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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 November 1914

Hi.W OSr1AC A?S The new postal raler, ii.cluding the penny postage on lettller, cime in force on May Ibt. Tho reduced .rates are as follow: THROUGHOUT COM IOIN WEALTH AM)D 'A Ul'A. Letter Id ,pei ca. Lett ards ,sitlgl l]d .re c Do. reply ,ld :eacli half. l'otlcards,aiiglt ,ld . h-h , Do. reply, Id. each half. Priinted papers Od'.pper 2 oz. DBockb, plJIlltC->- bIC cL Ac"'ir, Oi' pr 8"oz;. n Australia :Oid .per 8 oz. Maeg'an es-^ 'ritntd in Australia, Old. peor 8 oz.; printed outside Anstrolia, Ojd, )dr4 oz. - '"Hnsard," b0d. per 12 oz. Commercial papers patterns, samples" and mercl.atidiae, ld. per 2 oz. OVERSEA DOMINIOIS Letters from the Commi.nwr Olalh to th United Kiclgdom, oversea dominironc; British colonies and protectorates except he New fecbrides, id. per 4 cz. NEW ZEALAND AND THEISLANDS. The rates to New Zealand, Figi and Britlbh Sloomo(, Ihlands are: Let Id d oz. Po idsa ngle ld. D rep Id.ea Le ar ngl d. Do reply,ld each h, Magaziiiee id. 8 oa., addltiona o Od. . Boolks,...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 November 1914

PORTLAND 7ELEPHONE BUREAU. Tih ()llow ing iea lint drtalephone:stati and alharxga:. Ante Fi lmins. Additional Of 'Lown Coovcraation, 3mion. llranxholma t80 6d Byanduk i Od Ucpe Yolson 2d 2d Cavendibh Xe 94 *Castcrton via llranxholme Il ed -ustorlon via 1 tin milton oI 40 In Coleraine - is 44 Is Conduh 6d 9id Ctoasley in 9d flannlngton li 94 Digby,via ranxaoxlolmo In 4d Dunkald la 9d Gloantlompson In 4d il Hawkosdole lon id Hamilton In Od PHoywood 2d 2d Kentbrucnk 60 5 Kirkstall Is 90 Koroit Is 9d Lake Bola is 10d 1 24 Macarthur in 44 i1 ralarino, via Branxhnlno la 94 Marino, via Hamilton in 44 Is Mount Gambler la. 9d Moyne Falln lii ld Mlyamyn 6d 113 Narriwong . 2d 2d Nelson 84 6d Punsbudrst 18 ld Port Fairy 8i Gd Port McDonne i 4d in Hipponhurst in 90 Tyrandorra id ld Yambuk ao 5d 0Wallacedal 8 6 Warrnambool in Wiokliff nl 104d i 2 Woolathorpe is 90 Foo for messenger onll, any person dind wishin onn mile-lid. 5Not.-Branxholr~a clonnafrom p.m. to 4 p.m. daily, and on Weuoonday rom n...

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THE HEYWOOD BAND. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 November 1914

THIE HIEYWOOD BAND. (To the Editor.) Sir,-In regard to the sale of gifts held on the evening of Heywood Show day in aid of the funds of the local band, I beg to convey the thanks and appreciation of the committee and the members of the band to those ladies who organised and carried out the effort, and to all who assisted in any way, not only for the splendid finan cial resul', but a'so for the greater in teresb and enthusiasm aroused in the district toward the band.-- am yours, etc., G.'K. BEST. Hen. See. Heywood Public Band.

