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

DIED. H-O\V N.-Oo the 2olith July, 1914, at Tedl gl, *JubIa Uflw:II, I)Veloved huorband of A. I,. BIro.wII qII(d yottiigoat seoI of D. MeF. lirowrn, ltet of Portland, in his 'l~t.yuir. -it -' bserutf MONDAY, JULY 27, '191i

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 July 1914

Postal ABraLLtntar.t IE0VItEL 10 JO Ak. Matls.ra the undermeationed offices close at aurtlaadlas follow:-) ararat and Adelaide 7.50 a to 7.60 a m 17.60 a in l1.,0 n (l a? , llarat ... *.. 7.60 am 7.60am 7.50 am 7.00a a 7.6. Lj. klotree ... . 1pm 9pm I la, Braea,~olmc .-. 1.60 am 7.50am 7.0 am 7.7m 0 a a. '.i.t o aiterto ... - 7.0 am a 7.0 a m 17.50 a m 7.60 m .l( a? apoe Iridgauwater 9 am m Uape aelion " 2 m Uookatoo Valley ... 8.50 a .0 lŽorth PartLan)l). .. . COodring.on 9- .9 p pm. j m .in t O.lerarie . .. - 1.0 am 7.b0 am 7.00 a a. .50 m 7.n 7.60 L in m Coad?h ... .. 7.00 am 7.60 am 7.50 am 7.50am 7.0 am "L D.trtmoor ... - 10 am I 7.1. a n Drik lrik .. 7.50am I " " 7.O,. English" Ilall,Weltnes I days, 7.50 a.m.a Gorae -. * 8.50 am 80.an l.({mlton ... - .50 am 1.0 am 7.50 am t.60a n. 7l0 a n 7."( tt ru ltdyw.)l . 1- 7 .600 am 7.0 0ani 7.60 am i7.0 aam 7.tO am ."i. ha.. Lsentibruck... . .. . . 7.510 a m 7.0 a in LC lrtlgewater -. 9 am 9 a m Lyons .- ... 7.O an I 7.rLG m MJlbournf ...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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NEW POSTAGE RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 July 1914

NEW CSTAC R?ATES$ The new postal rates, ira?nding the penny posltge on letters, c?moe in forces on, May 1st. The reduced ,rates are as follow: THROUGIIOUT COMMOhIWEALTI AND PAPUPA. Letter Id .pe i ( z. Lette asds,singl;ld .eac Do. reply ,ld.ench half. Postceads,etngl t ,ld. each Do. reply, Id. each half. Printed papers Old .per 2 oz. Books, 1+1n)1i- usdi Anutalis, 4j per 8:0o;. in Australie Old .per 8 ez. Maet.aztn ee-Printrd in Australia, Old. per 8 on.; printed outside Australia, Old. per 4 oz. '"lanoard," Old. per 12 .2. Commnnercial papetes .patterns, samples and merchat dite, Id. pIr 2 (2z. OVIERSEA DOIINIONS Letters from ihe C( n ullwealth to the United Kit gdto, cvt\rea drminions, British coloie's and prrotctorotes eictpt the New IeIbrides, ld. per ] oz. NEW ZEALAND AND T1E ISLAEDS. The rates to New Zealand, Figi and British Sol mrot Isl lnds ite: Let Id d oz. I'o aids igle Id. D rep id.ea Le or ingl d. Do reply ,ld .each hol Mlagazinees d. 8 oz., additional 4 o Books, ld. 4 ...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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SERVICES RECOGNISED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 July 1914

Srct lces itECOG'sI'D. - The fruit growers of this district have shown their appreciation of the services of hMr. H. W.W. Dvey, i nspectort of or. chards, in a practicatl way. The se-. retary of the lo'al F- ruitgroweis' As sociatito addrhessed" i-letter: to the Ministero of Agricultuire,: trough Mr. Campbell, DI.L,.A., in acknowledgnimeiit of the good work Mr. J)Davey hits donie for the advanceuientt of, fruitgrowivig in this dcistrlct, and this testinip&y .of his work l hs been suppleminciteil with it p'esentation, corinsisting of ia smoker's outfit, as i. mint!k of: personal esteenii Th., letter is as follows:-."Portland, .iuly 1, 1914. The Honorable .tile Minister of Agriculture, Melboiurne. DIea Sir,-?By 'desire of the Portland Fruilgtower's: Association, I have tle' honor to conlvey to you an expression of their profound satisfaction upon learning thaiit.t vo have promoted Mr: I. . Davey, who lies filed the posi tiou of inspector' inder the 'Fruit In: spection. Act in ...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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STRANGER THAN FICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 July 1914

