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LOOTING BY GERMANS. A FRENCHWOMAN'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 28 January 1915

LOOTING BY GERMANS. I A FRENCHWOMAN"'S STORY. j A French lady's experience of the • German invasion of France is given in I the following letter received by a cou sin in London. The letter is dated September 20th:— "At the time of the battle ol' the .Maine 1 was at Voisins (near Coulom miers), and from September 1st we saw thousands of English troops passing through the town. But on the oth, tith, and 7th there was tho horrible sight of Germans coming from the di rection of Meaux. Nearly all tho peo ple left hurriedly, except about thirty of «s. My sister Gabrielle, coming from Paris. had to stop at Marbs, and I had to walk here. She arrived at four j o'clock in the morning, after a six i hours' tramp, and found us both sew ing money in our corsets in case we [ should have to leave. The day be fore v.v burned a few things. '•Meanwhile the cannonade was rag ing, :»ud I do not think I shall ever for 1 get these fearful days. On Saturday. ; at about eight a.m., we went to Mad ] ame de ...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 28 January 1915

I Sunday Services. Presbyterian Church — Italian, 11 and 7; K^crton. 3—Rev. K. J. "Welch. Church of J2»glanil-r-J3ali:iP., 11 and Methodist Church—Sunday: Ballan—• No service.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 28 January 1915

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 28 January 1915

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WARSHIP'S 1,000 SHELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 28 January 1915

WARSHIP'S 1,000 SHELLS. A graphic description of the Trnfal gar Day bombardment of the Gorman position at Nieuport by the allied (loots was given to Renter's special corres pondent at Dover. The vessols were in continuous action for twelve hours, firing opening at six iu the morning, when the squadron wis •somo two miles off the shoro. The enemy's trenches were three miles inland, and the firing was inces sant;; one British vessel alone lired a thousand lyddite and shrapnel shells. The firing was so rapid that some of tho guns discharged fonrtcon projoi tiles a minute. So terrible was the re sult of the sqnadrou's fire that at til end of the day the whole coast for a distance of four miles from Nieuport to Westonde, which at the boginning oV the action was strongly hold by the, enemy, has been completely evacuated' and was a dense mass of black sinokc and flame.

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXXVI. UNDER A MASK. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 28 January 1915

THE MASTER PASSION. (By Lillian Ellerton). CHAPTER XXXVI. UNDER A MASK. , Duval ilid not return homo till the small hours, so wont to bed without having seen his wife the wholo day long. Tho next morning, as she did not appear, ho sent for her, after waiting till after twelve to see if she would come without. X.ouis came back to sny that madame had gone out, u.ui at the same time laid a letter on the table. "What is that/'' eyeing it with a frown. "A note from M. lo Marquis; it ar rived just now." "Tell madanie that I want to see her dircctly she comes in." Duval went oil painting, but his heart was not in his work, and lie I'onld not get tho lace 011 Hilda's dress to go to his satisfaction. After making several abortive efforts lie light ed his chibouque, and threw himself full length 011 the sofa. He was an noyed at having had to part with the Iphigeuia; but four thousand pounds was not a sum to bo repectcd, and Salo mons was a harmless little man, in whose possession it would soo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 28 January 1915

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 28 January 1915

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TIME TO CUT GREEN MAIZE. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 28 January 1915

TIME TO CUT GREEN MAIZE. This is a question thnt often crops up—when to cut maize for greatest feeding value. l'rof. .1. H. Sheppard, Dean of Agri culture, Xorth Dakota Agricultural College, says that the amount of dry matter in a maize iielil increases at al most a regular rate from the time of tasseling until fully ripe. In round numbers it is as follows:—When in silk it lias twice .-is much dry inattcf as when in tasse!. when in milk three times, when glazed four times, and when ripe live times as much us when in tassel. The digestihlo matter also increases as the maize matures, so that the increase in dry matter is even less than the increase in digestible matte?" per acre. With these facts in tniud one cannot be left in doubt as to the importance of allowing maizo to come as near ripe as possible before it is cut for fodder. It should not be left, however, after it is ripe for the leaves to be broken off bv the wind and the digostiblo matter bleached out by rain and dews. The c...

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ATROCITY STORIES NOT EXAGGERATED. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 28 January 1915

ATROCITY STORIES NOT EXAGGERATED. Mrs. Henry C'Jews, the wife of the well-known American hanker, returned lately to New York. She told the ship-news reporters that the stories of German atrocities in Belgium had not been exa^gcrarod. ami she herself had personally investigated a number, with the result that she found that half had not been told. It was a war, she said, ruthless beyond description, and the German?, far from trying to conceal their malpractices, opeulv defended them on the giound that the life of a Vrnssiun soldier in the present crisis was worth more than that of any civilian, t:o matter what age or sex. Mrs. Clews said there is a chance of people misunderstanding the alleged friendliness to Americans shown by the Germans:. She said that she and others were openly insulted in the I streets of Munich mauv a time. ''It is j not because the Germans love us so ! that they foregather at the railway stations and ctv 'Koch! Iloch!' whoa a trainload of American refugees pass...

