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

Wj. HEMERS. COR1CHBUILDER, Geare oral Blacksmith, Wheelwright & Horsee hoer .: E ROY STREET, POl.TLAN'.: Ff to t'anc' his numerous patrons for their liberal a porb in ehc.'r their conufie'ce by -do. uniformly good work. :.... :..-,. New and Sooond-har.' Biggies always on Hanrd. ,unsmithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural ImplementsRnpetlrdd " Careful attention given to the tyreing of.wheels. Estimates given for all repairs, if required. Earso-Shooing Strictly Attenodd t%. lntggie of all dI .riptioad Rapaired,'i:'aintai and renewed. lough Repaired Slade Lightest draught. fo Simple and Otrong, They Canoot go Wrong. We mpllney to a great thl g tun a aewag machlne,-eapectally when you flee In the country and have ts fix it yourself. WARD BROS. M? achine rae fewer parts thano nry otther--nothing to get Out of order. Poundcheaper than othiers We py' freight to uour stetion guarantee every nrachine--and let I you hane it ou gr.t tL-ras,. SWrite flor llustrated (atalog--post fre...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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THE WAR. Melbourne, Sunday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 October 1914

THE WAR. ': [Router's Cablegrams.] .Melbourne"'Siinday 'ves;ifig. Austriia makes nn itpolo6g to Italy nld?pays" an indemnity for loss of life and destruction of i vessel by it mine laid iii the Adhiatic Selr. The Japid'Leu e expect to reach tile limiits .of: Germnnii; resistance within a month at Xis chiue. T'lhe Allies' oxtremio left;continiles to iadv'meo, ioirth-east of Aiiieins. The eiimy inado a violeint attack neii i Passigny, but :wa:sl shtierid. The enilfiy idti , ediloss the Monuse in thll vicinity;df ihlliml. SThe Russians defeated the Geirmans sbadly, despite liago reinfoircennts, in 'mmst Priussi a. Russia is occiupying a good portion of (Girnalns territol,. 'jThe Russians capturied two of the Trzemyel forts, using them to, advant. age agaiinst the Austrian artillery. Austria is wildly fortifying Vienna, the cap tal of Austrin, hd its suburbs. Thu Austlian lovernmm'nt is pre sparing to remove othe seat' it govmrn. Inellt to Prigue. The inhabitants ar leving Vmieona. Twol...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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PORTLAND PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 October 1914

PorL0r.AND PAT~lIIOT'r :Fu .-M1_ r. Purnell, manager of the Union Bank; informs us that ia.sum of about £30 has been collected for thie abUve fund b)y means of lists recently distributed at various business establishments in the town. Pairticulari ,iill:bopiillished as soon as the lists aire gaithl?cd inr. :: Do o.t:os TO rT1i FOiOT.'" - ("ii .s lesrossili :rO CALL.' " Iiinis'i .' NA VoL.UvTmiit.",U-air this -idlin 'tle "Argus" ofqýSirtyrdy publishes lis?es ?li of mcdical nrin who liLvo beon selected from the llrgo ninilbe, of ,'oluintees for the additional hospital, oiganisa tion that the Federial Ministry hris'd cided to dispatich 'to tle scit of; Iai. Among themi we notice tlio Inauu of D1 S. J. Gaiuipbell,. the second uldest son of oiur respcctcd inniber, Mi. II.. J. M1. Caln.bell, M.L.A. , . Onalt MnMn..-tr. IJ. . LiCnp bell, M.L.A., who wtns herii : for tle wcek-end, informs' us's hal ii rgic i ti ilic and Par'lianOritay'y bulsiness Iecee.ssi tateis his retuirm11 to Melbotlin ...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 October 1914

