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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

Cominoinvealtb Mfe JBanft ofHiistvalia HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY Thii Il.vik U open for a!I cla«ie» of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, C3L.LINS STREET, MELBOURNE AIno at Sylnev, Canberra, AileUMe, Perth, Itolml, firMuur, UockhamjiUm, Towu*viIlc, ami I<op«!on. CaWe !»wle lo, ami ilrMts drawn on nlacc4 iliret*'.. I'Vireiirn V'JIh net'ollaletl ' collwJtel. Letters of credit. intie'l to am- part r»t iU:> «urM. IlilU r ' ' " c-ollrnfion. Ihiikiii.' ami i;\>!lia»s;e Iimim.--.. of ewrv <(c-:rii.timi (ran wealth, United Kin^loiu arid abroad. rurrum a vium* opened. Inl Advances nude against approved Mi urilie*. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Contral Office) 317 COLLINS STREET, MELDOURNe. Frenches lit the ahorc cities and 2,000 Agendo* «t I'ust "lli'-ei throughout the CnintnomrcaUh. Ooposlts from 1 /- to £300. ^ Intcroat at 3'.' per annum. " Deposits or Withdrawals may W- Jiiude at atir or AKcn<-\ uiihin tin CoiiimomreaUh JAMBS KI'l.L Dkhtt O...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

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Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Services. Services will be held on Sunday next as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

Church Services. ; "Sorviccn will bo huhl on Sunday next 'afj;follo\v8 1« PUKSIJVTKUIAN CllUltClt— Llllboit, 11 a.m.; Merttmn, l.*li") p.m.; Ultima, 4 p.m.» Wrtitchio Son li, 7..H) p.m.-Mr J. Ro« bcrtson. MKTfioixsT Cul'iu'H. —Ultima, 7.110 p.m., Mi? * Hotting* ; "Moutiim W. 11 u.m., JIc Nnltlcr ; Polisliot, J) p.m. •Mr Rollings ; Wuitohtc C.t 11 a.m. Mr. Rollings; W'ewin, l\ p.mi, Mr Thomas,' .

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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CHO BUSTING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

OHO BUSTING. ' really wild.-broncho is about tb® ^ •«-viy wildest,..toughest thing, on th«« • ' .^O •'.ircricfin'-^pntfneDt, His backbone itr.^ Ih'.e an ir*.-.n rod ; his legs' act ajr-k ~< . though' *thcy'^"\Ycro *- tull of powerful eteel springs, stit to work in ovcry direction at one anil the same time, and his stomach is made of a sub stance. akin to the toughest india ruhber. Some of them have. Ic:n branded so many times th.it iiicy look like what one snight imngino tho advertisement pages of a 20th century B.C. Egyntiau newspaper to have been like. The intensest- excitement prevailed when some unconqucred broncho— some oxccptially wild outlaw—wao let loo^e for a mad, fiery, almost in vincible struggle with an equally un conquerable rider. The horss hal been "roped" ut the otuiual round up for branding purposes, iu all pro bability, on more than one occasion, and is^_ thcrefora, somewhat familiar with this part of the • performance. He has forcible recollections of h...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

Personal. Tho friends of Mi<s M. Melndoe, who arc notr^rcady av<juamted with the fact, will he pleased to learn that she bus re covered from her serious illness sufficient us to warrant hot leaving the Swan Hiil hospital, after eight months indis position ut that institution. She ciimc to Ultima on Thursday Wsf, and was the recipient of many gi»od uishos for con tinned health. Miss McTud'n! intends leaving for her home at . Waitchio to IIIOI'I'IW. . ' Mr (J. Jafirey, manager of thcChillm* gollah bank, is at. present relieving Mr J3. T. Cowpe-. who with wifo, havj left TJHinia for a three weeks' holiday. Mr JaHVey has been transferred from tho Chiliingollah branch, and at the request of his friends who arc desirous of allowing their appreciation t«» hiiu as n citizen, will . visit the town' boforj jiolihally leaves the district. Tho many friends of Miss Spcody will regret to lcj>rn of her departure from this district on Wednesday last. Miss Spoody has nhvnys ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HE GAVE AN INSTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

1113 GAVE AN INSTANCE.^ That lawyers are not thn only, smart and clever. men iu Court was proved the other day. "I understand," snapped tlie irri tated legal lumiuary, "'that you pro fess to he a schoolmaster. Do you, ill your official capacity, happen to know anything about cause • aud ct-: feet?" "I do," replied tbc mild-faced' wit ness. "And will you kindly inform me whether the eflect ever precedes tlu cause ?" l"It doe-4'." "Oh I And when, may 1 aak ?" "When n barrow is wheeled by a man." The Court tittered, and the magis trate wiped his glasses. "You seem so clever," sneered th> lawyer, "that perhaps you will In form the Court how many sides ii circle has?" "Certainly !" replied th<* witness. "It has two." "Indeed! And what are thoy ?" "'An inside and an outside." Case adjourned. A maiden lady, Miss Cocker by name, and her niece who bears the same cognomen, went one evening to a reception at the house of a friend. "What name, please ?" iniuireuth* footman. "Miss ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WAITCHIE SPORTS MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

