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VOLCANIC ERUPTION. Tokio, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 January 1914

V?OLCANIC ERUPTION. Tokio, Wednesday Night. The means of rescue at Sakurashimr. pro'ed altogether inadequato. Cioids" of fugitives on the beach weroeover talken by fire and laI'n, thboigh ladnh'hes plied hcroically amid a hail of bouldeis' and stones. One ship containing 307 refugee%, sank during the secobnd eruption. Many other people were drowned when trying to swim the Str.it. Tokio,.Th u rsday, The west side of thie volcano blewr out last night, voueiing fire furiously. and followed by another tidal wave,; which caused the sea to boil. The destruction of property by earthquakes continues.- H-orrible scenes have been enacted in the affected distriots; 1100 houses have been destroyed, and 70,000 people are mnissing. Latest advices state that S skurashi ma is shrouded in hlack smnoke, broken by an ocasihcal flicker of flames, The buy is covered with lava. There are no refugees from the three villages of Sakurashimn. Sumno fugitives lost their way in thie thidk smnoke, anr:d were nu...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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HAMILTON AND W.D. RIFLE UNION [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 January 1914

HAMILTON AND W.D. RIFLE UNION (From the Hamilton Spe tator.) The decision of a majority of clubs in the Hamilton and Western Dis trict Rifle Union to transfer the annuals competition matches from Hamilton to Portland is as inexp'icable as it was unexpectcd. From no point of aiew. excepting the partial view of those whose material interests lie in that direction, can the change he justified. Despite all that has been said to the contrary, Portland is in no way fitted to compare with Hamilton as at ceotre for the clubs which compose the union. What, then, is behind the movement to iffrct the chanae? Mr. Graham, the represent at ice of Digby, who moved the resolution in its farour, though dir claiming ill-will in the matter, almost exhausted himself in the flfort to furnish reasons why the centre of tihe union should l e changed. He com plained general y of thie conditions pre vailing in Hamilton last year, and went on to sty:-"One cou'd not imagine anything worse, According to the s'a...

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SWIMMING AND LIFE SAVING. THE TEACHERS' CAMP. THE SOCIAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 January 1914

SWIWINC AND LilFE SAVINGC. THE TEACHERS' CAMP. THE SO IAL SIDE. On Thursday the members of the t teachers' school of swimming were en- I tertained at afternoon tea -in the Bo eanic Gardens by the Mayor (Cr W. J. Williamson) and Mrs. Williamson. I Punctually at the appointed hour they I =marched to the gardens, paraded in mi'itary fashion anrc were formally re . ceived by the Mayor and the Mayoress. t after which they were dismissed, and t for a time engaged in tennis and cro- 1 queb. Besides the visiting teachers at numb r of the leading residents was t present, including Mr. H. J. M. Camp- a bell, M.L.A., who, at the invitation of 1 the Mayor, addressed a few words to I the assemblage. Hesaid he was glad to ] accept the hospitality of the Mayor and a •the Mayoress, and was also pleased to i join in welcoming Commandant Beau- I repaire and his squad to-Portland. The i teachers of Victoria were a- body of n0en and women of whom Victoria ought to be proud, and he was glad to say that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 January 1914

- UND. hold Bangle. Ow'ner eain have s ame by giving description, a oiay-v ng coot of advt. "Observer" office. .-O0R SAEI., cheap, Carhine Bicvhle, iii - splendid order. Apply II. Wiii-,,, -erey strret. ~iOR SALE, a 2-Itt. roiitri hbrid Sailing Eoat, with two complete setis of ail, £?.c. Apply_ ' Observrr' ollic,. IF you want a lHousehld ,r gotod Sol(t ator interview W. Ielner, local -gent for the Baltic Pan.sh Dairy Macinif -ry Co, ___.. U i' ls nluIv ai r Yeceived.Hiilpjtio tlhml HB e laV "'loiwer to be rona e tlo,ni of 4.i. to tItIII thailt believe in lis tlame. Who a, born nut of Iload, nor of tie will of the dishi, nor of the will of man; but of I Iii..-* -t, John, chap 1, v.12, 13. l)iouay Ilible. " A PUBLIC T'iliAL i " hill be given at Mr. .ii. Kerr '. of the .. Iron Ago Potato Digger Onl W EI)NESDAY: AFTERNSOON. Portland Distriot P.A. and H. Society J I)NDElIS, nddressCd t? ).. 11. i'd. - .M. IoaleLt,. secretary oflthu IPort 1ande Show, will be received ulto 7 p o. rn Friida...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 January 1914