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"THE TINKER'S CAMP." [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 November 1914

THE TINKER'S CAMP." 'At the edge of the wood on a flat, -.lras';y neltered corner, with a crys 4nl brook babbling by, is erected the tnk;cr's cmp, consisting of small, Srouse-made tent' with branches of rtecs for poles and sacks for can vas, and whlich do not conform to nilitary patter, Inor have tihe plans Inssed the Dean of Guild. They are not for conventionality. They ilre the simple life on frugal fore. htie tent fire is kindiled from sticks :a:thered in the wood and wbhatever coal can be gathered by the wayside eduring their itineracy. Tie collee :tion of corned beef cans ald syrulp: *.: !s are ?'rranged out, and old end S'founl . "iro bulsy cleaning and cutting t'he "tins to be made into saleable -wares. The old man and womann, w: hfaithi. ces covered with lines of oriy and the effects oe tlhe weather, 'it ulking an old black ciltty up agentii.t:thcir cheekt are casting fur .it:sye glances at the, younger ones to see .;:iii at:h tbley: aro doing their work rglhtilterittng' an ...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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THE WAR. Sunday night. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 November 1914

THE WAR. [Rcuttr's Cablegrams.] Sundry uight. The collier Khartoum was blown rup by a nineoffGrimsby. Thie crew was saved. The Commission formed to inquire into the loss of the battlc.hip Bulwark declares that the disaster was caused owing to an accident when loading ammunition fromi a barge at the time of tne explosion. The German cruisers rie still in Chlilian warter's. M r. Winston Churchill declares that England could lose a Dreardnouglht every mronth arnd still have plenty to support till thIe end of the war. Thie Russians continue to have suc cesses irl tle greatest.b battle. In the last stage the Gerrmans are exposed to incessairnt ervalry charges by thie Ttius sians. Tirhoe German a ununuitior? is nlow c?t off. ThIe Russians are now converging on Cracow frolr thr ccsidcs, and arel continually capturing the enemry's guns. The Goerm'nr s are retltreating in dis order. ThIe lrassians ini pursulit of thid re trerating Gerrrmans ceosscd a ford neck deep amnidst rushling icofeloes...

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

State Elections :h The triennial State eledtions took place on Thursday last and resulted, as was geneirally expected, in the return ot the Liberal Government to office with a considerable but more or less stable mnajority. The elections were remarkab!e for the small amount of heat generated, and in most cases the polling waslight.' Seven Liberal and nine Labor candidates were returned unopposed. In our own electorate of G!ene!g the election passed off very quietly, and resulted in the return of the sitting member, Mr Campbell by a slightly reduced majority. The only changes affecting the state.of parli sin the Assembly have. occurredl'in the neigbboring electorates of Port Fairy and Dundas. In the former Mr. H. S. Bai'ey, the Labor candidate, unseated Mr. Duffus, end in the latter Mr. Hbl den (Libor) had a lead of 320 votes on the first count,, and has a very good chance of winning. The totals were:- Hlolden. 2634:. W.. Kennedy bmith, 2369: J. Loughane, 00;1. Following are detai's ...

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British Naval Disaster BATTLESHIP BLOWN UP. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 November 1914

British Naval Disaster BATTLEYSBIP BLOWN UP. London, Thursday, It is oflicially stated that the British battleship Bulwarlk, 15,000 tons, was blown up ImI Sheerness harbour tlhi morning. It Is believed an explosion occurred in tile magazine. Only twelve wcre saved out of a crew of 780. Friday Evening. The British battleship Bulwark, ]~5,000 tons, was blown up in the Mcd way, at the mouth of the Thames, and 800 men perished. The cause of the disaster is a mystery. The band was playing at the time. The vessel sank in three minutes. Mr. Churchill, in announcing the disastet to the House of Commons, said the Admia.alty.was convinced that the internal magazine exploded, and rett the ship asunder. There was no upheaval of water and the Bulwark had entirely disappeared when the smoke had cleared. The ship's loss had not sPnaibly allfected the military posi tion, but the ,oss of life was very se. vere, The Bulwark disappeared in three minutes. The explosirn shook every building in the vicin...

