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DRIK DRIK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 September 1914

DRI K DRIK. (From our correspondent.) -:Nowellb attended patriotic meeting iav held here last Friday afternoon. Ci. S. Ii. Malseed, who had convened the meeting, was voted to the chair. The following gentlemen delivered ad. dresses appropriate to the occasion. The -chairman, Rev. Mr. Matear and Messrs. D. McLellan, I. Clark and 1 A. Lightbody. It was decided to make out a subscription list, and a commit tee. of three Inldies and four gentlemen was appointed to make all necessary preparations for a social concert to be held next Friday night, 4th Septem ber, when subscriptions will be received and final arrangements made. Two Government' men were here last week, poisoning rabbits. They have done Very good work. Carrots are the best bait used,- cut into very small pieces. The third or fourth night the poison is put on, and it turns the ro dents up alright.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 September 1914

• CROUP AND WHOOPING COUGH. r "I used Chamberlain' Cough Remedy chlen my children, Andrew and Beulah were attacked with croup and whooping cough, writes .Mrs C. Collis, Hatton Street, South IBroken Hill, N.S.W, "I have never found a better medicite for these complaints and ;ive it to my children with the greatest con Odence. I have no Ihesitationr in recomnment ed. Sold by I hlomsom, Brake and Co. SoNs AND DAUGIITERS OF TEMwPER Oace --Onl Tuesday last thoe above so ciety held its quarterlymeeting. There was an excellent attendance. It was decided that the lodge fees of those on military duties should be paid, so that they nosy ay be kept financial. As there was no immediate hurry in this matter it was left to be considered as to the best means to that end. Reference was made to the European war and the no aessity of nsney being wanted for that purpose. It was moved by Bro. T. Hlardie, seconded by Bro. J. Dimond, that £5/5/ be donated to the Mayor's Patriotic Ftund.-Carried. Bro. R. ...

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CAPE BRIDGEWATER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 September 1914

CAPE BRIDCEWATER. (From. our corre'poodent.) The dry windy weather still con, tinues, and grass and crops will soon feel the lark of moisture. What is termed as a black frost occurred on Friday night and did a great deal of damage to early potato crops. The haulms in some cases turned quite black in a few hours after sunrise. A nice light rain totalling eight points fell on Sunday night and will help to revive the plants Only 92 points fell for the month of August, For the cor responding period last year the fall was 473 points. The total fall for the year up to date is only 15 inches 78 points. Bridgewater will be represented in the Commonwealth Expeditionary force. Mr. Victor Lightbody, the well known footballer, is a member of the Scottish Company of the Victorian UnTiit. Mr. Oswald Lightbody, head teacher of the Kiewa State school in the North Eastern District, is a New South Wales contingent. They are the eldest sons of Mr. W. J. Lightbody, of the Lakes, Lower Bridgewater. B3ot...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 September 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. SEi.the ollowing isa liatof telephonefatati and charges:-, N-ame Fi. 3mins. Additional OflTown Conveoration. 3aiins, Ilranxlolmo tbd 6d Ilynduk I 9d Cape Fe!lon 2d 2d Cavendish Ia 94 *Caostrton via llraoxholme sla 9d Casterton via llnmilton Is 4d Is Coleraine ls 4d Is Conhdal Gd 5d Crossle' ]s 9d Dennlngton 1,, 94 Digby, via Branxholme Is 9d Dunkold . Is 9d ilenthornpson Is 4d Is IHawkesdule sl) 9d Hamilton Is 9d [lHeywood 2d 2d Kentbruck 8d 6d Kirkstall Is 9d Koroit is .9d Lake Bola sl 10d 1 2d blacarthur Is 44 ls lMierino, via Branxlholr"e Is 9d Merino, via Hamilton I 4d, Is Mount Gambior' Is 9d bloyno Falls Is; 9d Nlyaumyn |il 564 Narrawong 2d 2d Nelson 8d 6d Pousl,urst °s 9d Port Fairy 8d 6d Port McDonne la 4d is Ripponhurst Is 9d Tyrendarra 3d 3d Yambuk 6ld 5d * Wallacedal 8d 8d Warrnaimlbool ls g wicdliff Is 10d Is 2d Woolethorpe d Fee for messonger oall, any person dined within one mile--3d. 'Noto.-Branxholre closes from p.m. to 4 p.m. daily, and on...

