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CORRESPONDENCE It is to be distinetly understood that in [?]way identifly ourselves with the opinion expressed by our mcorrespondents. TRUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 September 1914

OORRESPONDE NCE I in to be dininictly 1tderstood thl iwe sii Sc way ident?!o-urselves iwitthe opiniow i c'Presed bri omr cbros~i dedts. - .' TRIUTIH; :' (B1" P~rEm) The title of this article has been varied only in form, for truth is stranger lthan fiction, especially when stretched to its limits, when it is scarcely to be tdistinguishled from fiction. Truth, as oegarded )y some right-thinking per. cons, is like the wowser conscience, setmewl at elastic. Peter is a simple blunderer, who blurts out the truth herause it is his nature to do so. He tlkes no credit .to hIim=elf for this: rather the reverse. "Honesty is the terst policy" is a maxim requirine aenridmentr to suit those who through natural disaoili ies cannot recognice tuthl when they see it. To apprar hiontsi is the best policy. When I use the wor'd honest in this connection I u?e it in reference to speech rather than actioni. Religion is the best po. licy, and speech is mnore cormmony used to disguise our thoughts chan to ...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 September 1914

RntI. ING MPanwus Seeds.--Fanrm Sers, huy yohr Mtangold Seed, Fieli C7arrts. Garden seed an;d Llawn Grasses at W. V. G. Sitith's, grocer, Percy street, ;'ortland. L OST, letween Percy street and West 1'ortlsnd, Lady's Ibin-proof COAlT. Iteward. Frindrlr lilease return to Mrs. Jake Pill. 'IlO L'ET, coimf, rtal,le Furni.hed Roolnus S facing the eca. Mrs. G.. Wright, ilentinck street. I OST, onte Ilrown Horse, iaanded p, I near shoulder, lnear hind feet white lteward £L1. ApplyJ. Jeniinigs, ]'ortland. - TtRAY'E) froem Cape Nelson, RIed COW, L little whlite on II lank, large lit on ear, 2andlcd JIT (conjoined?l r ofif sidV ruInp. Ileward n delivery t, M rs. .. '.Trickey, Unard street, Po.rtl.uul. OR SAI.l, f'oitr first-cla.ss milch (.'ows. W£__ya.tt .... lC,. : TANT'I'ED to ltpurchlase Iroodtl lies or 'r Tukeys. Apply Obtserver" office. Portland Hospital. W ANTID, a enetal JDitnlesttic;mutt he na (netti 'ik. Salary £4)) pier an inunt. Apply T. T. Plithous'c, Secretarry, Hlen y strIct. R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 September 1914

W.i:P HEMERS. :A..... . CHBUILDER, Gei' al fl~acksmith, Wheelwright & Horsezhoer P..::',..':::..EJRUY STREET, POL;TLAND. FI: ". ' ~atonstrans fr thei~r liboral ai .portnlithc.t aa. ii ? ,' Y n I h r?t'uli 1ud. lIly tubib willhi. brtaln alril t Mlr cooU.:lnP. by do. uniformly good work, New mI Sn1 v lh lidB 1gglos ,lways on Honid. .inamntithing IDone, -and all kndsa .ol Agricul~tural Implements Repatired Careful attcntion given to theo tyreing of wheols. Estimites given for all ropa!rs, if required. : or- bro-Sooingt Strictly ABttended to. rlugio of ;ill iJ ripbio Ripsir:l, iL'ainta.I anld renowed. Icughl Repaired 3dado Lightest draughb. S . :. : ".:-: ... do Sluple and Otrong, They Csannot go Wrong. Glmpllua y h D great tu hins In l learn |ruclin,-?rpeclal y wheln | you lireltutrhe ountry alo haose Str io ttyourself. WARD EROS. Machincs ove a ferer parts ren rly ofher-onotfrtogl to got Out of orier. Pound ischeaper thn others We payfreight to your satiorrr guarantee erery ot...

