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THE CURE CORNER. THE SICK ROOM IN WINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914
THE CURE CORNER. THE SICK ROOM IN WINTEK. There nro sovoral Email points, im portant in themselves, which must bo attended to in tho sick room in win ter, ouch as tho admitting of fresh air without causing draught; tho keep ing up tho firo during tho night with out disturbing tho patient, being very careful that tho chango of personal clothing aud sheets nro always woll aired, that thero aro two or threo hot water bottles at hand, and that a kettle of wator is always on tho boil in tho kitchen to fill them in caso of tho pationt having a chill. It is quite as important to *havo tho room well ventilated in winter as in summer, but sometimes it is moro difficult to accomplish, especially in rainy and windy weather. It can ho done, how over by openiug tho bottom sash a few inches, and tacking over it an old .blanket, then tho fresh air will filter through without, causing a draught. Tho thermometer must be examined from time to time, to seo that the room is of the light tmperature, viz...
TOO REALISTIC. Willie finally persuaded his aunt to play with him. The chairs were arranged in line and he issued orders:— [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914
TOO REALISTIC. ■Willie finally pprsuaded his aunt to play with him. Tlio chairs woro ar ranged in lino-and ho issued orders:— "Wow you uo.iiio ongincor, ana in bo tho conductor, -Loud mo your tva(eh and get into your cab." TJicu lie hurried, down ' tho platform, timo •jupco in hand. . "Pull out thoru you rod-headed jay'l" bo shouted. "Why:-\Villio I** oxclaimod Ilia aunt in ama^cuiunt. ''That's riRht, chtuv tho rag," lio re torted. "Pull out! Wo'ro fivo inin utco lato already." I Thoy havo had to forbid his playing dowiivby- tho trom 'torrainus. .It is estimated-that .'the motor-cars' nud cycles at presont running in Groat ISritnin '.and'.Irfitaud ogKrcRato a valua of approximately £55,000,000. , Work was commenced on tho ornu . lion of a small town to accommmlato tlio fhouaaudH of workmen employed at tlio : llosyth rf&Val baeo.
SEA KALE. A LITTLE-KNOWN VEGETABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914
SEA KALE. A LITTLE-KNOWN VEGETABLE. Tlioro is no more wholesome veget able than scakale, and among those who oro well acquainted with it there is nono mora highly esteemed. Along tho coast of Western Kurope, .including tho British Isles, it grows as a weed. It has a thick, fleshy root shock, which branches i'reely, and fleshy ovate leaves, with stout sheath ing stalks liko tlujt of celery. The part that/ is oaten is tho leal-stalk, which is made teuder and agreeable in flavor by forcing. Tho plants will grow in an ordinary garden soil, but, do best in :t rich sandy loam which has been deeply 'trenched and further enriched with well rotted farmyard manure. Propa gation can be effected either from roots or by seed, both of which may bo secured now from local seedsmen. SEEDING AND TRANSPLANTING. Sow tho seed in drills a foot apart aud cover with very lino sand. When largo enough, tho young plants shotiU bo judiciously thinned out to Mft-rd ainplo room for growth. The r'o'.Uv ing season...
