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HOME RULE London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 April 1914

HOMJE RULE London, Friday. There are indications that the Go vernlllent :intends to pass the H1[oLe Rule B1ill ts it stand;, and tiern carry an amending bill embodying the ex clusion of Ulster for six yeats. Mr. Jas. Larkin, the Dublin strike leader, will not oppose Mr. Asquith, who. having accepted the oflice of Minister of War lids to stand I by Alection foi East Fife. The Unionists have decided not to contest- the seaut minless c'rcumstances change, .

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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War Correspondents as Spies. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 April 1914

war Uorresponaents as ; Spies. The war correspondent has fallen on evil days and in the "Nineteenth Century" bWilliam Maxwell gives the reader an inside view of the causes which have led to this depreciation. 'rho writer's personal experiences en able him to speak with authority, and be first notes that "the telegraph has nade the correspondent a menace to the army which he may have every de siro to serve." In practice he says it works out in this way: The purpose of an army being to lofeat the encemy, not to provide in teresting "copy' for newspapers, thile nomamander in the field makes it his susiness to put obstacles between the zorrespondent and the telegraph \aire. oie may disoharge his duty to his coun try ruthlessly or delicately, but the result is always the same. War breaks )ut in tile camp, and sooner or later 1ome disaffected correspondent "breaks way"" after as battle, and making al. speed to the dearest telegraph office eoyond the military control, despat :hes uncensore...

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EARLY RECOLLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 April 1914

EARLY HECOLLECTIONS. (By "'Historicus.") AVhen treating upon matters of a reminisoeno character relating to the early days of Portland some considera tion should be shown to the common whaler, whose ephere of labour often brouabt him upon the scenes of early coloninisation. That those who were engaged in the whaling industry of long ago can claim to be identified with earlieat settlement is supported by the fact that when Major Mitchell made his famous journey overland to Port land he was surprised to find a con siderable settlemen', in conjunction nith a whaling station, with all the gear and appliances at work. The life of a whaler, wherever he 'may be loI located is regarded as a rough and arduous one, and always shadowed by an element of danger. But withal, should ordinary luck follow, there was plenty of money to be won at the game. With such alluring prospects in view it was no wonder that many were tempted to try their fottunes in the service. Hobart Town was recognised as th...

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BURDENS ARE MANY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 April 1914

BURDENS ARE lMANY. Some people Jave more than their share.' Burdens of life are many. Some perple have more than their share. Pretty hard to bear the burden of a bad back. Its aches and pains make you miserable Learn the cause and remove the burden Most backache pains come front sick kidneys. Must cure the kidneys to cure :he back. Doan's Brckacheo Kidney Pills will do it. Lots of proof that tltis is so. Roead what this wtrman say: Mrs. C. Frost, 'Paler Street, Portland says:-"I have been suffering torture with my back. It was so bad at times that I could not get about to do my work. Pain ciught me when I struped over, when I etraightened up', and when i turned in bed. I slept badly and would get up in the morning feeling tired -out and lit for no ahing. I also had severe headaches and dizziness. I tried man y remedics out none of them gave me any relief until I had the good luck to get Dean's Backache Kidney i'ils at Mlartell's Pharmacy, These Pills soon improved my health, and gra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 April 1914

FUIII'lING FOR BREA'I'H. "My little boy was it martyr to had colds ,10 coughs," says 'Mrs. C). Wai-rll, Lake's :reek, RIocklhampton, Q. At times lie has beon so had that I have found him fighting for breatlh. Since I started giving him 'hamberlain's Cough Remedy I do not `orry over his COnLgh?t for I know that a i,',ple of doses will give him' immedia'o relief." Sold by ').homsom., Brake and Co. A PROI'otECY REALISE,. - Thirty years or more ago the municipal fathers of Culeraine decided to lone Whyte Street with gum trees. In due course they planted the young gums, one, of the onlookers at the time, Mr. James 1l!ay, making she remark tliat'some day the council would call tenders for grub. ileg and c'earing Whyte street. His prophetic remark has' about come trite, for at the prsent time Mr. Wm. Barnes is eng~ged in removing these Iotanical representations of the forest, --"Albion-" ALWAYS ''AKES IT. "1 always take Chlamberlnfn's Cough liemody whenever I lanve a cold, writes Mrs. A. P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 April 1914

