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Bacchus Marsh Shire Council. ORDINARY MEETING. MONDAY, MAY 11TH, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 May 1914

Bacchus Marsh Shire Council. ordinary .m kktinci. Monday, May 11th, 10 l-l. .'UKKS. '■—Supply :y. )0c yds i J a D 100yds 17 10 0 „ 1.7 10 0 400yds 77 10 0 300yds 53 15 0 ,, 52 10 0 „ 60 0 0 „ 5G 0 0 „ 45 0 0 „ 52 10 0 „ 52 10 0 IVesont.—4>s J. Watson (presi dent,, in tht! cluiii), W. (Irant Morton M. R, Greene, II, Moilclo, M, I''. Cttin, •I. T. I turnip, IJ. Uobertson, W. II.] MoFarlanc, ,1. A. Brown, and J. tr. Wells. blur.'loiio spalls. •I. duly Morris & Bool!) I). A. Ward C. Hurry IX .1. O'lCccfe (i. Could 0. Wljuoliilian T. II.. Reynold:! IS. 0. Ijovo 11. IjOVO Reynolds' tender accepted. Contract No. -t/tl—100s yds 1(1 !!L>>t(inc sp.tlls'. H. Ijovo 11 5 0 [ T. H. Reynolds .... 9 11 (> I I). A. Ward ... D 3 0 H. 0. Love ... S 15 0 Lowest, tender accepted. Contract No. o/tt—Supply *100 c yds Milestone spalls. •J. Whelan 200yds 32 10 0 D. A. Ward 300yds 47 10 0 R. W. I'M wards . '100yds 65 0 0 B. O. Ijovo . „ .58 . 6 0 II. Love „ .60 0 0 C. Barry „ • 55 0 0 i G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 May 1914

L. A. Fairbairn and Co., rinvrmis AI,D Cojtsnssiox A.oknts, li vt,r.A.v, Bacchus JlAKstr, ,UtCTI • -AXJ> MBtnoCIt.VK. April Monthly Market Reports. -t report having held usual monthly sale at our Italian yards JAliU'U' . j| 3f)l.li, wlicn wc yarilml u liiif miuilior »>f ralllo, viz., 11 rr.' head, ' .|rs> ,lMI) 3 horses. Tlu'i'i' was a 1.! attendance of luiyors, and tho d Jnhont was keen. Willi the e\eept ion of a s'ii ill percentage, n tleir jjnit' 'entile purchaser securing -t 10 head. /V Gippslaud liuyer ,f ffiK c' )(,I1S 0i; heifers mid cows for fa11<mii11lc purposes. Kit cattle sold at :"1'! ^•' prices, while steers and bullocks of t'a!tisiiii',' ages wore well competed I hoing eipml Id the dciiiand. (>>,>.I i111mI<fr of calves and year •tand prices for same were tully eipial to late sales. Young xbred ;i store 1" .'id, lirisl,- competition, and values wcr" higher. I'igs sold at im )fit jlicip (juoi-iiions:—Knt Untile—Mullocks, li;;!,| we...

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Ballan and Pentland Hills A. & P. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 May 1914

Ballan and Pentland Hills A. & P. Socicty. The annual meeting of members of the sociotv was hold on Saturday, Die following beinjr pyosuiit:—Messrs .1 lliuison fin the chair), -I.ts. I.t-nce, ,1 \v. Wimbles. .1. T. l;orkin. I,. K Myers, II. Crtippy, V■ .Spencer, and ]'. Mehrens, secretary. Hr.i'o:;r ,\xt> 1!ai,\n"CK Siiri.r. The following raport and balance shout were adopLed:— "In presenting to yon their Iwentv-eiglith annual report and bal ance sheet, the commit tee especially wish to draw your nUenUc.n to tin; fact that we are faced with a small overdraft at (ho bank. The position is caused partly by the fact that the vards and buildings have been al lowed to get into a bad state of re pair, which necessitates the spending of a fair amount annually to pill, same in order, so that tin? expense does not. come all at once; and partly by the. fuel that, the prize money paid away excecds that of last year by .CIO; Id,. It therefore behoves all members ol committee dining th...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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Ballan Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 May 1914

