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BOORT v. MEATIAN. EASY WIN FOR THE LATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
boort V. meatian. • Easy Win fprt the Latter. riourt Team— Bucks—«.. Weaver, T. I v/iugh^nn, 'Killeen ' • rialt-oacks — i ChamliTS,^ l^fK.nson, . burrowes ; i Centre'—*! >on' •:Cnmeron.-Kjnfr»'Slattor;-1 Half-Forwards—?■ nmdson, •• Cracknel)/1 Fyfe ? towards—P. Coughlan, R. • Coughlnn, 1" Weaver: Followers Higpip«» Pirkerinfi ;; Rovers -— Mc ' Phersoi.. Meatian Team—B icks--P. Alexander, O'Meara,"Ande.son ; Haii-ba.-ks — Lynch, Ry«in, Cummins'; Centre — Clarke, Boo.th, Vandei'i-en ; Half . forwards—Balderson, II. Alexander, H. Booth ; Forwards—Bailey, W. 0 Mearn, Stewart; Followers—King, Groat ; Rover—Roberts. Boort, who were without the services of Mackie, Williamson, Nelthorpe, and Tracy, were the first to show out from the bounce and carried right forward, where W. Alexander marked almost between the posts and sent out of danger, when play was transferred to the opposite1 end where O'Meara was given a free directly in front and easily punted a goal. Boort again attacked, RlcPh...
LEGUMES AS FARM CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
LEGUMES AS FARM CROPS. (By Chares !\ Oass, m "Kimball's Dairy Farmor.") Practical farmers generally noticu tha»t their cultivated crops, as imtfzo, tobacco, or potatoes, do best when , grown u'Jioro a good, ciover sod was I ploughed under. Centuries ugo, the uest lannors in Europe recognised the value ol t^iio legumos. 'liio Greeks ; aud liomans grow votch and lucerne ; —or niedica, as it was thou called. I Tnis name, 4tModica," was givou u> j lucerno because it scorned to improve j the soil and was such a good leod i lor the stock that they considered u I as a. medicine. Ciover was oue or thu mum crops m tho Norfolk rotation, which proved so vaiuabio in ino agri cultural development of England >u tho oariy part ol tho eighteenth cen tury. boy beans aro uativcs 01 China and Japan, where they have boon grown lor centuries, iherc they aro valuod as food, as a soil improver, and as *ood lor stoeK. Thus, tlio legumes aro not a iiov.iy uovoloped species Oi plants, but- navo been gr...
The Ultima Star & Chlilinoollah Express Friday, July 31 A Painful Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
0>e Qltima Star & CbUUticrollab Bxprces Friday. July 31 A Painful Accident. The 12-yr-old son of Mr Jamss Dagge, j of Ultima, met with a painful accident I on Sunday last. While in the act of fondling a horse on the farm it suddenly took fright, knocked him down and trod on his left side, severely crushing and bruising the lad. Dr. Jas. Rowan was immediately called in, and although the is now progressing favorably, it is ex pected he will be bad for some weeks. Mr Norman Taylor, Hon. Sec. of the Waitchie Branch of the Vic. Rural Pro ducers Defence Fund has convened a meeting of donators to the fund which, as advertised on this page, will be held at Waitchie on Friday evening, August 7, at 8 o'clock. Government tondors aro being invited for the orection ofa now school at Wui tcliie. V In the Pmctice Court on Thursday Mr Justice Ilodges mado an order abao lu'e for tho compulsory sequestration of the estates of Noil Francis Livingtone, of Cocamba, farinor. THE OIPPSLAND A NO...
