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LORQUON NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 24 February 1914

LORQUON NEWS. A correspondent writesThe Lor quon racehorap, V*>n Error, owned by our InonI s-'ort, Ur T- M 'P'iee, won the Trial Stakes at t.hp Warrackna beal races in good pt.yle on Thursday last.—Working h^es have recently been 'held in the Lorquon sport9 ground to out it in order for the sports which are to take place to morrow, 25th inst. Good entries have been received for. the events, and numerous entries are expected for the events which are to be entered for on the ground. Local axemen arn practising hard for the coming wood-chopoing contest, notwith standing the hot wealher we are experiencing. Messrs Bongiorno and Oo. were the successful tenderers for the fruit booth. The Jeparit. Brass B-snd have been engaged for the occasion and fcheDimboola Swimming Club have kindly postponed their carnival which was to have been held to-morrow. No doubt the special train from there will be well patronised. Mr Rodgers M.P. has signified his intention of being present at Lorquon on sp...

Publication Title: Nhill Free Press
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NETHERBY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 24 February 1914

NETHERBY SPORTS. The sports mppting at Netherby, in aid of fch« Natherby \fechanios' Insti tute, which takes place on Welnes-i day, i8th March, is an event that! is always looked forward to with interest. The prizes offered for the pedestrian events are of a substantial character, and in years past have been the mrans of attracting runners , from n^ar and far. This year nro mises to eclipse all previous efforts. Mr H. G. Thomson, secretary, wishes us toinHma'e t^at nominations close for th» Sheffi^H Handicap, Hurdle Rice, 440 yards Handicap, and Half Mile on or before Tuesday, 3rd March.

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W. BALDWINSON'S CLEARING SALE [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 24 February 1914

W. BALDWINSON'S CLEARING SALE Messrs Young Bros wish to notify that Mr W. B;ildwinson's clearing sale, advertised to be held ac the Netherby sale yards, will now be held at Mr Baldwinson's homestead between Yanac North and Netberby.

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RAINBOW HOSPITAL SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 24 February 1914

RAINBOW HOSPITAL SUNDA.Y. The Rainbow annual Hospital Sun day demonstration was held on Sun day. and was an immense succpss. In the afternoon a Urge gathering as' sembled at the tennis court ground, where an enjoyable programme of sacred music was discoursed hy the Jeparit brass band. The chair was occupied by Mr Phil Ryan, president of the local committee, who cave an interesting address, while Mr 0. H. Towns, secretary of the Nhill Hospi tal. in the course of a lengthy ad dress referred to the admirable work being done by Dr Ryan and the nursing staff, and pointed out that during the year 91 operations had been performed, and all were success ful. This announcement brought forth rounds of applause. The sec retary of the local committee, Mr &. Riby, apologised for thi unavoidable absence of Mr 0. H. Douglas, president of the institution, and Messrs John ! Young and G. C. Palmer, members of i the committee of management, Mr F. D. Young briefly referred to the excellent wo-k ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 24 February 1914

AUCTIONEERS 5toekand Station Agents, Land. Finance and ^•Jinmlssiou Agent HOUSIIAli XHILL, and HASIILTOX. Branch Offices at—Mirr-ip, liupanyup, Warracknabea), Dimboola, Casterton, & Kaniva AUCTION SALES OF HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEP, ETC Held as under Horsham, Hamilton, Nhill. Miiiyip. Rupanyup, Goroke, Kaniva, Dimboo a, Dunkeld, Casterton, Cavandi=h, Balmoral, and Strath downie. r Ageuts for— Dennys. Lascelles, Austin, and Co. The Ballarat Trustees, Executors, and Agency Oy. Ltd. The Ballarat Banking Company, Ltd. The Australian Livo Stock Insurance Coy. Ltd. The Victoria Fire Insurance Coy The Crossly Gas and Oil Engines Cooper's i-hetn Dip SUMMARY OF CLEAR ING SALES, ETC. TUESDAY, 24th February: Collins Bros, (conjunction Ryan and Bond) February 27. Is bill Special Sheep Sale MONDAY, 2nd March : W. Baldwin son on the farm on North Yanac Road to Netherby Tuesday, March 3, John Sanders clearing sale, Rainbow. March 7, Special Horse Sale Tuesday, 10 th Mabch, J. T. Saunders, Leeo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 24 February 1914

