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POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914

POSITION • OF CLUBS;';' Hoort Durham Ox . . Glcnloth Lake Marmal Next Saturday' 4 ;t l > o 12 | 4 2 2 : 0 4 2 2 0 4 1 3 0 matchesBoort v. I Luke Marmal, at Uoort; Glcnloth v. | Durham Ox, at Boort.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE MEMS. Waterside Workers. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914

MELBOURNE MEMS. CK'k Si'KCiAi. Ri:i>outi:r .) Waterside Workers. According to what may be termed 1 the Franklin system of social economy, industry is to ho commended. Not so is present day tactics, when a wharf laborer who wished to earn a little more for his wife and family, is pro , hibited from doing so. The labor leaders—who toil not, neither do they spin - have declared against working overtime, and of course the men, like dumb, stricken cattle, must fall in line. ; A Melbourne citizen remarked yester j day. "Oh for an hour of General ! Smutz!" Uneven Returns, j Although the districts in which the I group of newspapers owned by the ! Northern District Printing Proprietary j circulates-which area, by the way, of | 5000 square miles —has experienced a I most bountiful harvest, other places have not been so fortunate. For in stance, the district between Ouycn and the South Australian border has experienced mostly failures ;*nnd the settlers are hard put to it to make both ends ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914

s >ivosi:s T.i'.nni> i-.\<:i-: iw.vpkk* l-.i ihiys'of osit-iloor l»f«?— L'Coi'v. —:i ivtUJilo a:U harm losv li-t-ii'l f.tcu powder is one < t th-i r.v.v-; i S<>K« >S!:S I.H.M'IU IWCK I'oWH.-K i> fonml by o\pt«rts !<• In' a po ftvtly invnlunblo prep.;r.it:.»~". nn.l a de-.'lo'l i npr«iv<.'.:no»t «m ih«t ulu'f.nhi: -vsA d:-v 1 ubr, H-sidrsititprovit:- sh-.sirpttar ;mVe it acts a> a shicl.l to ibv* tMicarc sV.in of ;>u Tico u hot vvin.K «1;h:. s n;:ts, svni "ihor cUraae;>us nutter. rr:-:o <>.1 iv r i-i t:V. ()h:.i:nnli1v a: \\\ | v !'

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LIVING PICTURE TARGETS FOR RIFLEMEN. GRAND CHANCE TO HEAT BISLEY RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914

—— I LIVING PICTURE TARGETS FOR RIFLEMEN. GUAND CHANCE TO' HEAT BISMSY RECORDS. . Amoug the novel uses for winch "living pictures" have been utilised, one-of the moat ingenious is that re cently perfected ..by Messrs. Paterson and Musgrnve. This is ita applica tion to rifle-lire practice, the idea he-* Ing to render the eye of the marVij mun keener, and to enable him to be more expert in handling his arm. The "bioscope target," as it is called, is of very simple construction nnd operation. There are two rollers upon which is wound a sheet of paper of any desired size, like the. films of a camera, the clear space be tween the two rollers comprising the screen upon which the "living" pic tures arc thrown. The lantern throw ing the pictures is placed behind the marksmen in such a way that their movements do not interrupt or inter fere with the projection. * Immediately behind this paper screen is a self-recording target sys tem, which instantly conveys the value of each shot to an indi...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A MAN OF PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914

. ':-y\ : - - A MAN OF PEACE. . lie was a man" Of pcace, an<T he came upon two youths in a Ainck street lighting. Accordingly, he push ed through the crowd and persuaded the combatants to desist. "Lot mc beg of you my good fcl- • lows," earnestly besought the peace maker, "to settle your disputes by arbitration. Kach of you choosc half-a-dozen friends to arbitrate." "Hurrah J" yelled the crowd. "I)o as the gentleman says." Having seen twelve arbitrators se lected, to the satisfaction of both sides, the man of peacc went his way, rejoicing in the thought of having once again prevailed upon brute force to yield to peaceful argument. »Haif an hour later he returned that way, and was horrified to sec the whole •street fighting, while in the distance policc whistles could he heard .blow ing, and police rushing to the spot from all quarters. "Good gracious, what is the matter now?." asked the, peacemaker of an onlooker. "Sure,, sir," was. the reply, "the arbitrators are .at wor...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LAUGH CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914