WAITCHIK Sl'ORTS MEETING. A sports met'tiiij,', to be followed by n • concert and danee, will be hold at Wait chie on March 7th. Tho different itenis on the sports programme (advertised iu anothei column) are well selected ones, and this combined with the liberal prizes ollered, should not fail to attract pedes trians from all parts of the district. The proceeds will go towards tho pithlie It ill fund, an t the movement is nil the move worthy of public patroiu^o on this ac count.- Messrs \V. ,1. Pritehard and .las. O'Connor has Uocn appointed lion, se^'s.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

TOO-WELL KNOWN 10 MEED ftN "AD." . * _—o This idea that you have lived so Ions | in town that e\erybody knows you atio . you don't need to advertise is a mistake. This very indifference to advertising-, indifieicncc to doing business as it is doo»» in this day and age, is what has, enabled the catalogue or mail ordct houses to grow from mere nothing to great concerns. The merchant who can convincc the people of his section, and keep them convinced that his store is the best place to buy this and that arti cle, will not lose uade to the mail order house. Of course he cannot afford 'to get out a catalogue as thick as a Bible, but he can keep an advertisement in his local paper, and see that it is change*"!, thus keeping new baigains continually befor the public. ,»Ie should also have . a mailing list, and send out a circular letter at least oncc a month. Don't look upon, your country newspaper as an object of cluu'.ty. Thcve is not a single country newspaper in'the State, with a gener...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
What is Supporting the Local Press? [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

What is t-'pporting the Local Press ? What is supporting the local, press:— Is it sending complimentary tickets ami handbills (printed in other towns) with a request to allcnd and give a report (for the good of the cause) of the concert, social, demonstration or religious meeting when tho same has not been advertised in the local paper? Ah ! no, my dear brctheni, it is not. Is It supporting the pros to give one inch " ndvt " ami want a £2 report? No, my dearly beloved brethcrn,' tho perspiring journalist cannot wash his , hands in inuoccnoy and tjnd bread, A:o., for I his family in kssb or i:s iussk, pay rent, I wages, taxes, and other heavy charges, | unless he is supporteddecently, unless all j printing be kept in tho district, or unless j ho receives good udvei Using support. I Nobvrttiistamliug.il custom very largely followed, X say don't be me.tn with tho press—encourage it and support it; don't send work (»ut of the district. Remem ber the press is what you make it. Press men ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

^£200 WORTH INDENT 'Ladies'- Hosiery . (?(. Mien's Hosiery ^ Ladies' Woven Underwear Qent's do. do. Latest Novelties. Worthy inspection. H. E. & M. A. CUTTLE - h - "This Way, (Opposite llftilway Station). Aniplu «cpoj)ji»oi3aUo)i on best Uuos. Choice cliunr»a»nc & wines Mo or Cars fur" Hire. W. J. CBBfrHSlSy, Proprietor. Alp. Van, Dillon Street, ULTIMA. Building Contractor, and Carpenter. •r -Estimates for fill classes of work. I'lans -v : ami Hpceiliciitions prepared. Blicks for sftlo in any quantity. NICHOLAS L. O'CONNOR, LLM. " B.A., Birris ter, Solicitor, Conveyan ctr. and Proctor, ULTIMA, ',Vv. A Commissioner of the supreme Court rW.• of the State of Victoria for taking Affidavits. Keeper* at Income Tax work. Upturns 1 "properly prepared iitamndcrato elwirgo ' Trust Money to Lend. TA1CHHL, DUNLCP StaALLlY AND b LMfR. SOLICITORS, BKNDIGO und HAG LKIIAWK, ][:ive opened un Oin?ICK IN ULTIMA, UihIlt the mnnn^oment of R. K KUHOOLINt-i ll.b. v Intermediate and Kinal H...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

