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WEDDING INVITATION CARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 March 1914
WEDDING INVITATION OAEDS. Call at tho " Free Proas'' oflicc and solect your wedding cards. Dainty gilt edged, white or palo blue cards with bright gold or silver lettering, including bride's and bridegroom's names, tho correct style, 12s 6d per 100. Spocial wedding invitations on cream hand woven paper, smart society.' Envelopes for all styles of invitations. Write to the "Free Press'' office, or ring up 'phone 6, Nhill exchange. List of wedding presents inserted free if cards *re printed at this oflice, otherwise Is per inch will bo charged.* The Netherby sports will take place on Wednesday next, 18th inst. Spendid entries have been received.
YANAC NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 March 1914
YANAG NORTH (From our own correspondent). At a parent's meeting held on the J 7th insb., Messrs Judd, Golder, J. j Freeman, Etherton, and Capes were seleated to form the school committee. Good work was done by the retiring committee, and £20 having been raised and expended on improve ments, while u balance of £-112s Od showed a satisfactory financial posi tion. Mr J. Freeman was then elected to the presidency, Mr Golder was appointed secretary, while Mr J. L Judd was again elected treasurer The energies of tho new committee were directed to painting tho school fence, and a working bee was formed to meet at 7 a.m. on the 21st March. A. cordial invitation is extended to all who wish to assist in effecting this improvement, which will undoubtedly remain a monument to the aesthetic tastes of those fortunate enough to participate. " Fortunate'' is written advisedly, as it is anticipated there will not be enough pickets to go round. As a local wit remarks " Claims should be staked out ove...
DISTINGUISHED FEDERAL MEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 March 1914
DISTINGUISHED FEDERAL MEMBER, The people of Nhill and district I were pleased on Wednesday last to/ renew, after an absence of about 12 years, their acquaintance with the Hon William Hill Irvine. M.P. for Flinders, and Attorney-General of the Commonwealth of Australia. Tweny one years ago Mr Irvine, who was then a leading young barrister in Melbourne, wag induced to contest the Lowan seat against the Hon Richard Baker, who was Minister of Education of the Patterson Govern ment. Old residents of the district will recollect the strenuous political contest - that occurred, and which resulted in Mr Irvine being returned by a substantial majority, mainly duo to the grand efforts put forth by his Nhill committee, led by Mr W. Pearson. Mr Irvine unsuccessfully contested the Wimmera seat in the first Federal Parliament against the Hon Pharez Phillips. He was Attor ney-General in the Bent Govern ment, and upon the retirement of Mr B?nt assumed the Premiership, in which capacity he showed him...
KINIMAKATKA CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 March 1914
KINIMAKATKA CONCERT. A most enjoyable concert was held at j Kinimakatka on Wednesday evening in aid of the school funds. Mr R. Murden, the schoolmaster, is to bo complimented on the manner in which he trained the children taking part, their action songs delighting all present. Mr Murden accompanied the children's items, while Miss Davis acted in a similar capacity for the adult singers, which included a party from Nhill, all of whom acquitted themselves splendidly. Tho following programme was rendered : Costume song, "When I was a girl, you know," Irene Clark and Maud Muller ; display of drill, boys ; recitation, "Half-way doings," Lily Muller ; action song, "I don't want to play in your yard," Vera Blythcman and Ivy Meek ; recitation, "A single hair," Mr Murden ; display of drill, girls ; recitation, Vera Blytheman; action song, "Model Policemen." boys ; song, Miss Oxnam ; recitation, "Things inside,'' Annie Blytheman ; song, Mr Hudson ; action song, "Thirteen modest Quakeresses,'1...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 March 1914
OBITUARY. The death occurred on Sunday last of Mr Michael Creenaunp, of Rosebery, and formerly of Tarranginnie. De ceased was born at Lake Buloke in 1854, and after residing in the Kewell district for a number of years, came to the West Wimmera, and carried on the occupation of farming. About 15 years ago he left this district and settled in Rosebery. The lato Mr Creenaune was unmarried ; the cause of death was heart failure. De ceased's brothers are Messrs Tom and Barney (Rosebery), and William Greonaunu (Gilgandra), and his sisters —Mrs Chas. Shone, Nhill, and Mrs J. Shone, Lawloit. The remains were interred in the Eosebery cemetory,— j Mrs Frederick Pumpa, an old and I respected resident of Murtoa, passed away last week, having suddenly expired from heart frilure. Besides her husband, deceased leaves three sons and five daughters to mourn her loss.
