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

A PLAIN ROAD • TO FORTUNE, Haw Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee," X. Cultivate and porfect your ideas as to improvements and inventions, liiperimont. Tlio world is eager for something new, wliioli, however sim more convenient, or promote" pleasure or safety, or do away with faults, or reduco wasto. The person who got** public adoptiou of such au invention is on the road to wealth. He will cease to lie a servant; he becomes a proprietor. People who Iiandlo things in overy ilay use are tho uatural inventors ol better things, and the natural wipi talists of to-morrow. 'J. Study tho subject of patenting. Head tho splendid adviee that Edison gives. Learn tho procedure as to pa tenting in tbo chief countries, — tioii secure your own legal monopoly »■ your rights by becoming a patout-ee. 3. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend has produced a clover invention, put him on tho track about patents by telling him tvhore tio can obtain tho "Inventors' Guido," u book, tbe ...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

Reveals Complexion' Secret of the Spanish. Lady Tells How They Keep Their Youthful Complexions, Bvon at *_ Sixty. "As a young gti-1,** writes one of our readers, "i always had <t nice clear aud delicately tinted corapUxion but on reaching the age of thirty it changed completely. The chilly winter winds ani} rain made my skin rough and dry—my face used to burn and smart horribly after the slightest exposure to frost or cold. ' I felt very worried to see the dreadful change that was taking place.. About this time I want for a trip abroad, and while travelling in the south of Spain beca'mo iiitimato with an elderly Spanish lady. Knowing how prqud the Spanish girls aro qf tljeii; lovely skin, and hoping >lie could help me, I told her of my trouble. ;:She advised me to obtain two ounces of rose water one dram tincture of benzoin, and two ounces of ordinary flivvers of ox zoin from the chemist,j-.which, she said, I could mix myself,' and after shaking well, apply it with a s...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INDIAN COSTUMES. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

INDIAN COSTUMES. A loading modisto iu New York Is •jlying iii>ori old American Indian gar ••uiits lor her inspirations. She makes .in-skinned coats that aro embroidered • ith Indian inuliis. A blanket cui •roidcred ill the same nay composes n evening wrap. JOven tiio beiidod ■cud bauds of tlio tribes are pressed tto tho service, and are not at all uu ccomiiig I The costumes of tlio squaws, too, aro losely copied. Tim squaw know a ,<iod deal about colour. Tlio lmtuuer .1 which the girls and children wear .heir blankets is being adopted for ashionablo white chiffon datioa frocks, nd these aro worn with turquoises as ruaiucnts, and girdles with Indian rno ifs embroidered thereupon. The chief's coat and turban, the lea her thongs so much seeu on Indian garments, tho squaw's dross, the Blnck .not's skin shirt, and tlio Indian syin •uls for the "Morning Star," tho •Black Night," "The Haiti," " The r'rog,"and "Tho Dragon-ily," all these uo being adopted for modern nso by the ...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

t • ; RIFLE SHOOTING. Members should ; shoot their mus ketry bsfore the weather breaks per manently. A marker will be in at tendance erery Saturday, and on Wednesdays when required. Mem bers are requested to leave word at this office or the Mechanics' as to when^ they intend to go through the course.

Publication Title: Ballan Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 26 March 1914

£l,6op PR?|ES £1,000 Melbourne Eight Hours Art Union Acknowledged to be the n^ost genuine of all the Art Uuio'RS ever held. 58th. Year. 68th Year. AS POPULAR AS EVER. The Great Event of the Year, 58th Anniversary Eight Hours' Day. Giund Pete, 13.vz.iah, & Art Union In aid of the Charities (town & country) Exhibition Buildings, Melbourne, Monday, 27th April (Eight Hours' Day). Public and Bank Holiday. EMHT HOURS' ART UNION, ' 100 Prizes, value £1,000. ,Works of Art by Australian Artists. 1st Prize, Oil Painting, Value £509. M Prize, Oil Painting, Value £109. 3rd Prize, Oil Painting, Value £50.' And 97 other prizes ranging in valuo ■ " from £20. ■ ' . NOTE.—The Committee are purchas ing and for the pictures the am ounts lit'which they are valued as above slated. In order, however, lo fully satis fy' the Public and Subscribers of the bona fides of the Art Union, and that,-in their opinions, the Pictures are worth, these prices,- the Committee oCfeiS (If'ap plied to with...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE How Some Secured Success. "Become a Patent[?]." [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

