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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 March 1914

h?W OSIAC RAILS The new postal rates, inclading thi penny postage on letters, e:nlu in force on May lot. The reduce ,.rates art as follow: TUIROUGBOUT. CO3IIIUN WEALTB AiD) PAHUPA. Letter Id ,ple ?. Lette ards,sing ,ld cea Do. reply ,ld. each half. Poaicards, stngl t ,1d. eant Do. reply, Id. each half. Printed papers 0.d .per 2 oz. Books, ptirice--a u.ii'e Awela lia, 0 per 8'oz;. n Australia Old .per 3 en. lMasazln es--Printed ii Australia, 0d., per 8 oz.; printed outside Australia, Old. per 4 oz. "Hansard," otId. per 12 oz. Conlmercial papers patterns, samples and merel.a:dlse, Id. pi r 2 oz. O'VEBSEA DOlilNIONS Letters from the Conmnonuealth to the United Kingdt m, oversee dtmitnions, British coloiaes and protertorates except the New Hebrides, Id. per J (z. NEW ZEALAND AND TBIEISLANDS. The ra:ea to New Zealand, Figi and British Sol mao lablnds ars: Let -]d oz. P'o aods vgle Md. D rep Jd.ca Le or ingl I d. Do reply ,ld .each hal Magazines Id. 8 (a., additional-4 o Old. Boc.k, Id. 4...

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WHOLESALE MURDER. BERLIN, 24th March. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 March 1914

WHOLESALE MURDER. B]nLIN, 24th March. Karl Hopf, who on 18th January last was found giulty of wholesale murder and was sentenced to death, was executed this mornihg. Hopf, who was formerly the, world's foils champion, was charged with having by means of arsenic poisoned his father, his first wife and two children, and with having attempted to murder his mother and his second and third wives. Remarkable evidence was given at the trial. A search in his house revoaled a quantity of cyanide of potassium, arsenic and cultures of typhus and cholera bacilli. It was stated that by a simple trick Hopf had obtained cul tures of cholera, typhus, anthrax and glanders from the official bacteriological institute at Vienna; The bodies of his victims were exhumed, and in each instance sBraces of arsenio were found) The life of each of Hopf's successive wives was heavily insured, that of the third being £4000.

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Law About Thistles. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 March 1914

Law About Thistles. Under the law Eof Victoria the Go vernor in Council has power, by merely ordering the issue of a procla mnation, to declareto any plant to be a thistle, and for the purposes of the Thistle Act, and once the proclama tion is published, that plant becomes a thistle for tlht purpose. Among other plants so treated are the star and saffrod thistles. A prosecution init iatcd by the inspector of the Kowree Shire in the Edenhopo Court of Petty Sessions against Mecssrs. Wettenhall Bros., for allowing star thistlcs to grow on their Lake Wallace Estate, on Monday came before Mr. Justice A'Beckett in the Practice Court for judgment in an order nisi to review. At the Edenhope Court of Petty Ses sions objection was taken that the proclamation made in 1892 had not been placed before te Court, but the magistrates were satisfied to act on their knowledge that these thistles were prohibited, and fined the defend ants the minimum penalty--£5. An order nisi to review was obtained, o...

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

THEY SAY That a novel way of catching fish has been discovered at tLe new pier. Rock has occasionally to be blasted away, and after an explosion dead or stunned fish rise to the surface. On Tuesday a fine haul of yellow-tail was made in this way. That a bee journal states that a bee un!aden will fly 40 miles an bour, but one coming homel aden does not travel faster than 12 miles an hour. Somehow reminds us of some people not in the bee line. That a letter in the "Spectator" de-: plores the growing apathy in the.Lib oral ranks, and says, "There are large graziers who spend most of. their time in their own motor cars, and leave the work of organising to the man of mo derate means." The writer signs him self "Hopeful." That Hopeful's experience is not sin. gular. For what purpose is the man of noderate means agitating? He wants to net a motor car too, and become one of the lotus eaters. That "Hopeful" says some of the farmers contribute willingly, but others it is hard to get a bob out...

