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Boort v. Meatian. CLOSE AND EXCITING GAME. VICTORY FOR BOORT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

Boort v. Meatian. CLOSE AND EXCITING GAME. VICTORY FOR BOORT. • Boort team — Backs — Parkinson, "Weaver, Williamson; Half-backs—F. ' Cameron," Cracknel!, Dodson; Centre— J. Cameron, Pickering (captain), Burrowes ; Half-forward Kiileen, . Hindson, Ward ; Forward — Fyfc, Dickinson, Tracey ; Ruck — Mackie, Higgins; Rover—McPherson. The Meatian team was as follows •Backs—Alexander, F. O'Meara and M'Intyre ; Half-backs—W." O'Meara, Balderson and Davis; Centre line Clark, E. Booth (captain), and Hoin velle ; Half-forwards—AY. Balderson, Blanch and R. Booth ; Forwards--An derson, Wright and Clark ; Followers— Ityani Roberts and Groat. The gnmv was- started in good time, and was under the control of H. Roper, of Bendigo. From the bounce Meatian took the lead ; a free to one of their players being passed on to Ryan, who placed the bail well forward and out ' near the Boort uprights. A free to Poort relieved and Mackie centred, when the play was quickly transferred to the opposite end. Higgin...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Services. Services will be held on Sunday next as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

Church Services. Set'viocN will bo hold on Sunday next a.s follows:— Cmmcu of England—Cliilliugnlfalj, 11 a.m.; Waitebio, II p.m.; Ultima, 7 pau., —Tho iiearlef. Pl'.ksuytkuian CeIUUCU.— Ii:iM>urfc, It a.m., Meatian, 1.45 p.m.; Ultima, 4 p.m.; Wuitohio 3, p.tiw—Mr. J. Hobertson. Mktuodist Ciiuuoii. —Ultima, 7 p.m. - MvJMuiuUy; Moatian \V., 11 a.m., Mr Thomas; Pnli.sbot, .'Jp,m.j Mr Mutidayi WaUehio 0., 11 a.m* Mr Miuiduy ; Wo win, 3 p.m.) Mr Roberts.

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

APPIN A good number sat down to play euchre on Tuesday, when a very gosd ev ning was spent by those taking part. The lady's prize, sil ver backed hair brushes and clothes brush, kindly donated by Mr T. 0. Wellman, of Appin But ter Factory Trading Co., was won by Mrs W. H. Wilkinsoi., and the gent's, a handsome table lamp, donated by Mr Darvall, Co-opera tive Store, .Maconiai was won by Mr T. Carter. At 10 o'clock the hall was clearcd for dancing, when 25 couples tripped the floor until the early hours, The music was well supplied by Messrs Vallatice and Jobbing, and was all that c uld be desire:!. The floor was in excellent condition, and is re garded as the best in. the Kerang district. The ladies we:e ag«in to the fore in supplying refreshments and the duties of M.C. fell to Mr W. A. Wood. A painful accident occurred here last Sunday. The Misses Moore, daughters of Mr It. Moore, were returning from the 'English Church service when their horse be came frightened and both ladies wer...

