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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 29 May 1914

£i$;TJltjma Stoc& Sale . NEXT SALE Tuesday, June 9. 'Thos. Morrow and Go. HAVE much pleasure in announciug to tbo public that they hnvo uow Iccided to hold Fortnightly Sales, and ibat Mr I!. P. Purcell, Auctioneer, will .. »o stationed nt Ultima, and wil conduct nice throughout the district. The firm lopes by strict attention to business, to norit the patronago of the public gene rally. OFFICE—BROOKS' HOTEL. Ultima Stock Sale. Thomas morrow ami co. wii offer at their Yards — TUESDAY, JUNE 9 Fvirthcr entries invited. •THOS. MORBOW & CO., Auctioneers. Ultima. LALBERT Saturday, June 6, '14 rHOS. MORROW & CO "|"\ESIUE to announce that at the re I J quest of numerous clie riband re Btdcnts of the district they have dccidcd to hold REGULAR SALES OF STOCK 'at Lalbert. the nest of such Bales to be held.on above dutL at the- hotol yards, when thev will otfer— Sheep Cattle Horses Entries invited, to be scofc to our local representative— * • MrVANDERFEEN, Lalbert, Or th...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Old Doctor's Yarn. CHAPTER II. (Conclusion) [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 29 May 1914

I . The Old Doctor's Yarn. BY NEMO. CHAPTER II. (Conclusion) "I looked round; the stranger's earn est appeal was too much for me; McMillan was ofF his horse roiling on the plain; he laughed a short fiendish laugh, and kickcd his heel's in the 'O Lord ! it is too much, I can't stand it.' " 'What is the matter,Mr McMillan.' exclaimed the stranger, 'are you ill, sir ? Oh dear, and so far from home, too, what shall we do?' "'AH right, all right,' responded McMillan, between intervals of uproari ous laughter; 'it's an old complaint fever and ague, is it not doctor '.' This cool weather after the heat always affects mo ; is i t not a tact doctor ? "Gentlemen, what could J say I I told a hideous falsehood. You might not think it-but I replied 'Yes. , Wc lighted our pipes. McMillan said it was a good tiling to do to keep away thirst. Only fancy, when^ my pocket aneroid showed 150 deg. in the sun . Well, we rode on, and on, until night. Devil a drop of water we came across until five o'clock...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Motor Cycle Accident [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 29 May 1914

—Motor Cycle Accident - M r F. Tait had a nasty fall from his motor bike or Saturday even ing last. He was riding to Ultima and had just passed Barraport when he ran over a kangaroo dog and the machine was upset. The rider had a nasty fall. He received a severe shakeng, and was badly cut about the face and bruised, but no serious damage was done.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Senate Pre-Election The Chosen Six. [Contributed.] [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 29 May 1914

I The Senate Pre-Electiori The Chosen Six. [Contributed.] Ko no fifty thousand Liberal electors have decreed thatrSenator.M'C'oll, Me*srs Iidgar, Hume Cook, M'Lean, Trenwith uticl Muuger shall ba the candidates of their party should ti double* dissolution be granted and a Senate election be necessary. The choice is a sound one. There were timid foil; who feared that whatever flection <>f the party happened to be numerically strongestin the League? would force '* its ticket and en danger Liberal .solidarity. If there wan any danger of that happening timely warnings, were-heeded, for the six selected are repre sentative, not of any one wing, but of the whole army which confronts Libjr. As to the individual calibre of the six prc-elceted little need be said. Vivo of them have fought many well contested battle?, are old Parliamentarians who will certainly not err through ignorance of any point of the ga ue. The sixth, Mr M'Lean, though lie has not occupied a seat in either...

