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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 November 1914
I OST n.?october 29, ,between Percy S street m:id North Portland, a watch. Sinder rewarded on returning swne to dthis oftlic. .ABBIT Poisoning undertaken ini any I. part of the dist'ict. Apilly,J.lLurie. Yestortland_. VOLUNTEI RS waited fr Exsledi tionfry F,,rce. Apply.Il. l. Wyn'tt, layor. Portland P.A. and H. Society ALTERNATIVE tenders are invited S fnr tlhe printing of 150) or 2000) Show chILedIIles. Tenders to be in the hands of the secretary on or before the 15th No icumber. G. I. IM." IENNFI'lT, Secretary. Notice. ALL persuos iidebted to, thle undet sigletd must Iny their nccounts to either Mr. .1. J.. Coueh or myself on or before 20th instant, otherwise proceedings m'ill be taken. I. A PTN. [T'S. Market Square Croquet Club. MEETING will be herld at Mrs. NeCulloch'., Bentinck street, on lutescday, Noveliuer 10, at 3 pI.m., to Ia1 lpoint Otlicehearers, &c., in connection rithl the lpr-cposed L'ro iell Club in Matr Let Square. A. C. HAYMlAN, , - cn. Sec. pro te,,. GRAtl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 November 1914
W..HEMERS. i:i ;? ... .CORCHBUILDER, -·-----sixr? ·~·~_~B:~li.dbL.~;kSmat~hWh eeialwigt, Herd-be h l PEROY STREET, POLTLAND. H. hogo to Lhrc'? his numnorous patrons for their liborsal o port in th': " ..l IA n?tiiv t.. n • I thi i YIIbi · -lv t'elt ii wifl his ostant alms . 'their confidonce by do. uniformly good work. !ow and So:unad-haed BaFgloea always on Hand. ,uansmithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repalred. Caroful attention given to the tyreing of whools. Ectlmites given for all repa?trs, If required. oso-Shooing Sltriactly Attond?o tg. Ileggie of all doscriptionisRplpirod, 'aintal and renewed. lough Repaired MIade Lighteso draught. P,0 to tnifrmiechsd ntrolg, They Cannot go Wrong. i fmiefty It a great thing In a SoI ew-?omachtne,-eopecfatty whe I lyou lee o the country nod hrve r fyourselT. W?RD R?OS.E | ha bcync iener rtr tha. art other--nothiog to get out of order. pouncheoper thn at-rer We pay freight to your otatio guarantee every erarhine-sod let you...
PORTLAND PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 November 1914
PoRT.ANDPn IT-UIIEES..Thieprogramme for Wednesday evening next containis a specially attractivo picture, entitled 'The Empire's Call to Arms," which portrays in a vivid way t o loyal re sponse which all parts of the-Empire have made to England's call in the present crisis. i)w?ans of Edison phonograps please note that we have landed a large itlpply of the New Unbreakable B)lue. Amberol Records. Now i? your opiportunity to select choice Records at TosE Blios., *'Tlie Talking Mschinie Store," Bentinck street. THE PolITLAND ],AILWAY.-In course of a conversationl with a representive of the "Stelr," Mr A. Rook (who has just returned from a motor tiur of tile Western District) stated that good progress was being made with tihe lay ing of the Portland line. T1rains were running between Dartmnoor and Hey wood. About three parts of the bridge across tile Glenelg at Dartmoor was completed, and tile ollicials were hope fil of having the half-mile span com plctedl earl in the New Year. A track ...
