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TONKIN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 March 1914

rcceived the following adlditional sub scriptioins to the abovcncumed fund : Y.XW.C.T.U., 10/; A. .L)awkins, 10!; Friend, 2/. Portlidl Pictures to - night. A splendid 1ograumme: Don't miss it. Liic: ssxS Courwr.--At the l'ortlan d ,icensing Conurt on Satlur'day, before Mlr. Williams, an application was made by Mlr.It. T. Silvestcr for the transfer of the licence of the Lon)doniI Hotel from May Josephine Jackman to Timothy Bugsh. No objections having been lodged, the ilpplic tion was gra ted. Po.ire Cotinr.-At tlho local court on Satur'day, before 1i'. 1'; Willliims, I'.M., C. 1. C(arter was charged by Constable O'Donnell with being drunk in a piublic place while in charge of.a horse. ''The olbncewas admitted. The -inforniihnt deposed that on Fet.bruar' l 12, when lie was returning from the races, hlie saw defendant on it horse. D) fondant was drunik, and ran his horse into a drag, with the result that the vehicle hie (inforumnti) was inl capsized. l-e aifterwards spoke to accused, w...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 March 1914

.1) ID ll: I cI)ONALI).-On :lth Marchu , 1 914, at her resideniice, lenty street. Portlanud, ],'i.t.i, relic. of the lateat 11ugh Ml)on ihld; aged I1., yeaills. MONI)DAY , U 1-1, J( 1,911

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 March 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BURKAU The ollowuing isa list of tolophonoestati andt (lll ge:- hameo Fi. 3mine. Additional ofiTown Conversation, 3mine. *ltranxholmo J1 6d Alyaduk Is 9d Cape Nelson 2d 2d Cavendish Is 91 *Caoterton via Branuholme Is 9.1 Caoterton via Homilton Is Id Is Coleraino Is 4d Is Condah Gd 65 Crosele, l1 9d Deonington l. 91 Digby, via Ilranxholmo Is 9d Dunkold Is 9d (; lenthompson Is 4d 1a flawkesdvlo Is, 9d IHamioltoo Is 9d 1'Heywood 2d 2d Kenthruck 6d 5d Kirkstall Is 9d Koroit Is Pd Lake liola In 10d 1 2d Mlacarthur Is 41 Is SMlerino, via iruanxholn e Is 9d lMetino, via Hamilton s 4d Is Mount Gambier Is Od Mloyno Fallo Ia 9d Ilyamyn 6d 5"1 Narrawong 2d 2d Nelson 8d 6d Penal.ulst Is 9d Port Fairy 8d 6d Port McDonne la 4d Is Hipponhurst Is 9d Tyrendarra (d 3 id Yiomhluk 6d 5d. " Wallncedal 8d 6d VWarrnambool Is d Wicitliff Is 10d leh Woolhthorpe ha, Fee for messenger call, any person dind uvihin one mile-3d. Note.-Blranxholme closes from p.m. to I p.m. daily, and on Wednes...

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

CbagamerIaIns "a Ta'sklo s O !Cº40ý17ot'3 W.M/tIi 4 .o Simple and Strong, they Cannot to Wrong. sopnlcht ins great thlg Ina seig machulnte,-epecally wheo you lire in the country aon hare 0·qz It yourselt. WART) O1RS Machines have fewecr parts than· mayotber-nothing to get out of oncr. Podnr cheop-r than others We pay reight to your ti oton -gurantee rveryoodchinr-and let you have it on eaev t-rni% Write tor illtutrated (toaluo.-post Machrlor of all tooLc· reprired, Needtlesand Porte outrtpliefor Ony Machine. 36.38 ERROL STREET, NORTH MELBOURNE. PO1 IULAND AGEVT C1IAJULKES FRENCH PEDIC POMAIjE cr ihe fed Bot erý$ ..telkro infu·e Vermin dead. Owelns Z yle~ti:n diitr: a head vermin, kill, nite, heals sar*s, It rel ringn:rm, make, the hair Frien"! C.:w thick nI ttrrng Friend :al/,ae/-, 2:tra Large 3/6, Ir;t Comk 61, more. sells l'elic." -7 4l~si i: j rjý9~ie%ýv SPE IGALJSTS . COlrSULTU'IG OPTICICANS GEELONG M'trrs oI 'c -`cc Vision GIasses >n. Wiill relieve Eye Strain, Headache and N...

