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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 November 1914

OwNERs of Edisonon pnogiaps please ,iotothat we halvo laided a largo supply d.ftiu" Nbw Uubroaknbloe B'ue. Ajuberol RecOrdss.: 'Now" is: your .oppoEtunity'et solect choice :Records a? ToV6." .BlTho.; 'Thc'Talkiig MBschinie Store," Bgntiiclk .strcb. ' OiTE WOQPD fl TIME Isb tferthan.woafterwards. A cIhance td profit by another's exporionce It Isa. strange tiing how people will put away and opportunity until. toolateo. It's oily little things thatego to makeup our every.day life; the trouble is we don't pay aufiloent attention to them. Backache is a little thing. Somnetimes it come. after a haid day's work, or a slight cold. "It will pass off", you say, "it's only the result of overtaxing the back." Is isn't the fault of your back, but your kidneys. The exertion of straining has interfered with their delicate mechanism. You call it backache, but it really is kidney ache. If the kidneys are not relieved, chronic disorders set in, and this is where the little thing should not be passed ...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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STATE LABOR PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 November 1914

STATE LABOR PLATFORM. Mr. Elmslie, leader of the State Op position, announced the.Labpr party's palicy at the South: Melbdurne town hall on Thursday evening. After a review of the expiring Parliament's work and the promises made by the four Liberal Governments since 1911, he announced his programme, the main features of which were a redistribution of Assembly seats to. provide three single e!ectorates for every constituency of the House of Repesentatives, mak ing 63 in all; adlult suffrage for the Legislative Council, with triennial elec tions; the abolition of State Governors; compulsory enrolmnent of electors; the restoration of-full political rights to State employe'; thie establishment of an. agricultural bank; a vigorous ad ministratibn in all departments and the encouragement of all producing in dustries; repeal of the land tax and the substitution of a progressive land tar, with an exemption down to £500; irrigation extension, water conserva tion, the maintenance of the free,...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 November 1914

THEY SAY" . That the Oastorton district has con. tributed upwards of fifty men to the Odmmonwealth: expeditionary forces. That the landscape has taken on a bew conipleiion since the splendid rain on Friday night. That the Borough Councll has ae cidentally stumbled upon a solution of the water supply problem. The arte sian bdres at South, West' and North Portland' are just:the thing. That thuo Defenoe Departmnent's con ception of art is a prin one. I has off?ercd the Council more obsolete guns for ''decorative' purposs; ' SThati the cannon which 'look down so menacingly upon the bay from Battery Hill should be removed.. They are utterly useless and might endanger the town by drawing an :enemy's fire. Thab the West Australian State elections are likely to make both par ties even and cause a political dead lock. "'bThat Frederick Saunders, of Narra wong, farmer, who died on August 11, left under a will dated September S. 1911, rea! estate valued at £2010, and personal property valued a...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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AUSTRIAN ASSASSINATIONS. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 November 1914

AUSTRIAN ASSASSINATIONS. London, Friday. The trial has been concluded at Serajevo of the conspirators concerned in the plbt which resulted in the assas sination of the Archduke Fraieis Per dinand of Austria and his morganaicde wife, the Pr.ne-ss of Hohenberg, at Serajevo in July last. Five of the prisoners were sentenced to death. The actual as-assi, the youth Princip, and his associate, Cab rinovitch, were sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment. Nine oehers were sentenced to terms of servitude rang ing fromi three to taenty years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 November 1914

ANTEL)-A good, plain Cook and Housemaitd Waitress. Goodl w-ages. Gordon HIotel. ,TOLUNTEIERS wanted fr Expedi tionary Force. Apply .T. Ti. Wyatt, -1ayor. -. RIlUNNING'S Famous Seeds.--rFar -? erl's,ly yolur Mlnp hld Seted, Field rrlt,,ts, (larden seed tand TL?awn (inesses at W. Y. G. Smith's, grocer, Percy streett ieortland. Portland Freezing Works. W E ilre prepared in Iuiy Frtlh i:AB-h BITS, at 4d. per Ioir for large, de -'irereul nao the Wrklts. Crioket _ MEETING uf the Portland Cricket SCluhil will le held at Mlac's Hotel on ItIurshdy night at 8 o'clock. K. ANDERSON, lion. SeC. Estate of Ann Jerrett, deceased., EI)DN'ESDAYT , 4th NOVEMI EII, at 2 t'chltok. On thle premiises, l'ltmer stret. Furniture Sale. J IL. WYATI and (Co, under instruc. . tions ftromt the Unlion li Trustee Co., veillnell bIy piublic auction Furniture and : IBects in thle tboe e.stte. SALE, NOVEMlItR 4. - Toreiis Ctsl .i i'ostmaster.Geanetil's lDepartmltent, . iolboirnne, 22nd Oct., 1914 ' IIITThEN olferrs wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 November 1914