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BARLEY WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 November 1914

1 o, ·pnicnt bnikv, :i q I " loiliuj;n 'a~iztoz,.l 2 (i' sug~nr, lemon ·poel or·d ;inwma~l 2f\ theo I~trato Ilfirlol' to n :lol'peste withl 'I Minoginel of wjl~l w~iter p~oor tbzis into thle boilingleom 4 r ·nnl oitir over tefire' whil \ lljoulo ien· for' fireo mmnl llco. Ilion finoor ~cinto r im~iei leonlo penl or. cmnonoin, nod

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THE WAR. Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 November 1914

THE WAiR. r "... [ Reuter's Gableg ias.' ' ' . Thursday Evenfng. Germany has appointed military ,overnors for the administration of Jlelgium provinces. Turkey is preparing an expedition with the object of abolishing Britain's occupation of Egypt. Fifteen thousand fresh Indian croops have landed.' Norwegians steamers harv been ,cizedl with American copper. Tihe Russians, :despite German ro ports, aro advancing on Cracow. Forty thousand fugitives have arrived in Stroburg, 'ho entire population being seired with panic. Thle Austrian commander offered to surrender Przymsel conditionally, butt the Rtussians refused. The French'people are delighted that thlho Prince of Wales has gone to the JIritisli front. Canada has a hundred thousand men ready. Lord Kitchener says that with his new million men he can easily get lthrough, A Turkish vessel was captured with German officers on board. Four Allies' aeroplanes trapped four German aeroplanes, deqoying ,them within range of covered batteries. ...

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Pocket Wireless. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 November 1914

P ~'·:~ ''rockot Wili T~S. I'I: -·::llr:n'tct dcvoldonrn'nt inl \r!c~ · ;te~~!·le; ;:oip WC 1J0nn' ]('rCiitV ;It. theC lnTnu~din (IiAle'on South~ kcusiwlrton. I~ fho I-:f Tai eon'c;ji Cor~nnan. It tool; in t6'.o; to~ otP a rIboclct \r~ccs" Ini Ifour iilittlo` ~k;;apsnlcl; 4 ill it cssory .·.unrnintu. otto h sin eto~d. nun if a i i:-,:rt ,' ; c Ca 1o~n4 n. wildrc 51cs. Ilii;) eni~o~ld Ito cs-dly Htiitnsiotted At nrc snent, tle' ni~ tin tnl q e'p~ only,~ etold i:;?!scp-wil~ l in onl nun;; of I5 unrs. -reitcro n\ihl hn tricatly ioninnnt'd.

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

IMlPORTANT TO LADIES! Will ]ndies kindly note that the inext visit of the Lady Representaitive of the "Nittiiii" lenlth Coy., Melbournie, to :Portaland, u will take plece on Thursday, 17th Decenhleor, wlient she nusy be seen at Mac's H-ote-ifromi 10 to 7.:30. Ladies in ill-henlih are strongly advised to consult lier and leiarn how good health may be *restored to thein by omeans of the wsander ful "Niturti" Honic Treatmnet that has cured so muminy hundreds of, woimi and girls of tioubles peculiar to their sex. The consultstionm will, cost theou nothlling, and inay save thoni years of unnecessary pain 4tnid misery. Mnnalwlile send 2d for free Health Guide for Woien i and Girls to Dopt. CL1, *iNitur'" Health Coy., 9ll Eliabethi streot, Melbourne (onily Vic toriau address.) THEY KEEP 1E FIREE.. "I used to utiffer considerably from in Obigeutionsmsnd livcr trouhle," s~ys Mi-. Jasl. le oshy, "Yorldene," Edem Vale Rd. et. Eden, N."A "Havieg tried. several no called cures with no good effec...

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

b? SALE--A quantity of i)ining nndi .' Iecdroom FurnImiture. Alp1ly, Observer - tce. ", OST-- Cow, briidle;chlin round horns . Rewaird for informattioin ia tl, it. •-tereabouts. Apply A. Hlohin, We-t .Wortland. 1 ABBIlT Pisoning uliertakenl in ainy purt of the district. Apply,J.lmorie, T--est lPortlamd. "TOTiUNTEIRS wnntcd fin. Ecxpedi Stionary Force. Apply.I . L,. Wyatt., _1ayor. - IOUNG Ladtly dlceirtus Ipoitiint Coli 10 1'iioli or lHellp; well recoiJnUlnde|ld. 4Mios) B. A. Leslie, Portlanl P'.(). TO.TICE is hereby givci iltit. olftl tlhe ?liexphirt~iJn of folirteciin)' dasraln tlh -ublication lieruof, applicaltiu will bt Icade to the Stii)IrCIe Cort o()f Victoria. in its prolbite juriidiictiin', tct, Ltetters of ..dllinistriitionI of thetu Ec-tat oit, Philip 4..yan, late of P'ortland, ill V ictcri't. Biorel, deccliesd, iiitestltti imlny Ihe Sr.?a tedc to Catliherine llyanl,. of t'orhlitnd, inu Victr'lia. aiforei.all , widow. h)einlg the wtiftof the .nild dleceiased. Dated thi., 2...

