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

ORICIN ALVERSES. . Wily I nourn foi the boy who've onlisted, SOr ricdldl-theiii from diutby and lid? No lett us iacknowledge .tholir going, IThe boys of r Naivsal Brigiade.. It's iiai liq iito country and Empiro; Thllir foos will k.iow b i holw tleyro mldo, Shlould the.yo fisQtih boyti fii:Austrialin? Wlihii 'liho'.- liii?poisiii,' beiriiig thoun Snd'the shors of, theirlilnd slowly fade~ Vi will tlh?row 0i1ir. g:io6d-hyecs to, the Ad :-goiidco 1'iueik td'our Naail Brigaido. KIf^ b i3 l'nce the should rocl in bnttig, *-Wli'lidl'sy. t.lliit o'lon one is ififraid; iot o0' i'tlhiir fooesin tlheo conlli," t ' 1;? .tl10 I. tal~llof" our, Nval B3rigadle, ho kno' inithe oshiroud of the futuro, lh;i9' d d l 0c1ds our loroes halivo playcd. Slien an Adliniial iin chargo of our fnlgshlip Sha..llll lhail fromi our Niaval BIrigadc, Orevoii Who tinl of Lhe'iteniant .Whlitlhonor to us would l)e paid? h\Viy mourn for'thlo boys who'vo enlisted; . lie .boys vf our Naval Brigado. 'bly ininour for thleb...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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THE RUSH TO PARIS. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 September 1914

THE RUSI TO PARIS. London, Thursday. The 'Daily Mail'e' correspondent at 1)ieppe states that last nisht there was an unending stream of French troops lmarching into Piris. The Germans are pushing forward with amazing speed"in an effort to strike a blow be fore the garrison has time to settle down. A fleet of boats at Dieppe is waitinS to leave with refugees, who have waited for hours on the quay. "What England will do with the mot lay cr,.wd remains to be seen," adds the cortespndent.

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 September 1914

KLW STAC 'RAIES, The new postal rales, i)cluding the penny postage on letters, earne in force on May 1ot. The reduced ,rates are as follow: THROUGHOUT COMI ON WEALTH AND PAFIUPA. Letter ld ,pe i q z. Lette ards,singl, Id eac Do. reply ,ld.cach half. I'ostcardsesingli ,]d. each Do. reply, Id. each half. Printed papers Old .per 2 oz. Books, p11i(c ('--r ustido Arialnlia, 04 per 8,oz;. n Australia Od .per 8 oz. Madazin es-Printed in Australia, Old. per 8 )z.; printed outside Australia, O?d, per 4 oz. "Hansard," Old. per 12 oz. Commercial papers patterns, samples and merclhardlde, Id. prr 2 ez. OVERSEA DOMINlIONS Letters from the Commnonwealth to the United Kinlgdom, oversea dominions, British colonies and prorectorates except the New Hebrides, ]d. per I eo. NEW ZEALAND AND THE ISLANDS. The ra:es to New Zealand, Figi and British Solomot n Islands are: Let ld # oa. Po ards ngle ld. D rep id.ea Le . ar ing) d. Do reply ,ld .each ha Magazikes id. 8 ta., additional 4 o Od. Books, ld. 4(z. C...

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WAR IN EUROPE. LATEST MELBOURNE, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 September 1914

WAR IN EUROPE. --~-.:_,__ [Rcuter's Cablegrams.] LATEST lrI.niotlNsi; Saturday Evening. The Germaus are making systematie preparations to bombard Paris, .whicl" is almost in a state of siege. Only two gates have been left open. Germany Will use 100 lhuge siege guns.against Paris. The Allies defending Paris occupy;? line from the River Seine on the wep, and the River Marne on the east. The Germans are bombarding Sentio 26 miles from Paris. Berlin is draped in black. No appal. ent attempt is being made to Gloss over Gernmany's appalling losses. : The world's papers dceseribs tie battle behtwee Rihiemns aiid Verdum n,.. the greatestin :liistory, aid ]Issiia's5 defeat of" thi. iiAst~rians in tile int. berg dist'iit as the gireaitest victory. The Jei's'futiglet: well for Russia . as to haiive revolutioni/ed ,public opinion in tliheir favour. S. ervia' is :determihneil :t9 take bitek Bosnia aind Hed egoivinia . .. Confirmatory detitils: have been re: ceived of thei recent naval fight. T'h...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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RUSSIAN SUCCESSES. Petrograd, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 September 1914

