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Pocket Wireless. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 December 1914

Pocket Wireless. The lantest dvelornlent in wircleqs " learnmlh was shown recently nt ihe :impeorial Collcge. South Kensinton. . v the Marconi Comprny. It tonok t?ie form of a "pocket wireless." In four little knapsacks nil necessery apparatus cnin :be stored, and if, a marty were losn' in a wilderness. help could be easily summoned. At are .sent the nniaratus cnn only send nr.e(ss'ne.s within on fien of .15 miles. r~rt it is exvected, that in time tl;is ,.xango will be greatly increased.

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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THE TINKER'S CAMP." [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 December 1914

:HE "TINKER'S CAMP." At thu edge of the wood on a flat, .Gras;yv sieltered corner, with a crys tal brook babbling by, is crected the : hnker'b camp, consisting of small, hiouse-made tents with branches of tirees for poles and sacks for can Sras, and which do not conform to nilitary pattern, nor have the plans passed the Dern of Guild. They : are not for conventionality. They live the simple life on frugal fare. 'The tent lire is kindled from sticks egathered in the wood and whatever coal can be gathered by the wayside during their itineracy. The collec !tion of corned beef cans and syrup -t:ns are arranged out, and old and .young are busy cleaning and cutting the tins to be made into saleable wares. The old man and woman, *with faces covered with lines of aory anrid the effects of tihe weather, sit sucking' an old black ertty ip sagaint their cheek, are casting fur tive glances at the younger ones to see lhat they are doing their work right, uttering an oceasional oath at t::e "kids...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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GERMAN NAVAL RAID. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 December 1914

(G'ERMAN NAVAL RAID. London. Friday. The number of persons killed by the German bombardment of Scarborough, Hartlepool and Whitby is stated to be 112, and the wounded 400. The indignation caused throughout England by the wanton brutally of the raid- has had the effect of materially increasing the number of volunteers for naval and military service. The authorities are placading the country with a poster headed "Avenge Scar borough !" A sub-heading is, "Up and at End," and the placard goes on to denounce the boiubardment of defence less towns as the wholesale murder of innocent women and children, and con cludes with an appeal to the manhood of Great Britain to protect her shores 3rom the foe. New York, Friday. Fho "Tribune" declares that civilised opinion everywhere shares in the in dignation aroused by the bombardment of undefended coast towns. Such ruth lessness, the journal declares, will come home to roost. The London "Times" says such ruth less bombardments are utterly useless,...

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MODERN SURGERY. Paris, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 December 1914

MODERN SURGERY. Paris, Friday. Army medical statistics reveal a mortality rate among French wounded of '.40. It has been possible to return 54.1 per cent. to the front.

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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 December 1914

HLW lSTAC RATES The new postal rates, ilcluding the penny postage on letters, cnme in force on blay lat. The reduced rates are as follow: THRIOUGHOUT COMbtYNWEALTH AMD PAFUPA. Letter lo ,p I oz. Lett ardb ,sing It ,ld .ac Do. reply.,d . each half. Postcarab,sagli ,d . b..h Do. reply, ld. each half. P'rinted papers Od .per 2 o. Books, pttlit' -- idt Aut bt bltri ,, (tO per 8,oz;. n Australia O?.dper 8 0 ,lataztn es--Printted in Australia, Old. per 8 oz.; printed outside Austalia, Ojd. per 4 oz. pHansard," Owd. per 12 o. Commercial papers patterns, samples and merclaidtse; id. per 2 d o. OVRlISEA DUbIINlONS Lelters From the Commonlwealth to the United Kiit,gdun, ovetalbe dominions, British colonies and protectorates except the New iebrides, Id. per j o7. NEW ZEALAND AND TB EISLANDS. The rat.ea to New Zealand, Figh and British Solumoo Islands are: Let Id , oz. Po ards ngle ld. D rep id.ea Le ar ogI d. Do reply,ld each ha Magazines Id. 8 u.,. additlona o Books, ld 4 I z. Comme ap id. 2 ...

