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CHURUH SERVICES March 29 CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 27 March 1914

' CHURUH SERVICES Mnroti 120 Cuunru of England. liooi't- 11 iim., »wl 7 :)0 p.m. • 'l*YrniliuiTl—8 p.tn llfv; F. 13. liKtt'lN. PltliSUYTKUIAN'. j-. ,.ti-7.:!0 p.m. ] '\:iIn-hii Ox—a p.m. • l'\ri.niit! Hill-11 a.m. . liKV <>• A. STKHMIiT. (,'nriu'ii hi-' Christ. ' Bonn—11 ».m.. wornlrp in Oliiipi'l. _ I. Ilji'.'gi-i': •'! p.m.. >» Gmlfivy • 'J'. 1 liinKor; S pin., yospi'l Mirvii-u in K,,l,'l'. Ha^rr. Methodist. j-,,..,-, —11 ii.iii,, ltcv Kwii; il!''v Ki'i.i' Ciiu.miiul—!l. ltcv Hunt Yiniiio—:t, Mi' Win^ocl'l o .Miininil—*'i liiinstun . . .\plil ft. (.'a :ii"i.!i: Chukcii-. . Mnniui',' t'lirly ' ' ll.iwl, lute

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

QUAMBATOOK !H Si ANNUAL RACES. To be held in MrS. Cameron's paddock, adjacent to the town. WEOH ESDftY, APRIL 8. OFFICIALS. PRESIDENT.—Cr S. Cameron. VICE PRESIDENT.—Mr D. Williamson. CLEItK OF SCALES.—Mr M. Coughlin. STAUTEU-Mr .1. Han ley. CLERK OF COURSE.-Mr. D. Williamson. IIANDICAPPLR. —"Mr G. Morecroft. JUDGES.— Messrs J. T. Harvey, T. F. Hogan ami J. Whitehead. STEWARDS. —Messrs E. Keating, A. Prest, I. Dunstan, T. Dunphy, J. M'Carthy, A. Rotters and .1. Coughlan. TIME KEEPER.—Mr P. Doyle, senr. COMMITTEE.- Messrs \V. Austin, P. W. Barnes, G. C. Berrett, C. Coote, M., D. and P. Cummins, R. Carrutilers, S. and E. Dorman, D. Darcv, J. A. Daglish, U. and .1. Fleming, J. Fradd, D. Gardiner, II. Good, G. F. Gross, II. Godden, .1. Graham, J. Gadsden, .1. Ileslop. J. Holland, J. Harris, A. Holt, W. &. D. Kelly, M. Harkin. R. Johnson, ■i K., .Ino. and .las. King, M. and D. Keating, C. Kaiser, E. and .1. Money, \V. Miles, A. Muliloon, R. Moore, J. Siangan, W. M'Grath, I'. Moss...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES AND MORTGAGE CO. LTD. WOOL WAREHOUSES, 573 to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. WOQL^GRAiN AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, SKIN3, TALLOW AND GRAIN WEEKLY. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES ON TIIF. ENSUING CUP OP WOOL For Sftlo in Melbourne or Shipment to London. . ■ The Company act Strictly as -Selling Brokers. ADVANCES ON GRAIN. YOU MAY REST ASSURED 5 _ .^echam'j Pilfs will b« of great service to you if your stomach is out of ordt# j* ^ «r your liver is slusjisK. The conditions of life in these days are ^ostrtnuous thai J a fteifly everybody is at times, overtaken by various derangemenrs of the digestive # w •rzans. Even the strongest and healthiest occasionally require a little corrective J? ^ medicine. (t is worth remembering that thousands of people have proved thai y BEECHAM'S j. I P®LL^ . I g l^eedHy exert a curttive effect upon the disturbed organs and restore them to Atif i j normal healthy state. This splendid preparation has a world-wide reputation tof £ j nili«vix\...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