RUSSIAN SUCCESSES. Petrograd, Friday. It is otlicially announced that, a[art from the enormous number killed, the Austrians in Eastern Galicia last forty thousand prisoners, including many generals. In seven days the Russians have taken 200 guns and 70,000 prisoners. Lemberg has fallen. Other advices state that soua mil lions are engaged in the operations Upwards of ha'f of the Austrian army are fighting in South Poland. Their left Ilsok is closely co-operating with two German army corps facing Bres Ian. The enemy's enveloping move inent in the west failed, and the Ger mans were withdrawn to the north to deal with the victorious Russian ad vance.

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 September 1914

UPORTLAND T'ELEPBONE BUREAU. 'lhc olloeing is a list ol tolphonostlati and clmar;es:-~ h~ame Fi. 3minB. Additional ofi Town Convcrsation. 3minos '"iunxholmo ,84 6d Byaduk le 9d Uape NPie!]on 21 2d Ca'veodisjl lIa d. *tastorton via Branxholme sla d Castorton via HI milton sl 4d sl Coloraino Is 4d 1a Condih 'd d5 Crossle- Is 9d IDtnnington I 94 Digby, via Branxholme Io 9Cd Dunkeld Is 9d Olculhcmpson lo 4d la llawkesdlo I4 9d Ilamltillton I 9d IlHywood 2d 2d Kcntbruck 6d 5d Kirkitall la 9d Koroit Is Bd Lake Bola sl lOd 1 2d Macarthur sl 44 a1 llcerino, via Uranxholn"o ls Cd Mblorino, via Hamilton la 4d sla .Mount Gambier le . Od Moyno Fallse I? 9d Myamnyn 6dl 54 NarraWoogg 2d 2d Nelson * d 6d PenlluBst las Cd Port Fairy 8d Sd Port McDonne la 4d la Hipplonhurst Isn 9d Tyrendarra 3d 3d Yamhuk ' d .d *\Wallacledal 8d Warrnambool Is 9d Wicliliff la 10d ls 2 Woolethorpe la 9d F'co for messenger call, nay person dind a ilhin one nile-3d... 'Nolte.-Branxholr.e celoes from p.m: to 4 p.m. daily...

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The Hagne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 September 1914

-. .' .T ..' : A ' T. - ll i agill i , iFriday. . - CNwspapers? iei publishing descrip tatos of the dosticiiti6on of Louvain. A Diitch eyei ii.ithcs stitecs thant prior to . the outrage thio ? .:inhabitants were thor>ouglily,:cowcd l 'They were so terri fied that.. thly lihai'illy;dlnred speak to ecich otler in: t,i? :i sticits. In 011o iilght Lou ain:w'i15bl6ottedl out .of tihe .ntp. He s G'erimi'ais shooting the inhabitants lialii, d7j.i As eachll house cauglht fire thei Gui;lians battered in the fron...t doors .of ;tio 'nxt ?, ILouse, sand 'wheln friglitencil inhabitants riuslhed ont. thl. Gcrhiain shliot down the men, women: iii d. childi:en. "-One Germant hosted ofhlmva ! sof3 63 people. '.***,'.^ :;:?'*/ London, Friduay. TlThe i)i1;kci'.0.: union Ihas issued s manifesto: (stating"that ii every able bodied inin iii sfit figlt or be ready to defend; liis couintry..Kaiserism anil silitarisii slioild ri:decei its death blow in tlis Atiti-gdd n; M .'ib rii rc'1'riday Morniiing. ...

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GERMAN PRISONERS. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 September 1914

IEERMAN PRISONERS. London, Thursday. The "Daily Chronicle" states that several German naval prisoners fr3m Heligo'and have been confined in burricks at Edinburgh. Led by Admiral Von Tirpitz's son they des peralely attempted to rush the Ter ritorial guard-, but all were secured and taken to Edinburg Uastle, whbero they are strongly guarded.

