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Ballan Races. The following weights have been declared for the Ballan races, to be held on Friday, 27th March:- HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

Ballan Races. The .following -weights hayo been declared for the Ballan races, .to be held on Friday, 27th'Mai'ch:— ljui{iDLE BACK. •15 Sovs. 2 miles. Black Native • '' ... "Zetes '■■■ ... Tho Miller ' / Tardius Calabash , • Terga .... Donald Wallace . " ( Black Native Donald VVallac# ^ ... The Miller , .... TRIAL HANDICAP 10 Sovs. ' 5'furlongs. Tonga Bean Castille Kate Howard - ... Kilmuir i... Brcakfoot Booran's Best •../ ... Sea W&rrior -j... | Hnalpl L. _ Jabrook . -' . j-: ... Highland Bello - j Hose Girl ... . Last Rnenalf ■■■• - ' Simpitrol Seascape ... • Corryong Galofara ^ Little Teecy Pearl Fisher ... Tasmatc ... , Marble Bar . ... Vospra Lady Asteria . .J, , Kate Howard Kilmnir -... Booran's Best ..... BALLAN HANDICAP. 15 Sovs. 6 farlongs. Brpokonw ' ... ' Prolapo Jack Crusoe Bonnie Colin ...'8 2 Braggart ;;A; v.: 7 J2 Bertha Maid ' 7 -'9 Philharmonic iV.' ' 7 0 Wotan • ■■■■•} a •sr -vr ..." <-> My Nance • 6 12 Active Lass " ... g 12 Bertha Maid 1 Ac...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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THE STONE WOMAN OF WINGEN. AN AUSTRALIAN NATURAL MARVEL. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

fHE STONE WOMAff OF WINGEN. AN AUSTRALIAN NATURAL MARVEL. Australia is rapidly becoming th« happy hunting-gr#und of Europear, in'4 'Anicricai) tour.tots. .c-spccjalij 'lho.W' animated by a spirit of ad-, venture.' JSacli State or the Com 111 on weal tii possesses its own scenit. characteristics and even virgin local ities which huve yet to be described. In New South Wales, lor instance, there are immense districts to be ex pired by lovers of the grandly beautiful in nature, the enthusiastic botanist, or the patient seeker after scientific fact. Among these is the reeion between Muswellbrook and the Liverpool Hanges. Although much of the country traversed by 'the line is of a level character, many 'picturesque spots are to be found Or W>ng the neighbouring hills while 'the region between Scone tuid Wink en iiossesses many features of mter est.to geologists and scientific men. '■ Xs Wingr.V, 10-utiles beyond Soo«» ■(. appAlicited a singular natural curiosity; becomes observable. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

A Simple Cure lor Indigestion. How a Reader Obtained ^Yonderfal and immediate Relief from an Oiditiary Antacid. Sufferers from indigestion will be interested in a letter by Mr H. Cud deford, 60 George street, Euston road, London, who, having suffered terribly from stomach trouble, quick ly cured himself by a simple remedy. Mr Gnddeford writes:—"I have suf fered trom indigestion ; and constipa tion for over five years, and it has been getting worse every year. For the last twelv* months I have suf fered dreadful pain. I have been at tending a doctor for $hree" yoars, but I got no bettor. I have also been attending Middlesex Hospital, still I got no better. Food I dare not touch and 1 began to get properly run down. I could not continue my work; I tried remedies of every kind, but of no use; in fact, I often wished myself dead. I was 'looking at a paper 0110 day and saw bisurated magnesia recommended for indiges tion and stomaoh troubles, so I thought I would try it. After tbs first f...

