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Devastating Storms. EXTENSIVE DAMAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

I , Devastating Storms. extensive damage. A couple of sharp peals of thunder on Friday morning appeared to herald the downpour patiently awaited in this district. But we were hot in" the track of the storm.' A score of points came down in double quick time in the township, after which pre monitory symptoms operations ceased. The fall was patchy in the extreme. At Ninyeunook, near Parker's, over an inch fell, and the roads were flooded, other j parts gotG3 points, while Oakvale was served with 2S. Bendigo appeared to have been the centre of the troubled zone, foi the hail storm was the worst yet recorded in the history of that golden city. Windows and sky lights were smashed to pieces, telegraph and telephone wires broken, orchards and gardens devastated, roofs of buildings dented and broken, and the Mall was a sea of water a foot deep. All the business places suffered and the damage wrought is estimated at more than £60,000. The rainfall for'the day was 345 points. At Inglewood shee...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MASTER YOUR DAILY CARES. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

MASTER YOUR OAILY CARES. The aim o' living should bo hr.r inouj—t?j«. housekeeping, (ho nliio un adorned melody; the home-maMmr. tlio second «o a beautiful duet; tin out Hide adornment, the rtecompanimpm, and tlio social and educational features. 1.1«* grand finale; (lie whole making a perfect harmony of Jivinir. Co-onnrn linn between members of the household i "i .ill the intricate workings h ahac^ I lutuly essential. The home the mo j 'her's kingdom; the bmi? and drviRh J«'rs Iter loving, lovat subjects: the lius hand aud father should be the prima minister, and then, if they counsel to gether wisely «ud well. happy 'will bo teat household. Master your daily care* bv becom ing so familiar with (horn that (ear a'nd d/oud ofthrm are unknown; then dis like will vanish. Of oourae the sea you sail will not always be crWm.

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

Chamberlain's Tablets FOB CONSTIPATION*

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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What is Supporting the Local Press? [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

What is Supporting the Local Press ? What is supporting the local press:— Is it sending complimentary tickets "nticl handbills (printed in other town .) with a request toattond but) give ft report (for the good of lhccausc)ofthcconrcrt, social, demonstration or religious me<-:ing when the name ha« not been advertised in the local paper? Ah ! no, inydear brcthciu, it is not. Is it» supporting the pve s to j ..give one inch ° advt" ami wa ■; a £ii ■ report? No, my dearly hclovcf b-vrhern,' the perspiring journalist oannoi w i3h his hands in innocency ami find hn .;. ., Oce., for his family in kssk or k.v imssk, . iy rent, W0g03, taxes, and other hea • Hiarges, uuless he is BUpporteddcvontl;.. ;;:h-ss all urixtfing be kept itt tht» -unless ho v. ceiveo good adveitisin.. support. Notv itbatanding a custom very largely followed, I say don't bo mc»»n with the press—encourage it and suppov: jc; don't send work out of the district. Remem: her the press is what you make it. IVess ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Church Services. Services will be held on Sunday next as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

Church Services. Sorviurs will bo held on Sninlay no\t as follows: — 1 IlKSDYTKIUAN' ClIUHr'JI—Cllillinnollull, 11 a.m. ; Stratford Krst. 2 p.m. : Weuin, 4 p.m. ; Ultiom, no Korvioo.—Mr .1. Uo Mktikukst CfruHcir.— ('Ifimii. 7 p.m (Fureu'oll Service), Mr l\ Uollitips; Mnulinn K„ !t p.m. (Sacrament), Mr Rollings; I'oli.shet, iJ p.m., Mr iJolurU ; I Wultchiu S., 7.iW p.til., Mr Jilhert. I

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

TAK1-: NO OT1IKH. Fur nim'i'yiMiM 1 sutVored with a liver • order :uul tried numerous nii'dieim*?', obtain ing very' relief," write* Mi<s 1'MherW. Cole*. Major** C'teek, X.S. \V •* Alter tak ing Uhrmberlnin'H Tablets nvjularly fur a fortnight I found 1 was j; rally bemlitul, and am now rou jdctu'y roloivd to health. My father, who in 79. in an invalid and in troubled with «'i nstijnlimi, but. lias obt aim d , tiw grvat«*t I encfit fro n Chamberlain's ! Tablet*. U »tl t r tlnn usj any other im-d' I einu \vc hive • Itou Font into llraidtvo<<l | that in 20 miles away, for ChniuWrlivn's Table-In,

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Cycling and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

