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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 September 1914

PORTLAND .TELEPBOIQE BUREAU. r " he olloiung lia ot toelaphone'stuti a n d c h a ge g : -. amu E' Fi. Smins. Additienni Of'josn Couvcrnation. 3nins. ,'*rurnxhiohnic (td 6d ' lyaduk le 9d U ,ope Fe.!.on 2d 2d SCavendish Is 91 .*Calterton' viai S I.r5lluxholmn c l Id . aslecrton via , I?iHmilton 1 i1d la C'oloraino Ia 4d I , .:.Cohdhll i"d 5d C"(9:basle1 9d Du' nlingtosn 1., 94 Digbyy, ? I 9 " lBranslolmo Is 9 d Dunnkold ' • d Glcnthllcmp.son Is 4d lI ] llawkesdc le hs$ 9d I. Hamilton 1a Od IlHeywood 2d 2d Keintbruck 1d 5d Kirkstall Is 9d 91 g : KoroiL la gd Lakelio Dola Is 10d 1 2d " lacarthur Is [d Is 7lMerino, via biranxhoalo Is 9d 'Mlujino, vian Ilamhilton . 'la Is "]o; "-.Mount Ganbier Is 9d bloyne Alhoi" 1; a Od Ilyaimn s id6; 5. Narrawong 2d 2l Nhlsaun 1d iId P2unlurst la . .d ,9 Port Fairy :d: 6d : Port McDonns la5d I.:1 l ipponhulrst la - :d Tyrz.ndarra S? - d Vinmbuk 1Od " Wallacedal d .d 'Warrnambool I , 9 V .ickliff l s.ld s? l'ooltulorpe . !i " Feeo lo maecsenger call, an...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST NEWS. Melbourne, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 September 1914

LATEST NEWS. S Melbourne, Sunday. The lellbourne show was a failure coumpared with past years both in at tcndance and financially. Thlrty thousand attendcd the final football match. The scores were- Carlton 6.9, South Melbourne 4.15.

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PORTLAND BREAKWATER [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 September 1914

PORTLAND BREAKWATER The following letter appeared in tihe "Horsham TiniP," of Tuesday last, over the signature of Mr. J. Ensor; Portland:- Sir,--I read with considerable in. terestr-L--as I trust many otersdid Mr. F. b. Clark's letter in your issue of the 11thint, re;)specting the very serious mistake which the country is about to be committed to, in the con struction of the Por?landbreakwater in the wrong p!iac, s-iz, too close into tihe western shor;- iyhich will render the harbor useless as a port for the accom mnodition of. aigo liners which sill visit the Commonwealth ports. Iddo not wonder at Mr. MacLean wiping his hands clean of the matter and re questing to be relieved of his duties early, All.producers for wlhich Port land is the most advantageotis port for shipment of their produce must be. stir lhemsalves in this matter quickly, or they will be depr:vedof their rights for inny years to come, for they must not in tile least depend upon little Portlinders, wsho nver discuss...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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THE WAR. SUNDAY Night. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 September 1914

'THE WAR. [eluter's Cablegrams.] SUNDAY Night. The Asitic dcholera has broken out amongst thee Austrian wounded in Galieia'. ,Tilhe Russians ato still advancing against tilhe 'Goerimans, repulsing~ them badly. The Gemrnrins lost both posi. tions. The Austrians comitinue their ,etreat from Khyrow. 'Tho leading Italian prapors and the whlile of the .Consrvtivtse party in Italy adlvocato wiLr against Austrihi and Germany. Tlhe Belgians ihe stendily' gaininme grouad, and is inllictilng losses on the (ermanhlandst.ri um tloops to lthe south of AntwLrp. Many (1 ermiaiL prisoners wero captured. Thie Germans have resiumed tile hoi bardmndnt of the Rheimls catlhedral with lalrge sieg. guns t- ; a distance of eighLt mies.u ° The Allies' lhft yielded someground, hut, being reinforced, went vigoroiisly on thle ollbnsiv'o againust the Germans. Grla fighltilgis talkig, placo along the Iaeiglts near the Meise rui\er. T'hd Cermans pIocttritcd St. Mlieh iel,.buat failed to reoss the river.?' Thee Ge...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STRANGER THAN FICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 September 1914

