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CRUISERS ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

CRUISERS ABROAD. A striking chango, has coino ovor tbo | ootupositiion of tbo squadrons on for- | oign service within the last four years (says tho "Army and Navy Gazette"), i They aro composed in some casos. of fewer ships than ordinary but theso | fes^els arc nmcli moro modern and e.theient for thu duties required of 1 them. An important factor in this respect bus boon tbo construction of tho "city" class of light cruisers. It was said at tho time tbeso ships wcro designed that they would bo especially useful for foreign service, and it will now Ijo scon that practically all tho squadrons ubroa'd aro leavened by them. Tho Capo Station is tho latest to have a ship of tho typo attached to it, tho Nottingham having been selected to replace tho Astraeo. Mow great, is tho gnin in tho efficiency of tho squadron by tho chango is mani fest when it is remembered that the Astrnea is ovor twenty years old, with a.speed of about nineteen knots, and an armament of two C inch and eight •1.7 in ...

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

OPENING OF ULTIMA GOLF LINKS ? Quito a gay scone was witaossed on Wednesday afternoon on the golf links in Mr C- Emonson's paddock, when the Ultima club formally opened its links. Advantage was taken to play a return ontch with Swan Hill, and a most pleasant af ternoon and match resulted. Prior to the match commencing Mr J Drewett (vice-president) and the secretary (Mr Brunnen) welcomed the visitors in the unavoidable ab sence of the president, Dr Jas. Eowan, and the links were declared open by Mrs Rowan making tho first Btroko with a club, owned by the President of the Swan Hill club (Dr. Planto) amidst much enthusiasm. The club has only been formed three months and it was not expected that its players would be ablo to bold their own with the more experienced players of the visiting team, but nevertheless some exciting and close finishes wero witnessed. At the afternoon tea adjournment, Dr. Plante thanked the Ultima Club for the hearty welcomo extended them, and the excellent daint...

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

HONEY AMD ITS USES. Honey might with advantage bo more generally used than it is as Jin article of diet. Tho greatest. l>flrt of tho honey produced in the United States (says an American authority) is secured bj* the largo baking concerns. It is used in varying quantities in cakcs and cookies, also thoso niado with molasses, booh become so dry that tho.v are not palatable. But. honey cakes will keep in good condition al most indefinitely, ■ Indeed, tliey boom to improve with age. In many homes honey is a. luxury. Honey is food should not bo considered a luxury, as a pound of honey costs no moro than a pound of candy, ami is much better for the children. Bread, butter and honey is a luxury. Honoy as food of diet as pies and cakes, that often make tip the school lunohoon. Can any housewife mako up a complex mixturo that is more delicious than wholesome bread, good butter and honey, to say nothing of digestibility. We have substituted honey for molas ses in cakes and cookies that ca...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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DISTRICT NEWS. WAITCHIE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. {from our own correspondent.) WAITCHIE. About 30 points of rain foil last week which was very acceptable as the grass and crops were badly in need of moisture. A much heavier downpour, however, is needed before the harvest prospects can be assured. A strong committee was formed hero on Friday last with tho object of securing tho return of the Hon. John Gray M.Ij.A. Mr T. Woonton Sonr. was olected president, and Mr Arch. McCalman, boo. sec. Tho local footballers are hopeful of again "catching" the trophy in this competition,after downing tho 'Gollah lads ou their own "dust heap," and the general opinion is that Waitchie will again defeat them when they come here. Gr Hugh McClelland, who is to contest the Swan Hill seat in the Legislative Assembly, addressed a meeting in the Waitchie hall on Wednesday last. Mr Treuwith, a Liberal candidate for tho Senate, also addressed a well-attended meet ing on Friday. Evidently our farmers take a lot of couvincing.

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

WHY HUIUIY. ' Ill Mexico tiino is of littlo import ance. Tito into Sylvanus Miller, tlio civil engineer, who was ongageu on Bomo railway work thoro, was onco try i ing to show, ii nutivo how much tho now railway would bonelit tlio country. "How long does it tako to carry your .produco to markot at presont?" ho ask ed. "With u mulo it takes threo days was tho roply. "Thoro you ,uol" oxcluimod Miller. "When tho now railway is in opera tion you will bo ablo to tako your, pro duce to market and roturn homo in ouo dayl" "Vory good, souor," was tho placid roply; "but what shall I do with tho other two daysP" ,

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHILLINCOLLAH DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

CHIUINCOLLAH DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION Wnitohto dofoatod Stratford Eiit on Saturday last. Scoroa :—Waitch e, 14.16 Stratford E., 8.4. Citillingoll'ih, 14.14 dofeutcd Tyrrell Downs, 2 goals. POSITION OF CLUBS. a 5 Club e J 1 Is S Q £ Cliillintiolluh . 9 8 1 0 32 NVaitchio . 0 7 2 0 28 Tyrrell Downs .. . 9 2 7 0 8 Stratford East .. . 9 1 8 0 4