KI(i»m\**; I-OK lilM'ATH. "MvlinU* I'»v w;i* u niulyr tohudmlil* and coughs," >a\> Mrs C. Wam-ll. I«.vke'* Ctcl'k, Kockluni|iton, <}. "At tiim'* ho has been ho hail thsit I havo found him light ing for hrei»th. Sm«:c I started yiviutf him ClmntlierlainV t.«.:isjh lie ijedv I do nut Worry over hi* rou^lw lot* 1 know that a couple of doses will give him immediate re lief " Commonwealth of Hustvatta *L Bfl >LLINE i fnr^icn <tirnl. Fwiipn l-illx nr^otialfd ami ■art rJ llif xorlii. Hi]!* ur;-<>ti«U<l or r<ir»»riU<l for i «,f »*erv (Jui-niticn trftMftrt*! «ifhin ll-f CcminOR tut anoni)t» qi»r,t<l. )>.Urm |>*ul (,n fu««l dfjoelU. SCOVELL AND SPURLENQ PTY. LTD. Tailors, Hatters, & Mercers, I arkly Sir cct, FOOTSCRAY. The right spot to send for your next suit. We send samples and self-measurement all over Australia. Write us to-day. Specialists in the Manufacture of Kilts. J. PETERSON, Nort...

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KORONG VALE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

1 KORONG VALE SPORTS.I The Korong Vale annual sports gathering on Wednesday was pat ronised by a fairly large number of people. The events proved very interesting, some close finishes being witnessed. In the evening several light showers of ravu fell, but these had little effect on the concert, the hall being well tilled. The dance was well patronised. Results of the sports: — One Mile Bicycle Raco.— Pinal Heat.— Smith... ltelcher Saunders Half Mile Uicyele Race.— liclchcr A. Grey ... ...2 Smith... ... ... 8 Won by two chains. Sheffield Handicap. — Final.— Roberts ... ... I Stownrt ... ... 2 Sweeney ... ... Won by six inches. 220 yards Handicap.— Sweeney ... ... 1 Roberts .. ... 2 Won by two yards. Trial Stakes.— Reynold's Riverina, 9.0 ... 1 Coutts's Maud Elliott, S.2... 2 Romeo's Jean, 8.0 ... U Won easily. A protest was lodged, but has not yet been settled. Novelty Pony Race.— Rosette ... ... 1 Kimona ... ... 2 Won easily. Handicap Trot.— Coutts's Jim W ... ... 1 Mclnnes's Ruby.....

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FOOTBALL. A CLUB FORMED AT MEATIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

FOOTBALL. A CLl'li FORMED AT ME AT I AN. A meeting of those interested in the formation of a football.club was held in the Meatian hall on Wednesday, March 25th, when thmv was a large 'number present. . It was unanimously \U«oidod to form a club to be called the Meatian Football Cluh, mid the following ottictt>bcarerK were elected ^-Prepidenl", Cr Rot. Grey ; Vice-presidents, Messrs A Grey and T. Taylor ; Patrons, Messrs It. Donohue, Dr. liowan, II. E. CuUIc, A. •T. Parish, \V. Letcher, Power Bros., W. O'lJrien, J J. Nina, L. J. Poiujl.u, M. Brooks and J. Guy; Treasurer,* Mr \V. Davies ; delogatos, Messrs Puvics and O'Brien ; .secretary, Mr H. Olhien. It was decided to fix the prico of mem bership tickets at 2a Gd each, and tlio colors of the team to bo red, white tuul blue. Mr " Snowey" liitUer bus financed for Georges Ciirponticr, tlic Trench middle vvi*i«jlit and champion of Ktiuopo, to visit AustraJm. The agreement, which «III b„*, signed on 8th April, provides that Cur- I pu...

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Boort Brass Band Concert. HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

Boort Brass Band Concert. HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL GATHERING. It is a long time since the Boort band, was before tlie public seeking assistance, but being in need of more instruments and fresh music they decided on holding a concert for the purpose of raising funds to defray the cost of their require ments. This concert was given on -Friday evening last in the Me chanics' hall, when a large gather ing assembled to show their appre ciation of the help rendered by the band for many years past at the Hqspital Sunday services through out .the district, and other gather ings. The president, Mr T. Gawne, occupied the position of chairman, and in his opening remarks he re ferred to what had been done in that direction, nearly ,£500 having been raised bv their efforts in this way He also spoke of the ambition of the band to compete at the district contests which are held at different centres, and for this purpose more instruments were re miired. ."iiice the re-organisation of the band under the le...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Sporting Notes. TENNIS. THE WAITC[?]E SOUTH CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

