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ON GOLDEN WINGS. CHAPTER XXII. "OUT WALTZ—MY LAST." [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
ON -G'ULfiEH WINGS. (iiy W. Howiill Poole). • ' | CILU'i-'jilt XXII. •'OUlt WAl/lZ—All" LAST." TIiuu iiiiit been gathered into mv | •.■--.uaric'fatojV ' • • I ,Too- muoii,—Heinuus. • I : l'jmvood-Manoi•.-had n0fc known. ior »nm> yea is &uclt gay lostivity. A few days .after tfco'Jiuue-a gnaut' bull. was ! at Its heighv. In the b-.nyuc.. - hall, adorned wuh Imo/old portralts-in jieavv uaCui iranies, tons-MM ig without, om Ji-sjuH, and 111 idlhs^h l oidtr, tlie pedj- : tUL oj_ibo Auairs lor. many Kenera uonn, witu tlieir inexorable motto, l>'iat Jiiscitw runt cqeliim, 'ut'gfavcn each on ' oval plato of. long oori-odid''-'■'■'silver- ■ and whore, in days, oi ngone, rnuuy courtly. gathering uad. assembled upon i ° " s'l" : uau ! sot upon somo valorous 'exploit of arms- i or wliero nmnj veto clandestinely- cou-I lBHcd to deciplizr some l'eudal niauoeu- I vro-in tlioso ancient days of chivalry—j tlicro sat now, aroiiuu the Miniptuously "''■nislied. table,- a" brilliant assem...
Sees all Things Reversed [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
Sees all Things Reversed A boy who sees everything upside down, writes from rig Jit to ioft, *n vurts all his loiters and iiguies, and draws uud copies any objects the wrong way up, has boon discovered at Chester lo Street, Durham. Ho is 6 years old, and his case presents many similarities to litat of an American buy reported recently. in an interview with tho.boy's tcaoh cr, a pressman obtained an idea 01 tuo peculiar working of the b.>y's uiinti. Not only dues Jio write up.sido down, the teacher said, but ho also sees up side down. l''or instance, if ho lias 10 write a .small "Ji" the result is a "v" written backwards; that is to say, no commences to form the letter at the tail end and work backwards. The same operation takes pmoo when ho forms tho letter "u" or "in," tho ef fect being that tho letters aro written •'n" anil "w" respectively. His mind acts in a similar topsy turvey manner when ho is sot to copy any figure or outline drawing. His reading, however, is uot affected...
Grit for the Fowls. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
Grit for the Fowls. Some people liavo the impression that * V- ; ,; it in not necessary to supply grit to 1 fowls which aro on free range, as tho birds will find suflicicnt lor their needs. ' . v This may be truo when tkcro is a gravel road or .scashoro, etc., near by to which V tho fowls have access; othorwiso uot. ' •• In a month's tuno a largo flock of ?• wis daily foraging over tho -»aino space will dear away all tho suitable grit from a largo area. Unless the folws can range whore thore is an unlimited supply of grit, il will bu necessary to provido thou Willi a supply alter a certain length ot ihrie, iio matter how much tango thoy enjoy. Oa land where poultry had ne\er been kept ebioro, a ilook might pcss.uly get along for several yOars \\:ih tho .grit which the fowla could itiid ikt liand, but except in favoreo snuat.ons tho grit supply runs out. So tiu poultry keeper must supply the lai.V. Gi il may bo bought,* as there aro many brands in the market. But with a grit mill and...
BOORT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
BOORT. The duel; season opens on Wed nesday next. Game is not so plenti ful on the lakes here as in former years. In the four-men reel race at the Kerang fire brigade races the Boort team, represented by B. Wilson (hydrant), J. Storey (branch'), G. Parkinson (coupling) and R. Mc Lennan (pole), was successful. The .race was won in good time. In ilia Marshall event R. Wilson tied for first place, but was disqualified for having his hose crossed Among church happenings in Boort we remind our readers that Sunday, loth of February, is the last Sunday in the tenure of the Rev. J. R. Hill, as vicar of the parish of Boort. On that date he will give farewell addresses at St. Andrew's Church, Boort, and St. Luke's Church, I'Vrnihurst. The succeeding clergyman,' the Rev. I'. E. Lewiu, Th.L., will be -inducted 011 Friday evening, 20tli inst., at 8 p.m., in St. Andrew's Church, Boort. On that occasion the Rev. C. C. Grant, R.D. of St. Augustus, Inglewood, will be the occasional preacher and the ...
