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AUSTRIAN PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 August 1914

AUSTRIAN PiOCLAMATION, Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria, is a touchinC manifesto regretting his inability to consecrate his remaining years to peace, says he 'has been com pelled by a malevolent enemy's intri gues to grasp the sword and defend the monarchy's honour. He refers bit terly to Servia's ingratitude for Aus tria's past support. He had tried peacefully to persuade her to de.-ist from her criminal propaganda, which had resulted in a murderous, well car ried out conspiracy. He was fully con etious of his resptnsibility before the Almighty for the step taken. Archduke Joseph, heirzpresumptive to the Austrian throne, speaking from a balcony at the Royal Palace, Buda pest, said, "Brothers, we go together and fight together and fight together either to bring glory home or die to gether."

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 August 1914

Postal AnangtlErsti BMVI-ED 1'TO lDAI. ,iiutor ths undermeationed officesa usloH at Po tlanisaa follow: Ilnrat ... ... 17.6U am 7.60 am 7,50 a n 7.50b an, 7. "u e. e . Fa 7.p0 0.0 t7o0 . 5- - ,ajotat tad Addl~lct 7.60 a n. 7.60 a m 17.tt a Ni .11, am 7.Ii1. son - Brauinolmo -- 7.60 am 7.50 am 7.50 a mi 7.50 am 7.1 a aoterton ... .- 17.60 am 7.60am 7.60 a m' 7.60 a m .( .a Uape bridguwater - am ,- I m Uape feelson , 2 i m Uuckatoo Valley .. abNor ...rt.a0a) 8.10a . 6ra n Uodrington " - 0j 9m m. pm ! Unloleriae ...t 1.0 am 7.50 am 7.0 a a. 7.50, m 7 ,60 am Uonadah ... .. 7.60 am 7.50 am 7.50 am 7,U a n7 .60 a l DLrtmoor .. . 7.60 am 7.0. Drik Drik .. ... 7.50 am 7.] 0 on Eaglisb Mail,Wedtes. -. dcays, 7.5 a.,m.. Orase . ... 8.10am 6"0amo Ulmilton ... -I.1 am 17.10 a-m 7.0 am 71.Oan i . 50am 7j " ab idywood .. . ... 1.0am 7.?0am 7.50a?m 7.0am 7.0,a'm t11'. IKentbruck... . ... : 7.50 am 7.U a LC Brligewats r - 9 am am Lyoas .. ... . 7 0 a 7.n.0 am M1 lourn .. .. 750am .60am 7.50am 7.50 ...

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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 August 1914

MEW CSTAC RATESE The new postal rates, i,.clnding the jpenny postage on lettero, c?he in force 1on May slet. The reduced .rates are as follow: THROUGHOUT COMblIOIN WEALTH AND I'PAPU'A. Letter ld ,pct 1tz. Lette ards,qitgl ,d . ce Do. reply ,ld.each tall. Poetcarde,engl :Id, eath Do. reply, Id. euch half. Printed paper 04d .pejtr 2 o,. Books, pa inis t --s ,0: t,, Abe))alia,, 04 Iper 8:oz;. n Australia Ofd .per 8 ez. BlaMzmn es-- 'riottd in Australia, Od. per 8 oz.; printed outside Australia, Old. per 4 oz. "Hansard," 1ld. per 12 c.. Cnmmnercial paplera patterns, samplea and mereset diCe, Id. pi r 2 <1. OVERSEEA I£AtI]IONS Letters frtn the CI mi ti eallh to the United Kir gdt m, i ve.~ea dt ilhionni, BIritih colet.iCe and prctttorBbteb ewCtpt the New Hebbidee, ld. per . i2. NEW ZEALAND AND IIEI ISLANDS. The rates to New Zealantd, Figi and Britleh Sol, mno, Itlatid. are: Let Id 4 oz. l'o aids igle ld. D rep Id.ea Le ar ingl d. Do reply ,Id .each hal Magazitea id. 8 cs., add...

