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NIGHT HUNTING IN CEYLON. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914

NIGHT HUNTING IN CEYLON. The Ceyton bear is an "ugly, quaint little beast/' between tbrcc and /our feet Id length, sometimes weighing over 2001b. It is found over the greater portion of the low country jungle, and although of no great sire compared with bears of other countries, it gives good sport. Tba native fears it more than any other animal of the jangle, with the excep tion of a rogue or must elephant. The best Bcasot !or bagging the Ceylon bear is just prior to the I burst •[ the monsoon. Ko rain ha**- J ing fallen for a long time, all the streams and tanks are reduced to mere puddles of muddy water, and to cam* in the jungle, at this season re quires no small amount of enthu siasm. y 'Our camp was pitched near a grov/i of. coconut trees. hv tie sidc*r?f"jj small stream, in " which flowed a browny semi-fluid concoction errone ously named water, and this com prised our sole supply for drinking, cooking, and bathing purposes. Bys flfes— raiautc insects that enter the eye and pr...

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

THE TABLES TURNED. A veterinary surgeon one day pre pared a powder for a sick horse :ind gave it to bis younp assistant to ad' minister. The assistant asked how it was to bt done, and the doctor gave him a Urge gloss tube and told him to put the tube into the horse's mouth and blow the powder do-.vn his throat. A short time afterwards* ther« was a great commotion, and the dector rushed oat to find his as sistant in trouble. "Whare Is the medicine he shotted, "'What's tbo matter?" The assistant coughed several times severely and theb spluttered : "Thr horse blew first." Jesa : "The first thing Mrs. Uleakc did was to break ber husband of all his bad habits." Bess : "What then ?" J«as i "He becaoie so insipid that she* arranged for a separation." For the first time in history u joint stamp bearing the legends both of Franc# and Britain, baa been is sued la the New Hebrides Islands, which are jointly administered by th< two countries. .

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER V (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914

_— THE MASTER PASSION. *1 CHAPTER V (Continued.) Sho dirt not linger long amongst the,,glowing flower-beds, where tho brightness of tho geraniums .was en hanced. l>y, the scorch'ng sun, but hur ried down tho silent shrubborics, where lovely variegated shrubs from every I part of the world .strotchod their deli- ' cato branches over her head, and made a refreshing shelter, out into tho park boyond, whero herds of' deer wore browsing amongst tho braoken. Start led by hor footfall on tho grass, they raised thoir dolicato heads, gavo tho intruder a glance of mistrust, and ! scudded lightly away, as if blown by | a breath. After wandoring through ouo dclici ,^ous glado after another, sho camo to a "broad piece of water, shining liko golden glass in tho sun. One end, ■whero tho trees dipped their branches . into tho water, was in shadow, and looked so invitingly oool, that leaning ovor it wistfully, sho longed to batho her burning head in its rofreshing waves. Last night how gloriously...

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

THE HOOF OF THE HORSE. There are tocB on a horse's hoof* just as there are on the foot of a human being. Furthermore, a horse has "toe-nails." The horn of the hoof grows in pretty much the eama way that a toe-nail docs. Tho growth of the hoof is more rapid in unshod horses than in the case of those wearing shoes. It grows still more rapidly in the case of horses that arc well groomed and well fed. Generally speaking, how ever, the horn grows nbout one-third of an inch each month. Hind hoofs grow faster than fore hoofs. The toe of the hoof being the longest part, it takes longer for the horn to prow there than at the heel. For example, the toe will grow entirely down in from three to • five months. As the new horn grows out, - any .cracks or defects in the 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 bruise from the roOfc to the tip.

