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

i .: : -PEPROY STREET, POI.TLAND. Uhuto' tho his noumerou patrons for their liberal s por t llht' there fl by d. uniformly good work. Nos and"5ocond-hand Bggoles always on la. d. ,uesmisthing Done, and all kinds of Agriqdlturl Implements Repaired Caro? ol attentlon given to the tyreing of whoeels. Eatlmates g"ven for all repairs, if required. Srso-Shooing Strictly. Attended. t. PBggie of all deseriptions Rip-ireid, 'Iaintal and renowed. lougnih Repaired Madeo Lightest draofght. ThW e y r?onei t o Wrong no Simple and -trong, They Cannot 1o Wrong. Snimpliclty In a great thing In sewing nmaellne,-eapeotelly when you live in the country and hare i" tir ityourself. WARD BROS. lMaclehneo hIve fewer parts than ndy other--nothhin- to get out of Sorder. Poundscheaper than othersu We pay freight f ygur stetion gnarantee every mroclote--and let f vou ha vre t on reasy terots. SWrite or illuterated Catalog-a;psot po lfren. Dre. i4achlner of all mnlesy repalred? Ieedlea and Parts suppliea for an...

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OBITUARY. MRS. EDWARD MANNING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 October 1914

OBITUARY. Mlas. EDWARD MANNING. The take the following from the "BIunbury Southern Times" -" The sin'cercst sympathy is being freely ex pressed for Mr. Edward Mlanning (the foreman printer of this journal) regard ing the sudden death of his wife, which occurred on September 23rd under somewhat tragic circumstances. The deceaseod was about to undergo an operation (sho having been in failing health for some time), and succumbed as chloroform was being admihistered, the immediate cause of death being heart failure. The deceased was 27 years of age, and there were no child ren, Since Mr. and Mrs. Manning first came to Bunbury, 18 months ago, they have been very popular amongst an ever widening circle of friends, and the husband's grief is in a measuro shared by his many friends, and the stafl'fof this piper, by whom Mr. Man ning is greatly esteemed. The de. ceased was aL daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sloan, of Perth. An enquiry is being held into the cause of death." [The propriotors of...

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CHURCH OF ENGLANG HMOE MISSION FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 October 1914

CHnusc OF ENOLANG 11.MOg MISSION FuxD.-Tho annl appel pp on behalf of the above fund is now being made to the members of St. Stephen's Church. Canon Carmichael desires to lay before his pebple tile specially ur-gent neces sity which exists at present for united resolve to maintain the ministrations of the church throughout the diocese. In addition to the industria! and finan cial dislocation caused by the war and drought, is seriously mncacing the prosperity of the whole northern area of the Diocese of Ballarat Doubtless even in the drought-stricken parishes every effort is made locally to keep the church's flag flying, but it is necessary to print out how vital it is just now that the Home Mission Fund, the very backbone of tihe support to the weaker parishes, especially in the MaIllec should not be crippled. The Canon therefore begs fromn all th6se who iare 11(fle to cotinue their aid to thle JIonim Mission Fund that tlhir.. fullest help may be forthcoming in tlie lippeal nlow bei...

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Postal Arrangements [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 October 1914

Postal An&Egbt g~tt l BIVlbED '10 DAI. Mailelor the undermentionedoficea close at Portlandjis follow:-i __ S.. ** . art .. ... 1.60 am 7.5anm 7 mn 7.tLin,. a , , ft ' C ,. .. 9p 9 P . . raubolm ...7.60 am 7.50 am .60 a in 7 fo . t i, as3trtou ... - 7.0 a7.60 m .6am 7.60 a M 7.i mLn n. it ' (North Portland) \. 8.l aOa .7 a an Colrlug'ton -. pm P9 pm . m a. Unleramie ... .- .60 am 7.0 at7.aU a a. 7.60 m 7.I0 Lm t' ctoadab ... .. 7.0 am 7.60am 7.60 a'i 7,00 a 1. ai Dartmoor ,. •7.60 a *m 7:tl "-'m Drik Drik . . 7.60 a M 7.10 i m Eaglish Mail,Weudnes. UCedays, 7.50 am. *Goras - .. 8.50 am 8 tan. • tihmllton ... - l. m 7.50am 7.50 au 7.Oa n, 7 S1om'n i , H iywioo .. . 7..60 am 7.50am 7.60 f m 7.60a mi 7.60 am KOeutbruck... ... 7.50 am 7.50 a n LC Blrldgewater . 9 am 0 am yousa -. ... 7.60 a m 7.C( a Umlbourna.. -. 750am 7;60 am 7.0 am 7.60a n 7.60 a n : M71rino .. ... 7.50 am 750 am 7,50am 7,00 a a 7.L0inm 7lm2n ... J7.50 am 7.60 a r 7.60 a 7.60a a 76,0 a Mtount GCambler ,7 60 am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 October 1914

