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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 October 1914

JOE PRINTLNG AT IELBOUI LNE ' PRICES. I v. (?i tao,t iil I ot ha Id a Ii ood i *) illt i ( It(1 tiu. ih diatrict . urn, w lhavoprorurod .TBE BESI MOIACHINF iN? TIIF MARKET are now preptred to ompoto with th, imotropolitan printo on hi aown turo:s GOLDSMITiH & DAVIS ' lBSEIRVER OFFICE .A.U.E WW iOEA L Cut Paper Pattern,. Perfect Fit ona r o ra op,, ? VC - , ,. u - "* ~~ut.".'L?- f,X ;.. -. r2b tired o worntg Hfor a.Lr Etir r EnCla? We cT . Ie€Rozo your IS rng powerr Our T eorr s ?denc. noomarI bure i ,UL-3 Ir buey Ivok, lo, t.oo- a distolnrs, are url~ ot ro s cor e Lhar buol. cedent to arozen J Write to-day for a fre copy. of our pros:jrolr tic Touch yuoal floaie. S Distance s?h Obiacle. .t1t. C "Bulldog" and "Imperial" brands of Binder Twines carry wi/h them the advantages to their users ofa iirm guarantee as to both lerigth and quality. The guarantee we give to users is as follows:- -'\ ' Qualit--Made strictly of "Good Fair Average" New Zealand Ilemp. . Len gth--IVill avera...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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HAMILTON STOCK MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 October 1914

HAMILTON STOCK MARKET 'at ?he rcp..-Wu rrport a yurdin- of 40;6 r es ::zd a elheror, a fair proporti jol bLiig st.oro, aud iicluding about 1,0 apriog aud srummer hlimbs. The usual -:Itel.dal.ce of thu IOcal trade wter pro c-jtl. ;tr l all good sheep in t with fair coae ii iir., prits he|i1g rather lirmrr at t.e clo,, uIt llldiurtll sorts wrre had to quit at Inti .rates, however, CV,'er)i, g yardI d wads cleared as Nullowi.- Quotatitrns--."lthrn comleback. wether., 11/; -Itro cLo.?r?blrd wethe rs, prime 10/6 to 17/9. cnltler, 1.1/7 ,o 14/5; cros-lted wethtrt , in Ithe wool, ? rkm , 21/0; do, medium, 12/1 to 13/; cnru-s ci ir., goc;d, 1,1/5 tu 1 /b; at d ,ew_ n? d w,.thera,I 13/S; mesoioo wet hers,. gott, 15/ to 1l/; itloiut, 10/0 to 10/1]; do., wee, I 1/5 to 12/2; old Jmnbs, 13/3 to 1.1/: spring Inhats, got l, .to 12J19'; romhl: r, id/(t to l/I1; aith vutdiumi, 7/ to 7/8. Storet sheep.-- Abor.t 1450 CmIe to hband. 'ihey wile IIlJostly shllrllt, 2-tuOth *,we5 nirld wllthlert. Cotl:pet...

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THE WAR. Melbourne, Wednesday night. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 October 1914

. THEi WAR. [Ilouter's Cableg raims.] - Melbourne,. W\ ednesday night. The Gern\an cruiser Emden durin'g the week is. the :Indiai Ocean sank the British steit)iers :Pumelric, Kirig .land, Rubiit:ruand G oyle, and edcaptured the collidi. Bairest. All the 6rews were lunded at Colombii.' ' : STlheBritish forces and. Frenchli army is in imiediate, toucll with the Ger rians, and a great battle -is approach ing. Heavy fighting is Irported, bait the Aliies are holding thle enoemy. The Allies' left in advaneming is con. sidered anotlher supreme effort. Later. The Exchange has just. received a cable to tim ellfect tha't the Germani right wing has beeni brolken,,ind "the cavalry is iii hot pursuit Theu news awaits contirnatiolln. ThIe Russian ulLvanLce is unchiecked. The Austrians are bewildered. The debacle is complete. Since the Ieinhlerg ba.tt': the Atus trianus have lost in killed 60 ,000 and 150,000 w6ofri'ed.I ' " I A violent qluarriel hias' occbdunid be twieen the K](aiser atid thle Or...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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THE WAR. Melbourne, Monday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 October 1914

