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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

Bt. Sto hsa'5 S1JN1)AY, J ANULARY 25th 9I9io1~tv. F. $ti1I'ell 'VII piljreuVIl inth 'amor,.ing and~ the R1ec. Canon C rm~illieI ie~ ilue ovcuhlag. -- - Baptist Church. PASTOR H. BOULTER Conducts both services on Sunday. FO UND, Gold Mangle. Owner nih have same by giving description, and pay aig cost of advt. "Vbserver" office. 1OR SAI.E, cheap, Carbine Bicycle, in splendid order. Apply IH. %'tilsoi, J3'ereyi St reet. F OR SALE, a 24ft. ieetritxxoud Sailing Stoat, with two complete sets of sails, mae. Apply Oberver' otliee. IF you want a Household or good Seum rator interview W. Ileters, lbail agent for the Baltic Pialsh Dairy Machin ery Cu, Portland Storekeepers' & Traders Association. to U1u1hiness Places will be Clored on Monday, 26th inst., Foundation hay, and the ihalf-lioliilay on Wednesday, 28th inst., will b"i oliberved as usual. fl. M. CAMPbELL, lion. Sec. Union Meeting. A MEETING of the Wharf Ilaborers Union will be tiol at the usual pilce 4:-wler street, on MONI AY...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

W.. HEMER 8. COACHBUILDER, General Bla;.ksmith,SWheelwright & Horsellhosr PEROY STREET, POETLAND. W E. bogs'.to thw~ his numerous patrons for their liberal so ,port .In Ilia..., `Vaal tinoatify thorn a I. th p iblie gosor~ally that it will hie "octant alisi tin taoir coalenoe by do. uniformly good work. Naw anl Sa3ond-hand Boggles always on Hand. an.ismnithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repaired Careful attention given to the tyreing of wheels. E timates given for all repairs, if required. Esnso-Shooing Strictly Attondod tc. l hggie of all deoeriptionO Repzired, tainted and renewed. Plough Repaired Made Lightest draught. o W HOWELL. BTAIBLISIIED 1878. dalolesor to Mr D. Beat Soalptar and ?donumenta Carver, 'art1and and Eamilton. JOB PRINTITZNG MELBOURNE PRICES. G 0 with : ho tido, or founie r boing the law of rade, aid finding that a good oa of w r0 j3 0301 rt n th district t " rne,w haveprocred THE. BEST MtCHINF IN THE MARKET fare now prepared to onnpete...

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LOCAL REQUIREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

Loc.1l ]{EQUiSRKSM'ras.5-The Mayor (Cr. Williaiison) informs us that Mi'. Rodgers, M.P., has informed himt that he is trying to arrange foi u' visit of one or more of the new warships on Discovery Day in April, and also on Henty Day in November. -The matter of establishing a wireless station at Portland is being pressed by himi. Mr. Rodgers will visit Portland on Show day. HosiriTA CAnsivAL.-A meeting of the Friendly Societies' hospital Carni val comnmittee was held, at the Royal Hotel on Tuesday evening. There were present-=Messis Boirbmaud and Matlh' son, 1V, 1. Osbourno (Oddfellows), S: I. Clark and Arblaster (A N.A.), W. H Dillon anid W. Walpolc(Reuhabites), T. Robiis (Foresters), J. Hale and J. Parker (Driiids),-J... , .Woods. aiylF. Marshall (Hospital Committee) and W. Heniors Minutes of the pmrevious miet ing were conhirined and outsward cni respondence approved. cAl letter sias received from Mr. Frank J3eaurelpiire asking that half the takings (.£?)attlie iceent swiminingtmm...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

ý1L"tARRI:D. BUUD)--JENNINUS --On the l'ith Janu* pry, at All Saints R.C. Chunrh, Portland, hvthe Rec. Father Cain, Alfred Budd, to Lillian, only daughter of M1rs. Jennings, and the late Uc rgeJennings, Wattle Hill T Dt J AbsUu 1 TIHUIISDAYX JANLIJAUY -''. 1911.