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GOOD USE FOR OLD MAGAZINES, [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

gOQD USE FOR OLD MAGAZINES, A clevor woman has devised & new use for old magazines. She doesn't bind them, for one reason, because of the bother pf keeping all the num bejis together—^someone's always bor rowing a number and forgetting to Return it and for another reason, be cause, as she says, 'while bound vol umes of magazine look well on a library shelf, nobody wants to read them. Her plan is thjo : As soon aa * magazine numlier'lms been read by all the family and is ready to be con signed to the oblivion of the lumber robin shelf, she takes possession of 5t. 'The' \yjre- that holds the leaves together is removed and the various articles are separated according to 'iubjects. J She has heavy envelopes marked V Verse " etc.. Every article is put I in the envelope when* it belong?, cording iu *H%^cft&3»ncftt7^L^Ana"'iii one c>VWlopc will be articles from four or five magazines. When a suf ficient number of articles—say & thousand—have accumulated in any on...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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Sporting News. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

Sporting News. CRICKET. The District cricketers tvied con clusions with ft local eleven on Satnr-1 day last, Italian batted first, and; ^oppiled vilmt they fondly thought' would bo easily a winning score, viz., 132, but after even,ts considerably upset their calculations. The princi pal run-gettors were O'Hehir, Rob bins, Blanbaum, Walters, and Bow lands. Kelly- and Inglis bore the brant pt tha bowling, and kept all tthe. batsmen quiet. The first few wickets of tho district men fell cheap ly, but ton ine advent of Kelly a change came over the scone. He started by hitting a "sixer," .and con tinuod in .a niost .confident manner.' His placing and running between the wickets were very good. Gradually tho runs camc, and* as the score mounted up tli# excitement started to grow. The barrackers, of whom a gflod number were present, began to find their voices, and their advice to the players was frequent and free. "Two bobs" and "dollarB" were betted on the result, and interest in the finis...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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WHAT IS A CHI[?]PODIST? [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

WHAT 1$ A fiHIBQPODIST? A(i\'rY- -• A couple of pitmen halted opposite a brass plate,.ilxod on the front dooi* of a hous? whereon 'was inscribed tho Word ^ ,C^|j;i>pp<JiHt ! " Hrmhrk&rt thb'one " Whal'o that?" 4 Why disiwnt" thoo krati'-w&tti' that jg ? riK'iiVnod ;the* othnr. ' " No. iia (li /yont. An riivvor'hard o' the tt'ord K VV'elJ then, na'l U^l'-tha—a chirruposist is a ehep Uii iif* canarita to whugtl* * " *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

I m D11 . to Ballarat. She should call our Studio, nnd sit ior her B.'idnl Portrait. Thoro s no delay—™ have every tiling in readiness—Britl nl Veil, Bouquet, Wreath, Buttonholes, "to.; four well appointed dressing rooms, olectrio fuu in the studio. Wo photograph in two positions, and sub mit proofs from each We Enlarge any Old or ..Faded PJiootgraps... Send that old photo graph of Father or Mother, arid'let us en inrge it. Satisfaction guaranteed. Site of 8I10 of photo Mount Pflc9. tlx 10 20 x 16 25s 15 x 12 23 k 13 30a Complete in newest style of mount and frame. (ICHARDS-& CO. The World-Famed PHOTOGRAPHERS, flURT STREET, BALLARAT. J. C. Dear<ten, Proprietor. I I. CRIBBLE & CO., Tailors and Outfitters, JJ Sturt Street, Etallarat. Have non- opened their first shipments of Spring and Summer Suitings. eare Agents for the following well-known goods: Burberry Rainproof Coat. Stetson American Hats. Dr Jaeger Sanitary Woollen Clothing. iiftpljoae 139. Saltan Jo...

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Ballan Police Court. YESTERDAY. [Before Messrs J. Gascard and A. W. Salter, J's.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

$allan Police Court. YESTERDAY. [Before Messrs J. G&scard ftnd A. W. Salter, a's.P.y R. Sliankland v. G. A. Shimman— Debt, £3/7/91. Order for amount, with 5/ costs.