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

Water for Ouyen. In the township of Ouyen, in I the centre of the North-western Mallee, the residents are urging | the Water Commission to provide a supply of water for that town ship, which is rapidly increasing J in size. A scheme is being pre pared and willprobably be put in hand shortly. No, Thanks! At the April meeting of the ! Korong Shire Council councillors decided that it would be a step in the right direction if they could obtain from the State Govern ment the valuation of the shire made for the purpose of the Land Tax. Application was according ly made, the precaution being taken, however, to be first in formed as to the terms on which the valuation would be supplied. At the last meeting of thecouncil, a reply was read from the Tax ation Office, Melbourne, stating that the valuation would be supplied at the end of the year for the sum of £215. Cr Andrews ejaculated : "No, thanks." Councillors looked astonished and laughed, and passed on to the next business. At the Boort ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Association Football. CLUBS AT LOGGERHEADS. A LIVELY MEETING. OAKVALE WITHDRAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 29 May 1914

Association Football. CLUBS AT LOGGERHEADS. ' ' A LIVELY MEETING. OAKVALE WITHDRAWS. A meeting of the Quambatook and: Ultima District Association was held at Dunphy's Commercial (Hotel on Saturday afternoon, ■when there were presentdelegates from Ultima (Messrs. O'Connor and M'Connell); Meatian (Messrs O'Brien and Alexan ~'er) ; Quam batook- (Messrs. Dunstan and Mangan) ; Oakvale (Messrs. Gardiner and M. Keating.) Mr T. Coughlan (President of the Association) presided. After the minutes of last meet ing had baen read by the secre tary to the Association (Mr Mick Coughlan) Mr Gardiner said he would give notice of motion that such be not confirmed. Mr O'Brien moved and Mr O'Connor seconded —"That the minutes of last meeting, as read, be confirmed." Mr GardinerIf I'm in order, I would like to state that a letter was sent from Ultima to the ef fect that that club would not play on the Oakva'.e ground under any consideration. Mr O'Brien : Can you produce the letter ? . Mr Gardiner : No. ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wheat Poisoning. AND ITS TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 29 May 1914

"Wheat Poisoning AND ITS TREATMENT. Writing to the Jeparit "Leader," in reference to the death of Mr Dart's horses at Wilkur, which died as the re sult of having gorged themselves with wheat, Mr T. Bell, M.R.C.V.S., says that thej^remedy suggested—two or three dessert spoonfuls of bicarbonate of soda, (or baking soda) in warm water, and allowing access to drinking water— I is useless. The latter part of the 1 treatment (he says) is good, but the action of warm water on bicarbonate of soda causes it to effervesce, cr fizz off, and what is really given as a drench is nothing but warm water, the action of the soda being lost 1 If you will allow me, I will try to de I scribe briefly, experiments which have I recently been carried out by profesaion I al men at the Melbourne Veterinary ■ College. An old horse was kept with out food for several days, and then fed with pure wheat; symptoms of wheat poisoning soon showed themselves, and when on the point of death the horse was killed, and th...

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

High Prices for Sheep. The upward tendency in the price of sheep still continues, and at the Charlton fortnightly stock sales on Wednesday records were established for the local yards, by Messrs Thomas Morrow and Co., who sold 36 cross ewes, in lamb, at 27s, on account of Mr W. Cossar, Yeungrojn, and by Messrs Edward Trenchard and Co, who sold 154 6 tooth cross ewes, in lamb to Lincoln, for 27s, on account of Mr G. Bye, Glenloth. There was a small yarding of sheep, about 1000 being penned. The demand was keen, especially for crossbreds, and high rates ruled. Cross ewes, in lamb to Lincolns, made 27s ; cross ewes, 4 tooth, in lamb to Lincolns, 25s 6d ; merino ewes, 18s 6d ; fat wethers, 24s; fat weaners, 22s Gd. At Wycheproof on Tuesday, Messrs Edward Trenchard and Co obtained 28s for 4 and 6 tooth cross ewes, well in lamb, which were disposed of on account of Mr A. M'Donald, Dumosa. The firm also obtained 28s for a line of 4 and 6 tooth cross ewes, in Iamb to Lincolns, sold privatel...

