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HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 July 1914

IOSPI?TAL ?AhNAGEMEN'. (To the Editor.) zir,..Whatl is bthe matter with our Sca bh pitl ?, is a question which ia rt'r ers are no, asking, and tile aa is the street willtell you that Mr. isohh can g isyou answer. and al -, ,hhe is poyin- a lone hand on the COboobittes of tnanargement he has the pbli at 1his back. The way the con foit e have treated the matron seems, To the reports in the local press, to e ery one.sided. Friction Ihas. evi Y . occurred in the hospita' between -tu?tron and the housekeeper. The itter tlhen wrote to the committee, and sidenatiy the matron, on the repre e.d lorhotone side only, was asked to fai her resignation Is this British P lray la \Vib the lsatimonias and ertviaetfs which the nmatron holds, it S evidentl gross iosult his been put Upon h•o. If she 'had been the only Oohtr fhl out with the housekeeper d er.el y have been some reason in ai -ig i such a drastic manher, but s".? tbe inst;tuiion was changed from tle SU toea hospital what has been baoht'pe...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Football. Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 July 1914

'Football, · Fo~llowrinlg aie tlio· i~csults of to day~ a rna~tcliua- ··''-: Canl~tonl 9.4; Fit'ioy 4 i;15 Clcelonr ' ~1 3.12, Rwhllnortln(I ~i 'r~ : E',aoriclolr 14. lo, Melourllne.i~~ 6 G)Iliuig~voodl 10.13, lnUlrbuty ,it).3;6*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 July 1914

Rheumatism. DIENDIGO LADY'S RECOVERY. "Nile ycars agl I was a gre:ai s:: r""er from Ihlielun:l ti-I;, tiringt i l1ii io" thu'to wea:.l," wrilite MIs. I ii,: - Siils lilt!,. ?~~~at Yll::*; 11 iti eir it"r ¢ i':- if.". ,'? i r;,,,,,. a / ,to. I hat I. riod ItI las iad .InTd ,, hintgtVr! tIo hobble ;llltl wl lh the.? a; dt anc:-.{ll e of at wa kin{lg stitch, wiet;i ilt h le t- my Itnit . Tii . effctc o. )<l. Alarse's II:Ld .i I o.01 I'lli .1,ni ; I sitrvi!ri lllSf illid Ily sitioVti;'y wln ut r:apiid,. I ol.ly tsi. ial lstii I l ol:si M |ii. anti b e:limr sl; ,f mli. mollre, reslor'ld tol i;,rforl t , aliit . I n i1 ii i wallil o f i lf l yi , vii or. lu. hatri nd ir liya r livr, it I eii' I lii J013 PflINTING S.i;LI ol JI{Ni:Jl $1 I. PRI CFi A . IIr" ll yoIur reinclldyo My~l', hll:hund~l niso hals Il lh inL ihrt for ri, of Iultntardle anid 1{ idln y "l'r tiblhl." it i. 1 iri' indi a li i i ls irott. l. tirue iw alli veprrh. lrvi h l i Ae'i t fl o f tl i r yPtrily nl. lr ltr...

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CORRESPONDENCE It is to be distinctly understood that we in no way identify ourselves with the opinion expressed by our correspondents. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 July 1914

CURRESPONDENCE It 1s to be dis?~i?tly Lutderstorni.6l,l tlu, ' ,o tnyl i'deniy ourselves with theopinio, exnressed by our c'rrespondets. ;*' * :To tlhe Elditor. : Sir;-The Federral .Constitution 1~~f-'" failed thlrough t wdi utises---oabecrm1 , defe"tse in the OCn'stitOtionr A8eC and thw flctious spirit of a section of ouri.rpro;. sentatives in Piirliaiient. Tlhe doubhl dissolution ?hiich theo Libera!s strov', for has been graunted, ind the task of bringing ho 'li o Huses into record hos beeii. iegltted to lthe electoro. Not. witihslundin !the legail ophistry of tile' o' AttoirnPy i'heCa] :,nld the co'rse criticim.nin hy"he.;ritu;.k aind fi e (of thl ' Labor party, I is ExcoIlency, in gs.R ni ing lthe doubl' dissoliiidn: to the .1in.r ietenr: who had' thi; :cdnfidenco of the House of 1oprresrntativer , acted s'rictly in accordaunce wit-h cjiititutional ,. ,,ueu ::.'l''l utlidirig;uitin iof both parties grively itofoim ..us:lhat wo are now cialled upon to deal; with inomenetous iasue...

