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

.W. HEMERS. COACHBUILDER, Genera1 ·iac~ksmnth,Wheelwright & HoraeEzoew PEROY STREET, POLTLAND. i T II. hogi to thle't his numorous patrons for their liberal au port In thi avs 1 t> ?iitifY i(Ti I ti o ahi i srarliv tioat it will hiA ostant almi their confilenoceby do. uniformly good work. Now and Second-had .Btsggloe always on Hnad. jannmithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repaired Careful attention glven to the tyreing of wheels. REtimates given for all repairs, If required. Horsc-Shooing Strictly Attondod tO. l'iofie of all loscriptious Ropoirol, taintal and renewed. lough Repaired Made Lightest draught. Co St~mpfe ad Btroog, The y freigot go Worsttong. Gropttoito iau great ttslog tosa sowiogroaorfcycer ctsttyveheo you flee to the ooootry sod have 0 I'tyourelf. WARD TROS. ytohaotb have fewer parts than ilty otlter-.oottsN a to get out of otder. ron'yochur od ettan ttheeS Whe py foerigtk to your ttoo tasivtee e geryrooettioe-sudlet you Aveou it 00 euy t...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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FOR ACTIVE SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 17 September 1914

FoIL Acrta-I Savice.-On Toesday imornit;g hist .thliirty-thrt'e of our locult Senior Cadcts entrained for Melbourne for garrison duty. A large crowd ga' thtered at the statiotn to:see them go and gve them a parting cheer. The Mayor (Cr. J. i.. Wyatt) addressed the ntmn bets of the contingent, nad expressed confidence tlhat sliuslld thcybe calleti ttpon to utndletgo theil' Ixiptisnt of fire they would uphold the traditions of the British race. Cr. T. . Smith who servedt with the Australians it South Africa, also spoke a fewv words of ad vice to thle young naval men. The Na tional Anthem was sung, atid as the traits tioved out thr'e Iteatrty cheltes were gi'en for ottr yotntlg dlefetsdet's. A sitmilir demonstration took place oti Weuittesday mornilig, whlen those who laid responded to tlie Mayor's call for volutttcets for the Cotentonwealtlt's secomud Expeditionary Fotrce emiturminuct for the encamttpmnet at Broetdineadows. 'T'hterel wits a coitsiuerible crowd tto see them start, and ...

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

DIED. JERRnI~T1'.-At~ Sistcr BROWnI's Pri1.latO Hosp'itiil, on 15thI Scptelnho, A, JEflhlTF, bI~te of ~SIrrmWOfl; agC(I 7' j)'t QbstvUtr THIURSDAY,, SEPT. 17, 1914

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 September 1914

Postal izatbn.trt Et BEVI:5ED 10 IDAla. Maslator tha anermeatlonedoffces a clolae at Portlandlaa follow:--l B, B, ialrat and Adelaide 7.60 am£ .50a m 70am 7.0 tam t I anI Iarat .. ... 7.60 am.0am *.SOa " ."n 700a " ltaren . . 6pm 9pm J llrancholme - 7.00 am 7.50 am 1.00 a m ro( am.te a aetcrtou ... . 1,60 am l.O0 am 7.S0 a m 7.00 a m 1.1 a I Cape Blridgewater - a m t9 n. Uape Nelion 2p m ockatoo Valley ... I (North Prtla A) 8.50 a Oan Colring°on -- pm 9pm ! Im u ?a U. Cleralne ... - 7.60 am 7.b0am 7.6u aa..50 a7 m 7.t1 am L,. Condah ... ·.. 7.I0 am 7.00 am 7.0 am 7,0 am 7. 0, a n" Dartmoor .. - 7,50 am 7. .0r n. Elik Drik .. .. ei e 7.50am '" " , a.ibd.a,ys,7. ... . O Grae . 8.50 am 85 am toamilton ... - 1.50 am 7.50 am 7.60 am 7.a0a 7 0 am n. l.eywa .. . 7.60 am 7.0aOm 7. .am 7.5Uam 7.tOam . Kenthbruck... ... 7.650 am 7.50 a n[ LC Bridge~water - " 9 am 9 am Lyoan .- .. 1.7,50 a n 7.T, im Mi boarna.. --7.50 am 7.50am 7.,50 am 7.50 am 7.50 an iM rino .. ... 7.0 am 7.50 am 7,50 am 1.6...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 September 1914

