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Market Report [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 August 1914
Market Report The Auitraliian, Alerenntile,, Lnrid Jand FiwuIIce Coupaiy ,Ltd.u rp r,. " o r ' . "oth ,July, 191-4. Owis y to the; disturbed statelt of af audus In a .Lctn enciilechd, iauI it ii llldiF i c i f ?lpiva s?mb, olfc iiy~r i rcetirgi if thie W'€olbr, okr"s' Associlt " 1: ?p rCe Il£6.*hapki,?}in sal-,s this weekL. R i· . lid"G--Gr d ;Uppllies wd r'e ollflfered : t atn tia n this· wic. Iii, weght s'. c- el iiltaidll , Lut. lightll weigllts il;or td i \mui lr tcrldlncy, and o il " rI .ei( i lihiats i.(d rslolppy coilitio,?erl ;'lillc d clilllr ,c d I cr lIIb. : Til'iw.-- ]iut cuinmetitho ruhld J h.l ic al.. ut the .le this week, nill ie d u ilptio(i zi ellig ihn and uil iiaili 'ged.l
CAPE BRIDGEWATER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 August 1914
CAPE BRIDCEWATER. (Fromn our correpltndent ) Tlre weather for the pst monuth hat lioen elottmy ROand col, with ocasiionni fr st, hs, :chl have somullehat retadiil the grow th in grise and cropa. Sto?k nre hliVingi tIhe ,ffect. of he severe ealllter, bit a few wart sunny days wi!t wti.k wonders Trhl rainfsli fur the unwth ,as 3.in ches i55 points, nuakirg it titl fir the ye irif I inche4 MG plinti. The dnemahtl for stock cur iinues nwl there is a f ir nuimber t bhe yrardtdtl Mr. A. E. Smith and Cu's •sale cn thi 5 5. l~tsr~.. ?s ilh nt.d Sharp, e ntract ttn., lt t. filiil, thl ir contrnct on the Cripe Biudt. iwter rtad in a vLry cred irabtl n.niMier. lhiat was cnce i. qnli.ter ti a ii' of sandy )hill is now a sp!tndid rmlul iotid, jilh a tieC evet. geade. 'lh's slot has beenr a blut ot tlo ronrd for miniy years. aid thle cltnaige sil: be ulucb aslpreciated by ihc ptlb!ic, esfecial'y in the sunl tner, lhent the Itutist tuflic ie so Iheavy. 'Ilhelth.ukt otf Ihe residents are due to Mlr...
WAR IN EUROPE. PROGRESS OF THE WAR. BELGIAN RESISTANCE. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 August 1914
WAR IN EUROPE. pnriOGltESS OF THE WAR. BELGIAN RESISTANCE. London, Wednesday. Delgium is offering unexpected resis tnce to Germany. It is ollicially stated that fircree fight inag took place in the environs :of Liege early this mormng. All the German attacks were repulsed. No German who asscd the ports survived. Is is reported that Fort Liers routed tao regiments of cavalry which crossed the 3Meuse snd proverted the infantry crossieg the stream. The Belgian War Office reports the German losses to be enormous. The heroisos of the Belgians was superb, Eight hundred Germ.ans who were ,ounded are coming to Brussels. Reuter's carrespondenb at Brussels states that the Germans were corm p'etely repulsed to Freron, and were unable to renew the attack on Liege.
NAVAL BATTLE IN THE NORTH SEA. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 August 1914
NAAVAL BATTLE IN TEI NORTH SEA. London, Thursday. The German high sea fleet was last TPported to be near Heligoland: It is expected that the German fleet is now seeking to destroy the Russian Baltic squadron. A big ongagement is reported as hav I"n occurred in the North Sea. It is fficially reported that the British fleet secured a victory over the Germnn. Germany's naval tactics against Great Britain will probably be similar to those of the Russians at Port Arthur: She will keep the navy in -shelter at Wilhelnshaven and trust to submarines and torpedoes to reduce the' strength of the investing British fleet
THE COST OF LIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 August 1914
THE COST OF LIVINC. The Slato Geoernment of South Australia is endeavoring t& arrange a conference between the Primec Minister and State Premiers on Wednesday next in Melbourne with a view of discussing questions arising out .of "The present crisis. One of the questions wi.l be the best means to ensuresthat the. ne cessaries of life. shall be available for the community at a reasonable cost, In the opinion of the Government there is "no excuse for a serious' rise iu such commodities as.mean, flour, buttse.j ems or other produce which is produced lo cally. The GoVernmenti will bot hesi'. tete to seek the fullest powerseio check any attempt in this direction. Tho'e depending upon smell meass will have enough troubles to foes-without having unnecessary increase added to tbe obot oe.living. Sir Alexander Peacwck, Premieriof Victoria, said:--"I'noticed a statenseot in the press to the effect that the price of fliur has been raised without justifl cation. My comment on that). is t...
Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 August 1914
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MELBOURNE, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 August 1914
hMELBOURNkE, Fridaty night. Ten thousand German c~valry dashed througi Luxemberg and essa'yed to rcss ongiwy, but were repuled .by the thfor lts, battelios and mnachin guns. The Oermans retroneated, leaving many killed and wounded. The Germaa and British fleets in the North Sea are now not far apart. The Germans demanded the surren. der of Liege. The Belgians answered, "No; you take it. The Germans haLve 80,000 men at tacking Liege. The German cruiper Emden and the Russian cruiser Askolduengaged in a fierce cngagement off Peking, and both were sunk. The French are holding thie Germans? in check along the frontier. The British Government has ac ceptel thle Comlmonwealth's ofler of 20,000 troops, and the work of enrol mcnt is being hastened. The Austrians are again storming Belgrade, the capital of Servia. Latest cable says the North Sea battle is over smnd the British won. Of ficial details are expected in the morn iug Fremantle, Tharsday. The Nord Deutscher Lloyd steamer Griefswald ...
NEW POSTAGE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 August 1914
HLW CSTAC RATIS? The new pootal rates, i.clodIng the penny poetlge on letters, cme In force on May lst. The reduced rates ate as fllow:t THI1OUGIOUT CONnlON WEALTM AND PAl UIA. Letter ld ,pet it. Lett e ards,singl ,d .ear Do. reply ,1d .each half. I'Poeards,angle ,Id ld.each Do. reply, ld. eacrh half. I'rinttd papers Oldd .per 2 orn. looks, prieent'-- ura'el A u-ealia, f'I per 8;oz;. n Australia O.d .per 8 cr. Maeazon es--Printtd il Australia, Olad. per 8 ni.; printed outside Australia, 0jd. per 4 oz. "?lanard," Old. per 12 c. . Commercial papers .palterns, ssmples and oeercthtrdere, ld. per 2 oz. OVE?1EA DOI?'IlN]ONS Letters from Ite Ct.nt: nu 'wealth to the United Kiz.gdemn, ovetse dt minions, British colonies and lprrectorates except the New Hebrides, Id. per ? e z. NEW ZEALAND AND T'IhE ISLANDS. The ra:ee to New Zealand, Figi aid British Solemne IluandE are: Let Id j oz. Po aids ogle ld. D rep id.ea Le, or iigl d. Do reply ,;ld .eachl ha MIagazites id. 8 tz., additional 4 o 04d....
