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CRICKET. BOORT DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. LAKE MARMAL PREMIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 8 May 1914
> l1;' CRICKET. , . BOOBT DISrKICT AS OCIA l( TION i ' LA1\1 MARMAL FRrUTLRS. -.•.^uCricket terminated'in the Boort • district oil Saturday last with the • conclusion of the Boort-Marmal match. This premiership game had drawn itself out to a three-days r'; match, but the end was sudden and unexpected. Boort had a leeway of 110 runs at the opening of their second innings. J. B. O'Dortnel! and (jawne started to wipe off the deficit. The latter batted freely, but timed a ball wrongly and was ■caught by Keid off W. Alexander. .■ 1 17 29. B o kwell filled the vacancy, and rnn-getting^was on the slow side for a time." 1 he score mounted up slowly, however, and the half-way mark was reached . O' Donne 1 w.is eventually eatuLt by L. Bailies off W. Alexander. 2 24—55. I.Civin made a goo 1 start, but was bowled by H. Alex ander. 3-—6—02. 1'ellows was out in an unusual manner. An appeal for a catch behind was made and disallowed. The batsman was, however, standii g out of h s crease and the...
Association Football. A STORMY MEETING. CANNIE CLUB WITHDRAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 8 May 1914
Association Football. A STORMY MEETING. CANN1E CLUB WITHDRAWS. A mooting of delegates was held at Ropers* Quambatook Hotel on Saturday night, when there were in attendance Messrs O'Connor,and M'Connell (Ul tima), Davis and O'Brien (Meatian', Mick Keating and Dan Gardiner (Oak vale, T. Duns tan and Jack Mangan (Quambatook), H.; Godden and L, Wil liamson (Cannie), and M. Coughlan secretary to the Quambatook and Dis trict Association.) At tfmes wordy warfare was pronounced, and the meet ing was prolonged until just on 11.30, owing mainly to the "battling" for lus club by one of the Cannie delegates. Proceedings opened by Mr Dunstan stating that, as neither the President nor vicc-President was in attendance, | he would propose that Mr A. Rogers j be asked to take the chair. ] Mr O'Connor: This is a delegates ; meeting ; you have no right to bring »n an outsidei ! . . . , L Mr Dunstan : It is the rule here that if the officials be not in attendance, an independent chairman be appointed. ...
Church Services. Services will be held on Sunday next as follows: [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 8 May 1914
Church Services. Sorviccs will bo held on Sunday noxt as follows:— CiinicH of En(ilani)—Ultima, 7.30 p.m. Evensong.—The Hosteler. PHKSIlYTEttlAN Cllfltfll.—Lalbert, 13 a.m., Mentian, 1.45 pan.; Ultima, *1 p.m. | Wuitchic S, 7.u0 p.m.—Mi- J. Koi«r son. Mkthodist Ciiukch.—Ultima, 7 p.m., Mr Mundy; Meatian \V., 11 u.m., Mr Munday ; Folisbet, Jl p,m., Mr Jilbevt; Wowin, o p.m., Mr Mundy.;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 8 May 1914
Ult«ma Stock Sale NEXT SALE Tuesday, May 12. Ihos. Iotiow and Co. HAVE much pleasure in anuc.unciug to tbo public that they have now Iccidcd to hold Fortnightly Sales, and ;l»at Mr II. 1*. Pureed!, Auctioneer, will »o stationed at Ultima, and wil conduct ales throughout the district. The lirm topes by strict attention to business, to merit the patronage of the public gene rally. OFFICE—BROOKS' HOTEL Ultima Stock Sale. Thomas morrow nr..i co. wii . offer at their Yards — TUESDAY, MAY 12 Further entries invited. THOS. MORROW & CO., Auctioneers. Ultima. LALBERT Saturday, May 9, '14 rHOS. MORROW & CO DESIRE to announce that at.the rc- ; quest of numerous clienUihsd rc« aldcnts of the district they have Iceidcd to bold REGULAR SALES f»F STOCK at Lalbcrt. the m-xt of .such sales lo bo liutd.on above date at the hotel yards, when they will otfer— Sheep Cattle Horses Entries invited, to be sent to our local rcpresentmhe— MrVANDERFEEN, LnlWrt, Or the auctioneers, TUGS. MORROW...
