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

NOTES ON NATURE. (Writteu for tlio "Farmers' Gazette," by "Naturalist.") Thoro died recently at Cook Park, Orange, N.S.W, an emu. Tho death .of tho noble bird w;u» a novelty only to tho bird itself, and calls for no fur ther comment; but on a post-mortem examination tho stomaeli revealed a depository as interesting as a curiosity .shop. Hero were found lour pennies, six half-pennies, nine inch wire nails, ouo umbrella, ferrule, one key, ono medal, ono clock wheel 2 J inches in din moter, two collar studs, ono safety pin, five marbles, three coat buttons, twenty-four pieces of glass, and ono pin, two inches in length. The latter was embedded in tho bird's liver, and to this was attributed tho deceascd's final departure. One naturally won tho fact that tho bird was not without fact that tho bird was not without visible menus of support. There was still left seven penco in hard cash, while thoro seems to have been intclli , geneo enough also to limit tho food j supply to articles of no...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EFFECT OF DRAINING ON THE SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

EFFECT OF DRAINING ON THE SOIL. Tho most important result is that it makes the soil warmer. A wet soil is cold, chiefly because tho water in it is constantly evaporating, and evaporation is a uooiiug process. To illustrato this; It' tho uulb of ono thermometer is oovetod with a wot muslin, and the bulb of auother similar tktrmomotor is left uncovered, tho wet thermometer may register as much as 15 degrees cooler wlien both arc swung in dry air. This i3 duo to tho cooling effect of tho evaporation of tho water. Moreover, water is a poor conductor of heat; wet soils warm in tho sun slowly, beeauso tho water they eontai holds down tho temperature, Thoro is uually a dif ferunco of 5 to 10 degrees between drain ed and undrained .soil in tho sumo field In fact, tho temporaturo of a soil in summer is very largely dotcrmined by tho amount o\ water it contains; tho wetter it is, tho colder ;t is. Warmth is one of tho chief essentials for tho ger mination and growth of farm crops; it is tho c...

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

AND SUPPLY HOT) SB it®. Brewers, Aerated Water Klarafccferrsra, jj Hotel ttetnr?, Bakers, and Rsfresfinjejil Roonw, Correspontfeiiee Invited on /UJ Articles used In tlw above traito. Koto Address— 304 FLINDERS STREET, UELGO'JflKE, ttwwt&»J>*Kssmwa37wt7J

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXIX. "THE WAGES OF SIN. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

*By VJ, ECowell Toole.) OHAl'TEK. XXIX. "THE WAGJiS OF SIX.' -Til© eigh of long i:iiprisoniuent-??tho * ; 0/' feet on which tho iron clanked, tih© Broan 0? death—tho imprecation of des Pnir. It wilb tho day of Richard Hammond's trial. Tho court of Durham Gaol was crowded, tho jury empanelled, tho judgo upon his jusfv&c-seat, tho prisoner in tho aook. : Of thoso assembled, female curiosity . ;predominated j till eagerly pressing for ;jr,'.'vr-- . ,;l .\\,ard to look' upon tho lace-of tho ac-' ■.v • > • -eae«L / - ' • • . Mary Hammond was the last witness oalled "by tho Crown to identify tho pn ■.sonor, und a perceptible pam passed • over his fnco at tho mention of her iunr.3—ft name for many years so cold Mid callous-to him—a. name now calling forth all tho romii.'iut ol n hotter n« turo left in him to lovo and vencrato. As their oyes met, sho drew herself up slowly as if writhing under pain; and fca her head was nvUnig back, the judgo's voico awakened her, for opening lio...

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

1 W. MORGAN © €0. •150-G SWANSTON-ST, MELBOURNE. Telephone, 1008. M:muf.iclurt>rn of Tents, Tarpaulins, Rifk Oos'Cij, Flags, ore. Also, ail of tl>o abuvj can bo had on Hiro. Vorp.ii- , Onh and Window I31iiuh a Speciality. Iinporters of Oar.vaSi Duck, Twin* «nnt.iv»«. et«. SCHftECK'S POULTICE. SCKSECK'S POULTICE. UAjr CUKE TUBERCULAR JOINTS, POIS ONEU SOltES, ABSCESSES. nOILS, CARBUNCLES, DAR. WHITLOW, SPRAINS, liHUN, AND BAD LEGS. All Chomista 1/6 and G/S. CUMBERLAND ROAD, l'ASCOE VALE (NEAR COBURG). FULLER ©JOHNSON Hero is u portaMo and powerful Kngim* wjJI cut your work in half. Hitch it to your pump or your winnower, and it will do atl tlio work without needing any special uttoiitiun. .Stand it whoro you want it* without oxtra plat i'nus or fixings of any Bort, fill it up with petrol, givo it a few turns, and awnv it goes. Uso it on ymir separator, your churn, your I'rsndstono, to work your washing machine or tiro hoso; in fact, uso it wherever you uso hand nowor. 1MUCR. £3...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee." [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

