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EUROPEAN WAR. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 August 1914

LUPROPIEAN.= WAR ' .(To the .Editor.)' '. .Sir, Since the bgrinning of hostili: ties '.lbt-ween .Fidiice. and Ge?, rny a. iunmher of our townspopnpa liavsi called: on? iinasking.:if:I "cou'd sipply-theili wi tl ieh word.s, in' English; of ?'L-, 'dsr eil ise." s edless'to siy I was only t:oo plias:rd ito do so. As only a very few people here and 1 may say in the who'e:-Oomruon?ealtht, . are I? qusiriled with themcsb e tirrig irworids of the nation'il son-. uf tiny natiive land" I sill: be. pleased if yo? cian spare.stif. ficienttspace rolpublish thleni. -T am iiforined:ithit at the Patrio:im' Concert to be ;heid ini the Library Hall oll Mon day nex"o 'La -lisrs:ilmiise's is one.of the itenis on :iie'prngranuime If this -is:so I- imncerely. hope that. whrI this itenm is riendered the audience will rise aud-lmji in the rnideritin of this in ti, stiirri?g soiir g English trnimslation en closed.--Yours, etc.,. J. L E. , BOU R.LUD.

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WAR IN EUROPE. LATEST Melbourne, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 August 1914

WAR IN EUROPE. ----------- LATEST [Reuters Cablegrams] Melbourne, Wednesday Evening. The Belgians again refused the Ger. mane a passage through their terri. tory. Showing that the wanrie unparalleled in magnitude in the history of the world, it is estimated that 8,500,000 men are under arms in Europe ready for war, besides 340,000 seamen. A great battle has been proceeding since Monday. The Germans endea. voared to reach Waterloo but werl swept back. The advanee of the French, cautious and methodical, is becoming definite. The Germans are retreating in dis order in Upper Alsace, some goin, north, others east. The French are advancing steadily towards Strassburg For essential reasons no correspon. dents are allowed with the Allied forces at the front. The final disposition of troops was mrade on Monday hlst fur the great battles. The German's forward movement has beesi checked. The Germans are accused of atroci. ous conduct. It is alleged that they hanged jI~Uts, Women and chi!drec a...

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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

G CORRESPONDENCE It is to be distinctly understood that we at 1e way identifjyorselves with theopinion expressed by our cgrrespondents. IIELP FOR OUR SOLDIERS. (To the Editor.) Sir,-I feel sure that there are many in Portland who are able and willing to contribute to a fund 'to provide for any disabled amnong our soldiers. and for those dpceiidteuit upon theinm We can help the Empire in her needs by letting our brave feHows know. that while they are away, fightiog in the Eimpre's cause thy. need have no fears for the onateiital well being tof thein selves or theirs, 'Any' amounts con tributedl "throuc?h :yourselvee , any Couicillor, theTouwin-C.eikor :myself will be. du'y sacl-nowlt:cedl. throughl your t:cumnis aind foirid. f ded to .the' Lord'Mlayi' 'fund.. -Yiu'ri.truly,' . SJ.j;:WILLIAMSON.

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WAR IN EUROPE. BRITISH FORCE LANDED IN FRANCE. GERMANS HELD IN CHECK. Melbourne, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 August 1914

WAR IN EUROPE.,: - -- ---- [Renter's Cablograms] ItTISl FORCE LANDED IN FRANCE. GEDNhMANS ELD IN CHECK. SMelbournel l'eT - duy Eveningi TIe fitrst luge Gerlati Ih ghas atr A ',,,eat fighbis t pioe eding between French t ti dOci ermal 'forces lt?eVcn ilf t anld Allirk oin'l thii fontier of i n It)lnohlue, the.? wellSknown vwar. corrosp1int idesd ieCs . Cetnatny's con ssurlat' arrauggmenits -s iehi cl,,t t.31en and hol'sesc :ar e stde1 arvin'g:;. . TIe French wingt neiit"Dintutt i'ts oltrmobe'r lby fon! to one,:ltid :tho Fetclt were bittlly cuti u and almiost tbrket;, whent "''Th .lintseilaisc~ vas uddeinlY' starttedl, and the :itrenili 'l lied landI hurled tliemselves withi ,gon ideful galiti?try on the: fo? nnad.truttedl Tie Icrench Medaitcrneian fleet .,pt ih, Ahitiitte . fiti noit"as it'niro ail made i nnumbeib 'of cidtStu ces, in dliin iltporltint, Aitstrai ciic th ses. 'lIe I iitians dtftttel F five: ciirny c, f , ,t e llrm ns iln Galicia. -....:.'-:" '. ('apturi I y the Allies ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 August 1914