The Ultima Star & Chlilinoollah Express Friday, May 8. Country Roads Board. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 8 May 1914
T^be Gltima Star £t CblUinoollab express Friday. May 8. Country Roads Bo;u-d. Tho Country Roads Board will visit tho Wiimnera and Mullet' districts nbou* 1st June, when they will decide upon the main roads to bo made, after which they will confor with munici palities. Harvest Thanksgiving Service. Harvest Thanksgiving Scrvicos, in connection with the Presbyterian Church, wero held at Chillingollah, Stratford Kant and Wcwin on Sunday last. A sale of gifts was held at Wcwin and Strat ford East on Monday, and tho prices rea lised for ihc various articles were con sidered satisfactory. Tennis. The results of the sets which wero decided at Ultima on Saturday, 2"»th ult„ between teams representing 'reds' and 'blues', and reported hujur last issue wore incorrect. The 'reds' were credited with winning b$ t> gamesmsteadof tho 'blues/ Tho report should of read —' blues,' 51 games; 'reds/ -12. Fookbalt. It was decided at a recent meeting of tho Tyrroll Downs Football Club to write to Waitch...
Telephone Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 8 May 1914
Telephone Troubles. Mr A. E. Muldoon, local repre sentative for Messrs Thomas Morrow and Co., auctioneers, has j been interesting himself' as re gards telephone delays and charges, and has handed us a couple of communications he has received in connection therewith, which we give below :— From Mr Angus, M.L.A. "Your letter, dated 18th April, to hand, and will receive my immediate attention. I will require to make enquiries through Mr Sampson, and accordingly have forwarded yout letter to him by the first mail. I trust that something may be done to put this matter in a better position." From Mr S. Sampson, M.H.R., forwarding copy of letter received from the Deputy Postmaster General as follows " With re ference to your representations in connection with a communication forwarded by Mr Angus, M.L.A., •relative to the charges for tele phone conversations between Quambatook and Boort, I have the honor to inform you that the matter will receive consideration, and you will be further com ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 8 May 1914
Liiiunh, nn-l tin world lau'*ln with you, Sneeze, and your friends all groan, b'or this ol oarlh has need of your mirth, It has e and coughs of i s own. (,'ongh, an;. you Hpvcad tho coughi ng, :. Kill it wk h process sure ; Laugh—y-'ti shall laugh with pleasure [f you suto Woods' Great I'uppcrmint Curo.
SPORTS AT BOORT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 8 May 1914
SPORTS AT BOORT. /.'A"sports-meeting was he!tl at Bourt show grounds oil Wednes day, when ft sucoc-sstul gathering WHS held, The committee of the local State school inaugurated the meeting for the purpose ot raising funds towards the erection of a building for a higher elementary school, towards which a good sum has alreadv been promised. Such a structure', it was pointed out at the concert in the evening by the chairman, Mr J. Weaver, would cost between 1*400 and L500, and it was their ambition to raise this amount. The day was a beautiful one for such an outing, but it was rather late ill the seson, as all the farmers, trom whom a lot ol sup port was expectea, are.engagoil in sowing oc m preparing their land for next year's crop, and under the circumstances could not con veniently attend. There was a lair attendance, however, and a fail amount should be netted. I he Boort Fire Brigade Baud, under t..e leadership of Mr W. J Clements, was 111 attendance, and rendered a number of sel...
WHY PILLOWS ARE HARMFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 8 May 1914
WHY PILLOWS. ARE HARMFUL. . "Sou are only duo out of mdlions," huid a VVt'Sl JOrul physician to mo (writes a -contributor tu .a London, p.ipur) when ! complained : tli:tL my i) gilt's .sleep seldom proved completely resotrative. "Very few people know how to sleop.properly. . Almost every . ii.t nmifiM one luisiaKo or another with regard lo bul, bulclolhes,or p;l.ows, and some uf .tlicso mistakes have seri ous con&cquouces. Take the "M-lash mud bolster surmounted by-: a pillow, wliut ik almost a& bad, ouo pi row on jp of another. Some people J know, use ovou three pillows. .-r \Vhc:i ono lies on the hack suoh an 'rfrrsiiTgoinehl tips up the head, ooinprcsHug the, blood and lymphatic vessels «•!' tho neck, and preventing; the return ol' wasto mntters from tho brain .. ' The i brain lies all night in a bath ol nerve- I poison, and ik, wonder it is:heavy -und I dull in the moriiing. iiut;WM.sc still, ! this attitude promotes spinal ourva- ! turc. • • In tho ease of young...
