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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 August 1914

T'M:a?tl.L --l'o one knows the battle ?rounida 6f Europe better than D)r. Fitch t', the author of '"How England Saved Euroje," tce., and his summary in "Life" for Seplemzber of the events of the present clamitcus outbreak among thle entirns is deeply interesting and instructive. Tuking the Austrian attlnack upon Servia ans the starling point. he emphasi's the fo!ly .ef tihe aged Austrmn ]Eperon ip forcing Austlria's quarsrel with Servia iand kind litig amorlng Ilte greast natious so gigan tic a conflagration. "Bu. Lehind the perso:nal causis of the war stand the 4eo dim vast slhapces of a Pan S-,,e League and a Pan-German League,' r-itis Dr. Fitchlett. 'This is the teal cause of tihe corfllict, thle real inexpi-able fittI betwixt Slav and Teuton." Mlaps and diagrams add to I ihe interest of this _emmary, and. a pboweful cartoon by "iuttalt lends fote to it. "'Lfe is dievoting a portion of its spase to a dinry -f the war, atndt annoulces this as the fihst Of a nutmberi of war issues....

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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WAR IN EUROPE. Melbourne, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 August 1914

WAR IN EUROPE. [Router s Cablegrams] 1Melbourne, Thursday Evening. Three simultaneous battles are in progres for mastery in North .Belgium. The Germans are getting towards 1Brussels. Y'?s ~su-i dy of great deeds. ,Yesterday. 's . y ' Ant~werp, the chief port of Belginm, is prep'Lring for a fi:al stand. Tile Ilnews regarding Liege is con flicting. _The Frnclh j.ust relched Blaimont in time to saye thoe IMayor and civic ,utholities flroin e?xecution. Iundications in "Geimin naval quar ters lead to a bulief:: thatI a battle is imponding in th?e North Seas. Freincl cavdryl l;s itertelcd Luxcm Thile Frencl uie sEodil3 adsaicing is AIOSLL. Geu' asy hiss r ?jctedil Japani's ullti matilin to withdriaw or disarm her war ships il Chino Japaneiso ?ates, aniid to deliver to Jhapan by?tli Septembcr un conditionailly ' tlih entire tcerritory ;of Kioa chau, for dL;einial ;rstora~tion to Chinua. 'Tlhe Serviauis jlis nv nilinhilated -an. othiir Aiistriaii i'c iineiit .:' : . Conifirmation lhisibel-'...

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

Rheumatism. I. - . ENDIGO LADY'S RECOVERY. ": *Nine years ago I was a great i:lf "Screr from Rheumatism, being laid 11i 'or three weeks," writes Mrs. lliza beth Bray, of Carolln st., Quarry IHil:. Ben Sgo. Vie. SI i After try ing :ieveral ' - I i ir e iI! ed!e.I will' little or 1io irn **.7 provernent. I decided "o Mrse's In d!an lt(ot S- /11, 1Pill,. At ",m , u, 'br ,.„ , tth a t p e r io d I was bad .Eadecd, having to hobble abcut with the assistance of a walking slicl.h when able to leare my bed. The etfect of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills was marvellous, and my recovery iwas rapid. I only useC half a bottle of Pills and became myself once more-restored to perfect health. I am a woman cf usually vigorous Lealth and am a great believer In your remedy. MIy husband also lhas (ftalth in thein for relief of BaJtlaclie and Kidney Trouble." Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills proved Teffective because they drove the Uric Acid (.lt of Cile system, purifed thle blocd, and aided In the digestion...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 August 1914

