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TENNIS. BOORT DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. BOORT v. MARMAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

TENNIS. • BOOKT DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. BOORT v. MARMAL. . H. Wingfield and Stewart beat Ser toli and Uyrnc, 6—2, 6—4. R. Desmond and Crackncll beat N. and P. Byrne, 6—2, C—0. Mrs Weibye and Mrs- H. Wingfield beat Mrs Uertoli and Miss Jtyrne, 0—1, C>-4. \V. Kirk and II. Andrews, walkover, 6-0, 6-0. Mrs C. E. Andrews and Miss Judd, a walkover, 6—0, 6—0 Totals—Boort 60 games, Maima! 13 games.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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CRICKET. BOORT DISTRICT AS OCIATION. BOORT v. BARRAPOORT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

I . cKioiCEr. BOOBT DISTRICT AS OCIA TION. UOORT v. BAURAPOORT. Jioort team journeyed to, Barra poort on Saturday, last, and secured an,- easy* win.,. Barrapoort butted first, and, made only 91, F. Smith being top scorer with . 91: Baines and Pickering secured the wickets. Two beautiful catches were taken during: the innings; one: by Haines and the other by ,0'Donnell. Brockwell and O'Donncll opened for:Boort, and knocked up 97■■with out'.loss. ; The former; batted very steadily .for 27, but O'Donncll opened, his: shoulders to the tune:ot | 65, including two sixes

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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MARMAL v. LEAGHUR. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

marmaL v." leaguur. OivSaturday Leadline journeyed to'Manual and'suffered dufeat at the hands of the home team. Bat ting first Leaghur compiled 05, I7. Thomas securing 27 of these. H. Alexander, with 3 for 6, was the most... successful bowler. When play was discontinued, Marmal had lost 4 wickets for 99. 6. Coote with;26 and H. Alexander with 22 not out were most successful with the bat. Following are the scoies : Leaghur.— D. Jackson, c W, Alexander, I) W. O'Donnell ... .... 0 N. Graham, cH, Alexander, h W. - . O'Donnell ... ... 9 F. Thomas, c W. O'Donnell, b W. : Alexander ... ... 27 R. Dunstan, b W. Alexander' ... 0 F. Moore, c H. Alexander, b W. - Alexander ... ..... ..4 T. Slatter, b W. Alexander ... 4 W. Painter, b A. Alexander ... 1 S. Painter, c W. Alexander, b 11. > Alexander ... ... " 0 A. Loader, not out ... ... 2 C. Morrison, b II. Alexander ... 0 J. Weaver, c Mole, b W. Alexan f der .:. ... . ... 0 P. Grey, c W. Alexander, b -Ooote 1 Sundries ... ' ' 9 Total ... ... ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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THE NEW FARMER. SCIENTIFIC ADVANCE [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

THE MEW FARMER. SCIENTIFIC ADVANCE If tho "transition of iigriculture' 'which is thought to bo in progress is to reach tho more intensive statu de sired by reforniors, it can only bo in duced by tho farmer. Landlords may lead and persuade, but tho farmer's belief in tho form of cultivation which pays him bust is tho deciding factor. We have signs in plenty that tho farmer is advancing along the lines of scientific theory (says a correspon dent of tho '"London Times/'). On paper and in tho abstract, tho higher the farming tho grcator the profits for all concerned. Tho ideal to aim at •is that Danish farm, much visited by KngJi.sh l^irniors ami landowners, which yields an average profit of SlA an acre. It is clamied that « not in eomo of jC!20,IK)0 a year is made from its 5000 acres. At tho otlior end of tho scale wo- may tako a score of pro perties on linglislr wold-* ami heavy lands, as well as on A'orfoJk sands, which do not yield a. profit of o/ an acre or near it. In theory, gras...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Cycling and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

Cycling and Motor Notes, [By Our Special Correspondent.] Captain Amunsden, the discoverer of the South Pole, evidently realises the possi bilities of the aeroplane for polnr explora tion for he hits announced his intention of taking two American aeroplanes with him when ho leave# San Francisco for the Are tie regions next June. Both Amundsen' and a member of his staff are taking lessons in aeronautics in'Krancc. For his now stabilising dcvicc Mr Or ville Wright, one of the brothers respon sible for the invention .of the aeroplane, Jijh become the recipient of ,the Collier prize awarded by the Aero.Cluh of America for the most valuable advance iii 'tho seicneo of aviation made during the present year. A most successful demonstration of seventeen llighta was made with the stabiliser before a special committee of the club. During live of the Rights -.the-device was entirely responsible for the turns .which were-fault lessly accomplished. With the aid of tins stabiliser it should be pos...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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BRITISH FOOD IMPORTS. DECLINING SUPPLIES, EVER-GROWING MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

