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HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. The Australian, Mercantile, Land and Finance Co., Ltd., report:— [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. The Australian, Mercantile, Land and Finance Co., Ltd., report: — Sheepskins—The market for all classes was firm at the rates ruling for the last auction sale. Hides—Good catuloguos were offered at auction this week. The market was firm. AH weights sold in sellers' favor Tallow—All classes declined 5S per ton, whilst badly rendered lines were difficult to dispose of. Donald Gillies and J. L. Bales anticipated fthe opening day of the duck season, and are now re gretting their impetuosity: They shot eight mountain ducks, which are useless for table purposes, and, at the Donald court, it cost them two valuable guns as well as fines and costs amounting in all to exactly £15. I trust this will act a deterrent to other so called sportsmen. To-date, 48,223 .bags of wheat | left the Quambatook railway sta tion for the seaboard. At pres ent there are stacked in the yard and shed some 30,000 bags. Mr J. M'Carthy, S.M., and Mr F. Danaher, assistant, are to be com plimente...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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PRODUCE REPORT. Gippsland and Northern Co-operative Selling Co. Ltd. report:— [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

PRODUCE REPORT. Gippskind and Northern Co-operative Selling Co..Ltd. report: » Butter-Choicest lWd, good to prime to 10'{d, dairies to 8d. ! Eggs -Ordinary 8df new laid lO.ld. Bacon—Prime light sides to lOd, hams to Is Id. GRAIN. Wheat—Good to 3s Cd Oats—Milling Is 1 Od, best food to Is 9d, medium Is 8d. Chaff—Choice oaten £3 5s 6d, prime to .£3 2s (id. Potatoes—Carmens to L4 10s',. pink eyes £3 to £3 5s. Onions—Globes £6 5s to £7

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

, U/tima Siocfe: Sale ' '*? ** NEXT SALE s * Tuesday, Feb, 10 Thos. Morrow and "Co. *TJ~AYE timcli ptoaHurc: in annnnnciug :v .1*1 fo the public tlmt thoy have now ""lecidcd to hold Fortnightly Sales, ami Imt Mr It. 1*. I'uicoll, Auctioneer, will ic stationed at Ultima, and wil icoiuluct v , nles throughout tho district. The firm opes by strict attention to business, to ■ nont tho patronage of tho public gene rally* j OFFICE—BROOKS' HOTEL. Ultima Stock Sale. rplIOMAS MORROW ami CO. vil *• offer at their Yards — TUHSDAV, 1'BBMO Further entries inntcd. j THOS. MORROW & CO., Auctioneers. , Ultima. j LALBERT Saturday, Jan. 31, '14 THOS. MORROW & CO DESIRE tn announce that at the re quest of numerous clio i.uand re sidents of the district they have 'ierided to hold REGULAR SALES OF STOCK at Lalbert, ths next of such sales lo he held; on above date at the hotel yards, when they will otfer— Sheep Cattle Horses Entries invited, to be sent to our local representative— Mr VAND...

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

IBonninglon's Irish Moss I

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

BQORT A meeting of the members of tha Boort Fire Brigade Band was held in the brigade hall on Thursday evoning last. The president (Mr T. A. Gawne) presided, and there was a good attendance. A state ment of. the result of collections at the Hospital Sunday services was read by the secretary (Mr P. Milli ken), and was as follows .-—Boort £1/3 Is 7d, Lake Mernn £16 Gs 6d, Barrapoort £14. 7s lid, Marmal £fl 17s -Id, I.eaglmr ,£17. Total, £77 13s -Id. In addition to the above amounts several bags of wheat h ve been promised by some of the fanners of Marmal. The expenses amounted to 7s Gd. The statement was considered most satisfactory, the collections being a record. JJr Milliken moved, Mr Cameron seconded, that the sum of £10 be donated to the Bendigo hos pital, and the balance to the Iugle wood ■ hospital, Carried. JVIr Cameron moved,Mr Lacy seconded, that Mr I;'. Milliken be nominated as life .governor of the Bendigo hospital. Carried. The chairman moved, Mr Cameron seconded, that th...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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F.A.Q. Standard Fixed. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

