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ORIGINAL VERSES. THE KAISER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 October 1914

ORICINAL VERSES. THE KAISER. De'il te4k y'er dour and ugly face, Thou chiefta o' u hlarb'rous race; Aboon them a' ye tak y'er place Ye devil's bairn. O'er getting ye, he'll say a grace As lang's my airnm. Ye'll be nee Kaiser when yo're there, But just the fiend ye were whenhler0, , Mmngr'st frens whp'll never think-to spici WiWh brocht ye there. Iitt in ye're face will ever leer And gar ye stei. The De'il himsel will grit to know . A bigger de'il is now on shorw, And he himisel will hae to go A wee bit lower. And may he tind ta fren or so Wllis's no so dlever. Eh! mon, .they'll make ye King o' Hell, An bid ye tak a royal spell Till all yer bairns get there as well. - ,Then ye'll foregather, And listen to the world's farewell To ye condemned for ever.

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Portland Pictures. "NERO AND AGRIPPINA." [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 October 1914

Portland Pictures. "NERO AND AGRtIPPINA.." : Mr. Grant, proprietor of Portlant: Picture', h:s, with coiImmendabl eOn. terprtsn, procured the right to shoiw, which he wi'l do on We duesd ay next, the abovenanted wonderful p:eture. It is ten pa-is and rlepi:s, 740 sceine. The story is as fo'low?:w' Agrippina, the fourth wife of Eim pertr Claudius, by plotting andl poison ing her hushantd, socurrs the throne for hler son, Nero, touthe exclusion of the rightful heir, BD:itannicus, the Emperor' soin.by a fuor;t r wife, Messa lens.' Lnin line Nero, the Enperor of Rome! But it is not lo,g before she repents .tf her ac, 'and ,lts to) place Britannl u4,: herestep-son, on the throne, which is his -right Nero defeats her hb poisoniinegBritantiicus at a banquet. When Britaniticus ?.is dead, Nero, mnonstrous hypocrite that he i,, recites a funeral ode over the a rpse. Scarce is hii step-brother cold, iian Nero plotse to slay his owe m ither, Ag.rippina. He invites his "ad·ared ;tithier" 1) a Nav...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 October 1914

BERXQVS BHAWN!LS Are faken ini'leglectinga simple case of Pilee. Any person takes, serious chances in negleoting an attack of Piles, This ailI ment has a tendency to become chronic. an there is'also danger of ulceration, and forml1g of fieula, both very difficult to cure. The safest remedy for any formt of Piles, whether Irching or Protruding, is Doran's Ointment. It causes no detention from daily occupation, and the many cures made by it have made it famous int every orner of the- world. It enjoys a greater ldemnltd and more enthuris?tic popularity tits:: any o'her Pile remedy placed inm the market. Mr. T. Bush. late of lHenty .;'tree', Portland, and is now, keeping the Ori terion Hotel at Coleramne. soy,:-"Teo years ago Do?e,'s Ointment cured me of itchitg PPles,. atd I am will- free of thlt terrible ailment. For five years I had been affcred, a?tad not hiUg gave me relief, though I tried various.remedies If there is. any worse ailmetnt than Itching Piles I don't know it, fir, whe...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HAMILTON STOCK MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 October 1914

HAMILTON STOCK MARKET Fat Sheep.-We report a yardihg of 100 ewes and wethbr,, including a Inrger proportion of prime slheep than jest week, and about 100 spring loaiL. Thlre was a fair attendirnnci of the Iccal tiade, but bidding was slaick Itroughour, as the yarding was in ex. ,eIss of rt quirtients and eisiiir iatea "were accepted ?Iowever, 6o00 sold lau.der Ithe hanllner, ind i' most of ihe n,tlers found buyers privately -Quota tionr--Shorn sheep-Shropshir e t es, jsimne, 15/8: do. 2-tooth, 14/; do. good, 33/; with mixe d ewes and wethers, 3/ll; do. ewla, primn, 13/ to 1.1/l; do. good, 11/6 to 12/; ce rchbaclck thei 3"I/G to 12/; do. , w's, 9/6 to 10/10; fiu 2nerir.o wtlethl, 9/3 to 11/; kilhelr, 7/; ;prizng Ilmbs; 10/6. do., not shorn, 10/ -i 11/6; snial:er. 7/6 to 9'/; good comel a3ck wehc es, ntl. thorn, tots, 18/9; ,;hers, 16/ to 17/; do. killers. 10/4. Store A ter-.Abut 1300 caise to stand, inclucing> merio wlthelr s, cross :?8ed knitls saol ra·s, with lambs at :oot 'Ther...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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STRANGER THAN FICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 October 1914