THE WAR. l[Reuter's Cablegrams . Melbourne, Monday Morning. Germany has attached 25 per cent of all b?ink halances. The French pursued a German .n.te who would not surrender, ren all werle shot. Tile bravo flag arers body hlad twelve bullets. Tihe Allied fleets are bombarding Island townsin tho Adriatic. umnjitsinjhi, the famous cricketer, offers to maintain 1000 men at the front, withl 200 horses and 1.5 motors. Other foreign potentates are offering ar-"t gifts. The F'einch killed 7000 Germans outsidle tile Troyon forts. Five French nurses were killed while attending to German wounded. Italy's invasion of Austria is hourly expected. A Gernman general orders the swolrd for future prisoners of war. Thle French have capturedl several small companies of Gesmans, sonme of whoms had heen recduecdo suclh .straits thalt they subsisted on grass for several days' A long otlicial repolt has been pib lished of thie North Sea disaster. The Admiralty says that only'thle ~oukir should have been s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 October 1914

W. HEMERS. CORCHBUILDER, Go"eral BlacksmSth,Wheelwright & Horse: Loin' . ., , . , .. PERCY STREET, POLTLAND. ,T , T. b thyio th is numerous patroan for theoir Iiborl so port In tho' VV b a~ll t 'itifti'1 I t~~i' islii pttill tc~tt wb wiI hia oaItnt aim· - eir codisoo. by deo. uni[otmly good work. . Now and?_Sfn-h53 B igItes always on Hand.] .,unsmithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implemcnta Repaired-, . Careful Rttention given to the tyreing of wheels. Etiumteas given for all repairs, if required. Eorso-Shoolng Strl~ tl:1y. Attond?od t.-.. Hqggie of all d1oriptions aR ?piro3,'dinsa I and renewe:l. lotgh "Brplired Tade Lightest draught. • .,. ? - So Styple and i tronl, They Cannot Cgo Wrong. S Lfer Ly reat t5hng on a sewiog machtne,-eopeeiatly when yoU in the country and have t0 fin It yourself. WARD BROS. Machines have lelwer parts t?on arty other-nothing to get out of order. Pound scheaper than others We pay frelght to your otation g 3rantee every nrachinE--nd let ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 October 1914

WEAKENED BY. DIARRI?OEA. **I llad * bad ttack of Diarrhoca- with severe paine which mado-mo :exceediagly weoki" sa y Mr. Arec)nbld Kinlg Eskdale, N.Z. "I hla been unering ill thiis ay for oight or ten days when a friend -eco.inmend edl ChnmberlaIn'a Colic and - Diarrhoea Reinecdy ihd.I.: found it gave me instant relief; In' fact- a tho end of tho firat day I noticed it wonderful improveinent in myself.' Suld by Thbmon Bn,.Bake and Co. MY MIOTlHER USEDI IT "When only four montlhs old our liLtll babhy Frank was attacked wilh a te rible croupy cold," Hays Mrs. U. J. Smith, Moot wlingec Station, Eutiowio, N.S.\. "W y mother lhaving used Clamnberlaiu'a Cough temnedy for nm when waso a child, I at oneo gave it to my baby and ho gotimnmedi ate relief. 1 have adopted it as our family Coogh Rlemedy; it has nover fai ed me once. I trust peoplo living in the back conntry as wo do, will benelit by our cxperijenceaind alwayn keep Chlamberlain's Cough Remnedy in their homesnt. Sold by Thomton, Bl...