W. HEMER-S . CORCHBUSILDER1 General Blac?smith,Wheelwright & Horseshoer . PEROY STREET, POoTLAND. ;•:; . . .. .. . - ·- ··. , II bog to,, tn?h~& hio onumrous vatrono for their liberal su ]port in tbe vo.. t, n,, t ify,,;+:"& ,, thr a ,eho t-,oitit,?' 'so..... t hti t wi,,, hi, int e n<.? t aim, .. la ti?: o a?oluae by do. uniformly good work. lwi- al.S ooi-haad Baggtes always on Hand. i-+.ounsnitthsng.Dono, an?d ,il. kinds of Agriultural Implemneht:Rpas :"red Careful attention given to the tyroing of wheels. Eatmateso giveni for all repairs, if required. Earso-Shooinlg Strictly .&ttondod. po. ggo f all d riptio Rpaird, aintd andrnewed. Plough Repaired Made Lightest draught. •Ed. ,SRET PO.T.N .+?~ ti,' c .: 4ln 3 .. ', . . .ol r l "oo i?++c w HOWELL ST'BLISHED 1878. dlasuosor to MIr D. Beat actilptor amnd .ionumenta OuCaver, * 2rtauld and f~smiuton. JOB PI NTTNG .&T MELBOURIE PRICES. GO o with; hoti;doi, o founder being the lew of;rl...

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LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 January 1914

:' LATESTE NEWS.--,,::- . Owing to the waterside ov?itimr:e strike, the Sydney men are idl. M?'Mr,: Hughes is tlouted. New Zealand made 362rtins in the crickelt. match agains ?dt laidel; lio who scored 284 for 5 wickets Sttcele.midom- 74, and Pellew not out 100.

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SHOW BOOTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 January 1914

SIoIw Boo;rns.-Tndli;ts ?ar:e incited by the P. iiid A..Sofi?t foi~ si ights of the fruit stlsl?isoiftfdisin st?il itandl hinibheo dl ioothli t thof:.fili tbfinuig 'how. 1'. !,ar ' : Ix'iiii ,siox: : l Sii i Sll: distiict rabbit inspector, has j:iust a forded landdwnelst in thisnhiglihboi hood practical pioof. or th eh:elicacy of thi aliple and st?.l insn mietholld of desti oy3 ing rabbits..i..l, Sp;ot closen for the dcmonstration wa tlihe Sandhills, n ear Mr.'Mallon's riesidenee, whiere rabbits have been priet:ty nunimcrius for. somne time past. For tlirce if?'s the iilbbits werel coax'ed with :uinticated aples, lIid dos (' in tile iesil in,10uid furrowss,kiid onitlofourl thd?3 tli baits (sniall pieices .6fapiple) dre.dusted visti? st;rychinine. Tli reisiults:iichieved 1i9d0 consiletL; N.t;: Inorningno fcwc v tiihni 150 iabbits weior foiund deitd in thlii t-lcs;el s iald dcubtless soi;y'liiD pe .isliid i tlhir bu~srows. 1 i: 'M StaflF finids thiit thebest "results :i'6 o?iatbild: o...

