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HOSPITAL CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 February 1914

HOSPITAL CARNIVAL,. A meeting of the Friendly Socideties' Ho.spital Carnival Committee was held on Monday night last, when a number of the two, committees (ladies' and gentlemen's) was present. After deal ing with routine business (minutes and correspondence) the hon. secretary (Mr Bourbaud) read the balance sheet. The rtsult was received with applause, showing how handsomely the people of Portland responded to the efforts of the Friendly Societies towards the hos pital. Messres.Walpole and Marshall highly commended the hen. secretary for the amount of work he had put into the movement to make it such a success. Mr. Marshall said they were deeply indebted to Mr. Bourbaud for the very fine manner in which hie had carried out his duties as secretary. When the committee first met they had difficulty in getting a secretary, but Mr. Buur baud kindly volunteered to fill the po sition, and events showed that he had filed it with abi ity., He (Mr. Mar. shall) had never worked with a secre t...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Our Cable Service New York, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 February 1914

Outlr al)la 8 rica (REUTEa's TELEGRAM.) New York, Monday. At Tunica, Mississippi, a posse of sheriffs attempted to arrest thirty negroes. The blacks opened fire, killed a deputy sheriff: Volleys were ex changed andl the white men were forced to retreat, beingshortof ammuni tion. The negroes then fled, and the posse tracked them, killing five. Blood hounds are following the others' trail, and the white men swear they will kill every black who participated in the riot. London, Monday. In the i-louse of Lords, Lord Sol bourne, in moving a motion alleging? corrupti on on the part of the Liberal party, said the belief was prevalcnt that so:calldd political 'olibours were actually hawked to rich men, a condi tion which -contributed to the patty funds. This belief applied to both political parties. It was one of the greatest dangers of the democracy tlhant both parties were becoming absolutely dependent on enormous sums for their existence. London, 22nd Februarty. Grave fears are entertain...

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ORCHARD PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 February 1914

ORCHARD PE3TS. tlr. W. I. Da)ecy ,ivs Ihe to low ilrg ad-ic-. for tiel it .t if I ilnlu'r.l petis:--For fij,,,Js ili eS,.s, .I.,ayL trees wi I l(Ii .iux mixt rttt, tt ,iiig 'Ihti ,04 40 f, ,uit , thbt. is )0ibs Ilu Sin", 4, b s" i ie alnd 4Ohl w , ,. F.,r chewias' itrt'tcii,,c .ruth ais Lil ill nii thI ctterpil i,', u1e areOitt oIf lbllad II1 ( Si..ls wi..r. For woe l y 1 p h il. seI ce;S 6 l'O inmects uas ain o pil y at Ihtti .hll ?a i rees ar. d ,rlrl alit stt rOng lilf .Irql r'd ioil ii 15. 's.f iaLi.r. If uai n;',l' durmr ?. pe ,ll iree.ti i i: .i ...t uo..J &st, st' it ii 1" . oil to 20."ilt w ttr. A. a to t c..,pray fr apliti ih dtioi, ahe s, ore I.e* r adliisd. tlii ts"hoif:tie f)lhowitg frito'i'----l'l.) hiz itto base,, il., ".?f, lo 7>p .Ni~~ ?** y:); 3. ?watelr,." IDi.ssI?ish .t i oa I')'l fiilirl; I,, h 0 see'er i oil thlti.'t T-' is t h'i t s l in, ip ai ZtYg ,I at'l owi -t-i o'k irtle 'sk ·f water d y'.s or wei!k ii fue i' it iI si as to ohtali, all it's ' r ...