A PLAIN. EOAD TO FORTUNE. How Somo Sccurcd Success. "Become a Patentee." : 1. Cultivate nnd porfoct your ideas as to. improvements and inventions. Experiment. Tho worid is eager for something now, which, however sirn moro convenient, or promoto pleasure or, safety, or do away with faults, or reduco wastq. Tho person who gow j public adoption of such an invention is ou the rtmd to wealth. Ho will ceaso to bo a servant; ho bccouies h proprietor. Peoplo who bundle things in every day use aro tho natural invontors of better things, and tho natural capi talists of to-morrow. . 2. Study tho subject of patenting. Head the splendid udvioo that F.disou gives. .Learn tbo procedure* ;is to pa tenting ia the chief countries, — nen secure your own legal monopoly u« your rights# by becoming a patentee. 3. Il that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend has produced a clover invention, put him on the track about patents by telling him wliei-o ho can obtain the "Inventors' t»u:do," ft book, tb...

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

iNDJAiJ COSTUMES. A leading modi&to in New York is relying upon old American Indian gar ments-for her inspirations. She makes tan-skinucd coats that arc ombroidored with Indian motifs. A blanket cm broidcrtxl in tbo samo way composes an .evening^ wrap. Even tho beaded head bauds of tho tribes are pressed into tho "service, and aro not at all un becoming 1 Tlio.oostumos of tho squaws, too, aro closely copied. Tito squaw knew a good deal about -colour. Tho manner in which tho girls and children wear their blankets is being adopted for fashionable whito chiifon danos frocks, and theso aro worn with turquoises as ornamentSj and girdles with Indian mo tifs embroidered thereupon. Tho chief's coat and turban, tho lea, ther thongs so much seen on Indian garments, tho squaw's dross, tho JSlaek toot's skin shirt, and,tho' Iudian sym* : bols for tho ' "Morning Star," tho "iMiiek" Night," "Th6"rKuhi,,,'tt The Frog," and "Tho Dragoii-ily," all theso aro being adopted for modern use by th...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Sensational Bolt AND A 5 YR-OLD BOY'S COURAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 3 April 1914

Sensational Bolt AND A 5 YR OLD BOY'S COURAGE Mrs J. Polinelli, accompanied by her four childron, whose ages range from two to six years, had rather a sensational   experience whilst driving into Ultima on Friday morning last. ' Sim was in t-liu net of adjusting tlio gate when the animal, which is a ii-y r-old one, miildonly took fright and galloped away nt a great paeo to the horror of the mother who realized the perilous position of her children. The second oldest child   (a boy of five years) , with remarkable dexterity came to the front of the phaeton and by leaning out managed to secure the dangling reins, and temporarily check the fugitive after a few chains had been covered. While the horse ferociously   prounced about the eldest child (a girl) leaped out and ran back to the mother, who was making all haste to arrive on the scene. Realizing that the horse was still uncontrolable the mother then approached cautiously in the hope of gain t...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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ONLY LACKED MATERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914

0X1.Y I/AOKKD JIATIililAli. Klu'.iibclh'K father was taking liciir tor her first walk in hor now hoiuo iu a inoumamous Mvtion. Ho sa id: ".Tusfe think. Elizabeth, Ood made nil thes* beautiful mountains; isn't it wonder ful?" Elisabeth, who tvos aged fivu, prompt- , ly ropliod, •'H'mt I oonld, too, if I bad the dirt."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914

THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES AND MORTGAGE CO. LTD. ! WOOL WAREHOUSES, . 573 to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. WOOLand GRAIN AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, SKINSi TALLOW AND GRAIN WEEKLY. liberal cash advances on tiif. ensuing clip of wool For Sale In Melbourne or Shipment to London. The Company act Strictly as .Selling Brokers. ADVANCES on GRAIN. 2 YOU MAY REST ASSURED 5 t!uU Beecham's Pills wi!! be of treat service lo you if your stomach is out of order Zor your liver is sluttish. The conditions of life in these d*ys are 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 thjtf J VBEECHAM'S I PiLLS I Zlpcccfifj' exert a curative effect upon the disturbed organs and restore them to thtlf i normal healthy state. This splendid preparation has a world-wide reputation for £ a rtlievin*...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914

