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FOOTBALL. NORTHERN DISTRICT FOOTBALL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914
FOOTBALL. " • nokthekn district football league. On Saturday last the matches in the above competition were0 continued, . /when two ^close games were played ' ^ Ultima unexpectedly defeated Quamba took, this being the first defeat of the latter team, iioort and Ueatian played a strenuous game on the ground of the the former. The scores were close all through, but in the final quarter ltoort came with a fine dash, putting on 3 goals to I, and were hailed the winners by 9 points.
BOORT (5.4) v. MEATIAN (3.7). [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914
BOORT (5.4) :_v. MEATIAN (3.7). -Meatian journeyed to Boort on Satur day last for the first time this season. They were fully represented, and, in extending the locals to such an extent as they did, put up a pood perform ance. Osborne, of Bendigo, gave an excellent display of umpiring. The teams were: - Boort—Pickering, Parkinson, Nell thorpc, Cracknell, Killeen, Burrowes, Walker, F. Cameron, Rye, Hindson, McPherson, Tracey, Storey, P. and D. Coughlan, Fyfe, Williamson, and Weaver. Meatian.—E. and R. Booth, P. and H. Alexander, Anderson, Balderson (2), Clarke, Meehan, Vanderfeen, King, Groat, Branche, O'Meara, Ryan, Mclntyre and Hoinvoille. Several of Boort players were on the injured list Mackic has an injured knee, and Son Cameron bad ankle, both being unable to jilay. Jack Weaver injured his ankle in first quarter, and had to retire, and M'Pherson was also suffering from a weak ankle, but he stuck pluckily to his work till the end of the game, and played a great game. The game wa...
MUST BE HYPNOTISED. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914
must be hypnotised. Chftpl.iin, visiting n convict's coll— "Itomombcr, my friend, the old quo- I tation: 'Sialic w«1?h do not ft prison make, nor iron bars a cagoY1 , ;Conrict—"Well, I must bo hypno tised then, that's .all." Natural gas consumed hi tho Unitod Statw»'las-t year was equivalent to 20.000,000 tons of coal. Artesian wolls aro gaiuing in favor in London becauso of tho expenso at tached fco-tho inun'cipal water Borneo. A safety dovico to provont tho nccl dontal 'turning on of gns in a sovo has b?en patented by a Ponnsylvanian. in ventor. . . ' . . Honolulu and Manila will bo linKod by vriiolcsa though COOfi railus apart.
POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914
POSITION OF CLUBS. Club « § g g *| S pJ 3 « ^ CbUlincoHah ... 5 5 0 0 20 Waitchio * ... 5 a 2 0 12 Tytroll Downs ... 5 2 .JJ 0 8 Stratford East ..,5 0 5 0 0 A mooting of Uelogut.s representing tho Northern District Football Lcnjjuo will bo'held at Lnlburton Saturday ( o; moriow), when n good denl of important. husiiiOHK will bo dealt with.
FORCING OR RETARDING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914
FORCING OR RETARDING. ' : James E. ltico, P°«ltrJ»'"» °f | possibilities oi tttousng y\\J> pullets during iho »»»»» ^ I Oi- forced feeding, says Poultry «" | ■",j'jyr:retarding is meant ^ ^ tdbvstf«a« ' Uy iovo.-il fowling ,1,J-mcantl tann ing of a rich, stimulating "«'sl> to 111 duo egg P''0li",cti0",- llt„ ot l,i, work, (!&lt;mcornnm tno lo.suii'S £r 1 i Mr ltici! lias certain findings ,dr:"J" from data which aro submitted he . I. Forced puUcts bL ttiau retarded pitliols. '"a. tw P»Uot3 arc ato less food pur hen at Iras co.,t per lieu than ^'Vor"^ i,«Hets produced nu.ru L,r"s of a larger size, at less coat 1-er dTn fcri&1Sna«l s ogga during early winter than joliirdc ''l^Forccd pullets have botterha^j; ing results 01 eggs than reUided l>uj 'T Forced pullets made » fetter per c-'ntagu of gain in woight thin r7,C&lt;1^SSp.,lIets showed to brco r'r 'iwdd pul'c'ts" .showed better vigour than retarded ([ fA in Koro:d nuUets showed the UW|. moisturo moul...