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

TIT J?OR TAT. Pat wus in lodgings, uud was greatly nunoyod by tho# landlady bolping bor aclf to hiB provisions. Sbo Ddgan by tuking a picco of his butter, aua wheu Pat cuino homo sbo said: "Put, I'm taking a little of your buttor, but I'm not liko othor land ladies—I'm telling you." > Next day it M as an 'ogg, and bo on. Every day tbero wus soinothing takon uud put off with tho samo roinork: ♦Tin not liko other landladies, I'm telling you." 'Of course tliero was uover any re ductions in Put's bill.- Ono Saturday hiB bill camo to a larger amount than usual. Pat looked at it, bundled up a. few .things in a lmndkerchiof, walked to tho door, ami said: "Landlady, I'm' sloping: I'm not, liko otlmr lodges s—I'm telling youl"

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Correspondence. A PUBLIC NIMSANCK. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

Correspondence. (The Kditor wishes it to be distinctly under stood that he does- not necessarily en dorse opinions expressed bycoriespondcots under this heading). A PUBLIC NIMSANCK. TO TIIK KMIOK. SiK,- I wish to draw tho uttcnti >11 of tho renders of your paper to tho noceRsity of some action being takoii in regard to i do»» atruyt g in the streets of our town. | It is about ttnio BOmcthtni{ was uonu 111 reg:ird to these pests boforo a serious accident occurs, and un action is brought against tho person or persons who own them. It is only on rnro occasions that a person-can drivo through tho main Btieot wi-liout being assuilud- by sovoral dogs, especially at tho south end. In the intorests of tho public it would bo a good thing if those who own these pests would keep them on tho chain, or else our looal police wou'd bring pressure to bear on their owners. On moro than ono occasion, Mr Editor, E liuvo had tho opportunity of witnessing horses almost bocoming unmanageable through t...

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

IN MEMORIAM IN Loving Memory of. our Darling lit tle son, Thomas Clarence (Tommy who passed away at Chillingollah on the 7th August, 1912, aged 3 years. Sodearly loved, so truly mourned. God gave us a beautiful flower, We kept it for three short yoars; We nursed and tended and loved it so, To our souls it was very dear. So dear that we knew each changing smile Or shadow that crossed his face; We could tell each one of his locks of hair That fell with a nameless grace. He bloomed so fair—how it befell We never in time shall know, But our Blossom drooped and a shadow fell Over all our lives below. — Even now our hearts rebel and long, For that which cannot be, Though we know he's gone to a pleasant land And is waiting there for us. —Inserted by his loving father and mother and little brother's.

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

Ult<ma Stock Sale-. NEXT SALE Tuesday, Aug. 11. "Thos. loiiow and Co. HAVE much pleasure in announcing to tbc public that thoy have now lecidcd to hold Fortnightly Sales, and •hat Mr I?. P. Purcell, Auctioneer, will •e stationed nt Ultima, and wil conduct ales throughout the district. Tho firm topes by strict attention to business, to norit the patronage of the public gene rally. OFFICE—BROOKS' HOTEL. Ultima Stock Sale. Thomas morrow ami co. wii offer at their Yards — TUESDAY, AUG. U Further entries invited. THOS. MORROW & CO., Auctioneers. Ultima. ... LALBERT Saturday, Aug 8, '14 ' fHOSi MORROW & CO DESIRE to announce thnt nt the re quest of numerous clio iiOnnd re sidents of tlio district they have iceidcd to hold REGULAR sales of stock ntLallert. tho next of such suln» fo bo ' held oh above dato nt the hotel yards, when they will oifcr— Sheep Cattle Horses Entries invited, to lie sent to our local representative— MrVANDERFEEN, Lalbert; Or tho auctioneer...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Mallee Lan's. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

- Mnllee Iam It' was dccided recently by thu pro Ki-CHK leagues of tliq Miuniugfttnng und Diiytrup iniillcc settlements to request the MiniNtor <>/ L>hh1n to niter tho c»n ditioriK of tliolr huHiu^s ho ih to permit of the seltlers borrowing privately en thu security of their holdings nftor four ycurfl of occupancy. Thin requost Ims been considered by tho Minister, but as tho six yews' probationary term id recognised as the fixed principlo in land settlement, Mr Imvrson 1ms decided that he. cannot rccouimond any variation Parliament has already provided for settlor* obtain ing through tho Glower Settlement Board adviincoa up to GO per cont.. of tho vuluu of the miprnvcuicntu effected on their holdini»a. These udvunccs may bo inado up (oh limit of £uGD. In uddition, le gislitivo provision has a'so been made to suspend the payments of rents up to tho end of the third year. It in cons dcrcd that these two concessions ivjiso mbly provide for the assistance of the sh»ttle...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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The Ultima Star & Chililinoollah Express Friday, Aug. 7 [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

