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INGENIOUS [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914
ingenious" Little Marjorie very much wVintcd to );nou* how old her granny wa», and at hist summoned up courage to ask her the direct question. She was told that she must not usk the ages ; of grown-up people. . ".Well, then, granny," fhe sm&lt;V >» hrr most winning manner, "hou* old shall I he when I'm us old as you ?"
A CHICKEN FEED HOPPER. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914
A CHICKEN FEED HOPPER. The hopper here illustrated lir.s nil vantages over otlier feeding devices. The automatic 1h1 .prevents the food getting mixed . with dujt vind dirt. ThO' fowl .can iopun the. lid at, any tirae^'for. eating,* &lt;anti llic foo.l 'wllJ only como in the manner uk it is used, . One filling of.Die hopper, will supply food for two or three day». The fowls tsoon - learn • to ufcfl tha feeder. The hopper is 8-in. wide, 2£ feet Jngh, and 3 feet long. Thc.rool projects over the pcrch and hopper. The cords arc Attached to the lid uf I tbc manger and to the perch, run ning over pulleys fastened near tin? roof, as shown. The pcrch is fasten ! ed on two cross bars pivoted to the ends of the hopper. The back.cniix of these cross bars arc weighted no as to close the lid when no fowls aic on the nerch. The wcieht n? fowl will raise tbe lid. —"Ponular Mechanics.1
CHICKEN LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914
CHICKEN I.OVE. . I ho pastor-ot a colo«r?&lt;I concrcRn* . :iotj >\ns warming. up toithqjflimnx. of his ^crmon, and Ins auditors won • u 1 n^, more anil more excited. ,fl wiibn's yer, 0 my t'ODurigation," e*dnlmcd the exhorter. •*! wabnaycr* against poacbin', I wahns yor again st do sin in whisky drinkin\ ami rtu sin of chicken raisin', an' V'wuhnu yor, my beddern, against do sin in melon stealin'. .\ devout worship per in the rear of the church jump* I'd to his feet, and snapped his lin gers excitedly. "Whuflo' does' yer, my brudder, r'ar up an' snap yo fingers ,when 1, speak of melon stealin* ?" asked thu preacher. "Kase yo' ie3 'minds me whar 1 lef ninh overcoat" replied tho- devout worshipper, as lie subsided inlo hit "1 am here Mr. l.loyd Gcorg; a speech in the House of Com mons, "And so I am," an interrup ter Wimitcd. **Yes, but you are not iU there,", was the disconcerting re ort. i
NORTH-WESTERN BAND ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914
NORTH-WESTERN BAND ASSOCIATION. A meeting of delegates was held at Gretas hotel, Korong Vale, on Tuesday evening. The president (Dr Embling) occupied the chair, and others present were Messrs B- and II. Jlewston (Korong Vale), Cameron and Page (Boort), Howeils and Staley (Ingle woodj, and Davis (representing Ultima by proxy). The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. The rules passed at last meeting of the association were considered and amended- Rule 2, which states "that all playing members' names must be registered not later than JMth June," was amended with the following addi tion : "Should any player join as a member one of the bands one month Erior to the contest such member will e entitled to take part in a contest if he makes a statutory declaration that he will remain a resident of the town or district not less than three months after contest." This would prevent any players being brought in for the contest, and the term "district" shall mean a radius of four mil...
North- Western District Fire Brigades' Association. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914
North e Western District Fire Brigades' Hssoeia* tion. ANNUAL MEETING. The^ annual meeting of the above as sociation was held at the Junction Hotel, Korong Vale, on Tuesday even ing, 2nd in6t., when the following re presentatives were present:—Messrs. T. J. Boag and C. J. Ansett (Ingle wood), P. Doye andF. Vernon (Korong Vale), A. Pratt and B. Twiddy (Wed derburn). Dillon and Anderson CWyche proof), Ilovey and White (Birchip), and F. Cameron and S. Lacy (Boort). Captain Boag presided. An apology for non-representation was received from the Charlton brigade, and the TarnaguHa brigade wrote expressing regret that it could not continue in the association. The balance sheet presented by the association secretary, Mr W. H. Ap pleby (Inglewood), showed the receipts to have been £9 Os Sd and the expendi ture £7 2s 6d, a credit balance of £1 18s 2d remaining. The balance sheet was received and adopted. Election of Oflicers. J The election of officers for the ensu ingtwelve months resulted a...
