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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914

ULTIMA HOTEL. MarK Brooks, Proprietor. GOOD MEALS and BEDS. STABLING. > MARK BROOKS, 0i .Commission, Land and Finance Agent. \ AGENT FOR— ~ ' , | Crown Separator and Oil .EngincR. Norwick Fire Insurance, Dalgotty's Livo Stockilnaiminco Co.^.1 £&Q to £50,000 to lend on land, . , , GOFFEY .A-INX). FAM0US ^^^JIVIOTOR 1 VEHICLES £_J§lf . <m . VALUE UNEQUALiI.E:D 187 QUEEN STREET, MELBOURNE. Works : South Richmond. THE BEST THAT MONEY CAN BUY. "DIGGER BRAND" TOMATO SAUCE. CANNED FRUITS. JAMS. INSIST ON HAVING "DIGGER BRAND." Chillingollah. Visitors to the rising town of Chiilingollah, commercial travellers, land seekers, shootists, and the general public are reminded that the RAILWAY HOTEL j Is now replete with every modern comfort and convenience A commercial room has been added Letters and telegrams promptly attended to. Horses and vehicles for hire. Visitors driven to any part of the district. P. W. BARNES, Proprietor. Location : Just across the street from the r...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WORLD-WIDE NOTES. MORMON SILVER PLATE FOR AMERICAN BATTLESHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914

WORLD-WIDE NOTES. MORMON SILVER PLATE FOB AMERICAN BATTLE8H1PS. The American Dreadnought Utah flow possesses a complete set of sil ver ware, given by the Mormons and their enemies. Recently, 129 pleccs, subscribed tor by Utah schoolchil dren, were presented to tho battle ship, and upon the largest pleco was. a bas-relief of Brigbam Young, tho polygamist, Tho Admiralty was approachcd in effort to secure the relusal of tin Mormon presentation, but dcclincd lo interfere. To offset the Mormon gift a delegation from the Natl nat Anti-Mormon Committee steamed alongside the Utah forty-eiglit ho irn later, and asked acceptance of a beautiful new silver tray, to be "scd "in place of the awful Brijhvn Young souvenir." Ths anti-Mor mons reported that the officers of the ship proniicd nlways to la'so their punch glasses from tho "an'.i" tray, but Senator Smoot, heal of the Mormon subscribers, declares with equal vchimcnce that the oflicerspio*. mised him just the reverse. If you watch a tickct-...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CANADA'S LANGUAGE [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914

- CANADA'S L;..Ja(JAGE PROS LtM. r Two million of the 7,000,000 people in Canada tureuk ui,iy the French lan guage. "The 6,000,0U0 wbo speak Eng lish are in o preponderating majority in numbers, but as lar li-; the domin ion of Canada 1b concerned the two InnguagcB aro od an exactly equal oasis. The toleration of any langu :u;i* other than English is so toreign to the spirit of the institutions of the United States that Americans aro almost unable to appreciate the troubles their northern neighbours bave with their blliiigual system. It is true that there ore more per-: sons In the United States who speak no: Englishman there arc in all Can ada, but tlicy are nearly all recent immigrants. The one portion o£ the United States in which a foreign lnn;iiag'c persists is in Louisiana and the southern part ol Alabama and Miss issippi, where the French language still, is iargcly used. But the.se southerners nowadays also speak English, (or in every local community the English-speaking peop...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROPOSAL OF MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914

PROPOSAL OP MARRIAGE. • "Sir, I wish to make your daugh ter my wifo." Tho old man hesitated. "Hadn't you better see her mother first ?" hf asked gently, after thinking a mo mcnt. "I've seen her mother and it doei not make any difference—I'm willing to take tho chances !" exclaimed thi youth, with all the ardour of bones! love. 1219. Counsel (to witness) : "Aro you closely acquainted with the i*rlson«r. wy man ?" Witness*. ''Certainly; wo once on* time worked together in a counting house." "And when was that ?" ''About three o'clock one morning last winter, when none o( the othei mcrchant'8 employes were present." Counsel asked do further questions

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOVEL ANTI-DRINK REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914

