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DISTRICT NEWS. EUREKA PROGRESS LEAGUE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 17 July 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. IHUKEKA (i itoM mm own tJonmjHi'oNnr.NT ) I'M XI It IMS I.K.UilJK MliUTINll. A mflutm,; of the. l«i-'i!\viVi h at Mr T. .1 >m''n, Chink »|>o )*{. tn July wlim the following irn'inbon were present: K. Juyct! {»lu.urni.iii), T. J.uaH, 0. Wri«;« . I-'. (Jiilleit. W, Thorn, A. I'l sicwr. J. J. Muring. K, Aii.Iiuvm. K. C4.ner.n1, T. Kya», S IVun-'io/, W, WMJtuuau, J. hum, .1. .\lcC>im«n, H. <J »i J »1, J*. McCrau, . Uo^r.s, |\ MrKny, !<. W«nin::is. I.. M'Kny, J, Paul. K McK:iv, McKay. Senr , and J. Sutherl unl (Secretary). Cnrrospomlrtnctf wis lecftived from th? Railway Department, Land's Department, Stale River Commissioner*, and Swan Kill Council, mul w.is considered satisfac tory. The minutes of the previous meeting w.vi confirmed on (he motion of A Fletcher, and seconded by 3. Pomeroy and carried. On the motion of J. Moring and T. Jones, the correspondence, as read, was received. General ifusincss. Moved by J. McQueen, seconded by Thos. R...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FILLING IN A WORD. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 17 July 1914

FILLING IN A WOltD. I Jn the course of conversation it ; frequently happens that the man who is speaking to you hesitates a mo | rnent for a word. The temptation to supply the mis sing word is great, but it is not one , that should be indulged. In lact, it :s considered a matter of ill-breeding to "help a person out" with his re marks. Although the "word may be perfect ly obvibus, and one that you know that your friend has in his mind, but cannot at the moment get his tongue round, you should restrain the impulse to, say it for him. It is much more complimentary to let him suppose that his remark is not an obvious one. and that the lost word does not occur to you any more than it docs to him. "There's one thing I don't like about Brown." "What is that?" "Why, the confounded, low-browc.l, half-baked idiot is always calling Eomebody names." «

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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A SCHOOL FOR EUREKA. OPENING CEREMONY. MR. WM. O'SHANNASSY'S EFFORTS APPRECIATED. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 17 July 1914

A SCHOOL FOR EUREKA. OPENING CEREMONY. Mu. Wm. O'S HANK ASSY'S EFFORTS APPRECIATED. (From Our Own Correspondent). On the 1st instant, tbe opening of tho now building orocted by the residents of Eureka for school pur poses was celebrated by a pionio during tho day and a dance at night. The day was an idoil one (or a pic nic, and there woro about 200 per sons on tbe ground. Lunchoon w.13 commonood at 1 p.m. anlthpre was a lovely display of all sorts of cakes, tarts, ifcc., and dolioious sandwiches, tho latter being provided by tho local ladies. After lunch, tho usual games were indulged in, and an interesting sports programme was run off. During tho day tins of lollies, and dishes of fruit woro freoly distributed to all. Tea was partaken of at 5 p.m., whan ample justice was done to all tho good things provided. Dancing started at about 6 p.m., and was kept going until a late hour. Music wis sup plied by Mr P. Kolly (violin) and Messrs Loador Skewes, and Jones (accordian), and Messrs J...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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EXCITING FIGHT OFF THE COAST. THRASHERS KILL A WHALE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 17 July 1914

EXCITING FIGHT OFF THE COAST. TH1U8HEH8 KILL A WHALE. An exciting fight between thrashcri Anil a wbnlc wns witneeeed oil Syd ney heads one morning recently. A wild commotion in the ocean, somt six miles to the eastward of the Heads, showed on examination through the glasses that upwards of a dozen thrashers were in deadly combat with a *halc. The whale wob attached from all Fides, and thf mammal in its cflorts to escape lash ed the sen into a mass ol foam. Tn its struggles tbo whale .appeared to twist in all shapes. It made deeper? ale cflorts to get ocaward, but all , to ao avail. The thrashers would leap Into the air and ?ome down on it with tcrrilic force, all the time head I ing -the monster towards ; the cliffs. One thrasher jn particular. was no ticed to sweep down repeatedly on the mammal. This .thrasher' had a {in estimated to be six feet in length, and was marked with white patches on either side. It seemed to head tho charge on the ^halc, which was gradually forced into sh...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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ULTIMA (6-6) BAT BOORT(5-6) ROUGH AND TOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 17 July 1914

