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HOLLAND AN OPEN DOOR. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 August 1914

HOLLAND AN OPEN DOOR. Germany is securing her food supplies through Holland. This explains the nlxiety Ahab has been shown by Ger. many not to violate Dutch territory, as while she can obtain supplies through this channel it is immensely to her ad vantage to maintain the pretence of neutrality and keep the route open. If the Allies can succeed in getting hiros Liege by Aix-la-Chapelle to Cologne, this avenue of supplies will be closed. Then Germany's on!y possibility of obtaining supplies would be by a long and devious route via Italy and Austria or Rounania.

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 August 1914

NEW ISTAC RATES2 The new postal rtes, ilncluding the penny postage on letters, came in force on May 1st. The reduced ratCes are as follow: THROUGIIOUT COtllON WEALT1H AND PAI'UPA. Letter Id .pel4 tc. Lette ards,singl ,ld .eac Do. reply ,ld.cach half. Po tcardn, engl ,ld. each Do. reply, ld. each half. Printed papers Od .per 2 oz. Booke, plnut ii-- ucide A~t ralia, 01 per 8:oz;. n Australia Od .per 8 cz. MIeaaz=n ese-rinted in Australia, Old. per 8 oz.; printed outside Australia, Old. per 4 oz. "Hansard," Ohd. per 12 oz. Commercial papes patterns, esamples and lmercl;a::dise, Id. per 2 oz. OVERSEA DOMBINONS Letters from the Commnonwealth to the United Kintgdom, oversea domnnions, British colonies and protectorates except the New Bebrides, Id. per iez. NEW ZEALAND AND TBEISLANDS. The rates to New Zealand, Figi and British Solomon Islands are: Let id ý oz. Po atds ngleld. D rep ld ea Le ar ingl d. Do reply,ld .each ha Meagazines d. 8 oz., addttiona] 4 o Old, Books, ld. 4 t z. Commoe p....

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CORRESPONDENCE It is to be distictly understood that we in no way idetifyourselves with the opinion expressed by our correspondents. OUR HOSPITAL. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 August 1914

CORRESPONDEO CE It t to be distinctly utnderstood that +w i sotWou? iden?ijyourselves aieth ehieo expressed by our c rrespondent." . OURI HOPITA,. (To the Editor.) Sir,-The present is no doubt tihe time of great surprises, atd I hope we cau bear complacently the great suip prise that befell Mr. Marshall and my. self, the appointed representatives of the Hospital Board to meet tile ladies of Portland .to make arrangements for the forthcoming carnival to assist the committee to carry on our noble insti. tution.for the benefit and relief of the poor and needy in our town and dis. trict. After we had been waiting sonul time three ladies did put in an l appear. ance, but the time was not wasted, for Mr. Thos. Oakley took compassion on our loneliness and reindereid some of his choicest gems in his most artistic and invincible manner on his concertinl, 5, the half-hour passed ilost deleightftlll I min happy to hbe able to starte that the ladies expressed themselves quite ready to take thei...

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BELGIUM'S GALLANT DEFENCE Brussels, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 August 1914

BELGIUM'S GALLANT DEFEN CE Brussels, Wednesday. A regiment of German' Dragoons attempted Ito surprise the. Belgians at Aineff, 13 miles west of Liege, The Germans were repulsed after a three lours' fight, losing 153 killed, and 102 prisoners, Brussels, Friday. Latest war advices state that the deadly accuracy of the fire from the Liege forts successively destroyed all heavy German siege artillery. The forts are still intact. A message received at Amsterdam states that a brother of Count von Bu clowrex was killed in the fighting at Liege.