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WAR IN EUROPE. ENGLAND DECLARES WAR AGAINST GERMANY. SIR E. GREY'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 August 1914

WAR IN EUROPE. (RU?TEn'8 TELEGaIAM) ENCLAND DECLARES WAR ACAINST CERMANY. SIR E. GREY'S SPEECH, ITtense excitement provailedl at Wl-. minster on Tuesday, when" tile IIous of Commons met tc Ileail the announc. Inent of the Ooverument's intentions Sir E. Grey said:-- ' "I Task the iHouse to lapproach the crihi from the viewpoint of British interests British honor, and British obligations, can nassure thLe IHouse tlim unti yesterday ;he Goverlmenlllt ldid not give anl. c.olry a plromise of more than .diplomatic s up port. '"We, moreover, haic nI o cllotlruedl anything previously done by the other Powerols as rcstricting our freedom to de cide as to our action in the'prlesest crisis. France is involved under a ldeinite-alli. ance with Russia. Thalt olligation doe., not apply to us. :Great' Britain is not a party to the Fumco-Ru.ssian alliance. "The French fleeRt has conceltlated is the Mediterranean. On alccollit of the Anglo-French friendship we could not stand asidie and leave the Fre...

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Market Report [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 August 1914

Market Report The Australian, Merrca'ntile, Land and Finance Company Ltd. report. .30tlh .Jily,.191).1. Owing to thle disturbed state of af fails ill Eulop' a numbLer of buyers" orderls hi ve bec!i cianellehd, and ,at a meeitng of tle WVoolbiketrs' Associa tion it waLs consid' eil advisable to postlione tlitd: ieepssldi k iro s tliswecek. -Iides-Good suppllies a'nro ofifrted at aruction this ?wwe'lk .lIil weights were unaltered, huit lighl: weights shlbowed:t 'a weaker ttideney, and all heaivy wveihts IanId slopp)y eonditioned lines declic td pec bt. Tallow.-- Ketc conlpetition ruled thliroughoti.t the salt titus week, ll dt e scriptions sell ing firm andt utnchlngetd.

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PROGRESS OF THE WAR. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 August 1914

PRiOGRESS OF THE WARl. London, '¶ueesday. Turkey is mnobb!ising. (Germsiny refused EiEngland's request tihat thle neutrality of. Belgium ishold be respected. Several minor engagements have oc curred on thle Frenoh frontier. The I"French inflicted considerable loss upon tlle Gerimanis at Petit Cruisix. A party of Uhlans, who attacked a Freel force near Belfort, was repulsed by tile French with severe loss through the.use of' machine guns. The French Customs Guard retired at first, lthuis iiducing the tUhlans to rush forwars. A number was killed and many taken prisoners. A second attempt-to capture the position also failed. The Germans occupy tlsrec largo large frontier towns in Poland. The German fleet is apparently bottled up in Kicl harbour. :Kiing Albert leads the Belgianalsmy. The Honse of Conmmons passed a war credit of one hundi'ed million guineas. A naval battle is proceeding off Flikmborough Head betweei sona Frenlch and German warships. Austriss is withdrawing muen from Serv...

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CAPE BRIDGEWATER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 August 1914

CAPE EBRIDCEWATER. (From our corre.podent.) The weather for the plst month has been stormy and cold, with occasional frosts, which hasve sonmehat retarded the growth in grass aId crops. Stock are showing the effects of the .severe weather, but a few warm sunny days will wo, k wonders The* raiufall for the month was 3 inches 55 points, making a total for the yearof I inches 8G points. The demand for stock con tinues and there is a fair number t.sbe yardedl at Mr. A. E. Smith and Cu's sale on the B h. Miessrs. Wal.-h and Sharp, cntract tors, have fir!isih lbeir contract on the Cape Brldaew ,er road in a.very cred itable manner. What 'was once a quar:ter of is mi'eof sandy hillis now a splendid metal road, wi.h a nice even grade. This spot h'as been a blot on the road for many years, and the chtange will be. mnuch appreciated by the pub!ic, especial'y in the suumnmer, when the tourist trattlic is so heavy. TheI thanks of the residents are dlue to Mr. WV. F. Hedditchl, who at his own ex...