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STRANGER THAN FICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 February 1914

1STRANCER THAN FICTIOH. '-(Bu PETER) . It is rumoured that "Truth" ' hIs secured Grant Rervey for £8 a week and expenr.ses. Not to be outdone, but at the same time wishing Johnnie Norton no harm, the "Observer" has aeccred "Peter" for his ex's. At first g!adce the '"Observer" seems to have made the moc' advantageous terms, but those who have had the good for tone to nieet Peter on the few occasions when he has had the handling of un limited cash have some doubts on this point. In'the case of Hervey and other Scotch it may be expence, but with Pe:er it will be ex-sovereignp, for he i 1 travel with a retinue, except when duty calls him into, the wilds where pubs are not. He will contributi half a column or more every fortnight, or oftener until stouched in tihe eye. berhaps after wards-an obituary. He will be in dependent in politics, nonwowserous in religion, No. 12 in boots, and as veraci ous as circumstances will permit. He is 19, or was, He is unmarried, but of a sawpey, uhenterpr...

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A LONELY DEATH. SAD FATE OF A CANADIAN SETTLER'S WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 February 1914

A LONELY DEATH. SAD FATE OF A CANADIAN SETTLER'S WIFE. The search for Mrs. Jektins, who had been missing forom her home at Cashmere heath since Friday morning, resulted in the finding of the unfortu nate womnans dead body about a mnile from lher homne. A preliminary inquiry was held at Portland onTuesday, wh11e C.onstable O'Donnell sulbinitted tile fol lowing roport to the Deputy Coroner, Mr. Donald, J.P. : I beg to report that the missing womnu', Florence Jenkins, wife of Stephen Jenkins, one of the Cashmere heath settlers, was found dead in the scrub yesterday evening by R. S. Kitt son, one of the men who had been searcching for thel deceased. The par ticulars of the sad event are that Mrs. Jenkins has been in ill health for some time, suffering flrom consumption in an advainced stage. She attended Dr. Slee man about a couple of weeks ago, and he prescribed for liher and advised her reamoval to the hospital. She had some medicine fromi him and was taking it dluring the interval, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 February 1914

TO DO OTHERS GOOD. "I have been living in S. W. Queensland for thirteen years.'? writee Mr. J. R. I indal.e Editor of the Cunnamiullf "Watchman." "During that time I have been subjected to attacks of diarrhoes and have always found Chaniberlain's Colic and Diarrhoca Remedy to quickly relieve me. I. can re commend it to anyone suffering from that complafnt, You may useethis letter as you see fit for it is waitten to do others good." nold by Thomeon, B:ake and Co. DISORDERED L1VER. "For disorders of the liver and stomach there is no better medicine thau Chamber lain's Tablets," wiites Mra. Margaret J. Watson, Emerald,Q. "I auffered with biil headaches caused by a disordered liver; Hearing my customere speek so hi?hly of Chalmberlatm's Tab ets I thought I would tr what they would do for nme. After the firat few dns a I no iced akn improvement, and after I had taken a couple of boxes found myself quite reliexed of headaches, which hav nt rttnrned." Sold bjyThom aon, Brako. ant Co. SIMPL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 February 1914

St. Steshen's SUNDAY, MARCH 1st. - sCanon Ciarichael will Ipreacll Il;orning and eveiung. Holy Communion at mid dily. Baptist Church. PASTOR H. BOULTER Conducts both services on Sunday. )lt( SAI.K, a clheap B S.A. Bicycle. in Sgi l? onler. Apply 0. l)aDting, Nel ruu Rutll. " " """ . hO ,'lT, nice Ihouse, lOroonis, U.(S. tank, 1 ( anOes laiid, good position. F. .Mar a.mlul & Co., 4ind Agentr. LOST n Friilay evening, between Iticihlln d Hotel and pier, .c long imnwn Fur Necklet. Reward onil eaving .anime nt. ticlniK'nd Hotel. .. " OST Pocket VWallet, containing money :Iiand letter, Saturdiy niglht at Li s?ti:nI 11111. or between 11hall nd Royal eito tl. Findirtlreturn to Observer. iRe isrnl. ____________ (S'T', o i1 Moniy evening, ia (OL1) l IHROOCII, with small cro-. attached. :;ewiarnl ?i retillninilg to this office. LOST'i -Goldliingle, engrnveil "Stella." SIewalrd at this officc. S(OR SALE-Six Haddlock ets. Apply 1, this office. _____ I( T L1'T, Furnislhed llonse, for intl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 February 1914

