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HARRY CRAIG'S PLAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 February 1914

HARRY CRAIC'S PLAYERS. This company of popular players will make a welcome appearance, after an unduly long absence, at Portland next Saturday, February 21, when they will produce. for the first time here that great detective drama, 'From Scotland Yard." It is described as of absorbing interest, replete with telling scenes and stirring situations, and has an amusing vein of comedy rtuning through it. Harry Craig has a part that fits him like a glove, and be is ably supported by that charming actress Miss Billie Howard, Mr. Andrew Heodge and a complete company of twelve picked artists. Interspersed through the drama are many humorous and character songs, ably randered by the company. Mr. Craig regrets that he is only able to appear one night, but will have a longer season on his next visit. Popular prices will be charged.

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 February 1914

Market Report. The Australian, Mercantile, Land and Finance Company Ltd. report. Sheep Skins.--Average supplies were submitted this week. The market for Fine X Pelts and Spring Lambs ruled I?d better, whilst other classes were firm and .unchanged. Hides.-Goodcatalogues werebrought forward. Competition was very keen for all weights, and best kips were oc casionally one-eighth-of a penny dearer. Tallow.-gupplies brought forward at Wednesday's auctions were largo. Buyers were in full [attendance, and the market was firm and unchanged.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 February 1914

GOT VERY WEAK. "My boy Jack was very bad with Diar rhoee" writes Mrs AM. Lee, Forbes, N.S.W. "For quite a fortnight he was ill and got. very weak. ly husband bought a bottie of Chamberlain's Colic nod Diarrhoea Remedy and to our surprise oneo dose completely relieved him. Sold by Thomson, Brake and Co. S.A. OL, WELLS COMPANY.-Af- . G. D. Noeudell, one of the provisional di rectors of the ahbovenamed company, will give an address on the objects of the company in the Oddfelloy's' hall on this Thursdayevening As the striking of oil in this district would be a con siderable factor in the prosperity of Portland there will doubtless be a largo audience. SIMPLY WONDERFUL. "My little girl Zehlda suffered to continu ously with croup that I began to think site would never get better, writes Mrs. Ununt lelt, 1069 Adelaide Road, Newton, N.Z. Seeting Clhamberlain's Cough Remedy ad vertised I thought I would try it and could see a change in her straight away,. It is simply wonderful how quickly C...

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Borough Council Wednesday, February 18. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 February 1914

Borough Council Wednesday, February 18. Present-The Mayor (Cr. William son), and Crs. Hanlon, Smith, Wyatt, Couch, Barcham, Davis, Miller, and Woods. From Railway Department, agree ing to allow the Council to form a 2-inl pipe connection with the departmental main and the pier. This would per mrit of a discharge of about 600 gal lons per.hour at the highest point be. tweon Portland North and Portland, where, it is understood, the Council will provide a concrete storage basin at its own expense. The rate to be charged for the water would be 9d per 1000 gallons, subject to the reserva tions the department shall be at liberty to shut off supply at any time.-Tho Mayor moved that the department be thanked for the , roferred concession, and informed thi present needs had been met.-Carrie . From the Premier and HIon. F. Hagelthlorn, re ienty meori brations. -Received. Fromn H. J. M. Camnpbelp i, forwaiding letter from llail missionlers, agreueing to take oa maintain the whole of the rood B...

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HENTY MEMORIAL: [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 February 1914

HENTY MEMORIAL: A meeting of the committee was held in the Town Hall on Monday evening. Present--The Mayor (Cr. Williamson) in the chair, Ors. Smith, Miller, Davis, Messrs. Wiltshire, A. Osbourne, Cruse, Walpole, Barnett, T. E. C. Henry, H. M. Campbell, F. Dimond. CORRESPONDENCE. From H. J. M. Campbell, M.L.A., te'ogrvphing that he had had a confer ence with the Premier, the Minister of Education and Railway Commissioners. Owing to the Premiers' Conference commencing on the 14th, also rail diuli culties on the 24th, it was advisable to postpone the date of the demonstra tion to 30.h April. The Commissioners would then grant the lower rates.-It was decided. on the motion of Messrs. Smith and Eurnett, t? hold the demon stration on Thursday, April 30. From Railway Commissioners, stat. ing that if the date were suitable fares for all scholars up to 16 years and cheap excursion fares for all over 16 would be granted, and trains provided from Ararat, Coleraine, Penshurst and Casterton,-Re...

