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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 January 1915

CAN BE CONTROLLED. During Summer months ehildlren are auhject to dioEnrders of the bowels and should receive moset creful attention. If loosenes of the bowels is notice Chamberlain'e Co"e and Diarrhoea Remedy ehould be given Childre. teething thave more or le~ diarrhoea which can be controlled by giving Chamberlain's Colic and Diarshoea Remedy at onee. Sold everywhere. CHIIECKE) AN EPIDEMIC. " hlave been periodically atracke. with dyventery." eys Mr. I homns Samrmo, duaeea bt.," Grey Lynn, Anckland, N.Z., "and have never found anything to give me the immediate relief that Clcamber?a;n' Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy does; it cer tainly checks the attack. When I was in ithe gxecery tradle I found Chambherlain' Colio and Diarrlhcea Remcd:a very popular aenaog the Macrie, ithaving done good work towards checking and epidemnic of ldysentery amonv them." Sold by Thonaon, Brake and Co. R?DucED STEAMER FAIit:S.-?9t i notified that from to-day thie palsenfger fares for the sammer per the steamn...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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"THE TINKER'S CAMP." [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 January 1915

-'TidE ~INKER'S CAMP." 2-? th~?~ge of the wooud on a fIfat, v r-:s eltered conier, with a crys 1I hr'ok bhhliUng by', is erected the fenkcr's camp, zcosisti:ng of small, :ouse-maide tents with branches of trees for poles and seacks for can ras, and whnich do :ot conform to niltiry pattern. nor have thIo plans Pas-ed tl:he De;n of Guild. They -are not for conventionality. They lhre the simple life on frugal fare. 'the tent fire is kindled from stickU *,athered in the wood and whatever oal can be ga:thered by the wayside ldnriny tieir itineraey. The eollee tlon of corncd beef car.s and syrul: "'ns :are arrangedl out, and old and -onng are busy cleaning, and cutting .the tin?s to be rezido into salehable wares. TIhe oll rnn and woma:n, with faces eoverol with. lines of worry aid the effect- of the weathler,. sIt src:kiln, an old b!aek cutty up aninst their clieek, are casting fur tire gIlences at the younger ones to ece .hat they are doing their work right. uttering an occasional oath ...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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A New Year Resolution. HOW TO PROVIDE FOR THE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 January 1915

A New Year Resolution . HOW TO PROVIDE FOR THE CHILDREN. Is. one cf those problems which facee most parents, and which often causes a deal of consideration and worry, as thay watch the small members of their fanipy gradually growing up around them. Whit is thb best they can do for them--how prepare them for the future, for the tight among their fellow belngs in the hurry and struggle for exitennie? Many parents would have been saved regret-perhaps even an aching heart-many a cnild'a disappointed career, if a little more thought had been given to the future of the youngster by those responsible for its existence. The dominant wish of the parents is to sre the children a credit to them, and the earliest provision for the child is a good education. In these days of cheap schooling in Australia this is not usually a difficult manner. S~hool over, comes the more import out qurstion of a trade, profession, or carejr of the boy, sometimes even for the girl, but in a less degree. There are ...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 January 1915

Borough of Portland. .~; AEIRYMEN and purveyors .f nilk within the Binughl are reoiwnde tat thle nReistxrtion fce forthe year 1913 .mouw due. S. LE CoCQ. Town Clerk. ortland h. A. and H. Society. 4i.EINDERki.-Atternativenudcnolmined tender, ire invited for Fruit Stall. (tt 1)riuks stll ind Lunchon Boothat Le Zortluid 1'. A. and H. Society'sy slhw, ide Counnittee guaranteeing Li for 411 3mc:eiaon. A 'pecidiiut price of L antd to I1 to he <iiur-eit f'r L.ncheon, and l fd ir After secon ksr. 'le-iulr 1, t i. in tl'e luand, of the icere tLry o or c befre the 18th January, 1t1U. -tith idil. it of 3Z per cent. G:. Bp.BENN'FF Secrs:ury. G. A. Haworth, CONSUqLTING( IIEIRBAL'ST, IMi Colins btreet, Me ~bounrn. cIr. Haworth hha cured umany revere uaes glhthseOeC) in tle Western distiricts. Th li .ho suffer with kidney trouler, £Iood diourder. nt anl:emm i shuild consult *.un. tDistil'ed extracts it hertn ua.d. (In pilte d tabloiii.) No boiling. Ladie -My itscial treatment for your a...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 January 1915