A Pi. A IN HOAlj'l'O FOMTUNB ] Haw Some Secured Success. "Become a Pntcntm" | 1. Cultivate «nU perfoet your i'lons us to ( improvements and inventions. lOxporiment. Tho u-or/d us eager (or something now, wliioh, however sirn inino convenient, or promote pleasure or safety, or do away with faults, or rcduco waste. The i>Qi.xon who gobs public adoption of such an invention is on the road to wealth. Ho will cense to bo n servant; ho become* u proprietor. People who handle things in evory ■iay u:so are the natural inventor# of bettor tiling!, and the natural capi talists ot to-morrow. 2. Study tho subject of patenting. Itcad tiio splendid advioe that lOdison gives. Loarn tho procedure us to pa tenting ii-i tho chief countries, — (ujii secure your own legal monopoly o« your rights by becoming a pateutoo. [ «J. JI that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend lias produced ijfever invention, put liim on the track about patents by lolling him where ho can obtain the "Inventors' Guid...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REALLY DIPLOMATIC. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

lUiAf/LY DIPLOMATIC. jJlsi.v: "What do you moan by saying that iliuid is.'more or less pretty":"' Tom; "Woll, she's more pretty than most girls null less protty than you." John, a ratlier bnekwnrd lover, '-at J i/i 0110 end of tlio sofa, und his sweet- I lie-art at the other. Jiotli m'nds were no full to carry on conversation, but at la*t llio lady spoke: "John, what aro you thinking about?" .1 oim, awakened Irora his dreams, answered wit.li a drawl "Oli, just tlio same as you are," and was surprised to get the retort: "If you do I'll bo* your ear§."

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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A COLD IN THE HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

A COLD IN THE HEAD. \Yc often hear of a "going im ougu jiiio house," ami many peopiv. arc coiitoiit tu tajte i»o steps tocJicci; u."» pn.giv-*. i m v boo i;iic vici.m ai ^•r ajunJicr ftiir-juiiiM iu tnc iiiiecuoii, niKi CiUiiiiv aii.Hi uioir ovmi turn. At, .'itnii«ir,( c-u.d in ine litaii i* an uikc viouu lover ju>i a.s titpuuiia is, wiougu iurianately luiirli leas ^-'Vcre, anu a* a /uiy unaltei#Uv<i by any cumpt.cauuns. us eaii.-.e ii> noij ;.s a* iuimerjy sup po.?eu, •l.vih/ouic io uvsii air, or rum, ot tog, lor \»-orucra iii mountain ob*cr\a vox*i^ aco oituu exposed u> such comu Without any m UKeis. Tile un ..•niy is tvaily a m.urobe, oj* rather \.m. wu?> mn-robes, lor nunc oipitlheria, ior <-xampjr, is aiwav.s caus«xi by otto *pe .-»a. g«.«4m, a cm may be, bruugiit about • >y many totally d liferent Jroui vaeh outer. J here are predisposing ..*auu s in tin; case ol cvi u.n individual* .vim take cold more eas.!y than other.*, u uoiiid bo well ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

Harrison, San Miguel p*or. LtA. CORK MERCHANTS, AND SUPPLY HODSB FOB— Brewers, Aeratetf Wafer MMBfadnrt, Hotel deepen, Baker*, wad Refrafrment Reams. Correependence Invite* an M Articles used ta the afeeve tradee. Note Addr»s»— 304 FLINDERS STREET, MELBOOTME.