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Cycling. [Contributed by the Dunlop Tire Company of Australasia]. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 March 1914

Cy cling. [Conttrihued by the Dunlop Tire Com pony of Australasia]" The disclosures made in connection with a Civil Action recently heard in the County Cour', Melbourne, will cause a considerable amount of uneasi ness in motoring circles, particularly where paid drivers are employed. One of the parties to, the action wlen asked if lie had any understanding with a chaffdur in reference to secret commis sion being pail on repairs and tyres supplied, replied, "If I did it is done by others. Some of the big firms pay as high as 15 per cent, to chaffeurs for their business,' and such a sta'ement will, no doubt, cause considerable mis trust amongst car owners who leave the ordering of tyres, accessories and repairs in the hands of their chaffeurs. The admission is such a cerious one that every effort should be made to prove the truth of the assertion.

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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RECOLLECTIONS OF AN OLD COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 March 1914

RECOLLECTIONS OF AN OLD COLONIST. (BY NEMo.) About the first of the Mallee rollers introduced into Victoria was one which was worked by a Mr. McKinnory from the Millicent district in South Austra li. To describe its construction would be a matter of some difficulty and un Jess you saw one, or a model, any description given in words would leave you much in doubt as to bow it was to perform its work; however, for the benefit of those who have never Eeer, one I will endeavor to describe its build as lucidly as possible. It must first of all be remembered that although the roller itself works in the thick timber the traction must all bea on the near side to permit of the animals employed in propelling it, be they bullocks-or horses, walking along and close to the unrollhd stuff. The roller itself is simply a round log of wood about 10fr. long, and about 2ft. Gin. in diameter. I have seen some longer and some shorter, but a ten foot roller worked by a fairly quick moving team will roll d...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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ORCHARD PESTS. Mr. W. H. Davey [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 March 1914

ODR H \RD PESTS. Mr. V'. H. Daley i;g ad, ic, for treCamnt of orchard ests:--lor fungus diseas:s, spray trees with Brdeaux mixture, using thet *. 4 40 fjomul t, that is GOllb blus' one, 41b bs iu e antd o?0gis wtter. Fut chewing insec:s sueh as cod in nmth caterpilltis, use ar-onate of lead lib td ~35gls watir. For wo:,lly aphis and sca'o 2iasect. use an oil spray at the time trses are dormtnt at IstIeIigh of Igal red oil to lg .is 'f water. Ii using on dormeat piet :h tre's, it is leOst to use .t trL e nct'r Ig l oil to 20gals water., A. 3a toi:aco, spray for aphides durin the sutulrer, hI advised the use of the -fullowin, fi,rmu!ns -1I D , viz; lib 'to. bvcco, lib soft, soup to every .;iil) water. 1.i-sulie soap by boiling,l bIL never loil tobaIee 'Thlis tlitiup in "t Ebg and a'1owit, to roak in cask of water days or wreks I ~fore u'ing, ? is to obtain al its strenglth. A good a?i, cr .prany, h meni ionitedl, was t he lime wa'phur wish-Sulphur 10 bs, lime 15 Ibs, +naler 5' gale. S...

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HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 March 1914

HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. Fat sheep.-We report a yardirg of of over 500 good to prime sheep, in cluding about 90 lambs. There was a fair attendance of the trade, and brisk competition throughout for all lines, eve-ything being cleared, with prime lambs, especially in the earlier sales, in strong demand. Quotations- Prime Shropshire ewef 20/ to 22/3, smaller 17/9; crossbred wethers, prime, 17/10 to 18/5; do., good, 15/6 to 17/; cross bred ewes, prime, 17/7 to 18/7; do., good, 114/8 to 16/11; good merino wet hers 13/1 to 14/ and 15/3; do., ewes, 10/ to 10/11; Shropshire lambs, prime, 15/1; crossbred do, 14/7 to 16/4; do., good 13/3 to 14/1; comeback do, 13/11 to 14/1; comeback lambs, smaller, 12/ to 13/. Store sheep.-Aboat 1000 merino and crossbred ewes and wothers and 1300 comeback, crossbred and half Shropshire lambs and weaners came to to hand. These met good competition throughout, anti mostly found pur chasers under the hammer, while the few lots passed were practically a I sold pri...

