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

Coin nton wealth JjfoBanft of Eustvalta HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY • / nt, n«nlt Is "P"" ,or a" C,M,M of GENERAL BANKING BU8INE8S >t EQUITABLE BUILDINQ, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE AIM at sy.ln»y, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, lirMwue, Kockhampton, Town«ville, and U fublerfinittannea !n!u'e '?• *"ddrafti drawn on for**ijyn placai direct- hnu collector- Lotion of credit to any jurt of the world. Hi]! collation. OHnkiM,' ami h.vchaiitfo Miuinem of i»v«rj description ti 1 tondoi. Foreign bills negotiated and ''mil Kvrhaivo nii»i'n-J."«V" rv""' . K,l» negotiated or forwarded for cou^,u,ST„l.«r&lS» and fthroacl ("nrrV, / y f,<?W!rll>t">In transacted within (he Commo* ;s«ic« rn«l« ^"K .it ippll'..1 Hocurtuiir "e P»M on fixed ,t«po,it.. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Office! 317 COLLINS 8TREET, MELBOURNE. IrtnchMln theaboi'f dllennml 2,000 Agendo- a> I-ost O.Tkjcs Ihrnnirhout the Commonwealth. Deponits from t/- to £300. Intorost at 3"; por annum. r Agen...

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

?\m. ',.2teething- children Splendid for relieving leverislmess, fretfiiiness, , .constipation, and pre r*~'' venting convufsioug. Contain no morphia. CI9G Absolutely safe for the y°un^st infanl- Good for ofdst children too. All cnealal.i, I s. ptr P«H»i. pijmiii —i mi in i" "fin

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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WHILE HE WAS SOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

WHILK ME WAS .SOHKIi. Mr. MeTavis); ,'itleii(k'<I a rliristcn i»H wliuro tlio hospitality of tlio guost knuiv no bounds exwi>t" the several capacities of the giU'st. Tn the midst of tlio celebration Mr'. MaeTavisU rose up and made the round of the com pany, bidding each a profound fare well. "Hut, Sandy, mnn," objeet-ed Ui3 host, "vo're not going yet, with tlio 'vi'iiin' just begun?" "Xa," snid tlio prudent MacTavish, "I'm no' goiu' vet. Hut I'm biddin' yo cuid-nicht whiln I lien yo a'."

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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MARKETS. WHEAT AND OTHER PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

MARKETS. ' WH13AT AXI) OTHKR LMtODUCJO. .1 Wheat.—-The iiinrkoL lias lueu dull, and ivliilo supplies ottering aru lint vi ry heavy tiio demand is limited. Parcel* may b_> quoted sit about 3/!)] along-nle. and farmers' lots in the count ry on tlio basis of 3;S:i tu 3;!) net. I'Mour.^The association price for hakci-s"' lots remains at L'i.) deliieivil. liran unci I'ollard.— I In; market is easy, resellers offermy to sell at a con eoKKion on till' as-oeiation basif, of £'•"> oj. Barley.—The lone ol tlie market ls quiet. * I'rime barley is in lair request, but this quality is only sparingly ."tip plied. Prini/Kuglisli malting is qmn ed at 3/5 to :i/U, and good at 3/3 to 3/-I. A moderate business lias been done in thin Knglish at -'/. Prune Capo mailing is quoted at -/I tt> 2/o. and yood at "J'-i to 2/tf. l>'ood Capo lias had turnover at 1/10 to l/'ll lor thin samples. Oats.—'IV market is quieter, buyers I being difficult t» attract. Good i« . prime mining Algerians are quote...