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 August 1914

UORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. The ollowing is a list of tolephone;stati and charges:- Name Fi. 3mine. Additional ofITown Conversation. 3mine. *Uranxholmo 8Sd 6d Iyaduk Ie 9d Cape Joe!ton 2d 2d Cavendish Is 9d *Caaterton via Bronxholmo Is 9d Casterton via Hornilton ]e 4d Is Coleraine sl 4d la Condah 6d 5d Crossle:. Is 9d Donnington 1J 9d Digby, via Branxholmo la 9d Dunkold Is 9d Glenthompson ls 4d 1s itawkesde lo la 9d Harmilton Ia Dd [Heywood 2d 2d Kentbruck 6d 5d Kirkstall I 9d Koroit .Is 9d Lake Bola la 10d 1 2d Macart hur in 4d In =$lerino, via iranxhlolrr e 18' 9d M otiero, vra Hamilton Is 4d Is Mount Gambier is 9d bloyne Falls l0, 9d Iyanm)n 6d - ] Narrawong 2d 2d Noelson 8d Cd Punol,urat Is . 9d Port Fairy. 8d 6d Port McDonneo l 4d is Hipponhurot . s 9d Tyrendorra 3d 8d Ynmbuk 6d 5d *\Wallacedal 8d 8 d Warrnambool Is 9 1Wcikliff Is 10d Is 2 W\oolhthorpe Is 9d Fec for messenger call, any perbon dird within ono mile--3d. *Note.-11ranxholrao cloaes from p.m. to I pm. daily, and on W...

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WE MUST REPEAT. When everybody tells the same story. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 August 1914

WE MUZST REPEAT. When everybody tells the same story, It is hard to say new things about Dean's Backache Kidney Pills. They cure the lame and aching back, the euf. ferer from kidney disorders, and the troubles of those whose urinary organism is wrong in its action. That they do this is so easy to prove that not a vestage of doubt remains. Public endorsement ti easily prover- Read this: "Mr W Jackman, Gawler Street, Port land, says:- "Some years ago I caught a very severe cold, which settled on my kidneys, and as a result I suffered asony from Lumbago-like pains in my back and across tile loins. I was at times almost doubled up with the pain, and I cou!d not tasraighten my back without enduring aorture. The kidney secretions became tffected, beitig thick and cloudy, and con, taining sediment. My rest at night was very broken and during the day I always felt dull and tired, and l.,d no energy. I suffered in this way. for a long time, and could get nocthing to do me any good. One day I...

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GREAT COSSACK VICTORY. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 August 1914

OREAT COSSACK VICTORY. London, Friday. Tho D"aily Chronicle's" correspon deotat ,lilan says that a message from Teste states that 5000 Cossacks an" Olhilated two Austrian cavalry regi. nents from Lemberg. The Austrians bad advanced, emboldened by the Russian withdrawal. The Governor of 'Abein got wind of the sally, and l spidly collected the Cossacks, The atter, supported by a field batteay, prepared an ambush in a dense forest lirlting the main road. Cwing to the heavy rains and thb Ytielow of the Vistula and Wieperz toers the countryside opposite the Swas Cnverted into a vast swamp. The Austrians arrived in the evening ud the,0overnor allowed their advance guard to pass, When the :main body " the eexj ed, bd Shenemy hppeared.rtbhCossack, harged. them in the front and rear. 'ickfhreraes which vere.hidden ih'the ~1reat, mowed down the `Austrian cavalry in hundreds, and the force was wiped out.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 August 1914

Rheumatism. StENDIGO LADY'S RECOVERY. S "Nine years ago i was a greia f uf ferer from Rlheumatism. being laid u,t fbr three weeks," writes Mrs. 'lizla beth Bray,. st., Quarry 11111. Ben (E1go, VIa. Slg several r e ill edle., w. lith little proveilelit. 9 eý I decided to try Dr. Morse's In ""l- (un htoot /.l' /y f'tlls. At ?ra t,,, that period I was' bad h:-deed, having to hobble about with i . the?3stance of a i.walling slick, r'.W:sern, able to leave my bed. The Sefe ct of Dr. Morse's lad!an Root PIIlls a?'s marvellous, and my recovery, s ::.'raptd I ,only useC half a bottle .. Pills '.and became' myself once .n.rie-restored to perfect health. I an a- woman eft usually- vigorous :."Iiea·lth anrd nam a great belloever In. Your re?niedy. My husband also has l ?ilti In tlfemn for relief of :ihl:ache a'nd"l. Kidney ,Trouble." Dr. Morse's Indlan Root Pills proved ; Yo?:tivo becduse they drove the Uric Acid' cut' of the.system, pusrlied the T:...iocl:and a!'ded in the digestion and : :ws...

