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THE SHEARING RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 15 May 1914

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Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 15 May 1914

H op bronchial Cough* tuko , I Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, la Gd

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LUCERNE-SOWING SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 15 May 1914

I 1 THE LUCERNE-SOWING SEASON. , •Jlvrjy uheuigfouvr kIi.ihIJ h.uc / Jutn-iu* "(I hi;, liii Jii it hu ha*, a -uil M'L' pi-<\- ot land at oil." >a.d a [ Ul.i-A u I,:, |U"l' IIP 1111' jUU" ; l)li' l» •nix .ig i.M. he ill -l r' • i I, icgai . .1 ov Miggr-iiing that elm j'ar;jter should v.tou Jm-eia*- I my Joj the metropolitan inarkei. lor a little study ol tin; sta ir lie,- oi thu crop si11>ws thiil it <1ih>s nul i<quire a sriy largo increase in production to drpre.-s priee.s Id tins titiprolitahln point. increao in the atvi under inc.'Mil* ha* been achieved in the p:e«t ton or lit teen yeai* hy n '..•nr.-, ol advanees and irtreals, He tin; Jl;u^ mid 1!)IU, lor in-^UuH ' , then.- was a Meadv increase >r«u»i •}.'}.•)(>?» ;»ore> oi l»i:er»o 1«W>,UU0. aerc«>, 11m high prices ollering tor hay dinnig no doubt ■inducing grow er* in 'Mend. Tho increased pro-' duotion in 1!UU. however, aided hy a good v;imjo, ndueed prices, and thus all*...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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SHEEP TRESSPASS ON CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 15 May 1914

SHEEP TRESSPASS ON CROP. Willium John Devlin and Edward Thomas Davis, farmers, of Nowie, sued Charles Edward Coy, grazier, of Uushworkh, for £25 damages on plaintiff's growing wheat crop by defendant's sheep on December 15th, l'J13, . Mr Dothridge, instructed by Mr Myle^ O'Brion, appeared for plain tiff's, and Mr Lewis, instructed by Mr J. It. Town, for defendant.. Defendant paid £5 into court witii a denial of liability. Judgment was entered for plaintiffs, with ill 10s damages, and costs to. bo fixed with in seven days. ' (Twu other cases which wero dealt i with at this sitting, appoared in our last issue,) • .,

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ENSILAGE STACK. THE QUESTIONS OF SIZE, MATERIAL, AND CURING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 15 May 1914

THE ENSILAGE STACK. TilK QUESTIONS 01' SIZK, AIA TKIIIAL, AND UU1UNU. When the dairy farmer decides io make an ensilage slack lio* should so leet a level site and sot out tho .stack square. rather than oblong, so as to havo the greatest capacity with tho least i-xposuro to tho atmosphere. It is at tho sides of tho stack that the wasto occurs. Tho stack-bottom should bo firm. Cut sullicioiil grass or other crop to provide material to make a layer Oft. to bft. thick. Cart the grass as *oon as mown and linn this as soon as possible, remembering that tlio usual prooess of stack-building is reversed in cnsilago-making, for tho sides must lio higher than tho centre, and a damp or wot day is rather better than a dry one. When tho whob has settled these sides should be as dense as tho rest of the stack; for, with tho exclusion of air, wasto is avoided. Tlio following day tho first layer will liavo heated to probably 130 (leg. Jj\ ; then a further quantity should bo cut, and sufficient stack...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WEIGHT OF A HAYSTACK. A SIMPLE METHOD OF APPROXIMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 15 May 1914

• I THE WEIGHT OF A HAYSTACK. A SIMl'LK METHOD OF APl'ltOXI 11AT1XJN. In ascertaining tho number of tons of bay- in a stack, many farmers rely upoir more guesswork, but something near the approximate weight may be obtained if the length and width bo measured, and then a tape passed from tho bottom of tho stack ou ono .side to tho bottom on tho other side, and this measurement, which is called the overthrow, and tin: answer will give tho number of cubic feet it» the stack. Of course, if the .-tack has different widths or different heights, measure ments will have to be taken in several places, tho average of tiieso iieing ob tained by adding thorn together and <H vkling bv the number of measurements made. Tho numb.-r of cubic feet ol hay per ton varie* considerably with thi- length nf lime that it ha* been slaelud. Willi mnvjy stacked hay it will take about ."j(JU cubic feet to equal a ion, and if it ha;} been >taeked for two or three months, from IJ.'O L<>...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRESERVING BUTTER. A TESTED METHOD. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 15 May 1914