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

QUAMBATOOK. After a few frosty nights, rain commenced to fall early on Mon day evening and the gauge next morning registered 15 points. Yesterday was gusty, the wind being bitterly cold. A Eood fall of rain would be most welcome just now for the young crops. The local sheep market was very firm last Thursday. There was a short supply, the whole of which changed hands under the hammer at High rates. Lines of merino wethers made J.2/G, cross weaners 14/5 to 17'2, and cross wethers (faty to 27/. The local agents report a very strong de mand for all classes of stock, and extensive private operations have been completed by them. Mr J. T. Harvey, manager of the local branch ot the National Bank, is having three weeks' surcease from business cares on his annual leave. Mr E. V. Proud foot, of the relieving staff, is in charge for that term.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 29 May 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS (F5j "Autbrofiino.") A n-mnrkablo statement v:ns made at tho annua! meeting ol tn<: sulc manu facturers of :Vow l'urk to tho effect that tno craz^ lor tango dancing iu America was; re>qn>us:b!o for increased trado profits to such an extent as to outweigh far tho Iom o.uiscd by tho reduction 01 tho American tariff. The manufacturers at tho nieotuig repre sented ix capital of £GO,UUU,UOO. 'Tficy reported that in every Bilk mill on tlio Continent spindles and looms were being driven to their utmost. capacity, whil;> improved machinery and pro cesses oi manufacture woro resulting in larger prolix, J'ractieally every woman in tlio Unile<! States -to-day, •tho president of tho Manufacturers' j Association declared, indulged in tho I tango and other South American 1 dances, with tho result tliat evorv wo man rcquir.'d a much more expensive : wardrobe than formerly. Tho demand for .silk die ses during tho winter sea son, he said, was unpreced...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOME PROBLEMS IN WHEAT FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 29 May 1914

" SOME PROBLEMS !N WHEAT FARMING. (Written sjiuciully for ''Fni-mpi's'" t»» ssoUV' by J. H. Dr. Patterson's research work pror*d that tho application of superphosphate to tho wheat aroas not only 'supplies available" phosphoric acid, but at tho samo time stimulates ,tho nitrifying baoteria m tho soil to increased en ergy. Tho system adopted in iho northern aroas of fallowing tho land is carried out by farmers in order to provide two yearn' moisture for one view's crop. Tho fallow system also brings about tho preparation of nitrates m tho soil. Tho two chief agencies ;it work iu Ihi.s preparation aro .tho aeration of soil and the sun's heat, which, in a moist sod, promote groat. bacterial aclivilv, more especially if organic master "is present in sufficient quantity. Tho dry fallowing system 'is a modi fication of tho Loi'fi Weedon system. In tho T/oi's-AVeedon system, tho land a^r .being properly prepared hv ploughing, etc., was sown in strips, 12 fept wide, with fallow strips, 12 f...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 29 May 1914

■'MELBOURNE LETTER' 2; (From Our Spccial Correspondent). Onion Hughes should b: in demand n* tho conductor—nut of it stadium for , 'pri//' but. 61' h|MC,ii| mits.ons. Ho ii.u- gai..e:l the right, kind ol lain'o ' (it would iia:»Jiy be moo to call it notor iety) tiu.t goes to diaw tho crowds, and thut/ is u hat i» needed nowadays. \YIk.-i the Vnu« upon im\s of empty uiiu can why chmvh author ities ia other eountri-s are driven hy sJm muiij lack of congregations, io.ro Mill to i'Jl sorts of meiliuls to attract tho people. It v.f/itld scyn tJiat if wiui. c.i iiix'iH's la*r<i aro to be kept open at all, some similar move in tlio way oi inveting the seiviecs with elements conducive to "popularity'1 must bo x'2 riuriod to. it is not- a pleasant fact out is nono the less truu. With this in viow—tlio devising of means 'to <. draw 1 ho corwds who, once brought v. iiliin the? sacred precincts to bo Jim ust.U may tomsi'n to pray— there aro inlinito pnssib.iities in the pu...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROVIDING FEED FOR EARLY SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 29 May 1914