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WAR IN EUROPE. LOSS OF THE AMPHION. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 August 1914

WAR IN EUROPE. LlRuter's Cablegrams] LOSS OF THE AMPHION. ILondon. Wednesday. A survivor from the Amphion states that two distinct explosions were heard at the time of the. disaster to the Am phion, which streck a msne laid by the Germans. The first of these tore the Amphion's bows. The second ripped her side. Many of the crew perished in their sleep. There was no panic as the men went to the lifeboats. The wounded were Taken off first. Before thelAnmphion :sank the magazine ex, ploded, and fragments killed three wen. The survivors who could be reached were rescued by the destroyers that accompanied the Amphion.

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LORD ROBERTS. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 August 1914

LORD ROBERTS. London, Fliday. Lord Roberts has been appointed Vlonol-in.Chitf of the Imperial and coloaial forces.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 August 1914

The Great National Remedy For more than twenty years Dr. luorse's Indian Root Pills have been before the Australasian public, gain ing each year in popular esteem, and each year showing a large in crease in the sales until now nearly One million bottles are sold annual ly. Very often medicines appear on the mlarket and for a short time have a popular vogue, for just whaut reason it is difficult to say, not hav ing any genuine merit, but the pub lic soon finds this out, and they soon disappear and are never heard of again. When a remedy like Dr. Mlorse's .Indian Rpot Pills for twen ty.years shows a constantly increas ing sale, it indicates the solid con fidence the public have in it. No exag gerated claims have been urged for them. No attempt has been made to induce the public to believe they had any miraculous power, but on all oc casions the idea has been presented that they. were simply a good Pill In every sense of the word. They are based on a sound formula, and made by men of e...

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THE FRENCH FORCES. Paris, 13th August. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 August 1914

THE FRENCH FORCES. Paris, 13th Augusb. The twelfth day of the mobilisation of the French forces has passed, and it is ollicially stated that the French concentration, under th'e shelter of covering troops, has proceeded with the regularity of clockwork. It is known that German strategy bed intended to pierce the line of covering troops and seize Nancy, there by disarranging the Frened mobilisaticn scheme by cutting the north from the south half. In this, however, they failed, owing to the failure of the Ger. man right wing at Liege. Paris, Wednesday. 1, Pichon, in an article in the "Petit Jouanal," says that, Germany's negotia tions with Italy, Turkey, Roumania, and Bulgaria are interpreted as a new sign of the confusion of her own and Austria's ranks. Vienna, Wednesday It is oflicially announced that the ships of friendly and neutral nations on the Montenegrin coast have been granted 24 hours to depart. Stockholm, Thursday. The Russians are still. masters of the Gulf of Finland. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 August 1914

`' 3 OR SALE-Cheap, a single-furrowed S" Plough, almost new; also a cane per .am ' bulator, leather hood, new. Apply, E. SJIiddleton. T I?I\E Iperson who was seen taking rmy Srablit traps from (Olcbourno's tin ohouse at the Saudhills and neighborhood iLad better return them at once, to save unplenasntne-ss.-W. Waldron. 41)OAlD and IIesidelnce, good tablo, JIL nic locality: tnerm. its<deraite. Mrs. Baron, Ilurd street, four doors from Julil mstreet SOCIAL-All Saints' (Social will bI held in Oddfellows' Iltll-on FRI DAY, the 21st August. Third round *waltzing comlletition will (nke place, Good mnusic, long I(ight., refreshillenlle . P. 4)'Donnell, hon. see. .iO(iLET, two furnished romnis, corner JL Hurd and anwler streets. Tern.s t:ioderate. Apply J.. Knn, house ngent., Gawler street. IF you want n Ilosisleold or good Sepa rator intcryiiew W. ileineris, local agen for the Haltic 1'aatl Dairy Machin ery Co, Social. fIE Annual Powlingr Club Social lhas been IiPOSTPONED till a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 August 1914

