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

.IN MIEMOIIIABI. UPTON.--In loving memory of my dear husland iiand our deiar fathller Robert Evans Upton, who passeUd awa:y 20th September, ]91), at Corra Lynn, South Portland. Worthy of lastLing love was he From those he left l)ebind. A ,etter husband could not be, A fiather more true and kind. Ie bore his pain, ihe bore it well, But whatlhe sulfered none can tell. P'eacefully 'eeping, resting at last; Life's weary troubles and suff'erings p:lst. [Inserted bIy hIis loving wife and children] IN MEMORIAM. FISIIEP..-In and remelmbrance of our he loved son, EIowAIn, shlo d:'ed on11 22nd Beptember, 1911, at Portlainld. Farewell, our own d?e?Albert, Sweet thoughts of yolu we'll keell; Although three years have passed awaLy Our grief is just as deep. Thllough enastldown withll tearsand orrow, Thoughll we've lust the one we lved; Softly comes the angel's wisper, lle'is safe in heaven above. Sadly misised by his mlother, father, and brother. InserOted by E i.K ., 11E., and W.J Fisher, Portl...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 September 1914

HEW OSTAC RATES4 The new p6stal rates, ilncluding the penny poatlge on letters, came in force on lMay Ist. The reduced crate are na fallow: THROUGHBOUT COMNION WEALTHI AND PAI'UI'A. Lbtter Id pt r 2oz. Lette ards,singl ,ld .eac Do. reply,ld.cnch half. Posltcarda,singl ,ld. each Do. reply, Id. each half. Printed papers O~d .per 2 oz. SBooks, print.--tusstide. Ao lralit,, 06 per 8oz;. n Australia OBd .per 8 oz. Magazin es--Printe~ in Australia, Old. por.8 oz.; printed outsaide Anatralia, 0Od. per 4 oz. "Hansard," Old. per 12 oz. Commercial papers .patterns, samples and merchl;atdlse, Id. plor 2 oz. OVERSEA DOM]NIONS Letters from the Commcnecahh to the United Kingdom, overrsea dminione, British colonies and procectoratee except the New Hlebrides, ld. per d oz. NEW ZEALAND AND TBEISLANDS. The rates to New Zealand, Fig antid British Solomon 1slalnds are: Let Id 1 o0. Po ards ogle ld. D rep ld.ca Le ar ingl d. Do reply,1d .each ha Magazilcs ld. 8 oz., additional 4 o 0ld. Books, ld. 4 oz. ...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 September 1914

PORTLAND T'ELEPHONE BUREAU. ln'h ollov ing is a list of telephone:etati and clarg(eb:-. lName Fi. inrins. Additional ofiTown Conversation. 3ming. LSranxholro i6tJ 6d Ilyduk hI 9d Usle i.'!Oon 2d 2d Caveondish Is 9 Gasotorton via Branxhlolmo la gd Casterton via Hlomilton las 4d la Coleraino Ia 4d In Coudanh Od 5d Orossle- * is 9d D nnington 1. 9d Di;by,via itranxholmo Is Od Uunkeld Is 9d Olnllthompnon Is 4d la Hawkesdplo Isj Od Hamilton Is 9d tltoywood 2d 2d Kentbruck Od 5d Kirkistall sl 9d Koroit la 9d Lake Bola l 10d I 2d Mlacnrthur Is 4d l-I :Mecrino, via lrauxholn o ls 9d lMerino, vna Hiamlilton la 4d la Mount Gambier 1i 9d Aloyne Falls lei 9d 5Mymylllyn 6di 54 Narrawong 2d 2d Nelson 8d 6d t'sulblurst la 9d Port Fairy 8d 6d Port McDonne ls 4d la Rippouhurat la 9d Tyrendarra 8d 8d Y ambuk 6d 5d SWallacedal 8d 6 Warrnambool Ia 9d Witk'liff la 10d 1i 2 Woolsthorno IR 0d Fec for messenger conll, any poerron dind wviThin one mile--3d. "Note.-]hranxholze closes from p.m. to I p.m. dail...