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

"EVJbrD 10 DA]E. , Mlals!or the asidermentioned oflcee close at Portland:as follow: Places. I Alrlrt |lc.?C .'-II _ _ -- .C 1 A1sil 11 . 5t5 t..L5 L ItE ' I '. Its 7.o 10 'O 7 s ILS 1.it I - rllast ... 17.1( n ?so ..( s 7.10 ?m ?,?o ' a e ". o elsut olss . . 7. Jr.. I 7.Lan 7Lo M C.le 1"1.?;i-? t?s 9 n. v n, t? cc 10( lh, y "n I'. (`ocf h|). (10 ). . | a 1". Codc igtrn .l 9 I). . 9 mo S 1 a so CnlcrlsiseC ... - 7, i 0 a', ? 7Cm . m " 0 tm Coasl.al .. 7s .10 I n .10 T mD ^.30 a n7 . 0 a no 7.01 oa n: Lasrt co' ..s - 7.O . 7.r n. Drik D ik .. -." 7' . ... .7 n. Eaglib lall,W ?-I . / - ' . days,7.60 a.m. Gore . . .. . . 0 . to, 5 sn:? . Hamilton ... l. tOamo 7,lt ?nm .0o l l an m .ti Pm le3ywcod* .. 7 .? 7, sW 0 7.L10 om 7.t1 a m 7.tO ams 7.10 am Lo entLbruch ... . 7.1co m 7.(' o m L CBridgtlwater .. 9 m ' a om Lyos ..e... 7 a ,n . iO ". MSellourm . - 7 ro am 7.0 s 7 10 rmo 7.10 rs 7.3? am .6a ms Pecrino .. ... 7.00 a 7.10 ol 7.,0 am 7.50 am 7.0 som 7.LL a. om Milltonw . }. 7.50. am 7....

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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 March 1914

hLW ObIAC RA1L6 The rew pott,)l tatree, it eluding the pln oy poutoge Ion leullt I, cln?e In force on May let. 'J'Th rtduced sraee are as follow: TI]ROUOHOUT COihI51ON'WEALTI AND PAI.UPA. Letter ld ,pel tz. Lette atds,sieglt,ld eoc Do. ri ply ,1d. each ihalf. I'(ticardl,elngl t ,ld. each Do. rtply, Id. exeh thl. Printed papers Old .per 2 o. Botoks, pinjilli- t ti' ALn7tLtli,, Co per 8zc; n Austrolia Old .per 8 cz. blaraztn es-}'ritlted inl Australia, Old. per 8 tz.; printed outside Australia, Old. per 4 or. "Hansard," Old. per 12 oc. Commercial papers patterns, eamples and merchnardte. Id. per 2 o,. OVERSEA DOi)I)NIONSS Letters from the Ctnnmcurnwealth to the Unlited Kit.gd to, oversen dominiono, British colo nies and protectocatle except the New Hebrides, Id. per t rz. NEW ZEALAND AND 'J lIE SLANDS. 'IThe ra:cs to New Zealand, Figi aund British Sout met' Islatldtd art :- Let ld j on P'o aids ogle ld. D rep Id.ea. Le or ingl , d. Do reply ,ld .etch hal Magazinee Id. 8 iz., additiona...