LW.. H EMERS COACHBUILDER, General Blacksmith, heelwright "& Horseshoer PEROY STREET, POETLAND. W R F. begs to thaik' his numernorous patrons for their liberal an port In thec . awd to n;tify th;'n a I rh p i ili; a rallv that it will his cctant aim, their couddonce by. do.: ooiformly good work. Now and Second-haad: Baggles always on Hand. junamithing;Done, and all kinds of Aggicultural Implements Repaired Careful attention glien to the tyreing of wheels. Estimates given fdr all repairs, if required. EH hosSo'ing Strictly Attondod t9. In: gio of all lo?o'ipti:os R spaired, -'aintal and renewed. Plough Pepaired "ade Lightest draught. LR C F Oo £fuple and S.rong, They Cannot go Wrong. Slmploity ois a great th ing In a sewing rachline,-especially when you lihe in the country and teve t fi it yourself. WARD BROS. Machines have fewer parts than arty ohler--nothing to get out of ordecr. Poundsihenper than others We pay treight to your statn?ion-. gnarartee every ruachie--and let y...

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MUSICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 August 1914

MUSICAL.--Miss Alice Sydno~ vett,the celebrated Australian pianiste, will give a musical recital to night in the Oddfellows' Hall, and will perform ao programme of twenty five items culled from the greatest composers' works, ancient and modern. Miss Bur vett has travelled through England, France, Belgium, &c. A most enjoyable evening is assured to all those who at. tend. It may be added that Miss Bur. vett is sister to the well known (detec tive of that name. DEPARTUnRE OF VOLUNTEE.lS. - On Friday morning another contingent of our local naval forces entrained for Melbourne for active service. The first contingent comprised youths from the Naval. Cadets, who were compulsorily called. The second batch was drawn from the Naval Reserve, all fine,herdy young men who were volunteering for service abroad. Their departure was the occasion of a patriotic demonstra tion on the part of the large crowd that gathered at the railway station. The newly formed band played national airs, and...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 August 1914

IN MEMORIAM. ADAMS.-In loving memory of my dear husband, and loving father, Edwin Adams, who departed this life at Portland on the 16th August, 1911. Lead kindly light amid the encircling gloom, Lead thou me on. [Inserted by his loving wife and Family, Parkville.]        

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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 August 1914

NEIW dSTAC RATES, The new postal rates, ihcluding the penny postage on letters, came in force on May 1st. The reduced .rates are as follow: THROUGHOUT COMMOON WEALTH AND PAFI'UPA. Letter Id,pe rtz. Lette aeds,singd l ],d .ene Do. reply ,d. each half. Poticards,asnglr ,ld'. each Do. reply, Id. each half. P'rinted papers Old .per 2 oz. Books, pttutti-, toirt Atrttalia, O0 per 8eoz;. n Australia Old .per 8 ez. Mnaaztn es-Printid in. Australia, Old. per 8 oz.; printed outside Anatralia, Odd, per 4 toz. "?ansard," Old. per 12 ?r. Commercial papers patterns, samples and moerchardlte, Id. per 2 cz. OVERSEA DOl1V]NIONS Letters from the Cnnimnwealth to the United Kirgdeom, overser dominions, 3ritish colonies and prottetorates except' the New Hebrides, Id. per i cz. NEW ZEALAND AND THEISLANDS. The rates to New Zealand, Figi and Britlbh Soilmotr Islands are: Let lu oz Po arde rgle Id. D rep Id.ea Le at ingl d. Do reply ,ld .each ha Magazines Id. 8 o:., additional 4 o )id. Booksl, Id. 4 t z. Co...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 August 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. Tile olloning isa list of telephonentati and chlarges:-_ Name Fi. amine. Additional OIlTown Conversation, amins. "ilranxholmo 84 6d Byaduk Jr 9d Cape Ne!oon 24 2d Cavendish la 9d *Casterton via B3ranxholme la 9d Casterton via Hlamiilton la4d Is Coleraine Is 4d Is Condah 6d 15d1 Crossley Is 9d Dennington 1J 94 Digby, via Branxholmo ls 9d Dunkold Is 9d Olenthompson Ia 4d4 Ia H1awkcsdrle 1,2 9d Hamilton Is 9d [Hoywood 2d 2d Kentbruck 4d 5d Kirkatall Is 9d Koroit Is 9d Lake Bola Is 10d 1 2d blacartlhur Is 4a4 In 4ilerino, via Branxholno la 94d Merino, via Hamilton Is 4d Is Mount Gambier Ia 9d Moyno Falls Is, 9d Myamyn 04' 54 Narrawong 2d 2d Nelson Sd Sd Pennalurnt ls 9d Port Fairy 8d 6d Port McDonne Is 4d Is Ripponhurst ls 9d Tyrendarra 3d 3d Vambuk 6d 1d *Wallacedal 8d 611 Warrnambool Is 9 Wickliff islOd Is 2d Woolothorpe Is 9d Fee for messenger call, any person dind mihin one mile-3d. 'Note.-Branxholre closes from p.m. to p.m. daily, and en Wednesday rom noo...

