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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 February 1914
KLW I]ET.C RATES The vnw postal taltt, ii cluding the penny postage ,n letters, came in force on sMay let. The reduced *atee are as follow: THROUGBOUT CORb]lNON WEALTH AlsD YAFUI'A. Letter id ,pet- cz . Lette aids,singlt,Id rac Do. rtply ,ld. each half. 'ssCteards,singl Ild. each . Do. reply, Id. each half. Printed papers Old .pet 2 ez. Books, pa int a --. sit i AtSt talil, 'C per 8tz; n Australia Old .per 8 oz. lalgaztr es--ritnttd in Australia, Old. per 8 oz.; printed outside Australia, Old. per 4 oz. "Hansard," 0,d. per 12 (z2. COnummetcial pIpers patterns, samples and merchlatdase, Id. pa r 2 az. OTII~E A LONIIONS Letters from the Ct n anc tealth to the United Kitgdi n, tvretia dtmilniona, British colta ies and precttorates except the New Hebrides, Id. per Iaz. NEW.ZEALAND AEND.TEISLANDS. ihe rates to New Ztaland, Figi ad British Solt men l~Ilaids ha : Let Id A oz P'o aids a:gle Id. D rip. Id.ea Le ar aingl d. Do reply ,ld .esch hal Mlagaazies id. 8 2., additional 4 o 04d. BockF...
BIRTH OF CHRIST. San Francisco, Feb. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 February 1914
B.IRTIJI OF CHRIST: San Francisco, Feb.:5. The Presbyterian Ministers' Asso ciation is demanding'theresignation of the Rev. Dr. Aked, in consequence of a statement made by him inii the course of a recent sermon. that he does not support the doctrine of the miraculous condeption or of the supernatural birth of Christ. "The faith of Saints John, Paul, James, and Mark," dcclared Dr. Aked, "is enough, for me; And' these mencn said nothing of Christ's coming into the world in any imiraculous way." In the opinion of the Association;: such beliefs disqualify Dr. Akled.froin hold ing oltice in the chlurch, aiid Ihis i ith drawal froni the .ulpit" is 'egarded as necessary if chursh discipline is to be ma iftained.
Our Cable Service LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 February 1914
1r 0 aD18 Service; (Ritn ER'B TELEGRaAM) LONDON, Saturday. Comisi'l appirerd at the bar of the Union .of Asseiilbly at. Cape Town, quoting j;dicial rulings and' . Magna Chlii ta, provinr t?hat the: Ministry's actions in deporting thle sti'ikers from Souith Africa was unconstitutional. Pirates.looted' two, vessels iti the Parsiahn. Gulf anid slot 'the captains dead. Tlhe ciews becaime panic stricken aiid descited the vessels. Tliousanids of the woilkiing classei niarched'in procession to the President's pahlaic in `Poitugal inploiing an ain nesty.to political prisoners :Tlhe Pre Silent 'promised assent..: 'It, is officially announced 'that Mr. Miilibo: Ferginsbn hlas bcet, appointed Governor - General 'f the Common wealth.
PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 February 1914
PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. T'he ollowing isa liatof telephonesstati and charges: iarne Fi. amins. Additional ofjToan Conversation, 3mine. llrauxholme b8d 8d Blyaduk Is 9d Cape F?lson 2d 2d Cavendish Is 94 *Casterton via. BIrsnxholme Is 93 Casterton via Hamilton Is 4d Is (oleraine is 4d Ia Condsh Gd id Crossle-, Is 9d Dennington 1.. 9d Dieby, via Branxbolmo sa 9d Dunkeld is 9d Olenthompson Is 4d Is HIawkesdeloe Is 9d Hoamilton Is Od Hoeywood 2d 2d Kentbruck 8d Gd Kirkstall Is 9d Koroit Is 9d Lake Bola le 10d 1 2d ilMacarthur la 44 Is itlerino, via Bransholaro Is Od blerino, via Hamilton Is 4d Is Mount Gambler las 9d lMoyne Falls le 9d ifyam n 6d 54 Nurrawong 2d Id Nelson Pd Od Penslurst Is Od Port Fairy 8d 6d Port McDonne ls 4d is Iipponhurst Is Od Tyrendarra 3d Sd Vomhuk 6d ld Wallaecedal 8d "'6d \\arrnambool Is 9 wicklilf Is 10d Is 2 \Woolathorpe is 9d Fee for messenger call, any person dind R?ihin one mile--3d. 'Note.-Branxholme closes from p.m. to I p.m daily, and on Wednesday ro...