GARDEN NOTES. HOT WATER FOB STRAWBERRIES [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914
GARDEN NOTES. HOT WATER FOB STRAWBERRIES . "Writing on May 12, *ho Paris cor respondent of a, London newspaper stated.:— Paris is-already in tho midst of tho strawberry season. Straw berries aro seen everywhere in t!no fruit shops and in tho restaurants, and it» soems that for years past they had not mado euch an early nppearanco on tables in Paris. Perhaps tho early abundanco of tho fruit is explained'by a nett discovery, which is already em ployed by many gardouers, namely, tho 11 so of warm .water in forcing tho plants. Tho hot water treatment ox ilowors and fruit plants has boon in uso to a cortain extent for tho Oast ton years, but its real advantages, it scorns, as rogards early fruits were not percoirod until last* winter. Tho old method of forcing in hot houses is well-known, but it is an oxpensivo ono, and gardenors have been looking for a substitute. It appears now that all that is nocessary is simply to pro tect tho plants against frost, and to wator them from timo to tim...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914
! ALWAYS (-JIVKS UKLLKF. I "Ever sin&lt;:e my ^nn Keggie was twelve ; months old 1 have given him Chamberlain's j Cough KemedY for eroun," *ay* Mr Joe Stephens Warren, N.S.W. "No matter how tyid the attack may 1k\ after 11 fow •loses of Chaml*crlain\s Cough remedy he lias olwuyt ,;bc«)n telioved. 1 haw, tyc-om mended Chamberlain's Cough Komnly to dozens of people ,uh I-eonsider it the Ifest remedv fur-croup or colds, and would nut bo wiOiout a b'uttlo jn the hmi^e." The «unlit i*le-&lt; of the summer «e:t (Jleanied gay in the waters blue. Hut t!ie heart of the m/iu was ill at r:iaot And his ht>v was of pallid hue. Hut his Mini revived when a boat arrived With a earj."» of life renewer. He laughed like a hoy—lie wu&lt; full of jov When he'd taken Wood'* iVpjNTMifit Cure. SOROS S LIQUID l-ACK POWDER In these days of out-door life—motoring, yolfing, boating, etc.—a reliable and harm less liquid face powder is one of the neces sities cHifc. SOKOdtiS LIOUIU I'A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914
'TIS NEVER TOO SOON TO MENID the: mendall repair kit MENDS'EVERYTHING Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Harneis, Saddlery, ?■« . XfCather and Rubber Goods, Tin and Metal Ware, Glass, China, and Wooden Articles, &c, A PATCH IN TIME MAKES ALL THINGS PRIME ;r YOU CAN DO IT YOURSELF. ' SAVES TIME AND MONEY. Needed Every Day and Most "Nights You will Wonder how you ever did without it. 8t*R(J*r&lt; th»t Ukw S«w'iofj fii* »Yd Borlnf k*ii,V\A w^rapji^iippl/of P'VlM.1".' for - * *-*•- «( CfttTMMkl C«ta«aV(M Street^ Melbourne C. E. MILLER! A3TO 00., The FURNITURE REMOVERS AND STORERS. 317 COLLINS STREET, MELB~ 'Phones—9278—027B. Large number Tans constantly travelling country; we want back loading.- Write na. II railing, consign to as, Spencer Street, and advise. Stores, Brick, subdivided in small rooms at onrrent rates. We have VANS RETURNING to MELBOURNE during JULY AND AUGUST from— Camperdown, Colac, Cressy, fiee - long, Warragul, Drouln, Bendlgo, Castlomalne, Benalla, Wangaratta. B...
Cycling and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914
Gycling and Motor Notes. [By ur Special Correspondent] The Australasian half-mile flying start motorcycle road rocorrl has been again equalled, the rider on thin occasion being a V\ iHtniliiiu named R. Wigmore. His per formance was accomplished on a 7 h.n. Twin machine, and tho ride electrically timed. The record stands at 26 I -5th fie cowls to the I'redit of E. E. Kostcr, of South Australia. Thin time lias now been twice equalled, first by K. Mayman, Vic toria, and now by Wigmore.' The speed attained works out at C8J miles j»er hour. The previous holder of 1-hc Adelaide* Broken Hill record, Mr S. A. Cheney, of Adelaide, intends at an early date making an attempt to regain tho record winch at present stands in the name of M. Aunger, whoso time for 323 miles was 9 hours 48 minutes. Aungcr drove a 35 h.p, Overland and Cheney will again select a Kord for tho attempt. A very line ride was recorded by K. 'fylor, in the Victorian Motor Cycle Club's 10 miles roiid race last week, over an ...