"Che Ultima Star & CbUlitioroUah Sxpreoa Friday, Aug. 7 Cr Hu«h M'Clclland, J.P., who in about to bd requisitoncd to content tlio Swan Hill seat in tho Logislativo Assem bly, has (says fcho 41 Son Lako Tiuios ") betfn nsBurod very substantial support in all tho chief contres of tho elector, ate, including Mi duia, Swan Hill, Rain, bow and lioputoim. Had Or. M'CWJl«nd not boon in tho fiold it is corfcain that at least ono of some half do/.jn other uspi rants for tho position would havj con torted tho election in opposition to Mr Gray, the Bitting mombor. On aocountof tbo high price of flour bread ha9 gono up to 8d a Urge loaf in Ultima.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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EUROPEAN WAR. ENGLAND DECLARES WAR. 20,000 AUSTRALIANS OFFERED ENGLAND. CENSORSHIP OF CABLE COMMUNICATION. "STAR" OFFICE SPECIAL. GERMANY DECLARES WAR AGAINST RUSSIA. KAI-ER'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

EUROPEAN WAR. " • / n i * 1 . ENGLAND DECLARES WAR. 20,000 AUSTRALIANS OFFERED ENGLAND. CENSORSHIP OF CABLE COMMUNICATION. "STAR" OFFICE SPECIAL. &ermany declares war Against bij sia. kai'lir'.' ADDRESS. "Germany declare:! war on Rus sia on Sat r.ril.i y. Italy has announced that slir; jb'I! ieinui 11 neiuril. ""»The German lviis'.r, addressing W>,000 people, declared:—'The Jvrk day for |Germany has oome. plf • ■ ■ War will require enor ffous sacrifices. We will show our jlfivcisaries what it means to attack Mieriiiany. ... If, at the last •Mour, ray efforts fail to bring our adversaries to see things in their proper light, we, with God's help, will weild the sword in such a way that we can sheath it with honor." The Japanese ambassador in Lou don announced that if trouble arose Japan will act in the spirit of her alliance with Great Britain A rumoured sea fight in the North Tea lacks confirmation. The shipping on all lines has been suspended, and all the great liners hav...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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FRANCE JOINS RUSSIA. RUSSIANS REPULSED AND FRENCH DEFEAT GERMANS. TUESDAY. 9.15 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

FRANCIS JOINS RUSSIA. RUSSIANS REPULSED AND FRENCH DEFEAT GERMANS. Tuesday. 9.15 a.m. Numerous Victorian bodies are offering tiieir services. The British Cabinet held another long sitting on Sunday night, when it is understood division of opinions were being closed owing to Ger many's arrogance. * "The Times" declares that Ger- i man hegemony of Europe is an ambition that'cannot be tolerated. Enormous crowds in the street cheered Earl Grey, -who is under- J stood to favor assisting France. The King and Queen at Bucking ham palace acknowledged the greetings-of the crowds, who sang national songs. . • • The Hull fishing fleet has been recalled. The Orient mail steamer for Melbourne has been. ordered to seek shelter at Gibraltar. A number of German vessels are sheltering in Spanish ports. It is understood that the British Ministers have'decided to ask Par liament fcr ^50,000,000. A cable censorship* bns been es tablished in London, but the cables have been entirely silent since ten o'c...

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GREAT BRITAIN DECLARES WAR. NAVAL BATTLE. Wednesday, 1.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

GREAT BRiTAIN '.DECLARES WAK. NAVAL ■ BATTLE. Wednesday, 1.30 p.m. • .Tiw Prime MimsU-r, Mr Josepn Cook, has been notified that Great Britain has declared- war against Germany, and lie has wired the information to all the State Pre miers. The House of Commons has passed 100,000,000 guineas to the War Office. A strict censorship is being ob served. It is. rumoured that R. Garros, the famous airman, has attacked and destroyed a Zeppelin airship operating with the German army on the frontier. Garros sacrificed his life in the achievement. Beuter's correspondent at Stock holm Ims received from a reliable source information that a battle took place on Sunday between the Ger man and Russian fleets near Aland Islands, at the entrance to tho Gulf of Bothnia. As a result of tho en counter, tho Russian Fleet was driven back, and took refuge in the Gulf of Finland. Tbe Germans have occupied Aland Islands. The message also states that one of tho largest llussian battleships is ashore and cannot...