STRANGER THAN FICTIOH. (Bly PeTnS.) Now thalt the Federal elections are fairly over and a free and independent Australia has spoken through the ballot box, it is incumbent on a demo. cratic people to see that the verdict is carried into effect. The elections were not held mere'y to decide who should occupy thie high salaried positions in Parliament and Government. There was a mandate from tihe peopie .as to what those favored gentlemen were to do in the way of legqislation-incident. ally to: carry out the Llbor parly's programmen of course, but prin:arily to give absolute preference to unionists in all government emrp!oyment, and to assist in getting it, elsewhere. This was the test qulestion before the House, and on this they went to the country. Thi;s is Ilie logical outcomue of the ap peal to the people, if there is any logi3 in it at all, and the non unionist has bit the dust, anid he will gett miore dusty when the unionist wipes hIis feet, on him. The dogs will lick his sores, ...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GERMAN NEW GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 September 1914

GEIRMAN NEW GUINEA. Rear Admiral Sir George Patey re ports-- The Australian troops unluer my coInsnial occapie Kiser W'ilhje LldkI (Gennui Newv Guinea) on 24th inst witholt opposition. 'lie liritish flag was hoistel, andl a proclamation of occupation was issued. Thie pzincip~d oflicial were absent. Four ollicials and thirteen other Germains who "'rc presenlt surrenlderecd anrd a~ll .ubscr~ibcd to the oathr of nonu 'Tie ollirials will lie temporarily en gagod to assist - in the administration.

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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HAMILTON STOCK MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 September 1914

HAMILTON STOCK 'MARKET, Fat sheep.-We report a yarding of 466 owes and sothere, a fair proportion bc-iog shorn, and including about 1.10 spring and summer lambs. The ustila attendance of the local trade were pre sent, and all good sheep mnt with fair comopetition, prices being rather Grlmer at the close, but medium sorts were had to quit at late rates, however, everything yarded was c'eared as follows.-Quotations-Yhorn comeback wvethlerp, 1.1/; shorn crossbred wethers, prime 16/6 to 17/9, smaller, 11/7 tb' 14/5; crossbred wothers, in the wool, primi, 21/6; do, mediuan, 12/1 to 13/6; cross ewes, good, 14/1 to 16/9; 00(d ewes and wnthers, 13/6; nerino wet hers, good, 15/ to 16/, medium, 10/6 fo 10/11; do., ewes, 11/5 to 1"/2; ci'd lambs, 13/3 to 11/: spring lanha, good, 12/ to 12/9; smaller, 10/b to 11/T; with medium, 7/ to 7/8. Store sheep.--Abost 1400 caie to hand. They were mostly shorn, '-tooth owes snol wethera. Conipeti ion wat limited under thIm. himmer and they hardly renliscd...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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ALLESTREE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 September 1914

ALLESTREE. (From a correspondonbt) Your :type has been of late so often so mielicemployed in carrying out Vir gil's "Arms Virumque Cane" that I have refrained from introducing any thing of a Icoal nature. Howoser, the wild rush for war news is slightly on the wane, and.until the Germans reach and sack Psris--"COrerat Iudacus Ap pella"--some of your readers may like to hear some neighbor ing country ne'vs. For some weeks past this district -to say nothing of the northern areas -lhas been threatened with uone of tle most severo droughts experienced for many years. Our fears have been some what allayed by the late cold snap and accompanying light showers, but even meow the Walook and Woods' swamps are now at the ordinary midsummer level, and in fact going down. Should we, this nmontlh,as is generally tle case in spring,. Lu accorded some heavy thunderstorms, the ground is so parched and dry, the subsoil not having yet been wetted, that very little will reach the swamps, which will natu...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 September 1914

IMPORTANT TO LADIES. ¶,adies will be pleased to learn that the 'Natura' Health Co , of Mel bourne, are ecaidiog their highly quualined lady representative to Portlard via a short visit. The visit is being eagorly looked forward to, and takes placeon Tuesday, October 20, whe n the Compsny's repre sentative may be seen at Mac a Hotel fown 10 to 7.30. Ladies whose health is causing thena anxietyare strongly advised to consult her and loarn h3w good health may be restored to them by mnens of the wonderful "NaturA' Hsom Treatmtent that has cured so matany thouuaade of women and girls. No charge whatever is made for consultation or advice. A ful range of all medicines is carried. Meani. while setad 2d. lostage for free Heathla Guide for wabman to Departmitetit CL1, Natura Health Co., 41 Elicabeth street, Melbourne. Onaly Victorian address. MY MOTHEIC USEI IT ")Wleia owily foursmnaatlis oilil our little bhaly Frailk was att acked wii Ih i tterritila croatpy cold." saya Mae. U. J. Smsitl, M...