BATHING REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 November 1914
UATmnm IRECGULATIONS.- The St. Kilda council Ihas adoptced regulations relating to beach batlhing within prOe scribed ineas. One is to the elffect that after 10 a.m. lnll anlld wolmen must not batlhe tgether. Another is that all bathing must ecase at, 10 o'clock on Sunday lmorning. The local Iirogress Association condemns the council and intcnds to test the validtlity of the regu lations, as it is ldebatablo wlhether tile cotnil has yily jiiskdiction, be yond ligh-water mark. Last year, it will be rememibered, the matter of ire gulating bathing on the open beach was discussed by tile Portithd Iloroolgh Council, and somne ;teps were taken to)vards tihe formation of a Foreshore Trust , but there the imatter apparently ended. C0orPvsoRYn Sl r'lcce..Owing to the check .in riecruiting during the last thlree weeks, and tihe wearl and tearl of the British army in Flandoers, the Loi. don newspapers areo prominently dis cussing compulsory military service, and the leading journals show some ...
NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 November 1914
NEW (STAG FATES The new poslta rates, ilcluding the penny postage on letters, camze in force on May 1st. The reduced ,ratesa re as follow: THROUGIOUT " COMIDONVEALTH AND PAI'UPA. Letter ld:.pe t z. Lett ards ,sing I ld .ese -Do. reply,ld.each half. Poscsarde,srngl ,id. each Do. reply,.ld. each half. Printed papers @.Ad .per 2 oz. Bookoe p tup e- sid At l per 8:oz;. n Auistralia Oid .per 8 or. MlagRatn es-1'rinted in Australia, Old. per 8 oz.; printed outside Australia, Old. per 4 oz. '"Bansard," Oldd. per 12 oz. Cooitmercial papers patterns, samples and mnerehandte, Id. per 2 oz. OVERSEA DOMIl1ION. Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversen dominions, British colonies and protectorates except the New Hebrides, ld. per 1 oz. NEW ZEALAND AND THEISLANDS. The rates to New Zealand, Figi and British Solomon Islands are: Lot id j or. Po ards ngle Id. D rep id.ea Le atr gl d. Do reply,ld each ha Magazires Id. 8 oz., additions 4 o Old.. Books, ld 4t e . Comme ap ld. 2 Print...
PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 November 1914
PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. ' he ollowing is a liLt of telephone:atati and charges:- iNaano Fi. 3rains. Additional ofiTown Conversation. 3mina. "lranxholmn itdb 6d IByaduk if 9d Cape Ne!pon 2d 2d Cavendish Is 9d Caasterton via Branxholme 1a. 94d Catoerton via Hamilton 1s 4d In Colecraine l 4d Is Copdah 6d id Crosole,- Is 9d Donnington LJ 9d Digby, via Branxholmo ls 9d Dunkeld nl 9d Glent lhompson Is 4d 4 In Hawkecadele "ll 9d ''Hamilton I'a. " 9d rHeywood 2d 2d Kentbruck Od id Kirkotall ls 9d Koroit is 9d Lake BIola Ie 10d 1 2d Maoarthur is 44 I $Merino, via Branxholhro Is i d Merino, via Hamilton la 4d is Mount Gambior le: 9d Mloyno Falls ls 94d Mlyamyn lid d5 Narrawong 2d 2d Nelson 8d 6d Penaluras Is 9d Port Fairy 8d 6d Port McDonne la 4d is Ripponhurst l 9d Tyrendarra Sd Sd Yambuk 6d 6d *Wallacedal 8d Bd Warrnambool Isn 9 Wickliff e 1Od. Is 2 Woolsthorpa Is 9d Feo for meassenger call, any person dind wilhin one mile--3d. ,Note.-Branxhol.e closes from p.m. to 4 p.m. daily, and on W...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 November 1914
-OTODS ON 'O'llI5 CIIOIEST. "Ar) little Noll wIIs a giriot hntlltreL fron ha~d colds n the c1ics(t ray~ liIr. 0 .h ono, S'tatbio St. Seym'iutii, Vic,. "At tim L11-i Is ro lad thnt; Ile ,inidtl k. jailt cllkli. hn" fei breath ioid notA img 1 trie~d for him eeiCehihlto give himii relief. I iinl I ecol wuended to try ChauubeiKi~ baill's cough Itelm-11 1nti ill (110 niig'lt I nioticed an imiprove jncilf Neu'i I girve t to hJimi nt I aurav'Ij aigiiitn ,.f :i cold and lie is s1101 iilrigllit fignmin. J woulnd hot be witliout a Ibottle ,f CulailtlrV'rlin'l4 Cough IRuticdly i1 my.f JitehtPu' tpo by 9liemojonl Itj'iiij atnd Co i"Buttd'og" and "Imperial" brands of Binder Twines carry with them the adtantages to their users of a firm guarantee as to both length and quality. The guarantee we give to users is as follows: Q.aalityl---Made strictly of "Good Fair Average" New Zealand Hlemp. Length--l Vill average 450 ft. to the lb. S! ren:l!?-Vill average more than 90 ..,l breaking strain. g T re--...