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 September 1914

.Postal A zinger uttE J1VlbED 1O DA1Ei. Malaltor the undermeantioned offices cloan at ' Portlandpaa follow:--I . . I,.. lait and Aadelaida3 7*.0 am 7.60 na m il 7t l an, 1 i. a Ilarant ... ... 7.50 a n 7.50 am n 7. ~0 a 7.tt , a lestrce ... ' pm pm . , "'. (Lranxholme - i.0. am 7.0 am i.0(am1 i 7.00 an .i, .. dterton ... -. 1,60 am 7.60 am i7.00 a in 7.1 a a in.( 1 I Cape Bridgewater - 0. a :n 0 : Gap?e Nlson ' n " Cockatoo Vallny (North P'ortlan) j 8.60 an 8.1( b n, Codrington U- 1pm Opm r * I n . Onlerarinn ... . 60 am 7.b0 am 7.aou a ;.t0 m ;.?L; i, L ? ,,. 1nadah ... .. 7.am 7.60 am 7.50 :i 7l003, a I a n7. " DLrtmoor . ... 7.50 a m . 7.i r .n. ri ik ..i ...k 7.50 am • 7-!t,, a hgaglbh MatIl,Wclne?. ". . "I , tdays; 7.5J a.m .. 8rJ - a. . 7 ..00anm 8 0 0 ,. lfamilton .... .?U am 7.501 am 7.0 a 7.508 mi . 7 :0 nam ' . leyw?oo .. -. 7.60 am 7.0Oam 7.00 am 7.7l.Oam i.5 m a 7 .0 *m Keobruck ... ... 7.0 a m 7..00 au L l)rldgewatar - 9 Bam 0 am Lyoa . .... 7,50 a n: 7,t(,a in bl.ldbou...

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THE WAR. BRITISH NAVAL DISASTER. Melbourne, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 September 1914

THE WAR. [Reutcr's Cablegrams ss BRITISH NAVAL DISASTER. Melsourne, Wedncedacy Evening. Sir Gcorge Reid announces that the British armoured cruisers Aboukir, OCrssy and Hogue, each 12,000 tons, were torpedoed and stink by Gcr man submuarincs in the North Sea. Considcrablo numbers of men weic drowned. The Ccmruonwcslth haas prohibited theexportatioil of mares, flour, wheat and ments. Italy hls determined to remaiin neu tral. The Servians and Montenegrins have occupied Serajivo, after Austria's over whelmning defeat. Germany's I argo siege guns carry twelve mailes, the pr~ojectile weighing 2100 pounds. Tue Russians are Iasar Cracow, which will probably surrender. Itn the third great battle the Ruse sians will endeavour to settle Austria before uttclcking; tihe Germans pio pcrly. Two millions engaged. Melbourne, Thursday Morning. Both armies are fighting furiously aloiag the Aisne River. After a pro longed catnnosnide the Allies gsined ground. There are heavy losses in both armtties on...

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A DOCTOR'S HEROISM. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 September 1914

A DOCTOR'S HEROISM. The death in German New Guinea of Dr. Pockley, one of the Australian Medical Coaps, was the result of unsel. fish bravery. As there was no surgeon with tile naval reserves, he was ordered when they landed at Herbertsl.ohe, to proceed with the troops. When the first encounter took place he was attending a: wounded sailor. Finding that it would be necessary to send him to the rear, hoe'ca!lled up another sailor and ordered him to carry his mate to a safer position. To protect this man he took off his own red cross coat and wrapped it round him. Hie then proceeded to at. tend to other wounded. A few minutes later he sustained a fatal wound in the chest from a revolver shot. "He died like a British soldier," re marked an oilicer. "His act was one of the bravest of the engagement. He practically gave his life to save the sailor. It was an actIon typical of the man He was working away among the wounded in his shirt sleeves, without any distinguishing mark. He was struc...