COURT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 March 1914
COURT NEWS. Messrs W. A. Gunn and John P. Ryan officiated at the local court yesterday when the following cases were dealt with : O. C, Davies v. Thomas Branfield, board and lodgings and goods sold and deli vered. Mr C. C. Palmer, of Messrs Trumblo and Palmer for complainant. An order was made for the amount claimed, viz £12 16s with JJl 16s Gd costs. F. J. Williams v S Weir the elder, damages for trespass of cattle. Mr 0. C. Palmer for complainant, and Mr O. H. Douglas, of Messrs Stedman Proudfoot and Douglas, for defendant. Complainant did not appear. Case adjourned for 7 days on payment of 14s 3d cost.
MIRAM NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 March 1914
mira.m news. _ . | A correspondent writes :—"Tie folk of Miraia and district are looking forward with great anticipa tion to that important day, Tuesday, 17th March, whea the sports meeting and opening ceremony of the hall will be conducted. They are sparing no expense to make it a very successful day. Yes, Miram is awake, and the people are proud of their splendid Town Hall. We are making arrange ments to stop the express at Miram to convey the Nhill folk back. We are depending on nil to make this a most decided success. Don't forget!' Tie a piece of cotton on your finger. Please come and bring your friends.; Luncheon and tea obtainable on the ground. Father, bring mother and children. The greatest day of the' year. Young men bring your sweet hearts."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 March 1914
PROFESS! m* ■•I • ; i£j J1 THEY DECLARE IT TO BETHE ONE MEDICINE THAT GIVES NEW VITALITY AND LIFE. 9 Dudley Street, Perth. 24/5/12. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "As a nurse I have seen Clc&ects Tonic do so much good araen^si my patients, it is my duly to siafco these facts. I have prescribed, ii olLen and in every cs.so ii scc-ias the patient, it [i'ves reiV.2ir.iug sleep, creates a desire for food, and IT HELPS ■iSIS FOOD TO DIGEST. The P'tients become bright and che.^nd after its use. As a health restorer 1 say Clements Tonic HAS HO EQUAL. (Signed) x NURSE LINNDEBERG." The Rev. J. HOSKING, D.D., Minis ter of the Congregational Mission Church, I Fitzroy, Melbourne, writes :— - "I suffered from Nervous Prostra tion, Insomnia, and Nervous Head aefces. Oca bol'.la of CLEMENTS TONIC pit mo snd was worth its weight in gold." These arc letters tli»t every man and woman i- ii:M rr;iti and :tr; upmi. This remedy is the [m standard Australian hluuJ and nerve ic?cnc t} ra:or, and no unhealthy...
NHILL TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 March 1914
NHiLL TELEPHONE SUB SCRIBERS Cut this out at once and paste it on a sheet of cardboard, and hang it be side your telephone. 1 "Young Bro3. 2 KosUe Bros. 3 A mifl J Mcintosh 4 J L Barnes 5 J J Meagher, not in use • 6 " Free Press" Olfica 7 Kozmitisky's Hotel 8 Ryan and. Bond 9 Dr Ryan ? , c 10 Manfield and £tiir]Jhy 11 Golds worthy, Coles, and Co 12 Trumble and Palmer 13 Haeelthorn and Bolton 14 Stedmin, Proudfoot, and Douglas 15 T W.Puranfc 16 Sliire Hall 17 Broadbent Bros. IS Dr Shaiusy 19 C H Towns 20 Brent and Co. 21 Rintoulo's Hotel 2*2 Police Station 23 Mrs O'C-tlla^han 24 Kemp's Hotel ' 25 J 0 jMacdouald 26 J Sliauasy 27 James Brown 28 Railway Station 30 M Ji Kain 31 Rod'la and Paterson 32 J Doling and Sou 33 A Bongiorno 34 Henderson and McIlra.Hi 35 lTatner Jones 30 J A Anderson 37 Hicks & Co 38 J Scott 39 E C Davis 40 J and A Day 41 C -Fritsch
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 March 1914