BRITISH ARMY. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 August 1914
BRITISH ARMY. . London, TLursday. It is announced that General Sir Ian Hamilton will command the home army and that Lord Kitchener has accepted tile portfolio ea Secretary of. State for War. Torclo, Wednesday. Tile Japanese Foreig'n Officer has issued a statement reiterating that Japan will take the necessary measures to discharge her obligations to Gteaet Britain, LDONoir, Wednesday. The British Government will ask Parliamenb to vote £100,000,000, to. morrow. The Government will issue £3,000,000 in pound and ~en shil!ing notes. Afterwards the issue will be £5,000,000 daily. It is officially *announced that Mr. U. BI. Trevlyn, of thie Board of Edu. cation, has resigned. Earl Beauchamp wiil succeed Lord Morley as Lord President of the Council, and Mr" unecimanro will succeedMr, John'Burns as Prrsident of the Local Goveriinienb Board. Mr. Aastermnan's resignation is denied. Austria Ihas declared war against Russia America has mobilized, but will re marn stric:ly neutral. Japan lhas re...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 August 1914
Commonwealth of .&ustralia. "1HE COMMONWIEALTH ELECTOI:AL ACT'. STATE OF VIC'T'OIIA. -LEC'O)AI. )DIVISION OF WANNON. J1HIE following IperLson Ithave beenl duly i ontllinated its cantlitdtes: for the -lecluio' (,f ,o metletter ftr the HIotse of 3tcpreo.-tntativee for the alove division to ,er'e inl the I'trlitrnent of the Cona.lllltln .ae'altlh:- .N'EIL. MACKINNON, of (orke, FartLer. .InRTiHUI STANISILAUS I'ODU(IiS, of1 Hlorahlnil, I"armer. A poll will niccordingly h)o' tikae t'o Snaturtl')y, the "itll daty of .Sepltemtlet, .1914, it ancortla.nttt with the Ila rtf the 4,otuttonwctlth for the 'regulhttion of l'ar Jiaoenttury elhction.t. Tihe 'Ill will lcn atl cightll o',clock in Ithe ml'oil tng, atnt will ),ot close all elCe t pr~l~lesen'l ill the lilieg hoothl, et eight ,ctlock i h the ceveing, unld (lesiri.ig to ,ote. hluVe votetd. 'I'he jullitng lulaces autluuiithtd for tht ]Divisiontt ndtl lIre'cried for tie seuveral uta-liviarsiotu trle its fllhow:- SUI'IVI\ISION OF AlIiA...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 August 1914
@WHEMERIS. O0KGHBUILD ER, GereorrA Blacksmirth, Wheelwright & Horseshoer .PE'ROY STREET, POPTLND. Fri. hlas to t'ne' hio nurnorous patrons for their liberal an port in tho ,all t t>notfy ytin t I 't ro3d1 *h.isprie ily i1Is it will 13i "staut aIm tb-dr cood lanios by th; uniformnly *good work. Nou~v anl Soooo idhawl B'gglos jnhays on1Haud, .,nonoithiog Done, andI all kindo of Agrioultural Imsplemeots Repaired Caroful abtotlunti glveano tfhe tyroing,oI erheolo. Eotimatoo"1ven for all repaIrs, if required. lireshon Strictly Attonded '. oei f oll i s rip riln Rspoiro l,'.Fainto 1 and renewod. l'lough lRepoirtd bl\ade Lightest draught. ?IR.Cdff Strnpte ed ttroeg, S They Connot go Wrong. Gu ttpytc'y t n great thie gn lo I tl eigachi ne ,-eof ecallymke whaen ? eyou teetntha e country na d tiaf e t Cfiu ityourset! "WARD FRS0 PRfND AGTP Cu leo have lewer parts thn 1 nl o 1her-enothtng to ret pot of o ape r th e e? wro otlustrolatd Ot alog poe'S - Dyfree. P s i et ;c. e And you rt...
WAR IN EUROPE. FURTHER GERMAN LOSSES. INDECISIVE NAVAL ACTION London, Friday morning. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 August 1914
WAR IN EUROPE. FUlTIIEII 1 E 0 RMAN OSSesi INJ)EC"IST Y NAVAL ACTION London, iFridccy cnorninej. -Reports ftir o two source. state tiet iin tue naval engagement in the North Sect betwcncc dt h ia ritisic cni Gcmnna flehts ncinctccn Gcrcccccn. cvaclcips wcec sunk. Later. Mr.PChc uchill deccies the sickicng of nicnetcc ships. Mhe~lboucc e, Scctcurdcy. Alticou gI the O ercnccman lost 000 bhfoc c ie cc, icciothecr attacck witc 100,000 eisepccted. Aust i ca ics focncdly cledicc war ccaincccst Itussci. Ih ie .Jritisic rciSer Acncphlionc struck c Inine. cccd sccnk, switl 13o ciccl. (clrmcany3 macccdc. die. clcccious pc-u. p)o5:l tihat Jcnglaiccc sicouid drop Fccccce Enclcgic:ci is cocnsidecing ac ilicu fecrsnud. iug 200,000 men to iBeigicccmc. A -Gcciccccii torpedo iebocct exilodelod ccccd sanCck withil hai -iinds. Two Iccindrc cx tihocsccndi GUecmCceccs, icc* cliccdircg 12,i 000 i lccrvy cccI1 0cil cuccs, hIccccc crubsed tlie dilliuiecc. fecrticca froccc Iwo dilirect soccrces. .Ihc Nortic...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 August 1914
M?tssr,. Miller Bros., dentists, ma11y e consulted at tlhe London Hotel on Wed nes(hdLy. For Children., HI.cking Cough at ighl Wbodb'Great Peppormint Core 1/6 R'ABuil DEsTnucTlON.- Lntdo wners whlu have not yet received a pamphlet containing recipes and instructions for poisoning, &c, as prepared by Mr. F. E. Alhin, miay obtain ono by applying to Mr,' J; I. Staff, inspec(or, Mysmyn. FoR ACTIVE S-tvicC.-In accorda n with tihe proclamation authorising the calling oum for active service of tie Commonwealth citizen forces, a con tingent of the Portland Naval Cadets, inumbering fourteen, was entrained fur Melboirne on Saturday inor.in.g Tlhe cull only canme the previous evening, so tlit very little time was allowed for preparation. Considerable public inter est wris manifested in the departure of thi cadets as being the first fruits of our conmpulsory system of military traininig, uandl (IqitC a crowd, apart from th e Irlatives of the boys, assembled at, the station to see thenm ...
