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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER IX. A BREAKING HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914

——"THE MASTER PASSION. CHAI'XEil IX. A BHEAKING HEAKT. Captain ,Beresford wus not so much '.occupied with )"« own .sneers, as to be unabta to notice tho doings ol other .people, His mind was much exercisod during diiincr by Ida Hamilton's ex cessive pallor. What was it that had banished ovcry scrap of colour from her chcelts,' ivhicli had beun blooming as bright as any wild-roses thoy passed in tho hedges? Had anything Happened when Ins back was turned? l>eyore) was with her all tho time, and ho look ed serenely happy, which forbade tho idea of a quarrel. Thoro hnd been no accident to fcfy her nerves, ami tho contents of tho post-bag could have had nothing to do with it, tw she lmu looked a« whito as a sheet m the car riage, when tho letters were secure!.* sonled up in the mail. Aftor dinner, as soon as the gento: inou camo into tho drawing-room* which they did alitor a very short interval at Helton, his eyes roamed round the room in search of Ida. She was souted ov Lady WilbVnha...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMING DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914

COMING DOWN. l'rool' was boiug given us to the fact that Mr. Jonos having beon on board ami Amoricnn steamship when tho boiler exploded, Mrs Jones, who lost both her husband a«d trunk, hav ing brought an action for damagos. A Gorman witness, on being ashed if lie had seen Mr Jones on board ro Cpliod: "L didn'ti sco him aboard do boat dc last time." "Yon didn't?" said tho company's counsel, who thought hie caso was now safe. "Whore did you see Mr Jones last?" "Veil," said tho Gorman, "rhen do schmokc-pipo and mo vas going up, vo met Jones coming down." As the art of lifo is learned, it will bo found at las'J that nil lovely things aro alto necessary; the wild flower by fcue wayside, as woll as tho tended corn and tho wild birds and creatures of u' forest, as woll as the tended cattle because man does notr livo by bread but by tho desert manna; by ©very wondrous word and unknowable work of God.—J. Buskin. Doubtful Customer: "Ilcally, now. aro theso eggs fresh?" Smart Assis tant: "Mada...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GETTING EVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 31 July 1914

GETTING EVEN. "No, don't bolicvo in expensive practical jokes," said a Sun Francisco business man, "oxcopt by way of rc ttilintion.** j "Now lust your I received a telegram from a friond who was travelling in Italy. It canio 'collect' and cost mo sovon dollars; and when I opened it nil I road was, 'Thank you, I am well.' T sallied forth aji-1 sought mo aui '•obbl'M.toMc—i\. nice, targo cobble 'iiiomj - V'.uighmg nhcuc i-'-ven j;o?>nd$. And ■} 'u-rappod it in . ohioi, pink : cot/ton and whito paper; and I boxed I it up in a handsomo bo:c; and I sent J it by oxpross, 'collect' to my fare ious I Jriond tar across tho boimdin" billows. "And when ho had paid his little ; fifteen dollars, and#bad opened tho box j in St. Petersburg, if I remember right I I.v, h<« found in addi.ion to tho pre [ cious contents a not© frum mo that I explained, 'This is the load that rolled I off m.v hoart on receipt of the news of I your good health.' "

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOORT v. ULTIMA. EASY WIN FOR BOORT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

BOORT v. ULTIMA. EASY WIN FOR BOORT. The third match for the season be tween Boort and Ultima was played on the ground of the former club on Satur day. The first encounter Jended in a win for Boort by six points, but in the second engagement Ultima was vie- ; toriouB by a similar margin. As a re sult of tne iclose finishes, Saturday's contest evoked a good deal of interest and enthusiasm. A fair following of U1 tima supporters mode the trip down by the midday train. Much annoyance was caused on account of no umpire arriving on Friday 'night. This may have been a "point" emanating from the colossal brain of the worthy secre tary of the Bendigo Umpires Associa tion- There has been a very marked absence of brotherly love between the Boort club and the afore-mentioned gentleman of late, and he, evidently, has no scruples as regards "rubbing it in " The gods, however, appeared not to look with favor on this action, and little difficulty was experienced in get ting another umpire, who cau...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