If you desire to get Full ¥alue for your Money go right away and open an account with ^ —AT — The White House, NHILL. From tlxis establishment you will receive the BEST IrOODS at YOUR REQUIREMENTS will be attended to PROMPTLY and COURTEOUSLY, and you will CON GRATULATE YOURSELVES on having found a p'ace of business that attends SO - STRICTLY even to your MOST TRIVIAL WANTS. Drapery Millinery Boots Shoes Wines Ales Spirits Cordials Aerated Waters Teetotal Drinks Groceries Ironmongery GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER. We shaH do our best to PLEASE YOU. If we SUCCEED, tsll others; if we PAIL, tell us. Victoria Street, Nhill, Victoria Street, NHILL. A.. FETTLING. £ Watchmaker and Jeweller, Assortment of Beautiful Engagement and Wedding Rings ranging in prices—15s to 10 guineas. SPLENDID VARIETY OF GOLD AND SILVER BROOCHES. Gold Smooches from 5s upwards. Dainty Electroplate Ware suitabla for Wedding Presents. Good Supply of SPECTACLES—all sights and all prices. SIGRT TRINKETS AWD WATCHES. REPAIRS A...

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"NO BOOTH" PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 24 February 1914

"NO BOOTH" PETITION. On Thursday night the committee of the Horsham Hospital Carnival finally disposed of the " No booth " petition. Out of about 1400 signa tures it was found only 17 contributed to the support of the hospital last j year. The executive decided that the petition " be rec^ivei."

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NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 24 February 1914

NEW INSOLVENT. Heinrich Gottfried Pahl, of Mur rayville, farmer. Causes of insol vency—total failure of crops 1913-14. Debts—£757 17s Od : as*ets-£l45 ; deficipncy-£3 17s 01, T. W. Durant, official assignee, Nhill.

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LORQUON SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 24 February 1914

LORQUOtf SPORTS. The above sports take place to morrow, and judging by the splendid entries, should be the means of at tracting a large attendance. Visitors from Nhill can journey to Dimboola by the morning train, which connects with the Jpparit train at 11.20. Ar riving at Jpparit, a sp»ci-l train will convy passpngprs to I/irq'inn at 12.15. The return journ^v will com mence from Lorquon at 10 40 and ar rive 'it. Dimbnol < in time toembirk on the Adelaide express. Holiday ex cursion fares will he charged.

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MONSTER LIBERAL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 24 February 1914

monster liberal picnic. A meeting of delegates from the Gor- j ang, Glenlee, and Lorquon branches of the People's Party was hold at Mr Arch Mcintosh's residence,iNi Ni East, on the 18th inst. There were present Messrs A. R. Tune and 0. Day, (Lorquon); Mr Geo Haines (Gerang); and Messrs E J. McCabe, A. Mcintosh, and Paul Deutscher (Glenlee). Mr E. J. McCabe acted as chairman and Mr Paul Deutscher as secretary. Apologies were put in from several delegates who were unable to attend for various reasons. DeBDite the oppr«ssive weather, the meet ing was most enthusiastic, the business being the arrangement of details in con nection with the forthcoming combined picnic. It was unanimously resolved that Mr John Young, of Nhill, should be invited to act as chairman on the occas ion. The site for the picnic was fixed near the Glenlee State School, on the motion of Messrs Haines and Tune. Messrs McCabe and Haines were auth orized to interview the owners of motor oars in Nhill with the object o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 24 February 1914

