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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

RIFLE SHOOTING. (By '* Vcrnior.") It would, porbaps, not bo a bad pro codont to follow tho rulo of the South Bondigo Club, which stipulate* that no member can claim a prizo until he fires his muskotry. Thia must be com moted by the end of June. Tho oflicora aro unrelenting—no musketry, no prizes boiuy their ultimatum. Thoi-o thus only remains throo weeks to completo tho coutKc. Though many have (lotto the musUotry, tho few unfinished .shots must bo done, prior tc t30th of Juno. Targets will bo in position each shooting day till thon. The officers expect th:s to bo thoir greatest musketry year. I notico in a Sydney morning journal tho followiug " Tho regulation, should nover have been raado as the only pur* pooe it savored'was to make a supera bundance of soro chins or cheeks. Ah a matter of fact, its appoaranco caused sovcral good shots to refrain from taking part in last yoar's prize meeting, as tho .concession—a handorchicf foldod in four — would not givo tho necessary protection ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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INGENIOUS CYCLE INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

INGENIOUS CYCLE 'INVENTION.** Messrs. Brown and Ross, of Wytby bed Grceri, Alvechurch, Worcestershire .send us particnhiTF of «• very inter cstintc invention which they bavcfTn tented. All users ol cycles knovr.tho little troubles attendant upon chain adjustments—unscrewing the nuts on. the hack hub, making the adjustment and tightening up agnin. Jn the cur« or some makes of speed gears, also, the rod moving the clutch has also to be loosene-d in accordance with thi» alteration. But Brown and IIcuw'k idea is to make possible these atten tions without touching the back, wheel, and this is done by making the chain wheel, bottom bracket n"\l» and cranks all in one piece. A 'good idea of the worktop of the arrange ment is given in our illustrations. Fig. 2 shows.the groove. into, .which slides the part shown in Fig. l.'tfho ; latter contains the axle, chain wheel,. .and cranks.. Ftp. 3 shows the deyice" i in.position, ^tightened. by means of the nut- inthehtfUamofthe frame. To slacken -...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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What is Supporting the Local Press? [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

What is Supporting the I Local Press ? j What is supporting the local press:— Tsit Funding complimentary tickets ami handbills (printed in other towns) with a ivcjuest toaJtond and give tt report (for - -tltcgnori.of thcCUURL')ui'bhc COtlCCl't, HOui'll, demonstration or rei^i.jus meeting when - the Hsiino bus not b«s..:*i .'olvcrtiscd in the loout paper? Ah ! lit), my dear brctbein, • it is nut. Is it supporiing tlio pros to.; givu'onu inch ♦•u-lvt1' and want a £2 . reporrVvNo, my de-irly beloved brctberj), the perspiring journa Ui cannot wash his hands in innueonw-tn I lind bread, &o.;, for. his family ts KSSK or v.s iwsxk, pay rent, wages, taxes, .and uther heavy charges, unless ho-is supported decently, unless all tainting be kept in tin- district, or unless lie nceives good ndveitising ' support. Notv ithstandiug a custom very largely followed, I say don't bo inc.vn with the press—cncourngo it and support it; don't acini work out of the district, iicincm* bur the press i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

Ultima Coffee Palace. ADJOINING COMMbROlAti HANK. \ V "THE Pl.ACli FOlt COMFORT.'.' Every convenience for every class—permanent boarders- ! •« commercial travellers. and fanners. . .' Large Dining, Reading, and Commerdal'Rooms,-' . — i With fill appurtenances for.ea^e and comfort. ■ Single and double beds,'hot dr cold, baths.' Motor car for hire Best Stabling. *. Provision for e;<tra demand on accommodation just com pleted. , JOSEPH DREWETT, Proprietor This Way, Sir"! Railway = Hotel, ULTIMA (Opposite Hftihv.iy Station). • ; Ample nctouunndtiiion on irnes. Choiec'cliimvwipie Ac wines Afo or Cais for Ilirj. W. J. O'BRIEN, Proprietor. Alf. Van, BUILDER, ULTIMA, HA*> f«>r SuKj u iHvyc fjnunt.ity of lm-d ;ni»l .>of{.\voi)«l limber. «u lv:uii>c.l irof*. nn'.i spouting' FOH >ALK n'JjOWKST IIA'1136. NICHOLAS L. O'CONNOR; LL.M. V.ViS.'A".,'-' , - Barrister. SolHitor.;.Conyeyan cir. and Frcctor," ' : . ' , ULTIMA. A • CommisKumnr of tho Miprumc Court' • of tho:btnto...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

