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Potato Inspection Fees. PROTEST BY MR HOGAN, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 9 July 1914

Potato Inspection Fees. PllOTKST I1Y Mi! 1T.OOAN, M.L.A. Speaking on the Address-in-ltoply in the Legislative Assembly last week I Mr K J. Hogiiii referred to the in spootiou fee and restrictions on tho export of potatoes to Western Aus tralia. He said— For two yoars this was in opera tion, as far as J. can iind out, without any member of this Honso knowing anything about it. The honorable mcmbor for Port Fairy informod me the other day that members repre senting potato-growing districts did not know that tho charge was being imposed until I brought tho matter up in this House. Now twelve months aEtor I brought it up tho Primo Minister says it should be put an end to. Ho has had tho powor to put an end to it, and it was brought under his notico twelvo months ago. It is nn unconstitutional imposition. I road sections of the Federal Consti tution dealing with tho question twilvo months old, and it is unneces sary to repeat them. I then asked the Govornment to bring the matter under th...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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Sporting News. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 9 July 1914

Sporting News. FOOTBALL. Wallace (3g 8b) beat Loigh Creek (3g 2b). The secretary ii arranging' a match with Wallace Tomporanoo, to be played at Dalian with tho local juni ors on Saturday. • s Balluu will visit Wallace on Satur day, tho drag* leaving at 12.30 sharp. Owing to arrangements having been made to start the above match at 3 o'clock, players are notified that they must bo ready to catch the drags, which will leave at 12.30 sharp. Ballan's oightoen will bo chosen from:—Lay (3), Graham (2), Flack, Smith, Mediae, Goodwin, Anderson (3), Sheriff, Elliott, Heath, Day (2), Marshall, Rudd, Davies, Hyatt, Hau ralian, Coker (2), Jones, Pearpoint (2), Reed, Walters, McBcan, Myers (2), Collins, Webster, McKay, Berry (2), McCoppiu, Tuohey, O'Hehir (3), Chambers, Cousins, Bull, Silling, Dcnsloy (2), Bonce (2), Grant, Lalor, 1 Bennett, Porter, Campbell, Kennedy (2), Cooper, Gascard, Duncan, Rob bius, Grieves, Hishon.-' Following is the draw iu connec tion with the district association:— I ...

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The Ballan Times. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. BALLAN, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1914 Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 9 July 1914

Itlje Ball an Mimes. rUBMSIIBD BVKKY THI/R-SDAT. Ballax, Thursday, Juli" !), 1911" Local and General News. For Bronchial Coughs, talce Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/0. Skating ufc the local rink on Satur day night. The .annual meeting of members of the Kalian Rifle club will bo hold on Wednesday, 15tli_inst., at 8 p.m." The monthly meeting of the Bac chus Marsh Shire Council will be held ou Monday next. The committee of the Ballan and Pentland Hills A. and P. .Society1 will meet on Saturday, lltli inst. In this issue, Mr John Myers re turns thanks to the ratepayers for his unopposed election as a councillor for the Central riding. The meeting arranged for Saturday next in connection with the Victorian farmers' Union, has been postponed indefinitely. The annual mooting in connection with the Ballan Horticultural society will be held on Monday, July 13th, at 8 p.m. , i As a result of the recent dramatic entertainment in aid of the Ballan Mechanics' Institute, a net profit of £9/10fo...

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Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 9 July 1914

Sunday Services. Presbyterian Church — Ballan, 11 and 7; Pentlnml Mills, 2.30—Her. E. J. Welch. Bungeeltap, 11; Beremboke, ■1.30—.Mr J. -U. Thomson. Church of England—Ballan, 11 and .Methodist Church—Sunday: Ballan— Kvening at 7—Air Weir.

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Cycling and Motor Notes. AUSTRALIAN AND ENGLISH. Dunlop Rubber Co. Ltd. Melbourne [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 9 July 1914

Cycling and Motor Notes. AUSTRALIAN AXD liXGLISil. Dunlop Rubber Co. LU.. Melbourne Ride Dunlop tyres—they are the best. Particulars are to hand of the In ternational Indianapolis "500" mile" race decided in America at the end of May. The event piovided a magnifi cent struggle between 30 of the fin est drivers and fastest cars in the world. Glorious weather favored tho race, which drew u tremendous gate of 125,000 people, all of whom had to pay high prices to witness tho great struggle for over £10,000 worth of prizes. Out of that amount the visiting contingent won .over £8000. The winner was Rene Thomas, as was cabled to the Dunlop Rubber Co. at the time. Before the event he said ho would uvemgo 83 miles por hour for the 500, and; lie made good by averaging close on S2,v. From the word "go" the pace was torrific. Tho first of the favorites to drop out was tho English representative, J. Chas siigne, who, through bursting a cover on one of tho bankings, side-skidded, broke a wheel, a...