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Our Cable Service London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 March 1914

Our Ca1ie SBIvIGu (REUTER'S TELEGRAMI.) London, Wednesday. A suffiagette, in male attire, wlI, was arrested in the lobby of the H o1Me of Commons, was sentenced to six weeks' imprisonment. Site said it lh1: been her intention to thrash Mr. As quith or Mr. M'Kenna." Pikns. Monday. Madame CaillAux, wife of the present FinanceMinister and formerly Premier, fired several shots and wounded NM. Calmetta, editor of "Le Figiro " It is supposed that she was incensed at the paper's attacks on her husband's policy. M. Calmneto succumbed a few hours later. As M. Calmette fell he said, "I only did my duty." It is reported that M. Caillaux has resigned. He visited the police station to see his wife. A mob outside rufhed him, shouting *Down with the assassin." Crowds during the evening promenaded the boulevards, shoutine,"Down with Caillaux."France is seething with excitement. Premier D)onmerge has conferred with Presi dent Poincaire with reference to tlh proposed resignation frotm the Cabinet. LO...

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The Queensland Jumping Ground. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 March 1914

The Queensland Jumping Cround. "Uold btorage," an English publica tion devo'cd to the meat trade, makes the following somewhat ambiguous re. ference to the operations of the Ameri can Meat Trust in Australia:- Barely a year ago, when the public's nerves were felt to be ready for another shock as to the insidious encroachment of the American Meat Trust's opera tiodis "o iuternatidni food industry, a great floulish of trtimpets was heard from the Antipodes in the name of the Australian and New Zealand Govern ments which, we were led to believe were going to be the the firm rampart against 'Irust aggression:. " The mes sages from Mllinisters' mouths, freely cab'ed to the ends of the earth, sound ed, eo confess, of the who-dare-tread. on-the-tail of-my-csat order, and the sequel has come quie? as soon as might have been expected. We refer in the latter case to Swift's Townsville and other purchases in Queensland, follow ing upon their entreunchmmet. It would seem that there are at least...

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Australian Women's National League. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 March 1914

Australian Women's National League. A social to commemoirate the tenth anniversary of the AA.WV.N. League was' held on Wednesday evening, the 11th inst., in the Library Hall, when there was t very good attendance, considering other attractions and the iUnertainty of the weather. The stage was prettily decorated with pot plants, and the League colors --primrose and purple. Addresses were given by the Prcsi dent (Miss Clarke), and His Worship the Mayor (COr. Williamson), the even ing being interspersed with songs by Mrs. Main, Misses Allen, Tulloh, andl Jones. A guessing competition, consisting of names of members of Parliament ill both Houses, was amusing as well as instructive. There was a large number of visito's present, and messages were read from Mrs. Hughes, Mr. A. S Rodgers, M.F., and Mr. IL J. M. Campbell, M L A. The president, in explaining the ob ject of the gathering, said she was glad to see so many present, visitors its well is members, to celebrate the tenth birthday of...

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WALLACEDALE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 March 1914

WALLACEDALE NORTH. (From our corresponden'. A meeting of'tho local ech|ol coin mnittee eas held on Saturday evening, 14th, for the purpose of electing ollice bearers. The following gentlemen were duly elected:-Messrs. J. H. Orombhi. (President), D. Lyons (correspondent), and WV. Millard treasurer. The Dis rict Inspector, Mr. G. :E. Parker, visited and was favorably im pressed with the working of the school in general; also with the good work doue by the former committee. No doubt the new committen will prove themselves to be quite as ellicient, if not more so, than their . predecessors, Very hot, dry weather has been ex porienced here until Tuesday last when is. terminated with a very heavy thunderstorm, intermixed with large hail stones, which caused some little excitement by breaking some windows. The inclement sta:e cnutinued until Thursday, the whole downfall register ing 255.r points. M : J. G. M Icsiittv, member for Jika .Jika i?: the Legislative Assembhy, has decided to retir...

