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OLD TIMES RECALLED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 January 1914

OLD TIMES RECALLED. The Melbourne "Herald" of the 26th ult. publlished the following interesting interview with Mr. Charles Mullaley, a well known Western District identity, who for some years was closely asso- -iated with the poet Gordon:- It was a very, very hot day and the vast array of steps was dreadfully tire- some to negotiate, but the white-haired old figure only took four rests ere he finally reached the main entrance to the Federal Parliament House. Timidly and with obvious nervousness, the wide-brimmed hat was carefully carried in the right hand; meanwhile the left was busy with a stout ash stick and a red bandanna handksrchtief, evidently filled with valuables. With great deference he approached the uniformed messenger at the door of Queen's Hall, and in a grave and dignified manner inquired if Senator Blakey was in. Directed to the Senate entrance he paused irresolute for a few seconds, and then again braved the fierce messengerial eye, only this time belonging to a dif...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 January 1914

PAINS 1N '11We, SIONlrACl1. "I can thnroigolIVy a reinnmnunilr ho fill crt t1*it Colil uni Dlinurrhoa Iteonicd," r' Ii "dr·. Tltoma telly, St relueop rr i;nniiii X,. . W. "'I ti vue tn.on il jucI I t vrcccr. Ilain il tlle stYlp. al l and i I e tnilul I u'dlI -Jcave c0Icy 11 P. .1 wax ,eeniiiicendlcr tic icy.\ *)'lnminblaa Culiu iiount1)ia iccccar Ntimncd .acid fIini I one dbun to ue\. an' ruitnc a Souul icy Tinomnan, brake IanId Co; N SA. EI. I::'rcoNs' ro i;nhnr noil t ll ofu the tiveiuCl u l ly se'niid tilabteu'ý the 3uliberais t i. dlull Iriueptnpiruaulu.ou A' t. Iaathiu'.u,haicutrln il~ij (ril~y t+;'i lIjia Govet i oniiit .u unuecu's :Wosa~ ti tIn bt.P !O Pl r. 11 l"lianv as ;rsuurc , sa liud -iidefatigcclaul leirley.: "1i its; eli.iaiiirl that the y utniin~tri cl-lInt oaer; 1(1;000 ljnlc , aret udiilrcH·dl,'ni ovr or 0(10 l ectonra dturin_ a he u" aiupuiigi IT WILL COST YOUP ~ 5~-'iPI~r~To writec ~"/U for our lined. 1`YS t some Pr1re "ýt Catalogiue * everything No. ,'t.J Choice...

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ORCHARD PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 January 1914

ORCHARD PESTS. MDr. W. 11. Davey gives the fo'low ?,g adsics for tremltimint of orchard :".ets:-F or fungus dieasS's, spray tes with B30ordeaux mixture, usihi e S4; 40 formula, that is 60ibs blu' stone, b4 b bess lime and 40gis wat,,r. Fui c-hewing iusets sueh aUH codlin nutl ealerpilltts, uae arsenate of i Ilb iu eer doil rmnt o rhi of 1'in bard ul to Iao it0s of i'a eI U~g ons ·oerlnt pacoh trCes; iti5 I est Ci" iS. a ster dLs 1' w:eI to oil to s0 o watlr. A . 8t to stnc id sprod for npliidis (luiiiiL rCt suoerho dvid t of ti . ' .lu? in" formnla-l- 1 ,v ul i baeccn, lib softr a.op to e','y a'' -sister Diisolv o. > ,o al by 1li1liiC-.. bUI . Tever boil tobacco. This tliis:up in i elg and at.low it to soak ini cask. 6o ater dawys or weeks ldefore usitL'., wo as o otimi ad l its strengh A m .enthi eecr nv lie ti0ritliunUdo ws lim sphur w n - .Sulphur lO'bu, oinse 'e l? water 5'?gerl. Slrke ilie lime iiid Eiee the sulphur ond rub ilto ii pati. Jrix tigcthier mod place the ,im an i...