STRANCER THAN FICTION. (BY PETER.) Peter hereby gives notice that wheri the next candidate for the-Legislative. Assembly addresses an LC. Bean. audience he will ask:--'In view of!the fact that the last referendum on the subject of religious instruction in State schools was negatived by the people, and if we must have another referen. dum would it no'l be as effective and far more fair to all concerned to sugeest the reaching of some simple ru'es em bodying a moral'standard that Pro testants, Catholics, Jews,. Agnostics and all other denominations could' sub scribs to without connecting 'it with supernatural beings and places that many doubt the existence of, and about the character of which there is far more difference of opinion than iun aninity?" The consistent conservatism of the L C.Beans can he gauged by the fact that altho-ugh younz cattle can now be bought for five bob a head, most of them are still carefully rearing the ekimtndlk steers. They have. always done this, and if c...

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 — 26 October 1914

PATRIOTIC FUND. Previous'y acknowledged £181 4 0 Mrr. J. T'. lUismnith 1 1., 0 W. Vivin ... .. 0 10. 1ir and hMrs. IleIry Day 1. 1 U Warrant Ollicer.Jones 1 1 0 lre. Jones .. 010 6 Portland Club .. ... 10 10 0 A. KE. Fieldiig.. ... I 1 0 ~nJ Wilson .. . ... 1 1 0 Idarni ton Allen ... 2 0 ,Jas O'Brien .. ... 0 5 0 Vr. COnpht lt ... ' ... 2 2 0 AbAm. Johnston ... 0 10 0 Mrs. II. Peters ... ... 0 5 0 lhs. l1. J. Bruce .. 2 2 0 Yortland Duoough Council 25 0 0 ]troceeds Narrawong concert per L,. Stunufrd .. 6 16 0 L. Stanford ...O 10 0 1). Living'tone .. ... 0 10 0. A. ,E. lh Cobe . ... 10 0 ?Alx iMcCubhin ... 0: 10 0 .arr'arwong collections per "W. UDlgliesh ...lW ... 21. 0 tiev. and Mrls- Cuthbert ... 2 2: 0 )L. C..Canpbell: . 1.. 0 Johdn Iyles. I ., 0. Mr. and Mrs. Tardrelw 1 1 0 itr .ownsend ... . 0 10 6 bliss C. L. 1rown ... 0 l0 I1Ir. and Mrs. 1i. J. lIiseod 1 1 0 Card collections per Mr. S. '. Purnell ... ... 3 0 6 .BEI.oIAN l?lr.:i FUIND.: Anaouoat r viously acknow Idg d ... .2 1...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 October 1914

THEY SAY . " That there' is a deplorable lack of uniformity in the legislation in force in the different States of the Common wealth for controlling trade and the prices of commodities during the war. Every day it becomes more imperative that the powers df the-National Parlia-i ment should be increaeed. . That the notorious German cruiser: Emden has surpassed her previous du bious record by sinking a Tasmanian dredaenough,. That it does not redound to: the credit cf Australia that she has to im port the dredges she requires, instead of building them here. 'l'hree dredges sank on their way out' some twelve months aso. That it will' be something gained fronli the war if it teaches Australia the necessity of manufacturing for her: self a good many things that she nos imports. That the generous and amiable sug: gestion that our unemployed should be shipped off to fightithe Germane meets with endorsement every day. It is in fact a popumar Liberal sentiment. That the Mayor of Ballarat (Or...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 October 1914