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SOME EARLY RECOLLECTIONS. "Hold fast to the traditions." [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 March 1914

SOME EARLY RECOLLECTIONS. (DY HIsTOnICUs." " Hold fast to the traditions." The m6vement that is now being made to erect a memorial in order to preserve the name and character of the early founder of Portland should meet with general approval, and more so to the feelings of the pioneering com munity. This unde-taking is proof that those who landed at Portland and determined at all hazards to develop the resources of the district with cash and courage are not to be forgotten at this hour. The object in view to per petuate the memory of the earliest practical settler is worthy of public gratitude. Associated with these pro ceedings should be unfolded somes interesting particulars incidental to early settlement, that the present generation should have some conception of what had to be encountered by our predecessors. While" dwelling upon the subject of early reminiscences, the publication of a few crude facts may not be devoid of interest to the general reader. It is acknowledged that t...

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ORCHARD PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 March 1914

OR H R) PESTS.' M'r. W. 11. i'a ,.yti,. sthe fijrw b ig ad.ia for iter ui tc tof -eltr. ? ~+.:- ior funl s i li.e a s.. . ? pra aly w.ms wrtth thd.*ux uinifibrii, " ing i e '6 4 40 forlul I, th it, is 60l)4 lihlu's!one, 4 b ?i is i ne anld 40gas w.aiir.: Fr chewing i.uects uellh ias cod in imloth eiverpillus, uae Ir.-entLU0 of 1 lad I l1 lii 25)1s wati.tr. For wiu a y aphfl andl sca'e :.t+ects. use art n I )pray )r llh, tiier trers ar iluranI, 'it rat, gLg u of I gral -ed oil to. 15-,Is ofE rwiat r. If uraig ,i dormsa t pel ich trees','ilt i Is - t 0 L, ! ? t a sr art 1111 l, i il to 20 tu1 vwaliar As a O'.a i . -,pray' i.r tphllitde': duiri ? tfuher 5saoutr, r, hae rali -'d tll( Os- i lf til rl.alowia. f,.rtntii.--I .1, viz; lah ini bacci,, 11i sirEf .,p 'i t vrLy ?,: i wataer. liisrlve .ar p hly I!ialihig, but sever toil iliactro 'lT'hi lhit ii) ii a bag and a 'ow it t,a roakL in .caslbk if waar'er d sys or weeks I efurce u iin i so as to obtain, al its srra,tliat h. A 'ginil 'iti...

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THE OUTER PORTS. PORTLAND'S AREA OF INFLUENCE [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 March 1914

THE OUTER PORT8. PtRTLA*D'S AREAOF INFLUENCE (From the "Age." According to a statement issued yes terday from the Public Works depart nent, good progress is being maintained in the port improuement works at Port. land, Warruambool and Port Fairy, the complete scheme for which involve' a total expenditure of £362,000, made ul. as follows:--Portland, £266,000; Warrnambool, £91,000; Port Fairy, £3000. At Portland the contractor is making progress with the extension of the pier, and as a preliminary to the construction of a breakwater from Battery Point, negotiations have been ctmnpleted for the purchase of land for quarrying the stone required, and tend. ors will shortly be invited for clearing the land. An area embracing about one-third of the State is estimated by the Go vernment to be so situated as to regard Portland as its natural port of the future. "This area comprises' the coun ties of Ripon, Villierb, Normanhy, Dundas, Follett, Lowan, Borung, Mil Iwa, Weeab and Ka-karooc. The ...

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

IIONESTLY RECOMMENDEID. "To anyone suffer ng from diarrhoea I call reecommend Clamhberlain's Colic and Diar rhoea Remiedy as being, te most satisfactory remedy on the market," wites dMr. C. C. HIooper, Wakefield, N,Z. "I haze tried all sorts of medieines but have found nothing to equal Chamb rlain's Colic and D)iarrhacs Remedy."- Sold by Thomson, Brake and Co. CAPTAIN I'ENS'FOD and his sister went up in a balloon at Sydney on Wednesday, ascending 1000 feet. PROFESSIONAL NURSES USE CLEMENTS TONIC THEY DECLARE IT TO BE THE ONE MEDICINE THAT GIVES NEW VITALITY AND LIFE. 9 Duley Street, Perth. 24,5/12. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "As a nurse I have seen Clements Tonic dd so much good amongst my patients, it is my duty to state these facts. I have prescribed it often and in every case it soothes the patient, it gives refreshing sleep, creates a desire for food, and IT HELPS THE FOOD TO DIGEST. The patients become bright and cheerful after its use. As a health restorer I say Clements Tonic HAS NO...

