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Portland Friendly Societies' Hospital Carnival and Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 February 1914
Portland Friendly Societies' Hos pital Carnival and Bazaar. The Friendly Societies' Hospital Car nival was brought to a close on Thurs day night. Public interest was chit fly centred in the various raffles, which were drawn under the supervision of Mr. T. E. C. Henry. The resu'ts were: Singer sewingn machine--\Viunnng number. 222, Mis E. Rentsch. 1Vcrtheim sewing machine-No. 82, (. Smitsh. Rafit. with five prizes-Model yacht (104) W. Terti I. Lady'& dressing cease (20) J. Reid Case of sine (88) Miss Mack.y. Acetplint bicye'e lamip (193) E. Osbourne. 101b box of tee (18) Ruprrt Rhook. Lady's bangle (174) T. W. Thomeon. Gents gold chain (45) R. Wiseoc. Tank'(li) M? Hultl. Crset'(39)Henderson and Cross. Cruet 59) Miss M. Anderson: Bisctid Barrel (21) N Bowes Case of oiine (30) Chionery Case of wine (18) S. Dean, Creswick, Tat Shsep-(37) Neil Millan. Si'ver watch (37) Elza Sleensan. Pipe (45) F. Zantuck P je(8O) F. I. Pitts, Pipe (42) C. Cathels. Lady's hand bay (41) Alice M; Fr...
Our Cable Service THE TANGO. Paris, Jan. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 February 1914
our- Calie SrVice (RsuTERs's TELEonAMi.) THE TANGO. Paris, Jan. 29. The Tango has been danced within the Vatican,with the Pope as an on looker. His Holiness, after having ques tioned several persons concerning the alleged immoral tendency of the step, decided to judge for himself. Accord ingly, two youthful members of the aristocracy in Rome were invited to give a denionstration of the dance at the Vatican. "Well," my dear children, said His Holiness, as the pair completed the movement, "you take your amusement very sndly." Then lie advised them to substitute for the Tango the Venetian dance, known as the Furlinna. Already the Furlana is being prac ticed in Paris, where it is called the "Popie's Dance." The Furlana is a 1 7th century pea. sant dance' which, in recent years, has been called La Gioconda, probably be cause Ponchielli ;embodied it in his opera of that name.
Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 February 1914
Market Report. The Australian Land, Mercantile and Finance Company report January130. Sheepskins -Small cata'ogues were submitted at this week's auction;'com petition was very keen on all Merino, Crosebred and Fine X Pete, which sold , l to- in sellers' favor, all- other line heing well disposed of at late rates Hidee. - Aversae supplies were brought forward this week. Buyers were in full attendancy and.the mar ket for iiL~eights was fully maintained. Tellow._$tialleu plies were sub mitted at Wecjnesday'siatctiuns. The market for well renidered " and ;good cotored. line. es decidly 10/ per ton in sellers'.favor k alte darker shades declined 5/ to 10/rýý4oc,
PORTLAND RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 February 1914
PORTLAND RACES. Following are the entries: NELSON HANDICAP. .J. T. Laidlaw's Kilora .J. Newton's La Carte F. H. Moore's Whaledine C. Nolte's Miss Binnia H. W. Meneel's Pirateer R. Napier's Mickie Free H. Connelly's Vacheron Miss M'Culloch's Sunny B. (late Sunny Land I1. Parkinson's McSinith PORTLAND HANDICAP. W. C. Bayley's Riot H. Connelly's Vacheron G. R. Patterson's Tioga T. Buckinghliii's Quisine L. C. McLean's T. F. HURDDE. RACE. II. V. McLeod's Nizkaa. I1. V. McLeod's Southerly F. I. Moore's Whaledine W. Wilburn's Chatter Boy (late Latan Boy) W. C. Bayley's Scotch Mixture R. .J. Lindsay's Van Dyke Miss M'Culloch's Souny B (late Sonny Land) R. Buekinghaim's Quisine HENTY HANDICAP. IT. V. McLeod's Elbro J. T. Laidlaw's Kilora .1. 'I'. Laidlaw'sNo Trumps G. :. Patterson's ioga W. C. Bayley's Riot H. Connelly's Vaclieron Miss Carinody's King Kirk Miss M'Culloch's.Sonny B (late Sonny Land) PONY RACE. R. H. Ruundell's Fig .J: Morrissey's Rolunia J; Morrisoy's Thunder's Lassie J. All...