I ' ULTIMA (U-(S) BEAT BOOIIT (5-0) (' BOUGH AND TOUGH. Tile »pecml train which ran Irum Boort V , to Ultima was well putrmnised by foot '. bull followers, and na the local enthusiasts ijttlso turned out. in large numbers, tlio • attendance was the largest tiiiu season to witness a game at the Ultima ground. - jx cold and boisterous wind sweeping acvoas-the ground nmde football con ditions dillieuit for players und unpleasant ' lor spec atois. The ball bounced in all incalculable directions, and many at tempts lor goal were biown past the ' 'post* or oul of bounds. Under such conditions neither team wus Been at its best, although Uhiina held the upper •haml up ti J uic lastqtr. when the visitors' had aU the best of the play. There were f-iuieti when bright individual efforts stood out, but it must be remembered it is not goed individual wiirk that makes good football. Jt is the combined . work oi - the whole team, and this was . not. in operation on Saturday. Com blued and systemati...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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What is Supporting the Local Press? [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 17 July 1914

What is Supporting the I Local Press ? j What is supporting the local press:— Is it sending complimentary tickets and handbills (printed in other towns) with a request to attend ami give a roport (for thogood of thccausc)oftbc concert, social, .'■demonstration or religious meeting when " the same hns not been advertised in the local paper? Ah ! no, my dear bretberii, it is not. Is it supporiing tho pre s to , give ono inch "advt" and want a X'2 • report? No, my dearly hcloved brethorn, the povspmng journalist cannot wash his hands in innoecik'y and find bread, <fec., for his family in ksse or ks passk, pay rent, wages, taxes, and other heavy charges, unless he is supporteddeciintlyj unless all minting be kept in the district, or unless ho itceives good advertising support. Notwithstanding a custom very largely followed, I nay don't bo me*n wiib tho press—eneonrago it and support it; don't send work out of tho district. Remem ber the press is what you make it. Press men wi...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 17 July 1914

b^ Ultima Coffee Palace. ADJOINING COMMERCIAL BANK. ' ( <"THE PLACE FOR COMFORT." s Every convenience for every class—permanent boarders, commercial travellers, and farmers. Large Dining, Reading, and Commercial Rooms, , k , ' 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 DREWETT, Proprietor This Way, Sir"! Railway = Hotel, ULTIMA I (Opposite Railway Station). Ample accommodation on best j Jincs. Choice chainnjij»neA' wines | Mo or Cars for Hire. W. J. O'BBIEN, Proprietor. Alp. Van, BUILDER, ULTIMA, HAS for Salo a large quantity of hard j , uud i-.ofUy.ood timber, ualrani*cd' iron, ridniiit* and spouting FOR SALK : at LOWEST RATES. NICHOLAS L. O'CONNOR, LL.M.'j B.A., Barrister, Solicitor, Conveyan ctr. and Prcctor, OETIMA, A Commisfiionor of.tho Supreme Court, of tho Stnto of Victoria for taking Affidavits. ' Expe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 17 July 1914

Chamberlain's KJuvh Tablet® , >- p<m constipation* For a Good Clean Meal Call at W. FADERZENS, CENTRAL COFFEE PAL'ACK, Hargreavos Street, E V O /GO. (Opposite Markets.) Three Courses 6D, Beds is, " As Good as the Best." CONSIGN YOUR FAT LAMBS. SOP, CATTLE & PIGS SPENCER MM AND CO., Sheep, Cattle, & Land Salesmen BENDIGO and BRANCHES. WHO beg to announce to their clionts and the public generally that they have appointed Mr K, J. Beaumont as their agent in Ultima and district. Mr "Beaumont will be pleased to order and secure trucks, arrange trucking and consigning. The firm beg to announce that they are agents again this season for the same leading firm of exporters, and all vendors of sheep and lambs of nico quality can depend upon receiving satisfactory priecs. Our sales in Bendigo are— MONDAYS-iSheep and lambs* TUESDAYS--Fat and Store Cattle THURSDAYS—Pigs, »t our own Bazaar. # saturdays—Dorses, at our own Bazaar. EDGAR beaumont, L( cal Agent, Ultima. ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 17 July 1914