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Statement of Receipts and Expenditure for Year ended 30th June, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 July 1914

Statement of Receipts and Expenditure for Year ended 301th June, 1914. RECEII.PTS. EXPENI)TURIE. To Idlance :80-0-13: .... ... . ... i £10. 1 7 41. \Ir? .vE..c- ?ilnnicial Gorans ... ... ... ( 7 y P visins Contributions and )Donations ... .... 83 5 8 M7 a " . .. ... ... £t4 i 1 In-Patients' Feec s . . ... 14 i lish ... ... .... I L PiroccldsofCarnival .,othor En lortatininenlts 2 ::14 I \ilk ... ... .. I :1 4 ]tefund b)y PortlUindl Stores ... . ... . 1 l ad ind l' ... ... II 15 7 - Hire of Morgue - ... ... . 0 ceri?- ... ... ... 87 12 10) \Vines-, etc. ... ... 4 I . ... ... :1 1 11 Sou . "£158 0 SIliiiIii'R +l lI \ I "i NN b - By 'I)ugs,., Chemici als, utd: ... 5 18 8 tiinirments and A liliinces ... 2 18 3 ___ 8 ___ 1 Wo ewriu "Iy Buddiig ani Drapory ... ) 11 ] ". i +.En anl rd Lighting .. ... o.. :) t): SSiidrius ... ; 11 ; . i 1") 7 1ST.iiLi51IMEl~t ~ sI Cii ir::RS· Esult an mrr lbl:E B. yS ti y ... .: . .. 2 l 0 i' aly Ri tic s ... ... .5 8 8 S' Telelhne ... ... 2 18 1 .. ]n)sura...

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CORRESPONDENCE It is to be distinctly understood that we in no way identifyourselves with the opinion expressed by our correspondents. A WATER SUPPLY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 July 1914

SO7AYSPOD NONCE It ,to be tisoti't4J randeratood tlfaust ee I, 1btl. :,djfyotrselves with theopinion, carc "d bit our rrespondets. A WATER SUPPLY. To the Editor. Some of tlhe readers "of the let ,the name of Councillor Woods S thout thinking attach someim S -a to it by reason of his beine a porsrce 1 should like to let thle cJukcil o sow e of the facts relating i: attero, touchbd upon in the let to Councillor Woods states hee cote ieas that the expense incurred in 'i:aininog reports aR.d analyses of water ,tO been a blind to keep ratepayere "le "I need not comment on a coun 1io o cking such an unfounded charge i c0aou?emptible conduct against his fel e.CR ncillors, In such a workC, in '?5g probably twenty thoussald yoaod, it Surely bohoves us to maoke lhtosaive inquiries and get the best aidle avice, We obtained the ser P- of an acknowsedged expert in ater schemes, and took him to what ire thought tho available sources of plY s namnely, the aRtesian water, the I ,oash, Mlount Clay a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 July 1914

