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Ultima Rifle Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914
Ultima Rifle Club. ANNUAL MEETING. The "annual mooting of the Ultima Ritlo Club wuh held nt tho rosidonea of tho captain, Mr J. Uiowott, on Wed nesday. 17th inst. ; thuro bring a fair attondnrtco of mombcrH present. Business of a routine nature having boon discussed and ssttlod, tho election of oflicers for tho onguing twelve months took plueu. The eleotion of oflicors rosultod :—Capt., Mr J. Drewott; Sccrotnry, Mr E. T. Cowpor; Troamror, Mr W. Vcrticarii; HanJicappcr, Mi* J.. Drotfott; M.uh Committed, Messrs F. Majnus, W. Drewett, \V. Vorfcigan ; Coni'ititt c Messrs G. J. Bruaiu'n, J. O'Hari, 0 Anders and T. Sutton ; AuJito.-s, Mms H. Cuttle anil D. Hurtig. There was some considerable discuBsi >u as to the ncaosstty for hotter amnge ments with r gard to t!ic work on the r.iugo, prior to the weekly shoots (Satur day's) and matches, and it was evon tually deeided on the ra »fcton of *ir Brunnen, s-jcnnded by Mr \V. Di-cwett, that two mo t>1i3.-s tike month a'mufc and attend 11 ...
Mallee Shoots. METHODS OF DESTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914
Mallee Shoots. METHODS OK°DESTRU CTION". A correspondent askod (he Department of Agriculturo in South Australia :—u 1. What is tho best time of the year to out I malice shoots ? 2. In cutting them is ' it better to cut right -down or slash only about two thirds off? 8. Does tho con tinual slushing finally kill the shoots, and what is the average period taken to kill same?" Tho question* were rofcrrod to Mr L. S. Davis, manager of tho Experi mental Farm, Veiteh's Well, who ro plics m tho local 'Journal of Agr oilturo': 1. The groatost check to malle shoots is givon if they aro cut betweon harvest and seeding, if this is douo in January, and early in Fobruary, tlio shoots may be firo raked, but if not carried out lator tboy Would have to be h'jrsc raked, and burnt in rows. It is necessary to bum the Hhoots if cot beforo a.oding, or otherwise they will blosk tho implonionts, and afterwards make it impossible t(» sood evenly. The abovo mothod is pre forablo to any other on Mlo-v, but if...
THE RIFLE. TRIANGULAR MATCH WITH SWAN HILL AND GOSCHEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914
THE RIFLE. —o— TIlIA.NG0riA.R MATCH WITH SWAN HILL AND G03CHKN. Tho third match in connection with tho series arranged last season was tired on the Swan HiU range on Wednesday, and was won by Swan Hill by nine points from Ultima, who were 22 points ahead of Gogclien. The conditions were the same as previously, viz., ten shooters with eight to count, and twelve shots ten to count at the COO yards distance. The light was a varying one, and the wind tricky although not strong, and less experienced shots lost ow ing to not carefully noting tho move ment of tlie Hags and changing light. On the whole the shooting was very fair, and the score made by T. E. Magnus (Ultima) and "W. ITilmer (S.H.), with 47 out of a possible 50, left little to be complained of. As each club has won one match it has been decided thit the shoot off will tak& place on the Goschen range from the 300 yards distance under the same conditions upon a date to be arranged, an£ whei) that has been completed anoth...
Cycling and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914
eycling and Motor Notes. A splendid innovation in Australasian road racing, and one likely to give a much needed fillip to cycling throughout the Commonwealth and the Dominion, has been suggested by tlm Dunlop Rubber Co. who have already done ho much for the sport in this country. It is proposed that a team of six riders from each of the six Common wealth Suites and New Zealand shall an nually compi-a- in a .scratch nice ol 100 miles or over, the event to be a reams Championship Race, decided on points; the team scoring highest points to be the winner^, whilst the Australasian Koad Championship for the year in addition to a valuable prize and trophy wouid go to the first man home. To .select the respec tive teams it is suggested that a test race with its own separate prize list, l>e held annually in each Suite and in New Zealand, such event to be a handicap of 100 miles or over, ami the riders recording the six fastest times to be selected to represent their State. Six or seven t...
CHILLINCOLLAH DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914
CHILLINCOLLAH DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. Tho last games t>f the first round was played on Saturday lust. Waitchio provod their superiority over Stratford E. on thu former's ground. A fair number of spectators wofo proaeut to witness tlio game. Tho final sc >res wero :—Waitohie, 5 goals, 10 bohinds; Stratford K., 2 goals. McGregor um pired. On their own ground CiiillmgoUnh scored. their third victory this season by do» fonting Tyrivll Downs. T le game was woll umpired by O'Biion. On Saturday ^to-morr .\v), Waitehio players will journey to Tyrrell Downs and Stratford 12. will vi3»t Cbiilingoliah. .
