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Presence of Mind. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 9 January 1914
Presence of Mind. la Trout ot his Chelsea (iSug.) house oir Tuomas More hau a garden and gatehouse, and, as mere was a pleas ant view irom the summit ot the gaiq uouse, he used trequoutly to sit tuera, accompanied omy Dy his dog. Here ■ it was that he was fouud one atter uoou by a wandering maniac, who crept upstairs and saw the feeble old man dozing. ".Leap, 'rom, leap!" he cried, and at the same time ined to throw him over the battlements. More had uot physical strengtu enough to resist, hut ue had the wit to say: ".Let us first tnrow this little dojj over." 'rue man immediately threw dowa the dog. "Pretty sport," said the Lord Chan cellor. "Now, go down and bring hiin up again." Wane the madman went down for the aog, More made fast the door ba umU mm, ana so managed to hold me tort until deliverance came.
Knew Him Well. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 9 January 1914
Knew Him Well. It was a contested will case, and one o£ the witnesses, in the course 01 giving evidence, described the tes* cator minutely. ".Now, sir," said counsel for the de fence, "I suppose we may take it. from the haltering description you have given of the testator, his good points, and his personal appearance generally, that you were intimately acquainted with him?" "Him!" exclaimed the witness. "Ha was no acquaintance of mine!" "Indeed! Well, then, you must have observed him very carefully , whenever you saw hirnY" pursued counsel. "I never saw him in my life," was the reply. "Now, now, don't trifle with the Court, please! How, 1 ask you, could you, in the name of goodness, de scribe him so minutely if you never saw him or never knew him?" "Well," replied the witness, and the smile which overspread his features extended to the faces of those in court, "you see, I married his widow."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 9 January 1914
O INVENTORS PAT E N T S Obtained la Commonwealth and Ela> where lor Improved methods of Appli ances, Tools, etc., of any daacrlptloa. Full Information, Costs, etc., gent on application to A. O. 8ACHSE, O.E. AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND BUILDINGS, Corner Collin* and William it*, MELBOURNE.
IF WE KNEW. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 9 January 1914
IF WE KNEW. ( Could we tout draw back the curtains That surround each other's lives, i See their naked heart and spirit, Know what spur the action gives; Often we should find it better, Purer than we judge wo should— We should love each other better, IE we only understood. ! Could we judge all deeds by motives. See the good and bad withjn, Often we should love the sinner, All the while Ave loathe the sin. Could we know the powers working To overthrow integrity, We should judge each other's errors With more patient charity. If we knew the care and trials, Knew the effort all in vain, And the bitter disappointment, Understood the loss and gain; Would the grim external roughness Seem, 1 wonder, just the same? Would we help where now we hindorf Would we pity where we blame? Ah! we judge each other harshly, Knowing not life's hidden force; Knowing not the fount of action Is less turbid at its source. Seeing not amid the evil All the golden grains of good; Oh! we'd love each other better....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 9 January 1914
Prentlce-st., East St. Kilda. Sepiemoer z, 1913. ; Mr. Brin,—1, a mo ther of eleven chil dren, write 10 nelp it possible nard-worK »ng inomers wnu iiavo yuung cuuuren aL ■ teauniii acnoui. l uiiuli yuu snould matte known your .fedic i'omaae for me head, its effect is miraculous. Aly girls attend 'the Windsor Convent School, ana their heads nave been siiotvn as an example or good, the eilect ot .fedic Pomade. In Justice to mouieru wno, unfortunately, 'nave to go out working it should be more generally Known, l give you with a heart and a hall: permission 10 make any use you wish or this letter.—Yours, etc., (Mrs.) ALICE O'CALLAGHAN. Pedic Pomado for the head destroys Yermin and .Nits; is sold by all Chemists and Stores, or posted by J. Jinn, Chemist, Kast Malvern, V., 1/2, Zfi and 3/1); with .Nit Comb, tid. extra.
Anonymous. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 9 January 1914
Anonymous. A well-known author, on leaving his house one morning, forgot a let ter tnat he had intended to post. Dur ing the afternoon something recalled lt~to his "mind, and as it was of con Bideraole importance lie immediately hurried home. The letter was no-, where to be Hound, and he summoned the maid. "Have you seen it letter lying about?" _ ^ • Yes, c sir." "Where is it?" . "Posted, sir." "Posted! Why, there wasn't any name or address on tne envelope'" "I know there wasn't, sir; but 1 tnougkt it must oe in answer to one of. them anonymous letters you've been getting lately!" ... A tourist travelling in the western part of Ireland was trying to have some fun at the expense ot' a native of the country. "You have a very fine view from here, my friend,' saii . th9 tourist. "Ay," replied the native, 'ivc can eometimes see a long way." "Ah, I suppose, you can see A.meri ■ ca v-jjen it's clear.'" "Further than that," said the Irishman, without a smile. ' "What?" "Yes; if you will jus...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 9 January 1914
rwirwrgwa&MMHii t ■■^laacs'iW-'aPTarTBWMMMB—— IN MEMORIAM. AMER.—In loving memory of Cecil Amer, who died on the 11th January, 1909. &nbsp; No one knows how much we miss him ; Friends may think the wound is healed, But they little know the sorrow Deep within our hearts concealed. —Inserted by his loving parents, John and Lucy Amer, and brother Reggie.