Chamberlain's Tablets mi' i FOR CONSTIPATION.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOVj'-> d> '. < o > ■ Concerning some parts of this exten sive district news comes but seldom. This is hot entirely our fault; we have rib 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 silencc 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, concerts, sports, social gatherings, matters touching district industries, etc. | Write the names of persons and plac.us 1 very distinctly, ' • •• .. -;: • J Don't bother about grammar or spell ing ; it's the ediioi's work to Sonk after tlm.-e trifles. The barest skeleton is enmij:li. % \Yi;iie o.nly on one side of the paper. Give information, but let criticism ■ ilonc:-* ;: Wi.iie vmir name and a...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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BOORT v. QUAMBATOOK. QUAMBY VICTORIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

BOORT v. QU A.MBATOOK. QUAMBY V1CT0RIUS. The Boort team were at home to Quambatook on Saturday. The visitors arrived by train at 12 o'clock, and, as agreed to at the association meeting, the match was started at 2.15 p.m., so as to allow the game to be finished in good time to permit the Quambatook players catching the early evening train. The business places in Boort j were closed during the progress of the ' match. The teams were as follow:— Quambatook.—E Gross, White, Barry and M. Coughlan (backs), A. Gross and Houston <haJf-b3cks}, J. King, F. Gross and L. Money (centre linc(, Raff, W, Gross (captain), Mc Gillivray (half-forwards', Sizer, Tim Oarrutbers and Bayliss (forwards), R. Carruthers and F. Cameron (followers), and J. Corrigan (rover). •, Boort—Williamson, Pickering (cap tain) and Ross (backs), Dickenson, Killuen and Burrows (half backs), Parkinson, Dodson and F. Cameron (centre), C. Robinson, Morgan and Gordon (half-forwavd), Weaver, Trac; and Ward (forward), ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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CHILLINGOLLAH v. STRATFORD E. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

CHILLINGOLLA.H » STRATFORD E. Tho above uiatch was phiyoj on the tho Stratford ground, and resulted in an easy win for Ohillingnlluh. Tlio scores in tho various quarters were:—First, Chillingollah, Q gc als, C behinds ; Strat ford, 2 bchtnds. Stflrond, Chillingolliih, 4—4 to nil. Third, Stratford, X goals to nil. Fourth, Chillin^ollah, 4—3 to nil. Final scores : — ChiUin^ollah ... 11 goals, 13 bhds. Stratford East.... 5J "oalU, 2 bhds. Goal-kickers for 'Gollah—Caulott (3), Marsden (3), Gadsden (2), McCaguo, Murphy and O'Connor. Stratford—Mc Muhon (2) and Roberta. Host playors for tho visitors woro:— LI. Loader (captain), G. Marstmi, W. Singleton, B. O'Connor, Murphy, Me Caiman, MeOague, Caulett,' J. lijiuiiUon, VlcKen/.io and Gadson. For the homo team—Cu Ion, Noonan, Ivi oy, Dodd, and Clark (captain). Umpire Boss O'Bryan gavo satisfaction to both sides.