F.A.Q. Standard Fixed.-! Tlie fixing of the- f.a.q. (fair avor age quality) of Yiotoriun whoat was undertaken 011 Friday by cln corn trado sectional committee of the Chamber of Commerce, in the invi ted prcseneo of representatives of the metropolitan press. The De partment of Agriculture also was invited to bo represented at tlio function, hut no oflicer of that de partment attonded. The standard is established on the basidvof samples, of which on this occasion about 800 were received from grower* and other-;. Following the usual prac tice, these were thoroughly mixed up in a heap, and the weight of tlio grain that is required to till a vessel having a guaranteed internal capacity of exactly one imperal bushel, less a concession of| lb. for tlio "draft on tbe tare," is oecepted as tlio stan dard of a, bushel of tbo f.tt.q. of the season's wheat, expressed in avoirju pois. -This year there was a wide variance in tbu grade of the sampler submitted. From the northern ureas, and especia...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Donaldson's Doings. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

Donaldson's Doings. • Writing from Cardiff the Aus tralian trainer, Mick Terry, says: " Just a line to let you know we are all well, particularly Jack Donaldson). VVe did once intend coming to Australia, but as I am hot on the trail of the coach and trainer's job for the English Olympic team, I have other cards to play for a while. The athletic committee is' much slower at raising the necessary funds than was anticipated. • A total of £11,000 has been collected to date, arid if no more comes to hand it is intended toappointagencral coach who will supervise the whole of the work of the English repre sentative athletes. I missed the' German billet, for which I thought I had a good chance. It was given to the distance runner Kranzelien, at a salary of £20C0 a year for five years Foreigners seem to think that Americans know more about athletics than anyone else, but Australians will do me for knowledge of the busi ness, and any Yankee would find it out, too. if he followed the professio...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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The Ultima Star & Chlilinoollah Express Friday, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

T,be, Gltima Star Si ChlitinoollAh €*pm9 Friday. January '10. A horso will travel «10<> yards in *Vf, minutes at a walk, 40:1 yards m two minutes nt a trot, ami 100 yards in one minute at a gallop Tim usual work of a horse is taking at 22,oOO lb. raised one foot per ininuto for cifchf- hours per day. A hnr.se will enrry 2.i0 lb. lifl miles per day of oiyht hours. An av er/>ge draught' lioi'.so will draw 1000 II). 251 miles per day on a level road, weight of wag yon included. The average weight of n horse is 1000 lb; his strength is c<juu! to thai of five men. In a horse mill, mov M inir feet por.secmid, track 2.3ft. diameter, he exerts with the machine the power of •U horses. The greatest amount ahorse bun pull tu a horizontal Jim* is 000 2b. ; hut lie can only do this momentarily ; in ■ continued exertion probably balf of this is the limit. He attains his growth in fivo years, will live 2o days on water without solid food, 17 days .without cut .iuy or dr...

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

A Public Appointment. We have much pleasure in an nouncing that, at a meeting of the . Executive Council of the State of Victoria held on 20th. inst., His Excellency the Lieuten ant Governor, appointed Mr G. C. Berrett, J.P., of Quambatook, an assignee of Insolvent Estates. The official notification will ap pear in the Government Gazette of 28th inst. We heartily con gratulate Mr Berrett, who has been for a lengthened period, a leading business and public man in our township. The position of official assignee is a great distinc tion to Mr Berrett, but the ap pointment is no less a favor con ferred upon Quambatook. It is well known, in legal circles, that before Mr J. Drysdale Brown ceased to be Attorney General, the Department had come to the conclusion that a rearrangement of Bailiwicks and legal districts was absolutely necessary, and, owing to its central position, Quambatook was marked out as a place where sittings of Courts of General Sessions and County and Insolvency Courts s...

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A Mallee Dust Storm. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 30 January 1914

A Mallee Dust Storm. Powerful were the influences of the atmosphere on Sunday even ing. Nebulous clouds floated up from the west and came rolling onwa..ds. Each and everybody was agog: with excitement and fear, awaiting The Black Drought of 1903. That was the time when inhabitants knelt in prayer and thought they were going to Eter nity. It became so dark that a hands-breadth away was invisible Though Sunday's storm was not like unto this, it was a phenome non once seen, aye, never never forgotten. The magnificent cre ation was the cynosure of all eyes. Dust, smoke and cloudlets foregathered and entwined, un til one mighty mass came thun dering onwards and yet ever on ward. In shape, it assumed a pinnacle at the apex, swelling outwards right and left. In color it was an ominous blackish-grey, superseded by purple and anon to that of the Imps of Darkness. There was a rushing, mighty wind behind it, and the pent-up powers of superfluous energy came wondrously swift. But, the mighty ma...