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JOHNSON'S WATERLOO. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

JOHNSON'S WATERLOO. (Boing a ropriut from tho American "Jeweller," and takou from a booklot published bv tile "Sheldon Schools of Chicago.) There's a lot of talk about success in life printed nowadays; some of it is; pretty good, and X suppose it docs much iioml: a lot of you follows neeil considerable trimming, anyway. Hut, to my. liiiud, they don't any of them roach dowu to tho loot of tho matter like my first losson did. You follows talk about tho scarcity of goad mun; tell how you uro driven to secure fore moil that know 111010 than tho men they've got) to boss; how scarce super intendents are; how good salesmon are worth their weight in gold, and all that sort of thing. I suppose it on (nmrages some who aro already on tl'o right path, so thai they'll keep 011 im proving themselves n little; but it doesn't go to tlio root of tho matter. It doesn't start n crop of lively young sters who will all bo fit to take the places of us 'fellows with white hair or with 110 hair, like me. '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

rfigE an powers SjnBBSaOTBSB® 'rill! babies' friend— 1 and mothers'friend f © tno. Best remedy for teething children. Splenoid for relieving feverl'.hness, (rclfulncss, constipation, and pre venting Con vulsioni. Contain no morphia. Absolutely safe for the yoi/nfjest infant. Good lor older children too. All Cbemfst*. In. p»r Pae*»t. domntonwealtb JfeBanh 0f Huetralfa head OFFIOS SYDNEY -,uB»riklio|.«n(<ir»llo)»««ior GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS it EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLLIN8 8TREET, MELBOURNE Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, llrlabane, ftockbampton, Townsrllle, and IvCndon. n.ti1»rrinltl,ncM T' *nl!'ore|Sii l'lioes difeol. Foreign bllle aegotiated and Mlleote'l- '•'""I' 01 "f'.'f lf,1"d l2 I'"'01 tht wor)<«. Bill, negotiated or forwarded for collection. Rinkim and h\ctan|je nueintn of every deioriptlon tnnuoted within the Oommiin wealth. United lunsdoin ami abroad. Current accounta oprneil. Intereit paid on Oxad depoeite. idrinios made agalnet approved le...

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MANURING GRASS LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

MANURING GRASS LANDS. A crop of 11 tons of meadow liny pei acro contains on the average 4i>ib nitro gen, Glib, potash, and 12Jlb pho.-plione acid. Tlio question of appropriate manuring of grass lauds is complicated by the questions as to wliothei it is intended for permanent pasture, or to bo cut lor hay; aud whether grass and clover is to predominate. u may be stated generally that the proportion for clover is increased by tlio application of manures containing potash 'aud ph->s plioric acid, and diminished by tho ap plication of nitrogenous manures. Too heavy manuring of any kind( especially nitrogenous, tends to the [growth ol' . coarco grass. Manure.-. I cuiiiaia.ng lime siieli as plaster, ulno uroiuote llo growth of clovers. For guisi, tho best results were obtained by l/jivs and Gil bert in Kngland by tho application of mineral (superphosphate lind kaiuit), together with sulphate of ammonia. Heavy grass crops were obtained, to tho almost total exclusion of clovor. To pro...

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NECESSITY OF GRIT. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

NECESSITY OF GRIT. - One ul* the secrets of suoci>;tui poul try-keeping is to i'eed.tho birds so that thoy obtain nil the nourishment possible from their food, and this is accomplislt ik1 by giving them nmpJo supply of g...s, which is really hard awl sharp rr.d crushcd. (or broken ) flint or quartz answirs both requirements inure s.tcis factorily than any other material, as it lasts longer and does its work mc.:e thoroughly: than any othor. A supply ul" grit >hou!d. be kept ir. a trough ij] the rim for tho bires to l;-"p themselves to, and ouco a wrek a tea spoonful for each bird can be added to the soft food. This usually prevents the possibility of internal stoppage, but any slight derangement ii; this direction should be treated by giving e^ch, hen a teaspooni'ul of warmed castor oil two hours afterwards, and the Halo birds ■should have ra; her ""Tnore thai these quantities. The bottle containing the nii shoukl be placed in a basin of hot wster after removing tho cork, so t...