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

BYVibkD 10 DATL. Mcilafor the andermaationed offcu close at 'or iacd~as follow: * aihrtat ...ý~ tt t.(I. n}7i.tO~mt Oat a' - ~ Cs;,lattr ailýs . i. ! lr. Cclerare~ 7.td) t 't o 7.1 a m( aý ,. ICctdsir.. -..Isa F7.lesm 17.ti0 a.'C, Oa (Jam s~'e arlacch .. . a mj7Z Ercglirt. ,Wc ct-tiy Gorse ._ » ll'oanj- i9.t r m L C Bidgtwater - ga~m { - a I Ldcl SID 7~aul 0270 ' 7~i17.5bam,~~0 3lexiro ._ .17.100 i 7.Wam'It 7.W0am 1.0am l7.iiO ant .t ;+IltC~O .- i.5e am j7.(0sra7.(0amor.50sam~ft .ý.t McnD( Gambian 7 tO am j7 £0 aot ~CO em 7.50 aml,77 30 an 17 31 a I~n tnu7 COami 50 a~m N5r:awcag ... 9Fm 9im 102m north Portland_ . (Fee Cockatco F.). .-:c . ' ort yairy, direct :l9 F m 99 "gP°" ..i PILLAB tiLEABA (CEC-. Corner;Percy and Tyera Streets at 7.25 a&m Corner Perc3 and Jolla Streets at 7.30 alam Corter Gaswler and Palmer streets, 7.35 i.a. Sooth Portlsnd at 7.25 a510 * Letter Box i~s attached to the can of areryttrait guatered mails cad parcels elose f p s

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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

ALW (1!.C FAlLS The ciw postsl tote-, itcekding the penny p* ýlige en letter', c'rre in force or, Jlay lt. The riducto .ratta ate as f'llod: TBROUGHOUT COQMLiONWEALTH All) PA}LH'A. Letter id.pet iz. Lette aids ,singl. Id ear Du. rc ply ,ld. each half. PostcardEsrrglt .Id. each Do. riply, Id. etch half. Primted papers Old .ptr 2 Lz. Bot hs, piintii -t tt ti e At-ttlie. (' per 8;cz;. n Australia Old .per 8 cz. hMarazin es-Privti d iii Australia, Odd. per S -z; printed outside Australia, Old. per 4 oz. "Hansard," Old. pcr 32 rz. Commercial papers patterns, ssmples and merchatdtee, 3d. per 2 oz. OYERSEA DOhILN3O1S Letters fri m the Cra mi ttealih to the United Sii gdc ao. crerrra do minions, British colonies and prlaitctorate6 emeipt the lew Hebrides, 3d. per 4 z. DEW ZEALA\D AND T1EESLA\DS. The ra'cs to lew Zealt d, Figi and British Stilt on Iland: are: Let Id oz Po atds rtle 3d. D rep 3d.ta Le or iugl . d. Do reply .Id .each hal Magazioes Id. S < z., addittional 4 o Old. Bo...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. The olloning iaaolist of telephonestati and chargem: lame F 3mnina. Additional of)1own Conversation. 3mina. 'tirantbolme .9t 60 iByaduk Is 9d Cape Nelson 24 2d Carendish 1 904 *Casterton via Braniholme I 90d Casterton via Hamilton 1.4. la Coleraine is 4d s Condah 66 5d Crossle- Is 94 Dennington 1.s 94 Digby, cia Branxholme is 9d lionkeld la 9d Glenthempson is 44 la Hawkexdde, is 9d Hamilton Ia 90 VHeywood 2d 24 Kcntbrnck 64 5d Eirka:ali is 94 iioroit is 90 Lake Bola is 100 1 2d Mocarthnr Is 44 is :Merino, via Branoholn e is 9d Dietino, cno Hamilton Is 4d is Mount Gambier is 9d Moyne Falls ii 94 Mltamyn 60 51. Narrawong 2d 2d Nelson 94 66 Penal orst ls 94 Port Fairy Sd 64 Port McDonne 1s4d la Itipponbort. is t s Tyrendsrra 3d 3d Yambuk 6 50d Wallacedal Sd -6 Warrnambool Is 9d Wickliff le 104 is 2 Woolsthorpe is 94 Fee for messenger call, acy person died 1 io2hin one mtile-3d. 'Nnte.-Branaholme closes from p.m. to 4 F.m daily, aad on Wednesday -rom noon to 6...

