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

CANNOT GET HIS BREATI. "Ny little sen Sydney occasionally gets so btd -ith crou, that :he cannot get . h1i brelh, ' writes11rs, N. P. Lowi.,.FIlo Edd, Adelaid?.,d.A, ,Ifollw the ,liretio.s on the ttle of Chan ce)lain' Cough Remefdy m t eis yui kl?,Ireleived. I nevergo to be1 Witlout A bdtle of Cbaombrlain'neough, Resesdbyo.nisha?n for I never know.whel: ydyny will'be attacked with croup?' .. Sold by 'l'thomson, Brake andCo. Tssnsa TIADE.-The tanneries in Englanud are in a serious position owing to the difliculty in tihe way of obtain ing tanning extracts frionom Italy and .France. It is suggested that? South Afr'ica and Australiai might fill the gap. A hope is expressed tlhat British tanners will-regularly use wattle bark. The bulk of this trade hitherto has gone t~. Germany." CHECKED AN EPIDEMIC. "I have been periodlicaly attacke] with dyscnory," Gays Mr. lhmana admson, Sussex St., Grey Lynns, Auckland, .N.%., "sall haIvo uver. foaud sinyilhiup'to give me the ilmmediate relief lart...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 December 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. anieh ollow ing in alist of tolephone:t ati and oharg~oa: 1hame Fi. 3mina. Additional ofiTown Convoroation. 3mins. sranxholmo Li4 6d Byaduk Is gd Uape eloson 2d 2d Cavendiah la lJ WCasterton via Brsnxholme I Sd Custerton via Hamilton to 4d io Goloraine la 4d Is Condohs 6d lid Ciosslec 13 Sd Denningto. IJ 9d Digby, via Bronxholmo is ld Dunkold Is ld Glenthompoon Is 44 is Hawkoodoie Ian Od Hamoiltos is lid tHoywood 2d 2d Kentbruck 6d id Kirkstall Is ld Koroit Is ld Lako Bol lal0d I 2d Macarthur is kl Is Meleriho, via lroonxholrer Is ld Mcrino, via Hamilton la 48 Is Mount Gambior 1sa ld bloyne Falls l,7 Od Ilyasnyn lid 5 Narrawoog 2d 2d Neloon ld Bd Pensolurst is ld Port Fairy 8i 6d Port McL)onne ii 48 is Hipponhurst Is ld Tyrondorra 3d 8d Yambuk 6d lid *Wallaccdal ld ld Warrnambool Is 9d Wickhliff s 103 is 2 Woolothorpe Ia 9d Foe for meesoengr cnll, any person died wiihin one uilb-3d. *Note.-Brasxholree clooesfrom p.m. to 4 p.n, daily, and on Wednesday rom n...

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

: r -P ortland Hospital A meeting of the coommittee.of mahn agement was held at the Town Hall on Tuesday afternoon. Present-Rev', W, Tait (President) and Messrs! nWyatt, Marshall, Grant, McDonald and Woods. An apology for absence vas received from Mr, Bourbaud. CORnESPO5NDENCE. From Rev. W, Tait, stating that the board of. management of the Presby terian Church had decided to postpone consideration for one month of the request for Hospital Sunday.--Re ceived. From D; Hole, resigning position as wardsman.-Accepted. From Olive Gray, Geelong, applyin2, in response to an advertisement in the 'Argus,' for the position of probationer. -In reply to questions the secretary said ihe had not sentany advertisement to the 'Argus,' but understood that the matron bad taken some action with re gard to the appointment of a proba tioner.-This m'atter came up again later. From Agnes S. Thomson, resigning her position as cook.-Accepted, Appli. cations to be called. From S Ls Corq., town clerk, Port la...

