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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 22 May 1914

fP you hn.vo tried numbers o*' rom eciios lor your com plaint and failed to 5Tet an"' kc'elU, DON'T GIVE UP HOPE, thoro 13 still my systom to try; and it hag proved itself In 40 years' cxperionco In treat ing every disease. Crime," " U'/lvT INSURE WITH THE PHIENIX ASSURANCE m r/..> limited. .. ■:;$$ POU : ; FIRE, ACCIDEFST, EMPLOYEES' LIABILITY, WORKERS1 "(SOJaPESi , SATION INSURANCE. ACTIVE AGENTS Wflwvcn WttlSUE aui KBIMtV SHN'XET). Full Particulars on •:;>rV«.atioa to ©ALGETY $ CO. MELBOURNE. ! (Macajjora for yiotoiiiui' jj

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JUSTICE IN JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 22 May 1914

JUSTICE IN JAPAN. Truly, a wonderful country is the Kingdom of the Mikado, and so aueiont is ite liistory tluit Japanese sovereigua are known to havo ruled and lloumhed tovoral. hundrod years before the birth of Christ. It is a remarkable fact that throughout countless ages, from time immemorial until now, thoro has been but ono ruling dynasty in Japan. The Emperor of to-day belongs to tho same royal family as did his predecessors who lived B.C. jTho Japanese arrangements for trying a prisoner aro very different from ours. With nf» the judge is a judge, and an impartial one; in Japland the occupaut of tho seat of justice combines, as he does in France, the functions of judge and prosecuting counsel. Ho cross* oxaumies Boverely, and from tho pris oner extracts tho minutest details eon corning his antecedents. Not that the post history of the captive, if ho is a no'er-do-woll, is unknown. Far from it. J n Japan there is a wonderful system of espionage which aims at thwarting the ambit...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A CONVICT'S GRATITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 22 May 1914

: A CONVICT'S GRATITUDE. • \ Georgu Gunning, .a taciturn Kng lishraon. who has just bocn released from Tuo Tombs I'rison, Xciv York, where ho had boon detained for steal ing diamonds from the house of a Now York physician, confessed that ho ha«l robbed in America and Europe because or hi.s alfwtion for two littlo English orphan girls. Gunning says that !»«' loft Dartmoor Prison in UHJJ), penni ^lcsa, friendless, and desperately lone nomo. Hunger drove iiim to a plea suro parkj wliero succour eamo to him from two libtio charges of a foundling asylum, Hie children were enjoying Ji picnic, but H'eing him in distress, . Uioy gavo him huns and cake. In thoir habto to run away from " the wild Jiian" tho two children foil into ii pond. Gunning rescued both, and . slunk away before women folk could hoo him. "Immediately J resolved t<i help thoso kids," said Gunning. " t en tiered! u 'Jiouso outsido |,ondon that night. With the loot .1 dressed liko ;i nobluman. T went to tho found...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNFAIR DISTRIBUTION. Two dear old ladies were discussing [?]bands. Said the first: [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 22 May 1914

u.Ni'Aiit msTKiisirnox. I Two Ji-ur oM l.ulio.s wen' din-ussin^ iui?>tmmis. S:\iil iho first : — "I have Ijooii married ihrep times. Kadi of my husliand* is dead, tluMi^h. , They uPiv all cremated." | Her. friend was dear old maiden, ludy. She listened attentively ,to h«»r ' friend, and when kIio had eoneludod (In1 sa<l story of her hit? she sitt<l: "flow wonderful are the ways ol Providence. Here. I've lived all these years and have never boon ,iblo lo /;ot i one husband, and yon'vo bad husbands to burn." Making every acre muiYi profitable, making every aero yield a larger crop, is the solution of increasing the siae of tha farm,

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A TEN-GUINEA PRIZE. COMMONWEALTH PATENTING PAYABLE IDEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 22 May 1914

A TEN-GUINBA -PRIZE. G01IM0N'WHAi;rH ■PATENTING; -PAYABLE II) 10 AS. ihc tNou Idea lancing Dropper Co., Ltd., Queensland, which has been mun utneinriiig largely by baud, a popular moxpousivo. wiro dropper, invented in Queensland, and of which it js ciitimnt-. cd that millions have Been .sold,,; 3ms now secured tho rights to a machine for making tho droppers'rapidly—some thousands per .day-r-mid ehcapcr than before.- , patent, «i)l)Iicatioii. "on •this vriluublo now invct»tioiir .was 'filod for tho company by Messrs. G. G." Turri it Co., tlio well-known Patent Attorney-(No. J, of A ustralia). of the Itialto, 400 Collins Street, Melbourne. -Mr. A. S. Ca-tt, of Jtocklmmpton, is. sccretary of this flourishing company. Subsequent patent' applications filed by the same firm, inchula those of James Meikle, of Glasgow, Scotland, for steam generators; James Martin, or. lC)i/.nbeth Street, Melbourne, for hoi water services apparatus; and Katrine Kileu Fawns and Georgine Kermqde.ol Carlisle Ma...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A WORD FOR THE OLD MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 22 May 1914