' 1:T .TATED.-A geod., phin L'ook nnu t Ho.tisetinmid Waitrr..s. G>odl sni)e.. liordon Hlotel. h'ANTEDT -A Py tio deliver pai'nes; » l out,?ide Mchool lhour'. Applyd tihis v.ttict -. - lt SiALE- Wlito l, li'gti I':-- ft1:0 SIz"e fowl -. i' t! dtoen. lunlectiloni 5eniled. A,1ily W. II. ,Jon,,s, Polrtlhiid. lARlE',ER waiits work lvy lay (r <iol tmrat. (iirdhni laid out,, andI fen.hig <st'wm Alilifl "Oy hervrl,,' atllRI .. YIOLl:NTEER8 wanted ftr Expedi Stioil ry Force. Apply.I. I.. Wyatt, Alavyor._________ Silt'N NING'S Fan -,n Srreeds. -Frtm | tri, nly your MlanI:gill Sedt. Field. t'lnlt.t. (;iltdeln .ct>1d nilld Luiwn ;ri stes at I. V. G. Smithli's. grocer, P'ercytlreeti, ~artland Freezing Works. "t ' E are preparediil i. Ithy lFresh I;\ . Ill ,'S. it 4'1. per l.i for l< rgr, d.e 2lirexii aO the W\i'rkH. Tb rPortland Co-operative Butter Factory Company. NOTIC;, TIE .Dseclll d (;entrnLl Meeting of Shaire lholders,,of thle above Coulltiany will. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 October 1914

W. HEMERS.. -, . Gel, l tBlw T lksnnth, fheelwright & I orse: ost PERCY TRIEET; POLTLAND. :' Ri. bo?s?to th-ec his nu merous patrons for their liboral ou port in th' l t. i fyt , 'n - 1 r4 " 'ie "etly- v heet ibwillhis oi'alunt im heir oonfidalne by do. ouniformly good work. ',So, vniiSoeon.:lhaid BIggloa.always on Haud. ,unemithing.Done, and all kinds of Agricitlural Implements Roepalre Careotil aittention giveni to the tyroing of wheels otimates gilrn for all rcpairs; if required. nrso-Shooing Strictly" Attando to..,, PBggio of all decrciption, R3p irod, faintai ? ,? roenwed. . lugh RTepohired Made Lightest draught. Do Simple and Strong, ' They Cannot o Wrong. No Siplen and Strong, 6 !m ylcity L%-& great thing in a r-?ogo mach ne,-erpecially when you lie in the country and havre t" to it yourself. WARD BROS. Machines have fewer parts than iei y ot1er-nothing to get out of tWe pay freight to your station- garantee everyo machine-and let youhave it on easy terms. Wri...

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THE WAR. Sunday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 October 1914

THE WAR. [ Rleuter's Cablegramns.j Sunday aftern'on. Three German batteries wereh de. stroyed on the North Aisne. A German column advancing to Dulnkir was eltirely:wiped out by the Britis fleet on one silde and the Iel gialns on the other. The Belgian army, on the offensive, are fighting under cover of the fleet. The Belgians.enveloped the German right wing, and inflicted enormous loss. on the etmemy. The fightingin the vicinity of Nieu port is -marked with extraordinary violence. The greatest battle of the wal is rIaging between Lille and Dunkirk. It: is a life or deiath battle for. thoe Ger irans, as the result will determine any - futllt.lle'-rloperations ill Franee. It is considered by Geoneml French tllhat the battle will only finish whIea one or the other is exhaustetd. The Allies' left is barely able to withstand 'Germany's -awful pressuare without reinforcements today, but the Allies defeated the Germans betwecn' Lille and ArmeltiePca. Tho British warships lare now abrellst....