CORRESPONDENCE It is to be dis[?]inctly understood that we in [?]o way identify ourselves with the opinion expressed by our correspondents. CASHMORE V. L.C.B. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 February 1914
COURRES PON BDE N CE It is to.be distinctly understood that we in .uoiosi identif ourselves with tlheopinioie expressed b,, our c srrespotdlents. CASHMORE V. L.C.B. (To the Editor.) Sir,-The bel lease tone and the challenge flung by the horny hand of Cashmere into the wowsrous face of L.C.B. reminds one of the encounter between Hector and Thersites before the walls of Troy. It will he remem- I beredihat Fpector anl his Trojans were makinga night sortie from the gates, I and after many Greeks had fallen to Hector's spear he was confroiuted by the crouching. figure of the deforned I cripple " Art thoiu for Hector 4" shouted the Trojan champion. "No, no, sir," whines Thersites, 'I am but a filthy rogue, a very scurvy rascal.' Many will think that Bridgewater'a silence and failure to defend iteelf practically amounts to the same admis eion. If Cashmoro's Hector ever meets his Achilles he will not hail from LOB. The reptilian slime of the woweer cau cus is oser it all, enervating the arm...
HAMILTON STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 February 1914
HAMILTON STOCK MARKET. Fat sheep.-We report a yarding of 500 good to paime ea s and wethers, including a fair proportion of lambs. These, with a fair attendance of trade present, met a satisfactory ma kit, though bidding dragged at times, and all except a few pen found purchassrs under the hammer. Store Sheep.-There was only a light supply of medium mierinos, comebacks and weaners, also a couple of pens of good forward crossbreds. The latter did not raach owners' reserves but practically all others were competed for. Fat cattle.--A small yArding of cows, light bullocks, with odd steers and heifers, sold under the hammer at the following satisfactory rates:-Odd bul locks .£8/I; light do., L6; steers, £5 to £5/7/0; heifers, £3/18; good cows, £4/18 to £5/7/6. Store Cattle.- A few springing heifers and cows, with calves, came to hand, and practically all sold under the hammer. Quotations. - Springing heifers, £"; cows, with calves; £3/13 to £4; dry cows, 3./ to 48/. Horses.-A few light ...
WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 February 1914
WEDDINC. A quiet bub pretty reddieg woe celebrated in All Saints' Cburch, Port land, on 15th January, by the Rev. Father Cair., the contracting parties being Mr. Alfred Bndd, of Titmaru, New Zealand, and Miss Lilian Jen nings, only daughter of Mrs. George Jennings, Wattle Hilt. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. Vivian Jennings, was dressed in a dainty white crepe de chine costume, champa'lge hast trimmed with tulle and lancer plumes. She was attended by Miss Maisie Papley, who was in a white sitk costume. Mr. Leslie Jennings acted as best man. Mr. and Mrs. Budd left for Melbourneo en route to Queensland. They were ten dered a hearty send off at the North Portland statitr. A very pleasant evening was spent on Friday, January 9th, in All Saints' schoolroon to say good-bye to Miss Lily Jennings, who was married on the 15th January. Rev. Father Cain made a presentation of a handsome sliver teapot on behalf of the congre gation, and spoke very highly of the good virtues o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 February 1914
