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

* DRIK DRIK. Fioro our colrespondcnit. About a month ago the local team went to Strathdownio and played a game of football and got beat. Last ilaturday a team from Strathdownie conam hei'e and played a game, which was very much enjoyed by both play ems and onlookers. It was an uphill fight for the visitors from tlie st'rit to the finish, but that did not make any hifferenco to them. Up to the last they played as if they only anted an. othler kick -to win. The fnalrl scor~es wcre-Drik Drik 70 points, Stmtlh downie 12 points.

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 July 1914

JSUN)AY, 26th July, 'Thio er. Stinlly Ciny, (of Ieywood, gnll prieah mniiing aml evieinig. Baptist Church SUNDAY NEX'. I'recher--Pastor 11. B!oulter. * 'The Destiny of Chirist's'rfieiilsd: HIneaven' _'() L.ET, two t furnished room.y, cornur ..L Ilrnl nind Gawlor .street;. Te'rii.. aiioderaite Apply J. Kean, houIsei ngnit, -nawler treet. . , i . S?l'IFICIA I Floidri, llridnln Wreatlhi &c., indc.by M'rs. A LE. leinuglu -Iole. Orilers left iit -lisesTurnlediiie', Snruiterer, Percy srtrf.:. ':.' : " : " ANTE)fU , for Cliiistiaii Jjiotlhies, nice W. u': oie, wiithl ( or7 :.ledrooiis,.diur ing Ximns lioljidy;s. F. . Mnrshalll &; Co., '-.lvntinick'itrect. .: . -F you wiit s iiIoisehold or good Sopa rator: iitcrviu - ,W . i.llcnllcr, local ·-gen fos tlhel nltic P'tashi Dairy Miicliin try Co, ' T. E. C. Henry -INVITES tenlders, returniible on Erhidiy S'.)tlth inst., forl th erection of Irick 'o-umiittce Iuooins at tlh Frec Library *' 1'Plins.nd id spccilicatioiis at thll Town...

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

VV. HEMERS. COiGHBUILDER, Genoral BlasMsmrth, Wheelwright & 11orse :hoes PE:RcY. STREET, PO:LTLAND. \hi h'i n o 'nOrus p:t rolon for their liboral su port In the ,1 If os Tw1 )L1I ,' p1Oed1 tu it willhio cotont aim eby 'b. ouifrmly good work. 1 - I i e-hi .a 1 1 B i ls I li Wa1y on Haand. .,:ithgl uff)one, rnd ll kinds of Agricultural Implements Repaired Cfr-it a3ttetioii girun to the tyruing of wheol. f lulftos Sen for all-repatra, if required. garc:-Sh~osing Strictly Attended ta. I,. . r 01 iI:rip s) R r3 Ir,.'tainted: annd renewed. P1.0) Ryirod \iade lightest draught. - - " r mu- t g- ps-t 38.:-3,. ERO STREET LZ'i 5th}ia t end oteo , IE ; i Emplik;i hn ia ilree t tiling I~n ai I S 0 hein lhi- country nI n l ae ,T l -, t'nfi it yoursnlf WARG) BTRO. ins ? hlinel have fewerl Vont) 111.-00 l euy -otiniu to get nuf ! O We ;?. hlni lt Ill your haptlon- d ta -.nd tnat Yo - . urpthei r d Pl st th dlietil rence I e y -, Dyin ._ VII :+ uit n teua kycs abou5t eR9 ,a, . O:ilpl! homt ...

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

DARTMOOR (From our correspoiderit.) The residents of Dartmoor and dis trijt were favored -by a visit on Satur d i, July 18 from the -Prcmier (Sir Alexanlder .1eacock), .*lirector of Ed euetioli (M lTaite) and Mr. Campbell, M ..A., for the purpose of opening the new school at Dartmoor. Rlepresenta tires of the Dartinoor, Mumbanner and rceenwalde ischool committees· ncl piogi',eSS IIssociiitions i met the "entlemen at the ])airtmnoor hull, whnre a luncheon wa s lIiid ouit; y the - ladies, iiid after tihe luncheoi Sir Alexander Peacock, Mi. TLte and Mr. - Campbell adjourned to the schlool, and Sir Alexander Pea ockt, iat tIne conclusion of a very edify. iiig speech on the advantage of having nice airy and healthy scliools, declared the scliool open. Daring the last week bad weather hIss been preoilent, biut Saturdliy was verylfine and the. sun shone outbrightly all through the proceedings, -As Mr. Mr. Tate said in his speedc, the suii was truly sliming on education. At 2 o'clock the pa...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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PORTLAND HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 July 1914