LIGHT ENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914
LIGHT ENOUGH. A landlady, wlioso roputatron for ovoifooding hor boarders was nob groat, brought in tho Buppor-tray, and aftor Hho'had t>ot tho various items bofore tho solitary boardor, eho said, ' 'Shall I light tho gas?" - Tho lono ono lookod at tho scanty meal boforo him' and roplicd: "Well, no, it isn't necessary—tho supper is light onough." Tho aggregate net debt of London secured on two rates on March 31, 1 !»'}. was £10S,973,075j a dccrcaso of £1,181,''151 compared with tho amount a yoar boforo.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914
WARDS IT''OFF.'. I "Un^l I wis rcconimcnriud to try I Clianilimaiu's Cough Remedy I suffered | continuously with colds -On thu* chest," write* Mi« M, Klimgan, "Cartermm," Ward.street, Kiilgoorhu, W.A. '"Now when I nntice the slighicHl sign' of a cold I i tuko-a couple «jr' «lost?.s of Cimtnhcrliiin'.H I Cough Remedy and the cold in warded off." I
A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914
A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. Tho foud mother of a boy, whom sko dearly hoped would oyontually becomo a minister, sent him into tho country and uftor a woek of nnxioty, received tho following lottor: — •*1 ^ot horo all right, and I forgot to writo boforo. It is a vory nico placo to havo fun, A follow and mo wont out in a boat-, and tho boat tip | pod over, and a man got mo out, and i I was so full of water that I didn't know ■ anything for a long; tirao. Tho othor boy has to bo buriod when tboy find him. "A horeo kicked mo, aud I've got to havo somo money to pay tho doo tor for mendinc my head. It was broken a bit. Wo aro going to sot an old barn on firo to-night, aud I'm not your son if I don't havo somo real fuu. I lost my watch, and I am vory sorry. I shall bring homo a toad and a tamo rook if I cnti got 'otn in my trunk/'
What Dyspeptics Should Know. PHYSICIAN'S TIMELY ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914
What Dyspeptics Should Know. PHYSICIAN'S TIMliLY ADVICE. The fact that few dyspeptics really understand the cause ot their 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 prpsence 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 no unpleasant after-effects. iJalf a teaspoonful taken in a little water after meals is usually quite suffi cient to keep the food contents of the stomach free from ferm...
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914
OF RURAL INTEREST (By "ftuatieus.") iUr.-iM. O'Callaghan, Chief of tho dairy branch oi mo .\.i>.\V. Depart ment ot Agriculture, deserves tho gra tijitfdo of all interested in tho dairying industry in Australia lor bis iorciblo putting of the position with regard to die meuuco oi' margarine. It was in tho course oi an address to bucter fac tory managers upon the many phases ot tho butter substitutes question. Mr O'Callaghan warmly tool; up the cud ge.'s iroiu tho butter producer's point ot view. iio said that if tiio same rate oi wages woro payable in connec tion with tho growing and harvesting oi tho nuts for margarine manufacture as woro payable ia connection u tho production of buttor, but when tho dairying industry, whieii was carried on by whito labor, was asked to compote with tho nut oil m dustry, earned on by black labor, there was 110 gainsaying tho fuct thai tho dairying industry must suffer in tho question of prices. Tho Com monwealth was aiming at a " wmto Australia," ...
Sandhurst Trustees Co. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914
Sandhurst Trustees Co. Mr 11. Abbott presided over the half-yearly meeting of the Sandhurst and Northern District Trustees. Execu tors Company, held last week. He stated that the balance-sheet would be presented at the end of the next term, and. proceeding, said "The half year is up to the average of previous years, but as a number'of the estates handled are small, and the amount of work en tailed equal to the administrative work required to handle much larger estates, this leaves us at a considerable disad vantage in comparison with the com panies established in Melbourne. There the volume of business to be handled and the value of the individual estate is much greater. Shareholders can do much to assist in building up the busi ness by advocating and recommending to their friends its appointment as executor or trustee at every oppor tunity. Trustees und executors also who find the duties of their trust, too onerous and irksome, or who for any other reason wish to be rid of the re s...
HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. The Australian, Mercantile, Land and Finance Co., Ltd., report:— [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914
HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. I The Australian, Mercantile, Land I and Finance Co., Ltd., report: — Sheepskins—Owing to the war crisis in Europe, sales were postponed. hides — GooJ • catalogues at this week's sales: kips were unaltered, light-weights showed a weaker tenden cy, and all other weights declined $d per lb. Tallow—Competition throughout, way keen and no changc was noticeable.
TERRIBLE BURN ON PALM OF HAND [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914
TEKKIBLH JUJRNON I'ALM OK HAND "Oni* night I htnu-k a match and the whole hox went oll'in my hand and I had u terrible hum ucm- tin- palm," sav* Mr J. It. Wursley, Margate. Tna, "The pain wiw something uwiul. 1 wont into tin Htoif ami looked lor something to relieve and noticed the won I 4hnrnH' on the label o[ Chamberlain'* l'ufn Haltu. I lMiured tin' Italm freely on my hand and (ho pain quickly disappeared and 1 wa* uMe tu go l i sleep. In the muiMing 1 founl the .skin whole ivnd the hum quickly healed without isvou leaving fear/
PUN ON THE TROOPSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914
PUN ON THE TROOPSHIP. Homeward bound from India, sorao (our years ago,, the following amusing sxperience befeL me. Having turnjd in one night in my hammock, I must ! lave been sleeping peacefully, when I .wdA awakened by a violent blow on the hack of my head*, and found my iclf fitting on the deck. Letting out * yell, "She's struck a rock," I was about to rush to 'tho women's quarters,, where my wife was when I heard roars of laughter. Turning round, I saw the reason—I tuid beeu dreaming, and just at the :ritical moment the cord of my ham mock had broken and landed me on the deck. NeedleBB to say. I heartily joined in tho laughter against my self.
PERSONAL EXPERIENCES. SURVEYING IN UGANDA. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914
PERSONAL EXPERIENCES. SURVEYING IN UGANDA. The worst fright I C7cr hart occur red about two years ago. t was in Uganda 011 a special surveying ex pedition, and it was my duty to tanoe round the crocodile infested lakes and surrey the coast lino. THci native "dug-outs" were the only aonts available, »nil very easily over turned. Th.^y are mann:d by about ;welve natives. One day wo were rome distance out from the-shore,, v.h?re there was about twenty feet of water, when we ran nto n herd of hippopotami. Thn aatives frightened them out of'sight iy knocking Lbs paddlss against the tides of the boat. Most of them raniphed by KinV.tn^ to the bottom; SV« thought we were clear, when frer. lently one huge brute-came to the surface to breathe, and knocked our ^oat completely over. It was All lone in a moment. Crew, myself, and baj;£a«cc, were precipitated . nto the lake. Now f did not fenr the hlppo/ota ni, but I lanw that deadly man-cat njc crocodiles lurked in the depths ind vrere always cn...
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER X. A CA[?]OPHE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 7 August 1914
——THE" ' . MASTER PASSION. CHAPiEll X. A (JAxASiitUi'liE. "Nob going?" • exclaimed .Miss lini bazon, raising her voice almost to a bcroam, us lier niece stood boioro her, lior proud head drooping, and her pa!e lips qiiievring. "i'ou. will throw a>vny every advantage for which 1 itavo toil ed and labored nil those months! Xou will leave him lor a whole day wi h that woman who is doing her very ut most to supplant you, aud is determin ed to get him for herself I You will undo ail tho good that has boon done by your lucky accident, and you won't bo coutfciiJ mil you'vo worried your poor aunt into nor gravel" "Is it my fault it I wake with a headaeho?'.' her voice weary and sad, after tho exhausting conllicfc sho had been waging with her heart through the long sleepless hours of tho nigh . "Ahearachel Pahawl as if you had not gone out a hundred times with a splitting head, if you thought thero" was a chance of seoing this young Dev orel in tho How, or at a tea-squash. "VVha^s como ov...