W. HEMERS. CO?CHB]LDE~R, r Geneoral Black.smt th,Wheelwright &- Horseshoe3? PEROY STREET, PORTLAND. WX V b eap to think his aferouo ptroo fotar thoir liberal oa port in the 1 a to ?tify t?hn x i i !l I ii ox , ? ?x illv thio it wilt hia oua?tat aim their onflidence by do. uniformly good work. New and 8ocond-hand Boggles alwaya on Hand. .uansamithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implementa Repafre4 Cateful attention givoen to the tyreing of wheels. Eitlmates g!ven for all repairs, If required. Earse-Shootsy Strictly Attendo to. P.aggie of all delscriptions Repairod,'2-intfl andronewed. lough Repaired Ifade Lightesat draught. oa oo . - 5fMNG M ND a G.ee Sawing achinns Pay3 for Itaffll *Oealt pay a fanoy ptoa for your mohl?oul W?L KDROS. sellaret tto youstthe lowest cop aible prte-pay freight to your station and I bsotltclty guantee their machines for 25 yeao. onca· 'tdobettertn that---and you eon't g?e abetter machine lor lovor money. Write foe too ekute Ceat- oe-Post t...

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ARREST. MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 1915 [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 January 1915

MONDAY, JlANUARY 11, 1915 Anrl;srT.--lJohn Treine wsL arrestedc on Saturday night by ConstabIcs O)'Donnell and Adams on a charge of having no lawful means of support. Complaints were made about the mnan'ns conduct to the police. lie will be brought before the Court on Wcdncs. duv. IS UNEQUALLED. l:vetyone .hould keep ;~a reliable medicine ii the home flr immediate use inl c;se of bowel trouble. Clhainlerlain'.s Colic and Diarrhomt It.:medy is uacqualled for this comllaint. If givlen at the. first unusual Ihmrene+s of the Ioels:i the attack may" b asoidel. IEen in ther melt ecvere anl dan ger?e: caeca it has. never Lccrrknowdr to fII. oid Lcvelywhtre. OWCcESSI'L SuLvEorers -The results to hand of the four candidates who attended the reect Junior Public ex arminatior from the Port'and Higher Elementary iSchool are very sarisfiac tory. Ma:ster Noel teory passed in arithnietic with distinction, :algebr, goiometry, Latin, geography antd draw ilg; MIiss Rtit Naismith in arithmetic with di...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 January 1915

IN MEMORIAM. BURNS. — In loving remembrance of our dear, fond mother, Catherine Burns, who departed this life on 9th January,   1914. The memory prized is more than gold, A mother's worth cannot be told ; Her loved ones now who miss her here Will always hold her memory dear. O, Sacred Heart of Jesus, Have mercy on her soul. [Inseted by her fond sons, Harry and   John.]

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 January 1915

MLl (SaCE RA'ES e new postal rates, isclnding the penny postage on letters, came in force on May 1et. The reduced crates are as follow: THROUGHOUT COMMONWEALTH AMD PAPUPA. Letter Id .pe r oz. Lett ardb ,ing1t,ld .sea lu. reply ,ld.each hail. l'obtcarsa,esnglt,ld. a..h Do. repty, id. each half. Primted papers O.d .per 2 or. Bookb, pluttd--,U lltdc AUo-N lie, Oi per 8,oz;. n Australia Old .per 8 rz. Magazrn es-Printed in Australia, Ojd. per 8 "z.; printed outside Australia, Old. per4 oz. "Hansard," Old. per 12 oz. Cuommercial papers patterns, samples and mercl.adtse, Id. per 2 oz. OVERSEA DOMINIONS Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversea dominions. British colonies and protectoratee except the New Hebrides, Id. per j oz. NEW ZEALAND AND THEISIAINDS. The ra??s ,to New Zealand, Figi and Briush Sutumoo Islands are: Let Id j oz. 'o :.zds agle ld. D rep d .ea Le ar ngi d. Do reply,ld each ha Magazices id. 8 oz., additiona o Ojd. Books, Id 4 cz. Comme ap id. 2 PIinte pa...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 January 1915