Ponlirtx II Ho'l'i'rAL.-TIiC annua meetin g of shbscribeis, :h.liieji wais call (d for Tuesday aftcrnaon last, lapsed for the want of a quorum..iind was ad journed till next Tuesday. In forme'r years st was gencrally a dihlicult mat tel to "get it quosUim, hut the present committees interpretation sf the anles that it is necessary to have contr·ibuted at ieast £1 durinlg the year to entitle. one to a voto miakes it moice dillicult than cr-l' to get a qport. Tem ib e is a possibility, however, that the coinmittle is hn errol', a11(nd that thce old iaule fi'xing the minimaum contribution at 5/ is atill operati'c. I)DuArir'E '.- A new advertiscment from jMr. John Campu'b l annournces thlt his -annual priestock taking sale comcuiences to day, awshenl tl'e whlaole of the stock of drapery, inilllinery aind clothing will be ofiered ast sptcilly low plices. Golfiti all day lie w/el feeling tired. 'Twn1is'ot and l'ed rather fieely perak irc1 Cried lie, "'Lii catchiinig a cilil in my Iheid, J...

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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 July 1914

new - EC toreES The new postal rates, ii-cladirg tile penny poIoge ,on lteitrsI, flame in force on htny lot. The reduced raies are as fsttr'w ThflOCIUBOUT COM 51 JUN WEALTH ADD I'AII'TA. Letter Id .pe a i". Lettie bids sing ti r d ear Do. Ii ply ,Id . doch hatilf. I'osicatda,singli aid . cac Do. ra sty, Id. et ch half. I'rioittd papers Old pit 2 oz. per 8Bez;. n Australia Ord per 8 ez. hIagOzui es- Prijtid d ii. Australia, Old. per 8 )e printed outside Australia, Odd, per 4 cc. 'Hiansard,tl.,d Ipr 12 (z. Ci~mmeicial ai1ets pattere, samplce and nmerrl.oi rEs, id. pt t 2 '2. OU1'11EA A Z lll]MOnS Letters Fri , n she Ct n no t.aealtih to the United Kit 8d ni, ta. utaia dimiotirns, lBrint PriiP OUS .i d .i iii Ltniitit ()CICeis the Nets Hi buidis, id. in pcin 1,NEW /EALADID ANSD I EIvLANLS. ¶Jhe ra:de to New /etltl;.d, F gi aid Britisi Stilt nit 1rl" cta t . ti - Let I di oz.. P0o aids tle ld . D rn p ld lca L~e or. it l d. Do trily 3d ionI hal TDogtzitzut eed. 8d S , additional 4 o Old...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 July 1914

PORTLAND TELEPBONE BUREAU. Tie oiloning is a list of telephonenatati and aharges:- ame . Fi 3mrins. Additional ofT'own Convrelation. 3mina, "tiranxhohne .81 ad * :yaduk 17 9d Unapu Ne! on al 2d U' vendish is B9. *Caterton via Iranxhollme l . 93 Uasterton via rmjrnilton Ia 44d 1i Coleraine is 4d In Condih flid 5d Crossle Is 9d Dennington 1. 94 Digby, via Braunxolme la 9d Dunkeld ]s 9d Glenthcmpaon. Is 4d hi Hfawkeadeale ia 9d Hamilton is 9d illeywood 2d 2d Kentbruck 6d 5d Kitikstall Is 9d Koroit Is 9d. Lake Blola Is 10d 2d Macarthur Is d , In +3.erino, via BraLnxholhre Is 9d blotino, via Hamilton' l 4d i - Mount Gambiler a 9d Mloyne Falla l i 9d Mfyamnu d 5,4 Narrawong 2d 2d Nelson . 6d Penalhrst ' ls d' d Port Fairy 8d 6d Port Mcl)onne i, 4d In Hipponhurst. Is 9d Tyrendarra 3.d 3d VY mbuk 6d Sd. SWtallacedal 8d 6. i Warrnambool -ls In 0 Wickliff In 10d *l 2 Woolhthorp? In a 9( Fee for messenger call, any perarn dind wihhin one mile--d. - 'Note.-lBranxholrze cloeas from p.m. to 4 p.m...