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 August 1914

0toKVlED 10 DAKE. " Milalot the uIndermentioned offices aoose at Portlaandlas follow:- ([ raatu1 aLd Atlaidie 7.50 a sa 7..0 am .0 a t7.tno .ii o"" llarat ... . ?.50 am . 7.050am 7.600 7.(i0 a n .f( I laStlue ... pm pm Blraouholme -- i.60 am 7.50 m 7.i.0 a ni 7.0 n. 1;, 1 astorton ... - 1.60 am 1.5Ua m 7.60 um T.0. a na l;.( |i ? Cape Bridgewater -. 9 a ni ' m Ca.pe elson . Im Oockatoo Valley ... I (.North 1'ortland) 8.70 an 8. o nI Codriang'on --; pm 9 pm 1 5 i - . . Uc.leriue ... - 7,60 am 7.b0 am 7.0U a a. 7.O a n F.i I msr ( ladal ... - 7.60 am 7.0 anm 7.50 a tO 7,50 um 7. 0 n D)rtmoor . - 7,60 a m 7.5.il n D ik Drikl .. ... 7.60am .iO a . a lisis Mlail,Wednea- . 0a .0' 3 doays, 7.60 a,m.: GOor .- ..** 8.0 a am 00 a no Ulmilton ... - ?.7U am 7.60 am 7.50 am 7.BO an ! 7 B50 .a I." HLtywood .. - .650 am 17.0 am 7.60 am 7.50 am n7.60 am m ' Klintlruck ... ... 7.60 am 7.50 a n. LC lUridgewater - 9 m . aam Lyona .. ... 50a n; I 7.C.a(,in Milbourns... 7 60am 7.0 am 7.50 am 7.50 am 7.5...

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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. HELP FOR OUR SOLDIERS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 August 1914

CORRESPO DEHNCE Itii io be distinctly understood that we ,it So ýWiy identijfyourselves with theopinion epressed bm our crrespondents. I ý Z- ------------ - SHELP FOR OUR SOLDIERS. (To the Editor.) Sir,-In the "Argus' of 17th appear d, a letter from Rev. 0. Hudson, Cliaplain Naval Depot, Williat.stcwn, nsking?for comforts" for the Hospital ship attaehcd to our fleet, also for lS's"uihe3, light literature, dominoes, i t yinLg cards, deck chairs, etc 'il. th 18th there is a request for 0okýilnagazines, writing material, etc, i' til trsoops, Books which lhavo ei?hOt4.sed hy persons suffering from cnsli?ilption or tny infectious trouble ohould.i?ot bo sent. Any onoe willing to ctibute thesoe items to either of te :auboo Leagues may leavo their donntols ait the Shiro otlice, Percy streef, and they will be sent to the PI:ces appointcd for this purpose. Yo911 s, etc (Mrs.) T. E. TULLOH. ''he first Ger*man fla capturel in th wtr Ihas atrived it Paris.

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