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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 February 1914

THEY SAY " That a scheme for bringing English boys out aind' giving them it training in farm work is to be inaugurated in Now ,Zealand. 'That James Love died of thirst on the Murchison, W.A. He had been three days without water, and with the tempecrature at 110. That another batch of 40 Young Australian' League boys will leave for (Canada in August.- They will also visit the United States and (Great BJritain. That L. N. Edgley and C. O. Fox, for failing to become enrolled under the Commonwealth Electoral Act, were at i'athurst fined 10s. and costs or'four daysli hard labor. P'lhaut Sydcey's population lids in crleased iir the last 24 years by 89,000. Last year's increase was :10,600. Shlould the 'same rate of increase be maintained, the population will lie one Inillion in 1920. Tlhat Victorian lhailway Departmlent statcs that the line linking up the Victorian terminus'at Tocumwal with the New South Wales terminus at I, inlcy will be opened on May 1. That a Manly surf-bathing cynic r...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Our Cable Service CHINA'S RELIGION. Pekin, Feb. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 February 1914

(RIuculrt's TELEGRAMI.) ClI1NA'S IBELTGTON. Pol?in,'1eb. 9. Yuan Shih K:li, the uPresident of China, who last year proclaiined himi .self sa Christi?ia, lhas rhturied to the Confuicius roligion. . I)espite thlio'iotests of thlie heads of other religions, the ,Presidenit l?as issued" a decroo under: wlhicli : o.will: take parlt in theo. winter 'olstice (tlie time alt .Which the sun is farlthest f'romn thle eqrator, iand appears : ft ii?pause be. fore' retuininig)-worslhipi thoe "Altar of IhIeaven);. oflfeing sa+crificial oke to Confuciils. Similar ceirlmonies lia:e been or dered twice yearly. Local ollicialswill also worship' lieiven, and: thelipeople hithlerto debliried from, this 'voirship have been permitted to worship in, their homes. Another decree guaraln tees religious freedom. The revival of the Imperial core monies is regarded as the iimost reae tionary stop yet taken.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 February 1914

On Wednesday a country deputation asked for the repeal t.f the Railways Act, providing for requiring thl loadiug of lands a'ginst loss where railway lines were constructed. The.Minister of Rai ways. was not improssen with the arguments, but would submit the qaestion to the Government. TO DO OTITEIES GOOD. "I have been liuing ia S. WV. Queensland for thirteen years." wri'ec Mr. It. 'I. midro Editor of the Cuminamull "Watchman." "During that" time I have been eubjectel to attacks of liarrhoet and hltoe always founid Ohamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy to. quickly relieve no. I can re. commend it to anyone suffering from that comp'afnt, You may use this letter as you see fit for it is written to do others good." Sold 'by: Thomson, 3 ake and Co. That while the train from Warrnam bool' was running between Yatchow and Hami'top on Monday a rifle bullet fired through the guard's van, the oc cupant of which na'rowly es?oped in jury. No clue as to the identity of the person who fired the...

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BARLEY WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 February 1914

BARLEY WATER. 1 oz. patent barley, 1 quart boiling rnater, 2 oz. sugar, lemon peel or c' namon. Mix the patent barley to a smooth paste with a wineglass of cold water, pour this into the boiling swa ter, and stir over the fire whilo boil ing for five minutes, then flavor with sither lemon peel or cinnamno, and I?'eetn.e

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HENTY MEMORIAL: [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 February 1914

HENTY MEMORIAL: At the ordisiary meeting of the com mittee on.the 9th there' were present -The Mayor (Or, Williamson), Moesrs Wiltshire, Burnett, H. M. Campbell, Marshall, Dimond, Henry and Cr. Davis. An apology was received from Mr. Walpole, CORRESPONDENCE. From the Premier, acknow'edging letter signifying committee's intentions regaiding the functions.proposed to be held in Arril nexe. From Hon. F. Hagoelthorn, re same matter. From Mrs. Lennox, Winuhelsea stat ing that she was the sole survivin, daughter of Captain Liddel', who com tnanded the soesel which first brought the Hentys to Portland.-To he ac kn'w'edged with thanks and infohmted that the committee would again com municate with her later on. From Harcurt Granite Co,swith cost of granite'blocks in the rough.-- Held over. " From the Naval Secretary and'Mr. 'A. S. Rodgers, M.P., re visit of war ships to Portland.-Left in the hands of the chairman to deal with. From. W. H. Payne, relative to the publication of a booklet in co...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Pocket Wireless. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 February 1914