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 9 July 1914

Obituary. Mr Ed win Arnold, aged SC yoars, died suddenly at the residence of his granddaughter, "Mrs F. J. Mehresls, ou Monday morning last. The de ceased, who was born in Kent, Eng land, came out in the ship "Ladv Flora," and resided in this State for 63 years, most of that time being spent at Qeelong. Ho was a ship mate of the late Mr and Mrs George Flack, son., and family, others on board being tho late .Mr Peter Silling and the late Mr Simmons. The re mains were interred in the Oakleigh Cemetery on Wednesday.

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CAUGHT IN AN ELEPHANT TRAP. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 9 July 1914

CAUGHT. IN AN ELEPHANT TRAP. '"Everyone* knows the story of tho /nari. m Jndin." who, one dark night, fill into a trap sot for elephants, Imii managed to save himself by catching hold of the 'top of the pit with the tips of his lingers and clinging on to the earth like grim death. Ho was unable to climb up rinri for an hour or so ho hung on (o Uie top. crying* out at .intervals for' tho help that never came. At lensith, just, as daylight, was dawn ing, he could hold on no longer and wiih a cry. closed his eyes as ho re leased his grip ami dropped down— down—down—about two inches ! He had been hanging all the time with his' feet almost touching the floor of the p|t. A .somewhat similar experience bo fcll a r-kater on tho iiiout at Finch ley. the other day. He was skating along when, coming to some very thin ice under the trees, he quickly found himself immersed. Down he went, then came floundering to the ; gurfaec again crying loudly for help. Several bystanders ran ofl to get ropes ...

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SURE PROOF. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 9 July 1914

SURE PROOF. The maiden asked—"Can you make me beautiful?" "For five shillings,." said the witch, "I can make you so beautiful that all the men will turn ito stare at you as you pass." The maiden smiled disdainfully. Her experience had taught her that this was not such an easy matter. "For ten shillings," said the witch, "I can make you bo beautiful that the photographer ""ill copyright your pic tures." "Still .the maiden, unsatisfied, shook her head. - "For fifteen shillings—and only at that price," said the witch, "I can make you so beautiful that you will not hare a woman friend in the world, "Ah," cried tho maiden rapturous ly, "that will be beautiful indeed." Information has been given to th«' polce at Mordialloo that between 8.4 and 10 a.m. on Friday, a bag con taining two £1 notes and £37 10/ in gold was stolen from the Atpendal* railway station.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 9 July 1914

Slating! .. At Ballnii Mct-hanics' Kail. EVERY SATURDAV NIGHT, 7.:K> I.) ID. PRICKS—Admission, (Id; Skates. I/.— Floorage (t'<»r Hium» with own skates) Cd. Children uiuier 1(». liali'-priee. Half-proceed* in aid of Institute. Skate boy enijayed. M. O'Heliir, J. T. Cooper, Prop. ! J. L. FURNESS, SURGEON DENTIST, 322 Sturt St., BALLARAT. (Jfear Lester's llolel). Hay be consulted at Gl'KJfEY'S COFFKK PALACE on 1st & 3rd Saturday in Each Mouth. Mr I. Leslie Elvins, Of Bacchus Marsh, TTill visit BALI/AX every 1st & 4th Thursday, Aud may be consulted on all branches of DENTISTRY At Miis McTCexzik's Tea Kooms. Honrs—11 a.m. till I p.m. Dugdale & Creber, Barristers and Solicitors, QCEESSL.iXD Bl'IUMNMS, SI-SS WlM.lAM St., MF.i.i'.orKvi', use noon \uom Coi.i.ix.- St. VI ^ILL attend at their otiice. liallan oil Wednesday of cadi « eek anil on Sale'days; otherwise by appointment. Trust ami other moneys to lend at current rates. J. P. McDonnell, 415-417 Col...

