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HOME RULE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 February 1914

HOME RULE. .*Dozens of the, gieat;comntry~ houses in Ulster are being quietly prepared for use as hospitals, and are being pro vided with full equipment. The dril ling of volunceers continues nightly in hundreds of centres. All the corps abe leavened with reservists.

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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RECOLLECTIONS OF AN OLD COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 February 1914

RECOLLECTIONS OF AN OLD COLONIST. (BY NEMO.) There is an old adage that "Every thing comes to him who waits." Even the French use it in the expression "Tout dient a point a qui sait attendre." I had been wanting, completely ennuied with the drony and monotonous life of a farback bush township, for some thing to turn up to drive a'ay the nervous and irriating feeling, the natural production of a lazy life. It was well into the afternoon when I left the tents to continue my journey across the desolate plhin to the Lach lan river. My horse was fresh as a daisy, and I felt just in the priooest humour for a goud long swinging canter across the latter part of the plain. The ground. was fairly Srm and covered with a stunted growth of salt bush. The track was rather sinuous, as many little hollows around which it wound were boggy in the winter months and had to be avoided. I had pretty slharply covered a few miles, and had pulled up to fi 1 my pipe when on look ing ahead I distinctly saw a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 February 1914

Next to the Doctor COMES THE Nurses' Opinion. A TESTIMONY TO CLEMENTS TONIC I Buckinal m Aveue, Coburs. Vi.,3,4,12 CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I know Clements Tonic is used extensively by the profession, and nurses know its value and are seldom without it. Once a patient got very weak and low spirited, and I gave her Clements Tonic. A few doses made a change for the better, she rapidly be came bright and cheerful, it gave herhealth and strength and soon put her on her feet again, which made her a firm believer in Clements Tonic. Since, I have given it to many patients with the same good results, I am at a loss to know how we, who look after the sick, could get on without that splendid medicine. (Sisnd) NURSE GARD." 1h'lir a1edlichte is Shle I,e,5 55 hre take,, Ice C ,ssti(,ssticu, Uric Acid isl she 5jlioed, \VApictiles, Stiyrliocesecs a 1Isod. Al. .t5, c''~i III ChMI~IT II~S AX!.!. Sr. TO DO OTHERS G000). "I have been li ring in S. W. Qoeeoaland for thirteen ycars." wri:eE Mr. J. It. Tilnd...

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CORRESPONDENCE It is to be distinctly understood that we in [?]o way identify yourselves with the opinion expressed by our correspondents. STATUARY FOR PORTLAND. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 February 1914

C OR RE S PO N DEN CE It is to be disnintly understood th'it we ao l'o maseta idcsitijy osrselaes twith the opii ion ezepressed by our c rrcsponutents. STATUARY FOR PORTLAND. (To the Editor.) Sir,-Visitors to Portland nust often have been struck by the altnost com plete absence of artistic adornment of our streets in the way of statues and monuments. Besides their beautifying effect they are a good way of expiresing the public seosa of gratitude fir public beoefsctions. They shou;d of course be erected in prominent positions like the Nelson monumnent in Teafslitar equare. 1 would suggest a huge pedes tal at the intersection of Julia ani Percy streets, on the top of which, standing four square to all the winds that blow, a missive Iour.posser bed. surthiotnitted by the letters ' L.C.B.," and at each side and end of the bed a wtowserous humanfligure,'on all fours, appatently seeking shelter. The pre sent light need nfl be altogether dis pla-ed, for an incandescent light, witis a globe...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 February 1914

THEY SAY That there 18 cases of typhoid fever at Amirat. Within the last twelvo months 50 of the cases have come from ono quarter near the railway station. That thd Italian Gorenerrncnt is putting a tax on cinemnatograph films to raiso money to pay the cost of the prolonged war in T'Iripoli. That great constem nation has heenI created among the shopkeepers at Coulommiers, a town thirty miles from Paris, by the Customs asutlsorities in-i flicting 8000 sejparaite penalties on '150 persons for having failed to stamp re. ceipts during the past tell yeurs. Te fines amount tol £70,000. That 500,000 hags of nsheat were exported froem Geelong dunn'rin t month of January. That to make sure of ending-his life oblhert Zoll, 63, of North IMelbourne, took a dose oil methylated spirits anid then hunged himself. k'he doctor said he (lied from poisoning rather than hanging. That Frank HIolpoys, aged 22, of Cailton, made a wager that he would tutr a somersault off a billiard table. HIe attempted to ...