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 February 1914

Fostal .Ai&ag(a6tts BEVISED TO DAlE. Mallsor the undermemtionedcfEces close at Portland(as follow:- Aolatlid Adculitc, i n t .t 1D Il' .totL Is 70a (0 m',.0,m I allla t .. . ,( t n 7.[ c m 7.L 7.0,,m 7.0 0 nam 7.1t('", n Iletc ... Im " 9pm .. m' 7 n.. blarlclne " .im 7 (?rm: 7.COa m 7.1Oi 711'am -.1t(1 aEttlc .... .. (0 7.10 L' mI0:0a 7.O 0 am 7.,!O In Csppe PEif 4tu1ar 9 ) De Caojbeletir' ('ccketco Valy .. m ,c (North Icrtlh d) Me s n. a n1i Ccdli?!c n ...... 1-.9 Fm Co1idsh ... ".. 7 7.. a L0 e mi.. a 7.0o a m :. 0.a nil Cartacor .? ..r 7.10 a 70 .0 em: DcekDrik . ... . (,6 i . ,.n0 I . Eaglish Mail,WV itoe days,7.50 a.m. Gorse . am8.0 50 a Hamilton ... 7 O m 7,E0 am .50 ' a .I50 am [0 a m beywood 7.. .. 7 0m 7.10 em 7.0 am 7.cQa m.7tCOe am 7.0 Benttiuck... . 7.t0sm .tO a n, - LC . 0Bridgewater - 9 a m Lyones .. ... 7P an <? 7.Gm MeltournI ?Oam ;7.o0amo 7.r0t m 710 a"m +O.n0 C; cm. Merino ...17.EO a r 7,1C a . 7,E m 7.0 7 m 7..0o m 7,.L m Ml it was . ... 7 0 m' ...

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Baptist Church Anniversary [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 February 1914

Baptist Church Anniversary The celebrations in connection with the 55th anniversary of the local Bap tist Church concluded with a tea and public meeting on Tuesday evening. The attendance was not so large as it generally is, the excessive heat of the day having made life more pleasant out of doors than in. The tea, however, was all the more refreshing and-was greatly enjoyed. The public meeting was opened with singing, prayer and the reading of a portion of scripture. The pastor, the Rev. H. Baulter, presided and welcomed the represents tives of the Salvation Army and the Presbyterian and Methodist churches, who occupied seats on the platform. : The choir, led by the Rev. H: Boul ter, sang an anthem, ' I wi.l praise Thee," with good effect. The secretary, Mr. J. Wiltshire, read the annual report as follows: "Mr. Chairmanand Christain friends. -In presenting this our annual report we desire in the first place to express our thanks to Almighty God for His goodness and watchful care fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 February 1914

St. Stehsn's SUNDAY, FEB. 22ud. Cnnon Carmichael will preach nmorning mAnd evening. Baptist Church. PASTOLR HI. BOULTER Conducts bolh services on Sunday. -L OST, on Mondayv evncing, a COLD S100OOCII, with' small ross attaeled. - eward on retumning to this office. )OR SALE, Farmer's Spring Waggon, cheap; also 17 young Sheep.-F. Aar -hall wal Co., Lmaml Agents. L OST, on Show day, Silver WATCH and Cluhin. Finder please leave at 'ortland Coffee Plabce. TOST--Gold Bangle, engraved "Stella." R eward at this office. LOST-A Gold Brooch. Finder please return to Victoria House. Reward. L OST-I'art of Watch Guard, with SMedal and sovereign case attached. Lteward. Apply P. Flynn, London llotel. T OST--Parcel, containing Dress. Ro wward. Apply this otfice. F]OR SALE-Six Haddock Nets. Apply this ollico. [.TANTED-Strong, respectable, useful Wl Girl. Wages 12s. Mrs. Walker, SGrill -oonm, Julia street. ; j\O. LET, Furniished Ilouise, for any S erm. Apply this olfice. S ANTD to, Iuy, I acre or 2 acr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 February 1914

