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SLEEP AND SOME GREAT MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

SLEEP AMD SOME GREAT MEN. I It was Cobdcn's boast that ho could [ sleep at will. Said ho: "If I had not I had tho faculty ol sleeping like a dead J fish in five minutes after the ino.st ex citing mental elfort, and with tho cer tainty of having oblivion for .six con secutive hours, 1 should not have bccu ahvo now." Gladstone's sove reign rules wei\? dt'liberal'e mastication of his food and "always oight hours' sleep." So important was this latter consideration that ho would never compo^o anything aftor six o'clock at night, as to do so would affect his sloop. Bright com posed his spo<ches in hod; that iro meadous oration with "tho angel of death" and all comply a was thought, out under his nightcap. Doctor l)ol lin:*er, a sniffer irom insomnia, learnt by heart tlireo hooks of the* Odyssey when seventy yoars of age, in order to bj able to say them ove: to himself m th.- silent watches of the night. Thicvs was 0110 of- tho men to whom much sleep meant l'fo. He fell fast asl...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
£40 FOR A SLIPPER. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

£40 FOR A SLIPPER. 4 Forty notinds was tho reward which Sfisj JliMa .Gilbert, n yonng and boun tiful Amtrroan, rccoircd for the loss of one of her dainty slippers, vrhich, Cin d.ivJIn-Jike, she left behind in a well icnov. n Paris cafe where she Iind neon pHrforming. Mi*s Gilbert is girdling thu glubn to win a wages mado *.v:rJi thtt woll-known novelist, Mr, Jack Lon don. Ono condition i* th.it she should work hor way round tho world, and it was in the discharge of this not too easy task that she found hoirolf Ringing to a polort compariy id tho Cafe do Paris on tho night that her slipper tmhs'.d from her posfprsiou into that zi \ tho baron who had fftllon a rictim to i tho charms of hor voios. Unship to detain tho linger, the bsron pleaded for tho slipper aa a memento, and, h's request acceded to, Btrolled Mi** (Jil I'tirt's travelling fund to thp oxts it «1 ; u IflOOf. note. Africa is to be 4 ho j s-cno of her next oonqnots, and. rl- ! through nho has already been two >0firr , ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KINGS WHO LIVE ON PENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

KINGS WHO LIVE ON PENSIONS In subjugating the fit*rn{;o "tribes in bhcir African and Asiatic p^wstfis'xms, a t,v;k *vh»:u has kept the L'roncft paopfcj bnsy for many yonrs, they linv« boon not a little embarrassed at times by finding themselves hardened with a fc*.v deposed monarchs whom it was found neoe.-aary to pension off in order to kc.'p thum out of further miichief. One of the first of thoso dopoBed kings was Beh'ansin, King of Dahomey, who .vrjyi deprived of his throno sumo twenty yours ago, and whoso son i3 now living . in Paris on a small pension. Mention might also bo made of the nephew and successor of Benhanzin, Priuco King of Dahomey, vlio was dis possessed in l'JOO. What caused tho" most chagrin to this blnok king was not so much tho loss of his ron,hn, but that of v. largo diamond ring, tho gift ot tho Government which confiscated it. lOigfvtj* thousand fruncs is tho pen sion which is paid i-o tho former King of Annaui, tha Ptineo Ham Nghi, mon arch of 1)10 territory...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PROPERTIES OF HEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

THE PROTRRTrES OP IT EAT. School Inspector (to bIiuih feov): "What aiv tho properties of heat?^ Jtoy: "Thq chief propcrtv is that ft 1 expands bodies, whilo cold contracts | "Very Rood; giv? mo nn examplo." j "In summer, when- it is hot, tho I day is long; in winter, whon it i« cold, | tlu> day is short." j Hxit Inspector, lost in amazement j that r.o familiar an insttinco shoul'l I hnvo ko long.escaped his oww obsorvn- I lion, l

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEADLY WEAPONS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

DEADLY WEAPONS. A French inventor has made a fright ful. addition to tho cllieney ol the re volver. A small but powwrfisl electric light is attached to the mechanism of a 'pistol «jf ordinary siao. J3y use oi lead's and mirrors tho glare of vho circlo of light which tho lunp throws is bright enough to bo cloarly seen in daylight against a light-colourod suit o: olochei. Nov,-, tiio centre of tlw circle of light mr.rked by a black spot, by arrange ment of tlio lenses, is exactly "tho spot u-«u'r»j tho bullet will Ktrike. Thus all on;- has to do is to p!nce tho black een -tve of tho bta'/.ing, circlo of light) ovvx the licari of an adversary and pull tho trigger. At night tho light is shockingly trtvong, Experiments with tiio new wea pon wiow that petrfect greenhorns, who haw never used a revolver m tlioir JivrK, can shoot fur more accurately, than exports usina an ordinary pistol. Up n> sixty ho ciumofc miss n small buliVcyo, day or night, whi'w extremely iiccurato shooting is pos...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PORK PRODUCTION CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 12 June 1914