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WHAT THE ENGLISH CENSOR PASSED. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 28 January 1915

WHAT THE ENGLISH CENSOR PASSED. The " Vorwarts," quotes a private letter received from a firemau of the Mainz. who was wouuded iu the naval battle near Heligoland, and is now a prisoner ot war at Chatham. The lot tor is brief and boars tht> stamp of censor ship of tlu' Assistant Provost Marshal of Thames and Medway Defences: It Miv.s, among other things:— 41 The reception ami thu treatment here is very <rooil. The most vivid im agination is child's play in comparison with what we experienced 011 August ihth. My address: Prisouer of War (follow details). Kail and victory to the Gennan arms! Yours . The "Vorwarts'' observes:— "The letter happily allows that tho prisoners of war in Kuglish hands suffer no want. . . . The TTU.wt remarkable thing, how ever. is tlint the English censor has passed the words, 'Hail and victory-to the German arms.' The broadmindod net-'s reflect- nil honour on the British authorities, and is calculated to streng then our confidence that, 011 th...

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FEEDING COWS ACCORDING TO THEIR YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 28 January 1915

FEEDING COWS ACCORDING TO THEIR YIELD. The recently introduced system of feeding dairy cows on a graduated 6cale according to the niensure or then milk-yielding capabilities, ongmojl> devised in Denmark, has been recon ing increasing attontion 011 the of progressive dairy farmers in tms country. This method, which marks tho 1fttest development iu tho practice of cow feeding, has much to iccoin mend it, for it is rational in pirnoiple, while easily carried out in practice. Its special merit consists in the fact that it promotes economy in feeding; Uv bringing the cost of the food ration into proper proportion with the return obtained. It is based upon the i>vin c'.p!o that tho extent to winch dany cows are able to respond to a nulK forcing diet by giving an euhanoeu yield, is dependent upon the degree ot development attained by then* ni''k" producing powers; that is to say, tne more fully a cow's inherent nulkuig capacity is developed. tho more call her milk secretion bo develo...

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BELGIUM'S WAR DOGS. VALUE OF THEIR WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 28 January 1915

BELGIUM'S WAR DOGS. VALUE OF THElli WORK. Convincing testimony to the useful ness of the Jog has been supplied by the campaign in Belgium, our brave Allies, employing large numbers for pulling machine guns anil accompany ing seutries on nocturnal duties. Curi ously enough, this form of traction has only been adopted within the last year or tiro, and only fifteen mouths a go a Belgian Service paper wrote approv ingly of the experiment, pointing out that, in addition to being docile and competent, the animals had become great favourites among the soldiers. •Among tlieir advantages it was men tioned that they move sileutly, with out apparent effort, over the roughest country, and that they arc practically invisibje a few hundred yards away. With striking prescieuce, the writer ob served that the military Great Danes would be called upon to play a particu larly effective and glorious'part, little realising probably how soon his words would become true. According to cor respondents, the ...

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Ballan Red Cross Society. Successful Concert and Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 28 January 1915

Ballan Red Cross Society.   Successful Concert and Ball. On Friday night last a concert and ball ,was held in the Ballan Mechanics hall, in aid of the funds of the   Ballan branch of the Red Cross Society The weather conditions were   favorable, and there was a splendid attendance of residents from all parts of the district. The hall was taste- fully decorated with flags, and presented a pleasing appearance. Mr.   Jas. H. Walsh occupied the chair, and in a few well-chosen remarks pointed out the excellent work being done by branches of the Red Cross Society throughout Australia. He said it was indeed a pleasure to preside at such a gathering, where all   had responded in so splendid a manner. He thanked them for the patriotic   way in which they had responded   and at the conclusion of the concert a hearty vote of thanks, which   was carried by acclamation, was con veyed to the pe...

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To Develop the Bust. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 4 February 1915

To Develop the Bust. * ' A simple, safe, and harmless way in which any lady, ho matter how thin or old, can increase hor bust de velopment from two to fivo inches in ; u few wooks is to take 20 grains of phormoid, a standard coucontratod „food product, just boforo each meal. LW convenience, it iB boat to ask your chemist to supply you with the stan dard phormoid tablets, whioh con tain 20 grains each. For a few shil ling* you can get enough to last you two weeks, during which time your bust should develop from one to two inches. Many ladios report fire inches development in four weeks, and at the same time marked im provement in tho general health. Phormoid is pleasant to the taste.