STRANGER THAN FICTION. (BY PETER.) For years Peter acted as district correspondent to the press and never once mentioned the weather or the crops. It may be hard to believe this but tie fact remains, whether believed or not. He only mentions it now be cause he has been favored with aj.ure divino.as to the recent samples we have had, He has heard so many comments and complaints about the cold lately that he decided to go to tlh fountain head, the woeser caucus, for a definite ruling. "Yes; we have noticed that' the weather has been exceptionally cold, and that the presence of icebergs near thl Australian coast has been reported, although we have not yet seen the bergs. Probably they are hidden be hind the high hill on the Cape. The cause of these severe c'imatic conditions is not far to seek. A long straight spar with peices of bark attached has been washed up on the sand at Discovery Bay. There is not the least doubt that this is the South Po'e, which has been dislodged by the storm...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Our Cable Service LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 July 1914

Our OaDl8 8srvic1 Losnox, Monday. Referring to the ctisis in Europe, in thel6 HIouseof Commons, Sir Edrta-d 'Grey, in replytioJq'r: 3Boar L'w, said titVif 'th 'dipuite. were confined; to Austr a and Servis Great Britain would not inte ferP;' e The inroititn io nither power.was ioyulved thbe pltiltin would be critical.v !.':the questtin thiou would be one idf tlihe;ppn f Etirop".,. It ap peared o hlimi6tbat Greit Brita, nGer ita",iy Fiit?iP an i taly 'htoui6d wl oik togetlher, t Stt. Peteisb ruignd Vienna iHultaineou'lyr, itosecure: a suspension of opt ritioniispediiig a disdoussion. The co iit'cratioiof the fuur, powers wou!d be iessential. 'If the effor a failed they woud lead to thp greatest catastrophe iw!l:clh clhuld r tef:ll the.. concert of E irop, iad lte consequueces would be ioticulictlb. ' Sir Edward Grey added thaitbit :lid aslked Fraie, Germany tdit ltily if til ey. ere willin, that their iiib sss tidors shlould :meet him in con foreuceio Londi..' . 'i:. ' y.:N:,;, Tuesd...

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Our Cable Service BLOODSHED IN IRELAND. Dublin, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 July 1914

Our DGa8l8 8S8viGc (REUTER'S TELEGRAM,.) II--- BLOODSHED IN IRELAND. Dublin, Monday. A yatch on Sunday morning landed 2500 rifles and 170,000 rounds of am munition at Howth, on Dub'in Bay. the Nationalist volunteers meanwhile cutting the te!egraph wires and s!op. ping communicrtion with Dub'in. Mo tor curs were used to convey the arms to the interior. The police and Scot tish Borderers went to Howth in tile afternoon and seized a hundred rifles. WhPn the troops were returning to Dublin a crowd of youths followed, stoning and 'bo.hooing" the troops, and choering Mr. Redmond. The troops ired several vol'eys, kil.ing three per sons and wounding forty, some of themr mortally. Tlhe wounded include womu-n and children. London, Tuesday. In the House of Commons yesterday the riot formed the subject of an in tensely animated debate. Mr. Birrell, Chief Secretary for Ire land, said tihat Mr. W. V. Harrel, assistant commissioner of police, requi sitioned the military on his own renpon sibility....

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SENATE ELECTION MR. J. HUME COOK AT PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 July 1914

SENATE'E.LECTION V J. HUME COOK AT pO tTLAND. r J Hlmse Ccok, one of the six ,ibe 'candidates for the Senate, ad rhered a well attended meeting in the ree Library hall on Monday evening ast nd received a good hearing. The clrir was occupied by the Mayor (Cr. Willi mson. Mr. Cook has an easy and ii'set way of speaking, and held the pea~snti of his hearers. Occasional e: tioj s served to add interest to oa1 adctess, The candidate briefly re viewed the events leading up to the rlisolution of both Houses of the Fe dal legislature, which he justified-by sayin" that the Senate bad exercised sn un'equal power to thwart the will of fil people as expressed in the Lower ins , tin-ead of realising the Federal ideal nd guarding State rights. The iberal majority in the Lower House, heibmrtted, was small, but it repre 5otesd the expressed will of the people, $e held that theo issues which had terved to bring about the double disso wution were not unimportant and tri vial. Preference to unionists ...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 July 1914

FORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. 'Ifhe ollowing isa littof telephone'atati and charges:__ hName Fi. 3mina. Additional ofgTown Conversation, 3mins. 'Brankcholme ild 6d Ityaduk is 9d Cape Ni:!on 2d 2d Cavendish ie 94 Lasaterton vial Branxholmc Is 9d Cuaterton via Hamilton Is 4d Is Goleraino Ils 4d la Condah . 6d 54 Crossle- Is 9d Dennington Li 9d Digby, via Branxholmo Is 9d Dunkeld la 9dl Glenthempson is 4d Is llawkesdeleI les 9d Hamilton Is 9d [Heywood 2d 2d Kentbruck ld ld Kirkatall le 9d Koroit . Is 9d Lake iola Is 10d 1 2d Macarthur Is 4d Is r:lorino, via Branxholrr ao s 9d Moaino, via Hamilton la 4d 1s Mount Gambrier la 9d Moyno Falls Ia; 9d Mlyam)n GdI 5ii Narrawong 2d 2d Nelseon ltd ld Penahutst Is 9d Port Fairy 8d 6d Port McDonne ,ls 4d is bipponhurat Is 9d Tyrendarra 3d 8d Yambuk 6d 5d *Wallacdal 8d bd Warrnambool Is 9 Wickliff. l Od la 2 Woolathorpe gdI Fee for messenger call, any person dind within one mile-3d. "Note.--Branxholre closes from p.m. to 4 p.m. daily, and on Wednesday...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 July 1914

RlMO1EDl) RHEtUMATIC PAINS. i ' lve great faith in Chamberl'in', Pain amLllL tys 5r. S. E. Hlancoli, .J.P., lud s A. "For years I suflteral with tisain ni 111. 1anana shoulders. fioght ona ya clhill. Now an application of Chanbetlata'a Pain hal n litnaves it. I reaaiu£ned CIhanIerlain's Pahin Ilah to all aalpr la fr, a ru ail ttiam." Si 1 by 'Iahoiapsitn nirce ad Cau.; THE TROUBLE I? A LD DISAPPIEAI"ID. ' :Some Twelve months ago," writes Mr. H. lirtiley, 2 Ebeleigh Street, Woollahra, NS.W. "V mylaulgher suffered considerably with chest complault and my a'ten'i n being cl'led to an advertisement on Chambteriain' Cough Remedy I decidol to buy it for her The improvemeils was so marked after a few doses that we continued to give her the Remedy, and after two bottles we were. n deed gratified to find that the trouble which we had dreaded migh become chronic had disappeared." Sold by Thomson, Brake and Co. For Children's Hacking Cough at Night Wood,' Great Peppermint Cure 1]6 SPECIALLY FO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 July 1914

-. ;.1, GO LADY'S RECOVERY. ': "'Nine yearr. ago I wa: a. grert 'i: f -er from 7it hturatiso. baiz' t1i'r 1: i:u t"re v•Ceks," writes Mrs. .-izr st. Quarry . d'go, "Vlc. t IAfter try ing several r e m edieas with little or no in ? - a pro•ement. `, ... I decided .i '~: to try Dr. S?Morse's in ,dla Root / ,.illr. At r ', , 0 1. ., I lt h a t p e r i o d I was haad iyrlded. having to hIobble about with i.e assitanlce of a walking stick. waher able to leave lny bed. The effect of Dr. Morse's Inldian Root Pills was mtarvellulls, and my .recovery -w?as rapid. I only useC half a bottle of Pilla and became myself once mrrare--restored to perfect health. I raut a woman of usulally vigorous health anld ant a great believer In your relmedy. My Ihusband also hlas faith ? if themrn for relief of UBaila;re and Kidl:ey Trouble." Or. Morse's Indian Root Pills proved dffective because they drove tile Uric Acid out of the system, purified tile T?ocd. and aided In thLe digestion and Sat:imitation of ...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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PORTLAND P.A. AND H. SOCIETY. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 July 1914

PORTLAND P.A. AND H. SOCIETY. ANNUAL. MEETING. The annual meeting of the Portland P. arid A. Society was held in the rown Hall on Tuesday evening There were prcsent:-Messrs, Hanlon (Presi lent), Fielding, Robins, E. A. Taylor, )'Donnell, Leeson, W. Jones. Langley, Grant, Cook, A.E. Jones, A. Osbourne, r. I. Smith, J. A. Johnston, W. P. Anderson, Martell, WV. Osbourne, E. Taylor, 8. R Clark, H. Baldwin, Sil vester and Crose.' An apology was re. ceived from Mr. H.M. Campbell, Vice President. The minutes of the last annual meet ing were read and confirmed. On the motion of Mr. Silvester the report and balance sheet, having been published, were taken as read. In reply to Mr. Leeson, the secretary said the item, "Wages, £49," included £35, the cost of erecting ticket offices, Mr. Fielding moved that the report and balance sheet be adopted, with the addition of the following words after "Wages"':-"Including £35 paid for improvements mentioned in the report." The motion was earried. TiThe ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 July 1914