1 (OST, in Portlarnl, nicliel-plalted motor - tail LAMP. Iewaril. Finder kindly I-tutrn to Dr. Sleneman.I. _ OST- St<outl ibiltl ay p .ny ninale,ah ut , L liii] andsl, clipped inane lieward for information leaping lo recovery. Fredl D)oyle, Cape Bridgewater. Rd TI FICIALFlowhr,, :riidal \vicathl ty c., imadc by Mrs. A. VI. "lleiugle 10ol. I )rders left nt Mii.s l .ealdiliii'.e, rnitercr, Percy strcet. ~ TANTEI , for Chlristiani ]Irithrllr, nice -L hoiie, willi (i or 7 leidroomi, iliii ing Xtiiei iliday. F. Mairshalill & Ci., Jientinck street. .: : _ - C:(;OD BAKElRS. ln'iirovi wiaitinlg ~ 1[ eng egment. Apply " C hulhiti ," 'Vallacedule. . ' : stltR STAL -- Secoindl-hand l: iieler,ci "l nearly neilw. Appily W. Siniit. Fd i m ll Coll u i'Panliec; *' ; .:'*:'.' ::: : . : IF you winntil alIoUe liold' or gi . "Si. rator iiitericeW W". ilemii'e, local S-en for the lhltic 1'iiisDl)alyii'y.i3ichl e.y Co, __ . Social. \WI-1E uIsilm fortnightly .Social awill tIL 1 h:1l in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 July 1914

W. HEMERS. COACHBUILDER, General Blacksmtth, Wheelwright & Horseshoer PEROY STREET, POoTLAND. ii. .;,?-otbo. his numerous patronu for their liberal enuportln the • l ? t;n " tify.? " . ... l ' rA? ou iti',ilv a ljrt c it will his ocant aim ohcir eonqfi?'n by do. uniformly good work. Nw:v uI Scond-hanid'B1ggles always on HaId. , unemithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repaired Careful attention g[len to the tyreing of wheels. Estimates given for all repairs, if required. .aorso-Shooing Striotly Ateonded tO. l'.ggio of all limriptiono R~-pired,l ainted and renewed. plough Repaired Made Lightest draught. So Simpleen £55 trung, They Cannot go Wrong. gfospylttry Is n great thing in a iachine mofl,-rpesclally wrhen you lie in the country ansd ihare ti6 it yourself. WARD BSROS. Mlchione hose fewer ports than s.r o.her--nothInO to get out of orderr. rout?shenaper thao others e pay freight to your stationle guarantee every mchirle--and let ou harie it on easy teorms...

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MELBOURNE TO SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 July 1914

nla.nolt:lf To Sm Evlt,.-O uOur· l Ihourne cOiTrescsinOlent wh1(1s-" Gul-l nllnx, the nhIlrlanll, revI,c ite gleat r0 c?.eitilnl o1n his allirrival n Sydney. Hle travelled ovi·lr 100 niles ain hour el tween lhirdcn and CGoitbnrn, lei.ing s1even tllins beIlhind." [I r.i.u:A.v, K l.1.Isr10: Ooooss.us.--At the Hleywonid police Court on 'lThurs day, b10,' hIi'. EI. E. W\illiams, P.M1., W\i11iam ]Hugh Johnson and Edward John I)owling,1 two Iresidenlts of the I)11r(1moo district, were cihrgedl withll wilfillv killed 1n1tive gmne ou01 of seCl sui, and on ar second count wit~h hurving the 51skins of 11otected gaCI ell in tllheir' Cposession SIIlIerniltendenI1 t 5Knox pro s.ecuted, nud Mir'. JF. \V. Abbott, of Cust,:rtn, defiruled the necessd. The uvidenI'e of Constablells l'Llenn and \Waugh wa1is to the ctll:ct that- the1y hlald 'visited the re1sidenc1 of the aien-sed alit N'rlih ]Dartmoor, nnd fiuhd 530 ring 1tailopossum1 slins. Thle ldefclldantllt Johnvsoln was prese:t, and claimed 100 of...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 July 1914

B ~lI DIED. n A lulj~tufoi'l, E~llco i~fizin, loc~c wife, of Cl~milus ·)lsdiv inl, i Oilito ~ ,Jloiy, ~ll'eli" Nellie; :3,111 siotel·[of Nra. ihrlley,· Ililli aid~r. Samuerll and~t ·Arthur 1eI,:cicl~olecl , oF t'o·I~lluid; Nlra M\illel·rlt aud I·I. II. JjlieuleluuJV; lC, of JlueehJIIa Marsh.jl M~O~SI)AY, ,IUL;Y 20, 1hJ14