J JOB PRINTING AT 1ELBOURNE PRICES. ( 0. 1ith i( tijd(,t i hl e beingthe h. cf i rc , at d iftdirg tbat a good c' l cil i it in nit th district t no w have procured '1BE BESI MACHIINF IN THF MARKET are now prepared to ompele with the imetropolitan printo on hi rown terms OOLDSh IIH & DAVIS ' OBSERVER OFFICE 4??latpBeraln'g ",","r Tablets ,...n-- afR uuoDI@eTION. Q./ a.- / ;l.r 2.. .. . New 'akd Hem2' S* ,Will av erae 4 i50 ft to he- l aren ~at ll aveu;, ge o~.~roI e thad 90 lb. *'. " c "artiry wihthmi l ,he ^wn^; . use lo ss of ailoU :- .fi. (i'! baktig s tail. n L hprc-Wil and that a comparison of I : Tl-A ocost per lb. is grerl .y mis .lead (": i' ' '-i7'-l ~e vsr y bale to twei'gh its full marked =eight at fime, of slhipment.. '-y '\\: fi ^l the pr:ice quoted 6\d. per Ib. the cost per1000 feet Is c-nly 14,iW. • .;:d :J? ?',i - '- __ ....__ Remembe i?lhatf the cost per . " . r^^^ ,?.IB&? l ooeet is i fru est of^ tA "?g':k?,?J, , price, and that a comparison of -" i...

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PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 October 1914

PAIRIOTIC FUND. . The fillowing sulfscipiions weor rr :eised-J ly Ihe alrawu);s Cuom:ittle of hirichl Mlr. J. Devlin ii preident ir.. V. W.I dfern vice-prTbidePn1, Alr 4s. Cook secretary, aund Mr. W ""3)alflioeh tliei~urel:- '. D lalglieo . .. ... ,4 0 ( 3. V? ire .. 0 ( -'. " . lR, dfern " .. I 0 ( . T. .iedfer .1 0 t J. 'Taylur . I .. - 1iei land 1 0 ( A. JcL'onbu .. 1 0 *Cuok l{rts. 0 C 'r. J. D1)e lin ... ... 0 0 2? O'Cunnor ... ... Ii. O'Connor ... . 1 0 0 A. W. Alfud ... .. 0 11. C. Cain .- '. - 0 iV.. Cuiutr 10 0 .- Puter.oni u 10 0 . G. Lyun.o 0 10 0 A. Doneue . 0 10 0 4. West 0 10 0 L Dunchul ... 0 r5 0 .F. Jerrelt .. . - 5 0 J.?Mdlbourne ... 5 0 4. Hlho.k 0 5 0 iMrs. W. DW.Dlgie4lseniir.;-? 0 5 0 C. Meelbouirne .. '"4 0 1Mrs. iWhite 0 2 6 8. Uun:on , .,.0 6 l'.A. Go(de .:. .. 2 6 1'. Cundian ... ... 0 1 G Totnl £21 11 0

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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 October 1914

