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THE REFORMED BURGLAR. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914
THE REFORMED BURGLAR. '.'The most low &lt;1o*n trick ever ■1 played by one white roun on another ^ ^ was played on mo," said*the reform-; - cd burglar. "It was the diabolic in- • vention of a roan from whose pocket I one evening extracted a small roll of bills. Along with the money, which I did want, I sccurcd a letter which I did not want, but which I could not return to the gentleman's pocket without apprising him of my former meddling with his financial aflairs. "When I got to my own room I read the letter. I wished a hundred times after that I hndn't. It was un appeal for asslstnnce. The writer was a woman. She was living -in a small Illinois town. Apparently she had some claim on the man. She ) told him of the death of' two mem bers of the family, of the sickness ot another, and of her own over-wrought condition. She was destitute, and 1 she begged him to sen.I -her at once . us much money a« he could possibly spare. *'I don't mind saying that the let ter made a powerfu...
Electric Lighting at Boort. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914
Electric Lighting at Boort. A special:-meeting of tho.Gordo'i Shire Council was lipid-to deal with the transfer of Order-in-couucil for lighting. Boort township with elec tricity. Secretary explained that it was necessary to-have a poll of llie rate payers taken, and notice should lie given at onee to see if the rate payers were willing to transfe: tho Order-in-council Mo tbo Boort Butter factory. ' The company will i have to pay all oxponses already in curred by the council. i The necessary motion was carried. Or Malono moved, Cr Cable se conded; That tho rights under Order-in-eouticil No. 01, under Elec tric Light and Power Apt 1S96, be transferred to the Boort Co-Opera tive Butter and Ice Co., Ltd., pur suant to section 3, sub-soctiou 2, of Act 169J. Provided that the said company enters into an agreement with the council that it will bo pre pared to complete all tbo works iu connection therewith within a period of 12 months, and such works to be started by the said company under...
DREAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914
DREAMS. ''You may be a pice of o , a blob of mustard," said B-n to : hitf Christmas visitor: aro •• nyri cfans talk knowingly of bltm. i »c.Jr • sure, over tension of nerves, an J no 7:.; forth. lint these are as inadcjuate . - explanations of dreams as coal in of . N v.'i the speed of the Lucania, or the 1 ['• dynamo, of the speed of the electric : -car : they are merely .matters of ex perience. So little in' definitely - ; • known on the subjcct that thcra i* . (' . v nothing to prevent us from assti/niii? • «., r • if we choose, that going to sicop anc awakening are the entrance anil exit of a wonderful world of fancy and contemplation which may or may not know all-about our waiting life, but .'of , which our waking life knows next to nothing. Sometimes, i/ our bodi ly, conditions are a little inorlid, the doors are stiff on tlnir hinges, and there is a momentary confu&ioi, a* .when tides meet at the Tusknr'; art.! our confuted remcmbrr.nccs .of this confusion we call n d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914
THE AUSTRAUAEE3TAKS AND MORTGAGE GO. LTD. WOOL WAREHOUSES, 573 to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. WOOLand GRAIN AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW AND GRAIN WEEKLY. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES ON THE ENSUING CLIP OF WOOL For Sale ill Melbourne or Shipment to London. The Company act Strictly as .Selling Brokers. ADVANCES Oil GRAIN. YOU MAY REST ASSURED rfyu Seecham's Pills will be of great service to you if your stomach is out oF order *r /our liver is sluggish. The conditions of life in these days are so strenuous that nearly everybody is at times, overtaken by various derangements of the digestive Ofiar.s. Even the strongest and healthiest occasionally require'a little corrective meJicine. It is worth remembering that thousands of people have proved that I I \ BEEGHAM'S I PILLS" I Zcpeedily exert a curative effect upon the disturbed organs and restore them to their I normal healthy state. This splendid preparation his a world-wide reputation for / .a relieving the ailments arisin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914
ComnYon wfealtb ijfelfiSanfe of HustraHa > ( ' HEAD .OFFICE SYDNEY ■ ■Ti.1. unit i. of" &lt;'"■'•'»«« o&lt; general banking business ■.&lt; EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE ' Victorian Central Officc: 317 COLLINS STREET, Melbourne. l!r«iiu-lltl'lii H.l' HIJOI rpint ami 2,OOD Agendo > al l'«-l "(li :M tlif Cn.mm *Dopoftltm or Withdrawal® luny V uu'U at «'■' IUAii.lt &lt;jr y 'vitiiin Mil: Con I i IIL'.' IJIJII '11....... t > &lt;.-!■ ■ .//ttmntlf i. DIINI.SON .Mll.LK' SCOVELL AND SPURLING PTY. LTD. ) Tailors, Hatters, & Mercers, Barkfy Street, FOOTSCRAV. The right spotLto send,for your next suit. We send samples and self-measurement all over-Australia. - - Write us to-day. Specialists in the Manufacture of Kilts. J. PETERSON, Northern Agency, Main-St., Chillingollah ANI? Manangatang. Several good local farms and businesses for sale. Commissions.of all kinds undertaken. If you want to buy or sell a horse, bullock te...