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 July 1914

Pestal Animpartrzte bikVit.LD '10 DJATh. M tlelsorthe undermantlned offices oolte at aurtlandtas follow: g- I 7 0 "' lrarat ad . Adelaide 7.50 a 7.00,am 7.00 am 7.00 am 1(( am laurat .... * 7.50 am 7.60 am 7.50 am 7.10 a mn 7. I Ic-tree .. ... 9pm 9pm l I i. . lOrasuxlolme - 7.0 am 7.50 a. m7750 am 7 .0 7. ..... asterton ... - 7..0 am 7.560 am 7.0 a I .0 am 7.,1t a Cape BriIdgewater - 9 a m 9 , Cale helson .. Cockatoo Valley "'" I .0 r - . em (NortL Poartad) 50 a / .0 m Codringtoia - 9 m 9 pm l ,m m n Coleraiue ... - 7.60am 70am 7, 7.500 a 7. 50 m 7.U7.a0 m 7.00 am Condah ... -* 7.0 am 7.Oa60am 7.50 am 7,50 am 7.60 am ? Dartmoir .. 7.50 am 7.0 r' ,m Dror.Drik Drik .. - 7.60am I . . . 7CO~m ' English MailWedreo 70 days, 7.91 nm.* Gorso .- .. .0 aml 500a I. Hmilton ... - 1.60 am 7.0 am 7.50 am 7.50a mi 0 ,O a t 70 LL IIywoo' .. . 7.60 adm 7.00am 7.50 am 7.L0lam 1.t0 ami a " . le.aabraok... ... 7.50 am 7.50 asn. hLC Bridgewater 9 am . 9 am Lyons .. ... 7.0 a : 7.CG am Mlbourn. 7 560 am...

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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 July 1914

HLW OSTAC RATESS The new postal rales, including the penny postage on letters, came in force on May 1st. The reduced ;ratee are as follow:- THROUGHOUT COMMrONWEALTH AND PA-UP'A. Letter Id .pei . Lette nrds,sinr gl ,ld crc Do. reply ,d.eilch half. I'oelcards,sngle ,ld. each Do. r eply, Id. eeah half. PrintId papers n ld .per 2 oz. Bookle, peti ie ('- t uDic'(I AI) el i) , tJ? per 8:oz;. n Aultralia Oid .per 8 oa. MsaHetnete-VPrilited idn Auslralia, Old. per 8 oz.; printed outside Auntralia, O0d. per 4 oz. "BEansard,'l" 0d. per 12 oz. Commeecial pIIpers .patterTni, Bmpler and merchInl die, Id. pi r 2 e( . OVE~SEA Ei?IdJ I'N S LetterP Ircm the CI n neuC( etalhh to the United Kiitlgdit , e.veeent de eniiomn, Britileh celctnie?s nd pre.trctoraleb except the New i-bbides, Id; per 2. NEW ZEALAND AND "TIN ISLANDBS. 'Ihe ra:cs tio c ew Zealliad, JFigi and British Sule monii Ielands are: Let Id j oz. IPo aids rgle ld. D rep Id.ea Le e r ingl d. Do reply, d .erclh hal MDgaezil.ee Id. 8 (n., ad...

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Our Cable Service IS GERMANY MENACED. Berlin, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 July 1914

Ou1f DaNlo SaticV (RUTran's 'ELEIC-IIA.I.) IS GERIMANY MENACED. S Berlin, Saturday. Thle German Press gives pronminence to a telegram in which the Crooih Prince William says ho wishes the widest ci,'cilation for a pamphlet by Colonlci Friobeiius (retired), which de clares that-the military prepar'ationsof France and Russia will be so far ad rvanced in 1915 that invasion by the nmightiest armies ever seen in tihe world mnight be daily expected. The Crown Prince's telegram adds, " In hat fateful hour Germany and hler allies must strike."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 July 1914