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, invigorating and ^Sustaining Power Is amply vorlflea by capable authorities •

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A JAP'S IDEAS ABOUT WIVES. HE DIVIDES THEM INTO FIVE CLASSES AND DESCRIBES THE IDEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914

A JAP'S IDEAS ABOUT WIVES. HE DIVIDES THEM INTO FIVB CLASSES AND DESCRIBES THE IDEAL. coia5S *-0 wiIc Question, the Japanese have their own stand ard, says the "Oriental Review." Kaiseki Alatsumura, widely known in Japan as an essayist* presents tho Japanese view very clearly in a.rc ! cent issue of one of the Tokio maga | zines. i He nays that a wife comes within one ol the following five classes—(1) the stupid wife, (2) the foolish wife, (3) the unruly wife, (4) the sagacious wife, and (5) the *;ood wife. By a stupid wife he explains that he means one neither a sloven nor a shrew, "'She is a stupid woman by birth/ he says. "She does not know that when there is a visitor she ought, in accordance with Japanese etiquette, 1 serve tea and cakes quickly, nor at meal time to invite the visitor to partake of food. She is never punc tual, and will keep her friends wait ing at her door while she is leisure ly putting more paint on her face. These are her falient features, t "A foolish wife...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LIVING PICTURE TARGETS FOR RIFLEMEN. GRAND CHANCE TO BEAT BISLEY RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914

LIVING PICTURE TARGETS FOR RIFLEMEN. . 1 GRAND CHANCE TO BEjAT BISLEY RECORDS. Among the novel usee for which • "living pictures" have been utiliE<sd, one of the moat ingenious is tlmt re cently perfected by Messrs. Paterson and Muagrave. This is its applica- , tion to rifle-fire practice, the idea be \ng to render the eye of the marl"j3 man keener, and to enable him to be more expert in handling his arm. The "bioscope target," as it is callcd, is of very simple construction and operation. There are two rollers upon which is wound a sheet of paper of any desired size, like the films of a camera, the clear space be tween the two rollers comprising the screen upon which the "living" pic tures are thrown. Tbe lantern throw ing the pictures is placed behind the marksmen in such a way that their movements do not interrupt or inter- * fere with the projection. .t ' Immediately behind this paper scrfraji is a self-recording target sys tem, which instantly oonveye the. value of e...

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

-y ''TUltima Stock Sale NEXT SALE Tuesday, June 30. Thos. loirow and Co. HAVE tnueh pleasure in announcing to tbo public that thoy have now Iccided to hold Fortnightly Sales, and hat Mr R. P. Puvcell, Auctioneer, will • >e stationed at TJltima. and wil conduct . ' alea throughout the district. The firm lopca by strict attention to business, to ncrit the patronago of tho public gene rally. = OFFICE—BROOKS' HOTEL. . Ultima Stock Sale. TH©MAS MORROW and CO. wil offer at their Yards — TUESDAY, JUNE 30 Further entries invited. THOS. MORROW &. CO., Auctioneers. Ultima. LALBERT Saturday, June 27, '14 rHOS. MORROW & CO DESIRE to announce that at the re .quest of numerous die r.Uand re sidents of the district they have decided to bold REGULAR SALES OF STOCK at Lalhert, the next of «uch safes fo be bold on above date at the hotel yards, when they will oiler— Sheep Cattle Horses Entries invited, to be sont to our local representative— Mr V A N DERFEEN, Lalbert, Or the auctio...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
What is Supporting the Local Press? [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914

What is Supporting: the I Local Press ? I What is supporting the local' press:— Ik it sending complimentary tickcts and handbills (printed in other towns) with a request to nttend And give a report (for the good of thccau8c)of the concert, social, demonstration or religious meeting when the same bus not been advertised in the local paper? Ah ! no, my dear brothem, it is not. Is it supposing tho pre s to j give one inch "advt" and want a £2 • report? No, my dourly beloved brothern, the perspiring journa'ist cannot wash his hands in innoccncy and find bread, Ac., for his fumiU is kssb or ks i»arsk, pay runt, wages, taxes, and other heavy charges, unless he is supported decently, unless all printing bo kept in tho district, or unless he receives good adveitising support. Notwitlwtanding a custom ^vory largely followed, I say don't be mean with the press—encourage it ar.d snpport it; don't send work out of tho district. Remem ber tho press is what you make It. Press men will give you go...

