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

CRICKET. (from ft CoiTCKpuiulont). ■( : • Meatian cricketers journeyed to Lidbert on Saturday lust, unit an interesting game was witnessed by those present, A; Grey, tmcl T. l'owttr were the only players on Uio wmmuu side to rcaeli doublo figures, and II. Nalder, Campbell and Letcher for Lulberl. J. Brutinen 'ar.d A. Clmrlesvyorth bowled well. Tl:o former taking .5 for 20, arid the latter Ofmol. Scores:— LaUikrt. 11. iS'alder, b Brimncn ... ... 155 L. Douglas cPoweivb Alexander 4 A. Cluirlcsworth, b Brnnnon ... (>. Campbell, nob on* . ... ...17. W. Letcher, b Bruntirn ... 4 \V. Kelly, b Bcumum - ... .... 11 ,T. Ynnderfeen. b Alexander. .... 2 . ,1. Naldeiyb Alexander.... ... 0 Stewart, b Brunncti •:■ • ... ... 0. ,T. Robsnn, run out .» ... . ... . 0 A. Groat, h Alexander ... ! 0 Sundries . 1 Total ^ fi8 v l)owJing/nnalyslB-T-J.- Bruiincti, 5 for 20;* IVAlexander,J4:for ."I; . v' .; Muatianv .' U. Itapcr, lb Clmrlesvvnrth ~ ... 2 ' A. Grey, b Olmrlesworth ... 20 ■ .7. Booth, b Clm...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATE SUPPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

LATE SUPPERS. . Luttv suppers aro a common cuustut)!' insomnia, especially that form or it in which peoplo fall into a heavy sluup, only to wake with a start an hour or. so lator. Digestion coines almost vo a jlcud stop during sleep, so that suf ficient tinio should bo allowi'd'- for tlio last meal to bo disposed of before <lio hour of rotiring. ' This interval'should *bo two hours at least, which often moans that half, past ■ ojghfc is, as a rulo,' iato enough for tlio evening meal. ' "In any ens-*, tho fooH which is taken then ought to hi* of 1'gh" naturo, and not include pork, eol meat, or any other article c>f rlio* whu<h is plow of rtigostion..

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

ME ATI A K v. LAMiKRT. A very enjoyablo afternoon was : ul. the Meat-inn court on Wednesday afternoon last, when Jjnborb East nn tested a nutnbui' of exciting j^imea with tlip. ..local ;c]ul»;.-lhb- hitter win* ning. 1>.V 7 gu.riu*.. /Afternoon tva,: provided by tho Montian ladiL's. was | partaken of and thoroughly appremted,; Scores:— Gouts' Doubles. IT. and U. Uo»bcn,_ he it -S. it ml 11. free, C—5. S. Grey and D. Ho^bon, l>-'at O. Bourehier and A. Addler, 0—0. A Leach and F. itymi, lost to \V\ at:d K/Stephen8,"G—0. Ladies' Djublos, Miss F. Grey and Miss Ifbgben, beat Miss Scott nnd Miss A. Free, 0—0. Miss Campbell and &lts Leach. li,»&t Mrs Ci . IJouchior and Mrs W. Stephens, (»—ii. ■ Mixcd'Donblcs. Mrs und A. Leach, lost to Mr* U* Bouchier und II. Free, 0—J». Miss floxbcn and J. Uo^bcn, lonfc to Mrs and W. Stephens, U—S. •Mis* F. Grey ar.d H. Uogbcn, beat .Urs Scott anil S. Free, (i-r I. Miss Campbell and I-'. ftyan. lost to Mrs 33. Stephens and A. Free, C-...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Church Services. Serviecs will be held on Sunday next as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