NERVOUS BREAKDO0W A REMARKABLE CURE What. Clemenls Tonic can do in restoring the nerves to healthy power and making the weakened system strong. A letter in point which is worth reading. No. 6 Post Office Place, South Melb., 2/7/II. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., " Your tonic is one of tile quickest nerve and Irain cures known. I tried all kinds of doctors' medicines, and got no relief as I have from your tonic. I could not stand anyone talking to me, or the noise of the town traffic. I lost appetite and weight.. I was that weak at times a child could push me over. I had to give lp' work. - I lay hour after hour awake, now I can go to bed and almost sleep at once. My case was one of the worst I ever heard of. I thlought I wihould never get well. I can hardly believe the relief I have got fromt Clements Tonic. Nearly all those symptoms I told you of have left me, and two or three more bottles will make me strong. Before this I was going twice a week to the lMelbou'rne lospital, and many people ...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 July 1914

THEY SAY Tlhat the King of Eden ?'as preselnt as principal M.C. at the Keistbruck ball. Thti the principal loszio farmnner is selling his horses and buying a trac. tion ergine. That the Highlander that drives bullocks is aspiring to ? That the aspirant to heaven at Cockatoo V alley Ihas missed his track and pulled up at W'arrain. That thie Mouzie King had better watch himself, or between two stools he mighlt ftll heavily to the ground. Thlat at parties in Kentbruck you ii men pIrefer to Blondin wire fences in preference to dtancing. That ii Mouzic competition in love is very keen; but in one ease defealt is anticipatcd for the boy with thebicycle. That Georges Carplenter, the liaid somec young Frenclhnin, heavy-weiglht champion boxer of Europe, meut ' Gun boat" Smith, the American Whiteo Hope," on Flriday night, and, after having had generally tile better of it for six rounds, won ii an unsatisfaie. tory manner on a foul. Fourteen thou sand paid admission, Smitll delivered a hard ri...

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BOROUGH COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 July 1914

.... BOROUGH COUNCIL A speci?l mtoning " 'the tIoro-~h .iic ll Wast held on ,Mood ?oro. -'i01 " ' Mod ' eveni?, Plnsent-' hle .layrr (Or. \\iliepamn) ind.C Ors.. Hanon, Snih, Wyatt 1lar sl a'l, Coiuch and Davis. SCr. Miarshll apolJOised for the ·ence of Cr. V" . ood. b. S UI LDING ACT. SCr. Marsha!ll submitted plans for the erection of? a ..dwelling house, andt proval w?hs give. In reply too- a. lion the town clerk said th lqe . under the Butlding Act had not beena suspended, and the area covered was a wide one, embracing all that portion rof town bounded by Ientinck. Tyer, Cawler and Hurd street4, both sides, The advisatility of considering the whole matter afresh was admitted but owing to other pressing buisness it was postponed. iREBIDEN'. CLFEP.IK OF PETTY SE.SIONS. The Mayqr said a favorable oppor. tuniny had presented itself for again urging upon the Crown Law Depart ment the advisability of appointing a ,esident Cleik of Courts at Portlanot Owing to increased land setthlment ...

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CORRESPONDENCE [It is to be distinctly understood that we in do way identifly ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 July 1914

