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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 December 1914

PORTLAND TELPHONE BUREAU. T'he ollow ing is a list I toelephone:stati and ci??reb - ShaŽso Fi. 3mins. Additional oflTowlan Converoation, Bains. *lra.oxlholrno .84 6d ,ynaduk .t 1P Od Uape -?.!Pon 2s1 2d Cavendish Is 9Bi .Caastcrton via Itrauxholme Is 94 Casnterton via llumiton La 4d is .olrzaie Is 4d sla Condalh 6d 54 Crosiley is 9d Dcnnington 12. 9d Digby, via Braoxholmo La 9d Dunkeld la 9d Glenictlhompton is 4d ls Ilawks?odrlo Is 9d Hamilton Ia 9d [Heywood 2d 2d Kentbruck 6d 6d Kirkstall Is 9d Koroit is 9d Lake BIola la 10d I 2d Macarthur is 44 l1 $MIerino, via BranUmlholrre Is 9d Morino, via Hamilton 1s 4d sla .Mount Gambier Is. 94d Mloyie Falls is; 9d Myamyn 64d' 54 Narrawong 2d 2d Nelson Bd 6d Penslurst Is 9d Port Fairy 8d Sd Port McDonne ls 4d ls Ripponhursc Is 9d Tyrendarra 3d Bd Yambuk 6d ld *Wallacedal 8d 64 Warrnambool ise 9 Wickliff ls 10d ls 2 Woolathorpe is 9d Fee for messenger call, any person died wlhhin one mile--3d. 0Note.--Branxholce closes from p.m. to 4 p.m. dail...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 December 1914

UEID ?dANV OTI[IS'IS. My lihttl boy With.. ua I to ge* fright fyi attackd oI cunhinbig it otiglt," i tos ::$ t~r. Ospn'er, nluanprve Street, No~rthl IRockh rippiril Q. Ciiihnon erIainii Cough 'jaIisthe (eaniiia iaving anuy i dlecplos :irrht hfr a couile uof irms ac'iiyu solieverd aiiwhnli lie coughinlg caVIm oni. tfore tug ryi mug Charnlrlin' Congh 1'Iuelly I uIead .aniiiy ilither r iiruetosed liitu lut 'oothling garu .hlu thu esliglult rtldf." Suhd by itouson, Iik e and Cu. . -'' IcltLA~u.'iS w a... li~b r -Ei: K.r 1,4 ., 4 ¸+: 'Butkl i'r" ahd "I r,",.utd" brands of Binder 'ltaInes ;cay ;.iil: ..n ?ti' , ...ges io their uscrs of a firm .guaaiaee.as to bath le ,,,. anrd quality. \ The ag~i ranlee we give to users is as fotlows. () j iii -Made strictly of "G od Fair AveraPe" Nu .l:'i? ?,?-d Hemp. I ~ W·- 3ill avr~~··a v~ 450 ft :r the its . S te..-- Wi acll.'. " more ~hwn O9 olb b b *i,· n' .strain .-" T:Y:iTre--Not to exceed 14 lb. per bate. S ihltil--Every bale to weigh "'s f,1, ma...

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Naval Battle. Three German Warships Sunk. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 December 1914

N aval lBattle.,; Three German Warships .Sunk. [lieuter's Cablegriams.l o " .. ndono Wednesadry. ,'le British, squadron, under Ad. miral Sturdeo, en&aRed and sunk, near ithe Falklund Islhnds, South America, theu Orllmman warshipis Scharnliorst, Oneisnmau, and Leipsic. Tioe .Dresden; and Nurnerg aro Ie being pursued by *British wlrrshlips. Si' The British had only a few casual ties. ..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 December 1914

IMPOlITANT 1' T XNDI"S' Vil:li die; s kindly lito'0 thti,,liCh e nxt, .isit of Ithe l.ely liprl'eseiititive of :.the "iNattitU'!i ]Idalthi" Coy., 'ielbouiie, t"?o Porltand, will take place oin l hu:shday, 17th Uecetinhoi, wlhn she 'may b', soon at MI-)tc's Hotel from 10 toT-30. adis ill ill-health are strtongly advised to0 consult hir and learn lhow good i:.bealth may be iestored to 1them by means of the wonder fiul ''Natumn " tomllnl Ira meiennt thatb has cured so nmany hundreds of wonion and girls of troubles pueculiar to their six. Time conmsulhtation will' hst . them nothing, and ilily silIavo thelli yeairs of Liunicesusary panll and. nisery. Meanwhilo sond 2d for frooee Health Guide for Womecn and Girls to )opb. CAL1, "Natura" HealthL Coy., 49 Elizoubeth street, Mollourno (only Vidc torian address.) CIIECKIrID AN EPIDEMIC. '"I hito been periodiolly attackel withl dysoutory," 'says Mr. lhiomas Samson, Sussex bt., (hey Lynn, Auckland, N.%., "and have never found anything to give ...

