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THE RUSSIAN ADVANCE. St. Petersburg, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 31 August 1914

THE RUSSIAN ADVANCE. Sr. Petersburg, Friday. The inhabitants of East Prussia are fleeing towards Berlin. It is reported that traffic on the Western raLilways has been suspended for three days te enable the transfer of troops from the western front to rein foce Eastern Prussia. Smail German detachments which occupied frontier towns in Poland are rapidly vanishing. Kalisz is a heap oifruins, with dead bodies of inhabitants strewing the streets. Rcme, Thursday. In a message from So. Petersburg it is official'y stated that Russia has practically completed ti-e mobilisation of 8.000,000 men, who will be divided into four comies and sent into the field by two millions at a time. The Russians expect to arrive in Berlin in three weeks.

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 31 August 1914

Postal Azzazi& JEc.t 1BLVIbEtD a Da laI. Mailalor tha andermeationedolices close at, Purtlandlas follow:- sialaat and Adelaid 7.600 a mi 7.50i am m 7.I . am li o. Iarat ... 7.50 am 7,60 a u7 P60 am u7.6(> a u 7.I., a leatree ... 9 pm 9 p u. I u, ' . lsranholme -i.ou a im 7.50 am .U a m "7. O a l. aatertou ... - 7.50 am 7.60 a m 7.50 a ni 7.50 a I 7.lI(., Io Uape Bridgewater -. 9 am 91 na U(ape Nelson I Cockatoo Valley .. . (North Portland) 8.5 a n 8.61a ma GoJrington .--. pm 9 m m i. . Unlorai? e ... 7.60 am 7,60 am 7.5u a a. 7.0 a I7.,0, i" n Jondah ... -. 7.60 am 1.;0 am 7.0 tni 7,.0 am 7.50 a n lnk llUrik ne 7.60 am .7.10 I Eaglish Malall,Wedaea I , d.sys,7.5J a,m.: Dorae .50 a m 8 5IC0 a n Shamilton ... . 7.60am 7.60 1a 7.50 am 7.16a 7 .0 am Heywood .. . 1.60 am 7.50 am 7.60 am 7.50a na 7.E0 am j.. - * Kentbruck.. * 7.60 am 7."0 a n, LC OBridgewater 9 am 9 am Lyons ... .. 150 am 7.( (.a m Ialbourn.. ... 7 60 am 7.50-a m 7.00 am 17.60 a m 7.50 a n, Marino . ... 7.0 am ...

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WAR IN EUROPE. Melbourne, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 31 August 1914

WAR IN EUROPE. [Reuter's Cablegrams.] Mclbourne, Saturday Evening. Five German army corps, with cav alry divisions and reserves, ferociously attacked tile British second corps of 50,000 men, the Fiench covering thie 3British flanks. The British bore the bruntof.tho attack. and lost. heayily, but inflicted frightful loss on the Ger mans. The Middlesex, Northeumler lind Fusilliers and South Lancashire regiments suffered the heaviest losses. The Germans are successfully invad in, Nlorthern France. Paris is ip:e paring for the worst. British armoured cruisers and de stroyers fought the German second fleet guarding the coast of Heligoland Bight. Two German cruisers and two dostroyers were sunk, a third cruiser is afire, and- seven other vessels were damaged. The British lest no vessels, though a few suffered slight damage. A great battle between the Russians and Austriians is proceeding.' The: Russian third army is pressing on towards Posen, in Germany. The Germans drove 45,000 people ou...

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RECENT FIGHTING. Paris, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 31 August 1914

RECENT FIGHTING. Paris, Friday. Further details regarding the fight. ing last week show that though the French troops had taken up a position on Thursday the British onLly arrived in the nick of time to stem the German onrush, The British were still busy strengthening their positions when they were suddenly, attacked on Sunday morning. Simultaneously other Bri tishers were ordered out from Mons, and came under fire immediately. The English artillery fire was magnificent, but there was not enough of it in com parison with the enemy's. The shells of the Allies burst without fail, but the Germans, who found the range smartly, failed to make (the shells burst, while they frequently fell short, Thousands of Germans fell, The Germans had made no progress by nightfall on Sunday, but bho dead and wounded were scattered over the hills between the canal and the forest. The British loss was small. The play of the German searchlights throullhout the-night was uncanny. It was accompanied by occa...