BRITISH FOOD IMPORTS. DECLINING SUPPLIES, ICVER-GlimVING MARKETS Tho report of tho Board of Agricul turo on tlio farm products imported j into Great Britain gives an improssi idea of tlio valuo of that country a market for our supplies of meat, but- | tor, ohccso, woo), fruit, grain, or anything useful whieh our settlors < raiso from tho generous soil of this Do- I Tho average annual valuo of agri cultural commodities of all kinds im- 1 ported into Great Britain during tho last fivo years is given as £208,311,000, ■ and ilio inereaso over tho samo period twenty venrs ago is no less than £93,301,000. Tho report dealing with meat shows that Groat Britain now imports no less than 521,203,000 cwt. of meat during tho year, and consumes 32,052,000 owt. raised by British farmers, making a total of 53,255,000 owt. equal to 1311b per head of population. During the last twelvo years there has been an mere:-so in consumption of 1,250,000 owt., of which 800.0U0 cwt. was in hoino supp...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Stomach Troubles Due to Acidity. SO SAYS EMINENT SPECIALIST. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

Stomach Troubles Due to Acidity. SO SAYS EMINENT SPECIA LIST. So-called stomach troubles, such as indigestion, wind, stoniiicb-aclie and inability to retain foo-I, in stead of indicating that the stomach is out of order, are in n'ne cases out of ten simplv evidence that fermentation is taking place in the food contents of. the 'stomach, j causing the formation of gas and acids. iViiul distends the stomach, | and causes that full, oppress;ve feeling sometimes known as heart burn, while the acid irritates and inflames the delicate lininer of the stomach. The stomach, however, is not nt fault. The trouble lies entirely in the fermenting food. Such fermentation is unnatural, and acid formation is not only un mturnl, hut nny involve the most serious cnnscqur-ucs if not pre vented. To prevent or slop fer mentation of tlie food contents of the stomach and to neutralise tlie acid, and render it bland and harmless, half a teaspoonful of bi ourated magnesia, probably the befit anil most effec...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

HASPBKimY JAM. Tako a pint of red ourrnnb juieo two breakfasteupl'uU—and placo it in tlio nrcsemnft pan with 71b of crystal lised su'ftnr. Vhilo being brought io J tho boil it is necessary to keep steadily stirring.' Six pounds of rasps, nicely. pioM, aro added to tho juioo when tho latter has coino through tho boil. Tho jrtux is th^n boiled for about. 20 minutes, nn<l when cold>it ib pottqcl 6ha ctfvafod in tfct? usual troy.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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PSYCHOLOGY OF THE PIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

PSYCHOLOGY OF TUB I'll'!-:. There are various ways, mo"«i <>r less correct, of detenu ih.uuj tcr. Character from the hand. < hir.' actor from writing, facial e*prc:rs'i< a. and deportment. Perhaps charactcr from liamlv.Ti! lu«« ia the safest of all the testu a':o-'o* named, but to these a Paris} c. n* temporary adds character from the pips. The cigar, wo aro told, with the cigarctto is cosmopolitan, eo no de ductions can be safely made. The activity of a people may he gauged by tho length of the pipe stvin. The shorter the stem the more in dustrious tho race. Inverselytho longer the slum the more indolent tho people. Tho more economic the rate thj I shorter the pipe, nnd so on.— "Globe." Po not waste a minute—not n ;i-■ rond—In trying to demonstrate tc othcri! the merit ol your own per /ovmnnce. If your work ilocs not in dicate itsolf, you cannot vimlieatt U.---T. W. HigginBon. No <;ntcrtolnment is so cheap a! ipailin«. nor any pleasure...

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NOISELESS CITY STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

NOISELESS CITY STREETS. There is coining into uso in Germany a cheap and ready method of asphalting a stone-paved street which is snowing good results. Tho space botweon pav ing blocks are oleaned out to tho depth of about an inch, and thou a layer ot , melted asphalt is ilowixl over tho street ! surface, tho depth of tho layer being about ono inch. Bcforu it is cooled, .sand is sprinkled on and the .sunuoo ^mouthed. At Frankfort « section at this kind is now laid, and it appears to stand tho wear remarkably well. Should tho method provei a success m general ptactieo it will alford an excel lent means of deadening tho noiso oi city traffic at a small expense. It is quickly carried out, and it need no* stop tho circulation on narrow streets I for any length of time. Moreover, j rauuir* aro easily mado.