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

Rheumatism. lENDIlGO LADY'S RECOVERY. : 'Nine years ago I was a great slut * rer from Rheuzmatismn, being laid up - or three weeks'." writes Mrs. Ellze Beth Bray, of Carolit at., Quarry Hill, lien . go Vie. 4 1, After try . ( hlg several r e m edlea with little Or 11O i-n rc " reolet. `°y .ý;;ý' " .fi I declded "a. r to try 1)r Morse's In . f-',y Pills. At S ,,, ,, nit.f. Il that period I was nad kzdeed, having to hobble labult .with 1ho aslistance of a walking stick. wNzen able to leave my bed. 'Th'e affect of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills wan marvellous, and mly, recovery was rapid. I only useC; Ialf a bottle of fills and became myself' once more-restored to perfect heanlt. I am a woman ctf usually vigorous health a,l anu a. great' belieever in your remedy. My husband' lso lhs faith in them for relief f la Inkacehe ar, d Kidney 'Trouble.", Dr. Mor;s's Indian Rolot Pills proved e~fective because they drove tlhe UrIc .Aeod cut of thie system, purifled the ilocd,. andt aided In .tlze...

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SOLDIERS' WIDOWS AS EMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 September 1914

SOLDIERS' WIDOWS AS EMIGRANTS. Queen Mary granted an audience at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday to Sir Georce Ried, Sir Timothy Coehlan, Sir T. B, Robinson, Sir Newton Moore, and Mr. P..M'Bride, who submitted proposals sanctioned by their Govern ments regarding the Queen's sugges iior that widows of soldiers killed ia the war, and sing'e women who are deprived of their employment, should he assisted to emigrate to Australia, Hi'." Majesty was greatly pleased with Australia's response to her suggestion.

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

: OST, between Percy street and West ' . Portland, I.dy's Rain-proof COAT. .'?eward. Finder please return to m.rs. :Jale Pill. O LEI, comfortable Furnished Rooms i facing the sea. 'Mrs. G. Wright,, 1tentinck street. . I OST, one ibrown Horse, Unnded I'S l nelr shoulder, near hind feet white. Rleward £1. Apply_1 J Jennings, Portlnid. TRA Y ) front Cape Nelson, Ited COW, S little white on tlank, large slit'on car, branded JT (conjoinl) sn o of sideh rump. lRewarl on delivery to hrs.. J. C., Trickey, . urd street, Portland. IOR SALE, four firtelass mitilch Cows. .V \Vyntland Co. _ ITANTED to purchase lroody liens or i Turkeys. Apply "Olherver" itice. Portland Hospital. W AN'PTED, a (enerml Ih)otestie: must he It G~il Cook. Sailryv .0L,4 per an .un. Applly ''. T. l'ithous:, Secretary, M{en y street. :Tenders A Rl o?e invited tlndl ,,i I bel received np till Wedlnesday, lltli Selehllber, for the erection of a Inaskelt, Sihed at the pier. 'hlans andl specificationts mitay be lhad from ' T...

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

W. H EMER : COACHBUILDER,. Geeral. lr aksmith,Wheelwright & Horsehlcer" i ;:Et?O STREET, POL;TLAN D. rf i~ ihoi= ktoi .hib nu norous patrons for thoir liboral au port In thbt bt.i iif t in t'o e i ttli, , , illyv tit icwill ilia asnt aim' thircl' o:ilan2 [,by' do. uniformly good work. Now and S3iond-hwad Biggies always on Hand. * demithieg Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repaired Careful 5ituntion given to the tyreing of wheels. EStimates given for all repairs, if required. Horso-Shoolng Strictly Attondod t%. "ltggio of all dioa.riptioas Rp ,iro.l, i'aintal and renewed. icugh Repaired Made Lightest draught. -1 l 0 to Siotple and gtrong, They Coannot go Wrong. Glmplicitpy In a great thing In a Wening machlne,-epeclally w hen you lirein the countrr ond have rfi it yourself. WARD BROS. Machin l have fewer parts than aly otlher-n-othing to get out of order. P'ourlls cheaper than others We pay freight to your station luarrutee every machlrie-and let Syou have it on...