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Ballan Races. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

Ballan Racss. The Autumn mooting under the auspices of . tlio Unlliiii Jockoy Club wlis hold oil Fiiday last, 'l'lio at tendance was much bolow thu aver age. This was no doubt accounted for by the fact that rain fell at Mel- 1 bourne and Ballarat prior to the de parture of tho trains. The condi tions locally wore very threatening, but, beyond a sharp shosvor al'Lor tho first raco, tho rain'kopt oil. All tho officials wore at their posts. Mr M. Newton handled his fields splendidly, and every start was a good one. In tho absence of Mr J. O. Inglis, Mr Jus. Lyons gave entire satisfaction as judge, and Messrs J. ,T. Oarcy (weigher) and 11. Doiiholni (clerk of course) were always attentive to their duties. All other arrangements wore in perfect order, and the meeting passed off smoothly. Mr Cox, V7R.C. stipendiary steward, was present. Messrs Hogan and Kelly had charge of the publican's booth, and supplied an excellent luncheon. Racing commenced with the Hurdle Race, which attracted a fi...

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

flOO FUMES. £ 1 >000 l&ouri'c Eight Hours Art Union LoirWr1 be thc ",ost «°,",ui"e r/jll the Art Unions ever held. 531 It Vou p. SSI.Ii Year. AS rOl'UliAIi AS EVEli. !fli'e Great Event of the Year, ■I, Anniversary Eight Hours' Day. wSii I3.ua.ui, & Art Ustox |0{|[,a Cluiritios (town & country) ihlbUio" Buildings, Melbourne, Moiufay, 27th April (Kiglit Hours' Day). Public nwl Bank Holiday. iflfir HOURS' ART UNION, tOO Prizes, value £1,000. of Art by Australian Artists. lilPriie, Oil Painting, Value £500. j,j prize, Oil Painting, Value £100. prize, Oil Painting, Value £50. jar other prizes ranging iu value from £20. IgXE,—The Comniittee are purchas Iinjpjymg for the pictures tlio ain |iit irliie'i they lire valued as above Xj hi order, however, to fully satis Kj Public and Subscribers of the T(Jo; of the Art Union, and Unit, iu L opiniwis. tlie Pictures are worth £pri«s, the Committee oller.i (if ap Jjlavitliiu one mouth from the drnw Itflfc Art Union) to fi...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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Sporting News. CRICKET, [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

Sporting News. i CRICKET, ■" ■tn° The District team journeyed to Greondale on Saturday last, to cmco more try conclusions with tlio local team. The Greeudalo captain won the toss, and'gave tlio visitors iirst' use ot the wickot. Tlio "District" never lookod like making a big score and were dismissed for 90, the prin! cipftl seorors being Kelly, 34 (inolud. Iiig tllt'ae "sixers"); Hamilton, lj. Macpherson, TO; and Sundries, 1Q* Groendalc responded with 148, the chief run-getters boing Peters, ;)7. Allen, 22; Webster, 21; and Lidgolt', 20. Main, 8 for 44, aid well with the ball for the winners, whilst In. glis, 5 for 43, -was the most success ful for the losors. When tlio wiuning hit was made for Greondale, the lady barrackors "flow the flags." Prior t0 tlio match, Mr and Mrs Lidgett en tertained tlio District team to an ox collent lunch, which was done ample justice to. Appended are the scores;— DISTRICT TEAM. D. Macphorson, run out ... lo , 11. Inglis, e R. Lidgett, b Main ... 5 P. ...

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Gordon Bros.' Big Show. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

Gordon Bros.' Big Show. Tho annual exhibition of flower«, fruits and vegetables held by Gordon Bros, at their big store, Armstrong street, Ballarat, was opened last Fri dag, and from early morn till lato at night there was a steady stream of visitors promenading through the great warehouse and admiring the exhibits. This show has now be come one of Ballarat's popular an nual fixtures, and oach year sees a growth in the number of exhibitors. This year's show eclipses all previous onos, both as regards number, variety and quality of exhibits, the wIioIg collection being one the equal of which has not been befora seen at any hor ticultural show in Victoria. There are some fine examples in the show of what can be accomplished even on fcho poorest land when intelligent cul tivation is built on tho foundation of high quality reliable seeds such as Gordon Bros, make a feature of. Amongst the exhibits are to be seen onions, beet, parsnips, and other root orops, grown on old workod out min i...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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A Dyspeptic's Life Saved. Severe Pain and Sickness for Many Years Cured by a Simple Antacid. Neighbors Said He Was a Dying Man. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

