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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 February 1914

CRICKET. • The iocals will journey to Green ; dale on Saturday. Their team, will | consist of:— ! Y. V. Mogg, Rev. P. E. Lewin, S. : Lay, Piers Kelly, Jas. Kennedy, M. , O'Hghir, J. Ccoper, E. Walters, W. | Rickard, Dr Blaubabm, J. Han j iithan, R. Inglis.

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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Angling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 February 1914

Angling Notes. . The monthly meeting of the Ballan Anglers' Club was held oji Tuesday last, the following being present:— Dr Blaubautn (president), Messrs E. G. , Lay, A. Gibson, Jus. Kennedy, Alb. Lay, A. Berry, and T. Garry, hun : secretary. Mr E. G. Lay stated that he had removed 103 yoang trout from ■hal low holes to deep water. It was decided to award a prize of 10/G for the best trout caught during the month of February. The Secrat&ry was instructed t< obtain information with regard to : supply of trout for restocking. Last week Mr and Mrs Claytoi Kennedy grassed three nice trout, weighing *4Jibs, ij-lbs, and 3lbs pectively. Another fish, landed bf Mr C. G. Kennedy, weighed 5Jlbi. These were caught in Pykt's Creik weir, and the bait used, we are toil, was mud-eye. :

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The Ballan Times. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. BALLAN, THURSDAY, FEB. 5, 1914 Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 February 1914

! Mlis Ballan JitimES. ! PUBLISHED EV'BUT TUL'iiStiAT. Ballax, Thchspay, Fed. 5, 191-1 Local and Gerjeral News. ' Tenders for various Shire works are advertised in this issue. The monthly meeting of the Bac chus 'Marsh Shire Council will be held on Monday next. Mr Patrick Kierce, an old-time trainer and jockey, and brother of Mrs M. Carty, form'ei'ly of Ballan, 1 died at Ballarat daring the week'.' At the Ballarat cattle market on Tnesday, a consignment of nine bal lock», owned by Mr Y. V. Mogg, of Emly Park, sold to £12/7/8, and av eraged £11/10/ (top price and aver age for the market.) The selling agents were Messrs Coles & Pallnm, I for whom Mr 10. T. Jjay is the local } ager.r, A Pleasant Sunday Afternoon will take place at the "Rock Springs on Sunday next. Addresses will be de livered by Messrs D. C. McGrath, B. J. Hogan, M.L.A., and Jas. Scullin. A large attendance is expected to hear the. views of these pop alar Labor men on current phases of political life. Proceedin...

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Hunter's Death in Bear Trap. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 February 1914

Hunter's Death in Bear Trap. J In the wilds of Isew Mexico a hnn ter has met with a terrible death by j being caught iu bis own bear trap, I where, after a grim fight against »tar | vation for many days, Ke was de 1 vonrcd by the wild animals he had | sought to captare. Th» hunter was ' Mr Heury Severton, a wealthy re : tired mining magnate, of Denver. A . few days ago a party qf kcmt»rs ; stumbled across the remains of a man ! lying iu the snow. Closer investiga- \ I tion showed that his two arms were i i caught in a bear trap, and that he i had been unable to extricate himself, j Whi!6 it is certain that the banter : carried some food in his clothing, j which he was able to reach with the | iips of his fingers, the persons who I discovered the body believe, says the ; New York correspondent o£ the Daily ! Citizen, thai the man \yas forced to : eat the bait lis had bronght along for the traps. Shrabb«ry for several feet around had been knawed almost to ; the gronnd, and there wer» ...