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

.r;.:;; H,~ E. M E R S . . CORCHBUILDER, General Black stnuth, Wheelwrig;ht & Horse hoer_ ··: .PEROYI STREET, POETLAN D. thstr cofionodnceby do. uniformly good wmork. ·i-···- ~ New aend Second-hand~ Buggies always on Hand. iaunemithing Done, and all kinds of Agric~ultural Implemento Repaire _ Careful attention giv~en to the tyreing of wheels. - Etimates given.for all repatra, If required. Earsro-Shooing Strictly Attended to, P.,ggiea of all descriptionas Rpaired, '~fainta l and renewed. laugh Repaired blade Lightest draughb. WING ~IACINE$5 A Geid Sewing Machine Pays for Itselfl San't pay a fancy price for yiur machinel ARD DROS. selidirect to you at the lowoest pos ible price-pay freight to your station and solutelty guarantee their machines for 25 years. uucau' do betier thcn tht-and you can't get abetter machine for loveor money. Write for . ltluatrated Catalog-Post free. Machbncs of all makes repaired, lteedles and Parts suppled for any tiachine. 36a38 ERROL STREET, NORTH...

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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. THE "GUARDIAN" GETS AHEAD OF ITSELF." (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 November 1914

CORRESPONDENCE It sa to be distinctly usulerstood tiuc towe i o'e u'sljr idenstijteoeursclves witlh thleopisioni rPsressed by oear cqrrespondestts. THE "GUARDIAN" GETS. AHEAD OF ITSELF." (To the Editor.) Sir,-I have this day been shown a copy of the Portland "Guardian" for the 13th instant, reporting my alleged inso'vency. and even mentioning the amount of my so-called liabilities. The 'Guardian's" statement, I herewith authorize you to say, is utterly untrue. I have not filed nty schedule, neither have I any intention of doing so. As to the "Guardian," niy Mlelbourne solicitors(Messts. Reynoldsand LArkin) havoethis day been instructed by me to move in the matter. Unless full re paration is made to me, with adequate compensation and "apology, a writ will intmediately follow. I may say that thtis malicious libel, which has caused great pain to my relatives and friends in this district, has also appeared in the OUstertoo "Newe:" My Sydney solicitor (Mr. Melville Montagu) has instrtc t...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 November 1914

Tue MIethodist Sunday School tea and public meeting will behhehld to-maoi row evening. An excellent programme huas been arranged. IIFis Siioo'iNsc;.-A meeting will be held at the Town Hall this evening foLr tile purpise of considering the ad visability of forming a Citizens' Volun teer Rifle Club. LAIS arre reminded that thu next visit to Portlandl of the lady ,epresen. tative of the "Nati'ria" l1ealth Conom pany will take place on 17thli Decem PI?aic Orf liiEAr.-¶Thie. local bakers announce by advertisement that on and after to morrow the price of bread will he increased to 8d. the 4lb loaf. We notice that the bakers of Hamilton bakers Ihave taken similar action. Oiri'.ianv.--On Saturday last the s.ad intelligence was received byv MI. F. Marshaill, of this town, that his elder brother; Mr. William Marshiall, had did at Brioken Hill, aLfter a brief ill ness, at thie age of. 5i7 years. The de ceased was, we believe, a leatlive of Portland. and spent the earlier part of his life here'...