Pocket Wireless. Tie lantest developmenit'in wireless telegrapliwans shown, recently, at the Imperial College, South Kensinton, by the Marconi Comprany. It took -the form of a "oocket.wireless." In four: little knIapsacks all' iecesserv abiarihats dian be :'.tored. and if a pasrty were lost iii a wilderness. hele could be. easily suinmonecd. At pre sent the utiparatus can only send' messages within an narea of 15 miles. bnt it is expected that in time t?1;q range will be greatly increased.

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 February 1914

GENERAL NEWS. STRUCK? DEAD IlY LnI'TNIN',.-A tragic occurrence took place at the Gheringhap station after thlcdeparturo of the Ballarat to Geelong train from there about 4.45 p.m: on Friday. Two girls named Lockie, aged twelve and nine respectively, daughters of Mr. J. Lockio, local farmer, had just alighted from the train, when a clap of thunder occurred. In their lhasto to escape the impendin, storm, they hastened across the railway, and were just getting through the fence when ii particularly vivid Ilash of lightning occurred. The elder girl was struck dead. Half of her chest was burnt through, her face and head denuded of hliirand the whole of her body frightfully burnt and' scorched The sister sustained severo inl'uiy and was paralysed, but managed to call assistance. The stationmaster and assistant applied first aid, and i. doctor was sought from Geclong. The younger child is expected to recover. EoDWIN LImDnL, aged 37, was charged at Sydneiy on Friday with having ob tained mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 February 1914

St. Ste3hen's TRAVI E IT TTITAN K8(0 X IV O 1SERVICES. SUNDAY, FElB. 1.5th. (anmou Carmichael will preuch morning , rvenhag. nfl'y 0 Il-nrnion at 8 a tl. Baptist Church. PASTOR II. 1OUL0TER R Conducts both servlccts in SundHy. As niversary Service'. W AN'I I*.l to lIuy. I Were or 2 acret, SWit L 'orttl . . Mar\t1 hACo., RUr .1 h nies Available. 'Will Lend L £100 for three yIear,. F.W MalIhall & -., Lan Agents. . OSIT-'-l'areel, coni:tainig I)re?s. ' le. 1J atrd. Apply thiii ofic. 0'n SArL, a good useful .S lFil.l' 1DO:I. ti%,, v rets o(l. Apply .1. Laurie, " oattle 11ill. 1F you want a Ilousutetl or goal Sopa rater intervicw W. lHlc ettr, local -agent for the Baltic L'ash Dairy .lachuit ery Co' - 4ashmore Progress Association' 'r is here, y Iotillcdl thatt after tile 16tl 1 inst. ll. tcki trespassing on proper.y . aettlcrs wf I bo impltunded without fur Slier Ht..se. er.IAS. P. SAE,: Secrctary Portland Hospital. TANTE5I), imnmediateliy, e(idral SER S 'AN I''.\'nage1 -12/ per...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 February 1914

.. . . , .. . . .. W HEMERS. COACHBUILDER, Ge aral Blaclksmith, Wheelwright &. Horseshoer PERCY STREET, POLTLAND. H. bogs to thEc his noumerous patrons for their liberal iU port In'ite W .sa t'J Ilify b I too o-s'ol tio r y: ythno it will his ostant elm fin 6hlitr . di-i a-_yA i., .:uniformly good work, N3 1; S?~aihuJAli Biggloes always on Hand. ..unsmiihing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repaired. Oareful attention given to the tyroing of wheels. Estimates given for all repairs, if required. E rso-Shoolng Strictly Attondod to. P,oggie l, tll ,tosriptions ROepired, ;'ainted and renewed. Plough' Repaired made Lightest draught.. w HOWELL. SST.1ILIS t D 1878. d .iessetr to Mr D. Beat Souulpt,;r t l 1I numenta Carver. Psntand and E3mmlton. JOB PRI1NTING MELBO.UR rN PRICES. 0 with ; he tile, or founle being the law of catle, aed fiRling that a good ea of wr'k it Cettrican to diotrieb b urne,w haveprocured THE BEST.MIAOtHINI IN THLl MARKET are now prep re(l to ompe...