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FISHING AT THE GLENELG. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 January 1914

FISHING AT THE.CLENELC. A couple of Adelaid. anglers, Messrs Tohn Gow and Percy Mathieson, were successful in landing a mammoth nulloway at Nelson during the holi jays, when fishing in the.Giene'g river near the mouth. In writing to Mr. J, L. Fitzgerald, of Mullagb, Harrow. Mr. Gow descrthes the capture as follows:-"Some big fish were disturb ing our baits. .At last Mr. Ma.thieson booked him, and we all agreed that it was a 'stinger.' He took 150 yards of line out in his first run, and on that I immediately liftedthe aonchre and after him, with the intention of killing the brute, as there was nothing doing in the way of sport. M:'. Mathieson banded the rod to me, thinking that I wanted some fun, and I can say that I Iad a bit of the keenest sport Ihat I have enjoyed on the river. I began 'r utping' the brute for all I was worth, kee.ping him going on towards the deep water. After he had taken us the greater part of half a-mi'e we still thought that he was a big stinger. It was not u...

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CAPE BRIDGEWATER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 January 1914

ICAPE BRIDCEWATER. (From our correspondent.) This district has now a dry and parched appears ne. Grass, thobgh dry, is fairy plentiful. The dairy herds show a rapid decline in quantity, but stock everywhere are in tine con dition. 1 he water level is very Jow in wells, some of which have had to be sunk several feet deeper to fo low the water supply. The ragoons and swamps are long ago bone dry. The shortags of water on the large aress of licensecd crown land to the northward is caus ing run holders anxiety, as graziers use them largely for summer graz ng. The local rainfall for December was 235 points, making a. total of 28 inches 39 points for the year--a shortage of over 4 inches compared with last sea son. The .Bridgewater Sports Club hold their annual sports on Foundation Day at the famous beauty spot across the Lakes. The programme. which in cludes. aquatic as well as ladd sports, has been revised and improved. Given a fine day, this is one of the most at tractive of district e...

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The Game Ac s. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 January 1914

TheGGate Ac c. -tuRP ECTIOu S OF N ATIVE GAME IN "tiE PORTLAND IOLANIO GA. lL DENS. FAWTHWI I'ARK, AND SWAMP LANDS AD.iACGENT TfilERErO. PROCLAM A'TION isy lf4 Excellellcy Sir .ohI"' M;chael ,a~eewrl,.d Fuller, Br"ntt,. Kiulght ' Caint der. f the MLst D!i:igui-i h'd 4irdir if S.tt M chael ard S.in Gacge; G,;vernor tf tile Stite ?f Vic. orti and itu Depedelrice in the Ctim-. mf,nwallhh of Auetrtll. e'c. iTE (t.verNtor 1 ( ofl th S art f Victorin IIIt ih u.nllmonierl ill AI,.Irli. ,y I,,,d with tile .dice ,.f the lexcuIIvt ; .ut.ctl of lie H fid S tnte. end ll h Iurti.e li: eec, tio l 4 1 f thle (;.me Act 1S9<; 160 V.c. Nt. 143h duo y thi. u r, cltat ciun direct hit the aert rl f Vicori htre. tre der deiribed Ji it ll i. t 1 8C4 I " y il iCh r,,mi che lirt! dc y .f i.ei.IIy io ler tIirIy. oirw, dey t.f Dtcelbur :u h ,th dy. Ir;clru.,iv) .* cChI yi*rt, it rltal be UlIAllfUIl ir ally i t to kile or det rty tIt llititVe unllIe "uchnlcd ir rie ThSid Schedule i Ih ie V:I..ie Act...