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WAR IN EUROPE. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 September 1914

WAR IN EUROPE. [IReuters Cablegraums.] London, Tuesday. After setting fire to Louvain the Germans handcuffed 72 residents arid, marched them to Campenhout, where they were compelled to witness the shooting of seven priests. After a recent battle the French troops found 8,000 Germans dead around Nancy and Vitrimont. A wounded Frenchman relates that a-Turco (French African black troops) captured a Germah captain; who, in a violent temper, cursed the Turco. The latter then made the captain carry the whole of his equipment, and completed his discomfiture by placing a saucepan on his head and leading him through the lines amid roars of laughter. In the 73 hours fight against the British at Mons, there were eight Germans to one British. The British captured several guns. The Russians captured 4000 Aus trians near Lembcrg It is officially announced at Ant. werp that several of the forts at Liego are still resisting the Germans. It is estimated that the German los-es in the war are 200 000....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 September 1914

ilWicu liiatisni. tENDIGO LADY'S RECOVERY.. "Nine years ago I was a great all[ S'erer from Rheumatism, being laid uPi : ur three weeks," writes Mrs. Eliza 13beth ray, _.. st., Quarry l t11a1. Bell . d:go, Vlic. j After try s r Ing several - '? r em ede! a with little O r nO lin proVOINe it. .- ` I decided orre re t to try 1)r. -- ? " M o r s e ' s I n - a a mdialn Hoot y Pill. At tlr iand am ao ca that period 1 was bad ~tdced, having to hobble about with the assistance of a walking stick, aned able to leave my bed. ".The effect of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills was marvellous, and rnly recovery wa's rapid. I only usec half a bottle of Pic is and became myself once more--restored to perfect health. I am a woman of usually vigorous health and ant a great believer inl ear remedy. e y lnusband also llhas faith in themn for relief of Inchache and Kidney Troublle." [Ir. Morse's Indian Root Pills proved effective Indeause they drove thie Uric tc:d cut of lthe system, purified the Ydord. and...

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Portland Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 September 1914

Poirtland Hospital. ponTLAsD HosPITAL.--The annual ineetilg of subscribers was held at the Town -fall on Tuesday afternoon.There oerc present -Rev. W. Tait (in the chair), Messrs. Woods, Wyatt, Miller, Lan" Webb, D. McDonald, C. French, .Lstheson, Naismith, Grant, H. M. lCampbclland Mrs. Marshall. The chair. man explained that the delay in hold ing tlhe meeting was due to the auditors not beinll able to complete their work in time The minutes of the last annual meeting were confirmed. Tho report and Ialance sheet were taken as read. In reply to Mr. French the chairman s,,i the recent rearrangement of the hospital staff' had increased the total salaries from £100 to £244, exclusive o( the medical oflficer, but in practice it would probably he found that the old amount would not be exceeded, as the staff recommlended by the medical officer would seldom be at its full com plenment. Mr French referred to item *~paying pattients." Did the committee e.pct -an increase or decrease from thi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 September 1914

St. Ste~heno's SUNDAY, Sept. G. Canon Carmichael will preach morn - 1g and evening. : tHoly Ctorunniunin at Mid-day. Baptist Church SUNDAY NEXT. Preacher-Pastor II. Boulter.:' lisaracterStudy: An English VWoan of lpd All Seats Free. LOST, one Ibrown Horse;, lannded rS near shoulder, near hindi feet white. Iteward £1. Apply J. Jennings, Portland. T'RAYl-:D from CLpe Nelson,.RFICOW, 'little white on flank, large slit on ear, Itranded JT (conjoined) on near side.rnmp. Steward on delivery to J. C. Trickoy, 1'Trd atinet, Portland. FO O SALE, four first-class mniluch Cows. Wyatt and Co. W ANTEI' D, good 1-Housemaid, Wait recs. Apply Mrs. Douglass, Club Rotel. ORl SALE, a good Plarisian B.S.A. F IC0 OLE. Apply T. 1lcrbertson jr. W 'IrAN TED to purchase Broody lIens or '-t Turkeys. Apply "Observer"office.' tORI SALE--Wallnut Upright; Grand Piano. Cash on terms, Mrs. Brown, les) Mrs. Robb, Hurd street, Portlandl. Political Labor Counoil. .:Local Branch Meets .. ' t OilfellowIs' HIall';i FRID...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 September 1914

