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Remarkable Arrest. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 16 January 1914

| , Remarkable Arrest. | '^i engineer. SI. Jean Delpech, tlio ■ Hdil' of a well-known politician, has lie;.'u arrested in.PariB ulong with a friend, a young law student named Girai'diu, on a oimige 01 theft. Tlio arrest has caused a .son?»ation in Pans. AI. Delpcch _warinly protested Ills in nocence. it was poiuted out that to establish tho contrary one must as sume that Al. Jean Doljuob, a young man oi position, hiniselt possessing a private incomo of, it js said, botween UiiUO and JCHOO a year, occupying an important ami lucrative position, and lately married to the daughter of a wealthy man, broke into a Hat adjoin ing that ol a ineud and stole .silver and ornaments of a lace value of only IwU and a marketublo value of less tliiin a third of tliat sum. Jn July last, one night, a M. Bois gontier, a iriund ol Al. Jean Delpech, wJio lives in a iiat in tho Boulevard Kaspail, heard suspicious sounds from the Hat ol his noignbour, Al. Dumas, a paiuter, whom ho knew to bo absent uu holi...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW LINES. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 16 January 1914

NEW LINES. It is estimated that the annual revenue from the_ Chillingollah to Manangatang railway, shortly to be opened, will be £1467, while the profit of new traffic brought to existing lines is also estimated at £1467. The defi ciency for the first year may be £1652. The line will be 18 miles in length, and is estimated to cost £52,837, with £2150 added for rolling stock. Our Golden Grain. Up to Saturday last, 34,974 hags of this season's wheat were trucked away from the Quamba took railway station, while, on the same day, there were about 13,000 bags stacked in the rail way yards. Since Saturday, specials have been the order of the day. On Monday, 1594 bags left our station, and on Tuesday, 1500. =1=.,* Several records have already been broken this season in con nection with the grain traffic. Since the beginning of the trans port season a total of 1,697,027 bags of wheat has been des patched to the seaboard. That quantity is a record for the period. During the same term of last...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMPROVING EGG PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 16 January 1914

ml'ilOVING EGG riiODUOTIOH. To improve egg production aud ex hibition quality m future generations requires u knowleugo ul the producing qualities of tho inuividuai liens, or tlici lamily lino from which tlioy are taken. Unu who liibt suggested breeding lor. egg production maUo tho statement, "Heredity is tlio first /actor." in ex planation oi' tins, iio said that a j^mlU-t iruw parents, both of which had conic from luxvdmg lor egg pioUuctum for .several generations had iur more cli-une el prolificacy ihan hau pullets of uiccrtain ancestors. Lie said fur ther that not all tho female progeny oi prolific parentage inherit potential pro lificacy, meaning that they du not in herit tho latent power to produce mm $ otfgi. Kviuently, however, a lieu in order to excel m egg produc tion must bj able* to eat and assimilate a largo quantity of food; f>he must have such crop capacity as can carry to keep her digestive organs busy to thu roost a Mipply of .food sufficient throughout the night...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 16 January 1914

FASCINATING FASHION PHOTOS Your photograph in your pre sent season's coslumo would prove most fascinating if the dclicote task was entrusted to ' our skilled operators, Full attention is paid to every little detail and results are most pleasing. Prices always moderate. j. remington ALEXANDER Photographic Artist view ST., bendigo ^ ^ (Opp. M»«onic Hall) ^

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COWBOY IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 16 January 1914