POSITION OF CI.UBS. CLUB Quambatook Ultima Meatian Hoort o* £ ... 9 G ... 9 4 ... 9 4 ... 9 4 2' Q £ 3 0 20 5 0 16 5 0 16 5 0 16

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

CUUK1) TIIEM BOTH. ,4i always use Chamberlain's .Cough Remedy and i-an recommend it to anyone who has ehildron," says Xlw Barrett, Broom street, Katjinniog» W.A. " My two little gliirt Doreen and .Sheila, were very bad with uronp: Chamberlains Cough Remedy wah the on Iv ineilieiiitt that would give them relief. "After they had taken two bottles there wan not a trace of*croup. Now I 'would'not be without ti bottlo of Chamber Inm'a Cough Remedy in my home."

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. NORTHERN DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. QUAMBATOOK, 4.9; MEATIAN, 4.6. A SPLENDID STRUGGLE. MEATIAN,S FINE FINISH. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

FOOTBALL. NORTHERN DISTRICT ASSOCIA TION. QUAMBATOOK, 4.9 j MEATIAN, 4.(5. ;a splendid struggle. meatian.s fine finish. The weather on Saturday was like unto the ushering in of Spring and the zephyrs awave did not favor either team. Meatian play ers demonstrated that they have improved out of sight. Though defeated, it was but by a narrow margin, and though at half-time, on the play, it looked like a run away victory for the locals, the visitors lasted better, and their weight helped them in crowded play during the final term. The game was a battle of giants, but, we have to say it, was marred by inefficient umpiring. ' A faulty whistle was against " Chillo" Brockley certainly, but he was altogether too lenient, and he was not fast enough for the pace set from the bounce to the final Xilb t bAMSi Quambatook. Gross (4), Carruthers (2), M'Gilliv ray (2), Coughlan (2), Corrigan, Raff, Mcncy, Cameron, JBarry, Smith, Wil liamson and Baylis. Mfatiaw. D. Booth (capt.j, |Balderson, Groat, O...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BRAVE NAVAL OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

A BRAVE NAVAL OFFICER. Thq gravest thing I over saw oc-_ stirred on H.M.S. Magnilicent in Te* tuaa Bay in the year 1905. We were engaged in the usual quarterly firing and the gunlayers' competition was in progress. The six-inch guns' crew were going strongly when what was supposed tp be a miss-flrc too'c plac,\ After an interval the Urea' h was opcoc<l and a fearful explosion occur red, resulting in the death of six ol • £he guns' crew and severe burns » Hoveral others. What way thought to bo A misB-firo.had proved to t,e u slow cartridge. Whilst the casemato wofl still full of fumes an officer, at the greatest risk to himself, entered and wUb,1 hare hands fchrew two live cartridge through - the port into the sea. cn:l_ thereby averted what . might' cas.ly have proved to be a worso accidcut than the first, as by this .time a great number of the ship's company bad gathered round the scent) ot tlx aiploaioo.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOME NOTES ON THE SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

SOME NOTES- ON- THE SITUATION. [By " Sunshine Bill."] I r 0r t'me in the memory of the present generation a war is imminent which will affect the whole civilised world. The exhor tations of all the churches in a general appeal to the Almigkty to avert the calamity seem so far to liave-failed. Able patriotic states men now realise that the efforts of years in helping the nations over delicate- situations, conceding point.; here, adjusting territorial boundaries there, with an eye grown sharp and wary with long vigilance and experience, all have been brought to nought. The dogs of war have been loosed ; starting with the spark of a paltry quarrel between two comparatively small nations of Europe, it has spread so that all the nations of Europe and Asia are involved, and the magni tude of the trouble staggers the imagination, while its extent and far-reaching consequences only God can foretell. > itting in a fair Australian home, the question arises: How will it affect us ? Part of ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