-IrtOLUNTIEEIS wanted for IExpedli S( tionary Force. Apply.I... V.. Wytt. 1n.yor. . i WILL the person who bought the wed     ding ring from A. Gustus kindly   hand back same, and save further trouble. Mrs. Gustus, Henty street. CLElK.- Wanted a clerk fur the Port Inidt Freezing Works; iImust. Ie good ait figures andaible to use typen? iter. Ap. ply by letter t the M:an:ger._ " RI'NNING'S Famons Seed,..-Farln 1i eis, buy your Mlngoild Seed. Field Carrots, Garden seed an.t Lawn GrassnFs at, W. V. G. Smnith's, grocer, Percystreet, I'or.tlanld. STII.\Y El) from Cape Nelsen, Ilil COW, R little whlite on tlink, large slit on ear iiibrdul JT (conjoined) oa oft shide nunmp. Iciewannl on delivery ti Mrs. J.. U. Tickey, limrd street, Portland. Portland Methodist Church. Anniversary and Re-opening Services. Tea and Fublic Meeting, TUESDAY, OCTO'BER.l (;ih. Tea on Tables at 6.:30 p.m.. Addresses by thie Rev. llhrrii andl 3linisturs of tli town. Admiission ...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 October 1914

Postal Arian1t&cnts B11.V76?L? 1 T 1 DJA1. Mhssllsor the undermeationed o6ices aloe at t;ortlandlas follow:-IlB w I . " I . 'ararat and Adelaide 7.60 am 7.60 am 0 ' 7.tLt no ; 7( a . larat ... ... 7.60 am 7.60am r 0 - nm 7.LO, an 7;(a i ,a . Iarse . ... 9pm U m i n, .. Brauxbholme . 7.O a 7.60am 7.tO. a hi 117.,0 a n .ii a * asterton ... ,- .0am 7.10am i7.bU aml 7.s n am l It cape Bridgewater ... 9 am m ti n Cape ,elson i e .Uuckatoo Valley .. 0 a (:fortb Portlanl) } .60 an ..L an Codrington - pm 9 p m 1 . . w, Clorualno ... - 71lam 7.bOam[ i. aU .7.50?m .cL nm 1 , t.1 , Oadalh .. .... .5 am 7.50 am 7.50 am 7,?0am 7.70 an:m Dartmaoor ... - 7.?0 am 7.?1 n ' Drik Lrik .. ... 7.0 a m I .o k tagliah Mail,WeV.ce. ". m " 'days, 7.90 am.: Grae .. ... 8.50 am 850 nla ilamilton ... - 0O am 7.50 am 7.50 am 17.50ta , 7 50 a ? 5 "L a? litywaod .. 1.50 am 7.50am 7.50aa 17.00am O.?0am ".. Kentbruck... ... 7.0 am 7.50 a n, L Bridgewater 9 am a m Lyoas . ... 0 a n. 7.t a m Milibourna.. 7 50...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 October 1914

HEW OSTAC RATESI The new Iostal rates, ilcluding the penny postage on letters, camne in force on May let. The reduced :retes are as follow: THROUGHOUT COM ION WEALTH AND PAI'UPA. Letter ld..ped oz. Lett o ards,singlI ,ld .eac Do. reply ,ld.each half. Postcards,eingle ,d. each Do. reply, id. each half. Printed papers Old .per 2 oz. Books, pain te~d-t uide Austr ali, 03 per 8:oz;. n Australia Od .per 8 ez. MaHgatn es-Printed in Australia, Old. per 8 oz.; printed outside Australia, ODd. per 4 oz. "Hansard," Old. per 12 oz. Commercial papers patterns, samples and merchandise, Id. per 2 oz. OVERSEA DOMINIONS Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversea, dominions, British colonies and prorectoratee except the New Hebrides, Id. per oz. NEW ZEALAND AND TBEISLANDS. The ra:ee to New Zealand, Figi and British Solomon Islands arr: Let Id j oz. Po ards ngle Id. D rep ld.ea Le ar n gl d. Do reply,ld .each ha Magazines d. 8 or., additional 4 o DOd, Books, ld 4 tz. Commao p ld. 2 P...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 October 1914