COWBOY IN ENGLAND. A young follow "'iauuiMfi Kid," rp peared in court recently in picturesque cowboy, attire, having been j>ummontd tor interfering with the coiui'ovt of pas sengers on tno London Brighton, and South Coast Kailway. llo was fur ther summoned for carrying a loaded revolver, contrary tp tho by-Jaws of the, company. - James Hill, a telcphoiio engineer said on September 0, ho was travelling from tile C'ry&taf l'aluco Low Level station Lu Forest liill by the lO.iJo train. lie was accompanied by his wife and two children. J Hat bolero the train .star ted, tho defendant came to the door ol the compartment, with a revolver ia his hand and remarked, 44 Who says there ain't no room in iwro?" lie i>al down between two ladies, and after the tram started, procnedtu to extract a eartricigo from tho revolver. XJLo plac ed tin's on a coat, but alter a while ho replaced the cartridge. Tho train had only gono a short distance, when tliu delonuant got up, and remarking "I ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUARREL COST A LIFE. OWNERSHIP OF PAIR OF PLIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 16 January 1914

QUARREL COST A LIFE, I ' j UWKKItSlilP OF 1*A1H OKI'LIISRS. Ovor. a pair of pliers u quarrel took plaoo", which resulted on tho alley*! murder of Charles Johnson, » dock'.la borer. The man was found blcedi.ig iroui a terrible gash in tho throat in London, aud Jio expired shortly after staggering lo a,surgery. Sub sequently, Johu Gritfu, or Griffiths, n dart-board maker, surrondored to *ho police, and was charged with murder. JSvents that led up to tho tragedy woro described at tho inquest by (Jharlcs Henry llart, an ablo seaman. Witness said ho was in the kitelion when Grillin oaino in, and walking ip to Johnson said "Where's my pair of pliers?" Johnson replied "I dont know where tho pliers are." Then John son aud Grillin went out together wrangling. Witness heard Johnson say, "They're not worth threepenco/' nnd GriJiin replied, 4,I don't care wno* tlier tliey'ro worth a quid, I want them." About four or iivo minutes afterwards ho saw them standing to gether, still wrangling, in St ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELEGANT ELSIE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 16 January 1914

ELEGANT HLSIIS. "Airs I'1 exclaimcd the proud mother ; and shook her head vigor ously. "My IClsie, for nil her learn ing, hasn't any more airs, so to speak, than hnr poor old dad." ♦"Then she won't turn up her nose at her old friends?" queried the visi tor. "La, no !" "How refreshing 1 Most girls who go through college nowadays will hardly look at you after they've graduated." "Well, they ain't like my Hlsio, that's all 1 can say," retorted Klsie'.i ma. "She's become a carnivorous reader, of course, and she freiuently Importunates music. But, stuck up— my Wlslo ? Not a bit of it,. She's unanimous to everybody, has the most infantile vocabulary, and. whit, is more, never keeps a caller waitin ; while she dresses up. No, fIic just runs down, non dc plume, as she is."

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 16 January 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST ' (13y "llusticua.") | Much is being made of llio discov ery by' tho Couulry Beads Board that I vontublu L;ind of Promiso exists in ! tlio ^ Ueytesbury and Ouwiy Forest (districts. That is, howevor, an old €tory for anyono who has oven a casual knowledge of tho undeveloped resour ces ol Victoria—undeveloped for tho [most part becauso of tho laclc of facili ties which it is tho province of tho Country Heads Board to provide. And it is not for want of eifort on tho part of tho pcoplo who huvo been for moro than a generation struggling to bring these rich productive ureas into their envn, that tho need for railways and j roads have not been recognised by 'tho authorities. Efforts, littlo bhort of desperate have boen put forth by (tho settlers to huvo tho justice of thoir (Claims for assistance recognised. But tho evil of centralisation—tho "pull" of tho peoplo in tho big centres—has rendered theso efforts null. Tho Board, during a recent pilgrimage 'through Ueytesbury...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HEIGHT OF IMPUDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 16 January 1914

THE HEIGHT OF IMPUIHOXCH. Tliey called hint Puny l'cppcr, be cause he vjis, besides one of tho smallest, one of tbc most peppery ofllccra in the regiment. To see him throwing out hits 32-inch chest was tc» he reminded of the frog in the fable who burst with blowing. Whsn he gave his orders in a high treble, he resembled a crow with a cough. One day in a particularly tropical temper, he accosted the regimental giant, and began to abuse him. For a while, the huge private listened in silence. He was used to such scenes, and took them with philosophic calm. Hut at last he grew weary, and call ed out to a brother private "Hill, go anc1 fctch a ladder, will you? T believe be want* to I ox my car* 1"