THE STRAW HAT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
THE STRAW HAT. I : Vtyio never think of brushing tUoit' I ^Lrav.*; harts; the 'btraw doesn't seem to I /.• .. hat niado «o bo brushed, tho, ditM | .. v .n t allow ou it bo much, aiul so L*y brush all their othor hats and their straw hats go. if thoy would brush their hi raw bats as th'oy do tlio others tney would iceep fresh and good-looking much lon ger; this is not so much on account of tho brushing itself as bocausc. of tho protection that brushing it, keop f.ig it clean, giros it from tho oflouts of moisturo. What makes a straw hat look shabby ruin. If rain falls on a dusty hut, ivory drop spreads, fixes ilio dust, and makes tho chapean dingy. Tho Mimrt .ain falling on a clean hat would have ur le»s olfeoC'on its apponmneo. UiU iH yovir straw hat, and the ribbon i to.), juht as you would any othor. and ! you v. ill bavo tho satisfaction of keep ing it in fair condition. Husband: "What did tho doctor say, Mary ?*' "Will-; "Not much. He asked me to put o'ul inv longuc.' "Ye»." "An...
THE NEW WHITE PIG. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
THE Nfcfy WfUTE PIG. It is difficult- to believe that tbu now famous whito pigs winch, reipresontod I by -tho largo variety, ai'o found ad ovor tho world, were the creation of a ! iorkshiro weavor but li.tlo more than ! sixty years ago. Stm more difhcunt is | Jt to recognise that before its appear ance nu wo ltoynl in 1851 (there was practically no iintish breed of pigs at all. It is iruo that thore are types .which wore louhd 'in different coun tr.ua, liko tho early iierkshires; but m the modern sjiiso of the Svorld there was uo stanuard, and the pig popula tion was oil emerging from a sta.o oi burbanty, thur ancestors of fifty yeais ' before naving been to a largo extent kept '» dioves and allowed 10 run who. There were wliito pigs of great size «n tho North winch wero slow in growth, long in body, Head and legs, ; flat in Lhc side, coarso >n tho hair, j fuJi oi activity, prolific and hardy, but poor producers of meat, which was too ican, and wnen rcauy »o kill wanting in mat l...
Church Services. Services will be held on Sunday next as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
Church Servicas. —o — Services will bo hold on Sunday noxt as follows:— Cui'KUK ok England—Ultima, 7 p.ui. —Tho Rc;vdei\ Catjioi.io Cuukch.—Ultiiim, at 10.30 n.m. Uev. Father M'Jlride. Pkksiiytkuiax Ckurou.—I^lbjrt, 11 | a.m., Aleutian, 1.45 p.m.; Ultiun, 4 p.m. ; "NVaitchio S. 7.30 p.on — Mr J. ' Robertson. ^Ikthodist Cutmoii.—Ultima, 7 Mr Mundy; Moatiau \V.f U u.m VIr Mundy; i'olisbet, 3 p.m., Mr Kllis Wowin, 3 p.m., Mr Mundy.
RULES FOR WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
RULES FOR WIVES. | Apropos ul her visit to America, tho | following philosophical decalogue-is ot ; special interest as revoaliug tho atti i tudo taken by Mine.. Georgette Lub lauco Alaeternnck, wife of tho -Bel gian Shakoapoare, toward tho wifely c ities of wornon: X. Keineuiber always tnuc tlio true .wile is t»io inseparable half of tho enly complete human unit, in which two small and imperfect individualities liavo becomo merged into a largo and perfect ono. *2. Each half of the wedded whole -otaiiiii apodal fujictuns; yours aro to discern, to anticipate, ,to yield, to cheer, to soothe—and thus to streng then. Never ,rust -to hirelingH" tho essen tials of your husband's . physical woll ijo.np \ understand and frequently prac tieo tho art of solocting and propariug his food. •i. Do sure each day that his gar ments are whole, clean, and suited to the s.'asmi.^ 5. Constitute yourself an infallible baronioter, whereby to forecast and render harmless those clec rica! distur bances pec...