Ballan Mechanics' Institute. The monthly committee meeting wsis licld on Tuesday tiight, when the following -were present:—Messrs W. ■K. White (presideut, 111 the chair), J. II. Walsh, R. Shanldand, Di- Blau baum, D. K. Frasor. COKKKSrOXDnSCE. From Public Library, asking for return of two cases of books, in order that a fresh supply may be forwarded —To be attended to. From Miirchaut & Son, asking the commit toe to consider the ipiestion of taking 20 per cent, of the gross re ceipts for picture shows, or io state lowest charge for six or twelve nights for hire of hall—Mr Fraser moved that if six nights are paid for in ad vance ihe charge be 17/0 pur night— Seconded by Dr Jilaubaum and ear ned. From Melville and Mullen, offering io select books weekly or monthly and forward same to the institute— On motion of .Mr Shankhuul and Dr Ijlanbatim, it was decided io obtain seven books monthly until further notice. From lion, secretary Ballan Quad rille assembly, asking for a reducti...

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Why Your Stomach Hurts. A DOCTOR'S COMMON-SENSE ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 May 1914

Why Your Stomach Hurts. A DOCTOR'S COMMON-SENSE ADVICE. Pain in the stomach, variously called indigestion, dyspepsia, flatu lence, heart burn, stomaeh-aclie, etc., is usually attributed to some un natural, abnormal or diseased condi tion of the stomach itself. Nothing, however, could be further from the truth. Nineteen times out of twenty the stomach is absolutely healthy and normal, the pain and discomfort being entirely due to the acidify and fer mentation of food which irritates and distends the stomach: although if this condition is allowed to run on, in time the constant irritation of the acid is likely to cat into the stomach walls and produce ulcers and some times cancer of the stomach. Medicine is useless in such a case. The acid and fermenting food must be removed by a stomach pump or an emetic, or you must neutralise the acid and stop the fermentation by taking half-a teaspoonful of bisurafed magnesia in a little water. This latter is by far the simpler and safer method. I...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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ORDINARY MEETING. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 May 1914

URIHXARY .MKKTING. C ??] m : i:i>; > n i > i: ?,- c ]•;. From K. .1. Ho^hii, ,\! fliiil. he bud presented thc/sooL'i''" request for improved loadim, f....;,;" liallan .station ; "ay Commissioners, and that H, matter would be i.-i Vfst;-;i(r,rl— \jj! llugHtl also wrote, Mali,,;, ,|lllt , question ot allowing taxpayers to,|(,' duet, 1 o/ per week instead 0f W/ ( 1'^P ot employe, as at ,„oso,/t. • connection with Income Tax , l'owivc bis aMention—i loco i s-«d. I'lym su«fut:irv Uailan .shire, Kt.„. - would renew lease of s-ow-rounds for puuil(1 vo«l. * l'1'om I.Jay losf. > r.I soeielv, statin., that iline ilioir .si,on- was j * Uccember for Xovcmber 25th—Th !.lu,.io" °™'u »«d secret/,n i i inform.,w tl,o Day les ford stlcilltJ Hiat they would rulhc-i-e to November -oJi for-Mu s!ll),v UOlSCMl. C ' Prom secretary of Il.ilian gun club '.01' Pej jt"■'•sioii to excavate a « x Si x 2ft i„ lho show. f !l"<{ gtiiir-iiitcfiu-f to learo t'»> I" ;i -sate condition wh...

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Ballan Horticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 May 1914

Ballan Horticultural Society. A meeting of members of Ballan Horticultural Society was held on Monday last, the following being pre sent:—Messrs 1{. Shankland (presi dent, in tho chair) Mrs F. J. Mehrens, j. Bence, A. Gibson, P. Spencer, and If. J. Mehrens, secretary. Tho qaestion of seeds gift of R. Cheeseman was held over until next meeting. The secretary -was instructed to forward a letter of condolence to tho widow and family of tho lato Mr Itooney. Tho monthly competition was for fuchsias, the following being tho result— A. Gibson 1 •T. Bunco 2 R. Slmnklnnd 3 The other exhibitors were Ifr and Sirs Mehrens, arid Mr Walters.