Cycling and Motor Notes. [By Our Special Correspondent,] The Wellington CyolingClnb of Welling ton, N.S.W.. lias now fecurcd third plaoe in connection with tlio Durdop 100 milos Belay Team Competition—this club's team • ' ten riders having carried a despatch over 100 mile* in •! hrs. 38 mins. 54 sees. Thin perf« r.nancc belters that of the Buthursi Chili (N.S.W.) who* previously held the ! third fastest record in thu test by over two minute*. The individual relay* of ten miles | M ere covered sis follows:—Kellahun, 27 mins 30 fees; linen, 32"mtns. 39 sees; O'Brien, 28 mins «1 sc< s; McConncll, 27 mins. 23 m:Brown. 28-mins 26 sees ; Hood, 20 mins 1 sec; Britt, 27 min.H55 sees ; Cameron, 27 mins 59 : CilMoii, 2G mins 09 «..* ; Hoskins, 25 mins 21 Icon. Thu first ami sea'ond fastest times recorded so fur in th«; competitions arc •! hrs. 23 mins. 13 sees, by the Cohurg Clnh, Melliourne, nnd <1 hrs. 34 mins. 1 sec., Iiv the Noith..Suburban Club, iVrth. The tot finis...

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

SPORTING NOTES. The last round in the Boort Dis trict Cricket Association will ha played on Saturday. Manual and Boort are even, each team having beaten the other twice. If these two leading clubs win their matches to-day—Marmal-Leauhurund Boort-' jjanwpoort—there will bo a phiyotV, and the match should evoke u lot of interest. Playing against fjeaghuron Satur day list, Jim O'Donnell again dis tinguished himself hy scoring 77. lie has played most consistently all through the season, and has been a hig factor in the success of the Booifc team. The Quambatook races will be1 hold in Mr S. Cameron's paddoek, at Quambatook, on Wednesday next. Good entries have been received for the several events, and a splendid day's miing should be witnessed. At the Wedderburn raeos last week Mr J. Proctor's Mclvinney Miss 'ran second in the Bracelet Trot of J l/z miles. She was carry ing over I3st.. which was a big han dicap, and told in the end. The se/'ond toit match between the Australian I leven a...

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

MELBOURNE LETTER (From Our Special Correspondent). • .'hero is a huge schcmo lor the beautilieatum <rf a long stretch of the j banks of iho Varra. It involves Iho expenditure of an immenso sum, hut j lliaL is regarded light-lveartedly by tho many people whose Alpha and Omega is the building up of tho oil-y, regard less of the rital need for thu develop ment of the country. In eonncetion with this precious scheme for providing iiiili\s of uelightful drives and gardens for the dcWetation t»f city people, while those w)it> arc doing the real work el building up the prosperity of tho tftato are grievously handicapped through want of payable roads, tho Public Works Depart mi nt has made an im portant discovery. It has been found that the Ministry, under a very old title, can coiupulsordy acquire tin* lands that aro needed. Tho land along tho river, extending from half a mile to two miles on either fcido, is held by tho owners on Mich terms that they can bo called upon to pl...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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THE ONE TO BLAME. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

•I'llK ONF, 'I'O IVLAMH. Till! sttll'V IS I <>UI uf II \\ l*ll-UllOW H liuld tfiinr, will), wlum to sins at a dimior, ;illlnm;;li lie hud no music* ivitli liiin, wont on tu tlio phitl'oi-m t" try. , ]•]<> <lul his lav>t, but lie bioko ilnwii tu in tlio middlo and rotirwl. . JTo was ehocrcd up byum elderly man flitting noxi to him, who tnppod him on tlio aliuuldor and said: "Never mind, Ind, Urn's dono thy best; but tU' follor as asked tljco to sing owt to bo shot,"

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ARGENTINA'S WHEAT INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

ARGENTINA'S WHEAT INDUSTRY. Argentina, iu j.piU> of poor marketing facilities aiul a backward fanning po pulation, already ranks third among tho t-hreo vrheat-oxportiug countries of tho H'orltl. Its area devoted to wheul cnl- | Into lias doubled during the past 10 ; vears, and is three times as large as it was only 15 years ago. There is every prospect, too, of a stili greater advance m tho near future. In the August United Empire, Mr, S. llodred, ol Uuouoh Ayres, gives an interesting ac count of cereal-growing in this South American republic, which bids fair to become ono ef the world's granaries. Giving to conditions of clininto and soil, Argentina cannot, it would seem, enter into .serious competition with Canada in tho production of ''.strong wheat. Marietta wheat, originally brought from Italy, forms about 70 per cent, of tho crop, and Russian wheat i>() per cent., while tho remaining 10 per cent, would include various classes of wheat, some of which are grown hpe eially ...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST ! (By "Jluslicus.") Tho .inspection of tlio beet ureas at Boisdalo and Mulfra showed that . tho crops arc substantially bettor than tho.su of Kilmany. , Tno crops aro esti mated to yield up to fifteen tons to tho aero. Since thu water wiih supplied koiiio weeks after tho plants had re ceived a check, it is clear that" had tho irrigation started at tho right time, thu output of tho- roots would liavo been well over twenty tons to tho aero. If tho irrigation faoihties had boon avial able, ho that .tho beet areas could have received their iirst watering at thu cud of November, instead of two months later, there would be no com plaints to-day as to tho returns from sugar beet culture. On tho contrary, tho remunerative yields would have proved so encouraging that there would been an anxiuty to incrcaso" rathor tliau reduce tho areu under this crop. Tho conrtast between areas that have been assisted in this erudo milliner and thoso which liavo not been irrigated at 1 all...

