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Quambatook. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

Quambatook. A yarn anent a couple of our ] local sports who had made all arrangements to be in at the j death on the opening morning of i the duck season should not be amiss. They drove out to Lake Bael Bael just after "pub" time on the Tuesday night, and en camped alongside the water. Soon they were in the arms of Morpheus, only to be ludely awakened by a feu dejoie long before Old Sol had cast his efful gent rays on the scene of cam- i age. They gallantly strode into j the mire, took up a position and waited for daybreak, but, alas, the sum total of their bag was only three ! After anathematising the foolsheads who let loose their blunderbuses in the dark, our select party of two wended their way to their temporary habitat Worse misfortune was in store for them here, for their horse had got loose and made a break for home. The matutinal meal i consisted of one of the ducks I roasted over the camp fire— feathers and all included—after which the party scouted round in search of some...

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 — 27 February 1914

Alf. Van, Dillon Street, ULTIMA. Building Contractor, and Carpenter. Estimates for all classes of work. Plans aiv3 spociGcations .prepared. ~ Bricks for salo in any quantity. NICHOLAS L O'CONNOR, LL.M. 13.A., Barris ter, Solicitor, Conveyan cer. and frector. ULTIMA, A Cnmmisnioner of the ruproiuc (JyurL of the State of Victoria for taking Affidavits. Exper* at Income Tax work. Returns 'projhjrly prepared at a moderate charge Trust Money to Lend.' TAIGHELL. DUHLOP Ste ALLEY AND - BALMsR. SOLICITORS, BENDIGO and . EAOLUHAWK, 1 luvo opened nn OHMCK IN ULTIMA, Under tlio miina^onient of R. K SCHOOLING, U.S. . Intermediate and Ei'nal ilonorman TIIUST MONEYS TO J712NI) In largo and small sums at current rates of Interest.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Ultima Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

Ultima Progress As- j sociation. I 1 - A meel.ing of tlie progress associa- ; tion was held on Tuesday last, when a representative number of members were present; the president (Mr J. 1). S. Stowart) being in the chair. After tliu ordinary routine business had been dispensed with-— Mr A. Vernon moved, and Mr J. Drowett seconded—That the secre tary ba instructed to write to the Shiro Council re the establishment of a pour.d at Ultima, and nlso asking them to appoint a local inspector of: nuisance—Carried. I The question of openiiij? a main road from Lalbert to Ultima was] again discussed, and on tho motion ! of Messsrs l'j. T. Cowpcr and A 1 Vernon, it was resolved to once more j refer the matter to the shire council. ' Oil the motion of Messrs O'Con-1 nor and Vernon, ic was agreed that! a public meeting be held 011 March j 10th to discuss matters in conncction I with tho local library. Moved by Mr J. Drewett, and seconded by Mr A. Vernon—That .another J.f . (a resident of the town) ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

• Ult'ma Stock. Sale- '• • .next" sale ■ Tuesday, March 10 'Tho?.. ,Morrow and Co. HAVE touch pler\Miro in announeiug to tl'C public tint they have now leculiM to hoM Fortnightly Sate. and hat Mr I;, i\ Vurcoll, Auctioneer, will >e stationed ru. Ultima. and wil conduct aJes throughout the district. The firm •opes by ?'ricr attention to business, to nerit the patronage of the public g rally. OFFTC E—1VR00KS' HOTEL. Ultima Stock Sale. THOM.VS MORROW and CO, wil | otVcr ;ii tliciv Yards — TUESDAY. MARCH 10 Fuiilicr entries invited. THOS. MORROW* it CO., Auctioneers. | Ultima. LALBERT Saturday, Feb.'28, 741 THOS. MORROW & CO| DESIRE tii announce that ut the tjucst of numerous elicntjand fudent< or the district they have iei-iil to hold UF.OULAU SALES OF STOCK nt Lnlbert. the next of such sales lo be] held -.cm above date at the hold yards, .wh^n thev will oifer— Sheep Cattle Horses Entries invited, to be sent to our local | representative— MrVANDERFEEN. Lalbert, Or...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

