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SHE COULDN'T MEASURE IT. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 March 1914

If SHE "COULDN'T MEASURE IT. '.ai A " Mar.v," said Mrs Hume to her Irish domestic, " take this tape feud im'usure the width of your room i aju (foiiii,' to give you a newcnr* j.."f t In a few.ipinutcs Mary called " Mrs Hup'jc ! "" • " Vos, Mary." l' I can't measure it.'' 'vjiy'-pot y •'*" ■' :i " ;.'Y'be tupe jina iqn't long enousrf

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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The Ballan Times. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. BALLAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1914 Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 March 1914

Tlffte "Baiian MiniRS. fcbmphed bvbwr th1jksdat. Ballad, Thursday, 3Iabch 12, 1911 Local and General News. The committee of ths Ballan and Pentland Hills A. and P. Society will meet on Saturday, 21st inst. It is whispered that ducks are boiug shot at Pyke's creek reservoir. Shooting on prohibited waters means a hoary fine if canght. The Corricks gave a first class en tertainment at Ballan on Thursday last. There was a good audience, and all spent a pleasant evening. The concrete foot crossing at Frasers cornor was totally destroyed yesterday. It is peculiar that this The team representing the Ballan Fire Brigade at Bendigo, was defeated in the host practice for four men, by Swan Hill, in 21 3-5 sees. The event was won by Swan Hill. As a result of a fall from a Udder on Monday evening last, Mr R. Grant had his wounds dressed by Dr Blan baum yesterday, who ordered him to the Ballarat hospital. The Eight Hours' Committee an nounces elsewhere in this issue its 58th annual Art Union, in ...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 March 1914

Sunday Services. Presbyterian Churoli— Ballan, 11 and 7; ligerton, 3—Rev. E. J. Welch. Churuh oC England—Dalian. 11 and 7 Methodist. Cliurcl)—Sunday: Ballan— No sorvice.

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AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 March 1914

I AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. lio careful to havo the right percen tage of acid m tho milk for tlio parti cular kind of olteeso being io»do before :nldiiig the rannot. It is ulso im portant to-have, the milk at a »uit J~i4*lu rcuneting temperature, us upon »itjii'wHwo factors and the proportion of Added will depend the state of the rtraUVug curd. *»lio substance in whioh bac 'teriit .aAJprosent is heated to a high tompbKWuo tlloy turn to spores, and I iji ^thjJrTorm- retain their vitality for a ^.inj'wiig time. These spores cannot develop into bacteria until tho sub i>tauoo in which they are is at a fovnr iiblo temperature and contains a con siderable proportion of moisture. Tlio cream that has risen on tlio milk overnight must bo skimmed oft tiud warmed up to about IWdcg. 1)'. When the milk in tho vat has been warmed up the cream should bo added to it aud well stirred in. If tho mcuni is not first removed and warmed up it cannot bo got to mix thoroughly , with tho milk. : At the end of ...

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LIKED THE RING. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 March 1914

UKKO THTi KING. ,, L^-ass S^U 8* ^tM'CUc"vS rvnre vi^^u tJ «i» . quantuy o£ scernl morcban.

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 March 1914

TURF TOPICS. (By "Kluminglon.") H is to be regretted Unit the recent y.il.O. Autumn meeting was not free Juum those objectionable features which ^ervo to sicken tho truo sportsman. In one race in particular at least two dar ing "shunts" wero perpetrated without, any action being taken by the stewards. Ojio of those "pulls" was so glaring that it is most astonishing that it was missed by tho authorities, Probably this horse will come out somewhere di rectly and win, heavily backed. Then peopJo will be hoard asking, u What wnk Ito doing at Klcminginni"' Tfc was a great chance for tho "stipendiaries" to strihb a telling blow, hut thoy miss ed it. Aloro's the pity, for while those things are allowed to go unchal lenged, tho "tricksters" will tnko heart and keep on doing it. So far as tho juveniles that onmc uu der reviow at the recent campaign arc concerned, it was a easo of Woorak an easy first. That, however, Woorak is really as far in front of Traquotto sis tho Autuinu form would ind...