WOMAN CONDEMNS SMOKING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 8 May 1914
: WOIvlAM CONDEMNS SMOKING. "J haven't much patience -\vitlr the people who-object. to smoking, because; it -is ' unladylike/" '(says a ; London •writer.) "Cycling' for women was 'unladylike' not very, long ago; so was tho wearing of tailormado . coats and skirts! Vor a good many years, tho 'nice girl.' never. waltzed. She only danced: polkris, quadrilles, and so on, and left , waltzing to. the kind .-of/peo ple who did: bunny hugs and turkey irota .-a season or two- b::ck. What; you i-all 'unladylike'' really depends very -much ou the yostr in which you were born." . } The' writiff then goes on to Estate, her real reason for disliking smoking, because when strong men wish- to ;'gtit' into the pink of'condition—boxers, footx bailers, and Lort.U-—they: nearly .always, give up smoking; - '• / ",&lt;■ i '[-» .. ".Well, 1 think they ought to-kn »w what thuy are doing. 1 think that a habit, whichr, confessely, doesn't help to build up the organism, of a- football chanipioir is in...
ONCE MORE DUAL-PURPOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 8 May 1914
ONCE MORE DUAL-PURPOSE. The &lt;lual imrpose ghost will not down, an I yet for ;i)l its bobbing up hero and there ami gibbering, it is nothing more than a ghdAt. 11 is u half-way. propo sition where none but half-way dairy farmers. will- care to stop and IciHO timo and money. A recent number of tho "'IVxus Stockman anil •Farmer/' com-' lain? a. contribution from Air. B. O. Cowan, in which the author contro verts some of the statements and reas oning made by "Hoard's Dairyman" in one of its reeont uttcranecsupon this ; subject. Most of Mr. Cowan'sHrticle is a re-hash of ancient history, but lie 'occasionally .makcs.a concrcto state :ment.; Like, all other advocates of this. I delusion, he complotcJy ignores tho two I basic objections to tho theory::—(1) | That it is a subversion of true breed ing principles to attempt to unite pro fitably two such opposing tempora meats as the milk temperament and mo beef temperament; (2) that the produc tion of such cattle, is uneconomic, so...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 8 May 1914
TAD ATI O S. A. PALMER, 111 FLINDERS T.ANK. MR!, nniiuNi?. AfrefBSm^Mfy^Tuipaj ; WJiyji n,o'ti't a h; o-. p^^whS^goteari^ ^p^eicporlonce pgQDS^jobBaapj C.E. MILLER AND CO., FURNITURE REMOVERS AND STORERS. 317 COLLINS STREET, MELB Phones—-9278—9279. Large number "Vans constantly travelling country; wo want back loading. Write us. : IL' railing, consign to us, Spencer • Street, and advise. ; Stores, Brick,.subdivided in small rooms at current rates. Vans returning from Warrnam •bool, Mortlake, Toning, Carapor down, Cohic, . Lismore, during April. • Vans returning from Albury, Wydonga, Rcnatla, Huron, during ' > April. -Vans returning from Nmmtrk«*i!v •. Pichuca, Picola, Rochester, Ben digo, early in May. Back Loading Wanted.
PERFUMES NO LONGER CONDEMNED. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 8 May 1914
PERFUMES NO LONGER CONDEMNED. A Homeauthority states that per fumes arc no longor considered con-, dcmuod as eiVominutc.. Bath crystals arc among the more popular -tortus of perfiuno/. as, they are refreshing auil also soften .the water. Public taste now shows a strong ten dency towards the mysterious scent, so, that the old simple scents like violet, rose, and lilv of the valley arc giving way ;to perfumes composed of perhaps as many as fifty dilVoreut. ingredients —perfumes, for instance, like Shcm-o!-. Nessim. There is jis Jiiwcli harmony and discord in perfumery .as in'music, Harmony in the toilet can only bo achieved l»y. the use of the satno per fume: throughout, while, ; tn tho mak ing of.'eomposito perfumes, tho smallest ••jrnin loo much or too littlo 'of nuy ingrediunt will causo us much discord as when a pianist plays a wrongnote. 0, wlutl'wore skio.s without tho stars 0, what were enrth without tho How And what were lifo without tho love of friends? —Woathorloy.