SI t lo bhe ii-,i tly unot der .lood I/ia we l ¶ c a11 hidei,!iJ'iiSe'rlv. in ith theoplniso "xpressed b',itn c )nreia.nd'eiit,. HOSPIrTAL MANAGEMENTr " ': To tlo Editor. ' • Sir,--1 cannot undrstanid the posi tion tlihe ratepayies have anssi eld ill allowing tho presient HIospital iismnan agcmncnt. This is very evident from the'committee i'por s ilnd from reports othir; thliai thols e nIIiiiiting froIiethese wo6rtly gentlenien. They ildd insult to mnismaniigemeniit in .the eqiuest thli;t Miitron Cory iendilin hler resigelation on ai letter sent in by Mrs. Patterson, the liousdkCeeper. Hlow'would Mr. Long tako it if lihe were asked to send in his resignation as President on a letter to thle committee from the golf-blaying warudsnman t Or, how: would M'. WVil lialmison like it it he:were bi'ought to book by inforniation rced ied fromi hIis apple picker or olftice boy (if he has onel').l' These iistanices are no moiire absuird thihin vliLt hisa takeni place at the Hlospital.' :We' wil...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 July 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. a'nh ollowing in a list of telephoneo:stati and charges:_ Namec Fi. 3mina. Additional OflTown Conversation, 3mina. lranoxholmo i(d Gd Iyaduk 1i Gd Cape /¢!Qon 21 2d Gavondislh I 94 UCasterton vial lfranxholne 1n 94 (.Isterton via Mftrilton Is 4d is fJoleraine II 44d 1 Condah Gd Gd Cr'aole - s. 9d DenningtoLo a 1.J 91 Digby via BIranxholmo ]s Gd Dunkeld Ia 9d Glenthompson Is 4d la Ilawkoadnlei len 9d Hamuilton la Gd Hlneyi'ood 2d 2d Kentbruck Gd Gd Kirkstall l ' 9d Koroit Is Gd Lake Bola Is 10d I 2d fhlacarthur is #1 Is lMerino, via Branxholno Is Gd Mleiioo, via Hamilton Is 4d li Mounnt Gnambeior in Gd bloyne Falla Iml Gd Myano)n 6d 5d Narrawong 2d 2d Nelson Gd Gd Ponlint al is 0d Port Fairy 8d 6d Port McDonne la 4d Il Ripponhurst i" G d Tyrendarra 3d ,d Yambuk Gd Gd *Vallacedal 8d 64 Warrnambool la 9 Wichliff la 10d la 2 Woolathorpo la n d Feco for measenger call, any person died vilhin one mile--3d. *Notn.--ltranxhole closcs from p.m. to I p.m daily, andl...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 July 1914

To tihe Editor. Si'r,-Like many others I am watch ing \with great interest the upshot of the fiasco at the pubiic l hospital. "A Lover of Fair Play," in your last issue, putl thle whole. matter in a nutshell when !he, or she, said, "The membkrs of committee are the. mere puppets of one.more skilful than themselves, &c." Who is it tihat is managing thle hos pital l Not the committee seemingly ! We all know and appreciate the good work done by Mrs. Patterson ih past days when thle place was mostly a benevoluent asylum, antd things were not, on a professional basis. Hfow "tlhe old order changeth," everything Ihas to be in keeping. If thie institution is to be benevolent, let it be so. Establish Patterson and Co. in full cnmmand, and let them reign supreme, and let tilt unoccupied wards. be let out at 8/4 a month to boarder,. The sufibring poor can endure their aches and pains or go elsewhere But if it is to be lsospital, run it oIn . up-to date lines, like any other hospital in...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 July 1914

rheunmatism. );:,rENDICO LADY'S RECOVERY.. "'Nine years ago I was a great itit 'erer from Ilhieuiiaxtai:,+, be?ig 1 ad ii; o.%r three w=:ce!:s," w\riteu .ITs. I.:lri beth Brt::,., of Carol , it st.. Quarry r'ft?,. try \ ing several =*I .... "*'; •-wih litlle O00 110 150 "v liOVenlOilt. i' 'i· D tory Dr. - Xilorse's Iii 7q' Py I'IlIl. At I.r~ma l'hot?. tilat period I ka i -bad •ndeed, having to lhobblhe abcut with thIe assi.stanIIce of a wai'nlli.iIg stick, wvlhel able to leave mly bed. Tile effect of I)r. Marse's Ild:an Rioot Pi'llis was marvellous, and ty" recovery was rapid. I only used hIalfn a bottle ot P'lls and became mly.elf once morce-restored to perfect lheailth. .1 urn a woman ct usually vigorous lhealthl and am a gret bielioever in your remedy. My hIIsland also ha. faith in them for- relief of I-lluaclie ~and Kidney Trouble." Dr. Morse's Indian Itoot Pills pIroved ±ffeetive becausel thell:y rove tile Uric Adid cut of thle system, purlllted tile ltood. anti na!ded In tile ...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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