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GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 March 1914

GENERAL NEWS UsNDEIisIZE FIsu.-As the resuit of a visit paid by the police to the Hop kins river on Sunday, 15th February, twelve men were presented before Mr. E. Williams, P.M., at the Warrnam bool police court on Saturday morning, charged with having underweight fish in their possession. With tivo excep tions the men pleaded guilty to the charge, giving as their excuse that they did not know tile minimum size, In the two cases withdrawn the defendants swore that, though they were in the boat with others, the fish were not caught by thetm and they had no inter est in them. One party of four men had as many as 72 undersized fish in their pcssession, The minimun fine of £2 was imposed in each case. RICKED HIIS BACK. "I ricked my tack severely and was uin able to stand upright," writes Mr. Thus. Ii. taher, Elbden, Vie. "I had seen Chaem. berlain's Pain Balm advertised for strains, anld thoughti I would see what it would do for me. The lirastpplication gave me relief anid 1 was quite m...

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

TAKE NO OTHER. "For nine years I suflered with a liver disorder and tried numrerous medicines, ob. aining very little relief," wri'ca Miss Esther i. Co'es, Meljor's Creek, N.S.W. "After tking Chamberlain's Tablets regu'a'ly for a fortnight I found I was greatly benefited, and am now completely restareul to health. My father, who is 7), is an invalid and is troubled with constipation, but has obtained the greatast benceit front Chamberlain's Tablets. Rather than soe any other nedi eine we have often sent into Broidwood, that is twenty miles away, for Chatnberlaiu's Tablets." Sold by Thomson, Brake and Co. No revision of the Commonwealth ariff is expected this year. F. OCEST ETT, Mechanical Chimney Sweep Carpets Beaten and Re-laid. All lines job work done. Charges moderate. Tyers street. Opposite Sale Yards. Do You Want to Separate ? Save Lawyers' expense by going to RAE and SON, thle ccapest place for SEPARATORS. Second-Hand Furniture and Ezohange Mart. C; A. PITHOUSE BEOS to anusanc...

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

SUNDAY, MAuiCHt 29th. Canon Curmichael will preach morn Raog and evening. "Collections in aid of Clergy Provi. Aerut Fund. Baptist Church. PASTOR iH. BOULTER Conducts both services on Sunday. ODDFELLOWS' 1 [ALL, Rlenty street, 44n SUNDAY Evening Next, in the above hall at 7 p.in.. J. B. LEITH, Evangelist, will preach. Subject-"PEAAcE WmTi Gon." No Collection. " All heartily invited. 10 ILT. new four-ronsied house. Aip pl.y J. L. Wyatt and Co. W ANTE)D, a good CENEIAL.; 'no wasc.hing. Apply Mts. Jackman, 'ctey .treet, lP'rtlaod. TOltR SAILE, a centre - board Fishing 1 oat, 21 ft lon.i, sails and moorings. -Aptly .aInaces Pill, Sbuath Portland. OS''r, crossed Cheque £1 Saturday 1 night in Julia street to S. Tonkin. .ayllentt, stoppled. TO LE1', four Furnished RItous. Suit workleln oil pier. Teams moderate. Aigly Ihis fllice. W ANTED -A position as Nursery Co. verines. State School suhjects. lIe fcrence if required. Apply "Observer" office. - you want a Household or good Sepa Srator in...

