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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 January 1915

THEY SAY That the boom is off at the Box thorns. That open air services are preferred at Kenthruck church. That white boots were an outstand ing feature at the late Kentbruck wedding That on the heath at Mouzie, there are sheep and cattle on ever side, and the nags are poor and - . That .Norman and the old blsck mare are putting on condition since the holidays began. That the Tantanoola tiger has been seen again. Investigations are being made by a well known Monuieite. That another Mouzieite has been making desperate attempts to pluck the white lily on the far side of the lagoon. That Mr. Mdleller and party, of Hamilton, caught 350 bream at th Surry Ri'cr last week. Some turned the scale of 3lbs. each That a" spade sas supposed to have been missed by a -VWattle Hill resident, but the article was not, it is said, taken by tihe persor. that was accused. The accused person says spades are cheap, and their credit is not stopped if they want to buy one. The missing legrope was. only what...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 January 1915

A thing Gof -.) i a hIorr t?r ever. S2crer rhi":p yor nparlanCe face. Eil! hce e y any other nante would flOTlLS AXD STOFlES. 0.7. Ltd (-:J.e.2ratn;nr P. G Dizon ? C:. a., J. 1.G n & Co.; are prepared , - r.,. t;'. ers . t-d CordiJle " t,.i s, < n;h:er.idac 3ny',herC, , . .~: .?i- ting state of affai irsL' .- t r : ' r . : :: it .--, ; a d e ti f r T 'r a d e r s to a.;, t r :;,.tr.e-a:- .hi.h w;ll ensure ; O. Tr :4 :. " hi:- Com p;at . has la.rge ·x nt.Li':S of ?i.-?)rd.5t'r l- , stck, alo toe , t.':,: r f¢ :tt!l Works, tihret large ,ta. L.;rc5i u Au: eatia equippa nith the • wr Ito ah.r. sed :uacaineryfrturrnirg mtftred.in:?,. 'daretheretorerin a very .la...:!e 0.o iin to mratet all require -.:-xu. These line" are also obtainable cedarca n'.. Write for Pdee-Lista. re S"B,·T!og and "'Imperial" brands of Binder Twines carry uith them the advetnagcs to their sCri of a firmn guarJritee as to both lkng.h and quality. . The ga,,ratee we give to users is as foi'rowrs:-...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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War Correspondents as Spies. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 January 1915

war Uorresponaents as , ( Spies. The war ri:, - , t L.x. i.t,.a. en evil d .'ii .t the '.\sLecthb Century'' 'i\ ain -'[xIeil gii v the reader an un id Sli?w oi thi c;ls?ls whixih hve i e,! to this depriciat ii. ablt hti ti iy :.i. d.ith unusuray ;nd h*e first ito, tat "the li "igriph ii . t lu nrny Jll'lt w : ult..i " lh;in il3 do 1"0r to serve." in p r i a. L, u L,. ? rt -, l : ! . . I s 'E- wy :- T-he pur,,-,- ,f :,n ?I a?" ?" ' i tr' .fcuit the . : ro ?:nanoiiidir *z".? ? | . I.,' I .. ?'rusirn,? to? p:ut als k. noh. h. g, , o?li parrespondenii a.4 ito iil..'iiii.p 13.. Be may rlis,.hirge hii uuti to Iii. Cvie, my ruthle.s~v or ilk, h;ity. L, s t11. oul Jiu S alr ., thL sn. ai 'r . .r..,,l 3Ct in the c..::.1, Lltlf and hllso sw ,y r mli, mmte disaf[c~te'. t ,.I resp~an,,..it " t.*,il I?way" after1 a With~l-, a?.:? sulkk~l, .., rpo.id to the Li,;'rLst tef.e r. ii. * *I·, 'uo?ul th mtilitary 3:Iiril. ti si..-. t--- U tEns* ue? d lme:-s;ll/v. 14, . .l., Xe nay hlVe ,,een teimp:.,d I...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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"THE TINKER'S CAMP." [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 January 1915