W. H E ME RS . CO*BCHBUILDER, Genoral Blac.ksmlthWWheelwright & Horseshoer.. PEROY' STREET, POLTLAN D. r [. hags to thc'k his numerous patrons for their liberal an port in tht and.t) n)tify ta3 n 1 t c 0I t'llis ?, ,rtllv thtb itb will his octant alm, their .confildsa3 by do. uniformly good work. ,:New and Sacond-hand Bagglts always on Hand. ___ ,unamithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repairec Careful attention given to the tyreing of wheels. Estlmates given for all repairs, If required. IHoro-Shooing Strictly .Attondod. to. Iluggic of all doo~riptionsRopairo?, taintod and renewed. lough Repaired Made Lightest draught.] so Simple nnd Strong, They Cannot go Wrong. Wimpilcity i a great thing In a sewing machine,-especianly when you lire lo the ountry and hlo-po r31i r it yuurselt. WARD BROS Itachiocs have fewer pnrta tharo ai r other-nothing to get out of order. tounds cheaper than others We pay freight to your station Sor ilusred Catlo--post tree. iYou llr ...

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Borough Council WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 September 1914

Borough Council "WDNxESO.,Y, SEJpTEHFMER 3. 'Present--The Mayor (Cr. Wyatt) and Crs. Williamson, Woods, Allen, Smith, Miller, Marshall, Couch and Davis. [The Mayor and Crs. Williamson and Marshall retired at an early stage of the meeting to attend a Masonic func tion, and Cr. Woods was voted to the chair.] TENDERR. Lease of Weighbridgec Crs. Smith and Allen urged a re duction of fees in the interests of pro ducers The chairman (Cr. Woods) and Cr. Davis held that the revision of should have been brought forward be fore tende's were called. The majority, however, thought otherwise, and it was decided to withhold tenders and refer the question of revising fees to the Public Works Committee. Lease of Alexandra Park J Rae, £15/1/0 (accepted) F Raggatt, £4/10/ Hanlon Park T. Kemptor., £1/15/ (accepted) B. Edwards, £1/5/ )utton's Blutl Mrs J. Dimond, £4/15/ (accepted) J. T. Kennedy, £4 Fawthrop Park F. 1). D. Martyn, £8/16/ (accepted) Market Square L..Williams, £1/15/ (accepted) ...Lime fo...

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TYRENDARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 September 1914

TYRENDAIIItA. - A correspondent writes :--TThe residents of Tyrendarra hIld a well attended patriotic meeting in the local Mechanics' Institute on Saturday night. Over e £20 was sub scribed in the room, and a? strong corn inittee was formed to canivass the dis trict and arrange for a concert and dance, to he held on 26th September, in iid of the fund.-The effect of the driought in the northern areas is mak ing itself felt here. Several properties were leased here this week at satisfac tory rentals. Ni?' TowN CLERK.--The Blorough Council last night appointed Mr. S. Le Cocq, C,E., town clerk, , at £225 per. annum. MrI . Le Coeq is at present sec retary, engineer arid rate collector of the Shire of Charlton, and engineer to the-West Charltoni Waterworks Trust. o was for sev\'en years secretary, engi neer and treasurer to the Shire of Bel larine, and for four. and a half years held a similar position, in the Lexton Shile. His only reason for leav'ing Chairlton is Ilah?t thin warn summer...