Closer Settlement Land Available. MORALLA HOMESTEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 November 1914
Closer Settlement Land Available. MORALLA HOMESTEAD. Allotment 16, Section A, Patrish of. Bul art, 731 acres. I'PPLI'ICATIONS rce invited by the Jai(ls Purchllaso and nallligeientll IBoard up till Monday, 23rd INovember, 1914, for the above allotmenct- Capital: Deposit. 1-yearly . 'alut. payment Yrs Land £3285/7/. t'9(1/12/. £95/14/8. 31!, Tmps £l182/4/. ,72/4/. £4/3/8. 20 'lans and- further lpartiuluars from ILand Oftices, Hamilton, or Enquiry tlnnch; Lands Department, Melbourne. J,. B. JENKINS, Lands Dept., Seccetary. Melbourne 6/11/14.
HAMILTON STOCK MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 November 1914
HAMILTON STOCK MARKET r'?t Sheep-We report the ynrding of 730 good to prime sheep , includini 30 Lnermb, which proved rather nminy for local t rluiremrcents, anot in couns. qrluec pices onr tIheo whoe "were easier thtn last wr ek, with ve ry slnck cunrpo lrtion at the, linish. Owners, hnwever, ueot the ;:ns rket 600 Felling.undt'r the f:aminer and ltmoslt 'f the. others :Ir: rately. Quotations - Prime Lincoln iwes, 15/9; do.,'2."totlh, 11/10; cross bred wethr.rs, prime,. ]1/5; d,, good, 1017 to 11/f,; do,, ewe,?, 9/2to 10/7; e:,rl hlt-,-p, 1 0/; merinoo welt lr, goud. 8/ It, 0/6; dt., ntldlurn, 5J8 to 6/8; kil:es, 4/ p?d 4/6, ith eo n, ,1/7 to 4/9; colre back evi-re, 6/3; spring Innthr, prime 1hropil.ir lmnth+r 12/, rcrssbtrd do 9/7 to 9/8..smaiiler 0/2 to 7/. Store SIre, --Only a couple of Ihs caine to Ihint, all of thee slt crusr ambs brought 5/3, nod ou nItebackl ewes. %pith inll Ib a rl o l.ntd. 2/2. Fa't Ott'e-1- 7 head of fair to coorl •ciow, aith a few liht stuers audhro ,l?P...