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

1,)SI I) MNK OTIIEJAS. "J1 ,ileb~ ila tUflc, S ;trruch2 Nth Jtmn il. i(r,.pruui Q. 'Chum~j~bezhh' h.t ough. iL n~rlghltt f. r hi (0)21)10 oh clac a!icalya iehiitiIc fli itog Clh~amhxraiil's Coughb hten.cdli' I itied '2iii,.oy.,l til)' 1101 00) hittoo Lot onthllh'g - " Iotan thuo l~ghteat 'd~.cf.' bSth by J·~~~iandituoz Itrhaud Cu. p ____~nas~lr~ "UPILBP I £~a W-" B. I~ ~ "ditidog" and "Imperial" brands of Binder Twines carry with them the advantages to their users of a firm guarantee as to both length and quality. The gitarantee we give to users is as follows:- Quali'y--Made strictly of "Good Fair Average" Newo Zealand Hemp. L.' ;dit-Will average 450 Rt. to the lb. Sbrea'ngstra-in. average more than 90 lb 6 break'iny strain. Tire-lNot to exceed 15 lb. per bale. IV'iqht-Every bale to weigh its full marked wbeight at time of shipment 41 the price quoted 61d. per lb. the cost per1000 feet Is enly 14u& L _Remember that the cost per f1000 feet is the true test of the ~~ price. an...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 December 1914

TENNIS.. A match between Darttmoor and Drik Drik was played on the Drik Drik court on Saturday, 28th Nov. The weather was porfect and every. thing conltributed to a flune afternoon's sport. The scores were as follow: Gents' Doubles.- B. W. Conole and A. Linton lost to J. Sinnel and E. Jones 6--4 Mixed Doub!e.. Mis D. Conole and L.Olsenbeat Miss R.. Kerr and L. Kerr 6-1, Miss D. Conole and A Linton beat Miss R. Lightbody and J BDown (Nelson) ... 6-5 hlise . Conole and L. Olsen lost to Miss R. Kerr and J. Sinnel ... ... 4-0 Miss D. Conole and A; Linton bent MissD, Lightbodyand E. Matthewson ... 6-2 Miss D. Cnole and A Linton heat Miss R. Lghtbudy nid E Mattb'ewson ... 6-1 Miss S. Canolo and L. Olsen heat Miss D. Lightbod and N. Lightbody .. ... 6-1 MiisS. Cono!e and L Olsen'lsos to Miss R. Kerr and J. Brown (Nelson) " .. 4-6 Ladies' Double..-? Miss S. Counole and Miss Egan Sbeat Misses' R. and D. Lightbody ... ... 6-2 Miss S. Conole and Miss Egan beas Misses D. and R. ! Lcghtbody .-. ...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 December 1914

St. StoheOa's SUNDAY, Gth December. Baptist Church Sunday next. 'reacher - Pastor 11. Boulter. "Tih First Last, the 1ist First." All seats free. S ABBIt T Poisoninig uindertatkecn ii any t j rtuf tll the( district. Apply,..Liitrie, .Yest Portland. " OLNUNTEERS waited for Exl-di Stioiry Force. Apply J. L. W)att, -layor. G A. 1A WORTH, Consulting Hlerbal iet. 125 Collins struct, Melbourne, aanay be seen at Mac's Hlot'l, Portlanil, uext. Tniursldy ant Friday. Mr llawirtli ?im, cured ilinnly severet L'IIseS (botlh nexes) An the Western dlistricts. Tihose whoI still'xr aaith kiuney troubles, blood dinrdiers and niiieMnii should consult hiii. l)istilled ux Itrcts of lihrli used. (11 pills ior tabloids.) No moiling. Ladies --My specil tre-ititneir -4t~ youri cloplaints will Nive operntion. Public Notice W E. the uindersigned Il?ker of Portlaind, hereby notify the pulic that on -Ster It Dlecehiber the Iplice if Bread wii -*e uisdil to Sd. the 41b. loIf. (Signed) W. H. SWEATMAN S. J. T'KEIOA...

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

W. HEMERS . CORCHBUILDER, General Bl~aksmuth,Wheelwright & Horse~hoe - H. begs to thitA his numerous patrons for their liberal se port in the a, l t nstify tuoi iI !h~ , et'ii rillv butt it will his estaot aim their confilence by do. uniformly good work, .New and Senond-haid Buggies always on H~od. i.*unamithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repaired • t , , Careful attention given to the tyreing of wheels.' Estimatee given for all repairs, if -required. . ?rso-Shoofng Striotly Attended." . - ggie of all deeooriptionsRepaired,'?'alntaie and renewed. laugh Repaired Made Lightest draughb. R O' WING MACMHIN[$ Ge eod Sowing Machine Payo for Itselfl SDon't pay a fanoy prioe for ysur maohlnsl ARDf BROS. selldirect to you at the lowest pea. aible price-pay freight to your station and absolutely guarantee their machines for 25 years. aou can't do better than that-and you can't get abetter machine for tove or money. Write foe illustrated Catalog--Post free. Machines ...