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ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXX. RAMO SAMEE IS OVERTHROWA. The scrpent beguned me, and I did eat. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

ON GOLDEN WINGS j ,B? W. HowoU Poole.) I (JJlAlTEit XXX. ilAAiO Js> Ow^.lUiOW.N. Tliu 5^1'i'Oiu beguiKil mt'j ;inU J. tUi . .1 ne mind ol Saville Adair or as n fiUouki bo Known now as Kumo bamcu - ^^5 hoi<icimg uii disci-action winM hi "i-eau, upon t.io evo.ung oi Wie iiuy-on H'ilioil iiicuarU itnmm..nu was put to uvaUi, tlut a eolucrum nad iKcn ob tained ilom tile prisoner by iho onip lam, wjucu, v.iKn aiuiioiiviciitij iroin the sm veihi'inv oi tlie potie-, pro. nuscd 10 reveal same criminal ;uru<.'U\ in wmeii ruber* wore .seriously inipbc.u ell. fcnouki no a\\a»t and -liivv ui teiior of \tn?i t'oliivsztuii, or nave rc course 10 instant 'light:' l«'or on tuo liistday oi ilicnaid Ham Monti's i:>cavc« rauou the h.ii»*<-a>te nau recejvtd' truin mm a p-r. mpioiy leuer. sohcu-ng mo. engagement ol a i:oun>e. •jii hi.- Oeiiaii, ana sinngeuuy urging liic wisdom oi hi?> compiianco, to wine.. lurciUi.* r. quest/ haif-ca^i-' insuuiU\ compiKd; no...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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THE MODERN BOY'S BOOK. LESS BLOOD AND MORE MACHINARY [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

THE MODERN BOY'S BOOK. l.tvSS 111,001) AXJJ MURK MACHIN ERY. A fascinating vet out-of-the-way il i lustration of tlio way tliq world has changed and is changing is tho boy's book, says all English writer. An acute writer has said that every boy from the ago whon he begins to talk is mainly occupied in imitating someone older than himself. Substan tially this is undoubtedly, true, and be cause of the truth underlying tho state ment, the hoy's literature must, in some measure, reflect tile ideals of tho elders ho is constantly emulating. Xmv, the boy's book to-day 1ms changed in a most remarkable manner. The subject matter lias completely al tered within 20 or 30 years. 'i'hirty years ago, the boy dwelt ill a world of romance—a world rapidly coining to an end with the advance of ilie mure ma terialistic conception of life then start ling tho vision of adults. The boy was >till concerned largely with Indians, cmvlioys, pirates, smugglers, highway men, and soldiers of fortune. JI is ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

r n © i n v l go rax i n ; * ano Sustaining Power Ms Is amply voriflea toy capable authorities-.

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SIMPLE DISHES FOR BACHELOR GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

SIMPLE DISHES FOB BACHELOR GIRLS. Tins week is given a number of ilainlv little recipes which will tnako a. sii.-eial appeal to tho bachelor <?irl, and will at the same time bo fou'iu tqually useful by our leaders in general. Among lliein will be found dishes which siro suitable for broakfnst or supper, and can lie prepared in a very short timo with tho minimum amount of trouble. Time is a very great con sideration, especially to tho bachelor girl who lias a train to catoh in order to get to business. Tho facilities for preparing thwso dishes havo not been overlooked, and no elaborate equipment is necessary—a gas-ring or an oif-stoyo being in most cases ail that is requir ed. .Uiiiiiiiiiuin eookuig utensils aro strongly recotmncnded, us .they aro much more easily kept clean. It is surprising what appetising littlo meals oan bo prepared at a small cost, and it is hoped that all girls who havo to studv ec<U!omy, aud who have hitherto bW in the habit of buying som...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

