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TELEGRAPHIC PRINTING. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 January 1915

TELEfiRAFHIS PRINTING. There has just been invented an in~ Atrumcnl that telegraphs and prints at the same time. This system is called octoplex typographic tele graphy, and it is claimed that this system wilj enable twenty operators to send I8,0u0 words an hour, through a 3int'.U» wire. The despatching instrument is of th«) typewriter form, and to tele graph any letter it is only necessary to depress a single "key. The re ceiving instrument prints the mes sage on n sheet of paper, and this can be immediately detached and forwarded to iis proper destination. ;

Publication Title: Ballan Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 January 1915

.Sunday Services. Presbyterian Church — Ballan, 11 and 7; Egerton, 3—Kev. E. J. Welcli. • Church of England—Ballan, 11 and 7 . Methodist Church—Sunday: Ballan— >To service.

Publication Title: Ballan Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DIAMOND DIGGING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 January 1915

DIAMOND DIGGING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Tho mention of diamonds generally blinds up to most people visions of Somh Af'ricn, and the penalities in flicted on one in that-country should au uncut stone he found in his pos session. The king of Reins however, exists in various parts of the world ; and elsewhere the luw in relation to monopolies is not so hard, although in ltruzil. whore there are large tracts of diamond country, other circumstances combine to give the diamond hunter a warm time. Tn and near the township of Inver ell, in the New Kay-land district of New South Wales, the mining for diamonds is now a regular industry, j and although the proved ground in 1 the; immediate vicinity of the town , is now hold on lease by several syn- 1 dica\.es. (Hmiiomls of first water have been found in tho creeks which fe«*d the Gwydor and Macintre rivers in the heart of the great mountain ranges. The sj-ndicatos, too, instead of mo nopolising the entire industry, are really a blessing to the ind...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 January 1915

The Good Samaritan JUST IN dTIMB >1/f BRONCHITIS CURE The Grandest Remedy for COUGHS and COLDS A dose or two U generally sufficient KEEP A BOTTLE IN THE HOUSE SOLD by all CHEMISTS and STORES rootoids For Constipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, Headache, Indigestion. Delightful Family Medicine

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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THE REARING OF CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 January 1915

THE REARING OF CALVES. There ar*» satisfactory indications among dairy farmers that they are uow inclining more towards the breeding ot their own stock in place of the old hap hazard svstem of having to go into the general market to keep up their herd*. In response to inquiries for ealf rrarhig information, that given here with has bceu compiled from inter views with men who are acknowledged to be successful. One of these in giv ing us noios t»f his experience, says the calf is a greedy animal, and that is why there i? often a great temptation to give it more than it can properly handle. Over-feeding is submitted as one of the main reasons why so many fail in raising good calves on separator milk. Calves from 3 to 5 weeks of age will consume from 10 to 1- lb. of milk dailv; from f> to S weeks old, 11 to 1<» lb. daily; and from 3 mouths old. from IS to -0* lb. The skim milk should he always warm and sweet. It is im possible lo rear good calves on separa tor milk that is...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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OPIUM TRADE SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 January 1915

OPIUM TR/iDE SUICIDE/ I " j ! The Indian Government determined ; In. l89'W;*i that the area of eulttva- [ tion of opium shonl«l be fixed as far j as possible to produce 31,000 chests ' per annum. This is a somewhat ! higher standard than that of tha | seven preceding years. j The net opium revenue has fallen ! from £<».P77,P!p in ISSp-00 to j £2,(57-1,8^8, in the fiov ernment cannot. therefore be hel-i to. have broken any pledges not to un duly increase the production. The real reason for the diminution ; is admitted to be the increased mil tivntiou of the poppy in China ; yet Britain is accused of poisoning : ; China. The hi^h Chinese ufiicials said to deplore the havoc beiii{.j i wrought in China by opium. It is a : fact, lu>\v«*u-i\ tr.at many of these : , would-be hum:. u'. ■ arian mandarins : | are themselves extensive cultivators j i of opium, and wish by every means ; in their power to stop the importa ; tion of Indian opium, so thai they ' may have the monopoly...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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SWIMMING. TEACH YOUR CHILDREN TO SWIM SOME INSTRUCTIONS OF VALUE. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 January 1915