NEW CSTAC RATESI The new postal rates, iitcluding th penny postage on letters, came in fore on May 1st. The reduced rates ar as follow: THROUGHOUT COMMrONWEALTI AND PAPUPA. Letter Id .e i j tz. Lette ards singl ,ld .eac Do. reply ,d.each half. Poslcarda,eingl ,ld. each Do. reply, id. each half. Printed papers Ojd .per 2 oz. Books, printic'-- utide Aotiralia, 0O per 8?oz;. n Australia Od .per 8 oz. Manazin es-Printed in Australia, O0d. per 8 )z.; printed outside Australia, Ojd, per 4 oz. "Hansard," Oid. per 12 oz. Commercial papers patterns, samples and merchandise, Id. per 2 oz. OVERSEA DOMINIONS Letters from ihe Commonwealth to the United .Kitigdom, ov'er·ea. dominions, Britlh colonies and protectoratea except the New Hebrides, Id. ppr j az. NEW ZEALAND AND THE ISLANDS. The rates to New Zealand, Figi and Briiiblh Solsolon Islands are: Let Id i oz. Po ards lgle Id. D rep Id.ea Le ar ng) d. Do .reply,ld .each ha hMgazines Id. 8 oz., additional 4 o O.id, Botoks, Id 4 iz. Conimme' up i...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 October 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. 'Ilhe ollowing isa Iltof tclophonosltati andl cllarges: lamo Fi. 3mina. Additional ofiTown Convorsation, Bamns. *"ranxholmo ib8. 6d Byaduk lr 9'd Lape Nelson 2d .2d Cavendish Ia 9d Casterton via Branxholmo Is 9d Oastorton via Hamilton Is 4d Ia Coloraino Is 4d Is Condahl 6d 54 Crosslce. Is 9d Dennlngton 1,- 94 Digby, via Branxholimo la 9d Dunkold Is 9d Glenthompson Is 4d Is Hawkesdelo lsl 9d HIamilton 18 9d MIHoywood 2d 2d Kentbruck 6. 6 ,. Sd Kirkstall I 9d Koroit . Is 9d Lake Bola IslOd I 2d Macarthur Is 4d In $Melrino, via Uranxlholhr la 9d Marino, via Hamilton Is 4d Is Mount Gambler Is. 9d Moynu Falla ls? 9d Blynamyn d 54 Narrawong ed 2d Nulaon ld Od Pensheurt Is 9d Port Fairy 8d 6d Port McDohno. ls 4d Is Ripponhurst la 9d Tyrendarra 3d ad Yambuk 6d 5d *Wallacedal 8d 6d Warrnambool Is Wickliff sl 10Od l s Wanolsthorpoe l. 9d Foe for messenger call, any person dind wvihin one mile-3d. *Note.--Branxholie closes from p.m. to t p.m. daily, and on Wednesday ...

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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. PORTLAND SHIRE RATE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 October 1914

.CORRESPONDENCE It~ to be distinctly understoodl thMSW , to irAyienifyoltrseles with/ theopinio exrressed bl our c orrespoldents. PORTLAND SHIRE RATE,. (To the Editor.) Sir,-By severe retrenchment the Shire Council have succeeded on a fifteenpenny rate in paying off all the shire indebtedness and finishing the year with a credit balance of eighty pounds. When thisswas reached, we had been previously lead to believe a more progressive course would be fol. lowed in respect of roads and works Apparently, however, the Councillors, or the majority of thenm, from a deairo to please the ratepayers, and in view of adverse conditions existing have decided to reduce the rate to one shilling in the pound. Whilo givin,, the Council credit for tile good inteni tions toward the ratepayers, I a firmly convinced that they have takt, tihe wrong course. They cut offlrevclle in the West and South ridings, whlle there is most need for the money to be spent, amounting to £6000, which amount would have b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 October 1914