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The Ballan Times. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. BALLAN, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1914 Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 May 1914

ffifjii Ballnn Mimes. Kau.-iX, T'ffusmv, Jf.vv 14, 101-1 Local and General News. For Uroivlim) C'Mijrlis. t.-ilrp AViicds' Grvat IVjijH'njiint Cure, 1/6. Meeting cf Bullur. Football club will be liol.l on Friday 22, at 7 p.m. Skating at tho local rink 011 Sate - day night. ' • Donations io (he Park fund mining in very slowly—still ,C1 )}/ required. - ' ' Gardeners and others should no Messrs A. T. Blake A U„.'„ advorl.i,' ment in I his issue. A liit'oliiiir of ecu. mi lice of t'o Club will he held in tl Mechanics' Institute on' fhursdi.v evening, .May l-Uh, :H S o'clock: 1 The local branch of I his P.I,.C. win hold .1 social on Friday, dune 5tli I'ull particulars will lie advertised i{ these columns in due course, '' ■ Mi' William MrCaffruv, a very old'.' lesident of Gordon, t.1 io.1 on Sunday,' after a lingering illness. The <U-V ceased, who leaves a widow, was 72 I years of age. Mr W. Leslie Klvius, dentist, of Jjacclins .Marsh, will visit Pallan on : the first and four...

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MOSES'S TELEPHONE NUMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 May 1914

MOSKS'S TKI.KI'IIOXK M'.MIIKK I Ilif t.ai'li.T nslcd: "'WIicii ,||,| liv.-:-" -\ft. r tl..-. sili'iK1.' had ' painful -sho cirdoivd : "0l., „ v„„ „ r. . What <l(ios ii sa v tl . r A buy n«Tl ".Moses, Nouv saul tin.- teacher. " ,,i didn't Vim luiim- when Muses lire,]'.'! "Well," replied tli.? !>oy, "I t],,,.. I()00 u.c. was Ills telephone timn|,(.r "

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Ballan Caledonian Park. The following donations have been received:— [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 May 1914

Dalian Caledonian Park. The following donations have been received:— £ S D ; A Friend I Pctford, .T. 1 1 0 10 0 White, W. E 10 0 Sobosbs Hair Tonic.—This prepara tion is UxstnuussED as a Haiu Food and Daxdiicff preventative. A little sprinkl ed'an the head night and morning and gently massaged into the scalp, renders Daldxksh impossible. Soboses Ham Toxic will absolutely grow hair, and prevei.t it from falling out. It imparls a beautiful glossy sheen, and brings out all j the natural brightness of the hair. Price. | 3/9 per bottle. Obtainable at O. 0. j Flack's, Ballan. Gascard, J. Fraser, D. K. & Co. Myors, Jus. 10 0 •50 5 0 £3 1' 0

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SUSPICIONS CONFIRMED [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 May 1914

SU'SI'l('10.v.s COXI''11! MI'D Silemv ill til.. UH.-licii whs siKvtiw t Iji." i' lauded wit,i mistrust—u lit-n "liiiV IjSiiirsi Has there. Her mcther , learned tins I rum long esperifneu \ Latira was in t|i„ kilc-litui now—o,'. !' nii--.lv silent. nilt Hence the voice from tin, nilmj,,;,, pantry: •\\hai jin« von rloin^, <l**ari*» "N'uflin, iniitlicr." answered U,, thin""" y°" "'"St 1,,J ,|"i"e "No, I isn't." "Ale .vim sine!'" aslteil the iMII|U -till busy with her dips and "Well, I isn't iloins; much." A moment's pause. "I'm (inly duivinji hairpins inl„ ,i nap H'ith vniir tier. silver milk-juj; •?

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District News. MT. WALLANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 May 1914

District News. [l-'iiom oi;i: c'>i:iir.sri>ni>i:nts and k\i:iiani;ks.] 7i!T. WAIjIjACI*:. The Mi-. Wallace and Dnnlidwnrrah teams met on the Iik.'.'i! ground on Sat urday last. The day was perfect for football, but, I Ik- ground was very hard 'I'lii' local I:nliviiiii their new colors (royal hlac and wliitc) for the first titin*. They looked very well, »s did I lie maroon of Di'rdidwiirr.th. A large crowd of supporters of both teams turned out to witness theLrame. Both teams had their liest- eigLleer. atield. .1. Cashmore kul Uio vi.-i'ors and A. Le Maitre the home team. Mr Jus. Rhymer had charge of the game. At the bounce, Mt. Wallacs too!: cliarge, and very soon 11. Le Maitre. from a nice mark in front, punted their first, goal. With the play still in favor of Ml. Wallace, Percy libs gins, a promising young forward, added another sixer. The ipiarte'.' ended thus—Mt. Wallace, 2."2; Our didwarrah, nil. In the second (juar ter, .Mt. Wallace .still l:i.pi up their dash, but- ...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 May 1914