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THE WAR. December 6. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 December 1914

THE WAR. December 6. The -OGer'ans have bombarded a. madhlouse on the outskirts of Landz, in Riussia. Scores of the lunatics jumped from theo.windows of the buildings, and many of them were hurned alive. The capture of the Woermann line of steamers involves personal loss to the Kuiser, who was a large share holder in the company. The Russias ridicule the German nlaim Itor have captured thousands of Russians, and state tlhat the Germans :onceal their own losses of 23 guns in one district. After the German retreat at Stry koff, th;le Gerihnan dead were piled 3ft high aloiig ti,'Iroads. The inhabitante are now b,,?hg ~hfie dead. The Gerlmisris lst 160,000 men in the battle of Lodz, and tihe Austrians. 100,000 near Cracow, The Germans have been heavily reinforced against Russia. 'l'he German life assurance comnpan ies dluring the past three weeks have 1Aid £750,000 to the widows of men killed in the war. This money was paid principally on policies upon which nly ome premium hald been pa...

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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 December 1914

Local Land Board. thCu'h folloswng:c 3 S a' wore (dealb" oitlh (d the Courti Ho1ue, Portliiud, on Tliuscly 3rd Deconbci, , Iy .Ir. E. luiirgoss .I.d Ofilce: Prtish of Dinidioirg; pc. idlot 21, (>40 ne V. B. 3 Tuirnor.- Iecoiiieiidd. 6Pidllot 20, 300 3301IM A. WlakLii iorst; .-Rcoiiinoeiidudd; Pnrish of Duioiooe, allot o, 308 oc, Wil lialii .Clinrk.-Rconllnic'ledd ;233 cl3res west1,fc ioipn. 'Allots 5 and 5oA,-4(i5 ac, Dviid Cost, 13y.- Rocotiniondleidi llot aid i s pitlids pi oif 5. Parnsi (of .HoywHold, lib 13, sue A, 209 h, Evil Lovell, laniuls Fiinieganii'r-: fused; Milnolhio MlcGrogor, i coixinnieidod Paiisli of Myiininy pl dlot 02,\,, soc 15o,: CO P,'. EK1i3rney, vocoanTiiicndod . . .-;.T»Wu...^L*D.lrt~llck lb, :iil~ib;; 2A.\.v, la.. 2v. 'Spoiohii TlloKLcvoi n.-Rofiuacd" . Allot 25A, In. 'l '8i, Toin Douglass. -Refusad.. . ": ' Allots 311 iaid .32, .3 iir. 8p, HI:V. Richtoer. Recoinmeiodod- ' T 'shi1liw; a 1us1 anatiis: fr~foituro. mPiioisliof Niilnalioig, nllot 15, see A,; ...

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FIGHT IN A FLOOD. Dunkirk, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 December 1914

FIGHT IN A, FLOOD. Dunkirk, Tuesday;: TIe Germaus, at dawn on the 7lth inst., made another desperate attemnit to cros; the floods south east of Rains. capelle. Three powerful motor bority, fitted wvith seaach lights towinrga nudii ber of rafts, each carrying fifty mnn. were used. The rafts were fitted with machine guns. Belgians lined the edge of the floods, but the searchlights da;zzled them and prevented accurtite shooting, and enabled the Germans to maintain a murderous fire from the rafts. As the Germans were landing the Belgians hurried up with their own searchlights, and in turn made it difficult for the enemy's mnachline guns to be fired with accuracy. A fiantastic battle with searchlights continued for slne.t time. Gradually the Oermans were driven back, the masses on the raifts making effective targets A Ilicky shot brought down one German siiarch light. Men on a raft, attached to a motor boat, were flung linto the water, and uurrendered, and another inotor boat was beached...

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Pocket Wireless. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 December 1914

Pocket Wireless. The l]ntes?t development in wireooss teleornmh was shown recently a[ the I mperinl College. South ]oCnsinL.on, b. the Marconi Comopnny. t'-l tooi ithe form of a "pocket wireless." IJ, four little knapsacks all nocesseer 3ppnarat?s Can be stored. and it II .party were lost in a wildrcnesn. hol,)I cogild.be easily ~summoncd. At pre ient the nnppr-ttus can on;lv sond messanes with;i,: n ;i rc; cfi 5 ir ; i,. Out it is xeed oxae -that in m time tli? ranue will be treatll ineroascil.

