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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. The Australian, Mercantile,' Land and Finance Co., Ltd., report:— Sheepskins—Good competition pre vailed throughout the auction sales this, week, the market for all descriptions being very firm at late rates. Hides—Small 'catalogues at this week's'sales, kips una light-weights being 1-8 per lb in sellers' favor; all other weights were unchanged. Tallow—Competition throughout was keen and no change was noticeable.
NUMBER ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
NUMBER OKB. The little sharp-faced man ran and overtook the ricar—a cleric with the reputation of befog * generous sports man. "'I wanted to'speak to you about tbe village football team," lie said. "They're a fine lot ol chaps. They 've won the league, besides two cups." "Well ?" said the vicar. "They're in low water. They owe three pounds for rent, and the land lord won't allow tbem to use tb« field again till it's paid." ""Oh, ia that so ?" said the pood naturcd vicar. "Well, here's' tbo money. By the way, 1 suppose you are an official of the club." "No," said the sharj>-faccd man, pocketing the cash, and turning away, "I'm tbe landlord !"
NOTHING WRONG WITH IT. A tradesman who did some work for a customer a few days ago rendered the following account:— [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
NOTHING WRONG WITH IT. A tradesman who (lid sonic work for a customer n few days ago xfu el crod the following account*'. 2 iron pegs 1 wooden, do. °H The customer sent 2/3 to settle the bill, pointing out that a mistake had! been made in the account. One-and-six was. returned by the tradesman's boy, with word that if thc customer read the bill he would, find it all right. He rend the l.ih two or three times, and then called on the man to point out that there uiust he «n error. The tradesman took the bill, and. with the air of one whose chief troubles in life rose from the stupidity of others, read. the account "Two iron pegs, one-nnd-six ; one wouldn't do—an' it was sent back— a'nepence ; leaves ninepcnce. What's wrong with that ?"
EUREKA AND DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION DAYTRAP v. EUREKA. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
I EUREKA AMD DISTRICT FOOrBALL I ASSOCIATION DAYTR.A I' v. EUREKA. A gamo between D«*ytrap mid Eureka football team was stronuosly oontostod on Daytrap ground last Saturday and reaultodia a win fur Eureka by'1 go tl, tho scoros being— Eureka ... 3 goals 5 bhda. Day trap ... J2 goals 5 bhds.) Eureka wcro well represented by Le mon Naujjhton, Hatt, Ingram, Nelson, Wooniow, Gleeson aid Mooring and Amos, bub every tmn played well for Eureka. Daytrap were bast ropreaontod by Pearce, Cook, Grant, Campbell Mill stead, Mudgo and Homier. Central mnpiro O'Brion gavo every satisfaction during tlio pr »gcfl8s of a vory hard fought game.
FILLING IN A WORD. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
FILLING IN A WORD. In the course of conversation it frequently happens that the man who is speaking to you hesitates a mo ment for a word. The temptation to supply the mis sing word is great, but it is not one tliat should be indulged. In fact, it :s considered a matter of ill-breeding to "help a person out" with his re marks. 1 Although the word may bo perfect ly obvftjue, and one that you know that your friend hns in his mind, but cannot at the moment get his Longufr round, you should restrain the impulse to say it for him. It is much more complimentary to let him -suppose tkat hip remark is not an obvious one, and that the lost word does not occur to you any more than it does to him. "There's one thing 1 dr.u't like about Drown." "What is that?" "Why, ttic confounded, low-brov/eJ, half-baked idiot is alwayu calling somebody names." , ,\
[?]ima Bachelors Ball. A BRILLIANT SPECTACLE [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
Jicima Bachelors iiuii.l A BRILLIANT 'SPECTACLE rttMf boon saiJ, whothor rightly or not I'll no: Hity, that moro m m, ospeci a'ly ho who h w undorgono a courjo of in itrimonial trainiiiLj, has nut an oye for those small dctai's which totid to omboiish a work undortakon by him, bub I for ono mn sat shed that in^re his boon most grievously slai.dored and have little doubt but that. that opinion mu9t have baon shirod by oven those (if any exist) of tho opposite sex 'who miy havo h'-jl 1 thai viow boforo Tuesday night tho 2lst instanl, when tho bachelors of Ultima opened tho local Mechanics' hall to tho call to tho floor on tho occision of their annual tall. The scono was ' most pic turonque and unique, and ono commind ing tho apontaneom admiration of both sox and tho remark " Who would have thought it. *v The halt was draped most nrtisticiilly with' rr*d, white and blue streamers froin co'itro of coiling to tho ends and Aides of tho hall ro an bo fnr.n a bower; with a boautiful rjd, wh...
