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THE RUSSIANS IN LONDON. IMMIGRANTS AND REVOLUTIONARIES. (Mr. Stephen Granam knows more about Russian life and character than any living Englishman. He has travelfed all over Russia, living for months with the peasantry us one of themselves, and he has dosecribed his adventures in a series of vivid and masterly books—" Adventures in the Caucasus," "A Tramp's Sketctes," "Undiscovered Russia," "Changing Russia," and "With Russian Pilgrims to Jorusalem.") [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

1 THE RUSSIANS IN LONDON/ IMiVtlGiiiAXS AND KKVOLCriOW ' ' AKIES. •Br Stephen Graham ia fcky "Daily . ■ - Mail "1 • (Mr, Stephen Uraham knows mora about 2liu*ian. life aud character tbau «uy, iiving Englishman. He haa tra velled all over ilussia, living for montte* witii the peasantry us one of thorn wives, unci, he iui.s* doscribud his adven ture in a.soritis of vivid and maatorly j .books—"Adventures in the Caucasus," | "A'Tramp!s Skutciics/' "Undiscovered I Kiitsia,^ "Changing Russia/' and M Willi Russian jfilgrims to Jerusa lem.") . j\:ot infrequently on Wednesdays or i.'hur£duy# yea may sou, down at thu ducks at Tower. VVnaif or 'luuivy street, alio diaemnarkation of many auuditds oA ltu.sSian x>ea.saut men and ivumua «md .lows and Jewesses out of a d.ngy ikutic steamer. iho jUussmus aro in tho sheepskins; they have astrakuan caps on their noads or okl peak iiata. They carry £<ueU\« on their backs, red-pamted >r00dt'a chests under lueir aims, wicker uaslce.;s i...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PIG-RAISING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

PIG-RAISING, | /iiwt tluug to consider is a good run. •.iftyoirfhuvof;ia^ • uf/rauins:pig3-m<it>«t3';/{..vlcou»«Aas.utir: «1iuu.jyour/;^iuJi>lVisVi^cdvtp>.better.'' udv'an-' ; tage by' b tlyii/g-ijp ^)i(:it-siickors'or-slips ;ft,vum;RoiieHilJy'ior^roV;undjifttteunig mem ror market/: . -Any'farmer: : who .keops.au^ - pfldciooi: can easily i-undeneaply. arrange a■■run,i by hxing wire netting,-. any?two' . f'ofet high, ;;ou]id Iii3'' paddock/ NottitiK yI .'Uihpii /mesh £aud,■ of,v'thicit'^ailgo i» . b«c.t,\ niid 'pig-raisiiig. 'wiil. suou recoup riiio outb.v, und thew a substantial pio Ipiovidul. the* run, the next Work is to .seiecii.tliO .sow', or sows, hud i i^uo/all^hinga;ba;careful not:to over Jo it. Many ntrmers cau run ouo bow on tlicir -stirpiiiF? i'6<kl - who cannot pro Hiylnv ; keep two. . It'lyhotso.niuch tho keeping of the l.wq•[ sows, but ; the -rearing ; of ; their ' pVogbiiy « .to thw -best:'• advantage.; . ■ i do not like the iarger breeds...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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AFRICAN LAME SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

. AFRICAN LAME .SICKNESS. • kin invostigalhm of the South Am* mil diMMTO taKwn #» lam«?We, orlan.i Biokness, miss«.U that a w duo« special plant |>ni-on that. .« licuewUa mule.- abnormal conditions m S£^ or Vithor plants tluiv. arc normally h.ina less. !«S development »*m» to bo sociatMl with unusual uratlur aind ntncrisnccs. of ivliu:!i Minmicr dtuuulii is fmiK-rt.mt. Tlwurfi such cow ii«m viltim; would favour the formaticu <a tlio jioison, ami th'^ l'lVOS ' for tlio common belief that the disea-i results from eating wilted plants.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

INSURE WITH THE PHCEN1X ASSURANCE €0 LIMITED. FOR FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPL0YER8' LIABILITY, WORKERS' CO&PEH . . . SATION INSURANCE. . . . ACTIVE AGENTS WAITED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. Fall Particulars on application to ©ALGETY ® CO LTD., > MELBOT.'RNS. (Ks»Agorc for Vifliorui.)