AUCTIONEERS' Stoeb and Station Agents, Land, Finance ami Commission Agents HORSHAM NISILL, and HAMILTON. • Branch Offices at—Minjip, Bupanyup, Warracknabcal, Dimboola, Oaaterton, & Kan va AUCTION SALES OF HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEP, ETC Held as under :—Horsham, Hamilton, Nhill. Miuyip, Rupanyup, Goroke, Kaniva, Ditnboo a, Dunkcld, Casteitou, Cavandish, Biltwor.iUnd Strath dowuie. -- . i Agents for— Dcnnys, Lascelles, Austin, and Co, ■V . The Ballarafc Trustees, Executors, and Agency Coy. Ltd. The Ballarat Banking Company, Ltd. i. The Australian Live Stock Insurance Coy. Ltd. TJie Victoria Fire Insurance Coy The Crossly Gas and Oil Engines Cooper's Sheep Dip SUMMARY OF CLEAR ING SALES, ETC. Thursday, Mahch 12, Thos Jewell, Yearinga Tuesday, Mahch 17, P. W. Schuitz, Glenlee Tuesday, March 24, Netherby Stock Sale Thursday, March 26, E. E. His oock, Netherby Motorists. Motorists'. YOUNG BROS, wish to notify all car owners and the public gene rally that they stock, and are prepared to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 March 1914
GREAT Qii m in op I ]! pp pi n (f ! P uiiiliihi liil/ilil Ocii.D — Starts — Saturday, March 14, arid lasts "FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY. Sacrificial Reductions pprmwi iwiit, hi— Will be shown in Every Depart ment, and Bargains hitherto un dreamt of will be as plentiful as mosquitoes on hot- nights. Don't Forget tlie Opening Date— Saturday, 14th March, 1914 Victoria Street, NHILL. A.. FETTLING, Watchmaker and Jeweller, iriCT«mX£L S7P33LESEST, E^*Great Assortment of Beautiful Engagement and Wedding Rings ranging in prices—15s to 10 guineas. SPLENDID VARIETY OF GOLD AND SILVER BROOCHES. Gold Brooches from 5s upwards. Dainty Electroplate Ware suitable for Wedding Presents. Good Supply of SPECTACLES—all sights and all prices. ? — sight rris sheas x*. — TRINKETS AWD WATCHES. REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Silver-mounted Combs, f old and Silver Studs, Silver Links, Watch Chains, Silver Spoons, Silver Cigar Holders, Medals, Silver erviette Rings, and all kinds of Striking Clocks. Made in Set and Stump Jumpers...
The Nhill Free Press WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE "NHILL MAIL." FRIDAY, 13TH MARCH. Newa and Notes. DISPOSAL RUBBISH, LIQUID, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 March 1914
he thill free Iless With which is Incorporated the " Nhill Mail." FRIDAY, 13Ih MARCH. Jews awl Jtofe*. DISPOSAL KUBBISH, LIQUID, ETC. An advertisement inserted by the Lowan Shire Council appears else where which states that residents of Nhill are requested to at onco make the necessary arrangements to com ply with by-law No. 15, re deposit or discharge of rubbish, liquid, etc., on streets, etc. Any person who causes offensive stuff to run into the street channels or on to the roadway shall for every day during which any such liquid or matter is allowed to run into the gutters or on to the foot path shall forfeit a sum not exceeding £5.
KITCHEN PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 March 1914
KITCHEN PABTY. Our Woorak correspondent writes: The usual quietness of Woorak was broken on Wednesday, 4th inst., when buggies laden with young and old arrived at "The Pines," the residence of Mr R. G. Keara, to honor Miss Bertha Siemering and Miss Lena Grayling with a kitchen party prior to their marriage. Cr D. Bone occu pied the chair, ably explained tho object of the gathering, and drew attention to the large number of kitchen utensils, which showed the esteem in which both young ladies were held. Ho complimented them on having gained such respect, and hoped that this would bean incentive to others to follow their example. After giving tho young people some practical advice, he presented Miss Siemering, on behalf of hor frionds of Woorak, with a handsome dressing case. Mr Siemering, in responding, thanked all friends for their kindness ; Mr A If Schultz returned thanks on behilf of Miss Grayling for tho ex pressions of goodwill, and for tho splendid collection of kitchen uten si...