- °UPy pair goltldrimmedi Spectaclea. XApply K' Marshall: OR Salo, nice Pony Gig and llIrness. F. 1larshall & Co., Laud agenta . W ANTED, to Rent a FarmV, 100 ncres or more. Client waiting. F. 3Utlarhall, Land agent+. 1. S\LE, r heap, Carbine llievele, in splcndid order. Apply 11. WCil-on, Ierev street. 0I R SALE, a f24t. ceitreeboard Sailing float, with two complete nets of sails. .Ae Apply ` Observer" oilice. IF you want a lotisehold or good Prpa rotor interview \W. Ilemnis, lacal agent for the Baltic PIaash Dairy Maclani ery Cu, W I iis tin uy as ree veld Ilini, to them HIt gave power to he mads the eons of ý ld, to themr that believe in His raiione.. t1. ,toin chap 1, 12v, lionay Bible. Primary School, Portland. W OREK ill he ricsuied oi MONDAY, W OEbuy 22nd. 11114. lusic and Drawing Lessons inirc date. ii. 11. TL'LOHI, Principal. For Sale by Tender, ()USINESS Premises, lest pnsitioni in jJ Portland (known as Lineker's) Lsand approx. l7ft min wide by iOft deep. :Sihip li...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 February 1914
',**_ vV. HEMM ER . COACHBUILDER, General Bla:ksmith,Wheelwright & Horseshoer PERCY STREET, POr.TLAND. HT . bogs to thank his numarou patrons for thoir liberal an port In .tho Was aolt~ify then a I tho p hlio g azerally that it. will his uatant 'aiim sin!LO tour aoosiaso by. do. uniformly. good work. ;Naw oni-sond-haad Baggles always .on Hand.. - , .unoothiing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implementd RepaIerd r 't Careful attontlon glon to the tyroing of wheols. Eiqilmatos given for all repaIrs, if required. SEr3o-Shooint Strictly. .ttondo tq. PRuggie of all deocriptions Itepaired, i'aintod and renewed. Plough Repaired Made Lightest draught. w HOWELL. OT.tBLLRIED 1878. Sao'eesorntb M&. D. Beat *Sszlptt .and.. iVonumenta Carver, Partland and.Samilton. JOB' PfVIýTTZTG MELBc5URN PRICES. Go ;wit hetide;or founder being the Shvof wril, and finding that a food e4 of'ýwivCe iiut1 run n ?at diatrion t . rrne,w havoprooured THiE BEST MACHINE IN THE MAIRKET arc nov.propa...
Our Cable Service LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 February 1914
Our Caflile BSrVica (RsEUTE~R TELEoGASI) LONDON, Saiturday. A collision took place . between' thi steamers Monroe and Namtueket, near Hog Island, during a fog. Both ves sels were seriously damaged. The Monroe sank, and 47 persons were drowned. Ten thousand pounds were stolen from the mail between the railway station and the post oflice in Southern Russia. Au otlicial was arrested. Disastrous floods have occurred in Brazil, ald 2,000 persons were drown ed. The damage to pioperty is ex pected to run into many thousands of pounds. Prince Frederick of "Weid has been chosen by the Powers as the King of Albania. lie assumes thu Crown within a month. Bandits. haveI kidpapped y Mt. Clarke, a .bunker at .Spokane, ino America. TJiey demand a ransom of £15,000 for his release. Motor busses are becoming Itstjn ishingly popular in London. A reward, has been offered for thl Reeks murderer. Owing to the Afrieau crisis ,Par liament has been opened. Martial law, it admits, was justified. The' Tndemn...
DIRECT SHIPMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 February 1914
fiteCs StIit'3IieTH. - The steamein' Waiatpat arrived on Thursday evening to loud frozenC meat and other producc for London direct. The shipment was a large one, and loading operations were not completed till the following night. .Followingi s a list of what she took!--oir 'Iondon--259b careases of mutton, 6.50Q ea cases of limb, 16 quar tte's of beif, 56 ibags beef, 45 casks of tallow, I8 hiles vwool. For Liverpool 008,t cteisses of Ilitith, 1I crates. lie ei. The whible consignnie't came frotIt the local frcezin".woiks. A Visi oi-t At niid-day on Friday a strange steamer stood iito the bay anttdrotiped atichor., She proved to be the Marsitt, from Capc Town to Syd new, and the reason of her, calling was to replenish her supply of provisions. These being obtained shie resumed her voyage at 6 pi.i Miss Mary G. Egan, of Greenwald, has been nomiitated for a studentship at the Melbourne University. The following are the piize -winners in this district in the lBird-day compe tition insti...
NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 February 1914
trEW QS1AC EA1LS 'Tire rnw poin) ratet, icludirg tlie prIrrny pret ge Lo let ri, coLie in force lon fl.y het.' .he trducctci rates are 1br1OCUHOU3T COrlNUIbWE1ALTFH AM) PMl UPA. Letter Id .w rA z. Letre erdovitg .l 14 ItrC Do. re ply ,1d. eud knif. lIc'statdis., ug I r,]d earh Do. rI ply. 3d. echlt tielf. Prrituld pepri s tOd . r 2 or. Bie lho psiurr n vrlift, CA per 8z; nr AueIrolit flfd .per 8 cz. flaazen.i-t i Prirti d it. Au rlstria, Odd. per 8 rs; prittid outside Aeustralii, 04d. per 4 iz. "LIU)B r sil6,"06 . plI( 12 2. Ciimnirrcirl peperi s ret r ri, etemplhs and rmercit rdite. 3d. pr r 2 i2. OVERIEA LIlllE0IsS Lettersfiri nithe CLn nmirte IIih to the United bir gditi Crn, 5a di flititlO, Britiii cilitini e tad perl tlctret ex uceopt the Nerm Ilit tdrid, li. pir i &lt;r. EW /EALAE Ab D 3 31lETeLADLS. Ilieurcr i p to ~ri /AilaIrd, Figi srd Brittih Shli n' r olisdb ore: Let .ld 4 a Icr rd' r leld8 D rip Id~ Le or ithy 4 Do repy ?jd .-ruh hr . MegtSHzi itds d 8 r:s additt...
PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 February 1914
PORTLAND TELEPHOBE BUREAU. The ollow ing toa tlint of telephonootat i snd Ehazte': h1urne Fi imias. Additor.oi offlloon olnv. nsvten.un. nins. IUraon'holtmoe tJ B Oil itynduk Is ltd UtiAle"nson . 21 2d oCvnrdioh la 9.1 Liaterton via llron.uholnes lB 03 Lusterton tia H jintilton Io4d is Coloraino In 4d 13 Condoh lid Cd Crotsslen Jis ltd Donuuington I.: t)igby, via d BDnxhalmt lt ltd Dunkeld `la ·· O d (ltenthcmpson is 4d is lowkel dcdele is ltd Thunttiton Is Gd Ileywood 2d 2d Kentbruck id Cd Kirkstall is ltd Koroit Is Od Lotke Bola is 10d 1 3d itacarthur is 4. Is iorioro, via Branshoirre la O :d Morino, via Hamilion 18nd 4 Is .1luuunt C arnbier Is ltd lloyneFalla lot ld ltyam3n it ld 51 Nur rawong 3d 2d Nelsen ltd i6d Pteniuat is l td Port Foiry 8id ed Port clionno la 4d Is Hipponhorst Is ltd ITjreulaorra ld td Yimb...k ld 5d t*'alltcedsl 8d sCd WVorrnambool lo ti'iclliff la 10 Is 2 Woolsthorpe It 9. Fro for meeoengvr onll, atny perucn dinrl vithin one oilto-ld. 'Note.-ranolxhlelme l...