: i: lheumatism. "P.ENDIGO LADY'S RECOVERY. . "Nlno years ago I was a great suf freor from Rheulmnatlsl, being laid U; for. three weeks," writes Mrs. Ellza ~beth Bray, of Carolin st. Qiuarr) 11111. Ben digo, Vic, After try I.,) Ing several 0 r em ed@lc Swith little ?. or DO In Sprove0n0t. i decided -?? . , to try Ir. S Morse's In ' - dlian Ioot Pillt. At 'ro* a Ph ,l . thl ,t period I was bhad indeed, having to hobalble about with the iassistance of a walking slick. wlen able to leave my Ied. The effect of Dr. Morse's Indian Rloot Pills was marvellous, and oly recovery was ralpid. I only useC hialf a bottle of Pills and becamte mIys!if onco mnore-restored to perfect hiealth. I atn a woman of usntlally vigorous health ant am a great btlihever in your remedly. lly Ihusbtand als.o hatts faithi in tlhern for relicef of Ilac.l::cithello -and Kidney Trouble." D)r. Morse's Indian Root Pills provtd effective because tlhey drove Ithe Ulric Aclt out of tile system, lpuriiedtl the blood. and a...

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DEATH OF GENERAL DE LA REY. A TRAGIC MISTAKE. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 September 1914

DEATH OF CENERAL DE LA REY. A TRAGIC MISTAKE. (Reuter'a Telegram.) London, Wednesday. A regrettable mistake, which oc curred neIar Johannesblurg todoy re sulted in the death of General. De la Rey, a well known Boer commander. Whith '"eneral Beyers he was motoring near Johannesburg, returning in the evening to Genrerl De In Rey's farm. At the same time tle police were sek ing a gangof desperado s,whohrId been using a similar motor ear. The police had previously killed a doctor and wounded his wife and sister in similar crrcumstanc s Three gngs of robbers had been operating on the Rand. They raided a bank lhst week and shot dilead a man who discovered them. Then they dynamited the safe. On Sunday they killed two police and escaped in a mno tor car. Armed-police had organised a hunt, and whein they surprised the men in their biding placotlhe bandits killed a detective and escap·d. The police were searching fir thm bandits when the mnotor car containing the Beer generals approached; A f...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 September 1914

NEW OSTAC RATES4 The new postal rates, ihcluding the penny piostage on letters, came in force on May 1st. The reduced .rales are as follow: TBROUGBOUT COMllIONWEALTH AND PAP'UPA. Latter ld .pet ?)z. Lette ards,singl ,ld .ec Do. reply,ld.each half. I'oelcarde,singlt ,ld.each Do. reply, ld. each half. Printed paperI OlJd .per 2 oz. Books, pIlinlt '-, utr di Aus?ir alia, 0V per 8;oz;. n Australia 0d .per 8 tz. Masazin es-Printed in Australia, Old. per 8 sz.; printed outside Australia, Ojd. per4 oz. l"Hanaard," Od. per 12 oz. Conmmercial papers .paIlttern, samples and merchan:dtse, ld. per 2 ez. OVERSEA DOll'lNIONS Letters from the Crnmr?nnwealth to the United Kiingdotm, oversea dnmilnions, British colonies and protectorates exelcp the New Hebrides, Id. per d oz. NEW ZEALAND AND TBEISLANDS. The ra:es to New Zealand, Figi aind British Solomaor blolnds are: Let ld I oz. P'o ards ngle ld. D rep ld.ea Lo ar ingl d. Do reply ,ld .eaci ha Magazicies Id. 8 os., additional 4 o )ld. Booke, ld. 4...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 September 1914

s PORTLAND TELEPBONE S BUREAU. i~ O ollowing is a list of tolephono:stati anti charges:_. d iame 1i. 3mins. Additional S fITown Conveorsoation. man-s. lUraonxholmo 8d Iiyaduk Ic 9d Uape ~J!ion 2d 2d Cavendish la 94 LCastorton via Bronxholmo li Gd Caoatrton via Hamilton sla 4d is Coleraine 1 4d sla Condol 'd id Crossly- Js 9d Dcnnington 1i 9d Digby, via Iranxholme sla 9d Dunkold is Gd Olenthompson li 4d is llawkesdelo les Gd Hanmilton IS Gd IlHeywood 2d 2d Kentbruck lId ld Kirkstall Is 9d Koroit Is Gd Lake 3ola sl 10d 1 2d Macarthur ls Il la :.1erino, via iranxhol no Is Gd bMorino, via Hamilton la 4d la .Mount Gambior Is Gd bloyne FalIls I; 9d Mlyamyn 6dI 5,i Narrawong 2d 2d Nelson Gd 6d Punelurst la Od Port Fairy 8d 6d Port McDonne ls 4d is Ripponhurat is Gd Tyrendarra 8d Gd Yambuk 6d d *Wallacdal 8d Gd Warrnambool Is Wickliff 1 10d is 2 Woolsthorpe Is gd Fee for meanossnger call, any person dind wihin one mile--3d. CNoto.-Brauxhlolr.e cloees from p.m. to p.m. daily, and on Wednceda...