THE RIFLE. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 March 1914
THE RIFLE. On Wednesday a commencement will be made with the annual musketry course on the local rifle range. Country riflemen are re quested to fire the course as early as possible. Members of the executive are requested to endeavour to induce every rifleman to fire the course and thereby strengthen the local club, also to be in attendance to assist in the shooting. Every rifleman must be efficient, or forfeit his travelling pri vileges. Our Winiarn correspondent writes: —The two teams of riflemen who re presented the club at the meeting of the No. 1 Union at Horsham, fully maintained the club's reputation. The A team, who wera in good form, established the highest score off the rifle, but were too heavily handi capped to win. In the individual events the teams were very success ful, only two failing to win money. On the first day A- Wohlers won the scratch match, annexing £4. On tho second day Clark won the Mahoney Handicap, and Becured £3. F. Voighfc, who shot remarkably well, pu...
LORQUON NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 March 1914
LORQUON NEWS. A Lorquon correspondent writes:— On Saturday evening last a meeting of the committee of the Lorquon Sports was held, when it was decided to donate a 500 gallon water tank to the Lorquon Hall out of the pro ceeds of the rocenfc sports. A.11 ac counts are not yet to hand, but it is anticipated that when everything is paid a substantial balance will be shown to tho credit of the club.—A. meeting of the school committee was held on Monday evening when the fol lowing officers were appointed for the ensuing term :—Mr F. Cramer, chair man ; Mr P. A, Deckerfc, correspon dent ; Mr 0. H. Lionert, treasurer.
BORDERTOWN RACES. The following are the acceptances—HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 March 1914
BORDERTOWN RACES. The following are the acceptances— Hurdle Race. st lb st Merrinita ll 0 Excalibur 9 Turmoil 10 5 Thunder 9 Trial Stakes. Thn'der Ryal 8 11 Lady Tattle 8 Sinopor 8 ll Pooginagorio 8 BlueDot(late Amino 8 Thunderess 8 11 Bohdertown Cup. Phomiio 9 0 Triangle 7 Highflown 8 7 Osier 7 Yatla 8 7 Pom 7 Turmoil 8 2 Trent Gull 7 Thundorliglit 7 9 Excalibur 7 WoLsEjjEY Stakes. Little Polly 9 0 . Mumluckh'dt 8 i Tli'ndr Royal 9 0 John Willy 8 I Trent Gull 0 0 Amine 8 1 Mate 8 7 Airlight 9 lb 0 0 11 11 11 8 4 2 0 0 7 7 7 7 MundalxiA Plate. AH Colors 9 0 Th'nder Eyl Royal Bolt 8 0 Sioper Spearfiah 8 0 Pcm Fulgerato 7 7 La&lt;3y Tattle Blue Dot ll&te Amine Thundcress 7 4 Airlight Trent Gull 7 2 Publicans' Purse. Ruaparo 9 7 Bl'e Dot (late Merrinita 9 5 Thunderess) 8 Turmoil 9 5 Concur Triangle 8 10 Thunder Fulgerato 8 7 Excalibur Oaior 8 G Mumluck 8 0 8 0 8 0 Poogioagoric 8 4 hardt 8 0 Gerang hold their annual race fixture on Wednesday next, when a good days' sport...
GLENLEE PEOPLE'S PARTY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 March 1914
GLENLEE PEOPLE'S PARTY SPORTS. The following are the results of the sports held at Glenlee in connection with the Liberal picnic last Wednes day Maiden Plate. First Heat. J. Telfer ... ... 1 W. Schultz ... ... 2 Second Heat. W. Pohlner ... ... 1 P. Schneider ... ... 2 Third Heat. R.Schneider ... ... 1„ W. Reichelt ... ... 2 Final. R. Schneider ... ... 1 W. Pohlner ... ... 2 Telfer... ... ... 3 Political Sheffield Handicap. W. Pohlner ... ... 1 A. Harmer ... ... 2 Victoria Cross Race. 0. McCabe ... ... 1 R. McCabe ... ... 2