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOW^ V . U» ' Concerning some parts of this cxten* ! give district news comes but seldom. This is not entirely our fault; we have no miraculous power 'of knowing what (3 .happening at all the places within our area of circvlation. J It is the fault of residents in the silent places* v* < Will 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 on.these lines ? Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neighbour* j hood, such as weddings, deaths, accid- j ents, concerts, sports, social gatherings, 1 matters.touchiog 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. \Vrite only on one side of the paper. Give information, but let criticism •alone. Write your name ami address on some cwnt!r~n.(»i.for&a...

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POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 17 July 1914

POSITION OF. CLUBS. CLUB Quambatook Boort Ultima Meatian 6 4 2 0 16 6 3 3 0 12 6 3 3 0 12 6 2 4 0 8

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MEATIAN (6.8) v. QUAMBATOOK (0.9). LOCALS POOR SHOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 17 July 1914

' MEATJAN (6.8) v. QUAMBATOOK I: : (0.9). .. ! locals poor showing. , Quambatook and Meatinn met at [ Ii'albert in the final match of the second H round, and, as matters turned out, the .-locals were never in the hunt. They .put on a paltry nine points to their opponents'44. The ground is, without jj$ doubt, the best playing arena in the north, and there was a goodly number y-; of spectators in attendpnce, A peculiar andnotunderstandablemistakeoccurred, for, after half-an-hour's play, it was ?K' discovered that no timekeeper had been •"■•'J appointed by either side. This was all j in favor of Quamby for they had the 5 assistance of a strong wind, yet they si -'-^nly put on three points. Then ends si, were changed, and the result was jra manifestly different. The train was Pf" late on arrival, and th? game did not . commence until 3.40, with the conse • quence that the last term was played in l-ghi. The Teams. Quam.jato V—Gross (8), M'Gillivray • ' (?), Camithers (2), Mangan, Graham,...

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A HIDEOUS TRAFFIC. WORN-OUT ENGLISH HOUSES CONVERTED INTO FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 17 July 1914

A HIDEOUS TRAFFIC. WORN-OUT • ENGLISH HOUSES CONVERTED INTO FOOD. Qiblii, Writine in the jotr, rfj,0> doscribid dolorosa Df r.'orn out English n!!E? °a tI,10»r ,w»? to Dolgi.n and Dutch slaughterhouses, and lo mado a.fctrons appeal to Englishmen to otop this hideous itrafBo, which is undoubt edly a lark stain on Britain's famo as a. humnno na'jon. Sinco then many other appeals Jiaro been m»d» for mercy far the poor animals, who. after SOUTH or faithful toil, on English high ways and in IhiKhsli'fields, aro sold for a low pounds, shipped off to foreign parts in /air weather or foul, and after hcrnblo sufferings ore killed and converted in So butchor's moat for hu man consumption,. But it is painful to know that in sp.to of Government notion—which followed llio outburst ot popular indignation—loading to more stringoirt inspection of exported ani mals, tho traffic still oontinues on a 'orgo sealo, and that *tiio horrors of it. are scarcoly diminished. Mr. Gibba now contributes tho f...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 17 July 1914

