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

W. HEMER8. COACHBUILDER, General Blac,ksmlth,Wheelwright & .Horseshoer PEROCY STREET, POI"TLAND. :. 19 b ' "t a ntlm'r h nu.n.urous.patrons for their liberal en port In tha - Y anl to notifv thi-'i *, I i i a, ,')!2 0 LlV t'iit'iO Will lilo OitaUt'lm'I :?hir confideoo by do. uniformly good work. Now and Socond-hand Baggoes always on HIand. . ~unmithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repaired -- Careful attention gioen to the tyroing of wheels. EctlmatOs given for all ropalrs, if required. oorso-Shooing Strictly Attondod to. Bloggio of all descriptions Repuirdl, L'ainta] and renewed. lough Repaired Made Lightest draught. So Staple and Strotg, They Cannot go Wrong. ntmpltrity ls a gresat ttg oIn a sowiog mocnlne,-cpecitlly wehen you live in the country snd have t4 tfir It yoretlf. WARD BROS. archionea have fewer parts than I r y other-nothing to get out of 5 order. Pounrscheaper than others We pay freight to your statioo N'ee4dles and Parts uDpliea for any MaYo...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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V.R.C. RACES (By Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 November 1914

V.R.C. RACES (By Telegraph.) Following are the results of Tuesday's racing: Encourage Stakes -Sir John Bar leycorn 1, Poupee 2, Alasco 3. Railway Handicap - Kwasind 1i, Dhuldul 2, Grand Charm 3. Cup Hurdle.--Weenobah 1, Win. garee 2, Dust Cloud 3. Melbourne Cup -Kingsburgh 1, Sir Alwynton 2, Moonbria 3. Time, 3min. 2Gsecs-a record. Steeplechaso-Swedish Lad 1, HI-o say 2, Guncap 3. Nursery Handieap-Les Bos 1, Star land 2, Pretty Bobby 3. Yan Yean Stakes-Amata 1, Golden Wire 2,. First Principle 3.

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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GLENELG ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 November 1914

GLiNELG ELJ;CTION.i1.Mr. H, J. MI, Campbell will address the electors at 3 Tyrcndarra on Monday hiox at 8 p.m., and Nnrrawong at 8. ACCIDEsNT.-On Monday afternouna rather serious accident. happened=to Mr. RI. Reardon on the now pier. He* was engaged in working a drill, when' the air comnpaessor burst with great force and inflicted serious injuries to his face, innumerable fragments of steel and rust being driven into the flesh. The injured man was immediately re moved to Dr. Sleeman's surgery and attended to by Dr. Campbell, and was afterwards admitted to the hospital. It was feat ed at first that his eyesight was destroyed, but it is now hoped that he will escape without serious permanent njury. PoTATroonIowms' AssociATIoN.-The meeting of potatogrowers held in the Town Hall on Monday proved rather disappointing to those who had been responsible for calling it. Very few growers thought it worth while to at tend. The matter to be placed before tlro meeting was of such importance that...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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PORTLAND HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 November 1914

PORTLAND HOSPITAL. The committee meb in the Town Hall on Tuesday afternoon. Present Rev. Tait (president) and Messrs. Wyatt, Marshall, Woods, McDona'd ad Bourbaud.. An apology was received from Mr. Grant. COtRESPONODENCE. Applications for the position of wards nan were received from A. W. Murchi on, R. Russell and David Ho!e. 'he making of an appointment was eft in the hands of the House Com mittee. From R. Crowe, Exports Superinten lent, stating that a quantity of fish had been sent for the institution.-lle ceived with thanks. From Postmaster-General's offico, notifying the committee of an increase if 3/9 per annum in the fee for tele ,hone.-L-ft in hands of the treasurer. Fron Inspector\of Charities, asking or a list of subscribers of £1 and up vards.-Attended to. From Under-Treasurer, stating that policies for Workers' Compensation :hould bd taken out in the State oflice. -Agreed to. From Geo Rost ar, acting wards nan, asking for a few days holiday.- 3ranted. From Canon Carmichae...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 November 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. an'll alloing isa lit of telephonetslati anti char·geb: - - hllme Fi. 3mine. Additional OI°Town Convy tion, imins. Byaduk 1, Gd Unape Že!·on 24 2d Ca vndish 1s 94 *Cnaterton via IBrunaholme la Gd Casterton via llanmilton la 4d is Coleraino l 4,d is Condah Gd id Crossle,, Is 9d Dcnninglton 1 9d Digby, via Branxholme is 9G SDunkold" 1i a Gd SGlcthompson is 4d sla fIIawkeasdlo ino • d Hamilton Is Gd {Heywood 2d 2d Kentbruok Od Sd Kirkstall is Gd SKoroit . s ed Lake Bola is 10d 1 2d * Macarthtir Is 4d is SSiMerino, via Branxholrrno Is d Merino, via iHamilton la 4d is 1Mount Gambier is: 9Gd Mloyne Falls lIa Gd ilyamyn 6d 5d Narrawong 2d 2d Nelson 3d 6d Penahurat - is d P'ort Fairy 8d Sd Port McDonne lai 4d is Ripponhurst is Ga Tyrendarra id 3d YVanbuk 6d 1d *Wallacedal 8d d Warrnambool . Gd Wickliff l lOd 1m Woolathorpe is Gd Fee for messenger call, any persoon dind wilhin one mile--3d. "Note.--Branxholce closes from p.m. to 4 p.m. daily, and on Wednesday rom n...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 November 1914