PATRIOTIC FUND. 'h, f,,;:o;n sultciiptions were re cri'.ed by Ithe Narrnwong Colaittec of which Mr. J. Devlin is presider.t, Dir. T. W. elcdfern vice-prcoident, DMr. 4). Cook secretary, and Mr. W. J1)algliehI treasurel: -. W. Dialglieh ... ... £4 0 0 -1. White .. ... 1 0 0 '. W. ludfern ... ... 1 0 0 J. T. I(edfern ... . 1 0 0 J. Taylor ... ... 1 0 0 . Freland ... ... 1 0 0 A. lcCUomrb ... .. 1 0 0 o.ok Ri rt 8, . ... I 00 Cr. J. I)eo lin ... ... 1 0 0 . O'(Connor ... ... 0 0 HI. O'Connor . . 1 0 A. W. Alford " ... " . 1 0 0 1. C. Cain 1. 1 . 0 0 I1. A. Wright ... . 0 0 SiCainu .. . 10 0 UV. Paterson , 0 1( 0 J. o. Lyons .0 10 0 A. Donehuel 0 10 0 dJ. West 0.10 0 , Dunehu ... ; 0 i5 0 5i. Joerelt, 5 0 J. Melbourne . 0 5 0 C. ihooke 0. 5 0 MDrP. W. Dalgliesh. senior;.., 0 0 0.. Melhourne 0.. . 4 0 ]Mrs. White .. .. 0 2 6 a Ilan;on ,. .:. 0 , 0 '. A. Goode . 0 2 6 .Q'. andiman ... ... 0 1 6 Total £21 11 0

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HAMILTON STOCK MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 October 1914

HAMILTON STOCK MARKET Fat sheep.--Wu roport a yarding of I;S e eso anmd other, aL fair proporti on tting shorn, and including about 1410 -pring and summer lambs. The usual l:Ctendaitjne of the local trade were pro w?t, and all good sheep mIt with fair co01opl.tiion, prices being rather firner at the cloip, L.ut IniLdiurni sorts were Iad ti q(uit at late rates, however, .vcerythitg yardt d was cleared as aollow.- .. ,luotatioos-.Shiorn comeback avelihrs, 1.1/; shurni ,efosbred wethers, priuno 10/6 to 17/9; smaller, 14/7 to S1/5; crossbred wetbers, in tbhe wool, prim.e, 24/(;; do, nmediuml, 12/1 to 13/1: crons oW"U, good, 14/5 to 1(/9; alid atweC and wellhersi, .1/6; merino wet hlers, go9d, 15/ to 1(i/; medium, 10/G to 30/11; du,, (vwes, 11/5 to 12/2: o'd Imrbs, 1.:/3: to 1,1/: print laml), good, 2/ t ?-l;mtiiller, 10/6 to 11/1; with b 7/dium, 7/ to 7/8. itoce hleep.-Aboit 1450 cauti to talnd. They were mostly shorn, 2-tooth -wes i and wethers. Competition was limited under thlt banin...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 October 1914

PORTLAND TELEPRONE BUREAU. ItOhe ollowaing is a listof telephone stati and charges:- Nameni Fi. 3mine. Additional OloTown Conversation, 3mine. lBran-holmne ;8 6d Aiyaduk Is 9d Uape Ne!'on 2d 2d Cavendiah la 9d *Casterton via Branxholho is 9d Casterton via Hamilton la 4d Is Coloraine Is 4d Is Condah 6d 5G Crosael- Is 9d Dcnningtoa 1. 94 Digby, via Branxholme se 9d Dunkeld la 9d olenthompson Is 4d Is Ilawkesdelo lee 9d Hamilton ls 9d MHeywood 2d 2d Kentbruck Od Cd Kirkstall Is 9d Koroit is 9d Lake Bola lO0d I 2d Mlacarthur is 4d Is 'Merino, via Branxholn e ls 9d Melrino, via Hamilton l8 4d Is .Mount Gambier sle 9d Moyne Falls l; 9d Ilyamyn 6d. 5, Narrawong 2d 2d Nelson 8d 6d Penshurst is 9d Port Fairy 8d 6d Port McDonno Isa 4d in itipponhurst is 9d Tyrendarra 3d 3d Yambuk 6d 5d *Wallacedal 8d 6d Warrnambool Is e Wickliff is 1Od ls 2 Woolsthorpo Is 9d Foo for messenger call, any person died within one mile-3d. 'Noto.-Branxholme closes from p.m. to 4 p.m. daily, and on Wednesday rom noo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 October 1914