THE LAUGH CURE. "vijnugliter. Induces., ft mental uxWLir*-. V: t'ton 5 « 'Uie >• habit- of freqiicrit anfi iicAxty' V-'.-;;;^:. laughter will not a' doctor's bill, but wW ulso. HaVo :->'vVv-o you■•yeora of your ilfo. - : There la rood i)hiJo:;oiJhy>aa -well ^ v .: as /vpood hcaHii- .in •: the .• inftirni/, ^ : * :. I *wgh and ijpot /at 1 n J a J^Iitcr i<* i fot to pain and di sease.. and'a.Hurc euro-.'for^tbc-v'tjluettfT^vrt.:'>'-vv.i (cc'aucbotj, aid w-oirj k J ajghtc^ is conlariOAN Te "b^cr f ful.nirfi yoii-ir.,Lkc cvcrv;;biiv- nvaun(JV :- ■ iVou.- KnuPXr barnionioui:/ and .health laughter md f ood chefr mi^atovo^ « oMift; and: l<rA* of lift1 uvhalf ,•. : hcaUh > ~ • Ijs6 . laughter as;a taWo oaucc t 'it. sctH.,thti::orgnrjn loidrfncin^-ajfidNtbui*'? r-1: v- " £tirn»;!nto?' the .di^r.8tiv&: pro^CKSC8. :• /.v, .v i- ■ X»av.ghter> Iccops '.tbe ;hnaj:t. an«l- fuCCv v~ i younjf(tUcI(-«tihancii« :i»hyr-»cai - hcaut'7i,?; ->r •„ ,&a...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Quambatook. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914

Quambatook. Wheat forwarded to date:— 56,424 bags ; at station 25,500. Our S.M., and his assistant have bsen congratulated on their ar duous three months, jl/ayhap, if the £3000 a year man looked more into country service, it would be beneficial to men who work day and night for the pub lic weal Rev. Father Waldron, from Warracknabeal has been appoin ted to the charge of theQuamba took parish vice Rev. Father Ryan, who left for Melbourne on Monday morning cn route to the ... Old Country. Rev. Father Wal droa has received a hearty wel come, and officiated last Sunday. Referring to the departure of . Father Waldron from Warrack nabeal, the "Herald" states:— "lie came to Warracknabeal from Horsham a little over 12 months ago, when the Rev. Father Lynch left on a trip to the Old Country. During his term here, Father Waldron made himself popular, not only with the members of his.own denomination, but with the people of the town and dis trict generally. Prior to his de parture, the rev. g...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSTAL RATES. NEW SCHEDULE DETAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914

rOSTili IM J 5,s. NEW SCHEDULE DETAILED. . ' TiiC new postnjjo rnCesV wliicli cnuie into forco on 1st May, wluu penny postage will operate throughout tlio Commonwealth, are ;i3 follows:— Letters, Id per ^oz. Letter .cards, single, Id each ; reply, Id each half. Postcard?, single Id; reply, Id each half. Printed pipers, »3 prescribed, ^d per j 2oz3. or part of 2cza. Books printed outside Australia, $d. j per 4oz9. or pui t or 4ozi. { Books printed in Australia, per j Hoki. or part of Soz*. Mugnzines, that ii to any— (a) Moguzince, reviews, serial-?, and other timilar publications printed and published in Australia in numbers at intervals not oxceeding thrco months, for 8ozs. or part of 8023." {b) MngarineSj reviews, aerials, and otber similar publications (including newjpnpera) printed and published out ride Australia in uumbers at intervals not exceeding thceo months, £d. p«r 4om. or pArt of 4ozs. ' M Hansard," that is, reports of Par liamentary debates printed and pub liihed by the...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WIVES WHO RULE. WOMEN'S RIGHTS" AMONG BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914

rjW!VES WHO RULE. "TOMSK'S RIGHTS" AMONG BUMS.. • • 'ST-Wy'.i fifncrallj"'known1 that. :fne .rantc.hniont; birds is usually hvucli/' more attractively attired' than is-hia' ' mhtt.; Rvcn in regard to such sober arcssero os siiarroivs the rule holds ttood ; indeed, ' tli3 cock sparrow i« Sltcn a , handso.'nely ami richly, al though not '-conspicuously, clad gal lant. This superiority is, of course, owing to a wise Jaw ol nature, /or were the ben as' gay ol colouring nn her lord, the dangers she would run during, the season ol incubation. ivc.uld lie tenfold what they now arc, when her shading is more at one • svltli her .surroundings. ' Hut there is - no- rule without ex.-' options (says Mary v. a. Tench in "Selbourne Ma;axfne"), and it mny not he a matter of-'sach common ■ knowledge that -among some cK-sses ■ of - birds not Only" docs the hen sur- ' Pass her mate in she and colouring, — hut she _ also insiits on his lookins ftftcr the niirs»ry, white she amusett herself or else atte...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NOTES. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914

