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MONEY-MAKING BY PATENTS. SOME NEW INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 February 1914

UONEY-MAKING BY PATENTS. SOME NEW INVENTIONS. A plough of a a ingenious descrip tion is niotor driven, and lias shares which vibrate, The patentee in Eu rope wishes to find a licencee in Aus tralia. Ho (JI. L. A. Hubert, of Thryes, Aube, France), considers the invention valuable for this country, and has authorised Messrs. G. G. Turri <fc Co. to ascertain what usu of tjio invention is desired by any ono in the Commonwealth. Tho patent is No. 22780 of 190S, and any person interested may obtain further particu lars from the firm of G. G. Turri & Co., of tho Rialto, 499 Collins street, Melbourne, by whom correspondence is invited. Who can produce a useful invent/ou in ono or other of tho following direc tions, and however simple, saleablo when patented? Theso .ire ideos that appeal to tho respective inventors men tioned:— A burner for weeds, and to cut grass away to mako tracks.—A. N. aud J. H. Jlellor, South Australia. Another wiro strainer — H. F. Humfrey, Now Zeal...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 February 1914

The Leviathan .. Make. It YOUR Store. THE LEVIATHAN, by means of its wonderful HAIL ORDER J System, deals with the Country Consumer at long range. Don't think that because you live many miles from Melbourne, you will not be treated fairly. Not so. No matter how far away you are if j Freight is paid to your door on every you ORDER BY MAIL you will re- Order. You can return any goods ceive the same goods AT THEl you don't like, anything unsuitable, SAME PRICES, and the same privi- and you will receive every penny of leges as City customers. _ ' your money back by return post. jWrite forvour Catalog. TAILORING BY MAIL SAC SUITS TO ORDER. — — WHAT YOU PAY. 52 6 WHAT YOU GET The Suit we make you MUST please you— MUST fit you—otherwise you MUST not pay. Simply -write for patterns—^homo measurement form and tape. Select your material. Post Your Order; within 10 days the mail bringB you your Suit. If it • does not send it back; your money will be returned in full. " > Isn't that Fair f ,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 February 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 February 1914

J. L. FURNESS, SUROEON DENTIST, 322 Stiirt St., BALLARAT. (Near Lester's Hotel). May be consults^ &t GURXEY'S COFFER PALACE on 1st & 3rd Saturday in E?ich Month. Ballan Jockey Club. A UTCTMJt" MEETING. Friday, March 37th. Ilandicapper —Mr W. A. Fitgate. Club Pays FULL Freight On Starvm noi winning a race. Radius, 70 tailoa. handicap Hurdle Raw, cf £15, about 2 wiles— Num.. 10s; accapt., 5s. Trial Handicap, of £10. 5 furlongs. For hora?a that have n*vor u\>*» a raco exceeding the value of £10 on th»« 1)Lit. Ss; actf^pt., Jyj. Ballan Handicap, of £15, 6 furlongs. Nom., 10«; accept., 5s. Handicap Jumpers' Flat Race, of £10, IH miles. Kotu., 5a; uco*rt., 5s. Mtn., 8-7. Farewell Handicap, of£l5. 5 furlongs. Winner of Ballan Handicap to carry 71b penalty. *Nom„ 10s; acopt.. 5s. Werribee Handicap, of £15. I mile. Non^., lOe; accopt., 5e. * Entries close: March 16. V.H.C. ruU'rt. Colors at tim«v of entry., Mr John McPhail will resist :r bookmaker* for the cl»b. Winner of ...

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The Secret of a Long Life. DR ARBUTENOT LANE'S EXPERIMENTS WITH PARAFFIN OIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 February 1914