-aOR SALE-Walnut Upright Grand -' Pian-. Cash on terms, Mrs. BIrown, .rfo Mrs. Robb, IHurd street, Portland. OR SALE-Chenp, a single-funrowed Pl Iough, lmnost new; also a tone per nmbulatir, leather hod, new. Apply, E. Ididdleton HIIE' per.on who was s-ni taking iny I rabbit trap- from Oi-(ourne's tin l?ouse at the Sandhills and neighblrholod nladbetter rcturn1 theiI at once, to snvo inpleasan[tne..-·.--., Waldron. SOCIAL--AIll Saints' Social will ibe Ihehl in Oddfellowrs' Hall on FRI DAY, tile 21st August. Thid roiund ualtzing cnmletitiirr will take plaice, Good murie, long Inight, refreshments. P. iO'Donnill, 1hon. sec. F you want. a lloulsellholl or good Selpa r ator interview W. II loera , local •-gen for tile ieltic Paash ])airy Mac"nhm 'ery Co, , " Wattle Day League. A LlI, rjies aonl Gentlemen are invitedl , to atltend tile aivrc' meeting at the I'.own iHlall onu.'l'o-dav, 23thi, at 8 p ni., to areange for sending a truck of WVattle BIlos. omo to tle laruly M51ayorews of bell...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 August 1914

W. HE.MERS. COCH BUILDER, General Blacksmith, Wheelwright & Horseshoer ,,PERCY. STREET, POETLAND. . i ?ags to th~unk his numerous patrons for their liberal au port in the ' a. l 1t nablfy'lbth'i a1 th. p tlih gvnarillv thatb it will his oatant aim, th te con'ilenldI by do. uniformly good work. Nw ~a?d Soonid-hatd BDggles always on Hand. . a ouosmithing ione, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repaired-? Careful att?ntion gilven to the tyreing of wheels. ir- Etlmates given for all repairs, if required. E&rso-shocing Strictly Attondo. to. S l'qgio of h11 loscriptions Rapnirea1, aintai and renewed. plough Repaired Made Lightsct draught. A.H go SliOpIC and Strong, They Cannot go Wrong, gnmpllcltey If a great thing in a newng ht m oehrfe,?epeetlay when you live in the country sno hev.e i 8t' it tyoursel. WARD S ROS. Machinec hove fewer parts than I dy other--nothtnle to get out of order, Pouorstehper than others 'd pay treight to your stntion- gua~rantee every malch...

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PORTLAND BAND [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 August 1914

PonTrAnD BANED,- The annual Ineet ing of the Portland Band will held at the Town HIall onl Wednesday evening next at 8 o'clock. V. have received from Mr. H. .1. M. Campbell, M5L.A., a copy of a bill which Ihas beeni Introduced into the Legislative Assemlbly fur the purpose of amending the Railway Lanldls Ac quisition Act. VoLr.uN'rnEs --Thle Heywood railway station was tihe scene of great excite nlment on Thursday morning, when 23 yolung men, who had volunteered as artillery outriders, left by tihe morning trainl for Melbourne. A wire came through the day before stating that tihe men haIll to go at once. Some of tihe best-riders in the district are included in the batch. The HIeywocd brass bandl wras in attendance and played several National airs. There was great cheer ing on the dcpartu:re of the train. PTru?lroTic CONcIcur.--A c ncelrt inl connection with the movement to pro vide conlforts for our soldicrs (luring their campaign abroad will be held in the Free Library hall this ev...

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Biotches On race CAUSED BY BILICUS CONDITION [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 August 1914

CAUC'ZD CY DILIOUS CONOIT!ON ! o hitng is mnore worrying to peo io, speocially ladic, than to h:avo their ,complexions ebpoled by p:im p!cs and Lotchos.' These are :invart ably du :to poor condition' of the tlood; cinfsed by a disordered liver not porformring its founctions, ind a? remedy tiatswill set tlhiillver right is consequently the only lthiing to: free oiie from those dislfiguring and painful cruptions. An exciellent in stance of the eficacy of Dr.. lorse's Indian Roat'Pills as a blood puri fylng remedy is related by Miss Vio let Bayley, of 3 MIoores Street, off Dotany Rd., Alexandria, N.S.W., who writes:-"Just a few lines to say that I have been taking Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills and found tliey do me a great amount of good. Pre vionusly I was always suffering from Bilious Attacks, in addition to this I had red patches on my face and was languid and tired every day. Hlaving taken doctor's medicines without feeling any better for It, and as onle of my cousins had re-. ceiv...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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BARLEY WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 August 1914

BARLEY WATER. I oz. .pntent barley, 1 quart bniling rrwater, 2 oz. sugar, leImon poeo er oe namenc,:c lMix tthe patent barley to a smooth paste with a wineglass of cold ater, pour this illto the boiling wa tr, and stir over the fire while boil mog for five minutes, then flavor with either lemon peel or cinoanrmo, and Iwcet.e?,.