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DUNDAS ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 December 1914

DNoDAs ELirios.-'Trh counting of the second prefermeeO votes of tae candidate Ilst on the poll (Mr. Loagh uane) gave Mr. W. V eennedy Smith a majority of 18 over Mi. E W Holden, the Laboi' candidate. 1HAnIII.'rox acnd tho immediate dis tiict has supplied 111 voluntm'is for the exp~editionary forces. IRele SimoormaN.. -Tho inectinb' on Monday evening last, called by the Mayor, for the purpose of forming a Citizens' uible Club, was poorly it tended. The public probably felt thati the desired object had, so far as Pott land was concerned, been already at tained by the old established rifle club, and to a maucl greater oxtent by the inauguration of comspulsory military training. Those who attended talked tni matter cver and decided to let time idea of forming a separate organisation lapse, fri the present at least, several annsounncin g their intention of juining the existing club. A Blo Fisi.-On Monday last, wshile trying to toempt time now all too wary mackerel at the boat harbour, a ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 3 December 1914

MA RRIED. SiH IPHEIRD-FROST.-On the 3rd of Octobelr, at S. Matthias, IRichmond, by1 the Rev. A. Allhmutt, Charles Alexander, oldest son of PeteriCato and Margaret Slhepherd, of Albert-Pnrkl to Mnrg'aret Gertrude IGretmi), youngoest daughlter of tIhe late Robort Frbst, of Portland. IN MEMORIA1. MUN?I'O.--In sad and loving memory of my dear boy, Daniel "Muirro, who dleparted this life at Otway otreet, Portland, orl De cember 1, 1110. He has gone, but not forgotten, Antul there dawns anoither year. Iu the lonely hoIur'a of thinking ,Thoughts of him are always near. Imrnunaculate Heart of Mary, Your pirayero for him extol; 0 Sntered Heartt Orf Jesus, Shave miercy On hisa soul. Inserted y 'lhcresoa Mconire, of Bllarirt. I btsb st IHURISDAY, D)E.U 3, 1914

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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 December 1914

NEW OSTAC RAIES The new postal rates, i.cluding the penny postage on letters, came in force on May let. The reduced ;rates are as follow: TIIROUGBOUT COMMONWEALTH Ald) PAIUPA. Lotter Id .pea L oz. Lett ards ,singl,ld .ear Do. reply ,d.each half. Poetcaras,etsgl ,ld . a.h Do. reply, Id. each half. Printed papers Old .per 2 oz. Booke, panted--turede Australia, 14 per 8:oz;. n Australia Old .per 8 er. Magazit es-Printed in Australia, O1d. per 8 oz.; printed outside Australia, Old. per 4 oz. "Hansard," 0ld. per 12 oz. Commercial papers patterns, samoples and mercrandtse, Id. per 2 oz. OV E.I(SEA DOMINIONS Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversea dominion;, British colonies and protectorates except the New Hebrides, Id. per j oz. NEW ZEALAND AND TBEISLANDS. Thn rates to New Zealand, Figi and British Solomon Islands are: Let ld j oz. Po arde ngle ld. D rep id.ea Le ar ngl d. Do reply,ld each ha Magazinee Id. 8 oz., addttlona o Ojd. Books, Id 4 za. Comme ap Id. 2 Printe...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 December 1914

