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SNAKES IN POLLOKSHIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 1 May 1914

SNAKES IN POLLOKSHIELDS. It was Norrio who made the dis covery, but the credit of seeing the amazing significance of it belonged to Buff, the bigger boy. By; means of the kitchen steps, in broad daylight, armed with, pistols and bull's-eye lantern, they bad cJirabed to the roof of an outhouse, and, entering' by a skylight, they had rcscued three com panions, from the secret chamber-in which they had been imprisoned by pirates. The leader was in a par ticularly ilaring mood, because he had shortly before evaded the brunt of a maternal beating, by hurriedly armour-plating tile likely part with the discarded telephone directory be fore coming downstairs for the drub bing. Having concluded this little affair with satisfaction, the rescued, with their allies, were playing football in the suburban garden when the great discovery was made. This time there was uo make-believe. The boys' eyes bulged with cxciteracnt. They ex perienced a creepy feeling akin to that of the diver who finis a de...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CYCLE CLEANING. THE BEST WAY AND EASIEST WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 1 May 1914

CYCLE CLEANING. THE "BEST WAY AND EASIEST WAY. r: J Iberc nro two things to bo-?emcm bcred when you clenn a bicycle ; tbo • first is to avoid making an unneces sary mess, and the sccond is to avoid damaging the mn'Mne. You can prevent the mess by doinj; the cleaning in tlic garden, or, if yo:i are obliged to do it in the house, by spreading some newspapers on the floor. hock the froDt wheel of the mn- ' cbine ;Jnd turn it upside down, for that, makes it easier lor you to "re volve the wheels. If the mud is thick and hard it ia : best to clean Hy.ofI by nibbing with a damp eloth,;';'. lor this .softens thc / V v';-: mud and , pre\%its any. damage' to c';/ '; t he n-fimci;-"---.... - Whih .yon:' hnvc'-rot- 'thir^dh't ruli the enamelled'parts with a clotfc. t.n which there is a littl<. oil, ant** finish oil by a thorough rubbing with a perfectly dry cloth. \Vith regard to the plated part*, use a good metal polish, or a paste made of whitening; if you use metal polish, he' ca...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Services. Services will be held on Sunday next as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 1 May 1914

. Church Services. " I Services will bojiold on Sunday noxt as follows: — Church of CiiRiST~Uliimo, 11 a.m. Ultima Hull.— Sir Mudgc. Catholic Cnuneir.—Ultima, 10.15 a.m. (Iloly Communion l^fchcr M'-Dr.'d-1. PiiEsnyTkniAN Chukch—Chil innollah, 11 a.m.; Stratfmd East, 2 p.m.; Wewin, •1 p.m. (Harvest Thanksyivini' Services at tho thrco places mentioned); Ultima, 7.M.—Mr J. Robortsoti. Mkthodjst Church.—Ultima. 7.5U) p.m., Mr jMi)!ii3;iiy ; Mention \V., 11 n.m.; MrNalder; I?olisbet,3p,m., Mi'Munday, Waitchio C., 11 a.m., Mr Monday j We win, 'J.tiO p.m., Mr J. Roberts, A Record Wheat Scuson, The wheat transport season has ~prac ticiilly linishod, but the Railway depart* inent in stilt despatching sufficient ttucks to .the country districts to cany between 20,000 and 30,000 bags of wheat; per day to the Hcabuard. The season Jims boon a record one, there having been 0,707,005 bags of wheat transported for export, as against 4,819,565 last year. SUckod on stations at present there arc 1,570...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GLYCERINE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 1 May 1914

GLYCERINE. . Mfiny years ago, m an obscure mining village in Sweden, nn apothe cary^was making lead plaster- in „tbo ordinary way by heating olive oil with hihnrgc and v.atcr, when lie chanced to noticc* .that, the liquid, which was mmghd v.nh the pasty lend.compound, had a ctrange sweet taste., On furtner .investigation, bo found: that the sweet taste was caus ed l»sfr the Tpresence ol an oily liquid •which* .was - dissolved :d the water. No such substance. was described-in. the books of ttie djjy.- . .". /A • £cheelef -the*-apothecary, knew that he had discovered a .■■new substance • J^c soon found that this sweet-liquid was not •• the .product* of ? olive oil alone, hut that other oils and fats would yield it under the-same treat ment. v So he named it the "sweet principle of fats,'' or "oil-sugaT.V* More than a century • has passed siuce . Schecle's discovery, yet it is but little over sisty years sincc "oil Bugar":was found to. he of practical valuc>Aoxceptiior. a-vcr^. Jiro...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
What is Supporting the Local Press? [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 1 May 1914