~: 2t WN. HEMERSU O0RCIHBUILDER, Geperal Bladksmflth, Wheelwright & Horse hoer their oonfldeOOe by do. uniformly, good work. Nwaind Sodobid-haand Biggeos always on Hand. suosmitht1n Ponea, and oil kinds of Agiricuturai lmnpiomeuts Repafred Careful a~ttenton given3 to tho tyreing of wohoolo. Etimates given for oil repairo, if required. Bagoof all cesoriptionfl P.p'irrr, 'uintoI sari roenwod. iough Rc~flired M1aio. Lighteot draught. 6 " o (Sfutopte and ILtrond, They Cnnot go Wrong. f?lmpllv'ty fa a great thing In a ei ip anin- machlne,-especially when ?1 youie I llfn trte counttry and -e ? ti tx tyourelfl. WARD PROS. It.chlne. hbae fewer porta than t ollLther--nottthlg to ge ot of |?[ rdlr. Pouude cheaper thann othecrs We pay freight to your stnatloo ? ?arantee e nerymacoe-d im rtt Y[ ou bave itous easy ters.? nc Swrite tor illtotroted Catalog--ot ? taecflnes ot all eck repalreo , N aedleand'lsndts suflia or an d tbtanFtioe.3 Youtlr reatmiend bt the dLaweence po Icte n ouod5it...

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HAMILTON STOCK MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 November 1914

HAMILTON STOCK MARKET F~b Sheep-We report the yarding of 730 nood to prime sheep, including 130 lamb·, which proved rather many for local requirenments, and in conse. quence prices on the whole were easier than last week, with very slack compe tition st the tinjlsh. Owners,. however, met the market, 600 soelling under tihe hammter and utost of the others prl vately. Quotations - Prime Lincoln ewes, 15/9; do., 2-tooth, 11/10; cross bred wethers, prime, 13/5; do, good, 10/7 to 11/5; do, ewes, 9/2 to 10/7; odd sheep, 12/9; merino wether., good. 8/ to 9/6; do, medium, 5/8 to 6/8; killers, 4/arid 4/6, with ewes, 4/7 to 4/9; come back ewes, 6/3; spring lambs, prime Shlroshire lambs 12/, crossbred do 9/7 to 9/8, smaller 6/2 to 7/. Store Shee;-Only a couple of lots came to hand, and of thee let cross lambs brought 5/3, and oomeback ewes. wibh lambs all counted. 2/2. Fat Catt'e-17 head of fair to good cows, with a few light steers and hei fere, were offered, and met a fair market our der the...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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SOLDIERS' LUXURIES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 November 1914

SoLnutns' LuU'nlOs.-Fullowing is the list of donors of fowlsu nd eggs send on Fridriy for wounded soldiers in London hospitals. Ihe rest will be culled foI- during the wcek when crates arrive :-Fuwls rcccived from Messrs. Langley, Blmak, Kittson, Kenney, Tay. lor, M1cNeilly, Middleton, J. Pill, Lightbody, A. Adsmnson, Upton, Tuck, Foyle, S. Couch, Shinls, Ilardie, Blen son, A Prateson, Donulul J. Coucl. -W. Ievtt. .Eggs- Mesdoines Gsly, Donaul, littson, Townsend, blurt, Wutson, Johns, K. Smith, Mlurch, Di mond, McNeilly, TIcylor, Dawkins, W. Lesett. GouAe RAILhwAY RsinExscp Ten. dci's will be receirednill the. 1lth No veiner for thoipercliis6 end remeoval: of railwayc resimdenc ait Orni-e.. See advt. Tsnniure DcsiiynUriloN. - Mr-. Stiff, rabbit inspector, continues to find the use of strychnined carrots highly ellica. cious in the destruction of rubbits. At Myamnyn recor.t~ly he counted 815 deed rabbits from the laying of 11 bags of carrots, which had beeis treated with 2oe. of stry...