REMEMBER WHEN YOU GET CLEMENTS TONIC YOU GET HEALTH TOO! A PROFESSIONAL NURSE well known throughout Western Australia* writes her opinion. { f.'URSE ALTCE WILKINSON, 21 Hyde | Strut, Nth. Perth, Midi thii letter: " I have spent many years l'n my profession as a nurse, both here and in-Victoria. I have nursed the sick of all descriptions, and some Have been very low and weak. The question always arises in the mind of the nurse what is the best medicine for a patient when thoroughly run down or to keep them from j getting low and prostrated. | Fromyearsof experience and ! close observation 1 can say I !know of no medicine as good 1 at CLEMENTS TONIC w * nerve food and appetising medicine, creating a desire for nourishment. It quickly gives health and strength. (Signed) NURSE WILKINSON." No truer letter was ever written to women than J thu one, proving the healthful prot ertiej of | thjs remarkable medicine. WIktj the nervous i system U shattered thfuu^k exhaustive studies, Ji>ver, ...

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BUTTERMILK FOR LAYING HENS [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

BUTTERMILK FOR LAYING HENS There is still a good deal lo Iv learnt about tho economic disposal oi l'ood products which may otherwise '>« wasted, or, at bust, turned to vory little profit. A soriet of experiments ill America with buttermilk, in t-lio ciiiirao ol' a trial of 1>h« oft'ect of ani mal food upon pullets, suggest, that, compared with beef soraps or greou bone, 01- no animal matter at all, but termilk is of oonsidwrnbU value for the encouragoinont of laying. Dairy far mers and other* will do well to take note of this. For the purposes of the investiga tion five lots of twenty-five pullets were tested. .All liad whole grain and dry mash supplied. No. 1 had its animal food in tiio form of buttermilk, given as drink, as this came easily out first, both in the number of eggs pro duocd from October lit to April 30th. when the experiment was discontinued, and in the cost of feeding per dozan eggs. Tho total eggs were 2040, or an average of 81.6 in seren months, and tho cost...

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Ballan New Cemetery. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

Ballan New Cemetery. .A meeting of Trustees was hold on Monday last, tho following being present:—Messrs A. T. Blake (chair man), D. J. Haunihan and W. E. White. The balance sheot, which showed a credit of £22/3/8, was adopted, on tho motion of Messrs White and Han rahan. On motion of Messrs Blake and Hanrahan, Mr White was voted to the chair for the ensuing year. A vote of thanks was conveyed to the retiring chairman. Messrs A. K. Oldman and E. Cow ell, forwarding their resignations as Trustees—Tho resignations wero ac cepted, and steps are to bo taken to till the vucancies. JTrom R. Shimmen, sexton, asking that the Trustees favorably consider an increase in fees for grave sinking —It was decided to grant an increase of 2/6 per grave. The Secretary reported that the Cemetery was in good order. The question of obtaining gravel for paths was discussed, and it was decided to call tenders for supply of 30 yards (more or less). Mr Hanrahan thought it.was de sirable to have the water lai...

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ENGLISH JEALOUSY OF THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

ENGLISH JEALOUSY OF THE L'fiiTED STATES, '* The Turns " has drawn ntloiv (ion in the part which has beep j iayed of l:iU', pot merely by tin* ,o.!ici:» I!' - Inspired (iiTtuaii 1'ress. but •{»;> " t *-i-; i-: 11 exalted personae.es "— meant:.;;. It is to ho presumed, the I "hi i —i:\ myi to foster ill-will lii'Iwv:; Ahum ivii and England over il>>' SJii/>/»/»»?•• Combine. " Spectator," comiiu'iil in^ on litis information o'.'Sei'Vfs :—" If •' The Times 4 is well in.'oruicd, m; we do not doubt it. is. (I er n ia iiv, by the semi-o.Tn:ial means, which she bnov.s so w-'!l how to employ, Inn; .seen an f\i client opportunity in tlu» .»• vciII'nirjtI heie. 1o evai/eerate the perils to which we are beir.jr e.xposed end has none her best to eeir us on to resist ' thi' invasion of ih itain by .A ica .' Th»sr oh.'erl in doing this has ap parently beci-hidd1'!! iron: the ma.ior iiy 01 our leaders of public opinion, uutv.dir-i; a hiv^e number of the jpetnbeis of the House of Commons...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