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

Valedictory. Mr N. h. 'O'Connor .(Solicitor) who, for the past five years has been one of Ultima's most progressive townsmen, was tendered an enthu siastic send-off at Brook's Hotel on Tuesday last, Mr O'Connor was quite recently elected President of the Ultima Brass Band, and held the ! secretaryship of the progress associa tion and raco club, besides being a useful member of the football club. In making the presjntafcion of apurse of sovereigns, Mr J. O'Brien, J. P., referred to the splendid work done by the departing guest during his stay in Ultima, and wished him every success and future happiness. The Chairman's remarks were en dorsed by Dr. Rowan, Messrs K. A. Schooling, R. Purcoll, Hosking, 1?. Conway, Buckley, Brooks and W. Smith. The recipient suitably re sponded. Mr O'Connor left for his homo in Melbourne tho following morning. Mr Thorpe, who held an im portant positiou at EI. 13. and M. A. Cuttlo's store for tho past four years* was entertained by a large number of friend...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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DISTRICT NEWS. EUREKA PROGRESS LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. :o: EUREKA —0 — FKOGUKSS I/EAG UK. ! A meoling.of tlio above was hold at Mr Fletcher's refreshment room? on Juno (Hh, when tlio following nicmbors wcro present:—Messrs ft. Joyc* (Chair (nan), J. Temploton J. Ryan, <1. Fletcher, J. Laae, T. Jones, S. Pomeroy, J. Halt, M, Malonc and J. Sutherland, See. Movod by A. Floteher, seconded by \[. Mulono. itnd carried—That' the miuutcsv as read, bo confirmed. No correspon dence were received. General Business. Movod by E. Joyce, seconded by J. Tompleton, and carried—That Messrs T. Jones. A. Fletcher, and J. McQueen, ho appointed to receive donations towards defraying the cost of the telephone being placed at Chinkapook. . Movod by S. Pomery, seconded by J. Ryan, and carried—That the Postal De partment he requested to nuiko Chinka pook a postal note oftice, and that facili ties bo placed there for receiving letters. Moved by M. Malone, seconded by J. flatt, and carried—That application' be made to the Swan Hill Shiro ...

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

MATTERS POLITICAL. SENATOR FINDLEY AT ULTIMA. Senator Findley visited Ultima last Saturday evening and de livered an address on present •day politics in the Mechanics' •Hall before an audience of about 60, principally composed of those who stand by Labor ideals. SENATOR FINDLEY was greeted with applause. He opened by stating that 12 months had come and gone since the electors had been asked to,record their votes. Paradoxical' as it might seem, though 66 Labor representatives were returned to the Fusion's 45 (counting both Houses), the Labor Government had no option but to tender their resignation, and the Cook Cabinet was formed. On the majority of one in the House of Representa tives the Fusion Government at. tempted to carry on the business of the country. He harked back to the Labor Government leaving a surplus of £650,000. The Fu sion Government was in power but 12 months, and they not only expended that amount, 'but, in addition, £450,000. When the Fisher Government came into p...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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A Popular Annual Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

A Popular Annual Dance. Critics say that the Ultima girls are splendid hostesses. We hear this retiterated on ail sides, and those who wore privileged in , response to invitations issued to participate in the pleasures of the girls danco this year have said, verily—" This year they ha7e excelled themselves." On every hand there were eviden ces of careful forethought, and the 160 guests present felt that their individual tastes had been catered for in the programme which was immediately placed before then Apart from tbe programme, every thing lent to the enjoyment of the evening* Willing and ullioient bands had converted the hall into a bovver of beauty, la the decoration, tango was the color scheme, and the pretty nnd artistic draping and festoons were all in conformity. The hostesses distinguishing badge was a bow and streamers of tango ribbon attached to the left arm, and dancing in their set were : Miss (2. Andora ... Mi- V. Andors ,, 1). Brown ... McCuuloy ,, K. Bvooka ... ,i G....

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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WEWIN. ARBOR DAY CELEBRATIONS. (By Owen Jury). [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

WEWltt. ARBOtt D.VY CELEBRATIONS. (By Owen Jury). Arbor Day was celebrated at Wo win on Friday June fltb. The parents arri ved ut two oVock, and a concert, which all us children took part in, was then held. Mr Brown and Mr Lucardie gave two interesting addresses t«» us ehildron. En doing so, both gentlemen said they were pleased to be present, and thought that our teacher (.Mr McCauleyj deserve I great credit for tho interest he had takea in the children. \tr McCaul.v, in respond ing, thanked the speakers for their en couraging remarks, and said that Jio only tonk it as a pleasure to train the children. He further stated that he was pleased to see so many parents present. After tho National Authcn was sung, we were 'allowed play games while tho parents prepared tea in tho school room% After we had partaken of the good things, the tables were relaid for tho parents. The school was then cleared for a social. The proceedings finished at half-past ten. We were all tired, but happy. Loll...