INGENIOUS CYCLE INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
INGENIOUS CYCLE INVENTION. Messrs. Brown and Ttoss, of Wythy bed Green, Alvechurch, Worcestershire j send uh particulars of a very inter- I csting indention which they have pa- | lented. All users ol cycles know the Wttle troubles attendant upon chain adjustments—unscrewing the nuts on ! the back hub, making the adjustnunt ; and tightening up again- Jn the case of some makes of speed gears, also, ; the rod moving the clutch has nl.-so to be loosened in accordance with the alteration. Hut lirown and Hops's idea is to malic possible these atten tions without, touching the hack wheel, and this is done hy making the chain wheel, bottom bracket a'le" and cranks all in on? piece. A gooil idea • of tlie working of the arrange ment is- given in our illustrations. Fig. 2 shows the groove into: which slides.the part shown in Fig. 1. The latter coulains the axle, chain wheel, and crank's. Fig. 3 shows the device in position, tightened by means of the nut in the' bottom of the frame. To slacken...
Ultima Court of Petty Sessions Thursday, Feb. 5th. Before Messrs. J. F. Pennefather, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
Ultima-Court ofj-cciy - Sessions" Thursday! Feb. Stli, Mvjfore Messrs,' J. F. I'enncfAthcr, I'.M. Percy Pratt applied for a gavni- • •slice order agiinso J. Uoiiibardurie.' in pursuniu* of an order obtained .by himv»fi>vinst .1. H. Hognn for 10 13s. Mr ,Schooling represented th« complainant, and Mr N. L. 0 Con nor the garnishee. _ J. H Hogan, eoachbuitder, Lilti niu, aaidj that Hombarderic bioughl v Uis buggy to lie repaired . lie en gaged Ryan to do the iron work,. and paid Iiiin £7 -U for same. Hiv. also sold Uoinlmrdorio u second-bond hood for £8 10s, and two In nips Tor . £1 flj. The total ecst of tho work done and goods sold was £21 17 s £10 of this livd bacn pjuJ, having a balance of £ 14 17s. _ To Mr O'Connor: Boinbrrdene . told mo to repair the buggy thoroug hly. I swear I put 28 new spoke.-, in the wheels. I said he could have tho hood tor _£•'! 10i. lie examined it thoroughly bjfore talcing delivery- - .. J. Ryan said he knew Uombarderie's . : buggy when he saw it. .Ha ...
A CHICKEN FEED HOPPER. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
A' CHICKEN FEED HOPPER. , The hopper here illustrated has ad vantages over other feeding devices. The; automatic lid prevents the (cod getting mixed with duut ami dirt. Th6 fowl can open the lid at any time for eating,. and the food will only comc in the'manger as it ib* used. One filling of the hopper will supply food for two or three days. The fowls soon learn to use the feeder. The hopper is JJ-in. wide, feet high, anil 3 feet long. The rool projects over the perch and hopper. ■A Chtdm Tkecl hoppcr The cords arc attaclicd to the lid ol the manger and to the perch, run ning over pulleys fastened near the roof, as shown. The perch is fasten ed on two cross bars pivoted to tbfi ends of the hopper. The back en Is of . these cross bars are weighted so aS'to close the lid when no fowls are on ' the perch. The weight of one fowl will raise the hd.* —"Pop»ilur 1 Mechanics."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
J^oi- Sale. 1710R SALE on easy terms or To Rent (grazing or cultivation) for one or more years, 889 acres, allots. 1, 2and 3, Sec. 1, Parish of Budgerum East, near the weir, with two miles froutage to Avoca.River; 1 mile from Quambatook railway station. Nearly all lit for cultivation and in splendid heart Possession 1st March. Apply —OWNER, c/o Mr M. Ryan, Mortluke
ULTIMA AND ITS FUTURE. (BY LIMELIGHT). [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
ULTIMA AND ITd FUTURK. (By Limkliout>. Has Ultima ft futuro? When I listen to folks bewailing the small wheat har vest, anil the uvils appertaining thereto, lam loci tosay " it has not." But when I. resort to common sense, and atllicro to my usual calm deliberation*, I say decisively, " Ultima has a great future before it!" Can I explain why X have eomo to this conclusion ? Certainly, I can. Let us first of a'l look back over the past, and wo find a few years ago Ultima was unknown. To-day. however, wo are living in a very fair up-country town which is well-known throughout Victoria. If this has all been accomplished in a few years there should be still greater possibilities for development in the futuro. Let us take Ultima as a centre, and we find that no town of any size can be reached under 20 miles, and t en only by road, the nearest town by rail of any importance being 40 miles away. This alone, is one roason why our town will go ah ad, especially as the settlement on the la...