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLLISION IN FOG. STEAM SUNK IN NORTH SEA. ONLY FOUR OF CREW SURVIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 16 January 1914

COLLISION IN FOG. STEAM Kit SUNIC IN NORTH SEA. ONLY FOUR OF CHEW. SURVIVE. Eighteen lives bavo been lust as tho result of a- recent collision during a dense fog ill tlio North Sea, ill which a British vessel, the North Shields steamer Gardenia, was suuk. Tho | colliding steamer was the London vos .sel G'ornwoud. There wore only four survivors of' the disaster. They wero pioked up and landed at Yarmouth. Tlio Gardenia was bound from Africa to Middlesborough with a cargo of iron oro. At six o'clock in tho morn ing a fog cumo on, und four hours later tho steamer was stopped off Middlecross Sands. In au interview, tho captain who was rescued., stated that ho Heard a stoamor approaching. lie kopt his i whistle blowing, but before' anything could bo done tho Cornwood struck his vessel in No. 4 hold. Tho steamer at onco began to fill with water, and in four minutes went down. The captain had ordered every mnu to put on a ; lifo-bolt, and also ordored tho lifo-boats to bo lowered, but- bef...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROOKS A[?] [?]OME TREES O[?] CESSIVE GENE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 16 January 1914

?OOKS Ak ,OME TREES OC CE8SIVE GBNfc : <; An old-cfitabtlehcd rooked fives aw •r or rcepcctable antiqu'.*# *o * . ."..citing-bouse, says tbo i,.re bavo come the grandfatl.*™ ana 'mat-eraaatatb.;" of the pte«»i oc cupiers. Th! «rcat ,,irds w,aT„ ®" stali With majesty, (or they Imp a» ancestry that Mould command ree i pect and a str<^s* isdependenco ol all assistance trace, U>e owner <>! the ha« been theirs be fore he bouKht or Inherited the place, and in any cum; tbey, cboosc the bronchos farthest: from the erounfl, -.. Una only come tor food frost has made the. earth, too bard even lor thtm to vrork, . The most sncceaslMl viay of K(ar ini: a rookery U'to movo two or. Uirco nests, with their' supporting brand c to suitable trees, ol good sue. 1.1 and planes ot many years otamlinR are-tboso . to.: which rocks comL Unuk.iMst}c<, would ;!>«• »!«»<■. J'SV.', . ■ . settle do vn " crfnttntedly -trith their transported families...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POET AS STOWAWAY. WANTED TO GET TO LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 16 January 1914

POET AS STOWAWAY. I WANTED TO GET TO LONDON. Aii American poot, Horry ■ Komp. was chargod at {Southampton recently with having boon a stowaway 011 board tbo Occanio. < Mr C. F. Hisoock, prosecuting on bobaif of tho Wbito Star Lino, wild tbo facto woro perfectly clear. X'risonoi wilfully t camo on ' board with tho objoct of getting out ol bis own • oouutry and coming to England, Tbo Occanio Joft Now York on Saturday, September 27, at noon, and at half past iivo on tho eanio day, Kemp prosontod himself at tho pur ser's oilico, and handed in tho following letter;— "I otu Harry Kemp, a very well known poot, whoso verso appears quito often in magazines, and I hnvo also a book published; yot; despite all this, 1 found myself penniless m New York, and I wanted to got to Englaud, where I could procuro a London publiaher. X walked on board your vc.ssol, hoping tliat I might work my way." Whon discovered, it seemed pcrfcctly clear, continued Air Hiscock, that Komp inado known his i...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHEN THE WORM TURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 16 January 1914