Church Services. Sovviecs will ho held on Smulay next as follows:— CiirfKii or England—Ultinm, 7,:»0 1 p.m. Kvensonj*.—Tho Kciulcr. Catiiouc Ciii7itcii.~-UllitiM, lO.JJOa.m: -- Ui:v. Fathkk M'JJnibi:. ri;i:s»vn:itian- Ciiuncn—LuUimt, IL a.m.; Mctiliun/l. r> p.m.; UltimM p.m., AViiitcliie Sou li, "JJil) p.m. —Mr ,1. Jl-j. bcrtsou. Mktuomst Ciiitisck.—Ultima,- 7.H0 p.m., Mi* Uollings ; Mcntimi \\\, 11 a.m., Mr Thonms ; I'olisliut, Jl p.m., -Mr Rollings; Waitcluu t'untrnl, 11 a.m., Mr Ko;lings. | vojsam m'/

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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The Ultima Star & Chlilinoollah Express Friday, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

'Cbe CUtirria Star & ChUHnaolUh Sxpreoa Friday, February 27. When Minister for Railways, Mr M 'Bride introduced a system by which many of the country ser vices were "speeded up." The new Minister, Mr Mackinnon, is of opinion that material improve ment may be effected without any considerable increase in the working expenses, and has deci ded that faster services shall be afforded. Mr Mackinnon states that, now the Parliamentary ses sion had ended, he intended to give immediate consideration to the question of . speeding-up the. country services! Already, a' large number of suggestions had been forwarded to him by people in different portions of the State, and all of them were worthy of consideration. He would make an announcement as to the inten tions of the Department. We feel sure that all who travel on the Bendigo-Clnllingollah line will acclaim with one voice that it should be the first to be speeded up. The train due here at C.35 p.m. seldom readies Quambatook until an ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOR I AM THE SPIRIT OF FORGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

FOR I AM THE SPIRIT OF FORGE. (Bv "BkxSuk.") A local lhyiuor (4lBcn Sail") whose contributions nppvnv ufc'regular intervals' in tho "lUillelSn/'pcmis us the following: 0 ! I am the spirit that man did inherit - i When first—as a germ—he began. Twas 1 that begat him, and nourished!the. atom That aye was to further my plan. •/. 1 ruled the commotionsjha't quivered the. Where nature was rocking my 'chiM,. • • And I watched his iratisUions'and moulded conditions 'That brought him to rude manhood wild. 1 was his creator; his grim educator ♦ I laid do\tn his dcetiny's coursc:: * • And I am his master in gain or disaster, • For I am the spirit of forcc. I made him a rover my seas to sail over • On wild and adventurous guests, And he carries my thunder topillagcatul plunder, And forward his greedy behests. I 've sown superstitions, and lusty ambitions. And conflict, and carnage, and death, for every collision and crash and division To me is a life-giving breath. I've hired him for ••glory."...

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

RAILWAY IMPROVKMKNTS. No\y_..that tho lino t'rom Chiilin gcllah to Manangatang is an accom plished fact, further cxtcnsivo im provements will shortly l:e made at the Ultima, station yards, [n][ ad dition to the new station and other improvements which are now well on the way towards completion, a new <cal sta«e will rdiurtly he commenced, while an engine shed and a new turn table is reported to he under the consideration of the Itailnay Commissioners. W.vm: von Tin: Couvvuy. The largest vote this year in hoinjj utilised for the provisions of channels foi1 the Whnnicra. About 1T>-1,000 has been earmarked for tho purpose, and it will brinj? the total outlay on thi.s great pro jeet to over £770.000. All together, tho j-clumc feeds between and 7,000 M{unrc miles of country in tho far north west of the State. The main Winuuera bailee channel now runs L'CO miJusnorth , from its .SMurcoalLnlioLon^daU'. Various I.ranch channels have been, and are still being, built out from th...

