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NOTES ON NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
NOTES ON WATURE.U. . v The economic valuo of our native birds is .seldom appreciated.: • We can generally soo any little weakness they pu.-sess iu stealing a morsel'.of fruit, or a lew grains of seed; but, the good I lu*y do, and which they do hot adver tise, is unconsidered. When wc dis cover that few of, our birds, compara tively, are seed-eaters, uml the major ity are almost wholly insectivorous, «heir value may appear more promi nent. it is really only l'or a short lime in the year ihat birds are at all troublesome in our ondiards and own iiirii, the oUtid they do is in a greater pr.ijkh'tto(i than the harm. This, oi" euai-'c, only applies to the native avi fauna, ami the natural inference is Unit tijey aie worthy oi' wotocliou. Apart uv.n lm-jr distinctive hcautv. their geutio habits, and, in many cases, their delightful sinking, the question of Utility should appeal to even prac tical folk. To arm a boy or even a j ^irl ^as yoiim of our farmers do) with ■ a gun, in order t-o s...
BULK HANDLING OF WHEAT. EFFECT ON THE FARMER, [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
BULK HANDLING OF WHEAT. | KFFJ3CT 02T THE PARMBB, \ The JuiHrtliiig &lt;rf - wjiunt bulk iina i boon a subject for much debate iimW '^hu. !)lie'" pn'cu Wicat; bags hns buL-n Itu'goly rospni; Hlo for ro/iJiing ^ra j,vo topic foJ tli, mrmur. Uivwovd!-, dosnita all nrgu»i&lt;yit.. au(I , thtf ,investigations Urn; 'avo boon inado; the difficulties- offerer; hy : tho character oi' railway ' rollin" stook :aii(I-c!U-g6::.stciiincr,s liavo -openS lp&lt;l ss a /restraining influence against .innovation:. - .. lip experiment's Dein« c:irnq;l put in Now South Wales ,vi£ .00 ivntclicd' Ifitli '.interest!. -At" i re -.'iiit. mootin/^of the Pmo.-lWcst bniot.:, ?• tho.."Agricultural- Bureau, Mr H Jailing satd.the rriain argument in f*i V(ir ot bulk, handling -,vn( Ui0 cost of •?S5- i,11?Vint on to say.v—"Under t»'Jo wciiiwi^oi'lifti'yeHtjiig adopted here, ji .is. nwpiT.Ptic&Ma to dispense with tJio bty 'on the farm. ; lb,is patent to my t.irm'sr that .about 60pbr c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
ALWAYS TAKK IT I "I ithvuyH take Cha'iWlam'rt Omgli Remedy when [ have u &lt;■&lt;•!&lt;'," writes Mrs A. I're'ton, 51 Kin-j; illmni Street, Fit/.voy, Vic. " 1 1 ii-rtt tooU it when I hurt an uttnek uf influenza and i «nt a-licl' '»».•«> Now I always keep a Wtle hi the limwi and never lose an opportunity to reeoinineiul it to other*. I know, do/ens of people who look on Chamberlain's Ontjjli Keiuerty as a I part of their household ellcets.'