CHICKEN LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
CHICKEN LOVE. The pastor of a coloured congrpgn lion was warming up to the climax of his sermon, and hie auditors won .vatlng more and more excited. *M wahns ycr, 0 ray congregation," Reclaimed the exhorter, "I wahns xw against poachin', I wahns yer again st de sin in whisky drinkin', and do sin of chicken raisin', an' 1 walmi yer, my beddern, against dc sin in melon stealin'. A devout worship per in the rear of the church jump ed to his feet, and snapped his lin gers excitedly. "Whuflo' docs ycr, my brudder, r'ar up an' snap yo fingers when I speak of melon stcalin' ?" asked tin preacher. "Kase yo' jea 'minds me whar ] lef mah overcoat" replied the devout worshipper,' as he subsided into his1 scat. "I am here Mr. Lloyd Georg' began a spccch In the 'House of Com mons. "And so I am," an intcrrup ter shouted. *Ye8, but you arc not all there," was the disconcerting rc tort.
RURAL WORKERS' LOG. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
nuiicvr, woiikkrs' log. TI1K JilUTOh. Sin,—The wheat crop of Australia has onco again been successfully harvested, and when tho aggrosaivo actiom of the Rural Workers' Union arj tnkju into consideration, I can safely say that it \vsi9 no small contract for thoso chiefly concerned. From tho vory commence ment tho fanners has hoou subjected to every conce vable inconvenience frnm this organised body of agitators, and yet although thoy thimis.ilves wero practi cally unorganised thoy have succeeded in defeating the scheme* of the union dele gates.. Now, what is tho leal objection by tho farmers to the rural workers log ? Certainly, not on tho grounds that the wages aro too high, hut on tho very reasonable and sensible ground* that fho quality of tho labour offering is on tho whole too poor to permit of s-ioh ! a high minimum being generally enforced. Farmers uro only too ready to pay good wages to a competent nun, and io is well known that this season the eflhient farm worker Jm&...
CONCERNING RINGS. EGYPT: GREECE: ROME: THE MIDDLE AGES. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
CONCERNING RINGS. 4 ' ■ ' i' ' EGYPT; GREECE: HOME : THE MIDDLE AflfiS. In the tombs of ancient Egypte tho earliest rings known to history are found. The finest and.1 most costly arc of pure gold and of simple de sign, but very massive, while tbo name of the owner in deeply .set cu an oblong gold bezel. The lower classes had rings of silver, glass, bronze, or even clay with a glazed surface, the inscriptions on the latter being very often impressed while the clay was still moist. Otlier. ringH have been foUad: made of ivory, car nelian, and amjber^,. Under tho latter, dynasties- « scarab \raS"\iecd" ih"ptac6 of the bezel, which was j?o^ mounted as to allow it to revolvd. ^ Signet rings were greatly in favour among the Greeks, and were set ast a rule with engraved gems. In Sparta a curious law was passed which forbade the use of any metal other than iron in their composition but this law applied to Sparta only. There is now in the Uritish Museum an Etrurian ring which is formed of tw...