PORK PRODUCTION CONTEST. I Tho-'North Dakota pork production contest was cnrrkd on by 28(J boys and girls. Kach ono fed and en rod for a Jittor of pigs, to soo who could pro duce tho most pork in tlio least time arid tho most eojncmically. Tho contest was won by Charles Kub fidi, of Uottinead. Ho produced 2003 lbs nf pork [rem ono Jitlor iji 203 days, at a cost of a little less tlinn lid a ib. Tho sow was a Yorkshire, number iu Ktiar, 11; number raised, 14; tot.-.i c. :>t of feed fed, £10/12/; profit, v i pork :;t 3d, £1 S/*t/ for tho litter. Ninety-four qualified for finals on tho 20th November. ^Thomas Cooper, Director of tlio North Dakota Exporimont*Slation, in planning tho contest, gnvo out tho fol lowing conditions: —Tho litter from otto sow; no entry allowed whero sow farrowed la tor than lot'h June; to bo fed and c;;red for by a hoy or girl, 10 to 18 years of ago; monthly reports to be sr:nt in of food fod; oontest to closo 2:).n November. This means making tho pork before...

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

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Rusticus") Tlioro is surely so mo cconomro law , time will exact puuishmout foe thjo de traction of lioiier oalveo and owo Iambs. Soiuo phases of the mattor that do nob occur to tho averago iiiua, but which arc, ijoverrtholoss, of vital import, vreio touehvd upon tho oilier day by .Mr. H. J. Malison, Tradu Coijnu.wionor for Now Zealand, when intvrviowed in Molbourne. Referring to iho export of owo hxinbtj ho said:— ' Tno iooihardincss of tho practioo shouid bo onioreed upon tho farmer by legihlniion, or by some otlior emphatic , mums, otherwise tho striking decline ; aa shown in tho number of sheep an ; nuftHy taking plaeo must continue, to tho datrimont of tho Stato. Some ton ! years ago un agitation took piaoo ia ; Xow Zealand for legislation to cIkck practices that woro decimating flocks and holds, and I well remember when tho late Kichanl John Seddoti, tho Primo Minister, mado an aajipunacroont oh tho Hubjcoi. H.! .\u>> address.m; a gathering of pa.s...

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

ORANGE BLOSSOMS. QUIGLKY-CAMEKON. A pretty wedding took placc at the residence of the bride's parents, when Miss Emilie Cameron, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs P. Cameron, was joined in wedlock to Mr .Thos. D. Quigley. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. H. C. Kent, and the bride was given away by her father. Both the contracting parties are popular here, and there was a large number of rela tions and friends present. The wed ding march was well played by Miss Allen after the ceremony The bride was very nicely attired in a handsome dress of creme voile, with Oriental work in pale colors at the hem of the skirt. The dress was trimmed with Honiton lace, and she wore a pretty cap of tulle, which was f.trimmed with orange blossoms and Hly of the valley. The bridesmaid was Miss Ruby Facey, cousin of the bride, and she was attired in an embroidered muslin gown, with tulle cap trimmed with violets and daisies. Both the bride and bridesmaid carried shower bouquets of pink and white roses....

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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"HEN-TAIK." [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

"HEN-TAIK.' The "language" of monkeys 1ms boon tho subject of enroful study by natur alists; if tho "language" of hens has hithorto been neglee-ed it is piobaMy because no one know thoy had a Jan i gunge at all. It has apparently been reserved far Messrs. Edward C.irpen tier and George Merrill to mako the momentous discovery that hens »alk, a discovery which they have communicat ed to nti astonishod world through the pages of tin? "Humanitarian." It appears that tho hen vocabulary, though not a very extensive one, com prises twenty-throe cries or notes of dis tinct sound and meaning. 'These twenty-three not<s and cries must do noto a considerable dogree of intelli Hijnw," the writers remark, "Thero is a good deal to show that the sure ni'ss jiikI precision of their instincts have, in the caso of domestic fowls, been adversely affected by their long dependence* on num. Their rev soiling power j.s also very weak, though' whe ther this has heeu improved or deterio rated bv t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES AND MORTGAGE CD. LTD. WOOL WAREHOUSES, 573 to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. WOOLanmGRAIN AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, SKIN3, TALLOW AND GRAIN WEEKLY. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES ON THF. ENSUING CLIP OP WOOL For Sale in Melbourne or Shipment to London. The Company act Strictly as .Selling; Brokers. ADVANCES Oi> GRAIN. est^Tssured^^J Becchara's Pitts will be ef treat service to you if your stomach is out of crdtr V m your liver is slujjiih. The conditions of life in these day* we so strenuous thai , J oeiriy everybody is at times, overtaken by various derangements of the digestive f organs. Even the strongest and healthiest occasionally require a little corrective awrti-inr It is worth remembering that thousands of people have proved thai 5 BEEGHAM'S PILLS I ^Mdfly exert A curative effect upon the disturbed organs and restore them to their Dermal healthy state. This splendid preparation has a world-wide reputation fef relieving the ailments arising from stomach a...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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WOBURN TUBERCOLOSIS EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