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Ballan Bush Fire League. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 February 1914

Ballan Bush Fire League. The Hon. Secretary of the above | League desires to ncknpirl»dge thanks the following gon tli butionb fg', . the year ending 31st October, 1914: £ s : L. A. Fairbairn A. McLood Hamilton. \Y. J. Andrew A. Miller W.Shaw S. Hastie C. Kennedy J. Pearpoint A. Smith J. H. Walsh C. Fagg E. Lay J. Bence C. Ford ; T. Fagg ! R. Fagg ] FTaser Bros. ! T. Lidgett ! C. F. Myers j John Myers ! .Fas. Myers H. Gnppy T; G. D'Arev I A. T. Blake Jas. D'Arcy J. Shaw Mrs Rowett : B. Cleaver £13 15 6

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 February 1914

i I When the Bride Comes to Ballarat She should Cfui our Studio, and sit for her Bridal Portrait. There"? no deJav-'Tv? have every thing in rridiue*s--Brid a! rei!, B^qv.et. ^ reatli Buttonholes, etc.; four *7ell appointed dressing room?, electric fan? in stndio. We photograph in two positions, and sub init proof* iron; sicii . We Enlarge any Old or ...Faded Photographs... Seci that oli photo graph si father or Mother, &nd let us en large it. Satisfaction cnirantee-u. 12~x 10 20 xli 2 5s IJxl2 23x17 J0« Complete in ne~e5tstyls of mount and frame. RICHARDS & CO. — The Word Famed PHOTOGRAPHERS, STL'RT ST.. BALLARAT. J. C. DEaRDEN, Prop. I. GRIBBLE & CO., Tailors and Outfitters, 27 Sturt Street, Ballarat. ^4 Have now opened their orst ^ shipments of Sonne and ^ Summer Suiting. *iVr are Agents for the following well-known goods: Burberry Rainproof Cjat. Stetson American Hats. Dr Jac-zsr Sanitarv Woolle:: Cbtiuag. Telephone 139. The Ballarat Trustees .Executors an...

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A COOL SHADE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 February 1914

A COOL SHADE HOUSE. u uui[; t)}uu[d jo sjoao] 0} ojnsco[d aa -iuojS oaiS 4u Sui^saaa^u; ojoui ore viop.iuK oi[( ut B^ods aioj oju oJJqj, well constructed and nicely furnished Jiade or bush house. It is an inter esting place at all seasons, but panic-" ularly so during the hot summer months when growth is luxuriant, aud tho house affords a pleasant shade from the ileat of tho sun. In our climate, numbers ot plants that are difficult to grow in tho greenhouse, can be grown to perfection in a bush or shade house, for, in addition to the plants grown m pots or planted in the soil fpr per manently furnishing the house, it also provides a place wiiero pot plants caiz' be grown and established that are re quired ior indoor decoration; as well .i.i a place for wintering varieties that have been used outside during tho sum mer mouths. A shade house is easily constructed, and at little cost, unless, of course, ex pensive material is used. All that is required is a. reasonable amount ot shade ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 February 1914

MONEY to LEND ON EES2 FARMS DUNCANWELLER 67 queen stmelbourner

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Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 February 1914

Sunday Services. ! Presbyterian Church — Ballan, 11 j aud 7; Pentland Hills, 2.30—IJeT. E. J. I Welch. Bungeeliap, 11; Beremboke, 2.30 -.Mr W. H. Pail II. Church of England—-Ballan, 11 and ! Methodist Church—Sunday: Ballan— I Afternoon at 3—Mr'YTeir.

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EXPLAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 February 1914

EXPLAINED. Littlo Willie, whoso people are not very strict churchgoers, went to a ne« school, nnd the other boys cross-exam ined him, as boys will. "What church <lo you go to?" tliey demanded. "Well," answered Willie." '"I don t go to any church much, but tho Church of England is the ono I stay nwny I from." I

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 February 1914

In Memoriam. Wilhei-M.—Iti loving memory of niy dear mother, who pi.S-~ed irav on Feb. "ill. If 12. I I cannot .-ay. I will not say, i That .-lie is deaJ. she is just stray, i "With a ckeerv smile and a wave of the | ' Laud | She has wandered into the Unknown | Land, ' And left us dreaming. How very fair ; Thut land mast be, since she lingers 1 there. - i Think of her living on as dear | Tii ihe love of there as the love of here. Think of her still as the same, I say, She is not dead, she is far away. I The lips I once kissed are silent and cohl : The hands I once pressed are covered I with mould; ! The form that I loved is missing to-day, Gone is my dear mother, faded away. ; The days are dark and friends are few, 1 Ui:! mother, dear, how I long for you. ; Two years have passed, our hearts still i sore, : As time goes cr. I miss her more, ; Her loving smiie", her welcome face; | ' Kor.e can fill my mother's place. | rInserted bv her loving son, Frederick : H. U'ilhelm, of C.H.-C.H....