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Our Cable Service London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 January 1914

our aDI)8 e tirviý0 (RiCUTER's TELEGRAMS.) Lor.don, ?onday. s Tile East Belfast regiment of Ulsteci volunteers concluded a week's manceu vres at Ornmiston under Lieutenant Colonel Chichester and Major Madden. I Night attacks were practised tinder the direction. of Mr. M'Calmont, M.P. De tectives watched the exercises. New York, Tuesday. The steamer Oklalioma sank off Sandy Hook, and 24 of the crew perished. Eight were- saved. Without warning the oil tank broke in two. The stern section of the vessel sank .instantly, carrying 40 men to death. The other portion of the steamer floated long enough to allow a boat with eight men to leave the wreck. High seas were running. .The steamer Bavaria is now carrying the survivors, who are unable to account for the vessel's extraordinary accident. London, Tuesday. A dealer at Nottingham has been sentenced to three years I o.al servi tude for selling margarine as butter. Accused had 22 previous convictions against- him, including se~ecril for the ...

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TEACHERS' SWIMMING CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 January 1914

:TEACHERS' SWIMMING GLASSES. The State Schii 1 teachers' school of instruction in swimming and life say ing and hygiene opened at Portland yesterday under favorable conditions. Thirty-two teachers, who in this in stance occupy the position of students, answered to the roll call at the first parade, and it was expected that others would arrive during the day. A placc was chosen on the open beach fear the old baths for the swimming exercises, the water being beautifully clear and smooth. The first duty of the com mandant, Mr. Frank Beaurepaire, wase to divide the students into two squads -A's, who were fairly proficient, and B's, who w. rn not so far advanced. Mr. Beaurepairo is assisted by Mr. Hosvlett in the giving of instruction in s\wimning and life saving, and lectures are given by 1). Sutton on Hygiene and the physiology of exercise' The students are accommodated at the Or dcrly Room and are very comfortable, Warrant Officer .Jones and Mr. Dillon seeing that their wants tare sup...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 January 1914

WHOOIPING COUGUI. "My little bly had whooping cough very badly," says Mrs. A. Henderson, The Peoplo's Stoie, 47 E'gei Rd., .lornin?ton, N.Z. "I tried. several cough mtdicines without nany of them doing him any good thle I'tried Cliamborhin's ('oli h 1 lemnedyl and he got immediate relief. ,nce then I have always kept a bottle of this wonderful medicine by minnd re:ommnond, it to every one." Sold by Thomsonl, BIrake and Co: RAINFALL.--We are iindetle?ted to [Mr" A. E. Jolnes, of the North I'Portland .Stato School, for the following records: -Rainfall for December, 1913, 1.50. inches; for the year, 25.55. For 1912; 29.80! 1911, 32.48; 1910, :18.82; 1909,. 40.41. hUFFERED AGONY WI'1 HEADACHES. SI highly aecommcend 'Charmberlaiu's Tab lets to anyone who suffers from headaches, says M's, M. K. Berry, Marlborough Rd.. Victoria Valley, Tasmanra. '1 suffe:dl: agony with headaches and tr:ed almost eveoything. Notlhing did roe any good nrat a friond reerraranrended Clanmberlaj's Tatlots and t...

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PORTLAND SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JANUARY 8. ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 January 1914

PORTLAND SHIRE COUNCIL. i TuiouSDAY, JANUARY 8. ENGINEER'S REPORT. Condith to .WhittlUbury Road.-I hlvc, .inspected this road, and would recomimend tliat the dayman be sent Sthere ,to repair" the' worst places. Throughout this rnad aidut 60 chains reqiire.forining and grading, at a cost :of about £180. D. Ly3en's:-:ltter.-TThe crossing re ferred to is.froim his own private place on to roadway, and. must i? done at his own'. expense. The w·ashaway in iditl·li referred to can be prevented from going' ariy further, anid I will instruct the daymnan to attend to it. Heath Roads.-I have written to the officer of the Public Works Depart= mdnt re road grader, but am informed that they have nore attached,.to the department. .I can see no objection to granting ItMr. W. Barton's request to fence off portion of the boundary road, Tlahara. The road is classified as unused. . PAYMENTS. JIl undell £13, It H Rundell £13/9; W Cleland £32, Walsh and Siis .£43/5. Contracts-S Beavis £2/1/8, W Evans £6/...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 January 1914

