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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. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 November 1914

CURRESPONDENGCE t11 zs lo be distinctly understood that tee U: Io way ideiintify rselves with the opiupiu epressed bY or c wrrespoldenats. (To the Elditor.) : - Sir;--?,iiy I intriide upon y??or:itiil: ness- by asking you to put a littl:piar? graph in Monday's paper. expressing regret at miy riot bein, aile to say good bye to my mainy fiicenils in Portland, and particularly the Veri: Archdcneon Allnutt, Dr. Levis, Rev -J .1. StJlale and others :I found it impossible to gct iaround,- and I desire also to thanki iall for the gre?ait consideration anrid kindness shown ino at all times; -The happiest tinme of my life has bee'n sperit in Iolitland.--Yous mnost gratefully, S: 'TEPIHEnr SACNDYS." (To the'Editoi.) Sir,-It has been siuggested to no that we should do solietlhing more for tiho cause of our King and Empioe. The suugestioni is that we should take steps to provide facilities for all who iare desirous and willing to render them selves reasonably proficient in rifle shooting. Of co...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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GLENELG ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 November 1914

GL?cNsLo EI.nCmioN.-Mr. C. W.8. Pari Ior, tlhe Labor candidate, will address the electors iat o'rtlaind this, (Monday) evening. POLICe Couir'.-At the local couirt on Saturday, 14th inst., before E. E. Williams, P.M., Constable Arblaster, .Crown Lands bailifl, proceeded against Patrick Condcn that he did ignite inflmmannble material, to wit, marrain grass at Tyreondilrra East on the 22nd Juno MrA. Fielding appeared for the prosecutiuo and Mr. Williamson for the defence. King gave evidence thlit hie was a..farm er, rsiding lt Tyrnl dhr'r, ind Ild land 'idjoining tlhi de. i felndint's. ,On the date in questioln he was in the vicinity of the sand Ihum mocks and saw smoke rising in differ ent places. IHe afterwards saw defen dant come towalrds where he was, and saw him light a fire in the marram grass. It burnt part of tlhegrass. IHe spoke to the deiendant, who denied setting a fire, and told witness lie could prove it.- This Illrriiin gl'rss ,was planted it the expense of tlhe Govern ie...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 November 1914

FOR'LAND TELEPBONE BUREAU. 'The olloi ing is a list of telephonoeatati and chat geb:- huaso Fi. 3mins. Additional ofllown Conversation, 3mine. "iranxhlolmo t8d 6d 1yaduk JI 9d C(ape - e!.on 2d 2d Cavendish Is 9. d *nasterton via lBranxliolme Is 9d Uasterton via lllamiton In 4d In Coleraino is 4d la Condah 6d 5d Crnsol-.- )' 9d Dennington 21 9d Digby, via Branxholmo ia 9d Dunrkeld Is 9d Glenthempson 1 4d ls Ilawkesdelo ia] 9d Hamilton Is 9d (Heywood 2d 2d Kentbruck Gd Sd Kirkatall ls 9d Koroit is 9d Lake Bola Ia lOd 1 2d Maacarthur is 44 in i1Merino, via 1Branxholrre 1o I M. orind, via Hamilton ia 4d Is Mount Gambier Is. 9d Moyne Falls isT Od Ilyamyn 6d 5d Narrawong 2d 2d Nelson . d 6d Penalurat Is 9d Port Fairy dLd 6d Port McDonno ls 4d is Hipponhurst .. Is 9d Tyrendarra 3d 3d Yambuk Od Gd *Wallacedal 8d ld Warrnambool Is 9 Wickliff la 10d is 2 Woolathorpe Ia 9d Feo for messenger call, any person dind within one mile-3d. *Note.-Branxholr.e closes from p.m. to 1 p.m daily, and on Wed...