THE TINKER'S CAMP." At t?rg'dge of the wood on a fla, r-'assy ereltered corner, with a crys tal brook babbling by, is erected the tmker'fs camp. cl:csi ting of small, house-made tents with branches of trees for poles and sacks for can yas. and which do not conform to militaryv pattern, nor have the plans paused the Dean of Guild. They asre not for conventionality. They live the simple life on frugalI fare. The tent fire 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 ears and syrup tins are arranged oant. and old and young are busy cleaning and cutting the tin:s to be made into sale-ble wares. The old man anld woman, with faces covered with lines of worry and the effects of the weather, sit sCecking an ohl black cutty up against their clhere are casting fur tive glances at the younger onries to see that tlhey are doiug tlhir work right, nutteing an occasional oath at the "kliis" for i...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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THE WAR. Paris, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 January 1915

THE WAR. [Reuter's Cablegrams.] Paris,Tuesdaay During the retreat from Soissons the Morocans posted at Crouy as a rearguard allowed the Germans to ad. vance in serried masses until they en tered thevillage. TheMorocans then opened rifle and machine gun fire from every lioute. The Germans were un able to find cover, and they fell in heaps until the street was full of dead. The remaning Germans withdrew but later attempted to carry the village from the elLsternflrnk. T hreecompan ies of Moroccans refusing to obey re peated :orders to retire, rushed out againsat the enemy,'and a frightful melee ensued. The Moroccans, usir.g their bayonets and rifle butts, hurled the Germans back, and retired tinder the cover of the darkness. London, Monday. "Eye Witness', denies thecaptureby the Germans of rositiotis at La Basso; He islys thlat no attack was attempted, nalhough theenemy's artillery wrs in creased. Our artillery destroyed an important bridge atFrelingheid, below Armentieres. Petrograd, ...

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BARLEY WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 January 1915

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Pocket Wireless. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 January 1915

SThe Tate'it .cl·~l "'ri~! t in wri To-n~ Imperial Colli -,· Rnutlli I'~"'i'n-'toii !iv Jhe Marircooui Cnr11p ini· It I:~1 Ilie form of a ijoII-ot i·;ro~;-. · n:rt it ii i -~; i-a .l-- --1 -t inl tin--ftl XJIIZc il : · ' · inn···: ;l!

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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(To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 January 1915

(To the Editor) Si,--In your contemporary of yester day appears a letter signed by "Truth," under the above heading, respecting remarks made by the Rev. Cuthbert from the Methodist pulpit in question ing the veracity of the Bible. WVill BMr. Cuthbert sayhow he arrived at such conclusion, and will he supply the pnblishers with a correct version of it? No doubt such information may be worth a handsome remuneranltion. He is also accused by "Truth" for having from his pulpit 'said that he could not understand how any person calling himself a Christian could belong to the Freemasons, I doubt if a greater in stlt could be uttered, but coming from the ItRev. Cuthbert I am not a bit sur prised. Shortlyafter tist gentleman(?) came to Portland he made most dis paraging remarks concerning the Church uof England. Last year he also grossly insulted members of the several Friendly Societies and their wives and daughters who, through the result of their haird and strenuous efforts, hand ed over to...

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CORRESPONDENCE It is to be distinctly understood that we [?] way identify ourselves with the opinion expressed by our correspondents. PORTLAND'S OPPORTUNITY (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 January 1915

GC?ORRESPONDE?NC?E 6ls to be dirsindcty understood float sdt <a wo ceay idenstiyoujrsrclves wi* th eopinios expressed v our csrrespondests. PORTLAND'S OPPORTUNITY {To the Edi'or) Reasons why the Portland people should begin to move at once in the matter of their Harbor. 1. Nature has been most !avish with Portland, giving it a r3posat excellent outer harbor. Simply by the construc tion of a breakwater runnirg in a straight line north-east from the north ern end of Lady Bay for 4,000 feet assisting in the protection and opening up of an inner harb3r, which is there and only, requires dredging out to de ve'op into a spendid straight ship canat, with berths on both sides half a mile long by 330 feet wide, hearing fromn the entrance approximately S. 80 deg. W. to a wet dock or turning basin, half a mile long by a quarter of a mile wide, and a splendid addition to the future facilities of the port: of Portland, which on no consideration whatever can be overlooked, as the store...