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RURAL LABORERS. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

RURAL LABORERS. London, Tuesday. Speahingat Bramtoo in Cumberland last night Mr Runciman, President of the Board of Agricultute, said the present rural housing conditions made the 3overnmont undortake the bold course of providing cottages. Hle could buildsullicient cottages to accommodate 50,000 for half the cost of a single Dreadnought, Mr. Runciman sdclgd that flesh and blood were more impar tant thau steel and iron.

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SUNKEN SUBMARINE. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

SUNKEN SUBMARINE. LONDON, Monday. The Admiralty hus ordered that Submarine A7, which was wrecked in Whitsand Bay, must be found. Twelve torpedo boats, with nine drivers, are sweeping the seabed, ten square mies of which have been covered since Mon day. It is feared in some quartet's that the quicksands in Whitsand Bay have swallowed the submarine.

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HAMILTON AND W.D. RIFLE UNION [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

HAMILTON AND W.D. RIFLE UNION (From the ILunilten. Spectator.) The secretzry of the Western ])is trict Rifle Clubs' Union, No. 10, has received the following conmnunication from the supervisor of rifle clubs:-"i am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 13th inst., apply ing for permission to holdlthe iext annual prize meaeting of ydur sin on at Portlaud. It is noted that it took four days last year to carry out your prize meeting . with seven targets at your disposal, and as there are only. three targets on the Portlhiid Rifle Club's range, it is presumedthat the time to carry out youtr prboaiinio of niatches would accordingly have to be increased in proportion. When the construction of the present rifle range at Hannltoii, at a cost of over £"154, was carried out sufficient accousmodatioi to enable your union's annual prize meetinzg to be ex peditiously cirried out was ineluded in the equipment of the range, and this fact has evidently been overlooked by your co...

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LIFE SAVING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

LIFE SAVING. Captain Hislop, harliorn dl to at Portland, who speaks with the author ity of world wide travel and experience, thus expresses his opinion on the ques tion'of life-saving, which is occupying a good deal of public attention at the present time:- For the formation of life saving corps no better combination coul le hirought into being than a properly adjusted union of the swimming branch of the Education Department and the Marine Casualty Branch of tne Ports and harbors Department. The Govern ment have at their disposal the best of services in the persons of Messrs. Frank E. Beautepaire, of the Education ])e partment, and J. L. Dick, of the Ports and Harbors Department, men ývho have given every proof of grent organiz ing ability, combined with a mixinnm of practical experience in the provision of life saving devices of every chiricter, and in demonstrating their ability. If the Government would, in view of the many drowning fatalities that have occurred this season, cause...

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Our Cable Service THE RAND TROUBLE. Johannesburg, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

our Canie service (REUThR 8 TELEGRAMS.) THE RAND TROUBLE. Johannesburg, Tuesday. It is estimated that apart from the cost of martial law (.150.000 a week) the Rend is losingover.ý100,000 weekly as anreoult of the strike. One authority estimates that a quarter of the miners on the reef are still out, and that the corresponding loss in the gold output will be nearly £180,000 weekly, and about £:0,000 in wages alone. Pretoria, Tuesday. A ful train service ir now running for the first timae sitce the comutence ment of the strike -

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BALLARAT EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

BALLARAT EXHIBITION. Brilliant and fascinating is the scene to be witnessed at the above exposition now being held in Ballarat where models or specimens of every conceiv able cal ing or trade are on view ix. emplifying in a masked manner the energy, intelligence. and progress which hate been made during the last few decodes tn Victorian industrial, agri cn!t~ural, pastors', and other innumer' able pursuits. In those relating to dairying, poultry, refrigerating, and certain phases of stock raising, tn ad dition to the splendid exhibits in each section, there are in connection wilt these, government and othl r experts in daily attendance, who give exposit ary lectures to those who are specie ly intetestcd in these several dlisp'ays, and supp'ement the same with advice to farmers or settlers who are anxious to be up-to-date in cultivating land or stock, from the busy bee to store cattle for marker. Taking it all in all, it is an ekhibition not only interesting, but educational in the f...