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IMMURED IN A STONE CELL FOR 23 YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 March 1914

iMMJittO IN A STONE CELl FOR 23 YEARS. —*— ' At a farm, situated Hoar the Mis souri ftivor. In the Unites States. a young limn, 20 years old, was kept immured in a stone cell whore h<3 had liccu kept over since ho was born "Both in mind and body lie was found tf> be fur less developed than any common domestic animal. He had no idea that it was wrong to hurt or 1:111 any human being or ari iuiitl. He had no idea It was wrong to steal or take anything that pleased him. In short he hod no moral sense, even his physical senses were largely undeveloped When a lighted candle was shown him he uttered a childish cry of de light and seized the flame with his fingers. It was some time before he realized that it pained him and then he pulled his hand away. He did 'not understand in the least why it "purned him ' He could hardly walk and could j ;iot run at all, whw he attempted to do so he fell down. He had an unconquerable aversion td sitting OB a chair. Ho insisted on 'sprawlin...

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

Harrison, San Miguel . | risov. i/n>., I CORK MERCHANTS, | AND SUPPLY HOUSE) FOB— Brewers, Aerated Water Manufacture?, Hotel Keepers, Bakers, end Refreshment Rooms. Correspondence Invited on All -Articles used In the above trades. Note Address— 304 FLINDERS STREET, MELBOURNE.

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EFFECTIVE SHEEP DIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 March 1914

EFFECTIVE SHEEP DIPPING. The chief iuspootor of slock in Soutli Australia points out that "there is abundant proof that only poisonous powder dips effectually destroy vermin, and give a reasonable period of protec tion from re-infection. It is the boast of many that they have put largo num bers of sheep through tiio dipping baths at a rapid rate. Such a method oi dipping must be condemned as wasteful aud ineffetive, becauso sheep dipped in I this manner soon heoome reinfected. Owners must abandon the hurry->kurry method, and see that sheep are soaked for not less than one minuto. All must Tealiso that carbolic dipping fluids will not destroy lice or aitord any iant iii<r protection agianst re-iufection. The aunual loss to owners who have nec lected to keep their Hocks clean bns Heen immeuse." A man's eliaraeter lies in his hand shako and the thing lie laughs at. Another woman's stare is_ her crown ing glory. Most people in Iwvc net ns if it wero a delightful torture. R...

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

, Mrs? doctuis fiom goodness of bcarl treat iou>« t.iscs without expectation of payment, bat did jrou over kn.'-.v of a doctor who returned'feci wbeo b« failed to cutc I The Union Manufacturing Oxsv pi")' Ritarameo to returniVrtTlfiU-^mount pttd If Wright's Rheum »ti* yJJxlfncdy C»n«dUa rtitr, *?»»«•: /of/cur,' jwir th»Mu»/(fijJr^(icutic«, nndJ.J. matter cf rgiM.cie have beftfi oaJy thrt^nstaiu'c? in jye^ycars in which tb« refund w.v, chimed If you sc»J to ?f/9 Elitabeth SttMt, Melliouriic, the company «il! cive you full pti ticuhrs acid a copy of the IcimII) binding gtur&ntu ithey issue with tho rcmeJy The prtc« b otdy 5/fj foi a full month's treatment, that is oft«o sufficient lo cute * severe >nd longsuntfiog | "A Perfect Skimmer' In otiicr words a Monoy-Saver every timo used.—Such is tho report of 41 prominent Butter Factory on tkt> VEGA SEPARATOR. and tho Best _<jf Recommendations. Buyers in all diroqtions endorse this report, and voluntarily* testif...

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

INSURE WITH THE PHtENIX ASSURANCE €0 LIMITED. KOK FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS LIABILITY, WORKERS' COMPEN- { . . . SATION INSURANCE. . . . | ACTIVE AGENTS WANT EI J j WHERE NOT RGHtE.SEN'TEl). I Pull Pai'tiuiiliir.s on application to DALGETY $ CO. LTD., MELBOURNE. j (Managers for Vietoria.) |

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PEOPLE WE ALL LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 March 1914