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

US1J-I) MANY OTIIIllS. "My little boy W".lh, im ued to ue fril?ht ft, 1".ittacks* ,f 'cugllhing ait night, ' w itea ^in Gi !un cr, 1 lllaLuriV8 Strlut, h't Lth i?lkLanlqtirn. "Ohlllunt erlimi'l Cough uel 'the ilanllt otf aSrilg mitany it dleeplesi. night fd i t couple of do;ea is w'ay relieved lhinI when the c?iuglilig caml e on. Hteforl a?einlg' ChamberhliiLul Cough Rtelieldy I tioes iuInny .other ti.ie l tied I 1te' Iit nilothiot; ie lilll the ?l'ghtest rel;ef." S1l, Ly 10homsnn, Brake and Co; -ami: lf M w. li m "B!iIlldo' and Inpe riafl" brands of Binder Twrines carry with t';n;,i tlk.e advxcltaecs to their users of a firm guaranitee as o?f both length and quality. The ~g: rantee we gie to users is as. follows:--c .QaTioy -.-?-lade strictly of "Good Fair Average" S:hi;t -Wl~~ I 'iaverage 450 ft. to the lb. /7 ' nth- ill average tore than 90 I.A b b,:h ng:: train ro~e ..' T 1,r-Not to exceed li lb. per bale. S1t, ith!-Every bale to weigh its full marked weight at time of sh:pment....

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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 November 1914

HLW UlA~C MA1ES The new postal rrIl?, i cluding the penny poetige on letters, ca"re in force on lNay 1st. The rcdocei ,r ates are as follow: THRIOUG LOUT CON DIU~E WEALTH AND PAFIUPA. Letter d ,pe r z. Lett ards sing Ild .eac Do. reply ,ld. each half. P', toard, sing It :ld. b,..h Do. reply, ld. escth half. Printed papers Old .per 2 oz. Books, pr nio'-r-, ordte Australis, OA per 8;oz;. n Australia Od .per 8 oz. Manaztn es-Printed in Australia, Old. per 8 .z.; printed outside Anotralia, 0ld. per 4 oz: 'llansard," Ohd. per 12 oz. Commercial papers patterns, eamples and merchandlse, Id. per 2 or. OVERSEA DOI1I]ONS Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdtm, oversea dominionr, British colonies and protectoratea except the New Hebrides, ld. per A oz. NEW ZEALAND AND TBEISLANDS. The rates to New Zealand, Figi and British SolomoO Islands are: Let Id I oz.. Po ardsa glo ld. D rep ld.ea Le ar ngl.. d. Do reply,ld each ha Magazines ed. 8 oa., additiona 4 o Old. Books, Id 4 cz. Commne...

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THE WAR. Thursday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 November 1914

THE WAR. [ Router's Cabblegr&nin.J Thursday Morningr. The pith of the war news shows that after six weeks' fighting the position of the Allies is satisfictory. ?1 The Germans are again reinforcing: W\arships bombarded the coast and much damage was done. The German eubmarine base suttileed. Portugal indends acting ilaider lBritish against Gerimany. The Cracow front is developing sue: cessfully. Tho Russians ropulsed the cenemy's cointer attacks, killing 6000 and e?aptutring'mmtny guns. The fleet is boinbarding Ziebruggo and Nieuipor t, destroying sll. Germaniu Jases.of opsu:ations along the coast: A -teifie 'and ml finial fl ort of "the orTemy is enceavouring to capture Calais. The British fleet destroyed the Ger man guns and armed motor boats along the promenade at Ostend. The Germans tried 12-inch guns in. effectually. The Rtussians have had a brilliant victory. The German main army is fleeing in disorder. The Russians made remarkable marches. Of three German regiments only...

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Pocket Wireless. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 November 1914

Packct Wirielss; ' Tlin toest devdlopnimlet in wirclen oloIrni'p was eshown re CC lfl' nt Ithe inuipri'lln ': Collec. So6ith Kensiiitoil. y -thl:Mariconi. Colnupnh. It took r.lieiformn ofil "oooket wireless." In 'ti iu:little kknasackl; : a nl ecesae; ::-apnriitiis ,ciin be stored, and if i1 a-v'?i: :ore l10 in a wildel ells. hel r.eoiild li e:nsily,-slimmoned.l At ire -iiT.t pliue'nptitntrali cnn only .selld '"iessna"eswSitliin an area of 15 limilcs. ,ti:t is oxiectil thltintlu timne l.ai ifne i;will b elefiitly incrensedl.