Tht PTHEY SAY That. ti new \\'atersido. .wVorkers' . log aims at ?abolishing Sunday. work altogether byimaking tihe ritte of pay practically prohibitive, 10/ an hbur be ing asked. That, Jack Donaldson, the Victorian professional runner, broke the :220 yards record, covering the distance in 21j. seconds. - That heavy falls of rain have oc curred in North Queensland. Six inches fell at Cairns last week in 48 hours. Other towns inland report heavier falls. The rainfall at Atherton *for December was nine inches, and for the year 95 inches, which fell in 114 days. That while engaged in carting hay at Fraser's farm, on the Digby road, near .Hamilton, Arthur Brain was .seriously injured. In backing the horses the waggon overturned on him. He lies in a serious condition in the SHamilton hospital. That Jolhn Henry Sparks, alias' Ted. O'Neill, wias arrested near Omco lust week its being- identical with the man who escaped from Pentridge twelve years ago, during a heavy fog, with O'Connor. O'N...

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 January 1914

Jcstal ýr1r7g(mcttts BEV1ebD O 'DATIf. Mailsfor the undermeationed offices close at Iortlaad[as fbllow: IF. AI tuu. sta Act It .t1 D ' tt n 7.0 1 a m , am 7.60m - ailiat .". " t .1 a- n 7E l n 7 am 7.0 Ileaitce * 9 _y mn I 7( m i, ,a . tis 7r f(.ln T|7 5.a mI7.f0'n-. '.fn T. II C1 ' ui ...' .l(I 7 . 1 8 I .5 a I O~ a m (ale 1,lh n. i ( tlJc t c l atlay .6C. 'I. ?' .:t dychI',r ias rd) ' 8.. am Irik Drik . 7.80 am 7.50 am EXgliah 31af1,W d ea d Gorae .- -. S.tOlam .50 am. i Hamiltcn - 7.0acm 7.0oam 7.0 "m 77.50am!7 0:s t 7.50am Heywood .. 7.0 m 7.0 a m 7.10 a in 7,50an 700 a 7.50 a m Ienthruck...a * 7.10 am . 5.0 am LC BrldgElter .- 9 m n am Lyons . .. t7 *a ' 7,a1ai Molloulyul 7.. 0am 7.0am 7170m 7.50am.0 a i.50a Mexino .. . 7.a m 7.tO sm 7,10 am 7.50 am 7 am 70am Milltown 7... ?.0 am 7.00 sm 7.a am bo a 6. 0 ?? 0, 7.50 am Myamyn .-0 5 Mount Gambler 7 0 m 7 CO rm i710 m 7.50 am 7 10 am 7 50 am bluumbannar .. 7.0 am 50 am Narrawong ... 9pm 9.m 9 " N e l s o n . . . 1 7 . t 0 a . Nort...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 January 1914

Pictures to night. That the deatlia iannounced at Ieo rine, South Australia, on December 30 of Mr. George St. Vincent,. thiid son of th6 late Rev. James Yelverton Wil- 1 son, of Portland.] " That Captain Willinso has resigned his .charge of the steamer Casino to. join the H. M. A. S Encounter as. .R.A.N.R. li utenant.- He .was on Monday preosented with a?.naval tele scope, set of serviette rings, and a shaving outfit by the olticers and crew of tbe Casino. ( lThat many :complaints have breca nimale lately at Coleraine about the ex cosive time .takei-to::obtaiin .goods from Molblourneoto Coleraine via Port land. Sinced the abolition of the preo forential irates o' tihe raiivays, almost tillelwhor of this class of traffic has. been divertedi; from the tlhrough rail way'line to Portland, but the delay in receiving goods fromt that port by rail is such jas to . exhaust the patience of business people; That three young men cycled to. Black Nose Point for an afternoon's fishing. Two lost ...