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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 31 August 1914

NEW OSTAC RATESI The new postal rates, including the penny postage on letters, came in force on May let. The reduced "rates are as follow: THIROUGHOUT COMM1ONWEALTL AND PAPUPA. Letter Id ,pet i z. Lette adse,singl;ld .enc Do. reply ,ld.each half. P ostcards,singl t,d.each Do. reply, Id. each half. Printed papers Ojd .per 2 oz. Books, piinlet"I- tutide Aestralia, 03 per I oz;. n Australia Old per 8 oz. Magnazn es-Printed in Australia, Old. per 8 oz.; printed outside Australia, Old. per4 oz. "Hansard," Old. per 12 oz. Commercial papers .patterns, samples and merchandtse, Id. per 2 oz. OVERSEA DOID11IONS Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdcm, oversea domitnions, British colonies and protectorates except the New Hebrides, Id. per ? to. NEW ZEALAND AND THE ISLANDS. The ra:es to New Zealand, Figi and British Solomon Islands are: Let ld 4 oz. Po arda ogle Id. D rep Id.ea Le ar in gl d. Do reply,ld .each ha Magazines ld. 8 to., additlonal 4 o Old. Books, ld. 4 c . Commte sp Id...

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GERMAN TOGOLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 31 August 1914

GER.?1AN; TOG0~LANI), The GeCi n an iutlioriieslin To'olan:l .ffered to surrender if .oai:owed to re sin all the honors of S .rai. The Bri-. tih conmmander repiied that the sta- rendar, must; Ie uneondilital. Thae Germans bowed to the inevitable.

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DRIK DRIK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 31 August 1914

DRIK DRIK. (From our correspondent.) This is an exceptionally dry season. We have had rain enough for grass and crops, but on hilly ground the sub soil has not got thoroughly web all the winter. Unless we have heavy spring rains, there will be a scarcity of water for stock during the summer. The Gleno!g river is very little above sum mer level. This is a great advantage to the builders of the railway bridge at Dartmor. The pile driving is being pushed on, also the cutting and filling; but there is a great lot of work to be done there before it is ready for the rails. I am to'd that the rails are laid to Spring Creek from Heywood, that is.14 miles laid-12 miles from there to Dartmoor. Occupiers of land here have been doing their utmost to keep the rabbits down by poisoning and trapping, but nothing has been done on Crown lands around, and wire netting will not keep them out of a paddock if they are nun~erous add starving outside. Last Saturday afternoo. Mr. Rodgers, the Liberal candi...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 31 August 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. S I'he ollowing is a list of telephoneoatati Sand charge.s:-. Aame Fi 3mina. Additional ofITown Converoation. 3mine. llranxholmno ,8. 6d lyn'duk I , 9d CUpo e eon 2. 2d Cavendish ls 94 *Casterton via Branxholme In 9d Casterton via Hamilton Is 4d Ia ljoleraine ia 4d is Condeh 6d 54 Crossle- Is 9d Dennington 1. 94 Digby, via Branxholmo Is 9d Dunkeld Is 9d Olenthompson is 4d is Hawkesdelo IsJ 9d Hamilton Is 9d Hoeywood 2d 2d Kentbruck 6d 5d Kirkstall Is 9d Koroit re 9d Lake Bola sl 10d 1 2d Macarthur is 4d Is "31erino, via d Brauxholne 1s 9d Merino, via Hamilton is 4d Is 1Mount Gambler sa 9d M?oyne Falls is. 9d Mlyamy n . d 5l' Narrawong 2d 2d Nelson ad 6d Penslhurot Is 9d Port Fairy 8 d 6d Port McDonne is 4d Is Hipponhurst Is 9d Tyrendarra 3d 3d Yambuk 6d 5d SWallacedal 8d 6d Warrnambool Is g Wickliff Is lOd ls 2 Woolathorpe ls , d Fee for messenger call, any person died wilhin one mile-3d. `Note.-Branxholr.e closes frqm p.m. to p.m. daily, and on Wednesday ...