What is Supporting the Local Press? [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
What is Supporting the Local Press ? What is supporting tin; local press:— hut sending complimentary tickets and handbills (printed in other towns) with ..a request toftttend and give a, report (for .the good of thecause)of the concert, social, demonstration or religious meet'ng when Uto same has not been advertised in the local paper ? Ah ! no, my dear bretbevn, it is not. Is it supporting tho pre s to give one inch undvt" and want a JB2 report? No, my dearly beloved brethcrn, • the perspiring journalist cannot wash his hands in innoeency and tmd bread, &e«, for his family IN kshb or r.N i'Arsk, pay rent, wages, taxes, and .other, heavy charges, unless he is supported decently, unless all nrinting be kept in the district, or unless lie receives good advcitwing support. Notwithstanding a cuai&lt;uii very largoly followed, I say don't be mean with the press—encourage it and support it; don't send work out of tho district, llcuicm* bcr the press is what you make it. Pr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
£200 WOIMJMENLSAMPLES Ladies' Hosiery , Men's Hosiery Ladies' Woven Underwear Gent's do. do. Latest Novelties. Worthy inspection. H. E. «S M. A. CUTTLE UX-THVE-A. «S6 WAITCHIE. "This:-Way^ Slr"! Railway = Hotel, ULTIMA (Opposite Railway Station). Ample accommodation on beat lines. Choice ehsmi[»;ij»no &■ wines , Moor Cars for Hire. J. O'BRIESN, Proprietor. Alf. Van, Dillon Street, ULTIMA. Building Contractor, and Carpenter. KsUmates for all classes of work. Plans auJ specifications prepared. v- Bricks for sale in any quantity. .NICHOLAS L. O'CONNOR, LL.M. B.A., Birris ter, Solicitor, Conveyan cer. and Proctor. ; ; ULTIMA, '.V Commissioner of the supreme Court of the State of Victoria for taking Affidavits. Exper» at Income-Tax work. Returns I properly;.prepared at a moderate charge I Trust Money to Lend. TA1CHELL, DUHLOP SIWALLtY AND BALMtR, SOLICITORS, _"r BKNDIGO and KAGIJ3HAWK,. - Have npor.iMl ' OKl'ICE IN ULTIMA, . Under the management of R. A. SCHOOLING, LL.B. Intermed...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
For a Good Clean Meal Call at W. FADERZENS, CENTRAL COFFER PALACE, Hargrcavcs Street, BBIVD/GO. (Opposito Markets.) Three Courses Beds Is, "As Good as the Best." CONSIGN YOUR FAT LAMBS. SOP, CATTLE & PIGS SPENCER Wm AND CO., Sheep, Cattle, & Land Salesmen BENDXGO and BRANCHES. TX7IIO beg to announca to their clients * * and the public generally thatthoy have appointed Mr E, J. Beaumont as their agent in Ultima and district. Mr Beaumont will bo pleased to order and sccurc trucks, arrange trucking and consigning. Thu fnm beg to announce that, llicy aro agents again this season for the same leading lirra of exporters,.and all.venders •of sheep vand lambs of ' nice quality can depend upon receiving satisfactory prices'.' Our sales in Bendigo are— MONDAYS—Sheep and lambs TUESDAYS--Fat and Store Cattle THURSDAYS—Pigs, at urn- own Bazaar. SATl'RPAYS—Horses, at our own Bazaar. KDGAR BEAUMONT, l.« cal Agent, Ultima. VISITORS TG BENDIGO STAY AT T O'DONNELL'S, OLYMPIC HOTEL, - ...
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOW[?] [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOW" | Concerning some parts of this exteD' sivc district news comes but seldom. This is not entirely our fault ; we have no miraculous power of knowing what is happening at alt the places within our area of circulation. It is the fault of residents in the silent places. Will some man or woman take the matter in hand and cause the silcucc to cease. If no one else is doing it for your district will YOU try on these lines ? Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neighbour hood, such as weddings, deaths, accid cnts> concerts, sports, social gatherings, matters touching district industries, etc. Write the names of persons and pin- o-» very distinctly. Don't bother about grammar or spell it's the cditoi's work to look aftei tho-e triiles. The barest skeleton U &lt; noMj:h. Write only on one side of the paper. li'hc information, but let c» \\ li e 'vuir name and address on some ournn--'nut for pub.iuuion, bi.t' -rove i.iiih. : x V