O1jkoopouo. Blond RoING. .itv rturi ketllsttke Gonllten~: tr·l I Retain buin. oftice. W ANTED). dinywork if ,ioii~i W ' Ciouiiiig. &c. Apply F. I letcli', Jr U NI', it pitrit Level. O'i -ii runil Iinoe 0)1( ca1m0 1 in"g CoLt Ai0i- -3IL. III~flN 4114 EL) lI I.,:,e toi. i: t hue mm.ll ' It oo fron tutwiwiy ttitutn, ,,,W iLtt and CO. J (il,-'--I ii 1'ortluiimd to, I',1-' u heiath J rind . Lot Do'wn" mloi limimtlb, 'with mittuiriihuomto. Rewowrd, 14-' roiiic' If i. LET. four Furnisohed 1 i,..iu.. Suit. 1 worktn ouo 11 pier. Tel nt.:' bowdurte. Aply tIm 11fticc. you want it Hui s Iehotld or gim'd Seops.= 5 itor inltelrieW w i. Ii l latel, lol Sujon for theu Baltic I'uodh It..;y:;' flbmemui ¢ Co, __._____ ._ NOTICE. 1 A IIIJ MV, [NGii)N; 11110 "i: tlapolod of j, i Ito e i bo sh s itmtm, wN'1.tu, Lu LII iml. die pudici g tier-liy for hIe verylil ettiI sump ji'iri aorded10( him dulmrintg 1I1e' last tlhree efre , ii fln nt.t ru0p41(l fill r to 'ii i '+t 41" "tilli0cr of the si'mme fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 April 1914

:i COCHBUILDER, General Blacksmith,Wheelwright & Horseshoer " Ro O STREET, POLTLAND. •TT ili. ,b tl;"oc.tb sHuo h patrons [or thoir wilbeal ea port ,iLh;iA ad ti ss iiy tibsn ' I a1 si, .(,i.,rdtly that it -wll xis ostant aim ssi ts?r u a1it?0=e by do.. uuiformly good work. :,Nv an lS.3oaa.-haod Tlggles always on Hand. sunsmithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repaired Oareful attention given to the tyreing of wheels. Estimates given for all repairs; If required. o or?go-Shooing Strictly A.ttondod t ". thaggie ofl1 das3riptionslit pired, iainted and renewed. Plough Repaired Made Lightest draught. W HOWELL. ST.IlrLTSutD 1878. Se;i sor to Mr D. Beat ?c~,1phJ) ?fa1 VlInumenta~ Carver. oartland andz.amilton. 0JS PsIN'fflNE( i1EL3OURSNE PRICES. S:vith :;h tide, orfoaa le being the G; iiv ) ;r£al, aiilinii thata ood sa of w ir ii s It c ) n 5t ,iStroLo b t "os, w hanvoproaured T(E BEST M dlOItNi? IN THEIl "MARKET are now prepared to ompete with the 1me ropolitan p...

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RECENT LAND TRANSCATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 April 1914

RECENT LAND TRANSCATIO",? Since their lInst report Aessrs. J. I Wyatt andl Co., report the following wles: --On account of Mrs M. lBruce, allot. ment. 9 of section 15, situate in Gawler street, Mr. W A Th''omson, ofUllnmilton being the tpurchalser. O(n laccount sI Mr. Jamoes l'apley. allotment 11 of sect ioa 8n town of Portlanl, AIrs. Chrlistaina Clarke, of Edenhope, heing the Ipurchaser. 0, account of Mrs C M Partinton, part of allotment tin, of section 19, 'arisq of Myanoyn. containing 1201) acres, to MAir II J P Dusting. On account of Mr J It IlurnetIt, Lot I i and 12 of subdivision of Crown allotments 27 and 28, Portlaln Mrs Al F Youl, of Macarthur. being tihe pIurchaser. ()n account of same vendor, Lots :1 and 14 of Crown allotments 29 amS 3I), Portland, Mr If Annett, senior, senior,being' the purchaser. On account of Mr J ( Gritlin, allotment 4 of section 8., with frontage to Bentinck street, to Mr I?11 Martell. On icco:ntt of Mr. J It lurnet(, allotmentl I of section 8a, corn...