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Melbourne, Wednesday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 September 1914

Melbourne,'Wcdnesday Morning. . Daspite Gerimany's strong defence on the River Aisne the Allies are gain ing slowly. The German wings have been driven back eight miles. A dread till storm is raging. After ten days' battle the position is more favourable for the Allies. The French rushed the guns iand capturLcl ninc. The Japanese sank a German cruiser Forty thousand A.ustrians are to hold irussels, the Germans going to France. Thousands of special troops are guarding the Kaiser at Luxemburg. Aeroplanes are ready .to meet air at tacks " Tlih Britishl Admiralty declaros thlti if the Germian floet refuses to come out and light they will be dug out. The German cruiser Emden sank the British steamer Clan Matheson and captured. tiho crev, who were trans fcrrced from the Emben to ia British" -;tenamer-and-landed at Culcufttu. * A British cruiser has gone in pursuit of the Emben. Germany has taught theli world a lIcson with large 11-inch siege guns. London, Tuesday. The Russian fleet in the ...

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THE CAPTURE OF NEW GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 September 1914

THE CAPTURE OF NEW GUINEA. The capture of German New Guinea end lthe djoining islands is graphic ally told by one of the participants. The story is a thrilling one, and typi les how nobly Australian soldiers and sailors upheld the best traditions of the British raea. In fact, the behavior of the troops while under fire can only ie rejerred to in terms of the highest prnise. The first casualties of tho ex' pedition occurred on llth SPptember, when a naval contingent of 50 men of the Australian Naval RI serve was landed at Herbertshoho, under the command of Commander Beresford, who had with him Lieutenant Com mander Ellwell and Lieut, Brown. The party left the war ships in the early dawn and hailed the wharf. As they approached they were informed by the Germans assembled there that no re sistance would be offered. After the men had fallen in on shore they pro. ceeded along the road through the forest towards the wireless station, four miles inland, with the intention of put ting it ou...

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Shire Council. ESTIMATES OF WORKS, 1914-15. EAST RIDING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 September 1914

Shire_ Coonoil. ESTIMATES OF WORKS, 1914-15. EAST HIDING. 18 chains of forming from made road top of Scotchman's Hill towards Oole malDP. 200 cubic yards gravel, Grassdale. Culeraine Road across Tahara Common. 4 chains gravelling between lots 30 and i40, Grassdale. 7, chains eravelling between Lots 33. 34 and 29, 32, Grassdale. 7 chains forming withl 2 culverts between Lots 52 and 53, Grassdale. 5X chains gravelling between Lots 1 and 7 (G!enorchy boundary). 35 chains gravelling in four sections between Stokes River and Usftsrton Railway line. 5 chains forming, Digby-Valley road from end of Storer's contract, wvest ward. 200 cupic yards of gravel from Grass dale Railway crossing past junction with Valley road. 400 cubic yards gravel Grassdale Tehara road from end of made road near top of Hill of gravel pits towards Tahara. New culverb at Logan's, Gipsy Valley. Providing supply of water to troughs at Branxhotme. Now culvert near Bromley's, Morveno.. 20 chains forming near Robertson's...

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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 September 1914

Tiix WA -N|o one knWows the battle iii IA 1f Europt Littar Ibhno Dr IPitche t;, the author of "*How England Saved EauroaF," itc., antI lis suiiitriiay in "Lif," for Sep'ember of die events of thie present clmitoiltus outbrvk among thei nairions is deeply interesting and instructive. Takinig the Austrian attack upon Servia as the starting point. hle rinphaslii the fo!ly if I he agrd Ausitran Ertiperon in forciiig Austria's qjarrel with Servis aind kind ling aiiong i lie grest nallotins so gigan tic a conflagiation. ''But Lehinld tho persooal causrs of tho war stand hi two dlir vast ahiiapes of a F1'inr Shiv Lengue and a Pari-Ui-rian Lraguei,' writis Dr. Fitchiitt. *'This is the real cause of the conflictlc real inexpinhble ft ud hetwixt S'ar and Teuton." laps land diagrams add to ilie interest of this i'ainmary, and i powerful cartoon by uiiall i rids fiice to it. *'Lift is devoting a portion of its spaee to a diaiy df lhe war, and aniioucrs this as tlii lirst of a number of wear iss...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 September 1914