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FIGHTING IN FRANCE. Paris, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 December 1914

FIGHTING IN FRANCE. Paris, Friday. A communique say.: As the result of a vigorous offensive we captured several trenches at Auchney, near Labass, Loos, Saint Laurent, and the whole first line of trenches at Blangy. Our artillery gained a distinct advantage at 'Tracyleval and Champagne. The enemy blew up our trench north four Deparis. Three German battalions of infantry that attempted to debouch were repulsed.

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Mt. Gambier to Portland. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 December 1914

Mt. Cambier to Portland. .(By "d.E. Star" representative.) From Mount Gambier to Portland in 4:1 hours 1 That statement surely brings Victoria's popular seaside town much nearar to us than many people imagine. It is, however, neasly 80 miles by the route we took, and if we debit this distance with 'nother ten miles on account of the bad roads, then that 4½ hours from town to town holds good amongst some of our motor car trips. But I must add that we were travel ling in a Ford car, and that the man at the wheel was Mr. N. L. Brown, man agcr of Mtessrs. Duncan and Fraser's Mount Gambler motor business. Now, a good car ard a ski'ful driver count for a lot on a journey of this descrip tion, where there are long stretches of shifting sand and had roads to nego= tiata. This fact, indeed accounted for the fine run of 41 hours each way, in c!uding stops, which, hoxever, were neither caused by the aforesaid sand or punctures, or any of the happenings common to motor car journeys-our only sto...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 December 1914

AURT.LAND TELEPHOINU BUREAU. The ollowing i3aMlltottclophone:stati aud chargec: hname Fi. 3mino. Additional oflTown Convorsation. Smine. *Branxholmo .51 6d lyaduk 1P 9d Cape Ne!-un 24 2d Cavendish is 94 *Casterton via Branxliolne ln 9d Castorton via Hamilton ls4d is .oleraine la 4d Is Condih 6d d5 CIosselo' Is 9d Dannlngtoa Ij 9d Digby, via Branxbolmo ls 9d Dunkeld .10 9d Glentlhmpson Is 4d Is Hawkesdle lSa 9d Hamilton Is 9d MHeywood 2d 2d Kentbruck Od 5d Kirkstall Is 9d Koroit Is 9d Lake Bola lo 10d I 2d Macarthur Io 44 to $Merrino, via Branxholu e la 9d Morino, via Hamilton Is 44 Is Mount Gambier Is 9d Moyne Falla Is 9d Myamyn 6d G5 Narrawong 2d 2d Nolson 8d 6d Penal.urst Is 9d Port Fairy 8d 5d Port McDonne is 4d la Iipponhurst Is 9d Tyrendarra 3d 3d Yambuk Od Sd *Wallacedal Sd 64 Warrnambool Is 9 Wilcliff la 10d s 2 Woolsthorpe la 9d ree for messenger call, any person dind wihhln ono milo-3d. -Noto.-Branxholre closes from p.m. to £ p.m daily, and on VYednesday rom noon to 6 p.m. ...

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Sunday Night Paris, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 December 1914

Sunday Night Paris. Saturday. A communique says that' .the Allies gained ground slightly along-tho sand dunes to the north-east of Nieuport. The enemy delivered strong counter attacks. northward of Ypress and Menin load, but were repulsed. The British slightly advanced in the Arinenteries district. Johannesburg, Saturday. The South African Union forces casualties to date number 429, includ ing 128 killed in the Union and 32 in German South-West Africa. London, Saturday. The British Admniraly deny the loss of any British warships during the re cent German raid on the east coast of England. Petrograd, Saturday. Tt is ollicially stated that there is a lull along alnost the whole of the Eastern front. The CGerman attacks for the past few days on the Vistula have been in pulsed. The enemy's oflensivo in West Gtl icia has been checked. The Russians successfully executed offiensive operations at Sanoklisko front and captured 3,000 Austrians and sevetral guns. Dunkirk, Saturday. Ti1e Franco...