Shii'G of Lowan. NOTICE. The office will be open everyday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. except on Wednesdays, when the hours will be from 10 to 12 noon. Correspondence and accounts must be in the hands of the Secretary not later than 10 a.m. on Tuesday preceding each council meeting. Council meetings are held on Friday preceding full moon at 11 a.m. a. fisher magill, C.e., Shire Secretary. Shire Hail Nhill, j. u. 6, 1913. THE - Up-to-date Fruit Palace. U- &. A- DAY Wish to notify that they can supply vou with SVI ARC HA NT'S Celebrated City Drinks. ABk for dn'nks as follows:—Ice Cream Soda, Lime Juice and Soda, Soda, Lemonade, Ginger Beer, Hop Beer. Also on hand— £5TDay's Famous Lemon Squash and Durham's Cordials. RING UP 'PHONE No. 40, Nhill. and orders will be delivered by the town or country vaDS. THE VERY CHOICESTDF ALL FRUITS Agents for and in stock Downer's Well-known Cordials Swallow and Ariell's Biscuits Durham's (Nhill; and Merchant's (Melbourne) Famous Soft Drinks Geo. Fa...

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MALLEE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 24 February 1914

MALLEE LAND. Last week'* issue of the " Govern ment Gazette'' contains particulars of mallee country in the parishes of Burra and Coonimur, which is being made avaiUble for application. There will be 40 lot.s in all, and the total area represented will be nearlv 29,000 acres of first, second, and third class land. This is situated to the north west of Swan Hill, and adjoining the land already dealt with in the parish es of Plancil and Plangil West. The l md will be open on the 28th March next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 24 February 1914

Mr Isaac Abelson, of 9 Torrens St., Adelaide, advertises in another column that he is the sole represen tative in Australia for Dr Price's cele brated herbal cure for rheumatics. Personal attendance and local re ferences given, ' See advt,

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SCARCITY OF TRUCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 24 February 1914

SCARCITY OF TRUCKS. The scarcity of trucks caused by the partial congestion at the sea board, due to the refusal of the wharf laborers to work overtime, con tinues to impede the wheat traffic. Grain stacks, therefore, are assuming extensive proportions, and in the North-Western district 1,546,612 bags of wheat await transportation. Since the beginning of the season 855.431 bags have been loaded and despatch ed. The principal stacks are at the following stations Minyip, 145,576 bags; Jung, 76,000: Sheep Hill*, 66,595; Marnoo", 65,149 ; Wail, 55,170; Brim, 47,500; Rainbow. 48.000: Miram, 46.240; Diapur. 45.000; Kanwa, 44.000; Coromby. 43.560; Dooen, 32.000; l.ubeck, 39.79o; Gorans, 38,000: Dimboola, 36,600; Hopetoun, 34,000; Tarranyurk. 38,000.

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METHODIST CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 24 February 1914

METHODIST CONFERENCE.:'" I The stHtionine commute of th<* Methodist Conference concluded the first reading on Friday.' The follow ing is part of the first reading:—D. M'llroy, Rainbow to Northcote; Geo. A. Judkins, Horsham to Neil Street, Bnllftrat; W. Rule Jones, Murtoa to MaldoH; J R Thomas, Birchip to Newstead; Herbert Williams, Mil dura to Avoca; Jas Currip, WVrribee to St. Arnaud; H K«ck, Newstead to Mildura; A VMlard, St. Arnaud ^to J McKenzie Street, Bendigo; CHaS Angwin, Avoca to Eaglehawk ; W It Featonby, Beeac to Pyramid Hill; Hector M'Craw, Mildura to Sea L^ke; R B M'Conchie, Jeparit to . Tatura; F J Jolly, Echuca to Korrum burra; F Delbridge, to Horsham ; W Allen, Kaniva to Murtoa; R Wil liams, Middle Park to Kaniva; N R Greenwood, Kingston to Jeparit; V W Trigge, North Richmond to Goroke; R Fucb, Tatura to Rainbow; John Parker, Goroke to Hopetoun.