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LANDING BRITISH TROOPS IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 October 1914

LANDING BRITISIt TROOPS IN FRANCE, The landing of the troops at Boulogne is thus described by the special corres pdident of the 'Daily Mai ":-"For two days the finest troops Englancd has ever sent across the sea have been marching through the narrow streets of Boulogne in.solid columns of khakee, thousands upon thousands of them roaring as they pass that new slogin of Englishmen, 'Are we down-hearted? -No.o-o-o' * Shall we win ' - 'Ye e-ee-s-s-s.' To-day, 15th August, they are imaclhing to camps on the bills above Boulogne. Watch them as they pass, every man in the prime of life, not a youti or strip'ing among them. Their shirts are open at the front, and as thep shout you can see the working of the muscle-j of their throats. Every movement spells fitness for the field, for iong marches by day, and longer nights in the trenches, for hard fighting and a-rough living. 'Ah,' gasped a Frenchwoman standing near as they passed, "it makes me ill of heart to see so many fine men marching to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 October 1914

St. Stoeheu's S SUNDAY, October 4. anon Carmichalc will prcnc h i;orn and evening. foly Communion at middaly. S Baptist Church 1SUNDAY NEXT. Sreacher-Pastor H. Poulter. S All Seats Free. O-LUNTEERS wanted fr Expedi tionary Force. Apply.J. L. Wyatt, ?aor. Will the person who bought the wed ding ring from A. Gustus kindly hand back same, and save further trouble. Mrs. Gustus, Henty street. LERK.--sWanted a clerk fir the Port In ind Freezing Works; mu.st be good figuries anudable to use typewirliter. A, Fby letter to the Manager. SUNNISNG'CS Fuamous Seedc.--Fnri crs, buy your Mangld Seed. Field rrots, Gardelln cecl nd LaIlwn (;rast.es W. V. G. Smith's, grocer, l'ercy otrert, ortlhmd. TR1IAYE:I) from Cape Nelon, l:edl COW, little white on Ilank, large slit on car ndid ,' (coinjinid) ,,I ail"tt sidle rumlnp. eward on ldelivery to Mrs. .J. C. T'licl;ey, ldtrlieet, Portlanl. ?ptist Sunday 8school Anniversary ,. SL DAY NEXT, OCT. 4. rea her - Irv. 11. BOtL'rEu. 'ices--Moriing II, Afternion ...

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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 October 1914

Ninoruosi' C(iiuic .- Anniversary services will be conduicted at the local Methodist Church on SundaLy net by the Rev. W. Harri s, 'chairinil of the district. The. customary tea and .pCiblic meeting will be held on TuesdaLy ?ven. N.wO FAsuiloN l--The Portlhand Store Propty. announce a sprinig show of the latest fashidns in millinery, &c., comn nIencingon Saturday next. R]HSIrDETS in couitry tows in which there is a post oflice, but no nuw1spiper, are to begiven the benefit of the war cables received by the Federal Govern. iIent from the High Commissioner. T'he Postmastcr-General (Mr. Spence) announced on Saturday that he lhad decided to issue a short saminary of the messages for posting lit the post oflices in such places. lie thonght the news would be greatly appreciated. MAURICE GRIiALD Go. -On Monday evening next, Oatober .5, Maurice Ge raid and his famous Dranatic Onumpaipy will appear in the Library Hall aid. produce a new version of Mrs Henry Woods' great work, "A New ...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 October 1914

THEY SAY That the final figures for Wannon are:-MaoKinnon, 13;902; Rodgers, 16,0790, Majority for Rodgers, 2177. At last election Mr. Rodgers had a majority of 2513. That the absurdity of the States desling individualy wvith national issues is once more.shown by the bonfusion caused by the attempt to fix prices of foodstuffs. New South Wales fixed the price of wheat at.14/2, and Victoria at 4/9, That the sooner the National Parlia msent has fall control of national ques tions the better. The Referendum will get through next time. That Kennon and S.,ns, furriers, of Melbourne, were fined £20 and costs on Monday for illregally purchasing kangaroo and oppossum skins. The police nmagistrate said he had never known such a glaring case in his forty years' experience. That Mrs. blulvens, a?eed 19, was shot dead at her home, Lismore, New South Wales, on Saturday. Her hus band is now in the hospital with a bul let wound in his head. 'That diec plowirg is all the go in Mouzie. Joe says Tom's ...