4: A'y litle l?.n ws i n gre~t hufl'l',r fr.um 1uau cold' 'i te uchost" .uyt 'Ii (rnuiw, .lnation u t.. , i?.vur, ViC. "AX (imeui ie wirn..-), ad tht blcl huwonhl be just~ chlok 31, for (h nth (Ii l nothin, J tiud fr him it-,t, d t, ,iv, him r elinl f. I w .l. rcIlil ald in one night I notitd il imlr.'Uv jnut. .iw I give it to hluim iI Il .Ce any .i-ns if n €ohl anmd hI is ait aluiright g.in. I wtluld ntot, heI withottt a hottle Cf (limerlu)luin'. Cough lltuutdy in .luy irit" El 1 Th uuuuu 10akei tint Vt "Btltdtf" and "Imperial" brands of Binder Twines ..carty wifth them tlhe adLa~;ages to their users of a firm guarantee as to bot. l,?g::h and quality. The g:aranteez we give to users is as follows:-- - i i Q.- !i y.-Made' strictly of "Good Fair Average" \\/b I ew fZealhnd lemp. I. " ,,y:h--.Vi average.450 ft. to the lb. " .Sternith--Will average more than 90 16 br acr:n.j stair. ' Tar-Not :to exceed It lb. per bale. tlisht- lvery bale to weigh its full marked weight at tinme of ship...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Cycling [Contributed by the Dunlop Tire Company of Australasia]. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 November 1914

icc. C ycli ng -. rtis u.? by ,ha Duilip TIr crnc .,pay of AustriHlsin]: \'1.r1?? lhie hitvry ;f ihe Ar, fr"iom ]r gl1nrd's side', ii HRi:t a tIhie iupOrt. o c.e rind ccclues cf the cdutis a..Sigr'd to nd .cccompli:hcd I y mtUor '?.hicCles Ai I .ilw in thrI( clecreL rnnirr pi.. -iciletI.hlt ricior trictiion h's .nimplified at rin.t on, if . hi nt l I ot lurighd iprob nil ( fllll1l"'' |(, d O[ |Ill11I )I?1(] ll~lll(,r~ilil. niil' if Ih iritrICi glt g isit I i uloclii icrci- rccnirpirt of non' ii d cci ccericcl. Is flir.t <h'plt 'ill dral c i'hi hI . miitic.iif'i cin cclieih iihe L gli:-h Es pi dii tioiiay.- (ori i-ndacitied y the gi'.ctl (SI lAsi i is the linealt cmciy I veCr hichi.e 'd frnm thlie chocr-s of thit coulltry in rloe llpen rio---\?? ldihli i i ltn cue w'ilih a fleet I<f ftil, mccccicr cSrrs for ge'reran c rd Istff ti Ilicer, Ihundrcds nof motlOtr )ec e0 for SccLli tinr ad 'eii?plchii tacriyiing f 1isi piu of militic liirc ies clii uiolor vcrnsr, run...

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PATRIOTIC FUND [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 November 1914

PATRIOTIC FUND Tie 1ilnyor (Cr. J. L "yn.tt)desirrs .tco «ckinwOwldge. the following dona " m' .lount previously ac knowledged ....£31 0 1 lPorltlnl Wharf Laborers' Union ... . ... 5 0 0 fo ortlinild M1ethodist bun diy Schlool .. 0 0 A.. 2. .. 0 0 I'oi'tlair:d Public 'Tctinis Club -;i:. . ..;';' " 1 -1 0 Mts. . Maityn - .v. ; 10 0 nies Pill .. . 0.10 : . J- :. : ,elol ; '. . 10 6 A . J ;Alunoiin . • : : 0 . 10. y Ciin Ii 0'0 .A ioiint c.previously aie "..'-" , kniowledged - . 0 6 :0 Sons indl Daighiters of . ::Telpierantce e . .0 1"? 0 SrJ. . eiso . A' io iint i reviii "isly It 'i 0. * " knowlelged , ...- 0 2 ,