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Our Cable Service London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

Oulr CýalI 8&vi[ (REUTER's TELEGRAMS.) London, Tuesday. Australia's first submarine has left Barrow for Poitsrnouth, with Lieut. Bssuint in command.. The second will be ready in a few weeks. London, Wednesday. Lord Stratheona, High Commission er for Canada, died late last night. lie had been ill for a considerable time, and his extreme age made it impossible for him to rally. Pretorina, Tuesday- night. A proclamation issued to-day do mobilises certain of the forces in Natal and on the Hand on Friday. Two hundred men signed on at Pretoria railway workshojis to-day, but the engineers and boiler makers arc still standing out firmly. London, Tuesday. The Oanard liner Lusitania, home ward bound from New York, encoun tered the brigantine Mayflower in a sinking condition. FirstiOflicer Alex= ander and a volunteer crew launched a lifeboat, but it was impossible to reach the vessel. They threw a line and belts, rescuing the crew through the raging sea.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

Sciatica 'ELIEF O:TAINED BY USINC cri. M1O.;E'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS AND COMSTOCK'S NERVE AND BONE LINIMENT. is "sic of the most dr,.ul. w-vnplaitnts that hmannu flesh is herr to. and thIre :0r1 many pIopio -ti i.n motuld :inoies trricei remred} ittr r. writ nirbout result. nh at on. , `Ir. 1'atrick Svadlly, Glaidton*: 5e Wnadrilc, ý.%., ihr found l'so tac-k s Nerv. and line Lnimt-nt an) ir. ?tor-'s India0 " Root I ills do jtea se other ritedly had dons far im. that is, they broug-t i-!ief fr.om tite pan ZTt" tas.sulrcring. .Mr. Scally i rite.: - (Considering the large aintont tf tiEorbsit I have derivedl I the- au, of yoiu:rttaitle imtcdieitis. it gitves m i-tat pleasure to let you hare this tea *0n(001 IIand you can .na0e any u a -r-a uisht of it. I liare been a sufterer ar a nunner of years with Sciatica, ise torturing . pain L. endured being mccmetim-es ahuost unbearable. The iat wis so great that I could not .rdeep at night, and had to be wlheelad taihot o:n a chair, being so bad ...

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Borough Council WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

Borough Counoil' WEnxEsDAY, JANUARY 21. PTesent-Thel Mayor (Cr. William son) and CI's. Woods, Hanlon, Smith, Wyatt, Miller and Davis. Corrnesroxnerce. From Public Health Department, reliating to pr3poseil class room at Methodist Church, and stating that question of additional egress space from the main building was one which could not be allowed to stand over indclinnite ly.-Referred to Hleth Committee. From Postmaster-General, acceding to request to put crossing leading into the postoflice in goodorder.-Received. Fromr T. E. C. Henry, hon. secty. IHenty Meinial Connmittee, asking co-operation of the Coundil, and stating that a selection of the site of proposed memorial .obelisk would be made on Friday evening at 715.-Request granted. From Rev. Father Cain, asking that bathing concessions at present enjoyed by thu scholars of the State school should be extended to the children of All Saints' school.-Granted, on the mhotion of Crs. Davis and Wood'. From- secretary. South Australian R...

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ORCHARD PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

ORCHARD TESTS. Mr. 1. H. D~atey i' s th' fo low in, ad' kit fir tevtLu ut if nrthar.I .perts:-Ftrr funous di-eas s" ipry. :trees with BIordeaux :uitture, using 'he # 40 formula, that e &0.l biun s nn", 4 bi bes- tihe and 40 is water,. Fr chewing insects sueh aC ct.d in nwth carerpitlat', u'e areenate of ir-ad lib to 2agis aat- r. Fur woul:y aphut. and sent in'e:ts us.- an oil .pray at th tine trees ar Ii" mant at siuerog'Ih of l it ired oil to 15g is of act, r. If ueitg on dersnabt leach trees. It is I esto us.' at stre. ot-i hg-l oil to 20;iale water. A. a tote-ac spray fur aphides during the sumana r, he advised the use of the fratlou ie formut'a--11 5. ill; 1lh to. Laecn, I n 'oft soip to 4 iery Sea's water. Di-solee soap by htl.ng, but -ateer loil tubacco Tisis this up in a bag and a"ow it. ti, soak in cask if cater days or weeks t efou- u-ine. so as to obtain all its stirngth. A lnod am ter *pray, he lentitted. was the lime at'phur wish-Su'phur 10 hb, time` 15 bs, aaa'e...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