"OW TO A.VOID .& W EOUK. A tiny leak in a big ship can easily be stopped if takienin time, but if disregard ed. it will overcome the miglhtc. vessel,. and drag her beneath the sea, there is no saving her. The same, exactly, with kidney trouble. If doctored at tthe first sympntom the cure is an easy matter, but if allowed to go too far tle system will be hopelessly wrecked. This woman gives soime useful advice on the subject: Mrs. T. Moore, Albert Street, Port Fairy, ssys:-"Somo years ago I had a serious illness, and ever since I havo suf fered with any back. I always had sharp pains in the small of my back, which made me irritable and miserable. I could Fcarcely get about to do my work, and during the day I would often have to lie down. It was agony for nie to stoop, and I had headaches, and always felt tired out. At night I could scarcely turn in my bed, and got very little rest. I saw Doan's Backache Kidney Pills advertised and sent for some. They did me good right away, a...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 October 1914

THEY SAY That tlh Commonwealth Govern Iment was considering the question of using tile captured German steamers for Governmont purposes. That the Commonwealth has already spent .£1,250,000 on tlh war. That the Commonwealth has voted £100,000 to the Belgian Relief Fund.. That the Lord Mayor's Patriotic Fund amounts to£121,905, It is pro posed to close it, as contributions to clarities rro filling off. Ti!at the number of employos at tlhe Newport workshops in 1908 was 1823, und in'1914 it had increased to 4289.

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PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 October 1914

P. .ATRIOTIC-FUD ....... - Previous'y acknowledged £181 .. 0 Mrs. J. T. Naismith 1 1 0 W. Vivi o ... .. 0 10 6 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Day .-1 1 I. Warrant Officer Jonws 1 1 0 Mrs. Jones ..... 0 10 6 Portland Club ... ...- 10 10 Q A. E. Fielding ... 1 1 0 Jas Wilson -.. . 1 0 Hamilton Allen ... 2 2 0 Jas O'Britn ... ... 5 0 Dr. Campoll .. ...2 2 0 Abrm. Johnston ... 10 0 Mrs. H. Peters.. ... 0 0 Mrs. M. J. Bruce ... 2 0 Portland Borough Council 25 0 0 Proceeds Narrawong concerb t psr L. Stanford ...6 16 0 L. Stanfoid ... ... 0 10 0 D. Livingstone ... 0 10 0 A.E.McCombe .. 010 0 Alex McCubbin . ' 10 0 Narrawong collections per W. Dalgliesh ... ... 21'11 0 Rev. and Mrs- Cutihbort ... .2 . 2 0 1t. C. Campbell , 0 John Iylcs ... .; 1 0 Mr. and Mrs. Tardrew ... 1 0 Mr. Townsend ... ... 10. G Miss C. L. Brown 0 ... 0'10 0 Mr. and Mrs. . J. Malseed .1 1 0 Card collections per.' Mr. S. T. Purnell ... ... 31 0 6 BELG.IAN l?'RLnE: FUN)D Amount previously acknow-' ledged ... .. £ 16 0 Rev. Canon Cr...

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THE WAR. Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 October 1914

THE:WRi. . [Reuter's Cablegrams.] Thursday night. The German official list shows 1Killed"300,000,' wounded aid missing 117,000 n'France. The nciv German movement in North 'rancb-sintcndcd to cover right flank, is .in 'great danger. Reinforcements fr'dnrthd centre are arriving. SViolent" fighting is taking place on tile Allies left wing. The opposing front extends frmni Lens to Sebasses. - Masses of cavalry are in action The Germans are mlsking a fresh idsperate effort betceen the Homme arid the Mcuse. The Allies are quite cool, losing few and killing many. Paris is more lchcrful. The Allies are doterineicd to wear down thi German resistance. 'Leading officers consider that the war will hlst till Juno next. The Russians continue to advance. They are now 90 miles from Buda Pest, in Austria. - Thle Servians are again causing Aus tria to'lose heavily. : The 'Britisli'submarine E9 sank a Gerlnuan submarine. The Germans are retrating liefore the Russians, losing heavy guns in the imarshy ...