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HOSPITAL CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 September 1914

l.osPirTail, CAIlY.AL.-..A nIumber Iof ladies met in the Oddfellows' Hhll on Wednesday. The Maiyor presided, and tifter welcoming the ladies, called on Messrs. J. li. Woods and F. Marshall to taddress the lhadies on behailf of the Hidspisal Committee. Both gentlemen spoke at some length and explained it tias necessary that blrleis of Porthland come to tlheir assistance to provide funds for carrying on the Portland iHospital. Tlihec'nival last year Ilhelp ed tihe conumittee to tihe extent of £220. 'IThe iidicis.present recognisiTl it was the dutty of all to help the hospital, iand decided to start wiork at once; The Mayoress was nppointed I'rcsidelit and Mrs. T. Tulloh vice Priesidenit, and Miss \Wyatt scci'etary of thie L.adies Conmiittee. All latldies interested will be invited" to attendt the sewig pImeet ings by Idvertisemcnient. tVi.;)I)n.--A litt quietw edding wais celebtratid ..lat St.. Stepllen's i Church, Portlandh, on Tuesday evtning, the 8thl Sept., Ity the RIt. Ginion Car...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 September 1914

DIED. BENSON.-On the 31st August, 1914, at his residence, South Portland, James Benson, beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Benson, who died on March 4th, 1914. Reunited. A colonist of 59 years 8 months. A patient sufferer gone to rest.        

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 September 1914

Postal A____ Ulcrxtt BOVISB?D "O I?r?lk. Mrlaslor the uadermetloned offieas cloje at I'ortla~dlas follow:--j l:,lt anrl Adelaide 7i am , a a It I )a. t ",it no IJtIL ... 7. am 7.5, am n ,. " . . . . .It £. ,, a - tr :, ... )m . pmm . ' Ia.. b"aolmea l.... 1 m t ) Uam ,..AIOUa mn1Ul .1. . 40002 ,, ...175 Sam 700anm 7 boa a, .bLhz .1 Ii. U0 . r dgie-water -. 9 am a I n. I Ulxl,- ,G oa ...].i a ! m~1 i ·· .U , r 8.60 n [ .1( 0 n u "ia" . ..I ;an i Uro Vallay d 0 a.6 · a I tib ~N arab i'artlan.0l) Li irtiii: ji a- caI~ am :L 01' 'IL L * Lcta .. 5.5 am 760 am ,.ou a )7,,0 ann .lr 5 , . .an -.l a m 1.60 am a.bI a ci. aa ; 0 a t .5) ,rt .m I.F , 00am D r, )r A , •.5> 1.0 I) .i - I) * 7.0am St in. ,,.a3.6 ?y? T. 'an. '-I ;i 1Jisston ... .-.7,0Jam 7.50 am 7150a .a n75a;8 SLf 5in..a listW1 .. *7I3am 7050amo150 7.Oan. 7m S.a0am SLat roua ... 7.5L0 a a. .. .t a a. . . .. ( .: .' I ,ro ts .... ... ,' a .0,5 a a.., ,. d1:Bt'Jrn a t.. . ... .la am 7.0 am 7.50am 1.50 an bi.5 an SI due .. 7.0 aim...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 September 1914

Riheumatism. -::- ENDIGO LADY'S RECOVERY. '' .' .Nine years,ago I was a great osti. : r . e- r from Itlieuninatlsnl. being lanid up t.,r tZ hrboe weoks," writei Mrs. ElIza both Blray. ' ? of Carcplln St., Quarry IllI. Bi n d.go. Vie. After try S'. · % .' ti:g several '..\ * • r f r I ni tl ed l S•witlh I!ttlo it;' or nlo 2ln I decided S*-..to .-.- r. t'llo. AtH I J ,-, t bhat per;'od I wat; bad Si"cLdeed,' 1av!ng to hobble about vwth Sthe assIsance of. a . walkltlng stlick r,'.w" lit able to leave mry bed. Thie ee ;'iet or Dr. Morse's ld:uan Itcot I'llls -'; .. i las 'rnurvellois,. and(l my . recover/ w*.'.. s rap!d. I only useC half a bottle .: nr ilis: and becatnd ihnyself once *:. .'more--restarod to perfect health. I a2 a woomaon cf usually vigorous " health an;f aim a great, believor in yourE roeme(y. My hiisband also hllas: faith tin tlinmt for rnllof of Iatl:;acle(I andil 'I.ln1cy Trouble." Dr.'Morsa's Indian Itot Pills Drov(ed 4(-ncctivoe ibcause tlley drove the Uric -'cidl ...