JOB PRINTING 'T 51ELBOUR1NE PRLCES. G'( with I3c ltc(jZctItcR belingtbo iii Cd ttc, et t I idir that a =ood A (n seck it .an 1cm Ih diatrict b urns w have procured THE BEST SMAOHINF IN THE MARKET ar now prepared to ompeto with the s.ttopoltan printe on hisc own terms GOLDSMITH & DAVIS 'OBSERVER OFFICE amwbwrjii'm 0's"'" -OTabIs1s OLI-GuN, NEDI@EBTIOMrl "BulTdog" and "Imperial" brands of Binder Twines carry with them the advantages to their users of a firm guarantee as to both length and qualityl. The guarantee we give to users is as follows:- Quality--Made strictly of "Good Fair Average" New Zealand Hemp. Len.ith-- Iill average 450 ft. to the lb. Stre? nh-W-ill average more than 90 lb break:ng strain Tare--Not to exceed It lb. per bale 'Weir(lht--Every bale to weigh its full marked weight at time of shipment. At the price quoted 61d. per lb. the cost per 1000 feet is enly 14od. Remember that the cost per 1000 feet is the true test of the price, and that a comparison of" 1 in...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 October 1914

THEY SAY That the Mayor of Melbourne's pat riotic fund amounts to £119,987, in cluding £500 from Mr. James G. Ro bertson, of Kongbool, near Balinoral. T'hat the German Government's wireless station at Yap, in the Caro line Islands, has been destroyed. The German community is now cut off from oflicial conmmunication with the theatre of European operatiorn.s That shoals of mackerel have taken up their abode in all the bays on the Victorian coast. That the vermin inspector and two men poisoned 1721 rabbits in oce night lust week iql a couple of paddocks near Port Fairy. That a fishing b at landed at Welsh pool last week for the Melbourne mar ket 8 tons 3cwt of mackerel and 25cwt of other fish. Fhat an advance of id per lb is to be made in the Melbourne wholesale quotation for choicest brands of butter this week. The retail price will re main at 1/2 in most suburbs. That at the funeral on Monday of the late Mris. A. M. McLeod, of Merino Downs, there was a large attendance. The deceased ...

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METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 October 1914

METHODIST CHURCH Anniversary and reopening services were held in the Methodist .burch, Portland,. on Sunday, when Iaev.: W., Harris, chairman oft he district, preach ed to large coilgreg?tions, morning and evening. On Tu(s lay evening tea and ipublic meetiugs'were ield and were well attended. Ab the 'abtel the Rev,Cuth bert occupied the chair,.and read a telegram from Mr. Hi. J..M. Campbell, M.L.A., regretting his inability to be present, as he had promised. The Rl:vs. Harris, Pithouse and H. Bonlter occupied seats on the platform, An opening hymn was sung, after which Rtv Pulheuie led tbe congregation in prayer. Mr. Jas, Wi son r-ead tihe annual re port, which was highly satisfactory. TIhe chairman, in his address, said it had been decided to abandon the an nual garden fete, for a time at least, and called on the people to contribute according to their means to defray tlhe expense of tihe- renovation of the church. Rev. Boulter expressed his pleasure to be present, and said the Met...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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THE WAR. Melbourne, Thursday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 October 1914