PORTLAND SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 February 1914
Poirt AN Siow.-Thtere weiro .tlhii teen entries in the cowiby test- comiipe tition, and theb last ; wits filst. The winnercis ai cow ow6ned b l Mr?I E. Os: bouine, i itli hia sult of 2.413 9fol- two imilkings": Mr..:. .Brt'adslilaw took. so: .coid ptrize, liisi c'\ scoiing 1 930, and' Mr,. J. t::.. Wilsoi was a.i close third. Detitils?will iippear it our next issue. -"Poi ri ?u'r Pic'ru rs.--Our visitors colitiniia to find :in tlhese pictures a soiliice t o pleibsure, and good houses are te '. rule.. On Thursday evening the ,subjects?, were. nicely varied, humour aindnpathos.: interimingling. Of the drsnmas onentitled "TheChild Mother" was most effective, ai very touching story being prettily told. This week thle pictures will be shown on Tuesday aid FlidIay evenings. Oltuito .l Rlecrrra-On Friday even ing St. Stephen's"Chiuch was crowded with an applreeiative congregation, the occaisioni being an.organ recital by the organisit?Miss Allnlutt. The prtograunme iulchided :selections fr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 February 1914
biicoM?i TA.t.--'o-iday is thie lust dlly for the furnishing of income t:Ix re turns 1,y risions whose incomes fromi all sources during 1913 iinounted to £101 amil upwrd Is, nnd consisted of ?alnry, wnrges, rents,, interest, &C. Is 4iM.s tof ompllilllies land tnlradel'rs an ad alitionil pcriod of one month is aillowed to enable tlhem to furnish their state luernts of lecoulllts, balance sheets, &c. --....h tldue date for lodging .their re 1llns biling 2nd Mita'eh. GiT 'I VERY WEAK. "l1y bsy .lctk was moryr bl wisith Diar) wirltcl" wlii!c Mrs M. Lee, Forbes, N.%.W. "For quite a f, rtuight lie w.s ill and got very Io ki. Aly huIbaind bought a b ttie of Clhambler'imn'a Colic 'anl Ii rrh cIl Reimd and to our sumpr sJ , ui dose comup'etel" reliueved tl mIn. So d by Thli' oni, li'al" -and Co. "Au~Straliane Yet," tly Ey CGRANT HER VEY, Verses cf Vim for Full.Sized Men and Real Australian Women. '"Crnut Pert. y, the leudrr and trott rhar a? tetltic of %u.tronlian Iota. An ir...
PORTLAND RACES. Following are the Weighs:— NELSON HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 February 1914
PORTLAND RACES. Following are the weighs : NELSON HANDICAP. Miss M'Culloch's Soniny B. (late Sonny Land ... ... 9 7 J. Newton's La Carte ... ... 8 7 H. Parkinson's McSmith ... 8 7 H. ConCnlly's Vacheron ... 8 7 R. Napier's Mickie Free ... 8 5 If. W. Monnel's Pirateer ... 8 5 F. 1H. Moore's Vhaledine ... 7 7 J. T. Laidlaw's Kilora ... .. 8. 8 C. Nolte's Miss Binnia .. ... 7 1 1HURDLE RACE. W. Wilburn's Chatter Boy (late -Latan Boy) .. ... i i Miss M'Oulloch's Sonny 1B ... 10 10 11. V. McLeod's Nikha... 10 8 If. V. McLeod' Southerly .. 9 13 I. J. Lindsay's Van Dyke ... 9 5 W. O. Bayley's Scotch Mixture ..:9 0 R. Buckingham's Quisine ... 9 0 F. H-. Moore'. Wlhaledin ... 0 : ORTLAND HA'NDICAP. W. C; -Bayley's Riot . ... .. 1 G. 9I. Pattersoi;'s Tioga ... 8 12 L. .McLean'sT.. F... ... - 2 IH. Connelly's Vacheron i; 91 R. Buclkinglum's Quisine .. 7 BAY HANDICAP. I ". V. McLeod'sElbro . ... 1 11i J- T. Laidlaw's No ''Trtunps ... 9 0 1H. Parkinson's McSinith ... 7 9 L. C. MeLean's F. T. ......