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ILLEGAL POSSESSION OF MEAT. FOUR BROTHERS CONVICTED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 September 1914

ILLEGAL POSSESSION OF MEAT' FOUR BROTHERS CONVICTED. At thie Heywood Court of Petty See sions on Thursday, before Messrs S. Righetti and S. Reid, Js.P., four you:tg menr, named Archiba'd, Francis, (o-0 bert and Lamuel Millard were charged under section 44 of the Police Offences ' Act with having been found in posses sion of the carcase of a sheep alleged to have been stolen. Mr. S. I. Silberberg ' defended the accused, and Inspector Deckman prosecuted. Inspector B3eckman outlined the case for tile prosecution, in which lhe stated shdej' were found missing from Ellens gowan estate and other places. In consequence of these complaints Con stab's O'Donnell wars instructed to usake inquiries, with thle result that on Thursday night, in company with Con stable Grahltam they reached the place occupied by the accused at Ettrick and found half the carcase of a sheep hang ing up in the house,.and also ports of another in a pot getting cooked. Cecil .T. Learmnon'h, of Ellangowani, deposed that...

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

'ILERK.-Wanted a clerk for the 'or It lan(l Freezing Works; must le goiid at lgurnes andablel to use typewriter. Ap. ill by letter to the Manager"-._ __ WIOR SALE-Whito Leghlorn Eggs fritm I' prize fowls. 5/ a di.en. Inspection invited. Apply W. II. Jons, Portlind. '"~TANTED - A General, at once. i Apply, Mrs. Williamson, "The IPungalow." - ANT'ED TO BUY--I)Double seated Buggy. Second thand. Client waiting F. Marshall and ('o. lRNN ING'CS Fioiuos Seeds.--Flarm t ra, hny your 3langold Seed. Field Ttrrot, tarden sced autld Lawn Grasses. at W. V. G(. Smith's, grocer, Preyystreet, F'ortlandl. TSirTtAAYED from C'tple Nelsonl, lIed COW, A little white on flanlllk, large slit on eal branded l7T (conijoined) o otff lide rntllIp. itewant ,n dilivery to Mrs. .. C. Triekey, Iutuniultreet, Portlalnd. T. E. C. Henry INVI''lES tenders fir extending roollm. S tcL., for Miss Crnike, Ilurld street aswah: returnable on Miniday, 5t, p,'x., sd~noiin. S'jecifiications, etc.. at 'l'iTwn l hl. Hospital Ca...

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

W. HEMERS. CORCHBUILDER, Genieral B3la 8Ismth,Wheelwright & Horse ~hoer PEUCY STREET, POI;TL AND.. ._ H , h ?s ~. ',jion his ninrols patrono s for thoi?lli'~eal so port In l?t?*'. VY ·,·, t,ifv:t"b? n a 1 es, -tith . ,I llu ib ib wit ?i .s Cant aler t ltIr c'las e by 'do. " uniformly good work. ,wi'etv Sdownl-lihrd BaggiLs alwayo on Hlad.l1 ,unamithing Done, and oall kinds of Agricultural Implementa Repalrod careful attention given to the tyreing of wheele. Eethiates given for all repairs, if required. Eovro-Shooing Strictly Attondod 9f.. Ptggie of all eriaiptionus Rpi'drd, 'iaiata l anod rcnewed. luegh lepaircd Made Lightest draught. Go Simple sind Gtrong, Tuhe Cannot go Wron?. snsscity irs ad great thinalog-post 'ahesng of all makes repalry he, you litetn ihe coanti7 and have t. tz i plourocif. WA'Rfl DOS. lInchioca hare fewer parka ihoo ott y orher--noihing to get oak of ncdttr. Poao'ia cheaper than olier, Ito pay freight to yalt oin~ton-. gaaraolteoc rcyrnanchtoe.-~nd io...

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

IN M1EMORIAM. IIAlE.--In fond aindloilng tmemorlly ,of our r tlaln ,ilotlher, who |mss.Led pleCef u11tyl, i (wiy on tie 28th S?ptecmlr, lolI. 1Ill reltd ly lhr lovilngl fnlily.] DIED. PAPLlEY.--On Seplunltmbr 2°5, 1914, at 1lir8 8oi'8 IOSid'Lice, PerC'y tI'CUt, 1'Pot l8(nd1, J.1 ,ni(0. l'Paplay, ,1enior, lt0e of Nar rawong; l ged 88 years. ODt Y SJstr8t MONI)AY, SIPT, 208, 191.1