PKOPLE WK AhL 1,0 Vh. 'i'lio guy who smokes (i cigarette in a telephone booth. Tile giddy young gum cliewor who raves about the hero-whle the play is in progress. ; The mveot critic who can't play "J I nine, Sweet Jfomo" on the piano with one finger.1 TIig literary expert who can't write. The man who'yoines along with a Jo<j Miller mnsterpieoe and says: "Here's a now one I liqjrd yesterday." Tins lodge brother who wants to make all the speeches. The man who calls you by your first name when ho Ins known you only, two minutes, •

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NEW WIRELESS WONDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 March 1914

NEW WIRELESS WONDERS. j Tiic "wireless cunip«iss'' or dileetiun linder, marks almost as groat a fete}) ' lorward in the iuu era of navigation , iu tho discovery oi the ordinary com pass did in the old. An ollicial ai Marconi House sialcil recently that there were two u«)s in which the new invention wouid be oi great use. Sup posing i hut a euigo ship bad broken down and was udru't in mki-oeeaii. It, owing to cloudy or leggy weather, sun, moon, and stars had not bef.'n visible "for two or throe day*, tbo captain would.not know exactly where ho was. Ho could not loll by wireless to 'any would-bo rcsew?r precisely iu whioli direction to steam. But it a ship iitted with a direction liuder cuuie along then blie would be able to lind out where tho vessel in distress was in relation to herscil, and so bo able to j race to the rosette, so Jong as .she re ceived .signals. 'tho second principal use i'or tiio tinder was tluyt of discover ing a .ship's position with regard to any coa.sL station...

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[?]cchus Marsh Shire Council. ORDINARY MEETING. MONDAY, 9TH MARCH, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 March 1914

KCW S iJ^STshlrc Council. I ordinary meeting. Ihoxpat, 9"! Mamh, 1914. 2 2 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 »_-Cm -T. Watson (presi ffl'. chair), W- Grant Mol'tou Vp'|Iine, M. R. Grcerio, D. , „ Jf. K- Cai», J. T. flurnip, fl'illc! P- P01'06" 'J President ititrocluced Mi-Tyors J been appointed Slme scoro d engineer. Hp had no doubt t -n the course of tuna, Mr lyors become bettor acquainted with il0„.-Mr Tjova thanked the Joillors for tho honor conferred Sim. Esoin'eei's Report. Engineer, Mr D. A. Little, , sported as follows:— a. daymen have beon engaged ^iog °at ordinary maiutenuuce tritoblo Vote—This -is now duo, |lie following amounts wore paid £ : S D ftoarneiHospital ... 6 6 0 urolent Asylum ... 6 6 0 • ill Vincent's Hospital j2 0 9e for "Blind .... j | 0 j4 Dumb Asylum 2 2 0 ,iEar Hospital ... 2 2 0 lie Sisters' of the Poor 2 2 0 IJron's Hospital ... Si?t aeu's ii £34 13 ,i motion of Cm Greene and Wells icha'rity yoto was passed for pny it. ■ ' ■ ' Correspondence, ,..m M. M. Muir, Coimadai Park,...

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COURTING AND SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 March 1914

COURTING AND SCIENCE. "Yes," wiiil this young man, as lie threw himself at. tho feet of the pretty school-teaolicr, "X love you, and would go to tho world's end for you 1" "You could not go to the end of the world for nie, James. The world, or the earth, as it is cailcd, is round like a ball, slightly flattened at the poles. Ono or the first lessons in the element ary geography is devoted to the shape of the globe. You must have studied it when you were a boy." "Of course I did; but—" "And it is no longer a theory. Cir cum-navigators have established that fact." "I know; but what I meant was that I would do anything to please you. All, llinerva! If you knew tho aching void—" "There is 110 such thing as a void, .Tallies 1 Naturo abhors a vacuum; but. .admitting that there could be such a thing, how could tho void you speak of bo a void, if there was an ache in it?" "T meant to say that my life will be lonely without you—thifl you are my daily, thought and my nightly dream: | 1 would ...