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VALEDICTORY FAREWELL TO MR. SANDYS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 November 1914

VALEDICTORY AR EWELL 9 Dt. SANDYS, At All Saints' school room on Wed. eesday evening a farewell was tendered o Dbr. Sandys, manager of the Savings Psnk, portland, who has been trans {erred to Maldon.. The first part of the weuing was devoted to a musical pretammP., in which Miss Kenny and Mi'" Bonn contributed songs, and the Misses Irochel a duet on the mando Iine Mr. Lyons a song and Mr. Mienan Sreccitation and Irish jig, all of which were very creditably rendered. Re freshments were then handed round, hter which the chairman, Mr. O'Don nell (in the absence of the Rev. Father Cain, who was unavoidably .detairied in Ballarat), said they now came to the mosb important part of the programme, ond that was in presenting Mr. Sandys, on behalf of the congreigatioP attending All Saints', with a small token of es. teem in reeognition of his many good qoalities, and of his valuable assistance to the church and choir, in which he had taken a great interest since his arrival in Portland. In th...

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"THE TINKER'S CAMP." [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 November 1914

'THE TINKER'S CAMP." At thfedge of the wood on a flat, trnas;y siweltered corner, with a crys tal brook babbling by, is erected tlhe '-tinker's camp, consisting of small, _iouse-made tents with branches of trees for poles and sacks for can yas, and which do not, conform to iri' .,'y patiern, nor have the plans passed the Dean of Guild. They ,.,are not for convcntionality. They live the simple life on frugal fare. The tent fire is kindled from sticks oathered in the wood and whatever coal can be gathered by the wayside tduring their itineracy. The collec 'tion of corned beef cans and syrup t:is are arranlged out, and old and ''o?n~g are busy cleaning and cutting tile tins to be made into saleanble rive'-s. The old man and woman, with faces covered with lines of wcreirty and the effects of the weather, wit 'sucking an old black catty up against their cheek, are casting fnr tive. glances at the younger ones to !seo :lint they are doing their work :righlt,r uttering an occasional oath a...

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STRANGER THAN FICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 November 1914

STRANCER THAN HICTION. (BY PaETE.) On the upper reiches of the Fitzroy river, and about seten or eight miles fromtnHeywood, are some thousands of acres of heathy watercourse and river -fl:t, which is probably the best un alienated Crown land in the State. One acre of it is probably worth 100 acres of the Portland heath Local residents were informed time after time that the land was not available. Then came the war with Germany and six N40 acre blocks were prompt y recom. mended to residents of Hochkirk at a land board held in Hamilton. Amongst the battle slogans that have sounded throughout the ages in spiring men to deeds of derring do five stand out li hke .stationbred 'shorthorn bulls in a monb of skimmilk calves: Nelson's "England expects," The Irop )ukle's "Up Guards and at 'emn; Col, Torn Price's 'Fire low and lay' 'gm out"; the Kaiser's "On, on to COlais,' and the famous L 'C. Bean's 'I. 6m sorry that 'any Unpleasantntss bas occurred " But what the battle slogge' is able to s...

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War Correspondents as Spies. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 November 1914

War z 'orresponaents as /j Spies. fWho war correspondent has fiillks ,an evil days, and il the "Ni'sleteenth Century" William Maxwell gives the roador an insido view of tio causes xwhioh have led to this depreciation. Tho writer's personal expcricalfees cn able him to speak with ullthority, and `he first notes that '"the telegrIapI has1 made the correspondent a mnllillco to the army which hi may havu every doe lire to serve." In practice lia says it wourks out in .liis way: Tho purpose (f an artny lweing to dofeat tho enemy, not to provide, in teresting "cupy" for nuewslialers, ti oanimander ili til field -makes it 1.it lntiiness to put olistacles lbetwceen tli Vorrespondent andmi tlhe te!egiraiil wiitre. He may diseoliago his diitv to his co uni try ruthlessly or delicaelly, lbut t11 rosult is always the minie. \War lrail *iut in theo c:an, and souner or ltlir' some disall'ecod corrcspolsndeittt "bIruLii .aw-ay" after a lbattle, aild lnlahiig ill speed to thoe learust telegra 'riii...

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The Taking of New Guinea. LETTERS FROM PORTLAND BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 November 1914

'he 1 aking of New Guinea. LETTERS FROM PORTLAND BOYS. We are greatly indeblcd to Mr. Walter Allen, son of our esteemed resi dent, Mr. John Allen, for the following excellent account of the naval and mili tary operations at the taking of New Guinea by the Australians. Mr.Allen is a member of the Portland naval militia, and volunteering for sorvice aboard at the outbreak of the war he was drafted into the expeditionary force that was sent to New Guinea, He was one of the first fifty of No. 4 Company, who were the first to land, and he saw a good deal of what took place. In addition to h;s own experiences, he has gathered first-hand information from men of the different companies that were engaged, so that his' account 'of this important undertaking is a complete and reliable one, and will dou'btless be read with great interest: Herbertshohe, Oct. 2, 1911. We left Port Moresby on Monday, 7th September. after transhipping fifty of No. 4 Co. Victorians, under Lieut. Bowen, to the cruise...