I J W. HEMER8S : . COACHBUILDER, Ga?: al Blacksmth,Wheelwright & Horsenhoer PERCY STREET, POETLAND. , T .r ..o to thx'"i his numerous patrons for their liberal sa port lnthe. - - I i -itify tiiii a-l b lio (,irllly-that It will his ostant aim ;6lr;ý '.l a-.1; by do. unifornly good work. N:' iw 'anSiusa-hlaid Baggles always on Hand. S.ii.inithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implementa Repaired .Oareful attention given to the tyroing of wheels. 'Etlinstoes given for all repairs, If required. Hlorio-Shoolng Strictly Attondod to. gPgiee of all deairiptions Ropaired, kainted and renewed. ..:.Plough Repaired Mado Lightest draughb. W [OWELL. ST.BLISHED 1878. 8 ?lscsor to Nir D. Beat ScUlp 3r ani. Monumenta Carver, 'rtlatn and Eamiiton. JOB PF,,NTING iT MELBOURNE" PRICES. O with he tide, or founde beingthe law of rade, anl finding that a good ca of work is a-itc r, t?' distriob 6 uroe,w haveprocured THE.BEST M1&CHINF IN.THI MARKET are now prepared to ompeto with the ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 February 1914

PiLs driving for the new bridge over the Fitzroy°river, for the Mount Geam bier railway line, was started on Friday. Sleepers and rails are s'dl arriving. Platelaying wi 1 be delayed for some time yet until the bridge is coenp'etel An adzeing machinE will soon be p!aced in position in the yard to prepare the sleepers. DEtcENTRALISATION.-With a view to promoting the decentralisation move ment-especially as the Premier has expressed his entire sympathy with it -the executive of the Federated Pro gress Association of Victoria has invited the Hamilton Progress Association to supply partilurars of the requirements of this district in regard to matters in general, such a seoser settlement, efforestation and timber industry, main roads, new railway projects, develop ment of lime industry, shipping facili ties, educational matters, irrigation, better train services, revised rail freights and fares, tourist trade, and generally what is necessary for the creation of rew, and the deve!opment o...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 February 1914

DIED. PIl'TS,--On tlhe 13h February, al P'al mer street, Portland, Ellen Ruth. he loived daughter of A. E. and E. A. Pitts, aged one month. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19,1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 February 1914

t a Ift o Slmpleand Utronl, They Clnnot go Wrong. S!lmpliciay In a great thl' !rg. a ar~tn mnrti te. eeprrtall v r~ ?l' oiiein the rountry ren haee H ityoureelf. WARD BROS. Machines have fewer parts than ntd other--nothiin, to get oun of ord ea.r, ounlrchraprr tla n ,:1, lVe poytreigt to yonr nante.n gnuarante eerry mnchlnrr-and let ?[[ ou hIve·C it on ro~rt~rms Write for illutnratcd r atcalg-.p?ort Irre. Yarhtnee or anl mt?k, rhpaire~ , Ncdlcsand nrattn reltpliet tar ayI hta~talae. 36-38 ERROL STREEI~T, NORTH MELDOURNE. P Rl rANDI) AG EN'T CIlAhLI S lRENCI[ PEOIO POMALE f:r the ?E;d f) 'lc'lk~r~es fatt trmin dead. , Ona .;-ic.t;:a deatrtys htea verm:ra, k:ll nits, hei;ls acre,, " cu..s r n:vrrm, makes the hair FIIiend | 1m/-, Large 2/-, Zztr Large 3/6, itt Comb 6d. more. J N. I;?r'chaumt, clemist, Portlatu sells Pedlic." .. .. . . . . .. · i·L':. ?? . & COISULTINC ' OP'"ICINHS (3L 'NG' 2'I,1.;.. of Perfect Vi..on Glasses tmt will reliva E :ye Strain, Hoadarhe arad . -aur. a...

