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MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 5 June 1914
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNO>V«. Concerning sonic parts of this exten sive district news comes but seldom. This is not 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 the silent places. Will some man or woman take the matter in hand and cause the silence to cease. 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 ents, conccrts, sports, social gatherings, " matters touching district industries, etc. Write the names of persons and places very distinctly. • Don't bother about grammar or spell ii>(* ; it's the editor's work to look after thn-c trifles. The barest skeleton is enough. . % Write only on one side of the paper. 'Give information, but let criticism alone. (P . Wiitc your n;nne nnd nd»lri»*&lt;; on some corncr--imt forpubika...
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 5 June 1914
COURSING. A meeting of the Oakvale Coursing Club was held at Oak vale on Friday night and it was decided to hold their' first match on Wednesday, June 17th, 1914. The following officers wereelected —President, Mr R. Moore ; vice president, Mr H. Griffith; sec retary, Mick Coughlan; head slipper, D. Gardiner; assistant slippers, R. Fleming and M. Coughlan; judge, MrM.Coughlin. Meet at road between John Forrester's and Tom Coughlan's, j at 9 o'clock, June 17th.
Delegates' Meeting HELD AT ULTIMA. SPECIAL TRAINS TO BE ENGAGED. THE BOORT CLUB ADMITTED. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 5 June 1914
Delegates' Meeting HELD AT ULTIMA. SPECIAL TRAINS TO BE EN GAGED. THE 1300RT CLUB ADMITTED. The fourth delegates' meeting for the season was held at McConnoU's Railway Hotel, Ultima, on Monday last, when representatives from Roort, Quambatook, .Meatian and Ultima wore present. Tho iincortninlt.y of the .situation as to who would bo the competing tenuis, has at last boon ohiviated, mid the teams to take ' part will ho clubs representing tho towns I named.} J.Mr GrifVen was elected to the chair. After Mr O'Connor, on behalf of the Ultima dub, had extended a cordial wolcome to Hie visiting delegates, and the ordinary routine business was dis posed of, Messrs Diiiht and Parkinson moved, that the name of the competition he-altered to road—"The Northern Dis trict Footb.ill League. '— Carried. Mr Dight informed tho mooting that .the greatest difticulty to be overcome, at least )ifl far as the Boort club was con* corned, would be tho chartering of special trains. Tho speaker said ho had alr...
PETTY SESSIONS. [Before Mr Adamthwaite, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 5 June 1914
PETTY SESSIONS. [Before Mr Adamthwaite, J.P. The usual weekly Court of Pessions was held this morning, when Mr A. E. Adamthwaite was the only Justice to put in an appearance. This brought forth strong comment from Mr J. T. Keane, L.L.B. non-vacc I nat ion. In a non-vaccination- case, T. Ryan- was fined £1. Default Summons. An order was made in favor of J. P. Kelly against Chas. Storey | for £28 Os 6d, with £1 13s 6d costs, on a default summons. Mr Keane appearei for com plainant. A Disputed Contract. S. Cameron v. Cuttle.—Claim f®r £4 4s, service of a horse. Mr Keane for complainant, Mr Parsons for defendant. Mr Keane, at the outset, said that in a township like Quamba took, where Justices were ap pointed, he could not understand I their failing to put in appearance to adjudicate. Mr Adamthwaite agreed witji Mr Keane. He was sorry there was not a Bench. Mr Keane : In one case it is an instance of deliberately staying away! Mr Adamthwaite : I can't agree with you as to that. ' Mr Kea...
FOOTBALL. CHILLINGOLLAH v STRATFORD E [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 5 June 1914
FOOTBALL. —o — CL111/L1NGOLLA.H v STKATFOkl) R At tho invitation of the Stratford East 1'ootball Club, tlie *Oo1!uh* visited Strat ford on Saturday last, and played a friendly game, which* resulted in a win for th * XSoliah by bcvoh points. The linal scores being :—Chilingolluh, goals. fl liehinds ; Stratford East, I goal 4 hohinds. The 'Qollah team weto cap tainod hy Harry Loador, while tho vc toran Win. Ivilcy -tctod in a liko position for Stratford Tlio mutch was very evonly contested, and many players J showed promiso of good form as the season advances. The p'ayers who w.»ro most prominent for 'Go'lah wer -rO-Hi dor (capt.), Singleton. Truan, Mursdi'ii Hamilton, Corlctt, McKenzie, Austin and Collins, and for Stratford East, W, Kiley ^Capt.), M 'Donald, Noonan and Egan. Mr Fitzgorald was the central umpire, und.gavo general satisfaction. GonMiickers for 'Gollnh Marsdon, an.I Corlctt, and for Stratford, Noonun. The visito-a wero entertained at toi after the match, which was great...