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BRITISH IN MONS. Paris Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 31 August 1914

BRIITISII IN": O1 S. . r ' : :P WiRdw edi:usiay. Reports staue.b thiat on 8iIurdiay.iid . Sunday '.bh Britili: boýre li brutnt of six disitincet. tita?S i, ill iif' w" iuih wcere repulsed. There uare pil, sof Germaia curpses neir Mon.: ''..

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Borough Election. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 31 August 1914

BOrOugh Election. The annual election for the Borough Council took place on Thursday last, and although there were no burning iquestions before the ratepayers tahe contest created a fair amount of in terest. The candidates.- and their friends were busy..thronglhotit' the day in bringing the eldctors in, and specu lation was rife as to the pi'obable re sult of the poll. ":It nwas "gernerally thought that the r:;etiringt" members, Crs. ])avis and ~:yatit, were coiipara tively safe, but .foiecasts geinerally were somewlat idudefinitel. I Tho poll closed at five o'clock, anid about an hour later the Mayor, is rettiining officer, announccd.tlthe ' resilt its a fol lows: - Personal-' "Postal Votek. "Votes. TI.. Wyatt .... : 9-: 344 Davis . 299 :.:::-7: 306 Allen .;; :':193 : 1:4 208 McDonald 1... 87':"" 9 .... 196 Jarrett .. 39 ?.14 153 Cr. Wyatt, wnho wias receit d with cheers, said his, heaI??'t was f?ill, buti lie would not say all thabt e feltpronipted to stay, "He "thankedl';:llt?:wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 31 August 1914

: ,TENDIGO LADY'S RECOVERY. " Nine years ago I was a great stf : erer from Rhumatism, beiong laid rip :; r three weeks." writes Mrs. El-za beth Ilray. of Caroli: st., Quarry SHill. estn Sd!e'.o Vie. After try ' ing several r e rmI edei. with little SOr 110 Im 2::., ";5ýi% ? provt,.O ent. I decided dian t Root , ltl. At Ir,,.€ IP,, . Ithat period I was badl t:id'ed, :having to hobble- about with tle a?rslstance of a walkhing slick, wn:ae aible to leave mly led. T'rhe ?,eict of Dr. Morse's Indian Root l'1lls orr. rmarvellous, and lly recovery was rapid. I only used half a bottle o(t Pills and became myself once uOrl-e-rest.ored to perfect health. I matr ia womlan of usually vigorous beaith and aml a great breliever Int ycur remedy. My husband also has. faith in them for relief of Batblachle and Kldney Trouble." Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills proved effective brecause they drove tile Uric Acid clit of rihe ysteml, plurificd tile bloodl. andll aided in the digestioi arnld .sistilation of...

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BRAVE BELGIANS London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 31 August 1914

BRAVE BELGIANS Londi n.' Wednesday. In the House of Commoins to morrow Alr. Asqui; iwvill nive. that an address be presented to tho: King of the Bel. gians expressirig Britain's sympathy shlt the iople of Belgium in the hard. ships they have had to un lergo owing to the war which has been w.iged in their territory. The address wi a'so express admiration for the heroic re sistance of the Belgian troops against the wanto invasion by the Germans. In addition the address will emphasise Great Britain's determination to pro vide support':to the Belgians in every way.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 31 August 1914