Ths Secret oi a Long Ufa. dr Aiibuthnot lake's bxpsrimeki3 . \ma-pafsam:< Oil. Ever since men began to think at all, thero lias beau a never-audiof search for something that would put off the hoar of death or banish it al together. The searchers huvo been divided into two classes; thoso who sought to oxlcnd life bv improving upon Nature, and those who sought to find out Nature's laws and apply them. The first class embraces all those old philosophers who searched for the "Elixir of Life," and all mod ora qunuk.s who a no ounce that they have found it. The second class con sists of a, band of scientists in alt parts of the .poi-ld whose combined work is actually laying bare Nature's secrets, one by one, for the benefit and happiness of mankind. Ia Life for March ia given the story of the work of one such scien tist—a story so interesting aud un usual thftfc 5ve - quote a generous ex tract:— . Dr Lane, of "Goy's." "Guy's" is the groat hospital -of London, and Sir Arbuthnot,...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 February 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (Bj "Ruaticus.") The possibilities of poultry 011 tUo farm ore not generally ; realised. That class of livo stock is mostly, regarded as being beneath the notice of the or dinary farmer. Hb regards it as fit only for tho attention of women. But on tho farms in wheat areas particular ly, where it 19 possible to raise cheap food in plenty tor tho feathered stock, it is worth whilo to give .serious con sideration to bomo fact® and figures. One million sterling represents tho yearly production of poultry uud eggs in Viotoria. It loolcfe a! largo amount, but no fear uood be entertained^ ot over-produotion. Lust year Groat Britain imported over £8,000,000 worth of eggs, which can bo exported from this State when at their lowest price, aud ho lauded in tho overseas market at a timo when tliey bring the best value. Jiggs in shell and in pulp or tho value of £30,000 wero exported from Victoria in 1913; this notwith standing tho fact that high prices ru - ed both for poultry...

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Cycling and Motor Notes. AUSTRALIAN AND ENGLISH. Dunlop Rubber [?] Melbourne Ride Dunlop tyres—they are the best. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 February 1914

I . "."Cycling anJ Motor Notes. !• AUSTRALIAN' AND ENGLISH. ;Dunb;> Ttabbir 3). Jit 1 » M jlbunii'} Rid# Daiilop tyres—thoy are tka best. . It will surprise many motorists j to Isurn that in high speed uutorao J mible racing it has been found advis able to liitlauce the motor wheel to compensate the weight of tno air valve. Considering that the weight of on air valve complete is only from 5oi. to 8Joz, it would ba thought that such a small difference would not hat'G much effect in the balance of a heavy oar wheel and tyro. But it has, and the affect is such that many of the crack drivers have an equal weight to tho vrilve now fitted on the opposite side of tho wheel to over come the centrifugal energy developed by the rapid motion of the unbalanc ed valve. It has been ascertained that on a car racing at Brooklands at a speed .of over two miles a mi cute that the ceutrifagal force exerted by ati unbalanced valve is near 400 pounds. Again, at a speed of 70 miles an hour, a 7£oa val...

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MIC[?]OBE CRANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 February 1914

JSOS&ii MICROBE CRANKS. .JJvery *dv»in-c uf sclcnc.e brings A'ilh it iis qmjtn' of clmrkuttn.s, ' ,o;ncy to ro:n money oft tho crcilu)-' }>ty of th* nt>»-ftt:U*nUfit: public, aa *wclJ as lis c/ar.t.s and weukiin^.t, t*i]mil<y. ignorant or imlf-cdunued, 'knowing just enough to make "them selves and every one else uncomfort able, and not enough to take sane Vnd stnsiiji.e view 3 of^the aituation. As an Illustration of the latter may be cite>l what are called ml* srDbe crunks, men who see in every whili of st«eet dust an epidemic, In every hotel towel an infection, in every piece oi paper pocney a lurk Jn*X thingcr. Some 000 species of microbes are known ; 450 cf theiii ars entirely aarmje*s, and the remaining 40 odd are likely to be harmful only under conditions ol the onimal system Javourable to their growth and do volo-j.inent, as, for instance, in the •A'eaktiedS duo to imperfect nourish ment, hunger, cold, alcuhciic In dulgence. physic?.! ^vearwi'.-ss a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 February 1914

Coming; Sales: L. A. Fnirbairn nnd Co. will conduct Monthly Sales as follows.— BALLAN: Thursday, Feb. 26th. BACCHUS MARSH: Thursday, Mar. 13th. Dugdale & Crebei% Barristers and Solicitors, Qukenhi.and Buil»i.vos, 81-HS Willum St., Meluouuse, onkpooh v'iOJi Uo&m.vs St. , \X 7r.LL attend at then1, office, flallin'' Vt on Wednesday of each \veijk and on Sale days; otherwise by'$ppcnntment. Trust- and other moneys to lenl at • ••■ • curr'ontriUis.- ' '

