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Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 16 July 1914

Sunday Services. Presbyterian Ciuuvli — II and 7; Kgerton, .'1—Jiev. K. J. Weli-li. Chnrrli of England—Ballan, IL-anil 7 Melhodist Church—Sunday: Ballan— Evening at 7-^Mr Weir.

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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Ballan Horticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 16 July 1914

Bailan Horticultural Society. Tlio an 11 mil mooting of members of Horticultural Society was held on Monday hist, .Mr U. Shankland (presi dent) boiny iu the chair. The balance sheet, which showed a credit balance of iClO/O/8 was ad opted. The following officers- were elected for the ensuing year:— President—Dr Blaubaum. ' . Vice-Presidents— Messrs P. Spen cer and J. Gascard. Hon. Treasmer—Mr T. Adams. A hearty vote of thanks was passed to the retiring president, Mr Sliauk laiul; also other retii'iug otlicevs. The usual monthly meeting wa» then held, when the dato of the an nual show was fixed for Wednesday, December 9th. The following sub-committee was appointed to reviso the prize list— Mrs Shankland, Mrs C. F. Myers, Mrs Ttlaubaum," Mrs Mehrcus, Miss Gascard, Miss .1. Myers, Dr Blaubaum Messrs R. Shankland, P. Spencer, J. Bence, E. Flack, A. Stewart, and P. <T. Mehrens—to meet -on Wednesday, August 5th. Balance sheet and auditors' report to be advertised. Messrs Jas. H....

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

INSURE WITH THE PHOENIX A8SURARGE CO LIllTEi. „ row FIRE. AGCIBENT, EMPLSYEHS LIABILITY, WORKER*' COIBPE* . . . 8 AT I ON INSURANCE. . . . ACTIVE AGENTS WANTEft. WHKRB KOT RF.rRRSRKT*"V• Fn!! Purtienlsre applirniim- w DALCETT ® CO: LTO, MELBOURNE. (Manager* tor Victoria.) SCHUTZE % CO., Pure WoellM UNDERWEAR Manufacinrm. Ladies, Gentlemen's and Children's Combinations, Singlets and Drawers, ate., made to measure. Price'' Lists and Sample* en application. BLOCK ARCADE, MUbflHrm. 28? Collins-street. Take Lift. THE LEVIRTHHN SQUHRE □DEHLd □SHLED It's here again --- this Most Sensational af Melbourne Sale Times, with all its wonderful, big, genuine true-to-name Bargains in Men's Wear, Boys" Wear, Ladies' Costumes, Blouses, and Raincoats. 2 OREAT TAILORINB SPECIALS 8ELF-MEA3UREMENT PORM8 YOU ARE OFFERED the Superb Materials and ultrafine tailor* ing of our 90/- Suits to Order. A Grand Saving Chance (or the man who wants the Extra Good. PQ8T FREE, WITH FUl L VAlAJf GOOD ST ft F CORNER SWA...

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The Ballan Times. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. BALLAN, Tuesday, JULY 16, 1914 [?] and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 16 July 1914

UHtb Ball an JlTimes. KVB'SV Ttl'.'rt'UY. 13alo.iv. Tut■••.-my, iui.v 1(5, 1914 ii:id General News. For Bronchial Coughs, t-tlce Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6. Dog owners sliould note that poison lias been laid in the Ingliston paddocks. Skating at tho local riuk on Satur day night. A meeting of business people is called for Thursd ty nig'ii., J11I3* 10, For the purpose of considering the Saturday half holiday question. Tho many Friends of Mr Charles Ford will regret, to learn of the death of his mother, who expired suddenly at her residence, Hcremboke, on Mon day last. The funeral took place in the Stciglita cemetery yesterday. Ast a result of the conference with the Buiiinvong shire councillors, held yester day, it was ag.'ceil, after careful con sideration and pftrusal of accounts, that the IJtininyong members recommend that £9i> be passed for payment, and that the llallan shire representatives rcooinmeud Ihe acceptance of same. The hull in connection with the liallan j Fo...