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Decentralisation. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

Decentralisation. To those wl.o watch affairs in v,V toria the present outlook indicai serious trouble ahead. Not 8i„Cn ' fenod of the groat land ZZ >i twenty-fire years ago has thoro bjl •uoh a congestion of the lif0 0f m" Stat, at the centW. Nbtw hsf r .ng all the ^vorari9ut US £a; - tempting to do for the country dt tricts the people are steadily loLll rutal for city industries. '/hg 2 ' 's sive irrigation schemes which were in do so much are not all tlm*, i. beon cracked up to be, and the mJnly laid out in them is not now worth twenty shilling, h, the pound. '' All this seoms quite natural who. one reflect* on the manner in Ji • C the whole State is run.by and for*? Halffiof th the "^°PU M*"»umeq ! Half of the population of the, State is grouped round the meeting plac0 of Parliament, and personal influence in still an important factor in our noli, tical life. The man on the spot a), ways has an advantage over the nm„ who is far away. This fact, together .with the indifference...

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CRICKET, [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

.CRICKET, ■ The District team to oppose Green, dale on Saturday will oonipriw^ Macphorson, "Mogg,' EjJmonston, i? glin, Kelly, Hyatt; Walters, Mveig Flack, Mnrsliall, Hamilton. Mr T Lidgott (president of tho Brconclald Club) has invited both teams to luiid! at "Highton" at 12.30.

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District News. GREENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

District News. [FKOM Our cobrehjpndetfts and '" Exchanges.] GREEN DALE. The Myvnicmg orioketoro visited hero on Saturday '.last, to ivy con clusions with the local t#am, the re sult being a very easy win for Groon dalo. The top scorers for the win? n«rs were .Tack and Jorry Wheliin, who compiled 51 and 43 respectively by good criclfet. For the visitors, I'axton topped the scoro with 25. : Rafreshmonts were provided by the local ladies. Scores: — GltEENDALIi. Jk. Wlielan, run o(it " ... 51 It. Lidgctt, b Wado 18 Jk, O'Shea, b Wado ... 9 A. Main, c and b Thorpe ... 4 G. Grafwm, b Thorpe ... 2.1 V. Peters,fc Tliorpe, I) Wade II Jer. Wlielan, b Thorpe ..." 43 W, Webster, b Thorpe ... 9. G. Allen, b Thprpe ... 12 A. White, c Wade, b Myers I W. Linsdell, not out 4 Sundries ... 10 Total . ■ 209 Bowling.-—Thorpe, 5-57; Mcehnn', 0-40 Wade, 3-61; Paxton, 0-10; Myers, 1-8. ^ MYENIGNG. ' Thorpe, c Linsdell, b Wlielan ... 0 Meehan, e Webster, b Wlielan ... 7 A. Cresswell, c Webster, b Main 20 H....

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Cycling and Motor Notes. AUSTRALIAN AND ENGLISH. Dunlop Rubber Co. Ltd. Melbourne [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

Cycling: and Wotor Notes. !T — AUSTavUiIf^ 4-STD ENGLISH. Ouufop Rufohar 0 >► Lt I., Mjlbouriio Rido Dunlop tyres— fchay- are tho best. The Wellington Gypling Club of Wellington, N.S.W., lias now secured third place in connection with the Dunlop 100 miles Relay Team Com petition, this club's toam of ten rid ers having carried a despatch over 100 milos in 4hrs 38min 54secs. This performance batters that, of the Bath urst Club, N.S.W., wht? previously, hold the third fastest record in the | test, by over two minutes! The in dividual rolays of ten miles were j covcred as follows:—' Name Miu See. Hoskius 25 21 IJooi •' 26 • 1 ■ • Gibson * 26 59 McConuell 27 23 Kellahaa ,27 :]Q Britt "r . 27 55 Cameron 27 59 O'Brien 28 4 Brown 23 26 Greon • 32 -§9, The first and second fastest times recorded- so far in tho competition I are:—4hrs 28mins 13 3-5seos by the Cobnrg Club, Melbourno; and 4hrs 34mins lsec . by tho North Suburban Olub, Perth. The test finishes up at | the end of April. The di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