A Dyspeptic's Life Saved. Severe Pain aud Sickness for Many Years Cured by a Simple Antacid. Neighbors Said" Ho Was a Dying Mail. Chronic indigestion and sickness after fpod and severe pains wcro all quickly cured by a very simple reme dy in the cas» of 11 r R. Savigan, 11 Crloucostor street, Barnardtown, New port, JIou. In a letter referring to her husband's illness, Mrs Savigan, writes:—"Ho did not know what it was to ea.t a meal without it coming buck," which appears to have been his condition for a considerable time, until his wife, while reading a ladios' paper, saw' ordinary bisurated mag nesia recommended for indigestion, and obtained a small quautity so that her husband might try it. A few doses gave Mr Savigan great relief, aud before ho liad finished the first supply tho trouble was practically cured. To uso Mrs Savigan's own words: "He can cut his food and is looking splendid, and can do his work —in fact, all tho people about hero look at him,' for they all thought he wa...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

RltfLTfi SHOOTING. Members' should sho'ot their mnsV ketry before the weather breaks pep-, nmnently. A marker will be in at tendance every Saturday, and on Wednesdays when required. Mem bers are requested to leave word at, this ollioe - or the Mechanics' as to whon they intend to go through the course. The eighteenth prize meeting of the Ballarat District Hifle Clnb Union, will be held at the Canadian range, Ballarat, on April 25. Mombers who intend competing must hand their names to tbo Secretary 011 or before April 19. A meeting of committee of the Ballan Hi Ho Club will be held in the Mechanics' Institute on Wednesday evening, 8th April, at 8 o'clock.

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

AM SPORTS, Bacchus Marsh. Easter Monday, 13t!i April, "1914. (Went her Permitting.) Prockkus ix..ui> or B«fi.t>ixct Frsu. Pltl'SlliK.Vr—TMIt .1. A . COX.NOK. Vici;- PlMWIKKNT—-Bit \V. U. .II VAN. "i'KOCKiiSroX I'lil/ES: Post entry free. Xo competitor may lake wore than one prize. To parade from liic .Shire Hall at 11 u.ui. sharp. .Imljred in tin; tihoivgroun Is. 1—Best Pressed Mounted Charai-ter (Uliiei.il uo»liuues not eligible). 1st, JJ1; 2nd, 15s; 10s. 2—jiest 1 'iv-'ni Charaeter (on foot) 1st 12s fill; 2n.l, 7s Hil :}—Most N'm'i'l or Comical Character— 1st. 15 s; 2,'nl, His; 3rd, 5:s ■I .Most Novel or Comical Group. IS'ot loss tiiau :t. Is!, JL'3; 2nd, .CI; 3rd, ■ 10s. 5—Most Comii'al Group. Not less llinii I), For buys tinder 10 years. 1st, .L'l; 2nd, 15s; 3rd, 10s. (i—Prises for boys millet' 10. 7—Speeial Prizes .for oilier items deemed J5 worthy of a prize. ■ y—Foot Knee. 1 :!0 yards. Oiwn h mdi eap. 1st. i'l; 2nii, fl. - Entry, 4s >J—Foot ltaee, 220 yards. Open hand...