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MATCHES TO BE PLAYED. The draw is as under, all matches being played on the ground of the first named club:—FIRST ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

MATCHES TO HE PLAYED. The draw is as under, all matches being played on the ground of the first named club First Round. June 13—Ultima v. Quambatook Mcatian v. Boort (Lalbert) June 20—Quambatook v. Mcatian Boort v. Ultima Second Round. June 27—Quambatook v. Boort Ultim'a v. Mcatian July 4—Quambatook v. Ultima Boort v, Meatian Jnly 11—Meatian v. Quambatook Ultima v. Boort Third Round. July IS—Quambatook v. Boort Mcatian v. Ultima July ?5 -Ultima v. Uuambatook Meatian v. Boort (L) Aug.. 1—Quambatook v. Meatian Boort v. Ultima Fourth Round. Aug. 8—Boort v. Quambatook Ultima v. Mcatian Aug. 15—Quambatook v- Ultima Boort v. Meatian Aug. 27—Meatian-v. Quambatsak (L) Ultima v. boort

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CHILLINCOLLAH DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. WAITCHIE v. TYRRELL DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

CHILLINCOLLAH DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. WAITCHIE v. TYRRELL DOWNS. The above toams met on the Waitchie ground oh Saturday last. Thoro was ft good attendance of spectators. Sovoral of Waitchies Inst seuson'tj players aro playing with other teams, and their place# havo boon filled by several of the best South Waitchio players And somo promising colt3. A . fafrly interesting gnrao rosulted, and Tyrrell .who were not fully represented, played well at times. Tho final scores were;— Waitchio ... 7 goal.*, 15 behinde. Tyrrell^Downs ... 0 goals, 5 bohinds. J. O'Connor was elected captain of tho Waitchio team, and "SiJowoy"Currio was in cbargo of Tyrrell Downs. Murray Lev/is played a splendid game for Wnitchie, and Tot Smith, Tas Cooper, J. Green (3 goals), O'Connor, Woonton, Dunstan Bros., and Hamilton Bros., all playod well. TyreH'fl beat were ltyraer, Currie, Huddlcstone, Umbers, Smith and Gleeson.

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CENTRAL GLADSTONE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

Central Gladstone Associa tion. The opening matches in connection with the above association were played on Saturday. Last year's premiers, Wychitella, on their own ground, were easily defeated by their neighbours from Buckrabanyule. P. Arundell um pired. At Borung the local men proved too strong for Mysia, the scores being —Borung, -1 goals 10 behinds ; Mysia, 1 goal 6 behinds. The clubs were re presented by the following teams Borung—Speer (4), Andrews (2), Hell (2), Potter, Griffiths, Keilar, Eeles, J. Vernon, Davern, Radcliffe, Bird find Gray ; Mysia — Chalmers (5), Dick, Fisher (2), Rollinson (2), Ward, Gook, Ritchie, Allen, McDonald, Steel, O'Oonnell (2). W. Griffiths was elected captain of ltorung and A. Chalmers was given charge of the Mysia eighteen. A slight breeze assisted Borung in the first quarter, and they did most of the attacking, one goal, kicked from a mark by R. Speer, and five behinds was their tally for the term. Mysia failed to score. In the second quarter Mys...

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BOORT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

BOORT. The writ to fill the vacancy for Korong electorate, caused by the death of. Mr T. Langdon, was issued on Tuesday. Nominations close on 17th June and polling will take place 011 JGth. Mr A. Gray is the chosen representative of the Liberal party, and he is likely to be op posed by Mr W. Williams, Clurl ton, and Mr Dunkley, of St. Arnaud. Diphtheria has been very pre valent in Boort and around the dis trict of late, nearly a score of cases having been reported, and still the disease is spreading. Some drastic steps should be taken to prevent a further spread of this malady, and more precautious she uld be observed against infection. The aunual ball in connection with the local R.C. Church was held in the Mechanics' Hall on Friday evening la >t. It was a tine night and a large number attended, about GO couples being present. The floor was in spiendid order for dancing, and a most enjoyable time was spent. First class music was provided by Miss Dillon (piano) and Miss Downes (v...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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CHARACTER IN CHINS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