' SWIMMING. TKAUIL VOL' 1! OIIILUHION TO SWIM SUM 10 IXSTKirCTlONS OF VALl'K. The present is an opportune lor sonic i>istiin-1ions on swimming. Dur ing the Christmas and N'tsw Vcar holi dava a halt' dozen or more persons have lost their lives through drowning. The coroner (l)r. Colo.) in summing up two eases of drowning at the Morgue on Saturdav, said that he thought it should be a"part ot' every person's cilli gation to be taught Mviminiug. I'ar -hould :ils--t> see that this was ilone, 'for it «'a: an excellent summer anmse i-.eiit. The Coroner went on to say •I think that it should lie made compulsory, anil yet the sense of the ,.,>nple ought tn show how valuable it is." The art iele below gives t'vii! direction". how to teai-h one's self to swim. No Australian lad worthy »f hi.' name should allow himself to icach the ago of t"U without being able to swim, if is, indeed, a reproach to our Knipire when the cubs of the nation whieh I ulos the waves should bo in danger of dr...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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ON A TRAMWAY CAR. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 January 1915

ON A TRAMWAY GAR, • I " Hear that tupping under the [ ! ttu* ? " asked the conductor the; ( ! other day. J hail heard it ( writes ! Captain Cuttle )—a low, monoton-: ! otis, bumping, exceedingly disturbing 1 noise to the contemplative tempera ; mont. | "That." continued the man with ' the bell-punch rheeriuliy. "is a flat ! wheel, a thing which "ivvs even more [trouble on railways than it does on 'trams. A iVw months aj-o inn »iriv i l«r of this ti\uu probably had to stop ; very suddenly and he put on the brakes with such force as to lock 1 this particular wi.vel. It slid along [ for a few yards on one point of its j 'circumference bf'ore the car came to i a stand-still. ;:;:d this gave it a j minute flat spare. j j "Of course it would have been just 1 as good as ever except for the fact, that since th«-n, every time the ' brakes haw hern put on it. has stop ped at th.it. p-iiii, gradually wear ing larger, until now it stops at every revolution for a fraction of a second, as it come...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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HUMUS IN THE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 January 1915

HUMUS IN THE ORCHARD. It is '■ V- dry soasous liko tho present thnt UH' Ixnelits of liumus in the toil are mosli S'pparent. when tile ground is getting just a little too hard loi cultivati'-r, with the dust mulch threat ening tn '•» clod mulch, and a very tliiu out "t that, it is a treat to feel tho maehi.'te sink into a patch oi soft mellow P.T1, winch works up like the proverbial asli bed, and gives eviUenco of inoiiflstored below. And it is not on I. ' lie teamster who appreciates it; the I'iirsos know tlie difference, ami it is tes f 'j one that the trees in that spot ■■-Instronger growth and have greener iiraves and bettor fruit than those in 'he hard patches. This is tho elfe'j of humus. Humus it is that lioVls the water like a sponge, keeps thv mineral particles of tlie soil from rui'ii'ng together liko a cake, and forms a rentable medium for tho growth of benefi»inl bacteria—the "life" of tho soil. Nmnus, wo know, is organic matter i'i .process ol decay; it has boon alive, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 January 1915

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. bolsgin PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 235 YEARS MAGNIER'S Pure French Grape "BRANDY Cognac The Original House of STEWART, Edinburgh Founded 1779. A STRAIGHT TIP " DRitfK STiiWAiVTS I wart's Whisky I'liRPBTUAL CAU:NI!AK Pt'\CII.-CASl:' ,uy. ,w, *11 fiuioj lougly die. The Perpetual Cileodir i> v«y bioJv. A ; fcrnil* »* »*t ihe £r»i v1 lit wpoth it* lb«H ll' 2* "1-^ INSURE WITH THE LIMITED. FOR FIRE. ACCIDENT, EMPLOY EES' LIABILITY, WORK ERS COMPENSATION IX SI: PAX CI'.. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED Willi RE A'OT REPRESENTED FULL PARTICULARS n;i. application to— DALGETY S CO. LTD., MELBOURNE. (Managers for Victoria). 3CHRECK S POULTICE. SCHRECO POULTICE. Can Cure TUliKRCULAK JUi.N'Th I'UlSuSKlf SOUKS, A-IWCESSEh' BOILS, CARii I-N C L KS. JAR WiilTUUV. SPRAINS, iiljiiXS AND BAD LKGS. .Vll Chemi.-,ts—1, 6 a ml a. ti. Cumberland Road. Pascoe Vale. (Near Coburg). A QliiRT OF GOOD INK FOR NINE PENCE Mm Q*kj quickly dryiag iperniaeBt W...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 January 1915