MADE A NEW MAN OF ME. "For eomeotime I suaered wilth liver attacks and btliousnesr," says Mr. I. H. Mlathioson, Constable, Havelock, N At times I would be quite dizzy, and would hardly know how to walk down tihe streot. Brownlee & Co. advised me to try Cham berlain'a Tablets, whieh I did. Previously I had tried nearly everything and can hen estly say that Chamberlaln's Tablets were the only medicine that did me any good and theyhlrwe made a new man uf me. Sold by Thomson, Brake and Co. ~m aml's flO S Teb WELL-KNOWN W CTOR AN1 NURES TESTIFY TO GLE!E TS TOIO Letter received from Nurse Catherine Korting, 176 Davia-atreet, North Brunswick, 29/3/12. in which she claims Clements Tonic restored her daughter to health. Rend each word: CLEMIENTS TONIC LTD., "I am writing of the great good Clements Tonic did my daughter. Early in January last year, she was operated upon in hospital for appendicitis. She was eight weeks there, and came home very weak and run down. I purchased several b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 September 1914

Rheumatism. CENDIGO LADY'S RECOVERY. "Nine years ago I was a great .af forer from IRheunlatl;m, being laid II; f?ur throee woek:s," writes MTrs. Eli!za beth Ilray, ofCaroltz S t., Quarry Sfill, lies - d!go. Vie. After try ing several re rn edles witll little r Ilo it"n I~-;r~ !~·:~-~`~; Itrovermeot. .; .2 i':-,. ?U . I decided MIorse's is-" tilas l1mit din11000I~jO 'i'llu. At r ... l,to, thlat period I was bad indeed, harlng to hobble abeut, with tris ndistance of a walking stick, wrhen able to leave Iny bedl. 'ito e'ect. of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills was Inmarvellous, and mly recover. v-.4 rapid. I only use? half a bottle 'of Pills and became myself once loro-restcared to perfect health. I am a womatlln cf ullsually vigorous hiealth anl am a great behliever itn yolur relllledy. Bly thusbandl also has failth it tLhem for relief of IJackacho and Klidney Trouble." Dr. MIorse's Indian Root Pills provedc .ffective becauseo they drovo the Uric Avidl ott of the system, purified the b;l...

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PATRIOTIC FUND [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 September 1914

PAT.RIOTI FUND The Mayor (Or. J. L. Wyatt) desires to acknowledge the following dona. lons: 'reviously acknowledged £64 6 6 W. HaIrb . . ... 6 0 0 J. S. Cairns ... 1 1 0 - M. Jensen ... ... 0 10 0 J. H. Row.. ... 0 10 6 J. Brown ... ... 0 10 6 Mrs Brewster ... 0 10 0 Geo. Day ... ... 2 10 0 E'x-Srgt Ferguson ... 1 1" 0: . P. P. MCbe ... 1 1 0 J. R. Hfdditch ...- 1 0 0 Inspector D Ross ... I 1 0 T. F. Cruse ... 2 2 0 Per "'Observer" ... 8 12 0 Alf. Fredericks, sen. ... 1.. 0 6 Masonic LodgeNo. 6 .. 10 0 0 Miss S. Day ... 0 5 0 Coillection at Patriotic Meeting ... ... 9 14 7 J. L. E, Bourbaud ... 1 1 .0 F. Dimond... ... 2 .2 0 _Mrs F. Dimond ... 0 10 6 J. Wiltshire and family 5. 5 0 Miss M. Barcham ... 0.10 0 D. . Brown ... 0 10 6 Mi-s A. Wadmoro .;. 1. 1 0 Miss LindsayOlarke... 0 10 6 Mrs Mary Jackman ... 1 0 0 Mrs R. Burnett ... 1 1 0 Mrs M. Tullob ... 0 5 0 Mrs NA. M-Donald... 0 10 6 Mrs E, M. Hislop , ... 011 6 .Mrs.G. Shaw. . ..,.. ,;10 0 Mr., Mrs and MissDil Ion ... ... 3 3 0 Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 September 1914