KING AND CZAR. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 August 1914
KING AND CZAR. Messsages were exchanged between the King and Czar on Saturday. The King said he could not help thinking that some misunderstanding had pro- dured a deadlock. He was anxious, he said, the avoid the terrible calamity which threatened the whole world. He personally appealed to the Czar to re- move any misapprehension, and offered to assist to re-open negotiations. The Czar replied, "O would gladly accept the King's proposal had not the Ger- man Ambassador notified the declara- tion of war, which was quite unex- pected, and its suddenness justified Russia's mobilizing.
Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 13 August 1914
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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 13 August 1914
NEWY C?AlGC EAILS, The new posbidl IVet, i loding tho penny puoslage (o lettecrs, cite in forco on Ally lbt. T'ihe rtduc ol rIates are as f,illow: TIIROUGUHOUT COS1rIlIO'NWEALTI' Al) PAl ULIA. Letter Id ,pelr z. Letto ardbtsi, igl ,ld . A Do. re ply ,ld.e lch half. I'os cardo,slrugli .]dt. eaeh Do. re ptly, Id. t eh Ittl. Irinttd pIlis 0.d .p r 2 oz. B ?tkhs, p t ilrt' - t A :t 't A2 u.re iti , 0. per 8(.z;. ri Australia .1Od .per 8 cz. Iniagoazln res-Printlld itn Australia, 0dd. per 8 iz ; printed outlide Australia, 0id per 4 oz. " Iransard," Old pire 12 t. COninlet ciilI paIperl .lpot ternh saoplrs aind mercLhr die', ld. pt r 2 rz. OVERIhEA Il iIl].NIONS Letters fromn the Ct n nio rot nlah to tIh United Kii gd mo, vrseera dominiono, British cloonlie and pretctorate? except the New ith brider; d. per pr in. NEW ZEALAND ANDI) IIEISLANDS. The rates to New Zelihand, Figi an d British St mril niehltortds rte: Lot Id I oz. Po' arid ?gle ld. D rep Id.ca Le or , inpl d. . Do reply,]d .eac...
WAR IN EUROPE. LATEST NEWS. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 13 August 1914
WAR IN EUROPE LATEST NEWS. [Reuter's Cablegranis] London, Wednesdal , Germany's preparations for .the con quest of France are on a colossal scale and show that she is prepared for cal tory and pursuit. Not thousands Iut millions are facinr each other. t The French drove back an (advanceo force of.ten thousand cavalry. The Germans hold prominent host ages at Liege and threaten their exe cution if the Be!gians attack the town, The German battleship Goeben andl the cruiser Breslau reached the )ar. danelles. They may be disllmantled and ,held up while the war htsts, ThelMontenegrins took two Austrian forts. Great LBritain remains perfectly calle. The Austrian fleet bombarded the coast of Montenegro. Thei.French fleet is going to oppose the Austrian fleet. A German torpedo boat and a de. stroyer were sunk, by" strikic, their own mines. The Germans halve suflbrel further heavy losses at Tiege.. * A great battle is impendirg between the French and the Gceramns in Al. The Germans at the fro...