" tANTEAD, good liousemanid, Wait "'I ress. Apply Mrs. louglass, Club TIotel. ,3.OR SALE, a gotodl Parisian 1I.SA. BICYCLE. Apply r..IoIlthertson jr. W ANTED to purchaeli? Broody llens or Turkeys. Apply "Observer" olfice. W" ANTED, a Smart Lad for Junior Clerical position. Apply at once to W. P1. Anderson and Co. F1OR SALE--Walnut Uprighlt Grand Piano. Cash on terms, Mrs. Brrown, do Mrs. RIobb, ITurd street., Portland. Portland Ladies' Patriotic League MI EET'ING of the Connmittee will A be held on Tuesday Aftertnoon, ?st "eptteinher, at :3.30, in St. Stpllen's hall. ]IltortalIt business. MARY T'ULLOIf, lion. Sec. Portland Hospital. AN'ITE, ia (tllGnerl Domestic; lnust tie S(:Cool Cook. ;alary £4.0 per .il altm. AIplyI T. T'. Pithose',, Secretary, .lfoin y street. Hospital Carnival. rtlll nmeettig of Ladies called for We.tl L th"nesday next in connection with the -above il postl)oned, nId will be held In \Wed a?esdlay, Septerlner 2nl: J.ames R. \Woods, ". Marshall, Replreselntinllg ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 31 August 1914

W. HEMER8. .COACHBUILDER, Goooral Blackcmtth,Wheelwright & Horse hoer PEROY STREET, POETLAND. qr. - bags a th' c his numerous patrons for their liboral an port in the a a It ify tigi n t tl a etlisa i dtltiv teat ib will hia oasynt alms thair eo1filatio ;e by do. duiformly good work.. Now Soand hucon&hId i3Baggloes always on Hand. junsmithing ,Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implomonte Repaired . Oarofiiliatlention given to the tyreing of wheels. Estimates gfOen for all repairs, If required. E?Orso-Shooing Strictly Attondod t9. Iggie of ll d ?t?ription? Repaired, ;aintal and.renewod. lough Repaired.- Iade Lightest draughb. R.l So Simple and Strong, They Cannot go Wrong. gimpllclty IA a great thing In a sewing machfne,-eepeclally when you live in the country and hare t fin it yourself. WARD BROS. 5tachinel have feser parts tlun arel o.her--nothing to get out of order, p'ounds cheaper than others We pay freight to your station Cnarantee every mnchine--and let you h...

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LADIES' PATRIOTIC LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 31 August 1914

LAn~1s1' PAT?'IOTeI LAr:" ,.-'A inect: ing of the committee will be held to morrow (Tuesday) after noon, at 3.30, in St.. Stephen's h 'll. Wa'rrsI.i DAY .-? ith a view to help ing the Patriotic Fund; the :Portliand Wattle Blossom Lehgu ,'is soiding,80 boxes of bloons to Melbodurne to-day for sale on '"Wittle Di)ay," Septcmbei Ist. . Booj?s you Ount SOLDrius.-I-Mrs. T, E. T'ulloh acknowledges with thanks one elso of books from M?. J< Long, B13swood; one ease books froni, Cape. Nelson lightlhouse; books fromlMrs. T. 11 Murplihv, Mrs Errey Mr; Merrifiel, Mr. 1. Ilollard, Mrs Jackitan (St. Leonaidii).d No more required at pi'e sent. S ot.inus'a Co?nowris.--T?; o cases of clotling w;ere packed. for oiur soldii's on Wednesday, 24th itnst.-one o ith hospital shirts, c ., for the lied Ciross Society, and the other contained Ilan niel shirts, socks, cholera belts, l1.1I hndkerchiefs, inufllers, eunfs, etc. T:wo hundred of theso handkerchiefs 'were given and hemrmed by the girls ti...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 31 August 1914

IN MilMORIAMl. BEAUVAIS.-I7n .sd und.loving menory of my dear wife and our darling mother, Bridget Agnes IBeauvais, who died at; Portland on the '2th August, 1911. RIL.P.' SInmniaeulate heart of olary, Your J)layers for her extol. O sacred heart of Jesus, _Have mercy on her soul. Inserted by her loving huslanud, sons, 1d daughlters. MONDAY-, AUGUST 31, 1914