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 October 1914

Postal Anra& inLj tiA SREVbE1J 10 DAl1h. hMailluor the undermeationedoflfices close at lortlandlas follow:- [?I * $1 louat Lad ILdelaide 7.00 am 1.60 ita In o 710 an I t sa Ilarat .. '... .0 am 7.60L am'i ?" Sio'.n .1( a. lCstr.e ... .. pm L pm . t. .raa.lholme' ... 7.lo am 7.0 am .00 i a 7(0 T n? . 7.:t aosterton ... .1,60 a liLom a. am7.O6 am .lt; I tam 7. ' !. Uape Bridgewater 9 a m I n. Cape '.elson " I I m Uoc.atoo Valey .. NSorth 0P'rtlal) - 8,50 a 8.0 n Cudrington -. up m 9 pm I . . IJ lraiae ... - 7.50 am 7.b0 am 7.Tu a a. 7,0 a m i.et a . ' .. Cualdal ... -. .0m am 7.60m 7.00 a m 7,0 am I.C a n D).rtmoor . .. - 7.0 aom . 7.6( r n tLrik lrik .. 7.0 am * . 0 I n0 lEaglish Mail,We.lcea. ,; d.ysy, 7.ou a,m.: , ;Orae .. ... 8.50 am 8CIan. Us-mllton ... - . am 7.50 am 7.00 am 7.60an, 7 5thm . ilywood .. "- 1.60 am 7.50 am 7.0U a m 7,0 am il7.10 a m"u a * Keutbruckt. ... 7.50 am 7.60 0 n. tL'C Brlidgewater - 9 am " 9 , m Lyon0a . 5 7,0 a . 7.•c( m S1;lbourn .. 7 50 am 7.5a...

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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. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 October 1914

SORI RE SPON DE HOE It ts to be distinetlij understood that ee it rie ccra identify ourselves with the opin io n -? pressed by our correspondents. To the Editor. Sir,-Kindly allow 1me space to again contradict uan? application by Fred. Emmett appearing in your report of of the Borough Council in your issue of the 1st hist,' Now, sir, as this sort of busipess appearing as it does in the local neswsp;tpers; and circulating right through the district, tends to do me0 a considernble amnount of hlrm as il con tractoir, asit makes it dillicult for me to procure workmen. I trust that, in Justice to me, you will publish my denial of the claim made by Emmett to thslBorough Council. As Emmett has altogether. ,ignored my correspon den1me to. him on the, matter, 1 would point out for his benefit that if he has a claiin on mer for the above.mentioued, why does he not take his claim to a court of justice and thereby try and get redress. I will defy Emumett, or any other person, to name a 11an tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 October 1914

JOB PMINTING 1ELBOURINE PRICES. (, C 1ll,:tt tiC tt, (f(ti briogthe 1 I7i (IfJ Le(, hcft fLdirglthata ood 1i inub, si rut tin oh district t urno w hlvo procured TUHE BEST MlACIIIE IN THLE MTARKET Aro now propared to ompoto with the netropolita.printo on hi towo terms GOLDSMITH & DAVIS 'JI3SEIIVE.II OF FICEL 1AL)AhE WEIOEL'S Cut Paper Pattern. ýx" f ^"N Ptr cc F K1~ e^7 rahRYO TO ML1 UtP, ~Tctr PruPJn' Moll r U ~ ~ ~ O Sal.®Q'Q 1 : 'nrtlnt mini~ r Stes f. J\ ii LI Fit Et-I-. TIIE!?E 1 rCy' =x A7 i ES tCIALIi rTUUCncr4 Y PUtLIC :CCJIC IA , UNI=;1YL A tIA . Untvictslrv Exr-re l IF IAIE aou tired of wiorking {4 rtrt: or a born olntcuco? We can lucoenrr your earnIng 7.0 0.. lower Our correspondence onorses 2~ r are iontrened for busy folh, vIho, through dtniance, are S t~flnilr nnml lo to Iocur, than bunl. tara training on eaeantlil i ,i~t, Deri3ion is a condition pee cenlent to enroeea arntsuem Viril today for a free copy of uorproogoetu, We Tuchb you at Ifowe. noaYn'olC_ Pbatua...