GORDON SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, June 3. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 5 June 1914
GORDON SHIRE COUN CIL. Wednesday, June 3. Present—The President (Cr Ottrey), and Cra Weaver. Esler, Barnes, Cable, Mclntyre, Coutts, Jono3, and MTh"eminutes of last meeting were'; read ar,d confirmed. Correspondence. , I From Department of. Public Works, approving of tenders sub mitted under government grant. — Received. , From Shire of Oxley, re dredg ing in rivers and streams, drawing attention to damage done, and asking council to urge their Parlia mentary representatives to have the recommendations of the Dredg* iitc Inquiry Board adopted.—Cr Coults suggested that council should fall in with the ideas of the Shire os Oxley, and give all assist ance. He looked on dredging as a curse to the country, as it spoils the springs and watercourses. . -We moved that support be given. Cr E*ler seconded the motion, ana quoted the damage done to the Laanecoorie Weir, which had silted up and does not now carry half its original water capacity. Some restriction should be placed ou dredging com...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 5 June 1914
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GOLF. LOCAL CLUB FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 5 June 1914
QOLF. LOCAL CLUB FORMED. An enthusiastic meeting was hold at tho Mechanics' Hall, on Monday nighb last, when a cliu to bo called " The Ultima Golf Club " was for med, Dr. Rowau occupied the chair, and there were present, Messrs Cowper, Hosking, Drew.itt (2), Ver tigan, Cougle.Brunnen, Timmins, H. Cuttle, and .Hurlig, and apologies wore riceivod from Messrs O'Connor Guy. Mills, McDonald, Verrilcer and Schooling. After the chairman had explained the objects of the meeting and expressed ihe opinion that a Golf Club was necessary lo tho pro gresMveness of the town. Mr Cowper moved, " That this meeting is of opinion that a Golf Club be formed to take the nams of tho town."— Seconded by Mr D. Ilurtig, and carried unanimously. The following ollicials and com mitteemen were then elected: — President, Dr Jas. Kowan : Vice Presidents, Messrs Cowper, Guy, Drewett, senr. ; Treasure-, Mr S. Hosking : Secretary, Mr G. -J, Brur, nen; Committee, Messrs Vertigan, Cowper, Guy, Drewett, seur. It was d...
Cycling and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 5 June 1914
Cycling and Mot&lt;yr Notes. Dun. Kirklmm sends the Dunlor> Rubber C:>. some interesting partieularn of the INiris Tonrs Kace, the necond long distance event thai the Australian team of riders tompeted in. The race was held over a course of 196} miles, the first portion of the routo being hilly. The event started at 6 a.m., 124 riders starting away together Kirkham states that the l'cugcot firm had. two riders amnng-t the starters, for tlie purpose of hreakmg up lite big field, und they carried nut their mission so successfully that at the end of 25 miles there were only 30 riders in the leading hunch Kirkham rather foolishly had started awa^ with a 72 inch gear, and the f.ist pedalling to Ueep up with the leaders wonied liiin considerably. Ivarly in the race Keefe punctured twice, whilst SmOl Ink! similar, troubles, but caught up attain at Hlois (111 miles). Monro and Kirkham g.»t dropped some 53 miles after the start, they having started on too low gears, and the pac...