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 September 1914

Postal Arrang(Inta ahVloIsD 10 VA'l. IMalelor the undermouttune 4 ofmices loe at P'ortlaud1as follow:-- [ S . I . € I. hratat and Adtlaide 7.00 a m 7.0 a in o 7.60 m 5 .C a0. lbarat .. 7.50 am 7.50 ca r. to 7.50 am 7.(J a lstrce .. . 9pm 9pm p. n, .' sraunholme" .. 7.60 am 7.60 am r.O a m 7.?,0 n .in a t aatertO ... -. 7.50 am 7.0 am i.50 .i nl7.50 am m 7.7 (o Ope Bridgewater - 9 am • c ai otkatoo Valley ... 8 a n 2 Nortlh Poratla)50a n.70 Godrington - 9pm pm :I'nI? .I. Unolranie ... - 7.60 am 7.60 am .ua a i. 7.00 gno 7.60 m " oadal ... -. 7.60 am 7.600 am .50:7,500am 7.10 a n; Dartmoor . - 7.50 am i ? , 7. . i? Drik Drik .... 7.0 am 7.0 n. English Slail,Welones 4 adYa, 7.60 a,m. Grae .» * 8.50am 850 a n, Ul ellton ... - 7.6 am a 7.50 0 a m 77.0. a Ta m7.50 arm n 7.i Itywaol ._ . 7.50 am 7.50 am 7.50 am 7.50 iam 7.50 am .. asntbruck.... .... 7.50am 7.50 a i. , 0 Brlidgewater "I 9 am anm Lyoas .- ... 1.50 a 7. Cn m bl hlbournt . 7 a50 am 7.60 a0Wm 7.50 am 7.00 a 'm 7.50 a m Mbl rino...

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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 September 1914

NEW OSTAC RATES, The new' postal rates, including the penny postage on letters, came in force on May 1st. The ryduced :ratee are as follow: TBROUGHOUT COMM ONWEALTH AND PAPUPA. Letter d ,pe?,3 on. Latta ards,singl , d .eac Do. reply ,d. ?ach half. Postcards,singl ,ld. each Do. reply, Id. each half. Printed papers Old .per 2 oz. Books, ptlt e'-- usr ide Australis, 0} per 8:oz;. n Australia Od .per 8 oz. Magazin es-Printed in Australia, O0d. per 8 qz.; printed outside Australia, Od., per 4 oz. "Llansard," Old. per 12 oz. Commercial papers .patterns, samples and merchat:dlse, id. per 2 on. OVERSEA DOMIIN] ONS Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversen dominions, British colonies and protectorates exdept the New Hebrides, Id. per , oz. NEW ZEALAND AND TIlEISLANDS. The ra:es to New Zealand, Figi and British Solomoo Islands are: Let Id 1 oz. Po ards ogle ld. D rep Id.ea Le ar 'ingl d. Do reply,ld .each ha Magazines id. 8 or., additional 4 o 0Od. Books, ld. 4 (Z. Comme ap...

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Federal Election. SATURDAY NEXT. POINTS TO BE NOTED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 September 1914

Federal Election. SATURDAY NEXT. POINTs TO n? NOTED. Every elector will receive two ballot papers. The Ballot papei for the Lower House will have on it two names only. A cross, thus X, must be placed againstl the one which it is desired to elect.?. . The Ballot paper for the Senate will have, on- it twelve (12) names. A cross, thus.X, must be placed against the six which it is desired to elect.. If fewer or more than six are marked the vote will be informal. No name must be scratched.out. No figiires muist be 'placed against 'lames. A X in front of a nasme means' a vote to the candidate. .

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Federal Election. ADDRESS BY MR. HOLDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 September 1914

Federal Election. ADDRESS BY ?R. HOLDEN. On Monday evening last Mr. E. W. Holden, selected Labor candidate for Dundas, spoke in the Free Library hall in behalf of the Senate Labor candidates. There was a' good attend. ance. Or. B. Davis occupied the chair and made a tew introductory remarks. While greatly overshadowed by the war in Europe, the battle to be fought on Saturday next was fraught with great issues, and although on the sur face there appeared to be laxity and indifference, there was evidence that the opponents of Labor were busy. An instance of their activity and question able tactics had that day come under his notice. Two ladies had called at a house and persuaded the woman into believing that the war in Europe was brought about by the Labor party, and it was through them that their sons were being sent away. It was opposed to common decency, lie thought, that in 'a grave national crisis such as we were now called upon to face, when Liberal and Labor were standing shoul...

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