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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
CRICKET. The sccond nmtch iti connection with U)o &lt;»rd round of- the Central District Association was played at Lalberfc on Saturday March the 7th, between teams representing Lalbert and Goschcn. 'Lab left team was consiileraby weakened through the absence of several of their players, but iiuvcrthele.ss.il very'pleasant afternoon .was .spent. Lalbert «oing to the wicketa first were disposed of for 7y rur.s ; \V. Campbell, \\\ Kelly, and J. ltobsou being tlis main scorers. Go. sehen players, on going to the wickets, took their yeoro to U38 beforo the lost wicket fell. At the close of tho match, tho Goseben team were invited to tea by the members of the Lnlbcrt club, when a very pleasant time was spent to. gether. Appended arc Jhe reorcs :— II. Lewi*, b W. tfnMcr :j 1», J ]?. Drcwett, b II. Lunch ... 8 . 0. Groat, b W. Kidder , ... 1. T. Kent, o Mcl'herson, b Leach 2! W. Kelly, b J. Dunning ... 14 W. Campbell, b W. Naider ... 10 A. Groat, b \V. Naider ... 0 Median, bW. Nald...
COST OF FOOD FOR MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
COST OF FOOD FOR MILK. >• Two Vim'orsitv of Locds jiikJ I bo Yorkshire Council for Agricultural Ldu eution have issued their first lcporti-n the investigations, mhdo.as: to' tho ct^t of food iii thc. production of, mlkl. The report refers to investigations rovu:ii£ one year only, mudo m Yorkshire, upon tho lines adopted in. Scotland,; where tho' investigations: have been coiidiii.fod: uninterruptedly since "-ATr. John Spcir. was instrumental in initiating Ilium in 1903. 'through tho instrumcntn.'r^y of Colonel Goodman, C.B.y Great Snun ton, Northailerton, nia« landowners r.nd farmers, along, with' Colonel Goodmaii, bolped to carry* out tho investigations. Tho herds, included in tlio investigation, wiero visited tmod a- fortnight du:mg i the 12 months commencing April . j uAt each visit tho morning'a and tven I lug's miH: of caoh cow -was weighed and |-,a-separate ^amplo of cacli takori for tho determination:'of fat. "ho fond supplied to tho cows, both .howc grewn aud purchusbd, w...
Sporting Notes. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
Sporting Notes. TENNIS- . A tennis match took place on "Wednes day Inst between Lalbert anil Mcatian, on the Jatter'a court, and resulted in a win for Aleutian by 'itf games. Follow, ing are tho scores :— OKNTS* DOUBLES. \V. Campbell and R. Ilumphrics (LaJbcrl), Jost to S. Grey and R. ilo**bunt Junr. (Mcatian), —0. A. Groat and C. IJealey (LaHierl), lost to 1\ Alexander and I«\ llyuit (Meutiun), 3—0. ■■ ■ "..j ■■ L. Douglas and SV. Anderson,- lost to J. and li.llogbon (Meatian), 2—15. JAMWi' IlOUUl.KS Aliases I*. nnd Y. Kelly (Lulbert), lost to Missus I1'. Grey and .1- Ilogben (Mea Cian). •(—*>.; Misi>os Campbell and E. Grey (Mea lian), lost to Misses J. ami 15. SVarehain (Lalbert), 4—•(►, lilXKI) DUUBLKS, Miss4V. Kelly and A. Groat (Lu'bcrt), lost to Miss I Hngbcn and J. Hogben (Meatian), I—G.' . Miss [15, Warelmuiiuid L. Douglas (Lalbcrt), lost to. Miss L'\ G rey and IV Alexander (Meatian), 1—0. Miss L. Kelly and C. Uealy. (Lalbert), '•nb Miss 15. Grey . and H, Grey sMutian)...