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

W. HEMES. COACHBUILDER, Ga rieral Blacyksmtth,Wheelwright & Horseshoer PERCY STREET, POETLAND. L - .begs to thae'c his nmoerous patrons for their liberal au port In tfo oi .': a si t?,u)tify th-n a I tth p 'sli J3 4,srally that ib will his ostant aIm In their ca~niainee by do. uniformly good work. NM sini S .ad-head Boggles always on Hand. .,ansmithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repaired, Careful attention given to the tyreing of wheels. Estlmates given for all repelre, if required. .Erao-Sho0ing Striotly Attondod t9. tRnggle of all d~siriptions Rpairedl, iLainted and renewed. - Plough Repaired Made Lightest draught. wv HOWELL. ST.ABLISIED 1878. 8 ?,eesor to Mr D. Beat acalptor and iMonumenta1 Carver, Psrtlan and En milton. JOB PRIfNT N . • AT MSELBOURNE PRICES. GO with z he tide, or foundo being the law. of ralde, and finding that a 7ood ca of wCrk is sJ3t ron tit dtitricb b ncae,w' havoprocured TIIE BEST MACOI[NF IN TIlE MARKET - are now prepared to omp...

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Our Cable Service HOME RULE. London, 24th March. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 March 1914

Our CaDle S8rvice (REUTER's TELEGRAM.) HOME RULE. London, 24th March. Interest in the Ulster situation, arising chiefly out of tile refusal of certain arrly officers to serve aigainst Ulster, was con trcd in the House of Cornuonsyesterday. Mr. Bonar Law, leader of the Oppositicl, raised a debate, and demanded that the country had a right to know the terms on which Brigadier-General Gough had been reinstated. He asked the Premier to say openly whether lie had been reinstated oul the distinct understanding that lhe would not be asked to use troops to enforce Home Rule. Mr. Asquith said that in December ofli cers coniloanding had been Informed thcy might; 1e called upon to assist the civil power, and that officers domiciled in tIe area concerned might be excused. Sir Arthur Paget emphatically denied having said this was the first step in the opera lions to conquer Ulster. Sir Arthur Paget had never received instructions fromn the War Oltice to justify such a statement. It; was an undou...

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PORTLAND PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 26 March 1914

PoIrTLAN D PrICT-rEs.--These pictllures attracted a fairly good house last night and were well up to tile high standard maintained since their inception. The subjects were varied and thllre was something to meet the special tastes of most people. Thedramas were all good. The "First Prize" told a pretty story of art and love. " The Forbidden Waiy' was lmore sensational, and was followed with the closest interest to the climax. But the one that will live longest in the memory had for its title "Stone that Woman." It was i story with a moral-tlle old,. old story of false love, and the injustice of society in making the erring woman bear the whole burden, while the man, the great sinner, escapes unscathed. The introduction of pictures of this type is to be highly commnended. No sermon could be more effective. Humour was well represented in "Snob's Rendcz. yeas," "Complications" and "Hubby's Job." All these were very laughable. All the films were reeled off without ia hitch, and the musi...

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 March 1914

fostabl .rrazL~gimer~to BEVISED TO DAIE,. MltZIlorthe undermationed offices close at Portlaxd as follow:- Placc. A ,2128 iid Al. '".OiI, "n7I.to 0 0 ' to,7Oe 1 7,[Oum:5 .20 1w j 1A oh 4 'lne il .1 80 fn .17 so 17t O a m 7.t10 t m 7 . m Cil~ ueht ?n "tO .. , . .t' a " '0 r .10 am 7..1 tlrtoc n i t· t;71001 · n 811t?i e ... -. ??,m Iit O'I t?o 8m 7'i. ;' U 1lCd~h . .. -7.0a 7|tto 7.: 04 .?7O0 m ,,0,to a'n tdolt'hu ol.lt t a- I V m I I.' . m 7I t ,t-. 7 .'titti d) r ,. / 0 f .. .... o Oosle .ip t °9'"Y! " 0 ni?O m " r Us '"'g?~m l - KC I'r ... ...Tl am| . n " .lO a nl . Ccatlidglcn l. 1 n jt o tom 1 am Co nse ... 0... 1• 7,- 0 am 7.50 8 I.-00? | to 7.t m ceadorh .. 7.0 m 7.;rOOam7.fOem g.ot70 am .tO .0, m I prlmoor ... . l w7.0 am I - .,rP " 0 7.7iik 1)ik ..7.tfeo o0 I Eoplish 0latil,WedxEs dnys, .0 am. Gore* 8.500901 .. ~ to 8..5am i Bailtor i 8..0 1.OP5 m [,tO m 7.Oam 801 Onn 7.01m Ueswood .. . 7.00,0 .m 1tOl0m 7.00 a I7 fEam 01 aO m l7% 01 •enthruck ... 7.00 a m o .t a m LClBrldgewa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 March 1914