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LUCERNE: ALL ABOUT ITS GROWTH AND CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

LUCERNE: ALL ABOUT ITS GROWTH AND CUL TIVATION. M. A. O'Ciiliaghiin, in "Dairying in Australasia.") With tho Iapso of lime and the ex tension of experimental work, both pri vate and oJlioial, tho l»et has been dis closed thai successful lucerne culture' possible under conditions previously considered impossible. No longer «s its cultivation confined tt> tho noli alluvial banks oV ;ti rivers, whor0 tho rainfall is largo, but tests havo proved its adaptability to a wide range of conditions i Mending jar inland, into districts having a com paratively light rainialt. It has, thiamin!, beeumo an import ant factor in increasing the carrying rapacity of largo areas of" [ami varying ill ;iitituUc, quality oi .-nil and raiuiali, ami where irrigation is available, the certainty of its producing heavy re turns has largely increased tho value of holdings possessing this possibility. Although under normal mk<nd con ditions crops cannot compare with those obtained in tho uiotv favou...

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

eitix :sr©rsted The Perfcdion cf Ready Tailored Cloihcs . . . This i. th<> BiEcc-i «' aii _ ciotiuns v»iui»—ti. fmf.it of Blue Suita {of 4f>/— It jrreo jou on extra flood, all wool. Blue Twill Wor* sd fine nppearnr.ee, colour-farft nr.d Jouu weArin up with nil that perfection of style end vrorL which you would expect orilj ot a much bifjl Jj» fit, a carefully eroded -ystn faction to men of all figure*. j Twill Fox No. 4- Serge Sm£s trtcsdy t» TZ<tzr) Suite, Sttca 3 to 7-—Q£>/'0 Lnxrjer— -23/9 Laraei—23/ Trouaer* ..©THING Ca,l oui'nc (cj*?. Ftactlaft Ccwlm BCK ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY .CAUSE. ' . . . . FOALING RISKS —— COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL' AND DGATII FROM ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER. 7 HATES LOWEST CURRENT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. APPLY TO DALGETY ® CO., LTD.. MELBOURNE. HARTLEY No. 2, £0/6/-. HARTLEV No. 2, £6/6/-. HARTLEY No. 2, £ij/U/-. . HARTLEY No. 2, £U/G/-. Built throughou...

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THE FEEDING OF PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

. THE FEEDING OF PIGS. The opinion seems to bo general 1 amongst a certain class of pig-lceopers, .siiys a writer iu "Farmer and Stoek breeder," that vegetable food which contains so largo a proportion of water —roots, for instance,-contain about U per cent, of water—cannot bobenelieial tor pigs, whereas' exactly the opposito is; the fact, as proved by experiments 'earned' on, one must oonfoss mainly i in other countries, Ii'avo clearly proved that pig led on nine-tenths men! nnd one-tenth vegetable nintter actually have :uado a greater increase than pigs fed solely on meal. ^ There is thus a considerable saving in tho cost of food. it should be added that thero exists among certain bneon eiirers in J rein nd a fear that tho giving of vegetable • matter or roots to pigs during tho fattening period injures tho quality of tho pork and results iu soft bacon. It is quite possible that tho result may bo as stated, but it may also bo duo, not to the unsuitability of tho other toed fed at ...

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JOHNSON'S WATERLOO. (Being a report from the American "Jeweller," and taken from a booklet published by the "Sheldon Schools of Chicago.") [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

JOHNSON'S WATERLOO. (ljoing si reprint from tliu American "Jou'dlor," ami taken from a booklet published by tho "Sheldon School# of Chicago. ) '.Chore's a lot of talk abqut success in lifo printed nowadays; some of it is pretty good, and I suppose it does much good; a lut/of you follows need considerable trimming,"anyway.. ' lint, to my. mind, they; don't any of J-hem reach ,,down totho'voot of the matter like iny first lesson did. Yon lellows talk about thq scarcity of good men; toll how you aro driven to securo fore men that know more than tho men they've .gob to boss; Jiow £uarco super intendents aro; how good salesmen aro worth" their weight in 'gold,.- and" all that sort of thing. I supposo it cn courages somo who aro already on Ll-o right path, so 'that they'll, keep'on im proving thomselves a Jittlo;. i.but it docsn'tlgo to the root of tho matter. It doesn't start a crop of lively young sters who. will all. bo fit to take ^ tho places of us fellows with white hair or with no ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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NECESSITY OF GRIT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