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Football Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 September 1914

Football Mclbouirno, Saturday.. Following are the results of to day's matches- Southl Mel. 5.14, Geelong 5.8,

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

Federal Election The elections throughout' the .Conl inmonwealth, caused by the dissolution of the IHouse :of Representatives anid the; Senate, took place' on' Saturday and lreLIted keen initei'est. The issue has been to a gr.eiLt extent oveishad-. owed :by Itic wirua, Iut' it' wilhlprabably he found thiut tlhe voting at this elec tion wsis,not fai sl:ort of that of the general elections last year. So.far as Portland is concened thue pollingpaisscd off without noteworthy incident. Bbth sides worked' well aind quietly, and we iare noti awaire that -the sliglitest un pleasantness occiurred during the day through aiuy elullition'of paityl feeling. The work of polling proceeded smoothly undei-the sliperintendence of Mr. 1I: D1)ay, returning otlicer, who was assisted by an tllicient staff The. candidates for this, the Waunnon, electorate were Mr. A. S. ]lodgers (Liberal) and Mr. :Neil Mauckinnori (Labor). About an holur after the closing of the poll the esiult. of the voting at the Portl...

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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 September 1914

NEW 0STAC RATES4 The new postal rates, ircluding the. penny' Ipostige'nl letters, cone in force on HMay 1st. The reduced atles are as follow: THROUGHBOUT CO~BION?WEALTH AND PAPUPA. Leotter ld ,pe-ii ?z.3. Lette ards ,singl, ,ld .eac Do. replly ,Id .eichl half. P'ositcards,sitigl ,Id . ech Do. reply, Id. echli half. P'rinted paper, O.d .pier 2 oz. Books, Ir ,c- n'-- , it c Aut nt rli , Od per 8oz;. n Austrrlin 0.d .per 8 on. Malazin es--l'ritird in Australia, 0ld. iper 8 oz.; printed outsidrle Australia, 0.Jd. per 4 oz. "Hlansard," O?d. per 12 on. Conmnercial iape s .palterns, eamples and mercl;.,1dhse, id. pIr 2 oz. OYVMSEA DOBIlNIONS Letters from the Commrtnwealth to the United Kiigdnm, oversen dominions, Britinh celoties and Iproectorates excelPL tho New Iebrides, Jd. per . onz.. NEW ZEALAND AND THEISLANDS. The rat:es to New Zeahlnd, Figi and British Sholomon Il?lnds are: Let Id -oz., Po erds agle 3d. D rep ld.ea .Le r ingl d. Do reply,ld .each h Magaziioes id. 8 oz., additional 4...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 September 1914

s PORTLAND T~ELEPO~.NE BUREAU. The'I ollo ing is a liut of telephoneastlati an(d IShrrgeo:-. hame Fi. 3mins. Additiona oliTown Convrormtion. 3amins. Iliranxholmo .54 8d Ilyaduk I?s Od Umpe 5e!Pon 2,l 2d Cavendish Is 94 0Casterton via Brauxholmo sla 9d Caaterton via 1Iamilton . a 4Id sla Ooloianino "Is 4d la Condsh . td 54 Crosslc. 1s 9d Dennington Is 94 194 Digby, via BIraunxholmo la .9d Dunkeld Is 9d Olcnthempsoin la 4d le Hlawkesdlelo la d 'lanilton is 9d IIoywood 2d 2d Kentbruck Od 5d Kirkatall sl 9d Koroit i s gd Lake Blola Is 10d 1 2d Macarthur . Is 44 ls Mlcrino, via bran:holrre Is 9d Memrino, via "iasrilton la 4d I's M1ount Uamnbier Is 9d Maloyie Falls lm, 9d YJyam 'n Gd ! ' 54 Natrawong 2d 2d Nelson 84d d Pennalolt la 9d Port Fairy 8d 6d Port McDonne 1s.4d ls Hlipponhurst Is 94d Tyrendarra 3d 2d Ynambuk 6d 5d '/allacedal 8d 6,1 WVarrnambool Is 9 Wickliff las 104 la 3 Woolsthorpn Is gd Feo for meascnger call, any person dind wiihin one mile-3d. 'Note.-litanxhlolr e closes fro...