MILLER BROS., Dentists, CASTERTON, Visit Portland and Heywood Monthly. NEXT VISIT [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 November 1914
MIILLER BROS., Dentists, C A STERTON, Visit: Portland and Heywood Monthly. NEXT VISIT IIEYWOOD- Wednesday, Dec.. 2, Sto 6 p mi, Heywooi liotel PORT LAn D-Th ?sdI Dec? 3rd ýJi a m to 2.30 p m, London Hotel)
PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 November 1914
PATRIOTIC FUND. PI evious'y acknowledged £181 4 0 .ilr.s. J. T.Iuismith 1 1 0 WV. Vivian .... . 010 G M1r. and . lrs. Ih.iry 1)ay' 1 U arrant Offllicer Juries I 1 0 blrs. Jones ... ... 0 10 6 P'ortlandl Club ... ... 10 10: 0 A. E. Fielding ... ... I 1 0 is Wilson ... 1.. 1 0 i nnlnittn Allen ".... 2 0 Jas O'Brien .... ... 0 5 0 D)r. CaInpll ... ... 2 . 2 0 .Abrm. Johnston ...1 010 0 ',lrs: H. Peters ... 0 5 0 ilrs. N1. J. Bruce 2 2 0 I'ortiand IBorough Conneil 25 0 0 P.lroceeds Narrawollng concert psr L. Stunford . ... 16 0 1. Stanford ... ... 0 10 0 J3). Livingsone ... ... 10 0 A.. ,Al; uncCtulbo ... 0 10 0 Alex MBlceCubbin ... 0 10 0 _'in'raowong collections per SW. I)glieslh.. ... 21 11 0 Icev. ad Mlls- Cuthbert ... 2 2 0 31. C. Cmnpbell ..I 1 0 nohn Ilyles ... 1 1 0 1r.n and Ahrs.Tu'.ardrew ... 1 1 0 Mr. Townsend ... ... 0 10 6i :.liss C. L Brown ... 0 10 6 11r. and Mrs. I. J. Mnlseed 1 1 0 Card collcetions per' Mr. S. T. Purnell ... .... 34 0 1311.a;ANs Rlst.Di F1U ND. Amount i...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 November 1914
DIED. CLARKE.-LAt "Wnrrhin," Portland, oh 11th Novembeir, 1014;MnlDaUYiriict of tOh lite Mr. Lindsay O1,lw·1 ; aged 89 SCIlIS~. The fonoral will leaveohlerlate reiOdenco, l itty stctr, for tho South Cewaotu3, ,on I riday aifternoon a It 2.30: DIED. SllC11B1B1EY-On tlhc )th NToinkler, at. (Gorse, Amer. iM s, the belove d daughtcr of F. E. and MI. M. Stuih Ia r, l1 i , agCd 10 11noiths. THURSDAY, NOVEMIBER 1,1914
Cycling [Contributed by the Dunlop Tire Company of Australasia] [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 November 1914
Cycling [Cillltiilucd by lie Dullllp Tire Com p ' ay of AustlrnlSi,]' h1Iipn ith history if ilie oar, frolu El gland's Side,, is ui:itnt I h1 import. illce and values of hIle dutirs a'siiged to and ah itinipli htd t"y mltor velicee i I tlhow in. I ithe c!erI llilrunnellr ptie. eiblu tihas imotr traction i'hs siilphllied at rnest one of tie rltL I, lauighld IlrOb 111 ms cf tle sti altegist-- le rinoiblis?ioni said transpolrt of oIln ill il mtril. 1's first thaiiptlTr ill deal ith Ihe' Jaininr in which lie IEr g!ish Euxpldi tionary, Corls-adlin(td y the griieat est. as illis the linrelt irmly ever liiunchi ed from the .. shlls of tlit country inl one operilion-was la ndid in lirnce - h ilh a fleet if fast mniotlir cuirs for gJEieral and stl f t ,tlicern, hundrltredas of loltor cyc' u for scouting antl Lspatch cnrrlying, ai plk llf iiotoet louries tiool :;ilinir van?, runiiug well up toi thoi. Fiu,.d vi hicles, iiclurlinlg Intl.uiro.iullhl I lillime,, Opltcial isT roplul e transpoi)llr...