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXXI. THE DISCOVERY AT BOULOGNE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

PN GOLDEN WINGS vBy W. HokgIJ Foolo.) CHAPTER XXXI. tmk msmvKHv atuoitlocxk. Then hast wept and t}iou hast part*], Thou Jm-st been forsaken long; Thou Iinwt watched for .steps that come not back, I know it by the song. Tho next day Arthur wrote a. letter to Boulogne, iu which place Charley Westertan and Lord Garton, with their r •. • youthful v.ivc^, passed tin; golden hours of timo; rejoicing daily in tho baths, "^tho promenades, tho cool verandahs, Kv^'iv; tho Siesta cafes; uttd thoroughly enter .1DR inl-o and appreciating the delight ful Bohemianlsm commonly indulged iu < at tho seaside. It was with mingled feelings of dis quiet and regret that Clunky received jnteHigenoo of Arthur's forthcoming marriago with his sister. To him, who know her foible^. Mich a step augured anything but a lifo of contentment and quietude for his old school-fellow. Dear ly as he loved his sister, lie could not rceoncilo liimself to tho -idea of her marriage wiih Arthur. "She will make you r...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A MATTER OF PRECAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

A MATTER OF PRECAUTION. Otic day u very nci'vou*, rimid-look/iig woman, oeoomp.-.nicd l.-y j; robust iar nief uiuii, came mi tho ptrutonn oi' n tittio railway station nc :< t\moio coun try s?puL. tor a Mliort tiniu hl»o k'cin cd to devoid her attention to the time table, but not finuin£ ii-or tin* satis faction .she sought, slio r-:cpp«.<l up i<» tho siatum-masi-ov ass it: out oi tho oiilw. "\V;iI yv>n please toll tm» it {/to 3.J-5 has pono yct.y" *ho asked, in apparent content . "Wh, about '.JO iiuinutf-s ago." ho rrplud. "And wh'iii wilJ the -I.,10 ct.du.' do you think?" "Why, i»ot. tor roroo timo ( v«;t, of «,uur^.:.'' "Avo Ihciv any »;x j prt's.scs Imforo then?" "No." ''Not ono?" "Auv lufxgng'.j trams?" ''No.*' "Nothing at all?" "Nothing wluu [ -.wr." "An* you quite suro? "Cor • junlv, 1 am, or 1 y.ouidn't havo paid ! m>." "Thon." r:;:d vho timid woman, I lurnin;; in )u.r husband, 'i think we'll 1 (To-s 1)30 tracks, "William." "A:»> I ih...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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SOLACE OF READING. LORD ROSEBERY'S ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

SOLACE OF HEADING. LOKU HjOSEUJSIHl'S ADVKIli. T)lu fori OS ^^Tiirt\wd 1 nioriy r'''«lv!"« * uirS, liowid' Ui tn« c™rf°l,t o«n avocations, pr>> As regards rti ,.aft3' Ui»t, you iW.onb. aud lul11, ^':ii i,„ly vuiituro to Koiuu t« i>iirh»c, 1 * i-l '»»yo _ throw %yavou IM» piece ''.^rViao.inW vou w»l ra » >»« ' jofession -.winch' «' »'f? UCVSC " iV°«>y vou have cnosu» f.r^ - ,-6. .irnt,t1Wi of liio that auy .micclss . Ju»V| eumstancus. ci"'.A,,,'ent. ■".' J''?", l-?'. consider for •' ...-..(.jou ns a. daily •znrd -yo«f olV'to arind jnon«,v.qut, grind, only »«; it cooscB to Imvo tor yoor .own „oiir :jif0, and.q» certain, e^rt!t'cd-'it. at 'lba■ ^!Oln-■ ■'■moUucsUnV i* noVwitli W,ov®» 11,18 ?" ! "Sa complete ab out its ^ngf*' .,'.vrticular avocation sorption "J o.11.",, »V* .„i„d if it. » no' Wrf* t>. KtcrilISO. m»lu floa't.you B«il.lojvd in otliu.oii>viUl the umysr; Sty! £« 'P^^^'VoSl : and happuioss JJ-°"Mnuu&iao yoin; ov«» som'6 lit ovary.- . m^. divert, ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