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 September 1914

Pos"al B ?ru ? r, rct BEV1fjED 1 DA2 5. Mailtsor the andermnattonedt oflicea close at Portlau'Jas follow:--i l .ar .... p. m9pmI Ilr.... olm . ... 10am 7.50oam i.0 a ... 7.than., , II aJsuer on ... .. 1.50 am a .50 am 7.50aa maJ . a nj7.1t 7 l , Capa Bridgewater - 9 am i n. Uapa Nason2 aoc~atoo Valey ?*.. 8.50 anI " ( r.ait Portila d an ~1 : n Garngrton -. m p " 0 P I, ; I . . kt.rsane ... - 7,0am 7?,am .aaanl r76.0aon m, L u. ,i a.. (t alah ... .. ,.ta0 0m ..50ani .,500 m:n ? am 7.0 an' Dt rtma or ... . . 0.50 am in ' • u. Ea r7Dh Mal,WVedna 7.60 am in0 .50.. .... a i0 m 8 an i tiltao - 1.5(1 am 7.50 am 7.00 am 7'" 0,n, "o l.yw.is, . 7.50 am7 .0 a 0m 0.62 am 5a n 7.( O a r - Kenabruck.. " ... 7.50 am i 7.62 an. .C lSetrigewater 9am . a ?n Lo.0e0s ... ... 7 a0 m - a 7.tC( mn Slourn . . 7 0 am . a in 5 am,0 am l.60 a n .6U 0 na Mhrino .- ... 7.50 7.0 a 1,0 am 70a 7 a nlilt . ... .5) am 7.50 a r 17.50 aa m 7 50. n 7 (l a. , [uat Jan'ier .- 7 50 am 7 50 am 7 500 m 7l.0 atm? 750 um, Sum...

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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. PRICE OF BREAD. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 September 1914

CORRESPONDENCE t11 is to be distinctly understood that iwe 'l fo i?ry identifylourselves witlh the opitio a .epressed by, oer correspondents. PRTCE OF BREAD. To tile Editor. Sir,-A rumor hIaving gained cur aeney that a meeting of the bakers of Portland was hold some time since to discuss the qluestion of raising the price of bread, and that but for one of thie number opposing.the suggestion, this would have been accomplished. We the undersigned, beg to deny emphalti cally that any meeting was held, or that the question of raising prices haIs, up to the present, heen discused by any of us.-Signed, WM. H. SWEAT. M.AN, F. keLLETT, G. W. TEAoUE, S. J. TReLOAR.

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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 WAR. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 September 1914

CORRESPONDENCE it is to be dissinctly understood that we e a uo 5way idenrifyourselves with kthe opinioes expressed by our c rresposllents. ". ITHE WAR< . (To ile Editor.) Sir,--As many milds are at present occupied inthinking about the war now ragiig in Europe, and maily thouslnds of people devoutly wish in their beasts that it could be brought to a speedy termination, persmit ?e to make a sug gestion which bas this atbject in view, and will surely do so if acted upon. That is that greeter benefits, if the en. tents cordiale between Great Britain and Russia be conferred upon us, for it is very evident there are not sullicient forces in Belgium to check the ambi tious Germans, so I would suggest that at all patriotic umeetings in the near future a reso'ution should he carried asking the Prime Minister of the Com snonwealth to bring under the notice of the Brit ish Government that the people of the Commonwealth desire the Cabi net to invite the Russian authorities to send ...

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WAR IN EUROPE. Melbourne, Wednesday night. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 September 1914

WAR IN EUROPE. ]Reuter's Ctblegrams.] Melbourne, Wednesday nfght. The French and English drove the Germans tack another 12 miles. Two million troops on both rides were engaged on Tuesday. Tile Allies are buoyant at their re cent successes. Tile Emperor of Germany is blaming his two leading Ministers for combine. tion of Powers against Germauy. Russia sweeps to conquer. She Inhs cap'ured the triple fortress of Nicha. joeff, and is now making a desperate effort to annihilate the second Aus trian army, which is retreating. Forty guns and a quantity of ammuunition were seized. The latest news states tlhat tie Allies have had further successes. Thousands of German tr'oops are passing Liege, in Belgiuim, for Ger. many, to assist the Austrians against RIussia. A Rome telegraam sitates thalt a quarter of a million Rtussiars iare nearing Fr'ance. T?his news awaits confirmation. A large Gers'rmn force has reached Posen. in East Ge m!any, to try and stay the Russian advanice. Thie Emperor of G...

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