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Borough Council Wednesday, Sept. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 October 1914

Borough Council Wednesday, Sept. 30. Present-Tho Mayor (Cr. Wyatt) and Crs. Williamson, Allen, Smith, Marshall, Couch, Davis, Waods. CORRESPONDENCE. From Municipal Association, giving legal opinion as to liability of councils with, respect to employes under the Workers' Compensation Act. Per 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 conmes into force on October 1. The town clerk said that all the Coun. cil's employes were at present insured under the Employers' Liability Act. It was decided to get farther informs concerning the new act and quotations of terms from various companies From same, enclosing copies of bitsi ness paper for annual sessioli on Oct. 21 and 22.-Mayor to attend. From W. H. Dillon, heon. secty, Free Library, applying for usual donation. -£5/5 granted. Froni Fred Emmett, renewing his claim on Contractor W. Baker.-Re ceived. From Commonwealth Bank, offeri...

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HAMILTON STOCK MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 October 1914

HAMILTON STOCK MARKET Fat sheep.-..We report a yarding of 416 e aoe antd *ethers, a fair proportion being shorn, and including about 1,10 :spring and sumnmer lambs. 'The usual a-:tendance of the local trade were pro s?ot, and all good sheep m-et with fair ,competition, prices being rather firmer .at the close, ?ut nediu iI sorts were ,had to quit at lant rates, however, everything yatrdrtl was cleared as oillow ..-Quotatiuos-- horn comeback vetlhere, 1-l/; shorn crossbred wethers, prima 16/6 to 17T/; .iumaller, 1.1/7 to 34/5; crossbred wethers, in the wool. irone, 24/0; do, mtediunm, 12/1 to 13/:i -:ross owe, good, 14/5 to J1/9; at.d swo? anod wet hers, l1/i; nmriino wet iers, good, 15/ to .I ;/: ulediumr, 10/G to 10/11; do... ewes, 11/5 to 12/2; old lambs, 113/3 to 11/: spring Inaml , good, 121 to 12/9;,en,,ht!r, 10/6 to 11/I; with ntedium, 7/ to 7/8. Stut.e ,sherp.--About 1450 camet to bhand They wetre mostly shorn, 2-tuoth ewes utirl wethlere. Competition was :limited tinder thel...

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PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 October 1914

PATRIOTIC FUND. The ft,*lowing subscriptions were re. ceived by. the Narrawong Clpumitteeo of which Mr. J. Devlin i' presidert, M r, T, W. Redfern vice-presidant, Mr. G. Cook secretary, and. Mr. W,. Dalgliesh treasurer: - W. Dºlglieh ... ... £4 0 0 G. White ... ... 1 0 0 1'. W. Redfern ... .....1 0 0 .1;.T. Redfern ... ... 1' 0 0 J. Taylor ... 1 0 0 D. Fre.ltnd . .. 1 0 0 A. McCombe ... . 1 0 0 Cook Rr.s. ... ... 1 0 0 Cr. J. )evlin . ... 1 0 0 T1. O Conrnor ... ..... 1 0 0 IH. O'Connor ... ... 1 0 0. A. W. Alford ... .... .1 0 0 F. C. Cain ... 1 0 0 H. A. Wright. .. . 0 10 0 V. C in ... ... 0 10 0 W. Paterson ... ... 0 10. 0 J. G. Lyons ... 0... 10 0 A. Doneltie . . 010 0 J. West ... ... 0 10 0 li Donebhu ... ... 0 5 0 F. Jeret ... ... 0 5 0 J. Melbourn'n.:" : ..:' 0; 5 0 .. Rhookoe ... 0.,( 5 0 Mrs. W. Dalgliesh. senior ... 0 5 0 G. Melbourne ... ... 0 4 0 Mrs. White ... ... 0. 6 S. 1an:on ... ... 0' ' 6 P. A. Coode ... ... 0 2 6 F. Sandiman ... ... 0 1 6 Total £21.11 0

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NEW POSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 October 1914