For a Good Clean Meal Gall at W. FADERZENS. CKNTKAIj OOKl'IiH PALACE, Hatgfcavos Street, BBND1GO. ' (Opposite Markets.) I Three Courses-^523* Beds Is, "As Good as the Best." CONSIGN YOUR FAT LAMBS. SHIEP. CATTLE & PIGS 111U UUl} | Sheep, Cattlo, & Land Salesmer. BENDIGO and BRANCHES. Vf/HO hcis to announce to their clients * * ami the puUie generally thatthey | have appointed Mr J. Beaumont iw their n»ent in Ultima mid district. I Mr Beaumont will ho pleased to order | and secure trucks, arrange trucking anil Tlio fit in beg to announce that they are , gents n^svin thin season for the samo leading firm of exporter*, and all vendors of fiheep and lambs of nico quality can ! depend upon receiving satisfactory prices, t Our sales in .Bendigo are— MON DAYS—Sheep and lambs. TUESDAYS--Fat and Store Cattlo TIIUBSPAYS—Pigs, at our own | ] Bazaar. SA'I UtlMYS—Horses, at our o\ I Bazaar. KBGAK BEAUMONT, L< eal Agent, ] I Ultima. - VISITORS TO BENDIGO STAY AT T O'DON...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNO-V'V j Concerning some parts of this cxteis five district neu s tomes but t-eldom. This is noi entirely our fault tve have no miraculous pm- er of knowing what is happening at at! the places within our aica of circulation. It is the fault of residents in the silent places. Will sonic man or woman take the matter in hand and causc the silence to rcase. If no one else is doing it for your district will YOU try on these lines ? Send account^ of public and sucm! events in your to- nsliip or neighbour hood, such as v\C'iiings, deaths, aa:'ul ont-s concert*, • ts, social gatherings, matters touting; strict industries, etc. Wiitc the name. of persons and pla<.v-» very distinctly. Dou'C bother ; > !t grammar or spell i.ig ; it's the cdi '. work to look aftci tho-e trifles. 't ' : baiest skeleton is ciiou;;h. Wiiie only on . <►: side of the paper. (live infonnn but let critidsm alone. Wiise jour n- >• ind address on sonu corner—not lot >o!...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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IN THE EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

IN THE EVENING. The Kerang team was entertained at dinner in the evening at the Commercial hotel, where a first class menu was provided, to which, needless to say, full justice was done by all present. After all had satisfied the inner man a number of toasts were proposed and honored. Mr Fellows, who occupied the chair, said it gave him much plea sure in proposing the toast of "The Kerang District Cricket Associa tion." They had had a really good game that afternoon. The meetings of the Boort and Kerang associa lion teams every year were always looked forward to with pleasure, a; the games were played in a friendly spirit, and there was never any bickering. Neither side took it to heart whether they won or lost, although they both tried hard to win. The toast was drunk with musi cal honors. Mr Addison, in responding, said these annual fixtures between the Keraiig and 13ocrt Associations were, a pleasurable anticipation. The match that day was the best they li-la ever played. It was ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting Notes. DISTRICT CRICKET. THE ULTIMA TEAM DISQUALIFIED [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

Sporting; Notes. DISTINCT CBICKK.l'. THE ULTIMA TEAM DISQUALIFIED A meet ng of the Ultma ami District Cricket Association was hold atMcaliuu on Sau'rday evening last. There wero present—Messrs A. Grey, "M. O'JJvieu (Meatinn), Mqssvs Dotigias ami Letcher (rialber{)» and Mr W. .Leach (Uoschon). Ultima was not represented. It was decided to ro-eummenco the c< mpetitions on Feb. 7th. Owing to Ultima not hav ing fulfilled their engagements, it wa? unanimously decided thtil they be dis qualified in all future matches. The draw resulted in Ijalbert been pitted against Gos-cheu ; Mcatiau a bye.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. KERANG ASSOCIATION v. BOORT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

I CRICKEf. KEBANG ASSOCIATION v. BOOllT ASSOCIATION. The annual" match on the Boort ground between teams trom the above | associations was played on Monday a. . Both wove well represented, and a most, exciting match ended in a victory for BooTby K runs. Pint one Hido and then the other appeared to i'"®11.": best of it, but the tail end of the Jiooi t team warned so 8{|'onelynl'^.sVICxiie rested with the home play£'*-n„™L visitors were captained by Mi """J1 mond, and Mr Fellows commanded tin. "SSgSS first use of the wicket, and started off well, but at 11 .Rundlc was smartly stumped by Fe"°^'uf kJ, doubling the score Scott was <-d gh y Gr.wne, both wickets being ci edited to Baines. A good stand was made by the next pair, the score being: <lo»lulcd iurain. when W O'Donnell came to lht rescue by bowling Addison and J1;iVV k Willis caught olf him attor """?£ Drummond played a fine came fo . when he hit a ball back to Gontta, who willingly accepted it. ' he next th...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The South Sea Volcano. LETTER FROM A SPECTATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