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TOO LATE. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 February 1914

TOO LATE. Willie, aged 4, ranio to liis mother and in great ecstasy exclaimed— "Oh, motlier! Ethel and Charlie find-, ed such a nico dead cat, an' they're going to have a funeral, an' can I go?" Permission was given, and when Willio returned, he was questioned as to tho outcome of the funeral. "They never had it at all." "And why not?" "Mother, wa« tie reply, "the cat vu too dead." I

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 February 1914

i TURF TOPICS. (By "Flemington.") | Tiiero ary again disquieting rumurs I in circulation regarding Wuiawa. Tut I brilliant Maiiaco iioraH sfioweu uum.i | takable signs ul soreness alter his wuik i ouo day last week, and uas not been i greatly exerted since, l'robably n i> j a renewal of an old trouble with one oi : tVulawa's front legs, wh.ch luui n* i origin nearly twelve months ago. Wnen Wolawa won the A.J.6. bt. Leger at Kondwiok Jnst autumn he w.ts praciie ally on three legs, and there has always been a doubt about mm mxicc. 11 in perhaps it is too soon to despair alto gether just yet. Wolawa may cc.m. to time again, but in the circumstances backers should await developments bo fore accepting any liability on his be half in connection with autumn events. Wry little was expected from the Victoria representatives at the Latin cvston meeting last week, consequent;} no one on tins, side was much disap pointed with tho results. Delphic man aged to win third money in ihe Lauu ce*to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 February 1914

Robert Purnell, AGENT, MELBOURNE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. CABBIES * SHTPPINa AGENT, 8T0BAGE JOB PBODDO^, FUBKIT0BE, ETC. * HOUSEHOLD /-^ f Coal EN*s. Coal Wattle Bark purchased in any quantities. Telephone, 1208. «/ MOOEABOOL 8TBEET. OKEMNfl SCKRECK'S POULTICE SCciRECK'S POULTICE an a'BK TUBF.RUVl.A R JOINT*, POi£ OWED aORES, ABSCESSES BOrtJS, OXRBUKCWS, J AS WHITLOW, *PSAJ3}//, BTJB.** AJTD BAD TJttS. AH OiMaUm -I/I u4 f/ji CUMBERLAND R01D, PAHCOI VAL1 (N11B C0«<im0.) * IN STUDYl.NCi YOUR DRESS, STUDY YOUR POCKET TOO 1 ! I Don't I'ay Higher Prices for Suits no Better than Minel I deal strictly for Cash, con sequently I have no bad debts for which von have to pav. I import all iny materials direct from tho manufacturer, and make all Suits 011 my own premises. I can give you a largo assortment of shades to ohooeo from in (fancy designs and the very blest Indigo D ye tweeds, worst eds, Vicunas, Twills, and the famous Geelong Serge SAC SUIT TO MEASURE. 35/- ' A large •ssori ment o...

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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. ABOUT PATENT LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 February 1914

QUESTIONS AND ANbWfcKS. All OUT l'AiK.NT LAW. •\Vheu patent speeilieatious are lodg ed, are 11 icy ato-ptcei [Ho Uoveiii incnt in that luruir ine answer by .tl i. Li. G. i'uiri u> this question is mat m sonio countries tliey are, and 111 iho.-e countries it is an illy inure important 'or iJic appli cant to have tilt* spec.lK-at.on properly wordi.il, lor it tt is not, lie may lo-e benefits otherwise. ob.-nnabie.—pernaps ho may lo.-e u loituue. In Ausirana, However, wnno a great many aro ac cepted as tiled, there ;'re amendments made to suit the examiners, uetore an acceptance is is»uni, m a lair pro portion oi tlio applicant. We now give luriher derails oi Aus tralian Pateut Law, 111 continuation 01 the matter on tlio subject m our pre vious issue, and as supplied by -Messrs. i'urri Co. ••Proceedings tor the insertion in a specitie.it ion oi a disclaimer, txtrreclio.i or explanation proposed by applicant may lie taken, ana siion alteration will be allowed if the specification as a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 February 1914