RUNNICG'S Fatol,us Seeds.l--Farm; crs, buy youtl Mai:old Seed, Field Carrots. lal'rdeit seed Iand LaIwn Grasses at 1W. ,. G. Smithb'., grocer, P'ercy street, I'ortlind. 'RAY) fromn Capt. Nelson, RIed COW, Slittle white oil lailkl large slit on car -,randlld .IT (conjoiled) oct of side runlp. IRewurld in l.livery to hl'rs. .J.C. Trickey, Ihurd sttet, P,,rtlhtid. . Portland Hospital., IE SND'RS will Ibe received tilTIUES . DA1)Y, 22nd inst.. for 21i tons 2ft. dry Firewood. Apply J. T. l''IIIOUSE, Secretaly. Belgian Widows' and Orphans' Fund. S!.\OCIAL and Dance int Drill hall on MON I DAY, Sleptelllttr 'S. (lblttlernetn '210. .ndiea:uly atrticle of wcarirlg aplparel. Australian Women's National League ftj1 IE usual nilettll Iteeting will be l helI in thle (f)lddfllow' lall oil '_ltnrsday, 2,lth inst.. iL 8 lilt. Mrl.11. .I. Al. Cilpblcll, .AIL.A., will a.ddress tineittret'. A, L)LMIOND. iln'. See. 1'LEST we FounovT." HOUSEHOLD TER (In conilection with thie Hlospital Ciu'nival) S""WILI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 September 1914

W. HEMERS - S,. COOGHBUILDER, Gei oral .BI?l:,Imxtth,Wheelwright & Hor8ezhore., .- . PEROY STREET, POELTLAND. -t h " oto t ' n ai mrouo p?rono for tleir liberal su port In th, r yy s tn oni~iv t'o1n \.1t sii~ii , si~iilv ti ~t it will liia o~tiot elmi Sh"lr .conodon~ehby dh. uniformly good work, Ne' and Sajnd-he.4l Bagglos always on Hand.] .unsmithing, Done, and all .kinds of Agricultural Implements Repalred: Careful attention given to the tyreing of wheele. Eotlmatoes given for all repairs, if required. S.:so-Shooing Strictly Attond~od t. I'nggio of all laioJ:ipbions Rapsirad, 'aintel and renewved. lough Repaired Made Lightest draught. o S?Lmple od Utronot They Cannot go Wrong. Stroltc.ty h a great theng If e sewing msarhloe,-rupe faltl y wheon you lie ino the counutry nd have $uits ' Slr Ityourself. WARD BROS. oachines have fewer parts than oily other-nothfifg to get out of order. Pourschelper thuan othfers We pay freight to your sttlo?t uuarantee every lanchin e--nd leti ...

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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. CASHMORE SCHOOL. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 September 1914

CORRESPONDENCUE It ii to be disiulcttly unaderstood thaol we ,re 1o way identij!yorselves with the opiaion expressed by ou'r c rrespovlenlts. CASHIMIORE SCIIHOOL. (To the Editor) Sir,-I beg to gratefully acknowledge recllt of tile following donations towards School Building Fund at Cashmnere. The school is now permanently established and about 30 children attending. ][. J. Mi. Campbell, M.L.A. £2/2; A. S. Rodgers, MI.H.RI. £2/2; Osbourne UBras. £1/1; J.-Morton £1/1; J. L. Wyantt 10/0; - Naismit~li 10/; J. R. Kean 10/; WV. P. Anderson 5/; Goldsmith and Davis 5/; Il. Cleghorn 5/; S. Kitson 5/; R. Os hourne 5/; J. Vanc 5/; - Williamson 5/; R. McLean 5/; R. Cleghorn 2/6; E. Taylor 2/0; WV. Vivian 2/6; W. Fox 2/0; IMrs. Rimmington 2/t; A E. Pitts 2/. On behlalf of the Cashmere Progress Association, JAMIES P. SAGE, Hon. Sec.