The Ultima Star & Chlilinoollah Express Friday. June 5. Suicide Attempted With Penknife. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 5 June 1914
"Che CUtuna Star & CbUUnoollab Bxprcas Friday. June 6. Suicido Attempted With Ponknife. A man named John Bakor on Sunday night attempted to commit suicide l»y cutting bi9 throat with h penknife. Baker, who is omployed on a farm at Wnitchie, was brought into Sua Lako for mcdical at ondanco. I>r. Greer inserted several stichos in tho wound. Oa Monday Baker was brought befoie the local court of petty sessi ns,undremanded to Bendisjo lor mcdical observation. Ileld Ovor. A report of the annual meeting of tho Dltiiua District Bras* Band, riili shoot ing notes, and other items of interest, is unavoidably hold ovor uati) next issue. —2UI) Lads for Farm Work.— The next contingent Jads arriving from Great Britain for farm work will reach Molbourne by the s.s. u Makarini" about 14th June, and tic Immigration Bureau is now receiving applications from farmers and other country employ ers who may bo needing the r assistance. Tiie lads are available at a wage of froin; 10s per week and ...
QUAMBATOOK. People's Party. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 5 June 1914
QUAMBATOOK. People's Party. The Liberal pre-eloction was discussed by members of the local branch of the People's Party Ion Saturday night, when there were in attendance Messrs Adamthwaite ('President), Jas. Cameron, Holland, Fawcett, R. Cottrell, M. Meehan, A. Gross, R. Kennedy, E. Ryan, C. Shaw, Muldoon, Rogers and T. J. Dun stan (hon. sec.) The minutes of previous meet ing were confirmed on themotion of Messrs Jas Cameron and A. Gross. Moved by Mr Rogers, seconded by Mr J. Cameron, " That in the opinion oftheQuambatookBranch of the People's Party the action of the Hon. S. Mauger in first withdrawing frjm the Liberal League's Pre-Senate election, and at the same time holding to him self the right to stand as a Liberal candidate, entirely alienates Liberal sympathy; but if ap proved by theexecutivewepledge ourselves to vote the Liberal ticket." Amendment moved by Mr Holland, seconded by Mr Mul doon, " That the Executive of the People's Party be requested to ask Mr Mauger to stand d...
EUREKA. EMPIRE DAY CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 5 June 1914
EUREKA. (From Our Own Correspondent). EMPIRE DAY CELEBRATIONS. Empiro Day at Eureka was celobrated by a picnic hold at tho school in the morning, after which.tho children gave a display of physical drill, under the su pervision of teacher (Mias Wade), in the presence of parents and others. Short addresses were given to the children by Mr Horner, who spoke on " Empire Bay." Mr Joyco also spuke, and on be half ■ f th'-J toacher, thanked all wioh d attended. The.morning celebrations were then brought to a olo.so by tho singing of 4 God Save tlio King." An adjourn ment was then made to a marquee for lunch, and after all present had partaken of the good things provided, sports for tho children wore then commenced. The eh 1 Iron spent a most enjoyablo time in competing for th» liberal prizes provided for them. T would like to mention just here, that through the efforts of 0110 of tho mouibor'sof tho committee, Myers of Bendigo, generously donated a box of toys for tho children. Mr C. O'Hr...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 5 June 1914
FOOTBALL. ' Quambatook is particularly fortunate this year in its team, as it has practically all the players who won for it Premiership honours last season, and will be further strengthened by several Oakvale and Cannie players. It also has a large number of promising juniors who will be given a chance to show their worth during the season, and if their form in practice is any criterion, several of them will not be found wanting. Judging by the harmonious feeling displayed amongst dele gates at the League meeting on Monday night at Ultima, we will have a competition which will raise the standard of football in this district, and will at the same time provide many friendly if strenuous games, as it is expected that.all the teams will be fairly evenly matched. The various secretaries are now hard at work gathering in their players in readiness for the start of the season which takes plaae on Saturday next. At the meeting of delegates, E. Booth was granted permission to play for Meati...