THE WAR. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 November 1914
THE WAR. [ Reuter's Cablegrams,j Wednesday Evening. The news ofj the destruction of the Emden was lecived with greattentllt. siasni in London, and Australial is heartily congratulated on the Sydneys achievement. The Allies are immorable. German troops and guns are concentrating for a renewal of the struggle. Brussels is being ýstrongly fortified by the Germrns. Ypres has been abandoned by the Germans after being razed to the ground. The Allies hare gained important successes in Alsace. It is estimated that Austria lost three ,hundred thousand men in the1 recent campaign. The Turkish army is completely dids organised, and a revolution s immi. ient. Japan will enter Tsing-Taui to-day, The South Afaillan rebels have been routed. Lord Kitchener states that ho has 1,300,000 men in training in England: Thursday Morining. Furious fighting is taking place front the sea to Armentieres. Thirty thousand Germans, 100 guns, 48 waggons and munitions of war left Bruges for Gherit. SThe German head...
PATRIOTIC FUND [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 November 1914
PATRIOTIC FUND The Mayor (Cr. J. L Wyatt) desires 'oi scknuwledge the fdllowing dona. tamne: Amount previously ac knowledged ...£:l11 0 1 Portland Wharf Laborers' Union ... ... ' 5 0 0 Portland Methodist Sun day School 0 0 A. B. 2 0 0 Portland Public Tennis: Club ... 1 .0. IrMs. F. Martvn .. :10 6 JAmnes Pill ... ... 010 6 S. J. Treloar ... 0 10 6 A. J. Adamson . 10( 6 $.'Couch ... . :0 0 Total :0i, 7 7 eoxIA.- RELEF:..Sro.r'. ' .Amount previously ac knowledged . ... 11 0 Mrh. and Mrs J. Benson 1 1 0 Nons and Daughters of Temperance . ... 0 0 1'0 llaster J. Benson ... 0 2 6 Total .£11 7 6 RliE Coss.- FUxI,. .Amount previouisly uac-, " knowledgcd O G6 -Sons and Daughters of Tempesaince 0 Toftal 0 15 6 Y[cronuAsu PATRIIOTIC Vi '2(
North Portland Croquet Club. (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 November 1914
North Prti?ani Croquat Club. (Contributed). The liorough Council recently gave consent to It portioi of .thle Market Squa're being used by a Croquet Club formed in the northern portion of the iown. The game has become so popular among re-idents and visitors tlhat the capacity, of the existing greens is severely taxed: It was, therefore, deemed wise to form another club and obtain a ground that would be more convenient to manny of ollr toelns women. About twenty muembers al ready have joined, and at a meeting held at St. Stephen's School-hIll the ollicers were appointed. It is proposed to prepare a hard ground this season, and then make early provision for lay ing down a suitable lawn for next year. The first expense will be somcwh it heavy, but the movement has been entered into very enthusiasticlly. The members have every confidence in being able, with economy, to provide a very nime greon, and otherwise improve ' what has up to the present been a somewhat neglected reserve. The fo...
BOROUGH OF PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 November 1914