Long Plain. TENNIS MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914
Long Plain. (FROM OUit OWN COItlttSVOSDKNT ) TE.ViNTS MEETING. On Tuesday last tho Tyrrell Dawns Tennis Club held a meeting at tho school, when tboni was about 15 members pre sent. .Mr George Ulythnmn (President) being in the chair. The m'nulcs of hist meeting wore read and confirmed on tho motion of Mr Wheeler and Mr Hart. Discussion then took place as to the advisability of forming a new tennis court on the school rcservo north of the present fenced in portion of tho school, reserve, and it was Dually agreed to do so. It was moved bv Mr Hart and secon ded by Miss E. Uleoson, and-carried—' That tho • secretary (Miss itlytbman) writo to «he Hon. Minister for lands, through the Hon. John Gray for per mission to form an asphalt court on the» unfcnced portion of the school reserve It was also decided to hold a dance at Mrs GJecsop's residence on the night of the lOih instant, iu aid of the funds. A SUCCESSFUL TIIACTQR. I learn that Mr 0. Umbers' Kumley oil-pull tractor is sti i upholdi...
Chinkapook. THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914
• - &lt;- »4 y&lt;v » x. Chinkapook; (From u Correspondent). THE WKATHiiti. Very oppressive woither was ex perienced here last week, and on Friday last the .maximum rending was US in the shade. • The day was a favorable ono for burning off, ana a largo number of fanners look- advantage of it in this rcipcct. This, of course, also helped to made the conditions all the more un pleasant. PROGRESS. Building operations aro being car ried on with great activity here. N o less than 20 carpenters are at present busily engaged Greeting shops and private residences. The station is also well on towards completion. The demand for land demonstrates that the fertility of the soil is well known, and judging by the progress already made it is very evident that Chinkapook will soon rank among the most prosperous towns in this portion of tlio malice.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914
TARPAULINS Every year the demand for Tarpaulins Is growing. They are used more tn Summer than in Winter* Having se cured some Extra Special Quality Cloths, we are offer ing the-Very Best Values. Write for our Special L1at, which' is the Keenest cut Tarpaulin List yet offered. I Gippsland & Northern Co-Operative Selling Co. Ltd. i 494 FLIHOEJS LAKE, MELBOURNE.
Church Services. Services will be held on Sunday next as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914
Church Services. Services will by hnlil on Sumtny next uh follows: 1?1(ksuytb!uax CUUUCU—Tiulbmfc, 11 a.m.; Mcotmn, p.m.; U\femn,4 p.m., Wuitchio Sou li, 7.->0 p.m.-Mi- J. Ho bortRon, Mktuodi.st Church.—Ultima, H p.m., and 7.00-p.in. (H.T.), Nov. OJuvko; Meu tiun \V.t ,11 a.m. (H.T.), R&lt;?v. Clarke; Polisbct, H p.m., Mr Itoberts; • Wo win, 7..'JO p.m., Mr Robert*. Cinntcii of li.vofi.tNi>—Ultima, 7.30 p.m. ftvflimon" mi'! OnptKiiiH. j'roaolicr —'J'ho Vicar of Swan HiP.
Producer's Items. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914
Producer's Items. The South Australian Government V. terinary Lecturer (Mr I', 1£. Place) lias advised tlmt horses that have gorged themselves on grain--new wheat is more dangerous than old—.should bo kept moving briskly. Indnee them to drink as much as possible, and give enemas (injections) of several gallons of soapy water. Then drench with a quart of new milk containing from 1 oz. to 4oz, of baking .soda (bicarbonate of soda) anil repeat in an hour if necessary. Do not give the animal anything to cat for 24 hours or longer, and thou only a small bran mash. If founder or laminitis should sot in, bleed at the ucek or arm, or give tincture of aconite, 1U drops every two hours for six doses. In addition, poultice or soaktho feot in hot water. In the event of tho animals suffering great pain from the grain give 1 oz of chloral hydrate in out: pint of milk. Complaints are general that the fixing of the season's standard for wheat, as represented by fair average quality samples'(f.a.q.)...