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

COTIDS CON 'I'II I ('l IEST. ''1I?3' little son Ols a grlet , sttlnIrer frlom -iad coldo oh the che.t ,"''- y-Mr. Gronlow, htaution St., 3eymour1 . Vw. "At times - 1u was no had that he would Ih just chlik i.ngfoi breath aid ]nothing I tlietd forhit "grellLd tf give himl relief. I was recont 'wtuled to try Clumherliniu', ('ugh Rem ?ad iln oneo night I noticed aII imlrlovove anent. Now I give it to hinm ita I oo (11ny ai/Ign ofda cold d ie he i..i irn alright A?igii. I would not hle wit hut a hottle t" Chamblerilin' Cough hienedly in nmy ..onle," NoJj ,y Thoium?son Brake and Co "Bulldog" and "Imperial" brands of Binder Twines carry with them- the advantages to their users of a finn guarantee as to both length and quality. The guarantee we give to users is as follows: Quality--Made strictly of "Good Fair Average" New Zealand Hemp. Length-W-Iill average 450 ft. io the lb. Strength-- Will average more than 90 Ilk breaking strain \ Tare-Not to exceed 1Q lb. per bale. WVei!ht-Every bale t...

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

HAMILTON STOCK MARKET Et Sheep-We report, the yartling .rof 730 good to prime sheep, including 330 lambt, which proved rather miony for local requiremelns, and in cunse. quince prices on the whole were easier Shat1 last wiek, with vi ry slack coiupo tition at the tinish. Ownots, however, zoet the market, 600 erlling under the lbimmer and motst of the others prt. ratvly. Quotations ---Prime Lincoln *.wes, 15/9; do., 2-totth, 11/10; cross. Ared wet.hers, prime, 1.H/5; do, good, 79o7 to 11/5; do, ewes, 9/2 to 10/7; odd isieep, 1?/9; mterino wetlhro, good. 8/ to 9/6; do(, mediumI , 5/8 toI /8; hill, s, 4/aj d 4/0, with uc ed, .1/7 to i4/9; cotnl lback ewes, 6/3; spring lambs, prime Zhropshie lambnhs 12/, cressbied do .9/7 0o 9/8, smfller 6/2 to 7/. Store Sheol.-Only a couple of lots -came to hanr'd, and of there lat cross lambs brought 5/3, and atneback ewes. uih lutnbs all counts d, 2/2. .Fat Cnttle-17 head of fair to gi ol owse, aitlt a few light strees andho t fern, were t ffered, an...

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

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. The ollowing in a lint of telephonostati and charges: Name Fi. 3mine. Additional oflTown Conversation. 3mins. *Iranlxholmo ibd 6d Biyaduk le 9d Cape Fe!.on 2d 2d Cavendish Is 9, *Casterton via Blraixholme in 9d Casterton via Homilton Is 4d la Coloraine Ia 4d Is Condah! 6d 5d Crosslc- Is 9d Dennington 1.1 91 Digby, via Branxbolme 1s 9d Dunkeld la 9d Glenthompoon Is 4d In Hawkeadele lev ] 9d Hamilton Is 9d [Heywood 2d 2d Kentbruck Od 5d Kirkstall is 9( Koroit Is 9d Lake Bola ls 10(d 2d Macarthur Is 4d la $Merino, via lranxholrre Is 9d Merino, via Hamilton la 4d nl Mount Gambler ls 9d Mloyno Falls las 9d ?lyamyn 6d 5. Narrawong 2d 2d Nelson 8d 6d Penslourst Is 9d Port Fairy 8d 6d Port McDonne ls 4d In Ripponhurst la 9d Tyrendarra 8d 8d Yambuk 6d 5d *Wallacedal 8d 6d Warrnambool Is 9d Wickliff l 104 l 2 Woolethorpe is 9d Fee for messenger call, any person dind within one mile-3d. 'Note.--Branxholre closes from p.m. to 4 p.m. daily, and on Wednesday rom noon to...

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BOWLING [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 November 1914

BOWLINC Following is the draw for the first round, to he played )y the 18th inst., for tho Prcsident's trophy. The player on left to arrange. JEntries for Cllinpion, Mr. Drew's trophy.and Pairs Malltch closo on Friday, 6th inst- . R. lcLean . S Rev. T'it , J Dotter 8 TG Kciller W Tihomson ... JPurnell 8 SNicholson . 12 R Hollard 7 A EJones ... JLWyatt 10 AV Jones J Overend 7 H Day g O oeren . 2 DrSlenm a S.. H Day R Burnett ... 8 JStanton ... J. Wiltshi 9 Kenny ... 15 R sv oulter 1* 3 J Adam.n 2 l Naismith 7 S Lo Cocq . 15 W Bennett 1 pO'Donnell.. SWrih 3 WTruran . J Cauphell 7 J Row R A Canmpbell 7T Cruso FDimond 9 9 W Harb F Burb H. Fronech -S '.I1 Murphy ,,7 C Smith .1 D Ferguson 7.. .O1Jone 2 WFerguson ".;'? 'AFielding , V Dillon '9 F Marshall :.1,