THE WAR. [Reuter's Cablegrams.] Melbourne, Thursdad Morning. A new development is taking place in Northern France. The Germans are sending large forces. Tho Allies will require reinforce nments in the Lille district. The Belgians are repelling the Ger. mans at Antw?rp. The German invasion of Russia has apparently failed, as they are with. drawing and concentrating in East Prussia, where the enemy is making elaborate preparations for the greatest battle, in the campaign. Disaster befell a small British force in South-West Africa, when 2,000 Germans, with tenl guns, entrapped 300. Most of them were killed. The Kaiser ordered his troops to take Asowiets within three days. The Germans fired 40,000 shells and then the Russians came out and killed 1100 and 300 surrendered. The Kaiser witnessed the balance retire. The French blotted out five sucees ivre lines of German infantry who were advancing on Armance. Ten thousand were killed. The Germans made a successful night attack on tlo IRoyal...

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Henty Memorial Fancy Dress Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 October 1914

Henty Memorial Fancy Dress Ball. This fixture appears to preinise an enjoyable evening to onlookers and dancers alike, and the arrangements for it are well in hand. The Orderly Room has been secured. for this special decicsion,'so that there wisll.be pllenty of roomnfor all. The catering is iti the hanrds of the Ladies' Committeo, so that nothing further need be said on that scoie. Mr. Wyatt hias taken in hand the prviding of. the .lmusic, and that; in itself is a gualrantee fo the best. The judging of the fancy dresses will lie with the public, and ever'vorio enter ing the hall will be providled with al ballot piaper upon which to record their choice. The ballot will close-at 11 p.·1., so that "even late comers will have a chanice of recording their vote. It lids- pein decidel that the set in which idl :eompeting- fancy sets must dance will be the second squate daiineo fin' the e'vening, besiig th oe lorth dllice on the pr. "ranune. The prizes for :competition are on exhibition in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 October 1914

' "Pioritland Hospital. The committea mest a the Town all Tuesday afternoo. Present ale on «oods (in the chair), Wyatt, larsbsrhl, Bourbaud and McDonald. The chairmano welcomend Mr. McDon. 31d al a new member. Tha chairman suggested that tbh Very BeF. rather Cain he asked to akea seat on ibe hbord, and a motion Sthatk effect by Mr. Marshall was carriel uonanmousty. ri COe u nET ON DENCE. From Kate Brown, Mansfield, ac: ceptitg position of matron.--Received. From A. EB Foster. Casterton, ac. cFotig position of nurse.--TReceived. cptg Ida Anderson, Blackwood, Fpplying for the position of probationer. ., ceivcd. agi asking for a From Treasury, ag a o list of prices paid for drugs, etc.-The s-crotara reported that the medical oficere had stated that it was impossible to sficppl? the list required, and he (the secretary) tha written to that effect to lhe Treasurer.--ApP'oved From the State Accident Insurance office, relating to insurance of employes. SReferred to House Committee. ItEPOIT...

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War Correspondents as Spies. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 October 1914

VWar ,orresponaents as I, .- Spies. The war correspondent .has fallen an evil days, and an the "\niuctcenth Century" William Maxwell gives the roander an inside view of the c;ls;.s wRhioh have led to this dclreciatill. i'ho writer's personal cxpencreilc.s on *ble him to speak with authlority, and be first notels that "tihe telegrlllI has made the correspondent a imcnaco to the army which hJ may have every de sire to serve." In practico Le says it works nlut in this way: The purpose of an army beutlg to Sefeat the enoely, niot to provide In turesting "copy" for lewspalpers, tle Cuonlannder oll the lield nmaks it I.s business to put obstacles betelell, nei -orrcslpoldent ad the telcgrall wie. loe nmay discharge his duty to his coun try ruthlessly or delicalltly. blt tiihe result is always the salme. VWar Ilbreaks 31it in the ca:lip, and snoeIIcr Ior 'itI somec disaffected cerrespnlulelt "lciss away" after a battle, and Irlnking i. ipeed to the lcalrest toelearnlil olflice beyond the m...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 October 1914