IS ROMANCE POSSIBLE NOW? [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 8 May 1914
IS ROMANCE POSSIBLEJJOW? Miss K. Tennyson Jesse, the author of "The Milky Way," a.novel 'much rend iit Knglaud just now, gave ■ :in answer to sin interviotver, thu answer of the best typo of ^modern woman, denying that roiimncoT should bo nou JhieiJ mi;ri>Jy to Jovu in its narrow : sense. "Why," said she, "surely. Jhlv country that has produced Hying is os romantic as any there )ins been." Hut the interviewer, persisted in regarding the. word as firmly linked with "love." Itoniancc; as implying glamour,-bow ei-or, Miss Jessie hates. "Glamour admits .no faults, ft :s illusion. It idealises • a man, and when the fact is realised that • there, are heaps of shortcomings in him Jove Hies, for it was given, to somebody who never existed. •*Thc twentieth ecntury is analytical and not romantic in Jove," con'tinurd .Miss Tennyson Jesse, and a good thing, too. Jtv saves itself so -ninny blunders and so rifuuh pain. 1 wish the1 [/runup tial period were made hf's* of in a girl.'s mind by her...
PRESIDENT WILSON'S WIFE VISITS SLUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 8 May 1914
PRESIDENT WILSON'S WIFE VISITS SLUMS. . .... With 'characteristic thoroughness ami independence, Mrs. Wilson, wife of Pro* sidout Wilson, and her,daughter; havo paid a visit to tho slums of Washing ton to ho for themselves the conditions in vrhich some" of tho' poorest, . and ninny of- the worst elements of tho puti* plo, exist. , • - They found then* conditions,so had that thoy took buck to the Presidunt a very grave report. In conscquonce r.be President is supporting a-Bill by whtcli it is intended to clear-away tho worst ( of tho slum areas in the. course of ten years.. New and wide streets;are. to be made through the districts which. ar« at present centres: where : diseases, lui-' morality, and crime aro rampant.
DANGERS OF WHITE BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 8 May 1914
DANGERS OF WHITE BREAD. 1).'. Monteuuis has issued a work, .no Bread: Its Dangers ami. the' Ut-Hir'Jy, Natural Bread." The work is ;li>' beginning of a campaign in l-Yai.i-j ngaiusfc whiu.* bread. , • TLt. book develops tSio idea that/ whito broad is si scientific error, and consequently a sourco of ruin. l\xfe:s;:r- Leuille, in his impressive preface, points out, that tho study of tliis great problem of: our timo is tlie duty of everyono; for it i» u &lt;iuosLion of national' health .and fortune. Exact analyses niul figures, , scientific data on the role of minerals, soluble ferments, and the value of liv-" ing eoru explain how white bread is an improtant factor, not only of constipa tion, appoudicitis, and inaladios'-of tho digestive track, but of alcoholism, tu-' beroulosis, in a word, of the degenera tion of the race.
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 8 May 1914
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. A.euro fur-ants of all kind®, cock roaches, ami anv other peals that in vado tiie panty, is groon wainuU. JMfieo.in the. closets, cupboards, or any placewhere ill03' aco likely.In be. !.n»; cure; isi.elFoetual and ihc remedy clean. When-you clean' the .ebony brushes 1.oil ; your toilet table, rub a little vase line owr the backs before you wash 1 the'1 Lhi>ties, :»s this prevonts the soda or ammonia f 11 tliu water troni injuring &lt; (lie ebony. The vasehuo 'should after 1 wards be removed by polishing the backs, with .adry cloth. To clean ;inuch-soilod hands do not go to..work roughly with brush and soda' water, but loosen tho dirt by rubbing the hand» well with sweet oil, or even lard or dripping. Then wipo off the grease as much as possible with a piece of- soft paper or old rag, and wash the hands with warm water and soap. . . To niuko toast on a gas-riug, get a small ,round of wire guuy.o and place over the ring. It will get red hot, twul bread can ...