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

QUICKLY DISAPPKARK1). "All bwt winter I had my two boy* ill with vi-rv Ud colds" «»>'s -^r *'• Arohbold, No 1 rtiikcr-Hlrct't, Lewishsuu, N S.W. 44 Having hoard from u friend about Chiun berluin's Cough Remedy I guvi* it a trial, with the re Hull that tin* colds quickly disup* pearo I. My bubv, aged four months, hu*u cough now and I urn giving him Chaml>er Iftin's Cough Remedy ami there is ulwuyn u decided improvement."

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

BENDXGO. COUNTRY VISITORS Will 6nd Suitable Accommodation AT THE Sandhurst Hotel Market Square, Bendigo Spacious Rooms, Situation Central, Moderate Tariff. C. H. DARBY, Proprietor. OLIVE BRANCH HOTEL MITCHELL STREET, BEKTDXGO. One minute from Railway Station. •Good accommodation. }icfit brands of liquors in stock. Walter Carter, Proprietor. (Late t>i Boort and Maldon.) [A CARD.] si. A.A.R.VJ.A., Aroliltects, A.M.P. CxiAMUKiis, BENDIGO. Cojrespondence invited. WHEAT Is still GOING UP To the WEDDERBURN FLOUR I MILLS PTY. LTD., From ibis district, Who are now manufacturing the higncst I quality of PATFNT ROLLER FLOUR Also Bran, Pollard, &c. Wo are buyers of Prime Milling "Wheat I from 10 ho 10,000 bags. TERMS—Cash en delivery at'imll. Crushing done ab lowestjrates. Correspondence invited. City Stea.Li Saw Mills, I BENDIGO. IIUaiMB and IS13R, | Timber and Ircn Merchants, KEEP the Largest Stock in tho trade I of Hardwood, Redgum, and every | Variety of Softwoods, also all Buil...

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Ultima v. Quambatook. A FAST AND FRIENDLY GAME [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

Ultima v. Quambatook. I A FAST AND FRIENDLY' GAMli The special train which ran from Bonrl to Ultima on Saturday last was well pa trioniscd by football followers. Ultima supporters also turned ontm large force, consequently the gate receipts more than equalised the expense to be met. The Ultima club are greatly handicapped at not having a sullieient number of playing members thin season, and it was again with ditVicuUy that they were able to muster a team. Unfortunately tlio radius of 12 mile* is but of little use to the Ultima elnb, for the reason that neigh Louring teams both north ami soutH i*e« quire alHhcir own recruits,and it is mainly on this account that the Ultfmaites lind it diiVieull to obtain IB suitable players. As far as Quanibatook and Boort ate concerned matters are quite the reverse, for not only have they a larger population to choose from, i.nt they have the radius on every side, with the result that ouc of the clubs at least can boast of having something like 40 p...

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AN AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

AN AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE TRAIN. In California tho mountain is car ried to Mahomet, and tho farmers aro served by a travelling college. Thia is a train. Tho season 1011-12 was tho fourth year of running, and closo on 3,000 miles -wore covered in tho last :ainpaign. In tho train individual :ars woro dovoted to spocial subjects 5f agricultural and horticultural inter est, so that persons interested in a spa cial lino could visit that car in parti' c»lar, listen to tho lecture of tho spo sialist in chargo of tho car, aud ask us many questions as they flaw lit. Tho precise number of auditors at theso lec tures during 1911-12 was 102,G24, ac cording to a caroful consus taken at cach stop of tho train. This was oni Incroaso of 24,000 persons, or 31 por cent, over tho attendance of tho pro* vious year. Commonting on tho.latest tour, tho "Pacific Free Press" states that tbero was a noted incroaso of in terest at practically ovory placo viBit-. od, and in all of tho fow instances whore tho att...