f L. A. Fairbairn and Co., .....in ih'n Comsnsnow Agents, B.u.r.xtf, Bicernis Marsh, ! ( A„D MKf.'BOUUNR. '• January • Monthly Market Reports. . __\y0 roiinrt having Hold our usual moiitlilv sale it our Bullnti yards .'"jniiunry 29lh. when we yarded 322 cattlo, 438 sheep, 21 pigs, and ^ tlio vnrdin" comprised fully 45 fat bullpcks and cows, including a draft lircd bui&cka from rngliston Estate. JJL'Iio demand for a!! classes of |j,titn>n' j prices wero fully equal to last month's best .rates. Thcro was ^*'!||itio'n for f|lt cattio, and steers o[ fattening ages sold readily. With the Jnoinp® „ n|j tjie slicep yvcre sold under the hammer, biddings for all licini! brisk and prices good, this being especially noticeabjo in the case rip"1"',® i or comeback breeding ewes. Pigs sold nt oxtremely high rates. j„][oclts, en to £10/5/ (a draft of 14 station-bred bullocks from Inglis ' to latter price, and averaged £9/10/); lightweight do do, £7/2/0 to !<v/15/ C7/7/0 to £7...

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Angling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 February 1914

Angling Notes. Yesterday, "Mr Jamea Konuedy. !aw{ed two 'find trout at Py Ice's Crefl.k weir. One weighed 41b loz, and the other 31b 15oz. Tho bait used was shrimp. Have a look at oar new sixpenoy line of writing puds—the 'best value ever offored. . The latest in stationery for tha ludieB—at ihe "Timet." office.

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 February 1914

Obituary. The death occurred tvt the Bulimic Hospital on Saturday of Jlr James Thomas Fallqn. son pf_ Mra and tho late Mr Patrick Gallon, of B.allan. "Deceased was 50 years of nge, and had been ailing for somo lime. Tho funeral took plaeo at the Bullan Kew Cemetery on Monday, the coflin beavers being Messrs M. O'Hehir, J H. Walsh, C. Ford, and J. Hishon. Service at the grave was conducted by the Itoy. Father Cusack, and Mr F. J. Mebrens carried out tho mortu ary arrangements.

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Cycling and Motor Notes. AUSTRALIAN AND ENGLISH. Dunlop Rubber Co. Ltd. Melbourne [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 February 1914

Cycling: and Motor Notes. AUSTRALIAN AND ENGLISH. Dunlop Rubbar Cj. Lt I • M <lbiu . Hide Dnnlop tyros—they ave thq best: The wonderful strides made in aviation have heen ,made manifest to handred'i of thousands of Victorians who recently had the pleasure of wit: nessing H. Hawker's spUndid flight* on his Sopwith biplane. In this con nection, few people realise the impor: taut part the Dutjlop tyre has plaved in the advance of aviation throughout the world, a yd how the resilient pneumatic tyred wheels enable the aeroplane to come to.earth with thu minimum of concussion, thus obviat ing the breakage of the delicate me chanism. But, after all, -Jt is only history repeating itself, and it is re markable what an influence the pneu matic tyre has had on the progress of locomotion. First of all,- in 1SS8, it made cycling possible; then, upon its resiliency and strength the automo bile industry—the greatest in the world—had its foundation; and now aviation makes its call on J. ...

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Ballan Bush Firs Leagus. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 February 1914

Ballan Bush FirsLeagus. The Hon. Secretary of the ubovQ League desires to acknowledge with thanks the fqllowinsj contributions for th'e year ending 31st October, 19 Li: £ s D A.nit previously acknoirloj F. H. Liusdcll Mrs Albert Miller C. G. Flack H. G. Elliott J. M. Grant "A- Friend" £16 7 Q

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