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HAMILTON STOCK MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 November 1914

HAMILTON. STOCK MARKET Fbt,'Sherp'--Wc report thre ysrding of 730 eood In prlime sheep, inlcludinu o30 lamb%, which proved rather rrzny for. locn . t quirtemen ', ncul in conme ijumnre p icr's otn (I ch wlomr wire eirNler tihan last w(ekrL, with 'iry sinck cItIep t.ilo int ltthdipnisi Owners, howevrr, :et thIe market, 600 ellingunder thder )ammtrt.and most of thbo .otlitrs prt ;rotely..Qiuotatirtrio Primo Lincoln 'we., 15/93; 'dJ, -2tor.th 11/10; crosc &rredi wct-t hirs, primr, 1 4/5; (r, good, 0: /:to, i i,; dilou cwe 9/2 tI"10/7; cdd siheep, 1 "j; "rirniri waethirr., good. S/ tu 9/6, di, ntidiut , tt 8 /t 6/8;t killei.s, 4/_isd 4/h Iit tit ,, 4/7 i,, 4/9; . .ur. .1ck.. ewer, /3; .pring Ilnhtu., price hjropg~?r~I I mbn.l-;12/cros.berd do 9/7 .r 97/S:j ii ? r~r 6l/12iut, 7/. . Si;;.Strt. Shi o:-.oliljy ,' crupli ?f lo s c-hinr'i- o.. iJ i lorti?. :t of, there l tr cross liin'bs biiuri htlt/3. i idi ,moinpbirrck owes. Mii lltntirii ill currnlnd,2/2.' 'Fat .Otittir -l17lihoud ...

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PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 November 1914

S PATRIOTIC FUND. Pilvious'y ilcknok ledgird £181 4I 0 i3rs. J, T. auismithi 1 I1 0 W. Vivito ... ..0 10 0 IMr i. n lr M . Ilenry Day .1 1 r U Wanrraint Ollicer Juuons - 1 1 0 1Mrs. Jaonrs ... ... 0 10 6 .lorilanil Club ... ... 10 ]0 0 A. E. Fielding ... ...1 1 0 Jas Wilson ... ... 1 1 0 Il-aniilton Allen ... 2 2 0 Jus O'Brien ... ... 0 5 0 Dr. CitIpblll ... ... 2 2 0 At,,n. .Joh,,lnto ... o 10 0 1 i1,. ;11. Per rs ... ... 0 5 0 1lrhs. M. J. Bruce ... 2 2' 0 'ulltihnld l;iruuuh Council 25 0 0 1ltoceu.ids Nurrs''wong cpncert lp-r L, S'.nfurd ... 6 10 0 -L.S:anfod ... ... 0 10 0 .I». Livinrgs'oni ... ... 0 10 0 A.. IE. MCtC ot.lB ... 0 10 0 Alix MlcCubliin ... 0 10 0 I"Ku?'awong collecltios per W. Dlglieshl ... ... 21 11 0 Itov. ::iand Mirs- Cutllbert ... 2 2 0 31. O. Ci1amlpbll .. 1 1 0 John Ryles ... ... 1 1 0 lr'. and ll .lr. 'ardiurew ... 1 I 0 .Mir. Townsend ... ... 0 .10 6 Miss C. L. Brown ... 0 10 (i .Tr. IInd Mrl. iL. J l. 3ilseed vu 1 0 Cinrd collcCtions Iper BIl. S. T. Purne...

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Croquet Club. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 November 1914

Croquet Club. TDraw for first ros id to be pllayed by 14th inst. for Club tropliics- . frs.. McCulloc S Mrs Rose o Mrs. Williiamsoii S Miss Donald 1 Mrs. Purnoll - S Mrs Robins] . 2 Mrs. 'lTyora S Mrs Adams S Miss AIleo . 1 1Miss La3Io . Miss V. Meaoh1Ji..rn 2 Mrs Islop 2 Miss laynmai 1 Mrs F Dimoisl ,S. Miss Clarke 1 MiasDillon 2 Miss ]J. Clarke "irs B urnett 5 M rs.- . . . " .lrf r IL[ Caiii bnecl 6 M'rs. J. Cuiis .n'-, Mriss 1 itt ,r Mliss 11. Tulloh .'i "Mrsl 'ollsmithli ' f Mrs Clarko e Mrs I'Row r Mrs. R. Osboorni' 1i Mrs J Wriglht 6 Miss MEicliclhorin i iMr iaismithli 3 ]yCs-Mrhs. Henry ' MrsJ Pittcrsotn