-.MELBOURNE LETTER j . (From our SpociaJ Corrospoudont.) v Interesting dotails in conneotion will tho State education *ysi.em ar.j furnish ed in tho annual report, of tbo Director Dealing with tho year 1913, it state* that the number of day schools wim 2120, comprising 2031 tull-timo and IK part-Una* schools. During tbo year bu schools wore added to tho roll, anc .61 wero struck off. Of tho 2126 daj Kohools iu operation, not fewer thar 732 aro maintained for an averago-at' tcudanoo of 20 pupils or less. •, **« expenditure per pupil in small school* is thus very heavy, amounting in sonif cases to as much us £11 per child tot expenses of instruction alon lleocnt legislation has addod materially to th» cost of theso schools, lor, m order tc sccuro teachers for them, it has boor found accessary to increase ibe salar* ios olfered. Women head teachers o< the sixth, or lowest, e!a«a tun now ro coiviug salaries from £110 muimum tc iilaO maximum per annum; a-id mer teachers of thi...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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LIVE STOCK AND SOIL [?]ERTILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

LIVE STOCK Ai-iD SiiSL •rJiKTILiTif; ^ Iiic true. phnctpio of good farming is to g«* at, largo a return from tii« land "a.-, po:i*ibie, ; ut. tho acmo' tim«,-j idiiaituiiiujg'it. not. increasing, tho ib;-| tjirty qf viio p-oii, -mid air ii. vf. Spngg I of ilorphett \'»lo, .m tlio courso of * ! • paper -road. before - tae; Gdhiureace of ihu'Kilis branches of the-iaouth Aus tralian Agricwiturn/'B.ireau. ' ; li all vho cr.opa grown oa tho farm j (ho continued) . nrooartod. to marker I and sold, ,t!io farmer i*. s.uhng tbu ifer- | tiiity oi his farm, and Mich n .>y.>u»m . must end. iu depletion. J'u maintain its i icrtility ho must turn ins larm into a | factory, mid change the raw products ! into; milk. or .meat, tho by-products be ing returned to tho laud as manure. | Animals nro a very impyrtnnt factor m I soil making, and tho farm that is' well- ' stocked has aoii makers continually * at work niaiutaiug its fertility, notation j of uropa- and livestock systematically | worked-...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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THE OUTBACK WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

I THE OUTBACK WQMAM. (*[»r L'amllif in Auckland "Nswf.") ■ lite bilfiVG Jjt'cd if p«:il to thO*» J)OW lIUUK'l'OUfi soiltoi's located . •!» what for lack- of a. bettor. ■term is cnllod the outbacks.' In well-populated countries wherein eom parativyiy aecout,; juetanod roads are tanned, nnd'hy menus o: which fcha ordinary truvul2 cr'derivo?> hi? r'tows.Or agricultural and pastoral liio, there ifc little to arrest attention beyond the passing mxigmtion of a .somewhat.soli tary existence which is U> a giv-nt/ox fcenfc compensated by. a freedom from town' coiivenVioHrtlitics and by pietnv csque rural {mrroimu'mgs that appeal; fro the majority of mankind. In, suoh locution., the. settlors are often to bo: envied, for thfiy enjoy m life hoaithhn in .the estramej are luirly well caterart for by country .storekeepers, receive their minis at stated periods, and ex cept duriug the most part of.the-winter s-oisik'o arc enabled to comfortably tra vel and congregate at tho cit.itomar'v dist...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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GORDON SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