CRICKET. Yesterday, in the Hurd street. Re serve, the Portlaind teem tried their strength once again against the Chris tian Brothers. After a very iiiterest ing-game the match Iesultrd in a diraw, the scores being-Portland 5 for 153 and Christian Brothers 5 for 112; The principal scorers for Portland were Quinhvan 94 and A. E. Jones 40. The; most successful scorers for the Brothers were Joyce (40) not out, Hennesy, Whiting and Finies. Fol lowing are the scores- POSTLA\UD. I .Quinbivan, caught, hbO.Dwyer 94 P Kennedy b Joyce ... . : 0 B Walteis, b Joyce . A E Jones cý .bO.Dwyei . `40 H Dusting not out .:. 3 J) O'Coiinoi, b O Dayer 0 SunhL es ?. 11 ris e fot . 153 Guirisri Buornbis Hennesye e b Jones;. . 21 McSacen3 c, b O'Connor 7 Joy ce, not out . 4) De er, iba b Jones 0 Fines, b Qunlivan 23 Sundries is 2 Fic for . 112

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CROQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

CROQUET. A croquet ma'ch was arranged be tween the Hamilton Croquet Club and the Portland Croquet Club last Satur day afternoon, on the lattei'u lawns, which are beautifully situated in the Purtland Botanical Gardens. The day was an ideal one for outdoor sport amd a very large crowd assembled to witness the games. Xdesdamc a. William*, Dimnond, Henry and Miss Henry re presented the Portland club, and Mesdames Laidlaw, Kelsall, Shannon and Miss Rippon, the Hamilton club. Some very interesting games took place and Hamilton won by three games, the fourth one being unffnished. The players and visitors were most hospit ably entertained at afternoon tea by the members of the local club, and all agreed that they had had a very erj ýy able day. The Hamilton Croquet Club, look forward to a return mtatch on own greene from the Portland Croquet Club, at some future elate not far off.

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CHRISTIAN BROS. v. TEACHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

CiniSTIAN BEos. V: TEACHERS. Last Monday the Christian Brothers played the the teachers in camp, the Brothers winning easily. Scores Teachers, 8 wickets for 143. Brothers 5 wickets for 153. Brother Joyce played a great innings for 77 and re tired. The ,bowlers were beaten, as he scored all round the wicket.

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NELSON. January 17th. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

NELSON. January 17th. Harvesting operations are about over with us and the hay yield is quite up to the average, and perhaps a little bit over.-Wattle bark, which used to occupy a good deal of attention appears to be a thing of the past, being almost unsaleable, except in Portland, to which market all taken off this year will find its way. hut instead of 500 tons going away as usual it will only be about 50 tons this year, and then the price is low.-Fishing here is only lair: No big hauls have been made. The best fishing is obtained upstream, where the fish at present seem to be and where good fishing is looked for ward to from now on; but that is not to say there is no fishin4 obtainable at the mouth or near it. Two spors tried the mouth one night during the week for three hours, . and on returning to Donovan's, disappointed, thought they would try their luck their, and landed nine nice brim inside of an hour.- Our sports on the 26th inst, will be an attraction, and eliould take th...

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Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

Market Report. The Australian Land, Mercantile and Finance Company report After an interval of four scoks the second series of sales was opened in Melbourne on, Monday last. We oflerczc our first catalogue on Tuesday, when we brought forward an attrac tive catalogue of 4029 bales. The feature of to- day's catalogue was the inclusion of two large clips. from N.S.W. Queesland, Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania were well represented. The attendance of buyers was again a very large one, and competition was. keen and general throughout the sale. Fine wools commanded most attention, prices for these descriptions being very firm, and ruling in sellers' favor. Other Merino wool showed no change from December rates, Medium and coarse crossbreds may be quoted a shade shearer, but fine crossbreds and comebacks showed no change, with strong competition. Lambs' wool when short or faulty met with only fair competition, but when of good length and free so!d at just about Da cember parity. Mer...

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HOME RULE. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

HOME RULE. London, Tuesday. The Marquis of Londonderry, speak ir.g at an anti-Fome Rule demonstra tion in Belfast, said there was little hope of the electors being consulted on the Home Rule question.' They had 100,000 men drilled. If these were shot down by British soldiers the whole Empire would thrill with horror. Mr. Hendereon, Labor. member for Barnard Castle, stated that Laborites weuld have voted for Home Rule who ever brought it in.

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