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

.PATRIOTIC FUND The Mayor (Cr. J;. L. Wyatt) desires to ecknowledge the following done. turns: Amount previously ac knowledged ... 311 0 1 Portland Wharf Laborers' Union ... ... 5 0 00 Portland Methodist Sun day School 3 .0 0 A. . B. ' 00 _'ortland Public Tennis. : Club ... . 1 0 TMrs. F. Mal'tvn . 10 6 James Pill ... ... 010 6 R. J. Trelonr ... 0.. 10 :6 A. J. Adamlson . 0 10 6 S. Couch 0. 5 0 I:.LIAN Riei' ;; FU ?D. Amount previously : knowledged .... 11 0 Mr. and Mrs J. Benson , 1 0 .Sons and Daughters of Temperance .. 1S 0 ifaster J. Blenson .0 2. 6 :Total £11 7 6 iRED Coss "Fuo. Amount previously a •. knowledged 0 2 6 Sons anid Dauighters" of TemperInceIu. 0 13 0 . : 'Total 0 15 6 iroICToRAN Prult'ric Fu?icn 0 2 .G

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THE WAR. Thursday morning. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 November 1914

THE'_ WAR. [ Reuter"s Cablegrams.] Thursday morniring. The Austro-German armies are i.e. treating from Poland and show signs of demoralisation. They are forced to fight rearguard aorions, and thousands arie being captured. War has been commenced against Turkey. The Allies will tackle tht Dardanelles. Martial law has been proclaimed in Egypt. A squadron of light German cruisers tackled the British cruiser Hale'yon who escaped. British warships canto and the Germans cleared off, but dropped mines, one of which destroyet a British destroyer. A large German merchantman was captured and towed into Queenstown. The vessel was loaded with nitrate. Felations have been broken off be tween Servia and Turkey. The Belgians, aided by Zelect, re pulsed the Germans and captured three heavy guns near Nieuport. The Allies have made progress at the Yser river. Although the Germans, apparently hold a strong position with a great force near Ypres, the Kaiser has ordered the headquarters back to Cao. tra...

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THE KAISER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 November 1914

THE KAISER. fMr. Barry Pain, under the titbi of 'The Kaiser and God,"publishes Lth"iol lowingscathing verse: Led by Wilhehnl as you tell, God has done extremely well; You, with patronising noil,' Show that you approve oi God. Kaiser, face a question new-.. This-Does God approve of youi' Kaiser, when you'd kneel in prayer, Look upon your hands, and there Let that deep and awful sttlin From the blood of children slain B3urn your very soul with shame, .i4, Till you dare not breathe that Name That now you glibly advertise God as one of your allies. Iumpious braggart. you forget; God is nto your conscript yet; You shall learn in dumb Uamaze T'lihat his ways are not your ways. That the mnire thirough which you trod Is not, the high white road of God. To whom, whichever way the combat r lls, We, light;iig to the end, comniend: our' souls.

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THE WAR. Monday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 November 1914

THE WAR. [ Reuter's Cablegrams.] Monday Morning, The enemy mado violent attacks against the British at Labssse, but 0as rcpulsed. ,'ri Allies have advanced at several pleavy German reinforcements, with ,ie guns, are moving towards the coast notrh of Ostend. Tihe Germans crossed the Yser at ,,reat loss of life, but were forced to retreat. The British troops are acting on the. offensive against superior German forces in Northern France I The German army south of Warsaw is said to be demoralised. The Emden sank more vessels, and nmother British cruiser has been sunk by.a German submarine in the Straits of Dover. Turkey is carefully planning the in vcaion of Egypt, and has alreadycrossed the frontier. Turkey has half a million mlen mobilised. Russia blames the German naval officers for the Black Sea raids. Italy and Bulgaria must choose be tween Turkey and Russia. The Germans say they have post ponod their attack on England. The French Service Corps has buried ?5,000 Germans at Ypress w...