Church Services. Services will be held on Sunday next as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914
Church Sarvicas. Servibes will be held on Suuday next as follows:— Cuuitcu of Christ—ui una, 11 a.m. Ultima Hail.—Mr Mudge. Pkeshytkitian Ciiuncii—Chillinjiollah, 11 a.m.; Stratford E., 2 p.m.; Wowin, 4 p.m.; Ultima, 7.30 p.m.—Mr J. Ro bertson. Mktiiodist Ciiukcii.—Ultima, 3 p.m. Rev. Cloverdon; Moatian E., 11 a.m., Rev. Cloverdon ; Polisbet, p,m., Mr Roborts; Waitcnio S., 7 p.m, Rov. Cloverdon.
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914
FOOTBALL. A request by the Ultima Ciub for per mission ro play K I'orceUf »>f Boort, in the Ultima loam was left in thu hands of Mr H. O'Brion (Sec. of delegates), who undertook to wire the result to Boorfc in timo for tho match on Saturday. The request met with a good deal of opposi tion, but it was finally decided to allow Purcoll to play pending the decision of a meeting of dolc&lt;jotes to bo held on July 4th. Tho thanks of tho Ultima club are du* to Mr O'Brion for his sportsmanlike act. To many followers of football tho ex hibition givon by tho Bendigo umpires during tho last gamo or two is unsatis factory, considering that the big sum of £3 10s is paid for rbeir services on each occasion. Tho matter will, in ail pro bability, bo discussed at tho next delegates meeting, for it is well-known that the competent men are being sent elxowhoro. At Boort on Saturday last thu umpire's whistle was heard almost continuously but techncal breaches (many of which cannot be found ...
The Ultima Star & Chlilinoolah Express Friday, June 26. Porsonal. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914
"Che CUtuna Star & CbUUtiaollab express Friday. June 2G. Porsonal. Mr ifndJMrs T.Woonton, junr., « f Chil lingolluh, experienced further anxiety with their youngest child, bub wo aro pleased toatnto with careful attention at Nurse Koatie'fl private hospital the little one made rapid recovery, and was taken homo on Saturday Inst by the parents who bad remained in Ultima during iisillncss. Methodist Church. Special pcrvicos, in connection with the Methodist Church, will bo he held at Ultima on Sunday next at 3 p.m., Mca tian 13., 11 a.m., and Waitchie South 7 p.m. The Hoy. T. T. CUverdon, of Molbourno, will 'conduct the scrvicca at the places luontionoi. On Tuesday oven ing, a public meeting will bo bold in the Ultima Church, when interesting ad drcs 09 will bo given. Ultima Library. In another column residents of Ultima and tho surrounding districts are remin ded that tho Ultima library will bo open from 4 to 5 p.m. on Saio days, and from 7 &lt;o Op.ra. onTuo^dnys and...
RURAL WORKERS' LOG. RATES OPERATE ON OCTOBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914
RURAL WORKERS' LOG. RATES OPERATE ON OCTOBER ). The rural workers policy of the Aus tralian Workers' Union, drawn up by a recent industrial conference and en dorsed by the executive of the union, deals with the rates and conditions for New South Wales, Victoria, Queens land, South Australia, and Tasmania, for the agricultural, fruit-growing, hop growing, market gardening, and dairy ing industries. These arc to come into operation on October 1. In the agricultural section it is laid down that 48 hours shall constitute a week's work, such hours to be worked as follows -Half-past 7 a.m. to 20 minutes to G on five days of the week, with one hour for dinner ; and five minutes past 7 a.m. to 12 noon on Saturdays, with two "smoke-ohs" of 15 minutes each, one in the forenoon, and one in the afternoon. Overtime is put down at time and a half The wages proposed include the following: Reaper, thresher, header, binder, stripper, and harvester drivers 10s per day, or £2 10s a week and "found, in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914
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CAMERON V. CUTTLE. ANOTHER ADJOURNMENT. THE BENCH INSULTED. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914
CAMERON V. CUTTLE. ANOTHER ADJOURNMENT. THE BENCH INSULTED. The twice adjourned case, S. Cameron v. Cuttle, money due for the service of a horse, was again before the Quambatook Court of Petty Sessions this morning. On the Bench were Messrs Penne father, P.M., and Adamthwaite, Hogan, and J. B. Mann, J's.P. Mr Meehan (J. T. Keane) for complainant; Mr Parsons for de fendant. Complainant gave formal evi dence. At the outset, Mr Parsons ap plied for an adjournment to Ul tima, as being the nearest Court to where the cause of action arose. No objection was raised by ,the defence. Mr Parsons applied for costs of the previous adjournments. The Court the case was remitted to would not have power to grant thsse costs. In reply to the P.M., Mr Par sons said he stopped his client from attending the last Court, but not on the present occasion. Mr M eehan informed the Bench that a mutual' arrangement had been come to between Mr Keane and defendant that the latter would not be present. Mr Parsons ...