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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 — 17 September 1914

CORRESPONDENCE It is to be disticity understood thaKe se in 0o waty identtiifyourrsedes woLtl the opinion expresed bIs oear corrcespoduentds. THE WAR. (To the Editor.) Sir,---Mr. Ensor has got beyond bin depth. lie suggests thatb "a.altllpat riotic. meetings a petition should hoe presented to the Government to, in vite Eugland to request Russia to send 1i5,000 troops to assisnt the Allies in driving the Germoans out of Belgium." This is nonseonse, The Australian G - vernment doubtless considers that Lord Kitchonoris perfectly capable of undes. takiny his own affairs. However, per haps our newly appointed Mayor will be eager to grasp the honor of forward. ing th' first petition. But I don't think so. When the news arrived that the British were defeated at Mons, that the Allies were retreating towards Paris, possibly Lord Kitchener smiled. Mr. Eusor must not imagine that re treat signifies defeat, or that the de molition of buildingm in the line of fire of the forts outside Paris sign...

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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 September 1914

HLNW CSTAC RATES, The new postal ratei, iclcluding dche tpenny pIinuinge onc , cI lecee Line ini force on Thay 1hr. Thu rcUCceti .,tclB cre car follow: TUIIOUGLIOUT COhil NiNWEALTIJ AŽFD A JVIU'c. Lrtterr 1d . pet it. LeteIi cards6,ingla ,dtl .cae Do. reply ,d. each half. Icosccarde,caccgl ,£ 3d unch Do. rep!y, id. ehch half. 'rijnted Ipalperuc Oe.lpeir 2 oz. Books, pc ccl cC- cc ccl Aceb:, li, Od p'r 8,oz; n Auctcralia 04d .per 8 c. Macazin es- Princtd ini Auctralia, Old. per 8 vz.; printed outside Australia, Ojd. pr 4 oz. "Hactanscri," Od. pter 12 n. Commcrcial papers .pat erna samnpics and merclcadtee, 3d. per 2 en. OVERSEA lOT1UilONS Letter froan cthe Cccccnccwealth to thc Uciced Xitrgdnm, . versen domintions, Briti th coloeies cnd pritecttrates except the New tebrides, id. per A cc. NEW ZEALADND D TIlE ISLANDS. The rates to New Zecaland, Figi and Britist Stclomicrccce1ilcacds are: Let 3d 1I or. iPo rds cigle ld. D rep id.ea Le ar i gtl d Do reply ,d .nch ha MccgcinEs 3d. 8 cr.,...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 September 1914