BOORT CO-OPERATIVE Butter & Ice (Joy. Ltd, limi'xed; wrcd ty roirjmen and Carried on for the Profit of Dairymen. Xho Factory is a Buyer of Homo Se mratcd Cream /T HIGHEST JYIAFKET RATES The testiii}: is carried out with Govern ment certified weights and measures, and the company pays for every ouncc of butter fat. Save freight by Bending to nearest factor}* Empty cuns returned by return train. Support the co operative factory which is run purely in the interests ■ . of the dairymen. Cheques will be drawn bnQuambatook bank if desired. For further information apply to tho secretary. New Appointment "\/I~ ASON BKOS, beg to announce to J.YJL-' their many clients and tho public generally that they liavo Fo:uvcd the ser vices of Mr CLAltlilE HEElt. who will act as their repicsentative in tho Boort district. Mr bcei' will pivo tho firm's ! business his undivided attention and will: be glad to comniunicato with buyers aud sellers of properties and stock of all des criptions. A ddrcs...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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WHY THE TEETH DECAY. HERE'S ONE AUTHORITY WHO LAYS IT TO LIME STARVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

WHY THE TEETH DECAY. HERE'S ONE AUTHORITY WHO L Y8 IT TO LIME STARVATION. "The almost universal decay.-of the teeth is proof pos(iivc\.lhat;;.ouvgnjj£; tlon ifl suDcrlng lirae. utarvat!6n?. wrltcG a chcaiistry lecturer in . tlVtf" "Dietetic and Hygicnic-"-Gazette. V-: '*85 per cent of the nchoOl chiUlrtnVoY Louisville - iiavp ;1mdly.:;dccayG(l/tcct^v-: "Our .dentists, proscribe 'tooth cashes and tooth pristes, ..advo:ute local hygiene, fill ;V <iiy]ties; and/ fit bridges, and all "this, airto i ignore iha . fact that tlie Ijnbio ^caiino . is: linict starvation. . • /• "Dentists wiU toll V'>u that thai sugar you take in your, . mouth'..acts; directly upon your -..teeth.' WnHsts shut their eyes to the evident'factr thati decay starts first in the pulp /;cncath the intact enamel and. honey coniba the interior tooth until the shell-like bridge ol /enair.cl breaks be?, neatb the strain, • • ; - "The ; enamel giy^ absolute protect tion against the j'^J^rnal attacks. oP acids...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

£200 WORTH INDENT SAMPLES LacSies" Hosiery Mien's Hosiery Ladfses' Woven Underwear Gent's do. do. \ • . Latest Novelties* Worthy inspection. H, E. & M." a. cuttle ultima ■wjajrarcsjEsiJss. i". "This Way, " l! - ..5, ^ v* \ .:A K fflp* Sir"! ^ -■ ii . "1 \ • v\ ... --^;;h,-%■ :*:.s W,v ' ll .-lA - /' THE Railway = Hotel, : ULTIMA • M-V >> iJk (Opposite Itailway Station). —~-rr'\Tf ^ ij,^2^^ Amplu accommodation on West • " --!2Zr^v; *ines. Choice champagne Sc wines Mo or Giu.s for Ilirc. 1ST. J. O'BRIEN, Proprietor. For a Good Clean Meal ■ Call fit W. FADERZENS, CENTRAL COFFEE PALACE, Hargrcavcs Strcot, BENDfGO. (Opposite Markets.) Three Courses Beds Is, " As Good as tlie Best." CONSIGN V0UR FAf LAMBS'. SOP, CATTLE & PIGS SPENCER M'KEAN AND CO, Sheep, Cattle, & Land Salesmen BENDIGO and BRANCHES. T\7II0 beg to announcs to their clients T * and the publie generally that they have appointed Mr E, J. T'eaumont as their Agent in Ultima nnd district. Mr Beaumo...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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THE CO[?] LADY. "BEEN AND 'AD ME FORCHIN TOLE." [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