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Fostal A[?]argen[?] REVISED TO BATH. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 February 1914

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Our Cable Service A BLAZING METEOR. Vancouver, Jan. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 February 1914

Our Cable Bservice (REUTER'B TELEoRAu.) A BLAZING METEOR. Vancouver, Jan. 30. A telegram from Albuquerque, New Mexico, reports that a lazing' meteor struck a mountain fifteen miles cast of that city, and exploded with a terrific dctonation. Great excitcmcnt pre veiled, the people bolicving that a dynamitc explosion had occurred. Houses were scvcrcly shaken, and the whole neighbourhood felt the effects, but owing to the remotcuicss of the spot where the meteor. struck the earth, no (dmtage resultdd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 February 1914

St, Stevbh'en's SUN ItAY, FEB. 5th. Baptist Church. PASTOR H. BOULTER Conducti both aerelcen on Sunday. Bereavement Notoce. . I and M4ss. it. .1. ITOL.1ES antI M Uilliv wish liclCCI air to think their maainy frienli for kiti e .preiiaonnII of nymn hy.1.a~ihIII a luoal tritiuten in their recenit aOi .lrinaiilvint: alto Drs. SleiCia(iin and CII\IIIp. rWnll, M. N ttlitiiin. anl Nau Arlelsil fii their kiniI attlen tiOina. 1A i N(I a will hiiehld in the0 fddfel law Hiall ii i'Friday, 6th tint. Gun 11\ SAT, a gul lasefiil 5151Ff 1 T~tle ull. ~OU Nh piir g llidiri eh, i tw nc n jU'ilihndid· ndrc A Ciiil I~iivl· \ ilsoi 'ere street. F OR SALE, d 24ft. eeLitreihl Bdaihing n]oat, witi two achimtlete cts of sails, ei. Aipply * Obairser" olice. I1 you wintit a Iloul ichld r 'ood Seai rator inttervicw WV I nlcinrs, local awent fjr the Baltic Panah 7.iry Miichuiii ary Lu____ ______ 110 ira horn, lnt if tihio, nii if the Sill of tie ual, toin if the w ill ol mau, liii of Go,i .t .,ohois hia I 3v, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 February 1914

W. HEMERS. ICOCHBUILDER, General Bla,.ksmhth,Wheolwright & Horseshoer iPERCY BTREET, POTLLAND. R. hogs to thla't hisnumerous ptrtons for thir~i i~ber;i h.2::perl'lntbe~d.~i; aol t, aoeify thou a I tho~ P t'dio .~or,~clly that it will hie otsent alm''(Th -in th ur o lln~t by do. uniformly good work. Navatr. i S1an:l-huia BiggoS salways on Hand. ounsmithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implemente Repalred Careful attention glven to the tyroing of wheols. Estimates given for all ropolra, if required. Hr3o-Shooing Strictly Attondeo to. 1l'uggie of all drisriptions Repairod, i'aieted and renewed. Plough Repaired Ilfade Lightest draught. 0. _ e· W HOWELL. ST. BLISHE D 1878. .'S tIssqr to SIr D. Beat Scalptor is1 iVJn1 umenta Carver. artland and E~smlton. JOB PRITNTINTG AT MEBI3OUJRj n PRICES. O with i to tild, or founder biing the V lJ of srtos, 4o3 R1ning that a good an of me)is. 55 tic)n ft dlitriol b uroo,w havoprocurod gTHg BEST IkOFItNF N THE SMARKET or SOW ir d to o m...

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RAILWAY EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 February 1914

RAILWAY, EXTENSION,: : Mr'. HI. J. M.. Cinmpbell, M.L.A. spoke its follows in the Assem;;bly on the proposal to link up tlie'Wimnera inrd thu seaboard by the constratitioin of a line from Cavendish to Toolondo: ' tdesire to congratulilate the Minister of Railways and the Government oii the proposaRl for the construction of this line of riilwey. At the same time, I quite agree with the Ieiuarks that have fallen from the leadcr of the Opposi tion as to tlie necessity of securing closer settlement in that district. As the honorable member fir Diindas has already pointed out, there er' two estates there tlhit have been acquired by the Closer Siettlemnent Boarld, anid t think the settlems on those estates will greatly benefit b3 the constiuction of this jail way. I also agree with the ieiirai as of the lealde of the Opposition; supported by tihe bonorable memibeir for Osis's as: to the puhicy of :acquiri'hg ls'nd' befdioe iailwssy is constructd d throuigh it. The policy is at very good o...