PORTLAND TELEPBONE BUREAU. nl' ol loing ij lintof telephonelnsati antei l rget: hName Fi o3mis. Additional oflTown 3Convorootion. 3lins. • raioxhiolmo .94 6d 1yaihtuk le 9d Unpo ,u.!on 2- 2d Cavcndinhl la D9 "Uastorton via Jlranxholme In te. Caterton via Hamilton l'aid 4 la Coloraine Is 4d Is Condih Od 3d Crossl- JIs 9d Dennnig?ton 1. 9d Digby, via Ilrnlloxlirzo 1·3 94 Dranxhomne Ia 9d Dunkeld 1s Od Glenthollmpson isa 44 lis llirakesdulo Ia. 9d liamilton Ia 9d Ileywood 2d 2d Kentbruck Od Sd Kirkstall is 9d Kornit. Is 9g Lake Dola lo lOd 1 2d Maocarthur la 44 les .\le-rino, vi - Iramsxholrrn Ia 9Od Motion, vu 4 llamilton Is 4d la .1otnnt Garnbier is 9d Moyno Fbala la, 9d Mlyam)n ed' 54 Narrawong 2d 2d Nolson 8d Cd !unbLurst I O 9d Port Fairy 8sd 6d Port McDonno la 4d Is Hiptlionhurstr ln 9d l'yrcndarra a:d "d Ymlmllk Od 5d •Wallacedal 8d d WVarrnnnbool is 9d Wicltliff l1 10d ia 2 Woolathorpe la 9ad Fea for messenger onll, any person dind wihin one mile--,d. Nlote.-l1rniiholeo cloten ...

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DARTMOOR. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 September 1914

DARTMOOR. (From our correspondent.) A Patriotic euchre party and dance w'as held in the IDartmoor I-IHll on Friday ni'ht last, and the sum of £5 evas taken at the door. The card tables wcre well filled, and euclire proceeded until aftei ten o'elook. The Ildy's prize fcll to Mrs. I. MceKnaie, and the gents' prize was won by a gentle mnan fiom the construction works here. Thlic hall has cleared for dancing, which conimenced about 10.30, and pie ecded until the small hours, and onded up switli the dancers joining hands and singing "God Save the King" in strong lusty voices, whic expres.sed for one and all tihe stiong lovo for their King and country. The supper was well and amply provided by the ladies, and the music was left in the capable hands of Mr. Pctei Spencer. The cJroais a nrounJ) rtmoor and Mnimbainai areasudly in need of a good dowiipoiir of rain. and unlcss it comes shortly soeie of them will be bnly fit to have stock turned into. The few warnm days lately have left overythl...

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Melbourne, Wednesday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 September 1914

SMelbourne, WedICesdaLy MorninLg. Italy is talking strongly of interven. ing mn behalf of the Allies. * Tne Belgians are again fighting over the ruins of Louvain. The Allies continued their reclentloss 'pursuit of tile Germans, whose retreat is dscribed as being ,iore tcrrible than thalt of tih Turks from Lilo Bu'gos.in the iht 3Balkan war. ThiJeermlllns have abandoned t eir' liie uf dfcece between Compeignc and 80&ssois. A British torpedo boat sank the (lcrman cruiser Lola The Allies marked time for a little rest, thie Germans gutting a chance to resist from the heights north-west of Itheims. lThe Crown Prince of Gcermnany's tiy still hangs in the balance, having failed to pass between the French east 'rn forts of Verdun and Toul. Tons of munitions of war and a iovsablo electric power station, com. Priing five motor .vans, were captured Oy tlie Allies.

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WAR IN EUROPE. Melbourne, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 September 1914

WAR IN EUROPE. [leutti a Cablegiramns] Mclboi tje, Wednesday Night. Tl'hlo lbseLnceO of news from Southiorn Coe miany is ciiisinig i panic. .1 errific. rains and hluiriciates are midking thie German rctremst from France icry bad, the roads being tcr. riblc. . lho ccntrempf the German retreat mig army is 'still unbrolken. The wn Princes army has been driven farthler bacdk. The Genmons are making theis pri sonocra \mork. Thi .mil ion troops are engaged on the Manme River district in France. The Germais have asked - the Bel gilans, to surrender Antwerp; their capitial, with a view to settle the vwar, but the demand was proiiiptljr rejccted. Thie Russians dechilio that they will capture Vlennu, the cumpital of Austria, about the umuiddlo of October. The Gem-mans admit that Austria is absolutely defeated. The Sam-vians defected 80,000 Aus tu-ians, iuhuo ho0t 20,000 mon. The Russiuuns took during the week 238,000 Austr-ians and Gernama prison crs, 450 guns, 1000 pieces of artillery, 400 t...