GORDON SHlRli COUN CIL. 'Thursday,'-'April P. Prosent--*Tiie Preaiuent (,ur Octroy), anJ * Crs Weaver, • lisler, parties,^ .Cable, Malone ami Coutt.^ • »'hj minute uf iast meeting -were.* vend and coiuiraled. • i >• > •- Correspondence. * Treasury, • turwarded account for L171), licenaci-juivalent for 1J1 J, The •cash.Macl'boon/ecoived. '•'HailVViiy-,department wrote Co the effect that inquiries did not corroborate the statement that passengers were ..waiting at lv-jrong v^alo for j^ji^ ' periods. lie only delays were those caused by the train hav/ng t:) be sot buck to allow the engine to clear the points. A specific instance of delay was usked kl'or. — Or Coutts said it wiu still the same excuse. The train 'Was Jong alter time, He thought it was consideraoly due to dilatory manage ment. i' barney said he could vouch for it that there was tnuch unnecessary delay ; travellers complained. Some times the train did not 'atari for half an hour after pa sengers had taken their seats...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

Too Weak To Walk DUE TO WORM FEVER. RELIEF AFFORDED BY COMSTOCK'S "DEAD SHOT" WORM PELLETS. "My little girl, now four and a lialf years of ago, was suffering for over four years," writes Mrs. V. | Redforn • Kt.% N.S.\V.""She *3^. appeared to sumption of ' ijjh. the bowels, her to the v l10SPitul where they f prescr I b e d r\oto. powders which I gave her, hut did not seem to do any good. I then discovered she had Worm Fever, and tried vari ous medicines, which, although they caused her to pass some worms, only afforded temporary relief.'*One day I received one of your books describ ing what Comstock's 'Dead Shot' Worm Pellets had done for other children, and I straight away pro ' cured a packet. After the llrst dose the result was simply marvellous, the child passing hundreds of worms. Thirf was four months ago, I have since continued the treatment and feel sure she is now practically rid of them. Whereas previously my daughter was very thin, and that weak she could not walk, she is...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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ARTIFICIAL MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

ARTIFICIAL MEAT. i .Aeuuiding-lo tho Paris daily journals i a JiulgKiii Kinentisfc, - iU: •; Jiittrout, has: I Mieuecdixl in"-producing artirieial. meat, I -tiixl fchi.s is anoth'jradvauco made, by: modern chemistry, after tlio> syutuesis or vegetable extracts or porluuius and. I oven the albumens, whiuh arc tho base I of living i'libsiance. .\J. KfFroni, now, uses-u romarkabic .process lor mdtia j tml preparation ol nitrogenous 'lootis i uv avory low pneo, and theso aro said | to : resJmblo ordinary meat tit a strik iug degree. He - Mies d:jlcr<mt rosi i due* oiMtiaiiiiinciui'cs which aro almost r.u-ortiucss- such as bre>v<»ry or distillery i refuse products, and lrum thejio he" extracts a lood albumon. Tho refuse 'material is first washed, then pressou j .aiul treated by "sulphuric; neid and ai i terwards1 by.iime, boiug then put [through other operation* which are ! long to enumerate, ending by filtering i nudovaporathig iu vacuo. The result i is a pas...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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MOLLY [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

MOLLY . Molly, atood at the nhp-rails, aslim, lithe figure oi a girl, tho wind; blowing atrandK of her uiiru/y hair across her foco. bho shaded ner eyes with ■ -lior., ']iairtl,i and looked wxpcctantly along the load "I<Vither ought • to'•bo here.'by.-nnv,?' alio murmured. l'l wonder whub is keeping hnn " < . Molly'# ffitlioi* hud roiib to Melbourne, •to (kHMirettho sorvices of amticir ncudod help, 'the lust ona. :tv drunkon, :. idh> / follow, whofce.'idea oi,-work nad not- eo-.. mcided with that of tho farmer?^ - hud left a fortiughfc previously; and no.loo/i): aid. bomg available, Mr. ,• Watson de cided to try >;omo of tho city, agencies Molly-was: putting up tlie-slip-miL •''roluctautly,.:beforo:.going buck ; to ;'tho; hnuso, when'she noticed.a .cow trying. Ct-odtwfcroyhcr .triih-pittosporum Jicdgo. i: ,4-'S!mo!M. she . " Wied,.»^clapping • hoi hands:. .cow stopped her dopreila , tions, and turned two mild: bovine eye. j • tbwnr<V thb |pH^bn...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