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HOW A STEEPLEJACK WORKS [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 9 July 1914

KQW A STEEPLEJACK WORKS, One of the. most striking ct fries In the Murrli magazine in nil inter view with Mr. J. Smith, belter known• 11s the famous Lancashire steeplejack." which appears in the current issue of the '• Windsor." Describing his ordinary method of setting to work on a mil factory chimney. tlit' interviewer pays : The steeplejack's appliances for the siiccc.sffiil compl.-tion of his al lotted Ia.sk are l.y no means elabor ate. I.;:ii,Urs. pi;>.:iks, miles of rope, huge iron dogs, and p,;ll,.ys const.it> ute the most important items oi his plant. On the occasion of my visit to nock-dale. Mr. Smith was just en E''Ped in the task at scnling n chim ney at Ileywood. In this instance the .chimney was square in shape and me:,M<rW] about ]70ft. jn height The men were i.usil.v engaged in lad dering the structure. The ladders utilised for this purpose measure a bout — li't. in length, and are so con structed that the maximum of stia-ngUi is obtained with a corre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 16 July 1914

There is but—^ ONE Schnapps ... WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 16 July 1914

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Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 16 July 1914

Valedictory. On . Friday evening last, in tho Roman Catholic schoolroom, a fare well social was tendered to Mrs Car berry and Miss Fahey. Thoro was a splendid attendance. Dancing and indoor games wero indulged iu, and a most enjoyable evening was spent by all. Mr Walsh said that in tho absonco o£ both of the priests of tho parish, ho had beon requested tq make thu presentations, and responded to the request with all the more alacrity and pleasure because in common with all present he hold both of the intonded recipients in the fullest respect and ! esteem. When it was learned that | Mrs Carberry and Miss Fahey wero about to leave the district, it was felt I that they could not be allowed to | depart without some tangible expres sion boing tendered of the respect universally entertained for them, and that feeling had culminated in the night's gathering, and tho beautiful presents intended"'for them which could be seen on the table. Both ladies had rendered valuable services to their ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 16 July 1914

Souosns Liquid Pack Powmm,— In ' these days of out-door - life—motoring, polling, boating, ete. — u reliublo anil liannlcsj, liquid powder is one of the iiiMipssities of life. Souosbs Liquid Pack Powdkh is found by experts to be a per IVutly .invaluable preparation and a do •ided improvement till tlio old-fasliionod Ivy powder, lk'sides improving tlio ap- , |iear:mee it nuts as a shield to the deli- i ■ato skin of the Hieo against hot winds, lust, smuts, and other extraneous inafler LViee. 2/9. Obtainable at Cr, C. Flack's Riillan.

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Compilation of Electoral Rolls. Charges Against Const Weppner. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 16 July 1914

Compilation of Electoral I Rolls. I Charges Against Const Weppnor At the 13iilIan court on liYi<(.ly ]( a p.ilico enquiry was ooiiiUietud berorn Ins|>(,-Sii|il.. Milne into olmrjjus mil(|, against Const Wui>l»»or thu" |le di'| recommend that certain nam,., 7" .truck off the electoral roll' j(, ')B milking sufficient untjuirjr. lt Const. Weppnor asked that nil nossas ami tlio.iu hivviug- uotliit,,, ,0 J," with the case bo endured out Unit, was clonu. Inspt Bennett said the li™i was that of John Carberry. ijl 0 ovule 11 ce that a copy of tho !°"S was sent; lo WcppI1U], 0°; hcp.u-po.soolmakinga canvass 10 Statu roll. I hose instructions, had been returned, with tin tmii that tho canvass of tho olucto"'a district of Wiureiihoip, Ball,!n '£! ' !.lad beu". completed. The docu monl in question was producod. To Consfc~ Weppner— You |mT0 been stationed in Balhu, for S01n® mouths It is not a reasonable thinn to expect you to have a knoivled^ . ii- uavu » Knowledge of 10 whole...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 16 July 1914

Sonosus Skin 1Jooi>.—Every woman wlio wishes to appear beautiful should uso "Sobosks" for the skin, it being un surpassed in preserving the complexion. Soiiosns Ski.v Food is FuKsirr.xixo, iSoftksino, CtK.iNsiNo und Beautifyinci, makes all blemishes sueli as Pimpi.es, fiikckr.es, Wki.nklks, Sukbukn, and S'.im.ow.vksb d:iappear like magic. Price, 2/9 per jar. Obta'na'de at G. C, Flack's i'lillun.