' What-is Supporting the > ' Local Press,?. What ik suppoihng the lot d |inv<- — *V Is it Fending lomphmcntiiry tickets .nml handhtilH (printed in other towns) m:h t request toattend and *»iv<s a input! ^for - * thegood ol the (Miusc) or the contort, soei.l. .v.; ., - - demonstration or ndigujus> meeting when . > •- the same ban notboon \adrertised in the * local paper? Ah ! no, invdeur brethun. it is not. Is it> supporting the pies to j * i t give one inch "mlvl'. nml want :i X'2 • •._ report? N»i, my do.uly beloved b:v:h<rn. ' . • -V.'. - • the perspiring jonrim ist n\nm>« \v isn ins hands in innocon *v and find lu-cal. A:-:.. for --" his family in kh.sk orKN i-assk, p..yrea:, wages, taxes; and other heavy elm-gos. unless he is supporleddoccntlv, uui.ssu.l minting bo kept in the district, or unless ho uceives good adveitising suppoi*:. fV .v Notwithstanding a custom very largely followed, J say don't bo mean with- the pi'CBs—-cncourf...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 1 May 1914

Ultima Coffee Palace. .miOlNISCi COMMfcUUIAfj BANK. ' THE PL AC It. I OR COMFORT ' ■■■ ■■■■■livery.convenience..for every class—permanent bolirders; ■ i t ommcrci tl im\tilers md firmer1? Large Dining, Reading, and Commercial Rooms,-; t> With Jill appurtenances for.case and comfort. Single and double beds, hot or cold baths. Motor car (^r^hire Best Stabling. r ■Provision for-.extra demand on accommodation Hist'Opm-; pletec JOSEPH DREWETT, Proprietor ■» Hotel, TXXjTPXJVEA. C*opposite Uuilway Station). Ainplo ucominmlution on lowl. . Cljoico clmnr>:i;jnc Ar wines fur Jlirc. "W. cJ. Q''BRIEN", Proprietor. Alp. Van, BUILDER, ULTIMA, HAS Tor &kL« ji 'nvgo ijmuitiJ.Y of J a-d «n/l M>fowo:vl en>e 1 iron/riil^m^ uu I spouting FOK .v\LK at, LOW EST It At KS'. " NICHOLAS L O'CONNOR, LL.M. U.A., Barrister, Solicitor.:Goavejan-: ' rcr. and'Trtctcr.-"-'^ ~ ur/rrjn, A Cuiimi'ssnmsr of the "iiprniic fiumt of tlic Stuto of Victoiu- foi t tkin^ Alhilitviis ^ K\l>^r>. ,d. In...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 1 May 1914

Chamberlain's 5"Mu«R Tablets FOR CONSTIPATION. \ :< For a Good Clean Meal Call at W. FADERZENS, CKNTR \I- COFKl'ili PALACE, I Hargrcavcs Street, R V OIGO:t (Opposite .Markets.) Three Courses €»!>» Beds Is, "As Good as the Best." CONSIGN YOUR FAT LAMBS, v, SHZEP, CATTLE <6 PIGS ■ j SPENCER HtM AND CO., Sheep, Cattle, & Land Salesmei, j BENDIGO and BRANCHES. \ y HO beg to announcs to their clients I * * and (he public generally that they I have appointed Mr K. J. Beaumont i iheir agent in Ultimo and district. Mr Beaumont will bo plonscd to order and secure trucks, arrange trucking and "Consigning. Tho firm-beg to announce that they arc agents Again this season for tho same leading firm of exporters, and alt vendors of sheep and lamb.s of nice quality can depend upon receiving satisfactory prices. | Our sales iu Bendigo arc— MONDAYS—Sheep and Iambs TUESDAYS--Put and Storo Cattle THURSDAYS—Pigs, at our own] Bazaar. SATURDAYS— Horses, at our own Bazaar. K...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 1 May 1914