AN EPISODE OF INDIAN LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
AN EPISODE OF INDIAN LIFE. Years ago. when I was almost 17 years oI age, we lived in front of a luairtnu, or big field, and every nigbt' we werepestered with the field rata that need to come in for stray crumbs—great ugly brutes, that would ,make_4nixv.blppd ,freeze. -Of course, it "was" easyfor them^io gain 'entrance, sleeping as we did with all doors and windows open as much us possible. I , often heard my parents get up during the night and have glorious rat bunts, liut I used to lie low and pretend I was asleep, not fancying the excitement of the chase, till 1 was very neatly inveigled one morn ing by my mother. She happened to spy a rat biding behind the chest o! drawers in her bedroom, got the dog and called me in, closed all doorH and windows, armed herself with a big stick and handed mc one. Then began all the Jumping and squealing imaginable till I was fairly tired, so to rest n bit I jumped up on the cot and .sat on the wooden bar, dangling my feet and having n quiet grin ...
SUMMER SURFING AT SYDNEY. ABANDON: GRACE: GAIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
SUMMER SURFING AT SYDNEY. ABANDON : GRACE : GAIET7. The great sight la the way of* sea* i bathing in Aur.tralfa is'the summer j surfing carnival at Sydney. It is u remarkable spectacle. If ever you ijo to Sydney, do not miss a visit,-to . • Manly, or Bondi, or Coo^ee— tin three places all within an hour's nc- • cess of Sydney—where the surfer* hold high revel and make .the scn sc^po: gla&lt;l with their merriment.•' I have' seen people bathe from variotw • ' lands in many tides, but I have never Been anything that resembled the Joy- . otis abandon, grace, and gaiety ol • i . Sydney surf bathing. • /v'.-r"5:: \ . i'icture a beautiful stretch of tho I-nc/flc Ocean breaking Jn wilb -"a great swell: on a white beach. Thtn people both—the stretch of oceau anil , the beach—with thousands—yes,- thou sands—of bathers of both sexes, young for the most part, clad in ll^ht an I airy bathing costumes that gis*e full play to uncovered Jimbs, either in the water or going iu, or basking on...
ONE FOR TOMMY. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
ONB FOR TOMMY. "Now, - Tommy,". snl(l the: tcncher, "you were • not at school yesterday afternoon ?" ♦ i "No, sir." "Have you nny explanation to of' for ?". The boy hesitated. He was on2 ol those boys who are always ready with an answer. "Please, sir," he said, ut length, "I—I was coming to school,' and. I saw a steam-roller." "Thore's nothing very strange iu that," said the teacher. "No, air,'* continued (lie youngster; ".but I was watching it, und 1V police man says to me, 'Mind that steam roller,' end I stayed minding it" nU the afternoon." A boy of tender years was return ing from school the other day, cry ing bitterly. "What alls you, my little fellow?" asked nn old gentleman. "I-I've lo-ost the p-penny the t-t teacher gave for the best boy in the class," sobbed the l»oy. "Oh, well, never mind," replied th2 old fellow, "here tfi another o.ie that will take its place. Hat tell mc ho'.v you lost It." " 'Cause I wasn't the best boy ic the class," replied the hoy.
LITTLE THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
LITTLE THINGS, ! A littlo word, said pleasantly in pas 1 sing, may brighten up yomc careworn fellow's day fa, little sneer, a littlo bit ter sassing, may change iiis skie« from gold to sombre gray A littlo praise? may send feet blithely tripping, that otherwise would drag the long day through; a littlo help, when soino poor j cuss is slipping, may start him right and bring success in view. A little, roar when vicious things aro brewing may spoil tho brow, and oil up Virtue's wings; a littlo kick when statesmen arc pursuing falso gods may bring tliom 'round to better things. A littlo soiiek* may mnko us "seem a fouutain;of v«if> tlom if you keep your tongue on .straight; a littlo debt may soon bocomo a mountain, and crush you down be neath Us galling weight. Tho little tilings mnko lifo a joy or nuisance; if 3'oti ignore this fact, when you aro gray, you'll roaliso you were a blooming goose tiinco vou let t-lio best of all things get -Walt Mason.