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Football Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 September 1914

Football I tMclbourne, Satturtlly. Following are the results of 'to tldy's matches South Melb. 5.13, Carlton 3.6.

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PATRIOTIC FUND [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 September 1914

PATRIOTIC FUND Miss E. M. Williamson, head teacher f tbe Gorne State school, desires to acknowledge tile following donations to the Patriotic Fund: T. Hodpetts ... £1 0 0 E. W. Hedditchl .. 1 0 0 Hy. Williamson ... 1 1 0 F, Williamson ... 1 1 0 F. .Stuchbery ... 0 10 0 I. PR'~hberts... . 0 2 0 J. T. Pedrazzi .... 0 5 0 - .. H.Hollis ... 0 5 0 - McArdle, sen. ... 1 0 0 Mr sT. Collyer. ... 0 10 0 Mrs F. Stuchbery, jn... 0 10 0 Miss E. M. Williamson 1 1 0 Total to date ... £8 0 0

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WAR IN EUROPE. DISASTER TO AN AUSTRALIAN SUBMARINE. Sydney, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 September 1914

WAR IN EUROPE. [Ieuter's Cablegrams.] DISASTER TO AN AUSTRALIAN SUBMARINE, Sydney, Saturday Evening. lear.Admiral Sirt G. E. Patey, com manding the Australian fleet, "eports the sinking of Submarine AEI, with 38 oflicers and men, presumably as tile result of an accident. The weatlher was line and no wreck. age has been found. Admliral Patey reports her missing since September 11. The list of blliceers and men has been published. They are mostly from lESng. laind, the colonials beibng few. Ad-· miral Patey wires that there is ntl posi sible hope. Melbourne, Sunday. In the disaster to the Australiran submarine AEl, thet:o were d owned 5ii Victoritans, 1 Tasmanian, 1 from Bris bane, and 1 from Sydney. Another Engli-h trawler Ihas beei wrrecked by a German mine. The "Herald," a large Labor paper, published in London, has ceased publi cation owing to the effect of the war. ThIe Liege district of Belgium is being abandoned by the Germans, 480,000 going to stop the Russian advance. The All...

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Federal Election WANNON. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 September 1914

Federal Election WANNON. 'The count for Wanpoti is now prac tically comp'ete, and although a few more absent votes are to be coutnted, he poll may be declared any day. The latest figures are Rodgers ... ... 16,074 Mackinnon .. 13,881 in the latest scrutiny Mr. Mackin non received 60 and Mr. Rodgers 34 votes. Compared withl last election, Mr. Rodgera' majority has been reduced by 320 votes, The Labor party hold a lengthy sit ting on Thursday to elect by ballot the new Ministry. Mr. Fisher was unani nously elec:ed leader, and Senators Pearce, Gardiner and Russell were chosen as Senate Ministers; Following ls the complete list: Prime Minister and Treasurer.---Mr. I'isher. Attorney General --Mr Hughes. Minister of 1)efence.-Senatr Pearce. Minister of Customts-M r. Tudor. Minister. for Bome Alffairs.-Mr. Archibald. Postmaster-Genera'-M?r. Spence. Minister of External Affairs.-Mr. Arthur. Vice-President of the Executive Council-Senator Gardiner. SHionorary Ministers--Messrs Mahon, Jensen ...