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 July 1914

hlkiVlcL 'JIL LAlh. MiilFlor the ind, rmeatlone offictes cloe at lortlandija follow:-j: alt Ban Atlr aiilde 7.60 a n 7 ;60- nl, 7.to am n 7.tli n, ; l' ,o. o " llarat . ... 7.U0 a I 7.50 a 7.l0 am 7..0 a? . I i. a , L ei belsonf 21w oc,.okatuo Valley . 9 .t0 a n b. n. I .'jtl t'ortl ,aa.L) 5 GoUriug'.on --- Žm :I m m .Ia i ni Conlrine ... -. 76. i 1.60' am 7.50 B . 7.50 am a La.. m! rr _. thmilton ... 1.5 aJm 7.50 am ;.FO al .fOa Jean Irm UD rtn 0ot r .. ' '-* . 7.. 0 a| m l -.a . , ;', i. I. Bridgew at-er .. - 9- m |.' L m tiak uras .. .-.. 0 " 7.60am .a 0 m .. " a7.t.o am BIanilioh aililJeLOe I 1.i. o d .- ... 7. .50 a..m.;am 7,5 am . '' ' OGraC -.b0aaa 8 e s n Mamiltou ... " .,0 am 7.50 a -a 7.5.0 aom 7.q 0 a, tl a a Htywu .. le ..I7 0 m 7 50a m 7a7.r0an/ 7.50n 0 miam 7. t0 an. uumbanuc.r .. 7.50 am " 7.5 n LI Uridawnatr - am am - ,os o ... 7 II0 . . rt Fal ry, ir.. t . 0 am 7,0 a m 7i50 i. .0. an. .U a crru er- Per.y al, .a0 .?B??i 7',B am m 77.S am 7 .ta L iaa M (ltorer Pery' 7...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 July 1914

THEY SAY Tha'i't the pictures on Wednesday night is ini aid. of the Portland State school. The school children, are sell ing'the tickets, and parents and others iare asked to purchaiise liberally. The mioney:stliscribed 'by IMr. Grant is to be de? oted towards erecting a fence on 4 ?lacrees: gratited by- the Govern meit ne'i the sclool.: The Education depiartiicit giies £?for.£' towards this obiject:':. -:. : . SThat the: i annual meeting of the Por thind Teiihi, Club will be held this evening:" That ithe three retiring Shire coun cillors will be elt.iiilced unopposed. That. Miss' Coeiry, the matron, and Mliss Ta?ylot, piobationer, of the Port laud hlospital, both took their departure last week t : d:. .hat severlall icidents occurired on pier works' last week, onie man having his ' fingers ,; ba dl3 ja:inmed, while antllt, was hurt ' internally by by being str:uck by a beam. TI-it W? i arniabliool ti adel aire coni siderili: the advisaibility'of pilrcliasing ant Lauxiliary Iketch t...

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Shire Council THURSDAY, JULY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 July 1914

Shire uCouncil TiunnDAY, JULY 23. present--Preside?t (Cr. Cope) and Crs. Smith, Righetti, Devlin, Malseed, Philip, Shaw, Carter and Kennedy. CORnESPONDENDR. From Public Health Department, appsoving formal opening of. hall at Tyrendarra. From J. A. Graham, reporting camps on Heywood-Mount Gambier line to be in good sanitary condition.-Re ceived. From Jae. Sage, seec. Cashmere Pro gress Association, asking for a polling booth at the local ball for Shire elec. tions.-Held over. From W. Bartlett, asking for appro val of sawmill at Mo'eside Creek as d netory.-G ranted From G. Goey, Branxholme, asking permission to plant trees and put in a pipe culvert.-Granted. From Public Works Department, stating that the. Council's request for permission to sell trees growing on shire roads had been referred to the Conservator of Forests.-Received. From W. A. MoIntosh, Dartmoor, asking if it was the Council's intention to provide two ,oore lamps in the town silip.-Received. " From H. Cross, Wallacedal...

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Football. Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 July 1914

S. . ' IIellrou no, Saturda y. ;;i.olloi'irig? tiZe tho results of to dly's s Eiidon: 1514, South 'Aflbourne 4.8 :Rlch?iouli 14 10, Warsity 10.11 .~ oiiii" 11.13, Fitzroy 8 5 Cu"lton l1.1 , Melbourne 8.10 SUollingwool 12.14, St. Kilda 7.5

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NO ONE KNOWS. The weight of another's burden. Many a one brought to light. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 July 1914

2O ONE METOWS. The weight of another's burden. Many a one brought to light. You know if you have a burden to bear. You know where you are taxed to bear it. You know how much trouble it glves you. But do you know how to shake it ofs The back bears more burdens than all the human organism. And it objects to it, sometimes eirphat icolly. Ir aches; it pains, is weak and lame. It's your fault if you don't come tothe rescue. Perhaps you don't know how. We could tell you but you might doubt us. We will lot this man do it, 'tis easier proven. Mr. C. Langley, South Portland, esa: -"For some time I have been suffering with my kidneys. The secretions wet toto frequent and contained. I had a du ,Pain in my back, and could lot stnop?, oatae quickly without increased dpn. friend called my attention to Do?sJ' Backache Kidney" Pills, and I sent tO Martell's Pharmacy for some After using two bottles I felt better, and pre, served with them; twelve bottles effected a perfect cure. I have no sign of b...