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Borough Council. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20. TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 January 1915

Baorough Council. :I,)E snDA.Y, JANUAnyY 20. S TEN DflRS. C, ll ct t /;i . - SIIupIply of 500 cubic yarls bluestone ?po:ll. DI). Foley (accepted) 3/4 per yard; .T. Diinl 5,9, G. Spiken 3:1/, A. E. lBeauglhole :i9. Cntrct 7/13--Sopply of 5600 cubic yardns .bluctono 'panll-, A. E. Beauiglholo (accepted) 3,8; G. Spikuen 3/110; J. Dimond 3/10, PI DDowns 3/11. Contract 8--15-Quarrying 100 cubic yards bluestnori6-.pallt,; South Portland. N'o tendemrs; to'be readverticd for next meeting. " Contract 8-Formation of I-cnty Street West. R. Tardrew (accepted) £216. 4/.

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HAMILTON STOCK MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 January 1915

HAMILIGO STUCX MANXl T Fat sheep-We report another heavy yarding of 2200, including 650 lambs, the proportion of prime sheep being larger than last week. There was a good attendance of buyers with brisk competition throughous, but last week's improved rates were not fully main tained, especially in prime sorts, still satisfactory prices were realised, and 1700 sold under the hammer, with most of the others privately. Store sheep.- 1400 comeback, cross bred and merino ewes and wethers, in cluding a fair proportion of lambs and wesners, also men a decline in prices owing to the hot change; still, a'l ex cept odd lots changed hands as follows: -Crossbred ewes, with odd wethers, 4 years old, in rather low condition, 11/6; do, aged 7/ to 7/8; thin comeback ewes and weothers, 4 years old. ;s 9d;merino do, mixed ages. 7s; do, 4, 6 and 8 tooth 6s to 6s O10d; aged ewers3s4d to 4s Id; merino wether., 3 and 4 years old, 8s; crossbred lambs, 8s 10d; fine cross 8s 3d to 8s 7d; do, smaller, Gs Cd...

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THE WAR. Paris, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 January 1915

THE WAR. [Reuter's Cablegramms.J Paris, Tuesdty. The French "Eve Witness" states that since January 5 the Allies have conlsolidat(ed their successes beyond the A.\er. Between St Georges and the se;a they constructed a strong bridgea over the Yscr to assure the nmainten ance of communications. German aviators attempted to bomb the bridge but failed todo any dam:age On Jan. 7th thie Zouaves capturel a hillock west of Lomb ertzvdc a'il establislhed themselves stonglyr. They beat off counter attacks. The Allies gave thile British useful assistance at L' lBassev. where tbohe enemy are being given no peance. German reinfordements are un able to stop ,ur progress towardls Alt kirch in Alsace Lorr.ine Snowdrifts are causing enormous diliculties, but the C('hassearf and Alpins are fighting with magnificent bravery During the last furtnight five Ger lan cago rteamers, varyting in siz. fromnt 1000 to 2000 t us, were mined andl sunk in the Baltic. After the fighting at L? B,iselle on the 16th t...

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GENERAL NEWS. THE BUSINESS MAN PAYS FOR ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 January 1915

CEHERAL NEWS. Tus BcUSNEss MAN PAYS FOE ALL. -The business people (or a great num ber of them) of Port Fairy have to stand the brunt of all appeals for local as well as outside objects; indeed, the lists of canvassers for Me!bourne arid Bal'arat institutions reveal the out atanding fact that it is the same 10 or 12 subscribers who giOve every time: no new donors appearing on lists we have perused dring the past two years. The ladies managing the stalls at the R C. bazaar compained in Thursday', issue tha3t businessmen had no; attended the haziar as well as the I:dies exacted. We have been furnished with a list of articles which some of the sholkeepers have donated, and it is hard on theoe if they have to he double bansed, whi'ast others contribute nothing. However, it satisfactory to hear that the biziar management is well sitisfied with the practical support given by a oumbier of business men sincs Thursday last. 'Gazette." WzoursN -A narrilge, in which a great deal of interest was...