WHEAT RETURNS. The wheat received from December l6 to February 7, at the below mentioned stations, was as follows: [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 13 March 1914
WHEAT-RETURNS. The; wheat received Irom Decern-1 her lb to February 7, at the below I mentioned stations, was us follows : Bitrrapoort Greii^w II -' Oukvnle • 'Ctinnic Mentiau Lalbcrt . On Despatched. Station. J ... 52,(i70 -12,000 2«.i50l)' ... 31,ii77 S00 ... 3S,I&lt;V! ... 3S,!)T6 1.000 3S.227 -1,000
BOORT POLICE COURT SUNDAY SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 March 1914
IBOORT POLICE COURT SUNDAY SHOOTING. At tbe, Boort Police Court on Tuesday, before Messrs J. lr. Pen ltefather, P.M., and G. Bcrtoli, J.P.. Walter Riddell was'charged with being found shooting on Sunday, 21Iiid February, at Yando. Defen dant pleaded gmlty. llev. XT. C. Kent gave evidence that on the Sunday in question he conducted services at Yaudo, and about 5 p.m. he was driving home to Boort, when two inch in a buggy, the defendant being one of them, passed him on the road, the other man, who&lt;2 he did not know, was driv iuy. iVhen they got about 100 yards ahead the defendant raised liis gun and fired several shots, apparently at rabbits, as he saw them dead on the road afterwards. He informed Constable Weibye when he arrived at Boort. A fine of h'2 was imposed,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 March 1914
- SOROSES SKIN FOOD. Every woman who wislies to appear beautiful should use /'SOROSES" for theskin, it being unsurpassed in preserving the complexion.'*' - SOROSES SKIN FOOD isFRESIIEN ING. 'SOFTENIX.G,.. CLEANSING,'and. BEAUTIFYING, makes all blemishes sudh as PIMl'LES.FRKGKLES. WRINKLES, SUNIJURN'Vi SATil.d WNESS disappear like'magic.'- 'Pricc-as'g_(l per jar. Obtain able at \V. Wylic's, Boort. ; ^ A Simple Cure for Indiges tion. • : V ... v. HOW A BRA DE It; 0 BTATNBD \VON DKR!•'U1/ : AND; IMME DIATIv RKLI LvF ' PROM AN . ANTACID; ;:-v-v •. Sufferers from indigestion will be interested1 in a letter written by Mr n. Ctiddeford, 60 George Street, Huston Road, London, who, having ' suffered terribly from stomach trouble, quickly cured himself by a simple remedy. ' Mr Ctiddeford writes:—" , I have suffered from indigestion and constipation for over five years, and' it has been getting worse every year. For this last twelve months' f have suffered dreadful paiji. I have been attending...
KERANG AND GORDON COUNCILS. A COMPARISON. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 March 1914
KERANG -AND GORDON COUNCILS. ;'r A COMPARISON. • - &lt; Since the present Gordon Shire ' ,parted company wit,h the old Swan Uill frlvire about .31) years ago, we have Jiatl an undreamed of run of prosperity,-y/hile the mother shire has been'sUwlv sliding downwards, . The ratepayers arc evidently now awakening in Kerang, and have ■ commenced to compare our progress > ... with their retrogression. Keeping to this groove, "The Kerang New :> Times" of January IiO gave vent to the following pointed effusion of condemnation :— •,,'. In the eighties the southern por tiou of the then old Swan Hill Shire Was s vered and created a separate shire, which took the name of Gor don. ' Partly from the fact that the v « people in the southern parts of the ii; old shire were not satisfied with the >,&lt;■> , management of municipal matters ./in Kerang, and desired to .manage ' their own affairs in their own way, : and also on account of settlement ; ■taking place so rapidl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 March 1914
A Simple Cure for Indiges tion. IIOW A KKAD13R OBTAINED WONDERl'Ur, AND IMME DIATE RI'XIIU' FROM AN ANTACID. ' Sufferers from indigestion will be interested in a letter written by Mr II. Cuddeford, 60 George Street; Iiuston Road, London, who, having suffered terribly from stomach trouble, quickly cured himself by a simple remedy. Mr Cuddeford writes :—" ... I have suffered from indigestion and constipation for over five years, and it has been getting worse every year. For this last twelve ufontbs I have suffered dreadful paiu. I have been attending a doctor for three years, but I got no better. I have also been attending Middiisex Hospital, still I got no better. Jj'ood 1 dare not touch ; I began to get properly, run dewn ; I could not continue my work ; I tried reme dies of every kind, but of no use ; In fact, I often wished myself dead. I was looking at a paper one day. and I saw; bisurated magnesia recommended for indigestion and stomach troubles, so I thought I would try it. Aft...