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THE WAR. Melbourne, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 September 1914

THE WAR. ]Reuter's Cablcegrams.] Melbourne, Tlhursday Eveung. Train loads of wounded and dlead ,ostinue to arrive at Berlin, impiress ion thie erualns with defeat. ''lcThe German and Austrian forces are I both reported to be cornered by the lussians at the jupction of thle San and - Vistulh rivers, and their surrender is expectedl. The ,cneral position of the Allies :iloni t11h Aisno is favorable. The Glermansl delivered several counter at tacks against the British, hut were re pulsed.( Great fighting is proceeding. I Tr? ie nirmans are losing heavily, the \llies taking many prisoners. it is expected tlhat the greatest batt'o of tihe canpalign will be fought to ,lorrow. The enemy is well entrenchled .dl, despicie heavy losses, his main ormy is unbroken. In tihe opinion of military experts the war is .just begin- I nA lritish submarine sank a German erluiser six miles from IHeligohlnd. Soutlh Africans drove an invading Cerma;un force from tlhe Orange River. The Kaiser may take comman...

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HOCK DER KAISER MINESELF AND GOD. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 September 1914

HOCK DER KAISEBR MINESELF AND GOD. [BY A. M. R. Gonnuos.] The Ciesar of this Fatherlarnd And God on High ihll things cuonlland. Wo two. Acl! Don't you understand. Myse!f---and God. to'reigns in lHeaven, andl always shall; And nluno own Empire is noI(t smanll. A noble pair! I think you call Mlysolf-----and God. Whilo somne con sing the 'Power Diviec,' Miy soldiers sing "The Watch on Rhine,' And drink the health in Rihenish wine Of nme-----and God. There's France, she swaggers all around. She's now elf'te and quite played out; To much, we think, she don't amount-; Meinself----and Gott. She shall nob dare to fight again; . Bit if'she.should I'll show her pllin" That Alsace and [in French| Lorraine Ale oein -hy God. Von Bismarck was a man of might ntnd thought hIe was cleiariand out of sight.; But, Ach! lie was nio good to fight With rae- -and Gott. . We kihocked himn like a man of straw; We let hiti know wlhose will was law. And that we would not stand his jaw--. Meinself--and God. We ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 September 1914

1H EUJIATISSM. ' '"I had rheoumdtil and auffered so much •at I could not sleep,' sry8 Mr. B. Rowe, 'las. "After three 3eas of sufi'ering a frienal reconinmeided moeto try Chlrmbcrluin's P'.io ]0k.lm, and bdafbr'e using .half a bottlo I 0asiwonderfully rloeved. Twto bottles re moved all paiuos and mow I in 1uito m?self Segain.' Sold by Thomrum, Braie and C(o. B3BBENS ABB M T.. Some people have more than their share. Burdens of life are many. Some people have more than their share. Pretty hard to bear the burden of a bad back. Its aches and pains make you miserable Learn the cause and remove the burden Most backache pains come from eick kidneys. Must cure the kidneys to cure :he back. Doan's Brckache Kidney Pills will do it. Lots of proof that this is so. Road what this woman say: Mrs. O. Frost, Palmer Street, Portland says:-"I have been sulfering torture with my back. It was so bad at times that I could not get about to do my work. Pain cught me when I stooped over, when I straighten...

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A MAMMOTH CRAB. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 September 1914

A MA.M[o?n CtAt..-There is on view in the Mt. Gambier "Star" win dow a mammoth crab, which was cap tured by Mr. J. Carrison at Portland during the last trip of the Ireno a few I days ago. Thle monster we;ghs about lub.. and measures 2fe. Gin. from tip t.o tip of claws when extended. TIIes district of Heywood has just completed formal business arrange ments for the installation of a bush nurse at Heywood. Nurse Scudamore has been appointed, and will begin work at once. This makles the nine teenth centro established .under the Victorian Bush Nursing Association, SINCe the closing of Port McDonnell, owing to the demand for extra pay by the men engaged in the unloading of vessels, which is deeply deplored, many have lean the suggestions to get over the difficulty, but very few were put into effect until Mrs. S. A. Pascoe, in a practical manner,' chartered the auxiliary motdr lnnbhl Irene, to run to Portland, and there pick up the Bay cargo. Her first trip was made under very adverse cir...

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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 September 1914

