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

TINKERING. I Jim Blinkenshoot is always busy, ho ! never knows an idlo hour; but all ho docs is weird and dizzy, and brings hiin noither wealth. .nor power. Ho starts a. job with fiery ardor, and tires when it's three-quarters do no; and so thcro's little in l\is larder, and lio is always short of iuon. Ho always has a. schemo so splendid it makes all other projects wilt; "you'll sco mo classed, wlion all is oiidou," ho toils his friends, "with Astorbilt." • He has no lazy bones within him, witli energy he's all athrob, but it' iinpossiblo to pin him down to p. sail© and steady job. And so his wife is doing washing, or heat ing carpots in tho sun, whilo Blinken shoot goes wildly sloshing from 0210 fool schemo to t'other ono. Ho .sees his neighbors going sanoly to do their tasks from day to (lay; thoy prosper well, whilo lie is vainly inventing projects "bound to pay." Tho Blmkonshoots, in endless numbers, wo seo around us year by year; tho cheery, futilo tribo encumbers tho wholo bl...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEDDED IN A WHITE SMOKING JACKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

WEDDED IN A WHITE SMOKING JACKET. Ainongthe host of Now York's brides tho palm for originality is unani mously accordod to Miss Katherino Durritt, who was roeently married to Mr. Harold H. Deeming, Tho couplo wero married in tho studio of tho bride's parents1, and tlu? keynoto of -ho .ceremony was uncouventionality. ' Tho bridegroom wore a smoking-jaokot of white vicuna, fiuished with whito .^a tin, and his trousors wero adorned with broad stripes of whito sUk afc tho sides. The bride woro a long-trained^ sleovo ess mediaeval gown of whito satin char meuse, elaboratcy trimmed with ropes of pearls, and a cup similarly ornam ented. Sho had no oranso blossom or bouquot. Hcjr robo concoaled her figuro who"n sho stood, but revealed it at overy movement, and was declared by tlio 000 fashionablo guests to bo superbly beau tiful. Tho studio was illuminated with thou sands of caudles instead of elootric lights, and tho walls wero draped "with Oriental hangings. Tho conventional orchestra; pl...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JOBS TOR STORMY DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

JOBS TOR STORMY DAYS. ''Dear, dear!" exclaimed an elderly gentleman. "It must have been a terrible tempest to Jiavo destroyed tho lighthouse.'' "it's," his wifo agreed; but how stupid to build it in sucli an exposed position 1" "They say our new magistrate in dulges in mixed metaphors," said a lady to a friend. "Aheadi'dll" ex claimed tho other. "My husband says it's inueli better to keep to one liquor I" Delighted Mother: "I've just had a letter from my son Georgo, and ho tells mo lio has won a scholarship at school. I can't teJi you how happy 1 sim. It makes me- feci—oh " Neighbour : "Yes, X quite under stand your feelings, Mrs. J ones, I felt ju.st tho same myself when our littlo pig carried off a iirst prizo at the agricultural show." A lady at Portsmouth was observing a littlo tug pufling away near to a ship of the line. "There's o. man-of-war, my di'ar," said her husband, pointing to the big ship. "And is tUo littlo 0110 a tug-oi-war?" she asked. Jack: "How is your sister gtft...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A SCATTERED RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

A SCATTERED RACE. Every fow years someone makes fcho suggestion to collcct all tho Jows to gothor into opo land and found a Jow isli colony*—a now Judea; but suck sug gestions uovor materialiso. Fow peoplo realiso how greatly tlio Jowisli raco is scattered in various parts of tho world. .Recent statistics show that fthoro aro nearly twelvo million Jews in tho popu lation of tho world, of which somo threo million rcsido in America; in Now York alono thoro aro ostimatcd to bo 1,062,000 Jews. The Jews in Africa roughly number a quortor of a million; while Asia has twice as many, and Aus tralia gives sheltor to only 17,000. Tho bulk of tho Jowisli nation livo in Europo, where thoro aro about eight million Jews, of whom no lower than fivo millions belong to Russia and a million to Austria. Hungary and Germany^ lmvo about a million Jews in their united population; wliilo latest statistics return tho Jows in Turkoy in Europo and Roumania as 2-10.000 for each country. —'Answers.'