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BARLEY WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 November 1914

]IARLEY: TviATER. Ir oi.pntent barloy,. 1 ru'rt boilint rator, 2 oz. sugar., lemoni pccl or eii. inmnn. :Mix thie patent bahley to a •mnooth pnste with a wianglass of reald raiter,. pour this irito the boiling w-. .er, and stir ovor the fi whie ir hil oil ang for f?iv minutes, then. flavnr uith mziisr lemon peel or cinnamon, alnd Sc-teun,

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

LADIES ! YOUR HEALTB. Will ladies kindly noto that the next visit of the Lady Representative of the ."Natura" Health Coy., Melbourno, to Portland, will tako place on Thursday, 26th November, when she may be seen at Mac's Hotel from 10 to 7.30. Ladies in ill-health are strongly advised to consult her and learn how good, health may be restored to them by means of the wonder ful "Natura" Home Treatment that has cured so many hundreds of women and girls of troubles peculiar to their sex. The consultation will cost them nothing, and may save them years of unnecessary pain and misery. M?eanwhile send 2d for free Health -Guido for Women and Girls to Dept. CL1, "Natura'" lealth Coy., 49 Elizabeth street, Melbourne (only Vie toriau.address.) R"ELIEVES AT ONCE. "I lve a lways found Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and absolutely safe r.omdy foircolicand`diarrloea," says Mrs. Julia' Waliely, 78 Ball Stlreet, 'Wanganui, N.Z.. "For may years I.' auffered front, colic pains but smo..usin'...

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

:St. Stehoe?'s SUNDAY, 29nd November. Baptist Church Sunday next, Pcrencller - Pastor If. L'oulter. 'OREIGN MISSION SUNDAY. "The Lord's H1arvest." All .ents free. . Oli SAL E--'Tw wire iL lutrsses,. tin. " kapok hld sets. "10i'1uhoe," Hurd .atret. LO ST--Cow, lrindle ;chlti rountld orns Rleward for inlforlltio Ias to its th-t-ereanouts. Apply A. Hogan, We st icirtland. ABBIT Poisoning undertaken i l any ,part of the district. Apply,J.Lauirie. cest Iortlhld. 'OLUN'IE1I.I. RS wanted for sExpedi ' tionary Force. Apply .1. L. Wyatt, D1syor. .?iOUNG TLily desires position Corn Slenition or IIelp; well recollmmellded. J?l.iss) it A. Leslie, Portland P.O. F-OIL SAIEI-A l4uanltity of Surplus Fur. A l niture. Ap'ply, Mrs. (. Wrigh'l, lien Sinck street. -o the Tradespeople of Portland 9AKEI NOT'IC], that I will not he re. -lj 4 msible for ianyi lehts iuntrnete.l iiu mra name b1 anyone exep('Ilt iMis Coain and 'mesubers of my o il D WAT fil. N. PUBLIC MEETING. P P UBLIC M1.EI'TIN(iG for the pu...

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

W V. H EME _. r Ia S.< COACfHBUILDER, *oien oral Blaccksmith, Wheelwright & Horse:hoer ~.m( . R;I Y STREET, POITLAN D. , I. j* to thal?c his numurous patrons for their liberal as porb In the' n31 F, atify t'i, n - t ti I t'e atI !ll, ,n liv Vb it will his citant aim. th??lr confidOnce by do.. uniformly good work. Naow ;;F: S3 ondt-hi?l Biaglos always on Hand. In?wrnithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repaired CaOreful attention given to the tyreing of wheels. F=timatos given for all repairs, If required. Eorso-Shooing Strictly Attondoe to. t Eggio of all doscriptions Rapoirol,'laYintal and renewed. lough Repaired Made Lightest draught. Do Siaple and (trong, They Cannot go Wrong. fimplticity is a great thing In a oriic g uaehline,-erpecially whe you lire In the country Iond-have t?fIn it yourself. WARD BROS. Machnines have fewer parts than idy ohcr--nothing to get out of order. Pouuulscheaper than others We pay freight to your station guarantee ev...