PROVIDING FEED FOR EARl.V SPRING. Now is tho time to think about pro viding feed /or the early spring months —the wot August sum the ooh| Sep. I tember—when «1! tho e«ws uv« newly I calved, and they are rather low in ] coudiufm. ){ye corn is the host plant i for making growth in thu whiter, uuid { this is what Hurkelt says hhout it in his valuable book, "Farm Drops" :— RY15. ttyo \viif grow much bettor on rich himi than on Jautl that is poor. Never theless. it is grown chiefly on land that is sandy in texture and that is loiv in fertility.' Tt is so grown bt cause other cereals eamiot be grown with equal success on sueh soils; but tlujro aro wide areas in nmny states welt a<(ci pt*-cl to its growth and on those it is not grown. Thb habit of growth in r.vo enables it to gather food in soils whoi\? other cereals would /ail. Tho ground is prepared for rye as for other crops, that is, by ploughing to a reasonable depth. * 2t h not necessary to pimigh so deeply as ful some oth...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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METHODS OF DIAGNOSING TUBERCULOSIS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 29 May 1914

METHODS OF DIAGNOSING TUBERCULOSIS. Is there more than ono tuberculin test in use; if so, how ninny? Whcra is tlio dilFcrcncn, if any, between the I intradermal test and thermal test? Are 1 thero any other disea:;es or conditions, other than being infected with tuber culosis, that will causo a cow to react? It has been said that an infcctod herd may bo treated to prewnt any mic tion; i& that a iactr Thus writes ft correspondent to "Hoard's - Dairy man" {.U.S.), :awl Unit paper answers as follows: — Thero are throe methods gf diag nosing tuberculosis — tlio ophthalmic, tlio intradermal, and the thermal test, the latter being, the most common. The ophthalmic test consists of put ting, a biiiitll quantity of tuberculin in tho eye of tho cow to bo tested. Tho tuborcnlin is diluted or a'salve is mado ol' it. In oighteen hours or less, if ihe animal bo tubercular, thero is shown a marked inflammation of tlio mebranes of tiie eyo and a slight dis charge. If tlio animal is froo> ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MONEY IN PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 29 May 1914

MONEY IN PIGS. The rearing ol pigs was the subject of an iuUTLdLiu;; i/upi.-r ru-nu ny air. X'. Uuniiin rtctmiy u^loro the mem bers ot tho Otakoho blanch oi tho 1<'armors' Onion. l'jg> Jiavo the reputation oi bomg airly animals, :-aui *Mr. Liauula, but it propeily housed aiul looked iUU'i' aro ono fi liio most pro fitable, its wrU as Uio moat, miere>ung ' prouuets of the larm, and u i* surpn> i*AU.iV.u p<6iw- H ,CLI1.3 .wiCrc tu« P*& '• coucwiiiwa "aiiy urn Unug w»a ao." Xiio vkmh pi out v* ill uoou , tiio small esponuiiuro on a good com fortable Jioilio. For goneial riquiro- ; meats i consider that a bunding iluu ! by 7ti, with wood Hour, divided into ; sour couip.u'tiiit.uu, Unci; lor broeuing 1 bows, oacu tilt by 711, u rail plae-<i I about 10 iuclu-j vul from wnJ) ami tin' j caiao distance above tiio iloor is nveo'-. eary to prevent the *o\v in/in over;ay.ug Jicr young. 'i'uj iviuaming space, I it by 71'v, I use for a fattening X...