Rheumatism. T • 'NDIGO LADY'S RECOVERY. "Sine years ago I was a great r.?: " .erer from IRheumatism, being laid IIu S sr three weeks," writes bMrs. El1:a beth ira,y of (C'toht ' St. Quarry After try . "' legi several r e in ed!.a wilth little o'r no In . ? ,N :+ 1rovecnrnt, I decided ".to try D r. M!orse':; Itt .-i.i-'/- ll. At : ' . PI.,, that period I was blad S. tdeced, having to Iobble about with : r: assi stance of a walking stick, , when able to leave my bed. The S rect of Dr. Morse's landan Rtoot l'ills' ."ats marvellous, and o my recovery . a.. raiyd. I only use htialf a' bottle of Pilts and became myself, once more-restored to perfect health. I, , stm a woman o, usunlly vigorous ::: atth and am a great believer In ': ur, remedy. My hIusband alsohas' S faitILh themt for relief of Iac:echoii .'ii Kidney Trouble.' Dr. . Alorso's Indian Root Pilll proved , - fftctive.because they drove the Uric A-'Acd cut of .the system, purified the blockl and aided 'tI the d!gestion and sa.5i...

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STRANGER THAN FICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 August 1914

STRANCER THAN FICTION. tjY PETi t,) ?.Peter is:- summoned to.: the :war. When it is renmembered that he was the, wiinlerof, the gold medal for the high st s?ore :at .he musketry'course 'at Lower Capo 1Bridgewitter the dire sig? nifiiance .anid the. oieio?sness of this step will bo uriderstood;: Terrible es:it may seem, such. a. course may be. teh niost humane in :tie eod.: Sudden death for m-any aiid a: speedy settlementeiif the trouble is vastly better. tlian'lin geriing misery, famine annd ?eathl in a lon0 drawii out conflict. But it is ,heart rending to contemplaite the spectaclo of lie :anxious Germniari widow who so lately watched his martial figuie march ing to the fronit weami y watching' for hiui :who will .never again come over the hill. And the children's persistent cry, "When is daddy coming back' Oh,. mummy, when is d(iJdy comning hlom.?" But, 'alas, lie will lany in- the long trench with many thousands of his coinrads, arid will never 'more hear the merrylprat tieof his...

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LA MARSEILLAISE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 August 1914

. :LJ MA[ifSEIATaA'ISE., Y'o snis of F'rance, awake to glory! Hiartk, I hark, whallt mllyriaids roiind you rise. Your children, wi vIes ld grtandsiresa holary. Blhold their toearsa nd hear their cries. Behold their tears and hear thleir Cries. Shlill hatelful tyrants, misclief bIreeding, With biroliig hosts. it r llian libad, Atfliighll anlld desolate tuh. land, \Vliile Peace anid Libertil.y lio bleeding.. To rlltis! To armls, ye blrilv' The avellg" iilgsword unslheatli. M?trc llt on! M?'arch onl! All lteart resolved on lilerty or dleath. Now, liw, ?hldtangtrouts stormi is rolling, SWhich tretherous kings confederate IThe tdogsi of war, let loose, at hIowling. Anld lo, otr litlds and cities blaze. A nd lo, outr Iiolds and cities blaze; And shlall we basely view Itle ruin, While latwless force, with guilty stridle, Spreads desolation fill antld wide, With crites aitt blootl his liands itltrui - ing. ITo its! To ,m its, ye brave. "&c. With lulxulry 'and .pridu .lirtroundd, t-l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 August 1914