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DONE SO QUIETLY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 August 1914

DDONTE 80 QUSTLT It comeslike a ray of sunahine. Makes the old folks happy. Makes the young folks joyful. Takes the load off the back, It's all done so quietly. No fuss about it. What is it? Why, Duan's Backache Kidney Pills. The little kidney wonder-workers. What will they do? Rad what this woman eays:-. -Mrs. John Guy, Portland South, says: hli"My husband was a great suffered with us kidneys for a long time. His back teed to ache ferrfully, and he could at imes hardly move. He always felt tired and languid, and Ihad no energy for any. thing. Sometnimes he has been so ill that he culd not attend his work, in fact, was fit for nIotlhig. One day a friend asked him had he tried Dean's Backache Kidney Pills. and as he had not, he urged him to give tlhls remedy a trial. He sent for some without delay, and they worked wonders it htis case. A few doses relieved him a little, and after taking four bottle Ihe was free of all aches and Ipains, and felt better in every way. Sume little~ time ...

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

"Oun" FLEEs'T.--On Friday night last week, whon the rumor that six German warships were cff the coast of Queenslhsnd ran like wildfire round the streets of Sydney, men took off their hats to Andros, Fisher and the Fed eral Labor party for that we had such a ship as the Austra'ia to make some show .of defence. Had the Federal Labor party never lare been in otlice we woald have had on the coast only obsolete craft that an armed pissenger boat could have licked. So m-n who have never voted Labor in their lives held their hats in their hInods and drank Fisher's healtl.--C. A. Jeffries, 2141 George-street, Sydney. GOOD NEWS FOR LADIES. Ladies will be pleased to learn that the,"Natura' Health 0o, of Mel bourne, are sending their highly qualified lady representative to Portland on a short visit. The visit is being esgerly looked forward to, and takes placeon Tuesday, September 22,when the Company's repro. sentativo may be seen at Mac's H-tol fIem tO10 to 7.30. Ladies whoso health is causin...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pocket Wireless. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 August 1914

Poclket Wireless, SThe latest ldevelopnmiln t in 'i:dess r'clei'rnhl .wa. s shown rece itl' at tilhe Imperial College, South ,ejsin_,iton, by the' Mardonii Comlan?y It tooli the form of a "loeket wireless." In four little knapsacks all'necessery ppanaatus can be stood. and if:.a party were lost in a- wilderiess, help conld he easilY' summbned.: At nre-. szent the a.oarat;us cann only seld imessages within an area of 15 miles, 'out it is exceeted that in .time this range will.be greatly increased.

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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"THE TINKER'S CAMP." [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 August 1914

',THE TINKER'S CAMP." 'At thoeedge of the wood on a fla grassy sHeltered corner, with a crys tal brook babbling by, is erected the tinker's camp, consisting of . small, Ihouse-made tents with branches of trees for poles and sacks for can vas, and which do not conform to military pattern, nor have tlhe plans passed the Dean of Guild. They care not for conventionality. They live the siinple life on frugal fare. The tent fire is kindled from sticks gathered in the wood and whatever coal. can he gatlierd by the wayside during their itineracy. The collec tion of corned beef cans and syrup tins are arranged out, and old and young are busy cleaning and cutting the tins. t be made :into saleable waeil?s. -The old inan and woman, with faces covered with linds of worry and.the effects of the weather, sit sucking anl old black cutty up against their cheelk are casting fur tive glances at tlie younger ones to see that they are doing their work right, uttering ain occasional oath at th0e "kids" ...