? ? w~l rac in.-epelily whe f youa b rtlle n til ounsyg t 'ry , * 4' l~i ityorseI .~ WII I? (4~r44t,4)) ISRD~~~, ~D· II~~C~~~e~~U' IL Wrste io lstrated Catalog.4R a S MRachlnes o4f a1 e -ae 4 r 1p)re e? d1 |.nd t t pliuor 7 I * $8-38 ERROL STREET, NO0RTH MELBOURNE. Ip I-.r S PORTLAND AIENT C11AR uES FRIENCII "Australians Yct," Ily GRAn T HER VEY, 'erses of Vim for Full Sized Men .and Real Australian Women. *'Grat Fer 1y,1 1 i, leadlr .no? d rdr tr vlterfatit .f .lIILli, un i .t'. Au n i IIe .Rld uh iran, H1,ot* '., g of)i \oo k' i. IIIf ,f ,a Iin . i , v e. I '· t I i r 'cti y A8lll ral.anl. Yoicea l ehensiia'iond ot t astrtnuo ,i AIm,. trat in a wily Ihu woubtlI haye d!e i hIr Ihe .heaet olf ,11i Wll. \Wiiituma.--loLd n 'Ioa k jlon, h!y.' **Jhant Hea11 y, ine of th* .rgni8a r' ad ikl:rcrorv of lllt wi... viigoou8 I'r. gl ellirel prlt)--calledli t11I i.1un1g AuItt1Lie. . vE-. mueCi.L -'AAe ian Utv ewI l. li.wu,' N.w Y'oik. Jrra , 19113. Say th ra11ts of aigcAustzait A?uinogirphled w...

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ORCHARD PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 March 1914

ORCHARD PESTS. Nr. WV. iH. attey .&mg advice for treitmitint of orchird lests:- lor funtus ditciise-s, spriny t.rees with Botdt?aux iixture, using lhe i 4 40 formul, Ithla is iOlbs bIluesiune, -1 b.est iimje ald 40gls water. F,,r chewing intctie such as cotllin IIULoth m.trpilbus, usn ursonate of lend 11i h, 2glts wail-r. F?ur woully splhs and sctlce iusicts use an oil spray ati, th litii "teest are durtnvell a, tIt stseg]l of Igt rad oil to 5l6g s of water. It usiig oin rdoNrrrto peOch treeN, it is tbet tor us at strernt.hll Ig oil to 20gals wtter. As a tobalucco spray for iplhides dturilu the summer, hie advised the ust of the fuhlowin.. frmutla-Il 5, viz; lii it. Ibtcci, 11ii sofr, so.up to every 5hul, "water. Dissolve soip by boilirng, but never boil tobauco. This this up in i afg and allow it t isouk ii cisk oft -ater days or weekls lifore uiing, sio n So obtain all its s'reingth.- A govt1 wii ser .?pray, he men.tionrl, was the lilmlf Eulphur wNlsh--Sulilihr 10 hle, lim...