Local Land Board. Thleo following applictions wcr dalt with ab P6?thand on Tll-hurisda'y morning, before Mr, E. Burgess, Land O1i8er. Parish of Tarragml, allot en, section 10 20 acres, Evelyn 31. Kcnnedy.--Rceom' mended. c Town of Dartnoor. Allot 25A, 2 acres, Toni Dougli.-Pos.t poned. Allot 24A, 2 acres, John McKeevor. -Postponed. Parish of Trewalla. Allot 17, section 10, 108 acres, C. A. Reeves--Withldrawn. Alex. Atchison-Refuscd. P. J. Foley.-Rconncdllellll . Parish of Heywood. Allot 36, section A, 123 acres, Isaa Friend-Recommended. Allot 34, section A, 87 acres, Jas. Bond --Refused. Allot35, section A., 18 acres, E. J. C. Bond -Recolnmmended. Allots 34, 35, 3. section a, 28 cres, Arthur Lovell..-Rccommendsd " Parish of Drik Drik. Part allot7, section 13, 45 acres, T. W. Euel'son.-Recolrendei ed. Parish of Portland. Allots 21,21A, section 13, 40 acres. W. H.II. J. Baker-Refused. R. 'i. Tuck-Refused. IL. A. Tuck-Recommended. Thos. Fernando -Refused. Parish of Drumborg. Part allot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 September 1914

ANTED to Rent, Farm, 10 to 30 acrew, for a term 1f three or tive cers, with right of purchasel, three or ftour miles froil town. Mnust have per mnanent water. Client waiting. F. Mar a?-il and Co., Land Agent..___ R'O RUNNING'S Famou. Scods.-Fiarmi J cl r, ,iuy your Maig,,ld Se8ed, Field Carrots. CGaideln rseend d aI'lwn GOras?c i mt W. i . G. Si ith'i . grdcer, 'ercystreet, t%,rtland. STRAYED fromi Cape Neleon, RIed COW, a little white on flllk, largle slit on ear, lradel .JT (cenjoine?h ,, off aide runllp. llewalrd ln delivery ti 1li.J. J.C. Trickey, Intlurd treet, P'ortland. Portland Hospital. 7 ENDERS will ie received till TUES. DAY, 22nd iist.., for 21) tolls lft. dry Firewood. Apply .1 T. PIT1'.'l'1lUSI, Secretnly. Belgian Widows' and Orphans' Fund. S OCIA I, and Dance ini Drill nll lion MON D)AY, September °8. I eintlemein 2/6. .aliecsu any article of wearinig aIlpparel. Australian Women's National League ,f ~E usual imentlly ireeling will Ibe I held in the ()?fdellows' Hlhl o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 September 1914

.0 ,.";) *·e :?. i? '. < ·I:CHB3U1LDER . ·h '?.. s t , ; or . ".." -onriJfl~ "%:it2h,g~l W ?UIeeL- D ht- & .?oi,:l..' S'PEflCY ..... T???.P'~~.?V . b..e to tt?,,' his numfl3 outs potr6u for tlh6ir liberal so port in th. ail tiltif 'itti iit it sthie pisestle tsaititwilltius eiacntl thi. ao L?.'lo? by, d?. . iflormly good work. ''g 4SgE5VhV. WOU rgtooalo'ayt'oflHansd? ,unttitith jiD a fswod, a l kenl~hdo 9fAgg eosItrlIm~plem~t on pa~rd e ' Careful attgptiofl gJ7en t tho tyrebng of. iheols.c Esthmates glve? ?1o repaltr, If required. . o f?" ll lTsri ol5 i ep?irol, .',ita? aflin renewed. tou g- .dt'Trr?' a de Ltghteot draught .- . , ;: ;·; " ; :? , : ". .- .'. . . .ca,? -d , 0 La o Sitple and itrong, They Coanot go Wrong. GimpltcIiypt I a grent thing In in rrniewtngchlned-especally when youl liee in the ountry and hare ru o ityourserlf. WIARD llrOS. H.Ptrchioea have fewer parts than =fly othecr--nothing to get out o[ order, 'ounonehenper than others ;e pay freight to...

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FIXING PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 September 1914

Flix so Pltcue.--'The New' South Wales At'orn.y General, Mr, Hall.who is administering the leeislation fix;ing the price of wheat and flour, cnferred on Thursday morning with the repre zeoutatives of thle.mllers, who had corn. plained hl'it they were unable to pro cure stocks of wheat at the Government proc!amrnation ptrice of 4/2 per bushel, although large supplies ase stored in Sydney. i'be Minister was assured that the miliers were anxious to follow the instructions of the Government to sell flour at £9/10/ per ton, but they wete absolute!y prevented from secur ing wheat at the standard rate, the holders refusing to sell. Mr. Hall re quested the millers to supply him at once with information as to whatquan tity of wheat, they r quired for milling purpose%, and said that the Govern hinwt wou'd take action to secure it imitediately. Later the Governmen.t issued a proclamation, seizine 140,000 bags of wheat at present storvd at Dar liSng Island. It is known lihat large supplies are ...

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