WOBURN TUBERCOLOSIS EXPERIMENT. Tho experiment in tho rearing of calves from tuberculous cows, carried out by tho Iloyal Agricultural Society at Woburn, was discussed linaily at tho recent council meeting. There ap pear to bo a fow who think the investi gation rras not worth tho money it cost, ohiefly on tho ground that tho facts established had been already ac cepted, There will not be many of •this way of thinking. It was known in cortain quarters that calves i'rom tu berculous parents had been reared freo from tho disease in Denmark and in other countries; but leading acoouirts of distant experiments does not always carry conviction, especially in viow of tho modern tendency to magnify what has been attempted or achieved abroad. , Tho British farmer likes, to see for i hiinsolf, and to havo fir.->t lmnd informa tion on matters that closely affect li's intorest. Tho "Woburn trials cost less than the mode-t sum voted for them, and it does not exaggerate their value to classify t...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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HEALTH SUGGESTIONS. SPRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

HEALTH SUGGESTIONS. | SPRAINS. I Sprain* art caused by undue scotch ing or twisting of joints, tho ligaments et whioh are uiual'.y partially torn by t)i# strain. '' There ia generally also ftumo stretching of ottur tissues in '"tho neighborhood of fcho joint, with rupture ' of small ressels aud effusion of biooil, giving rise to tho characteristic dis coloration of bruising on tho skin over : tho joint. Sprains nro of most fre (juont occurronco in tho anklo, shoul der, wrist, and knee. , Thero is generally severe pain, often localised to certain points and incroas ed on mo\cmont; thoro may bo inabil ity to boar tho weight of (tho limb; as a rulo thoro -will bo swolling aud dis coloration from effusion of blood around the joint, and later inflammatory el fusion into tho joint cavity may oc our. Tho absenco of signs of fracture or of dislocation will usually ^suflico to distinguish a sprain from ono or other of these injuries; but whero thoro is much swolling it may bo difficult or im...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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POINTS SCORED. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

POINTS SCORED. u Q uambntosk 14 Meatian . ... 4 Boort ••• 5 Ultima ... 2 For Against la . 1 s '£ .5 g -c ,| n £ ' o » 20 101 a 12 so 16 40 4 11 35 11 41 8 17 05 12 24 10 19 79

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

nnrtley Spocinl IlnrtJcy Sulcctcd .. Ilnrtloy Match II. Slicrt'Iti'a .. .. ... Forillmm's .. .. .. Don's Vcrlbcflt .. Don's Biicclal ,.... -4SW ' IOOTKAM, CJLOTHING. Mcn'n Full-size Jerseys ...... 4/ Men's Pmal]-plz« Jorscys 3/(3 "Whito Drill Knickera .. .. 2/0, 3/ 8/0 IUuo Dmipum; Knickers .. .. 2/0 lH/0 Linen Knlclters 3/ Ifi/G Stockings, Men's size 1/0 14/0 • Hoots 12/0, I3/C, 14/0 12/0 Mastic llnnilfiKes, Anlclo Straps, Stops, 30/0, 12/n Etc. • DISCOUNT GIVEN TO OLTJBS. Send for Our Frco List containing Rules and Fixtures. GOLF CLUBS, GOLF BALLS, HOCK EY STICKS, LACROSSE RACQUETS AND EVEUYTItTN G FOR SPORT. HART! SPORTS & CYCLE STORES, 148 SWANSTON A JU4U Jt ^ SPORTS & OYOLE STORES, STREET, MELB. ¥0U CAN HAVE HEW DRESSES in ail the latest shades and styles, and at little expense, with the aid of Diamond Dyes. It is as easy as washing a handker chief to produce those new shades with Diamond Dyes.- They make the material look like new? You may have been disappointe...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

Personal* . Mr N. L. O'Connor, barrister and solicitor, of Ultima, has left th^t' township for the city.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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HIS ORDEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