Sporting Notes. TENNIS. UTiiR WAiTcinkjsocth cum:. The opening of tho now court took place :*t Wniiehie Sonlho/i Saturday 2Sib, , A number of players fiom tho Forest Tank club were present, and an enjoyable afternoon was spent. During tho after-i noon, tea provided by tho iadfes, \va* j partaken of. ! At the fast inccLiny: of tho tennis club | it was decided to hold a singles' touim I incnt for both ladies and gouts. Owing ! to many of the players being busy crop. I piny the entries which closed 011 Satur-' day were nut us largo as were expected,' However some good contests should bo | witnessed during tho next few weeks. ! The handicapping is in the hands of Or. i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

uoxHxn.Y kk<;ommi:xi)i:i>. "T'» anyone j-utVerinj' from tliairho.M 1 cm Imnostlv . H'.MmutH'ijil ChumU'rluin's L\j1k liti< 1 l>Inrrh<ioa Hi'iiu'dy us Ifitii,' tho nu'-t rmm'tly mi the miwkcl," writ' - mr (\ (Hooper, w.ikt'lirM, N.Z. "1 h.ivi* irii-il nil ports of mtsliciiuvs but. li.w h»un«l nothing e |U»1 to ChiimWluiu'a I 'urnl Diun li'H-a Kcmody."

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Chillingollah. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

Chillingollah. Interesting photographsofChillinijollah appeared in last weok's issue of the j "Lender." Tlio following is a clipping I from an articlo which also appeared : - | 4*Tlio railway line ia being extended in a , northerly dir ction towards the Minify ; Itiver. fts extension across tho latt.v into some j*ood agricultural districts of i New South Wa'es has been provisionally! arranged /or between the rcSft.'Ctivc Governments, but tho agreement has not | ; yet.receivcd legislative ^auction. Chil-j I lingollah is thcroforo likely to be not only ; a prosperous agricultural town, but also a | j central point on what wi'l ultimately do ' I volopintoa long and important rai'w.ty j system." • J I Mr C. Shore, draper of Qunmbatook, : ' intends opening a similar establishment i j at Clullingollah shortly in the premise? | [ recently occupied by Mr John tiuv. With that end in view Mr Shaw visited j Chillingolhih 011 Wednesday last. Mr l*. | Barm's, another popular resident of Quauib:i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

A Dyspeptic's Life Saved. SEVEKE PAIN AMD SICK NKSS FOR MANY YEARS CUBED BY A SIMPLE ANTACID. NEIGIJBOBS SAID HE. WAS A DYING .MAN. Chronic indigestion and sickness after food and severe pains were all quickly cured by n very simple remedy in the case of Mr R. Savi gan, 11, Gloucester Street, Barnard town. Newport. Mon. in a letter retelling to her husband's illness, Mrs Savigan writes :—"He did not know wlmt it was to eat u menl without it coming baeli," which ap pears lo have been his condition for a considerable time, until his wife, .while reading a ladies' paper, saw ordinary bisurated mugnesia recom mended for indigestion, and obtained a small (junutity so that her husband might try it. A few doses gave Mr Savigan great relief, and before he had finished the first supply the trouble was practically cured. To use Mrs Savigan's own words : He can eat his food and is looking splendid, and can do his work ; in fact, all the people about here loak at hi:n, for they all said he was ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Drift Sand & Weeds. NORTH-WESTERN PROBLEMS. CONFERENCE OF COUNCILLORS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

Drift Sand & Weeds. NOKTII-WKSTKUN PltOIILKMsS. COSFEKKKCK OF COCNCILUUIS. An important conferonco of dele gates from north-wottern municipa lities was held nt tlio sln'rc hall, Hopcloun. on Tuesday. The fol lowing delegates were present:— Swan Hill, Counoil ors K. Gray, Standen, and tlio engineer (Mr A. W. D. Brown), and the secretary (Mr \V. Bird) ; Mildura, Councillor Gordon ; Uircliip, Councillors Burlier, anl t,ilbavno; Walpeup, Gouncillors Pjoltering and Wiltshire ; Dimholla, Councillors [Innes and Humdorf; Borung, Councillors I'ot tor uud Pondlobury; Wycheproof, Councillor McKonzie, andlhe en gineer (Mr A. G. Stewart ; Km 7 1 karooc, Councillors MuMhman and; Ruggat. Oouncil'or Marahman, th-i president of tho "Korkar.ooc Shire, wa9 appointed chairman. The drift-sand question was dis cussed at length, and the following motion was unanimously agreed to i at the instance of Councillor I^gg^tt, seconded by C»\ Inne* : M That tin* uonforoiieu iTconinu'ntl* the Arinivttcr fo...

