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Meatian. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914
Meatian. (i P.OM l>Ult OWN COMtKSl'ONW.NT.) Soeding operations nre no.w be coming general, most of tho farmers having decided to begiu sowing, in stead of waitlng'for the rain which is being eagerly looked forward for; the want of which has not only hold bad: seeding operations, but also mado tho outlook for early feed un promising. Lambs aro noticeable with some of the flocks now, and unless rain conies very soon, flockowners will lose considerably. Weeds have put in an appoarance in this district in the shape of Bat hurst Burr and Stinlcwort," and ac cording to plants found, there is ovory reason to be ieve they will thrive here. It is to each farmers interest to keep a look out for these pe9U, and get rid of thorn whiie they aro easily dealt with.
Correspondnece. (The Editor wishes it to be distinctly understood that he does not necessarily endorse opinions expressed by correspondents under this heading). TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914
Correspondnece. ;0: j (The Editor wishes it to be distinctly under- j stood that he docs not necessarily en dorscopinions expressed bycoriespondents under this heading). TO Til I? KDITOK. Sir,—In reply t&lt;» your correspondent's | (u Limelight") letter of the 27th ult., I accept his compliments in tho .spirit " Where ignoranco is bliss it is folly to be wiso." Ilia letter has convinced ino that he is a man who knows very littlo about tho district, and one of those per son* who can find nothing and sonic thing in tho one box. It appoars to uto that ho is exposing some ignorance whon ho asks your readers to agroo with him " that the work dono by pioneers only moftnfc the grubbing out of a fow stumps* and the amount of int3lliger.ee required to do this work." Now, I would liko to inform your correspondent that our district goes further tlrnu from the Star ottioo to tho railway gate, and for his personal benefit I further remind him that it means the making of hundreds of milos...
BOORT v. GLENLOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914
BOORT v. GLENLOTH. Boort met Glcnloth for the last time this season on Saturday Jast, when Boort travelled to Glenloth. Boort was represented by a strong team and ran out victors with IS games to spare. GJenJoth are to be congratulated on having two fine courts, which are equal to the best in the association. Alto gether the outing was most enjoyable. After the game the Glenloth Jadies en tertained the visitors to a splendid lunch, which had been spread in the adjoining hall. Messrs Wingfield and Kirk,-on behalf of the Boort club, thanked them for their hospitality, and said that the season's tennis had been a most enjoyable one. It had brought the various clubs together, and. the play of the individual members had improved. Mr Steele, on behalf of the Glenloth club, responded. lie hoped that the association would start next season as soon as football was over. The matches all through had been most friendly. The following are the scores : W. Kirk and Rev Stewart (13) v Fradd Bros, 6...
Church Services. Services will be held on Sunday next as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914
Church Services. —o— Services will bo hold on Sunday next i i\s followH:— 1 PftJ»XJVTJ;iUA.V ClIURCil—Lalbo a.m., Mcatian, 1.45 p.m.; Ulti11111* 4 p.m. ; Waitchio Sou ii, 7.30 — Mr J. Robertson. Mktuojust Ciiuiton, — Ultima, 7.S)0 p.m., Mr J. Roberts; Mcatian VVM i H(p.tn., Mr Roberts; Polwbet, 3 p.m., i Mr Roberts ; Wowin, 3 p.m., Mr Jil- | belt. ;
Swan Hill-Balranald Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914
Swan Hill-Balraxiald Railway. Sottiers in tlie" district between Swan Hill and Balrawild seized the opportunity afforded by Uio Pre miers Conference to send a deputa tion to Melbourne yesterday co in terview Mr Griffith, Now '"'or. 'h Wales Minister ot Public Works, and to urge upon liini tho necessity of constructing a railway lino between these two placcs. Mr Griffith, in reply, said tlio scheme suggested would cost a lot of money. The bridge would cost £10,000, and the railway £273,000. That was not very muoli it it yvus said quicltly. However, if satisfactory arrangements could be made with tho Victorian Government, and if the money was forthcoming, people in the district could roly on some thing been done in regard to tho railway during the life of the pre sont. New South Wales Govern ment. IIo would alio consider the matter of tho bridge.