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CORRESPONDENCE It is to be distinctly understood that we in uo way identify ourselves with the opinion expressed by our correspondents. "FOR CHARITYS SAKE" (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

CORRESPONDENCE It is to be distinctly understood that we in seo wan identif ooursdlves with the epic. ior expressed Lj oar correspondents. "FOR CHARITY S SAKE" (To the Editor,) Sir,-There aliFearcd in your issue of Monday, 19t1. inst., an advertisement thus:-- For Sweet Charity's Sake. The next Garden Fete OF IMPOR TANCE is that of the Friendly Soci eties in aid of the Portland Hospital. Keep your money for that day." The advertisement bears the signature of "J. L. E Bourbaud, Hon. Sec." My object in drawing at tention to this advertisement is that I (and no doubt many others) would like to know if it was authorized by the committee appointed by the Friendly Socie'ies, or is the "hon. sec." alone re sponsibile for it ? The motive and the spirit which prompted the advertise mnent are so plain that a child might discern them. Will Mr. Bourbaud say that the Methodist garden fete was not the butt of the shaft ? The emphasizing of the words "Of Importance" precludes any other inference, ...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

THEY SAY That the duak season opens on Feb* auary 10. That the Ulster Volunteer Indemoity Fund has reached a million pounds. That the Teachers' School of Instrue tion in Swimming and Life Saving broke up on Tuesday. So enamored were they with the place that some remained to enjoy themselves free from the restraints of camp discipline. That the holding of the camp here was one of the best advertisements Portland has had for many years. Port Fairy is already ;on the look-out for next year! That the Federal Treasurer hopes to bavo a complete and new issue of bank notes within 12 months. That a British ride team will visit Australia this year. TlheCommonwealth Rifle Association has asked the Federal Government for a grant of £1000. That wool exports front Australia last half-year were 1,314,403 bales, an increase of 89,945 bales over the 1912 period. That the Federal Treasury oflicials are destroying over 160,000 dirty notes each week. So far £2,642 208 notes of a face value of £6,346,1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

(tRIPES IN HORSES. '"Some time ago our horse was down with a alattack of gripeS," says Miss N. J CoIcs, Major's Creek, N S \Y. "I tr~oeI iwveral remedies but they had no efleet; n0 n last resort I gave the horse three teaspoons Ial of Chaimberlain's C dio and Diarrhoea Remedy and noticed an improvement in mediately. He was soon ablo to stand and is now ac well as ever." Sold by Thomson, Brake and Co. Sroirs Deior. - Cricket, Fort, Tennis and Golf Balls, Clapshaw mid Cleave's Bats, 4s Od to 30s. Wickets, is id, 3s (hd, us. 14s (Id set. Bicycles, Sundries and Tyres; Fishing Tackle. All sporting goods at Melbourne prices from 'iOYE BROS' Cash Supply Store, Bentinck street.- AiVT. A IT NEVER FAILS. "For years we hale been using Chamber. lain's Cough Remedy, says Mr Herbert H. Weoiodhead, Wentworth, N.S.W. "We avoe six children and never use seytling elsm for the treatment ofcoughs, colds and brocehial eomolsints. I counidently reuommeid Chamiber'ain'o Cough Remedy to everyone. more espe...