MAKE YOUR. DISTRICT KNGW^ j Concerning sonic parts of this exteB sivc district .news comes but seldom. This is nol entirely our fault ; we have no miraculous power of knowing what is happening a,t all the places within our area of circulation. It is the fault of residents in the silent places. Will some man or woman take the matter in hand and causc the silcnce to j cease. If no one else 'is doing it for your district will you try on these lines ? Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neighbour- : hood, such ns weddings, deaths, accid ents, concerts, sports, social gatherings, .matters touching district industries. etc Write the names pf persons and pla r* very distinctly. . Don't bother nbtn'.l grammar or ing ; it's the editoi's win!: io look afu-t tho*c tiifles., The baio>i skeleton i> enough. .Write'only on one fklu of the pupi'i. • V.ive inl*"itu:»(i »n, but let ciiticUm \\ ii «• -

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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CRICKET. BOORT DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. BOORT AND MARMAL—AN EVEN MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 1 May 1914

CRICKET. BOORT DISTRICT ASSOCIA TION. BOORT AND MARMAL— AN ICVI'N MATCH. j The premiership match was con I tinned on the Manual ground last Saturday. At the conclusion of | the former day's play Marmal had made 111, and Boort had lost two | wickets for -18; Gawne (28) and jj. R. O'Dcmiell resumed batting, j 0' Donnell had reached 8 when he played a hall from W. Alexander onto his wicket. 3 —S—67. Gawne was hardly at home, and in at tempting to lift one was caught by J. Baines. 4—-11—70, Fellows could only manage a single and Lewin was out leg before for 12. G for 92. Pickering made 7, Crack , nell G, and Jones and Parkinson did not increase the score. As a vacancy was kept for Baines, the innings closed at 101. W. Alexan der bowled well. He had had one over on the previous Saturday which cost 1L runs, tout lie took " wickets for 11) runs on this occa sion. D. Coote and Geary opened Manual's second innings, and the former was clean bowled by O'Dou nell's sc?oud ball. Lewiu's third sc...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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GORDON SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 1 May 1914

GORDON SHIRE COUN CIL. Thursday, April 9. Present—The President (CrOttrey), and Crs Weaver, Eslcr, Barnes, Cable, Malone and Coutts. Secretary's Report. Gentlemen,—I have [the honor to re port as follows The sum of ,£372 -lSs 9d has been paid into the bank since last meeting made lip as follows—Cur rent rates £ 140 4s Gd, arrears £10 I Us <ld, interest on general rates £l lis Gd, current sanitary charges £13 4s, liarrapoort weighbridge lis, dog fees £3 15s, licenses eqvivalent £178, police court fees ,£1 10s, pound fees 9d, contractors' deposits .£19 13s 6d, sheep dip £3 19s 8d, sale of paste £2 0s. (id, total £372 18s 9d. The net credit balance after deduction of to-day's paysheet of ,£459 4s 3d amounts to £4IS 7s lid, made up as folldws—East riding credit £2lG 2s Sd, central credit £33 12s Id, west do. ,£130 10s 4d, trust account credit £155 2s lOd, total L418 7s 17d. Dairy Inspector's Keport. Gentlemen,—I have the honor to re port as follows :— I have inspected the dai...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 1 May 1914

noi:<sut a norm:. 141 had pains in my le^a which the doe tor twitl was rheumatism," writes Mr llolit. Cochrane, builder, Wnimihu, X.Z. 4,1Im lotion did mo no good uwl I Kuflored minery, 1 huw u friend using Home liniment which he told me wan Chatulxirliun's Pain i Halm and oiTorod mo his Iwittlu to try it. It I did nic so much qood that i Imiight a hottlo tuywlf and wiii *>on froo of all pains."