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[?] HIS HORSE JIBS NOT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

- iAV HIS HOUSE JIBS NOT. /.CjOIuou Broadup hitched Solim to Uaj "one-husa" rig ami turned hia ,pud villageward. i'ou seo, Solomon £d somo apples that ho wished to Xiarkct. The animal went about halC the distaugu quite well; ihon ba>l j thoughts entered his hoad—ho "would jib. And jib ho did, ao bad thas all Solomon'a efforts to mako him go wero unavailing. Ho did not whip tho horse, mind you. Like his ancioiit namesake, Solomon, was possessed ot wisdom, having imbibed during hip two-score and odd years a sufficient supply for overy-day purposes. lio merely pushed Selim. back a little out oil the way ot pusders-by; then, show ing him a strap, and putting it under his very nose, hi! went to tho off-si'Ki and securely fastened ono cud of tho strap to hia foreleg eloso up to his body. Then throwing tho other <md across his shoulder, he fastened it to his near leg between tho. foot and pas -tern joint, taking the strap up enough to raise tho foot considerably off tho groun...

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ALWAYS PICKING SOMETHING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

ALWAYS PIC.'CiNG SQIV;LfH!rJG. Tho Bishop of. Worcester told a story tho other day in connec with the ofForts of tho clmrch ia hut part of tho country to alleviato ;{jo Jot of tho liopp.rs who /Niels fnfca Woree.'itorshiro in S ptcmbor by tlia housund. (no of the workers who had gono Vwn to tho hop fields to assist met a 'ilnpidated individual in a country aue who, in response to a quostij'i, laid ho was a picker. This did not :onvey much to the enquirer, und he mr.siu-d the subject. The hnp-picker eadily responded He said— "In tho summer I picks peas and •'ruit: tlien, wlicn autumn comes round. i picks hops; and in tho winter, when ;ho weather is dull, T picks pockets. Tliert' ivhen I'm eaujiht I pit'!: oakum, ''in kept nico and warm during tho old months, and then, when tho nico lays cotno round apnin T start pea licking, and so on ngaiu."

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MEAT VERSUS VEGETABLES FOR FOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

MEAT VERSUS VEGETABLES FOR FOWLS. Six generations" of lions woro fed ex clusively on raw flesh by Mr. F. Houssay, by way of experiment, which lasted seven yours. At. lirst tho no tion of tho meat seomed favorable, and at tho end of two years, says "Cos mos," tho increase in tho size of tho birds and improvement of thoir laying and plumage would havo led to tho con clusion that tliis diob was honefioial. As time went on, however, thcro woro signs of poisoning and orgnnio fat'guo; deforming arthritis appeared, only cured by a return to vegetables. All tho organs woro greatly modified, and heredity of these changcs was boyond doubt, as they woro found on chicks before they wero old enough to bo af fected by growth. Mr, lioussay also noted that tho llesh diet was particularly injurious to tho germs and consequently to tho breed. In fact, tho percentage of fer tile eggs fell from 100 to G.85 during tho experiment. The vitality of tho chickens likowiso decreased continually, and the numbe...

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

ALL THE DIFFERENCE. Tlio sort of sontiinent which tho Fronoh system of "manages do con venance, or, in phi in English, of mar riago for money, produces is well il lustrated by a story which a French paper tells. Mario, a young lady, announces to her parents that sho has acccptcd tho hand of Monsieur X. "Child, you are orazyl" exclaims Mario's mother. "But why, mamma?" "Young X. will havo no money for j many years, because it all bolongs to his grandfather, and after that comes his father, and you will be old before you get tho property." "But, mamma " "No buts about it—you nro a bad and uudutifuJ child 1" "But. mamma, it is tho grnnfathcr whom I've accepted I" "Tho grandfather! Oh, you iittlo angoll"