Empire Day. CELEBRATIONS AT WEWIN. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 5 June 1914
Empire ' Hay. CELEBRATIONS AT \VE\V1N.: (By'Owen Jury.) Empire Day was celebrated on Friday, ,22nd ult, by saluting the , British flag in the morning. A num ber of parents came about 10 o'clock, andjvo had a little concert. Sprae of the children recited, and all the parents joined in when wo were singing. There were two interest ing speeches [riven by Mr Brown and Mr McKenzic. Mr McOuley (our teacher) was plensed to see the parents present, and ho said he thought the children wero even more pleased, because they did not want to come and sing and recite to bare walls. Wo finished up by singing the National Anthem, and then gave three cheers for the King, and all present who helped to make the gathering a success joined in. Mrs Brown kindly supplied tea and lunch for all us children in the school, and the parents lunch at the house. We all enjoyed ourselves playing games before leaving for borne.
CHICKEN LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 5 June 1914
CHICKEN'l.OVE. I he pnstor of-a coloured concrcga' lion wns warming up to the clmm* of his sermon, and hU-atiditors wer&lt;i W4i\:nj: more and more excited. . : "I wnhns ycr, O ray congregation," OJ.claimcd the cxhorter, VI vrahas ycf u>:ninst ponchin', 1 wahris ycr agaln «t do sin in whisky drinkin', nml dc sin of chicken raisin', an' I wahni ycr, my beddern, against de sinin melon steaiin'. A devout worship per in the rear ol the church jumi> ed to his feet, and snapped his fin ders excitedly. "Whuffo* docs ycr, my brudder, r'ar up an' snap yo fingers when 1 speak of melon steaiin' ?" asked tbq preacher. "Kftse yo' jes 'minds mc wbar 1 l,%f tn;4h overcoat" replied the devout worshipper, as he subsided into hi* "I am here Mr. Uoyd George hciv.n a spctich in the House of t'.om riicDjs. "And so 1 am." au interrup 'or shouted. *Ycn, hut you are not ill there,"- was the 'dV&conccrtlng rc : ort.
INGENIOUS [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 5 June 1914
INGENIOUS Little Marjorie very much wanted to know how old bcr granny was, and at Inst summoned up courage to ask her the direct question. She was told that she roust not ask the ages of grown-up people. "Well, then, granny," .she said, 'in hrr most wuininjj manner, "how old shall 1 be when I'm as old as you?"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 5 June 1914
Ultima Stock- Sale v 'l NEXT SALE Tuesday, June 9. 'Thos. Morrow and Go. HAVE much pleasure in announcing to tl»c public that they have now lecided to hold Fortnightly Sales, and hat Mr R. P. Purcoll, Auctioneer, will >e stationed at Ultima, and wil conduct • ales throughout the district. The firm topes by strict attention to business, to uerit the patronage of the public gene rally. OFFICE—BROOKS' HOTEL. Ultima Stock Sale. rrHOMAS MO I! ROW un.1 CO. wil • i offer at their Yards — TUESDAY, JTJNK 9 • • Further entries invited. THOS. MORROW & CO., Auctioneers. Ultima. LALBERT Saturday, June 6, '14 THOS. MORROW & CO 1"YESiRE to announce that at the re . jlJ quest of numerous clio ntjand re sidents of the district they have decided to bold REGULAR SALES OF STOCK ' atXulbert. ihs next of such sains ho bo -held on above date at the hotel yards, when the.v will orfer— Sheep Cattle Horses Entries invited, to be sent to our local representative— MrVANDERFEEN, Lalbert, . Or...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 5 June 1914
No More Indigestion. WONDER ACHIEVED BY NEW PRODUCT. It seems reasonable to suppose that in a short time there will be no more indigestion or dyspepsia. The old style " digestives " such as bismuth, pepsine, charcoal, soda, ,*c., which after all are only tem porary in their effects, are rapidly becoming discarded in favor of a simple antacid, known to chemists ai> bisnr.'.ted magnesia, with the re sult that physicians are being called upon to treat fewer cases of stomach trouble than ever before, This is not so very surprising when it is remembered that, according to available statistics, over Do per cent, of nil stomach troubles are due to acidity. Iiisurated magne sia may readily be obtained frjm any chemist at a s.rall cost, and balf-a-teaspoonful taken in a little water after meals will immediately neutralise all harmful acids in the stomach, prevent fermentation, and thus render the food easy of diges tion. A lillOCKU'S KIX'OMMKNIIATIO.V "I'Yir the [i.i-t tuvnty years,' writ...