k'ORTLAND TELBPHONE BUREAU. The olloving ialiator telephone atati and charges: Name Fi. 3mhs. Additional ofTrown Conversatioa. 3miua. °tranxholme . 6dad idyaduk 1r 9d Cape ye!?on 24 2d Cavendish Is 94 *Canterton via Branxholme Is 9d Casterton via Hamilton Is4d Is Coleraine Is 4d In Condah 6d 54 Crotile: Is 9d Denningtoa Ij 9A Digby, via Brasxholme ln 9d Dunkold sla 9d Glenthompeon Is 4ad I Hawkesdale sj 9gd Hamilton Is 9d ýHeywood 2d 2d Kentbruck 6d 5d Kirkstall I* 9d Koroit Is 9d Lake Bola Is 1Od I 2d Macarthur lI 44 In ::Merino, via Biranoholhre Is 9d Merino, via Hamilton lI 4d Is Mount Gambier Is 9d 31oyne Falls Il 9d lyamyn ad 513 Narrawong 2d 2d Nelson 8d 6d Penosurst Is 9d Port Fairy 8d 6d Port McDonne Is 4d Is Ripponhurat Is 9g Tyrendarra 3d * 3d Yambuk 6d 5d *Wallacedal 8d 6d Warrnambool Is 9d Wickliff lasOd Is2 Woolathorpe Is 9d Fee for messenger call, any person dind wiihin one mile-3d. *Note.-Branxholre closes from p.mn. to 4 p.m. daily, and on Wednesday rom noon to 6 p.m...

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BARLEY WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 January 1915

BARLEY WATER. I "a. pntent barley, 1 quart boiling -W?er., 2 nz. en ar, lemon peel or ein iMamon. Mix the natent h:trley to a amooth paste with a wineglass of col?I watecr,'poor this into the boiling wn *er, and stir over the fire while hoil tine for five minutes. then flavor with ;vther lemon peel or cinnamon, and -?Jne?.e,

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Pocket Wireless. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 January 1915

Pocket Wireless. The latest develooment in w~-rrie telegraph wa: sthown recently at the .mperial College. South IK.en:s=hio,. by the Marconi Commnnv. It ?t,,I: the form " a: "tn,?:ct wircele.." ' :, rfour little knoapacks all 'necce~=rv anparatLs enn hIe stored. and i a "arty were lo-t in a w.ilderness., hIel "monld be easily snmmoned. At nrc sent the annaratus can only send maessages within en area oi 15 miles. n.nt it is exneeted th.Ct in time t!;'4 ranee will be greatly increased.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 January 1915

Ac t a a: ho r t; n . rw u :r . ^:0ELS SATOD nTzS. O.T. L : I'. G Dixon S . ,, _ . , C,., are prepared - ;. al !' P .;... , r., an., C'crdai s " t ..ing ta:e of affairs aL .c:: i; fr Traders to , ,r ';-;,-r ._ v.ic l will en urel Ac" i f.s .: f'is C:"rnfmpaniy haa large' S r..' , ,~;~;retc W .ort' , hr large .tn-or , r la.::z.:;ia Jquipd ? with thei we ··:: i: .: r -;ct :: ifr rurning L j, :!J' .: i t]? t all r ire-' S, . c t are adsJ 'iL- ;afle - e:*nr .Abrclnt.n. 'Wvrit fer i-'ce"'.:-o. 1/ - - "Buldog" and "lmprial" brands of Binder T/baems carry with them the advantages to their users of a iirn guarantee as to both length and quality. The guarantee we give to users is as folosz:z --\ , tali?--'dade strictly of "Good Fair A'erage"? bNew Zealand Hemp. Length-Will average 450 ft to the lb. / Strenith-- Will average more than 90 lb. b'reaing strain. Tare-Not to exceed I~ lb. per bale ZWeight--L'ery bale to weigh its full marked welght at time of si: pmet " At the price quoted 61?c pe...

