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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
.Ffiiqeatx Mils' Twill j] 'Worsted Suits The Perfection of Rcadj Tailored Clothes . . . THIS is the Biggest of All Clothing Valuta—the finetft of Blue Suits for 45/-. It give* you an extra good, *11 wool, Blue Twill Worried of fine appearance, colour-fail and long wearing, made up with all that perfection of etyle and workmanship which you would expect only at a much higher cost. In fit, a carefully Rinded oystem of faction to men oi all figures. Fox No. 4 Serge Suits (Rcadj to Wtir) Suits, Sixes 3 to 7—39/6 Larger—4-2/6 Trouaere 3 to 7—13/9 Larger—1S/ ta ordering by mill, flole w*ict, ditit and in*!&lt; or »rile lot forma ant! catnl ). PHOENIX CLOTHING CO., 347-9 King St., \Ic!Ijov2i*i:o (epp. Flagst&ff Girdeni) LIVE STOCK INSURANCE f 'iah ill./ H88S Of &TOOE 1N8U '.'UrJ &lt;WiJNST DEATH filOU • ANY C'A" ii7; foalinc. risks iXlMMJSNCSNO WITH ATTrilTT TO KOAf. AND DEATH PROM. ./NTT CAUSE THEEE /;!"f P.. i; XTK8 I. WEPT '"T-UP"-5K1'fLAms PK0MPT1A PA1T&...
TENNIS. BOORT DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
TENNIg. BOOUT DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. Result of the postponed match be tween Durham Ox and Lake Marmal, played at Lake Marmal on Saturday last Mason and Coutts v. L.. Haines and A. Mole, (> -5, 5--C. H. Smith and Esler v. Byrno B103., 4—(5, 0 2. Sinclair and Ault v. Bcrloli and Gib lett, 4-6, 0—3. Misses M. Esler and A. Hall v. Miss Byrne and Mrs Uertoli, 1 -0, 6- 3. Misses A. Esler and R. Hall v Misses Baines, C—-1, 6 -0. Total—Durham Ox f>0 frtmes, Lake Marmal.41 games. Next Saturday's matches Boort v. Durham Ox, at Boort; Lake .Mannal v. Glenloth, at Marmal.
CHIVALRY REWARDED. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
' CHIVALltY KEWA15DED. An old lady, laden with her Christ mas shopping, wub struggling along one of tlio main thoroughfares of a lurgo town on a Saturday evening. Suddenly, out of lior bag, which Had sprung open, rolled a shilling. # A■ geu tlomau who was passing, seeing hor sorry plight, quickly and gallantly bont to recover tho coin and restore aarao to its owner. But, td his astonishment, the old damo hurriedly planted a broad and amplo foot over the muddy shilling, wlnlo sho exclaimed, in accents loud and triumphant— "No you don't my fino sirt I was ono too many for you jtjmti jtimo, wasn't I P"
A TIMELY SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
A TIMELY SUGGESTION. A man who, with his wile, is em ployed on a farm in Cheshire, recently found himself in a bad predicament when, in attempting to evade tho on alaugnts of a savago dog, assistance came in tho shape ot liis wife. When tho woman caino up, tho dog had fastened his teoth in the calf oi tho husband's leg, and was holding on for dear life. Seizing a stone in tho road, tho wil'o $'as about to hurl it when her hus band, with wonderful presence of mind, shouted:— "Mary, Mary, don't throw tho 6tgne at the dog, throw it at inol"
Quambattok. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
Qqambatook. A number of townspeople as '.well as district residents left by train for the various seaside 're sorts. since our last issue, and there are more to follow. It is an annual change absolutely nec essary for the denizens' of these northern climes, even for those whose avocation is not on the strenuous side. The biggest load of wheat ever delivered in Wyalong was drawn there one day last week by H. Selem's te^m of 20 bullocks. It comprised 245 bags, the total weight being 23 tons, and nett weight 19 tons 15 cwt. 1 qr. The journey was 13 miles. For the second time in rotation, j a sufficient number of members of, committee of the local Me chanics' Institute to form a quorum failed to put in an ap pearance. It being the last oc casion they were asked to come together prior to the annual meeting, it was thought that at least five of the committee would have assembled to go into pre liminaries for Tuesday's meeting of subscribers to the Institute. Those present were Mr D. Wil l...