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BOORT RACES. GENERAL ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

BOOK! RACe-3. GENERAL ENTRIES: ' Trial Stakes.—Hattler Jack, Miss! Lastcombe, ,'Stella Gay,. Lincoln Green, Lorikeet, Koseinel, Lady Rosslyn,.Gliitinate, Kulalia. Bracelet Trot.—Lady. Alto, N.I3.,: Lady Hamble, Bonnie Direct, Correettvay, ■ , 13! la, Charlotte Broiite, Otter,. Allie B., Tracuy Altoi Direct B., Kosario,. Tarn, Mi:Kimiey Miss,- Prmees3 .Bronte, Little Boy, TlioWhip, Wellington, Boort Handicap.—Miss Colin, Bonadea', M iss Lastuuiube, H-iii Breakspeare, Murrabulijaii; Pistol; 1'hauatcs, Queen IMiziUisth; Doctor and Tinonee. Flying Handicap.—Rattler Jack, Miss Colin, Bonadea, Stella (jay, Lincoln .Green, Queen :Elizabeth,' Kosemei, l'istol, Doctor. . Handicap Trot.—Lady Alto, Correctway, . Charlotte •: Hrontu, lilla, Otter, Allie B, Crucible; S, Kosario, Tiacey Alto, 'Direct B, The Whip. , : • ■■■■■•■ Welter.—Miss Colin, Miss Lostcombe, Breakspeare, Stella Gay, Lincoln Green, Murrabutgan, Otieeu Elizabeth, Ungala, and Tinonee.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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FERTILISERS ON MEADOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

FERTILISERS ON MEADOWS. Tho Agricultural Department of tho Swiss Government have just published an iuU'ro4ing report of experiments conducted over three years to tost tho oft'eet of dilforent fertilisers un meadow land. Tho fertilisers oxperimonti d with wero nitrogen, phosphate of lime, *i»d potash, the fertilisers being tried alone and mixed. ' Tho conclusion arrived at is that, in ordor to obtain the heaviest and most proJitablo crops, it is nio:s sary to supply fertilisers containing the threo principal fertilising substances— phosphoric acid, potash, <uud liitrogeii. Tho extra yield obtained from this syu-, tem of manuring covers tho cost of tho .fertilisers and Raves a good profit. Tho effect of tho manures is more mark ed on tho iirst cutting than on the second cut, the avcrago iuereaso hav ing been found to bo from (>2 to 100 per cent, on tho former, and 20 to -10 per cent, on tho steond crop.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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DE-HORNING CALVES WITH CAUSTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

DE-HORNING CALVES WITH CAUSTIC. Tho Knglish Board of Agriculturo gives tho following direction for the Ui>u' of oaiistic potash:—Clip tho hair from tho top of the horn when tho calf ia. from two to ftvo days old, slightly mois ton tho cud of tho stick of caustic with water, or moisten tho top of tho horn bud, and rub tho'iip of each horn Jinniy with the potuan for about. a quarter ot a minute or until a blight impression 'has been madu on the centre of the horn. Tho horns should bo treated in this way from two to tour times at intervals ol' five minutes. Ii" during tho interval oi lire minutes after one or more, applications, a little blood ap pears in tho centre oi tho horn, it will then only bo neecsoary to give anothei very slight rubbirg with tho potash. Tho lollowiug directions should bu careful!)' obsorved :—Tho operation is best performed when tlio calf under livo /days old, and should not bo at tempted after tin: ninth day. Caustic potash oan bo obtained from auy drug gis...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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SHIRTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

SHIRTS. ——+ The onward march of civilisation has its obstacles. /, Shirts being made for man aiid not man, for .shirts, every time a man gets a new shirt or one comes back from the laundry the moral uplift needs the application of the ea'cty 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 ed they are left for a few hours in a strong mixture of glue and con crete. This fastens the back to the bosom and sticks tbn sleeves together/ Buttonholes are then made in the neckband, and the band is then steep ed in cement so that the buttonholes cannot be opened. Tha losotn is then adorned with buttons. These buttons are sewed on with one weak thread, so that when you try to button the shirt, after having, pried it apart with n paperkhife and strong lang uage, the buttons \vill fly away mer rily. Shirts that . are laundered are al ways sent back, with the lower but ton buttoned in, a...

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MONEY-MAKING IDEAS. PATENT OFFICE PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

MONEY-MAKING IDEAS. J U'atjsnt Office proceedings. At tlio I'atont O/Iico applications havo boon lodged in rcspccl ol thu uu dwmontjoucd inventions by Messrs, G. G. Turri and Co,, Patent Attorney No. 1, of Tiia Jiialto, Collins street, Melbourne:-— Shears and animal clippors inventou by Mr.-J. Bodene, owned by tho Chi cago Flexiblo Shaft Company, United States, and communicated to Mr. Turri in ivlio^o name tlie patent is being se cured for the Company's convenience. The invention is more particularly for horso clippors. Advertising apparatus to show any letters to spoil out words or show signs m an improved mamior rs the subject of the application of a London com pany, Naylorgrapli Ltd., in conjunc tion with the inventor, Mr. J. P. Nay lor. This invention is serviceable for day mid night working, and gives mnlti colour effect's from- suitablo lamps. OJlicial progress is reported on the invention of Mr. T. D. Smith, of Queensland, in connection with radio telegraphy for the purpose o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

