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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
IK Ml INC. I OK BUI VI U "Mv little Imiv nviis a tmuivr to l««l colds and tough*.' snva Mi* Gv WjutuII, 'IjiWeh Creek,, K«i«jkIirtmpt«ni-ViQ.\:!1^.VAt-liiii«a'vhe: has been so IkuI thai i huvo tounH hiin light?/ ing for lire.Uli. ^inco i Ktiu'twl giviiVg- hiin . Chamberlain s Cough. ttemedv \t i;&lt;lo not. worry over Iiih .coughs: for I■ know that u cotmlu of doses wiU tfivuihimiimmerhutu re?: Iief "
ARTIFICIAL MILK FROM VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
ARTIFICIAL MILK FROM VEGETABLES. A subject which has groatly exer cised the minds of scientific and medical circles, aud which tlio Pross has not boon slow to recogniso, is the-possibilit"* of being ablo to secure an artificial mils from vegetable©. Demonstration has recently been mado in London in tho manui'aoturo of this product, which it is claimed, contains all tho elements of tho best cow's milk, and can bo used for tho sumo purposes. Much interest was taken in tho demonstration, among thoso present being Sir 'William Crookes representative of tho Huino Oflko and tho Local Government Board, several medical officers of health, aud othe. members of tho medical profession. Air A. J. l&lt;Vulding, who .will bo res- . poiiBibjo ior tho introduction of :»yn Lhotic milk to Great Britain, said it was nioro digestible than ordinary milk, lio claimed that the cream -tfas far moro nourishing, and would Kv-l any time. TJio milk could bo nsod for all cooking purposes, and very good ...
PROTEST AGAINST HANGING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
T_ — I PRoVeST AGAINST HANGING. llcinarlcoblo domonstrntidM woro m dulg'Hl in by thousands of Lauuuihirs ^Sine-class' people, «*' a Protes' •ituiiust tho execution at Striuigewoy* St Mandator, of.tot h-^. u ^outii of 20, who, with an ucoom Jl&Btold ililtoii, bad b~» sootou reprieved, and immediately thoro ■•iraiig 1111 n popular agitation to a uimilar_ exeroiso of domcucy the CapublicKfw.ing. concerning thofata of this young cnminal was excited m Otdbam to an-extraordinary dogroo. At ;iu eleventh hour i.pp-;!U tt> t!Uoia nlliee The yoiUli Ol thoir i-JIorta w" - awaited ia ,'uo town with intense .«•• *'Thousands of milTbi.^is, mnlo and femalo, s-tuoil about m tho ,.ireute for hours hoping to hear n^s of a Uv or •iblo rt'!>ly Their palionoo ».m severely taxed It "'US hall-past ton-at night Mtvro tho contents o£ ^5 ®^wd could bo announced to >llu ^ clr *L which fillwl tho syuaro in front of '"■IMw, u&vam was to tho effect that, the mission of tbo d"put»tion had...
ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXVI. SIR LAURENCE ADAIR'S REPROACH. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
, .W. How«fl ?oo!e>.) -.0 r. OU APT Jill XXVI. • SIB LA Oil EN UK ADAM'S ' 1U5 ' X'ROACJl. This is truo courage, not the bmitni forco Of vulgar hcroos, but llio firm resolve :Qf vJrtuo and oi' reason. \ ,.";r -With n' guilty aciiso oi solt'-rcpruaeli .-.for- tlio honest hoarfc that nho had •, -• wounded^ Lady Adair, u*ho landed hcr ; • strong in concealing the motive of . Jior ..--conventional marriage, .suffered y..;3io'rsolf to bo passively led towards tho i • Mauor, her hand upon her husband'.', A'^VAvorin; .together parsing the crystal ^M'v^dopths' of - tho. 1'oiuita/ned la Ice, which ^v^i^'isHaclowcd .their reflection. ia . its pino.id. surface, up tho htops in no ciro.wn they "walked, where, cro.-yii)f; the balcony, . shofollowed Sir Uuircueo into hit • .Study.- His pairing was erect, his . face declared his mind to be decided on somo course of action. With a move ment of his lips, although no word es • raped them, and an unuhVcted motion of his. hand and ann, he pointed to...