For Chronic Chc9t Complaints, Woods' Great Popporinint Curo, Is 6d.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Death of Albert Trott. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

Death of Albert Trott. Information has been received from London that Albert Trott, the well-known cricketer, had com mitted suicide by shooting himself with a revolver. A. K. Trott was a brother to Harry. Trott, and formerly played for .East Melbourne, Some years ago he went to England and ob tained an engagement with one of the leading clubs there, and was very succesful." He had been suf fering from dropsy.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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BOORT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

BOORT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. A committee meeting of the above was held at the Mechanics' In-itimtc-oii the 25th ult. Mr G. M. Jones, vice-president, occupied the chair, and there were also pre' sent—Messrs L. Smith, Cable, K. Coutts, Pernio, 13arclay, Esltr, flatter, ai.d the secretary, Mr R. K. Irving. s.„ The minutes of last meeting wore read and confirmed. Correspondence.- : •The following donations were, received :—Jas. Aljller and'Cu., . Is.; J. S. Cobden and Co., IDs fad. —Received with tbnik->_ From 1'. P. Hagan. enquiring, when show booth would be suld. ■ ' General Hunnesa Mr Pernio moved, «r Slitter; seconded, that lbs.- pri<; list com-, mittee' meet and. draw up pro-, gramme, and that thev be em powered to havo. sjme printed in the event of rain.—Carried. . The secretary wa.-idffistructed to have sp-uting placed around the sheds, and also to have the tanks erected. Accounta amounting to £i 1 2s were passed for payment. The meeting then adjourned. Don Kirkham, ...

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CAVALRY SKIRMISH. GERMAN AND FRENCH FLEETS. ENGAGED. GERMANS DEFEATED NEAR LIEGE. Wednesday, 6.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

CA'/ALRY fKlRMlSH. GERMAN AND PBBNCII FLEETS.ENGAGED. GERMANS DEFEATED NEAR LIEGE. Wednesday,. 6.45 p.m. The French and German lleeta are reported to bo in action off Hani boroligh head. Authentic reports received ftom Berlin state that the Germans have crossed the Russian border at several points. The German cruiser Augsberg is reported by wireless messages to he bombarding Libon, in tho province of Yunland. Lihou is in flames. The British Admiralty has been able to place tho third fleet on a war footing by calling up naval reserves of 200,000 ollicers and men. It is rumored in London that Ger man cruisers -.vera seen in the At lantic. A cavalry skirmish has taken place on tho German-Russian fron tier. Twenty Russians were killed. The Fronch have seined a railway .truck outside of Paris en route for i Germany. The- truck contained 00,000 in specie. Lord Morley has resigned from the British Cabinet. Germany has occupied a fortress in Belgium near Party." -The Uhlans, German cavalry,...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Church Services. Services will be held on Sunday next as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

Church Services. Services will bo held on Sunday noxt us follows:— Chuiich of Christ—Ul.ima, 11 a.m. Ultima Hal).—Mr Mudgo. '.PlUMUYTKHIAtf Cuoucii — CliilliiiuoUitls, 11 a.m.; Stvutfurd K . 2 p.m. ; Wcwiu, 4 p.m. i Ultiinu, 7.30 p.m.—Mr J. II,j. bortson Mktiiodist Cnunoii.—Ultima, 3 p.m., Mr Unbolts; Mcatiim 15., It p.m, Mr Nttldtr; Tulislict, I! p.m., Mr Mmidy; Waitcbio Soutb, 7 p.m., Ur Jilliert; Wititchiu 0., 11 a.m., Mr Afundy.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SENORMOUS WAR GRANT. GERMANS ADVANCING. Thursday, 9.10 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