ULTIMA STATE SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914
ULTIMA STATE SCHOOL The following complimentary roferoneo to Mrs C. J. Elliott, head teachor of tho Ultima Stato School, appeared in tho Inspector's report February tho 18th, 1014, and handed to us for publication : — " A very good tcaeher. Her inanajji® ment and supervision aro atoo vorv good. Takes a keen interest in tho school grounds. Her teaching ia blight ntul rousing, and results art* aatififaetory. Methods noted wove resourceful, and the blackboard-was pvolitably used. A good working spirit was apparent." C\ T. MTUKRSON. Education Department, April 1st., 1014. ■
Valedictory. FAREWELL TO MR F. ROLLING'S. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914
Valedictory. I FAREWEIjL TO MR F. ROLLING'S. I Mr Rolliiigy prcached bis farewell ser mon on Sunday evening lust. The Church was taxed to its utmost capacity, and even Ihon members wero turnod away. Mr Rollings spoke from tho text, "Jesus Christ tho aamo Yesterday* To day and for Ever,1' in mi earnest and powerful maimer, which was greatly ap preciated Uy all present. Tho choir, under tho leadership of Mr T. J. Thomas, ren dered the anthems in a splendid manner, while Airs A, Anders officiated at tho organ in hor usual capable way. —o—' On Wednesday afternoon last the teachers and scholars of tho local State school, entertained Mr V. Rollings, who is leaving tho district, after boing in chargo of the Methodist Church hero for. the past twelve months. During that time he has visited tho Stato school i overy alternate Wednesday nflornoon to give Uie childron religious instruction, , and as a result he has won the esteom of both toachers and scholars. To show in a practical manner thei...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914
RECOMMENDS T1IKM TO HIS CUSTOMKIiK. '• l'or Fonie time I puflered wit.]: ir.di^ts tion caused hv disordered liver Mid utonmeh," faya ifir (;. M. Hnrvev, Gypsum* street, Kailway Town, lirolcen Hill,. N.S.W. *'The only thing that gave me relief was Chamberlain's Tabids, ami I consider them unequal for disorder* of the liver and stomach. I utoek then in mv shop mul rcconimend them to u!l of mv customer*; in fact J cannot wperi!; too highly of Chamberlain'* Tablets." HACKING COUGH M For about two vears my :-or: Kric had a nasty hacking cougli," my* Mrs Albert \Y. Coleman. "CaramUa," Mom-wr-str^t, I>ul wieh 1III1, N.H.W. " 'J'hen 1 gave him Clmmberlaiu'n Cough Kemedy, find after a few doses noticed he had greatly improved. Before we had given hiin thu whole bottle liia cough had completely disappeared. He is now atrong and well and gaining weight I daily."_« * I
CRICKET. BOORT DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. BOORT'S EASY VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914
CRICKET. BOOBT DISTRICT ASSOCIA TION. BOOBT'S EASY VICTOHV. ... .... Boort bad an exceptionally easy win against Barrapoort on Satur day. Batting firs *, the liome team compiled 86, Genat making 10, IV Smith 15, Nasli 15, and \V. Hos king 10. Baines took four wickets for 41 runs, Lewin 3 for 30, and Broekwell li for 0. J. B. O'Donnell and Broekwell made the rccessary runs, without loss. The former reached 49, and the latter 33. The details are as follow :— Barrapoort. W. Hosking, c and b Baines ... 10 F. Smith b Baines ... ... 15 W. Smith, b Baines ... ... 2 A. Smith, b Uaines ... 6 J. Genat, c and b Lewin 19 R. Smith, c Parkinson, b Lewin ... 5 W. Nash, b Lev/in ... 15 J. Hosking, run out ... ... 4 P. Hosking, b Broekwell ... 2 F. Malonc, not out ... 0 W. Prior, b Broekwell ... ... 0 •Sundries ... ... 8 Total ... ... ... SO Howling.—Lewin 3 for 3G, Baines 4 for 41, Broekwell 2 for 01 Boort.. J. K. O'Donnell, not out ... 49 E. Broekwell, not_out ... 33 Sundries..." ... ... 7 Total f...