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Ballan Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 16 July 1914

Ballan Mechanics' Institute. 'Die monthly committee moating was held on Tuesday night, when the following wore present:—Messrs W. E. White (president, in the chair), J. Gascard,- It. Shiinkhuul, Dr Blau baum, J. II. Walsh, D. II. Fraseer, Rev 1£. J. Welch, and J. W. Yen ablcs, lion, secretary. Mr Walsh, on behalf of tho book committee, reported that a number of now books had been placed in circu lation. ilr Wolch said somo time ago he brought up the question of new seats. He moved that tho proceeds of the recent conccrt bo expended in new seats Seconded by Mr Gascard and lost. Mr Gascard thought something was required to improve the seating. Mr 1'Yaser said it would bo a mis take to move at present, but it would be better to wait until sufficient money was available to put in chairs for the front portion of the Iin.ll. Mr Walsh thought that as tho Ballan Dramatic Society had raised £9/10/S for the institute, something might be done in recognition of that assistance. Messrs Gascard a...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER VIII. A FACE IN THE CROWD. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 16 July 1914

THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER VIII. A FACE IN TUB CROWD. "It is oasy to see whom Miss Ham ilton favours," baid Lady Elfrida rna Bowualy, as the only rival whom she would acknowlodgo to be dangerous earn* down the next morning ready dressed for the Aldershot races, in a beoaming costume of soft grey plush* and deliuately tinted marveilleuse wiih • knot of crtason ribbon on the top of her parasol. "If Bluebottle were enly running to-day, Mr. Dererel, 1 would have put a diamond-fly ou my shoulder." ' "You make me wish he were. Light foot is sure to win, so Miss Hamilton is on the right side." Nevertheless, though he took uer part, Cis Doverel would have liked to see any other color on his fiancee's sunshade. Why was it that she in all circumstances identify herself with Val Beresford, a man whom she had known for a fortnight i He asked Himself that question a hundred times a day, but as yet without finding a favourable answer. Oie had so arranged matters tliat Ida Hamilton, Mary Somers, ...

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Sporting News. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 16 July 1914

Sporting News. FOOTBALL. Ballan will not make the journey to Leigh Creek on Saturday. Ballan visited Wallace on Saturday last with a weak team, and were de feated by 3-A points, the scores being: Wallace—5g 7b—37 points. Ballan—Og 3b—3 points. Leigh Creek (3g Sb) beat Egerton (2g 5b). following is the draw in connec tion with the district association: — July ISih: Leigh Creek v. Ballan. Kgerton v. Wallace. July 25th: Wallace v. Leigh Creek Ballan v. Egerton 1'ojitiox of Cluks. Pos. Points Clut) Won Lost Dm'.vi: t Points Scar.d Wallace 6 0 0 u 21 Leigh Creek & 2 (1 ■I t 1(5 IS.ill in 1 o 0 u ■1 Egerton 1 5 0 24 ■1 For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6. Woods' Greut Peppermint Cine, for Coughs and Colds, never fails, 1/0. I —:

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

i." •. AFTER A CLOSE INSPECTION :: :: Of the Furniture that comprises our prices come at a pleasant surprise. Your notion of cost will be found to be wm fully extravagant if you have ba^Mi jtur ostnBfttn on the prices charged elsewhere. We're always pleased to see you on a visit of inspection aalf, because our stocks always create an impression of quality and nhM that it does not pay you to forget Most interesting items are Lounge Chairs Call in and see them or write for our free illustrated furnbbhtf guide, filled with accurate pictures and saving prices. Here is an extract of some of tbo prices. No Melbourne offers you sueh value. Adjuilabla Lounge Chair, OO//* itrong and comfortable - «4/v Odd ' Siddle-Btg Genii' am/ Easy Chain - Leather Ditan Eaijr Chain QyjQ Lounge Chairs, upholstered in ait cretonne, {torn Platform Rocker', to tlrong btackwood frames, covered with best «■ a is* Bruueli Carpet - • Itp/O 18/6 Eight-Pi«u Oik Omin| Suit*. raxi'm fcunea io tcSd o«k, upHalilfitd it ...

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

PlNK ■_ ■SJ'; • <.^y for tv:drci>. iclievuig . . £ fx* • : ^ ..ad moi c .<.. H(i. [ : ,-^ethint; for fevrrlshnefs, constipation, and pre venting coflvtf/siom. Contain ao morphia. nncUnC&& Absolutely aa/c for the POwO^^yo^stinfarit. Good *a*^ (o: older children too. AHCtierotats, 1*. per Pcsktt. T«3^2E233^:i^

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

[TOO CAN HAVE REV DIESWS E ia all the latest ikito aal styles. aal at little tspcaM. with At aid ef Diaamd Dyes. It it at Hir u wathlaj a chief to predacc tfcoM aew ikUn «M Diamtnl Dyes. Tkij aiki the attarill iMk like acw. Ym nay kait km liuiMiM M the resalts obtained ia aaittiapt to in Mac Material with mm attar dye. II m, try a fickait it Diaauad Dm aal yra will at «bm he uniuW taat tfcsf art ly far sanrior te aay ether dye ia tkt wmM, aad will always gin that char brifht shale m desired. Writ* («}DtrMti(a ktk aai " Tnll Aim SfM Uf Hmi Om." MtilW itn if** »»liwii»« * WELLS * BIGHABDSOR CO, is vcmmiu ituit .% CATHEDRAL HOTEL tWANSTON STREET, and adjoin in| Flinders-st. and PrM Stations. MELBOURNE. Trams, Trains and Motar 'Bum* tc a(t paffla Every Accommodation; Lift, Nl|ht Porter. Modwata Tart*. Tl, I# CM T. WHELAN. Proprietor. (Late «f FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. 1. Cultirate and perfect your ideas. Experiment. The world is eager for something new, which, ho...