PRESERVING BUTTER. A Ti:STi:i> MKTH'JD. A contributor to "Jfoai \l\s # Dairy man" gives tho following recipa for priwrving butter, which, ,'ic says, has no c<ju«l or superior ;--Clmrn and Dion wush well the butter in juvoral cold waters so .aa to lituroug'dy roniow every tracb of tbo baiter- iiilU. Drain well, spread it thinly, um suit to .suit tho taste, Kprmklo tbo khI . thinly over every porf.iuu-ef it. Wur ; wol), drain ngain, am' s.'t in a cold nrllar of oven u-ipperatury or in a refrigerator mu;i next day. Then work it again by in -an-. of a butter ladlu, .iJ d pat it into little tvilcs the m>:;* oi a l «'gg, am! |i;.t each i'f tli'M- (one at i tiiu*^ until a.1' :» wafer, so as tu drain oif all tbo watf*r possible. I'aO. in carthfrn jars idling with I in. oi th" top. .V-.vl Wi fug a \ih»t- In <n <ii' niii-JiM ( !dtli from <-ul't v.att-r (lulling it to lap .t little ov< tin* jar), and on the top i: tjh' clotli mil lin...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting Notes. FOOTBALL. EUKEKA v. CHILLINGOLLAH. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 15 May 1914

Sporting Notes. FOOTBALL. KDICKKA v. CIIILUNGOLLAH. (From ft Chillinnollfth CorrcsnondentV Chilh'ngollah horoos and sport loving champions commenced tho football season on Saturday with a friendly match against Kureka, which was played at Cbinkapook. Although the 'Gollah had not its best team procurable on the field, thoy nevertheless had ;i meritorious win. With tho old veteran of football fame, Harry Loader, to pilot them they (full of vigour and with hearts liko lions mar ohed on to the ground in bravado style, shouting their old familiar war cry which tears tho ground and puts the fear of man in everyone) finally proved by their earnest endeavours to be (ho victors of iho day by 10 points to 7. Many players were conspicuous on both fides. Kuroka have a good team, and with a little practice will shako many of the neigh bouring ones up. Tho new 'Gollah eapt. has not lost any of his old dash, and will tell a tale beforo the season i.s out, as will also Alf Gaduon. Tom Cullen, of " ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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CONCRETE RAILWAY TIES. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 15 May 1914

I'llfJCIi! IT l"! A11 VIA Y TIIlS. i.'l.i .1.. in • o. ,;i< .1' .li li li111 jij; ti lit > .111.1 r Li l! ■' 11 1 i I ' t Uiii II s, tin I l><i' "3 ,"''1 :1 '' 11,1 v' iwi'u 1,' .Uft ..-I. I . , . .(V-'f!., .u, I \ 1.1- 1 . I. I.. . I.uln'l tn u .«••! i.:. -i ju. >. i 'I'll* |h.i> i 'li.I II |(J It, Mt.ulo II nm 41 njiUUi" t>f to l'l 1-uij VM.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Swan Hill Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 15 May 1914

Swan Hill ShirejCouncil. _..A- v •••-xn The usual monthly meeting of tlio . Swan Uill Shire Council wau held on t Tuesday, May 5th. , COItnK9P(>NDKSOR. { ~ From Cr.H. Grey, apologisingfor tin- i avoidable absence through ft serious ac cirlcnt to his Ron.—It was docidod to 'for- < ward a wire expressing bympathy with | Cv Grey and his family, and hoping thai \ his son would have a speedy.recovery. From Public Health Department, ask ing the council to comply with the regu lation of the board hy prosecuting per sons who expoacB pics, jukes, &c-, for sale on the outside of glass eases or on counters.—The attention of the inspoctor to bo drawn to tlio matter. From Municipal Association of Vic toria, asking that any motions that the council desired conaidorcd at the annual session bo sont not later than the 1st oMutie.—The secretary was instructed to ask tho Karkarooc «hirc i! it was 1 sting the question of drift sand, and if not a motion on the subjcct to bo forwar'...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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WOMEN'S INTERESTS (By "Am[?]") [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 15 May 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS Iju.'.u .» •■■in : ^ u,. t .L I'".. Hi '-He Very ihuj. i.liu'Ic el i ti; de hc^no, luut hl'owii that J.I :i:>J:I>- ; MaeU, and With :i tuufhc.i u jel.o^ ino ,-me to occur. Tin? two wiluur* have an ullmit}'. Theio '«vill ho all the hionns from tete do ncy-'o to bionzu ami dead !eat tints, "Vuu liJ.ow that w,th bnmn oJ a certain f.Jiatly nothing lool;> bi^ttei than old ;»iu\, a dead tea lose colour, and a brown Cusiiiuio eunie your way I udvhu you to have one nl the new brown 'laga! hat.-., th.» Jl.v. shape mado up over a high bandeau at me back and bi'l'.', and filled in with brown tulle and quantities of pink rose... Do not get thei colour too palo, yon want the •tld pir<A, but too much mixed with white. It is bctt-.T to have tlio shad ing towards yellow than white. These are quitu j;irJs* hat-, the brim is tilted \ high, and Uoin it hangs lung end* i'ihbuu ; the very hat iur a garden Ureal change alter the lit'Je .squash hat that has Wots worn ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Swan Hill County Court. (Before Judge Moule) HORSES DIE PROM EXCESSIVE WHEAT EATING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 15 May 1914