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THE PORT OF MELBOURNE. A SERIOUS POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 January 1914

THE PORT OF MELBOURHNE. A SERIOUS POSITION. This year the authorities controlling the Port of Melbourne are faced with a task.which will no longer bear delay. The question of providing port nccom modation and .channels of a suflicient depth to bring visiting shipping up to the city has been dallied with so long that today Melbourne has fallen far back in the race fot supremacy as a centre of shippirg activity. Time and again have ship owners declaimed against the somnolence of the effete bodies which have controlled the port's debttnies. but with little effect. At last the State has taken a hand in the agitation, and directed Sir Maurice Fi',zaurice to report as to the pos eibility of hurrying matters on in con nection with the deepening of the channel. In a preliminary report that gentleman shows that at present there is a depth.of 37 feet at low water, at the Heads, over a channel 2700 feet wide, and that 1000 feet width of pass ageway is being deepened is 40 feet. Unless the pres...

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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 January 1914

NEW OSTAC RATEI8 The new postal rates, including icf( penny postage on letters, came in force on Blay 1st. The reduced .rates ate as follow: TBROUGHOUT COMMOIN WEALTH AhD PAIlUPA. Letter ld,per itz. Lette ardb ,sing li ,ld t sc Do. reply,ld.each half. I'?l cards, angl,id. earb Do. reply, Id. each half. Plrinted papers Old .per 2 oz. Books, iintl t-I siute aAs-etsclis, O4 per 8,oz; n Australia Od .per 8 cz. blataztn es-Priscted in Australia, Old. per 8 z ; printed outside Australia, Old. per 4 (z. "Hansard," Okd. per 12 oez. Commercial papers patterns, samples and nmerchadltce, Id. per 2 ( 2. OVERSEA DOMIINIONS Letters freon the Ct mmcnwrealth to the United Kicgdtm, u.vereea dctnmiionc, Britlth colonies and proccctorateb except the-New Hebrides, Id. per izs. .. NEW ZEALAND AND TIEISLANDS. The ra:es to New Zealand, Figi and British Soh alco, Islands are: Let Id 4 oz. 1'o adds agle Id. D rep Id.ca Le ' or ingl d. - Do reply ,ld .each hal Mlagazines d. 8 (z., additional 4 o Old. Bot ks,...

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Our Cable Service HORRORS IN RUSSIA. St. Petersburg, Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 January 1914

OUf Oafnla VBviful (REUTER s TELEGRAMS.) S IORRORS IN RUSSIA. St. Petersburg, Jan. G. A catalogue of ;horrors is contain'ed'.:; in a story sent from Stanitza, in Cau casia. When a party of robbers. afttr.lhav.y:'': ing invadeutthe.lprenisomis of a famineri named"ic avanko, residing near the town, failed to find any money, they set about o wreaking awful revenge cn the joccupants of the dwelling. o. . vanko, in the presence of his wife and grandchildren, had his nose cut off, his. ears sliced, his finger-nails torn out, and his fingers chopped away. As he fell to the ground in a sttlte of collapse,. petroleum was pourer over his clothebs, and the oil being set on fire, he was burnt to death. Turning their atten tion to the other occupants of the house, the robbers first subjected Ko vanko's wife and the grandchildren to unnameable atrocities Then they burnt the woman to death, and seizing' the children by the legs, dashed theiro.u.` brains out against the walls of the. building. Four...

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RECOLLECTIONS OF AN OLD COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 January 1914