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VISITING WARSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 April 1914

VISITING WnArSHIP -lTt will be well conice news to those interested in the success of the functions to be held oi 'April 10 to hear that His Worship the Mclvor (Cr. Williamson) has received a a ie fromn Mr. Rlodgers, I.P., stalting, tlhI H.M A.S. Melbourne .will visit WeQ'tland on that date and thus n:ir.wd lan opportunity to our visitors to see one of their own warships. Muc II. WVAvoU , a nlmlcer of tilhe Victoria Rifle Association council, has been alppointed as supervising officerat the liamlilton District Iiflte Union matchles, which are to be held during Easter week. TONKra Ic.IlI:r FUND.--\ 1Ic have re ceived, per Mr. John Boyle, the follow ing additional donations to the above fund :-T. Bush, 10/; . THodgetts i/: P. McCabe, 5s/;Friend, 2/6; Friend, 2/; G. ::Siith 2/; A. 'Arkell, 1/; John Boyle, /6. 'Totial, £1/10/.f :i'Tcc f. "J. M. C CclrnrLic,, who repre senits CUletimlg in the Victoricmn 'ie'ishl tive Asscinbliv, is oc, a visit to Clirist lci'blti, sciy c s Lteo -Lvyttlet...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 April 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. SIThe ollowing isaliotof tolophonecntati and charges:- ZName Fi. 3mins. Additional oflTown Conversation, 3mins. HBranxholmo 8d 6d Iyaduk Is 9d Cape Nelson 2d 2d Cavendish Is 9d SCasterton via lBranxholma Is 91 Casterton via HInmilton la 4d la Coloraino is 4d Is Condah 6d 5d Crossle. Is 9d Donnington Lj 9d 1ligby, via Branxholme .s 9d D)unkeld is 9d Olenthempson Is 4d Is Ilawkesd? l, Isa 9d lamilton Io 9d litcywood 2d 2d Kentbrnuck Od 5d Kirkstall is 9d Kozoit Is 9d' Lake [lola is 10d 1 2d lMacarthur is 4d Is ' Morino, via 'Branxholtre Is 9d Meleino, via Hamilton ls 4d Is M1onnt Ga?bier is 9d Moyne Falls I. 9(d Mlyamn, 6d 54 Narrawong 2d 2d Nelson 8d 6d Penaslart Is 9d Port Fairy 8d 6d Port McDonne 1a 4d Is Hipponhnro Isa 9d Tyrendarra ltd Sd Yanhutk 6d id W\Vallacedal 8d 6d Warrnambool Is 9 Wichliff Is 10d s2 Woollthorpoe s 9d Fen for nmessenger call, any person dind .vishin one mile-i-d. 'Note.-Tiranxholmo closes from p.m. to Sp.m d(aily, anid on Wednesda...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 April 1914

ORSHARD PESTS. .1r. W. 11. Darey Lng ad ice for treat,.ient of orchard pests:-For fungus dienses, spray trees with Idrdeaux ,mixture, using the, 6 4-40 formula, that is GObs bluestone, 4lbs bess lime anrd 40gis water. For .cbohewing insects such as codlin nmoth caterpilla as, use arsenatu of lead 11b to '25gls water. For woolly aplhis and scale insects use an oil spray at the time trees are doranent at stretgtl of Igal .red oil to 15g.ds of water. If usingr on -~ornuat peach tre':s, it is host to usI atb trength Ig ii oil to 20gals water. As ia tobacco sprny for aphides during the summer, he adviserd the use of the followine formula-l-1 5, viz; 1lb Ito bacco), Ilb soft soap to every Ogals eater. l)issolvoe soap by boiling, but -evur boil tobacco. This this -up in a Sag and allow it to soak in cask of wlater days or weeks b(efore tiing, so as to obtain all its strength. A good win ter spray, ha mentioned, was thie lime stulphur wlsh-Sulphur 10.bs, lime 15 Ibs, water 50gals. S:ake tho...