Correspondence. (The KiHtor wislifs it to be ilUiinctly under stood lhai he docs not necoiinrily en dor.scupit»iotn expressed hy coriespondenH under this heading). TO TUB KI>I J <>lt. out,-Ah cciluiii runioiir.; arc in oir« [ ouUtiuii (hut 1 li-uAtod iho UMUiit on my I t*rm *1 TvriMI Downs In «n iintulf nnn. n«r, I with lii allow lliruuqli jrnwr iniMir, Mr I'Mllms tlio f,rt« of llmcmo, ait i trim lli tl you nil) kindly IimimI It In y mi* i*UinU'*inpwlo Hlvo.thft puMlot.Un UcK wMflli him h* followm—I lot my fnrtn to Mr M'ulin M>tlom> nit t.ho o.mdlilom Itmlhotvai tn LuVio on t.ho Ml A\ull, tillt,mid on lUo *m\* »Uy t«» |>ay me Hip *mn of X7H n't ptyntimi of nmi. linlntd iif ihi'i lining rnrrlr I mil hy Mr Malono ln»(Mr Malnno) \Miit on l.'i my farm ami to.iU imncmiott , ■ if It mi tin* 'J1UI1 Mitcolii HM-I. Hoimv linn"! u(tt>nv'iir<h t domtmliU from M»■ Mulono ili<i 111111 of £75 duo t > on mi Ilk l«i April I mi b i'ihiM not K'U I...

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HEALTHY EXERCISE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 17 July 1914

HEALTHY EXERCISE. An oldorly gentleman hud in his lkitor years btcomo so penurious as to dony himself many of tho necca'ities of iifo. A friond, who had sent him somo sacks of coal, called on him ouo day shortly afterwards, and was sorry to soo tho old man sitting firelcss in •tho depth of wintor. "I liopo ilio coals kept you warm?" slio began. "Thoy luwo, indeed I thank you very much for thinking of mo so kindly 1" said ho. "But i am afraid Uioy aro all gone nowP" sho went on. "Oh, no—quite tho contrary! I havo not burned any of thoin. ' "NVhenovcr 1 fool cold, I carry a sack up and down tho stairs. Tho exorcise warms mo beautifully."

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Swan Hill Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 17 July 1914

Swan Hill 6hiro Oounoll. Tin1 ll'Hil HMUlhl.V Hie. lm,l uf thu Mw.ui Mill MMin Cimnolt wit lu>|.| mi Tnnml\\% .My 'Mb. r.Hlhl'H'itMtrsril. I'Vnn Niii«m VvMii-m, K«'*n«\ KiOly and Hmillir, applying f»*r tojjiiirnihiii ut IniiMm;!* .»* pnvaii* ImMtl.tlv llAlMh Cl Ulli'il OlllJiVt til iho uppiovU of tlw I„m lit Mlllinr I'miiu linn, John Utn\, f<laihii{ lint Uml pr.vUUn \<w tho I'liVtlilll 'il a iMMll IhtlHC nt I'lUnu l)i< pi•>%litctt hi tho tiMtl vi'iu't I'nilniAhn. • \WM\vA. FtmuHut!ierUu»l\t^Mou*y (Mm\> liipD ik I'ltiftiTvi lntitinip)i aikmj I'M thu i(riililiiii|{ iif iMiuN in tin' pui-diei of llmelm. namely -,l) Hotween .VI ami .Ml nuil ii'hilIt tu ilia pu'inli Ihiiuulni v. ('.!) Iliihvi'nn H'.t iiml ,'l:l urntliiuii'i'i to IV, llh'M 1'iiHioily Ik>Iwi"im Mil uml 17 to Mm lmiiml)ir,v. (•'!). Ili'lwfti'ii II mid MO wi'RtwiuiU In lioiiiulnry. -1 mi'J In lie placed on tho neheduhi forlomUn in duo M, Toml^r-. ttlr^ily ruHcl. l-'rom J«ek uml D....

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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WOMAN PROPOSES. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 17 July 1914

WOMAN PROPOSES. i Will and Mary had boon busy court i ing for ovor two years, mooting ovory night/ in Hopo Strcofc, Glasgow. About , fortnight, ago, Will, in parting Avith Ilia bcJovcd, inado rtho usual remark:— "I'll meet yo in Hopo-stroofc to morrow nieht. Mind and bo punc tual." '"Doed, ayo, \yill, lad," replied Meg wiiha merry fcwinklo inhoroyo. "Wo hao mot noo a Jang ftimo in IIopo stroot, 'an I was thinking that it ^'ns high timb wo woro shiftin' oor (tryst-' in^-placo a stroof, farther along. what wad vo say to Uniou-strcct?" Will has itaken tho hint and tho in vitations aro out.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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BOOKS BOUND IN GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 17 July 1914