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. ilow some si:cl'i:ki) si ccks.s. ). Cultivate ami perteel your iilr«» Kxperimenl. Tiie world is fur M>melhing a.w, which, however sim pie it lyay !k:, will savo-wibur,--oy *r.c pon.-e, or do limits butter. Lei it h>': move convenient. or promote ph'a.>uru ledtice WJ'.St**. l'oop.'o «1ij handle tilings in every day n>\.' are the natural inventor;* ,,f better tilings, and the natural eapu... Ut> cr io-ram ruw. U« a 1 th.- spVlid'd ;»•;V i*-»; iiijit tis»:> gives. Learn th>» procedure as to |>i leiitin^ i:: th- chioi countries tl^n mtuio your own legal inouopuly i : your rights l»y hceninij; a patentee, Il thai workman «-r io'vmai. t r your i!5p>nioii. JI'm-iuI lj:is prmlu>:«*1 •* eK'ver invention, put hiin on tiie tr;n about patent* by idling him wh.-i he ean obtain the '"Inventors' (iui<h\' 3. For your^eh. obtain this which tolls wl:at to invent, where io pat-nt, how to sell patents, tiie pii« invention- have sold for. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 14 May 1914

FOOTBALL ACCESSORIES ARE BEST BOUGHT HERE! ii.\i;ti.i:v nuos.. th<* i»»u <Vntrr, Supplier ll»c ItKvr HMiT. IS.»I,1.S ut (ho* Lotvefct I'oakUiIo I'rlcr S|M*rla! X l!.irtl«*y Spceinl 13/r, Spli-fh'tl .. ,« .» .. .. it).* 1'ODTKAl.L C1,OTIIIX<;. Men's risll-slzu .lorsovs 4/ Men's Sinnll-sr/." .lervy* c, While iM'ili iviil'kfi's .. .. 20, U' I: I t 11 • I Mi ,iu;i r» •• Kulelc.Ts .. ^,-i; l.iiiwj Kiih-!.'ers StwUUi^s. M"n's Sir.<> M ttoots r-VO. v.\ n. jj/i KlaMk- listiMfl^PS. AtiV.lf Str:q»<. Slops inscoiwr fnvK.v m ci.i t;s. Semi f'T our Fr<-.- F.ist UttUs anO r»\inn-». HARTLEY BROS. SIMOiTS ANI» »*Yri.i: STni:i>, 148 SWANSTON ST. MELB.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 21 May 1914

the Ballarat Trustees Exccutors and Agency Company, Ltd. Office : Camp it., Ballarat. PI R.15C'JO I! S—John McLeod. (elmir man), Hon. J. 1'. MnlJoimlil, M.L.C., fc'mnk f termini, .T. I). Wooleott, J. P., J)r llobort Scolt, George Lewis. This Company Acts: ] — As .Hwunlor :md Trustee in a Will i—As Trustee in .Marriage niul oilier SetlleiiuMits. II—As Attorney under l'over for Ab sentees. ■I—A.s Attorney for' Aliment -Exeoutoivi und Trustees. 5—As General .Agents. Trustees in Jistales can transfer their Trusteeship to tiiis Company. ExectiUvvs appointed in a Will ean j transfer to this Company before ; l'roliato is applied for, and sub sequently. - It is your Duty to make your Willi Do it now, and appoint The Ballarat Trustees, Executors and Agency Co., ltd., Your Executor anil Trustee. J*1 nil particulars from— JOHN GLASSON, Manager. NEVETT & NEVETT, BARRISTERS & SOLICITORS, 11 Lydiard St., Ballarat. Will visit liallan oil the last Thtirsdn}' (Sale Bay) in each month...

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Cycling and Motor Notes. AUSTRALIAN AND ENGLISH. Dunlop Rubber Co. Ltd., Melbourne Ride Dunlop tyres—they are the best. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 21 May 1914