TWAIN AND HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
TWAIN AND TUMSEfiF. Marie Twain in his lecturing days was to appear in a small town. He arrived thero in. the afternoon and weut to abarber's to bo shaved. ^ "Von aro a- stranger in tho town, sir?" tho barber asked, "Yes, 1 am a strnngor hero," was tho reply. „ •••\Vo'ro having n good leeturo bore to-night, sir," said tho barber. "Mark Twainns to address us. Aro you going to hear bimP1' "Yes', I think 1 will," said Mr. Clemens. "Havo yoa gofe yoiV tieUot?" tin* barber asked, "No, not yot," said Mark'. "Then, sir, you'll havo to stand." • "Dear mo!" Mr. Clemens exclaimed. "It seems to mo as if I always linvo to stand when I hear that man Twain lee turo 1" . Tt is not difficult-, to find tho. point of attack iti a trtcV. '
THE TABLE. TOMATO RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
THE TABLE. ■ TOMATO IU2CIPES. • Tomatoes a la Char,sour: Procure about 1 Jib of ripo tomatoes, blanch tbom for a few seconds in .boiling wator, then remove tho skins, and cut tho tomatoes into slices. Heat up in a stowpan ouo ounce 01 good cooking butter, and try in it two peeled and finely chopped shallots, with two slices of streaky ba con out into fmo snips; tho shallots must bo a palo fawn color, not brrrvvn, Put in tho tomatoes, season thorn with salt and pepper and a pinch of castor sugar, Stir over tho lire a fow min utes, then sprinkle over a desertspoon ful of Hour, stir again, and add grad-. ually a gill of stock; allow to simmer for about ten miinuesj cover the pan, and keep hot till required. 3lean whilo pool and stem -Jib of small fresh cup mushrooms, cut them into thm shreds or slices crosswise, and toss them in a frying pan with a littlo best olivo oil proviously heated over a quick (ire. Season with salt and pupper. Mako a border with tho mushrooms on a round dish, p...
Methodist Church Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
Methodist Church Anniver sary. On Sunday last the 33rd anniversary of the above church was celebrated Services were ably conducted by the i Rev. H. E. Taylor, a former pastor of the church, who delivered two bright and cheerful addresses. Special sing- , ing was rendered by the choir, under the conduetorship of Mr P. Cameron,' which brightened the services very much. ! On Monday evening a tea meeting; was held in th.1 lire brigade hall, which >vas well patronised. The many good 1 things dispensed by the ladies, whose faces were wreathed in smiles as they attended to the wants of the hungry and thirsty were very much appre ciated. The ladies who waited on the tables were — Mesdaines McLaren, Cameron, Mead, Barclay and Gawne, and Misses Davey, Ilosken, Boyle and Cameron. The concert held in the church after the tea was well attended, and an ex cellent programme was provided. Mr E. Weaver occupied the chair, who, in his opening remarks, said he attended the opening of the church .T&...
How I Saved my Hair. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
How I Saved my Hair. " My hair was thin, short, dry and brittle. livery time I combe.1 or brushed it large quantities came out, and I began to fear that soon I should be entirely bald. A spe cialist whom I consulted said mine was a particularly bad case, of dandruff—so bad that he knew of only one thing which he could hope would overcome ' the trouble and restore my scant tresses to their former luxuriance and beauty. I le told me to get my chemist to pre prepare a lotion composed uf three ounces bay rum, one ounce lavona de composee, and quarter dram menthol crystals, and to rub this into the scalp twice a day with the finger tips. I was sceptical, but did as 1 was told. To my delighted astonishment 1 soon noticed that my liair had slopped falling out, and in a few weeks my head was covered with a new growth of downy hair. 1 continued the use of the lotion until 1 possessed a head of hair, all my own, that is the wonder of all my friends. My specialist says he has known of many eas...