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PORTLAND GENERAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 March 1914

PORTLAND CENERAL SESSIONS. A Court of General Sessions was held at Portland on Tuesday, His Honor Judge Johnstone presiding; George Grant was charged that on December 13, at Heywood, he did fe loniously break and enter the dwelling of Reginald Edward Dart and take and carry away money, purse and a hat. Mr. R. T. Silvesetr appeared for the protecution, on behalf of the Crown. Prisoner pleaded guilty. The following previous convictions were put in against prisoner:-In Sep tember, 1908, at Essendon, under the name of Joseph McGrath, three months' imprisonment for having no lawful. means of suppore. At Beechworth, on March 3, 1909, under the name of Joseph Mcrath, nine months' im prisonment for receiving stolen pro perty. At neechworth, in 1911, under the name of George Wilson, two years and three months' imprisonment for being in possession of stolen property. Prisoner admitted these convictions and handed to His Honor a written statement, wherein he stated that he went to Dart's place...

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

SUNDAY, MAlI{(il :~!ul. 'The Rte.. W'. J. l'ow ne will prtech in the morning nod the Rlev. Cunom 4?nrminelael in the evening. Baptist Church. P.STOIt II. BOUL'I'ER Conducts both services on Sund.y. W 'UANTI'ED moi, l,, (IERn;RAL; 'ni, wunliing. , plply ri:. ,I: ck'in. I 'ercy .street, alrtand. F Olt SALE, it cntre-hard Fishing Itoult, lft lon1 , sails and nourings. .Aply .lnies I ill, iSiitli Portllnd. SSj'I , eas.td Clheque £1 Satturday l(ay.meent tstopped.. 1) ID'T. four Furnished lrooms. Suit S n 'ti rklel Oi pier. TeO i ll Ioniidenrte. Ahipply I his ,ithic,. W AN'IED, Bulhlk Teams for Log I ulinig, at once. Apply G. II. -rice, Mlitllown. ANTED--Supp1ly It Charelc -will tak, bO bags. Apply, \. u\\ lpllte. W AN'T'Dl)-A positin as Nirseryv Cot. vern as. State Scl0(1 sulbjects. It ferenc, if reluired. Apply "Observer" ollici. lýO II, ie house, Ilhom.ns, U.G. took, . I nres land, guxl poIlitin. F. Mar shall & Co., Land Agents. IF you want a llousehhld or god Sep, rztor intteu...

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

W. HEMER 8 . .. COACHBUILDER, Generai.Bla,?ksmlth,Wheelwright & Hors.ejihoer" ' . PERO'c STREET, POrTLAND. 1tTf . b?,g to. the:' his eurnorouo patrons for their liberal ?n port in ti;. VY an f t, n',tify teen a I e'ec p e'lia .;aurally that it will hisostant aim io? It lr aoilB? I:"by. do. uniformly good work. N. e?, n:l:r?;nd:?hi4, Baggles always on Hand. ,anamithing ,Done, and all kinds of Agricultural.Implementa Repaired Oareful attuntion given to the tyreoing of wheels. Estlm?tes g!ven for all repatrs, if required. 'arso-Shooing Strictly Attended t). l', in ,if ll ,iesriptions Repaird', i'aintod and renewed. Plough Repaired tIado Lightest draught. . TW HOWELL. ST. u u?LSn1:D 1878. dIsu ies)r ti Mr D. Beat Soula3r nw a MiIonumenta Carver, 2 thsnn and Egmiton. JOdB t`LTINTNQ AT 1ELBOURME PRICES. G 0 with he tida, or foande being the I law of ; r.l, v1t finling that a good a0 of wLck is sat1fcln ci dtltriob b 1ne,w haveprocuroed Tf-I BEST iTXCLIENF IN THE are now propared t...