SPORTING NOTES. THE TURF. The ICerang Turf Club's annual race meeting has been altered from Wednesday, 11th jl/areh, to 21st inst. After bolting twice round the course the other day during a trial gallop, il/rP. Barnes' Brown Annie showed signs of distress and died shortly afterwards. This mare was fancied by Mr Barnes more than either of the others of his string.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914

' Ultima Stock Sale NEXT SALE Tuesday, Feb, 10 Thos. loirow and Co. HAVE much pleasure in announciug . to tbo public that they'have now lecided to bold Fortnightly Sales, ami hat Ml- 11. 1*. l'urcell, Auctioneer, will . io stationed at Ultima. ami wil ^conduct nles throughout the district. The firm .opes by strict attention to business, to rcriMhc patronage of the' public geno "rilly, OFFICE-BROOKS* HOTEL. Ultima Stock Sale. rjiHOMAS MOUKOW nn.l CO. \^il *■. ofiev at their Yards -- 1 TUESDAY, FliB. 10 . Further entries invited. ; THOS. MORROW & CO., Auctioneers, • i " Ultima. .) LALBERT Saturday, Feb. 14, '14 THOS. MORROW & CO DESIRE to announce that at tho rc . quest of numerous clio nHand re hideuU of the district they have iecided to hold R) HI LAR SALES OF STOCK .ntLalbcrt. the next of such eulcs>lo he hcld;on above date at the hotnj yards, when thev will otfor—r Sheep Cattle Horses -Entries invited, to be sent to our local rcvccRcntutivo— . MrVANDERFKEN, Lalb...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THISTLE DESTRUCTION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914

THISTLE DESTRUCTION BILL. The Vun'cipal Association <if Victoria has written to the.Gordon Shire Coun cil relative to the bill to further ameni the Thistle Act now before Parliament, and also forwarded a copy of the Bill. Cr Jones thought the lirst 8 clauses of the Bill were all right, but the ninth clause was too drastic II.' moved that the first eight clauses be supported.— j I'hia was seconded by Cr Malono. The | voting was even-four for the motion, and four against. The president gave his casting vote against tho motion and declared it lost. GrEsler stated that all the saffron thistles could not be destroyed between Durham Ox and Boort, sts the men could not be got to do the work. Cr Malono thought that half a chain in the paddock should be cleared and also on the roads. I hat was a fair thing and the council should make an effort to have thi'j earned out. If individual ratepayers did not cut the thistles the council would have to do It. Cr Jones agreed with Cr Malone...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Ultima Star & Chlilinoollah Express Friday, February 13. THE WEATHER.—SEVERE THUNDER AND LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914

j"Cbe Gltima Star d h CbUUnoollab €xprcso Friday, February 1& Thk Weatuer.—Skvkhk Tucndek ani» Ligiitninc. Very oppressive went her. was cxperion cid here during tho past week, uud on Friday the thermometer registered 110. Towards evening great clouds of dust could be seen coming far olF in a north westerly direction, and this combined with tho dark ominous clouds that nude i their appearance in the sky signified that a severe storm was imminent. Tho storm, however, did not prove so serums sis was cxpecfed, but after a few drops of rain had fallen, a ioud thunder clop, followed almost iin-tantaneonsly by a i vivid Hash of lightning caused a good i of consternation, for the effect of this was I felt by a number of people who wero j rendered more or less temporarily para ' lysed. The worst case under notice was j that of Mr P. Taylor (Schoolteacher) j who was found on tho floor in his bed j room in ft semi-conscious state, bus ( after being treated in the open air ho ! came ro...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cycling and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914

"Cycling and Motor Notes. !>' *' [By Our Special Correspondent. ] ■;-#.y.A earcful mcasup.'immt of the course ^e v-:! looted by O. W. Koriior of South Australia hi* reccnt World's record tor mi all day , motor cycle rii.e, ha* revealed the fact that v'tlio circnit^ivor whieh ho rode in only '.M . i 740 yd.H, in lepgth, jm against the t>5 r'-iniKtS it wan estimated in Ik.v Whilst thin v makes a, considerable dilVeroneo in KornrrV --mileage, yet it doen nut affect his holding • the world's bourn ro.id word, tor his ; iiiitnai r.-nrcH now (utal 851 miles 3?5 yds, whieh is considerably better tli;m the next • bust — J. (J. TUm-ayV (S'.v\ )Sil4 mis!* OS yds '• .Korncr'tj reenrd )>iim accepted by the • Australian Motor Cycle Club. ,,'The N S.W. Automobile''Club propose ' holdiii^ a 1003 mile< motor <nr reliability trial next September, the run to extend over a week 'Phi* will hi? the feeoud " mile test held in the Commonwealth, tin: Dunlop Rubber Co. having ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STRANGE ADOPTIONS. FRIENDLY RELATIONS BETWEEN ANIMALS OF DIFFERENT SPECIES. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914