I I When the Bride Conies to Baliarat. She should call at our Studio, and sit for her Bridal Portrait. There's 110 delay—we have every thing in readiness—Brid al Veil, 15iiii(juet, Wreath, Buttonholes, etc.; four well appointed dressing rooms, electric fan in tiie studio. We photograph in two positions, and sub mit proofs from each We Enlarge any Old or ...Faded Phootgraps... Send that old photo graph of Father or -Mother, and let us en large it. Satisfaction guaranteed. Size of Size of Photo Mount Pricv 12 x 10 20 x 16 25s 15 x 12 23 x 13 30s Complete in newest style of mount and frame. RICHARDS & CO. „ The World-Famed PHOTOGRAPHERS, STURT STREET, BALLARAT. J. C. Deardcn, Proprietor. —j —J" Druids' Gala and Austin Hospital Bazaar. Monster Art Union. £1.000 IK Pmzr.s. £1000 is Pkizes. £1000 i.< Puizes. Every Ticket has an equal chance, whether presented or not. 1st Prize, Picture valued £500. 2nd Prize, Picture valued £100. 3rd Prize, Picture valued £50." The Comm...

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HOW MUSH TO DRINK? [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

HOW MUSH TO drh;k? A short t iim? hack someone *ook it '• /liter his IhnkT t:i inquire at ; In: cafes ihe <Jrami Opera, Varir., • I1 if it had horn remarked whether dii .1 ferenl pia\s in'hn-ni-ed tin? tastes of .j 1 he ;iti<!i<mi e ultet: t hey adjourned for supper. 'I hr propvi.-; ors or thes.e es ' I a''l ishmei.; s informed hint Chat such was I: .- c.'.sf A.':«-r "" I'V.visl " ewryoiiv went h'-me snpperhss, tlip music. o Mt-; t i;; :i iii *•*! a i-iui , on apcri i i :s. uhllst on •* Siei^iVi'N! " nights " (roucrotite " and " Mun ich " \vi>■ «* in ijr'Mi demand. IVtnk - * . is as if-iv jo I In.' maintenance of In-iuth a-- is loud, and in that respect \\ js only valuable accord ing to the .1 n."i:n5 of water it con la Ins. j It is <-stimnted thai, on an average ft full «jrown. healthy adt.lt loses grammes. or aiiuut fo;.i and a i iuiii pints of water in -1 hours, \aryinu; with l!*.»* various conditions of life, and incj-easing ami di-...

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Ballan Gun Club. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

Ballan Gun Club. Tlio monthly shoot in connection with tlio abuvo club was held on Saturday lust, 'l'lio 'Hollo vyuy trophy was at last disposed of, H. II. Cham bers winning outright, after a keen conte3t with P. Lay. The club's trophy wont to P. Lay, with J. Shiiu tneu second. Results:— TROPHI' (Hollotvay and Co. gun trophy presented by S. Cohen, Sons and Co.) to be won twice. Nom., 1/6, op tion, i! sweepstako; sturs 1/li. 0 bird rise. Members only, 15 inilos radi us. Log-in won by P. Lay, C. Col lins, H. R. Chambers, E. Flauk, and "Biillau." II. 11. Chainbors ... 1 11 kills. CLUd TRO Prir-Single uom., 2/; double 3/; stars,2/; live bird rise. 2nd, 10/. For members only. P. Lay ... 1 J. Shiiumon : ... 2 8 kills. ' ' 1st Sweepstake!' N. Flack /'v..'. t P. Lay ■ f *1 kills 2nd Sweepstako. P. Lay '+ C.Collins ... t 4 kills 3rd Sweepstake. P. Lay .... t J. Berry ... . f 2 kills : 4th Sweepstake. IT. R. Chambors ... f J. Shiiameu ... t 5 kills 5th Sweepstake. N. Flack ... 1 5 kills 6th S...

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