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[?] AND DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

rmsrrzi AMD DISEASE. Tht* number of disrasos now known to he <k'liniu*!y <hui to i'l ahit y'.v!-H«n.v i V j elation hci lory iUid « plosor. St.ir pniisi'ti ra) sill inirriur^ani-sms u; prt'Fcnr cJusi» H' «■:t i:cl.v of hio should num1 still ra- comli t iontf are othnr In* cIkmih' i »s procured in tin* or :•!<.• ;i.I.ri- of ,1 >,!>'• ! o •» ;} , pani^m i\cu! '. oUhts by liist urli'^l ntilril on, l.i;i aiJ'.T allow i"'/ *<»'• il may l:o staU'il broadly that, iki' an- hut many discasoo lo wl.th *h>> human I'-ani" ij liable hi. h <"anrol eilher J>e djjycUy coi' purufcite

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

Obituary. Another of the old.residents of the district passed away on Saturday last iu the person Mr lid ward J. M. Lemcke, aged 73 years. For many years he followed his trade, that of a carpenter; and afterwards followed farming pursuits. Deceased had been ailing for a considerable time so that his death was not unexpected. He leaves a grown up family of four daughters and one son, with whom the deepest sympathy is expressed. The funeral, took ~4>laue on Monday, the place of interment being the Italian New Cemetery. Messrs II. Elliott, Or. Elliott, A, Cowell, and E. Flack acted as eolBti-bearers; the pall-boarers being Messrs \V. Grieves, J. Egan, E. Gillespie, T. Sloan, AY. A. Smith, A. Dehnert, \V. Elliott, and E. Cowell. Sarvice at the gravo was read by the llev.' l'\ E. Lewin, and Mr P. J. Mehrens had charge of the mortuary arrangements. .

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

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The Ballan Times. PUBLISHED EVENT THURSDAY. BALLAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1914 Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 2 April 1914

Ball an Mimes. rirnusiiKD kvkht tiu/rsday. Balla.y, T h tins day, March 26, 1914 Local and General News. Harry up and purchase your tickets for tlia Druids Gala—secure a chance of winning one of the valuable prizes. Tenders are invited for the supply and delivery of gravel at the Ballan New Cemetery. Particulars are advertisod, We note by Wednesday's "Argus" that 100 wethers the property o£ Mr A. Stewart, Fairholm, Ballan, made the splendid average of £l/S/6 in the Melbourne market. At the Ballarat market on Tuesday Messrs Coles and Pullum sold 6 bullocks on account of Mr Y. V. Mogg, limly Park, Ballan, nt an average price of £13/1/8. Mr E. T. Lay is the local agent. Poison has beeu laid on the Bal lanee, Sproydon, Days, Pnngs, and Swamp paddocki, so that owners of dogs had better beware. There have been several instances of sheep worry ing lately and only this moruing two dogs were shot. r Messrs Coghlan, Boase and Co., of "Tattersall's" Bazaar, Ballarat, report as follows:—Buconer...

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PATENTS AND INVENTIONS. OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 9 April 1914

PATENTS AND INVENTIONS. 0I<'[■'LCIAli riWK'-KKDINCS. .Mo.-.srs. (J. (i. Tin i i ,v. Co., I':itcnt Attorneys, of t)io Rialto, -IKi Collins Street, Melhiiurno, revert that .sj>tcifi■ cations of llio following inventions have been ollic.iiilly mxropiwl and opened lot' inspection by ill;., Commissioner tor i'ill(.inIk. Abridgments oi tIk; speei iiealioii.s may bo inspected, without feu, ;it tlieir oflicc. - Lilt Weil Doors—to-liold tliem open, iind when thi) lift goe.s to close theni autoniatioal'y.—\V. H. Al-op—8301. Sleeving Disc — to den) with sloping ground, nnd enable 11 true furrim to be muds?. ,1. Ciiillidge Kxplosion Kngine Silencer—Contains .-cries of concentric ciianib is—spirnl n sted .---The Maxim Silencer Ce—fc'000, .■V'.itomatii! Sampler for T.iilmgv- • paddle wheel—spur wheel - scoop—run ning .stream of tailing.*—sample recei ver. T. B. Tazewell—S781'. Xoii-ReiUlable Bottle,—Has a noji votnrn disk valve, pivoted in a cork, •scaling ring, etc. J. ]>\ a...