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

TjEAGHUR v. barrapoort. The above mate!) was played at Leaghur 0:1 Saturday last, and remains unfinished. Good batting form was shown by F. Smith, W. smith and J. Genat for Barrapoort ; whilst U. Dun stan and 1>. Jackson were the best for Leaghur. Dunstan and Nash were the most successful bowlers for their re spective sides. The following are the scores Harrapoort. > ; W. Hosking, b Moore ... ... 7 j E. Hargreaves, run out... ... 10 I F. Smith, b Moore ... ... 43 W. Smith, b Slatter ... ... 24 : M- Nash, b j,homas ... ... 7 J. Genat, not out ... ... 23 ! M. Griffith, b Thomas ... ... 0 1 : S. Dunstan, b Thomas ... ... 2 ! I P. Hosking. b Dunstan ... ... 1 I J. Hosking,(b Dunstan ... ... 0 ; J. Chadwick, c Moore, b Dunstan.... 0 ! 1 Sundries ... ... *1 [ Tola! ... ... ... 121 Bowling -Thomas 3 for 20, Slatter 1 for 12, Moore 2 for 27, Dunstan 3 for 3, Weaver 0 for 29, Jackson 0 for 9. Leaghur.— H. Loader, b W Smith... ... . 2 F. Thomas, c W« Smith, h F.Smith -1 N. Graham, e P. ...

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

POSITION OF TEAMS. BoorU s 1 1 iMarmal ... S 0 1 1 Lcuphur • ... S id ii 1 Barrapourt ... 8 2 5 1 John !. Watson and Co. report having sold ilio property known a; Grant s, at Minmin.lie, at u satis factory price. Tickets are on sale for the lioort Mrthodist Church anniversary tea and concert 011 Monday, .March 'Ihe 1'cv. R. A. Taylor, a former highly-appreciated pastor of the church, is t J he present, and will he { conducting tbe anniversary Sunday services, miming and evening, on March 8, r.ixt Sun lay week.

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Correspondence. REGARDING DUCK SHOOTING. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

Correspondence. [The columns of the "Star" {[arc open for discussion on any public matter, but the editor docs not hold himself responsible for the opinions ex pressed by correspondents. 'The editor will, however, reserve the right to exeisc any portion which may be of a personal orolfensive nature, or to with hold it altogether if it is deemed unfit for publication. Correspondence for the welfare of the town or district in invited.—Ed.1 REGARDING DUCK LSIIOOnNGv To th© Editor. Dear tfir,—1The letter of "Country Sport" which appeared in your last issue regarding duck shooting hit the nail straight on the head, I have been I a regular visitor at the lakes for years I on the opening day of duel: season, and 1 J-yndger wits my l'avorito spot, but this year I, with many others, was com ; pletely beaten by the tacties of some rooks, who came long before anything eoulu be seen and successfully seared every feather on to the big lake. The time for shooting should be a fixed one after dayli...

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

Sli|irr,I3 CRITICISM. Tlio Miiall Imy sI(hk1 in front, of tho dazzling iijiiit, •»!' I In* cheap theatro ivith -1 n yellow dog under his arm. JSvidonMy ho wauled to g«-l, m, and tho .sight of a well-dressed and apparently prosper* I ous man 011 tlio .steps gave him ah idea. "Aro you tlio manager of tho show?" asked tho boy. It turned out that ho had guessed correctly, and thiT. Jad continued: "I want to soo tho .show, but I haven't got tho money, 1*11 tell y«.u what I'll do. I'll give you this dug if you'll let me in." Tho manager's heart molud. Hi> remembered that ho too had boon a boy. ' • "You may go in," ho said, " hut never mind about 'giving mo tho dog. Tako the dog along with you." Tho lad went in with the yellow dog under his coat. Alter tlio perform ance tho manager was still atamling in front, and happened to seo tho-urchin eomo out. "Well, nonny," ho remarked, "how did you liko tho show?" 1 "Oh, pretty well," ho said; "but I'm glad I didn't havo to give you tho dog."