ORCHARD PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 February 1914
U!RCHARDF ESTS. I31r; W. 11. DaRiey cives the fo'low ing cad ta.-' foar ter ccc ccc adht t ardcat et:- I-cr fcarota altica at, api apy £rpc'Wt wa iHatfl' a a am iturc', aasict?) 'i £4 o .. onLI) ;i.R9 L s... stu iYs tn 4· 40c ia'n a:·,1 · ca a I,~ u30lt' I4W i'CiI~ 4 b-c beat thue acnd 40gib wctc'. 1bar chewina insects c·ueb ale cacti in nitlli caterpillaca, usnt tr-enate of liida lla tat l a..r r or cio(call) aphii icaci seal e ioects use an oil praty cat, iIac titute trea air c sinica cat eitagn ii af l "ii rad tail icc 15)''aacf cuter. It ulia gai -diorm llt i e echt trlet. it iSt. tI(tJo tat US at eStttitc,'te Il gil(at1 to 20cal q caacr. cs a to aaaaC 1SpricyfuIr atplhtaicaea tIttaittC' the suIcc rita lae ada ICed tita' usCa' ofa tIac faitici iat wiaaiiti 1t .1 i ra 11c Ita. Inc' il a.f, cac plc y .at t 4ne . I ingI i w'et'r lt t ato it it a bueanrhd t~Ic a t~ f iaa nt cape cc hag ntiaelcc i ~ ~~ tacb tati cc ct ifalcer alasi3 icr atttakle I'+fure t-nti cna at at 5co~ oltralbtc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 February 1914
"Alus raialaS Yet," 13y GRI.AN T HElRI VEY, - Verses cf Vim for Full-Sized Men and Real Australian Women. "(Oraot "or. y, o1 e leufder onjld IU'Ot cis! ared-in o veraian po t. .An adno' t.o SoEpub on', 1ho w '.. ot.g of \ folk' is full of S illiant I p. *~o Potowtin otiv y Aostrooio.. soice. I henpia ul s on f sre ull otos I eins rat in t a way :wo los woul0 f diid IC tesl it lw-so t of a \\t l L \ft. llit i nl l n I rOd ilook 3lonshlo. ' ~unt if.. so. ono of ifh orogns.i r0 oos off,,r. 00' .Ar Li b d .. g eous Or, go oeoior its L- os fool i t'~ 00000" .5001' 1 tOl'j ~ psiot hAl 01 i at~i n [tros so t a is l os v e-,' Nos eock-Jun s.1s.1:1. say the Ballais of a Bi Au.tralka n A.:opos fol 00200 N'ooi~oi o fh'forrno~ of whoo Yuio..o Aoouosojr Oiso yaof h-fUnt If-s prloposcdl N.w C:oio.tl.'ooi,,i, foro foe Aooi.r Gifn1C..2f nof CIo'fth, .Ioot ife oIse piloo 'font too. os"POoCoroposlf Now .000, siLth Ion .1sud jor it s *is)oo. -. £ofO~rdersrio~s istoS ·5h, Young Auste,11s 2:okr Stero, L...