CHARACTER IN CHINS. A pointd chin is said to 1 >y a of craftiness, wi-doiti, and dij-oretion. A .soft, fat, doub.'e chin shows sen suousne.-s ami an indolent tempera ment. A Hat thin >hou,s a cold, hard na ture; a .small chin indicates weakness, want of will power, and cowardice. A retreating chin is a sign of Mill ings, and, if the brow he shallow, ol imbecility. Where tlu; spaeo between the nose and tho red part of the lip is short and very sharply cut,it indicates re iir.emeut and delicacy of perception, but not much power. There is no force of intellect where this space is usually short A rather long but not Hat upper, lip denotes an eloquent person. A very lonjj upper lip, which is Hat, and which belongs to a straight, or formless, or too thick-lipped mouth, is a sign of n low and vicious type of character. A square and massive chin shows strong and delormmed will.

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The Ultima Star & Chillinoollah Express Friday, June 12. Mr N. L. O'Connor's Departure. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

Vbe Ultima Star & ChUlinooUah express Friday. June 12. Mr N. L. O'Connor's Doparture. Messrs I'onneiatnor, uuttlo, O'Brien and Groy, J'sP, presidod At tho Ultima Court on Thursday last. After a fow unimportant cases bad been dealt with, Mr O'Connor remarked that as it was his last appearance for some time hero, ho thought it only right to thank in tho first placo the three police Magis trates, before whom ho appoarod, vi7, :— Messrs Greon, Bartholil, and last, but not least, Mr Pcnncfather. Also tho Honorary Justices ftfr the uniform for bearance, attontion and courtesy always extended to him. Ho also desired to es pecially thank Mr Buckley, noting Clerk of Petty Sessions, and Constable in chargo of tho district for tho obliging and intafli gent manner in which hp carried out his dutios.—Mr Pennofather said that ho was joined by his fellow Magistrates in expressing tho very greatest regrot at loping Mr O'Oonnor. He had always acted in a courteous nod ablo manner, and the Bon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

THE Advertisers in this paper are not spending money for space just for fun. They must be able to offer you some advantacjes. The Benefits can't be all 011 tlieir side. Otherwise they could not stay • in business. Write to them all. Let them tell you more than can lie told in the limited space in their advertisements. The information will anyway bo worth the little trouble and the stamps. When coupons are printed in the advertisements, cut them out and use them, and in every case please say you saw the advertise ment In this paper. Ihirtley Sjieclul IIiirMej Kelcctetl .. Hartley Match 11.-.. Slicrrln'M .. .. Jft/cJ 1'nrrlliniu's .. 30/(5 Dor's Vorlliost .. .. 11/(1 ' ' SijouIhI 12/(5 10/0. 1U/(1 Don's Soccer . » FOOTK.VLI. CLCJTinN<J. Men's Full-size Jerseys .. .. * I M^n'« SiTinn-sIzo Joraowi■ *> *yj -."White Drill Knickcra.'2/0, 3/ Ttlne Dunp{irt'»! Knk'kcrs 2/( Lltion Knlekors V St<M?klnt,'s, Men's size .. .. .. .. l/< ItonU .. 12/0. 13/0,_ 14/...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

V-Ultima Stock Sale- I NEXT~ SALE Tuesday, June 16. Thos. Morrow and Go. HAVE much pleasuro in tmnonnciug to tbe public that they have now Jocitied to hold Fortnightly Sales, and ]hat Mr R. P. Parcel!, Auctioneer, will to stationed at Ultima, and wil conduct aJca 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 and co. wii ofi'er at their Yards — TUESDAY, JTJNE 1C 'Further entries invited. , THOS. MORROW & CO., Auctioneers. - Ultima. LALBERT E Saturday, June 13, '14 rHOS. MORROW & CO ( • -TSkESIRE to announce that at tho re ; quest of numerous clic nltand rc 'Bidentsof the district they have iecided to hold REGULAR SALES OF STOCK at Lalbc-ri, the no\t of such jjah's to be hold , on above date at the hotel yards, when they will oifor— Sheep Cattle Horses < Entries invited, to bo sent to our local representative— MrVANDERFEEN, Lal...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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FOOTBALL. NORTHERN DISTRICT FOOTBALL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