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HYPNOTIC CATS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

HYPNOTIC CATS. Trending on a cobra Bitting up ready to atriko, a rcsidout in India, whoso ox por*<?nccs are relatod in tho "Field," wondered why tho deadly fangs woro delayed. Looking round, ho noticed his cat crouching and gazing at tho reptile steadily with mesmeric effect, for the snake seemed unablo to move, and while in this condition ho killed it. Another time, whon slooping in an opon cot in tho verandah, ho woko to find on. one sido of the bed a hugo cobra with head orect ready to strike, on tho other the glistening greon oyes of his cat. The snako remained quito still, so he ran into tho room to fetch a gun, and, coining back, poked tho reptile's head with tho barrels; but it did not take the slightest notice, and soomed like a atufl'od and lifpless crea ture. lie then placed his hand in front of tlio cat's eyes by way of oxperiment, when immediately tho spoil was remov ed, the cobra raised itself, hissed, and assumed an offensive attitude. Ho then took his hand ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARE RED-HEADED SWEETHEARTS JEALOUS? [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

ARE RED-HEADED SWEET HEARTS JEALOUS? There aro varying degrees of c_»lor *n | tlto hair that is ind.seriminately labelled j "red," and in this connection tho qua lities whioh aro supposed to run with rod hair depend to a. great extent on tho particular tono or shade. Bronzo and light chestnut hair. for instauco, aro often miscalled "rcu,,) whilst, on tho other hand, tho misleading namo "auburn" is applied to the most flaring locks imaginable. Monsieur Girouard, tlie French scien tist, asserts that all red-haired women aro jealous, for tho reason that they have blood that is warmer and flows more swiftly in their veins than is tho ease with tho blondo or tho brunette. They are impulsive and hot-tempered also, but very affectionate./X'hoy make good friends and bad enemies. Rcd haircd girls, as a rule, aro popular with men, for red hair is usually accompan ied by a smooth, white skin and a per fect complexion. AIL these qualities 'combined servo to mako a woman very attractive, and tha...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EL DORADO. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

EL DOKADO. , There is a land uf pure delight, re mote from vulgar storms, where people stay up day ami wight, inventing new reforms. The unlives have no leet or hands, they all have run to jaws; be cause their blessed islo demands no other thing than laws. They nothing do but legislate and frame now laws each day, and no ono has to pay the freight; there is no freight to pay. There tuJksmiths ave are in tho van, and lawyers are in swarms, and ho is held tho greatest man who springs tho inosi reforms. There 110 one plows and no one .saws or wields the toilers' traps, because they all are uuikiug laws to govern t'other chaps. No smoko from factory or mill is seen upon tho breeze; reformers como along and kill such industries as these. If any fellow strains and racks his form to gain t> roll, they hit him with an ineomo tax, and put him in tho hole. "You have," they >ay, "no earthly right to money you have earned, and to tho lawyers, foolish wight, it all must bo returned; for wh...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "EustiQUs") Tlio CoininonweaUh Meteorologist minis up tlio agricultural prospects, o» indicated by tlio ilata at lus disposal, favorably, Ho status that slucu Jjob ruarv, when a txinsidolnWo portion ot tlio agricultural areas iu Western Australia had exceptionally lieavj rainfalls, tlio season Uiero has been dry, and both March and Ai>ril ro eords were considerably below tlio nor mal. Ovor tho northern aroiis ot Southern Australia also it has been very dry, and tho present outlook is thorcforo not too bright, a . good downfall being urgently needed for cul tivation, but elsewhere over tho fl hole of tho wheat belt from tlio coastal areas of Smith Australia to tlia Queensland downs tho prospects arc favorable. l'hoiiometiaUy heavy rains loll in eastern New South Wales m Xlaioh, and tho monthly records throughout 'the ltivoriua district wero above tlio normal, as was the caso also ovor a largo part of tho southern coast lino of South Australia. These wero foll...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS (By "Arabrosino.") A housewife writing in the "York shire Poet" tolls soino of her methods of using up "odds and end." There is a vast difference between economy and parsimony, sho says, and though I am sometimes laughed at by niy triends for making use of various odds and enda in rather unusual ways, I have a great dislike to liieannoss in i any form, and do not at all approvo of short commons* in any direction. It really makes one's guests uncomfort able to tool "that there is a scarcity oi any household requisite, and yej> 1 have stayed in houses whore money need not, havo been a great considera tion, aud havo risen from tho tablo after a meal witli a decided feeling of not having had enough to eat. Thoro should always, if possible, be plenty for a "cut and come again," when one invites a friend, and on a day when this caunofc bo dono it is better not to ask tho guest, Tho following aro a few of tho ways in which I should contrive savoury dishes from remnants...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RURALISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