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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 September 1914

l]riiISNDLY SocI lrII;S GCrOUND.--A iieeting of thle trustees of tile Friendly Societies Reservo was held yesterday, when theL':e wcre present, Mtessrs. J. if. Row, C. Trickey, II. Goldsmith, and T'. T. Smith.' lThe balance sheet showed La credit of £70. Mr. Charles Farr ofibrecd £9/4 (vhichl includes half rates) per year for two years for the sports ground, 'ihlichl was accepted. The trustees donated ,£5/5l each to the Bel giuan Relief and Patriotie Funds MIr. Charles :Trickey, helo has held the position of secr-tary for many years, resigneld, and Mr. T. T. Smith was ,p. pointed in his place. Fair Hlehel, from her urn of gold, Poured purple winu to Jupiter; But hle, oisessed by cough andecold, Iesechcld some buttlir alrmof ier..--. T'.hei swift speld llersies o'er thle seas, To happy Austral's fountain pure, To charge a chalice to thel brim,i With the Woods' Gr'eat PJi)eppermint Cure. - PvratorTic FuD.-WV e hiave r;eceived thi following further donationis to the ilMayoi's Patriotic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 September 1914

t'otli lititlyl~·j for irtip.'' too.h M\r. ·lot. ion~l'r·io iIi · Jr tliti Ji it v Jo, ito Jr ii Jo iiint ,'~lllcll io Joet 11o itlvl~l [:II. Ii' aluorresil~o tt~ s,-·~' I; 1 o - ca~ ~ t, hlit follut~iiig fittJItt1II dItolie~tiOIi ~lli a.f J],m tintl ot~ I~v] Utits Sorue·Jy. 9·1EBO3U1(N1IE PrRICES. )ssil (g se.,ii. "ll uc xthr1 0 lo S 1 cu iis "i limll dia(ricct &arrro is harveprocarod ~TU1E BES'l' MACIUNI? IN Thl? esro nowr prupriro? to omnpeto with~ I ii orwretpa~litan pridle on his ioun tories '.)BSEW~VER OFTICE: --~--WE1GF ~rrll- ·· . ~10 L ·:.oit PToc HJI~O S~"-r WA5oX Zo2r r~. a~: CyP.s atn XE R Tii $~r Teiidno tIn t) p Lil 7ea tlicd or wror!bsn for a hare oxlanetor W0 cn tnz::rs: your theuhoig flf u O ur pordrn:enacOrL 1e foc buSy 1,;\, vh tharorufl £ihoea,,a an <R 0 4c300hw u Ic P t1r~~ainirroa fion iR sla cdble Wo I r ca r proL uj p j r j bv'- ie boric yoca gi litme. Icistoofe no Clursole. ___ 'b .t4 tf b "Bulldog" and "Imperial" brands of Binder Twines -...

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PATRIOTIC FUND [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 September 1914

PATRIOTIC FUND Tile Malnyor (Or. J. L VWyatt) rdesirts to acknow!cdge thie fol!owingi dons. 'revio 'y -ckr.owlejged £61 G WV. .L r ... ... 6 0 0 J. S. ('Uirns .. 1 1 0 n1. Jewen ... ... 010 0 •: . 11 ItR·, ... . i. 9O 10 0' 1. rlnwn ... 0 I... 1) 6 ' irse'llda ter ... 10 .0 (G. Day 0.. . . 02 O S-' gt, leiguson 1.. 1 0 • 1 P 1. A 'CC~s .. :" "i] :'1 .0 J . J. II. 11 dditch .. - 0 ' inspecti.rD Iliss 1 .;0..1.:.. ', ": T F. O us . 2 0 1'r 'Observei .. 81. Auf 1re kricks ce .. f 0 6 Aniedict i',dg No 6 . ) 0 0 31zdS.9]) 05 0 " (: :- i.,;, a P,,ti,, .;i" i :. i i :. l" .: -i'.,? i E irb s, d f,: ..- ".: . 0 1 8 Ilinu d 2 20 0 Areli Linlbby Cio k 0 10 4' J: I, i I':: ?li, ( e 0i, ;ii :i ii ? i:?. 0 - lisi 'i -ll. T iu n 0 5 0-0 1) Czh :1).rOi0 0 6 `;:`,t, i:: :.: 'lii~ z?:.''7?. ,;.:?:.? ".'J:::],i~c: ':?!. :Z.-iY-~?u~ Dii .1 nd.iiioco~ 1) 1: ,2 0<27)O,' ,,., '. r lecknu in 1-- . 0 .0 :! 1,s 11.i in I lrnti . O 1 0 IilrI Al huub 0 5 0 hlE.011 1id~d ch . A.A . 0 10 6 Slii. ,f ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 September 1914

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Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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