They wcro sitting in' the 'parlour *vith the gas turned low. The hour was pretty lato. He and .she had talked about everything, from the weather to the Coronation. He yawned and she yawned., but he made no attempt to. move towards home, and she was becoming weary. At last she said—:"I heard a noise outsido just now. X wonder it it could bo burglars ?" Of course he tried to be funny, "Maybe it was the night falling," he -said. "Oh. that's over," she exclaimed; "I expcct it was the day breaking." (Hasty exit of ho.) Look to your health ; and, if you have it, praise God, and value itnexti to a good conscieucej; for health is a blessing that money cannot buy.— Izaak Walton. "Put down that glass !" cried Mrs. Jawsum, catching her husbnn.l in the act of taking a wee nip. "If you drink that liquor I'll n:vor spta'; to von again as long as 1 live." "My dear," said he, as he g.ilped it down, "here's 'long life to you.' " Few sportswomen retain the p--.c and movement of iheir less enwi sister...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

Sai ii5lw cosk' "'merchants, AND SUPPLY HOUSJ3 FOIi— Brewers, Aerated Water Manufacturers, Hotel Keepers, Bakers, anil Refreshment Rooms. Correspondence Invited on All 1 Articles used in the ahovo trades. Noto Address— 354 FLINDERS STREET, r^LnpUfWE.

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THE LAUGH CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

THE LAUGH CURE. • ' •daughter inducca amentalexbilar tftion. i.v,:'" 'II12 habit of frequent and beauty v > laughter will not only save'.you mon^ .;. a doctor's bill, but will also' save - you years .of youf life. v" '{here is : go'6d-: lihiloaojJhy.jaa-well - V: as i;ood 'health • in the nmxim, •'Laugh and .grovv fat.-1, *o - •" LaughtjcrVis^-u foe !to paiji^iind di eease,. and ,'ia suro curc for Ibo^-'blues* melfUirtioly,,.and worry. •. Laughter is contjigiours. l>o chocr • f u 1 - ail d ^y oui h a k ee v g ty oj£h » y around v* ^yo'u happy,"h^rnfpniouBr atttl health- ; fal s ^ ■^Laughter. and (rood • chf:nr. ma!a» iQva . v JJft. .H A.n ^,':psc: "iaughtcr .'as. a; table caucG it ; • ^ : sets tho'organs to dancing, and thus ' '.v stimulates • the digiistlva processes. :• • Laughter keeps the hf.-art ami fare young, 'and enhances physical. beauty. ! Laugntcr.is nature's device • for .ox- . crcteing the internal organs and giv Jug us pleasure at the same time. .: ' - It. sends ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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FERMENTATION IN PAPERMAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

FERMENTATION IN PAPER MAKING. Among tho recent improvements in handling paper-making materials is a process for extracting tho starch from cotton rags that aro used in making iinon papers. • Practically all cotton elotli has somo kind of a filler* and much or this ts starch. In clippings from new* cloth tfiero is a considerable amount of starch filler. Tfc was tho practico formerly to soak tho rags in warm wator, and then to boil them in an alkali solution. But the effect ol llio alkali on starch is very slow, as it. causes tho starch to swell up, so that iito solution reaches tlio inner part of tho starch grains only with difficulty. Malt is added in tho proper amount to convert tho starch into a soluble sugar which readily dissolves out of tho fibre of tho cloth and leaves' it frco of the filler^ Tho active principlo of the malt is the "on&ymes" that attack the staroh just as ilioy do in tho brewing process, and convert it into a form of sugar that is easily disposed of. W...

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WIVES WHO RULE. "WOMEN'S RIGHTS" AMONG BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

WIVES WHO RULE. "WOMEN'S RIGHTS" AMONG V-V BIRDS. ' - It is pretty generally known that '; tno mate amongblrds is usually much more attractively attired than is his mate. Even in regard to such sober . . . Jrcsscrs as sparrows : the rule holds sood ; indeed. Ilia, cock sparrow ia °"cn. a handsomely and richly, al though not conspicuously, clad gal lon t. This superiority is, of course, \ ' ' owing to a ,wise law ot nature ( for were the hen as gay of colouring as her lord, the dangers silc would run during the season of incubation. ivould be-tenfold what they now are, wK when her shading, .is more at-onu 'i 'with her surroundings. : • • ; v IJut there is no rule without m ; reptions (says Mary R A. Tench in ■ .''■ V .Selbpuriic .V.i?azinc"j, „nd it may Dot be fi matter -of ssck comwon ^■:S: knowledge tli.it anions rome cltssea of birds not only docs the ben su* [mss her mate in sue and colouring, ' but she - also insists on hi, )ook|„-_ after the nursery, while she amuses ' '&am...

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