SMOKE AND ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
SMOKE AND ELECTHiCITY. Electricity appeared as a solution for the smoko problem in a roceut demon .stralion. The smoke-abating appliance removed the soot from OOU cubic feet of smoke in ;i minute at a total cost of about a penny a *1 :iy for, operation. The notion ot' the apparatus consists' in pre cipitating thrs solid particles in tin? [ smoke by means of a powerful electric | current, ami its invention is based on the fact that one-third to one-half of i the solid matter in smoko from smelt in^ furnaces consists of particles of irou oxide. Klectrical current is applied to the smoke by meuns of ,u who woven through a number of small pipes placed at the top of the chimney so that the smoke must pass through- them. As J soon as the electricity is turned on the ! small particles floating in the wnoko nro changed to largo particles "which fall back into a bin by thoir own weight, its application is not confined, howover, -to smelting liuruaivs, for it has boon found that the devico ji...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
SOROSHS SKIN FOOD. I-vcry woman who wishes to appear beautiful should »$&lt;: "SOKOSKS" for thcKliin, it being unsurpassed in piWmiii; the complexion. . SOROSES SKIN FOOD is I-'KKSIIrN ING,- SOFTENING. GUCANSJNG. «m\ UhAUTll- Y1NG. makes all blemishes such as riMPLKS, FRECKLES, WRINKLES. SUNDUKN & SALLOWNESS disappear . like magic. I.'rtco as od-per jar. Obtain able at W. Wylic's, 13oort.
Church Services. Services will be held on Sunday next as follows: [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
Church Services. SevviMH will bo licit! on Sunday noxt as follows:— CiiUiK'U of Exoland—Ultima, 7 :t0 p.m. Kvch>oiik,—Tim Hauler. PllKSIIYTEvIUAN Church—Lulbeit 11 ii.in.; Moatinn, i.lfi pan.; UJtimu, 4 i,.iu„ Wiutchlo Sou h, 7.80 p.m.- Mr J. Iio' borttton. ' Mkthodist Cnuncn—UlLinia,7.110p.m. Mr Ituburts; Mc:itinli W., f) p.m., j[r ItoburtH ; l'lilinliiit, 1) p.m., j[,. H0l|jn„4 . Wowin, 7.H0p.tn„ MriBoilings, " '
WOES OF THE POET. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
WOES OF THE POET. An editor was Bitting in bis office "one day when a irion entered whose t-rcfw was clothed with thunder. Fiercely seiving r ••iialr, he slammed his hat on the table, hurled Ms um brella on the floor, and r.nt down. "Are you the editor ?" he asked. "Yes." '•"Can yon read WTiting?" "Of coursc." . "Head that, then," he said, thrust ing at the editor an envelope \*ith ,an inscription 011 it. "B " said tho editor, trying to ■pell it. ' • ■. j ■ "That's not a '13'; it'ti an. Baid the man. j " '3' ? Oh, yes. 1 see. , Well; it ; looks like 'Soles for Dinner,' or 'Souls fon Sinners/ " said the editor, "No, Bir," replied the man ;, "noth ing of the' sort. That's: iny name— Samuel Bruncr. I knew you couldn't •rsad. I called to. see about that pown ol mine-you printed the other day entitled "Tho Surcease-of Sot* • "I don't remember it," said the •editor,; "Of. -course you don't, because it ^tcnt-i.nto'■•the. • paper . under, ilie viL- i -lainotTs"title ;Smeacase lonior row.' "...
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
Obituary. The news of the death of Mr 1\ McCabo, at Kaniera on Friday even ing last, was received with profound regret by a largo circle of friends from all parts of Ihe district. Tho deceased gentleman was indisposed with typhoid fever for about threo weeks A few days previous to his demiso his condition had improved, but on Thursday a relapse set in, which owing to the week state of his heart, proved fatal. The 'lecuaieil, who had only roached his 23th year, is a hro&hor to Mr J. McGiln, a resident of Meatian. Ho loaves a widow and two young children to mourn their loss, and to these burca* vod ones tho deepest sympathy will he extended in iheir sad affliction, | G8 vehicles and 10 horseruon fol | lowed the remains to tho K'micro, ' cemetery on Sunday afternoon, where tho burial sorvice was road by tho Rev, leather Brazil, of Spa Lake.