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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 December 1914

NEW CSTAC RAlES The new postal rates, ielouding the penny postage on letters, cmse in force on May let. The reduced .ratee are as follow: THRLOUGHOUT COM? lO WEALTH ADD PAPUPA. Letter ld,peti tcz. Lett ards,singI tl,d .eae Do. reply ,id.each halt. Poitcards,stngl ,Id . ,.h Do. reply, Ld. each half. Printed papers 0?d .per 2 oz Books, pite it,-t ulrldi ABjLtrlia, 0? per 8:oz;. a Australia O~d .per 8 oz. Maraztn es-Printed in Australia, Ojd. per 8 'z.; printed outside Aaustrali, Old., per 4 oz. peransard," Od. per 12 o". Commercial papers patterns, samples and mercOladtse, id. pr 2 o2. OVRItSEA DOI) NIO? ] 0S Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kirgdom, oversea domeiniona, British colonies and protectorates except the New Hebridee, id. per B oz. NEW ZEALAND AND TBEISLANDS. The ra:tes to New Zealand, Figi and British Solomor, Islands are: Let Id oz. Po arda ngle id. D rep ld.ea Le ar ngl d. Do reply,ld each ha Magazirlee s d. 8 oz., additions o ojd. Books, ld 4 t. Oomme 8p Id. ...

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THE WAR. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 December 1914

THE WAR. [ Reuter's Cablegrams.J London, Wrdnesday. An oflicial communique issured at Paris at midnight on Tuesday states: - "TheGerman infantry unsuccessfully elndleavoured tocome out of the trenches southward of Lixse oote. We carried by assault, after a somwhalt hlot on counter, Chateau Park, Vermelles, be tween fBothune and Lone. The London "Daily Mail's" corre spondent at Copenhagen says that most of tlhe German warships hitherto at KieIl have been transferred to the North Sea. Great anotivity continues at Kiel. Several thousand mechanics are employed on submarines, water planes and floating batterios, but less activity is manifested on the five dread noughts in course of constr-ction. A heavily censored Rotterdam mes saige states that the Yset- battle li:" been rencwed with intense violence. Thi artillery fire on land is terrific, while the Briitish ships are flinging shells into tile German batteries. The Germans, on the eve of tihe battle, sent ian additional 3000 men to gar...

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State Elections [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 December 1914

-:' : State Elections T'he triennial State ekldtions took . ·?c3he on 'Tburday 'st and rtsulted, a' a as gnerirlly expected, in the return fl, the Ilberat Goseinntunt to otice , it| a (ons ileralj e I ur. lore or iIes *table mnajirity. The tlections a re Stlenlirkab e for the smnal amount of -'teRat getterate', IawlI ill most ca.ses the iiAlinig was light. Sevei L,;beral ciid iner Lbr cz.didates aere teturneri ,anoppo-led. In our owu uelectorat, of V.ene!g the election pas?ed (fl' very tjietly, altl resu'ted in the return of a12 si, ting imember, Mr Campbel, by a slightly reduced nt.jrity. 'T'he only r* itgi s affecting the state of parli sin the Aseumb'y have occurreTd in the anighboring electorates of Port Faily and Duondt.ls. In the former iMr. H. 8. Ilni ey, the Labor catndidate, unseated .!r. LDuffus, atitl in the latterbMr. Hol ala (Labor) haud a lead of 320 vates na th 6fi s coutt, at nd has a very god SchaInce of winniug. The t tals were:- "Holder, 26:14: W. Kennedy bmith, 2...

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THE WAR. Monday morning. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 December 1914

THE WAR. [ : Router's CiblcgrSins.a SMonday morning. In the German disaster three army corps are really surrounded. The Germans must surrender or annihila tion is inevitable. Thle German rein forcements coming to their assistance are held in check. Geiman strategy is defeated. One million Russians passed tihrough Warsaw going west. Tile Turkish army has been defeated witlh severe losses by the Russians in the Caucasus. The Allied, fleets are blockading the Dardanelles. Turks to the number of 7'i7,Q000 are marching to Suez. The Germans are making further desperate efforts to break the Allies' lines in Northern Frace. The French President is emphatic that there must be no precarious peace. The Russians sank a Geman cruiser and babily damaged another rind six destroyers, which went to Kiel for repairs. pLatest. The Germans are in gelti'fdorce neir Arras, and a desperate struggle is ex •eocted. .Japan refused a great Gerinan bribe. Zcebruggc, thlbportof BrigCs, offers a naval basefor th...

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