RURALISMS. To 1)0 n thorough ploughman is tho real foundation of all farming. Don't kill your ground and make clods by ploughing too early, or too wet. Keep tho pear trcos bonded low, THoy will grow to towering poles unless you do. Wntcring tho cows onco a day with a hurried sip won't do. Tlicy need ail they can get. You will never buy a farm with tho money you fool away every timo you go to town. A weed on the ground is bolter than one in the eye. The first is propaga tion and tho other irritation. Hiring a "tinker" carpenter rathci than to pay the. wages of a. first-class man is a waste of timo and money; but with tho proper tools any farmer should Uo able to do many of tho jobs himself. To prevent a scabby crop of pota toes, soak tho .seed for two hours itt a solution of one-half pint of formalin (formaldehyde) in fifteen gallons of water. The man who is ruled by his wifo usually has a wiso boss. As an experiment try soino now veg etable that you haven't grown. lJut up with a goo...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW DO WE KNOW A GOOD FARMER? [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 19 June 1914

HOW DO WE KNOW A GOOD FARMER? How do wo'know that a man is a good farmer? Ho will not toll you ho is; ho is too modest for that. But jet's lock arms with him and talco a little tramp across his farm this'aftornoon; for .seaing is belioring. Ho is doing to-day's -- work to-day. Tliat is a pretty $ood sign of a thor ough farmer! Things nro kept picked up around his buildings. That wo like, too. ' He takes us around whero tho oattlo run against tho lino fouces, and every ! rail that is out of placo ho puts back whero it belongs. Ou tho way through tho pnaturo ho stops to rub tno no»o of the iittl© heifer. Sho likes it and shows that sho is on speaking terms with her master. * Coming homo from school the boys and girla call out as soon as thoy aro in sight: •'Hello, daddy 1" And with a smilo on her face" the good wifo says: "I'm glad to havo you homo again, i husband 1" Tho noighbor, passing, halts at the gato to talk over tho crops and tho woathor. On his tablo lio tho best farm paper ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COST OF FLYING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914

COST OF FLYING. It is estimated tlint tlic« fuel and i oil costs of an aeroplane of high-power run into about 111 per hour of tligbt. The llritish Army has from 120 to 150 aeroplanes, and a.s each machine I is expoi-ted to do about L\50 hours' living annually, the significance of high fuel costs will begin to ho appreci ated. It will he measured hy a fuel and oil hilt of about £30.000 a year at- retail prices. Those U'ho read the signs expect the into of increase of air-craft to continue to 1000 nero •pnlnes, ami many do/.ens of airships within the next two years, meaning probably a fuel ami oil bill of n quar ter of a million sterling. It has been further estimated that on tho nbovo supposition of development aer onautics may be expected within two years to take one-sixth part of the fuel <'onMimptioii of nil tlio niotor v chides in Uritain. Of the lotal con sumption. estimated at about 100,000.000 gallons a year, it swins that U0,000.000 gallons aro lined liv ] -the omn...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914