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 April 1914

BI?VIJ?D TO DATE. Malslor the undermentioned offices close at Portlacdjas follow: Places. c S A?atut aid .Aoc?iide 7.10 a n ' .10 'nm .1.0 am 7.1o a mi7.0 1m - ellalat ... ... 7.(0 a fl 7.LC a m .Lo an 0 7 a0m 7 .it. n Ilecstce .. ... . I m n - 9pm I ' .o b c. n }Bctalolec ... 7Oam f 7 (rm 17.a m1 .fOr m 7.10cm 1 'o ,c esccdes ... . 7.0 ii 1.i c i 7.tO a0 m a 0mi 7.1C mn Clie ]l.idel tr -.. m . ,cm Crelrbehn I m (cclt( o alley 'c... Il m .. I . (Nol lh 'ctl Ld) 8.00 n I.( . a . LcUt... ..gtc -" Um 9c I ?am .50 Coleraine ... - 7.0 am 7.0 7.0m r 7,0 a i 7.L0 ct am ' Ccndail ... . 7.0m L.0 ' 7.50 am7,60am 17.50 a Dartmoor. .- 7.a m0 7.50 a m: Drik Drik .- 7.30 a m7 . 0 a m EngliEh 2lail,Wcd tE6 days, 7.50 a.m. Gorne .- *.* . 8 08am8.50 I Hamilton ... ... 7.0am 7.0 am 7,10am i7.0a n 70 ml0 7t Heywood .. . 7.50 am 7.10am 7.00m 7.0 am 7.0C am 7.50 am Ientruck... .. 7.(0 am 7.50 am L CBridgewater 9 am . Lyocs " m 700a .0GC elbourne 60 em 7.0 am 7.0 m 7..0 a .50m .om a Merino .. .60 am 7.00...

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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 April 1914

F?EW OSTAC RATES The new poihttl rates, ieclding the penny poutrage on letters, cnolu in force on May lbt. The reduced irates are as follow: THROUGHOUT COMMOU N WEALTH AND 'PAUPI' A. Letter ld per]oz. Lette ards ,ing lI ,ld cao Do. reply ,ld.eoch hall. l'oolcarde,smgl ,Id. each S)Do. riply, Id. each half. Printed papers Oid .per 2 oz. Books, priltted-c ulitte Australia., 01 ter 8:oz;. n Australia Od .per 8 oz. Magazin es-Printed in Avastralia, Old. per 8 oJz.; printed outside Australia, Old. per 4 oz. "Hansard," O8d. per 12 ot. Connmercial palpers patterns, samples and mlerchal:dise, Id. per 2 to. OVEIRSEA DUOIINI]ONS Letters from the Connmm nwentth to the United Kingdt an, overera dominions, British colonies and prot?ectorateb except the New Tlebridet, Id. petr oz. NEW ZEALAND AND '11E ISLABDS8 The rates to New Zealand, Figi and British tlotlentool landt are:-. Let ld A oz. Po aids ogle ld. D rep Id, ea Le ar ingl d. Do reply ,Id .each hal lMtgazines id. 8 t., additional 4 o O.d. B...

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Our Cable Service LONDON, 6th April. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 April 1914

our Cale 88srvice (RsvTRn's TELEGRAM.) LoNDOx, 6th Apfil. The National Rifle Association, for the first time, has decided to allow Sunday shooting at Bisley. Major Richardson, president of the North London club, explained that rilces were formerly of low power and the ranges more plentiful. While the population was smaller Sunday shooting was not necessary, but to-day tle increase in population and the disappearance of ranges had inade it difficult for workers to get out, shooting during the Ntcik. Sunday shooting was advocated us a means of improving shooting, and it would benefit the national security. CIlcAC(o, Wednesday. As a result of granting the franchise to women, twelve largo cities in twelve counties have voted in favor of pro hibition. The novemdt is spreading throughout Illinois. Prohibition has already scored heavily all through MiTn nesota. London, Wednesday. T'he "Morning Post" publishes what tare professed to be details of the Go vernmenit's intended operations in Ul...