7W. H1EMERS. COACH BUILDER, Genexr, Blal smith, Wheelwright & Horseshoe " ... .~ ~t i.: ,' ·:. :, : PERCY STREET, POrTLAND. - -v " -l s3a.-hual Bggites always. on. Hand.' ' :I ,unsmitling Doe, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repaired Careful attentlon given to the tyreing of wheels. Estlmttes given for all repuirs, If required. EZsso-Shooing Strictly Attonded to. r"Ptigioe of ill deriptions Reupirad, ;iainted and renewed. Plouagh Ropaired Ifado Lightest draught. W HOWELL. O" St.furSfuf 1878. ti8 f.fa Od Co N1c D. Beat - Soulptar hti1 M,!onumenta Ca~rver. a. H .mlto. JOB PaI1NTIN11G !nEasoBQUa PRICES. IO bh1 - oirio,& n btag th -?"Ivao1~c?-o ania' fio ina }h.ot a goor1 ,n o, w haveorocurd,' , THE B~ast iIFr? NI IN THl ' ItIARKET r nwpi~eptCO& to ontpoto with the mooitaupo ritebn f on hie own tormt GOLDS1ITH & DWVIS ,,OB3ERVER OFFICE oooo . .... .·; INGIM MMEggEN~ A Gosd Sewing MIachlns Pays for Itrslll Oon't pay a fanoy prico for your machlnal...

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CORRESPONDENCE It is to be distinctly understood that we in [?] way identify ourselves with the opinion expressed by our correspondents. RABBIT POISONING. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 February 1914

CORRE S PONDE NC E t11 e to be distiaptly understood that tee il e owa iderldfyoutrseles with the opiniou ,res, d b oar c'rrespoi7ulc nts: - HAnDlr PolsoONIN. To tile Editor. Sir,-In reference to a recent letter, signed "Conservative Cuss," which ap peared in the " Observer," regarding the expensive method of poisoning rabbits uith apples and strychnine, I wish to state that it was far from cor rect. For inctance, it stated that stiTycehnine cost 5/ an ounce, and tlhat the rabbits were fed with apples: four niglits before poisoning. The facts arc-The strychnine cost 2/9 an oz., and the rabbits were free fed for three nights in some places, and in other places two nights. It also said there wetrec only 250 rabbits poisoned, where as tlhere were 250 counted, and no doubt there were as many more died in the scrub and burrows. In regard to thle effective methlod of poisoning with apples and strychnine, I find tlhat if the rabbits are skinned thie value of the skins will in nearly all ca...

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APPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 February 1914

A''roIN'rreN'r.-Mr. A. s. S.Podgerx, M.P., llts heen informed by the Post inaster-Genrlal's Department that Miss Ruby Lightbody has been appointed SPostnistress at Drik l)rik in succession to M. L Bilston, who resigned tile post on accoaunt of ill health. ToNsxl Ri.E.IEr FVUND.--We have irecivedt tihe following tladditional sub scriptions in Mid of the abovenamed fund:- T. H. B, 5s.; H. E Sampson, 10/6. PREsEN'wTAT?O.--At a large and re presentaitive gathering in tile Free Li I rary.ball last night Mr. T.E.C. Henry, town clerk, was presented withl valu al1e testimonials from tile Borough Council andti the townspeople in recog nition of the invaluable services hle has rendered to the town during the 25 years hle lhas filled that position. On bo Ihaf of the Council the Mayor (Cr. W. J. Williamson) presented Mr. Henry with a theodolite, which was said to be of the latest type, and on behalf of the citizens' committee MI. Wiltshire pre sented Mr. Henry with a beautifully i illuminated a...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 February 1914