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RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 February 1914

RAInFArLT.- Mr. A: E. Jone' of thc N oith Poi thind State sihool, iniforins us that the ruinfallfor Jainuai v waat to points. P. AM. A. SOCIETY.- The arrange mcnts' foi the anrinual shois' ale now wel~l in luind, anid, wvith good weettliei the foriner successes of the oshCiCt should bu iepeated: on thu 1I tlh insIt The scrietary hlis iteceised a coinIiinini cation from Merino statin" that' the' businiess plices thereuare ailoine on the date in omdei to give thoseemployediain oppoitu n ity of visitin lIi'tliind; Somei al tci atioiis haiev beun iiiile in the shlios gi ounds, notably in the creotioin of r; sawn -iwoodguaid funice, estundin sonic 600 feet srouiidl thit show c". lims will giiv e a nmimcl neceded pilotectiosi to, the omloolki rs.t Tliu ferns com rfiiig the space betime cci the gates and ring av ini, been crit thme area is ravailableufoi the use of .pations 'a iwell us a ~Slho ring for judgin" the caittle sectionis. The old ticket oflfic, 1iiliici has noiit bhen considered...

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Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 February 1914

Market Report. The A us: rllia n Land, Miercan' ie and Filar.e. (nutpany rr prtl- January 30 She pkin.s -Small can'dauues ere eubt;ti Irl a, thtis "neek's . uc'itr;. cuo' pe*titil. was very. ken on n' lferinl, Ctosliith" ctrl Fine X"" Pd- t*, a bieh .si'd . i in sellers' fo r, all hr line'lei,, »ll diprosed of at lite rates Hide=. - Averace 'su'pplies were lroiugiht fjii ward thlui wi ek. -Buyers were in full. itenrdar cy and the mar iet .fr all weiglits was fully nmaintained. "'.louw..- Sinhtll u.' plies were .suh mnitted at.\Vedr esdny' auciiuns. The mnarket for well rendered arid guod colored linls was decidly 10/ per ton in .ellhrs' favor, while the darker shades de'clined 5/ to 10/ per tor..

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ORCHARD PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 February 1914

ORCltR U PESTS. Mr. W. 11. Davey gives the fo'luw ing eadicd for tte','iint of orchlrd . pets:-For fungus di.ess s, spray.I trees with D,)desux mixture, isintg the '4 40 forwul4, that is 60lh? blu, slnin, 4 b, bes iime and 40gls wtert. Fr chewing i-icts such as cod in moithi * caterpit .9., ue, nrieotrtu of olead lh to 25gls Auter. Fur wooly spllis and soCee inlectc us,- an oil spraty at. the ilme trees ar* dlrmant at at senog' lh f I il Sred oil to lig .is of waiuir. It using n, dorm it te ci trtree.s, it is biest to use L eOtrin ti- 1 g oil to 20g4als wlaer. A - . I a to.?ae spray for iphihdes duiinug the s,.um'er, he advised the us- of thie ftllh w in f-rtnu'n--- 1- 5, vi.; 1lb in, bacc",, 11t, sft sirp to ievet y 5ia' -water. Ii:isolve soip by hbiling, but rever I oil tb;tecoi Thisp this uip iin i .g and ",.,w it, to Lonk in cask of water d v. ort' weeksi I 'fore u-in,, so as In obtain al. its s r,.nglh. A goid win ter puiay, IIt trnllli'oii'd. was the limea tu!phur w sh--Sulphu...

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CORRESPONDENCE It is to be distinctly understood that we in [?] way identify yourselves with the opinion expressed by our correspondents. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 February 1914

CORRE SPO ND H CE It is to be distinctly understood that ?se ias cot'v ideOntijUourselves wOith the opiliotl 'expre'sed bi our a?rrespoadents. (To the Editor.) :-, Sir;- sindly allow me space in your Vilunable columns to draw the attention ,f;'the councillors of.. the Borough of Portlind. to the necessity of crecting shelter siheds foF the surf bathers to dress anl undress in. A couple of cheap sheds:would meet present rcquirements, say, ono for:ladies and one for gents nd bojrs. :At present the surf bather lias to dress., and undress practically "without ainy cover. It happened very icenritly.that this sc'ibe, while going to ]ihtlio t on.e of the favorite bathing plhiee in.1 Portland, camne into contact with two young ladies who had been in for their ustial dip .in the briny and were just in the nct.of dressing; and, to my surprise, they w'ere in ii very nude state. I mitiy add that it was nmuch to the above mentipned ladies' disconmfort when they discovered -my presence. They coul...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 February 1914

THEY SAY That the lion. E. J. White, M.L.C., will open the Catholic garden fete on the 18th, That netting in a wholesalo manner if being carried on in tile Surrey river and the fish taken to an inland town for sale. 'llThat the Casino will ruLn an excur sion round the byI)" on Wednesday evening next, starting from the pier at 7 o'clck. That the Portland pictures will be held this week on Tuesday and Friday. A splenllid lprogrammnc' to - morrow evening. Tinit the duck season opens on Wednesday nextt,tind quail on the 1st March. That race goers .will be able to pur chase cards for Portland races on Wednesday next. That the Hamilton shire council has decided to discontinue giving a bonus for fox skins, ACCIDENT.--A very painful accident occurred on the new pier oh Friday to one of the men employed on the exten sion wolks. A pile was beingecanted on one of tie iron rails, and Mr. Thos. Brown, the engine driver, who was as sisting, was unfortmuate enough to'get his foot severely crushed ...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 February 1914