HOW TO OBTAIN GOOD CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
' v. '1 HOW .TO OBTAIN GOOD CROPS. •An .'imago crop of.hay extracts from .tho soil -about -50Jb. - of. nitrogen, an equal quantity of potash, and 131b. of phosphoric acid.,'- v A question often ' asked isY Should' a dressing of; nitrogen bo apphed>to tho land:* As av rule. probably not, oi* to quite a limited ex tent.'. 1 Tiio.cJovcr uJiieh-'grhivs in ibe fU'ld and tho bacteria whioh are active in meadow hfndinay 1j? trusted to col lect isuffieiont' nitrogen out of^.tlio air to nourish not only the clover but -ihv grasses. Tliisigassuuu'ng that tlu* meadnw contains a fair. proportion '.of clover; when such is not tho base and thero is little clovoivthen adrcssing ,0! nitrogen advisable aud verv advnn-. tageous..'."V. .Tho two other plant foods, t potash and ^liosphorio acidt should bo liberal^ applied jto moadoNVfi/ cspcoinlly if - the-: . field is poor, in plant food. Kaimt is a good • form of potash, except in very heavy lands*. .and then sulphuto or pot-: ash should be usi:d, ...
Kicked by a Horse. MAN'S EYE KNOCKED OUT. FACE BADLY SMASHED. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
Kicked by a Horse. S MAN'S EYE KNOCKED OUT. , . FACE BADLY SMASHED. ' A painful and serions accident hap pened on Saturday evening last to a young man named George Dutton, a resident of 1 eaghur. He was feeding his horses and was driving a foal away from its mother, when the latter ! kicked out and struck young «>utton in i the face, inflicting very serious in juries. His face was smashed in by the kick and one of his eyes was knocked out. He was rendered uncon scious by the blow. The young fellow was brought to the surgery (f Dr Webster with all speed, who attended to the injuries and gave all possible relief. On Monday Dutton was re moved to the Bendlgo Hospital, where he is progressing slowly, but it will be some time before he will be well enough to resume his work.
TO CURE "SALT CELLARS." [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
TO CURE."SALT CELLARS." j No one need have a scraggy nock ami obvious halt-cellars, oven if they arc thin, write* a correspondent to a London paper. I used to bo terribly afflicted in that way, and could never wear a coilarle.-.s blouse oj- decolctie frock with any de gree of broomingnoss. Noiv ali my friends envy my full, firm throat; I've no loose akin under h:^ chin, ami not a sign "of a salt And the remedies I used were so •simple. .... A iriend who iias studied physical culture in Sweden taught mo three lii-ad and neck exorcises, which hav^ had Mioh :i good re.suit7 that 1 feel 1 would be quite seiiish to keep them to myseif. When doing lir-so exercuKJs, tlio neok should bo- bare, Tho .best plan is &lt;o do i)leni in u dicing jacket, but as it i.s advisable to do them at in tervals during the day, as well as night : ami morning, and at such times, it is not convenient to take oJF one's, blouso, the neek-band and tho top hooks should be unfastened. ^ Now for the exorcise...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
Wedding. Not often does a wedding in B»>ort excite as great an amount of interest as was evinced especially by the gentler sex—in the nuptial ceremony which took pjace at the residence of the bride's mother on the 3rd February, the contracting parties 'being ah* Wil liam Dalgleisb, of Barraport. and Alias Mary ttaines, iifth daughter of Mrs Baines, of Godfrey-street, Boort, I with being popular in the town and district where their families have been asso ciated withits progress for many years Of the bride, it may be said that her frank and honest disposition has en deared her to a large circle of friends —especially the members of the l >oort Golf Club who showed their respect and esteem for her by giving'her a " kitchen tea " on the Friday evening prior to her marriage, at the residence of her irother,where all joined together to wish her long life and happiness in her future life, bringirg with them a large collection of kitchen utensils necessary to furnish a kitchen. All p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
TAKE XO 0TI1KR. For nine years I snlVered with a liver dis order and tried numerous medieines, obtain ing vcrv little relief," writes .\li*s K*ther .1 Cole*, Major's Creek. X.S. W » After tak ing (jhnnl)erliiin's Tablets regularly for n fortnight 1 found I was ^reallv benefited, and am now eompletely restored to health. My father, who is 70.'is an invalid ami is troubled with constipation, hut has obtained the greatest benefit from Chamberlain's Tablets. Rather than use any other medi eine we have often sent into Hmidwood that is 20 miles away, for ClmuiberlrtinV j TuhleU
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
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