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ULTIMA CLUB'S ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 1 May 1914

ULTIMACLU1VS ANNUAL MEETING The inaugural meeting of tho above club for tho coming season was hold in tho hull on Tuesday hist, whon about 50 intending mombeiH woro present. Mr A» Vernon was votud to tho chair. Ah no financial stntemont was madu available, and as tho lato aocrotary had loft tho district, no definite information could bo obtained as to to tho oxact position of tho olub. Tho* election of ollicora for tho eu&uing ttsmi roaulted oh follows :— Prusidont, Mr A. Smith ; Vice-presidents, Dr Rowan and Mr A. G. Hosken; patrons, Hon. J. Gray, M.L.A., Cra. Roberts, Groy an<) Chambers, Messrs J. Guy/Nr O'Connor, M. Brooks, It. A. Schooling, J. M'Oonoell, A. Dagloioh, J. R, Town, G. J. Brunnrn, «I. O'Brien, A. Vernon, Alex. Rogers, F. Conway, M, Marassovitch, J. Drewett. T. Sutton, A.. Page, H. Powell, C. Emonsori, S. Keith, H. Purcell and Dr. Rowan; sec., Mr W. Brooks; committee, Dr. Rowan, Messrs J. M'Connell, Hoskon, W. Ryan and F. Charles ; dologates, tho P...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Smoke Social and Presentation to Mr and Mrs M. Killeen. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 1 May 1914

Smoke Social and Presenta tion to Mr and Mrs M. ~ Killeen. A pleasant evening was spent at the Terminus hotel, Boort, oil Friday last, the occasion being a social niKt presentation to Mr and Mrs Killeeu, who, after J(J years' residence in Boort, have been trans ferred to Korong Vale. About 50 gentlemen were ' present, and the chair was occupied by Cr Weaver. The tables had been nicely laid out and the walls of the room were decorated with suitxble emblems. There were apologies from a large number who were unable to be present, but they wished every suc cess to Mr -and Mrs Killeeu and family. • The chairman invited all present to partake of the. good things pro vided, and after all had satisfied themselves t'.-:e toast of "TheKing" was proposed and honored. After several songs and recita tions the chairman explained the object for which they had met together, viz., to bid farewell to Mr and Mrs Killeeu,- who had been connected with Boort for a large number of years, and were well kno...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BARRAPOORT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 1 May 1914

BARRAPOORT. During the past week w; have received very beuefici<il rains, two inches being registered. Since the rain the ground is in excellent con dition for seeding operations, a:.d sowing is in full swing throughout the district. A fairly large area' is being sown down to oats this sea son. Many fanners consider it profitable to sow oats on clean stubble land, and utilise the w.hole of their fallow land for wheat. Stock are in excellent condition, Sheep especially are looking well, and quite a number of young lambs are to be seen about tlie district. A good sp:iug is no/iceable in the grass, and a fair season for lambs is practically assured. Barrapoort railway siding now boasts of a newly erected waiting room. Some months ago a depu tation of district residents waited on the Commissioners, requesting the erection of a suitable waiting room, and after due consideration a structure that has seen much ser vice elsewhe.'e has been transferred ts Barrapoort. The Barrapoor...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 1 May 1914

WOMEN'S INT&ftESTS. (Hy "Ainlirosiiu,1.'') , Bodices; remain woniethine of the Kimono still. Xndos-d, the Japiiho*a oloment is still Very atroii" on our garment. Sashes hav© °oom© to stay, am] 0110 ser.s thorn not onlv 011 dressmakers dresses, but on "tailor mader, at th« backs'of coats — the I.ir«e obi jrorn at the buck by nil Japanese Indies, ami in front by tho rosciiuitnis RoisbM. For aftornooii dresses tho .Japanese use]; js worn. It lias a'turnover band, which stands it littlo way trom tllo neck, and is usu ally nn»de of some colour wlrcli tones with t Ml costun..". Insiclo this you Ronorallj mc a draped no!, fichu. 'I'lia Mront. and upper portion of tho (.-host aro worn an nnturel. \\V have S(iL used to this, aH,J uproot 1 that it is very becoming. When it wu shall bo just in loro Willi covering up our necks. WaTst eoat.s are more and moro fashionable, nnd J think while you have warm wea ther you would find a soft'ailk or net nwttittoat charming under one of tho thin ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Kaneira. SPORTS MEETING IN AID OF CHIL LINGOLLAH R.C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 1 May 1914