STRANGE ADOPTIONS, j FIUKNDt«Y"RELATION II MM N ANIMALS OP JJIWWmC.Vf :8PEciiss. The eases in '. which cnU and■"dags have formed close friendly relation' arc, of course, too numerous to nun tion. It really :6cems as if-there were no animal friendships ko strong, ami JnRt(ng.'ftS that hot wecrijenjs and dogs when, once it- is- formed/.- Kvj.h well known that motlier-cats when deprived. of' .thr.ir nswborn.' pro^uiy. will ndopt puppies, rabbits'. menifcys': or almost anv othc^vt<ni'jVi,;'^u^ eronturctJ that may) ?c; n i l'y.- Bii t; tlu>ro Ij.'jS TcreiJtl>V; comiv;tc> ri^Jit-a , ca.sc for which there, is m^uth^u'!)-' I Parent explanation,! -' •*''• ■/ A cut. aud a: female fq,x-t(en:}or;' which had brought. .info tfuv'wrjrlfV t.iioir progeny. at . aliput t he^juno-. time, deliberately ,'rfwuppius:^ \hcir.: y<>uir.\ the eat taking the pupplc.T-.io brim; up. and the (log the •fclltcji*; • The exchange>" was' /.fiatisfftctbryirViud' boih litters -wensi...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914

£200 WORTH INDENT SAMPLES Ladliies'- Hosiery.. Mien's Hosiery Ladiies5 Woven Underwear Gent's do. do. - Latest Novelties. Worthy inspection. H. E. <SM. A UI.TIMA «S£ WAITCHIB. r//' rr ''ii "•'Q This Way, "? Railway = Hotel, XTX.TI3Vi:jfV (Oppositc Ilaihvuy Station). Aihplo accommodation"on hi»st Hncs. Choice clmtu'ja^nc iV wines Moor Cuh for ilirrr *F. O'BRIEN, Proprietor. Alp. Van, - "Dillon Street, ULTIMA. Building Contractor, . and Carpenter. /Kstim Ues for all classes of work. Plans specifications prepared, BucUh for saLo in any quantity.' NICHOLAS L O'CONNOR, LL.M. I JU.A., . Bxrria ter, Solicitor, Conveyan cer. and froctor. Ul.TIJtA, A Commissionar of tKo supremo OuJjrt . of the Stale of Victoria for taking Affidavits. Exper* at Income Tax work. Keturns properly prepared at a moderate charge Trust M»;nry to r.end. TATGHrl L, DUHICP SMALLUAKD BALM-R, SOLICITORS, I BKNDIGO and kaolkuawk, ! Have «>pcnc<l an I OKKICK IN ULTIMA, Under the management of n. v...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914

Bonninglon's Irish Moss Wt SluVbam CeMi mi

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIRTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914

SHIRTS: The onward march of civilisation has its obstacles. Shirts being,made for man and n^t man for shirts, every time a man gets a "new shirt or one comcs back from the laundry the moval uplift needs the application of the ra'ety brake and the emergency clutch to keep us from dropping into the cel lar again. Shirts are made of various kin.is of materials. After the sewing is finish- 1 cd they .are left for'a few hours in a strong mixture of slue and con crete. This fastens the back to th? bosom and sticks the sleeves together/ Buttonholes are th*n made in the neckband, and the bnml is (hen steep ed in cement, so that the buttonholes cannot be opened; Thj 1 osom is then adorned with batons. These buttons are sewed on- with one weak threat!, so that when 5*011 try to button the shirt, after having, pried it apart, with a paperknife and strong lang uage, the buttons will lly away mer rily. Shirts that arc laundered are al ways sent back with the lower. but ton buttoned in,, and all ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Developing Victoria. THE LIBERAL POLICY. [Contributed.] [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914

Developing Victoria. - THE LIBERAL POLICY. [Contributed.] To put men on the Innd and to n(Tord them no adequntc means of reaching the market is a refined form of cruelty. A selector who takes up a back block may-work heroically only to find that all the profit which should be his is lost because he has neither railway nor pas sable roads. His land may be rich, his yield ma^r be abundant, market prices may be high, and yet almost the whole may be useless to him because he has to take the lightest ol' loads over the worst of tracks. , In two respccts at least th«i Liberal I Party has; done good work, and pro poses to do still better work as regards this matter of communication. It ap pointed a Railways Standing Committee. Some twenty years ago there was a scandalous,bribery of constituencies by the construction of lines, some of which were obviously useless; both in the jcity and in the country miles of rails laid'in those days of financial in sanity have been allowed to rust. Then th...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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