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OUR WESTERN SEAPORT. THE RISE OF PORTLAND. OUTLET FOR WIMMERA AND THE MALLEE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 December 1914

OURi WESTERN SEAPORT. TIHEJ IIE OF. PORTLAND. OUTL'~T FOR WIMdERA AND ....TIE ~ALLEE. B "TatE A~ctx'.SnsEaA Rcvosinen.] Everyone bewails the abnormal oire pondFr.ance of the metropolis'over the esountry. While the provinc'al towns are losing popu'a'ion, and the cout~try generally--despite railway extension, increased settlement, water colserva tion, liberal loans to farmers, and a Go. .ernment. brimming over with solici t1ide for country interests-is practi. "-ally standing stiP', Melbourne ac .quires a plethoric haib, a diseased cor ps'uce, reogarded with apprehension by all thoughitful men. It is ent~r taining to hear country politicians de Sclaiming against the voracity of Mel bourne and its mighty appetite for ab sorbieg all the businessof the State, , or drawing to itself all the streams of notion, for mnaking the country mere tributary to imetropolitan grcotness. Country members have always been in a majority in Parliament. Why did they permiti the perpetuation of condi lions ...

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'THE TINKER'S CAMP." [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 December 1914

'THE TINKER'S CAMP." ·At thol edge of tle wood oni a flat, ' ras;y ~Tcltered corner, with a crys inl brook babl;ling by, is crected the .:nker's clampll, c:i: i.ting of sn,:Il, hlouse-made tentsl- with lbranches of trees for poles aund sacks for can:m vas, and which do not conform to military pattern, or lhave thle plans "-passed the Dean of Guild. They •are not for couventionality. They 'live the simnple life on frugal fare. The tcut fire is kind!cl from sticks gatlcheredt in the wood nud whatever coal cnn he gathered by the wayside (iduring their itiern cy. The collec ti:on of .crnced beef ranr.s and syrup tias re arrauged out, and. old.fiifid: . 'oung are busy cleaning aud cuit iig the tins to be made into sale blec wares. Thle old man and wowin,: with faces covered with lides ,:of .worry and the etects of the weatiher; s'it siucking an old black cutty o?p against their cheelkt are casting 'for tive glances at the younger ones .to see '.lhat they are doing their work ight, utteri...

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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. HOSPITAL SUNDAY. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 December 1914

CORRESPONDENCE 1t is to bec disinctlly understood tlhUat we ,L s ,c way identiffyourselves with the opimion expressed byr ot?" csrrespoloents. . HIIOSPIrIAL SUNDAY. ',. - (Ttrtae ibitor.) Sir,--Tha RomanCathulloic Church hal decided to set aside one Sunday in ]anuary as Hospital Sunday. Other churches. hrae been epplriached upon the suIject and def rred it for future consida.L'ion. .The :'Chiarity Re.view," published quarterly in Melbourne, is to hand, and the following extract will be read wiah iinterest by those who havo the well being of our local hospital at heart:-- War and -ruiiours of war. Tlhe ryes' of the world are f' cussed on elh;ie br.ttlefeld of Euirop, and solong, as tlte dr?;adfui war of nations con tiunu: itb i going 'to be difihult to stim ulats and even mnintain interest in aftairs philantliropi. Bat worse thian tlat, everythling seemn to point to thie fact ihit our charities are going ti be lharder pushed thtan ever to make entds mrer. Otn every Iand secretaries a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 December 1914

: - • · : ,~ ::?',.tT?:?.· ; : ..:: ,( .. .. .; I7/.' -,: . ?:?,', ? ' , W HEME R S. C0ACHBUILDER, ~artor~al Blac~ksmnth, Wheelwright & Horee shoer 'rr 4n s o he' hio nomwouos patrons for their liboe1 su potob ats v; n rC st~i1 f 'ixevly.b iCbwill hi osnoali t- hlr oanllo?, ,by do. utirfornly good work.' .. "- . blow and Sesonn1-hoad Ba~ggles always dn Haud. .,runt-thrieDano, and oll kinds of Agricullural Implementa Roealrod Cireful ettention given to theotyreing of wheels. Eatemateg given forall ropairs, if required. .orse Shooing Strictly Attndod. t:. 1eggle of all ieeertptnousRispnired,d'sintei and ronewed. iegh Repaired Mode Lightest draught. i oL~e rcep ig ost'to an absolutely guayantee their machines for 25 years, You c,-vt do ketter than that--and you can't get tter mdchi ~Iefor loveor moneyor Itse lfo SPaf'f F2sY a fansy pIrlot for your machine! WARD) fr.Oit. ettstirertfo yoo ntttie onreetpns not~e pfloe--fcoy to~eI~I to your sltatoo nssd nbaolufelygotsroul toei tuni...