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Melbourne, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 September 1914

Melbounine, Tues.tiC y Evening. latcst ncws from the.front confirms the piecipitate i(tr eat of the GeCrmans in France. - It is reported that the largor part of the Austrian armies is capitulhting. .Atcrriiblr.faiiiine:is theatening is Gerrmny. The Government confis rated for the. toops an accumulation of food in Hamburg. lbs populace of Jerlin went frantic withi joy whlenu it was reported that a defeat had been inflicted upon the BIitish in France, the people showing it tlccp resentment towards England. Germany is sending strong reinforce Ietnts by sea to Mems l by the Baltic, the objective being Tilsit. British and French have had further successes on the right anid left wings. The Crown Prince of Germany has I icen beaten jend is removing his head If 10rters. The IRussians -o, driving the Gce imans back. Tihe well known firm of Krupps his / cnitributtda £500,000 to the German iass loan. Mr. Bryan, Secretary of the United States of Americe, is itking the Powers tocldse thei war. F...

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GERMAN NEW GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 September 1914

GERMAN NEW GUINEA. The follovipng messsgo was received by the Commonwealth Defecoe )e* partinent Herbertshohe, German New Guijel, occupied by Austndlian troops,. nad British flag hoisted at half pust seveh n,m. o0n 11th September, without op* position. HIerbotsshoho anid Ilabaul have been garrisoned. Simpsonshaenn swept and ready to be entered Septembcr 12. Aestralisn naval force landed to dcstrov wireless station, met with vigorous opposition. Advanced party at dawn estatlisllhd landing before enemy aware of intell tion. From within a few hundred yards of landing bush fight for for almost four miles. Roads and fronts slso mined in p!acss, and station en' trenelmed. The German forces on sea. * ward side surrendered uncoiuditione ally. H-lave landed 1 2-pounldelr gulns. Ilabaul, the seat of the (eurall Go vernmnent, has been eccupied, and the British flag hoisted. Prisoners taken-- Gerflsml efhicels, 17; native police, 56. German cusuul ties, about90 to 30 killed. Australians- Killed...

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Patriotic Meeting. ENTHUSIASTIC RESPONSE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 September 1914

Patriotico leeting. :E;NTHUSIAST RESPONSE. , e; ePatriotic meeting convened by the Mayor (Qr. J. L. Wyatt) on Mon day evening last met with a highly gratifying response on the part of the townspeople. The capacious Drill Hall was well filled, and tile proceedings throughout were characterised by intense enthusiasm. The hall was pro fusely and tastefully decorated with flags. for the occasion by Warrant Officer Jones and his assistant, Mr. Fitzpatrick. The meeting was pre. ceded by a naval and military parade. The local naval militia and cadets, to. gether with the members of tl. Rifle Ulab, fell in at tht intersection of Percy and Tyers streets, whence, headed by the Heywood brass band, under the leadership of Mr. W. E. Thomas they marched to the Orderly Room. The public meeting was presided over by the Mayor, who was supported by members of tha Council, officers of the local and naval and military forces, and several of the clergy. The pro ceedings opened with the National Anthem, ...

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WAR IN EUROPE. Melbourne, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 September 1914

WAR IN EUROPE. JReutcr's Cablograms.] Melbourne, Monday Evenirg.. The Russians have achieved f£uthlcr staggering victories against the Aius trians. The first Austiann aryny:lost :100 officers and 28,000 men. The so cond army lost 000 ofticers and 70;00b lme. These victories are consideredtl decisive. Of nine Hungarian regiments is the Austriain armies only 30 men serrived. Owing to the repeated suc ersses of the Russians, Vienna fears invcstmniit. The Ilussians defcatced the Gnermans st Myaz"nic. The Belgians, with 75,000 men, have ne captured Brussels. The Allies are still erushing the Cermans all along the line of retreat. Later accounts of the recent combat in the Maine Valley describe it as a veri table Valley of Death. Leading min of the world consider the time has arrived for peace negoti aticns. Public opinion in England ssys no peace would be satisfactory that allowed Germsny to retairn her fleet. Paris is oveijoyed at the success of the Allies in pushing back the in vaders....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 September 1914