TERRIBLE TRAGEDY ON RAILWAY LINE NEAR MURTOA. WOMAN KILLED. TWO CHILDREN FATALLY INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 January 1914
TERRIBLE TRAGDY ON RAILWAY LINE NEAR MURTOA. WOMAN KILLED. two children fatally INJURED. Yesterday we received a telephone message from Mnrtoa, stating that a terrible accident happened on the inter-State line c'^ut three miles from the town on Saturday night. A man names James Ferry, a fettler in the employ of the Railway Depart ment, visited Murtoa in the after noon in company with his wife and two children. Ferry and his family left the railway station on an ordi nary railway tricycle at about 10.30 p.m., to return to their home. When the party left the town a goods train engine, which was to proceed to Dimboola, was standing 011 the plat form line, but the Ferry's, it is thought, anticipated reaching their home, about three miles distant, be fore the enginoleft th-J piatform. It. appears, however, that neither Ferry nor his wife heard the engine, which in the meantime had left the station for Horsham, until it was almost on top of them. Ferry jumped clear, and quickly made a des...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 January 1914
PERSONAL Another of tho pioneers of the Dim boola district, in tho person of Mr Andrew Hunter, 72 years of age, eldest son of tho late Gsorgo and Isabella Hunter, passed away on 30th December. Tho deceased was a native of Alloa, Scot land, and came to Victoria 62 years ago, and for over 50 years resided in Hor sham. Many years ago deceasod was the victim of a blasting accident at tho quarries at McKonzie's Greek, which left him almost totally blind. A well-known and much respected resident of Stawell in the person of Mri Aloxander Ross died on Sunday week at tho age of 71 years. She arrived at Portland as a girl of 15, with her parents, and tho family took up resi dence at Branxholme, where she was married. Her husband and she resided in the "Wimmera for some years prior to settling at Stawell. She is survived by a grown-up family. Police Supt Morris, who after 40 years service has retired, will be suc ceeded at Stawell by Inspector P. J. Canty, at present officer in charge at Russe...
A STOOKMAN'S ENDURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 January 1914
A STOOKMAN'S ENDURANCE. "While watering horses on Boolcunda station, Quorn, Mr Simmons was kicked by one of the animals and his leg was broken, but, with the the assistance of a crowbar, he reached a hut a mile dis tant, where he secured some palings and rope, and roughly tied the leg to keep it from swinging. With the aid of a broom used as a crutch, Mr Simmons then tra velled two miles on the road towards a neighbor's, but collapsed before reach ing it. The locality is a lonely^ne, hut by good fortune a pastoralist happened to bo on the road. Ho brought the in jured man in to Dr Gibson, who set the leg, and the patient is cheerful after his experience. DENTISTBY. Mr Shanasy, dentist, will attend at | Kaniva on Wednesday, 2lst -January; Netherby, morning, 28th January, and Lorquon, afternoon, 28th January. Mr E. Rowe, of "N"hill, advertises in another column that he is offering a reward for information of a grey colt, branded W near shonlder, aged 2 years, which he lost some time a...
WHEAT CARTING. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 January 1914
WHEAT CARTING. The railway and mill yards pre sented a busy scene yesterday when 14 teams arrived with wheat. Cart ing is now in full swing throughout the West Wimmera. Mr F. F. Mailer, representing Messrs J. Darling and Son, at Salisbury, states that fine samples have been brought in by Messrs C. F, Dahlenburg, F. Walters, and G. Landers. Mr J. Collins' sam ple of Federation was 12 bushets overweight in 61 bags.
GENERAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 January 1914
GENERAL SESSIONS. The State legal calendar has bean issued in the Government Gazette," and the following are the sittings of the Court of General Sessions for 1914 :—Horsham, February 10. May 12, July 14, September 28, and De cember 15 ; Nhill, February 12, May 14. July 15, September 10, and No vember 12; Warracknabeal. March 10, May 19, July 17, September 15, and November 17.
BORUNG CONSTITUENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 January 1914
BORUNGr CONSTITUENCY, Mr Hagelthorn, Minister for Public WorkB, commented on some remarks mado by Mr M'Eaein a recent speech at Warracknabeal. The Minister said that it is difficult to reply to Mr M'Rae whan ho makes general state ments such as that in many respects the Government policy is practically against country interests. It has been mado abundantly clear by Mr Hutchinson and other members of the Government that the Liberal Party during the past four or five years has done more for country in terests than has ever been done by any previous Government. In re gard to railway extension, from £600,000 to £700,000 yearly was being spent for the development of the country districts. Practically all the railway extensions during the past five years have been in the country. The opening up of ports, particularly Portland, must be of dis tinct advantage to a very large num ber of farmers in the Borung elector ate. The opening up of Mallee coun try north of Warracknabeal could but have...
FARM COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 January 1914
FARM COMPETITIONS. AH farmers and ofchors interested in agriculture are requested to assemble at 8 p.m., on Saturday evening next, at Kozminsky'a Commercial Hotol, when the secretary of the local A. and P. Society will road the awards of the judge of the recent farm competitions, Mr A. E. V. Richardson, M.A., Superintendent of Agriculture.
WINIAM MAIL AND TELEPHONE REQUIREMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 January 1914
W1NIAM MAIL AND TELE PHONE REQUIREMENTS For some time past the mail ar rangements from Nhill to Winiam have proved inadequate owing to the | general increase of business and I the absence of telephonic com munication between the places named. However, a meeting ia ■advertised to take place at the Winiam State School on Friday next, 16th insfc., at 8.30 p.m., when both matters will be discussed, and it is to be hoped the Departmont will be induced to have two mails per week run between Nhill and Winiam, and a telephone line to the latter place constructed at an early date.
A SUCCESSFUL IMMIGRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 13 January 1914
A SUCCESSFUL IMMIGRANT. Two years ago a man loft London for Now South Wales, and was assisted by a friend in England to acquiro property in the north. During the two years ho has paid off the whole of the liability in connection with the purchase of the pro perty, and is now making a substantial profit. The result is that the friend in England has decided to leave at an early date to assist in tho working of the property, and will bring with him an ex port pig-breeder and butcher and dairy hand. Each of thoso men will omigrate with his family.