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OCCUPATIONS THAT KILL [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 February 1914

.OCCUPATIONS THAT KILL ! ! Some curious and suggestive (acts Concvrriing the occupations and cai ^inys most btviardous to human liio iiave tiy been published ■' It. Appeais that nothing has btyr. discovored or devised by the raeJk'iii JrntertiSty ' to lessen the perils at tending (eitain of the building trades, and the mortality rate a ■ Inong plumbeis, painters and glaz 'ie;s rs::.fi:ns, us eynr, very high the fciitu" Cause of disease being lead jnii onipg. numbers suffer espec ially from cancer, phthisis and jrhtumaUe fever. aiass-blov.ii.'g is another trade ln vfting too early deaUh, chiefly from the effects of breathing atmosphere laden with tiny particles oi glass. .Tees? enter the iungs and cause her piorrhaue and other serious troubles. • In mirror factories in addition to the dangers already mentioned, there is that of mercurial poisoning. .'This cis&dcns the sight, crumbles a tvjiythe jaws and ultimately kills Jong before death is due. Takers are especially liable t...

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Ballan Shire Roads. Deputation to the Minister. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 February 1914

Ballan Shire Roads. Deputation to the Minister. - On Thursday last, Mr Ei J. Hogan t*.<'*i, „ H«nnt-tvtioi\-aoil sisting o£ the president (Cr.Cainernn) Or Gascard, and Mi'1 Piers Kelly (en gineer), to the Minister for Works, to ask for a grant for various works in , the Shiro. ' Mr Hogan pointed out to tho Ministor that he could speak feelingly on the state of the roads in tho Ballun Shire, as he had lived there all his life. Although Ballau Shiva was vrprking on a 1/3 rate, the fact that about one quarter was taken up by Crown lands crippled the Sliire in carrying out road improvements. Ho had pleasure in introducing the [ deputation, who would give the Council's case in detail. Tho president (Cr Cameron) said tho Shire was in an unfortunate posi- j tion. A large area was Crowu lands, from which no revenue was received, j and the Shire sivtfeved severely from i floods. As an instance, the South Riding in one year had to expend the revenue of two years in building bridges...

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STR[?] SUICIDE IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 February 1914

STP4EPP SUISSE IN PARIS. .The Parte police arc investigating the circumstances connected with the «a<\ ^nd* romantic tragedy pi which the victim-is apparently an English woman of position. * Jt Poems that a young lady des cribed as very beautiiul and of die iuigutfchcd bearing, but very sad :Jcukingf arrived at the St..,Lazare Hotel. Ciifc gave; the name of OlgQ. f-enies, her age as 25, and her na tionality pia English, and stated thi't she had .come to Paris from Strp.sburg. from the moment of j Jier arrival she kept her own room almost continually. She was obser 'ved carrying flower® to her room. At midnight one of the men servants of the hotel, while making his cus tomary round in order to make p(irii that all was right, heard two olver shots. He forced the door :>i the mysterious guest's room and -jiouiid the lady * lying dead shot twice through the heart. : She was clad in a rosft-colourea dressing-gown and: she lay upon a p(*ap of beautiful' Sowers. In the pre-pt...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 February 1914

RIFLE SHOOTING. The local riflemen had a good trip to Stawoll this wcok end. Leaving by the express on Friday -evening, they arrived at their, destination about midnight. Saturday dawned a • Mistering hot day, with bush fires 'everywhere, and rifle slutting under these conditions was anything but pleasant. The match proved an easy thing for the Stawell hoys, who scored 743 to Ballan's 666. The conditions were 14 men aside, 10 to count, 7 shots at 200 and 10 at 500 yards. •The winners shot very consistently, averaging 74 3 per wun, bat Andrew Bros, and Elliott were tho only ones to show any form for Ballan. The team (with the exception of two, who spent tho Sabbath in Stawell) ar .rived homo by the express on Sunday morning, well tsatisfied with their oating. Scores:— STAWELL. ' JTame ' 200 500 Total 6. Kny 3? 46 70 <!• Fitzpatrick &i 47 78 E. HintJ 31 46 77 W. Edgerton 29 47 76 il. Wood 80 ■10 76 C. Aebi 33 •13 75 W. Howell 20 <11 73 —. Pota 23 43 71 P....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 February 1914