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ORCHARD PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 February 1914

* :::'(.+ -ORCHARD ESTS. +*r+r. \lW. H. Dat, ey ci,'s the fo'l,,,v nog tid'ict, for treu' itn I *f urt.chillri etqts:--Vor futtus <it eis s ,. , ;ny tlrees with Il talt. x iim litutr, r sSini tihe '6440 fotula, Ul th 'is hGObsi blu s one, -'bs bes;a ije and l0glis wmittr. F.r bc?vwing irnsects sunh its cod in rlolothI .?terpilla,,, use nrOenate oif leald IIn toi 95gls rwau.ar. For wob,,lyn pher?wndlses'. inieets use an oil epray at the time trees ar* d,,tn in tt) it it b (f leiI aed oil t. 13.s olf * ui r. I f-usi.g .n .dorntu tt ,eu lh trets.'it i I le~t .t use --t estrL n-' Ig l so il;. to ,0ilp . .vtter. A? a toa.ct spray for:npliideL during the sumnttr, hlie advisedr th, us,. of the following frmlu'n-? i I. viz; llh i.tii --ucco, IPt sofe s.iap :i t i .. t"ety 5n a's matier. Disisolve sonp by liil ng, lbuI ? iever oil lubauicto Tli.this i.up il. aI bag and R'low it tto oakit i , cask tof w'ater diys or wt ekts efure u-int, so is to obtain all its 5'r"lntli. A good win...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 February 1914

RIFLE SHOOTINC. The first competition for the trophy presented by Mr. IIH. J. M. Campbell, M.L.A., took place on Wednesday. The conditions were ten shots and two sighters at 1000 yards, sealed handi caps. The weather was very hot and the wind tricky from the right front. Following are the scores: W. A. Wilson ... 38 S. Cou:h ... .... 36 W. Harb ... ... 36 Cupe. Bonnett ... 35 R. Adamson ... 30 E. Baldwin '... ... 25 H. Baldwin ... ... 23 J. Wilson ... ... 22 H. Vieian ... ... .22 W. \rivian ... ... 17 L. Riihetti ... ... 16 M. Nicholson ... 14 W. Lister ... ... 8 Thie second competition takes p'ace on WVednesday next, 25th, at 900yards.

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S.A. OIL WELLS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 February 1914

8.A. OIL WELLS COMPANY. On Thursday evening last Mr. G. ). lMeoudeill, oa Melbourne. promoter of the South Australian Weo'ls Com pany, addressed a publi moeetinug in the Oddjellows'hall. The attendance was smaill, less than 20 persons being present. This apparent coolness towards the projetob can only be accounted for by the excessive heet of thle day. Mr. Mleudell, however, did not appear.de pressed, and spoke at considerable length and said a great deal that was very interesting and instructive. He has travelled much and given t'wo years' study to thesuhject. Most of tihe world's oil, he said, was found in tlhe tertiary or recent rocks,.and such rocks iere exposed or. both banks of the Glenelg river. Up to the present oil had not been struck in Australia. It was first discovered 55 years ago in California by a certain colonel who was boring for water. An inrush of water was dreaded by oil borers. When it oc curred the bore was filled with coment and redrilled. He comp'ained that t...

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COMPLETELY ERADICATED. THREAD WORMS IN A CHILD AND ALSO IN ADULT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 February 1914

COMPLETELY ERADICATED. THREAD WORMS IN A CHILD AND ALSO IN ADULT. Tihe conmpleto manner in whli:h CO.MISTOCK'S "DEAD SHOT" WORM PELLETS eradicate Worms of all descriptions is strikingly illus-. trated in the statemenlt published Ie low. Mrs. A. Bristow, 37 Regent street, Sydney, writes:--"My little girl, aged seven years, was subject to thread Worms, which caused iher to Ibe, peevish, irritable, and restless at night, with a voracious appetite, and f pr icured all sorts of remedies for oher, bIullt withllout avail, sintil I saw Cnistock's 'Dead Shot' Worm Pellets advertised, and my husband told me to yis their.. I did so; and after she Ihad taken one box and a part of the' second, all traces were eradicated, hav ilg pissed great tulmlners of them. Sine then ii friend of mine who had anlufered also from Thread Worms for -0. velars, enduring much discomfort, reiotldering le pale, sallow, iand thin, iand which caused her much initernal troulle, with is feeling of sickness, during this ...