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Our Cable Service HOME RULE. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 July 1914

1ur 1 aDle S8Brvic (RBUTra's Ti I.IIua.nM.) HOME RULE. SLondon, Fliiday. The conference convened iy i\th King was tadjourned yesterday till to: d.y. The lengthy sifting Irinwced thi iope for a successful tcrminationof the conference. Referring to Sir Henry Dalziel, M Asquith saicl:-"Tl'lh King's. speccl was intended to convey more tihan was ob. viously truo-that apprehensions of civil strife have beLan widely enter tacined and expressed by rosponsible soble minded persons, amongst whlmn I may, perhaps, include myself." London, Sitadtuday. The Home Rule conference callel by the King has fidled to efl'ectal agreement on the principle of the ex clusion of Ulster, and ae e ldilck Ias been created. The ameclding bill will be taken o n uMlnday. It is geneorllv believed that tile Government is rllnl; for ia fall. Ulster is !exasperated, a?Il early action if expected, a dclhuratios of.provincial government being iimli. nent.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 July 1914

' r.e. l t'io - ADY"ý.."-;V'' ,Pt.-? .' V-I,:c · l , several . 1 . r,?t edlc'? '.,? i, i . tt .: i tt Otr ,n . t t %4 mit ' rcntl. I decided %- dIrtc l Hott Ills. At that period I wias boi a~dcd,, having to hobble abwut w!lth t assistance of a walking .stlck, whebn table to leave my bed. . The f'eect of Dr. Morse's Itld:al Root PIlls 'as . ?ma.rvellous, and rny recovery s,.ts rapid. I only use, half ,a bottle Jtf PIills and .became myself . once ortm--restored to perfect health. I a?m a woman of usually vigorous health and am a great believer In reur remedy. llMy husband also 'ha laith in them for rellef.of Blacltache and Kidney Trouble." Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills proved effective because they drove the Uric A?cd cut of the system, purified the ?iecd, and aided li, the digest!on and .si.dmitatiori of food.. Dr. Mtorse's In 'i.an Root Pills are' a searching re s.'e.d".' They" put a move hli' ycour o'"efs stretngthll into- tile k!tleys. - ndi. li?e nto your liver, bracing lup :- l...

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AUSTRIA AND SERVIA. London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 July 1914

AUSTRIA ANI) SEIIVIA.' London, Saturday, War is considered probableli betw.en Russia and Austrliao ovlr Servia. Ger 1may13' supports Austria, and France, bcing Russia's ally, is excited. S London, Saturday. Seven Australians qualified in the King's final - Shocking revelal ions iwve been limade regarding the white slave traflic is New York. Robert Louis Stevenson's unapu'. lishped manuscript brought £1881. The Panama Canal will e olpelled on August 15. IT'heGovelnmicnts?Ounte?r Christobel is celebrating the first pas. sage. .-Aust'ralia easily defeated Canada at tenLnis for th! Davis Cup. .. London, Thursldv. 'Albert E.'. Trott, the ex- Victo;rian cricketer,'is lying in St. Mary's hi?o pital in at critical condition.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 July 1914

RIEMOVEID .RHEUMATIC PAI'NS. "I Ihav.great faith in Chamberlain's Pain Balm,"' says: Mr. S. E. Hancoek, J.P., Kapudda, S.A. "For years I suffired with rheumatism in my arms and shoulldcers brought on by a chill. Now an application of Chiamberlain's Pain Balmn IRemoves it. I reonlned Chamberlain's 'ain ]lmln to all iuflercrs from rheuumatisum." Sol by Thompson, Brake andt Co. SPECIALLY FOR LADIES. The "Naltura" Health Coy's lady represent ative, Melbourne, regrets tilat she was un able to seeall her many callers at Portland. Tlhose disappointed at not seeing her ard other ladies who health is causing them anxiety, are reminded that the "Natur . HIealth Co. is able to treat patients equally as well through the. post as personally, and tlat the Company will be pleased to advise themn from l Melbourne regarding their healtlh. No cha'oge whatever is made for sueh advice. On receipt of 2d. postage a valuable Health Guide for women andgirls will be seot free Address Dept. CLI, "Nt?atrra" H...