Correspondence. (The Editor wishes it to be distinctly understood that he does not necessarily endorseopinions expressed by corresspondents under this heading). ULTIMA AND ITS FUTURE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 March 1914
Correspondence. (The Kditor wishes it to be distinctly under stood that he doca not -necessarily cn dor^uopinions expressed by cort espondent t under this heading). ULTIMA AND ITS'PUTUftR to Tin: I'.nrrou. v Sir,—I road in your paper a week or so back an article hoadod"Has Ultima a future." Kvidcntly that letter. tva»' written by one who kmsva vory little about the district when ho nalca such a ridiculous question., a id qitotoa such new arrivals as he does, To i*oty on the future prosperity of the district, wo nil know very svo'l that there is h certain class of people who Imvo to travel on the railways, and dnve"in motor cars on tho already made by tho brainy and sinewy pionoers If anyone want* to know baa. Ultima u future, let them take a radius of ten miles around,-and havo a look at tho thousand* of Acres which \ta« once u vast forest of Mtilloo pioo, Myall and belar, hut now one of tho finest wheat growing and lamb raising districts in the north of Victoria, ajul fieo the thou...
DOOM O[?]E MAN. MUST HE GET OFF THE EARTH? [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 March 1914
DOOM 0.' .... E PTiVM. MUST HE GET OFF THE EARTH ? Much hns been written at one time and another regarding the ability ol the white man to live in the tropica anil to retain bis bodily and men tal vigour. The consensus of opinion has been that he cannot do so. but that after a time he will flurely de teriorate, physically and mentally. Furthermore, white natives whose an cestors havo lived three or more gen orations in the tropics are not, with rare exceptions, the peers cither in body or mind of the relatives living in the temperate zone. Prof. Lionel W. Lydc has recently spoken most pessimistically on the subject. Not only does he hold tlmt the white man cannot live in health xln tropical, countries, but- professes to Ijeltcvcj.liat,'the white man..is"?db?niejeT /to ^ mc /ace of the' earth," giving way to the coloured races. The professor bases his belief on the theory that the original colour of the human skin was dark brown, the variations of that colour being the results of the...
Ultima Court of Petty Sessions Thursday, March 19th. Before Messrs. J. F. Pennefather. P.M. J. O'Brien, and R. Grey, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 March 1914
Ultima Court of Petty Sessions Thursday, March J9th. Uefore Messrs. J, R Pcnnefnthcr. i\M. J. O'lJricn, arid It, Grev. J'r.l1.) J, Mitchell v. H, E. Cuttle, claim for £4, timber supplied. Application for withdrawal refused. Dismissed with £1 Is costs agains complainant. Mr O'Connor appoared for the plaintiff, and Mr Town for tlie de fendant. —o — Emma Brown v. S.i.rah Ann June Manning, claim for £1 10s, balance of account owing for board and lodgings. Mr 'l'own wppearod for tho plain tiff, und Mr Schooling (of Tntchell, Dunlop. Smailoy and Balmer) Tor tlie defendant. Emma Brown, sworn, said slie was n midwifo, rosiding at Waitchie. On the 18th October Mrs Manning oaiue to reside at her place. She stayed a fortnight, went away for a fortnight, and came back and stayed another fortnight before confinement took plaoo. During the time she wad absent I kept her room ready and cooked meals for her. I am oharging bar for that period- . ;Mr Schooling, .Mr Town and the P.M. cross-examined wi...
THE GALVANIC GIRL. HER EVERY ACTION IS SPASMODIC. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 March 1914
THE GALVANIC GIRL. I HER EVERY ACTION IS SPAS j- MOD1C. 1 I do not mean to imply by "gal-, ranic" that this type of girl is neces sarily shocking, but I know of no other term that so adequately des cribes her peculiar characteristics.' . The particular galvanic girl whom for a brief—a very brief— while 1. Honoured with my acquaintance was called Tottie, which was short for— for . Upon my word, I have quite forgotten what it was short for. anyhow, like Girtie, the giggling girl, she represented a type, rarer to day, perhaps, than in my youth, but still to be found in sufficiently large numbers. The galvanic girl passes through life by means of a series of jerks. All her movements are convulsive. As sho walks, her head wags up and down, as if it were attached to her neck by means of a swivel. Her hand-shake is a thing to be dreaded, because she accompanies it with bodi ly contortions which suggest that her whole anatomy is called upon to as sist in the operation. When she sits she sit...