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HENLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 October 1914

H.sar.- Out. 0 elhorno c?rrc Spondent wires thI; " Henly-on-the-l' YarII r ws not upi o:foinrdiye'uyLs; but dcepite the droughat; r, rand 100 in the shad', itl wsan.maignificont and gor geous. The night w.es ,enic.1lilke, The contests were close.; ?<:'r AIPrI'I T'I1a DI nouOL l' S?l l Though considering thit ~'fl8 secson in -North 1eid Victorill is piret pravtinL for, 1[l'. Hunt, 'onomnlorwealth 'liooilo.o glst1 says thie people Ohave everly, 'la. 'o to hope? that next yes' will be favor. able. The season full )wing i drought, anod particularly Ia suvero drought, he esxphl:nel, has I eon marked in Atus. tenlit by abundaut rains. The dr'ought of 1888 was follow?ed by one of the wettest years on record. " WNc: rs, of Edison phoolllgral)ps please note tlhalt wo have lauded. it ahuge supply of tile New Unbreakable l1ea Aisll Records. NSow is your Opportunity to selcct choice ieclerds it To'Jf'I ullos., 'The Talking Mlsechiue Storei," Blctinck street. TRAGEoDY AT MIREI?INO.-Ja...

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 29 October 1914

Fostal rZ&E8nrncrbz BEVIb?ED 10 DATl. Maulasur the andermeationed offices close at rortlandlas follow:--I ararat and Auglaide 7.60 am 7.60.a n. m 7.t6 anl : an Iatrat .... 7.60 am 7.60am -m 7.60a n 7.11' eree ... 9pm 9pm I :. ? . Branxholme . 7.60 am 7.50 am 7.60 a m7.560 a I .l ?" • aoserton ... -- 7.0 am 7.0 am 7.60 a 1 7.60 na I!n . Cape Bridgowater - 9 am a n.m Cape Nelson .2 m Cuokatoo Valley ... (luorth Portland) j 8.60 an I 8.(, a . Co.trington - I pm 9 pm lm .iA. " Unturaine ... ... 7.60 am 7.60 am 7.b6u aU. 7.50 t in 7.am nl - t.dab ... .~ 7.10 a m 7.50 am 7.50 am 7.0 a n, 0 7.6 I ua Dartmoor 7.60 am 7.61' n" int Urit 7.0-m7. iaglish M?ail,Wedne. 7.am , days, 7.5J a,m.. ( ,re .8.60 am 8 50 a 0 litmilton ... - 7.50 am 7.60 am 7.50 am 7.50an.l 7 D( am .LL I` lisy wood .. r 7.60 am 7.50 am 7.60 am 7.O0am 7.0 am **" Ientbruck... .. 7.60 a m 7.6( a n, L C Bridgewater - 9 am 9 a.m Lyos .. ... 7 60 a n: 7.C(.a m 1.ibouLrn _.- -. 7 50 am 7.50 am 7.50 m 7.60 am 7.50 a O M :r...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 29 October 1914

PATRIOTIC FUND. P'uevious'y acknowledged £181 1 0 Alr. J. TT.N Uismith I 1 0 WV. Vivin ... .. 0 10 6 Ir and viMr,. Ilenry Day 1 1 U Warrant Officer Jones 1 0 -M-rs. Jones ... ... 0 10 0 IuPrtiand Club' ... ... 10 10 0 -A E. Fielding ... ... 1 1 0 Ja4 Wilson ... ... 1 1 0 Flami ten Allen 2.. ~ 0 Jas O'Brien • ... ... O 5 0 Dr. Camph II ... ... 2 2 0 Abrii. Johnston ... 0 10 0 vlrs. I. Peters . ... 5 0 rsi. i. J. Bruce ... 2 2 0 A'ortland Ioroulv, Council 2. 0 0 i'rocveds Narrawong concert plr L. Stanford .... 16 0 ,. .Sinfsd ... 0 10 0 71. Livings one ... ... 0 10 0 A. . McC,1b.u ... 0 10 0 Alex MlcCubbin 0... 10 0 int'rirwong collections per 1,V. Dalgliesh ... . ... '1 1 : 0 t11ev. and Mr's- Cuthbert ... 2 0 M. C. Caunpbell 1. 1 0 Joil ?tyles ... .. . 1 1 0 .ALr. and llrs. Ta'rdrew ... 1 1 0 Itr. Townsend ... .... 010 6 IVliss C. L. Brow ... 10 Gl "ir.. anid M]'s. T. J. Milsetd 1 1 0 Card collections per Mr. S. '1'. Purnell . .. 31 0 6 ) BI'I.latN IFltie I·UI. Anmnout I r viously ac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 29 October 1914