" FOOTBALL. tX^r *■ ~* NOKTHERN DISTRICT FOOTBALL LEAGUE. - The opening: matches in the Northern \ District Football League were played - On ? Saturday last in ideal weather. V .; Boort suffered defeat at the nands>of Quamoatook, and Meatian beat Ultima. . The now association promises to be a good one, and if the clubs concerned' • will only keep together much hotter ..football will be witnessed in the near future. The players last Saturday ■were rather green, but they require to get into solid training if they wish to be successful^

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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EUREKA AND DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. RULES AND REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

EUREKA AND DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. 11ULSS AND REGULATIONS. 1. That the competition be known ai " The Eureka and District Football Association," and that the following clubs only compete :—Daytrap, Eure ka and Manangatang. The clubs en tered to pay an entrance fee of £1 to the secretary for delegates on or before Saturday, 13th June. 2. That the trophy fund be made up as follows.—A contribution of £5 from each club entered. 3. Thnt the competition consist of four rounds, to commence on the 13th of June, and play to commence at i to 3, teams being allowed 15 minutes grace. The matches to consist of four quar« ters each of 20 minutes' duration, and be decided by points—four for a win and two for a draw. 4- Ail matchesjshall be played under the Victorian Football League (except wherein its rules are superseded by these rules), in which case the rules of this competition shall take precedence. 5. Each club shall be allowed two delegates. That a president be elected to this associa...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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MEATIAN v ULTIMA. AN INTERESTING GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

• MKATIAN v ULTIMA. AN INTERESTING G.1ME. A fair number of football entbmuaats assembled cm lite Mcatinn ground to witness tlio first competition match of tlie season, payed between teams re presenting Mcatmn .-mil Ultima., Ihe "round, which is situated about a quarter <rf a inito from the u.ivnship, was not in the best oi condition for last football, owing to the harrows having being np plied the same morning. With a shower of rain in the meantime, the ground should prove an ideal one for future mntchoK Tho visitors arrive! on the ground at 8 o'clock, but .-the matcii did not commence until .MO. Meatian players, rcgiulod in their colore of red, white and blue, Prescn/°l\"X'd forin appcarance, and wcio - contraHt to their opponents m physique, for more than half of their number avcra gcd.six feet. Jn the air they beat the Ultimate almost at every stage, but the visitors' held their own on ground play. N. Booth, of Caniiie, was ejected c^'lln' and his brother Dick, of Wa.t...

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Utima District Brass Band. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

Utima District Brass Band. ANNUAL MEETING. Tho accond annual meeting of tho Ul tima District Brass Baud wusheld in the bandrooui on Monday cvoning, Juno 1. After tho ordinary routino businoas had boen disposed of, tho election of oflico bcarors for tho ensuing term took placo, and resulted as /ollmva :—President, Mr N. L. O'Connor ; Vice-Presidents, Messrs R. A. Sohooling and A. Vernon; Sucre tary and Treasurer, Mr A. G. Hoskon ; Bandmaster, Mr T. Thomas ; Sorgeant, Mr A. G. Hoskon; Corporal, Mr 0. Byron ; Caretaker and Librarian, Master Harold Sayors'; Auditor's, Mossrs N. L. O'Connor and Joa Drewott; Hon. Solici tors, Messrs II. A. Schooling and If. L. O'Connor; Commictoo, Mr J. Bull, 0. Byron, T. Sutton, A. Nixon and T. Ambrosia. ^ooreturv's Report. Tho secretary (Mr A. G. Uoskon) sub mitted his half-yearly report, which was as follows:— Mr President and Gentlemen— in filling in a short report on the finances and progress of the band during the past half year, I am also attaching...

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