NUMBER ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
NUMBER OXK. The little sharp-faced man rqnj&nd overtook the vicar—a cleric with tbo' reputation of being » generous sports man. MI wanted to speak to you about tbe village football team/' be said. "They're a fine lot of chaps. They 've won the league, besides two cups." "Well ?" said the vicar. "They're in low water. They owe three pounds for rent, and the land lord won't allow them to use the field again till it's paid." •"Oh, is that so ?" said the good natured vicar. "Well, here's the money. By the way, I suppose you are an official of the club." "No," said tbe sharp-faccd man, pocketing the cash, and turning away, "I'm the landlord !"
THE ULTIMA LIBRARY. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
THE ULTiSVIA t IBffARY. public viEUTrs'G. A pub'io meeting, eonvoncd by the Ultima progross association, was nub scquuntly hold for lbc pmpu.se of discuss ing matters in eonm^tiou with the local library* About 2'1 irchtlciih-n wero pro* sent.' The. president of the progress an nociution (Mr J. I). Soaion Stuwnrt) was etccted to (ho chair, (hi ibu motion of Messrs J. Drewett and 1'VOcmvay. After tlio chairman had briefly out. lined tho objects of the mooting, Mr DrmvrU wuid he thought a jibrnry, with u good supply of books, would be a wolcomo addition to the town. ITc uluo thought (hero would bo littlo trouble in gulling HO members to join, \vhoso s.il> acribitions would proviso sufficient .. Incarry on tin* library. ..v A furtlior rlfor1 . should be inado to.sceurn the prommed donations, and if tliosc wore forthcoming they, would .be entitled to tiKri.!2,lgnuil/ ■ .m provided by tho Government. '1 he ; sneaker went on to say thtit,*uo t'ff irb : :v should In; spared to brim,' the...
NOTHING WRONG WITH IT. A tradesman who did some work for a customer a few days ago rendered the following account: [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
NOTHING WRONG WITH IT. A tradesman who (1»«1 some work for a.customer a few days ns° ren dered the following. account H. &lt;1. 2 iron pegs J 0 1 wooden &lt;lo. ... ... 0 U 0 9 . . The customer sent 2/3 to-settle the hill, pointing out that a mistake,had been made in the account. One-and-six was returned by the tradesman's boy, with word that if the customer read the hill he would find it all right. He read the hill two or three times, and then called on the man to point out that there must be an error. The tradesman took the bill, and. with the air of one whose chief troubles in life rose (rom the stupidity of others, read the account "Two iron pegs, one-and-six ; one " wouldn't do—an' it was sent hack— n'n^pence ; leaves ninepence. What's wrong with that 7" - ••
Ultima Progress Association. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
Ultima Progress As sociation. FORTNIGHTLY M BETINO. The usual fortniglitfy meeting of Ultima Progress Association was hold in the hall on Tuesday eYening last, when the president (Mr J. D. Seaton Stowart) presided over a fair attendance of member?. Mr Brooks pointed out the disad vantages that people oil tbo east side of tho railway were under in coming into the township by having to go a long way round, after the railway gates were dosed. This gentleman moved that the secretary writo to the ItiiUvay Commissioner*, requesting them to have the cross ing left clear of trucks, and tho gates oponeil longer for trallie. A good deal of discussion took place over tho baiauco sheet, as! several items were not clear to the auditors. As no information could bo obtained, owing to the previous secretary being at present absent from the district, it was decided on the motion of Messrs li. Cuttle and J. O'Brien, that two gentlemen be appoiutod to inquire into tho matter anil report at next meetin...
FILLING IN A WORD. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
PILLING IN A WORD. In the course of conversation it frequently happens tbat the man who is speaking to you hesitates, a mo ment (or a word. The temptation to supply the mis ?lng word is great, but it is not one I that should be indulged. In [act, it :s considered a matter of ill-hrecding to "help a person out" with his re marks. Although the word may bo perfect ly obvious, and one that you know that your friend has in his mind, but' cannot at the moment ^ct his tonguo round,' you should restrain the impulse to say it lor him. It is much more complimentary to let him suppose that his remark is not an obvious one, and tint th? lost word docs not occur to you any more than it docs to him. "There's one th:n~ I den't li':e : about Ilro'AB." I "What is that?" "Why, the confounded, low-browctl, I half-baked Idiot is always calling I somebody Dame*." ■