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Cycling and Motor Notes. AUSTRALIAN AND ENGLISH. Dunlop Rubber Co. Ltd., Melbourne [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 4 February 1915

Cycling and Motor Notes. AUSTRALIAN AND ENGLISH. Dunlop Rubber Co. Lt<t,. Molbourne Hide Dunlop tyres—they are the best. It is now compulsory for every class of vehicle, including handcarts, bicycles, et.c., to carry a rear red light in London streets at night. The now bye law is welcomed by London motorists, for sincc the reduction of brilliant lighting in the English capi tal, Hie difficulties of motoring have been considerably increased. An English motorist snggests that it -would be a good thing for motoring generally if an annual long-distance reliability contest could be organised in England, in which car designers should take the driver's point of view. Some of the leading English firms -who do a big business in Aus tralasia could even go further, and arrange for their engineering repre sentatives to take part in, say the Sydney-Melbourne test. Such an ex perience would touch English manu facturers more about Australian re quirements in one week than they would lea...

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Ballan Shire Council. ORDINARY MEETING. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 4 February 1915

Ballon Sliire Council. ORDINARY MEETING. ■Wednesday, I'kdroauy 3rd, 1915. Present:—Crs 0. Winter (presi dent, in tho chair), A. Stewart, S. (Jlurk, J. D. Ferguson, A. McLeod Hamilton, W. Cann, R. A. Ford, II. Ciiuioron, John Myers. RxniNKEIl'S Report. Mr Piors Kelly, C.E., roportod as follows:— I havo to report that I visited Bborhnrdt's placo at Morrisons, and do not think that he has any claim on tho council—Received. „ I inspooted tho bridge at Berom bokc. It is '10ft long and 15ft wide. The whole of the deck-requiros re newing, but thore is apparently uotli inrr wrong with the stringers—Dealt with by resolution. The grader has finished in the West riding for the tinio being. It is now in the Central riding—Receiv ed. The contractors for Bradslmw's creok bridge should finish this week.' Tho bridge will then bo open for traffic, but tho lost for passing will not be carried out for about six weeks —Received. I mado anothor inspection of the (Jolden Point bridge on Friday last, nnd ...

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Warning to Dyspeptics. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 4 February 1915

Warning to Dyspeptics.. Many interesting paragraphs have rceontly appeared in the press con cerning the remarkable antacid prop erties possessed by Bisurated Mag nesia, and thousands of people now regularly take half a teaapoonful of the preparation in a little water after their meals as a safeguard against indigestion, dyspepsia, heartburn, (latuloneo, etc. It appears, however, that in several instances other forms of magnesia, bearing similar names, have been used, often with very un pleasant results. To guard against ' dangerous substitution and ensure getting the genuine product as re commended by physicians, readers should ask their chemist distinctly for pure Bisurated Magnesia and in sist on being supplied in bottles hav ing the full name—Hisiiratcd Magnesia —blown in the glass. The latest in stationery for tho ladies—at the "Times" offico. With pen, ink, or paper you can be suited at the "Times" office, A new line of artistic stationery at the "Times" office — call and i' &a...

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LAWN TENNIS. 3rd Round. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 4 February 1915

LAWN TENNIS. 3rd Round. Miss V. Lemeke beat Mrs Lyle,. 6—1. 6—2. . Mr Inglis beat Dr Blaiibanm, 6—I 6—1. j Miss Lay v. Miss E. Blake. I Mr Watts v. Mr Mogg.

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NEWS SUMMARY [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 4 February 1915

NEWS SUMMARY ^ 's announced by tho New South \\iiles Government that tlio duelc shoot ing season will open as usual, on Jst 1'ebruary. Tlio result is that the Yic tonaii declaration oi a close season dur ing the whole year will,; along the border ,be of littlo avail. There are no lagoons on this side of the river, ami naturally tlio ducks, if there uro any, Kill remain in such puddles as they can find over the \b«"dor. .jl'he •lloini Lake.-, a fnvorite\li(BI»it u&JThe, wild lowl and sportsmeuV^ are voir much reduced in area, aniWh!>'g\ins;. from \ ictoria will no doubt on "MOTTTfti"? slaughter tlio ducks there. About -'00 workmen of dill'ereut kinds employe*! on the election of the now postal stores at the corner of Jlouftcc and Spencer streets have de cided to contribute £25 per week each per week) amongst them for the relief oi cases of distress caused bv Un employment. Mr J. Sheldon,' tho clerk ot works on the job, has been ap pointed treasurer of the fund, and any cas...

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