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HAMILTON STOCK MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 October 1914

HAMILTON STOCK MARKET Fu", II(p.--Wo report a yarding of i 6 e is and . ether.-, a fair proport ion bhizg sblurr, and includin, tbour, 1,iO -rinrir g-(«id -nnunmnEr)i"-aii . H.? `usu al a-:tendance of thl local trade were pro .ernl, and all good sheep met with fair comp tilion, prics being rather firiner at tite close, Lbt uIediuc aorts were Ji;td Lto quit at late rates, however, 'everylhing yuadtl was cleared is -;o:iowe.-Q uotatious-Shor n cotmeback wethli're, 1./; .turn croasbred wetlihrs, rilmo 16/(6 to 17/9; snmaller, 14/7 to 1415; crossbred wethers, in ti.e wool, punre, 2,4/l;; do, rnedium, 12/1 to 13/1 cross oAwe, good, 11/ to 16/9).; aiLd eme, ni.d we, hrs, 13/(;; me,1,lo wet _hers, good, 15/ to 1;/; lmedium, 10/0 to 30/ll; do., Itwes, 11/5 to 12/2; o'd danbs, 13/3 to 11/: prin g ,lantbl, gndr, 2/ toul.l; rmIhlllr, 10/( to 1 1/1; with mediun, 7/tou 7/8. Sto: sheep.-Abort 1450 cin?e to land. They were mostly shorn, 2-tuoth twes and wpletlhrs. Comtipettioa was limited under th...

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Shire Council THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 October 1914

Shire Council THURnDAY, OCTOBER 8. Preset rThe President '(Cr. Ri ghetti) and Crp. Smith, Cope, Devlin, Shaw, Carter, Philip and Kennedy. C. ,.RESPONDENCE.. From Lands Department, asking if four acres at Dik Drik, applied for by Winnie Kenney, could be sold -On the motion of Crs. Phiiip and Shaw, no action to be taken. Fiom same, making a similar request regarding an application by John Smith for four acres, parish of Grassdale.-On the motion of Crs. Cope and Carter, no objection'to be offered. [Cr. Smith absented himself while this letter was discussed.] From Richard Cleghorn, asking that the road between allots C2 and Cl, section xii, parish of Bolwarra, from main Hamilton' road to railway cross ing, be cleared and opened.-On the motion of Crs. Kennedy-and Devlin, the engineer to report. From J. B. Mooro, head teacher State school, Tyrendarra, applying for snakebite antidote.-On the motion of Ors. Smith and Devlin, all 'schools to be supp'ied. From Department of Lands and Survey, ...

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War Correspondents as Spies. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 October 1914

SWa? iUrrespondcten t ai The s o e<irlSpe M inL -'I 'i -hetur 66 f.1C01116i-r '; . arm i ; rj ti Sader'-" i -h c-i:'t 1*• e r tet i .tiols-hiv e i- . ;.i W; '.,' -<;.' % . . ilie "in ?' i d.i : ' . "I '"ireo; flnij tiitd;s eb' fi ; Liii *'i ';;.1 . mad til s , 't erIi - .r iii tl'i '! i, , .i1 .* liten nn r 'ay l-li -,i,-u in l;.'" u ', "--orrcsini l ltit :i.l, ? I1'7-, I·vhl t)(;;:(i e if .h > - lto- p- o rrf 'i aiiv a0 ,ofcitficioni , ool t ro ie. businle pot i O litiis"ilt., b~t i ci:" ' a-orrespiiodes;nt nild thle tt'l|r;"i)I 'r,: tio iiiV disiivdi 1iiii i iity ti'b -?b ol"r try ruthlehs y, do lhntel, 'l I 't , resault is nl?.i lhe ie. t 'unr lr?i. iut iln lthl c.ip, anlld sooner - i. ibmon disaifclcd rcoirre i[ti)iil I * reIl. away" after a balt'tli, Ilid" iiui:kin, :n; speed to' the ileinrcl Lctteegril: i ph e. beyond the military conitrol-, d-l!,':ir .hes uncenUsorecd ieiCsaIges uoi !ll.r ao may hal-. been teomllited tio reic'c an the capacn ity o tie...