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War Correspondents as Spies. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 January 1915

War Uor-respoc_ nt a c Spi.s. The war cor-esF.::-ndent ::as i:llc?. ma evil days, an ..: the "'?tltlmice,.th reader an ta.il? ?re. or i th c.l-.., efhieol have led to ti.is de-preii.,:i. RWhe writer's pe.r.a,,l esp r:"u. . , .: fsif him to sp.:erl r::tth anltorlly, aicd te first nuotes t.Jt "L'I4t te. l.: l'il U hi.s rmade the currp??p ,dl a mlci.lte Lto the army which :. msay h.iev reisy de sile to serve." In practice la says it uurii out in way : The purpose 1.f an ia::;:, r-,:g to infeat the entlsly, :: .,i . tarerting "copy" for newpIpll s,,r ta,. sammander i .ii. ,1'd I..., t a , Wsnemss to put ii,.t:neiiS ibette i. sorrespondent i:tid :til :ewt,-r.p.i. l." He may disi?ia?rg hli dite o:u i c'l;:ii 3ry ruthlessly or t cl ':.-i }. Ih i i:,. oult jis ui.:a}:. the maute. Warr I.r...h get in the c.:.p, an1l '.,ir 'Jr .' some dis fecullz corresplllnt,:rll "l--il,.:a away" after a battle, andi im.:L:' ,. *peed to the earrest tiel':ro' i lb. byond the military evirL· , d?-p:.. shea unc...

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THE WAR. LATEST NEWS. New York, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 January 1915

THE WAR. [ieuter's Cablegrams.j LATEST HEWS. New York, Tuesday. General von Mutltke in the course of in interview at Berlin said that Russia md France Ihad entered Great Britaink tervice, the lattert4iming at the exter ernmination of German shipping, com merce and industry. Germany has. hIr :aid, three million more soldiers, and the war woult last until the enemy had had enough. Everybody-prince and pauper-was, filled with detertmiu ttion to stick it out at ang price. Vigorous criticism is appearing in certain N-w York and Chiclgo Re publican newspapers, attacking Presi dent Wilson for disgracing America's name in Europe through his supineness while Belgium was being outraged anti destroyed, but lancning an immediate protest against Britain when a few hundred thousand dollars of American commerce was delayed by the British fleet The Italian war loan has bten largely oversubscried. Large numbers of Germans anti Austrains are leaving Rome under advice fromn their hme authorities. The ...

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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. PRODUCERS' NEEDS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 January 1915

CORRESPONDENCE It is lo be disincitt untderstood tha twe sil onwt ideJ?tifyotsrseies it t theopi?,ioo, expres ed bA our correspondents. PRODUCERS' NEEDS. (Ta the E itor.) dir,-?r. J. C. Kelsall's (secretary Ballarat Producers' Association) pro posal thatpro,'ucers'associations should he established in every town should re ceive the consideration which its im portance demands, but I would like to suggest it boenamed only.Prodocers' As sociation, because unless producers b~and together to secure equitable legis'ation and the best marketing facilities pos sible their interests must surely suffer. This should be obvious to all, and it is a pity that the good letters which ap pear in the press from time to time fton men smarting under oppression and grievances are lost in oblivion al most smmediately because there is no proper organisation to save them and take action upon them and demand that their respective members of Par liament should endeavor to bring about an improved state of aff...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 January 1915

THEY SAY That owing to the number of doctors joining the Expeditionary forces, the Warrnamboul hospital committee has found it impossible at present to fill the position of resident medieal officer at the institution. The work will be Lcarrie on by the honorary medical staff for the present. That the local preacher at Mouzic is in favour of dancing at present. That a Presbyterian clergyman of Sydney. named Hoister has applied to have his name changed to Reynolds, because Hoisler is German. He was born in Victoria, and his mother was an English woman; his father was of German birth, but never resided in Germany. He holds that Germany has been guilty of one blackest crimes on record. That a retired former resident of Kentbruck has left White Australia and gone to reside at China Town. That Lake Wendouree, near B.lla. rat, has reached the lowest point known for 47 years. That there was a fall in linen at the Mt. Richmond pidnic. That'a man named Lindsay Camp was fined £2 and 15/ costs ...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 January 1915