Swan Hill County Court. (Boforo Judge Moulc) HOR-ES DIE PROM EXCESSIVE WHEAT EATINfi. Iii tlici Swim Iiill County Court on Friday, John Hannon sued Alex. M'Larty lor £20!) damages through defendant leaving n load of wheat unprotected 011" a public roid, where-' by plan tiffs horses obtained access, three dying and others being par tially and permanently disabled. Mr Detliridgo, instruotod by Mr D. J. Wallis, appeared for tho defen dant ; and Mr Lewis, instructed by Mr Town, for plaintiff. The defence was a denial of damage and contributory negligenco. Judgement was reserved.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HUMUS! WHAT IS IT? [?]LATION TO SOIL NITROGEN [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 15 May 1914

HUMUS! WHAT IS IT? l.» iM.i.a i lo\ 'i'd suli. .mti:u<;K' 1. Ml. uiv ;h,, s-ilicl.. : >..en) Ml p -1 llooll bill i •\e think n /-easo. . d - to e\jil,tili l^ . '-r.iii:: if plani ! i J . hi i. 11 u'. -. 1. • run .• i In• major:: v • i mil lain lei-H hav e iniie'u si 11bbl• • or lV., !. <).:•! '.II t !,-• ov.-.ud into tile very -oil r -ill 'litlltelit . WIIA'l i.n iir.\i ! 1 iiti.u • is del ;v»d Wniii til gr.uli.ai d< e.t\ *ii anv v. g« tablo inatt. i t ki> Olil \ lie turnid llillt l In; Mill; thi;. r. ha d by <1 ;e! Ua! inet-l p'trat it,11' \\ il ll Liu ■ li.li.n.-d u.iii Uu»roti«:J) u orkur.; ;illd e\ii;i>iue tu 1 In- aMll.fS phei-r. Wheiv it i> lacking the all iinpouant m»;1 nitrogen is absent. Tho « imrtion.i ol our .soils ini;;lit be just t Ii? same in both light v.orked) loam* and mir hcav\ day lan.Is. Th,- Iiuntu; or dccaye.; Jorm is alwav* nolieeablo by tin- smoky or da11* appearaueu thai the soil pie si'iiu. Sandy .-.oi...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ULTIMA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 15 May 1914

THE ULTIMA CLUB. Encouraging support has beeo already accorded the "goose club," initiated by Mr J. McConnclI, for the purpose of raising funds to assist the local football club. The movement which will take the form of an art-union, will be drawn on a date to be arranged. The following is a list of the persons who have already promised do nations :—A Rogers, 1 doz. ale; H. I'owell, rolled gold watch; Mrs A. Vernon, case of soft drinks ; J. McConnell, 3 bottles port wine; M. Brooks, 3 bottles sherry wine; J. Groat, 1 Lottie citable; G. Sut ton, 1 case fruit ; J. Lochhead, 61b cake ; \V. O'Brien, 9 gallon keg of beer: T. Timmins, pair roosters; W. Buckley, pair of hens; R, TurccU, turkey; W. Ryan, goose; T. Coghill, Xmas. pudding; A. McDonald, bottle whisky ; Dr. Rowan, bottle brandy ; A. Hosken, smoker's out fit ; K. I'aulks, whip; Smith I3ros., sucking pig; Mrs Kitchen, set of jugs: ,T. Don* nellan, bag of wheat; J. Croft, watch chain, and N. L. O'Connor, 5s. To-morrow {Saturday) t...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. (The Editor wishes it to be distinctly understood that he does not necessarily endorse opinions expressed by correspondents under this heading). STATE SCHOOL COMMITTEE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 15 May 1914

Correspondence. (The Editor wishes it to be distinctly under stood that he docs not necessarily en dorseopinionscxpresscJbyconespondents under this heading). STATE SCHOOL COMMITTEE. TO TUR KUITOR. ' Slit,—Parents letter in your issue of 24th April is interesting roading. What has beeouio of tho old coinmitteo wo all know of, but I have seen nothing yet in tho obituary, columns regarding tho now. -»xourn, ac., ANXIOUS.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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The Ultima Star & Chlilinoollah Express Friday, May 15. Another Bank for Ultima. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 15 May 1914