I I When the Bride Conres to Ballaidt She should call at our Studio, anil sit for her Bridal Poi'trait,, There's, no dclay-fiye have et«jfv tiling in reaclihes5--Brid ' al veil,'-Bouquet, Wreath" J Buttonholes, etc.; four ' . well 'appointed dressing rooms,. electric fans in studio. ~ We photograph in tiro positions, and sub mit proofs from each.., We Enlarge any Old or ...Faded Photographs... Send that old photo graph o£ Father or Mother, and let us en largo it. Satisfaction guaranteed. fliio of Size of PhotJ M«u^t Price M2x SO 20X 16 25s 15*12 t23x 17^304 Complete in newest style •of mount and Jrair.e. RICHARDS & GO. The Word Famed PHOTOGRAPHERS, STURT ST., BALLARAT. J. C. DEARDEN, Prop. W. GRIBBLE k CO;, Tailors and Outfitters, 27 Sturt Street, Ballarat. ^ Hare now opened their first shipments of Spring and Summer Suitings. We are Agents for the following well-known gqods: Burberry Rainproof Coat. Stetson American Hats. L)r Jaeger Sanitary Woollen Clothing. Telephone 139....

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Sporting News. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 February 1914

Sporting News. I CRICKET. for tome time past the Ballan j VtftflM have boon trying to arrange njjioh witii one of the Bacchus i/,rih tenuis. Tho Trinity having 'jjga^omoiit for Saturday last, tbe; ■uaU'socured tho opportunity of ij«v V, fl g:tme in Maddingiey Park. Usir'opponents won Lliu Bacchus I Jj/jrih district premiership last year, l(atj hai't) a mortgage on tho honor Ifor the present season. Thoy were Ijjajidorably handicapped in the con Ittit wider notice by tho absence of Ifai'rb.ink, their crack player, and thu Ijjdoulited champion of tlie competi tions. It was a hot day, the niorcnry ^oiling tho century, and tho smoke Ih3t rose from the bush fires in tho Dividing linage could bo plainly noun from the ymndntand. This stand is j it«oi(ie(! improvement to tho Park wi must be a groat acquisition j,, lis football season. It. was arranged r fhnt p'ay'ahouW coaso at 7 o'clock, that tho time should bo eannlh' yjmM bocwce,.. t Urns oapilllll won uuc (G■ ■ the vis'101'3 '^'10 batsm...

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CAMP COOKERY. SOME SIMPLE DISHES. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 February 1914

CAMP COOKERY. SOME SIMPLE DISHES. IVIien camping, there is usually no dilliculty in procuring excellent eggs, butter, milk and oream. To theso, tlio amatour who doubts his or her capabilities as a chef adds tinned meats of all descriptions, reinforced by mut ton chops or steaks from tho villas" butcher, which are usually tough, and what tlio camper out fishes or slioois, should Yod or gun bo tlio object of tlio holiday. Tliis simple furo. delightful at tin1 beginning, invariably palls at tlio cud. Eggs", cold tongue, and pressed or corn beef at least become monotonous. Willi 'a-spirit Etna, or, better still, a small camp stovo,- hen ted by oil or other methods, a. good deal of variety may be obtained without much knowledgo of oookcry. Tho following dishes aro composed mainly of eggs. Tomato Eggs.—lfemove the outer skin of an onion and trim it. Mince it, and slico lialf a pound of tomatoes. Melt some butter tho'aizo of a walnut, in a frying pan, and when it ceases to froth, stir in t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 February 1914