PORL'AND TELEPHONE BUREAU. The ollowing isalltotu telephone'atati . and charges: Mamo Fi. 3mine. Additional °flTown Convornation. 3mins. IranIxholmo i8il 6d Iyaduk Is 9d Cape e!o.!on 2d 2d Cavendish le 94 *Castorton via Branxholmoe ' Is d C'a(terton via Hoamilton la 4d le Coleraine Ia 44d 1 Condnah 6d id Cronssley Is .9d Denningtou 1J 9d Digby, via Branxhomo la 9Od Dunkold ' sla 9d Glonthompoon la 4d le IHawkcadulo Is| 9d Hamilton 'a 9d WHeywood 2ii 2d Kentbruck 6d 5d' Kirketall Ia 9d Koroit is 9d Lake Bola ls 10d I 2d SMacarthur la 44 lI :Merino, via Branaholie es 9d Merino, via Hamilton la 44 lI . Mount Gambler la 9d Moyne Falls l?7 9d Mlyamyn 0di 54 Narrawong 2d 2d Neleon 8d 6d Pensblurst la 9d Port Fairy 8d 6d Port McDonne l 44d l Kipponhurat la 9d Tyrondarra 3d 8d Yambuk 6d 5d * Wallaccdal 8d 6 Warrnambool Is 9l Wickliff la 10l la 2 Woolathornoe is Ioe for mesaenger cnail, any poraon adid wihhin one mile-3d. *Note.-Branxholee cloocofrom p.m. to 4 p.m. daily, and on Wedneday rom...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 December 1914

V. I) MTAKY OTHIIEIRS. '" W. lit ti hoy ·VWitlzami ueCd to got friglht ftil.kuttue Li tf cIliltig at night, wrcites Mtlr. Ccaipctci·, lui giavo Street, Noith ¶!ockhnmptueii Q. Q " ChaiibeaCin's Cough iwus the mnens of earing imaney a tceplese 'ifittg for a coupdo of dlosce nlwnay relieved himt when ihe coughing cam ino. RBeore trying Cuehrrlain'a Cough Reomcdy I ueed metlay o.ther idvertued lein Lot nothing 6ve.liln the slightest rul.cf." Sold by ? uionrsue Make rind Cgo., ea BRLiL4ITNS A jJJI IADhITi ;;· i:P4bo *uWy cuu. "Bltltdog" and "Imperial" brands of Binder Twines carry with them the advantages to their users of a irm guarantee as to both length and quality. \ The guarantee we give to users, is as follows: Q'lalit--Made strictly of "Good Fair Averageu New\ Zealand Hemp. LenIth-Will average 450 ft to the lb. Stren gth-- Will average more than 90 lb . brcakingj strain. \ Tare-Not to exceed (l lb. per bale. Weigqht-Every bale to weigh its full marked weight at time of shipment. ...

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PREVIOUS ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 December 1914

*Palvious ErawrroN. npl::..:s iellu - EC l 3. . French .. 2580 The ne- House will comprise the following menberi:-'. Returied unopposed: Ab ilN5sTElUa L Allendale--Sir Alexander Peacock, lremirr. Borung--\V. " Hutchinson, Minister ,o Public Works. Dandenong-W- . S. Krast. Gilps'and South-T. W. Livingston 5lidister of'Education. Oippsland West-J. E. Mackey Guuboweer-Henry Angus. Lowan-James Menzies, Abbotsford-G. C. Webber. A;bert Park-G. A. Elmstli, leader s. the Opposition. Carlton--]. 11. Soly *Uollingwood-Ptartin Hannah. Fi'zroy-J. W. Billson .Flemington-E. C. \Varde G(eelong-William Plain Port Melbourne--G. Sangster Williamstoswn--John Lemman Elected: Mi 1BTERia AL. Al. Baird, 'Bllarat XWest s. Barnes, Wnalhalla '._ Bay'es, Toorak A. A. Billsos, Ovean J. Bowter, W?angarratta J. Ganreron,'O ippsland East A. F Cameron, Dalhousie H. J. tB. Campbell, Glenelg J. J. Carlis'e, Benalh A. Downward. Mornington J. F. Firer. Barwon J. Gordon, Waranga A. Gray, Korong. J. Gray, Swan Hill J. O...

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THE WAR. LATEST NEWS. EXPORTATION OF WOOL. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 December 1914

THE WAIR. -- - [Reuter's Cablegrams.] LATEST HEWS. EXPORTATION OF WOOL. London, Friday. The Government permits the expor ation of merino wools to United ltates on satisfactory guarantees.