OF-^RUR AL .INTEREST ..—-—^ . ..... J (jjy "kiisiiojis.") ;■/.< i ; At lit* lime of writing .iho rn'orrpcc'tt lov iiiiiuiiuiMU'u i.oc-clidwiiig . Tit NmgJeoiitiiiiimi .dryzuss and th«-.4tivcjit of/inonujigs thivt/.sugstibt tlw;a]>pri:aeh .at t rttsM- p.mit :io'* a: bad • winter. : This apniiOK particularly the dairying inauMiy. • 'iim. \Vestorn x/i.vinct fs !jnd\V m uei d (it umnudato rain, which, : ".'k'lnll.v^u'ithin .iii.' iijcxt week or so, might. wvs- mi. nicic'u&o. in the. supply til muii. nnd buttor.'n:>j Otherwise is will be very, unlilcoly Uuvt; anv iueiWis > w!U ;.1^ka.j>j;jcb»rtjjtf;.au coming to '/U-aiiiUhte 1 roin tha t. qua rter . until J lino or July, lho butter m»jr conjjri# to .'Malbouruo: froiii, inaijy .fjictoriwj i* very; pooi* in quality, Owi«tf to U»»» small supplies of.cream in nmny parts of' tho^coimtry farnuu-s'.cajw , take lon ger to fill,--mul oonscqiumtlv produce only ^very-indifferenti button. Condi tions : arc .general...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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WHICH END OF A POST SHOULD BE UP? [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

WHICH END OF A POST SHOULB BE UP? Ill ih a very common belief among farmers, remarks the "Scientific Am-1 vv:vj)i,u tJjat a 2)r>st >viJI Inst Jongcrl if sub in ilio ground thvj revm-ao oi" >nc'l way it grow in tlie true; in other wordsj | with tho Imtt end tip. Accordingly, ! ono uvea many pont.s, especially end and 1 gatc-poais, with tiio s«i»;vU oiul <iown. 1 Tlio supposition is, that- sap iri «v troo I is always ascending; or, at least, that j it is easier lor the to go lip than down. Consequently, it is arguod. turning a post upsido down tends ..to prevent ilio rise of water, helps to keep the. wood dry, and thereforo rondois it Ie>-< liable to decay. As a matter of fact, sap or water can How* in cither direction with equal facility, nml thu popular notion to the twitwry is in correct, t'arylnl experiments on the relative tlurahility of post timbers Iiavo been/ made by the 0?:io Agricultural lfcq>eri mont and the abovo quest-ion was en-isidor...

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Boort Co-operative Butter and Ice Co. Ltd. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

Boort Co-operative Butter and Ice Co. Ltd. ANNUAL MEETING. On Thursday last the annual meeting of the shareholders in the above com- pany was held at the office of the com- pany. The attendance was not a large one, and the chair was occupied by Mr E Weaver.   The minutes of last half-yearly meeting were read and confirmed. The manager (Mr H. J. Paton) read the balance-sheet and reports for the past year (which appear in another column). These showed that the com pany had had a very successful year. The profits for the last 12 months were £189 17s Od. The shareholders expressed their aj) preciat'on with the satisfactory condi tion of the balance-sheet. The retiring directors—Messrs E. Weaver, C. Sutton, J. Dyer, and W. H. Wingfield —were re-elected, on the motion of Messrs G. Esler and A Griffiths, and Mr E. Weaver was ap- pointed chairman. A discussion took place in reference to the lighting of Boort with electricity, which concession was being received from the council...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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THE STRENUOUS LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 1 May 1914

THE STRENUOUS LIFE. Monty: '"Awh, old. man, how awh Fou? Seen Gnwge lately ? I hcawh he huB taken to the law and in iu pv/actice wiv his fawther." Algernon : "Yaas, Gawge is work ing dooccd hard now, pawh chap pie." Monty : "What position does he fill, eh?" Algernon : "I'm not quite sJmwh, but have some sort of ideawh that he sits in the outawh office and Dukes people believe he's a swag gawh client, donctoerknow."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 1 May 1914

Bonnin^Ioas Irish Moss! - fw SV N,nm CalJi H>W " ';v v'-^nVi1f1utN'-,V

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