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DEATH OF MR. ARTHUR, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 December 1914

DeATh OF IMa. ATIunn, M.P.-Mr. John Andrew Arthur, Minister for External Affairs in the Fislher Govern menr.t, who had Ien prevented by an afiection of the heart, from attending to his political or ddpartmental duties since tle day of his elction ias a mom brIm; of the Cabinet, died at 4 n.m on Wednesday. MrI. Arthur's death is IL particularly sad one. Although La com paratively young nman, bIeing only 39 years of ange, he was on the highl roatl to success. As a matter of fact, lhe Ihad travelled much further in thlat direction than most :men of his yeaiLs, and his future appelredl to be of the brighetest. I Onrrutuv.-¶I'he death took place at Heywoodl oni Monday last of a very old resident, in the yerson of Mrs. Cam eron, relict oi tihe lte Mr. Malcolm Cameronim, J.P., of Cave lHill. The funeral tookle place yesterday. LAncicav.-- Winnifred Hutclhinsin, a very stylishly attireld woman of 28, was airrested in Portland bIy Constable O'Donnell for tihe larceny at Ballaret of a gold ba...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 December 1914

DIED. JONES.-On the 9th Decembnr, at her residence, Blair street, Margaret, relict of the.late Mr. Jolhn Jones (mnson). Aged 73. The funeral will leave her late residence for the Siouth Coer tory odi Friday, at 2.310. IbTHRDA, DEEBERI0, IIIIJRSDAY, DE, BEBEBt 10, 1911?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 December 1914

MiABBIT Poisoning undertaken in nny lL[ part of the district. Apply,J.Laudie, • W'cSt Portland. "TOL UNTEERS wanted for Expedi : titonary Force. Apply J. L,. 'Wytt, suyor. G A. IIA WORTH, Consulting Herbal * ist. 12i Collins street, MeIlboune, ay i he seen at Mac's Ilotel, Portland, 't'. hunrdhty iiand Friday. BIr Illaworth lims cured inny severe canses (both sexes) in the Western districts. Those who sutfer ,rathl kidney troubles, blood dilsorders and raunnia should consult him. Distilled ex ?aets of herbs used. (In pills or tabloids.) .eo bioiling. Ladies--Mv special treatinenr ler yoour complaints will a?re operation. A Social I,7ILL be held in All Saita' ehoe.n.o.n. on FRIlD)AY, the IIth l)ecelber. .luliule ticket 's., Gentst' Single ticket I/fl, -dLldie I/. RefrehamCentrt. I ool musie. "t. Ksssv, J. Iocuia,:IIF , Joint Se'c. Tenders. f . C. IIENI1t invites tenders re . turnable on Sat;itday 12th, at noon, for crectionl of picket fencing, etc. S~ecifications at Town Iall. Portla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 December 1914

U81 ~I) 'IAXY (YrIII~I~s. ''1,1 httuk~ · ;,U~iv 1: j~in i~i ti" t~ e ritlit 'Kl (Zt j'l'er~l~ Ql SrI11) ETcitl Nw iii) hBim, wicrin .li ciieviiiiig einlr e uli. 'IiufirL :d5ibJUorl U~lmm culdji CiiihRnil c :iiiiii Sle i L &cii litili Ii l' :AAM1. KIAL'(5 LU' ·i.RY I AB8tTS -· i rru l g -~1UI "ButdoU " and "Imperial" brands of Blnder Twines carry with them the advantages to their users ~f a rfir guarantee as to buih length and quality. The y:wmrantee we give to users is as follows:-- \ - QC'l)i'y-Made strictly of "Good Fair Average' New Z.,,,and Hemp. .L,,tl?-Vill average 450 ft, to the lb. Stren:!fi--li' average more than 90 lb. \\\\\ brea ?*. ng .stir(in \ T re--Not to exceed 14 lb. per baleM I, i.;l;h--Every bale to weigh its full markted weight at time of shipment. A.t the price quoted 6dcL per lb. the cost per1000 feet Is enly 14L • _____ _ Remembeor that the cost per - ? -- ','?B100(0 feet is the true test of the .,~pace, and that a comparison of | r;i-T:i---. 1 *3 n? c...