The South" Sea Volcano. r.KT L'KR I'T.O.M A KI'ECT.VJ OR The following is an exlrnct from ■ a ■ le lev written b.v Mr Ernest Hobcrlson ;. (<<•11 of the local i'resbytorian Missionary) • narrating nn exceptionally thrilling ox* perienoe and marvellous escape from : heing swal.owed up in a ncwiy-formod crater of ft volcano on Ambrim, Now Hebrides, on Oth of December Just :-~ " We have just had rather a tragic ex. puiiont'o. Tho Ambrim volcano has blown us 'out of Jiou.se and home. Where tin; station and hospital wcro there i» : now u huge crater belching forth lava, steam and groat stones. On Palurdav,,. lith December, afternoon, wo could si-oV - liii; column of smoke coming from iho <>ld crater about 10 miles away, and after dark the whole hide of Ambrm) seemed • on lire. Somo of us go; on a Mi), and wc oonhl see the nay the lavastivom was running. About IJ p.m. a stream came into the . sea throe miles from Die station. All hands were on the beach ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CORRICKS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

THE CORRICKS. What should prove a musical treat is in store for Koort on Satur day, February 7th, in. the reap pearance ill the Mechanics' Hall of the famous Corrick Kntertainers. Their previous visits to these parts, and the fact that they attracted large houses showed that the esti mate formed of their abilities was in nowise over-rated. The Corrick Entertainers submit really first class musical programmes, and their efforts in this direction are considerably increased by the sup port of two splendid artists, viz., Mr James Caldwell, baritone vocalist, and Mr Charles Pickett, character comedian and enter taine:, of whom the l'ress speaks in the most glowing terms. Miss Elsie Corrick, who now heads this brilliant combination, possesses a charming soprano voice of most remarkable range and compass, and is nightly accorded ovations for her singing. Miss Ruby, cornnt and mellaphone scloist, Miss Amy, (lute and piccolo soloist. Miss Cor rick, pinniste and aecompaniste, ■ind Mr Leonard ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE MEMS. The Turn of the Tide. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

MELBOURNE MEMS. (From ck'k Spkciai. rhi'oiiter.) -The Turn of tlis Tide. Last year's tightness of money had its advantages. Not being able to borrow, the farmer has not to repay. Hence he is in a position to buy now that the soil has so bountifully enriched him. The present season is absolutely the best ever experienced in the North, wheat, wool, lambing and fruit returns having all been records,, while the butter output has exceeded the. most sanguine anticipations. Harvests are in, prices established, and expenditure carefully planned. .So now is the accepted time to advertise. —The Local Paper.— A country paper is a good adver tising medium, because of its pros perous class of readers, their loyalty to the paper, the extreme care aud thoroughness exercised by every member of the family in roading it. It is the historian of their town and district and faith fully.chrouicles all that happens to themselves, their relatives, aud friends. —Circulation Not Everything.— Circulation is n...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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THE HARVEST. The wheat returns on the Boort to Ultima line to date this season are as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

THE HARVEST. The wheat returns on the Boort to Ultima line to date this season are as follows :— Station Despatched On station Ultima 20,130 13,730 Meatian ... 21,432 [8,000 Lalbort ... 'M,032 14,000 Cannie ... 24,960 12,000 Quambatook ... 48,22" 30,000 Oakvale ... 20,873 10,000 Gredgwin ... 18,712 0,500 Banapoort ... 31,008 40,000 Boort ... 24,G20 35,000 The above returns show the har vest to have been a good one. The deliveries are falling off, but there j.is a lot of wneat yet to be delivered. The revenue to date will average about £1000 from each station.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Fire Brigade Races. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

Fire Brigade Races. Kerang was en fete on Founda tion Day, and advantage was taken to make use of the public holiday. Horse racing at Alex ander Park resulted as under:— Trial Handicap, 5 furlongs.—C. Lyon's Midlands 1; T. Barwick's Jay Pay, 2; T. S. Kelly's Lori Keet, 3. Betting: 2 to 1 on the winner. There-were seven star ters. Time, 1 min 6 sees. -- Handicap Trot, two miles. —D. Kervis' Kitty, 60 yds bhd., 1; M. W. Wilkin's Elmore, 200 yds bhd, 2 ; W. Moore's Osteralin, 250 yds, 3. Betting : 2 to 1 against the winner. Nine starters. Time, | 5.39 2-5. Fire Brigade Bracelet, 1 mile. —R. A. Benson's Bonadier, 1; T. Barwick's Miss Colin, 2 ; R. Webb's Caroun, 3. Betting: 2 to 1 against the winner, Seven starters. Time, 1.47 2-5. Maiden Plate, 5 furlongs.—M. Darwin's Jungle Town, 1; Dr, M'Eniry's Kilma, 2 ;C. Murray's Darrith Leigh, 3. Betting : 2 to 1 against the winner. Nine star i ters. Time, 1.5. Pony Race, 4 furlongs.—C. Griffiths' Devonshire Lass, 1; 0. Cullen's Innis Sheen, 2 ;...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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