Kerang Items. TOWN GAINING NOTORIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
Kerang Items. TOWN GAINING NOTORIETY. When Mr J. Manning, the en gine driver at the Power house was on his way home, about 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday morning of last week, he was met at the corner of Fitzroy and Wyndham street by three men, who stopped, him and asked if -he had any money on him. It was very dark at the time, and Manning, thinking they were acquaintances playing a joke upon him said, "What game,is this ?" Without making any reply, one of the men stepped behind nim, and took a tight grip of each arm above the elbow. The other searched his pockets, but found only a Waterbury watch, which, they took. The men made off towards Nolan street, and Manning at once Rave information to the.police. Two of the men were fairly tall, the third was much shorter. They used no threats nor violence, be yond seizing Manning's arms in such a position that he could not use them An attempt was made to • de stroy the Eoyal Hotel by fire on Saturday night and Sunday morn ing. The proprietor of the...
"THIRD DEGREE." [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
"Third Degree." " l!y Grader.'' The " third degree" method of ob taining evidence from perrons arrested on suspicion of having committed crime must, it seems, be discontinued. Ques tioning a suspect for many hours, until mental and physical exhaustion sets in, is not. in the opinion of Mr Murray, quite in accordance with the spirit of British fair play, so the method is con demned instead of the prisoner. This method of obtaining evidence appears to n:e to be a modification of the plan in operation in the good old days for the discovery of witchcraft In the seventeenth century witches in England were as numerous and as troublesome as rabbits in Australia at the present time, and, of course, had to be exter minated. But it wasn'tquitein accord ance with the spirit of British fair play to condemn an old woman for being a witch without, so to speak, giving her a run for her money, so a gentleman named Matthew Hopkins, who styled himself "Witch-tinder General, "roamed | over the country...
WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
WOMEN'S INTERESTS (Hy "AinbruHiMJ.") American dressmakers, says the Now York eorrospondnt of the "Daily Tele graph," arbidevoting scmu attention to tho possibilities of piim cloth, from tlio Philippines, na ail .artistic substitute for tho diaphanous ''gowns worn by American women, who demand the very latest tiling in drew fabrics. Samples are boing shown hero, and the stores arc ordering considerable quantities foi next season. l'ina cloth is more diaphanous than the thinnest of ovilc. moro pellucid than the most cliuging crepe do Chine. :md moro transparent than tho thinnest of crepe meteor. It can bo doubled several times uiul still be transparent. In ono layer it has no more thickness than cobweb, and gowns made of pina will be called cob web gowns. It is calkd pin.) cloth because it is mado of half silk, and half pino apple fibre. comcs in all col ors, and in strip*.? of all designs. li can be bought at a shilling a yard in the Philippines, but will probably sell for two ihilii...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
IX SnWYIXG YOU-R. PRESS, STUDY YUUll POCKKT, TOO ! ! ! Don't P;».v Higher Pr'ros i'-u- Su i>: n "Hotter iIk-ii M no! J deal strictly fi>r Gash, con sequently J Imvo no had d'.b..> fur which yru have to pay. I import all iiiv materials din r from' the manufacturer, an i make all Suits on my oiv;i P* premises. 1 can ibSUitlllCllu oi frum in |M;toy deigns ,1'ui 1110 very ),,kv-,st v Indigo 0 ye A tweeds, w l it ' ■ ' '/ V '&lt;1 Trills, ami''"liu '&lt;>$///■? 1,50 A large Assort ment of Over ehuoso from at "coating to thi.s same price. Pal-terns, Tape and S.M. Form stmt to any mi dross. Post rruck' THE PEOPLE'S TAILOR. 1.7J DOURKE-ST., MEUlOl'ltXIO MEN "WOMEN! I Know that special dheasei of men and women, when ueilected or bail* ly treated, deplete!ho SirenRlh nnd and eradicato every Germ t Soothe and Ifeal the nerve centres t Subdue mil Inflammation, and restore a normal condition. WeaH, Diseased or Discouraged Men mar )>avo Ihc benefit of my * HIGH-CLAS...
LUCERNE—METHODS OF CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
LUCERNE—METHODS OF CULTURE. l»ucorno n> u perennial plant, ana onco well established will last a number 01 j-ears—irom four to ten, or more, depending upon the character of thu *od ami treatnieut ol the plant in re ference to manuring and methods oi cutting. Tho mature plant is a vigor ous feeder, its roots otton penotratiug to a depth ot lOit. or moro. Its up right stems do not sprout on cutting, but die back to tho crown, iroru wliicn new snoots start immediately and grow rapidly. This accounts lor tho fact that irom three to iivo cuttings can bo harvested annually. Lucerne is adapteu to a wide range oi suil, provided tho suDi-od is open ana porous, and well supplied with lime, ine most/ favourable soil, however, is a deep loam, preferably sandy in nature, merlying a. not too compact subsoil. Good drainage is highly essential, ami on soils overlying 'heavy clay or hard pan subsoils great caro must bo taken to provide free escape oi surface water. Tho lucerne plant will soon die...