LADIES, WHY SUFFER Will ladies kindly note that the next visit to Portland of the Lady Represen tative of the "'Natura" Health Coy., Melbourne, will take place on Thursday, January 21, 1915, hen she may be seen at MLac' Hotel from 10 to 7.30. Ladies in ill-health are strongly advised to consult her and learn how good health may be restored to them by means of the wonder ful "Natura" Home Treatment that Ihas eared so many hundreds of women and girls of troubles peculiar to theirsex. The consultation will cost them nothing, and may rave thenm years of unnecessary lain :and misery. Meanwhile send 2d for free Ileclth Guide for Women and Girlsto Dept. CLI, "?Natumn" Health Coy., 49 Elia?beth -treet, Melbourne (only Vic tarian addrern.) 1WHOOPING COUGH. Never neglect WhoopingCough, for ehihl rean are often permaneutly injured by the awful stroing of the cough. There is no danger whatever from whoooingcough when Chamberlain's Cough ltmedy in freely given. IL should hbe given at once, repea...

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Crimes of Germany. MR. ROBERT BLATCHFORD'S SCATHING INDICTMENT. REPLY TO GERMAN BANKER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 January 1915

Crimes of Cermany. MR. ROBERT BLATCHFORD'S SCATHING INDICTMENT REPLY TO GERMAN BANKER. (From the "London Times.) Mr. Blatchford who contributed to the "Weekly Dispatch an earnest argu nient for quicker and more extensive recruiting of our young men between nineteen and thirty, and urging that the Goverarment should promise .£ a week pension for widows and disabled men and iL a week pension separation allowance for wives and other depen dents, deals also with cur position in the war by means of a seething "open letter" addressed to Privy Councillor Witting. president of the National Bank cf Germany. Herr Witting stated to an American newspoper correspondent that England broulhb on this war, and exclaimed in an outburst of malevolence, 'God, how we hate England and the English " Mr. Blatchford's reply is as follows: To Herr Witting. Sir,-Having read your angry state ment to the correspondent of the "New York Sun," I am tempted to point out to you, for yovr own tenefit, that your viole...

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THE TINKER'S CAMP." [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 January 1915

'THE TINKER'S CAMP." ,At th tede of the wood on a flat, ?assy s..clhred corner, with a crys tal hro~o baIal,.inz by. is erected the ink; r can:n. cu:_i tin- of snmall. Aousc-m;:de tenh? wihi branches of trees for rpoles and sacks for can .-s. an?!d which do not conform to mnilit.ary Pattern. :or have the plans caseCd the Dr.oi of Gaild- They .-are not fcr eonentionality. They live the snpl:e life on frugal fare. The tent Lire is kindled from sticks -gathered in the wood and whatever coal can be gathered by the wayside during their itineracy. The collee tion of corned beef cans and syrup tins are arranged out, and old and 3 ouna are busy cleaning and cutting the tins to be made into saleable wares. The old man and woman, -with fares covered with lines of worry and the effects of the weather, sit sue:kirn, an old black catty up ,a in-t their cheek are casting fur tive g?inces at the younger ones to s'ee that they are doing their work right, uttering an occasional oath at the "kids" fo...

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The War and its Lesson. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 January 1915

The War and its Lesson. Every hour's fiihting for supremacy between the Allied forces and the German army brings us nearer to a new era that will ultimately dominate the future policy of the Anglo Saxon race; in fact, of the entire world. There is one great lesson to be de rived from this gigantic conflict, and it is that the nation most effectively equipped and defended in perfect arms and scientific knowledge of the art of war will be successful. There are other wars than those carried on between nations fighting for some great goal. There are battles fought daily in our spheres. The health of the general army is an essential thing, and so is the health of each in dividual member of the fighting line. Thousands of the bravest and best of our soldier manhood are now leaving our shores to serve their country, and their kits would be more fully equipped if they contained the ever reliable nerve and blood remedy, Clements Tonic. In these nerve-tentioned times this medicine asserts is ...

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