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

PATRIOTIC FUND. 'Previously acknowledged £181 ,I 0 Mlirs. J. T. laismith I 1 0 WV. Vivin ... .. 0 10 6 bMr. and imrs. IlHenry Day 1 1 U Warrant OIlicer Jones 1 1 0" Mrs. Jones ... ... 0 10 6 I'ourLiid Clubh .. ... .10 10 0 A. E. Fielding ... ... 1 1 0 Ja3 Wilson ... .. ... 1'1 -0 .11ani'ton Allen ... 2 2 0 ias O'Brien ... ... 0 5 0 r. Campbell ... ... 2 2 0 Abrini. Joulston ... 010 0 'Mrs. HI. Peters ... ... 0 5 0 ?iru. 15. J. Bruce ... 2 0 P-ortland Borough Council 25 0 0 .Procreeds Norris ong concert p.r L. Stanfurd ... G 16 0 .. Stanford ... ... 0 10 0 I. Living,,one ... ... 0 10 0 A. E. McCob ... 10 0 .Alex McCubbin ... 10 0 .i-ariawongl collections per W. l.igliesh ... ... 1 11 0 ie\. and Mrs- C luthbelrt .. "2 0 1. C. Caiiphell .. 1 1 0 ZJohln Ryles ... ... 1 1 0 TIr. and ~rs. T'crdrew ...1 1 0 ltMr. Townsend . . ... 0 10 6 iliss C. I.. ltBrown ... 0 10 r Ir. and Mr. . . J. MDllseed 1 1 0 (lard collections per Mr. S. T. Purnell ... ... 3I 0 6 BtEG.cIAN Ren.r.r IFUsn. Amrournt ...

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Cycling [Contributed by the Dunlop Tire Company of Australasia] [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 November 1914

Cycling fConttribhued 'by Io Dunlop Tire Corn pany ( of Australsia]' When the history of the tWar, from " nglnnd's side, is mni't n the import. ance and values of the duties assigned to and it reumplil ted by motor vehicles wi:l slhow in the c!earet, maunner poc -ible thatu motor traction hos .implitied itt ;east one otf the most tangltd prob 1 eis of the tirategist--t e tmohliusationt nod Iranosport of in ifanld omaterial. tsi first chapter will deal with tlh manner in which the Er glish Expcdi. tiounry Cdors--admitted'y the great *st as it is the linest army ever launich • d from the -hIoros of that coultry in looe opernation-wtas landed in Flance with Ia leet of ftast motor cars for pgeneral and staff tflicers, hundreds of •aotor cyc'es for scouling end tel ?patchl carrying, a paik of imotot lorries anld .motor vans, runnrig well up to a thou nand vehicles, including Imitoranuhbu Inlnc(, special aeroplane transport, svirc'ess signalling outfits anl repair honps for all narm. Wh e...

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

WITH THE GREA''ESrS COUNFIDENCLE. "It is with great pleasure I voice tho pgaises of C.hamberlvio' t Tilio aml.Diarrhoea emedly," writes Ir. William E. McKay, Postmaster, Karomiko, N,Z. ."I have a?l wa'yi.fournd it most.effectivo .in the treat ment-of diarrhoea and slyrentery and alwhys hlavu amupply in tholuhouse for family use ,When .I, a:.storekeephg:I used to;reco n€ mend Chamberlain's Colic, and l)wurrhoea Remedy to my cuiatomers i~ith the greatest confidence." Sold by Thomson, Brake and Co. NURSES. of Large Experience Recommend CLEMENTS TONIC to their Patients. NURSE CATHERINE KORTING of 176 Davis Street, Brunswick, Vic., writes as follows (29/2/12): CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " 1 am writing about the amount of good CLEMENTS TONIC has done my daugh- - ter. In January last year, she was operated upon for appendicitis. She was eight weeks in the hospital, and came home very weak and, run down. I gave her several ý, bottles of Clements Tonic.r It soon strengthened her, nerves, she was as...

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

OPl R SALIE-Young Bull, well bred. Apply J. LTatrie, We 4 Portland. ¶ ABBIT Poisoning undertaken in any part of the district. Apply,J'Laurie, W?est Portland. VT? AN'TED - Good General Servnlt. Apply, Miss McLeod, 'Clareimont. 'TANTED--A good, plain Cook and SHousemaid Waitress. Good -.vages. Gordon H-otel. ' OLUNTEERS wanted for Expedi. ionary Force. Apply .1. L.Wyatt, Mayor. SRUNNING'S Famous Seeds.-- armn crs, buy your Mangold Seed, Field 4arrots, Garden seed and TItIw Grnsses _at W. VG.. Smith's.. grocer, 'Percystreet, I'ortland. Portland Freezing Works. W E tre prelwLred io Itv ]'lr Flh RAB IIIT, at 4l. per p?air for Ltrge, de livered n0 the Works. Notice. S.LL persons indebted to the iunde Ssigined mutist l>ay their accouInts to tither 1Mr. J. J.. Couch or myself on or lIfore 20th instant, otherwise proceedings *rill be tkeLn. E._____ A PITTS. -She Portland Co-operative Butter Factory Company. NOTIC E. MENDERS for the piurclhso of the S- Butter Milk for a period of twelve mo...

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