An Easy Way to Renjove Super fluous Hajr, For t)ie benefit' of oar lady readers who goffer from the humiliating dis figurement of hair on face, lips or chin, we publish herewith a formula wjiich has the advantage of being simple and inevpcnsiva, as well a« marvellously effective.' It is not claimed by our informant that one application will permanently destroy the hair roots, bnt it is claimed, and the claims are born* out fyy actnal tests, that one application completely i«moT«B the hair, and its regular use, one or two days apart, will quickly and permanently destroy the hair root itself. If you have hair which you wish permanently removed, ask your chemiBt to mix 4j drams Pulverized Sulthine Concentrate with 2-'- drams Zinc Oxide, P.B., and J drarji of Powdered Qrris Root, and put in a wide mouth bottle. For use, mix a little of the powder into a paste on a plate by adding a few drops of water. Apply with a narrow knife blade and remove at the end of two minutes with the back of ...

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Ballan and Penttand Hills A. P. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

Ballan and Penttand Hills A. & P; Spciety. The njonfchly meeting of motnbars of committee was held on Saturday, the following being present:—Messrs Jas. Myers (president, in the chair), Jas. Bence, J. Hanson, J. T. Lorkin, P. Spencer, and F. J. Mehrens, ieoro tary. Correspondence. From W. H. Renwick, calling at tention to the fallacy of Protection, and bringing under notice'of the So ciety certain subjects in which action should be taken—Recoived. From Shire Secretary, Ballan, ask ing for particular! as to how the sljowgrounds are vested, in order that the ' matter can be put on a proper basis—It was pointed out that there were Trustees for the grounds, audit was decided to ascertain who repre sented the Society. From Donald District Pastnral and Agricultural Society, asking co-opera tion to have the rate allowed by tha Income Tax Commission for the sus tenance of employees and living ex penses of members of taxpapers' fam ily employed in the business in creased fronj 10/ to...

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The Ballan Times. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAT. BALLAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1914 Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

Miis Balian Mimes. rtJBMH5!SD KVrilT THJ/ilAOAT. tnunsdat, March 26, 1914 £ Local and General" News. Tenders for various Shire works are advertised in this issue. ' At the Newmarket sales on Tues day/ a 'draft of 100 xbred wethers, the property of Mr A. Stewart, of "Fair holia," Bunding, sold to 25/3, averag ing 24/6. Messrs L. A. Fairbairn and Co. in vite tenders for leasing the Mt. Hyde well portion of Mr S. Warhurst's property. Tenders close on Wednes day next, 1st April. Dogs with a taste for mutton (raw) are about again,'^nd afcoep-ovrners in close proximity to the town are Buf fering. ' ' The owners of these mar audert arp'known, and Bomk unpleas ant things are likely to happen. A good entry has been received for the'Ballan raceB, to bo hotd to-morrow (Friday, March 27th), and, with fav orable- weatbip, the meeting should prove a pleisant outing. A special train for the races will leave Ballaii at 12.30 p.m. The Eight Honrs' Committee an nounces elsewhere in this issue its 58t...

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Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

Sunday Services. Presbyterian Church — Ballan, 11 and 7; Pentland Hills, 2.30—Kev. IS. J. Welch. Buiigeelbip, 11; Beremboke, 2.30 —Mr AV". Cattach, Church of England—Ballan, 11 and Methodist Church—Sunday: Ballan— Afternoon at 3.—Mr AVier.

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