Fn/E RULES FOi? FORTUNE 1. Cultivate mid perfect y<nn dea.». Experiment. The world is eager fur sciiiutliing lie a-. which. however .-impl' it may lie. will «ave labor, nr exppnie. or do things better. Let it Ik- more convenient. or promote pleat-me tviltiro waste. I'eople who handle tilings in every day use are the natural inventors of better things, anu tin natural capitalist!, of to morrow. liead Hie spleulid adveo that IMisi.n gives. l.enrn :he procedure as.to pa tenting in the chief countries,—then *ecnr« your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patentee. 2. If that workman or foreman, or . your ingenious Iriend has produced a clover invention put him on the trails of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. 1''. Town-end, an editor, says of the "Inventors' Guide," "I am re commending it strongly to friends. H>;st of the kind 1 ,.ave seen. It should do a lot of good. It is an iucentivc telling him where he can obtain the "In vrulers' Guide." 3. Tor yourself ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 January 1915

A TON OF CHAFF for TWOPENCE This is the Cost of Cutting a Ton of Chaff with a— BRUCE &RTGLIM MOTOR ENGINE. STARTS ON BENZINE. RUNS on KEROSENE. The Most Economical Running Engine on Earth (or a- y U'hero else). Two Sizes 4-h.p. & 8 h.p. Stationary & i'ortablc). ■xinv O Hil'Pl nor Er.gi.;c-.:rs& Windmill Makers, V JVjL OC M L-L.UKLava STUi:i£T. \Varkn.'..mi!(:(j LIVE STOCK INSURANCE ALL CLASSES OP STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM any cause. FOALING RISKS—: COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO l-'OAL AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THEKE AKTEK. RATES LOWEST CURRENT. CLAIMS I'RO.MPTl.Y PAID. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. DALC-ETY~©"C0., LTD.77fELBOl)RN£. Send 9d ;n stamps for * largo Free trial bottia of the life-giving Vitadatio c. e. miller! AND CO.. The FURNITURE REMOVERS & STORERS. 317 COLLINS STRKET. MELBOURNE. 'Pbone> .0278—927U. Large number V«us <;oustautly travelling country; we want bark louding. Write us. If railing, consign...

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The Ballan Times. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. BALLAN, THURSDYA, JAN. 14, 1915 Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 January 1915

Mfre Bail an Mimes. PCBLISIIKD EVRRT TlllfKfiDAT. . Ballax, Thursday, Jak. 14, 1915 Local and General News. Life for Jn.nuu.vy is a -wondei Evilly full, bright, and informative issue of that always good magazine, and con tains some extra special war articles. The annual meetiug of subscribers to the Ballan Mechanics' Institute will be held on Tuesday, January 2Gih, at S p.m. The Ballan-Ballarat- train will re sume running about the time the schools re-open—at the beginning of February. There is just a chance that the train will leave Ballan about 6.50 a.m., and arrive at Ballarat about' 8.40. . - — Marchant's Royal Pictures will be shown in the Ballan Hall 011 Monday night next. Those pictures are well known locally, and a first-class show is always provided. The star item on this occasion is "The Empire's Call to Arms." Mr Eric Silling, who is woll known to the residents of this district, has takon over tho bootmaking business until recently conductcd by Mr A. Bull. He hopes, by st...

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An Unsinkable Ship. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 21 January 1915

An Unsinkable Ship. Mr Caino, of Trapp, Llandilo,< Car marthenshire) a rotired sea captain of many years' exporienco, 1ms con structed and patcutod a model ship, the principle of which is such that he claims it to bo an absolute impos sibility for a vessel so built to bo sunk in any oircumstances. He con tends that the present straight-sided ship can novei' bo of sulTlciont buoy ancy to support the extra weight of water which enters her interior after an accident. His model is built on an entirely differont plan. Tho ship has con cavo sides. There are several bulk heads extending athwart from the port to starboard sides, but the prin ciple by reason of which unsilkability is claimed is in a watertight belt running the whole length of the deck. This bolt is divided into many separ ate watertight compartments, and these givo the ship the necessary buoyancy to counter-balance the ex tra burden of a flooded interior, no matter how severoly the vessel is ripped below tho water...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 21 January 1915

Support Local Industry. . Bring Your BOOTS for Repairs to ERIC SILLING, BALLAN. (Next Chambers' lied House.) MY. MOTTO: "Promptness and Good Workmanship." Try Our Rtpairi, ami You Will Aro/. Go Ehnwhcre.