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State Elections [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 December 1914

State Elections ST1e triennial State elettions took ?+lace on'Thursday last and resulted, t- u as generally expected, in the return tf the Liberal Government to office with a considerable tut more or less tnable majority. The tlections were veemorkb'e for the small amount of t:eat generated, and in most, cases the 1toling was light. Seven Liberal and -mine LnbJr candidates were returned atnopposed. In our own electorate of SuGIene!g the election passed (ff very -quietly, and resulted in the return of ?sbe it ting member, Mr Campbell by a slightly reduced mrjorily. The only Sdanges affecting the state of parli sin the Asemnb!y have occurred in the .nighhioring electorates of Port Fairy and Dundas. In the former Mr. B. S. 1:ai ey, the Labor candidate, unseated ,!r,. Duffus, und in the latter Mr. lol "ien (Ltlbor) had a lead of 320 votes -on th' fi st count, and has a very god chance of winning. The totals were:- Hdolder. 2634: W. Kennedy btmith, 2369: J. Lougnnane, 004. Following -re ...

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DANGEROUS CARICATURES London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 December 1914

DANGEROUS CARICATURES London, Friday. The British and French authorities have ,decided not to forward picture post to the army ridiculing the Kaiser or the Crown Prince of Gcrmrany. The reason given is that if such caricatures are found on prisoners or o ounded that fall into" the hands of the Germans the latter treat their captives sum marily. Prisoners are sometimes mal treated and shot.

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PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 December 1914

1'Ro RLSM NS. 1. Maiden Plato-First prize 10/; entry 1/. 2. Boys' Race. 3. Girls' Race. 4. Sheffield Handicap-First prize £l, second 7s 63: third 2s 6d; entry Is 65. ii. Vaulting with Pole-First 7s Gd; second 2s 6d:; entry Is. 6. Tugof.W\Var. 7 Open Hanlical Trot-First 10s, second lis; entry Is. 8. Greasy Pig Chase-Special p-ize; entry Is, 0. Sheaf Tossing -First 7s 6d, Eecond 2s Od; entry Is. WA.TERi EVENTS. TIace ENTRIES OR No PRIZE. 10. 100 yards Handicap-First 7s 6d, second 28 6,1; entry is. 11. Long Dive-First 5s; entry 6d. 12. Barrel Race-First 5s; entry Gd. 13. Gracsy Pole-First as; entry 6d. 14. Duck Hunt-Special prize; entry Gd. 15. Handicap Wood Chop of £2.-First prize 25s, second 10s, third ls; entry 2s. Competitiors to send in last three performances with entry. Com mittee will provide logs, 15 inches in diameter. Entries to be in for this before 19th December. 16, Obstacle Race-First 7s 6d, second 2s 61; entry Is. 17. Horse over Hurdles-First 10s, second Gs; ontry'ls. 1...

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A TRAITOROUS MAYOR. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 December 1914

A TRAITOROUS MAYOR. London, Friday. A British officer, writing to the "Manchester Guardian," narrates that when the Germans attacked Ypres, in ]elgium, they spared the town hall. This aroused, suspicion, and a search revealed an enormous quantity of stores and ammunition beneath the town hall, which had been placed there, with the mayor's connivance, when t? Ger mans. first- occupied Ypres. Immne diately the traitorous mayor was shot the Germans shelled the town hall.

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Portland Harbour. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 December 1914

Portland Harbour. The following letter alappeared in a recent issue of the 'Horsham Times': Sir,-B. r. J. L. Clarko's letteir in a recent issie with respect to proceeding with the construction of the northern bretkwater at Portland, will, I trust, receive the support of those who wish to see progress made. Through Port and not being provided with the neces tary.shipping facilitiee, it has been a ter ous hindrance to the advancement of contiguous districts and to the-Coins monwealth for many dears. This.is well known to those who have given the matter full consideration, and this fat 'is forced upon' us when we con sider the wealth and prosperity of such towns as Gisborne (N.Z.), and Burnie (Tas.), towns which I have visited several t:mes, a.d can repeat what I have said before in the Press-thatrthe resources and capabilities of-the lands in their respective districts do not sur pass those of Portland. A few days residence at either of the towns nmen tioned would soon convince anyone...

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SUEZ CANAL MENACED. Copenhagen, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 7 December 1914

SUEZ CANAL MENACED. Copenhagen, Friday. A messago from Berlin states jthat the Turks, under German direction, are constructing a military railway to facilitate transport to the Suez Canal.

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