THE KUSTRAtlMI ESTATES AND MORTGAGE CO. LTD. WOOL WAREHOUSES, 573 to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. WOOLand grain AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW AND GRAIN WEEKLY. , LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES ON THE ENSUING CLIP OP WOOL For Sale in Melbourne or Shipment to London. The Company act Strictly as Selling Brokers. ADVANCES Oi-. GRAIN. YOU MAY REST ASSURED chftt Becchtm's Mb will be of great service to you if your stomach iioutof ord*T : me your liver a sluggish. The conditions of life in these days are so strenuous that nearly everybody is at times, overtaken by various derangements of the digestive organs. Even the strongest and healthiest occasionally require * little corrcctivo medicine. It b worth remembering that, thousands of people have proved thai ' BEECHAM'S \ PBLLS I ^M«dUy exert a curative effect upon the disturbed organs and restore them to their MrnuU healthy state. This splendid preparation has a world-wide reputation for rolMving the ailments arising from stomach an...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914

| CONCERNING THE NEW MODEL"VEGA" II Wo arc continually being JJ asked how we can sell such li a illG!l CLASS SWKD || ISll SKI'AUATOK—an ex || celleut ^skimmer, beautl ii fully linished anil nieehnn j| Jcjiliy perfect—at such MORE CREAM AT LESS COST , j;.\ LOW 1'IvIL'E. .•ustm is obvious, ganhsatlon "carries on our start is it worker ami earns his money—and we can therefore afford to .scH the "Vega" at a reas onable margin of proUt. Besides which, up-to-date farmers ami dairymen KNOW the "Vega,", and we are selling theui by Jiuudiwls. Small protits, quick returns, and you get the "Vega'' at these prices. i'.i 35 0 b 05 linl. ..... 10 30 0 SO On}. ..... 30 35 0 I ilUCKEYE .HARVESTER CO., I! COUGH REMEDY \ SOLD EVERYWHERE IfTrrniiJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii FIVE MULES FOR FORTUNE, HOW .-'JME SECURED SUCCESS. 1. Cultivate and perfect your idea? Experiment. Tho world is eager for' nomotbij)^ new, which, however sim ple* it may be, will savo labor, or ex pouso, or do th...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A GREAT TRIO. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914

A GREAT TIUO. An Englishman,''an-'-Irishman, and a Scotsman: woro ono dny arguing as to winch of, the threb countries pos sessed the fastest train.- "Weft," said the Englishman,;"I'vo heen in ono of our trains . whon tlie telegraph-polos have appeared to bo liko a hedge." "I've seen: tho milestones appear i'lee tombstones," said, tho Scot. "Ould yor whist!" said Pat. ill was ono day in a train in my country, and we passed* a field of turnips and a field of c&rrots, and then a field of cabbages and parsley, and then a pond of wa ter, and we were going that rjuick 1 thought it was broth I"

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOORT. Federal Aspirant [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914

BOORT. —Federal Aspirant— The Mirhoa North correspondent of tlie " Argus announced last week tliat Mr Jolin Nolan, pro prietorof the Yackandandali Timks, is being pre.ised to offer himself as a candidate against Mr W. H. Irvine for the Flinders seat. Mr Nolan was formerly proprietor of the Mirboo "Gippslander " also the Boort "Standard" and other ' papers. He once stood for the I Gippsland West State seat, but the result of that election is not quoted. It is understood that he is a supporter of the Labor party, and Mr Nolan has, accordTug to a report in the Mirboo " Gipps lander" consented to allow him self to go to the ballot. —Boort Football Club.— A meeting of members of the above club was held in the Me chanics' hall on Tuesday evening. The'president (Mr J. J. Grace) oc cupied the chair, and there were 40 I others present. After confirming I the last meeting's minutes the sec I retary (Mr R. Digbt) read a list of rules for the guidance of the club. These had been carefully con s...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COULD DO SOMETHING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914