NEW CSTAC RATESJ The new postal rates, including the penny Iposetge on letters, canne in force on May 1st. The reduced rntes are as follow: TBROUGIIOUT COMIMONWEALTH AND PAPUPA. Letter Id ,pet ) cz. Lette ards,singl, Id ea . Do. reply ,d. each half. l'osicards,singl ,Id.each Do. reply, Id. each half. Printed papers Old .per 2 oz. Books, plnoter'-- olide Australii, O(1 per 8:oz;. n Australia Od .per 8 rz. Ma?azlna ea-Printed in Australia, O.d. per 8 oz.; printed outside Australia, Ojd, per 4 oz. " "Hlansard," 0id. per 12 oz. Commercial papers patterlns, samples and merchandlse, Id. per 2 oz. OVEIISEA D)OMINIONS Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kitgdo.m, oversen dominions, British colonies and protectorates except the New Hebrides, Id. per'~ oz. NEW ZEALAND AND TBEEISLAEDS. The rat:e to New Zealand, Figi and British Solomomn I.lalnds are: Let Id j oz. Po ards ogle ld. D rep d .ea Le ar ngl d. Do reply,ld .each ha Magazines id. 8 oz., addtional 4 o OJd. Books, ld 4 tz. Commu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 October 1914

P?.OVE ALL THINGS. To win a wager, an Engiish M.trquis stoood on Llmdoe Bridge and offered so. verigne for five shillings. IIe could not find a costonmer. t's not to be wondered at: the public look askance at any proposi tion when the person is apparently a financial. loser without direct or indirect gain. Fraudulent schemes have often been successful, and in these days sceptics want better proof than the word of Marquis. No evidence can be stronger than testimony such as this: Mr. Simuel Beauglehole, off O:way Street, Portland West, says:-'Abut three years ago I was suffering a lot from matked symptoms of kidney trouble. The secretions were disordered, being, being thick and cloudy, and containing a red sediment, and there was a constant nag. gingache inl the small of my back, which made every movement positive torture. I was also subject to bad headaches, dizzy fooling and had pufliness under the eyes. My rest was very disturbed, and altogether I felt far from well. Doean's Backch...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 October 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. IThe ollowing is aliatof telephoneo'tati and charges:-. haune Fi. 3mina. Additional ofiTown Convereation, 3asins. l"ranxhlolmo |8d 6d lyuduk Ie 9d aupe Yc!pon 24 2d Cavendish Is 9O 'Castarton via BUranxholmne la 9d Uasterton via Hamilton Ie 4d In 'olaraino ,Is 4d Is Condslh 6d 6d Crossle. Is 9d Donnitngton 1. 9d, Digby, via Branxhohne Is 9d Dunkeld la Od Olontlhomvison Is 4d la Hawkesdelo leg Od Hamilton la 9d IHeywood 2d 2d Kentbruck Od Od Kirkstall ls 9d Koroit Is 9d Lake Bola Is 10d 1 2d Macarthur is 4.1 Is $llcrino, via Uranxholire la Od *Merino, via Hamilton Is 4d In .Mount Gambier lsa 9d Moyne Falls l; J 9d l1yamyn 'd 5l Narrawong 2d 2d Nelson 8d 6d Penlhurst la 9d Port Fairy 8d 6d Port McDonno la4d ls Hipponlhurdt is .9d Tyrendarra 3d 3)d Yambuk 6d ad *Wallacedal 8d O d Warrunabool ls 9 Wickliff la 0d l 2d Woolathorpe sl 9d Fee for messenger call, any person dind willitn one mile-3d. 'Note.-Branxholrme closes from p.m. to 4 p.m. daily, and on Wednes...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
War Correspondents as Spies. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 October 1914

War corresponaents as 1' [i Spies. The war correspondenC t hans Inallt on evil days and in the "Niineteeunth Century" 1William .laxwell egives the reader an insideo vcw of the caulses .?hioh have led to this ldqpreciation. ihe writer's personal clxpelrncccs en kblo himn to speak with authority, and ho first notes that 'the telegraph has tado the corres lnden t a menace to the army which h. may have every de sire to servo." In practice oha says it waorks out in this way : Tho lpurposo sof an army. being to ofeat the enemy, not to provide in teresting "copy" for newspapers, the somumander in lho field makes it bisa business to put obstacles bet'ween th.e lurrespllodent and the telegraphl wire. lie anay disohargl his duty to his coun try ruthlcssly or delicately, but the result is always the lsale. 1a'r break. out in the camp, land sooner or lilnte some disallecteld colrrespondellt ''brenks .away" lltor a battle, and lalkinig a, speed to the nearest telegralihl ollici "2eyond the milit...

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