Chillingollah. OVERCOME BY HEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914
Chillingollah. (1'Yoni Our Own Correspondent). :o; — ' OVERCOME UY I It) AT. The weather during the past week was the worjfc experienced for a long time past, and on Friday last tlio thermometer registered 114 in the shade. So ihtenso was tho heat that a man named Patrick Kelt, wlio was engaged burning off oil Mr O'Connor's property suddenly col lapsed and died. The deceased was an old and respected resident of Bendigo. yCAIK'ITY OF WAT EH. The long spell of dry weather is making itself felt in somo quarters, as a nuin her of farmers have been forced to remove their stock on account of the scarcity of water. Where water is supplied by tho Government chan nels, farm work is greatly facilitated. A P3PUL.M: TOWNSMAN LEAVING. A petition signed by residents in and around Chillingollah, asking that Mr G. J. Jafi'rey bo allowed to continue in his occupation as mano. ger of the uhillingollab branch, was recently forwarded to the head office of the Commercial Bank. A reply has been received ...
CRICKET. LALBERT v. GOSCHEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914
CRICKET. 1ALBERT v. GOSCHEN. Tho second round of tho Coutrnl Dis. triet Association was commenced on Saturday,' February 7tli., whon Lilbort met Goschen on the lattor'a ground. Tho day was rathor dull /or cricket, but'riowu** tliokjsa a very cnjoyablo afternoon was spont. GoBchon winning tiioloss sonfc the Lulbort teura to tho wiclceta, whoro they were soon disposed of for tho small amount of 08 runs. ■'Charlosworfch who made 21 for Lalbcrt, was tho only player to reach double figures. VV.: N abler mid ll.lIir»achhoinjj responsible for. ilie down full uf Lalbbrt, taking 6 wieUcta fur lo run*, and ♦! for H» respectively. (nwlicn. Kpingto thowiekcts. compiled "M run*. A. Leach, \V. Thcycrn. and W. I.oayh being tho nnin scorers. A aro tho flcores . , Lauiert. \\\ Lotchcr, b W. Nalder ... .'2 7 W\ Kelly, b \V. Nalder ... H. Sexton, b W. NiiMer ... II. Nalder, h W. Nalder ...> .0 , 1j. Douglas, b It. Jjjaoh ... ... H ■ \V. Campbell, b II; Loach ... 0 J. Nkider. b II. U>nch ... vjr....
TENNIS. BOORT DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. MARMAL v. GLENLOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914
TENNIS. BOOKT DISTRICT' ASSOCIATION. MARM/VL : v. . Gr.ENI.OTFP. > ; I B. BertoliandT Byrne beat Steele and A. Miller, 6—4, 6—4 P. Uyrne and S. Glblett lost to P. McKirnean and d. Fradd, 1—6, b—3. C Hindson and G. Byrn&lost to. D. ShefTerlie and J. Fradd, 1—6, 3—0, Mrs Bertoli and Miss S. Byrne, beat Miss E. Beid and Miss C. Miller, &lt;5—3, 6-1. • ' Miss M. Haines and Miss Mole beat Miss D. Miller and Miss Fradd, 6—3, 0—1. Totals Marmal 47 games, Glenloth 41.
Sporting Notes. TENNIS. ULTIMA v. MEATIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914
Sporting; Notes. TENNIS. ULTIMA v. R1EATIAN. | A pleasant uftornoon was spent on the local courtH on Saturday last, by players representing Mcutiaii and Ultima. ?.Rc. Nulls - •*-. ousts' doubles. J. Jaffory andC. Imiisull, boat B. ami J. Hoybon, G—1. Dr. Uowan and M. Dyer, boat S. Grey and I\ Alexandof, 6—1. F. Killings and Dr Gibbon, beat B. Uogben and J. Hogbon, 0—1. LADIKs' DOUDLK9. ' * Mrs Watt and Miss Glover, heat Miss F, Grey and Miss J. Ho^ben, 0—4. INIibs N. Brooks and Airs Naldor, beat Miss IS. Grev and Miss 0. Ho«ben, 0— &lt;4i MIXED DOUBLES. Mrs Watt and Dr. Rowan, lost to Miss Hogbon and B. llogbcn, 0 5. Miss N. Brooks and Dr Jiblon, beat ■ Miss Groy and J. IIo«bon. G—1. Mhb Glover and 0. JjftiwoH, lost to Miss P. Grey and I'. Alexander, G—4.