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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. AN EXPLANATION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 December 1914

O RRE.SPO E NCE i6 is to be dis*inctly understood that we +'l tio sitU identij~Jourselves with the opinio?n expressed b'l ou'r correspondents. AN EXPLANATION. (To the Editor.) SIR,-Would von kindly allow me space in your columns to corrcet any .erroneous ideas which may be current, so far as I and my fellow committeemen are concerned Some time ago (and before Portland sports program was drawn up) the committeo of the Nrar. rawoug Hall and an Allestree com mittee combined for the purpose of holding sports on B3oxing D)ay. I was .elected President; At a subsequent meeting it was decided to abaundon the sports on account of opposition sports in Portland. Evidently Ithe Allestice peoylo intend, without oul assistance, to carry on sports onnthat date (Box ing Day). They have elected Mr. J. l'aylor president. Hence the with drawal of my name and those of my fellow committeemen from the original program. Hoping this may load all to understand the altered conditions, I .inm, yours, etc., A....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 December 1914

" Uii:lt MANY OTHIIRS. "M'y little Iovy \ill?nil -edI to gut fElihtt ltul attal?ku.t. 'uglhiing Lit night," write? 3hr. Cape;el r, iutcravo Sti et, No It :Tlockhlltpton. Q., "Chanm'ellilk' ( ough nuda theu eiLuIn I eoiiivi g aony i iileecplcui " fight, f r a co .lle of dotia i uway's elii v'd '4lim wthnen the coughiny g cname tni. Pcfire ;)i'?ilog Chalnin r|i n n Cough Itrtn eldy . usedl Pmaiuiy i thr it vus t tred )l I ut nlthIirg . ca liiui .the "lghtcet rel.ef," Soldl y ihou t'tn, tfraL niid Co. ad lits. "Bulldog" and "Imperial" brands of Binder Tines carry with th'em the advantages to their users of a firm guarantee as to both length and quality. The guarantee we give to users is as follows: Quali!tl--Made strictly of "Good Fair Average" New Zealand hlemp. Length-W-ill average 450. ft. to the lb. St renqlh- -I'ill average more than 90 lb breaA-:ng strain. Tare--Not to exceed 1j lb. per bale. li'.ght--Every bale to weigh its full marked weight at time of shipment. A the p:;ice qu...

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SOLDIERS' COMFORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 December 1914

80L DIERS' COMFORTS. The hon. see of the A.WN.L., Mrs. i. Dinmond, wishes to aeknowledl with thanks donations of towels for the Red Cross Society from the followin,,: Cheque of £1/l from Mr. A S. lodgers. M H. It., for the purchase of towels. Mrs J Long 1 dozen towelb. Also from Mesdames Silvester, J Jarrett 2, W Osbourne, Learmonth, J Ht ed ditch, J T Kennedy, hiaggart, Couch 2, It Osbourne,. F A Kennedy, J 1R Woods, Stahle 2, LeCocq, Mzurch 2, Burt, Lanagan, Kay 2, .J T Kittson, R McLean 4, HI M Campbell 3, J T Newton 2, .J 1) Laidlaw, Towsennd, J Campbell, Dotter, Jov, J Wright 2, Hollard, Robins, Treloar, C Robb, A Black, iMurshall, T E Tulloh 3, M cL.enu, W F Hedditch 2. Veitch 2, H Day, Richard Cleghorn, A C Taylor 2, Hutchinson sen, A )imond 2, ( Campbell, Jennings,.J. Vickery, Pa'gels, Savin, F Dimond 3 Misses Johns, 1 Iledditch, Ferguson, McLeod, C McLeod, II Campbell 5, :Mackev, Nicholson, E Frost, Levtt 2, A .1 Kean, McoGldrich, ,Jackman, Mitchell, Maggie Mclean, Jerrett,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 December 1914