IMPORTANT TO LADIES. At the request tf thetr miny p" tients, the "Natura' Health Co., of Mel bourue, are sending their highly qualitled lady representative to Portland (t1 a short isit. The visit is being eagerly looked forward to, and takeA place on Thurs day and Friday, tihe 20:h and tthe 21st August, when the Company's rppre sentlative may be seen at Mac'd IH tel from 10 to 7.30. Lsdies whose heahlh is causing them anxietyare strongly advised to consult her and learn h3w good heahh may be restored to them by means of the wonderful "Natura' Home Treatment that ha, cured so many thousanda of women and girls. No charge whatever is made for consultation or advice. A full range of all medicines is carried. Mea"t while send 2d. tostage for free Healtlh Guide for woman to Departmenlt OLi, Natura Health Co., 49 Elizubeth street, Melbourne. CROUP AND WHOOPINGt COUGCH. "I used Chamberlain' Cough Rlomedy whel my children, Andrew and Beculahl Wora attackil with croup andl whooping cough, wri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 August 1914

St. Steohen's SUNDAY, 23rd August. Canon Carmichael will preach morn. Atg and ecening. Baptist Church SUNDAY NEXT. Preacher--Pastor IH. Boulter. 'A Y roung (Queen'a Courage : Trui Patriot All Seats . Free. -OR S.ALE--Walnut Upright l aOarnd - P'iam,. Cash on terms, Mrs. Brown, -yo Mrs. Rtobb, Hurd street, l'orthulad. t--1OR SALE--Cheip, .a single-furrowed Plough, almhnost new; al-i, i caine pier lsmuhlator, leather hood; new. Apply, .E. iddtleton ct _ fl ItE pier.a on who was Sei"e takilng mly t rabbit traps fromll (U.hiorlaiiue's tin 2?ause at the Srtlldhills and neighborlthood Juadhletter retuila them it onice, to saIve snjplera?trntnes.-W-. \Vahlrln. - OCIA i,--All Saints', Social will Ie held in Oddlfellows' lhall oni FIRI J)AY, thce 2lst August. Th'id round _altziilig crrmilpetition will take place, Good -uusic, long (night, refaesl?ahneito. P. (Yl)Dnna'll, holnt. ec. Portland Hospital. W ANTED, a General T)oMesti:c must Iho it (l Colok. Salary £0i pelr an urwm. Appily T. T. l'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 August 1914

"1W. H. EMERS. COICHBUILDER, General Bla:ksmth, Wheelwright & Horseshoer PEROY STREET, POLTLAND. FL. bogs o the'c" his numerous patrons for their liberal su port in the' , sol t) 0?tify taau a 1 fl o iili, gnarillye thab it will his ostant aim, their eonf,3ona., by do. uniformly good work,. New and Sacond-lisad B ggles always on Hand. .,unnithing .Done, and ill ds of Agriculturalmploments Repalred'., Careful attention given to the tyreing of wheels. Estimates given for all repairs, if required. " $jorso-Shoolng Striotly Attondod t4. ',ggie of all do3ription3 Ropsiral, 'aintai and renewed. Plough Repaired Made Lightest draught. 0o Stmple aod Strno?g, They Cannot go Wrong. sewing machtne, eapeclrllywhen yon lire In the country and lre P.fr it yourself. WARD DROS. oreec er i thierlog-podt B I We pay freight to your statilu you have it on easy terms. S free. Machines of all makes repaired, Needles and Parts suppliea for any ,iachiue. 36-38 ERROL STREET, NORTH MELBOURNE. 0111R E3...

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

PoI'rT.AND PicL'ieis.- Thli above. nianagtremren are to the fore in assist ing the Patriotic Fund, which is being raised to assist and give little comforts to our expeditionary force and other of our soldiers. They are dev2tihng the whole of the proceeds to that object next Wednesday, the 2(th. Tle ad mission is 1/, children Gd. Hos'rrTAL.-The annual mneeting of tle Hospital will be held on the l21ti. See advt. MouI Vi LUNriiniIs.-Thlis ImiorninK i third batch of voouintres entrained for Melblourne to botir thlnlselves' for service abroad. Three wric members of the Portland RIiflo Club, namely, W. Bruce, V. Liglltbody and H.. Parker. The others, so far ils we know, were P. Allen, .L K]enny land C. McConlb'i. A fair crowsd gathlered, but littleoirnode ilonstraltion Imarked the volunteers' de parture - Som isurprise has been ex pressed lt tihe fact that only five men wero aiccepted of the fourtecein Naval Reserve whlo went to Melbourne last week. ,, I'ln i iflrry, deep-sea si5ilor, Ma...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 August 1914

DIED. SMITIT.-On thl 17th August, 1914, at Strawierry llarduis, West Portland, Mary Ann, beloved wife of Thomias I. Smith, and only daughter of Christina Smith; aged 40years. THURSDAY, AUGUST 20,1914