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GERMANY YIELDS TO JAPAN. Washington, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 August 1914

GERMANY YIELDS TO JAPAN. S Washington, Thursday. The State Department has received without cnmment a statement, from Germany that the Kaiser intends to iomediately cede KsioChau hack to ObChina. China asked what the United States attitude would be in the case China so cepted the Kaiser's offer. It is uoderstorod that the State De partment has informed China that tihe United Statps is unab!e to answer the inquiry whether she would undertake the trusteeship iavo!ving the transfer of Kiao Chau to China until she pre viously coneu'tod both Japmn and Great Britain, and secured their coh sent.

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GERMANS OCCUPY BRUSSELS. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 August 1914

GERMANS, OCCUPY BRUSSECLS. London, Thursday. The Germans occupied Brussels this afternoon. The streets of the city were deserted, and the advancing Germans pitile'sly fired farms, villages and crops. Mr. Martin Donohur, the 'Daily Chronicle's" war correspondent, tele graphing from Ghent, states that the abandonment of Brussels was the re suit of a conference bet?een the com mandkr of the Allies and the civic autthoritiee, and was the only method of'saving the historic monumenbs frcm tihe German savages. The decision was highlydispleasing to the.civic guards, who were manning thle entrenchments. The townsfolk of Brussels awaited the coming of the Prussians bravely, thoughl previously they had been wit nessi'g the arrival of thousands of half. clad and homeless peasants, who fled before the Prussian bayonets.

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BOROUGH ELECTION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 August 1914

BOROUGH ELE?CTION (T'o the Editor.) Sii,-I have jusb received a circular from Mr. WV. A. Jarretr, one of the candidates for a sealt in the Borough Council, In ·hat circular he says he is seeking the seat; vcated by Or. HIan Ilon, What does he meah? I should like to ask Mr. Jarrett one or two qaes tione. First, did he know that Mr. Haulon asked Mr. Hamilton Allen to stand for his seat 7 Second, is it true that he signed Mr. Allen's nomination paper before he was asked to contest the election in the Liberal interest? If so, he is in opposition to Mr. Allen and smoodging to the Libour party. A hittle information on this .question will enable Messrs. Allen and McDonald to put clear and well defined issues on their card;.-Your· , &:., LIBERAL ELECTOR.

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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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. THE BOROUGH ELECTIONS AND THE HOSPITAL SCANDAL. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 August 1914

CORRESPONDENCE It ia to be disstnctly understood that we <n Io'tJ wayidenft4yoirselves with theopinlion expressed bY oear crrespondents. • Tue Botonou ELECTroNs AND :TH E HOSerTAtL ScSNDAlr: (To tlie Editor.) Sir,--N~ow that our municipal elec tions are again'before us I sl.ould like, with your rermission, to ask Or. Wyatt a few questions concerning his actions as. ad administrator 6f Borougli funds at the Hospital. Firstly, is hl (Or. Wyatt) satistied with the illegal hold aod-corner manriner of his own and his fellow committee usmen's election to the board of management tothatl Institu tion? Does he non think that siice there has been a deliberate exclusion of the bulk of subscribers from the annual meetings of this body it behoves him and any other honorable member of the committee to retire and allow tha. public to elect an entirely new com mitter5 If he is satisified that hlie cau, w~ith honor, retain his position there, will he then answer these other ques tioos? Is...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 August 1914

IN MEMORIAM.     PITTS.--In loving memory of my dear sister, Mrs. Charlie Pitts, who died at Portland 24th August, 1907. Oh what is life that we should crave Our love onelhere again !   Back from a calm aml peaceful grave Into a world of pain. When I think of all the changes That the past years has brought, I am glad that the world that holds you Is the world that changes not. Death often comes to show We love more dearly than we know; But love in death should make us see What love in life should always be. Inserted by her loving and only sister, M. J. Trickey.