A WORD FOR THE OLD MAN. Onu great an inestimable advautago in farm life is that a man is not shelved when lie roaches middlo ago,' j.and hasarrived at that stago whon his udvico or, experienco is ■worth a lot or j labor. AYhilo tho busy wlieels of in ,'dusxry aro rattling with incessant noise and iho maehinory is exhausting fuel, often unnecessarily, wo aro inclined to think we aro moving tho universe, and that .creation itself is. no more than something upon;which wo can play ulf >onv energies. With tho bustlo of en terprise, and tho smoko and dust wo avo creating, tHoro isevery appearanco of work; and profit; but. in many ea.ses it is no more than appearance, Wo have no time often for the application of a littlo. friction grease, and tho engine wears itself ciuli prematurely. _ Nowa days, u'o a/o apt to imitate nobo 1'or •business, and constant dinning for en terprise. It is when u man has "learned a.s bit," , and has arrived nt that period from "which ho can look baekV with pr...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW TO USE MANURE MOST PROFITABLY. SOME OF THE NATURAL LAWS WITH WHICH THE USE OF MANURE MUST CO-OPERATE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 22 May 1914

HOW TO USE MANURE MOST PROFiTABLY.. * s03ie ok TIIJ3 xatujiai, j,a \v:i with which: the usis ok maxuri', .must co-01'elt l<rom tuno immemorial it ha* , boon almost, tlio uiuvoi.-,..; eu^ui to spread manure over th:> surfaca of tlio. soil aim thou .plough it under. Generation' sitter generation of farmers have*'. fol lowed iJio custom without seriodAiv thuikmg whether this method wi& tho best method to hz ombploycd. Hthnans aro emttro/Jcd mora or K>ss by vusttim una habit, which'they acccpt und udtyt unthinkingly on tho assumption -tlmt whatever js, is right/.and .thai;'what, always has been dono .iseupnortCHlby i-omo good ,re;:jiont and therefor**' should bo continued. to bo dorio.- • bvery farmer should know' fbrhim 'Y precisely why ho does, -what ie (loos. In this matter of manure. .if the tanner regularly year, after! year plougns manure under,- ho should not do so unthinkingly, but should-.know w«y hy doe,* it, ««d then try to Jcani woc-ther, under nil t...

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 — 22 May 1914

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. E5?€3>L,S QIN : PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHES 9TCB 88S YEAB&, 7:^ i%fl a is ssp ■ 1 w &3 ^ Ji II ^ y lizssa i& IIl "^^0 Pmf€ French &ap© A U \^iNk ®UP w Cognac t ^ Sl>l <$73" /O T-'ir ¥ Tf <L/< j. ii A i. ."> "is. T 1 &•' f . l«fe^v>0 Jm mm Happy children scamper ituo rxiioo! || the embodiment of health and youthful H beauty. Little cyca ire oparldinK, eager braina are ready to absorb the knowledge waiting to be imparted by the zealous teacher. That is as it should he, but too often the children arc dull and listless, noses run ning, throats burning, and constant cough in« rends the school room air. The cold j| spreads from one to ft another, even the g teacher has the full \< and heavy cycr., the | throbbing head which t accompanies a had y{ cold. Yet children's p colds are eas'Iy con- c trolled. A prudent » mother- gives her f£ ch...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELOPEMENT AT 88. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 22 May 1914

: ? : ELOPEMENT AT 38. v lu New York rcocnUy, "honeymoon higH'.;\vifch a crowd of interviewers fol lowing thorn* wore Mr. Wilfred II. Nottioton, a wealthy hanker of oighty oight,. and his sixty-oight-year bride, who hud eloped from IJristol (Connec ticut), aiid Miccccdod in gutting sec retly married at New Haven. IVIr. Xettleion, with his sinning bride at his side, told the reporters •that lie had loved for fifty years. "I remember," ho xiid, "when she was horn. Sho was a very pretty ha by. 1 always hnew she would niaUo a haml>ome woman. Hut at oi^hlopn "lic> married' a younger man than I. .>u J dieided to wait, and iiMho mean iinie devoted myself to making money. Kight months ogu her husband died. I railed on her, hut'was ordered from I ibr door bv her ni».'<v, who scorned to i think we did not know our minds. Mr. XeUh'ton, in spite of his groat | ;ige, ionked the nicturo of health and | happiness. {h-.ivy lulls of .smm- jiiv reported from th" Central Otajio dUl...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AIR GAS. THIS FUTURE LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 29 May 1914