EXCITING FIGHT OFF THE COAST. THRASHERS KILL A WHALE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
. EXCITING FIGHT OFF THE, 1 COAST. - ■ THRASHBR8 KILL A WHALE. Ad exciting fight between thrasheri** and a whale was witnessed ofl Syd ney heads one morning recently. A wild commotion In Xhe ocean, som« -6ii miles to ..tho eastward ol the - Heads, showed on examination through tbe glasses that upwards ol a dozen thrashers were in deadly combat with a *balc. Tbo whota **as attacked from al! nidee, and the mammal in its efforts to cscapo lash ed the sea into a roasH of foam. In Its struggles tho whale appeared to twist iu nil shapes. ]t made despct* ate efforts to Ret seaward, but all to qo avail. The tbrasbcrs would lcal> Into the air and come down on it with terrific forcc, all the time head ing the monster towards the cliffs*. One thrasher in particular no ticed \r. 'I'j'A . ov ihe :/:•;? IV&lt;; a 4 UireBthnatcd to bc.ca Icet in lengthy and was marked with white patches on citlifr side. It peemcd to head tho charge on the whale, which waa gradually forced into shallow w...
CORRESPONDENCE. WHITEHOUSE FUND. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
, CORRESPONDENCE. WHITEHOUSE FUND. -. TO T1IK 15DIT0K. . Siw^On behalf of the Ladios' Guild, llQjwWass Band, and Hoort Football. CRao L will be glad of the opportunity through your columns of thanking the residents of Hoort and district for their generous support on.the 22nd hist., on the occasion of the benefit match in aid of the widow and children of the late Mi Whitchouse, of Korung. I am pleased to state that the total amount raised was L2i l(Js 9d, made up as fol lows — Ladies' Guild Afternoon Tea Stall'* ... * ... £5 18 0 Mrs H. G Wmgikkl .. 0 *2 0 Mrs Boyle ... ... 0 5 0 ;WeJI Wisher • ... 050 Mr H. A. Wilcox, Melbourne 5 0. 0 Gate Money Football Match... 10 G 9 > £21 1G 9 Expenses ... ...090 Total ... ....£21 7 9 I also have to thank Mr Lewis E. Weaver for generously placing his horses, lorries, and men at the dis posal of the secretary ; Mrs Mead for loan of crockery ;'ilr J. Smith for at tending to the coppers ; the various ladies who provided the provisions, the offic...
What is Supporting the Local Press? [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
What is Supporting the Local Press ? . • What is supporting the local press:— Is it sending complimentary tickets and h«»dbilJ# (primed in other towns) with a request to attend and give ft roport (f*»r tho good of thocausc)otthoconeort, social, demonstration or religious meeting when • the same has not been advertised in the' local paper? All ! no, my dear brethcro, it is not. Is it supporting tho pre a to &lt; give one inch " wlvt" and want a £2 . • report? No, my dearly beloved bretbern, the pflvapiring journalist cannot wash hit* • hands in iniiocem'y ivnd find bread, Ac., for his fainil- IN kssb or kn t'Assu, pay rent, wages, taxes, and' other heavy charges, unless he is supportcddeeently, unless «)1 . minting be kept in the district, or unlcs* ho rjceives good ndveilising support.' Notwithstanding a cusmm very largely • followed, I Hay don't bo mc.»u \vi h the i . press—encourage itar:d support it; don't send work out of the district, Kemem bcr the press is'what you wak...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
^Ultima -Goffee Palace. 4%V. t ADJOINING COMMERCIAL BANK. V* '^JHE 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 DREWETT, Proprietor This Way, Sir"! Railway = Hotel, ULTIMA (Opposite Railway Station). Ample accommodation on best Jines. Choice clminnugno k wines Mo or Ciws for Hire. W. J. Q'BRIBM", Proprietor. Alf. Van, BUILDER, ULTIMA, HAS for Sale a large (juuntUy of hard and hoftwooit limber, galvanised iron, ridding and spouting FOR SALE at LOWEST KATES. NICHOLAS L. O'CONNOR, LL.M. B.A., Barrister, Solicitor, Conveyan V cer. and Proctor, ULTIMA, , A Commissioner of tbo supreme Court of the State of Victoria for taking Affidavits. Exper* at Incomc Tai work. Returns . proper...