CHILLINGOLLAH DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. WAITCHIE v. CHILLINGOOLLAH. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914
CHILLINCOLUH DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. YVAITCHIE v. Cilll.LINOOLFjAH. For tho socond titno this aoiiboii the Waitchie footballers wcro dofoatod by Chillingollah, and on this occasion on thero own ground. „ The players wore allowed loo much freedom by thc'umpiru, but novortholess tho gamo urns a very intnresting one from a spectators point of view. Although Chrlingollah arc still nil undefeated club, tho competition is by no ^means a certainty for them, for in both their contests with Waitchio they had litblo.to Npnro in both games. Tho locals forward iuun were not as reliable as those on tho opposing sido, and ib was on this account thut the g.inio was lost by Lhoiu. The final ucores were :— ChilUngoUah 3—3. Waitohio 2—0. Stratford East and Tyrroll Downs mot on tho Chillingollah ground. Although tho Stratford lad* mado strenuous efforts to securo a victory tboy wore unablo to do so, aid tho game ended in favor of Tyrrell by eight points.
WOMAN IN DISGUISE. WHIP FOR MR. ASQUITH. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914
Y/OaIAK in BISGUISli. Willi1 FOK AbyUiTil. D-b^uiood ai inulj aaire a suilragele was arrested in Mie l-»uu»e ui i^cn. inous. fciio bad a nuiug whip con cealed .11 nor sleeve, ana s.ud bmit sho iuean„ >:o give euher Mt. Asquint or Mr .MeKenna a good thrashing. JJres a.'d 111 a pair 01 uarjc blue aoi^ers, and a dark overcoat, and a green Tnlby hat, tbj woman entered tuo apprauen to Si. Stephen's liuli with u ma.'c* companion. incy were asked their business by the policeman on duty &lt;0, they appiuaehed the swing doors, and in reply they replied "we want *.o see a member.' In aecodrance with custom they were abowed to pass, and they crossed the | ilnll, and sat down oil tho right hanu side belund the ltu.ssoll statue. The al/lention of the police was ijuiekly attracted however, and wiicu a question was put to tho woman tile veiy 1cm inine voice in which she answered was sufiicieut; sho had disclosed her sex. .The police nt oueo escorted lier Irotn tho premises to Canon ltow...
Plain & Fancy Dress Ball [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914
Plain & Fancy Dress Ball A plain and fancy dross ball, under the aunpiccs ot tho Ultima Tennis Club whs held in tho Mechanics' Hall on Tuos day evoning, and proved an unqualified, financial and social success, for although thci'o was not an many dancers as on provious occasions tho hull was comfort ably filled with over fifty couples. Many wore tho doicriptivo and original characters dopicted, and somo beautiful, picturesque, and^idmirably sustained im* personations graced tho iluor apace which had beon proparod specially for tho o&lt;v casaion, and reflected groat credit upon tho oxocutivo of tho club of which Mr R. A. Schooling is Iho president and Mr Bart Cuttlo the hon. secretary. Two very nico 6cU were arrangod, ono an Acadomic set comprising Misa«a E. Glover, Ethel Drowott, A. Hawkes, Mrs G. J. Brunncn, Dr. Jas. Rowan, Messrs J. Guy, G. J. liiunnen and T. Lowis was most attrac tive, they boing costutucd and robed in full Acadcmic robes and trenchorp, the othor ...