GOLF. KERANG v. BOORT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914
GOLF. kerang v: boort. A match between the above clubs was played on the Boort links on Mon day over a course of 18 holes, in which eleven players on each side took part, when the visitors scored an easy vic tory. The first five players from Kerang easily beat the Boort, but the last players more than held their own Roberts was the most successful for the visitors with a 6-5 majority, and M'Eniry and Mountjoy were only a hole less. Jones, and Heather, of Boort, each won with a 0-5 score .over their opponents. The Kerang team were entertained at lunch, and during the afternoon the' Boort ladies provided afternoon tea. The scores were— i KERANG. BOORT. ! H. A jr. A. I M'Eniry ... 5 5 Gawne ... 0 0 Mountjoy ... 5 5 Desmond ... 0 0 Begg ... 1 3 E. Andrews 0 0 Roberts ... 6 5 Weibye ... 0 0 Addison ... 5 5 Smart ... 0 0 Greenwood... 0 0 H. Andrews 0 0 Willis ... 0 0 Jones ... 6 5 Scott ... 2 3 Rev. Lewin 0 0 Mackrel! ... 0 0 Kirkham ... 1 3 Kopke ... 0 0 Heather ... G 5 2G 29 13 13 In co...
METALS THAT NEED HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914
METALS THAT NEED HOLIDAYS. It. will perhaps bo a revelation to many to learn ihat metals suffer from fatigue a•> much ns man, and i'eel equ ally strengthened by a holiday. Itepeated experiments have proved that steel and wrought iron deteriorate under constant, strain or vibration, and 'if they- are -denied the necessary rest the time comes when, liko the human machine, they collapse'.altogether, . Lord Kelvin has proved' that iron wires kept, in a stato of osoiliation dur ing the week act quito differently after a Sunday's rest; and that an iron bar subjected to strain will rise 10 per cent, in olasiieiy after a three weeks' holiday. A XJesscmer steel rail, which had done good servico for twenty-two years without a day's holiday, nut long ago collapsed altogether under the weight of a train ami broko into half-a-dozen Singularly enough, casl-iron, which must people would imagine lo.ss durable than steei, improves greatly in strength under constant shocks, "While n-» tried a mont...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914
'ifF yoa have trlocJ numbors of rem edies for your com plaint and failed to g:ot any benefit. DON'T GIVE UP HOPE, there Is atlll my system to try; and it haa proved Itself In 40 years' exjjerlenco In treat ing' every disease, That tfl the song1 of tho New V53GA Separator Tho musical hum of beautiful Iv haJanccd mechanism— Growing moro and -moro Intense whilo tho cream flown thicker and thickcr— And your banlc hniptwi gcta. Mmrer and bigger and bigger' And you chucklo quletlyto yaur^ ! self when you thlnlc how littto I you paid for tho Yega, and hcrw j many tirmsa over you ha.vo got j yotrr monoy bad". I Prices of New Model j Vega Separators. [ 10 Gal-~£3/lG/i 55 GaJv—S15/16 j » OaL—£7J 80 OaV [ Pall Partfcalaxs Dept. •• K 43-50 JPSAJTCUB BZ* IBaxxgetio Agrrafa ^nissioi Ice. miller! 0 AND CO., f| 1 FUR nTt U 11 E 1 | REMOVERS AND STORIES. | 317 COLLiMS STREET, MELB. 'i'iiotuia—i)'J7S—0279. Largo. number Vans constantly travelling oouiitryj wo want back loading. Write us. If railing, ...
FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914
FIVE RULES FQ® FORTUNE. EUSV SOME SECUIUSD SUCCESS. 1. Cultivate? aud perfect your idea.': Kxperiniont. The world is eager for something new, which, however siui plo it ir.uy he, will savo labor, or ex pense, or do tilings hotter. Lot it be mure convenient, or promote pleasure reduce waste. , People who handle tilings in every day use are the natural inventors c' beitor things, and tho natural>capit&lt;!' idta of to-morrow. Head the splendid ndvieo tuat iWisjii gives. Learn the procedure as to p:t touting in thy chief countries,—then securo your own legal monopoly fir. your rights by becoinig a patenteo. '2, U that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend lias produced t» clever invention, put Kim on tho trae' ubout patents by lulling hiin whor ha ran obtain the "Inventors' Guido,' 3. For yourself, obtain this byok. whieli tells what to invent, where U patent, how to sell patents, tho pn;M inventions havo sold for, what ^ri/.p have been offered /in cash) for inven tio...