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Richards & Co[?] New Exhibit. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 21 January 1915

•Richards & CoJs New Exhibit. Ono of the events eagerly awaited by the art loving community of Bal larat each Xmas is undoubtedly tho opportunity to inspect the very latest and best in art portraiture, which is given by the famous firm of Richards and Co., the proprietor of which (Mr | Dearden) has never failed to present all the new ideas known to the pho tographic profession. This prodigi ous new show embodies a number of new departures. The public all over the world is educated up to a stand ard, undreamt of yeais ago, of appre ciation of artistic effects, and demand something more each year. A glance at this latest production of Richards & Co. shows, that its standard has moved up to the last minute. Charm ing posing, skilful lighting, and . happy, pleasing, and lifelike expres sions forming the keynote of this dis play. A charming effect is gained in the new shadow pictures of young girls in white against a white ground, with the natural shadow o£ the sitter thr...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 21 January 1915

CRICKET. A combined team from the District and Greendale clubs will play the University students ut present camp ed at Greendale. The match will take place on the Greendale ground on Saturday next, Cr Hamilton will ontertain both teams to lunch at the Med way hotel.

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 21 January 1915

RIFLE SHOOTING. Practicing at the local range on Saturday last, E. Coker put on a "possible"—8 shots at 400 yards. There was nothing lucky about the performance, as the shoot-ist used a rifle eutirely new to him, and all the shots were well within the black.

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WHEN THE GERMANS INVADE. BY A BELGIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 21 January 1915

WHEN THE GERMANS INVADE. BY A BELGIAN. The writor has just returned from a tour through tlio provinco of Naintir, m Southern Belgium. Tho following description shows the terrible state of alrnirs prevalont in these unhappy dis tricts, winch have been for the Inst two and a half im,„ths under the heel of Prussia. Some of tho writer's facts ave unfit for publication. The province of Nanuir lias suffered probably as much as, if not moro than, any of the othor eight Belgian provin ces. Many arc the villages entirely fc'irnt t 1 <ground. principally in the environs of Dinatit,. It is truly a sad and pitiful experience to " go through the stricken countryside, so rich and prosporous three short mouths ago. 'ho fields arc bare and deserted. Xo cuttle are loft in the pastures; they have practically all been killed or sent to Germany, There are 110 horses at work in the fields. Almost every horse lias been Utkou away, and farci cal payment made to the 'farmers with the usual scrap...

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Sporting News. LAWN TENNIS. The singles tournament at the local court was continued during the week. Following are the results to date:— First Round. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 21 January 1915

Sporting News. ..LAWN" TENNIS. Tho singles tournament at tho looal court wi.b continued during tho week. Following are tho results ta cln.te:— First Round, Mr Wntts (owe 15, owe 30) beat Miss R|. Blake (sor., owe 15). 6—5, 6—4. Dr Blaubaum (owe 80, owe 40) beat Mr Allez (sor., vcc. 15). 6—3, 6—3. Mrs Ijyle (sor. and roc. 15) beat Mrs C. K&nnody (scr. and roc. 15). 6—3. 6—4. Miss E. Bluko (sor.) boat Miss O'Hallorau (roc. 30). 6—5. 6—3. Miss V. Lemckc (reo. 15) boat Miss AUoz. (sor.). 5—6. 6—5. 6—3. Mr Inglis (sor. and owe 15) beat Miss MoG'oppin (rec. 15 and 30) 6—0. 6—0. Mr Koiiy (sor. and owo 15) beat Miss Myers (reo. 30). ■ 6—-3.' 5—6. 6—1', Miss Lay (owe 15) beat Miss M. Lemcko (scr.) -6—2. 6—5. Mr Mogg (owe 40) beat Miss J. Shankland (scr. and roo. 15). 6—1. 6-0. ' 2nd Round. Mr Inglis boat Mr Kelly. 6—1. 6—0. 3rd Ronnd. Miss Lay v. Miss E. Blake. Miss V. Leiucke v. Mrs Lyle. Mr Watts v. Mr Mogg. Mr Inglis v. X)r Blaubaum.

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