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PORTLAND RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 February 1914

PORTLAND RACES. The summner meeting of the Pdrtland I tcinig Club this afternoon wias fai voured with delightful weather' and at'racted a record attendance, the gate receipts (. 160) being £ 30 in excess, of last year. The racingw as good, although the fields, with one exception: were small.: .Th extensive imiiprovements ri: centli eflected to the course' and its appurtenances were greatly aplireciated +by tlie,piblid and the club. oilicials, Sfiol foiTiil ftiffliT grciitlyf'icilitatedt. bollowingt arthe th esults of tloeracing: TNELSON T?tJNDICAP. II. W. .Menzel's l'irateer, 8st 5lb. (hooker) . 1 Miss ON'OUllochl' SolinyB. (lite. Sonnry Lu nd) tSt 71b ('t'urnier)' .. 2 C. Nolttls Miss Biiinia 7st,121b(Swin-. dells) . . .. . .. . The race was practically decided by the start, which was iill in fatvor' of i rateer, whlo led all the wiay ari?d ion by 20 lengthis. In justificiation of the .tter it is alleged Ithalt Soiiy 13 le ed face-about ias the flitg fill, and S iitteently was late...

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HARBOUR WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 12 February 1914

Ilatsioult WORKs.--We are terseib!y infornliid that the Government:yrster day cump'eted the purchase of the site of several ,iparries at Nortli Port i nd, and that churl ly a start will'be amade with the construction of the breatk water. Accit.,cTr.-A painful accident. he fell Mr..f. A. Stock; .of Santdford, ait the Portland show yesterday. ekv was riding in the huitetrs' contest anid his hoiso stumbled and gave him a. heaivy. fall. Mr. Stock was quickl on hiis feet again, but foutld that one of his thumbs was broken. The president 6f the soci. ety, MI'. W Iiitnlon, immsediately drove 1Mtr. Stock to Dr. Sleeman, who at". tended to his injury. The fracture was: a painful one, the, bone havin"g goile right through the flesh.. L.tso SAli:-Mr. J. L. \Wyatt hold a sale in the Frlee Library hall .this' moitning of a number, of building allot-: meats at North.i Portlantld, and had no difllfcilty il disposing of the .lot; somio fft'een ini numnber, at prices satis factory to to the vendors,...

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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 February 1914

ftLW oS1AC RAnE1f The tnw postal rates, illouding the penny postlge on letters, came in force on Mlay 1st. The reduced .rates are as flIow: THROUGHOUT COM bl ON WEALTH AI\D PAF'UPA. Letter id ,pe I? z. Lette aids,sing i ,ld sac Do. reply ,ld. each half. l'ulicardc,altglt ,ld. each Do. reply, Id. each balf. Printed papers Old .per 2 oz. Bootks, pti ittt i - ,lt e A?A.tl;toil, o per 8;oz;. n Australia Od ..per 8 ez. Mlatazin es-Y-'rintrd in Australia, Old. per 8 z ; printed outside Australia, Ojd. per 4 oz. "BHansasrd," Old. per 12 oz. Coommercial papers patterns, samples and mercl.andtise, Id. per 2 oz. OVEIISEEA DOMINJOES Letters from the Cotn manwealth to the United Kirtgdt t, oversea dnmitniont, British colonies and protectorate except the New Hebrides, Id. per,,: z '. NEW ZEALAND A'DB'ET1SLANDS. Tlhe rates to New Zealand, Figi acd British Solt mon ltalnds art: Let 1d , oz Po ads iagle ld.. D rep Id. ea Le or ingi , d. Do reply ,]d .etch hal Magszite ee ld. 8 tz:, additional 4 o O...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 February 1914