| OF SURAL INTEREST (By "Ituiitfcus.") It is yuud to have it on tho author ity ot I113 fctapcrwtendont of Export* that thoro has been a great oxpanaiou in. tho export of produce. .Mr. Urowo'a hgures ■■show that tho totaJ value ot produce shipped for the eight months of the .current financial year, Irom " July to'28lh February, was £5,688,.wu, compared with £43.UkS,681 for tho Mimo period of tho previous year. Tho in :roasa-amounts to over lis por .-:wit., and is accounted forchiolly by tnuic m incut; and whoat. In dairy x)rod.?ce there was an increase of JJl?4.o7-t, or nearly 15) por oent. Of this gain Hit ter accounts for £153,273. or Hi per -cent.,in advance of the figures for tho ipreyious year. 'The Irado in dned jnilk hpsjicarly doubled, while business in cheeso, to quoto tho words of tho superintendent, has "inulijpjjcd a«< ut twelvefold," Poultry shows an ad vance of over 50 por cent. With meat the growth is phonomenal. Tho total value lor this year reaches £1.311,...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. To kill a bail cdour putdried orange p:\il on, si inoco or ruunot mm4 or on • an oKl shovel healed rod-hot, and it »vtii not only kill the odour, out .leave \* flagrant one instead. \\ lieu laci): curiam:, are -ready to be willed, haste a narrow &inp ot musim along wiiirmitvi' ougo and let it remain jVo«td (ordicing proofs . com- ■ piecedj, ami you -will mm your;eiirtams' arc siraigat-and do.. not sag us usual; • • f .olio cup of vinegar is put; wn,h uk \vatOr iiV wuicn eojoreutnbio cloths are ;..i>ned, it will prevent the colour from ruuning. Iron when still damp aud they w.il" Jooii equal to now. r .1 couple of tablespoons of borax . in ilio water required, tor wnsumg aboiu live pairs f light colored, hose will re move all traces of "leather? stain mat ihoy may have ou thoin. it 0110 uses O/imese hmtL-rns for dec orative purpoaos, put a lew hiiuUi'ili oi - wind m tuo bottom, around tho can die. This will keop Oiij lanterns from swaying aud also provoht ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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LEAGHUR. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914

LEAGHUR. Oil Sunday next the Eev Nash will bold service in the evening instead of in the morning as usual. As it will be moonlight a good con gregation will no doubt be present. The many friends of Mr G. Dutton, who was kicked in the face by a foal, will be pleased to note that he is back 111 the district again. He was uuder treatment in the Bendigo hospital from which he returned a short time ago. T„eaghur evidently is not viewed with favor by , the Gods, as on several occasions the anxiously awaited rain has passed " so near and yet so far." Out of the last storm 16 po nts were obtained, and this helped to put a little water in the tanks and dams.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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REPORT ON NHILL FARM COMPETITIONS. (A. E. V. Richardson, M.a., B.Sc., Agricultural Superintendent, in Victorian "Journal of Agriculture.") [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914

REPORT'ON UHILL FARM - liUMceiiTlONS.' - (A. J5. V. Jiiemmlson, Al.A., B.Se.; ur.? r Agi'iculttmii buiKjnntoiuI<;h&, in . : :' , .\'iotoriari .'"Journftl of.Agri •5-:-v ••• , euituro.") Tiio^ifcflults of Iho Ahul favin compe titions for 11U<J mo horowith submits .♦ tod, and-tliO'opportunity 'is taken oi .con^atulating tuo NjiiIi Agricultural ^Society on its achievement in success oigaii..,ing niicl..carrying out thir !?■•)?•: . consecutive1. annual iarm campe titioub., lho number of'entries (o4) • was' \I|u lughest received . dui/ug tuo n/io/o,.ol'-'tho period under ••v ^.reviow. •* VAJjUJO OF CWW3Tm0NS.< > Ihero ean bo no doubt tnat the . v i'competitions conducted - by tiie ; v uu.ijjg. tuo past tmrteeu years • , ; iiavo ueen .productive oi u vast amount • of good, not only to tin* ' individual eonij ohtois, and to tho inimm ol ■ iho dist^k., out also thetku coinpitiuns imve. had an undoubted iiuiuonoe on v tlit miu.ig piacfcico at tho w...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914

Nurse fezies of Mica St., Bioko Hil3, N.S.W. who lias a vast cipericnce in (ever anil operating cases, and during her pro fessional c«Tcer hat been associated %vith some oi ADELAIDE'S LEAD SHE SURGEONS gives her ©pinion, after close observation, of the itrengthening powers of " For months H have read the testimonies of nurses in the papers, ezpireMing their opinion oi the valu able medicine-, Clements Tonic. "I qualified fos the pro fession over 40 years ago, and in earlier days S was associated with some of Adelaide's cleverest Bur geons. Until 12 years ago I nursed in South Aus tralia, and am at present on the Barrier Fields. I have had great experi ence, and can endorse the testimonies of the nurses I have read. 1 have closely noted the effect of medicincs upon my patients, and years ago was satisfied Clements Tonic had no equal. I am still of that opinion. Use this as you wish. (Signed) NURSE MENZ1ES." Broken Hill. 24/1/13. FatiimiU efcrivitJhlUr »» <f Cfceunfr IV«.V ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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A MAN WHO DISAPPEARED. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914