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

O(rlTrAua'.--?Ve regret, to recordl the deaLth ofMr. Jis.Papley, sent, of Narra wong, who ,licrl at his son's residence, lcrey street, Portland, on Frid ,y hl t, at the ripe age of 88 years. Tie was a very old colonhist, hIe having arrived in Australia in the year 1852 in thie ship Tycondleraga froni Orkney Island, Scot lind. lIe antl his wife took the position of imaster and maLtronr of the first Fort Fairyv-ospital, which they held for a lllllhierI of Iyears. ieO aftu'vwar'ds toak to farming in the Narrawong district, where lie lived for I" years. IHis reu. maiins were inlerred at thie Narrawoonig cemetery yCester?l'dv, the flinrel being largely attndled. l )eceased leaves three sons, a numberm of grandchildren and - great graandehlhlreu. A V?einv o'd identity of the (onsdab district, Mar. John M'Veen, passed away last week at the ripe age of 84 years' For nany years hewas employed by the late MIr. Stephen Dudden, of Mya. myn. SociAl AND DIANc-.-A social and 2 dlance under the aus...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 October 1914

NHW CSTAC RATESP The new postal rater, itcleding the penny postage oin letter, como in force on May lht. The reduced ,rates are no follow: TBIEROUGHOUT CONll ON WE~ALTB AND PA PU'PA. Letter Id pet c cz. Letto arde,slngle ,ld .eac Do. reply ,ld.oeach hIlf. Poetcard,oitgli hld, ench Do. rrply, ld. each half. Printed papers OJd .per 2 oz. Books, pulllntir-- ul ide Abtllalia, O0 per 8;oz;. n Australia 0td .per 8 ez. lanzalln res-Priitid ill Australia, Old. por 8 oz.; printed outside Anustralia, Old. per 4 oz. "Ilanoard," Od. per 12 r2. Oommnercil papers patterns, samnple. and mercatl:dlse, ld. per 2 oz. OVEIISEA DONI, IOlONS Letters from the Cremnln wealth to tho United Kieg8czn, overren dornieione, Britih colonies and prolectoraten except tho New Ilebridew, Id. per j t'. NEW ZEALAND ABND TBE ISLADS. The ra:es td' New Zealand, Figi and Britishlr Soluior; I?hlthds are: Let Id doz. Po ' ards . ngle ld. D rep 'Idea Le or rgl. d. Do reply,ld.each ha Magazitres Id. 8 oz., addlitional 4 o Cid...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 October 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. T' I olluling is a listof tolephones:otati aud clmargeb: haoam Fi. 3mine. Additional of1'own m Coovorsation, &mini. kl?ranxholmo 18i Cd iyaduk le 9d Uapc Fe!on 2d 2d Cavendish 1 9a U'asterton via lBranoxholmneo 1. Uaaterton via Hamilton la 4d la Colcraino le 4d la Condah Gd 5d Crosdlc- Ca 9d Dennlington IJ 91 Digbly, via lratuxohnlo Ca Ed Dlunkold la 9d Glentilomlson . C 4d la Ilawkosde lo Cal Cd Hamniiton Ia Od fHeywood 2d 2d -Kentbruck c.d " d Kirkotall la Cd Koroit l gId Lake Bola to y0d I 2d Mlacarthur lo id IC -3Merino, vis . bRtanxlholn' Is C d loMdiuo, via -Hamiilton la 4d Ca -M1nnti Gambier la 9d Mloytne Falli ]oi 9d CJyamn3n Gd C5 Natrawong 2d 2d . Noulon ' d 6d Pensolutt la d - Port Fairy 8d 6d Port McDonn Is 4d d : la Ripponhurst * os Cd Tyrendarra 3d Ed Yamlbuk 6d 5d *Wallacedal 8d 6 W .arrnambool la Wickliff la 10d 1s 2 Woolbtlhorne d Fee for measenger onll, any person diad iwhllin one mile-3d. Noto.-l1ranxholer- closeo from p.m. to 4 ...