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

Ultima Coffee Palace. ADJOINING COMMERCIAL BANK. 'THE PLACE FOR COMFORT." Every convenience for every classy—permanent boarders, .commercial travellers, and farmers.^ Large Dining, Reading, and Commercial Rooms, ~ With all appurtenances for ease and comfort. ; - Single and double beds, hot or cold buths. Motor car for hire Best Stabling. Provision for extra demand on accommodation just com pleted. JOSEPH DREWETT, proprietor "This Way, ' Sir"! V Railway Hotel, ULTIMA (Opposite Railway Station). Amplo accommodation on best Jincs. Cboico chamnagno k wines Mo or Cars for Hire. W. J. O'BRIEN, Proprietor. Alp. Van, BUILDER, ULTIMA, HAS for Sale a large quantity of hard and softwood timber, galmnifed iron, ridding and spouting FOR SALE nt LOWEST RATES. NICHOLAS L. O'CONNOR, LL.M. II. A., Barrister, Solicitor, Conveyan , ctr. and Proctor, ULTIMA, A Commissioner of the Supreme Court of the State of Victoria for taking Affidavits. Expert at Income Tax work. Returns properly prepared atainodem...

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

Chamberlain's "SliJw Tablets — FOR CONSTIPATION* For a Good Clean Meal Call at W. FADERZENS, CENTRAL COFFEE.PAL,ACE, Hargroavos Street, EV D/GO. (Opposite Markets.) Three Courses Beds Is, "As GTood as the Best." CONSIGN YOUR FAT LAMBS. SHZEP. CATTLE & PIGS SPENCER Mik AND CO., Sheep, Cattle,. & Land Salesmer, BENDIGO and BRANCHES. "YTfHO beg to announcs to their dionts * * and the public gonerally that they haTe appointed Mr E, J. Beaumont as. their agent in Ultima and district. Mr Beaumont will^bo pleased to order and securo trucks, arrange trucking and consigning. The firm beg to nnnounco that they are ngents agnin this season for the same leading firm of exporters, and ah vendors of sheep and lambs of nice quality can depend upon receiving satisfactory prices. Our sales in Bendigo are— , mondays—$hcop jgd lambs - 5. TUESDAYS- -Fat and Store Ciittlo - thursdays—Pigs, at our own Bazaar. saturdays—Horses, at our own Bazaar. EDGAR BEAUMONT, Ucal Agent, Ultima. VISITOR...

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

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNGVj'> & 0 (P ' Concerning some parts of this extern sive district news conies but seldom. This is not entirely our faultj we have no 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 silence to cease. U 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 places very distinctly. Don't bother about grammar or spell ing ; it's the editor's work to look after those trifles. The barest skeleton is enough. _ ^ Write only on one side of the paper. Give information, but let criticism alone. Q - Write"your name and address on som« corner—not for publication, but'...

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

Woods' Groat Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Cold, never foiUi, Is 6d ,

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

A MAN OF PEACE. He was a man of peace, and he, came upon two youths in a back • street fighting. Accordingly ho push ed through the crowd and persuaded the combatants to desist. "Lot mo beg of you my good fel lows," earnestly besought the peace maker, "to settle your disputes by arbitration. Bach of you choose half-a-dozen friends to arbitrate.'' "Hurrah !" yelled the crowd. "Do as the gentleman says." Having seen twelve arbitrators se-"' lected, to the. satisfaction of- both . sides, the man of peace went his way, rejoicing in the thought of having, once again prevailed upon brute force to yield to peaceful argument. Half an hour later he returned that way, and was horrified to'sec the whole itreet fighting, while in the distance police whistles could lc heard blow ing, ond policc n:.shin« to the spot ; "Good gracio-.i.'i, v:hnt ir. II12 matter low?" asked the i;or,ccma'.:cr of an' "Sure, sir," was, the rcr.ly. arbitrators are nt y-'orX."

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN BOORT. RAILWAY TERMINUS HOTEL BURNT. WHOLE BUILDING RAPIDLY DEMOLISHED. POOR WATER SUPPLY. NARROW ESCAPES FROM EXPLOSION. ONLY THE PIANO SAVED [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914

DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN BOORT. RAILWAY TERMINUS HOTEL BURNT. WHOLE BUILDING RAPIDLY DEMOLISHED. POOR WATER SUPPLY. NARROW E SCAPES FROM EXPLOSION. ONLY THE PIANO SAVED The residents of Boort were aroused on Monday just before midnight by the ringing of the firebell, and the people flocks d to the scene of the outbreak, which was found to be at Downing's Railway Terminus hotel. Flames were leaping high out of the loof, and were spreading with rapidity all through the building. The firemen turned out promptly and soon got their appliances at work, but the pressure was so poor it left them almost helpless. It was at once apparent that there was not the slightest hope of saving the hotel buildings, as the whole of the interior was a mass of fiaze. For tunately, very few in the hotel had retired lor the night, and those who had gone to bed were quickly roused up and assisted to a place of safety. The firemen at once directed their energies to saving Mr W. I-T, Klliott's premises which were a...