A MAM WHO DISAPPEARED. Home ycaru a<o (writer? Mr. Tatnoa Pnyn in "GlemiiK of Memory") the clothes of a Heottijih merchant of hii»h re>put«t went found on the rtlioro of the Forth, :iml it wan concluded that he WW* drowned. Etc won very popular, nnl Iiif; family* who wero much attached to him, wero gniatly. sympathised with ; and Mitt morn uo since tlioy woru I«fI; ftir wor*e I>ro- . videil for thua h*d l»««u ^apposed. He hud, howvor, iniiiirud his life for a very large. amount, which ueoured' them compoti'iice. Ry h?U> of thii mouey and hiu own cKP.ctioit*. the eldest Hon iu course uf time ,tinoos ed a lac^" (orttmj. Many y^ivrrt ufterwurdn two of the judge* woro walking acroftii tUft Novth Brulg© in Edinburgh vvhwi tlioy wore a:eontcd' by a he{»g*r. Oho of them . guvf liiin something, and Gjccuticd httuaolf to the other for bucJi injudicious charity on thft grqupil. "that the 01<J •ellow v»aji so UUr poqr l«\V '"My dear /rieuO.," uulilt tho ottos* gr...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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THE RACCOON OF NORTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914

THE RACCOON OF NORTH AMERICA. '■'Teaclrn* Yaang Coons How to Cntch mul Wat Crawfish" is tho titt® of an article* in-an American paper. Says the writer-:—"I saw the coun terpart of u boy's school one day ia tho woods; of Illinois. I was flitting quietly on a log none a creek wheB there came prancing down a Uttte path au old mother raccooa v»ith Ave young ones. ' The littlo fellows were about oh largi? as half-grown cats, and were as full of fun as that mythical bosket of monkeys v/c read about. "If e?er therp wiw a* h*rd-worked teacher it w<is that poor mother coon. Shi» cried to tench the littio imps how t» catch crawtish and- how to eat them. When the old lady (she was a very ladylike old coon) got the little fellows ia line-at the water's edge she sedately walked to a rock and gravely reachcd down in a hole and brought out a crawfish. She then proceeded to wash It. hut just .13 she was about to cat it on© little coon broke ranks and stole tho crawfish. "This fitartod a ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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STRANGE ADOPTIONS. FRIENDLY RELATIONS BETWEEN ANIMALS OF DIFFERENT SPECIES. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914

STRARGii ADOPTIONS. FRIENDLY RELATION'S BETWEEN" ANIMALS OF mi-TKHBNT SPECIISB. ! Tlic caees in which cat? nnd dogs ! have formed close frun.lly relation; ' nrc, of course, too numerous to men , tion. It really Bccnis* n? if there 1 were no animal frirwlsliips so strong 1 and lasting a3 that between eats ami dogs when onrc it is formed. It is well kuown that motlur-cats wbeu ; deprived of tholr n :wi -,rn progeny | will jidopt puppies, rnbSit*, monkeys, . or almost any nther tcii'ler younir ! (T^nture.s that may h<c b.-miy, But ! there has rceentlj come to light a / cuhc for which there is no .such ap parent explanation. - ■ -'''* V:,;. A cat. and a. female fo*-terrier, -•/; which had brought into tho world their pi o.-i.uy a" o\.' time, youngV'tbe bring up, ui)0the The exchange was satisfactory,- and Lolli litters were brought- in good w< ';V v ;; health to the weanahle staqc. -No- ^ n v;.1: • body kuows what led to-such'obttor-.• - rrn) conduct. '* A somewhat...

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AN AGRIVATING OLD MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914

I AN AGRIVATING OLD MAN. ~ When Mr. Ohorles B, Lowis wan on * tour through the Western States of America ho cam« across a woman standing at the door of a humblo mountnin cabin. After they had* . passed the time of day and he liadl qucnched h|s thirst she inquired : "Stranger, he yo' doctor 'nuft to tell vrhen a man's'dead ?" -."Yea, I think I am." "Well, I'd like yo' »to cum in*on® nee the olo man."- • ' "Do you think lie is in a tranco ?*' I asked as I got down; . '"He may be. It's like .this : When he can't hcv his. way 'bout things, ho threatens to die. This mawnin wo had a row, anil he throwed hissclf down on the alrtli to expire. He's been lyin' out thar six hours, eyes turned up and mouth open, and I'm beginnln' to. get a leotle skcered. It's the longest he ever laid' around, ' .1 found the man under a tree at . back of the house. Thri fingers were clutched. hiH mouth .open and his - ' eyes rolled back, but ho didn't Iriok at all like a dead man. I bent over • him and felt fai...

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