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

Woods' Groit Peppermint Cure, < Vol* Coughs and Cold, novor latls, Is Od „For Dronchiul Cough* tiiko Woods' Groftt Peppermint Cure. Is fid For children's hacking cough nt night, Woods' Great Popjj mint Cure, la Od

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

WEDDING BELLS ; _ ALDIE—PATNTER. ~ A very pretty wedding was cele brated at the residence of the hridu's parents on Tuesday, 30th December, when Mr John H. R. Aldie, eldest son of Mr and Mrs David Aldie, of TrenUiam, was married to Miss Annie Painter, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Pointer, of Leaghur. The ceremony, which took place at 6 p.m., was performed by the Rev. J. k IJi!lt of Boort. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a charming dress of white pailette silk, trimmed with lace, and also the usual wreath and veil. She was attended by two brides maids—Miss Doris Aldie (sister of the bridegroom), who wore a dress of cremc silk, and Miss 3?lorrie Loader, wearing a dress ef cremc resilda, Mr 11. Painter, jnr., offi ciated as best man, and Mr \V. Painter as groomsman. Immedi ately after the ceremony the young couple led the way to a large marquee, in which the wedding breakfast had been prepared. Seating accommodation had been provided for over 120 guests, and was...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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THISTLE DESTRUCTION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914

- I THISTLE DESTRUCTION! BILL. Tho Municipal Association of Victoria I has written to the Gordon Shire Coun- I cil relative to the bill to further amend I •the Thistle Act now before Parliament, ! . and also forwarded a copy of the BiU. i CrJones thought the lirst 8 clauses of the Bill were all right, but the ninth clause was ton drastic H j moved that the first eight clauses bo .supported.— ihis was seconded by Cr Malone. The voting was even—four for the motion, and four against. The president gave his casting vote against the motion and declared it lost. Gr Esler stated that all the saffron thistles could not be destroyed between Durham Ox and Boort, as the men could not be got to do the work. Cr Malone thought that half a chain in the .paddock should be cleared and also on the roads. J hat was a fair thing and the council should make an effort to have thi3 carried out. If individual ratepayers did not cut the thistles the council would have to do it. ♦ .•Cr Jones agreed with Cr M...

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Korong Vale Railway Traffic [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914

Korong Vale Railway Traffic At the Gordon Shire council moot-I / ing on Wednesday a' letter was re- j ccivcd from the Railway department . - (in reply to a letter from the council asking that the trains bu despatched moro expeditiously from Korong Vale) stating that the work of re _ arranging and enlarging the Korong Valo station yard is now well in hand,, and until such timo as it i* completed the Commissioners re gretted it was not practicable to make any better arrangement than jit present exists for the despatch of trains from the station. It had been . rceogmsed that trains have nnt been despatched from Korong Vale as thsy should he, but this was entirely due to want of accommodation in the station yard, and as soon as the increased fac'iiities have been pro vided it is anticipated that there will bo no cause for further complaint in this direction. Cr Barnes remarked that he had been in the train at Korong Vale and it had stood waiting at the platform half an hour and more{ an...

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IN THE WRONG PLACE [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914

IN THE WltONQ PLACE "Pity about Brown, isn't, itp Huvo you Iivartl about itP" . JJNo. What in itp" ,„;r'W1!y' Jl0's i"1^ 11 f|un"<=i with his J ,, bucauso bo's taken to woarini! ISm if' ftn tlioy'ro parted." ' . Unit a n trivial matter isn't itP Sim,cannot oaro much for him," Ah, but eio. found. tiiia on fja

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MELBOURNE MEMS. Not Leaving Bendigo. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914