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War Correspondents as Spies. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 December 1914

war uorresponictrons a3 Theo sar co3rresllo3utent 1:as follIks, a oril days and 1. tihe "''NuteInUlth C-enlury" \\ithlliall .1|u.lweIl gaies tile rzaldlr an inl:,ide -ic:t olh I lie ci(:lU', rhich :o' 3.3 ie3d to this depreciition. SB.e writer's perso..nl explll :r l, ,s ll 1blo hiin to ji/eak h 3 th Ilultll13r1t3 , IIIICI 'a first notes tlhlt "the tlc,0gr;3l*. 1h13 mIade the co .1re?sll3lrelll3nlllt a1 ilril,·o to k-- army sbicbh i:.. Ilmy ha1v:1 c.l" te.do .re to oerve." ]x prLc tice 11 he says itL wl.0rOs ol t in T''IO JpurpIlloS32 3. i tia ii aiy bl st" tl -?4e- lt the enclaly', 3:o. to I'tr3'3le Ii . or.esting 0py; for 31013 p a'033 t3 ao1ulna llder :u ?;Ie l: iil; kllsII It h. sinuoss tIo put ob.?;ule.hs hIt'ell 'Ill " e lily disl'lIic ge his: Ile lit.l t l t 03 .11 ?J.s'l ]Yl~l'f +L·tLC+LehI+ I.'blltlt )ll. IN ··lllilll ey ruth Lc.hs or dttlirlt3.Iy, bllt lI. o" ult is 13l13y3 ille tnllill'. Wa;ir I rtoI t? in the 0ca.11, ro3 l 533.m.n0 3. 3 1n 3.me dis.ilfectcld crnilr i lnt...

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"THE TINKER'S CAMP." [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 December 1914

'THE TINIEE'S CM!P." 'At tho dr ge o1 thl wood o01 a flt, ura-ssy seltered conier, with a crys tal brook babbli: I;by. is erected the tamil er cimp. c,.o,.i.t hg of small, Stonse-mnde-teints witlh branchles lof Irees for poles and sacks for ernl "as, anl d which ldo not con:form to .nilit,? y paIttern, nor have the pla.s passed tie Dean of Ouild. lTh.y ;are not for conventionality. Thley live the simplen life on frugal fare. ThLe teut fire is kiindled frolm sticks 1,athered in the wood lind whatever -onl c(an be gathered by the wvayslide shnrJug their itinern?y. The collvi tiol of cornlled lef , es alr n sil yrupll: 1"n- ore airi i?d out. iiid cli a ii yoiluig aire bsi, cleaeinc g nuld cutting habe tins to Ibe wlade into salClie rvares. Tle old rlml annd woman, Sarith fanres covered with lines of worry 4lind the effects of tihe welathler, sit slicking till old black crtly iup . gainllt tllheir cheel , ore easting follr Stire glace¢s ait tile' younlrger olnes to see thalnt they are d...

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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. HOSPITAL RATE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 December 1914

CORRESPONDENCE Itis fo be d' fectlUr rnderstood Bret wdse as aoteoo idenLtifyour1c98es reith tlrCopiRsior expressed br otrr c3r-espondents. HOSPITAL RATE. (To the Editor.) Sir,-The hospital board of manage. ment, finding the cost of maintenance to exceed the means of supply byseveral hundred pounds, resolved to ask the Iorough Council to increase tho hlos pital rate from 2d to 6d in the .8. The Council, taking no risks, decided to submit the mfatter to the ratepayers in the foum of a referendum, and they have urow to settlo the question by a Yea or Nay on the 19th inst. Touching the referendum: On questions of pub lic policy, involving the expenditure of hundreds of thousands of pounds, it is no doubt advisable to consult the rats payers, but if they called upon to sanc tion the expenditure of every rixpence ic thri rate, our Civic Fathers, like Othel'o. will soon liar their *occupa tion gone." They were not so anxious abodt taking a referendum on borrow ing £2000 for the gasworcs, ...

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BARLEY WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 December 1914

IIAU FEY WATE'I. E om. ptnt on arley. I rlllrrt boilinp a.ter, 2 oz. sunr, I~nmon peel or" eln wamrnml. Mix the patent barley to. na roeonth paste wilh a.mineglnsq of cold I n7.*tor, bour thiv imito the boilin, mn d-r, and stir avor the fire while l:oil. ene for Fi'e rminlfes.q.lhee flnvnor ,'i'th r'LL er lenion peel or cinanamion, and. aceten.

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