war uorresponaents as .t Spies. . Theo ar correspondent has falls a evil day and n the "Nineteent l*Ontary" lWilliam Maxwell gives th taider an inside view of the cause * -hioh have led to this depreciation the writeor's personal oxpcriences 'en ablo him to speak with authority, anm *-h first notes that "the telegraplh ha snade the correspondent a menace t "ha army which ha may have every de lire to serve." In practice he says it works out ii this way: The purpose of an army being to lefoat the enemy, not to proride inl -teresting "copy' for newspapers. tui jommander iit the field snakes it hi business to piut obstacles boucenl Iu "aorrespondient and thle lelegiraip unit 3?l may disilharge his duty to Ilis cn..I try ruthlessly or delicatily. biut i :result is always the sa:me. \\'ar lbre.i 'ant in the camlp, anlld stioncr or lI.et Done disalfeted cllrrlelspinllellt °l't'llnn 'way" after a battle, and imaing HI spoed to the leanrest tule)grash tihi ,l, detlyond tile military coitrol,...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 29 October 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. The ollowing is a list o tolephone'atati and chargea:- hame Fi. 3mins. Additional °fITown Convorsation, amiss. "lranxllolme tbd 6d 13yaduk lr 9d (Cape Fe!on 24 2d Cavendish ls - 9d "Casterton via Branxholme Is 9d Casterton via Hamilton aIn 4d Is Coleraine Is 4d In Condah ' 6d 5d Croasley Is 9d Dennington 1j 94 Digby, via Branxholmo Is 9d Dunkeld Is Vd Glenthompson Is 4d In Hlawkcsdelo s]l 9d Hamilton ls 9d I'Heywood 2d 2d Kentbruck 6d Sd Kirkstall Is 9d Koroit Is 9d Lake Bola Is 10d 1 2d Macarthur ls 44 les $Slerino, via Branxholne ls 9d Morino, via Hamilton Is 4d Is Mount Gambler Is. 9d bloyno Falis Ie 9d Myamyn 6d 54 Narrawong 2d 2d Nelson 8d 8d Penshuret Is 9d Port Fairy 8d Sd Port McDonne ls 4d Is Ripponhurab Is 9d Tyr.cndarra 3d 3d Yambuk 6d 5d • Wallacedal d 6d Warrnambool Is 9 Wickliff a }0d ls 2 Woolathorpe Is 9d Feo for messenger call, any person dind within one mile-3d. •Note.-Branxholeo coses from p.m. to 4 p.m. daily, and on Wednesday rom noon ...

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HAMILTON STOCK MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 29 October 1914

HAMILTON STOCK MARKET Fat Shecp.-We report at yarding oi 600 ewes and wethe r,, including; a Jargor profortion of prime cheep lthan ast week, and alout 100 spring la, bs. "ThI e was fair attlenl(!,ce of the local trade, but bidding was slack t-hroughout, .as the yarding was in ex crPFsof requirements asod eaneier rate:. ,were accepted Howaver. 600 solhl uander lheo hmmer. antd most of thel others found Iayoas privately -Quala tione- Slhrn -leep-Shlropshiel ea wes, oa ielic, 15/8: do,. 2- oath, 1,1!; do. good, 33/; with nmix dl ewes and wether., J3/11; dI,. re ws, pimn, 13/ to 14/I; dt,. n,,od. 11/la8 12/; ctanoback awe' bes 11/6 to 12/: do. ewes, 9/G to 1a/10; alo aneril.o aethels, 9/3 0o 11/; kal:ers, 7/: .ring huntls, 10/6 do., not shorn, 10,, in 11/6: smaller, 7/6 to 9/; good comne -nck wetllhers, nlt shorn. tors, 18/9: -others, 16/to 17,'; do. kllbrr. 10/1. Store shcep-Abut 13(00 came to arnd, inclucing, merino wet lets, c'raas t·red atmis and ewes, witl latabs at ioot T'Ire wat...