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 November 1914

THEY SAY Thatr all our effortsat tree planting seem doomed to failure. What trees the Council spares some vandal destroys. Tho guards were recently removed from some Norfolk Island pines in Percy street and almost immediately they were wi!fully ringbarked. That during the coming year the Railway department proposes to spend a snmtof £35,000 to provide dwellings for maried samp!oyes in the country who have at present no proper accom modation, and to make additions to dwellings which are at present inade quate. That so far as the war has gone the Germans have no reason to be ashamed of their naval exploits. WVar is now in tensely scientific, and the Germans are apt pupi's. That in five years, from 1008 to 1013' the ntumber of Stateschools fn Victoria has increased by 110; the number of instructors by 1018, and the number of scholars by 3631. That Messre E. H. Cameron, O. Gra hI.enl and John Thomson retire from State politics. That another accident happened on the pier on Thursday, whc...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWLING DREW HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 November 1914

BOWLINH DREW HANDICAP. The followin, is the lirst draw andl han licap, to ,be played ,by Novenlber 25, 31 n player on left to arrange natch. J. Stanton ... ; . Dottero . ,: 1,. .. 8 I. Nicholson 9 lb D ay ... r C Smith . 8 TE Gones .. 5 ST Purnoll .. 7 Sollar .. TBu.nett i... J Overend ... 8 J 'rg .. .1A 7hlomson . 7 P O'Donnell ... RMoLoan .: F M uarhall a JP ttCmi " (i Messrs A. Osl)orneu, W. p, Andern, J. Overend alld,',. Thqmson have 1-a e. scuted prizce to 1,6 Played for this seaeson. Following is the result of matclhe played to date: E. Dotter boeatT. Koiller .I1 Day eat J Oveorend P' O'Donell beat W T Bonnett T F MIulplly beat C Smith.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 November 1914

W?'E ,M ST RE.PEAT. When everybody tells the same story, It is hard to say new things about Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. PThey cure the lame and aching back, the suf ferer from kidney disorders, and the troubles of those whose urinary organism ,ts wrong in its action. That they do this is so easy to proveO that not a vestage of doubt remains. Public endorsement is easily proven- Read this: "Mr W Jackman, Gawler Street, Port land, says:-"Some years ago I caught a very severe cold, which settled on my kidneys, and as a result I suffered neony from Lumnbago-like pa1ns in my back and across the loins. I was at times almost doubied up with the pain, and I could not astraighten my back without eniduring aorture. The kidney secretions beclme tfl'ected, being thick and cloudy, and con. taining sediment. My rnst at night was very broken and durinc the day I always felt dull and tired, and lad no energy. I suffered in this way for a long time, and could get ncthing to do me any good. (One da...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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THE WAR. Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 November 1914

WAI---Z THE WAR. [ euter's Cablgrtnamsq Sunday K-ight. Four thousand Belgians are engaged burying tihe German dead in Phlnders In the vicinity of Dixnmudo 37,000 German bodies were buried. King Niclholis a ires agreat Russiaa victory in Galicia. It is the most im. portant in the eastern theatre since thie Ibeginning of the war. Large m., nitions of war were taken, besides 27 officers, 18,500 men, three howitzers 40 canhons, and 38 mitrailleuses. Spying and private wireless con. nectced with the enemy has been foundl on the Yorkshire coast, alsoone on thle American coast through Chili. The German fortress of Tsing-Tna in China, has been taken by the Janan. esc. The Japanese captured it by a firnal and brilliant chibarge. Both sides lost heavily. The Germans hoisted the white flag at seven o'clock, and 800 of the German garrison captured. A great iFrench victolry Ihas taken plaice at Arras, in Belgium, andrl 12,000 Germans sllrent'derled. A large nllnm. ber of Germans were killed, and...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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PORTLAND HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 November 1914

PORTLAND HARBOR. Tile following letter appeared in the "HIorshalm Times"' of Occober 30: Sir.-I red wvith interest a letrer in the "A'e" of Saturday fro-m the Sec. retary of the Warrnambool Decentra lisation Leigue, concerning the harbor of Warrrnaiihool. • 1. _Notwiths'an'ling the drcught and war, - thle.. Parliamenti,;.has .wisbly; seen the desirability of coing ahead at once with all public work.. I am sorry to siy thlse little words (it once) moan a long time in connection with the Go vcrnmeoet. But ib is to be hoped that 'though delays are dangerous) when the .works are begun they will be ca'rited out for ihe greatest. benefit of port expansion for all time, both as rerilds Warrnambool arid Portland. 2. Portlani will eventually have a north arm breakwater runni.g fromt thl north bluff. This breakwater is itmaicly for the preventioi of sand silt, in fact, it is'exactly tliat, that is it will suit tilhe same purpose as the nnrtll arm WVarniunbool is insw agitating for on a larger...