" AIR GAS. THIS FUTURE LIGHT. ' , :V '.'Air Gm lighting has 'bcoomo bo .generally known and recognised as tlio tuturo mothod of-lighting that it is •eoarceiynecessary to .state 'that a . well made and teiuutiefiaily constructed ; , eystom provides a better quality ot light, at couMiierabiv le:^ expense, than it- can ho had jWm any other medium. Tiio low' cost ox maintenance over keroseno and acetylene ja, of course, owing to tho iact that with air gds an Sucandcscent mantle u; brought into use, wnereby i)o percent, oi air is uti lised, and only 4 per cent, of gas;. Witu kerosene and acetylene cvvry • unit ot light produced eonsutmis tiie • pure koro.veuy or gas. and practically no air,. Acotyleno was certainly an improve ment tf11 kerosene m liiu. v.av oi cou renience, and at tiiu sumo time a triiio Jower in 00* ot maintenance. It dfl. however, next to nnpchsiule to pro Tcat leakages, and tho odour and real duo it> moat objectionable, and the risk of explosions will in time toiai...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW TO MAKE A MEASURE OF LIQUIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 29 May 1914

HOW TO MAKE A MEASURE OF LIQUIDS. I A vow simplo method for nialcmg a j container for liquors which measures ' off. say, rt quart at each time the li- j _<(nid is pom\d, is to take a largo ey- i liudricril can, and put in a fal.se bottom' i • which; holds about a qnnrt between /this''.and the bottom of 1he vessel. A' 0110 s;do of iho false bottom is an opumng which connects with the main body of the can, :wid on the other a tube loading to tho month of the vessel, so that iho month connects in reality onlv with the befonvmentloiml t-paco'. This space being filled with tho liquid, wo t»lt tho can down so as to keep tho level in tho main chamber beJow the orifice, and prevent further ontry to bottom chamber, so that the boltnm oha'mber now holds just one quart, and can bo emptied nt th - mouth of tko can.— "Scientific Amen can."

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 — 29 May 1914

mop. xtd„ CORK MERCHANTS, AND Sai'I'LY HOUSE yOR Brcvyers, Aerated Water Manufacturers, Hotel Keepers, Bakers, and Refreshment Booms. Correspondence Invited on AD Articles used In the above trades. Note Addreco— 304 FLINDER3 STREET, MELBOURNE. '.

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 — 29 May 1914

What do you give Baby for his Cold ? foolish mothers dose their babies' with home-made concoctions or something rccommcndcd by a neighbour, and pcrhups up'.et the little stomach and ma!;c the baby cross and uncomfortable by this mistaken economy. Wise mothers do not experiment with untried nostrums, but depend on a remedy winch has been compiled from the Bcicntiflc prescription of a famous physician, and is designed to curc the cold without upsetting the digestive organs. Dr. Sheldon's New Dis covery is this remedy, and mothers may give it to their babies, secure in the knowledge that coughs and colds will no longer rack the little bodies.- For Croup, 'it has the most wonderful results. Whooping Cough is cut 6hort by the use of Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. For all the family ills resulting from throat, chest or lung complaint, the mother's resource is Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery is the quickest, safest, and best-known remedy for Coughs, Cold*, Pleurisy, ...

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 — 29 May 1914

!c,e. miller I I AND CO., | I FURNITURE. . S I REfi'iuVEnS AND STORERS. | of/ COLLINS STREET, MELu. 'Pliones—-U^rS—, Large number Vans constantly travelling country; wo want bank loading. \Vritu us. l£ railing, consign to us, Speucer Street, ami advise. Stores, Brick, subdivided in small rooms at current rates. We have VAN'S JiKTUllNlN'G to ' . MUlXUlHtNlc"" ■ during MAY AND JUKE, 1 Curuwa, Wannaralln, Benalla, Bciuliyo. Maryborough, Hamil ton, Camiimlown, Ballarat, ■ Ararat, VYarrugul, Hcalcsvillc, — Sl!t!|i|iari(in, Murciiison. — Sack Loading Wanted,