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WALLACEDALE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 July 1914

WALLACEDALE NORTH. (From our correspoc lell'. A meeting of the Wallaceddle Fuat. bidll Club was hold in the local hall on Wednesday evening last. Mr. J.Annet, presided. After the reading of the niinutes, Mr. . G . Annett notilied the committeo of his having arranged with Mr. It. tundell for the use of his pad. dock for the season. This action was greatly approved, and a strong working bee was formed to put the new ground in order. It was also decided that a letter of. sympathy be written to Mr. and Mirs. McLeod, parents of deceased comrade Dugald McLeod, and, further, thatlthe players of the above team should we?r black bands as tokens of respect. The local lads are very hopeful of a win from the IRamblers, which match will be contested on 25th inst. Refresh. ments are to be supplied1 by the loal bakler.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 July 1914

0 LET, two furnished roomis, corner ll urd and Gawler streets. Terms ,_,oderate Apply J. Kenn, htomo :ageCt, G-awler street. R4 T1IFICIAL Flowers, Bridal WieaLths r-c., made Iby Mrs. A. 1E. lte.:uile I?tde. Ihderts left at Mis ilsleizleditie's, fruitcrcr, Percy:-tieet. TA NTEl) fr Chri.tiuin l ,ithes. nice Shouse, with n; r 7 ledrmo , duri ning Xmas holidlays. F. Narslh:ll & C,., Jlentinck street. -F you want a Househol or good Seli. A rator interview WV. 1lmner, local' e.geon for the ialtic Psish D:iry M cihi-i ery Co, T. E C. Henry I'V ITES tcnders,r ettu nable, on Wcdnes t day 2ltlh inst., fEr the erection of :rtick ?,'mnuunittee lRiooms at-. the Free Libtrry Plans and specidiclionis at the uliTwi Clegg, Miller, and Cain, ARCH LT'ECT'S.. Victoria Buildings, l1miltonl, 1EVITl tenders, closing::Jth, i)st., for altunntions to Riclnhmtnd Ihuse. Il ans at, Rlichmond il u .se. ' Mr. J. Hume Cook, TIlE SELECTED ";liLrAL At . SEN ATI CAN DIDAT'.L STrHLLadd?lles.at n ,,ieti?.n iof...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 July 1914

W. HEMERS. COACHBUILDER, General Blacksmnth,Wheelwright & Horse2hoer tPEROY STREET, POLTLAND. lr . bags to thao'c his numoerous patrons for their Itboralas port in the ~I. ti noaify otou a I o- + toi, r +t1llY tiot it will his aetant aim their conylarie by do. uniformly good work. N. w aril Son? , -hai- l Biggles always on Haud. ;,' un ' ithingK `ai d tal,?l.l?inda?of? Agriýultural Implementa Repaired??. ". Careful attention given to the tyreing of wocele. EStl?iatenO'ti?? 'for all rep~sr, if required. o;iso-ShooQns Strictly Attondod to. , 4ia ll of o'tl {,:riýpt;is R?p r:t l,Y'?ainti and renewed. 'plough Repaired Made Lightest draught. se nee?ng nachinte -up-ea nlt lhe So Sivlrtre antd atrong, plic'ty tnO great thing io T - P.r t yourself. WARD BROS. Otacrhins have fewer parts than art onher--othrot to get out of order. Pouors cheaper than others We poy freight to your station guurotee every macthine-and let r Y ou hav e it ne atsy the ds.ene Wrie your iollutratd Catalnd -p...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 July 1914

Ti':xees will be ,eceived by Mr. T'. E. C. Hlenry till Wednesday .next: for the erection of brick coummittee rooms at the Free Library. Sex.Tre EILECrIo.-'. . J Hnume Cook, who is standing .for the Senate in the'Liberal interest, will address the electors in the Free Libriary hal this eviing. On Saturday eve?iingy next Senator 'Barnes, one of the Labor six, .will speak ill tthe saiime hall.at ) p.m. SWANo Er ctio. l.-iThe dates of Mir. Neii MeK~innon's (the Labor can date) meetings in this district appear in our advertising (columnnis, He will speakc at )artitmoor o Thursday next at 8 pim;' )rik il )rilk oni Friday at S p.n i Drimnborg on Siturdiayiit 2 i.p.m, antidt Heywood on S iturday at 8 p. it. Essvlnor IEEirix'i .-The by-elue tiuni for the Essenduii sent iii thi Stilte Parliamunt, rendered vacaint by the flighlt 'of iMr. 'a'itt into the hIigllhe re gions of Felerial polities, toolk pltaceon 'lhursditcv mu resulted in the seat being captur'ed by tile Labor candidate, Mri.. 1I. ...

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