- OS?STi-A Bandlag. Will fluder please L return to this ollice. Britons Make Sure thati you npurclire the llritih-llado Xmas Cards, Auto-Stationery, Calendars and Booklets. A lair e and varied ni'M,,i' net direct *"au'Tuck and Son,. (Itluiilihcrs to their ?RT-jcsilies tile Kingaiii (niilu.) Also large assortmeniitt of prIestintt for dld Iand young. TOYE BROS., S_ ncy Store. lentinckt Street. iOROUGH of PORTLAND RESULT ('OF It'FEIENDti M "MOIl or tagainst, inereasiing the Portl hil I Hlopital Doniatitin front Twonpec to Fourpence in the Pound: - YES ... 282 NO ... 121 3T;ajority in faivor f the( inCerilse lil •Inforirial, t.0. J. L. WYA'IT, IReturninig Of(icer. hllli Decenber, 1114. Borough of Portland. T?ENDEIIIS, addressed to the Mayor, at .I the T'own Hall, andl duly einloroidl with aline o oof work teinderedt for, or litilunler ScoMtnutrt, will Ihl recrived up to 7.:0 p.m. iVEl)NWENISDAY, DEC. 2:1, for the Iun. -rArmetntiolncd work- 1,ii Contracl 11--Cln.struction P'almer streot....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 December 1914

, .-·;i: .? :- : :-- . - , ..r. .. ...i-. - 0>:1 COACHBUILDER, ,I".:e i;' :??i ac ,1 nithWhelwi'ight '& Iorse ?io : PEROY STREET, POFTLAND. If. "b g to th?-'c his nunmrous patrons for their liberal en port in the . a.ls t n-tify b'tia % I r,'i ??ijt irellv th itb will hia ohtant aim. "their .cOai lanoa by do. uniformly good work. Now and Soionu-hete Baggles always on Hand.. jaunemithing Done', and all kinds of Agricultural Imploments Repaired Oareeul attention given to tho tyreing of wheils. Estimates given for all repairs, if required. Ebrac-Shooing Strictly Attondod to. Piggio of all doscriptions Repaired,'Yaintal and renewed. lougli Repaired Ifade Lightese draught. . . . " . , . - · -4 A Gsood Sowing ? chlno Pays for Itselll Can't pay a frany price for your machlnsl I WARD BROS. selldirect to you at the lowest poy lble price--pay, freight to your station and hbsolutely guarantee their machines for 25 years. You can't do better than that-aud .you can't get abetter machi...

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THE WAR. LATEST NEWS. Saturday Night AUTONOMY OF EGYPT. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 December 1914

THE WAR. [l.(euter's Cablegrams.] LATEST NEWS. Saturday Night AUTONOMY OF EGYPT. London, Friday. Thle Khedive's uncle, Prince Hussein, has been appointed Sultan of Egypt, over which Great Britain has assumed a protectorate.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 December 1914

LA\Dts are notified by advertisement in another column that tim next visit to Portland of the lady representative of the "Nat.ra""Health Co., Melbourno, will take place on January 21. REC.IVrED.--We are pleased to ac knowledge receipt of "T'he South East ern Star Almanac and Directory for 1915," which is a highly creditable publication, and contains much useful informtition regarding the South-East ern district of South Australia, as well as this corner of Victoria. Portland is favoured with several photgraphsand a complete and up to-date directory. Dit.Ece Stm'tENes.-One of the in terned German steamers commandeered by the Commonwealth Government for the carriage of Australian produce to England called in be're on Friday and shipped a quantity of wool. She was a fint vessel of 7000 tons, and was ori ginally the Newiunster, but is now known only as C0. Messrs. W. P. An derson and Co are the local agents. A large steamer, the Clan M'Tavish, is expected to call in to-day for frozen pr...

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Portland Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 December 1914

Portland Sports. The following are the handicaps for the Portland sports to be held on Boxing Day in the Hurd street re serve:   Two Mile Walking Match. J, Jo!.ns ... ... Scratch In. .S. Gill ... 2 T. Peppard... ...: 3 T, Wilson ... 3 J. Johnson... ;.. 3 C. F. Gustus 3 J. A. Hampton . 3::. B. Vickery.. .-. 3 .. J. Hardigan . . .301 A. Hardigan .. . 3 30 A. Hardy .. : '.. 3:30 It. G. Adamson .. 3 30 T. Hcrbertson' - 3 45 J. Davis . .. 4 "T. J linson.'.. ... 7 Sheffield Handicap, 130 yards yards L. King ... 3 A. Wilson... 3 Smith .5 Voike ...5 ? Stanton... . 5 Ml. F. Kay 5 C. Wilson... 6 T. Quinlivan ... 10 . T. Dawkins . 10 H. Dent . -14 Two Mile Bike Raco'. '': T. Herbertson .j. Scratch G. Parker ... Scratch Yds: L. Adams .. .. .20 C. Fredricks 40 F. Andriis . 40 1. Herbertson .. 60 0. Sweet... ... 120 H. Crispo . ... 120 One Mile Foot Race. Smith..... ' S... Sratch S. F. Gustus ...Scratch J. Johnson' Scratch Y' ds. A. Mackay... E. T. Voiko . 10 J... ? hns . .. 15.. C. ...