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WAR IN EUROPE. THE BREACH WIDENS. GERMANY INVADES FRANCE. VIOLATES RIGHTS OF NEUTRAL POWERS. ENGLAND DECLARES WAR AGAINST GERMANY. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 August 1914

WAR IN EUROPE. I I-- (ReUTER's TELEGRAM.) THE BREACH WIDENS. GERMIAY INVADES FRANCE. VIOLATES RIGHTS OF NEU T'RAL POWERS. ENCLAND DECLARES WAR AGAINST CERMANY. LONDON, Monday. It is reported that the Germans have invaded France at Cirey, near Nancy, and the Russians have attacked the 4erimanS on the Warthe river by the radvay bridge near Neustadr. The Bssians were repulsed. Great Britain enqaired from Berlin as to whether Germany was prepared to respect Belgium's neutrality. Ger many0s reply is that she is unab'e to 5nswer. A telegram fro0m -Liege states' that 20,000 Germans crossed the frbntier at Nanscy, and wrere repulsed with heavy The Germans are stated to be ad .acing on Longwy, in Prussia. The Russians attacked Miloslay, a station in Prussia, but were checked. A strong columu then crossed the frontier at Schwidden, and a force of Cossacks is now advancing do Johannisburg, in EBast Prussia. LosDo~, Monday. Sir Edward Grey has announdeJ in the House of Commons that should the G...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 August 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. alnI ollowing is a lint of telephonestati and charges:-_ huamec Fi. 3mine. Additional OflTown Convroation. 3mms. 0liranxholme ?8d 5d LByaduk I Pd Capl Jbc:!uon 2d 2d Cavendish 1 9d *Casterton via BIranxholmo l1 e Guaterton via Hamilton Isl 4d Coleraine Is 44 Is Condih " £;d 5d Croaule Is 9d Dennlngloa l.t 9d Digby, via Branxlolme Is Pd IDunkold Is Pd GOlenthompaon ls 4d I1 Hawkcsdr le lem Pd Hamijlton Is Od [Heywood 2d 2d Kentbruck 6d 1d Kirkstall 1. Pd Koroit Is Pd Lake loll is 10d I 2d Mlacarthur I 4d Is lcMerino, via lBranxholn o Is d bleotino, via Hamilton ls 4d Is .Mount Gambier Is Pd Moyne Falls Is; Sd Mlyammn Sd' 54 Narrawong 2d 2d Nelsoun Sd 6d Penal~utt Ins d Port Fairy Sd Sd Port blcDonne la 4d l1 Hipponhurat lI Pd Tyrendarra Id 1d Yambuk 6d 5d Wallacedoal Sd Od Warrnambool I d Wickliff la 10d 1 2 Woolethorpe Is pd Foo for messenger call, any Ferson dind wIlhin one mile-Sd. *Note.--Branxholm~o cloans from p.m. to 1 p.m. daily, and on Wednenday ro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 August 1914

SPI'C1ALLYI FOR LADIES. The "Nateura" Health Coy's lady represent Otive, Melbourne, regre's that she was un abli to cee all her many eallors at Portland 'Those disappointed at not seeing helr and sther ladies who healdth is causilng themo anxiety, airo remilnded. that tihe"Natura. ]eIlth Co. is able to treat patients equally as well tlrotighl tlhe post as personally, tand that the Company will be pleased to advlise lherl from lMelhourne logarding their health. lolharge whatever is made forsuct advice. iO receipt af 2d. postage a valulable Health 'Uidie fJr IIwomen and girls will be sent free Address Dept. CLI, "Naturna" Helth Co O Eliztbeth Street Melbourne. 'r Chbildrea' echking Cough at Niaht • oOd, GrIat Peppermint Cure 1/6 ,ALWAYS (tIVES RELIEF. "Ei. l? i y i son iReggie was twelvo illlta (Iil I have given hlim Clhamberlain's 9aueth RIellely fur or croup.°' saye MIr. Joe. it \\du, 'rrn, N.S.W. iNo bnatter late :batt the attacok may be, otor a fjw. ,tta t" hletiiiberlai'l. o Cboa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 August 1914