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BOORT A Plucky Rescue.— [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

BOORT — A Plucky Rescue.— A gallant deed of motherly devo tion'was witnessed by a number of the townspeople of Boort the other i day on tbo local railway reserve. Several members of the Boort tennis elvl) were practising on the court at the back of the Methodist Church, whilst a number of spectators were looking on. Suddenly a cry of ali^m was raised, and the eyes ol everyone were riveted od the local railway sta tion., A pair of line, upstanding horse?, harnessed to a bu^y, the property of Mr H. II. I.anyon. bad brcn tied up in close m'oxiinity to the station. Startled by the approach of an engine, they managed to break loose, and galloped down the railway reservo towards the turnstile near the tiinnis court. No one appeared to be in danger at lirst, but the youngest child of Mr and Mrs R. J. Wingiicld, whom everyone knows as "Bunny," bad strayed from the ten nis court and was playing soma yards insido the railway reserve. Being a very little fellow, and at. the other sido of a thr...

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Waitchie South. HARVEST THANKSGIVING SERVICE. PILFERING AT THE HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

Waitchie South. (j-UOM OUK OWN COJIKI:sI'O.VI)J:NT.) HARVEST THANKSGIVING:'-' '' SERVICE. ' V| PILFERING AT THE HALL. '.'j' A Harvest Thanksgiving Service in connection, wilh the Presby terian Church whs held in the Wui tchie South hall on Sunday 2!)th ult. A number of the ladies gathered to gether on Saturday afternoon, and tastefully decorated the hull. A limcdisplay of fruit, as well as a good variety of vegetables, were to be seen in the bn.il on Saturday evening. This," however, was altered before 7 -iO p.m. on Sunday evening through some miscreant having en tered the hall and stolen n big per centage of the fruit. Admittance to the hall was gained through the windows, which am as yet, not pro vided with locks. One of the largest congregations yet seen in the local hall assembled, and all seating accommodation was taxed to its full extent. Mr Robertson delivered an eloquent address, and took for his text the 7th and 8tb verses, chapter 5, of the IJpittle of St. James. The singi...

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CHURCH OF CHRIST. EVANGELISTIC MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

CHURCH OF CHRIST. evangelistic mission. Messrs llicj^cr and Clay, who- lnvo just closed a most successful Lont mis sion at Booit, nvo now conducting a brief mission in connection with tho local Church of Christ in the Mechanics' Hull, Ultima. Tho \inission commouced on Tuesday night when there was u Bplen. ■did attendance—sonic coming from Swan Hill to attend. The congregational sing ing was very attractive, Mr Clay proving to be a muster in the nvt of lending. Mvh Clay presided at the piano. A sciii>. 4,I hoard of a nanus" was sweetly rendered by Mr Clay. Tli» sermon punched by Mr Hayger was intercsting|and earnest, Ihe themo being "The Wonderful Jesus," Sorvices will 1)0 held every night up to next Monday. On Sunday three meet ings will take pl.tce, at 11 a.m., <1 ami 8 p.m. Tho Presbyterians have very kit dly given up their Sunday night «er vice for the mission, and the Methodists have abjudoncct their afternoon scrvico and will hold that at night ul 1 o'clock. Ever...

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CONVERSATICNAL ERRORS. SMALL POINTS THAT BETRAY "BREEDING." [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