THEY .SAY That Sir George Reid has sailed for England. That the Victorian Scottish Union has thanked tile Federal Governmnenh for having decided to retain tile kiltsJ That in the Wittlesea district, ths apples in many of the orchards. werir roasted with the heat, last seok. That Harry Hawker intends to Ily from Geelong to Warrnataboul andt thence to Caramut. Tilat the lettergram system is being extended to Warrnambnol. That Camperdown is shown to be the warmest spot in Victoria. That Harry Hawker's exhibition of flying at Randwick racecourse was witnessed by 15,000 people, on Saotur day, Hawker, with Lord Denman as passenger, reached an altitude of 3,000 fr. That Dr. Carry Salmon has accepted an invitation to stand for the Balaclava seat in the House of Representatives in place of Agar W~ynne, Postmaster General, who will not seek re-election. That the Rechabite's Order has 800 tents, 7000 members, and £330,000 funds in Vic'oria. Thalt the Railways Standing Com. mittee ivill take ev...

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Postal Arrangements. REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 March 1914

i· '·I ~ Tostal .Azrr garatet BKVIbkD 20 UAIX. Mlsalaor the undermeationed of6ces olose at Portlar d:as follow:- Places. A• i- t tIane - a .. ....a l It 1 1 -t ' .t an tis an i o ' l ias et.1( 0 s a l7. La " 7.lL 0 m s .0 i | Cta ;n 7 - 'i t tlatlt ..e ..* Ijl so u . lt,: 0-1 lr?t?or". a. " . a" n 7 8o? l : r lation - at n k . .. -.1 a .r lu LO...'. .t( a 1?-T n .i t(rlti lliid)w in 9 auso Ccdiuapn g1 9m ol r ? r tam Coldiare .-so 7 ."0is 7.00l n5.a "., O a : l. S o? O m L Ccadah aSO7.50 sf .rOtOm:7.;t0 amsoittas a.tOa ni Iarzrrcor 700001 . - 7 II) a In Hlamelton ... -- 7.0 7 sin 7.E as. 7.10 as o 7 .50 Cm[n' 7oaso m Be~cod..... Oss l.lts so 7.t0 am 7.C0as L.00m '0 sm hento~nh.. .. ! . . . . . . 7. tf " LClridg'Oateo . ' ..m am or iiry di ... m .t0a- 7 .i lm reltm an5- -. 7 0am 7.0m 7t0im 7.00 ' "90asm . o NaeritoW . 7. . 5.10 som 7.I 0 " 7.'0?am so 7 a 0 700 is s .00 so Lclv.o~l "os | .-... ·I l; . | : .:'.'.E, ? I Smlton .. .P0 a so 7,0(anC.50 n 7 " " - , : ILo ornam Pet cy d .. T...

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NEW [?]STAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 March 1914

LAhW~a (' C EALS The niew poetal ratole, it eleding the p1'eY p0otO3ge rn leltere, cmieti in force on Bloy 1·t. 'Tire riducrd .rlete are 8s f'lllrl: TBROUGHOUTI' CON0IKNEWEALTH Al)D lAI·UA. Letter Id ,pr a z. Lotte ards,sitgl ld roe Do. ri ply ,Id. ech hlf. J'tocardrs,ongle,Id.eath Do. rrply, Id. reeh lilf. l'rirtrd panr"srr O-d . nr 2 oz. Booke, pimtjr'e-a ri r Are omit., f4 per 8roz; It Autalrolia 0Od .per 8 ez. Alarzin es- Irinttid ija Aebtraliae, Od. per 8 oz printed outside Aostralia, Ojd. per 4 1,z. "HItanrd," OId. per 12 oz. Conmtenrciral palpetes ptltterns, samples and merchas doeld pIr 2 eZ. OVEIRSEA flll]10oDs Letters Irtm ith Cin C nonerweatlh to the United Kia gd rrO , oversetl drrmininc, Briti r colnnir5 atOd pIrirYtOltrates CiCtIlt the New Ilrebridre; id pei <z NEW ZEALANID AED' ¶IIE ISlANDS. Ihere rr to New Z.ieelrd, Figi atd Brittbb St trot, Iloide 1 : Let li . oz Po btde. agle 3d.. D rrp Id.ea Le or ilg.l ad. Do reply let a.eclh, Moagzites Id. 8ri , taddi...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 March 1914