INCOME TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 February 1914
;t·ointTi.E- Todlao isd thi: Irrt chry AFoi the furirhlirn" f u it curie tnx re 50,n5' l iv jl4rtorrs 'iihse irurremne from adl swill'0es dirlire' I r: I ianrouii drl to £!\Ll rU l rrill nd risit rrrl Luirsistri of .'.rjiir, sr'rguk, 1 (iti , iintererLt, &u. In calsr's of ColmlriisR nInu trarrrsri iii otd dlitroirril fri-iron of onre ironrth is il riedir i inraile thcrrn Luri furnis h threir staito ,wniiits of rimi~urrrrtt, lii in ncut SIreuts, &U. -Iln lirt- n iritrI forr lud'nrr' thm ir.e t rinms beini" 2r iin1 MrueCi vits n, irm0 s Si- m11.n Iee Frim., N. '.W. *uFir uitirr. I rrrt i rillr h'r ill rnl gIut -'ryi le itI. 11 hiurrbnn I Iikng tht in hti- ro flani.J o inii msr t(Air. mint tim meh i Ik nr ily undtil ti rmurn p'urp:: on-r mim-m corrrmptmly slievltY I iin So ri d ''iirornrrusrr lIruim am.1--- Og
PORTLAND RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 February 1914
PORTLAND RACES. oil wifi g niU the weighs:-- S NELSON. HANDICAP. M.i 'Mulloch'.m Soniny B (lite 'L .Sandly I nd· ...:: o.N o nin L a CL rtmid .. 7 H I'iiLkiinson's Mc uniih 8' 7 IT~i Cunellfy s;~~c;~ Vacheron 1 NaideikinpieaMickie Fie TIT '.1 Meii',el's Pnimfee 8' r 1F. . If:Mboore's Whalldine 7 7 J. T. 'Liidlr's Kiloia ..' C. Nolte's MissaBinimla '7 HtJRDLE RACE 1.Wilburnim Cleitter 'Boy (t Latan Boy) .I 11 Miss M'Cullochk sSo'my l13 . 10 10 H.. V,.McLeod's Nizki... i 10 H. 'V. McLeod's Southerly3 [I. ,J. Lindsay's V an Dyko ... ' W. C. Blimyley's ScotAch Mi'xture . B. iluckinghanm's Quisine, .. 'I 0 F. 11. Moore's WhaIiiledine .:' PORTLAND 1HA1 DL A W. C. Thmyley's Riot 10 1 (. I' Pamtterson's Tioga , 8 12 L. O. McL.n' T. F. ...M '..17 2 H. CoIInelly'siwl Vihern 6 ¶ Ii. Buckinglhino's fluisine . ,60 BAY HANDICGAl c II. V. McLeod's Elbro 0 II J - T. Laidlaw's No Tri nip 1I:Pari'kiisnsn's McSomithm. '' L. C. McLean's F. T. .. .Newton'sLi L(.l Cte -. (3o. Cnelly's.VachmeromI U. Naipi...
TURKEY. St. Petersburg, Jan. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 February 1914
TURKEY. St. Petersburg, Jani. 29. Opinion is giowing in favour in ITuv shi of tho proposal that the Great Powers shlould consitler the advisabil ity of inalk ing a joint niaal demnonstia tion against Turkey, with a view to enforcing upon Turkey Sir Edward Otey s recent psi'oposals for a settle nieit in connc'tion with the Balkan Totonto, Monday. While crossing a track at the railway station the Duke of Connaught nar rowly escaped being run down by a passenger train. The driver saw the Duke in time and hastily jinmed the brakes on, the engine being pulled up within six inuhes of his Highness and Sir Henry Pel"att. The Duke was quite cool. Lordon, Monday. The King has arranged ihit Ilborers on his Sanudingham and other estates shall rece'ive the Saturday hishiholiday, with continuity of employment, '*rain or shine." 'They are to receive a toini mum of lGs weekly, which is 2, above the rishigg wage in the neighbourhood. Tha .osjority already received from 20s to 20s.
PORTLAND HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 February 1914
PORTLAND HOSPITAL The Committee mIet on Tuesday. Present-The Presidoob (Mr Long). Revs, Tait and Cotbber6, Wyatt, Mar ehall, Bourbaud, Miller and Woods. C ODslleSr'ONDENCE. Fromn Commonwealth Treasurer, en closing copies of the Amending Invalid. and Old-Age Pensions Bill 1913, which he regretted did not become law lest year. The hill provided:--' f any pon'i'ner becomes an inmate of a hos pital his pensioti for the frst 28 days of his stsy therein it not more then 28 days shall be withebld until he ceasre to be on inmate. I. he' atays more than 28 days one filth .af his pension for the period in excess of such 28 days shall be payable to him a6d the remain four-fifths to the hospitalr From Immigration and .Labor Bureau, iequiring wlheresrbouts of David Hole, who was recently discharged from the institution.-It was stated that Hole had gone to the Heywood railway works. From Sb, Arneud District Hospital, asking if inilk supplied at the institu tion was tested, or cows examined by .ex...