CONVERbflllCr.AL ERRORS. — SMALL POINTS THAT DKTItAV "BREEDING "• " Uy conversational crrorb I do not. mean so much grammatical.mistake? ,. is tho3c little faults til sp'ccb whiih distinguish the rnl from th» .... well-breil man. Still, a word may ,1)?., said about f-rammatli.nl errors. ^ A very common one is to Be twecn you and I." This is not only grammatically wrong, but )»:■!>'«"■ the murk of an impel fcitlj ^.lucatea,.... ... prT'jon who in pretending that hi' in better than lie is. .. C /; He has heard thot it is grammati--. .•/* > 'V.\;v cnlly wroi.g to say "irs ™c." that. _ str'ctly spenkiDi;. you rhouUVfeay.^.,. "it is I." .. As a matter ot (act, many' well -y bred people do not say . for. such- tforrectnafr ^o^rUinsnTjCOJF^,, \ vernation savours of pedantry, ami , . - ■i well-bred man, beirtg ratural in ^ •very-thing, does not Mop to pjtje' _ ind choose l.is grummet" the company ot bis friends. . , . , The man, however, wl.o .'■ays uer twecn you and I." iE- trying to...

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METHODIST CHURCH. QUARTERLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

METitouisr cfn;i;c!t. ■- quarteuly meeting. . Tlio quarterly mcpting of tho "Ultupft Mcthoiiiat Church wiw held at Mr A. Grey's residence, Folisbet. Mr F. Rol lings presided over a largo uttendanoe of members. Tho stowards reported tlmt owing to the generosity of tho membors nml adherents they would be a^>!e to moot all their liabilities ; this being tho first year that they were able to do so without having to resort to a special effort. Every, branch of the church wns reported to bo in h splendid condition, and the best thanks of tjie meeting was accorded Mr Rollings for his splendid yoiua work. Mr and Mrs A. Grc.v, with-their usual kindness and generosity, provided two sumptuous repasts for the* visitors, and full justice was done to the good thinks provided. Attention is drawn to an advertisement in another column ro Farowoll Sorvice of Mr Kollini'son gimdxy evening next,, the 5th inst., at 7 p.m. •

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THE NEW JOURNALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

THE NEW JOURNALISM. That there . is . n n«w .journalism, .vith prhiciplt-s ami mirlhods in har mony with new political and wnal conditions- and now developments in acws-transtnission . nnd.iho printing: art -is, evident. : The '.modern news- • paper is: far more, a busiuess enter prise than was the one of Uirta de :ndes-.«^o. To ifonic observers this means the subordination of the writer to tlus power of the .publisher. Tl thls he so in some instances, the cor rection lies with the public. The abuse of control should brine Its own . punishment in loss .of pat ronage or ol intluenre, or.of both; The newspaper, be it published ' in a country village or in the largest city seeks tirst the eonlidcue;: of the rcudr ers. Without this it cannot, sccurc either, business for us advertising pages, or inlluence for its ambitions. Publicity aUmo may once havs suf ficed, but rivalry is too keen today. Competition brings-a realising sense of fairness. Hence it Is that there is a demand for well-e...

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The Churches. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. HARVEST THANSGIVING SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

The Churches. FHRSnYTJSUIAN CIiyitCEF. Harvest Thanksgiving Skrviokr. Hiu-vont Thanksgiving Services wero hctd in connection with tho Presbyterian Church aV Lalbert, Aleutian and \V»i* tchio - South on Sunday Just. Ija^o con* 1 grc^ntionfl wofo iho order of Lho day, | and tho ladies in every instance had spared no cflnrts in decorating the building*. At Meatiun, on Monday, a sale of g fts was held when tho various articles realised satisfactory prices, Mr J. HokerUott conducted the Kcrviccs.

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CA,[?]S LANGUAGE PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

Ct, 5 UtNGUAGE s-HO-LEM. Two mllKo:i of the 7,1)00,000 people in Canada °;^ak only the French lan dings. The 5,600,000 who speak l£ng jish aro In a preponderating majority in numbers, but as far as the domin ion of Canada is concerned the two languages are on an exactly equal tmsis. The toleration of any langu age other than English is so foreign to the spirit o! the Institutions ol the United States that American* aro almoKt unable to appreciate the troubles their northern neighbour* bavc with their bilingual system. It is true that there are more per sons in the United States who speak no English than there, are in all Can: nda,' but; they arc nearly all rcccnt immigrants. ' ** The ono -portion oi , ^be .^3n^vC»K • v®tataO'^».ia^\Yh^«ri^forcJgnrlan^intkiU ipersists in In- Louisiana and • the: southern part of Alabama and Mib.i Issippii where - the ? French language, still" is largely used. " lint these southerners nowadays also speak, English, for in every local community the Engl...

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