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[?]G RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 January 1915

- Id (L1I. ECATIS e new potrl rarei,, itr.cludig the Penny pobtge Un letters, came in force on May lbt. The reduced rates are as follow: THROUGHOUT CO UMi)E WEALTH AlID PAPJPA. Letter la .pe? Az. Lart ardb,sivg ,l 1 , .as Do. reply ,1a.each bHatf. 'oteaactbt,taglU ,ld. ii. Do. reply, Id. each half. Prnterd papers O-d .per 2 oz. Bookib paintact-lshad. Aut)rali> , 0 per 8*,z; n Australia d .per 8 ec. Laziazo es-Pritittd it) Awotralias, Od. per 8 z.; printed outside Aastrali, Ojld. per4 oz. 'HaInsard," O~d. pe- 12 ox. Commercial ppers patternr, esmples and mercl-.a:dteC, ld. per 2 fT. OVERSEA DDIUIlOIBS Letters from the Coummrnealtb to the United Kitgdlom, oversen donnioione, British colonies and pro~rector:?treb exceptp the New Hebrides, Id. per d oz. NEW ZEALAND AND TH?ESLBANDS. The ra-es to New Zealand, Figi and Britaush S~lomeai l?lands are: Let Id on. 'o ards ,gle ld. D rep Id.ea Le sr opn d. Do reply,ld each hbe Mlagazinee id. 8 oz.~ a€dditio. o o0d. Booke, ld 4 z2. COamme ap ...

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German Air Raid. BARBAROUS WARFARE. London, Wednesday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 January 1915

Cerman Air Raid. BARBAROUS WVARFARE. London, Wednesdaly Morning A German aeroptsne at 8.:i0 lInt night, dropped bombs on Yarmouth. Consder~ able damage was done and a man's head wLS blown ofil. A homb fell on the sea front, another on the south quay, a third near the drill, and a fourth at Trinity depot. After ten minutes t escaped in the darkness. Later It is now believed (that. a Zeppelin dropped five bombs on Yarmouth. Three people were killed and several houses were shattered. From Yarmouth the Zeppelin went to Sheringham, where two bombs were dropped without doing any damage. It reached Kingslynn a 10 'iO o'clochvand dropped four bombs. Sandringham wan salsot attacked. hNews of the Zeppelin raid wasm published in London just before midnight. Anti-air crmft guns were manned, and searehlight... were playing throughout the evening, the general expectation being that the long threatened Zeppelin raid was coming. A sens.ation ws crused when news of the bomb dropping at Sandringham w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 January 1915

Te£ White Star Company ha3s offared to convey free of cost to the vegetable products committee a limited qluantity od Australan gifts of jiwi and frairs for the navy. The Peninsular Oriental Compsany has offered to carry a portion at reduced rates. Tan Casterton hLospital committee, on the. cssling vote of the president, decided -to sapport the Castlemoine Benevolent Asylum movement to eecure legislatiuo to lealisae the ottaliiatr. The voting was five each way, the np -pooents?.of the movement contfnding chat the- c.mmittee should not intarfere in the matter, Toamprice bf hair cutting In Camper-, down io re b o iacrewed to 1/. "?absa aa~: ?i?'/tan·~dl' '. '? 3rr~gq~ rs r~:~I P"~r a~) ~n~an~Q~ Blrt~ CAN BE CONTROLLED. Duriug Sunmmer ann'hs chhlren are lhubject to ,lisolders of theboweLsand should receive most careful attention. If lonenes of the btwels.is notice Clhamberlain's COldie antdo )liarrhoea Remedy ohould be givcent Chid!lren teething have more or lesa di;arrhoe which can be...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 January 1915

POR"LAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. 'iThe olloising isaliata telephone:tati and chargep:- hamure Fi. 3mina. Additional ofa'own Convera tion. ?3mino. Israo?xholmo 8.bi 6d Lyarluk i 94 L'Jape SI:!on 242d Cavendlish Is i *Gastertun via IBroanholme la 94 Casterton via Hmilrton is 4d sla 'olrlinu Is 44 Is Condah 6d 54 Crossle- I 9d DnninXgton 1J 94 Digby, vis Branxholms Is 94 Dunkcld is 9d Glenthempson Is 4s Is • Ifawke?sdel la 8 d Hamiltoo Is 9d lIHeywood 2d 2d Kentbruck 84 5d Kirkstall Is 9d Koroit Is 9d Lake ola i 104O I 2d Macarthur Is 44 Is :blerino, via Lrouaxhahn e ls 9d Mlcrino, via ifallnihon Is 4d Is Mount G( mbier Is 9d tloyne FalIa Ii 9d 1 v1.mn n GCd 51 Narrawong 2d 2d Neleun 4d 6d Penal.urat Is 94 Port Fairy d94 64d Port McDonne Is 44 Is Ripponhurst Is 9d Tyrendarra 34d 3d Yambuk 64 5d •Wallacedell 84 6 Warrnambool Is 9 Wickliff Is 10d ls 2 .Vooltthorpe Is 9 Fee for messenger call, any person dnd walhin one mile--3d. 5'ote.-- ranxhollre closes from p.m.to 0 p.m daily, and on Wednesd...