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NEW POPE ELECTED TO BE CALLED BENEDICT XV. Loddon, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 September 1914

NEW POPU ELECTEDU TO BE CALLED BENEDICT XV. Loddon, Thursday. Alter several fruitless bailots the new Pope has been chosen. Cardinal Deila Chiois is the elected .of the con clave. He will assume ihe tit'e of Benedict XV. At one stage, just before the result was made known, CardinhslMallit was reported to be leading. Rome, Friday. The Pope is 59 years old, and a member of an ancient and noble family. He was recently Archbishop of Bo logna. His election, though a surprise, was warmly acclaimed.

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Portland Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 September 1914

Portland Nospital. At the conclusion of the annual meeting of subscribers Mr. Donald McDonald addressed the meeting as follows: Mr. President--I came to this meet ing as .a taxpayer to explaib to the board of management my attitude to wards the hospital. At a meeting of the ratepayers, recently called'- to hear the views of candidates for seats in the Borough Council, I intended to point out our responsibilities in. connection with the institution of the hospital, and to show that it is our duty to see that it is efli:iently -and economically managed and properly maintained. When I touched that subject I evoked a feeling of irritation that had to be allayed, and, like the nearly g?ol man old, I tlhonght it best to .wait for a more "convenient season." With your per. mission I will say now what I intended to say then. A little better than twvo pears ago we had a combined instltu tion-Benevolent Asylum prn' Hospi tal. Owing to the high cost of mainte nance it was found necessary to cl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 September 1914

CROUp AND WVHOOPING COUGH. I ueed Chamberlain', Cough Remedy Mien m children, Androif and Beulak were with croup and hvbooping copgh, ee'rs 0' Collie 'Batton Street, Sbnth a b eII Hll N"S'x' ( have ' never found rter meeicioo h for thse econrplaihteand ei to r children with the greatest con rre" Illhavb no hlitation in rccommeaL fIdbyY I hansom;U , rake arad (7 -;ss niiew :Tllolfl' THE MOST PBTIE1T PEOFPL1' Must show annoyance at times. Everybody has their hour of trouble. But people having irritation of the skin Have many hours of trouble. Nothing so annoying; nothing so irrit ating, It's a hard and trying position. Lsave it alone and you can hardly bear it. Relief and cure have come at last. People have put it to the test. Deoan's Ointment cures skin disease. People are learning that this is so. Here is a case in point. Mr. John HI. Dusting, Fiahermtu. South Portland, says;-"For some time I hbd a pitch of Ec.zeitn on my leg. The ailment was almost unbearable. I tried a great mantl...

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RUSSIAN CHECK ONLY TEMPORARY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 September 1914

RUSSIAN CHECK ONLY TEMPORARY. Sir George Reid's cables state: Furthrr particulars of the. Russian reverse show that the battle was fought tI Ostrodo with reinforcements which the highly developed reticulation of the German railways had made it.possib'e to throw into the fightinr line front a southern position in Esstern Prussia. The Germans made a furious . attack in superior numbers from the Russians, ~huocorprired two army corps. Ex posed to the terrific fire of the heavy rai Irry, the Russians 'suffered severe losses. Among the killed was the Com mander of the Russians, General Saro soSf-t. The reverfe was mainly due to the superiority of the German guns from 'l horu and Graude,- and cannot seriously affect operations. l'he Russian offensive movement continues in tihe western portion of Eastern Prussia, It is otfficially announced that the Germans ountinue, the advance, and that the enemy has pushed back -by shier weight the allied left, including the Britis.h The German. attack,...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 September 1914

THEY SAY That two new members were added to the list of Cashmere Progress Asso. ciations at the meeting last Saturday. That among them was Mr. William Hemers, who very thoughtful y brought with him the latest German wire, or a small piece of it. That as Uashlmerites are keen on de bate, William should find himse f in genial sompany. That in ancient Scandinavia was a country r:amed Jemptland. That in West Port'and there is a portion which may be called "Jumpt land' That one; of the princ:pal "Jumpt landers" is a warm enthusiast of the "post fuel" move ment. That as a consequenc-, 21 chains of fencing has been converted into heat energy., That vegetarianism is sail to be the "herald of the Golden Age." That residents of West Portlandore talking of "loading" their firewood. That there wi 1 be something sensa tional and especially "Nobel" about this "loading" business. That a further rise in rents has taken place in ?ortland. Why ?