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ALL CLOCKS TO KEEP TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

ALL CLOCKS TO KEEP TIME. TCvery day at noon Grcenwicli time is telegraphed to tho post-offices of the chief towns in the kingdom, but in ac cordance with a reform that is now con templated by the Post Offlcc, for the outlay of £2 a year, business houses public institutions, and other large or ganisations can have all their clocks eet at Greenwich time every hour. Master clocks will be put up at all distributing centres, and these will transmit hourly impulses to the pre mises of persons requiring the sorvicc. The eoat of synchronizing clocks in fhis way will depend, to a great ex tent, on the number of subscribers in each district. The rates chargeablo within a radius of two miles of tho district centre arc £6 a year when there is only one subscriber on the circuit, £3 a year when there are two subscrib ers, and £2 a year where thcro are three or more subscribers. Already the post-ofiices aro receiving numerous ap plications from the public for signals for the purpose of synchronizi...

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THE DOT AND DASH GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

THE DOT AND DASH GIRL. " At a time when tho cry of women' in' ratling tho sphere of moa's legitimate employment 15 loud in tlio land, it U interesting to recall (says the Sydney "Daily Telegraph"), taw much encour agement they got in that campaign from men thomsolves. Thoy haro re cently carricd another citadol in tho Electric Telegraph Department in Syd ney. A visitor to that wonderful oon tro of activity, tho oporating-room. will find girls transcribing upon typewriters' messages from tho dot and dash tapes, that are known in technical torms the lapi* from tho Goll transmitter, "And," prophesies a head of a de partment, **it is only a matter of timo ti til the girls will ho on tho Gell ma< I'kiiicu themselves. Of course it is a matter of individual intelligence and MtK'.rbutsss. hut there is roally no reason, why they should not do tho whole of the work initwad of only reading." To tho uninitiated tho Morso ,oodo ;:r. s_»nty something infinitely inoro*puz than Pitman's ...

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

ANIMAL TRAINING. iuoat pcoplo liavo heard of the cel^ brated calculating horses of ISlberfeld, who can do anything up to calculating square roots, in addition to hoing pro fioiout at spelling. It would now ap pear, according rto tlio Paris press, that although these foata aro actually per , formed, they aro duo to a very clover (dovico. An animal trainer liaa in formed tho 'Matin' that lushas utilised a system . of wireless telegraphy Jt'or training animals to do all sorts of "tricks. Tho i'ocoiror is placcd in tho Jiorso's bridlo, whilo tho traiuor or an assistant manipulates the transmitter, and by a codo. of signals, which aro nofc difficult to teach, tho animals can bo mndo 4o givo any desired "answer." It suggested that this system is used in tho ease of tho celebrated Elberfield horses. Prior to tho utilisation of wire-! loss telegraphy, tho traiuor mentioned ! omployod o method of signals Jjv means ' of a tooth-pick, I

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

NEWS SUMMARY. A wrestling ma toll between flby*ko and AmericuB resulted in a U;uw. Ho event lasted for 59 minutes, duing which tiino neither wrestler scored a fall. Tho steamer Angola, with 76,035 bags of wheat, loaded by Messrs. Dar ling and Sou, cleared from Geolong on Friday for Chili. Mr. Duncan Camoron, of Dalyonong Station, has cut wool 13in. long from a merino wether that had been lost in scrubby country for four years. A doublo dissolution has boon granted by tho Governor-General, and the Commonwealth Pa;linment will bo dissolved <is soon as a temporary Supply Bill has been passed. Tessa Donaldson, aged 0 years, daughtor of Mr. W. Donaldson, of Charlton, was sovorely burned from the knees to tho cliiu on Friday, A bpark front a fire caught her night dress. Tho child rushed into tho passago with tho garment blnznig, and her mother put tho firo out, injuring her hnuds in doing so. An endeavor which lias been made by tho Master Masons' Society to have tho Btone-cutto...

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