I BOOKS BOUND IN GOLD. One thousand four hundred pounds j is tho value sot upon a magniJieeiit ipeeimon of prucenfc day English book binding about to bo 6ent to America. Tho book it an illuminated manusJ cript; of aomo of Kent's pooms, and lias just boon published afUsr two years work. Tlio poems are writAon and i .uniwitod on velium, and illustrate .villi original wator co.'ois, wh-lo the morocco cover is elaborately gold-look ed, inlaid with over 4400 pieces of col ored lea:he-r, and set with over lOv proeious BLones. . Volumes in modem bindings which 5X-11 lor £i?00 to £500 each arc by i. means uncommon. Not; long ago, Co. instance, a set «f Dickens was pub lished in America, tho prico per vd umo boing £200, caeh book bo.ng bound in vellum and closed in a cask ot of whito silk and Lather. Ano her romarkab.'o work w-r-.s Afr. Hubert's Homo Jiancrolt's famous "Hook oi Wealth," tho edition of which was limited to 400 copies—150 at £oUj ©ach, and tho-remainder .at the rela tively mod...

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HIS PROOF. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 17 July 1914

HIS PROOF. Hairy .Lauder scored , with a neat impromptu a No\v York., theatre. Ho had just, finish^. Mb-second sons» and tho audionco/.was vohoaiou ly dt-v manding moro... Somo. of • his Scotch admirers wot'o calling out; tho uaiuos of tho songs .thoy .wantod .tq .hear. Ono enthusiastic',youiig gentl9man in a prbminont soafc was,', particularly in sistent. "I Jove a lassio; I lovo a Jassio," ho kopfcon shouting. Tho genial comedian looked him over shook Tiis hoad, and remarked graco ly_.««No no, not you ray'son. If you did, you'd W fetched her wi' you.'

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EUREKA AND DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 17 July 1914

EUREKA AND DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION Daytrap again showod their superiority over their opponents on their own ground lust Saturday hy buatinu Mnnan RaUug at Daytrap. Tho day was rather windy for good football. Both teams wero well represented. Manangatang hud nu up-hill fight, and wero not beaten ho badly as the scores would have otio be lieve. Up to tho end of tho third quarter there was not Mich a great deal of dif ference in the scores, but Daytrap was alv/nyd in tho lend, in the Inst quarter the Manangatangboy.s seemed to bo worn out by Daytrap'a Ktrong Attacks. Day trap's team was composed of the following: A. Millslead (capt), C. Mudgo, W. Camp, hell, K. Pcarce, W. Ilonder, Graham, K. Daniels, B. Crosbio, D. Good, I*. Good, Jack Gloeson, A. Fcatherly, W. BuU-hev, .J.Grant, G. Cook, J. Stevens, Hoy D'Alson and W. Taylor. Xlanan gatany'.s team — II. Wiaewould (eapt), L. Norton, W. and S. Thomson, C. Co. gill, \Y. Rice, Walkor, G. and D. Living ston, W. tinned, F. .J. Jones, ...

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A COMPOSITE INTERVIEW. WITH SIXTEEN SERVANT GIRLS [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 17 July 1914

A COMPOSITE INTERVIEW. WITH SIXTEEN SERVANT. GIBLS Ono of llie humorous wcmkly jour nals-with which London abounds, ro contly published a sories of grotosquo drawings dopicting England'* unknowa heroes. Thdro was, tor instance, the man who tendered tht> taxi-cab driver Kis legal faro, and heroes of th« do mestic variety typified by the husband who arguod with his, mother-in-larr. An Australian series might now com :inohce wi.h ;tho reporter who yester day interviewed fcixteen imigranfc do mestic servants at ono arid ,th» earn® time. It was at the DomosUo Help er's Home ac>, Norwood, a building suf Jicient:y pa.afc.al to iuspiro ono irith * degrou of awo on tlie doorstop > and lho '1mtorviowoi'su so 10 speak warft tlie girJs who arrivod at the outer hurbor on tho Monday morning on board the V and U branch s<.©amt»r Borda. Mrs. Moore, the kmdlj ma iron oi' tho Home, greoted the coura geous pressman in the hall, and escort od liim, all unprepared, invo a large room,...

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