bSt. 0t4 en's SUNDT)AY 2id August. Canon Carmichnel will preach morn ?f; atnd evening. Holy Communion at mid day. Baptist Church SUNDAY NEXT. Frcacher-Pa~tor HI. Boulter. *Tllie Dl)etilny of Clriset's Eneites: lHIll" L OST, on Sulnday, ton the BIridgewnter i ro;d, 1.a RI'U(. Finder rewllirdeclon omturning lit Len 1'lapiley'y.____ f 710 LET, twI furnishled rooni, corner 1 IhiI and (;awle r Street. Tersioi ji.'lederate Alply J. Kean, loul nagelnt, 4;:.wler strect. I RTI ' FIA I h llower, Bridal Wreaths &c., lltade Iy Mrs. A. K e l3lucgic Jl-ud. Orderi left. lit Mit's ileit7lulile's, ri\iiterer, l''ery streeCt. IF you want In Houiuli4ol<l or good Sepai rator interlviu 'i:W.; Ileller, local 'gen for the B1altic Iual aIl)airy lnhclin <ery Co, Tenders, SEtIURNAUL toithe un-lferigned. will be receiveild up till Wedi liul iy. Auriusa ith. for alteriti.lti to ih il1 of Dr.. lce iBia', Hllllrci treet. su n T. P H. MUlRPHIY. Australian Woman's National League. flt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 July 1914

SW. H E M E RS. CO CHBUILDER, General Blacksmuth, Wheelwright & Horseshoe, 1W f b ge to tihac' his numerous patrons for their liberal son port in the all bto ntify t'e' at 1 5vs o ciai'vs tirully thit it will his ostant aim :ltoir oan5len'e by do. uniformly good work. No~w ani Secoid-hiai'Biggles always on Hand. .unemithing Done, and all kinds of Agriuultural Implements.Repalred Caroful attention given to the tyreing of wheels. EstImates given,for all repairs, if required. Ea3sc-Shoeing Strictly Attondd. to . Rggie of all ia :riptionesoR'aptir?1,'ainta and renewed. ploogh Repaired trade Lightpst draught. 3 E lo Staple and Strong, They Cannot go Wrong. Yfmptocity is a great thing in a ewiog masltne,-especally when you lire t n the country and hare t fix it yourself. WARD BROS. Machin ea have fewer parts thon eAy other--nothing to get out of order. Pnd ou cheaperthan others We pay treight to your station. gbarantee every machine-and let you have it on easy terms. Write for ill...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 July 1914

DE ATHS. :::. sI 'lTI. -On thliiihtli J?uly , ati Branx holuec, Th7on's1 W0ebl6, ele'lstson 'of 0ho late Tlhomans andI Sophiiv- Siiilh.Percry hstret, l,P it ,nu 'IPorntldin HtouP I O , Ilranxhohne,J ged 75 yegls., ; .. sj'rTVENSON.-On July.2.50h, ab H:nii ilton, George Dyson Stvetsoni, young e.t son of the late isJosei land tlMarmy Stevenson, of l'irtltnd, aiid loi'ig brother of Mrs. Duni UnBllnrabi Wil litam Stevenson, lHamiltlio Alec. SIt Vensoill, lBridgelwtet, .Joseplh St:evenson, I lttiltmt, and Mrs. Cltrke, Dartmioor; aged 37 ye rs. TI'lUtSSDAY, JULY 30,. 191'.

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War Correspondents as Spies. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 July 1914

War Uorresponatents as Spies. Tho war corres-iondcnt has fallno n evil days, and tin tile "ha,.outteent Century." William Maxiwell gives tile roador an inside view of the -causes which have led to this depreciation. rho writer's personil exlperawies en tble aiin to speak with aitlority, and ho first notes that "tlhe telegraphl hias made the correspulldent, a enullro to tho arny which ha3 may have every do sire to serve." In practice he says it works out. in this way :- . The lpurpose' (f. an arny being to lofent the onomy, lnot to provide in tcresting "copy" for newspllaperes, the omniiaiider in the field makes it his busiiess to put obstacles betCween tihe dorrespondent and the telegraphl wire. Lo may disolihage his duty to his coun try ruthlessly or delicately, butI theI result is alrays the same. \Var lIreaks ,it ill tlh c;lulp, and soone Ir ( Inter omle disafflctcd correspondelct 'brcklls, iway" after a battle, illld lrking nl, peed to the cteareltst telegralph oflice beynid the...