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER H. A DANGEUOUS CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 29 May 1914

r— THE MASTER''PASSION.: (BY LIJjIAN JiUJOUTON.) •, OHAI'TER H. • * , A DANGEUOU.S CON'lJtACI . < "iomblv oppi?bsi\e," »aid Captain ?-~>yl3oro8fuiti .with a nervous 'glancu at the .^yl.leadun «ky; nbovo' ;their heads, as- he: ■j >: drovo-Ida .Maimilon. at a . rapid pact through thoUal lanes;of ^Hampshire. . ' ^ ^ J lis jiervcs liatl- nlfendy :'hcon' up.scl •.^Vby Jiis'liio'iBhtli-sa quKstuni, and a vague Xy^feeling, of tlmul nppi\\wed her. more ;^/Vthah, the' want of iii.theatmos r.v piiero. ' • f'Tbo beauty ol tho day. lius gone, . s'bo said with a High> and.- it. \\aa .so Vi ','loVoly when wo started." : : ■•. , ■•."Inmy opinion, 1 havo ooiuo.lo-Ihi. £i->h6sfcior^U;now,,'l.uokin^;<l(nvii-.iH|.ii her H- '/aco w'ith admiration' imxwl w-jlh ji of iiiHolonou; "what a lueky ehauco it. -V. was. for me that your aunt' lost . net'. : sinolling-bottlo." . , • "Not/at alt lucky tf it rains. • -\ou. :-.y Hvill hnve mc on your, mind as well .a: ■yourself',wit...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRAVELLING IN INDIA. THE NECESSARY PREPARATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 29 May 1914

TRAVELLING IN INDIA. THE NECESSARY PREPARATIONS Everybody when on a journey in "India onirics bis own bedding, vanfl outside the large establishments ol tbe Government officials everywhere it is needed. You are supposed, say« Mr. Price Collier, writing in ''Scrib ner's Magazine," to carry your own bedding with you jnst as yon carry your own tooth-brush. In the trains —there are very long train journeys, by slow trains, in India—in the gueut houses of the native princes^ in camj) oi course always, and in tlie hotels and inns. your own bedding is a necessity. Indeed,. you can scarcely carry too much in India if you wiati to he comfortable. - All sorts of clothing, from fur coat*? to the thinnest of linen, all sorts ol hats from a cap to a pith helmet, a spirit lamp, a folding tabic and chair, a small amount of tinned o* bottled food and a supply of mineral water for the train, a large supply of linen and underclothing, for one changes often, and the laundry work is done by beating on ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEW JOURNALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 29 May 1914

THE NEW JOURNALISM. That there is a new journalism, .vith principles and methods in har mony with new political, and postal, conditions and new developments in lews-transmission and the printing, art is evident. The modern news paper Is far more a business oncer-' prise than was the one of thn-c.du-v :ades ago. To frame observers this means the subordination of the writer i ! to the power of the publisher. If, 1 this be so in some instances, the cor ■ rection lies with the public. i The abuse of control should bring I its own punishment in loss of pat j ronage or of influence, or of both. The newspaper, be it published in a. country village or in the largest-city I seeks first the conlidcnc.' of the road 1 ers. Without this it rannot secure either business for its advertising pages, or influence for its ambitions. Publicity alone may once have suf- 1 deed, but rivalry is too keen to-day. j Competition brings n realising senso j Df fairness. Hence it is that there is I l a demand for...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOORT Bendigo Mine Disaster!— [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 29 May 1914

BOORT —Bondieo Mine Disaster!— All our readers will have road of - tho terrible disaster which occurred in Bendigo souio weeks ago, when seven miners wore blown to piecoj by the explosion ot the mine maga sine. Five were married men, and - • elforts are being -made all over the ■ State to raise funds ts assist the dis tressed families. On Sunday last the Boort Fire Brigade Brass Band conducted a sacred concert in the State school grounds for the purpose of raising funds to assist in this movemont. Punctually to cime, the band, under the leaaorship of Mr W. J. Clements, opened proceedings with several selectiona. The presi dent of the band, Mr T. A. Gawne, occupied tho position of chairman, and spoke of tho necessity of assist ing those who had lost their bread- • winners. Most of thobereaved were mothers with families of small chil dren, and every little would help them in their distress. Mr G. Bertoli and Mr E. Weaver also spoke and appealed to the generosity of the peop e to respo...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RECOGNISED. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 29 May 1914

RECOGNISED. Counsel - for the defeuce b^gan to * cross-examine a witncsK. '"Your name, if 1 umbrntand you correctly," he said, "is Esra- Egertou • Snath. Is thnt right?" -j "Yes, sir." • ■ . . ."Now,.liavo you ever, been;arrested; on a criminal chargc?" "No, sir," . indignantly answered the tvitncss—"mver !" „ "'Did yo-» ever commit an oflenco for which you might justly ha\< beeo arrested ?" "Never, sir !" "Now, is it not a fact that you once stole from your own father?" Here counsel on the other side in terposed, hut the witness chose to anMver. "No, sir," he exclaimed—"never in ray life "Well, then," continued the cross examining counsel, "suppose I say I know that you did steel from your father ?" "Gentlemen," Paid the witness, turning to the jury, "he's right. I ' remember now. When I was about twelve I stole a box of cigarettes from my father's shop and smoked them. Counsel, who was a '^oy theu, put me up to stealing those cigarct tea, and smukcd of them." To Jim V—N...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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