BOROUGH OF PORTLAND. ()NO'1(LA. is h1Leu3 gie l giv that thilel Clomr, rough of 1o1rt111111d pro foee to borrowI~ the io1 ll) f Two 'i'ioisti~ii P1)111110 (4221301) on theL credit of the Mlb1yoo. (ACll uoiiioro ((ld Ilurgoesse of theu 0110 Iloroulgh by tilhe issuleooif w'I'eonty t2)) de. boIutlroes of £14ff), eah, belring ilntelrest At the rate of Follul 111 d 11it1half 1101 O·lltlrann 't'hat S uch debentures~c Ile payable byi~ 41) ml fycarly ilootolinnhO toof f 713 7s °dml, inllclllg illnte'rst 1111011 thil pIrillncilpll out somtllIuigllIu the let of J11110e m11d 11 lotDcoo - bor in tihllI ye11t ltll t llhe o (ihlolrFaor ifllm tillh iBorough of Polrtl llli, o1 whIIchI alod wo0r1ks 11nd111 ndertakings tllhl e su11of Two, hunded11 00d 111111 fillve 1040 h101111.Jalty 1been11 oxplelldedf a10d will bIeprovidie for out of the id joluaul. 'I'll)e 0sti1111tt0 of cost of such11 wo~rks unJ lullertlhinllgo, lifll ff10 tih thLeICmLnt oIf in tollndel el)Xflllaiditul~rlof mIE 110 ll 11110.l. to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 November 1914
SH E MERS. CORCHBUILDER, ;. Geat I &thW eelwright& orseshoer:-- PEROY STREET, POLT LANI. -ý I. bogs5o ~ t?oe' his numerous patron; for their libeorl ou port In thc oas týiititfy thin i I i eý+'i tI lIv toitf ib tvilfhia oitant f m+ their oonfidOnoe by do. uniformly good work. cew;v fnd Second-hiad ? atgg?es always on IIand.. .uusmitheing Doeno, ad all kinds of Agricultural Implemeont Repaired?. Careful atteuntion given to the tyrelng of wheelso. Ehtlrnatos given for all repairs, if required. . orso-Shooing Strictlq 4ttondod to. Bi'ggie of all doeoriptioni ifa:,i r3 I, , ainta I and ronoewed. lough Repaired' Made Lightest draught. s o Stfzuple and Strong, They Cannot go Wrong. SSmplictlctly n great thing hn t sewing machtne,-eorpetalty when Syou ire Itn the country an- t}rave t t'" ityoursjt. WVARD BROS. torder. Pounds cheaper than others ?l arnntee every nmchrine-and let tou have it cn easy tcrms . Needlec and Par!t- - tplica uor any Machine. , SR '98 " STREEE, [2 "....
H.J.M. CAMPBELL THE LIBERAL CANDIDATE, [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 November 1914
H.J.M.OAMPBELL TILE LITBERAL CANDI)I)ATE, Will address the electors AT IIOTSPCIR, 11 a.m.,.Saturday, Nov. 14. WALLACEDALE, 4 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 14I. MYAMYN, 8 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 11. HEYWOOD SHOW, Wcdnescdiy, Nov. 18. LOWER CAPE ,BRIDGEWATEIR, 8 p.m., Wednerisday, Nov. ,18. KENTBRIUICK, 11 a.m ," Thursday, Nov. 19. PORTLANI), 8 p m., Thursday, Nov. II .
Allestree Sports Boxing Day, 1914. In aid of the Belgian Relief Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 November 1914
Allestree Sports Sozing Day, 1914. In aid of the Belgian Relief Fund. "President - A. . Combe, Esq. Vi:e. '.csiadent--)D. Fleeland, Eq. Cr.nmmittec: M~nssc . E. DIihldon. J. 'lIylor, \'. rIister, Cook. J. ledfetor, T. iHedftrn, A. McCubbin, H. Weat!unk, .1. Ila lonl, J. Melbourne, .1. IBoyer, .. Ca?rr. F. Cain, F. I)oneilhe, 3) Livingsitone, J. Lyon0. First Iace to sturt.at 12 o'c'iock shlnrp. x o.' ni. t. r.I I:A . . 1. ?lidcn 1I :ate--First pirize 10/; entry 1/. 2. oys' Race .. ".(. , ltr ' Race. 4. Slitllield :IfHndicep-Finrt prize CI, -eonucbld 7 t(id: third 2s 6d; entry Is G5. . 'VanltLing with Pole-First 7s ld; second 22O -l; entry I 6. Tug of-W?"i. I' Open hIandicnp Trot-Fir-t: 10s, second Sli: entry Is S. Greany .I g C(itse-Special piize; entry 18, S. ShMi Toising-First, 6tic Secoml o 6id; * entry In. WI'ATER EVENTS.- TIIR ENTe I .TIt O(R ON U0. 100 yards lfmndlicp-Flirnt ns ll, second 28 Od; entry Io. 31. Long Ditie-Fi't Gs: entry Gl. 12 Bartel Rucc--First is; elntry Gd. i3...