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

About buying cows. A representative letter from an Eng- . lisli dairy farmer in the ".British Ag ricultural Press" aays:—"Cow buying is a very uucertain business. Thero isouuch fakiug in tbo oow market, but home-bred heifers are at least honest, iiorus may be rubbed down, and udders st-.eked und other purchases may turn out deceptive owing to udders boing what is knonw a.s ik'shy. Many cows u.ay milk well for the Jirst two or thren months, and then quickly tlry off, and tu'.-so nro just tho animals which will bo rui; round and offered for s»lo aftor then next calving. . Some cows which ( milked well iu thier own homes <lo bndly when transferred to a new place, So.no are spld because they aro kickors, at liable Jo blow or suffer from some revuti ug ailment. « "No on,» doubts that heifers nro safer buying th.'.n cows, but tlio fact remains tki.r, we mi) losing ground as to tho siipniy of i; • lung cattio by tho system of dealing too exclusively with cows. 'J.ho iiui'seri.'....

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

HARDIER INSECT PESTS. Somothing uf a sensation has been produced among Califomian fruitgrow ors by tho suggestion of tho Principal of Kuio??}oJogy of tho MVash'wgton Siato Colleg;o, tliat possibly under continued spraying withi inseoticides, hardier strains of insect pests aro being pro duced, which nro, bettor able to with stand tho effects of tho poisons, "In other words," said Professor Molandor, in his address, "it is possible, from a biological standpoint, that-, wo aro breeding tho resistant insects; ^ If thcro is suoh a thing as this, it is a big, big thing in tho fruit world. A fow years ago, wo wore cocksuro that sulphur-limo would kill red spider eggs, would kill eggs of tho green aphis, and yet I have examined I don't know how umny millions of red-spider eggs this vcar, and failed to find tliom dead after K'ing sprayed with sulphur limo. Tho sr.ino can ■ bo said of tho green aphis, in 11 good muny localities. /Whether it is a biological fact that soalo and oiber insects a...

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

FIGHTING WOOLLY APHIS. A writoi'm "Lo Vyogvca Agricolo and j Vittieolo" jccommends Jus a Jremcdv against tlio woolly aphis (Seliixoneura Inuigera), which is cortaiuly ouo of the moat difficult insects to, destroy, tho uso of commercial oil paint, asboing a pimple, practical and economic subs tance ensuring tho destruction of the colonies of npliides. Tho paint can bo prepared on tf e orchnrd acoording to tho following fer , mula :~Linsocd oil, 7lb; white lead, 3 J j lb; oxido of zinc, lib. t I Tho mixture is boiled for 10 t >inntc3 I and wheu cold ,11b of turnuntino !s | added. Tho paint ia applied by rutins of a brush to oil tho affected parts. As a rulo one application ia sufficient, but I in order to uo quite safo, two can be I made, in tho autumn and at tho ond 1 of Docombei\

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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THE MATCH-MAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

THE MATCH-MAKER. ()1<1 Pat ami I went to catoh shrimps in tho rocks below tlio cliffs, and after a morning's hard work, wo caught about a dozen! "I nevor saw tho liko of it,"said In.-, thrusting his net under a rock as ho spoke, ant! then withdraw'ng it in disgust. "There's no vacancy in t it at all. Tt's in a vacancy you got I linn I" Ho oxamined the contents' of tho net. "There's one, anyway," lie said, throwing tho twisting shellfish to wards tno. Ho throw two little green fish with largo heads on tho sand. "There's any amount of those'things," : he xeelaimed and then suddenly threw his not down, and running towards a largo rock, fell on his knees and bo na n pulling at a groat red crab, "There's .something, anyway I" Wo packed tho crab into tho basket, and covered it with seaweed, and thus deluded it remained quiet. I told Pat 1 did not think it was much good try ing to iind any moro shrimps, and he agreed with mo. So We sat down on tho roek.s for a whilo and gossiped...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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THOUGHTS OUT OF THE ORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 February 1914

THOUGHTS OUT OF THE ORDINARY. Tho foundation of a real and lasting fcucccis i.s seen rely laid upon tho ruins which alono aro apparent as tho results of tho work hitherto accomplished.—■ Lord Kelvin. Tho secret of success is constancy to purpose.—Benjamin Disraeli.. Wo live in this world only that we may go onward without ceasing.—Moz art. Kociis your ability upon one point un til you liuru a holo in it. Genius ls intensity, and digression is as dangerous as stagnation. "Ho who follows two hares catches neither." "H is tiie single aim I hut wins." Only by_ con centration can you work* out a satisfac. tory system. Chit your mind on it and keep it there. Watch every point, every detail. Liang to it with a bull dog grip till you get the thing done. It is now 'coming to bo understood bv the tuitions of tho world, and no. less bv Japan herself, tliat racial rivalry is going to be the international problem of tho future, if it is not already, well to the lorn and demanding solution. The p...