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THE WAR. Thursday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 29 October 1914

THE WAR. [ Reuters Cablegramius.j Thursday Morning. There has been fierce fighting, with advantago to the Allies. The French was successful on the enemy's right, after desperate assaults. Germany has sufnlred huge losses. The Allies drove the German left wing into Lorraine. The Allies are holding their own in Western Belgium. The, Russians successfully repulsed the Germans in East Prussia. The Germans were forced to Ictreat to Allundrie, on the Vistula. losing 50 ollicers and 3000 inen, besides eight cannon arid machine guns. By. occupying Lodz the Russians threaten the whole German line of comnluuications. The Allies drove the Germans across the Yser. The British took thousands of prisoners,a vwhole battery and several machine gui's. Turkey talks of 'annexing Albania The Allies inlligted terrible losses on the enemy eleven miles from Bi'uges and along the coast. Three hiundred and eighty-seven carriages filled with German wounded passtd through Os tend alter Sunday's fighting. Gene...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 29 October 1914

Jo?N De?LIANE, aged 10, sitS of Austin Delaney and E'hel Delaney. was found by bis sisters in bed with histhroat out. The fether, who is a horse train r. had left for work at 5,a.m. The gils ran from the house and informed the nieighbo'r., who caPled the police in. The mother was was arrested on a charge of murder. She admitted having killed her son ,on account of religion." lTuE total ?of the "Hospital Sunday collections at Melbourne is expected to reach £11,000. inr Alexander Peacpok has arranged to deli'er' his policy speech at Ores wick on November 7th. NEVER HESITATES TO RECOlMMEND1 THFVT. ' "My daudglhtet MsfftN ' with indligoeioui and .triCd llanY?Y'retnediea without ?etting roief," writes Mrs E- J.. Osbourne. Speitu v y Se {?dt, Clifton Hill, ýe, " .+ ? t ,?tsban'sTj ld rii -,tdck TaIdýised'htr .to'try..them,;which leie di . betting f " dig ate' seli f. 'I taklib Chamberlain's' T'lolets my el'. and find they are the best medicine of their kind that it is possible to get." So...

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Borough Council WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 29 October 1914

Borough Council WEDNSDAAY, OTonBER 28. Present-The Mayor (Cr. Wyatt) and Crs. Williamson, Woods, Snitl, Marshall, Couch and Davis. Apologies for absened, due to indis. position, were received from Crs. Han. Ion and Miller. CoInnesPoYND?CE From Naval Staff, elbduhilne, offer. ing, for decorative purposes, the obse lete 4-barrel Nordenfelidt;iiaclchine gun and fittings, now at hPr ihad.A-e cepted, conditionally h.< expense heifig incurred for renh')j:.'-. Teom W Walpole, liing cir cienistances in which hli ~ offsupply f o ni5nm his meter.-1ieeeived " 1Eri ai T. Pithotise, seccetary Port. Hla spital, asking for use of Henty Pail fiki carnival on hlst Wednesday, and;Thir. day of Jiinuary."'- anted Friom Railway Dipartmentr(perbr; Campbell, M.L A.), adhering to its former refusal to accede to a request for opening Otway street east.-It was decided to refer the matter to th? Executive of the Municipal Associa. tion. From Jilmes Lutge, abandoning his contract for spalls for Hent...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DROWNING FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 29 October 1914

DROWNING FATALIT Y.-A sad drown ing fatality occurred at Byaduk on Saturday evening, the victim being a highly respected young resident, Mr. Newton Georg-, popularly known as "Alf.," 18 years of age Together with about ten companions he left. the store on Saturday. nibht about 10.30, and went to Mr. Peter Fraser's dim, which is about 80 yards across, three-quarters of a mi'e from Byaduk. Young George with two others, was in the water first, and b- apparently started to swim acroes. His mates heard him calling for help, and they ran around, but could see no trace of him. They searched till about midnight, then abandoned the quest until the following day, when the body was discovered about ten o'clock in eight fretof water. The dam is fairly full of reeds, and it is supposed that the young men be. came entangled in these. He had been employed by Mr. Retallack at the Werrangoult dairy, his parents living at Bayswat r. Two of his uncles are Mr. George, of C~sterton, and Mr. Donald Coutt...

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