Cycling anj Motor Nolis. i § I AUSTRALIAN' ANTD JiNTLTSU. Duul >;» Il'iUtui* Co. fit l.« Mibimrii ! Ride Dunlop tyi'os—l.r»;y arc (.Ins host. ' Messrs 10. F. Iloichenbu :h in id J. lAihoy, Ui« two well knowi Victorian 1 o11y distance cy<;ii.sfc•!, lef . Adelaidu for Port Darwin at noon list Thurs day (May L tl.li) in an dime Arthur McDonald': ing record of days 151) They were favored with li and had an oath'isiast i amongst tlioso wishing tli• • 11l "good luck" bijiu-_j A. MacDonal-1, whose wonderful ride has stood for nearly 10 years. The Uv.i riders, cxeept for slight deviations along the Transcon tinental route, will follow practically the .same track us MclJonald did in August, 1S'J;J, their estimated mile age being 20-10 miles, as against the record holders 2006 miles. 1 Jit!i mon are riding Turnor cycles fitted with -H"».sii»-1 varia.k1-* a—(riving a range of 47iu, 04in an I rf tin, and shod with thoru-proof Dimlop tyros. The approximate weight- of each ma chine,...

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GREENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 21 May 1914

GIIEEXDALK. TJio Lite rains have had a bene ficial ett'oot, mill there is ovory pros pect of ;i good season. The erectim of the Greetulale Uallan lelcplDiie line, which is in the capahlo hams of .Mr II. J-Eyntt, of Blakeville, i; shortly to be under taken. Its completion is eagerly awaited by I'^il residents. During t'lu cricket season j nst closed, the (rroendalo team took part in twelve ma'ches, winning eight and losing two, vliilst two were drawn. The leading hitting averages were— V. 13. Peter, 20; .Ik. Wlielan, Ui. The most successful bowlers were 11. L/idgett mill lor. Wliehin, who had splendid avenges, viz: — Mat iios Kims Wks Average H. Liilgett 1 270 3S 7.3 Jer. Wlielan 1: 103 -U si.s Souosi;s ?\>ot,— Kvi't'y woman who wishes I" .]>]>i'ar beautiful should ,IISC "Soiiosis" U: 11»' skill, it beim,' un surpassed in prL'fi'vinj; (lie oomploxion. Souosiis Skin" .i7ooi> is Fhhsiikxix.s, Soi'TuxiNii. Cminsini; ami Bi: uti rvi nm. miike.1 all bli'iislics studi a...

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GORDON. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 21 May 1914

, | GOUDO>*. Tho new' Roman Catholic presby tery at Gordon was blessed and opcu ened on Sunday last by Archbishop Carr, who was accompanied by Fath ers Mulcahyj and Conway, after 11 o'clock mass. V The building is a spa cious brick onfe, containing 10 rooms. The tender ofltho contractor (Mr Ire land, o£ Melbourne, amounted to £2,150. The arehitoct3 ware Messrs Kempson and Conolly. The collec tion < on Sunday amounted to £450, making a total of £1000 alroady col lected towards, paying otf tho debt. •Appropriate mr-jic for the occasion was rendered iJr the choir from St. Alipin's Church, Ballarat liast, undo? tho leadership of Mr Mackey. Mrs Bloink presided at tho organ. After.a discourse on prayer, Arch bishop Carr said tliat if the Catholic faith would ever bo lost in Australia tho fault would bo with the. priests, and not with the people, who were continually orectiug monuments to their faith wherovor lis wont. Ho had never known Catholic peoplo to refuso any appeal m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 21 May 1914

i Woods" Ureal, Peppermint.Cure,'.for j Coughs uml Colds, nevey fails, l/"*s

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METHODS OF DIAGNOSING TUBERCULOSIS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 21 May 1914

METHODS OF DIAGNOSING TUBERCULOSIS. Is there IIIOI'O than ono tuberculin test in use; ii so, how many':' \N hen is the difference, it' (my, between tlio intradermal test and tluvm.d lv>VV Ave there iiliv other diseases ur conditions, other thiin beiii;^ intcclc'I with tuber culosis, that will cause ii cow to r. act!' It, has been, saiil tlj:>l iiii infccud In 10 may lie tiealetl to pi event any reac tioii; .is that a fact:- Thus writes correspondent to "Hoards Dairy maii" (U.S.), and that payer answer:, as follows:— ■ There are three methods yl' diag nosing tuberculosis — the ophthalmic, the intradermal, and the thermal test, the latter being the most common. The ophthalmic test consists of put ting a «milII ^iiaitljty^ ojr vtKja'mtlil' tuberculin is diluted or a salve is made of it. In eighteen hours or less, it illy animal be tubercular, there :» shown a marked iullauimaiion oi tin mebraiies of tin; eye and a slight dir. charge. If the animal is free from tumlvreulo.,is thes...

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