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Borough Council WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 September 1914

B'orough Council WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. Present-The Mayor (Cr. Wyatt) aid Crs. Williamson, Woods, Allen, Smith, Miller, Marshall, Couch and Davis. [The Mayor and Crs. Williamson and Marshall retired at an early stage of the meeting to attend a Masonic fune tion and Cr. Woods was voted to the chair.] CORRESPONDENCE. From H. J. M. Campbell, M.L A. forwarding reply from Law department declining to accede to the Council's request for the appointment of a resi dent Clerk of Courts.-Received. From Railway Department, declin. ing to erecb a lamp at the gates lead ing to the North Potland station, but promising to alter the position of one of the station lights so that it may serve the desired ohject -Received. From Country Roads Board, pro mising to give early consideration to the Council's request that the main road through the borough be declared a main road.-Received, From E. A. Hutchinson, Gawler street; Mary Jane Hedditch, Hurd street; Catherine Anderson, Percy street: Annie Su'livan...

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PATRIOTIC FUND [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 September 1914

PATRIOTIC FUND , .The ex-lMayor (Ci Williinmson)'dcsires to a'knowledge the following :addii-d 1ibliol dlonlations:·. Cun phell l and Sons £ 10 10 A. Donald0 0 0 W. Main 5 I A, d. ,ii.ey . 510-0 A. Osbourne .. 1 1 : 0 Collected lby Bnid '.'": 1 II0 0 W. T~ Beinnett 0? 10 0 W. T. Dusting .. 0 10 ( F. M. Kellott .. 0 10 i .

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FRENCH MANIFESTO. Paris, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 September 1914

FIRENCHI MANIFESTO. Paris, Thursday. President Poincare has issued the following manifesto:-"Our armies are unimpaired. If some sustained con siderabho losses the gaps have immedi ately filled up from the reserve. 'En dure and Fight,' might be all the allies' motto. In order to ensure the utmost slirit of efficacy it is indispensible that the Government shall remtain free to act. Thernfore it has temporarily shifted its rnadquarters to a place where it can remain in constant touch with the country. Let us be worthy in these tragic circumstances and we shall gain a final victory by the unflag ging will, endurance and tenacity of the nation, which in order to live, does pot flinch from suffering sacrifi.e for s?ts victory.'

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 September 1914

Postal .AaXntar ctic 1a~VIblD 70 Lalk. Mrhalsor the n dermenmtoned ocas close at Portlandjas follow:--I liarat ... * .50 am 7.50am i7.r" Oa 7.5( , laIJrce ...rUpm 5 pm 1 " Brauxhotm .- m . Oam 7050 a m i.50a m 7.6,0 a. is tt aitertou ... . .. 71,50a 7.50 am 7.50a m 7,50 a n II Cape Bridgewater . 9 Sam ,. Caps ieson 2m t:ueatoo Vally SNorth yrtl n llatli) 8.60 a a $.i a an GUIrington "- pm " pm m, 1 m .ar(atino ... .. .ad am 7?.0 am .aou a 7.t 70 m 7. 0i c . . .. Uttajah ... ". 7am 7.60 0am 7.50.n a lSO,5 a ~ .C b ia ma 1) artm? or . . 7?.50 a am 7."t ,n Uik Drik . . . 7.60 am I7. 0I n, Eagliih MailoWlne.s- 70 a d. y5s, 7.5J a, It ,r7a . 1 . 8.50 am .00a ilton .. 70.60am 7.0 am 7.00 am 7. OOa n 7. t am ulcywl.nl -* 1.60 am 7.50 am 7.o0 am 17.0 am 7.00 amI. R?,i tbruck... 7.60 am 7r. na l I, C BrIdge.ater .. 9 am m Iy cus - 0 a " . 7La m 1 ,lbourn . . 7 50 am 7.60 a'm 70 am 700 a . 7.50 a a. 01 riot .. .. 7.50 a m 7.50 a m 7,0 a m 7.60 a 7.l 00 m LaMywn . j L59 am .50 a m 7.0at 7.0am7...

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