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AMMONIA FIRE EXTINGUISHER. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 9 April 1914

'AMMONIA FIRE EXTINGUISHER. I Tlio use of ammonia bombs to extin I gui.sli forest fires is being tested in somo of tlio jiational forests of Am erica. in tlio ease of brush fires, the mo lighters often' have diffioult.v in gut ting near enough to beat out tho i.-iiiics, and ammonia bombs liavo been found very effeetiw. Tlio explosion of " ,''1'..'" ■ " ill ■ extinguish firo in si loit oirolo about it. A celebrated vocalist was iu a motor car accident one (lav. A impcr, ai'let recording lhe accident, wuid: "We are liuppy to state that ho wds able to appear the following evening vin threo ^leoes." "

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THE WORLD'S BEEF. DEMAND OVERLAPPING SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 9 April 1914

THE WORLD'S BEEF. ' Slntisviw vvfcsmling >U« wovltl's liwl •supply show that, as is tho ease u1' some other primary products, tho pro duction is not kc.-ping paco with tlio increase of population, or with the- in creasing puiolinsing power of tho peo ple. It inii.st liu borno in mind thai working poople are now receiving b*-'' tcr wnges in ninny countries, ami tli.ii tile world's trndp was never so prosper ous as at tin' present time, all ot witicn points to tho ability ui tho poop.e to purchase good, wholesome utoat. An ollicial .siiininni'v ol the position lur ni.-hes snmo significant figures wIiiim have n very direM.-t interest 10 Aus tralia iind New Zealand. A study of the available figures will prove, two points, namely: (1) the c.tttlo 01 the .v..rid uro not increasing at t lie same rate as arc the respective populations^ and a') that in several oi' the more im portant countries tile dairy entile ie prcsent greater percentages ol the total herds. lu the following countries ...

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CANADIAN DUTCH BELTED COW. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 9 April 1914

CANADIAN DUTCH BELTED COW. Dutch belted cattle arc bled -to a limited extent in Canada. This breed has Ik'cm lung in tho upbuilding, but the basis if selection having been the clear wide build ol' white around the body, tho I'usufis of centuries of work uro l'ai' from satisfactory lrom the dairyman's standpoint. The breed miglit b.) considered as ornamental rather than useful. The French Ca nadian rows aro worthy of much con sideration whero a hardy breed is re quired. The individual cow is some what small, weighing only 7001b to 'JUOHj. A. bull weighs about lUUOlb. lu general conformation they aro some what rough and angulur; in tho cows the wedga shapo is. present. Tho color is black or dark brown. As milk-pro duceis t,.ey resemble the Jersey, though in quantity and quality they fall some what behind that breed. An average of 05001b of milk of a littlo over '1 per cent, butter-fat is about tho stan dard. The liist individuals of tho breed are supposed to have gone to Canada from i...

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ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXXI. THE DISCOVERY AT BOULOGNE. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 9 April 1914

ON GOLDEN WINGS iBy -W. Howoll Pfiole.) C'IIA PTEH XXXI. 'PIIK DISC'OVJSilV AT IIOUl.OC.NK. Tiicu iuist wept and thou hast parted. Thou hast been Vorsakon long', Thou hast watched tor steps that coiw not hack, I know it by the song. The next day Arthur wrote a fetter to HonJogjie, 121 which place Charley Weslertan and Lord Carton, with thru youthful wive*. passed tile golden hours of time; rejoicing daily in the baths, tin* promenades, the cool verandahs, the Siesta eaU'>; uud thoroughly enter ing into and appreciating tin' delight ful i3ohcii)innism commonly indulged in at tlit' seaside. It was wtlli mingled fc. lings of dis C(liioi> and regret ill,if. Charby received mtelHgcnee of Arthur's forthcoming marriage wit It hi.; sister. I'm him, who kuew her fotbles, sueh a -tep augured anything but a 1:it■ <»f <'unt*»iumout an<. quietude for his old school-fellow. I)« ar ly as Ii4< loved /us sister, fm could no. J'ecoiiciio himself to th...

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