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 October 1914

... Sk'¢itD '10 DA?IL.: --. ,ota ..eg~tl MIl1E.o r the rladrmentioned oi Jkes o;o0 e at tortlaud ae 0ollow:-- . arzti t aad Adelaidei .50 am 7.60 an ni LU.1 t, it 00a. larLat ... ... 7.60 am ,716am . |'ram ? 7.n o .i ia, rc ...*. pm pm I i'ax.li.imU.. am , Am ,.LU, m 7. , n l;. i ' . adtritun ... - a?Oam 7.U0a m Ua a 7.t, b n.i .1 ? ~rulholr . .. O .6 am 7.50 am1 II.I0 a lP.T re a ,7.(( r, ·-. Uap ridewater ri am.0 am ( n 1norh olieA / J Y'. . ' V" a- n I.7fatl' 6'trtla~tJ) j 66 n i 61 lrnrDgon Jm 9 i z I .y )7,,. O e ' ' • ".. .-" a 8 ( n. 'l" C,atler . .j.* . 75 a .60 am .50 a. I 7,50n o, ,..t ) , ,. C ya.lo ... . .50.am 7.5Oam X60amlu.tam 7.,? "a Drt?toor ... . .50 am 47. an Urik Urigk 7.0 " am t i n " Eaglish SlMl,,V tLAre . Lyous1 *** * 1,5an Of t m .,1 smlborn ... 1..; 60 amr~ 7.50 a na 17.50, nm 7.50 anB~ 7.0 rCImrn i S?,ro ~ . ... t ?,?...:.50am ..00.m. .60" a .0m . ilalton ... . am 7.S0 am 7.60 am" 7- 0an. " t, '."' M,{u:tGamy ier . . 76?0 am .Oam 1.6506 m 1.[0am| 7O. m Sb ...

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War Correspondents as Spies. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 October 1914

War Uorresponuents as *- Spies. The war correospond"ent has I.'llt, an evil days and a the "Nllelttelh Century"' \\illiam Maxaell gives ti ?'eader an inside view of the com?s.. whilh ihavo led to this delreci:itii,on. WIho writer's personal exSIr:r:i(Idw eCu. &blo him to elIek with Iauot na'i ty. aIld to first notes that, "tile c?lctg'rupti ltO made the corretsponudeut a ueC'ie Ito tearmy which he may lhave cc.:y dtu ;siro to serve." In practice ha says it waolks out in tbis way: 7iho purpose of an armny beoag Ii Shfeat. the encmy, rnot to Iprovide, ia. teresting cpy" for nlcs.papelt, lilt .mmaer ilo la h eld niiesl * it Ir,. business to pullt obstacles betwceln Ito :urrespoluldelnt all:d tih telegraph iii ,, :te miay dischlarge Ihis duty to Ihis cowu sry ruthlessly or delicately, but I, rosult ias alway: tile su:le(. l:ir lrI :ot ilO tile cal.llp, slsl suool:tl" or l;ll some dlisalfectod es}rre.psultlrlleilt "bi atil? away" after a bttlE a msiking at peed to the ileareit te...

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STRANGER THAN FICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 October 1914

STRANCER THAM FICTION. (BY PETER,) A scrap of paper has been picked op oDn the road and handed to Peter. It is not tha, which guarantees the in tegrity of Belgium, but defends the bonoer of the L.C.B. wowser caucus, no less. It shows "'no bad feeling" as usual. It was evidently meant for publication, and the world is waiting for it. If it is nob tuthentic or fully in order we must await a correction in the caucus's own good time:;--Mr. Editor,-Honored and revered sir, We, the .Lower Cape Bridgewater wvowsers in caucus assembled, re'pect fully request that you will grant us space in your invaluable paper to make a denial, a rebutal and a complete re futal of some stuff by Peter in a recent issue of the ."Observer." If Mr. Rod gers did address the electors here (a fact which we do not admit), Peter caunot deny that be addressed us by our christian names as Trotter, Steve and Forward, and that he did not ad dress him as Peter. So there. If he says hlie did he falhifieth, and the truth ...

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Borough Council Wednesday, Sept. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 October 1914

Borough Council Wednesday, Sept. 30. Present-The Mayor (Cr. Wyatt). and Crs. Williamson, Allen, Smith, Marshall, Conch, Davis. CbOlIrESPONDIeNCE. From Municipal Association, giving legal opinion as to liability of councils with respect to employes under the Workers'; Compensation Act. Pcr manent roadsmen and casual helpers who enter into or work under a con tract of service with the Council will come within the operation of the Act, which comes into force on October 1. The townl clerk said that all the Coun. cil's employes were at present insured under the Employers' Liability Act. It was decided to get further informa. concerning the new act ind quotations of terms from various.companiesm . .. From suame, dnclosing copies of busi ness-paper ' for annual session on Oct. 21 and 22 -Maiyor to attend. Frdm Wii . H. Dillon, ion. secty: Free Library, applyi ng for usuidl donation. -£5/5',granted. . Fron .ired Einmnett; reienwingt his claimn on' Contractor W.' Baker.- Re-. .roui 'Comnmo w...

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