S CURED THEIIM BOTIH. li alway use Chamberlialo's Cough who medy ntd can recommend it to anyone 4 l°a? hilyren, says M.rs Barrott, Broom net, IKat~daini, W.A. "My two little giro" oleren and. Nefla, , Were very'bad with thO Ly hamberlin's Cough Reelo'ly was only med~cide that would give them d . Ater they 'had takoel two. ottlls hes ot a i race of cron . Now I ,. ,,ot:te wlthLout a bott!e ao'Chamber. I n Ih\rnah ney. i n. e.y |." Sold by Tthope: pn,· ".gea :. .. ... .· . MY MOTHEIR USED) I'T. "When only four months old our little bahy Frank was attacked with a to rible aroupy cold," says Mrs. O. I. Smith, MIoot. wingoee Station, Euriowiu, N.S.WV. "M·y mother hlaving used Chambherhlain Cough Remedy for meill whel I was a child, I ait once gave it to my baby andl he got immedi ate relief. I have adopted it as our family Coogh Remedy; it has nzever faiiled me once. I trust peopluj living in the back country as we do, will benefit by our exper:ellco and always keep Chambernclin's Cough ...

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Melbourne, Tuesday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 September 1914

Melbourne, Tuesday Mornin.g. Tile Germans are still retlreating, with tile Allies close on their heels, following them across tihe rivers. There are ovident signs of tile com pleto rout of the enemy. General von Kluck's army has been cut off from its provisioning base. Graphic accounts are given of tihe recent battles. Despair deepens in Germany as the true state of anffirs is revealed. There are still persistenit rumours that a Russsian force is operating in Ilelgium. The wonderful British bayonet charges are graphically described by correspondeuts; .lso Gemseral Pau's Alsace army's rapid mIarchl to Ver sailles in time to reinforce tho All:es' left wing. All reportsofrom the field show awful German losses. The Belgians lhave made successful sorties. The Russians have surrounded two moreo imnportant towns, but the Ger muans caused tho Russians' left wing to retreat. italy is landing troops at Valona, an •Albanian seaport inl the Adriatic. Anl Anglo-Fronch force; operating fr'om the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 September 1914

tSt. S1teShoeu8 SUNDAY, Sept. 20. Onnon Carmichlael will prench mnorn .n1g and evening. Baptiat Church SUNDAY NEXT. Preacher-Pastor H1. Boulter. ''His Ablnition Realised; hut-" All Seats Free. SN f'TEI) ti Renitl, Finn, 10 to :i iicres, for a termi of three or five Scirs, wiith rigte of 1iirelrcise, thlree or four inilen froiji tIon ii. llost have Iper inanent watcr. Client waiting. F. Mar. allah unit Co., J.aii Aients. J3 Il. N'SNING S Famous Sceds.-Farrn er-' huy yiur Mangold Semi. Field C(arrot', Garlden seed nod Lawn Grosses ut W:. i.. S. uith's, grocer, l'ercystreet, I'ortland. O LET, comfortablc Fiimnishlemt IRoomits jfcimng the sea. Mrs. c;. Wright, rontinick street. S TItAYED) from Cape Nelsomi, Reu COW1, lit le white on flaiik, large slit on cur, hvaniiei 41' (eoiijoiinel oti oil side rmlinp. stewarn en delivery to Mcri. .1. C. Trickey, JRuntstreet, t'nciiurnli. ORj~0m SA itEi, fo tirst-clas gaiki Cow.v. FOI yAtt nd; Co. Removed. M JS J11ŽnfIt0'Ji utesires to notify Irte ci...

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