Th ECOlVJimilv LADY. * "BEEN AND 'AD MB FOTtCI-UM TOLK'" •0J,1,. 1 eddy BollcuV'Tjccu married onco. und Vs j,ofc engaged again, nn<1 ( at''Is time o' life, 'If friends dun't- r approve." ' • ' ' ,** ^''^Vr ifW© "Ru^ciibo" hlm*»or );ivc mc c-omc. --v v: nHias^ot-oloWinKCllclonBingi^o or !a piecc- olhik-hair/Vtald-Zehkn. ' 'Bout bixty, side r-hiskcrs whitr, raytlier bald In front, ml face, no v top front teeth, onil stoops," said till:.barmaid,, fluently.,.,.. Zelika holding up l)i!r.-1iand.,to4ca , , force.-alienee, closed her eyes.,... I:w'., A,.; j fl mm, elderly, about siity, wit" ' Bide whi-jkcis, ho is waiting with a la'dir No-yes—it is a MJ ' f-1)" , ' hn-i taken -hiu ' am, and close to liers." . •• '•-• •.:: ■'That's Teddy !." :roatcdi^tV1..iK1;jM , .umpluntly. .... ,.. ,. Zelika sv ept round and. loo\crt nt ■ > bin) rcproacbl-jll}.- - l,Yo,t,.ha) tliC- plttturc-'You . Bhould /..ljaVc;..Kept.^..^t|f(.,s^ silence," she said, "and-1 coultV have, V'uij tin extra dee...

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WHY FRESH EGGS ARE RARELY SEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

WHY FRESH EGGS ARE RARELY SEEN. Why is It necessary lor. business, purposes to store or hoard eggs for months before eating, - instead- - o! placing tlicm on the market in o fresh- laid condition'! ■ Cne explana tion is the assertion that farmers and grocers liolil ores ro lonj: in the summer for better prices Inter .on. in the year, ffhtn the eggs • do come from the farm,, they may conic direct ^ but are far from fresh. - 'lliey arc j not held in cold storage. Moist of these may 1«' classed as fhrunken, ^The egg, when laid, is virtually germ-free; seldom has it any bac teria. The i'Fly Klicll is sufflcisntly porus to admit germs after the .egg has been laid. The membrane is germ proof when kept dry. Eggs. may. he aBccted by moisture in many ways, when the egg-rotting bacteria may be, deposited and interred. The-follow-, tag arc tb« cbiet classes: of. cgg-rott ing bacteria :— ' . 1. Black Rots.—It: is--possible tliat many different Kpcci<s~~ot"-bK<Aorin. causs ...

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SHOCKING MURDER & SUICIDE Young Man Brutally Shot. Murderer Takes Poison. Mr Sydney Oswald Coutts Murdered. Great Sensation Caused. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

Young Man Brutally Shot. Murderer Takes Poison. Mr Sydney Oswald Coutts. Murdered. Great Sensation Caused. , A allocking murder took place on the fariji ot Mr Sydney Oswald Coutts, about two miles from Boort, on Tuesday evening, when an em ployee named George Appelby . deliberately shot Mr Coutts, It would appear, from information to hand, Unit Appelby, who was cn gaged as cook and labourer on the estate known us Old Hoort Station, ;/left his .job that, day, and Air .Coutts declined to pay him a week's wages which was due in lieu of r. week's notice being given. This evidently preyed 0:1 Appelby's mimd, who came into town during ; the day, where he had a drink or .'two. ■ Air Coutts also came into Boon, and the two once more itiiad an argument about the wages due. About 5 o'clock iu the ^ey.ehiiig. 'Mr Coutts drove home, - taking with him another employee named John Christie, better known -asy'-'- Seotty," who has only been SySiir-iftpin the old country about 12 /months. On reaching...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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COMING EVENTS. WAITCHIE ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

COMING EVENTS. •\VAITCII1E ATLir,KTJC SPOUTS. The WiutcUio sports to be hold nn Thursday, March i»111,t |,imni.sos f,o In? the most successful ever hehl at that place. Entries for the principal evouLs closed on Thursday last, and the num ber that came to hand exceeded all ex pectations. Pedestrians from Sea Lake, .Swan Hill, Lake Hoga, <-hillit<go}/a'*, Ultima and other towns will, in all pro bability, bo presold, ami some exciting events should result in l.lirir endeavor to securo the liberal prices ofiVivd. Tho footballers' handicap (which in a post entry event) promises to he a very in teresting race, as opinions varied con siderably as to the merits of the indivi vidua) players concerned in tho local competition during the lout hall seauon. Hicyclo and numerous other events are also added to tho programme. The ladies arc doing their share to niako the sports a success, and very ihoughlhiUy they have arranged to conduct a refresh* mont booth in the interests...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Coroner's Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