COULD DO SOMETHING. A little boy-of five was' invited to a children's paHy; ::.Tlio iiext day ho was giving, an accountof' tho.fun, and said tliat each of tho JiUIo visitors had contributed either a song, a rocitation, or nuisio, for ■ilie; pleasure., of the rast. .• ".0 puor little Jack I" said his mother, "how very unfortunate you could do nothingl":: "Yos, I could, mother,1' , roplicd tho young hopeful; ,UI stood up -and saUl iry prayers!11

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914

«AVK INSTANT UKUKK. ! 41 My link- Mmtd was very lxul with tM-tiup ami 1 wa* <juito worn out with l><< of (iKTii," say* Mm Catherine Holland. 450 Adelaide road, Herhamporo, N.Z. "A friend has sei*n ChaniW'rlairi's Gmgh Remedy udvettised for the relief of croup ami sui^esU'd iuv trying it. <li<i ho, ami it wave the ohild instant relief. 1 have sceu dozens of children relieved of I croup by Clmtnlterlain's Coiijjh Ueinedy.'' | Mra Coff is an old-age pensioner, Commonwealth JsfeBanft of BuetraU* HEAD OFFIOC 8YDNKY _V/j TtU Bank la open for *U diuii ot GENERAL BANKING BU8INESS U EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alto at Sjdney, Canl*rra, Adelaidp, Perth, Ilobart, Brlibane, Rockhimpton, Townitllle, and Cable remUUncee made to, and draft* drawn on foreign pUcei direct. Foreign bills negotiated m4 collected. J.fIter* of credit Iiiued to anj part of the world. Dilli negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking and Excha...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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CLEANSING OF HULLS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914

CLEANSING OF HULLS. A new method of clcansing n ship'n hull from growths likely to impede its progress was demonstrated in Iho West India Docks, London, on the cablo-laying ship Faraday. Naval v attaches from several countries wero present to watch tho progress of tho work. At present ships' hulls aro cleaued by hand labour. Tho vessel hay to ho dry-docked for the pur pose, and valuablo time is lost. 'By the now process a hull can bo scrub bed whilst "the ship lies at anchor ior coaling or tho shipment of cargo. It is claimed that a vessel -J00 to 500 loot long, whit an average draft, can bo cleaned in a working day. The apparatus consists of an electrically operated roller brush, suspended by cables from a specially constructed barge, and made to press against tlio side of a vessel by tho force of a screw propeller. Tho barge carries a very compact petrol electric generat ing s.jt, and the power thus produced is inado to operate tho winches and tho scouring bruslus. indicators aro ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ECONOMICAL WE DON'T THINK! [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914

ECONOMICAL. WE DON'T THINK! •'What's this?" exclaimed tlio young husband, referring to the memorandum his wife had given him "One dozen eggs, one pound of raisins, bottle oi lemon extract, ;i tin of ground cinna mon, and half a pound of sugar. What i do you want with all these things, Be linda?" - "I've got a stale loaf," replied the voung wife, "that I'm going to save by working it up into a bread pud 1 d'ng. 1 never Jet anything go to waste, Henry." ! There is an inscription on a sundial of the church in th.e little village in France where 1 live: "A Itiminc mo tus" (I am moved by the light). "Amyddst yo lb.wers I tell yo homes' is another old English inscription. Cut on an old marble dial in an old gar den there is one of the prettiest leg ends: "Horas non numero nisi Sere nas" (I count only the hours which aro serene.) What a bland and care-dispelhng feeling I How the shadows seem to fade on the dial-plate As the sky lours and time presents only a blank, unless its progress is m...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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