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CONDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 December 1914

CONDAH. (From our correspondent ) At Messrs. P. Learmonth and Co.'s. stock stale on Wednesday sheep donated by Messrs W. L. Garnett, A. J. Mor- ton and John McDonald (Hotspur) were sold in aid of the Belgian relief fund. The sheep were resold several times and resulted in the fund benefit- ing to the extent of £20. At the same sale the late Mr.Donald Coutts' well known horse Winteriga was sold for 70 guineas, Mr. John Al- lardice, Morten, being the purchaser. At the last meeting of the P.L.C. it   was decided to purchase one dozen   copies of Mrs. R. S. Rass' book,"Eureka Freedom Fight of '54.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 December 1914

'a 9r attadclrua r, a."'tiau itv~ u.gti, c6 'oibf-, 3 s. V~ua'ptez:; ar ;fri m1 Iq°, ih a i Ioslb w#aa I I~t1jLI) F ar 11 i.,E)',a ý Iý Ioa (~rnl *" Iin 9 oy31h P~enedv, I vical ap_;.lcn.'itnt . !a Lae -: la it;:nt I iUI g 4n14J ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ "SI IaIiL a Int'r~a,~ Ii far~ r?.;:: l ~ "u'a J 1 A I M J A 3 BLulldog "and "Impezrial" brands of Binder Twine's ;a et n ihLau qigs' to hei users ofa fim gi arurt as to both length and qualit. eg urant ee we give to users is as follows:-' t ilu- ~ de stridly of "Guod Fair Avera gel 'aý / r dmz len' -L_ {i i I-q cegiorua' o d, ,oc, the 5lb : 6 ill decr e:Ue more the v 90 11s` A T r .--No1 -to. exceed : 1. Per baz' 1'V' x'iý ery bale to wic; f'I marvved wdght at Hire of shipmen r A : p. ice quold 6 4. < lb. it? coast per 1000 feet is etny i . ' Prememter thai the c,:`per r 2? it %.00O feel is the Itrie test of the price and that a coainparison of K.^ý *' "" e' ý, cost per lb. is general:y mislead ing, 'as twines somelibfes run as little as...

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War Correspondents as Spies. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 24 December 1914

War Uorresporiuents' as SSpies. The war coritajiondenit lhns fnllo., Ma evil day9 iiind ii the Ž. un eiteei tIcotnury' tHiiuo.\nMuw cli gine i- ii. weadcr an iu:.ido view ofi thu cliii trwlhic J.auve lid to thiii LII-Irr.IILL.n. Uho writer's lperoii.oil call voiii on ii &M binm to uj.!ai withl in t..rritv, and tin fir noton tioit "tih tnlrgraj.h liii aOt i dint's phn.I.-it ii uiii'ioi LU Mae army . sell Li Lliiy liar.. entry tik mre to sorn In practite e says it innk I:,uiit ini The tiuirpinu 4. Lii 111y Ibe ig ii liofeat tio moeiiiy, nut to grio vic iin Stw~ieness to uiit nlsritini' ihea n .iiri i ~srrecponndent ind tim t.eiri'Liiii i R.e many dincliaige hIs dlity ii lins miii.. 'ey ruthlesu y or aelilen Lil. Iii iin *casot in always i Ie Soul,. War ires~i siut inl the eCaIII lint "meil ii. seone dicaminetnoed iir uatmn.. iu I )wayli llteri a luitile, untL iu..lg a .sieed to the luniresi Levrngi Is .11'. 4eon tho military n-..u~rst. 1,-I... jdee tiiunieuredc ilesougen iiu *...

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