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 August 1914

NflW OSTAC RA?SI The new postal rates, itcleding the penny postage on letters, c?ome in force on May 1st. The reduced 'rates are as follow: TEIROUGH OUT COMMOI WEALTHI AVD PAl UPA. Letter ld.pei ? z. Lette ards,singl,3d .eac Do. reply ,d.each half. Postcards,stngl ,Id. each Do. reply, Id. each half. Printed papers. Old .per 2 o0. Books, p lotit'--t utide Australis, 0. per 8;oz;. n Australia O3d .per 8 ez. Matazln es-l'riltld in Australia, Old. per 8 -z.; printed outside Anstralia, O'd. pier 4 oz. "Hanuard," Old. per 12 oz. Caommercial papers .patterns, samples and mercl.a:dise, ld. per 2 rz. (IVERSEA DOMINIONS Letters from the Cummmoniweaell. to the United Kiegdomn, oversea dominionr, British colonies and protrctorates except the New HebrideF, Id. per A z. NEW ZEALAND AND TI EISLANDS. The ra:es to New Zealand, Figi ands British Solumo, Islands are: Let 1d j oz. Po ards ngle ld. D rep Id.ea Lo ar ingl d. Do reply ,ld eanch ha SMilgaziese id. 8 .a., additional 4 o Old. B]ooks, Id. 4 ?...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 August 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. ''he olloHing is a lijtof tolophonc:stati and chargLes: lanme Fi. 3mine. Additiona] oflTown Conversation, 3mine. llranxholmo 18d 8d Blyaduk 1 9Od l Uape N.e!on 2d 2d Cavendish l 9d *Casterton via BIranxhohnm I 9d Utis~erton via Hamltilton 18 4d Is Coloraino *h 4d Is Condohl C d Cdr Cr·ooalo' is 9d Uooralngton 1J g Dinghy, via Bralnaliolmo -is Cd Duokold Is Cd Olocnthlom poon is 4d Is liawkcodvlo Isj Cd Haininiltonl is Cd ~Hoywood id 2d K~entbrookr Cd Cid Kirurtatll Is 9d Koroit is Cd Lake Boa~a I le d 1 2d Maucarthur Is 4-d isl :ilcrioo, via I:i air Xlinolli o Is Cd IMortoon via Hanmilton Is 4d is .ouont Gambior la 9d Aloyne Falla l,. .9d Nyan3)n xl6 5( Norrawong 2d 2d Nelson 8d 6d Penmlurst Is 9d Port Fairy 8d 6d Port McDoune 1s 4d Ia Hipponhurst Is 9d Tyrendorra " d . , Sd Ynambuk . Sd 6d *Vallacedal 8d 6d Warrnambool las Wickliff ' la 1O Is2 WVoolothorpe Is 9d Fee for messenger call, any person dind a iilin one mile--3d. 'Note.-Branxholr.e closes from p...

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 August 1914

To rtl Ari cn) TO DA ,kV'l-.L 10 I,1?,. Maslsor the andermnationce offices ol e at i'ortlandaas follow:- [a ila0at and Adilaide 7.50 am 7.50 am 7.60 a?m ft ia. Ilarat .. 0 a 750 a 70am 7.50 m 7.50( a t 7. . l estee ... Opm 9 9pm 1, I.. - Brauxliolme ... Lou am 7.50 a nm 7.60 a in7.,?0 a in 7.:, asterton .. .-. 71,50 a m 7.10 a inm 7.0 a 7 bu. atm I .I in r OCape Bridgewater -. 9 a nn Uape Oteloon .. m Cockatoo Valley ... (worth Portland) 8.60 a n .rOa n UGodrington - ... m m9 p,. ? I ? nileraiao ... .0 a m 7.60 am 7.u a arr. 7.50 a In 7.60 t m Condal ... . 7.60 a i 1.50 am 7.50 a:n 7,0 an 7.50 a an'' Dartmoor . 7. , 7.60I a. 1 7 n: English Mail,Wedne'e 00am , days' 7.50 a.m.: orao .. ... .0 am 9 , 0 a Himillton ... .60 am 7.00 am 7.50 am 7.50a ni 7 Oam I. . - leywood ... 7.60 am 7.50 am 7.50 a ru 7. am 7.10am a ... - heatbruck.. .. 7.50 a m 7.50 a nm LCL Bridg'w'atar - 9 am 9 n mn Iyous .. - ... r.50 a n: |c 7.6(, i m bl ibourn, .. . 7 am 0 am 7.50am 7,60 am 7.0 a n. 7.Ui a n Mlrino...

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