RIFLE SHOOTINC. T'jj, se.coOl competition for the trophy presented by Ml r. H. J. BI. Campbell, M.L.A, was fired on Wcd nesnlay. TIh weather was nigain fine, but the wind was troublesome. At timics it was steady from tine right, and woauln sula(nlc~ny shift to the right front, making a diflifeuco of Sft. in windage. Tne .conditions ;were 10 shots and tin, sighters at 900' ianrds. The followin, are the scorels:--' Capt, Bnnbth ...e 42 W. Ha...t42 WV. Vivian .. ..4 H. Vivian.. .. ( R. Adlamsoon ... 33 W; Wilson... ... 26 W'. Lister ..: ... 5 MT. Nieholson ..19 L. Balnlwin ... .. 18 S. Couch ... ... 14 H. Baldwin .. * ..: 14 The final shoot takes place on WenI ncsdav next, March 4, at 2 p.m., 10 shots at 80Q. yarnls.

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ORCHARD PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 March 1914

8OCHXRD PE)TS. Mr. 1V. II. *y cir, s,)he fo I·'w ing ad' i'? for t i i' n ,t if orilir ri Yreti:--l'or fb'als di.e:uas s, epray trees with ,)3,deiuIx ni(t.ure, utIi,. 'Ie S4 40 forulas, i)ht is 60Irbs blu s ,inr, Sbb b.s" ',ire aid 40gh wIt.',. Fr chewirir . insict- suth a, cdI in n1,th caterpitais, u'ue arenatri of lead liI) li 3gils wiear. .Fir wo ril'y ph.rianld s c'e -lscti us1" an 0.1 ?pray at Ih llih)i trare ir' dlrmltniat sL trelg lfi of l[ul .red oil to 15g·:s of watir. t Itr usig ,n dormauit pechl treits, it i h,' i.to use sa str'ntth gd i oil to 2'."ids w rir. ..Asa to.a'co spray for iphlides (1u'i l. roe snini.r, he advisdn thl, us' of the Oiloiiin. friun'i-l--I , viz; 11i i,,. mlbacc.,, I'i) of' sa.ip to : Ivieiy 5.a t wnater. Iti-solve 0o p lI;yil) i ioin, Iutr eever loil i(,)iItLcco' Ih'liis lthis up iin a ~Jfbag and aoI it i ? n; ? ?i csk ,f i)'erl dias or ameks efori U-I?ln in, ii ' to ohbtai all its s r.'iithli A grd ! in taer ep ay, e nllt'i iii, ." the lime aJ!phu...

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Our Cable Service LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 March 1914

our Cable Service (PKUTERl's TsLEGRAM.) LONDON, Saturday. Chao Ping Chun, formerly Chinese Bremier, died suddenly at Pekin. An official report ihs been received (ifa sweeping victory over thp "Whito Wolves" rebels in Honan. Four thou sand of the rebels were killed. Authentic reports show' that the police guard were asleep wlien the Royal Family statues were tarred. The bodies of the three members of the French Alpine Club have been found. General Valla, the Mexican rebel leader, offers to provide a special train for delegates appointed to examine MIr. Benton's body, the Englishman whom Villa murdered.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 March 1914