WHEN THE WORM TURKS. The strangest animal ju the world Is u little green worm found c it Ihe coasts of Ltrittany ami Normandy. On a fine, warm day, when the tidt goes oat, myriads of these "con.'o lula paradoxa" can be seen on tht sands ; but the moment the incom ing tide touches them they vanish underground. Their modr of Jiving i* very extra ordinary. Whsn hatched, they fc«;d voraciously on tiny scaplnuts. in i» week or so their bodies become filled with these green plants, und then tht worms strike. They refuse absolute ly to eat auy more, and the labour of nourishing; them is thrown on thi< plants. The little green plants live imddr t.he worms, just in the same way a? outside, gutting their food from the air which is digested by the worms. But, as age advances, the plants can not keep up with the demands (>l their hosts. -' Then the worms turn uu lh:ir guests, and devour them ;ill. Jl*:» this seals their fate. They arc t.o«* lazy to feed in the rcrf'ilnr w>\y, u...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOSPITAL NURSE'S ROMANCE [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 16 January 1914

HOSPITAL NUKSE'S ROMANCE A protty Irish nurse, Miss Ethel Bur rows, icft Belfast recently bound i'or Durban, where, on her arrival. alio is to bu married to Mr Herbert Walton, a wealthy landowner at Ladysmith. Tho meeting of Miss Burrows and her rlianeo whs of a romantic oliaraotcr. A .few years ago, alio ■ was employed as factory lass irt a Belfast linen firm, but .having shown a taste for nursing nnd anibulanco -work, Dr William M'Kcn zie of Belfabt took an interest in her. and she becaino a probationer in ft nurs ing homo. During tho last 12th of July celebra tions, Mr "Walton, who was on a visit to Ireland, watohed from tho opon first' floor window of tho Grand Central Ho tel, Belfast, an Orangeman's proces sion. Ho was particularly interested in a banner which boro a- portrait of tho lato field marshall Sir George White. Ah n man carried tho Hag past tho hotel Mr "Walton turned to a friend, and remarked: "That is tlio inau who saved my country for Eng land." Noxt moment- ho stu...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 16 January 1914

Bonnington's IrishMo^^ |Bggni -w lor SMAor* Gold* 55-> °^V.WS4.P " Ion's Irish Moss >4h «r G>W a

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSTAL RATES. NEW SCHEDULE DETAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 16 January 1914

f/ ^ POSTAL KATES. NEW SCHEDULE DETAILED. Too new postage rates, which came into forco on 1st May, when penny postage will opcrato throughout tho Commonwealth, aro as follows Letters. Id per £oz. Letter cards, single, Id each ; reply, Id each half. Postcard?, single Id; reply, Id each half. Printed pnpers, as prescribed, Jd per 2oz9. or part of 2ozs. Books printed outsido Australia, Jd. per 4ozs. or part or 4ozs. • Books printed in Australia, J*], per Soza. or part of 8ozs. Mugnzines, that in to say-— (a) Magazines, reviews, serials, and other uimilar publications printed and published in Austrnlia in numbers nt intervals not exceeding thrco months, £d. for 8oze. or part of 8029. (b) Magazines, reviews, aorials, and oilier similar publications (including newspapers) printed und published out Hido Australia in numbers at intervuls not exceeding threo months, £d. per 4ozs. or part of 4ozs. u JJansnrd," that is, reports of Par jiamentary debates printed and pub listied by the nuthority...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
What is Supporting the Local Press? [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 16 January 1914

What is Supporting the Local Press ? What is supporting the local pivss:— Is it sending complimentary tickets and handbills (printed in other towns) with,.a request to attend and give a report (fur the good of thecause)of tin: concert, social, demonstration or religious meeting when the .same 1ms not been advertised in the local paper*.' All ! no, my dear brothcru, it is not. Is it supporting the pre b. to give one inch " advt " and want a £2 report? No, my dearly beloved brcthorn, tho perspiring journalist cannot wash his hands in innoceuey and lind bread, &c., for his family in kskk or ks imssk, pay rent;; wages, taxes, and other heavy charges, unless he in supported decently, unless all nrinting be kept in the district, or unless, ho receives good ndveitising support. Notwithstanding a custom very largely followed, X say don't bo me.in with tho press—encourage it and support it; don't send work out of the district.* Itomem bor the press is what you make it. Tress men will...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 16 January 1914