A PERTINENT QUERY. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914
A PERTINENT QUERY. There had • boon a missionary sor nion, ami collcotion at u certain ohurch and a little girl who accompanied her tfatjor tD'tho s?rvio B3omod i:©rploxod and mocjitativo. AVhon sho reacliod homo &ho asked her mother whether tho nutives ot Africa, of whom thoy had hoard, woro any clothes. i ' "No," roplied the •mothov.. "they don't." "Then," rotor-ted tho observant ; young lady, "what was the u«o of tlio | button that. father gavo to tho col- J ; lection?" j
Water Commission's Vagaries. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914
Water Commission's Vagaries. In a letter published in Monday's issue, of the " Ago," it was stated that two Yarruby settlers, Messrs P. Curran mid J. \Y. lJavton, after paying rates to tht Water Commission for thirteen yearn past bad not rsceivod a drop of water. Mr Uattanac'n (Commissioner) roplied that the two had boon treated in oxactly the name way u.s other settlors. The commission bad made a practice in nil its water works districts of placing ovory holding thut was within n mile of tho water channel in its first rating division, and this practice was observed in the particular cases. Tho commission's con dition was that thoro should bo a r ason ablo amount of effort on tho part of settlers themselves to securo a sufficient supply of wutor by constructing branch chunne s, and if the practice wero other wise, it would mean that thorc would bo u corresponding incroaso in the amount of rates to make up for tho increased ex penditure in forming tho various con nections that would ...
The Ultima Star & Chlilinoollah Express Friday, July 10 Drift Sand Nuisance. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914
"Cbe Gltima Star Si ChHlinoolUh express Friday, July 10 Drift Sand Nuisance. At tho 12th annual farmers' convention which conoludcd its deliberations at | Maryborough on Friday, tho ririffc sand nuisance was' discussed, nnd the fol lowing resolution adopted :—"That the Water Supply department bo uu;ed to enforce, any rate in tho malice, the reflation in tho Wnfror Act which com pels owners of property through which channels run to leave u atrip of land ad jacent to tho said channels uncultivated nnd uncloared." Malloo nnd northern delegates also entoied warmly into a debute as to tho best means of disposing of tho drift wind ditticu ty, which leads to main roads in curtain districts being submerged by sand driven by the wind from adjoining fields in fallow. One section asked for legislation compelling the maintenance of an unploughcd strip along threatened roads, while others insisted that the only truo remedy lay in a proper system of tree planting. Seeming ly the latter contention...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914
Ultima Stock Sale NEXT SALE Tuesday, July 14. Thos. Monow and Go. HAVE much pleasure in announciug to tbe public that they havo now lecided to hold Fortnightly Sales, and .hat Mr R. P. Purcell, Auctioneer, will >6 stationed at Ultima, and wil conduct ales throughout tho district. Tho firm lopos by strict attention to business, to - noril ihe patronago of tho publio gono rally. OFFICE—BROOKS' HOTEL. Ultima Stock Sale. Thomas morrow ami co. wii offer at their Yards — TUESDAY. JULY 14 Further entries invited. ' THOS. MORROW & CO., Auctioneers. Ultima. LALBERT Saturday, July 11, 'W THOS. MORROW & CO DESIKE to announce that at tho re quest of numerous clie rttand re sidents of tho district they have decided Secular pales of stock tlis next o! such sales to bo held Oil above date ut iho hotel yards, when tlii-v will oifer— Sheep Cattle Horses Entrits invited, to be aoDt to our local representative^— yAN DERFEEN _ Lalbert, Or the auctioneer*, THOS, MOIUIOW and CO , Tn-'l...