NOVEL ANTI-DRINK REMEDY. Sir James Sawyer, the eminent [ physician, proposes a very simple preparation to allay the drink crav ing of dipsomaniacs. He says Take of black pepper, in fine powder, lOoz. ; rectified spirit q sufficiency, f'nek the pepper tightly in a perco lator, and pour over it carefully half a pint of spirit. At the expiration of two hours add more spirit, nn-.l let it percolate slowly until one pint of the tincturc has been collected. Dose 5-20 mm. Besides the use in drink craving, he suggests that this tincturc, may find frequent and Mi cious employment when stomachic, carminative, stimulant, and diges tive eflccts are desired. An Irish cabdriver went up to the ticket-window of the railway 6tation anil asked when tho next train camo in. He- was told, and be said thank you and went away. In about live 'minutes he appeared back with the same question. "I told you not more than five minutes ago," said the ticket-office clerk. "I know it," he answered, cheer fully, "Bu...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROUGH ON THE M. D. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914

ROUGH ON THE M. D. Some time ago an eminent London physician requested an equally emin ent surgeon to accompany Uim to se« a distinguished but slippery patient, which he readily acceded to. The patient was exceedingly polit< " to both the medical men, shaking hands with them and bowing there out of the room in the most affable manner. Soon after this professional visit the same physician callcd again on the surgeon, requesting" him to ac jompany him to see another patient On their way thither the surgeon observed, "I hope tbis patient will behave more liberally than the last did." "Why ?" said the M.D. "Did hi not give you a fee." "Not a shilling." "Indeed !" said the eminent sur geon, with a toss of the head. "Why. he borrowed a couple of guineas froo mo to tive to you !"

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONCERNING RINGS. EGYPT: GREEKCE: ROME: THE MIDDLE AGES. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914

CONCERNING RINGS. * EGYPT: GREEK® : ROMETHB MIDDLE AGES. In tbc tombs of ancient. Egypt the earliest rings known to history are found. The finest ana* most costly arc of pure gold and of simple de sign, but very massive, while tbo name of the owner in deeply set cn an oblong gold bezel. The lower classes bad rings of silver, glass, bronze, or even clay, with a glazed surface, the inscriptions on the latter being very otten impressed while tho clay was still moist. Other rjngs have been found made of ivory, car nelian, and-amber. Under tbc latter dynasties a scarab was used in placo of the bezel, which was so mounted as to allow it to revolve. Signet rings were greatly in favour among the Greek?, and were, set an a rule with engraved perns. In Sparta a curioUfi law wan passed which forbade the use of any metal other than iron in their composition but this law applied to Sparta only. There in now in the Hritish Museum an Ktrurian ring which is formed of two minutely modelled lions who...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOT THE HUNTER BUT THE HUNTED. TWO EXPERIENCES IN THE NATAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914

NOT THE HUNTER BUT THE HUNTED. TWO EXPERIENCES IN THE NATAL. X was not always tbe hunter in Natal. On two occasions I was bunt ed, and once in a manner such as I jxpcct few have experienced. In both :ascs the occurrence took place on the Biggarsberg. In ono I was re turning from tbe Transvaal, and &bout sundown had arrived near tho end of the Biggarsberg above Holp makaar. At the edge of tho Berg, & tew hundred jards from the road, is a long line of broken rocks, and as I rode along I saw a number of mov ing objects on these rocks, which I soon pcrceived to bo big baboons. With the high spirits of youth I yelled and halloahed at them, and challenged them to a race. As though, they understood mo they all set up a shriek, bounded off the roc^s and nctually came after me in a body. This was more than I had bargained* for, as I had never heard of baboons hunting men in this fas* hion. There must have been nearly 200 of them, and I was for once to* tally unarmed, and they...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUTH AMERICA. BC [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914

SOUTH AMERICA.' begins in* Sep', Decer yo'wed by summer, 'which* extends to iifarch ; autumn l&sts till; the end of May,- and winter the rest' of the year. Tho winters are cold] and the summers are hot. In South-' ern Zatagonia the climate is cold and Inclement all the year round. Some* of the best parts of Argentina havo a deficient rainfall. The four divi-i sions are Patagonia, the Andine re-* gion, the Gran Chaco, and the Pam pa, the central region is rich land and fine pasture, where magnificieat rcd-and-white cattle stand knee-deeri in fresh pasture. Argentina at first attracted Iush attention than thd other States because of the absence of silver and gold. Its true wealth! in agricultural produce now standi* revealed to all the world. The early* Spanish colonists were only allowed* to trade with the mother-country.; Now the tables are turned ; the Ar gentines are essentially teachable, and welcome foreigners, and senct many of their children abroad to bo educated. Rio ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914