£200 WORTH INDENT SAMPLES Ladies' Hosiery Men's Hosiery Ladies' Warm Underwear Gent's do. do. Latest Novelties. Worthy inspection. H. E. & M. A. CUTTLE TTLOTZIVE.A. «SC WA2TCHIB. C-v;r»? ,ri 'his Way, lc. THE .,i pi i ■ -:m W. J. O'BRIEH, Proprietor. jRjy») Railway = Hotel ULTIMA (Opposite lliiilwuy Station). Amplo accommodation on host lines. Choice clmur»ayne wines Mo or Cms for Hire. ALF- VaIT> DiltaSM ui-t;ma Building Contractor, . and Carpenter. • lftlitsacs of wovlt. K4ti„«totov^i(.oatimis 1iropfttcll. BrioUs mGHOUS" L/O'CONNOR, LL.M. - ..ultima, t Affidavits'. _ k- ItouutiH 1 : ! ^E5ri .."...- H.IVC nponcil »<» s...,.a£tnl^,^nt8oC":S^lono;nu,n , For a Good Clean Meal Call at W. FADERZENS, CENTRA!, COFFKB PALACE, Hargrcavcs Street, BEND/GO. (OppOKit(! Mlll'lictfi.) Three Courses ©D, Beds Is, "As Good as the Best." CONSIGN YOUR FAr LAMBS. SOP, CATTLE & PIGS SPENCER IM AND CO., Shoop, Cattle, & Land Salesmoi BENDIGO and BRANCHES. TX71IO beg ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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[?]ONYMOUS LETTERS. HE RIGHT WAY TO DEAL WITH THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 16 January 1914

\kON YiVIO US^ETTERS. .1115 IUGHT WAY TO DEAL WITH . , THEM. Ono morning, coming down to .rcakfnst. you go throngH your let ters as uB-jal, knowlni! Prctty wcU' the contents o( each one l.ctorc you oj.cn the envelope. ■ u But you happen, at length, ,II,on one, the handwriting ol which Is un familiar to you. You look at the envelope ho writing gives you a clue. It «cn has the look of helm; moie "> «ed. It is a weak, buck-ham! sort of "fist" you think. . You read the >cW<:r wlth n Krotti K feeling ol apprehension. nli-tely taken "off your guard >ou do „ot at the out»et Ming your com mon-sense to hear on the Having read it you put it down JJ wonder, In not a litU.v uUrm, what in the ''.-orld It Is all about. It may be that It is some sort ol | veiled accusation .ot.. "Imdly-oxprefef^rf11^ Illiterate person *fco imagines be, _or .♦h-» Uas a urlevancc nnd n claim against you. It may, again, lie Roroo foul scandal concerning your ,ric"(ib' sent to you In this dastardly...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOW [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 16 January 1914

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KKGF; Concerning some pans of this exteR fne distuct uews comics but scldmn. This is noi entirely our fault ; we have ' no miraculous power of knowing what is happening at all the places within our area of circulation. It is the fault of residents in (he silcn' places. Will sonic man or woman take the -matter in hand and cause the silcncc to ceasc. If no one else is doing it for your district will YOU try on these lines ? Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neighbour, hood, such as weddings, deaths, accid ent. conccrts, sports, social gatherings ' mailers touching dislr.ct industries, etc. \\ tile the names of persons and plav verv distinctly. Don't bother ab'utt jiMinmaror spell ing; it's the editor . work lo look aftei tho-e trifles. The barest skeleton is enough. V* rite only on one side of the paper, (live information, but let criticism -alone. & . \\ lite jour name and address on some • corner—not .for publicaiion, but'-• 'ir...

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