Kaneira. (From Our Own Correspondent). SPORTS MEETING IN AID OF CHIL LIN'GOLbAII U.C. CHURCH. As a result of tlio St. Patrick's day sports mooting bold hero in aid of the Chilllingollah R.C. Church building fund, £39 10s was raised. Those concered are very pleased with tho substantial credit balance. Over 120 points of rain were re gistered here . last week. It was indeed a benelicient rain, for not only will it have the effect of stimu lating tho young herbage, but will also givo tho wheat crops a good start. The majority of farmers here had their seed sown before the rain fell.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 1 May 1914

v MELBOURNE LETTER /From our Special Com'spomloiil.) yir George Kcid has gone liack tc. impressed with Australia's wox wbeiant prosperity/' but shuddering as what will happen when (ins bad ■es eomu. One o£ the- things that ••ty must ho brought about wiicn U'o lin encounter the doldrums of tho it-;ui years is tho curtailment of the holiday era/.e. This has absolute pos session of us just now*. It is astound' ing tho extent to which this light* hearted abandonment of work pro vails. In most eases several (lays, and in many a full woe It' was devoted to holiday making at Kastcr, And this in busi ucssQsin which a day lost moans a 1063 i that, can never bo made up. .But me' ,un ol' pro3|)ority shines and wo fire nostly 'dcsciplcs of thai old" tontraalcor,;_ vbo.*.*'philosophy ivas to •Fill tho cup that dears To-day of past regrets and future fears. 'IVmiinuw /—why. to-morrow 1 may bo Myself with yesterday's sovon thousand years. The Hailway Commissioners iiavo mn> forward with figures...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Meatian. ENCOURAGING PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 1 May 1914

Meatian. (FROM OUR OW>' CORRESPONDENT.) ENCOURAGING PROSPECTS. This district Imp benefited a good deal, owing to the rain a few day ago. Considerably over an inch has fal len and if the weather remains mild for a few days, the paddocks will be Gbowing nice and green. Fears that were entertained a short time ago concerning the dam's giving out, have been set at rest for a short time, at any rate; as most of tho farmers have caught enough wator to keep them going for somo time. Seeding operations aro gotting well advanced, and the ucreago going under cultivation, will compare very favourably with tbo area under cul tivation last season. CRUSHED BY A HORSE. Mr Stanley Grey, son of O R. Grey, of Meatian, rnct with a pain ful accident on Sunday last through being crushed by a horse. The animal he was riding is owned by tho local Methodist circuit, and was used by Mr Strickland about fifteen months ago. Tbe where abouts of this animal bad re mained a mystery for the period stated until...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 1 May 1914

How' Dyspeptics Can Eat What They Want Without Pain; Jii'.thu vast majority of ease?, says a lending specialist, indigestion, dyspepsia, and oiber so-called &ionmclj troubles aio in no way due to the fault of the stomach jtsel.f but almost entirely to fermentation of the food contents and the resul tant formation of acid and ga« which irritate and inJl,ime the delicate lining of the stomach, and unna turally distend . the stomach walls, causing displacement of the. vital organs and dangerous piessurc on the heart and ]hmgs*. He estimates that 96 per cent, of all stomach pains, either acute or chronic, are directly or indirectly due to acid fermentation —all of which bo has proved enn be avoided by neutralising the acid and j stopping the fermen'ation by means | of a simple antacid known among ! . and obtainable from all chemist* j under the name of bisuratcd mag nesia ; ha'f a teaspoonful in a little I water immediately after eating, ' preventing the slightest indieiiticn ] ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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FOOTBALL. THE WA[?]CHIE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 1 May 1914

FOOTBALL. THE V.'AirCHIK G LUB. Tho Waitcbie club (premiers laat year) liave decided to re-form and take pari in tho competition again this eeasno. Tho following gentlemon wero elected as office-bearers :—President, Mr W. J. Piitebard (rc-clcctcd); Vicc-President*. Messrs A. li. Guy, II. English and I). Matbieson ; Hon. Sec., Mr Jan. Connor .{r.»._oh»cted), Tho colors to bo tho same as last season as also tho price of mem bers tickots.

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