WE MUST REPEAT. \Vhen 'ev erybpdy tells the samniy?s,??ty It is hard to say new things about Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. 4They cure the lame and aelhing back, the suf. ferer from kidney disorders, and the troubles of those whose urinary organism is wrong in its action. That they do this is so easy to prove that not a restage of doubt remains. Public endorsement is easily proven- Read thie: "Mr WJackman, Gawler Street, Port land, says:--"Some years ago I caught a very severe cold, which settled on my kidneys, and as a result I suffered acony from Lumbago-like pains in my back and across the loins. I was at times almost doubied up with the paint, and I could not lstraighten my back without enduring sorture. The kldney secrotions 'became flected, being thick and cloudy, and con. taining sediment. My rest at night was very broken aiid during theday I always felt dull and tired, and had no energy. I suffered in this way for a long time, and could get nothing to do me any good. One day ...

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LATEST NEWS. Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 March 1914

LATEST NEWS. By Wire. SMelbournc, Saturday. The Rev. Johnts, his.wife and child, had a marvellous escape from death at; Yarram. The horse boltcd and jerked the occupants out of thoe vehicle. A second or two afterwards the hores and jinker fell 200. feet down a gully. Thu childl was the most injured. There was ieastriking display of physical culture by 6.000 children at the A.N.A. Educational Exhibition t~o-day. Th e Tusmannian cricket team scored 171 runs in their first innings, and Victoria has lost 7 wickets for 209.

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 March 1914

PORTLAND TELEPBONE BUREAU. T'he ollowiug iy o liutol telephoneostati and riargeb:- huamoe Fi. 3mrins. Additions oflTown Conversation, 3mina. *lranxholmo Gd 6d Byaduk sla 91 Clape Felson 2d 2d Cavendish is 9J *Custerton vih Bran.holme Is 91 Casterton via Hi-milton 1s 4d ls Colerajino Is 4d Is Condah 6d GA Crossle.y Is 9d LDennington 1J 94 DIigby, via Blrauxholme Is 9d Dunkold is 9d Gleothempson Is 4d Is Ilawkesdoelo, Is 9d Hanmilton is 9d I"Heywood. 2d 2d Kentbruck Gd 5d Kikkatall Is 9d Koroit Is 9d Loke hIola Is 10d 1 2d Nlacarthur Is ,J ls .iecrino, vih iranxholn c is Sd Mlerino, jia lHamrilton las 4d Is Mo.unt Gambier is 9d Moaynec Falls il 9d i lyum)n 6d .'l Narrawong 3d 2d Nelhun 3d 6d PnLuzat Is Od Port Fairy 8d . 6d Port MlcDonnae ls 4d Is Hitponuorst -ls d T'yrendarra 3d 3d V*nsIuk .6d 5d *Wuallacrredal 8d 6d Warrnambool Is 9 Wickliff ls i0d ls 2 Wooisthorie r s 9d F e for mossenger call, any person dind vilhin one mile--3d. *Note.-BranxholnOe closes from p.m. to 1 p.m daily,...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 March 1914

THEY SAY That a number of obsolete weapsns, mostly Nordenfeldt machine guns, have been handed over by tile Com monwealth authorities to tihe StaLte Ministry for distribution among tihe municipalities. Councils that desire to participate in the distribution should communicate ith the Premier (Mr. Watt.) That Portland will shortly lose one of its bankl managers. That tile Newmarket Handidap was won by Iownit, Cider second, andi Aleconner third. That the Liverystablekeepers' Board is to be cetended to Hamilt6n. The •wages inii thant town range in the past from 15/'to 30/ per week, some being married men employed, That there is a splendid programme at the Portland Pictures tonight, and should draw a bumper house. Thatt a the gaLthering of the Early Pioneers' Association in Melbourne to. niight there will be present-Mr. Jas. Birss, age 103; Mrs. Kelly, age 100; and Mr. J. W. Smith, age 102, who assisted in H.M.S. Rattlesnake to sur vey tihe Australian coast in 1833. Tlt Mr. t.,illson, M....

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