COLT. The September monthly medal was competed for last week, and resulted in Mrs. Silvester winning the ladies' prizs, and P. Mahoney the men's. Following are the scores: LADIES. ars. hp. net Mrs Silvester .... 108 18 90 Mrs Parnell . . 9 8. 91 Miss A. Jones 111 8 93 Mrs Parkinson 111 13 98 Miss Housen .. 114 '14 100 MENi. P. Mahoney ..99. 30 09 J. Overend . 107 32 75 C. Smith ... ... 1 10 81 P. O'Donnell . 86 S 86 H. M. Campbell ... 100 14 86 T. Huxley . ., ...104 17 87 J. B. Shackleton ... 100 8 92 T. F. I. Murphy ... 107 11 93 Mr. J. Overend has donated a trophy for ladies, to be competed for this month. Conditions are--1 ho'es, stroke play, the best two out of the rounds to count. Mr. H. E. Rippon, of Hamilton; has also donated trophies, to be played for at an early date; conditions will be an nounced in due course.

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THE WAR. Melbourne, Monday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 October 1914

THE WAR. [Reuter's Cablegrams.] Melbourne, Monday Morning. A brief pith of the war news shows that the position of the Allies is stronger. The Belgian army is co operating, and closing on tile Germans, and a ring of steel is now around them. The enemy attempted to get back to the Fatherland over the Meuse near St. Mihiel, but the Allies prevented the German right wing. The Russians continue to be success ful against the Germans, who aire said to be losing thousands of men and great quantities of wart material. They are retreating through bad country, and whole regiments are bo-,ed, while numbers of horses and meiin havo been drowned. The Kaiser declares that lie will take Warsaw before long. It is expected that threen millions of men will engage before that . The Pope is again pleading with the. monarchs for peace. The Turkish fleot, with a German commander and officers,' is getting IMr. Asquitli's speech is expected to contaisn imporbtt disclost?es of the relations existing betwoen...

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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 October 1914

BOWLINC. The ceminittee, sines last playin'g season, hasve had a number of altera tions made to the green and surround. ings. The green has been shortened to the regulation length, which if now the standard in the Conmmonwealth. .New pipes have been laid, so as to dive a better supply of water. The green has ben carefu!ly prepared by the green committee Ic is the intention to have the official opening on WednesJay, the 14t October. Owing to the dry season play is commencing earlier than usual. The opening proceeding will take tile form ot those of other yv ars.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 October 1914

SUNDAY, October 11 Canon Carmichael -will preach morn ing and evening. Baptist Church Sunday next. Preacher - Mr. Stephens, All seats free. -T,4OUNG Lady wishes board with pri 1 vate family. Terms to H.I., Ob ?arver otffice. (jEES wanted; any numbler of colonies; inmnediately. Apply, W. V. G. Snith, Honey Depot, Portland. ? OY wanted, just left school preferred, toansasit in shop. Apply, W. V, G. Snmitl, pFrcy street, Portland. I'O LET--Seven rooms, prltly fur nished; suitable two families; near ,each ; reasonable rent. Apply office this l..er. (.OLUNTEERIS wanted for l:xpedi t tiomry Force. Apply .1. L. Wyatt, lhinyor. tLERIK.-- Wanted a clerk for the Port land Freezing WVorks; mutl, be good at figures and able to use typewriter. Ap. _ily by letter to the Manager. IRUSNISNG'S Famous Seeds.--Ftrm Je cisl, uyyour Msllgold Seed, Field tarrots, !(arden seed and Ltawn Ourlsses at W. V. CG. Smith's, grocer, Percy street, P'ortland. TCTRAY EIl) from Cape Nelson, Rled COW, little white on ...

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