EUREKA AND DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. EUREKA v. DAYTRAP. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914
EUREKA ANO DISTRICT FOOIBALL ASSOCIATION EUREKA, v. DAXTRAP. Tli.o second round of tlio Euroka and District Competition was commenced at i Cliinkupook on Saturday by a very | friendly gnmo between Daytrap and Eureka, which resulted in u win fur Eurolca ; tho scores being, Eureka, 2 goa b 4 bohinda, Daytrap, 1 goal 2 bohinds. Daytrap woro represented by the follow ins;:—A. Milstoad (cupk.), C. Mudge, \Y. and A. Campbell, Scott, E. Poarco, Hender, Graham, E. Daniels, B. Crosbio, D. Good, Jira Gleeson, A. Feathorly, W. Butcher, J. Grant, G. Oook, J. Stevens anl|H. Wright. EuroVa wcro chosen from tho following F. Lomsn (capt.)» It. Woontou, J. Hatt, G. Fit/.gerald, J. Amost W. Nolson, H. Neil, Jack Gleeson, F. Naughton, T. G!er.so», C. Golding, M. O'Brion, J. Wcbbo, IL Hack, W. M. McKinnn. K. Uodgcm, A. Webster and W« Humo. The gamo wuh strenuously contested vigh throughout, waa vory fast and al though a littlo ruugh at times tho central umpiro always held control. At tho start Eureka r...
QUAMBATOOK'S FIRST DEFEAT. ULTIMA'S FINE GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914
QUAMBATOOK'S FIRST DEFEAT. ULTIMA'S FINE GAME. The Quambatook 18 suffered their first reverse for the season on Saturday ^ afternoon, when the Ultima team came down, full of confidence, which was not misplaced. Tjie Teams. Ultima —Harrison (capt), Buckley (2), Charles, Hoiles, Vereren. Minster (2), M'Connell (2), McMahon, Drewett, Wisewould, Hayes, Fagan, Groat, Pureell, and Bell. Quambatook—Gross (4), Carruthers (2), C.. Macgiltivray, Baylis, Houstcn, bherlock, Money, J. King, Williamson, Ciinieron, Smith, Eales, Mick Coughlan, THE rL/.Y. 'Tv/ao 3.40 before the ball was bcvccc, the reflection again being on t*j' bcc! plaven. There was a cross and whatever advantage there wn* initwan taken by Ultima's skipper, wH> von the toss. They forced the pluy from the jmrp, and frees were luiily numerous on both sides. Barry marked and sent in to Bayiis, who kieked acroJ3 goal. Roy Carruthers writed patiently outside a scrum and was rewarded. When;the leather was forced out he snatched it, ...
AVIATORS' ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914
&lt; AVIATORS' ESCAPE. Waterplane No. 11, from tho Isle of ' Grain, bound for Felixtowe, when At a height of about 500ft., ftitta slipped, and foil into the son, two "ides from shorn Tho machiuc on striking the water turned over. Tho occupants wero strapped to their seats, and ex-" i porioneod great difficulty in releasing. | .thcniselvoA frora their duiiKorons posi j tion. Thsy succoodcd eventually, and 1 I manngod to tcramblo on to tho wrook | age, from which a bargo which hftP" ! pen?d to ho closo by -took them off. 1 A motor Hfoboat despatched from Clacton, aud took iho aviators from tho barge. • Tho waterplane, which : was greatly damaged, was towed by , •tho lioboat to tho beach, and haulod ash or©. •
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 July 1914
OF RtfftAL INTEREST . (By "ivusticus.") T.iero is more than u mere local or dis.ric:, mtoiest in tho survey of tho , operations of tho Gippuland and Nor thern Co-operative feeling Company lor'tno past year, which was presented at tho annual mooting of shareholders. It lias a bearing upon rural develop ment all Jvinds.and in all locaiitic6. Tho Chairman pointed out that tho not profit for tho year was ehown as £0991, thy sum avaiV-ablo boing £7179. Ho Htuud that ti:o year had been only a fair 0110 for dairymen. Tho produc tion ilunng tho spring months was good, Init January, February and March of this year were very dry months, which brought about a rapid decline in production for tho latter half of tho export season—tho result being that although the totn-1 produc tion of butter cxceedul tho previous j y:;u's it could not b.i called nunc than i fair year. Pikes on the who'e uei'o well up to average. In tho lirst half of the season st-he London market was good, but owing to large acc...