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V.R.C. RACES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 November 1914

V.R.C. RACES. 'IThe folloing j otheo results of Sit;' urda?'s racing at Flemington:- - Steeplechaso-Swedish Lad 1, WTS 2, Fireworks 3. - Spring Handicap-Tranquetto Fi delio 2, Toast :. Flemington Stakes--AlIsco 1, Chery Danco 2, Sturunll 3. N.R.C. .iandicap-Eubulus 1, Wish ing Cap 2, Oladwyn 3. n C. B. Fisher. Slato-MIountain Knigh. 1, Cagoo 2 Carlita 3. Final Handicap-Do Gamse 1,Firu Principla 2, Lucky Escape. ?......o

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STRANGER THAN FICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 November 1914

STRANCER THAN FICTION. (Br PETeR.) A bunchback German soldier has been captured by the Allied forces at the front. T.he newspspers-in .com menting on this infer that Germany muss be at the limit of her resources in men. It does not seem to occur to them that it may be the policy of that country to send the physically unfit to fight and leave the fittest to survive and perpetuate the species.. When thie plan is adopted in Australia in select. ing the men for further cbntingents the following wire may be received from the High Commissioner to the Minister for Infernal Affairs:-" The following extrabct from a letter written by one describes himself as an L.O.Bean, and opened by the censor, would, if it felt into the hands of the enemuy, bring the reputation of the British soldier into tihe gutter:-'Dear Wifoe-Tlhe horrors I have witnessed since I arrived here are beyond belief. I hlave actually seen fine fat pigs run over and killed by motor ears and left there to waste, and the cows a...

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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 November 1914

l?JE OST?AC hA .ES The new potail rle, it.cluding the penny postalge on letICte, ckioe in frce on .Moay lst. The riduceO rates are as fillow: TIIOUOBG H OUT CONII'OdN WEALTH AID PAIUJPA. Letter ld.pe ? z. Lett aldb ,silght ,ld .acc Do. reply ,ld.e rch hilf. Poelcards,snglt,ld. each Do, reply, ld. each half. Printed papers OJd .per 2 oz. Bt,tUkrl nl -?id, A';..,,-? 1"l b ibr2 i1,, 0, oer 8'oz;. n Australia Od .per 8 ,z. Mltatazn es--Priitld in ABtlrolia, Old. per 8 oz.; printed outlide Austoalia, 0Od. per 4 oz. "Ilanatrd," Od. per 12 oz. Commercial pycrs lpatterns, enmples and nmerch;aidite, ld. pr 2 oz. OVRSEISA DOIN ]OSS8 Letters fromn the CcnionweRlth to the United Kilgduom, oversen dominieno, iritich colonies and protectoriatea except the New Hebrides, id. per 4 o. NEW ZEALAND AND TE'It SLANDS. The rat:e to New Zealand, Figi aend British Solomon Islandb are: Let ld 1 oz. Po ards ogle Id. D rep Idca Le or ngI d. Do reply,ld each ha Magazines id. 8 oz., addttlona d o Old. Booke, Id...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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THE WAR. Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 November 1914

THE WAR. j Reuters Cablegrams.] Thursday Evening. he Tiurklisli ambassador leaves Loils doe, all resources of diplomacy having I siled.* file Germans are at a standstill, "tlb th- cad to Calais closed, the3y re n .king Bo ulogno their objective Oi o Allies foiled every attack of the foe to lIreak their lines. The Allies Captured Loubartzyde, north of Nieuport. Tie Crogiwn Prince of Germany was hiard pressed that he had to aban loif his dinner toescape capturc. Fifteen thousand Turks are already in EgyPtian territory. Turkish cruisers sank a British teamer in the Black Sea Latest news showvs that the Germans are evacuating Nieuport. The invaders are falling back,. The aintenanlce of an unbroken line by the llies and their continuous success ;in replsinl all attacks are greatly discouragin'g the German troops, who , ,.~ulsing.that their enormous losses arvail them nothing. The positionl of the Allies has been tregtlhened, and reinforcements of e'ery desciption lhave been supplied to m...

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