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

BREVITIES. Dbvonshirt laco workora have boon engaged for three yours, and will not finish for another nino months, on a beautiful court veil with flouncing and trimmings mado on a fabric of the fin est Brussels net. Tlio edging w about 100 yards of Honiton laco, and. tho coutro part contains 2-10 largo sprays of Hawthorn, with ovor 200 sprays of tho samo flower. _ Scatter ed over tho wholo uro hundreds ot butterflies. Tho wearer of this elab orato adornment wiJl bo a lad.v (now* in India), and tho occasion will ho one. of tho functions of tho English Court i 1015. In 1871 tho Counts of Salomons of Sorravillo brought an action agomst tho Communo of Salusola Biellesc, for tho violation of wator rights. Tho caso has continued for 133 years, :;u« was only Bottled a fow weeks ago by compromise. Meanwhilo tho Salomono estates had been sold several times, but each new proprietor kept -the ac tion going, while every successive Mayor of the Commune handed fJ:o defenco of tho town as a hritag...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

HERE AND THERE. Dr. Bashford, Director of t!io Im perial Cancer Research Fund Labora tory, in a lecturo at tho recent Hoyal -^u.tary institute, laid down rules for tho avoidance of cancor, which may be epitomised as follow. Cut down your tobacco allowance, take tlio pledge, and eat your dinner with tlio calm of A warning to tlio over-strenuous was uttered at a National Health Society meeting recently by Professor Stir Severe budily exercise, he said was incompatible with full digestivo ac tivity. Mental fatiguo greatly im paired bodily activity, and vice versa. Glands, liko muscles, suffered from fatigue, and tlio result of a "quick lunch" was to exhaust tho glands which supply tiiu digestive fluids. Tho so eret of health, <oid tho lecturer, was to be found in rhythm. Between the heart beats was a regular pause, whicn permitted a restitution of matter ana energy. On a larger scale, sleep was fcuch another quiescent period. Ko poso was the necessary complement ».f laiiguo....

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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PERUVIAN ANTIQUITIES. ("The Queen.") [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914

PERUVIAN ANTIQUITIES. . ("The Queen.' » Alan comes anil goes. it is ono of tho htimlities of humanity that only a few races and individuals leavo any lasting memories behind them. Tho works of their hands, too, die wiin them. Hut. this is not always so. In Peru, wo come upon traces of vast civilisation of high order, of which ! wo have no actual knowledge, save I for souio sculptured walls wo aro un able to decipher, and marvellous ruins of stono buildings wonderfully con- . srructcd. Wo have to content our- J selves with mere tradiions few and ! far between. History . poiuts to-a .Mongolian type, swept away by the : Incas, and supplanted by them before tlie birth of Christ. But these early renin ins of an extinct people are of unrivalled interest. We have, how over, some pre-Iuca relics testifying to culture and strong artistic tendencies and soiuo of tho toxiles belonging to tho pre-Inca. period, ns well as to tho work of the great Inca area, have been handed' down in rare perfect...

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

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. 1. Cultivate and. perfect your idoos. Experiment. Tho world js oager lor Suiuotliidg new, which, kowover sim ple it may ou, will mivo labor, or ex pense, or do things uo-'tur Let it bo more convenient, or pioinoto pieasuw IfdUUO WU&le* Peopio u'uo handJo thiugs in ovory* day umj uro the .lutui'al inventors oi bolter things, and 'bo natural capital ists of to-morrow. ltoad uie splendid advice that Edison gives. Loam the procedure as to pa tenting m the chief countries,—tkca secure your own legal monopoly lor your rights by becoming a patontoo. 2. ir that, workman or ioreman, o*' your ingenious friend lias produced a cit-ver mvmiiun, put him on tko trac* fatuous and woaitky inventors. Air. h\ Tows-juU, an editor, says of tho "Inventor*' Guide": "X am rocom ineuduig it .strongly to friends. Bes-» of tho kind 1 liavo soen. It should da u Joj, oi good, Jt is an incentive to abou; [wm'Uw by tolling liim where bu can obtain tho "Inv...

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

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. BOL8 GIN PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 YEARS. NIACIN I ER'S Pure French Grape '.'BRAWPY co,^ LIGHTING SI'STUM THAT HAS ALL TH1 VANTAGES of Electricity at one-tenth tbt of installation, and ONE-QUARTER tbt cost of upkcop. The Gloria Syatom is the most | udvaucod typo of Potrol Gas Lighting, and dis pensea with all machinery. All that is necosuarj j steel reservoir, hollow (loxiblo tubing, an« tho separate lamps. There aro no pnrta to wear out, and no delicate devices to adjust. It. is so siinplo, so .strong, and bo durable that GUARANTEE tho system for on Over 750 plants in daily use in Vic jria r.lona. Agents wanted.—We still huvo open territory in country districts, where we want aotivo agents. SVrito for completo information ana •.•ataluttUea. GLORIA LIGHT CO., lo2 ELIZABETH stkeet (Opposite ytate Savings Bank), melbourne GATHEDBAL HOTEL SWANSTON STREET, and adjoin ing Fllnders-st. and Princes' Bridge Stations, MELB...

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