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DISORDERED LIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 February 1914

I)ISORDIERED IIVIIR. "For disordesa of thIe liver iand stint?bh ltheleo is no better medicine utllt Chanmber linl'sl' Tablets," writes Mlra. lai'rgarot J. \Wateon, Emerald, Q. "I sonffred with bil h.leadaches caused by a disordoret liver. hIeiringromy custiumors speak eo hiu)hly of Climberlan's T'abets I thoeght I would tir. ywlhat thoy would do for n?e. After the firat few dos a I no iced an improvemneat, and. after I hlad taken a couple of boxes founid myself. quite relioexed of headaches, which i have nL retrned." Sold by 'IlThonm soi, Brake and Co.. A V?EY brilliant Ne.w Year Number is provided in the February issue of the Windsor Mogazihe,'which shows no falling off from the high achievement of the preceding COlristmas Number in in either variety or importance. Among the fiction by famous nouelilsts, for in. stance are to be found a large second instalment of Sir HI. Rider Haggard's faeecinating new romance from the career of his famous hero, Allan Quar termain, "The Holy Flowe...

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Our Cable Service LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 February 1914

our Oafie Service (RRUT?r's TaLEGitAM.) LONDON, Saturday. Thirty-eight thousand French sol diers are in the hospitals, which is an unprecedented number during peace. No less than 17,610 are likewise inca pacithted in the German army owing to lack of bedding and clothing. Another explosion took place at No bel's dynamite factory in Ayrshire. The buildings were demolished, and there was considerable loss of life. The Dublin Housing Commission report unprintable details of living conditions in that city. Several robbers stopped a New Or leans express train and rifled the mails of £80,000. Tho Belgian House of Representa tives has passed a compulsory Educa tion Bill with Roman Catholic subsi dies. An American wireless operator las devised a wireless telephone demon stration successfully at 25 miles. New York. Passengers arriving .by the steam ship Lapland report that a brilliant meteor plunged into tle ocean in close proximity to the ship. The' meteor explopcd with a report' like that o...

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CASHMORE V. L.C.B. (Contributed. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 February 1914

CASHMORE V. L.C.B. (Contributed. Draw your chair to the fire, old woman. The days are warm but the nights are cold. They'voe:driven our cattle from off the common, .And pounded them, calves and all. I'm told. -A. L. Gordon. The morning of the 25th February broke cold and misty on the Cebshmore settlement. A heavy dew, unusual at this time of the year, saturated the wild oats grass, buts the red orb of tlhe sun rising over the eucalyptus crowned heights to theo east gavt promise of a hlotday. And there were other signs of a'hot day, for, warned that a rising of the natives wosimminent, the settlers were early afoot and had gathered to the most central position on EIamlet's Hill, which had been hastily fortified by a breastwork of sandbags and barb wire. The grim earnestness of these preparations sas emphasised by the figure of a spy swinging on a stunted tree near by. He had been captured on the previous evening, riding on the heath with whip nod tan leggings in a bag strapped in fro...

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 February 1914

Portal .AzIza(zcrtt BEVIbED 10 DAJE. M• ilaM orthe undermentionedcfces aloae at Portland as follow: Plas. £O in7%n 7 ttnLLI (:0' ~oi 2j i litc I it b · Cauii t iza. . *I (0f Ift 7 n 7 0.io m n .rf a m m f . Ollalat .. 'i* 7.[E . lt . n i.L0 em .?'/.10 onm 7.l(( ; Ikstate . . . ., I ? , : - ' tr " " .' 11?szzich ?thn ) .. T~q r ((tr .Im .ldrc ".aEm .a. l• DENh ri(D ... t.a in 7.c£0 tm .0?0m r.m( m GoCae 0. in-. 18.0am 1.m Ctr smit . ..5. t 1 . - 'O ?mi 7.tO a ? '[(" ? m.0~el ( Edair X.. . imm ' HMltroa .. 7.i 70sm 70 am O 7S Oa a i .I o cs.tcnd ... . 7 .0 tO m 7.O a 70 am 7tl i am i .00 m ruitcor ... ?! .Oam 7. 0 m . O , rm.o.?" BD trtk mrk . * '.10 a i i0 a i LCBedgtaWsO a mm am Lycan ..-. . a - . i..,an Heltani .. - 7 E0s an 7.5o0m .n iO 7.50 a ) in .C . (0 in Mealnao .. 70 iO 7. .[Om 70 7.0ami 7.t50 O ti m M itbuwac... ..- 7.50 am ) 0 " txy~itfnY ) .- i I 7C~tuain7.50a60 i~6in? 2C6a a Moult Gaminoex . 720am.? Orm 7 Oim 7.feoai,7 100 am 7 LDm I LnBrdgjaatar *.. 70am 7 0am r~arxaaOn...

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