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914
^ELBO'CIRNELETTE'K (FroU Our Special Correspondent.) If there be any foundation for ro cent rovolations anent tho s>>m un &lt;ior which certificates uro issued to'as- - • piring niotonsts, it is hardly a raattor tor wonucr that accidents are niauy, : and that tho man at tho wheel is an*'-', atuema to tho average pedestrian, Tho , way has been easy xor applicants for . certificates. A correspondent tells how. iio says:—"Thuro 's a great outcry against tho reckless driving of motor- ' cars and the consequent Jsilhng and maiming of peoplo. Not onco have I heard mentioned what 1 think is tho real root of tho wholo troubio — tho reckless and cureless way in which tho authorities hand out licences. I think inquiry would r,liow tho following to ho '; about tho method adopted:—Mr. Anyr body buys a motor and wants to drive it. Ho knows nothing about driving a mulo, much less a motor-car. Ho takes two or three lessons from a gar ago attendant, and»Ahen invites a mem ber of tlm p...
THE MANAGEMENT OF YOUNG PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914
THE MANAGEMENT OF YOUNG PIGS. Our views as to what weight a. pig should roach vary enormously. A frienu of my own, onco a well-known JJerk shire breeder, made his pigs into ba- , coners m abcufc thirty weeks or into porkers ill sixteen weeks, but 1 do not think ilir.t. in these later days ho would bo satisfied with the results, for 71 months is a Jang period to feed a youngster for pnmo^incat, whereas i) Iho meat wois tco heavy the reduced prico would remove all the incentive. A porker pig should pay very well in sisuen weeks and riot be too fat, as just as hi tho casp of the bneoner tl. iota down tho price. Another one© j famous breeder friend fed his pigs until "his hams scaled 201b. each, but theso were only seven mouths old, yet they afford an.cxcuilent idea as to the gross j weight of tho carouse. Tho cuicr of bacon requires not only loan mo.it, but-small meat, honco tho ! woicht of a -.bacon pig-should not ox cccd 140 to 360 lb., nnd it is precisely such meat1 which obtains th...
WORTH A SECOND THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914
WORTH A SECOND THOUGHT. TIio chronic borrower is a neighbor hood nuisanco. : Tiio best bosses arc frequently the poorest workers. Prosperity has been the ruination of many a man. If you must carry n grievance around with you, keep it to yourself, Ignoranco is not bliss when you nro in the hands of a sharper,' If your wifo is a good cook don't for get to tell her so. Sho deserves the praiso. Tho man who keeps the corners of his mouth turned up is a publio benu Tlio clock never complains of being overworked, and it puts in every min ute, tool If tho reins nro drawn too tightly tho young folks aro Iiabio to run away from homo. Because a couple arc fine-looking is no sign they will get along fino onco they are married. Many a cow kicks becauso that rs tho only way sho can tell you that something is wrong, Jf it becomes necessary to destroy tho little kittens, don't let tho children see you do it. It's queer Jiow many men hnvo busi ness in a neighboring town when a cir cus is billed for ...
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER IV. VAL BERESFORD'S REWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914
— THE MASTER PASSION. (BY LILIAN liLLERTON.) CHAPTER IV. V X 1 RESFORD'S KB WAT? D. . Tho days passed quickly at Helton •'.Castlo, flying on the wings of happi moss, full of fun, brightness, and sun ' jshine; and Ida Hamilton, revelling in tho ■present joy, forgot to ask if it were the halcyon gleam that precedes a fitotm. It waa so hard to doubt the '• future when tho man sho loved best turned away from tho charms of every other woman to throw hiii homage at hor tiny feet, unwillingly perhap*, and not without an inward struggle with his prido, but nevertheless completely, bo cause it was hclf reluctant. ISven Mi*.> Brabazon grew moro amicable, now that her nieco seemed on tho prnnt of making so unexceptionable a m.ifriage. Tho Hon. Cis. Devorol was all that could bo dosired as a "parti," and if he 'chose Ida for his wife, the girl would : fcat'o dono very well for hursoH. "Now play your caids well, and I think you have a chanco of winning tho game," said -Miss Braba/.on, taking ...
WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914
WOMEN'S INTERESTS (By "Ambrosino.'-') Thoro is a porfeet crazo for tullo. I tats aro made of it, or trimmed with it, und it makes the nceessary vest to tho simplo little bodices which wo aro wearing. Tho toudonoy nowadays is all ior transparency as regards tho ad juncts of our dress. Everything is ephemeral, and how light, how ily a»vay, how transparent, is the general Mjuemol A frame of tho softest shad owy tulle, chiffon, gauze, or laco sur rounds the taeo. It might bo all blown away if it wore not for a redeeming, utterly incongruous smart volvot crown—and wo call it ft hat. I saw an instancing model tho other day, nil clouds ot' shot gfoy. and violet tuilo, crystallising into something which was haif trimming, half crown; ail one blur on in^ror velvet, inauvo au&lt;l groy. Almost uvery frock with pretensions to novelty in draped. Tho sheathliko underskirt, over which tho tunic dis posed itself mora or less gracefully is no longor allowed, and tho undorskirt | now roceive...
THE "AGE" OF MENTAL POWER. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914
TKE "AGE" OF, MENTAL POWER. Bptv.oon tho ages of forty and sixty tin* mind is exptttcd to be at tho zon ith of its powers, ns tho following ex amples will show: Swift was fifty-nino when ho wrote "Gulliver's Travels ; John Stuart Mill was fifty-six when his O'-.s-.w cn "Utilitariauism" wns pub lished, although his "Liberty" was written three years previously: whilo Sir Walter S»*ott wrot? "Wavorley" af ,«r ho waa forty. Milton wToto "Par adise Lost" between fifty-four and fifty nino; Cowpor wroto "Tho Task" and John Gilpin" after fifty; Defoe wrote "itobinson Crusoe" at fifty-seven; Tho mas Mood wrote "The Song of the Shin" and "Tho Bridge of Sighs" at forcv-six; 'Jfcinvin's "Origin of Spc cio/' wa> w.iltm after he was fifty, lind. hi* "Dowut of Man" after h» wis M\tv. Lon,uf*'llo\v wrote "Hia watha'' at foriv-elght; Oliver "Wend ell Holmes wrote "Songs in Many Keys'' after, he wag futy-five.
ESPECIALLY FOR SOME HUSBANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914
ESPECIALLY FOR SQS3E HUSDAfiDS. ■Mr. II. L/ Ilaua writes in " Kim ball's Dairy Farmer"::—We never could I understand why somo men will rig up tlio cow barn with ©very new-faugled dovice ou the market, from an auto niatio litter carrier to form-fitting stanchions, and still allow their wives j ;to cot along with1 a dccrupio, broken ' bacued rheumatic cook stovo that first ; saw the light of day thirty years be ; faro the war with Mexico. what chance has a young bride, who learned every thing college except how to hash brawn pobncxs, with a stove that has ,t coughing spell ©very few minutes, and floods the ktiehon with soft -coal smoko. But then, this world is full of bilious husbands who married some prijw winner in the Latin course, and wok? up later to find that while fiho could pin the shoulders, of a Greok root to the mat three times out of five' she didn't know whether u cook store eoukl bo startcd_ from the Scat or had to lw ©ranked with a half hitch.
POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914
POULTRY NOTES. Too many chicks spoil tho brood; A chick in tlio nest is worth two in tho mind. Tho loss tho help tho stronger tho ohioks. Tho proof of the hatching is tho chirp of tiio chicks, Tfui chick will iicvor grind with tho grit it li^vcr gctn. Grit is a virtue in man and fowl. Tlio lazier tho hen tho smaller the profits. Eggs to tho number of 21,500,000 wore imported into Great Britain last j year. This interesting fact is reported by, Mr. E. Brown. F.L.S., in his an imal review of tlio poultry industry. "At no lime," ho states, "has tho de mand boon so great and prices so good I aa in tho twelve months rcoently end- j ed. # In 1013 thero was a considerable J ri:»u in tlio volume of eggs and poultry ! received from overseas, as compared ; with 1012, yet prices have, been grea ter. So far as native supplies are con crnr.d, thero has'been a rise ail round, showing that consumption is advancing inoro rapidly than production, whether native or foreign. "What is true in Britain i...