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CAPE BRIDGEWATER. Monday, 18th January. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 January 1915

CAPFE BRIDCEWATEL (From our correspondent.) Monday, 18th January. The continned dry and windy wea ther has dried up the green growth caused by the December rains, and the districb is looking at its worst. The sandy soil has dried down to a great depth and grass roots will suffer in conseqnence. The water level is the lowest on record. Many wells have failed, and there is a shortage of water for stock, which is proving a great in convenience to land owners. The Bridgowater Lakes are at a low level. The creek connecting the two lakes has ceased to fl.w for some timP. In one Ilace one can walk dry shed across the centre of what is known as Kittson's lake. There is a tradition among the o!dest residents that this was nossible about 50 years ago. The Bridgewater Sports C'ub have ldecided to hold the annual sports meeting on Founda?ion Day, at the usual site amongst the pine groves across the Lakes. A good programme, including some new events, has been ~drawn op, and a good day's outing i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 January 1915

St. Ste-oheno's F'OUNDATION SUNDAY, 2tth lsl_-r-v. Ari?ldeicoin llaymni:'? 'aill preiachl n 1oriin? Su 1ect--'!he Churcth's duty -i Austraha. Eraeing ~,bijrt.t- War and tihe Baptit Church Sundllvay next reachdieer - Psltor T. Bloulter. .111 seats fre~e. .ND- leather T..lacr' Bag. with ring aticrhetl. -?ApIly 'Nerier"' ORLSALE -Delivcry Hlurm, ,taunurh; i trial given. Apply (after G pi..) tI 4arls I Hanunoln. Noith PI'rltl-td TO LET -- Six-rouied --it nU Hute. 'out-hl,. ou; near St:ute ~ hlat. Apply 'irs. -i agel. , llair rtrrit, P,.rtl:nld. TO LEND. RL'-T" moniei,, &*-'). 1.UtI. F. AIAISHALL & cti.. .Ilnd Agna,.. Wm-'TE TO -U7. OODSpring farl. tIo -rrt a son. F. 311Al'.llAI..L nd C.o., lail, Aget.ta.. Imrpoundled T I'OITLANDI). Ine rtl uwn ihite tteer, hrndeI Uke Ii nurar ihiulderr ,?*re off t-op f ne r dr. If on t l;tim n rll , erglenle. paiid, tl, be 'J-id in F1leruary 17, Il11.. I- E. VICKEh'Y, i'ionJdcerp'.r. For Sale, Privately, Qualitit) of IOLS I' EtIOLI) FI" ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 21 January 1915

W.. H E ME R 8. COACHBUILDER, General Blacksmith, Wheelwright & Horse:tkoer PERCY STREET, POETLANP. S .-b"?"?b - ta wc'i his nat ierous patrons for their liberal au port In the W. &.11 tOifirtif.X t' I. Li ", 31.1U "l-.rulf Vl»ti! will his ostat ales their coniltsac by do. uniformly good work. Neow and Socondi-haad Bogglos always on Hand. Sunsl.mithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repaired Careful attention given to the tyreing of wheels. ' Estimates gvcn for all repairs, if required. Haro-Shoeing Strictly AttondaedL to. Ruiggie of all ,Iscriptions Rpiralro,'i'inta' and reneweLd. Icugh ;Repaired Uado Lightest draught. .5EB. (13110-:3 T eC pi BROWNING ST., W Tar PORTLANI Sy ISES it known and remembered the VIP ho is a A.^ MEO^ E. Tas U u21 hase" or at ighehat M artet o o a 4 iRates of Z 9a=oo aAnd al SEM'ISWUNG 0 13AbES mac ounght na 7mantlt7,. a Goad SIM-g Aaa3hina Pays for Itaelul JOHN MADDO C lint 02y a fanny pie for your machliss LA.u .I HSTAaT ....

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