DRISTICT NEWS. CHILLINGOLLAH. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
DRISTICT NEWS. o (fro* our ow.v cor!tkh!»om>£xt ) CHILLINCOLLAH. Many anxious faces are turned towards any dark clouds that may be Been looming in the horizon, and brains are wondering when the " dry north" is going to get the much needed 2 inches of rain. Crop3, es pecially oats, are badly in need of a good downpour, and grass is almost a thing of the pist. £Iatid feeding j in mauy instances is being resorfcod | to-and generally speaking the out-i look is anything but promising. Mr Powelling the popular managor of the branch of the Commercial ; Bank here, who broke a small hone in his arm whilst playing fooibal against Stratford East on. Saturday week is progressing favorably but unfortunately will not bo able to don the blue and white again this season. Another absentee from the blue and white ranks is Mr A'f Gadsen who was married to Miss Miller on Wed nesday 22na July, Of course we could not expect him. and willingly accept any excuse be chosos tomako, but we wis!) him and hi...
BIBLE LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
BIBLE LANDS. The feeling of disappointment which somii tourists experience .when they first make their way across Pales tine, Jn the slow-going old fashion of camp life, with abundant opportuni ty to sec' the country, is often acutc. Tho contrast betwwn the'Promised Land, "flowing with milk anil honey," of which they have lormcrt an ideal in their minds, nn.l tbu actual fact of a sterile Innu, iar from picturesque ^ or beautiful in n scenic point of view, rarely cuHivat4 ed, inhabited for the'most pa:t cn'.y by a very scanty population ot ?qualid and poverty-stricken semi barbarians, strikes such travellers* like a sharp blow. On tlxc other hand, the tourist with historical interests, who regards & country as the theatre of human lifo in its progress or its decay, and who loves to trace the interplay of cause and effect in the mutual indif ference of land and man on each other, finds that no country is so in teresting as the Holy Land. Tho undying fascination which belongs t...
LEARNING TO FLY. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
LEARNING TO FLY. There is no doubt that the aero plane - has come to revolutionise methods of transit. Though still in the experimental Ktapr, it is perfect ly reliable, and only lack of enthusi asm on the part of tbc public pre vents greater progress in aviation. In an article entitled "What Plying Will Do for the World," in "Pear son's Magazine," Mr. Claude Gra hamo White, the celebrated airman, tells his readersall about aeroplanes and their pilots. He says "I will try to give tbc completely non-tcchnical person some idea of what experiences ho would go through if he desired to learn to fly. We will suppose that he is a pupil at a fly ing school, and has already picked up the theoretical side of running an aeroplane-engine. So Jet us imagine him stated in a Bleriot monoplane— . an aeroplane with only one tier of supporting planes. There is not much room for him, but, dressed in a weird combination garment, clow ly buttoned at the ankles, wrist, and throat, he perches himself on t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
oxultima Stock Sale- ' '.-''next sale Tuesday, Aug. 11. Iotiow and Co. ' EAVE much pieasuro in announoiug to the public that thoy have now Jocided to' hold fortnightly Sales, ami , jhat.Mr R. P. Vurcoll, Auctioneer* will to stationed'at UHiiua. and wil conduct ;• alea throughout, the district. Tho firm ■' topes by strict attention to business, to aorii the patronage of tho public geiyi • rally. OFFICE—BROOKS' HOTEL, Ultima Stock Sale. Thomas morrow ami co. wii offer at their Yards — TUESDAY, AUG. 11 Further entries invited, ' THOS. MORROW & CO., Auctioneers, v Ultima. " LALBERT Saturday, Aug 8, 74 THOS. MORROW & CO "TVESIKE to announce tlmt Jit the re '• JLJ quest of numerous die i hand re ./..aldents of tho district they have ieoidod tohoUl : REGULAR 8ALKS OF STOCK &lt;;;..*fcLalbert, tlie uoxfc of such sales f-o be iiiiiold. on jvlovo datL at the hotel yards, ' when thev will oner— Sheep Cattle Horses Entries invited, to bo soot to our local representative—...