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOw'H. Concerning some parts of this exten sive district news comes but seldom. This is not entirely our fault; 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 wonpn take the matter in hand and cause'the silence to cease. If no one else is doing it for your district will YOV 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 placcs 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 eunuch. • Write only on one side of the paper. Give .information, but let criticism alone. ^ VVnui wwr name and sumr cow?m- i fur pub.i. aii.ui. m-i'v. movt &lt;n»V; ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
Wedding. Ah interesting wedding ceremony was performed oil Wednesday, the 23rd inst., when Miss Myra Davis was united in matrimony to Mr T. J. Taylor, of Barrnport. The bride looked charming in a pretty oreme frock, trimmed with applique and net. A number of the friends of the bride and bridegroom met at the home of Mr A. IS. Canyon, where the marriage .vows were taken in the presence of the Rev. W. lf. Nash, who officiated. After the guests had done justice to the sumptuous wedding breakfast, the usual toasts were honored. Mr Chambers, who acted as best man, suitably responded on behalf of the bridesmaid (Miss Myra Kane). The happy couple were the recipi ents of many useful presents. Mr and Mrs Taylor left by the midday train for Melbourne, where the honeymoon will be spent.
What Dyspeptics Should Know. PHYSICIAN'S TIMELY ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
What Dyspeptics Should Know. PHYSICIAN'S TIMELY ADVICE. The fact tbat few dyspeptics really understand the cause ol tbeir trouble is probably the reason why drugs are. still used to such an alarming extent. The practise is wrong, however, and is strongly condemned by many physicians. The presence of excess. acid in the stomach is the cau e of practi cally all forms of digestive trouble, and this can. be neutralised and rendered harmless by the occasional use of ordinary bisurated magnesia —a product which can be obtained from any chemist Physicians use bisurated magnesia themselves as well as recommend it .to their, patients, because they recognise that it not only overcomes danger ous stomach acid and thus.ensures easy digestion, but by its use no harmful drug is introduced into the syste.n and therefore there can be 110 unpleasant after-effects. Half a teaspoonful taken in a little water after meals is usually quite suffi cient to keep the food contents of the stomach free from fe...
VARIOUS SOILS AND HOW TO TREAT THEM. CLAY, SANDY AND LOAMY. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
VARIOUS SOILS AND HOW TO TKEAT ThtM. CLAY, SA-NTDY AND LOAMY. Jju'ioi'o dealing mlly with the mat-; lor, no wiMi u> m.tko a little uxpluna tiu.i^of what iu mai»v "my nob be per lecuy c?uar—this jii i elation to tho words "acidity" ami "hour," used by uu and oCiiuis woeu writing about boils. When we say remove tho sourness or i.cidity, wo mean one and tho sumo thing. ior sourness is more often than not duo to tho over-acidity of tho soil, UHoii when wg talk ot acidity wo are I told that it )s neccssaiy to liavo acid : ity in tho soil. Tins we are well awuro of; but wii"i» there is too much ; of it the >oil is poisoned or sour; henco tlio application ot a different acid or solvent 10 correct tliis fault. When th.! Ciiso is severe wc advo .•;\U> drastic treatment such as liming tu wjiler Jogged country (alter drain ing, of couisc) or to sii/I, adhesivo day hind, as well us to sods tiiat arc overcharged with organic or vegetable matter. Over-acidity or sourness prevents tho nat...
RIDDLES. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
RIDDLES. What is tho best material for aero pianing'-'—l'Ty paper. How do ill tlio JitWo boo dispjso of Us honey?—Sells it. "Whnl' natio.i is jnuii likely to win in tho rncl?—Determination. Wh^t letter of tho :-lphn5».t is neces sary to nmko a shoo I'-—Tho last. Why did Noah object o tin* le tor "d"?—Because it made tlio ark dark. jWhat is worso than raining cats and dogs on a stormy night?—Hailing tnxi cubs. What is it hat has a mou h, but never speaks, and a bod hut never lies in it?—A river. . . .This bo^iiu.m.t (f eternity, the end of tiiuo and space, and Hie beginning , of every end. and Ihe beginning and ■tho end ol" ovory ulairi*?—Tho lo>lcr ft. I Why are tho Marys tlio most niuiahh lot ihci.' —M.rattso they can al I \vayt> bo molly-lied. ilvohl-rabi as a crop has not boon taken up as it deserves to bo. ,Ifc is adapted to stiff clays which aro not . suitable for ordinary turnips, arid ,M ,vovy vpfiintimt to drought, Tn inct, in! hot, dry seasons, with u goud bruirtf tho...
GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
GOLF —o— (By "Stymia") -The Ultima Golf Club will open its links on Wednesday next, whan a return match of gents' singles with Swan Hill Yv.ll bo playod,commencing nt 2 p.m. sharp. A mixod foursome is also to be run oil during'the after noon and the "pairs' will bo drawn for 011 Wednesday morning. After noon tea will be provided by the President's mother (Mrs Rcwa.11).