:.RECOLLECTIONS OF AN OLD COLONIST. (By NEsx), I mentioned in my last letter that we managed to secure all the smugglers. Of course I mean all who came ashore with the contraband goods, for there were some few who remained on board bhe lugger. It was early in the evening when the lookout at Carrickfergus eastle on the opposite side of the T.oegh from Cultra, sighted a rather, rakish locking craft, which kept tacking about and seemingly in no burry to make for the Belfast harbor. Naturally suspicion was aroused,. and the revenue cutter was sent oan to reconnoitre and came back with the intelligence that there was little doubt that the lugger was simply waiting for the aaylight to wane before making for the small bay at Cultra, where sevaral times before con traband stuff had been landed. The coast guards were soon on the qui vive, and the revenue cutter was sent by the oficer in command at Carrick castle up to town with information to the Belfast barrack authorities, with a request f...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 January 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. The ollowing isalistof telephonestati and chatges: hame Fi. 3mine. Additions ofjlown Conversation. 3mins. "Branxholme ,8d 6d tyaduk Is 9d Cape Felson 2d . 2d Cavendish Is ad *Casterton vial Branxholme Is Gd Casterton via Hamilton las d Is Uoleraine In 4d ls Condah 6d 5d Crossle; Is 9d Dennington 1, 94 Digby, via Branxholme I~ 9d IDunkeld ls 9d Glenthempson la 4d Is Hawkesdsle, iL 9d Hamilton "ls 9d [Heywood 2d 2d Kentbruck 6d Gd Kirkstall Is 9d Korait Is 9d Lake Bola lo 10d 1 2d Macarthur ls d le .Mlerino, via Branxholsre Is 9d Mleino, via Hamilton Is 4d II Mount Gambier Ia 9d Mloyne Falls 1; / 9d .Illytam3n 6dt 54 Narrawong 2d 2d Noelson; Ed 6d Penslauret Is 9d Port Fairy 8d 6d Port McDonne la 4d Is iipponhurst Ia 9d Tyrendarra 3d td mbuk: . 6d 3d . Wallacedal 8d Gd W'arrnambool la 9 W?ickliff. Is l0d sla 2 Woolsthorpe Is 9d Fee or messenger call, any person dind vishin one mile-3d. : .. *Note.-Branxholme closes from p.m. to ip.m daily, and on Wednesday r...

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PORTLAND HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 January 1914

PORTLAND. HOSPITAL .A meeting of the committee of man agement was held on Tuesday at the Town Hall. Present-The President 'Mr. Long), Rev. W. Tait and Mlessrs, Wyatt, Marshall, Bourband, William son, Woods and Miller. The minutes of the previous meeting were confirmed. CORRESI'PODENCE. From the British Australian To ihacco Company, enclosing donation of £1/i/. From executors of the Felton be quest, enclosing donation of £5. From executors Edward Wilson es 'tate, enclosing cheque for £5. From A. E. Fielding forwarding, on behalf of the Perpetual Executors and Trustees Association, a cheque for £2 10s. From W. H. Pitcher, enclosing a cheque for £12 towards his wife's main tenance in the institution. The secretary reported having ac 'knowledged all the donations with thanks. From S. Ulithorne, giving month's notice to terminate her engagement as probationer. - Resignation accepted; frelsh applications to be called. sEPORTS. The superintendent .reported.receipt of donations of Xmas chee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 January 1914

St. Stephen'a SUNDAY, JANUARY 11th Oanton Carmichael will preach morn 'sag and evecning. .1 splendid order. App1ly II. \\'ilI'on, l'crev street. BOR .ALE,. a I1ft. centre. oul Snili'ng 1 t, I ilt with tw.o lnpl et sets of sails, So. Apply ' Ob.ecrvcr" "ltice. V?j ýANT'l:)--(irl for Housework. App'y S Ar gyle ]L.ke'. __ Wr AN'lI'l t itorrow £400 for 3 years Slati 5i rIen .. Spliinditd fretolld seclrity. First insta.ce! apply this "ilice. IF you wunt Ia lluseholdl or good Seopa rator intetrview W. Iletners, lbarl agent for the altic l'aish Dairy Miuaihu ecry Co, without nIin wts na Od nothing that -'~s na le. In Him was life: and th' life "ai the light a, men. -St. Johne. 1, 3& 4v. Ittutayl Bible. Borough of Portland MAIRYMEN, awl pnrveyers of milk wi hinl tie Itlorugh are reminded Ilhat the itegistra hii fee for the year 1i1.1 T. N. C. HIENIRY, Portland Pictures. R. (,RANT, Proprietor. FREEt Li RcCA ILC 1lt ALL, - Mondays and Thursdays. TO - TIQ aT. By the Grenta ltala Conlix...

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