PORTLAND RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 February 1914
PORTLAND RACES. The committee of the Race Club are agnin demonstrating that they have every confidence that the. doble sport in Portland, after lying dormant for so many years, is likely to flourish bere for many years to come, Since its re vival some three years ago, successive committees have continued to improve the course and its appurtenances, and dluring tie past month or so al marked alteration in the surroundincs of the old course is particularly noticable. Some departure from older methods has been made in leasing the area en closed by the running track for agri cultural purposes, and a'most ha'f of this area is now under cultivation. Two of our townsmen, with the strongest faith in the possibilities of the heath land which has been thought to be almost useless [have shewn that faith in the most tangible manner possible by putting money into the cultivation of what has bgen during the memory of man a miserable heathy scrubby flat. Messrs. Rr A. Hollard and T. I. Smith have ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 February 1914
COACHBUILDER, General Blacksmith,W heelw right & Hlorseshoer PERCY STREET, POLTLAND. I. 6 ?eg.. to tw.,c his numerous patrons for their liberal s .port in the.. ; t:;. nas 1 ,,t.- tify )tha a l tlh i'1 li1. a l? rlly that it will his. ostant alm.: t o ~bi ' le?j by do. .uniformly good work. . N? a ni S3?a?a-hioa Biggles always on Hand. : unsmithing Dono, and all kinds of Agricultural Impleoments Repaired Careful attention given to the tyroing of wheels.. - Estimates given for all repairs, If required. . lFro.-Shooing Strictly ALttondo to. IBuggie of ill 4lsDriptione Repaired, iaintad and renewed. 'Ploigh Repaired Mfade Lightest draught. W HOWELL. s. . LII.t iSii 1878. S'.iFuoor to Mir D. Beat Soualphe aun, Manumenta Carver, JOB Pi. NTbG MELBOURNE PRICES. 0 withN hs tidi, orfn lo rl-'being tho ' low of; ea'3, a?'tfinaling that a 0ood 0o o[ w>i r'· e I i:'rn -*t itbria b - iira-,w haveprooured -a . . THE BEST MAO.rINF IN TBH. MAIRKET . arO'now prcporel to ompete with the Im...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 February 1914
SThe late Lord Stratheona left his Scottish estate and £500,000 to the heirs succeeding to the title, with the residue to. his daughter, subject to many legacies to educational, charitable and religious iostitutions, including theVictoria College, Mlontreal£200,000; Victoria Hospital, Montreal, and Yale "University £100,000 each. It is understood that the navy es. timates amount to £53,000,00, thus involving new taxation. COT VERY WEAK. "My boy Jck was very but with l)iar rhoea" wri'es Mrs M. Lee, Forbes, N.4.W. "For quito a f.rtnight he was ill and got very weok, My hiiband bought a bttie of 'Chainberlain's Clioaaned Di,rrtlea. Remedy and to our surpris ionue ?lse" conip'etely relieved him. :Lo'd by Thomson,, Brake and Co. r Eldas bought in ay quantity JOHN MADDOC LAND AND ESTATE AUENT, makes Fa.iful valuations; O O1NE ENOWS. The weight of another's burden. Many a one brought to light.. You know if you have a burden to bear. You know where you are taxed to bear it. You kncw how muc...
Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 February 1914
*Market Report. The Australian, Mercantile, Land and Finance Company Ltd. reporn. Sheep Skins. - Average catalogues were offered this week, competition was keen. all Merino, Fine X Pelts and Spring Lambs showing an advance of xi to Id on last values; all other classes were firm and unchanged. Hides. - Good supp'ios were sub mitted at auction this week. Kips and good conditioned lots sold J.d per lb. in sellers' favor. Other weights show mo alteration. Tallow. - Good cata'oguee were offered at Wednesday's auctions. Buy •es were in full attendance, and the market was firm at late rates.
MEMORIES OF OLD-TIME RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 February 1914
MEMORIES OF OLD-TIME RACES. (Dr Mazeppa) At this moment, when the public mind is more or less engrossed in racing affairs, it may not be out of season to contribute a few particulars &nbsp; pertaining to racing matters in the early days of Portland. Whatever may be advanced against its practice, the sturdy fact remains that it is the national sport. No town is properly constituted unless some reservation is set apart for this purpose. About the year 1847 it was decided to establish a Racing Club in Portland. To select a suitable site for a course was not a difficult matter. The one &nbsp; fixed upon is now known as the Portland race course. Promptly the ground was put in order as well as existing circumstances permitted, a committee was formed, and preliminaries were soon arranged to hold the first race meeting. The first person to hold the title of secretay wats Mr. Matheson, a local storekeeper. Putting matters in a practical shape, an attractiive pro gramme was pr...