MELBOURNE MEMS. ' T'kom our sri ciai. Reporter.) •r^Not Leaving Bendigo.—. For some time past there have been persistent rumors that the firm of H. A1. Leggo,and Co. are closing up their Bendigo factory, and that they intend to confine operations to Melbourne, where large premises have been secured in Flinders Lane. What gave additional color to the report was the fact that all advertising has been withdrawn from the Pendigo and country papers. Meet ing Mr Leggo to«day*the present writer asked if the rumor was true. "Not a bit of it," said Mr Leggo. "We have not the slightest intention of closing our Bendigo works. As to extending to Melbourne, we are doing that, and i to-morrow I start for Sydney for the purpose of procuring suitable premises for opening there. This is good news for .bendigo, as it could ill <\ftord to lese so energetic a citizen as Mr H. M. Leggo. —Pendigo Looking Up.— Although things have been very Hat in Aclbourne, Pendigo has more than held its own. ...

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INTERESTING INVENTIONS COMING AUSTRALIAN PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914

iNTERESTING INVENTIONS OOMXNO AUSTBAI.TAN PATENTS. ft i.«. roport»*1 bv tho well kno'vn Ph font Attorneys. Messrs. f?. O. Tnrri if Co.. nf "The Rialto." Collin* Street Melbourne, thnt in tho ordinary course Patent's of the* Commonwealth will Ik granted in reajmct of sill or most of fbe ! following inventions. Complete nuo rifiontinni and drawings are publiclv Milkii.g M. chine—hnnd op«3i'uwx? ^031H—127o)—The teats are noted upo») bv pads controlled by cords. — A. P ICeyinnn, puro'K.sor 1'iom J. NeJfeon Denmark. Cultivator {('.310—127-")—/. ^b:»nno iron frame, triangular with devicen t*; r?c. :vo nnd hold iwinos.—A. E. Mile*. Vir^ri-t. Wire Strainer and Twister (63S0 127V)—A yok«'/ carries a r-inch barrel, '•pririe horns, otc.—J. O'Oallagban , Victoria. Head Goar for Windmill (C559-— UJ7.S)—This pujnp mill has toothed to duotion pear in an oil tight casing with '.>il distributing devioes. — J. Alston I V;ctorM-. Detachable scarifier sharo (6616 ; I27t>)—"Wrought motal with the ...

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Potato Spraying LIME-SULPHER EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914

Potato Spraying LIMH-SULPMUIi RXPERIMENTS. In a report giving the results of to cont tostBj sho demonstration farm iu £\aw lork hitato says it seems evident, that limo-sulphur is -not destined to take the place of Bordoaux mixturo as a spray tor potatoes, In spito of thu fact liiat it is cheaper and no doubt' very convenient to uao. Under inure favorable conditions, in which latu blight occurred earlier in tho season ana to a greater extent, the treatment with l:me-sulpliur might havo produced different results, but at present is uot promising. Tiie lime-sulphur proved iiarmloss to tho potato foliage as far as burning w concerned, but it proved to iiavo. a .distinct dwarfing effect quite similar, to 'that noted in tho previous season's ox periinent. Tho lime-sulphur also lack ed tiie beneficial or stimulative eihet derived from tho Bordeaux mixture, which preserved tho foliage, prolonged tho lifo of tho plants, ana thereby in creased the yield even in tho partial absenco of fuugus d...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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The Benefit of Legumes [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914

The Benefit of Legumes It is a well known fact that a vig orous leguminou* crop such us peas or clover enriches tho land in nitrogen and that another crop, say wheat, or oats, following in rotation \v\U benefit ; i'rom the nitrogen residues., ltecent investigation.-, .show, however* that t:io cereal may derivo benefit from tho "o^ unio even when both are growing at the same time. In tho "Jour. Agric. Kei.," vol. 3, experiments aro describ ed bearing this inference. Oats were grown in quartz sand in small pots placed in larger pots also filled with quartz sand, but growing peas. Tho inuer pots thus grow oats only and tlo larger outer pots peaa only, and in both eases all tho necessary plant food4 wero added ©xeept nitrogen. Tho inner pots wero of two kinds. Wliero thyy wore of tho ordinary porous pattern tho oats grew vigorously. In tho latter ease it is believed that solublo nitrogen ous matters diffused through tlio inner pot from the peas growing outsido. Confirmation of these res...

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