2ENORMOUS WAH GRANT. GERMANS ADVANCING. Thursday, 9.10 a.m. Germany is asking for 350 million pounds froL'i the Reiobstag for war purposes. Italy, Sweden, Bulgaria and the United States have proclaimed their neutrality in the European war. Tt has been officially declared that tho Germans are at Cissy, noar Nancy, on the French frontior, and also at JJais-lo-Tour, near Jletz. The Germans have o-cupied tho station at Basle. It was announced that Burns, Beauchamp, Ilarcourt, Simon and Masterman contemplated loaving the British Cabinot, but the Germans' conduct over Belguiia has had a great ollcct on them. Me As<|uith and Earl Groy, in line speeches, informed Parliament that Germany bad refused to give her as surances about Belgium neutrality, except that she would not annox that country. "" Turpin. tho French inventor of melinito, the great Fronoh oxplosive, states that it will annihilate the enemy. Mr Dillon Redmond, in tho House of Commons, said that tho Home Rulers aud Ul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Cold, never fail*, is ed

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EUROPEAN WAR LATEST NEWS. Thursday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

LATEST NEWS. Thursday, 6 p.m. An unofficial message from Al giers reported that the French fleet has captured the German battle ship Goebeu and the cruiser Bres lan. • The Germans have entered Prance through Switzerland. Admiral Mahau expects that there will be a naval engagement in the North Sea immediately, which, he states, England will win. The Russian warships in the Baltic have captured many German merchantmen. It is reported that a German cruiser is grappling for the Atlair tic cable near Newfoundland. A German warship stopped the Dutch mail steamer Prettz off Bor neo, and after examining her papers apologised. The German steamer Greifswold atrived accidentally at Fremantle with 1200 tons of foodstuffs, and was detained. Germans have executed at Met/. Alexis Samath, president of the anti-Germjin society. The Germans have captured Vise, in Belgium, and are attack ing Fiance on various parts of the frontier. King George has sent a message to the British fleets, expressing his g...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A TALE OF THE WAR. IT CONCERNS A SERGEANT VOF THE INFERNAL LIGHT HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

A TALE .OF {HE WAR. : IT CONCERNS A SFJUGKANT VOF . THE INFERNAL LIGHT HOUSE. . , The General held derided views on war.-' He also. held -ikeidcd/.vlev.s. on many other subjects,-and when the. Boars' ttho were hcale^ing-him di sc to consider the •Sabbath. us ,.»i^o» day, he willingly fell in : with tn^j* views. Not that you could- limiF. ou: that day within ,the; linca.any rclas ation Cram'the ordinary militarypri. cautions of the defence. In fuct th.? only dMercacc. which was vUUily per ceptible Iny'with.the General himsdi. On that day these who were, pvivibp rd to s?c him. and they,were,geti.ial*.. |y few,.-found that- hcvlnmssK laid isido ^the* panoply (of a*V» rccllricdUi^ 'VuVt"ol;'Hplitvg,rey;;,nhn tlioiltr it 'FieccVjsAry to. go o~ut,";'rr - placed his bruss'bound .shako with » soft' felt,: hat . of- questionable-dcai}:;. »\owt one fcabbath motnm^ th General, who was a4? (Liar nn «1. .gentleman as ever cotnmandtd a Ki • iojigucrcd 'force in a besieged to .n. £\wokc to find hi...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Korong Vale Station Improvements. GOOD PROGRESS BEING MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

Korong Vale Station Im provements. GOOD PROGRESS BEING MADE. The erection of the new island platform and other works. at Korong Vale station is proceed ing steadily. The greater por tion of the roadways are finished, and the new connection with the "Wycheproof line has been com pleted. The engine shed is now ready for use, and rails and pits for four engines have been all fitted up. The flooring is being bricked and cement washed. The smoke boxes are in position. The turntable is now extensively used, and a danger disc has been .placed on the station end of this to prevent a second engine com ing on while the table is in use. Lifting beams are laid on solid brickwork beds along two of the engine pits in the shed in case of repairs being required. Thi§ will enable jacks to be used "to raise the engine. The front of the shed is open, and windows" have been put right across the back of it so as to allow plenty of light. The. building is well ventilated, and the roof has been strapped w...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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