HIS ORDEAL. Judkins paced tho floor. His brow* was wrinkled and paJo. Thoro was an anxious look in. his oyos Evidently there was something on Judkius's mind. Presently ho spoke. "Yes, it must bo douo! It is a dreadful alternative, but 1 can seo no other coui>o lo pursue." Kver and unbn he roiled his eyes up ward, ;uid raised his clonchal hands to wards tho ogling in an attitude of su premo and utter despair. Tho struggle was a long and bitter ouo. Bravely he strovo for tho mastery over tho black demons of de.spondoncy that surrounded him; but iu vain wore his efforts. Inch by inch, foot by foot, thoy pressed upou hixu, and, in spito of pluck and will-power, his hitherto indomit able spirit was slowly but surety crowd ed to tho wall, and finally forced to surrender. "Yes," ho ropcated, despairingly, "it must bo done I Thoro is no other way!" And then, grabbing his hat, ho rush ed frantically from tho room. ; Has Judkins gono to jump ofT tho Ttowor Bridgo, plungo headlong from ; th...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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USEFUL RECIPES. DAINTY CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

USEFUL RECIPES. DAINTY CAKES.' I'our oz flour (solf-raiaing), 2 ojs. but tor, 4 oy. castor sugnr, 2 07. cornflour, tho: whites of 3 eggs, ton drops of vuui/lft or almond esseneo . Mix all fchu dry ingredionta togothor, Beat j tho butter to a cream, and tho whito of tho eggs to a stiff troth, add • tho flavoring and stir in tho'flour, etc. i Pour into fancy tins and bako for ton minutes in a quick oven. This quan tity makes twenty little* cakes. A NEW APPLE PUDDING. Ono toaoupful each of Hour, broad crumbs, apples and prunes, choppcd fino, half a teacupful of sugar, ono toaoupful of milk. Mix all togetlier, put into a well-buttered basin, and steam for two hours. Turn out and servo with' custard. This pudding is a nice change from mado with all apple BISCUIT CRACKERS. Tako ono largo oupful broad dough; roll out; spreatl on it a pieco of but ter as largo as a duck's egg; sprinkle a littlo flour over it: fold it up; pound it with somotliing heavy for a long timo; roll out very thin, pr...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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THE TABLES TURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

THE TABLES TURNED. A veterinary surgeon one day pre pared a powder for a sick horse and gava it to bis young assistant to ad minister. The assistant asked how if. was to be done, and the doctor gave him a large glass tube and told him to put the tube into the horse's month and blow the powder down his throat. A short time afterwards there was a great commotion, and the doctor rushed out to find his as siutft&t is trouble. "Wliare is the medicine he shouted. "'What's the matter?" •The assistant coughed several times severely and theb spluttered : "Thr horse blew first." Jess : "The first thing Mrs. Hlenkc did wa« to break her husband ol ali his bad habits." Bess : "What then ?" j J ©as : "He became so insipid that • ahe arranged for a Reparation." For the first time in history n Joint stamp bearing the legenis both of Prance and Britain, has been is sued in the New Hebrides Islands, which are jointly administered by the too countries.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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PROCRASTINATION: [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

PROCRASTINATION: You tiro merely storing sorrow fir tho future, sages say, if you nut off till io-morrow things which should bodono to-daj\ When thoro is a job unpleasant that it's up to mo to do, X Attack it in tiio present, givo a whoop and push it through; tlien my mind is freo ironi troubles, and 1 sit before tho firo pop ping eorn or blowing. bubbles, or a whn»gin£ at my lyre. If I said: ''There is no hurry—that old job will do next wool:/' there would bo a, con stant worry making juy old' brain-pan croak. For .a man knows no enjoy j meat resting at tho eloso Of day, if. ho. knows that some .employment is neg lected in that way. Thoro is nothiug. niovp consoliug at tho sotting of tho sun, when tho evening bolts aro toll ing, than tho senso of duty dono, Ahd that solace* comotli never to tha jnan of backbone weak wlio postpones all sano endeavor till tlio miudlo of iiext week. Let us then bo up and doing, with n heart for any fato, as tho poet said, when shooing agents from his ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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THE HOOF OF THE HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

THE HOOF OF THE HORSEi There arc toes on a horse's hoof just as tbero are on tbc foot of o human being. Furthermore, a horse has "toe-nails." The born of tho hoof prows in pretty much the same way that a toe-nail does. The growth of tbc hoof is more rapid in unshod horses than in the case cf those wearing shoes. It prows still more rapidly in the case of horses that are well groomed and well fed. Generally speaking, how ever, tbc horn grows about one-third cf an inch each month. Hind hoofs grow fnsti-r than fore hoofs. The toe "of tbc boo! being the longest part, it takes longer for thc;i.h6rn vto ^row ,there than at Uu heel.'^For example;"" thp .toe.;.will' | grow! entirely down in from three to. | five months. As the new horn growi? out. arty, cracks or defects in tbc old gradual ly work down to where they may be cut off, just as in the case of growth of human nails one can watch the progress of a braise from the roof to tbc tip.

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