BOORT v. ULTIMA. A HARD FOUGHT BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914
BOORT v. ULTIMA. A HARD-FOUGHT BATTLE. Boort was at home to Ultima on Saturday, "oon" Cameron stood out | of the local team, and WisowouJd Bros, i and Thomas were absent from the | visitor's ranks. Teams:— Ultima—I-ockhead, Minster, Mc- ! Mahon (back); Bell if. McConnell, Hayes (half-back) ; Charles, Groat, R. Minster (centre) ; Buckley, Purcell, Vereker (half-forward) ; Brooks, Ram sey, Harrison (forward); Fagan, Hoiles, J. McConnelWfollowers). /toort— Parkinson, Weaver, William son (b?ck) ; P. Cameron, Cracknel!, Dodson (half back) ; Pickering, Bur rowee, Gordon (centre) ; Uindaon, Killeen, Storey (half-forward) ; Tracey, Dickinson, Fyfe (forward>; iUuckie Higgins, McPherson (followers). Punctually, on time the umpire (Os borne) bounced the ball, which Mackie knocked out to his rover, McPherson, and he posset! it on to Killeen, who promptly sent the ball through the uprights, and scored first goal for Bcort. Even play followed Ultima sent down,' but were unable to score. After ...
FOOTBALL. NORTHERN DISTRICT FOOTBALL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914
FOOTBALL. • NORTHERN DISTRICT FOOTBALL LEAGUE. This association completed its first round of matchc9 on Saturday, and the result leaves Quambatook in the lead with three wins to their credit. Boort follows witn two wins, Meatian has one, and Ultima nil, but this latter team will take Bome beating if they play as they did on Saturday. It was Jtaort'a strong back line which saved them.. Ultima and Boort played a very, cloge game, only a goal separating them when the final bell stopped play, the scores baing—Bo^rt 6 goals 3 b2h» ids ; Ultima 5 goals 3 behinds. Quambatook defeated Meatian by 7.4 to &lt;1.6.
A BETTER DANCER. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914
A BETTER DANCER. iwo wjjd Hielandmen," rocruita of *?, ,V9lIS corps, wore visitiug au fcngliBi church lor tho first time, liioy had not long boexi seated whuu t-uo organist began to play a lively voluntary. Plus was something quito novel in their church oxperienco, tmd tJioy hstoned in open-mouthwl ostow-. ishmenl. Ono of thom wub shortly roused irom his blissful rover)© by a gontio tap npon tho shoulder, Turning round, ho saw a handsome lady, thu owner of tho pow, who smiled graci ously upon him and wishod, of course, to bo allowed to pass to her sat. Ho did not, howovor, tako in tho situa tJon. fca, nn, mom, tak nia mate 1,?ro' ? ^ifipcrcd to hor audibly, uo will bo a bettor'dancer thau tn«l"
WARM WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914
WAim WORK. An amusing story is told by an Indian Medical Sorv;co man, who, writ ing to tho "British Medical Journal," states that tho story was current in hi* suideiit days. A country doctor, returning from a visit in tho small hours of tho morn ing, in tho time of tho "bodv-snateh er.s," had to pass a secluded burial gvouml in wlxicu a deceased patient had bucn interred tho day bot'oro. When ho reached tlio wall ho f>aw a hor.s.j and trap standing unattended on the road outside. Looking cau tiously over tho wall, ho .saw thai two men had just disinterred tho corpse. Staudiug in tho shadow ot ihu wail, ho saw them bring out the body and plaoj it in a sitting position on Iho scat -oi tho trap, so that when they drove a.wiy the body, which they Itad wrapped in a dark cloak, wouiu in tho dan iJght look liko a third man sitting between iho other two. They got over tho wnW again to lill in tho gl'ilVC. Tho doctor lifted tlio body down i'ruin tho trap, laid it under tho wall, and seate...
WEATHER AND CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914
W3ATHEE AND CRIME. Tho weather—that ever-fruitiful to pic of conversation—has now, in addi tion to its oilier shortcomings, to bear tl»o stigma of boing tlio indirect causo of much of tho crime that is commit ted. A French scientist declares that at certain seasons of tho year tho ba rometer might be taken as a criminal register, just as well as a guido to atmospheric changes, because under certain conditions of tho atmosphere mwrJers and suicides are bound to bo more plentiful than under other con ditions. "During the passage of a storm where the temperature is ex cessive," lio says, "the atmosphere being thoroughly saturated with mois ture, a person perspiring very readily finds no relief from evaporation. In consequence ho. naturally feels very lnuoh depressed, and, if his mind is not a strong 0110. is likely to suffer a complete mental breakdown, often fol lowed by tho awful results recorded from time to timo in the newspapers.'' Tho theory is not unreasonable, and a prominent m...
THE FASTEST CRUISER. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 26 June 1914
THE FASTEST CRUISER. The Auroar, a light-armored crui ser recently launched from a Uritish .shipyard, hss boon described as the smallest and fastest vessel protected l»y verucnl armour over built for the navy. This vessel lias a displacement of about 3700 tons, and is about *110 feet long. Power will be supplied by a battery of'oil-burning engines of JiUjOOO h.p., and the maximum speed is estimated at 2(J knots. Tho ar mnment will be light, consisting probably of six or eight tiin guns. It i.&lt;» announced that tliis vessel, whieb is the liist of its class, is designed for attendance on tho battle Hoot, and that in addition to being adapted to scout duty it will bo able to over haul and cut down any destroyer afloat.