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

HBflSS32-g£ "A Perfect Ski miner ——In otner words a Money-Savor ©very time used.—Sucix is the report of a prominent Butter Factory on the VEGA SEPARATOR. and the Best of Recommendations. Buyers in all directions endorse this report, ami voluntarily testify to the high-class linisii and simplicity of our machmei,_ which lias quickly jumped into the foremost po-:ton. Ko otiier Separator is to-day ; eagerly sought after. The Quality, coupled with our Prices, represent the BEST VALUE IN ADS TKAJJlA. P II I C E S' 12 Gall. £3 15 0 55 Gali. £10 10 0 28 Gall. 7 0 0 80 Gall. 15 15 0 Energetic Commission Agents Wanted. Write DEPARTMENT "K." Buckeye Harvester Co ■ 44 to 52 FRANCIS ST, MELBOOR-iK Oil the day we meet him again lie was in the streets thinking- how with the few shillings he possessed to place many miles between him and the polio? who wero upon his track. Alas! that no mirror revealed to liim his destiny that mght, or warned him from the doom into which he uncon sciously hurried 1...

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ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXVII. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 March 1914

ON GOLDEN WINGS <By W. HoweLl I'oote.) CHAPTER XXVII. illiUE PITYING HEAVliN JTKOWNS ^ly punishment is greater than 1 can Gear. | "Death through internal injuries re- ! ceived, and accelerated by misadven- j tiiro." j Such was the decision of the inquest, and Sir Laurence Adair was buried with all tho pomp and ceremony thai befitted him. ! The cortege at his. funeral include;! delegates from every home and family that lie had known. • j So perished a noble lord and knightly | gentleman, loved in death as he Was j loved in life; one of the few who could i look the wide world in tho face an say, "I am no man's enemy." "Ah, how tho poor will miss him. granny," sighed a dashing, rough, though handsome sailur, as he h"i tUu«irail hand of an old woman in Iii--. great brawny list, his head erect. Ins noble neck exposed. "Yes," sighed the fe-b!e woman, looking proudly in liis lace, "lie Ita' been very good to me— good to \t.ii. dearie. Hark to'tl they are singing at the gate agai...

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

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

£1,000 PRIZES. £1,000 Melbourne Eight Hours Art Union Acknowledged to be the most genuine . of all the Art Unions evor held. 68th Year. 53th Year. AS POPULAR AS EVER. The Great Event of the Year, 58th Anniversary Eight Hours' Day. .Gband Fetk, Bazaab, & Abt Union In aid of the Charities (town & country) Exhibition Buildings, Melbourne, Monday, 27th April (Eight Hours' Day). Public and Bank Holiday. EIQHT HOURS* ART UNION, 100 Prizes, value £1,000. Works of Art by Australian Artists. 1st Prize, Oil Painting, Value £500. 2nd Prize, Oil Painting, Value £100. 3rd Prize, Oil Painting, Value £50. And 97 other prizes ranging in value from £20. ; NOTE.—The Committee are purchas ing and paying for the pictures the am ounts at which they are valued as above stated. In order, however, to fully satis fy the Public and Subscribers of the bona fidos of the Art Union, and that, in their opinions, .the Pictures are worth these prices, the Committee offers (if ap plied to within one ...

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WATER REQUIREMENTS IN PLANTS. (W. C. Palmer, Agri. Editor, N. D[?]. Agri. College.) [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 19 March 1914

WATER REQUIREMENTS IN PLANTS. l*iV. O, -Pubudly A&ri.-Etlifeot, N.kDvic..— . Agri. College.) j Different crops require different; am ounts of water. Thc^u amounts ah>o vary for eaeh crop under different cii uiutio conditions. A knowledge, of theso water requirements the dilfor ent crops may m a measure aervo as a guide in selecting the oucs best adapt ed 10 certain sections. Briggs and »Shaut of the Buroau oi' Plant industry, Washington, D.C., huvo carried on in vestigations in the water requirements oi different crops at Akron, Colo., and al Amarillo and Dalhart, Texas, in 11UU iind 1U11. The results of these experiments aro given in Bulletin Xo. 264, Bureau of Plant Industry. The average of these experiments aro as fol lows:—Pound* water required to pro duce a pouud of dry matter (whole plant) —millet 275, >orghum 306, pig w.-ed 275, tumblo weed 277-, Itussian thistle 330. corn 300, sugar beet 377. rape -Ml, potatoes -118, wheat 507, bur ley 530, buckwheat 076, oats ...

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