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ALLESTREE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 October 1914

ALLESTREE. (From a correspondent.) I often hear the remarlk'made, "When are they going to make at starb with the breakwater ?" These people seem oblivious to the fact that such ap un dartaking requires many monthsof hard labor in obtaining and preparing the stone required for such a work, and they simply rely on the statements made by some few, who, having paid a flying visit to tho quarries on a Sunday or some off-day, when work is 'not in progress, pose as "know-alls," leaving, however, the recipients of their infor. mation with but a small idea of the stupendous amount of work required to extract frbmi mother earth some of her vast deposits of stone, suitable for the uses for. which they are required. A vjsit of inspection to the BolWairra quarries, which are within about three: quarters of a mile.from the Gorae sid ing, wou!dbe foiind most interesting and mentally'pi?fitable. They would then see tbabt'vrttially the commenco ment cf the breakwater had taken place some time ago. F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 October 1914

Notice. A LL Stock running on the Mt. Clay Run, A ituated between lHewood and Nnr. fawong, und containng 7,8t6) iere', mustbe emioved within seven iany.s from date, if not lrrocedingi will be takei;. S.H. .MALSE:I'I, Drik Drik. Oct.-12, 1914. Portland Ladies' Patriotlo Fund. S711.1' Members of the above please meet at St. Stephen't Parish-lhall to con linue sewing at 2.30 p.m. on TUESDAY i:lth inist. M. DILLON, Acting Recretary. CAUTION A NY 'Peron utiing or interfering with "i any of the lHiots and gear at. the lioat. harbour and pier without autliority wi4iJbe lir,, I cintCd without relpect to per Portland Hospital. WANTED.--A WARDSMAN (stte agu). Salary £410 lwr year. Ap ilicatio?lns received not later than the 15th aust. Firi?nrticilars apply, . .1. T 1'lTIHOViSIE, Secretary, Helnty street, Oct. 7th, 19!4. Department of 'Public Workg, Mellhbourne, 7th October, 1914. V ENIDERS) will be rec:eivcil until Twelve o lock on'l THUKSDAY, the 22nd Oc ?l>er, 1914, for ltepairi to .Quti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 October 1914

W. HEMER 8 . COACHBUILDER, General Blacksmith,Wheelwright & HorseEhoer A. h bs to thinb his numoions p .trote for their liberal porbt lnth?? ant t notify tiro n 2 I t the p o1ti3 gnirtllv t'ub ii will his otarnt aslm their oonidlenoP by do.,. uniformly good work. New and Second-hand Buggies always on Hand. ,unsmithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repaired Careful attention given to the tyrelng of wheels. Estimates g!ven for all repairs, if required. Soarso-Shooing Striotly AttondoA ta. uoggio of all descoriptions Replired,'kalntal and renewed. tough Repaired (fade Lightest draught. " ' e tR. v r o rple and gtrong, They C-nnot go Wrong. 6tplt great thing to ei achine,-ep elealfy when ynl n the coutryl and ?ave II . ttyPourElet. WARD BROS. LMachlnes have fewer parts than adz other-nothtog to get out of order. round crheaper than otera We pay oreight to your station orantee vrery machone-and let YOU have it on easy terms. I Write for illrutrated Catalog-pot tr...

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THE WAR. ANTWERP TAKEN. Sunday night. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 October 1914

THE WAR. S[Reuter'v Cablegrams.] ANTWERP TAKEH. Sunday night. The Allies defeated a great German army in the Lille dis rict'and Buthure. The Germans are retreating a complete rout, going north-east. The British captured thotsands. The French mowed down whole divisions. The German transport has broken down aloigf the Northern Belgian lines. Antwerp is apparently doomed to capture by the Germans. They have two hundred large guns throwing great projectiles. The Antwerp Law Courts were destroyed by the bombardment. The Germans lost heavily between the outer forts. iRussia again d-feated .00,000 Get mans in East. Prussia. Tlousaind' of Germs were killed and wounded, be sides ten thousand prison:ers and forty guns captured. Tile llussians have captured Vladis lavofll, Balclejevo and Lyck. One million Russian troops are with in thirty miles of the German fortified tosun of Thorn. The lighting is con tinuous. Tie Japanese in their advance find that tile German inner defences of Tsing-tau, t...

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