THEY SAY That those who believe in the divin ing rodL fo locate water have received a shock to ther faith. On Mr. Wil. mott's property at Yarraman several expert diviners pronounced a certain spot to be waterless, but the owners decided to sink. A splendid supply of good water was struck at 140 feet, the" water rising over 100ft in the bore. That the Council is putting down a bore near the Henty Park gates in Bentinck street. It will be of great servi0e. That the Scripture Instruction Cam paign Council annouuces flint it is embarking upon at vigorous forward policy in anticipation of the State general elections, to be held towards the end of this year. The object which the council has in view is to secure the return of candidates pledged to sup port the Scripture referendum. Thbat there has been a bracken fern growing out of the plaster at Mac's Hotel for over fifty years. It is on the west side of the building 25 feet fiom the ground. The root was evi dently inthe sand put in the m...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 February 1914

tIJL I;-On-*tRIaimary 22,1011;, rttlio resi denco of U. N. Glarli?e, Sylvester street, Coolgardie, NliggiC Grace Nurse Mdiles, Iranldailghter of the lato Mrs. John 1Blay, aged 43 yeCars. II 3IMMORIAM. ]1OYLE.I'-In 11and ad loving inemory of our dear son and .brother, (;eorgo Edward Boyle, who lost his life at the flreo Li brarj Hall, Portlanl, 10th Fobiuary,1912." lie lel his tonic in mnhealth and tl lnt rength;: No thoughte of death was lelar; -" eto had' no till to sayf( f -a'woll .To those he loved so dear. Shor0t ,ns the call ho Ihad from 0above, - Not a iwordt to h:s loved onel could'sy; His eyes closed in death; .with thoughts of lie silently pnasted awa-y? ,1 So liappy. aild b, ight hI wenit awa:y, lidding us nlot porllabyc; Anid indeede littlllo dreamed AIoe lid left his ihome to ;die. In thl bloomri of his life God allod hin h .n th] e prid eof blild manhood dil ltys, - ( No-knew .him Lut -o loseo him, . 'None mentionelld his nalo mebu twith praie. ..Sadly m issed; ' ': [In...

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 February 1914

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Our Cable Service THE LIVERPOOL MURDER. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 February 1914

Our casIB BrVIoe (REUTER'S TELEGRAM.) THE LIVERPOOL MURDER. London, Thlursday. The trial of Sumner and Eltoft for the murder of Miss Bradlield, sister of a Liverpool merchaint, wavs concluded to-d.ay. The jury, after being absent for aLn lhour, found Sumner, whose real name is Georgeo Ball, guilty of murder, rind adjudged Eltoft to be an accessory after the fact. Eltoft was recommended to mercy owing to his youth and to his having been influenced by Sumner. Siimcr, who was sentenced to death, was quite unmoved. Eltoft was sen tenced to four years' imprisonmencn.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 February 1914

-,?Oi SALT, a good useful SHEEPll' O( . two ytars old. Apply J. Laurie, Tlathlc Hill 01t SAl .1(; cheap, Citrbineo Icliele, in ._ sptlendhid ordelr. App-ly 1,:' \'ilon 23et street... SiL SI ,;A LE, a 2tft. ceotro.board Sailing lioat, witli two compulete 1isem of sails, se. Apply Obnercer" allice. Ir you witiitia lousuhihld or good Sopa lator interCiew W. llcii'e', local agent for tle Italtic Paash Ptairy dachin ry Co, ._ P. and A. Soolety. P 0S'T' eiit vies will be received in Potr hi? l h 0l0. Ground wii.llcut al 'ie ulltry fee iil Iending litce, SlIheal Toss -itt. etc. G.. I. IIENNE ITT, Secretary. Portlanhi Hospital. -ITANTI.I,. inunediately, Oceniral SEI VV \ANT. \Vages 12/ pl r week. Ap. Ail;- to, J.. '1 P'ITIJOCS, Secretary. Wanted, Waitresses, &c. 1ANT'I'I'D) -Six Wa\itresses, 2 Wiinec uand elpips for LPortlanlid Show; 10/ ]per day. J. BR(\N, Caterer, Ilantilton. 3orou.gb of Portland jnI,1N),ltS, :hlresseld to the Mlayor. at t Ie Town Hall, nld .duly endorsed "with th...

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