LATEST NEWS. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 February 1914
LATEST NEWS. (Ty vire). ..... ELBOUNE, Satui'day. Harry Hlawlkcr, thel Victorian air mcan, made spliidid flights with lady pissengers . to-day.: His.' flying was witnessed by enormous: crowds.. Ovcr 2 5,000 peoisonsl paid ".fot 'adinissioh to the Ciuii lfield i:liccotirse.;: , .:; '. -A largct firo destroyed' the State joinly .works at. Sydney, and' the daiiago is'estimiated at £90,000. T:e. ':iitteside ~~ stirike against night ',work is eitending rapidly to other States, nil it drastic move is probabli
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 February 1914
"Australians Yet," By GRANT HER VEY, Verses cf Vim for Full-Sized Men and Eeal Australian Women. 'Grooit Pler y, tie lrn lr and trCnt (tar-. 2atetiftic of A t?tralinll Iolt. An iiiidei Repuhb ;iIni, a hose 'dng of \\ork' is full of valiant hope. CIrtinctively A Itraulial. V"oi?et IleLtlpi at ion? of It n rIrolr O 1lerno. crat. in a way tha' woild have deli Mhte1l the lhenat tof Ild Walt Whitnman.-LoLd I 'doik Alonthly.' "Grunt Hervey, rne of the orga~iia rs an d drirteote of Aust alt's avigorous 'rlr gr esire pneat)--aclled tie oting Auottatli Move. nent '--'Au.e i?an Rev.ew 3of Ktviws,' New luotk, J.n , 1913. Bay the Ballates of a °.itAustralian Autogrnphred1 with Na?tiollti Platform of the Young Ausltrali I'narty, an Dnaft of a proposed New Constitution for the. Aetra lisn Commonwealth, post flce, price 4/15. N II.--'1 hi ConsttLj ir '?nnrtainn noap and dplans for a pirooseld New t:atie, with Port. laond for iti sealoso. t"r Order ron from hoe Young £ustralia 2cool Storo, tBox 81,...
ORCHARD PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 February 1914
ORCHARD FESTS. Mr. W, H. Diaey cites the fuolhw ingv advice for treour nt of uirchlr ipe±ta:-?For fungus di eas s, splay trees with Btideaux mixturte, uSing the 6 4 40 frmula, thlt is 60ibs" blu s',np, I4b b bs line and l40gl wate-r. F,.r chewing insects suhll as cd in ,oth carterpitlha', use ar.onato of ril Iad lirti 25gls water. For wo.Itly splits int(1 sctc1' iinects use an oil spray at Ihli !itlle rrees are dlrmtnt at at . cog ih of l?d r l oil to 15gasoft water. If usirt.g o dormlll i.t peich trees, itt i est. ti, us. at etr, nitt " Iga oil to 20dals wrter. As a to n,c,', spray for aphidtes duitti tie sntitiiler, eo adviserl the us- .of tlie f ll ,win. frminut---I.1 5, viz;1h, -t,.: 'btco,, li's sFlft, si.p to r very )a as •,ater. litsolve sop, by .bailing, but, .ever Loil thtcco T'hi tlhis "upin' a' ibag tnl a"ow it. t! siik in ecsk i.f water d4i'ys or w e'l'k I efure u-inc,. s, as to obtainr all its srein,-th.. A gnd Win ter sp ay, he itpint ind'l, was the :lime s?a'phur was'...
Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 February 1914
BEVIbED 10 DAel. Silsfor the undermentionedofce close at Portlaxdas follow: liort . 7.11( so 7. t nI a 7 0 7'1 0' a O! , iatcl n ... . 7,l 7 am7 r L . atil e e... ... 71 t m a.fm I 7.t a Oti m 7r ' C" a t It 0ltnlt.st .. "O m Meri o .al. .. I 21 m Cout .J e a... o n ij0 i m Cariren ... . 9 7. a ,7.Ia m 7.10 .a .?TO10 a 7. m i?' Cc dab ... ... tam 7.(otm"7.t0amr.n0am 7.i0Cam n.R 1 raolr cotttr ... . .. .I cm ... ' n Cri dwrj-lik - a n-, Lelo ...l ...la l (da es- n - dot )a, .. ... a . . . Gora 8i . ? ... .? g .m lm 0 a ? , M .touian ... 7c 7m m "o"m 7 0am Lcrldgaaalax -d0 9m am,E0 a m 7E0 tm 7 ;.1 m rs a iwn .. .. 7C , 9 a. ,m elan .( 0 a 750am 7(0r (La m oMount Gamber .I ?t t m ." :a at Om 7 (m . Buamieal ar Perco an ul 5e t 70sm a oelso n . . .. er... ,. . r-. North Portlad (See Cochatoo V.) ... portfairy, diric t ..r9 m 9 I M amt?1 arra ... 9 m 9pm 91m cao f . 9m 'pm 91Ir1 91wn 9}.m -pm PILLAR (1LEABANCE-. Corner Perey and Tyera Streets at 7.25 a. E Cornaer Percy and Julia Street ...
PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 February 1914
. PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU - ''he ollowing is a listof telephone altti and cliairgcb: harne Fi. 3mina. Additionsa ofT'l'own Conversation. 3mins. "ltranxholme .Sd 6d tyaduk la 9d Cape Nelison 2d - 2d C2avendish In 9d L'naterton via lrao.hliolme lI 9J Caaterton via Hamilton laid Is tolcraino Is 4d Is ('ondeh Ad 5id Crossile- 1 s 9d D)nniingtona l 9d Uigby, vi» Ilrinxholmo la 9d Dunkeld Ia 9d Clenthompson Is 4d 1a lawkeosdle, I's d Hamiltoa Ia 9d FHeywood 2d 2d Kentbruclk 61d 1 Kirktalul Is 9d Koroit is 9d Lake Hola Is lOd 1 2d Macarlthr Is 4d la =alerino, via Branxholrro Is 9d Merino, via Hamilton ls 4d la Mount Gamnbier is 9d Moyne Falls In, 9d Mlyamonn 6d 54 Narrawong 2d 2d Nelson ed 6d Penollurst Is 9d I'ort Fairy 8d Sd Port McDonne Is 4d la Hipponhurst ls 9d Tyrendorra Sd 3d VYmbuk 6d ld *Wallacedal 8d 6d Warrnambool Is 9d Wichliff ls 10d Is 2 Woollathope ip 9 Fre for messenger call, any person dind ,wilhin one mile-3d. *Note.--Iranxholme closcs fron p.m. to t p.in daily, and on ...
PORTLAND SHOW. SUCCESSFUL EXPOSITION. RECORD ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 February 1914
PORTLAND SHOW. s TCOIcSSFUr I EXPOSITrION.: IiECORI)E ATTENDANCE. The is'ventli ,annual show. of, tlhe Portland: Pastoral, Agricultural and HIorticiiltural Society was ieldc yester day in perfect wcattler and wias an ini precedented success; ,Special :trains froni Coleraine, HnIniilton, Uitsterton and all stations were crowdedi anl: all the mnorning the itoads leading to Port iind were lined with ylhiclcs of cvery description, all briginig speetators for the show. T1he result was that thle gate receipts easily constitited a ricori being no less than £154, wihich iidoii?i exceeds last 3yCii"'s takings ba3j £30. Tihe ceoniittcc . is' naturally~ i? at this highly gratifying mnesaii1&lt; succces, .and already flurtler' iuclfjs ments tire foreshadowed. Succ?Is fol lowed in other iways. 'Thel niimberi aid quality of the exhibits were well iup to the standard of other years. Although this is not professedly a stock raiising district, visitors ftrom pastoral districts were struck. w...
"THE TINKER'S CAMP." [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 February 1914
'.THE TINKER'S CAMP." At thr?edge of theo wood on a flat, grassy sheltered corner, .with a crys tal brook babbling by, is crected the tanker's camp, consisting of small, house-?iade tents with branches of trees for poles and sacks for can viis, and which do not conform to inilitary pattori, nor ha\ve' the plans inassed. ti.fc-)e;ani of (Gild. They dicre not forc. to?pentiotnlity. They lite the simple life on frugal :care. The tout fire is kiindled from sticks gathered in the' 'wood and whatever tiol ca 1 nho gathered by the wayside during their itineracy.. Thie collec tion of corned beef cans and syrup tins are arranged out, and old and youig ire busy cleaning and cutting tihe tins to be made into saleable wares. The old man and woman, with faces covered with lines of worry and the effects of the weather, sit suckingl an old black cultty up ngainst their cheek, are casting fur tive glances at the younger ones to see that they are, doing their work ?ight, uttering ani occasional oath...