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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 March 1914

NEW ISTiC IATES The ew, ponrtl trdte, it.cloding the ptenti y It ge on letter,, rcmOte in force on Hly lht. 'I'le reduced .rate aror ao fellow:-. TIROUOUl OUT' C9'IMD 1E WEALTH AMD PAPUI'A. Letter Id.pet tz. Letto artds, Segll ld eCac Do. reply ,Id. ch l l )iI. I'cl-card,, sougl t,ld. each Do. rt ply, Id. eceh Ihalf. Printed peptrs o d ,p1r 2 o2. Brlksl,, plttt C"- tou et A totlti., fl per 8:o.;: n iAustrelih Od .per 8 ez. Mnrazln es-P 'rint d te A.sltrlia, O/d. per 8 'z; printed outside Australia, 0Od. per 4 toz. "liaanrd," Odd. per 12 oz. Comnlnercil papers potterno, osaltples rand uiercladltse, 1d. p.r 2 on. S OVISE, DE??, Dt)lJ.NO.QNS Letters from theo CetrnonoCnlth to the Uuited Kitgdt.m, oversea domitliont, Britise cotlrnies ond prot, ectorate erxcept the New ]ebridee, Il. per , tz. NEW ZEALAND AN)D T}IETSLANDS. Thre r,:s to Scw Zeahltid, Figi aotd British Soltit't, ]bl;ttede?e e: Let Id 4 ot P'o ateds rgle Id. D) rep 3d. ca Le or ingl d. Do reply , ld.eseh hit! Mlgbaziete id....

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 March 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. ''Thl oll1o i inig a lisat of tolephon'aatati ,nd chargeI - " :-' hlume Fi 3mina. Additionni of'Jfown Uoovornatiom. 3minaa. 'lranxholme 84 6d lyalduk 1a Od C:ape aelson 2d 2d Cavcndish li ld ZCaatorton via Irnnxholne .la 91 (ulatertoia via lianmilton la Id i' Coloraino a Ia 4d Is Cotdbh id 5d Crosslc.e Is 9d Dinnlngton ai 9t. I)igbly, via Branxholaao is l d Djunkald Ja ld Gleutholmpsoin o 4d" in llawkesdelr la , Dd Ilamhilton " a Od I'Heywood 2d 2d Kentbruck ' Od lid Kirkstall ila l9d Koroit la 9d Lake I1ola la 10d 1 2d Macarthur is 4- la ?:larino, via Iranaxhalre la 9d blulino, via Hamnilton la 4d ]a .:liant Gambier Is ld Manyne Fallk l id lyaam)n 6d 5"i Naa?rawong 2d 2d Nelnan ld 6d Pnal.nhursat I 9d I'ort Fairy ld Sd Port Mcl)onae la 4d la IHipp, nhulrast le gd l'yreandarra Sd Sd VYmbluk 6d 5d * Wallacedal lid 6d \Warrnambool la 9d Wiakliff la IOd in 2 Waoolathorpe In Od Fee for mnaaengcr call, any peraon dind 'i lin one mile--3l. Note.--Tlranxholm e cl...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wonderful Golf. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 30 March 1914

Wonderful 'Colf. Ti iew of the I, aster Golf Tourna. mncI?wbhic h is to be held ill PIIorlltlld, aI few reCilllliiks alid hints nly le help. ful to soiic ofE thl loca" l golfeLs. \Ve taike) tile fllowhig" i.fiom •1 , 0.London magaiiine: .-'hit aLiolderfIIl gam golf is! iIort;e anld 10ore we fiild it crliingll inl1o o"l; daily liv'es, 'lrectltig out buIsies', thil haIllppliess of our wive's, our choice of a hlloib-l-avl'yt iii'g... No0 11e ha vet adilvertised a coelrl?tely· ftol l'ors 11ild .y1 5s1,e tfamiinus collrse, Ilt it Ill (colie to tllhat even twilly. Th'Ilter "is surelly IlaVcl0 gIL me"1 whic ll w1a s,0 :!i11ch1 written ahoiit, so .mnuch .tlllkidl ibtiult, or thlat 1u .lia so mOiuh II' Ioncy spcleit lpon1 it. And -certainly there aIls novel°r1 i gallie tlihat was so lluchll 0wortli it all ! " " . Mi'. jIM shall Whitllheli wHi in ill the '"Oentriy, piropoundls thle initerest. ing thleory tlhat briilss: an!d golf do It(I alssiiuilate; the inore eklvr ~you aIr'e, hl says, tile ...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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