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

AMERICAN AGRICULTURE. Ail American export says of Agri- | culture in tho United States:—"There i is good authority lor tho assertion that I tho farmer could take front tho saroo area of ground in four years grain crops as much as soven years now give him. leaving tho products of tho other i three years when tho land rested from j grain, as u clear profit duo to bottor I methods. He can do far inoro than that by joining livo-stouk raising with 1 grain raising, Naturo has provided cattle to go with tho land. . , What nur peopfo have to do is to cover less ground, cultivato smaller farms so us to make tho most of them, instead'of getting a scant and uncertain yiold from soveral hundred acres."

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

TEACHING MEATNESS. 1 here is no mother who does not want her children to bo neat and ord erly. hut many mothers do not realise, or do not think, how early-the child ren can receive (hoir first training along theso lines. Children are so deeidedly creatures of habit that a little help and' encouragement on tho moth er's part, a little patience and a little or her busy tutu* now, will save her any, amount of trouble later. ]3abv. when fifteen months old, understood perfectly the expressions "Piolc It up," "('lit it hark," "Let's put. your toys away," and willingly did any of these things. Children love to bo doing something, and are just as pleased to carry a thing back where it camo from as to take it in the first place. Wo read occasionally of somo intel lectual prodigy that learns at an am azingly early ago to perforin wonders in poetry, mathematics, etc., hut a habit of orderliness is far more Import ant. tr> the average human being. Ha by is no prodigy at all, just an ordinary...

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

DWARF PEARS. An American authority savs: Wln\» dwarf pears are to ho used, thn Anger.-. Qiiinoe is the b»*st stoek. Tim Pcuvh go.su can bo used, however, tn gotxl ad vantage where the oJitnato iw very mild. The quince should bt; workod to eitlicr Kooneo or Angouleme, ami tlioso in turn arc worked over to what variotius are desired. Whilo 'ho dwarf pears have not been tried ou». very extensively as yil, thcM arc some people who believe they area hot ter commeroial proposition that the standards. T Hie distance for planting pears will vary frotn 22ffe to 30ft, according tn soil and climate. Many of our variet ies of pi*ar,s are sterile and do not set fruit well with their own pollen. Tho Cornice conies in this class, and tho Anjou sets fruit poorly witJi its own polJon. I» fact ovpji with self-sterile varieties 1 would recommend planting .so as to secure cross pollonation. I would suggest two lists, early bloomers and late bloomers. For Oregon, the early bloomers are Ihirtlett, Clairg...

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

a complete manure. A complete solution, for porfcct pro duction of plant and fruit can be mado up of calcium nitrate, potassium phos phate, potassium chloride, magnesium sulphato, ferric sulphato. If these in gredients were added to a jar of water, in tlie proper proportions, perfect growth of plant and fruit would ro sylt. The other plant requirements such as tho compounds of carbon with hydrogen and oxygen, would ho drawn* from tho air. From tho abpvo it will be seen that tin* plant-requires in tho soil nitrogen phosphoric: acid, potash, calcium, chlor ine, magncaimiij sulphur, and a iittlo iron, besides tho elements of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen drawn from the i air. If tho olemonts named aro pro* sont in the soil in an available form and amplo proportion, perfect plant and food production results; but if any ono of theso olauionts is absent, the normal development of tho plant is im possible. Analysis of tho ash of plants shows that .sodium and silicato aro present, hut it is ...

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