Coroner's Inquiry. 'l'he-district coroner, Mr F. Pen liefather, conducted un inquest ut the local courthouse to-day, totieliitifj the deaths of Sj da ;y Oswald Cjutts and Ceorf!o A;>pelhy, when t-lie fol lowing evidence \v;is ^iven. James A. l.aeliniann, farmer, uf IJoorl, sworn, said lie 'iiid.vii.-wod tho lio.ly l.vinn in tlio Masouie Hitll. which ho idcntilied us that of Sydnej Osw.iltl - Couits, farmer, of Hoort. Last saw liim uliv,i about I p m. on Tuotdiiy. llo wai then in his usual lioallh.' John Chrifctie, farm laboior, :esid ing at Boort, was olii;iloyed by de ceits ;d, Sydn.oy Oswdd Coutis,about 5 Wieks r.;;n, Was living with de ceased at his residence at "Dunbar," Boort. On Tuesday left for Boort at 11,30 a.m. Mr Coutts got out of the bn'.'gy, leaving him in -charge. Went into the parlor at Clcmonts's hotel and sat down beside M r Coutts when George Appelby cam in. Ap pelby asked for a. drink, which tlio barman refused, as-be would not pay his debts. Ho afterwards got ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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THE GOSCHEN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

THE GOSCIIENCLUB. Gosehen erickelcrs arc jubi'ant over lliclr succors this season. for up to the present they Inivo nc>t boon defeated. The Rucccssof tin* club is largely duo to tho fino bowling of W. Nahler in* the lust two Raines played. In the. match on Feb. 7th between Gosehen and r,al bert, this player took (5 wickets for lj runs, while on tho following Saturday against Mcatian lie took wickets for U4 runs. Considering that In- has had no practice this season, outride these two games mentioned, his performances arc all tho more creditable. meeting oi' deli-xutes. A meeting of delegates connected with the Central District Cricket Association was held at Jiiilberl. on Saturday last. A protest, which was lodged against Aleutian for playing a number of men (including four Cllimaites) who wi-ro not eligible to play according to tho rules of the ns.sociation. was considered, and ii was finally decided in favor of I.albeit. I The result of the draw for llit; last round was decided ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

TENNIS. The weather on Saturday last was of a very tiring nature, ami it was on tiiis account that 110 games were played in the 13oort District Association. Marmalites were to have journeyed to Durham Ox and i3oort players to Glenloth, but both teams decided not to undertake I the trip", and consequently ' forfeited their, game. . . —■ '

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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CRICKET. BOORT DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. BOORT v. MARMAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

CRICKET. BOORT DISTRICT ASSOCIA TION. BOORT v. MAR.MAT.. •• The above rivals for first place on the scoring sheet met at Manual once more on Saturday. Manual opened the batting, and before the last wicket fell had made 173. A. Mole had the biggest say in this score, lie made 64 by forcefttl batting, including oue sixer. I). Geary made .30, J. Baines 2S, and W. O'Donnell 24. Baines had a six to his credit. The bowling was shared by. half a dozen men. The visitors had lost three wickets for 42 at the call of tiiiie, J. O'Doimell remaining not out 16. Scores :— Marmal. D. Gcarv, b Brockwell... 30 W. Alexander, b Pickering ... 5 A. Mole, c Fellows, b J. R. O'Don nell ... ... ... 64 G. Coote, b Brockwell ... ... 1 H. Alexander, lbw, b Brockwell ... 0 J. Baines, c J. R. O'Donnell, b' Parkinson ... ... 25 L. Baines. b J. R- O'Donnell ..i 2 W. O'Donnell, e Jones, b Cracknell 24 E. Jones, e Jones, b Haines ... 9 F. McClelland, b Baines 2 \V. Keid, not out ... •, ... 0 Sundries.. ... ... 2 To...