Rheumatism. rCtNDIGO LADY'S RECOVERY. "Nine yeaprs ago I was a gre;It sul ierer f'o't Rllheumatisn. being ladl ili Thr three week.s," writes Mrs. El,:i. brth Ilray. (it ('?.l r,', l - st., Quarry ?.?Illi~l. lien digi, Vie. 't -r try tig several C C rlii Oilit?. • rie nr etin-l wih littlei #" R~lt. fr Iovemen "· I decided -.'?-I[-?-;; o try 1)r. Morses hton I was batl Indeied, ha?'iig to Itobble abnlout writhl the aissisotlanee of a wallkilng lilek. when able lto leave my Ibedl. The eRfect of lr. Morse's Indian Root Pills a IIuI arvellous. and nly recovery was rap:d. I only useC half a bottle of Pl'iltls aud became myself aoce mwore-rcstotred to perfect healtlh. I rm a woOlman Lf usually rlgoroui hInclth andi am a great Ielle'ver in your remedy. My ihunsbantd also haIllt faith In thern for relief of Itackthe nod Kidney Tronble." Dr. 5Morse's Ind:ian Itoot Pills provedl cffective because they drove thle Uric Acid cut of the system, puritledl the I.lood. and ailhd in the dligestlion an...

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Portland Hospital [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 August 1914

Portland Hospital The 'ordinary monthly meeting of the committee was held at the Town Hall on Tiesday. Present-The President (Mr. Long), Rev. W. Tait, Messrs. Wyatt, F. Marshall, Bourbaud and Woods,. REPORTS. Front superintendent, report'ng that since last meeting two patients had been admitted and five discl arged, leaving three-two females ar.d one male. From the medical officer, to the same effect. From Visiting Commi:teo (Messrs Woods and Marshall) reporting having visised the hrspital regularly and found everything in good order. A gas clan deli' r had been installed in the newly renovated room, a new gas jet in the wotran's ward, also a gas bracket in the passage for heating nmilk and water as requirid. They recommended that an enamellid portable bath he ordered from Melbourne, and an elevated for the use of the kitchen would save la bor and make the work of the cook more pleasant. Twenty tons of firewood was required t .once.-It was decided to procure a bath through Mr. \al p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 August 1914

--OARD and Residence, good taIle, nicolocality: terms mloderate. Mrs. _-ron, HIurd street, four doorls from Julin 6tret. -OCIALS-All Saints' Social, will be helcd in Oddfellows' Hall (In TU'l'iS I4AY, the 11th, and FUID.)\Y, the 21st august, 1914. P. O'Donnell, hon. see. O LET, two furnishedl roeis, corner lHurld and Gawler street?s. Terns snoderate. Appl)y .l. Keian, house agent, i;nwler street. TVIFICIAL Flowers, Biridal WreathI, Ac., iaideo ly Mrs. A. E. Ileaugle. Iole. Older·s left at Miss lleazledine's, fnniteier, l'eley street. IF you wslnt a Ilouselholi or good Sepa rator interview W. Ilelners, Iceal ageon for the Baltic Paashl Dairy Machul ery Co, W.C.T.U. ANNIVERSARY, a??d League of Hope CONCERT In Ohlfclowvs Ialll on Friday, the 7th August, Conmmencing at 7.30. Spenker-- l1SS BIILL.S, of l'endigo ''iekcter--1ronit scots 1/, Back setats Gd Portland Pictures. R. GtANT, P'roprietor. FREE LIERAltY IfALLI. Wednesday, AUG 12 Doors open 7.:;30. StruL 8 shIuIrp.i l'Triccs all liar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 August 1914