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CASHMORE V. L.C.B. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 January 1914

CASHMORE V. L.O.B. (To the Editor.) Sir,-It is not very easy to discover the motive of the letter signed "Peace and Humanity" in your issue for Jar. 15th. Probably it is another insidious attempt by L.C.B. to discredit the Cashmore settlement. The reference to "only ten men held in the scrub near by as a reserve" and "the fate of poor old JR." seems to point that way. As such it could very well be ignored, but that a public man should take that means of defending his public actions is despicable. .If Cashmore does not bring out a man at next shire election to at tempt to obtain at least part of its rights it deseuves to plough along mi'y roads here and heteafter. But the trouble from the L C B. viewpoint is not about roads? The road trave l d by Csshmore settlers when going to fish at Cape Bridgewa'er was officially declared impassable by the leader of their conservztive caucus, and yet if we had as good roads on cite settlement we would be satisfied. We have earn'd the enmity of th...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 January 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. 'the ollossing isa listof toleph6no;atati anL chauf en:- 0hNae Fi. 3roins. Additional of'l own Conversation. 3minos. iuraunxholme ,bd 6d Byaduk is Od Lnpu Nelson 21 2d Cavendish la 91 *Custerton via llz ranxholmo Is d' Caaterton via Iln milton Is 4d is Coloraino:: ls 4d Is Condslh ' d 5d Crossle " Is 9d Donnlngton I. 9d Iigby, via Branxlalme lis 9d Dunkeld Is- d Glentht:mpson is 4'd Is 1 Ilaswkeddrle 'Is 9d lnutihlton is 9d [Heywood 2d 2d Kcntbruck Od li Kirkstall Is .9d Koroit ' . Is 9d LIke Iola n llOd 1 2d' MaIcarthur ls 4-, .1 Mlerino, via Ilranxholre . is' 9d Merino, i]a Hamilton Is 4d is lMount Garmier ls d Mloyne Falls ls, d' Alyait n d fil Nalrrawong 'd 2d Nelsoni- d 6d Penal,u0st s 9d Port Fairy 8d 6d PortIMclDonne ls 4d'.. is Itipponhnrst . "' 9d_ 'J'Tyrendrra dd: d' Vomhlk 6d ''d *Wallacedall 8d . 6 WVarrnambonl :Is 9d Wickliff I- 10d l 2 Woolsthorpo la 9 Fro for In?msenger canll, any person, :dindu vihin one mile--.' , 'Nlte.-- ranxhnlme closes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 January 1914

$scaatica : ElIEF' OOTAINED 3Y/ UING. Drn. , el ', ,;";,)RCE'S INDIAN flOOT PILL:3 .'. , A[N>l COMSTOCK'S NERVE AND ..... ,O: LINIMENT. . 'i? i:fi.j i o of. tl!i most drei dd S., ' i : i'n ll il:ts thaitliti'hum:l n lloesh is h .ir (o, .,i:. t.nril..;te!r , -'io O niinnl poople wsift.clii'i,' i: /:uiitt ll:i?toti'i s tyil" ' re,'! lcdy nivtr rl'e tit '.: ily tiLiort' rellt. Suicl l n; one wr:, -: r.,i : I'Htrii; Scnll': , (illhdstone -Ste t, ' ."Voodtrillu /, N Z h, tlo fmtil Corn '.. leCLk'B' N Irv ,, Inil l Unne Liniaill(nici inul r :3)i;-AIors o's ildliIIn nloot I ills do ali:it :" .j.(».other ri( ly hdi' idl(); 'or hini, thlat . i t.Ielv hicau hih t ' elif fr-'hti thi pain . : i. . u rit\a .r. Sci' ll" writcs:- Ct. " -Cidettlrilg t -i :;rge amottnt oi ,Ibctitl. I li-ivu derit.eId iby the use of . Ot -3o trn ' u?tatblo tiedi'tnes, it git'(, tt, * 'egclt ptlantiisrc to l ot yo'u this tcs m* a tniaii Il-*niil dyou can .;nacet any use :, .-i.iwisi of it.-i. ? lI i have bemfn 1 sl...