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Observer EXTRAORDINARY. WAR IN EUROPE. LATEST NEWS. Melbourne, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 August 1914

@Dservge EXTRAORDINARY. WAR IN EUROPE. [Reuters C blelgamns] LATEST NEWS, lMelbourne, Saturday Evening. The Germans have followed up their capture of Brussels by imposing a war tax of £8,000,000 upon the city. The weight of the German army is being thrown against the Allies' left wing. Antwerp is provided with provisions to last a six months' siege. The greatest hattle in the world's history is commencing between the main forces of the French anti Ger" man armies. Official confirmation hits been given to the report that the eldi st son of the Kaiser was killed at Liege. Japan will commence the olimbard ment of Tsing Tau, nealr Kio. chad, to mnorrow. The Germans, in their retreat through Alsace towards tlhe Rhine, lost thou sands of men and 24 guns. The French met with a ireverse ini Lorraine yesterday. Freiich troops inre with II a day s march of Metz. Euminenmt militariy e rperts say.tlirt i : the war is prolongedtl for any length of time the Genman forces vi!l iever g"c.t back, as...

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PATRIOTIC FUND [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 August 1914

PA'TIO'IC FUND The first initalnmnt of comforts for our soldiers and sailors from Portland patriotic workers is now ready. Every aften.oon during the past week, from Monday, tlie 17th, between 50 and 60 ladies and gentlemen have been busily cngaged making warm ind comfortable garments for the bravo men are going to defend the Empire.' Sixteen sewing maclines were kindly lent for this pur: pose, and a large amount of aorkholas been done. St. Stephen's hall will be open from 3 to 5 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon next; 26th linst, so that any whio, are interested may come and see thl work tlhat has been done being packed i;naiid sent to the custodians of the Lady Mayoress' fund in Mel' bouri; . ' ' The following donations have been received to purclhase materials for mak ing articles of clothing for the soldiers and sailors, in response to the meeting called by tihe Mayoress: MrJ. J. Long £3//, Mrs Williamson £1/1. £1 each from Mesdames Sloe. man, Murch, W. Hanlon, Treloar and Miss M. ...

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 August 1914

Poztal Arranncrate BVI18ED 10 DA.L. Malls'or the undermentioned offices close at Portlandlas follow:- I ..arat and Ad~laidb 7.60 am 7.50am a.. mm 7.C? . i to," liart .... ... 7.50 am 7.50am r .o U ann7.5 . 71 a. lOstee . ... i pm 9 Lpm 1 tranxholme " ... .O am 7.50 am 7.60 a m 7. ?5 m ;t . . ajterton?... - - . am 7.6 am 7.60a mT'., a ru ,. Oape Bridgewater - 9 am a .' l Uape helson ipm ockatoo Valle 8.50 a am | . n, tNnorth Portlnland) CoJring'on ... pm 9 pm jm * .. L Uleralne ... - 160 am 7,50am 7.50 a r. 7.50 m 7.Sam' m ?, . OUn ih ... -. O am 7.50 am 7.50 am ita ;n 'U0 0m Dartmoor .- . - 7.50 am 7.5A( cn. Urik Drik .S **. 7.60 ai m English Mail,We;dne . .50 am Ii ,'r .d ys, 7.5J n.m._ GOsras .. * 8.50 am 8 50 a n l amilton ... - 7.i a.lm 7.0 am 7.50 ,m o7.900 ; i7.:r0 a n " Lteywonl .. .*. a60 am 7.50am .0 am 70a 7.5 0 am ..? " Kenthruck... "-... 7.50 am 7.7k a LC Brllgewater - 9 am 9 am Lyons - ... 7 .50 an 7.00 am Mitbourn.- - 7 60 am 750 am 7.50 am 7.50 a 7.50 a n. bl Mirlno ....