..... ".. R .~ HE ME RS ir·· CO CHBUILDER. General Blacks ?lth elwright & Horse'oer" PEROY STREET, POCITLAND. r. s io; t ti-wk hlio rnumerouo patrons for thiir illboraedu port itn the aI itinifv thustI rtisc aitii .pirillv thaat it will hia eatant aim ttr oni aaw hi g?7d'i "uriiforieily~good work. N?w O.pISaco0l-hvi Bggloes always on Hand. e'unsithing Dote, and all kinds of Agrial?ltital Implmen.?fsn epaired. ii Careful attentoiOn gen to the tyrefug ol wheelo. . Eltimates g ven br ?l,?epairs, if required. torso Shooling Striotly AttonOat to, | ie ou i ill l rip iori P ipaire l,'diinto ed renawed. Ilough Repaired hfade Lighteet draught .t .: " . . .: ': ' ?? ' ?" ' "d?; ?t ., '?1{ .' . . .. • ,,.,;: ., : '7 ., :. ? ·:".. , · ?':ti ORLR E3 liX So Shoyfe and Strong, They C~onuot go Wrong. gtYonlptl urise agt thing dc na sewing nracfulnC,-epettltt' wrhen eou live In othe country and hae it i1~llyoursell. WARD BROS. afe tchlne hane feer parts thnr ? d oDher--nothing to cget out o...

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Borough Council WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 August 1914

Borough Council WIogns.w, Auous't 5. . Present-The MLayor (Cr Will am son) and Ors. Woods, Wyatt, Coulch, Davis, Marshall and Smith. COIRIESPONDENCu, From Department of Lands and Suir vev, asking for particulars regarding the Council's desirled reservation of gaol site,-Attended to. From L. Osbourne, hon. scretary St. Stephen'? a ladies' iWork Party, ap plying for use of Henty Par4 on Wed. nleslday, January 13.-- ranted. lFrom P. Enmuett, making a claimn for £6 on W. lBaker's contract ·for lqularrying.-Rlccei sed. Froirm Mute of Wycheproof, advocat. ing a conmuon valuation (preferably tho State) and a ma?orial reduction of the cost for supplying same to munici palities.--Rceived, tho mantter to be diseussed at the Municipal Conference. From C. I. G. Anderson, Divisional Returning O(licer for Wannon, apply. Ing for use of town hall as a polling booth on bept. 5, and oflering 30/for one day.-On the motion of Or. Wyatt it was decided to chlarge j a tor two days. Fromn Trustcees Executo...

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CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 August 1914

Cosxotrr.-The W\.O.T.U. will ]hold their 27th anniversary in the Odd fellows', hall next Friday, ait 7 30.'This will be a very interesting and educa tional meeting, as Mills, of Bcndigo, who is well reportedtl wherever lhe spcnkls, will give some informaition on the forward tempera:nce tnovremlnt whlicl is much before the public ht present. Thle League of I-[ope will tmake their first ptllic aippearaince atnd contribute' songs, recitatitons, &. T'.'he Mliyor will preside. Wdod'aGreat Pelppernilt Cure, For Coughs and Cold i never fails, 1/0f Tiic WAn."-- ~Sine the commnence menlt of t he crisis which'hls eventuated in Greiat .B'itain beecomint, embroiled in ai Fuopanh war thait is frnught with stupendous possibilities tlhe people of Portlland, no les than those of othler towns, Ihave evinced a keetI nd dintel ligent interest in the trend of events, tand we have dorie onr best to supply themi with the latesst news. Our Mel bourne coi'espondent, as well as leu ter's, ageney, hi...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 August 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. ilh ollolsing isan listof telephon:elati and charges:-. hams Fi. 3mina. Additional ofDTowZn Convorsation, 3mims. iBranxholme 1bd Cd iiyaduk is Cd Unpe NY!oon 2d 2d Cavendish ia 04 *Caatsrton via irsaxholme l Cd Caitarton via Hamilton l 4d ii Voleraine la 4d ia Condahi hid d Crostley is Cd Dsnnsington 1J 94 Digby, via Braoxholme ia Cd Dunkold l Cd Glenthompoon le 4d Is ilawkeodolo slj Cd ilaiiiilton la Cd eUoywood 2d 2d Kentlrucck 'd lid Kirksiall la Cd Komoit is Cd Lako Bola ul 10d 1 2d Macarthur la 4d la hlrrino, via irsoxioirro Is Cd lamilton la 4d la t1ount Gamobier Is 9d Moyne Falla l1R 9d blynlm n 6d! , 5i h'arrawoug 2d 2d Nelson ad 6d Punalhurst Is 3d Part Fairy . 8d 6d Port McDonno ls 4d la Ilipponhurst la 9d Tyrotldarra 3d 3d Yombuk 6d 3d *Wallacedml 8d d WVarrnambool Is 9 Wickliff la lOd Is 2 Woolsthorpe Is d Fee for messaenger aonll, any eorson dind wilhin on. milc--3d. =Nolo.-lraonxlol.e closer from p.m. to 4 p.m. daily, and on Wednesday rom noo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 August 1914