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METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 November 1914

?1ET?TODIST SUNDAY ScnooL.- The seventieth anniversary of the above Sunday School will be celebrated on Sunday next; when special services will be conducted by Relv. C. Thomas. The usual tea and public meeting will be held on Tuesday evening. L.ADLEs' PATRIOTIC LEs?teis.-The secretara of the above (Mrs. S. F. Rlow) desires to acknowledge the following additional donations of the second In. stahnent:-Free Library Committee refund hire of hall for concert, £11/3; Mas. Townsend 5/; Miss L. Donahld 4/6; Mrs. JR IL Jarmonth, three pairs sox; MrIs Mart)yn, one pair sox; Miss blercer, I pailr sox; Mr. Hickey, fcre cairtage soldiers' comforts to railway station; one case containing 21 sheets, 26 towels, 45 pillow castes, 3 cushions, 3 washers, fidl the Red Cross Society, Melbourne. One case containing 59 Cardigan vests, 61 pairs underpaits, 50 cholera belts, 50 liandkerchlliefs, 9 pair's mittens, 5 pairs sox, forwarded to Lady MIayress' League, Melbourne. Borough Council Wednesday, Nov. 25....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 November 1914

IN MEMORIAM. SMITH.-In sad but loving memory of our darling little niece and conuin, who died on the 26th November, 1913. Little we thought we would lose you 0o hoon Little loved darling just in your bloom, Memory recalling in fancy we trace, )ear little Lena your swcet little face. Inaertd by her loving auntoi andl cousins, ,Emily, Wil, and Norman Kendrick. THURSDAY, NOV. 23, 191.4

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 November 1914

U-iRI) 31\ANY 07 [{88. ful itti ckd I g co hiig at .mghtL,~ . '.ilu 4lt. c L IIU 1i, iiurgaiv4 ZilCt. Nutl I ick~lpd n Q * nt~erlain' Longi i:aa thi wan u ,vie g mliay ra deekILIs rltif r 1 jipii f llilet I1lwiIy ulievel Iii i-v t heli iouugliig c~iica . l',fuir alit i lsvvy i a ivlui liing Il I loihg l' It rih i ligitest rul.e &IiI by -a ...- w..w - 1. * "Bululog" and "Imperial" brands of Binder 'Tines carry with them the advantages to their users ofa Arm guar-anite as to both length and quality. The g: mntee -we give to ur Is as follows:-- r 0, illl>--ade strictly of "Good Fair Average" N.euw Zealand Hemp. )t-Will average 450 ft. to the lb. 'Aen,-r!Vill average more than 90 16,Y\ ''V/' 6 ag train.. : r.jtal~Not to exceed lI lb. per bate. i ight--Every bale to weigh its (all marked weight at time of shipment A4 the price quoted 6td. per lb. the cost per1000 feet is only .l4/ad Remember that the cost per *- +1000 feet is the true test of the price, and that a comparison o...

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War Correspondents as Spies. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 November 1914

- War uorresponc aents as / I t y Spies. Tho war correspondent has falletl en evil das, and in tile "Nineuteenth i'-entury" \Viili~ar Maxwell gives the reador an illsideo vitew of tile causes whioh iihave led tothis tldeClreciation. Tho writer's lorsollnal sexperieLccs enll ahlo him to speak with autlhority, and he lirst notes thit "thel telegrapllh ha made the cirres?londent a' Inllrei(. to tho arrmy which it- matny have uevery de sire to nore.!! In practice he says it works out in this Way : Thl 1l)r0os (5 f 0n a|tiln tleig tol dfealt the l?oly', le:t to i'ro?r?lt il teresting "cupy" lfor Iew;seopers, 1the aummsauder i' hil- lidh ;lakes it his buitinless to plut obstaclcs betslieen til ,.orresponulemi t a::d th mstelegritlph wn'e. to mtny discOhargo hii dumty to his couni -ry ruthlessly or delitely buL the result is always; thie samec. W\\':ir Ir,. ll~t in thie cstit, aniid siut:er or II, IO .~ole disifeete:d ClorlelblllotieL "'he!'rli;lo -sway" after I battle, atid nlikijig il ue...

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