.SOROSKS H AIH TONIC. This preparation is UNSURPASSED as a HAIR rOOL)& DANDRUFF preventa tive. A little sprinkled on the head niglu .ind morning and gently massaged into the ■icalp, renders HALDNKSS impossible. SOKOSHS HAIR TONIC will abso lutely grow ]jnjr> and prevent it from falling out. It imparts a beautiful glossy sheen, and brings out all the natural brightness of the hair. Price 3s yd per bottle. Ob tainable at W. Wylie's, Uoort.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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What is Supporting the Local Press? [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914

What is Supporting the I Local Press ? I What is• supporting the local press:— Is it sending complimentary tickets and handbills (printed in other towns) with a request to attond and give n report (for thegood of thccausc)ofthcconccrt, social, demonstration or religious meeting when tlie same hat* not bot-n advertised in the local paper? All! no, my dear brethcrn, it is not. Is it supporting the pre s to . give one inch "advt" and want a £2 • report? No, my dearly boloved brethern, tho perspiring journa ist cannot wash his hands in innoeeiuy and lind bread, &e., for his family IN E»st:or km J'aksk, pay rent, wages, taxes, and other heavy charges, unless he is supported decently, unless all printing bo kept in the district, or unlesjj ho i-i ceives good adveitising support. Notwithstanding a custom very largely followed, I say don't bo mo'un with tho press—cncourago it and support it; don't scud work out of tho district. Remem bor the press is what you make it. Press men will...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914

Ultima Coffee Palace. ADJOINING COMMtnoXAti BANK. 'THE PLACE FOR COMFORT." -Every convenience for every class—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 baths. Motor car for hire Best Stabling. Provision for extra demand on accommodation just com pleted. , . ' ' / ■■■? JOSEPH L EWETT, Proprietor This Way, Sir"! * . ..... Railway = Hotel, ULTIMA (Opposite Railway Station). Ample accommodation on best Jines. Choice"chjim'mgnowines Mo or Curs for Hire. W. J. O'BRIEN, Proprietor Alf. Van, BUILDER, ULTIMA, HAS for Sale ft b',rgc rjuantity of-hard and softwood limbrr, calvanfrcd iron, rirl^injj and spouting FOR SALIO at LOWEST HATES. NICHOLAS L. O'CONNOR, LLi B.A., Barrister, Solicitor, Conveyan cir. and Frcctor. " -ULTIMA, A - Commissioner of tho Supremo Court *of tho Stato of Victoria for taking . Affidavits.. ' -• 1 Expert at-Income* Tax ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914

Chamberlain's l™Mu»?n TableU i " »qr oonbtipatiom* ;

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KUUV/'i. Hi' A* Concerning some parts of tbis exten- 1 sive district news comcs but seldom. This is not entirely our fault; we have, so miraculous power of -knowing what is happening at all tho places within our area of circilation; It is the fault of' residents in the silent places. i. Win some man or • woman' take the matter in hand and cause the silence to cease. ' If no one else is doing it for your district will YOU try oh 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 atfout 'gnunmar or spell ing ; it's the editor's vyorlc to look after those trifles. The barest skeleton is enough". Write only on oiu- side of the paper. Give infonmuiof^ let criticism . alono. ** ' . (••ii u Write V ii.M-.u- 'inuViiMirs^'on some comer- or .pu...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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DURHAM OX RAILWAY STANDING COMMITTEE'S REPORT. PROPOSAL NOT FAVORED. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914

DURHAM OX RAILWAY * STANDING COMMITTEE'S REPORT. PROPOSAL NOT FAVORED. In a report tabled in the Legislative Assembly last week the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Railways ex pressed the opinion that it was inex pedient to connect the districts of Durham Ox and Serpentine, in the Loddon Valley, with the existing rail way system by means of a railway. The Serpentine and Durham Ox dis tricts contained about 200,000 acres of good agricultural land. Both Ingle wood and Bridgewater were suggested as the starting point of the proposed railway. The Inglewood route would be 331 miles in length, and the estima ted cost was £123,805. The Bridge water would be 34 miles in length, and the estimated cost was £130,0158. Both estimates were exclusive of the cost of land and rolling-stock. For an unfenced railway, with earth instead of stone or gravel for ballast, and using secondhand rails, the chief engineer for railway construction (Mr M. E. Kernot) es timated in 1909 that a lino, taking th...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914