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COMMERCIAL "Free Press" Office [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 24 February 1914

COMMERCIAL " Free Prt-ss " Offlw Rutter (dairv) 7a Eggs, 9id per dozen. Flour, 14/6 per bag New Potatoes 8/0 per owl. Bran, 1/2 Pollard. Is 2d Cheese. lOd per lb Hay, £3 10/ per ton

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SHEEP DIPPING ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 24 February 1914

SHEEP DIPPING ACT. Tht Departmental inspector states that sheep owners who fail to comply with the act will be fined £20. A fine of £5 will he imposed if the returns are not sent in at once.

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SHIRE VALUATIONS OPPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 24 February 1914

SHIRE VALUATIONS OPPOSED. I No fewer than 48 appeals were made against theBorung Shire valua tions. Eighteen have been dealt with. T e ShirP valuation was up held in many cases and reduced in others. PRICE OF WHEAT. Our Melbourne correspondent wired yesterday as follows: —After a slight re action in England, and a pause locally Saturday, the wheat market ia firm in tone to-day. Private cable advices res Dori another small advance in Liverpool Futures after Saturday's slight reaction. Options closed as follow:—March lli\ a cental, an advance of 5-^d ; May, 7/8% ; an advance of %d} July, 7/3 J. an ad vance of One cable advice reports a firm market, with a good demand from the Continent. Another reports the market firm, with a t»ood demand for Aus tralian cargoes. Locally the market may be quoted to-day at 8/9J- for prompt delivery, 3/9J for March, and 8/lOi for April-May-.Tune. The price of wheat at the Nhill mills yesterday was 3/4i, oats, 1/44.

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The Nhill Free Press WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE "NHILL MAIL." TUESDAY, 24TH FEBRUARY News and Notes "LEST WE FORGET." [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 24 February 1914

Whs Shill free Press With which is Inookpokatbd ths " Nhill Mail." TUESDAY. 24TH FEBRUARY ]|cuts ami liojts "LEST WE FORGET." Our annual fete and bazaar held each year to raise funds for the Nbill Hospital is fast approaching, but there appears to bo a lack of interest in the movement up-to-date. The last two meetings have only been at tenden by a few, which is anything but encouraging. Of course, the weather of late has been exception ally hot, and this may have deterred many from being present; but as the fixture takes place on April lat, it behoves the helpers to rally together and form the various committes | which are most essential to the car rying out with any degree of success this most important function, which materially helps to relieve the sufferings of those who are un fortunate enough to be stricken down with illness. On Thursday evening next in the Shire Hall at 8 p.m. everybody is specially invited to be present and help to make the 1914 Hospital Fete and Bazaar a re...

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NHILL TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS [Newspaper Article] — Nhill Free Press — 24 February 1914

NHILL TELEPHONE SUB SCRIBERS ? Cut this out at ont'o :in«l paste it on bTio"!; of cardboard and h:iug it boside you telephone 1 "Young Bros. 2 Noske Bros, 3 A and J Mcintosh ,4 J L Barnes 5 J J Mc'igber, not in use 0 ''Fret; Press" Office 7 Kozininsky's Hotel S Ryan and Bond 9 Dr Ryan 10 Manfitld and Murphy 11 Goldsworthy, Coles, and Co 12 Trumblc and Palmer 13 Hagelthorn aud Bolton 14 Stedmnn, Proudfoot, and'Douglas 16 T W Durant 10 .Shire Hall 17 Broad bent Bros. 18 Dr Shanasy 19 C H Towns 20 Brent and Co. 21 Rintoule's Hotel 22 Police Station • 23 Mrs O'&iUaghan 24 Kemp's Hotel 25 J 0 Macdonald 26 J Shannsy 27 James Brown 2S Railway Station 30 M E Kain 31 ltodda and Patersou 32 J Darling and Son 33 A Bongtorno 34 Henderson and McDrath 35 Father Jones 30 J A Anderson 37 Hicks & Co 38 J Scott 39 E C Davis 40 J and A Day 41 C Fritech

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