WEWIN SCHOOL. A GENEROUS PARENT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 March 1914
WliWIN scnoor,. A GI3NER0US PARENT. Tho following . names were submitted for olcction to tho State school com niitto. Messrs 0. Uoclclield, It. Jur.v, \V. Drown, A MeKon/.ie, T. LiicnrJie, u»nl Mea* drtmoa Brown ;uid Coekfield. No op position hoin;j offered the above were du y elected. Through (he genorosity of Mr W. Brown who h:vs donated the timber, the school will bo lined throughout. This hiw been ;i lontr f0lt want, .vid tou much pr.iiso eiumol to'given to Mr Brown for his nm^ntficient gift. The gentlemen nppo'ntutl to the committee intend to commence wnrlc on tho improvements to«morrow. RjfreshmouU will bj sup plied by tho Indies.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 March 1914
THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES AND MORTGAGE CO. LTD. WOOL WAREHOUSES, 573 to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. WOOLand grain AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW AND GRAIN WEEKLY. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES ON THE ENSUING CLIP OP WOOL For Salo In Melbourne or Shipment to London. The Company act Strictly as Selling: Brokers. ADVANCES ON GRAIN. YOU WAY REST ASSURED J (hit Beecham's Pitt* wifl be of great service to you if your stomach u out of order » •r your liver is sluggish. The conditions of life in these diys arc so strenuous'thai j nearly everybody is at times, overtaken by various derangements of the digestive / organs. Even the strongest and healthiest occasionally require a little corrective J? medicine. It is worth remembering that thousands of people have proved thai y BEECHAM'S PULLS I speedily exert a curative effect upon the disturbed organs and restore them to their 1 normal healthy state. This splendid preparation has * world-wide reputation for / relieving the ailments arising...
EXCITING FIGHT OFF THE COAST. THRASHERS KILL A WHALE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 March 1914
EXCITIMG FIGHT OFF THE COAST. THRASHERS KILI, A WIIALE. An ciciting fight between thrashers And a wbalo was witnessed off Syd ney heads one morning recently. A wild commotion in the ocean, 301m six miles to the eastward of the Heads, .showed on examination through the glasses that upwards ol ... a dozen thrashers were in deadly combat with a wbalc- The whale "Tas attached from all eM?s, end th? mammal in its efforts to escape lash ed the sea into a mass of foam. In - ' • its struggles the whale appeared to twist in all shapes. It made deeper- : . ate efforts to get ceaward, but all^to. ao avail. The thrashers would,"leap^.^T into the air and comc; y.'lthjtcrrlflb foi-cc/rTUl:tftq''^ . f n ' fch av. vmonstcr- tawardsi, ther One thrasher in particular was no- /V ticed to sweep down repeatedly on the mammal. This thrasher had a fin estimated to be six feet in length, and was marked with white patches on either side. It seemed to head tbe charge on the whale, which was gradually forced ...
New School Board. MEETING AT ULTIMA. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 March 1914
New School Board, MINTING AT ULTIMA. A largo number of parents assem bled nt the local Statu- school on Monday afternoon for the purpose of electing a committeo to the School Board for the ensuing triennial period. Mrs Elliott, who occupied the chair, said that she was pleased to say that the old committee had done agreatdeilof good work, and she was sorry to lose a body who had ; at all times given their sympathy and ' help to the requirements, of the school Mr Buckley said ho felt sure that be -voiced the opinions of all the parents when he said that the general , appearance of the school and garden, together with the good progress made by the ehildivn.reflected great credit on the Into committee and tho hoad tencher. He went on to say that he | thought that the instructions to pireuts io school committee should havo been available for the infor mation of the meeting, together with a report of work done by tbejate comraitles. ! Mr Anders said Chat Mr Cuitle, las correspondent of t...