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DUCK FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 16 July 1914

DUCK FARMING. «B* S.H.8.) There are two principal seasons when ducks may be hatched,' but ae a mat ter of fact they may be hatched sat isfactorily any month of the year ± hare set eggs every; season and secured good result®, but 1 favour the autumn and spring months. It is not gener ally wise be hatch hen eggs outs/tle ot three or four months, and those months should be in the spring, say fnom Au gust to November, whereas duck eggs can be hatched with the greatest ot success during March, Aprii, May and June, tho autumn and early spring months, and August, September, Oc tober, and. November^ and even De cember in tho" spring'arid early sum mer. I prefer April end May in tho Autumn, and September Ootober an<l November in tlio spring. Autumn hatching is not gcnorally undertaken by the average duck man, as eggs are so valuable during this timo, and many think by hutching out of season, a« it were, good results must follow. But it i6 not out of reason with tl-o ducks. 1 mean ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 23 July 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 23 July 1914

Mysterious Stomach Troubles. Principal Cause Revealod.. A great deal of mystery is made about stomach tronbles, and many people go in constant dread of life long incapacity or the horrors of the operating table just becauso they ex perience pain in the region of the stomaoh for which" tlioy cannot ac count. Instead of looking for the cause of tho trouble, they seem only too ready to describe themselves as ! "martyrs to iiuligestion" or "chronic dyspeptics." Excessive acidity is said to be the direct cause of more than 90 per cent, of all stomaoh troubles,, and, accord; ing to many ominont physioians, the occasional use of a reliable antacid, such as half a teaspoonful of pure bisurated magnesia in a little water after tueals, will do moro towards righting stomach derangements than all the patent foods and'medicines evor invented, because this gets at the root of the trouble—stops fer mentation of {he food contents, ai;d neutralises tho acids which otherwise would irritate and infiam...

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Federal Elections. The Ballarat Seat. MR COLDHAM AT BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 23 July 1914

federal elections. The Ballarat Seat. j[b oold"am at Bai,u». „ ri Ooldliivm, tho Libotal 'Uv Kullafal, Bpoko in tho f tpanics' hall on I .'.day „ w.is >\ good attendance, ?r0f Indier, and tho chair J- Ousciwd, briefly intro Jtbe candidate. iiam, who was well re A said CoWlinni, wiiu "»= id he was sorry that he had to f Oil ,*• but' ,,la to fulfil two engagements t i,ico. u»had tl-usted t0 locu;1 ^ tlioy had got bogged. they were enabled to re tli the present weather and ■,»" conditional tho up-to-date II. nf the »o»r future would J travel by aeroplane. Well, t, „ot havo an aeroplano, and \ not ,B« nP in U i£- ho haJ" <bl«.) ■ ■ j Coldhaai went on to sny:—1 es •t » privilege and an honor to La to carry the banner into afronfc of what I consider, will SUms Oght. While I realise wiiaousauss of tho fight, I hope Ltl may be enabled, anyhow, m on the contest in iv fair and Jjulike manner. (Hear, hear) , above all, to bo able to carry ,e' eonteat without that bad of bitternes...

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Ballan Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 23 July 1914

Ballan Rifle CIuIk A meeting1 of the committee of Hit above Club -was held on Wednesday night week, thero being present:— Capt Fraser fin tlio chair), Messrs .T.. H. Walsh, R. Shankland, J. P. An drew, W Andrew, and M. O'Hehir,. secretary. Tho following report and, balanco? sheet were adopted: — "Commencing the year with a bal ance of £2/4/6, receipts from all sources totalled £G8/3/ll, The ex penditure for tho same period was: £64/5/9, leaving a balance of £3/18/2. Iu addition there is a sum of £18/17/4,-. in the local branch of the Savings. Bank. "Fifty-five member* fired the course only four failing to make themselvea. efficient. Tho efficients were classi fied as follows:—Table "B"—Marks man, 19; 1st class, II; 2nd class, 2;. 3rd class, 2. Table "A"—1st grade,. 14; 2nd grade, 7. Mr R. Lidgett,. who scored 182 in " the mufikotry course for 1913, headed the lists for Ballarat Ride Clab* Onion. "Six matches were fired during the year. "Mr Sliankland's proposal to have monthly sweep...