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PROPOSED BOROUGH LOAN. A REFERENDUM ASKED FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 August 1914

SPROPOSED U LOA A REFERIENDUIM ASKEl) FOp, On Friday last Mr. W. T. Bennett presenttdl t the Mayor a numerously signed petition asking that a refere. dlum of tile ratopayers be taken on Thursday next, in connection with tile borough election, on tie questi,n of the prcposed loan of £2500 for the eul chase of a roadmaking plant. .tu. joined is tihe text of the petition and the Mlayor's reply: To His Worship the MIayor ansi Coun. cillors of the Borough of Portland.n We, the undersigned ratepayers of the Borough of Portlandl, respectfully re quest that you will cau-eo a rcferelndul to be taken at the forthcoming Loroug, election on Thursday next, August 27 on the question of the proposed lola for roadmaking plant, as tlhere is great diversity of opinion regardin, same We would respcctfully point ostl thallt as the election for councillors taksc place on 27th inst. very little extra expense would be inculcrred thereh Trusting you wuill give this petitis your urgent consilcderation, we a...

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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 August 1914

N HW CSTAC RATES, The new postal rates, iiclnding thf penny postage on letters, came in force on Mlay 1st. The reduced .rates are as follow: THROUGHOUT COM5l01 WEALTH AND PAPUPA. Letter Id,pel oz. Lette ards,aingl ,ld eac Do. reply ,ld. each half. l'o6lcards,singl ,ld. each Do. reply, Id. each half. Printed papers Od .per 2 oz. Booksl, pIiltt e- i u?id- ALufIali, 01 per 8Soz;. n Australia Oid .per 8 ez. Magazin es-l'rintid in Australia, Old. per 8 oz.; printed outside Australia, Ojd. per 4 oz. "Bansard"' Oid. per 12 oz. Commercial papers .patterne, samples and merch.andiee, Id. per 2 (z. OVERSEA DOMINIONS Letters from the Cimmonnwealth to the United Kitngdom, oversea dominione, Britirh colonies and protectorates except the New Hebrides, Id. per I <z. NEW ZEALAND AND TBEISLANDS. The rates to New Zealand, Figi and British Solomo- 16l;nds are: Let Id j oz. Po arda ngle ld. D rep Id.ea Le ar ingi d. Do reply, d .each bha Magazines Id. 8 oa., additional 4 o old. Books, Id. 4 z...

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DEATH OF THE POPE. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 August 1914

'DEATH OF' THE~ POPE, [Reuters Cablegaiens.] ..Loldon, Thurlidy. His HIoliness the Pope is dead. His last audible words were a prayer for peace. He said, "Ahnlighty O od, if thy inexhanstible goodness wishes it, save meo tihe horrors of war." The Pope's sister Anna died fronk shock on hearing of his death. Tho Popo died poor, leaving his sis ters-£3 a week.

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 August 1914

FORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. 'Ite olloving isa listof telephone~stati and clharg.es:-. lName Fi. 3mins. Additional oflTown Conversation. 3mins. "Branxholmo ;*. 6d Iiysduk li 9d Cape Ni~!on 24 2d Cavendish Is 91 *Casterton via Bronxhlolnme la 9d Caaterton via IHamilton Ia Id Is Colcraino Is 44 Is Condih 6d 54 Croso?le:. Is 9d Delinilgtoa 2.. 94d Digby, via BIlranxholrme la 9d LDunkcld is Od GOlenthcmpson 1 44 las Hawkesdle v l O Gd Hamilton in 9d lifeywood 2d 2d Kentbruck Gd Sd Kirkstall la 9d Koroit is 9d Lake Bol lai 10d 1 2d Mlacarthur la 44 , las Slcrino, via IBranxholrre ' Is 9d Merino, via Hlamilton Is 44 las .lount Gambier Is 9d bloyne Falls la, 9d MBlyamyn 6kl4 5 Nurrawong 24 2d Nelson ad 6d Penslurst Is 9d Port Fairy 8d Od Port McDonne la 4d In itipponhurst sla 9d Tyrendarra Sd 4d Yoambuk .d Sd * Wallacedal 84 (d Warrnambool is 9d Wickliff . la 10d ls 2 Woolathorpe la 9d Foe for meossenger onll, any peroon dind wiahin one milc--3d. Note.--Branxholra clones from p.m. to I p.m. ...

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Football Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 August 1914

Football Melboiurn Satuday. : Followlng are tl1e results of to dzLy'5, matches Carlton 10 11, Essendon 7 . Fitzroy 18.19, University G.2. .' Geclong9.7 St. Kilda 5.15. Richmond 15.15, Melbourno 8.10. South M. 8.9, Collingwood 4.12. North Melbournz Association Pr'e Iiots.

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