MYSIA SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914
MYSIA SPORTS. Beautiful weather was experi enced on Wednesday by the com mittee . of the Mysia sports for their annual meeting, with the re sult that a good crowd assembled oil the sports ground, whicli is picturesquely situated close to the town, and the gathering was a most I successful one. The newly-formed brass band at Bortmg was in at tendance, and under the leadership of MrSassella played several selec tions of music very creditably, and enlivened the meeting. The bar was well patronised, and a first class luncheon was provided r.t a moderate tariff. A bazaar was rim by the ladies, and they deseive I credit (as well as those who had charge of the dining booth) for the willing manner in which they all I worked to ensure success. AH j the office bearers were at their posts and did good word. A good secretary is a big factor in the suc cess of such a meeting as this, and the committee had a couple of will ing and energetic workers in Messrs W. Vernon andT. J.Fallon, and they wer...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914
A Dyspeptic's Life * Saved: SEVERE VAIN AND , SICK NESS for many years CURIiD BY "A SIMPLE ANTACID. NEIGHBORS SAID -HE WAS A DYING -MAN". Cbronia-indigu'stion and sickness aftrtr food and Kevore pains were nil quickly cured by a very simple remedy in the case of Mr R. Savi gan, 11, Gloucester Street, Bnrnai'd town, Newport, Mon. In" i letter refeiring to htr husband's illness, Mrs Savignn wriids :—"lie did not know whtifc it wag to oat a menl without it coming, buck," which ap pears to have been his condition for a considerable time, until his_j.yife, while reading u ladies' paper, saw' Ordinary bisurated magnesia recom mended for indigestion, and obtained a small quantity so that her husband might try it. A iow doses gave Mr Savigan great relief, and before he had finished ibe first supply the trouble was practi-.-ally cured. To use Mrs Savigan's own words : He can cat his food and is looking splendid, and can do his work ; 111 fact; all the people about here loek at liitn, for the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914
liOL*(»IIT A BOTTLE. •♦I had pains ir. my log* which tho doc tor said was rheumatism," writes Mr ltoht. Cochrane, builder, Waimiha, N.Z. 44 lti« lotion did mo no good and I HuU'civd midory. I saw a ffioud using some liniment winch ho told mo wan ChambcrlainVVain j Balm and oficred mo his bottlo to try it. It | did mo so much good that I bought a bottle | myeclf and was soon free of all pains."
Quambatook Races. A HUGE SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914
Quambatook Races. A HUGE SUCCESS. Dame Fortune in the matter of weather greeted patrons to the annual meeting of the Quamba took Racing and Trotting Club, and they foregathered in numbers. Cars arrived from far and near by towns, and the crowd made a big endeavor to hold their own with the " books." Jt was pleasing to look on the array of visitors, which is significant that our local annua! gathering has taken hold. The following are the results:— Brush Hurdle. R. Webb's Caroun .. .. 1 S. Cameron's SkowerifT .. 2 Mrs N. McCalman's Eulalia.. 3 3 b'.Trial Handicap. E. Gadsden's The Crisis .. 1 A. Mclnnes' Footlass .. 2 J. Bonce's Miss Lascombe .. 3 Open Handicap Trot. J. Proctor's M'Kinney Miss.. 1 H. Cook's Britwood .. 2 W. King's Robin Adair .. 3 Quambatook Handicap. 0. Will's Tinonee .. .. 1 Mrs O'Brien's Britwood .. 2 Mrs N. McCalman's Doctor .. 3 Pony Race. M.. Nolan's Wee Model .. 1. J. Leahy's Nancy Headland.. 2 J. F. Stephen's Gleewin .. 3 Welter Handicap. E. and P. Glasheen's...
FERNIHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914
FERNIHURST. Oncc more it is our painful duty to chronicle the passing away of one of our district's oldest and most valued pioneers in the person of .' Mr John Johnson, sen. The de ceased gentleman, who was 77 years old, was among the first to select land in this part of the Loddon Valley, and was always from the beginning one of the foremost in promoting the general welfare of the northern district, among other things being the first secretary to the pioneers who established in the old Union Chapel on July 8, 1878, the Mysia public cemetery, and wilhin the sacred preciuts of which his body was on tlie-30th ult. laid to rest. Later he occupied the president's chair of the Boort Dis trict Agricultural Society, and re mained a member until he relin quished farming pursuits and re tired to Pascoe Vale, near Mel bourne, about 13 years ago.- So cially lie was always ready to help a neighbour at any hour, night or day, especially in cases of sickness, ~ whether in man or beast. Tiir de ce...
Farewell to Mrs Robbins and Family. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914
• F'fflireweM to. Wlirs IR©tote8ns amid Fairwillty. On Friday evening last a small gathering of the personal friends and neighbors of Mrs Bobbins and family collected in the Cannie HalHo bid farewell to them and make them a presentation. The chairman for the evening was Councillor Ingram, who, in his introductory speech, explained the object of the gathering and made feeling reference!) to the esteem'in ■which the family was held in the district, in which they had resided for tlte past thirty years. Mr Mann said he .was sorry for the cause of the gathering ; sorry that such good neighbors were leaving. He wished them good luck wherever they went. Mr Bennett said that Mrs Robbins had always been. their mainstay in getting up concerts, entertainments, etc., and the services of herself and members of the family would be very much missed at future entertainments. He wished them every success. Mr Bob William:),.,in his usual witty style, made some jocular .remarks, and wished their guest...
WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914
WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (Bj "Ainbrosino.") Ono of tho latest hat models takes the form of a perfectly Hut plateau. Tins is first bent downwards, 10 envelop tho crown of the hond, and is then allowed Lo spring : upwards, like an inverted .llowor-busket, while it proves more be coming to it young and pretty lace. Tho model can, however, hardly be •,characterised as' ilut as tho Dolly Var .tien or eoolio plateau, whioh achieved such popularity ?n tlu-ir time. A plen tiful amount of trimming massed on the crown.fiives a fictitious-height, the surfueo being covered with innumerable bows of sillc or .satin ribbon, or with ; plumps of natural-looking ilowcrs. An other* Spruig'fashion winch will make its appearanco is that of the toquo entirely composed of Ilowcrs. These , charming hats, massed with roses or i peonies, with crocuses, hyacinths,- and ; witji .pnnsieaand anemones, have- a lovely appearance, -.villi tlio brilliant blue Mediterranean as a sotting. In the case of .a pretty toque, whi...
Cycling and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 10 April 1914
I Cycling and Motor Notes. [By Our Special Correspondent.] The Dunlop Rubber Co. is in reccipt of a cablegram from New Zealand stat ing that the Timaru Cycling Club has succeeded in covering 100 miles in con nection with the Dunlop Relay Teams Competition in the smart time of -1 hrs 30 mins 50 2-5 sees. The fnstcst ten miles relay was recorded by Tozcr'in 25 mins 51 2-5 sees. This performance places the Timaru team second in the competition and robs the North Sub urban Club. Perth, of second place, they now falling back into third position. Another good run last week was that of the Yarram Club (Vic) their team registering A hrs. 37 mins. 10 sees lor the •4 Century." The leading team in the test is that of the Coburg Cycling Club, their time 4 hrs 28 mins 13 3-5 sees, being the fn>test up to date. As the Inst month oi' this interesting com petition has now been entered upon there will be keen rivalry, during the next few weeks to decide which Club teams are going • to win the thr...