PRESERVING EGGS—LIME v. WATERGLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
PRESERVING EGGS—LIME V. WATERGLASS. Frank T. Shutt, chemist, of tlie Experimental Farm, Ottawa, writes:— "For tho past iivu seasons wo havo compared lime-water with 'water-glass1 solution, with the invariable result that the former preserves tho eggs at least equally as well as the Jattcr. Tak ing into consideration quality, flavour, and appearance, we have adjudged tho lime-water preserved eggs unsurpassed by any kept by tho many and various methods that wo have had under trial. \\ o do not believe that eggs can be stored by any method and havo the fla vour of tlio fresh-laid article—at icast, that is our experience, and it is a j large one. If you wish to add salt to j the lime-water, do not use moro than j 1 lb to 10 gallons. fcjomo of our re- j suits seemed to show that this quantity , was an improvement, uul larger tn- I ounts most certainly affected tho flavor I of tho egg. l/so only froah quiokiMie I in making the lime-water. keep t»io eggs covered with tho solution. Go.xl sp...
DIPLOMATIC. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
DIPLOMATIC. A North country collior, anxious tu I>op the questiou to a girl whom lie noiiestly admired, but unable to sum mon up eourago enough to ask her the question outright, adopted u method of sounding hor as to hor idea of mat "Jenny, my lass," ho said nervously, "Ah'vo insured ma life." "ilnsta, lad?" said Jenny indifferent ly "Ayo, and Ah'in a silly for doing so." "How's that?" "Why, supposin' Ah got killed 't pit, whero dost think t' monoy'll go?" "Why, to thy feythor, for sure." "True neuf, ami it isn't fair, it ought to bo paid to ma wife." "To thy wife; wh, tha hasn't got "That's just it," said Bill, " but thou's a nico lass, Jenny, and 1 want thee to hov that nionoy." "Why. couldn't thu say so at first?" cried Jenny joyfully.
GORDON SHIRE COUNCIL. Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
GORDON SHIRE COUN CIL. TciuIcih. 277— Renovations, fuming, - anil stabl s nt new shire oliiccs, Durham Ox.—LI07 ."K 27«--Tiv: pavm« in the townships of Qlioot-&lt; and Pyramid Hill.— O'lirien, T.105 10s oil 270-Topping up formation and en larging culvert on hack road to Mologa South from «>)d tramway, l.'S chains-O HasliU, 7.9 as 28 Topping np on main Pyramid Hill-Muloga road, hcUvoon Ewin and Haw and M'tntyro ami M'lutyro. 100 chums—G. Haslitt, I 251--1Topping up on main B^ort Dorhftu Ox and Durham Ox Pyramid llil road in iho Central tilling G. Haslitt, liH5 Gs J5d 252- Formations, topping up, and culvovts in and around Appiu — (>. Uasli t, L521 10s lOd 28 I—Xew formation and topping up on nmin Doort Koraug road, 80 chains—King and Newell, L51 10a
Cycling and Motor Notes [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 February 1914
| Cycling and Motor Notes It now looks as if o Victorian Team will again win the second progress prize of £10 offered by the Dvmlop Rubber Co. in conncction with tHdir 100 miles relay team road test. This prize is to be awarded the leading team on the 31st January. Up to date ton riders of the Coburg cycling club, Melbourne, have established fastest time, viz. 4'hrs, 28 mins.13 3-5 sees.' for the "Century," a performance that has not been bet tered. So far ' the fastest iudivuhm! relay section of ten miles out and home stands to the credit of C. J. Senior of Perth, his time being 25 mins. 17 sees. The date of closing of the comnetition is April 30th, when the following prizes will be awarded:—.£100 to the winning team ; .£50 to the second, and £20 to the third. It is anticipated thut some fast times will be recorded by New Zealand teams during the text month or two. The three leading clubs at present are:—Coburg Club (Melbourne) with 4 hrs. 28 mins. 13 3-5 sees ; North Suburban Club...
BOORT v. DURHAM OX. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914
i'OORT v. DURHAM OX. y. . L. Desmond and H. Wingfield beat Mason and Coutts, G—2, G—2. - ; * R Desmond and Stewart, beat Ault and G. Esler, G—2, G—1. H. Andrews and R. Wingfield beat A. Esler and G—f, G—2. • , • ; .i Mrs Weibye and Mrs TI. Wingfield lost to Misses Esler and Hall, G—2,1—G MrsE. Andrews and Miss Wingfield lost to Missc3 Hrll and Esler,2—s6,,Gr-4. % Totals- Moort 51 games, Durham Ox 20 «'ame3. .;v,.•