Zbc ;Gltima Star Si ChlUuicrolUb express Friday, May 15. Another Bank (or Ultima. Tho latCBt addition to^tbe town ship of Ultima is n, branch of the London Bank of Australia. Dur ing the past few months a marked difference is noticeable in tho general appearance cf the town ow ing to tho erection of a number' of new buildings, und tho presence of business people and others who have come to reside. Tho new bank, which ia under the control of Mr S. Hosking, was opened on Monday last in premises adjoining H. E. and M, A. G utiles' store. We are in formed that if tho support warrants the adventure, an up-to-date build ing wilt shortly be erected. Mr Hosking who,- with an assistant, arrived from Melbourne on Saturday, has already make quite a large number of friends, and apart from his business qualifications we are sure bo will prove- to be a citizen wbo will tako a leading part iu the advancement and welfaro of tho town and district. ES53E8S& Ml Ultima Court of Petty Sessions. ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Church Services. Services will be held on Sunday next as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 15 May 1914

Church Services. SorviccH will bo held on Sunday next aa follows:— Ciiuiit'ii of CiiuirtT—Ultima, 11 a.m. Ultima Hal!. —Sir Mudgc. PuKWIYTKIIIAN UlIl'KCH— Cllil inuollllll, 11 a.m.; Stratford Knst. ~ p.in".; Wowiii, •1 p.m. ;■ Ultima, 7.8.0—Mr J. Itbtortson. Mktuodist Council.—Ultima, 3 p.m., jMrMundjr; Moatian E., 11 a.m., Mr Mundayj roli'shot,!) p,in., Mr Thomas; Woltchto South, 7 pan., Mr Hundy.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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THE ULTIMA PUBLIC LIBRARY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 15 May 1914

THE ULTIMA PDBLIC LIlIIiAUY. to inn Kuiron. Sir,—In this world there aro three classes of pooplo, viz., 41 T!»e wills," "tho wonts," and "tho cants." The first succeed in ovorything, tho second opposo everything, and the third fail in every thing. Now. air, judging by tho lo»ic contained in " Obscrvor's " loiter, which appeared in your issuo of tho 24th April, relative to the above, I daro to conclude that ho may be schodulod in the second* class on tho list. To show how well informed and tvuly great be is in his own 8clected aphore ho actually observed the failuro of guarantors to come forwnrd when requostcd at a certain meeting. Not even tho " Patriotic Obsorver " was in evidence. Now, ah\ permit tno to assist so <jreat a champion of the public welfare by here remarking for his futuro guidance, that fivo gootlomen did come forward at tho closo of this particular meeting, and readily guaranteed tho ainounl ; uioro in fact than woro required were willing to act. ''Observe...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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SOME POINTERS IN THE CARE OF PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 15 May 1914

SOME POINTERS IN THE CARE OF PIGS. Tim • •.->simtiaU ot an i-nviiomiii'ijt Miiulri'1 tor animals aio .-ma as uill afford tlnm an aliiuidancu oi .sunlight, Irosh it if ami oxoroi.su during tho «iay, ami u;umth and t'iv. <)<un in.ni dampness at ni^ht. JJiinnj; iho .snm mof mouths tho Iuhimiik piohh-ni i.- nn t.'iisv on.-; and that ol providing tan^ IS moio dillioulL l.roauso It Involv.s I'oitoiii}.', ami lor this ivaon loo many li.il l.» provide MiUi.:iont ram;" to <li»rivo iho tftvaU'-d po->iliIr Ix-mlit Irom it. I'll.an; no ruli'.s lor d'-lorinminj.; tiir wvr.w m«;,-.„.,ry to pastmr a ;:i\ow innnhof ul p^:*. Iliuntall, 1 )i> /mttm- o' Hi.- amount. <>l i;i nm i.«|, aro ail iactoi , that ontn into dm piohhin. in mo.t part* ul thi' pmvincH one-hall acir oi noil oiilli »at«d land ionn to a Miitahh; Joiaj', riop will 1m> Millici.dit to pactum on' hroml .miw ami hit pio^'-ny oi ^wii Hio minium oi pain that >,houJd in. int ut ad...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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OF RURAL INTEREST By "Rus[?]us.") [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 15 May 1914

| OF RURAL INTEREST There were boiho matters of general interest dealt with by tho Chamber of Agriculture at tlio last quarterly meeting. 4t 'was reported that the attempt to hold a conlereuce of. tho .Status oil "tho question of tho built handling of wheat had not met with success, owing t<i the fact that organi sations in oilier .Slates did not think that any good purpose would be served by tho conference. Tho chairman (Air. .MeLellan) said that hulk handling would come in New South^ Wales in time, indeed it would be adopted by al! Status in thj fulness of time. . it was a big matter, and the Xlovorn ments must proceed carefully. Tho chamber expressed itself as opposed to an inereas.d duty on superphosphates, which must raise tho price, No legis lation siiould be passed which would di miui.sh the production. Tho chamber was also opposed to any further duty on sheepskins exported l'roin tho Com monwealth. Two delegates were ap pointed to givo evidence, if tlio need arose...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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