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LICENSING PROSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 January 1914

LICENSING PROSECUTION. As the outcome of a midnight visit to Myamyn by Constables Graham and O'Neill. of Heywood, Aaron Phil lips, the licensee of the Foresters' hotel, was charged at the Heywool police court on Thursday, before Mr. E E. Williams, 1'.M , with having his bar door open in the s.nall hours of Sunday, December 21st, 1913. He was further charged with trafficking in liquor on the Fame date, and with permitting an unlawful game to be played on his licensed premieos. Superintendent Knox conductrd the prosecution, and Mr. R. Silvester appeared for the de fendanb who pleaded guilty for the fist charge, and was fined £5. ' The second charge was withdrawn. To the third, the defendent p!eaded not guilty. The evidence of the constables was to the effect that about 1.20 o'clock am. on the date mentioned they visited the hotel, and found a number of young men there, with a dice box and dice on thetable. After hearing the evidence, the plea of not guilty was withdrawn, and one of gu...

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RECOLLECTIONS OF AN OLD COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 January 1914

RECOLLECTIONS OF AN OLD COLONIST. (BY NE?.?.) I think the date of the incident I am about to relate was in the latter end of the fifties. At any rate it was betore the ill-fatod expedition of Burke and Wills had started from'Melbourne, and that was in 1861. I had been staying at the township of Hay. on the blur. rumbidgee River, for some weeks with an old and esteemed friend(Dr. Echlin) who was the district medico, but the monotony of the place soon got on my nerves, and I determined to trip over the One Tree Plain and visit some friends at Booligal, on the Lacblan River; so one fine morning in January I saddled up and made my P.C.C. call upon my few acquaintances in the township and started on my long and weary ride across this desolate and dreary plain. The day was uncom fortably hot, but as there was not a tree to be seen for miles around the track there was no use to look for shel ter from the sun's rays; nothing but to grin and bear it and push along as best you could to tho On...

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ORCHARD PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 January 1914

i ORCH ARD PESTS. S Mr. W. H. Davey gives the follow ang advice for treluli'nL of orchaird .. ests:-For fungus dielns's, epiay t*rees with Bordeaux mixture, using Ihe 64 40 firituls, that is GO;bs bl' j'nu, 4 b:.be b .lime and 40gls water. For chewiln ins?c?s st?lh tts c liiii n mothl eaterlitls, use arsenate of vlnd lib to R5gls , tei-r. For woolly aphts ,nd scale insects use an oil spray at the tine trees are dImlnilant ati st.lengllli of Igal 'red oil to, l? is of water. If using on 4dortniit. pe, lth trees. it i is Iest to use ..Lst tritlith Igi oil to 20glela w telr. As a to l.bco spray fur tphides durilg -the suilltir, Ile; sdviserd thl use of ihe fohlewii firmiii -i1 ?"i'' 11h In'to .. aeCcii I li '1 'l, 1 s ic;ip" i t :v ty Ste'" ' i'? ater=? , i itili iourii .iy fli ?; i, , ut . ever. t il :*t ob?U 'it°:. tlI hi? tu l ip _,t' n o? . < , t' .ivo. , I 'l l ,i sl ;.(,f blpten jIn h S iir>.i0k ih ii iis1c If .. lteti +::i ni :' ti"li? . t ','it , it , iii - steve ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 January 1914

STBIKlS YOU ANT TIME. Never know when or where backache p.iue will strike you. The kidneys will go wrong, and when they do the first warning is generally through the back. Neglect means many serious ills, it's only a short step from common backache to rheumatic pains, urinary disorders, dropsy and Bripllt's Disease. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills coure every ill of the kidneys and bladder. Read this testimony, it tell" of a cure that lasted. Mrs. Wilson, Mill Road, Hamilton, says:--"I have been in grand health since I used Doan's Backache Kidney Pills; they fixed me up completely. Before I used this remed I was a great sufferer with disordered kidneys. The pains in the small of my back were dreadful, while to stoop was almost an impossibility. I could not do my work without suffering torture, and I always felt tired. When Doan's Backache Kidney Pills were first adver tised iit Hamilton I got a bottle, and they cured me. I have heard a good many people complaining about sore b.tcks, si...

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