GORDON SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, February 4th, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914
GORDON SHIRE COUN CIL. ■Wednesday,/ February 4t]i, I9M. ■ Present—Crs Ottrey (President), Mclntyre, Barnes, Cable, Weaver, Malone, lisler and Jones. ' ■ Correspondence. From Acting Deputy Postmaster General, inviting attention to com munication in connection with the proposed installation of electric light at Boort, stating that lie would bo glucl of advice ,whcn. the infor mation asked fdi" -would be sup plied.—Received.! • There were 110 objections to the application of J. R. McDonald for lease of road, and it was resolved to recommend that it be granted..; • Prom-Public Works ''Department re application of JiY-U. Smith, Bar rapoort West, for roact .through allotment 152,' Manual.—Held over for a month, smith to be asked to define the road. from Country -Fire Brigades Board, .requesting;.: valuations :-for Boort ai d Pyramid.—Had 'been attended to.' Ii'rom Tatcliell, Dunlop, Smalley and Balmer, re particulars of title of the land upon which .the Durham Ox hotel stands, instead of ...
CRICKET. BOORT DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. BOORT v. LEAGHUR. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914
CRICKET. , . . I BOOST DISTRICT r ;AS FOCIA TION. [ '■ BOOHT : v. IJSAGliUR. Although. Saturday was rather unpleasant for cricket, Bodrt team journeyed to Leagliur, and were rewarded with a win. Boort .jwon the toss and sent Leagliur to the wickets. They., were disposed of for 57, to'vwhich Boort re^frftnded with 154. Scores.— 1 v '*l f D, Jackson, b LrackneH ... 2 N. Grahanm, hitwkt, bCracknell... : 11 R. Dunstan, b Haines ... ... 11 F. Moore, b Baines ... ... 7 T. Slatter, llnv, b Baincs . 7 W. Painter, b Pickering ... 1 S. Painter, b Killeen ... ... 7 J. Weaver, c Parkinson,!) Pickering 0 JGrey, run out ... 0 H. Loader, not out ... ... ••5 H. Naschke, b Killeen ... ... 0 Sundries ... ... 0. •Total ... .... ... 57 Bowling—Cracknell 2 for 2 J, Haines 3 for 24, Pickering 2 for 1, J. O'Don nell 0 for 2, Killeen 2 for 0. Boort. J. Killeen, c W. Painter, b Slatter 0 S. Pickering, lbw, b Jackson . . 46 E. Brockwell, runout' ... ... GO. J. O'Donnell, c Moore, b Dunstan... 21 J. Baincs, n...
BOORT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914
BOORT. Although ducks were not quite as plentiful, on the Boort lakes .."as in previous years, about .300 shooters made it their business to endeavor to kill some of the wily birds on opening day. Visitors wero present from as far distant as U Itima, to the north, and Bendigo, to the south. Shooting commenced immediately after .midnight on Tuesday,, and was^ kept lip without a hrcuk until about' 8 a.m. No very sensational bags were secured, however, one of tiio bost being lifty odd, credited to Messrs h. and J. Baines. - The present school committee at Boort has nearly completed its three years term of office. The 'retiring committee w.ould afford for public information a Hst of works attempted and done, during their tc.i-ni of ollice. They Iiayo"'- sought to have the play ground enlarged and improved, to [secure ::,a; hotter water supply, to obtain better and cleaner approaches to ; the school, to provido a sowing rmachine and found an Elementary High School in Boort. They have sec...
Superior Improved Wheat Farms. WITHIN THE REACH OF ALMOST EVERY LAND SEEKER. EXCEPTIONAL TERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 February 1914
Superior Improved Wheat Farms. WITHIN TIIK RKA.CH OIT AIjMO'T KVERY land SEEKER. liXCIil'TIONAIj terms. ■ J lain ami Pearight, of 1J Ijoftus street, Sydney, the well-known property salesmen, are offering "n suitable farming areas, 9,0|)0 acres of charmingly undulating wheat land, in the heart of the Xew ."'outh Wales wheai lielt, which has held the record yield of the state for many years, and enjoys an annual rainfall of about Jinches. It is close to a town possessing : exceptional railway and economic facilities. The terms are most i considerate from a farmer's point ! of viow. The instalments at the | commencement, wlidi the fanner most needs money for development purposes, are made very light, viz.: . o per cent, deposit; 10 per cent. [ at the end ol 5 years ; then ij per cent, annually lor ,5 years ; balance at the en l of a further five years, interest being payable throughout the whole period at the rate of SV per cent, per annum. Anyone requiring to make a good home should s...