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 23 July 1914

Obituary. Gradually tha pioneers of tho Bsratubako district are passing away. Groat regret wa* felt whon it becaino known that Mrs Margaret Ford (widow of the lute Mr Charles Ford) had passed away oq Monday 14th. The deceased lady had not enjoyed good health for some time past, hut appeared to bo as well as usual on Sunday evening when she retired, but early on Monday morning hhe was taken ill and passed peacefully away. The deceased lady was born at Tipperary in August 1S29, and oarne to Australia in tha early fifties. She had a vivid rocollection of Black Thursday, being than a resident of Drysdale. Shortly after this she was married to Mr Ohas. Ford (who died about 11 years ago). The discovery of gold at Ballarat led them thera, and they wore among the first, settlers in the BeremSoke district. The sur viving family, with whom the greatest sympathy is expressed, consists of Mr C. Ford (well-known contractor),. Ballan; Mm Mulhall, Brighton; Mrs Bourke, Geelong; and Mr James, and M...

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GARDEN WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 23 July 1914

GARDEN WORK< Dahlias have complied their flower ing, and are sufficiently matured lh growth to have their tops come hack to within 12"m. from .the ground, ami the stakes removed, preparatory to lifting the stools and storing them away for the winter. In digging them up, be careful not to detach the tubers from .the stems. Shako the earth iff, carefully label each kind, and store them away in a fairly dry, airy place. Tree dahlias are still in flower, and must not be taken out of the ground for about a fortnight. The variety Imperialist is Very showy, with its pure white pendant, bell-shaped blos soms. Leslie is a new variety, with very large, handsomo, mauvo colored flowers. Now is tho time to commence tlio planting of these most esteemed and beautiful of Nature's productions. Roses aro more in demand than over, For cut, flowers they aro unequalled, not only for their unrivalled beauty, but also for the delightful iragranco of many-of the varieties. The numer ous species ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 23 July 1914

Soboses Skin Food.—Every woman vtho wishes to appear beautiful should use "Soboses" for the skin, it being un surpassed in preserving the complexion. Sokosbs Ski.v Food is Fkesbb.vinq, softening, Cleavsin'o and Beautifying, makes all blemishes such as Pimples, Freckles, Wrinkles, Sunburn, and Sallownkss disappear like magic. Price, 2/9 per jar. Obtainable at G, C. Flack's Ballan, Ledgers, cash books, rninnto books, day book*, pen oarbcm books, order books, pocket boobs, in fact, every thing in the account book line stocked at the "Time*" office. With pen, ink, or paper you can be snited at the "Tiraos" olfict\ .

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HEALTH SUGGESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 23 July 1914

HEALTH SUGGESTIONS. As a moans whereby they can red den tiic cheeks, not every woman un derstands xhe beuefioial effect of • brisk rubbing with a slightly dampen ed towel. It freshens the skin, gives it color, takes off the rough outer sur face, and makes the complexion look youthful. Soap should not be rubbed on sponges, nor should they be left in water. l)o not wring, but squeeze them out, and hang on a nail by a string. Sponges should be washed in warm water in which a sma'l quantity of tar taric acid iias been dissolved. This will keep them soft and a good color. Take care not to use too much tar taric acid, or it will spoil them. As a general rule those who suffer with their "nerrea" should be care ful not to go away to a braoing seaside place when they are feeling below par; strung £0a ail- is unfjuooli.iD»lilj rorj irritating to nervous subjects, and may lead- to sleeplessness and other un pleasant symptoms in people of this type who arc suffering from over strain. jf the ski...

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Sporting News. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 23 July 1914

Sporting News. FOOTBALL. Teams representing Ballan and Mt. Wallace met on the local ground, on Saturday last. The visitors could only master about 10 men, and the team was made up of local substitutes, including several veterans, who show ed that they had not forgotten the fine points of the game. The match proved rather easy for the locals, the scores being:— Ballan—7g 3b—45 points. Mt. Wallace—lg 6b—12 points. Goal-kickers—Ballan—E. Lay (2), Goodwin, S. Lay, Benco, Porter aud W. Webster. Mt. Wallace—Mar shall. . Scott, of Ballarat, umpired. The winners were well served by Porter, Lay Bros., Webster Bro3., Rudd, Graham, Jones, and Bence. Mfc. Wallace's best were Hutchens (best man on the ground), Glenister, Sullivan; Marshall, Robertson, Blau bautn, Hayas, and L. Anderson. For Children's Hacking Cough at Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 1/0. Wallace (5g 8b) boat Egoi'ton (4g 4b). Ballan gave Leigh Creek" a walk over. Egorton will visit Ballan on Satur day. Ballan's eighteen wil...

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