NECESSITY OF GRIT.. I (Jin' nf i lie Mci'cl* of MHW.sfu! pntll is to i'oi 'I t Ii*« birds so ihat they tilit;iin all Ihe nourishment possible i'rom Ihi'ir foiMl, and this is aeroniplis'i »>(! Iiv giving tlnin ampin supply of f.:t, which is /i';i!!y hard and sharp rr*«l , (or indki'ii ) Mint, fir qu iriz ; answers liotli n-quireiui'uts more sitis ' f:i«;!orily than any other material, as it lii^i i longer and does its work nuro thoroughly than any other. A Mtjip/y of Keif. shoi/M be kept ir; u trough in iln» run fur tho birds to )>"p \ !i"iusi'lvi.'s to, and onr-o u week a t(a : po/pM'ul for eaeh bird ran be added t o till' :-oft, food. This usually prevents <ite p»»».sibility of internal stoppa.^, bul any slight derangement in this direeu'ou fli' iild !)'• treated by /jiving each hen ;i teaspooiuul of warmed castor oil two hours afterwards. and the male bird-; kIiouM have rather "Titon: than these v ipkintii ies. • _ , The bottle containing the oil should 1 Iip plac...

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CITY MEN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

, CITY MEN ON THE LAND. "Hope springs eternal in liio liiiinati breast: Man never is, but always to ho blest." These words of the poet, Alexander Pope, conic to my mind whenever i .seo u country family moving to ookii or a city family coming to the coun try (writes Fanner iiiggle. Such mig rations nro taking placo with increas ing frequency in every community, anil in few instances is either parly fitted for tho radical change in envir onment. Knowing nioru about the trials, hopes and failures of city peo ple ill the country than of the «trug pliase 'of this groat problem of disco*., bin. 11 confine myself maiuly to that gles of country people in tho city, I tent, though there is much that uiajk bo said on both sidu.s. Wo see on every hand city-bred men who have hoard tho enticing call oi the open, struggling, sometimes hopefully but moro often despairingly, v.ilh hard problems for tho solving (if which they nave had no preparation, and our hearts go out to them, even though their e...

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

Guinea Watch (CUNMETAL or NICKEL) Your Moneys Worth and More T. GAUNT & CO. PTY. LTD. Watchmaktre. O-tidaoi 337-33® Rouikc Street, Mclb. "O .EYESIGHT TESTED GRATIS IN STUDYING iOUIl DIIES3, axuijy vouit i>ooki;t too i i : Don't Pay Higher Prices for Suits do - Better than llinol I deal utrictly for Cash, con swjuontly I bare no bad debts for which you have to pay. I • import all my materials direct from the manuiaocuror, and toako all Suits on my own premises. 1 can . gi>0 you a largo y* «i assortment of \Jy-Jf shades to jhooflo from in |fancy tr^Wih":I^-Tnv designs \nd t^le very l*teet m\ In<ligo Dye IMVw/'/ !i ' i\Vu twocds, worat 11 i^A\\\c<Ja, Viconas, j j'/ Yj^TwiIls, and tbo nil/famous Gtiolcag !H;M&'9urgo — CC'J-/ SAC SUIT 10 <ra?;( measure. j!UP 35/. jT^I A large >j«ort till* mont of Ovor / 1 ouatmgs to choose from at L/oh same prioe. Puttorns, Tape cud S.A1. Form sent to any td 'lross, Post Free. W H BRUCE iHH PEOPLE...

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

MANURING GRASS LANDS. A crop ol' 1J toils of meadow liny per aero contains on tho average I'Jlb nitro gen, Ulib. potash, and i'JJlb phosphoric acid. The question of appropriate manuring of grass lands is complicated by tho questions as to whether it is intended ior permanent pasture, or to bo cut lor hay; and whether grass and clover is to r»r« dominate. it may bo suited generally that tlio proportion for clover is increased l>y iho applicatV'n of Manures cont-aining potash and phos phoric acid, and diminished by tho ap plication of nitrogenous manures. Too heavy manuring of any kind, especially nitrogenous, tends to tho growth of coarso grass. .Manures eontaia.ag [lime such as plaster, also promote tlo ' growth of clovers. For grass tlio best results wero obtained by J jaws and Gil bert in England by tho application of mineral (superphosphate and Icainil), together with sulphate of ammonia. Heavy grass crops wero obtained, to tho almost total exclusion of clover. To promote tho ...

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