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Borough Council WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 March 1914

Borough Council ?VWnNs?sAiv, Mai?AC 18. Present--The Mayor (Cr. William son), Crs. Woods, Hanlon, Smith, Mil leir, Wyatt, Couch and Davis. Colt ItESPON)t?mCC. Fr-om A. C. lRoss, secretary Morino ilace Club, asking the Council to with draw its objection to the train being delayed an hour on Easter' Monday. Cr. Smith 'said it was will to be on good terms with one's neighbours, and accordingly moved that the request he grranted.--Seconded by Cr. Hanlon and supported by Crs. Wyatt and Davis. The Mayor opposed the motion on the ground that the holding-up of the train causedl great inconvenience to the travelling public and others. tIe also said it was inconsistent to lodge an ob jection wsith the Railway department to trains being delayed and then give way whenever they were asked to do so.-The motion was lost on the cast ing vote of the Mayor. ' From Portlandl Butter ?fetory Co., again asking that a road ,be made to the factory before the winter sets in. To be done'as soon as possible. ...

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TONKIN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 19 March 1914

TON.KIN RELIE?r FUNs.-W-O lhave received the following additional sub scriptions to thoe abovenamed fund: B, 10/; ,. II. P., (;/. UNFAMILIAR FLA..--At the Sydney St. Patrick's 1Day sports on Saturday Ia 'flag of nnfamilinr appearance was broken for the first time. It was the green flag of Ireland, with the harp of Erin in the middle, but occupying one quarter was the Union Jack. Arch bishop Kelly referred to the flag, in the coarse of, a short address. I t had three fundamental points, he smlid, first the flag would stand for religion (wvlhatever religion a mai pleased). Secondly, it would :stand for liberty; liberty of conscience, liberty of voting, liberty of education. Thirdly, it would stand for law. (Cheers.) lie was glad they liked that. Ho was afranid they would not. (Laughter.) Not tha they were unlawful, but somehow they had always had bad laws, and there was a bad tradition connected with the word. Somehow, too, they had bad judges, and there was no harm in every Irishman ...

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

fostal ,Arrs~aziirtic BEVIhED IO DAIe. MIadslor the undermeationedofices cloe at 1'ortlaad as follow: . ~ ~ i. j. Places. a ' 0' d. Abtllt Lnd A "a luid .1 f. a .?.( a.m 1.0 a m XI 71 a in .t ? .X.I - allailt *t . ... '. 7(7 i 7.t1 am X7.0 am '.!0 am n 7.71 n Iltitr e h .. .* - p - " I I .t Idseil.ne --71 0am 7.0? " 7.g mn7.rO i .Etm in • stoeIcn ... -7. t 0m .t Usm 7.0 a m'7..0 a n l7. Zn. (ape lI;idi55t4X - 9 DI .u , St m r(spe be~llen .. mrt. Dcrib ]rid. .... 7.tI| . 8.17 aD.m[ Ccdringtfn .i 9- | m I 9 m .00m Colcaine ... 7- 7.0 I .10 am 7.50 a i.17C.0 am 7.10 am (oadah ... -. 7.10 a I 7.70 ami 1.50 am 7,00am 7.70 DXXu 1Kartmcor .. - 7.0 a m 7.50 am orik Drik .. ... 7.~O~- .m .-0- I. m SEngliEh Mail,% cdttB* days, 7.50 a.m. Gorse .- 8.50 am 800am Elamilton ... -.10 7 Inm 7.0 am 7.r0 am 7.50oamj 0.0 aEm ( a Eleywood .. ... 7.10 m 7.0s m 7.0am 7. 00a m 7s.0 ams Bentbruck... ... 7.70 a1 .50 am1 LCBridgeL ter -I . 9cm - " am Lysons . .. . | I a 7 a t." a m oelLtournt . 75 Oam 7.E0am ...

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