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

How to Neutralise Dangerous Stomach Acids. Few people beside physicians realise the importance of keeping t he food contents of the stomach free from acid fermentation. Healthy normal digestion cannot take place while the delicate lining of the stomach is being inflamed and distended by acid and wind— the results ot fermenting food in the stomach. To secure perfect digestion, fermentation must be stopped or prevented, and the acid neutralised. For this purpose physicians usually recommend getting a little bisurated magnesia from the chemist and taking half a teaspoonful in a little hot or cold water immed ately after eating. They recommend bisurated mag nesia because it is pleasant to take, has no disagreeable alter effects, and instantly stops fermentation, neutralises the acid and makes the sour and acid food bland, sweec and easily digested.* The regular use of bisurated maguesia—be sure yau get the bisurated, as other kinds of mag nesia are of little value—is an ab solute guaran...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A SECOND ALARM. ROYAL EXCHANGE STABLING ABLAZE. TWO BUGGIES BADLY DAMAGED. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914

A SECOND ALARM. ROYAL EXCHANGE STABL ING .'.ABLAZE. TWO BUGGIES BADLY DAMAGED. Scarcely had the people settled down in their own homes oil Mon day night, or rattier Tuesday morn i ing, before they were again alarmed ! by the ringing of the firebell. Tnis was about 3 a.m., and the firs thoughts were (hat the fire had by some means crossed to Mr Elliott's. This proved, however, not to be the case. The firemen who had been left in charge of the hotel fire noticed a glare at the back of the Royal Exchange hotel. Some of them went to investigate, while others nnde for the firebell. It was discovered that a load of straw which had been placed in one of the open stable stalls the previous evening was ablaze and was burn ing fiercely. The flames were al ready running along the ridge of the building, and a buggy and covered waggonette, which were owned by Mr L. Waters, were all alight. No time was lost in get ting them in the open, where the flames were beaten out, but not before the hood an...

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

Worries of a Journalist. An accused person, when before a court recently.objected to the re porters being present. When the arresting constable was stepping into the box, defendant asked the presiding magistrate if the evidence I to be given was in connection with his case. The police informed him that it was. "Then, I object to these reporters," he vigorously protested. " I won't have this get into the papers. It's a scanda lous case altogether." His protest a\ ailed him nothing, of course, but his attitude was characteristic of many others who get into court. They all think that a newspaper should be published without news —of the description what they do not want to see published. Some times (but rarely) a happening of a different kind occurs. In a wes tern district town recently a man was proceeded against under the Police Offences Act and was fined jC'2, with 6s costs, the case being heard ex parte. Presumably the defendant was too busy to leave his work to attend court. When t...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Quambatook v. Meatian. A STIRRING GAME AND SPLENDID FINISH. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914

Quambatook v. Mcatlan. A STIRRING GAME AND SPLENDID FINISH. Meatian players visited Quambatook on Saturday with a strong combination, while the locals were without the ser vices of White (a sterling back man), C. M'Gillivray and Tim Carruthers. The visitors forced matters in the first term and put on eight points to their opponents single, and in the third quarter scored 20 as against one. But, in the final quarter, Quamby rallied, and turned what looked like a rout into a dazzling victory. The Teams. Quambatook—W. Gross (capt.), F. Gross, E. Gross, A. Gross, B. Smith, Roy Carruthers, J. Mangan, M. Bentic, F. Cameron, A. Baylis, L. Meney, J. King, .1. Cnrrigan, L. Williamson, M. Coughlan, J. Coughlan and D. Barry. Meatian—E. Booth (can*".), Blanche, Anderson, W. O'Meara, W. Balderson, J. Wright, H. Alexander. A. Balderson, Clarke, Sheldon, Groat, Ryan, Roberts, J. Vanderfeen, R. Booth, r. Alexander, F. O'Meara and A. King. The Play. Mention's skipper won the toss and elected to kick...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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