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 August 1914

Pcttal A?zangEarcLte tklVItlD '10 DAhlk. Matleluor the andermaationed otlices awme a rortlaudcas follow: artiat ciud Adelaide 7.50 an. 7.60 am 7.50 a m 7.06 m e Ln it ltarat . ... .0. m 7.b60 a 760 a m 7.00 a no 7 t. 1 lattee . ... .... 8pmpm 9i Isranxholm - 7.60 am 7.50 am 7.50a a.m7.F0 a it 1.f1 asterton ... - 7.50 ' 7. 50am a7.0 m .50 a m" 7. .t t Uape Bridgewater - 9 am t em tape Nelson ** pm Uockatoo Valley. .50a am .Nourtbh P rtl d) - Uodrington _ mpm D B m ° F, m toeraine ... 7.10 am 7.60 aIm 7.6U. a .7.50 S m 7.60 am . Coadah ... -. 17.60cm 7.60 am 7.50 a 7' 0 am 7.50 a nm Dartmoor .. 75- in 7.70 am .i a n Drik Dr? k . ... .oam "7 1.?mO Engliah MailWednses t. days, 7.50 a.m.,. (lora .. . 8.50 am 8a 0 0 In liamitton ... 7.60 am 7.0 am 7.50 am 7.oa ni, 7 0ca In.Lt b ai Heywood .. 7.50am 7.50am 7.,50am 7.50am u7.0 am ? t kentbruck... ... 7.50 am 7.50U a m S(C Bridgawator - 9 am 9am Lyoa . ... 70 a 7.oa m MIelbourn. . 750 am 7.0a m 7.50 am .50' a m 7.50 a mt Merino ....... 7.0 a...

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LATER LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 August 1914

LATER LONDON, Sunday. (cermany has declared war againrst Hussia. Genrman (preparations are revealed, and France takes drastic steps to meet them. The Rlussians destroyed a frontiet bridge at Warsaw. Vienna railway telegraph is destroyel between France and Germany at t o'clock yesterday. Tcrrifie fighting is in progress be tween the Austrians and Serviarns at the Nish road pass. England blocks Germany in the North Sen, France controls thie Medi terranean, and Japan tihe East. All battleships of France, Englanl and urssia left outlying stations to gether. The crisis has produced an unpre. cedented financial upheaval. Ireland is united, and offers 200,000 troops to defend Britain. TheKXaiser, in a claracteris ic speech, defies the world.

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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 August 1914

iLW OSTAC RATES, The new postal rates, icluding the penny postage on letters, camoo in force on M?yy lbt. The reduced rates are as follow: TBROUGHOUT COM IOR W] ALT1R AND PAI'PI'A. Letter Id ,pe ? z. Lette atds,singli ,d .eae Do. reply,ld.each half. Postcards,etngl t Id . each Do. reply, Id. each half. Printed papers 04d .per 2 on. Books, pitnt t- - usi:ds ALntrali, 04 per 8;oz; n Australia Old .per 8 re. Manrazn es--'rinted in Australia, Old. per 8 oz.; printed outside Australia, D0d. per 4 oz. "Hansard," Od. per 12 oz. Commercial papgrs patterns, samples and mercl.az.dte, ld. per 2 oz. OVE1RESEA DOMINNION8 Letters frum the Cen.mctwtealth to the United Kiitgdtm, vcetrse dramiusiont, Brit ih colrnies and'prt;erctoraterb ecept the New Bebrides, Id. per j z. N.EW ZEALAD ANKD TU E ISLAiDS. The ra:ee to New Zealand, Figi and British Solu mot. 1slandb tre: Let . Id j oz. Po aids igle Id. D rep Id.ea Le ar itigl d. Do reply ,ld .eeh hal Magazies e d.' 8 z., additional 4 o 0id, Books, id. ...

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LATEST ENGLAND NOT YET INVOLVED London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 August 1914

LATEST ENG' LAND NOT YET INVOLVEI) London, Sunday. Eugland is isolated, Communications have beendestroyel and the first skirmish has taken place between Russia and Germany on the frontier. Germany asked France and England it they werehelping Russia. France's only reply was immediate mobilisation, which commenced at midnight. En, land has not yet replied. King George and the Minister of W\ar spent the night together discuss, ing the situation. Italy remains neutral.

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