Ultima v. Quambatook. Ultima, [?] 10; Quambatook, 1.6. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
Uliima v. Quambatook. UUimn, -1 10 5 Qwambatook, 1.6. Tlio ihmU'iicHunler bct.acn tho tin inn nmlQ-ianilmtook Uiuna eventuated on the y.tinm ground &lt;m Saturday Just. The day whn »v.jiorfcct «no for footn-ni. consequoutly tho attendance wsis..l..i . &lt;• notwitliH anding other counter attractions From a players point of view the ground was unusually hard, and it is a unit— tor for wonder that fchero wore no sciiouH accidctits. In viow of the many exciting turns of tho gamo tho sup- ; nortcrs wcro a liltl© disorderly at i times, and those who take thoir pleasures ! sadly may. comfort thouiselvas with tho ! reflection that very few players derived I any advantage from tho loud-toned Bug gestions which camo vociferously from1! the supporters of both teams, moro parti cularly the followers of the Ultima eluh. : The players also added their share of advice, and il would,of boon a dillicult matter fui a stronger to single out the eapt. while the game was in progress. Th...
ALONE I DID IT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
ALONE I DID IT. Iii Stiviehul, near Coventry, stands a building unique among places of wor ship. John Green, n btoneuiuson, in 1810 hud tho first alone of the odilieo, ami bovun yeara later ho completed it. Jn all that timo ho derived assistaiiee from none, doing all tho work with his own hands, uutiltho church was ready for ito intorior iittiugs. Tins is tho j" ,..v stouo etrnctura in England— and &lt; probably in tho world—of which every stono was laid by ono man;, 'iho ! building accommodates quito a largo 'Congregation, und tho church derives « considerable rorouuo from tho contri. liuiicuis of' higlrlseora, who aro drawn to tho plnu'e through curiosity.
ONCE WAS ENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
ONCE WAS ENOUGH. This 'inlo relates how a bishop, ac costed by a neat but hungry stranger, derived profit j'roin the encounter. Tho bishop, so runs tile yarn, took ilio noody oho to a hotel, and .shared a gorgeous dinner with him, yot, hav ing left his episcopal wallet in tho pocket of a dilfcroiu episcopal jacket, suddenly faced, tho embarrassment 01 .not posse-sing «lio wherewithal to pay up. "Never iuind," exclaimed his gui "I lit&vo enjoyed dining with you, i I fchall bo clianned to shoulder com. a Permit 1110." Whereupon tho stranger paid two. This worried tho prelate, v insisted: "Just let mo cull a cab and we'll ] lip to my hotel, whoro I shall have tho plcusuro of reimbursing yu'u." • J3ut tho stranger met tho suggcscio: with: "Seo here, old man. Vou'v Ktuck nio for a bully good dinner, but | linnged if I'm going to let you stick i nio lor cab faro as well!"
A REAL ARISTOCRAT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914
A REAL ARISTOCRAT. A gui.k-man h'siucju in j.ouuwii, •.»]!,» .. lll.il pi'Ukl>tCi&lt;, ib li. CubOiti'j .. collar, uii v.'nicu i.ib imii auutcM JY-ceiltl.. xlH-Mlei* Ltil.i Hiiu 0.^-1* Mil»t,~ to urm^ viic &lt;.u0 to mm, ui.ii iiiu qut-bliuii lea to .iU rti.tLMi oi au u«»i.6' lag incident. "On onu occasion i. lost. icon in i/.eau.iiy," «u.d tno u»«iie. "Vou know How niucli i iii.vi aubu in hansom eaos. Weil, bcotio al ways goes vvu-U riie. t*o tnnvi a g~-ou ijnu.y »m *is »» week together 'in vjiis way ; biu* oil one occasion x w«f> waUiug ..nu lulled 'mm. j. seaiciieu lor Hun, ouf Uitl not hiiJ h»m. Wo u.ov\u \»a& grca., ami Liio .street -irai Ho drowned my ; so aiter wa.t i ing ;i v. nil.:, and looking about pre* j tiunoughly, i v\ent baciv lioino ivuuoiiv tiiin. noting he might liiul his. way imc.y himself. lu about two hour* auer my arrival, a hansom cab tiroro up to the uoor, una out jumped oeo i. Tno cannula rang lor ins lure, ami, tninUing no li.u...