PORTLAND TELEPBONE BUREAU h'be ollowing isa listof tlephlone'stati and ebarges: Isame Fi. 3mini. Additional oflTown Conversation. 3mins. "Branxholme ,84 6d B1yaduk Is 9d Cape telson 21 2d Cavendish as 94 *Casterton via Biranaholme sla 9d1 Cauterton via Hamilton is4d sl (Coleraino Is 4d Is Condah 6d 5d Crossley Is 9d Dennington 1. 9d IDigby, via Branxholmo sl 9d Dunkeld Is 9d Glenthempoon 1a 4d sl Hawkesdvl, sa 9(d Hamilton Is 9d lcHeywood 2d 2d Kentbruck 6d (d Kirkstall sl 9d Koroit Is 9d Lake Bola Is 10d I 2d Macarthur is #4 is :Merino, via Branxholno Is 9d lMerino, eta Hamilton la 4d Is Mount Gambler Is 9d Moyne Falls IJ, 9d 5lyam n ad 59 Narrawong 2d 2d Nelson d, 6(d Penslurst Is 9d Port Fairy 8d 6d Port McDonne ls 4d is Hipponhurst Is 9 . 'Tyrendarra 3d yamhuk 6d >-' 5WVailacedal 9d (1 Warrnambool In Wickliff Is 10d lO Woolsthorpo s Fee for messenger call, any person "iihin one mile-3d. -Note.-Branxholme closes from p.m. to Ip.m daily, and on Wednesday . rom noon .o l p.m. . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 February 1914

58Z0785 OIACANES Are taken in nseglecting a simple case of Piles. Any person takes serious chances in neglecting an attack of Piles, This ail. ment has a tendency to become chronio, and there is also danger of ulceration, and forming of fistula, both very difficult to cure. The safest remedy for any form of Piles, whether Itching or Protruding, is Doan's Ointment. It causes no detention from daily occupation, and the many cures made by it have made it famous in every corner of the world. It enjoys a greater demand and more enthusiast:C potpularity than any other Pile remedy placed. on the market. M?Ir. T. Bush, late of Ilenty Street, Portland, and is now keeping the Ori terion Hotel at Coleralne, eays:-"Ten years ago Dean's Ointment;cured me of sching Piles, aiod I am still free of this terrible ailment. For five years I had been affected, and nothing gave me relief, though I tried various remedies. If there is any worse ailment than Itching Piles I don't know it, for when you have ...

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CORRESPONDENCE It is to be distinctly understood that we in [?]o way identify ourselves with the opinion expressed by our correspondents. RABBIT DESTRUCTION (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 February 1914

CORRESPONDENCE it is to be disvinctly understood t tl, r oIt iso wauy identif yourselves oith the oisiio tI expressed by ouer crresposmlents. RABBIT DESTRUCTION (To the Editor.) Sir,-With regard to a paragraph that appeared in the "Observer' some time ago in reference to the etlicacy of strychnine poisoned apples for rabbits and a demonstration that was made at the sandhllls I have waited for an abler pen than mine to point out its absurdity, but as none sceets forth comning here is the case as it appears to me. T'he igures of course are approxi mate. Strychninoe cost 5/, apples 2/6, ploughoian 10/, part of ftur days spent in free feeding, half day in poisoning, half day in picking up rabbits or al together at losest estimate 15/ for handling apples and rabbits ate the rate of 5/ per day, making a total of £1/12/G. It is said that 250 rabbits were poisoned for this outlay. which was considered a splendid result, but more rabbits would have been 'killed by an experienced man with tra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 February 1914