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RANCID BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

RANCID BUTTER. Bacteria of ccrtain kinds aro un doubtedly the most offensive agent® iu making butter rancid, but it may also bo caused by oxidation, duo to tbo ac tion of light and air. Any kind of un cleanliness in tho dairy will at onoo" tend to preduco rancidity in the pro duce. TJio uso of impure water for washing up the dairy utensils, failure to wash tho butter ^ in the graiu suffi ciently, the uso of milk from dirty, cow.s, or milk which contains colostrum us yielded by freshly-calved cows, all tlieso causes help to make butter raucid. No <loubt tho commonest cause of rancidity - is failure to wash sufficiently tho butter iu tho grain. Tho easeiaous matter, or buttermilk, if left in tho butter in* cxccssivo quantities, will quickly set up decomposition and impart a very strong flavour to tho produce. It can easily bo diccoverod whethor tho wash ing of butter has been properly, per formed or not; all that is necessary is to press gcutly, but firmly, on a pi ecu of t...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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BENDIGO PIG MARKET. Messrs Mason Bros. report under date, Feb. 19, 1914:— [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

BKNDIGO PIG MARKET. Messrs Mnson' Bros, report umlor date. Feb. 19. 1914 Quotations : Iieat baconers, £4 2s to £4 3s ; medium do, £3 13s to JEII 17s ; light do, from £2 3s to £3 lis; prime porkers, £2 18s to A3 : others, £1 17s to/22s; stores, £2 to £2 10s; suck ers and slips, 2Ds Gd to 3Gs. t

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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MATTER OF BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

MATTER OF BUSINESS. "This liouso to lot — only couplcs about to bo married. need apply," is an enticing notice which attracts many r. : young pooplo to tlio doors of u pretty .suburban reaidenco. But, strange to say, tho occupancy of the house never , changes. „ ' c;; "1 think you ask to-much for you. - ' villa, Mrs, \Y\," tlio next-door ne gfr. hour remarked to the owner—a. sti i'» • liiJy. droned widow. "You coujd Kt ? .' ; it easily if you reduced the rent a lit i tlo." j "Bui I don't waul l«» lot it. I"* sho l repeated. "Then why do tvuu put that I notico in tho window" | "Well, you see,? I'm a louely widow, , with only myself to depend on, and I'm obliged to eke out my tiuy incomo," somehow," tho widow answered, confi dentially.- "So I write down tho namos aud addresses of all young cou plcs who call^ aud sell them at a fair prico "to ft lirm of clieup bouso furnish ers.."

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NOWIE. WELCOMED HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

NOWiE. ■welcomed" home. On Monday evening lust, tlic largest gathering of settler.-' ever seen nt Xuwie assembled together lo welcome home Mi ami Mrs J. Roberts. who had recent I v returned from their honeymoon. The proceedingswere opened byju tremendous noise being made ujon tins of every siy." and description. All present then joined in siuying the Welcome Homo song, after which a numbet of friends contributed soIoh, and games were in dulged in by the young folk present. The ladies, with their usual thoughtful nesp, !md provided a sumptuous supper, and full justice was douo to the good things pri'V ded. Mr Rollings (Methodist Minister, Ultima).then, in a very humo rous speech, jeferrcd to the stilling qualities of Mr Roberts, and eongratu lated him on bringing homo such an cs teemab'e lady as ho (the speaker) had found Mrs Robeits to be during his short acquaintance with her. He wished them health, wealth and happ ness, mid hoped that hath would ho > pared f»»r u great number o...

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UP-TO-DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

UP-TO-DATE. A lady was giving a Soripture Icimni on tho subject of tho prophot Elisha and tho wicked children wno re viled him. Sho described hoiv tbo aged propliot was feobly making lis way uphill wlu»n tlio children caiuo about liiin, jeered and ridioulcd hitn, and called out, "Go up, thou bujd head I" Sho then proceeded to im press upontho dasa tho dutyof boiiij.; kind, cousideratcy aud respectful ilu elderly .people. < . \ '*1 hopo," nho .said, "if aily of yo.ij had beon thero you would not liavo been so rudo and xininuniierly." ; \ ."No, uiuin," decisively responded an urohin in front, "Aud what would you havo done?" asked tho lady. ^ |"1 should have walked up to him kindly, mmn, an' said as I 'oped 'e 'ud got 'ia old-ago pension."

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