"Trll; E"ve:.'?. -JLTr. Almehn.nlllt, tonsl~tll ilog clticiiln, f EClllong, will' visit J',utlhdr;dl.t, Idi dhy, A\tigust 7th,a nd sra le unuccrlr.tcd al~t Mh'. Mlrtrell's plalnuIa I,.y. FT?,r (t. i'i, lbj . I'rl, kar Cph at h'igl.L W G?a 'Grt 'Il' .izr Cure 1/6 "t b'era tlre?.tliln catc0'ypt, t11e ? w, l- iIp I,!:u?,lu ith ?.t?,?1h; 3'he~ ,rni·I, a splau!id luspll in hec, Whll~~~~odocor sHI his "hadn"t H 5Vith [('e.dy plRe, the |'eppeUrm.inl Care, Ad I ies! h it ml horvs totmt; As I1h?uy' wat their (it ily rmuttd. JOD PRINTING AT MELBOURNE PRIOES. O it, .c( lide, i' tir e bhding the o ci tiade,a?ad frdirgthati good • it veil ic r0n:from til district B urae,w haveprocured TIHE BEST MACHINF 1N THI MARKET aro now prepared to ompote with the metropolitan pri!te on hi cown terms GOLDSMITH & DAVIS SoB?I?SERVER OFFICE UAD'AME WEiGEL'8 SCut Paper Patterna. Perfoct Fit X1? T HAXU UP, jim .um 34 PCH tILrES FEl ACIent CHARULES FrlENCL- OJs,.ute Canti;patio:1 C'i -CJM!E 3Y GR. MCP.S.'G...

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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. IMMIGRATION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 August 1914

GORRESPONDENCE It is to be diszilnctly understood that we ", uo waiy idlenti?ourseltes witL theopinion ezpressed byr oer crrespondents. I1MMIGRATION. (To the Editor.) Sir,--Immigration is a vital principle in the Liberal policy. It means, at its best, the importation of human brings, white, sound, untainted by crime, at the expense, partly or wholly, of the States and Uommonwealth. In hiis policy speech the Federal Premier said immigrationis fundamentally necessary to our nationol existence. An increase of population is required to defend our "g3odly herltace" and to fill the "va cant spaces" of this vast continent. These arguments are not new. They ate the relies of rhe policy of a states man who drew his inspiration from a newspaper attic. Apart fromnt defence Rod settlement this question nutst be considered in its economnic aspect. The Federel Premier is a sound economist, b tt he has studiously avoided showing how an influx of population at the public expense would alffect the w...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 August 1914

ON3 WORD ft TYME Is better than two afterwards. A chance to protir by another's experience It is a strange thing how people will put away and opportunity until too late, IL's only little things that go to make up our every day life; the trouble is we don't pay sufficient attention to them. Backache is a little thing. Sotnetises it came. after a hard day's work, or a slight co'd, "It will sse off", you say, "it's only the result on overtaxing the back " Is isn't the fault of your bhck, but your kidneys. The exertton of st:raining has interfered with their delicate mechanism. You call it backache, but it really is kidney ache. If the kidneys are not relieved, chroasic disorders set in, and thts is where, the little thing should not be passed over. This woman has learned to appreciate what delay miesns: Mrs E. Walker, Lonsdsle Street, Ham ilton, says:-"Fourteen vesra ago I sRated that Doant's Backache Kidney PillS had cured me of kidney troubtle. I have since seen that statement appear...

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