'TtHE babies' frier,jj_ '■ And' mothers' /rfr.nc; g •flit Ion. "<-5( remedy for i fCCth(11 fr cllildfcr.. g icr relieving j fevtinsfiiii'.'.s, ficlfulnt'ss, I r constipation, and pre-1 venting conv-jfslor Contain no morphia. I Iff, Afcsofufciy wfc for (he I yo«n£«t Good /or older cfiiJdrra too. MOwbIsm. 15. per Ptcktf. iBanhofHustvalia # SYDNEY hiinoinv " OPFIOS Of general BANKING BUSINESS «t '""rABl-E BUILDING, COLLINr, STREET, MELBOURNE ranbcrra, Adelaide, I'erlh, Jlobart, llm'ane, Uo<:khnniiilon, Tov-"*vllIe, »n(i London, mil drafts drj— "" " •edit issued to i, tc"*; .nuni approved eccurltl#*. SAVINGS ' BANK DEPARTMENT rlan Control Office: 317 COLONS STREET, MELBOURNE. yict0 bore and 2,000 A*»«Bl®tt at I'oM. Ortlces throoKhout the Commonw«»Uh, *i3t,!8 from 1/- to £300. Interest at. 3% per annum. ^|tWr^/a'0 m*y 1,C "1Rrf8 ' rancl1 or •AK«r|C^. within the Commonwealth iiy of U\- world. BilU nejjotUtea . ... o' every dMerlptfon translated within the Common, ml ...

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SUBTLE CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 February 1914

SU1ITLK CRITICISM. The .small boy stood in front of the dazzling light of tho cheap theatre with a yellow dog under his arm. Evidently ho wanted lo get 111, and tlio sight of a well-dressed and apparently prosper ous man on tlio stops gavo hixn an idea. "'Aru you tho manager of tho show?'1 asked tho boy. It turned out that he had guessed correctly, and tho' lad continued: "X want to sco tho show, but I haven't got tho money. I'll toll you what .I'll do. I'll givo you this dog if you'll let mo in." Tlio manager's heart molted. Ho remembered that ho too had boon a boy. _ i 1 "You may go iu," ho said, " but j never mind about giving 1110 tho dog. Tjiko the dog along with you." | 'l'lie lad wont m with the yellow dog I under his coat. Alter tho perfoini ' aneo the manager was still staudiug in front, and happened to see the urchin eonio out. "Well, sonny," ho remarked, "how did yn» like tho show?'' i "Oh, pretty well," ho said; "but I I'm glad I didn't have to givo you the dog." 1 f ■ F...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 February 1914

| MARKETS. I I Wheat.—Off*.'rings were again insig i nificant, and llio market retained its : lirmnoss, aotual business being of trif ; ling volume from Jack of supplies. For '■ grain in siding storo 3/7i was quoted, < would-be buyers at that figure boing numerous. For lots delivered along side 3/8 was asked. ; Flour.—The oilieial minimum quota tion .is stationary at £8/15/ per ton for bakers' lots delivered. Oats.—The demand is almost exclu sively for the bolter gmdus. Primo milling Algerian was quoted at 1/9 to l/9i..j:ates for feed, sorts ranging from 7T/B' io'lfSl. - ■ j - Harey.—Transactions have been on j a Urinlcd scale. Malting English is j obtainable at 3/5, and up to 2/3 is I mentioned for Capo of primo quality. Maize.—Buyers generally are disin clined to operate, and the market lacks nmmnliim. There is practically no demand from tho north. Sales at 3/101. Bran and Pollard.—Tho ollioial quo tation for both offals is £4/15/ per ton of '.1000 lb. delivered. 0.lion...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 February 1914

h PiiMtO Q&\!0 « ralwtft 0/5yd For Years He Worked in Wet Ground, Kidney cPaha and cCerrib'c 2>ac£ac/ie. Clements Tonio Cared This letter was writ'eu from Tub^»l Station. VU Young, N.S W., Aug . J5/J1. Mr. WUe ,iu» tb«i writer, stronilv recommends all miners to u.*« this niediclu?, because It Is such 4 poweriwl nerve and W;>od purifier that Jt counteracts the ili*eOecUof underground coaoucrocut and bad air upo:> the aystein. After reading tliia letter, get Clements Tonic and keep Wealthy CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., -As a miner hr years I worked io vtt froand, tad now ft is tiling 00 a% ** for I suffer with cay Ipdaays and backache aad loss 0I appetite. "Doctors U Yoanf told oe I tad hydatids, tad said aa operation might be aecesury. Tbeir atediciae did me 00 food. | resolved tfiiail it. I was so «sed ap ! coold sot walk (at, without & spell. ! trisd all axdicinti, sod pill*, mj lift las beta a taysery to me, ontii 1 tried CUauaU Took. Tb# tint • and second bottjea ...

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