"Aanstrariians Y Pt,"' fly 3Fy GRANT HER VEY, Verses of Vim for Full-Eized Men and Peal Australian Women. "Gep tt Fertc y, tic lea c( rancd tr.oat ch'r. jetletacit of Auastulinn uoet. Ac crdcicctul aepcabiccc, ulcc icatc .togof t tWoik' in fuil of valianct hioe. rtatitnlively Atnettauicin. VaiccaCo e alifnicciontt fn at ccr tc ta.a s licOca cai. icc a wily :1a0ttccc id ha n deLi icftil! heart of i Id Wait Wi~ilnlaa.-Lorti if Book .nlnaillhy.' "Gitant Iecacy, cat nf the orgcanciters and aiirtctct, of A Itcccuia' vig'caua t'rI greanict' caxn)-raiiccl if C. iYag Atttltaiic Mtvc.c' mcet '-'.Arn ican Rarew ot favinwe,' New '~uy the Balllad of asigAuztralian Autogriphertl witih Nalionai Piatform of hice Yocncg Auatrala i'arcy. aal Draft of a propoicd New Conatitution far thei. At'ntc' lian Ccncmmonwccctah, poiftic, price 4/li. X II.- dIlir ConsaaaiLccirtccrnluinatmnp and Ciclns for a croct1tnatil Ntew Stccte, with f'rt. caaa far ice acanost. ie Orcder otn fcom Tho Young &ustratlia...

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ORCHARD FESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 February 1914

ORCHARD FESTS. . Nlr. W, H. Davey gives the fo:low ig ad'ice for treatnmnt of otchrd gests:--tor fungus dieeas s, sprlay trees with Bordeaux mixture, usiug theu £4 40 fot mult, that is 601bs blu s-tne, 4:. bes"s i ne and 40glb water. For chewing insects gush as co I in muoth scterpilla.s, use arsenate of lead 1In It ,5sls ate-r. For woolly sphis and sci'e ia;eats use an oil spray at the time trees ar. d,,rmtt at st eng 'h fi l?nl r:d oil to 5? iis f watt r. If asierg on dormant pe ich trees, it is lest to use, at etr t;,t"t lg , oil to 20,ls wsavter, Aa a to, a('C spray for aphides dlUrinit the sumnier, hoe advised the use of thel Csllowing frnrmu'a--l-1 5, viz; lib to. rEacco,, Io soft soap to etvery aa's wrater. .tiasolve soap by boiling, but =ever toil tobacco This this up in a lag and a"ow it tO ioak iin :cask of -aster days or weeks I efure.uinti, .so as to obtain al; its streing?.l A good win. .er epray, hae mentini'l. was the lime su'phur wash--Sulphur 1 Obs, lime 15 be, wa'e...

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Our Cable Service LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 February 1914

Our OCali SFervic (REUTEn's TELEGRAMI.) LONDON, Saturday. The Chinese Premier has resigned, stating that the finances are in a hope less state. Brigands, riffraff, 'and white wolf bands are roaming the disturbed regions cf Chicago. An engineer has, planned a sub merged tuborajilway between Scotland and Treland.

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GOT VERY WEAK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 February 1914

GOT VERY WEAK. "Mly boy Jlck was very bad with Diar. rloea" writes Mrs hM. Lee, Forbes, N.S.W. "For quite a fortnight he was ill and got very woak. Nlv huyband bought ab ttie of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remtedy and to our surprise eon dose completoly relieved him. So'd by lThomson, liake and Co. The funeral of the late Mrs. Gui zard, who came to Ballarat 61 years ago, took place last week. Prior ,to her death Mrs. Gazzard expaessed the desire that, a hearse should be dispensed with, and that the coffin should be carried to the grave by her sons. This wish was carried out. She. was 82 years of age. That the Brighton council has de cided two erect two screens on the beach for the convetnicnce of open sea bathers. The screens vwill be 20 feet long and 'Oft wide, and constructed of jarrah. One will be for men and the other for women.

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IN TROUSERS AT LAST. New York, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 February 1914

IN TROUSERS AT LAST. New York, Friday. The latest fashion has caused a sen sation. It attracted a crowd along the roadway when several dressmakers' mannequins appeared in split skirts with trousers, neatly creased, showing beneath them. The leading modis tes declare that the fashion is likely to catch on, as the garb is warm and dis croet.

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