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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 16 July 1914

The Rainfall. Following is a record of (lie rainfall ■for U.-illaii; as'registered nl the local I'ost Ollico.. No record is taken on Sundays. Friday ... 17 points Saturday ..... 10 points Monday • 43 points ... Tuesday ... 17 points Wednesday 10 points Thursday ... '34 points Total for 100t .... 2033 Totalfor 1005 ... 2396 ' Total for 1906 ... 358-1 - Total for 1907, ... 1807 Total for 190S ... 16-17 Total for 1909 ... 262-1, Total for 1910 ... 2-510 Tolal for 1911 ... 3767 • Total for 1912 ... 2340 Total for 1913. January ... ... 29 February 88 March • ... ... 929 April ... ... 118 May ... ,481 June t ... ••• 341 • July . ... ... 208 August. \ ... 229, September ..; 174 October ;.. 160 November v ... ' 2-10 December ... ; ... 136 - ■ ' ' 3139 Total for 1914. January February Karfch il April May . June July , 115 V 97 179 185 118 190 890 « GRIBBLE & CO, Tailors and Outfitters, 27. Sturt Street, Ballarat. Have now opened their first ^ shipments of Spring and Summer Suitings. ...

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Ball at Bungeeltap. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 16 July 1914

Ball at Bungeeltap. A plain and fancy dress ball was held in tho Bungeeltap hull 011 l'Vi day night last. Thoro was a good attendance, about 50 couples putting in an appearance, and all had a glori ous time. Mr D. I'Mmonston (tho hon. secretary) had all his arrange ments complete, and the event was a. success, financially and otherwise. Those who appeared iu fancy dress were— Mt's Edmonston—Xursc. Mrs W. Donald—Billiards. J Irs 1''I nek—Winter. Hiss Bunks—Japanese. Miss A. Banks—N'ight. Miss .T. Banks—Folly. Miss Smith—Fronch maid. Miss Flack—1)'lower girl. Miss Darragh—Billiards. Miss Grieves—Bride. Miss Brooks—Bridegroom. Miss Richards—Japanese. Miss Kdiuouston—Gipsy. Mr II. \V7y[arxhal 1—Scotch como dian. Mr A. Sullivan—Clown. Mr A. Ijc Maitro—Sundowner. MftH. Le Maitro—Sultan of Tur key. The gent's prize (gift of Mr .T. T. Darcy) was won by Mr II. W., Mar shall, and the lady's prizo;- (presented by Mr H. 11. Chambers) fell to Miss A. Banks. Tho music was supplied by Mrs Wohlers ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 16 July 1914

I-1IERSMS For.Years He Worked.in Wel Ground, Kid my 'Pains and cUerrible backache. Clements Tonic Cured Thfs;Jetter was written from Tuhbul Station, Via Youii#. N.8.W., Aug., 15 11. Mr. 'Wiseman, the writer, strongly recommends all miners to use this medicine, because it is such a powerful nerve and blood pnriticr that it counteracts the ill-effects of uxuicrsjvouud con.'iuemenf and bad air tipou the system. After reading this letter, get Cleujents Tonic and keep healthy CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "As a miner for'years I worked in wet ground, and now it is telling on me, for ! stiffer with mykidneys and backache and loss of appetite. '/ Doctors in Youog told me I bad hydatids, and said an operation might be necessary.' Their medicine did me no good^' I resolved against it. I was so used ap 1 could not walk far, without a spell. 1 tried all medicines, and pills, sy lift has been a mysery to me, until 1 tried Clement* Tonic. The first and, second bottles had poor effect, but the third did. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 16 July 1914

Mysterious Stomach Troubles. Principal Cause Revealed. A great deal of mystery is made about stomach troubles, ami many people, go in constant dread of life long incapacity or the honors of the operating table just becau.se they ex perience "pain "in the region of the stomach for which tliey cannot ac count. 'Instead of looking for the cause of the trouhle, they seem only too ready to describiwhemselvos as "martyrs to indigestion" or "ehionic dyspeptics." Excessive acidity ii said to be the direct cause of more than 00 per cent, of all stomach troubles, and, accord ' ill}* to many eminent physicians, the occasional use of a reliable antacid, j snch as half a teaKpoonful of pure bisurated magnesia in a little water after meals, will do more towards righting stomach derangements than all the patent foods and medicines ever invented, because, this gets at the root, of the trouble—stops fer mentation of the food contents, and neutralises the acids which otherwise would irritate and infl...

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