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

OF RURAL INTEREST'! (13y "itu.sti'jus.") To establish a breed of wheat that will grow tlirco grains lor every two produced l>v tko present best variety >9 an' achievement of no moan tmpurt If) Victoria. That is tko stage at which tho olFmts of Mr, Kicli ardson, Agricultural Superintendent,' to doubel tho State's .yield aro said to bo nt present. In the decade '1900 11)10 Victoria produc-xl an avorago of 9.GG bushels to tho aero. In 1911 tho average whs 14.52, in 19112 it t'ol! to 9.(55; but Hi 1910 recovered to 12.5S. Tho average of tho Jast- har vest reached 12.81. Of conrsu the averagj yield from season to .season de pend* ho much upon the rainfall that those figures are nol, a true te.>t of » raisiug of a standard. ..Never theless, j't is an established fact that with modern improvements the yield of wheat can ho increased, J us!/ "as tlio milk yield of cows can !>:? enhanced through >cientific selection and breed ing uud proper feeding and housing. Mr. Richanlson ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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THE LAW AND THE DAIRYMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 29 May 1914

THE LAW AND THE DAIRYMAN. It is only in raro instances, says Jolm Bull," thnv a milk vendor, charged .with an oJK-nco nudor tiio rood and I)rugs Ac',, is nblo to make good his defence. Q'ho nfiicial analysis tells its deadly tale, and though tho luckless dofondant may bo entirely guiltless of criminal action, ho must as a.;ruio; pay -tli© price. Twoadul tejSitiou cases rweutly' disposed of by tho Huvant IL'iieh wcro not without general, interest. In tho iirst tho deiendaut indiguantlv denied having IV a"y way tampered with tho auilk. Confronted with ths analyst's report, showing 14 per cent, of added water. no proposed to call his cowkeeper, who, hu declared, would coniinn his protcs . tations of hinoccnco. No .sooner had thin worthy stopped into the box, however, than ho made ft clean breast of tho wholo business, declaring that lio iiad hims?Jf for Jiis uwn purposes poured water into his master's churns. • Closely interrogated, prior to the hear ing, tiio man had denied all knowie...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ECONOMICAL BUTTER PRODUCTION. RESULTS OF TESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 29 May 1914

ECONOMICAL BUTTER: PRODUC TION. HKSULTS ()!<■ TESTS. ■ Nil* Hnn«un, director of tbo, J)e* parliueut of Animal Husbandry in the i ,su Central Uxperimont Station, who ha.> closely studied the largo ma terial provided by tbo cow- testing, as sociations, sums up tho 7Sth report as 1'oUows:— . . • 1. {\ regards tho variations in tno conipostiion of tbo total solids of the ' milk. ... ... 1. ''That m all normal milk, with the' :• atno fat percentage, tbo fat al ways forms tha simo percentage of the Uv;-U solids of tho nulk. . If tho fat percentage drop.; in the milk, tho fat. |i:?reuatago in tho total solids aiflo «.::ous down, .so that when tho . mdk t.'sts 2 per cent. it only is JO per cunt, of tho total solidu. Jf the lat 'percentage of tho milk rises that in tho total solids a5.-:o ries* up, so that with a 0 par cent, milk it amounts to 4U per c^nt. of the solids. , . ' "i ho/jo changes in tho composition of the milk solids havo proved lrrespec ' tivolv wliother tbs incr...

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RETURN OF THE PRODIGAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 29 May 1914

RETURN OF THE PRODIGAL. Henry did not got en very wolf with his people at home, so ho enlisted, and after ;t tinio vent to ihdin. .After many years lio returned to his native village, thinking how Mirpriscd the old folk would bo. Ho' walked aloiig ilio village streot in hif» .smart-looking uniform, iiis heart boating fust ns lie noared the oiil homo.-. Opening tho gate, ho walked up tluv gravel path. .Just tHen a ferocious dog rUBned out»nnd grabbed his leg. Shaking the dog ofi'-, ho r»poo<liTy re gained tho road, and was standing at tho other sido of tho feneo when his father came out. "Ah, my son!" said the old man. "Liko tho prodigal, you havo return ed 1" "Yes," growled tho soldier, "bu.t it's your dog that's enjoyed tho fatted coif r*

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