I GENERAL NEWS. The'Postal Department' has de cided to erect a telephone line be tween Swan Hill and Uitiina with out a guarantee from the residents, the work to be proceeded with as early as possible. This line will link up Sea .Lalce and Swan ilill via Tyrrell Downs and Waitchie. In his opening remarks at the Farmers' Convention the president, Mr Duncan McLennan, made re ference to the practice which was observed amongst farmers and gra ziers of sending their ewes and ewe lambs fcr slaughter, and pointed out that nothing but calamity could result from the continuance of such a policy.' He hoped that those concerned would see the wisdom of abandoning llic shortsighted practices referred to, and thus ren der unnecessary legislative action which might work disadvantage ous^ in other directions. Dealing with the rumor that a huge Ameri can meat trust had obtained, or was about to obtain, a footing in Aus tralia, the president indicated that the true remedy for any organised exploitati...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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SATISFIED HIS HUNGER [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914

SATISFIED 11IS HUNGER Aro.Tvo.ito hold ra^timo rovuon ntul ot'hor'.forms of -hustling euterkiiiuiiunt rosponsihlo for tho"following tragedy? A. .music .linll arliato wlio used to .tour tho pvovinco with a ilock of pcr .forming '-ducks . found .umnngors no longer .willing to hook his,seduto show . Aftor ho had hcou resting for.soniq Viimo 'Jio rocoivod a telegram asking him ifco,opon 01 tin following [.Monday at a varioty thcatro in tho North of iitoglund. ' lu ropJy ho wired—"llo grct, cannot conio,. Havo oaton tho ducks."

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANGORAS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914

ANGORAS. The brush eating instinct of tho angora goat is being successfully de monstrated on the Lassen National (orcst of California, whore tboy aro cutting trails for fire guards through the bushy areas on the slopes of tho mountains. The animals which num ber 3000 have been divided into two bands and under the care of tho ncrders are grazed within, certain •veil defined areas so that their work aiay be conccntrated on the brush within' those limits. The result is that they havo practically killed nearly all the brush in the course 3ithcr bj eating it up entirely or by harking as in the case of the heavy oinnzanita bushes. At the beginning ot the experiment there was some doubt as to the goats willingness to cat the manzanlta, but it has been found that where there is little else, they will just as readily attack it as any otbes bushes. The grazing sea son was so lato this year on the Lassen forest that the goats did not { begin operations until about the mid* i die of June, and s...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914

; NEWS SUMMARY. - A Hon* JJalleo railway Jino, Rainbow | to Yuapcut, was opened on Friday by I tho- Minister fur Hailways (Mr, . Mac ' kinnon). A toir.bio firo has occurred in So lom, U.b.A. In a trnek 2J miles long and halt- a milo wide it swopt ou: of existence £4,01)0,000 worth of pro perty, Noiva lnm reached Wellington thai ho \Vjs;nar, tho fiist steamer belong »H4 to mo Gorman-Australian line, Jeft Hambiug on Thursday lor New Zea land via Amsterdam. Her first port of fall in New Zealand is Tho 131uff, S.ubu'niu n J.v .sho will call at Lyttel ton, Wellington and Auckland. Horace Cramniond, Wellington man ager of Cook and Son, has boon charged with the embezzlement, of. £1435. Cramniond, who was brought back from Sydney, was remanded ou bail of £500, and two sureties of £2-30 each, tiii July. Tim a.i:0.uu receivod by tho Bendigo O ty Council in rates for -tho fortnight ended Juno 10 was £19,433, or an m Cio.iso of £3591) on tho amount rocoived during tio corresponding period of l...

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Church Services. Services will be held on Sunday next as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914

Church Services. Services will bo hold on Sunday noxt an follows Cnuncii of CnnisT—U1 iun, 11 a.m. UHimn Ha I.—Mr Mudgc. Puksuytkuian CnuRuu—Chi lin^olluh, lln.m.; Stratford E, 2 p.m. ; Wowin, 4 p.m.; Ultimu, 7.UQ p.m.—Mr J: Ro. bt-i-tson Mktuodi^t Cnuncii.—Ultium, H p.m., Mr Thomas; Mcatiun E., U p.m., Mr Nnldor; |l\ilinbot, 3 p.m., Mr Alunday ; Wnitohio South, 7 p.m, Mr Jilbcrt; Waitcliio Con., 11 ft.tn.i Mr Munday.

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