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WALLACEDALE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 April 1914

WALLACEDALE NORTH. (From our correspondent. A meeting was held in the local hal. to consider the advisability of opening subscription lists for the unfortunate Brain family. It will be remembered that somuI time ago Mr. A. Brain, of this place, met wi".lt an accident while carting hay, and broke his leg. Mr. H. Annett convened a meeting and was voted to the chair, Mr. H. Cross was elected secretary, and a very strong committee was formed. It was decided to send out subscription lists. The long looked for school residence has been started and great credit is due to Mr. Stephens, the contractor, for the speedy manner in which the building, which wilJ add considerably to the beauty of the school, is being erected.

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HEYWOOD STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 April 1914

HEYWOOD STOCK MARKET; lesa.rs. P.'.Lennanouth and Co. re?,tt holding their utsual monthly wsle at lin wood on Vednesday April 1. •Sh?p whi?c for the most. part, were in excellent eondi. tion, consisted of forward colnditionol owes anld ?pply weanelrs. 0Good compei . tion tooki place iiglht tihroulgh and we ,, 823?? under th.leh?launoier. Some well brul ponsOif young cattle were in delmand, n; werei.also forward spllngers, and(1 we shi :S he(ad oif cattlu by 'atctionl. Quotations -Fat comeback wetihelr? 11 ; fat. erw.? bred weoth?rs 11.9/; fat crossbred, ew+v 18/8; fat lamnbs 12/ to 14/2. Store Sheet -Coleblack ewes, dry, 12 tob 1:3/; cra. bred wothers, 10/ to 15/1); cronssbred ews in lamb, to 18/6; crossbred wethellr, 2anl 4. tooth, 15/9; crossbred weanle,% 141 12/1; 12/cl to 12/6; colmebacl weane cn 11/5 to 12/1; Illmrio ewes, dry, 5 tot, betrer condlitioned 10/; merno wethero aged, 8/11: others, 111:3 to 13/; merin, elves' and wethers, fair conditio'n, 22/,;; Lincoln and Shropshir...

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Portland Hospital Tuesday, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 April 1914

Portland Hospital Tuesday, April 7. Present-Mr. J. Long (in the chair), Rev. Tait and Messrs. Wyatt, Mar shall, Bourbaud, Murphy, Miller and Woods, From M. E. Conole, tendering her resignation as probationer.-Accepted. From Union Bank, Portland, for warding cheque for £2/2 as a donation. -Received with thanks. From the Port Fairy District M.U.I.O.O.F, forwarding cheque for £2/2, as a dona'ion, and nominating 0. D. Matheson to represent the society at general meetings.-Received with thanks. From secretary Colac Hospital, that nothing was known regarding the Forrest bequest, but probably no money would be available for a long timts. A suggestion was made, however, that Mr. Johnstone, M.L.A., be written to. -Received. From Treasury, stating that £150 had been allocated to the institution. Received. From Lyne and Silvester, with re. gard to account rendered for the main tenance of John Gardiner at the rate of 30/ per week, stating that he could not aftord more than £1 a week, and was wi...

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Portland Shire Council. THURSDAY, APRIL 9. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 April 1914

Porttand Shire Council. TIUliSD .'Y, APIt', 9. COll t SPONIDENCE. lromn Dr. Haydn, Macarthur, apply. ing for six months leave of ablsence,as he, withl his finiily, wcre goirng fo'a trip'to'Englanid: Di. Ster'art. of Cod. den, would attend to public healtl during" Iis absence. 'Froml Fry ind King," applying forea sawmill' site il.t .Night's ý Waterhole, vsii Portianrd . , From Mis A. Kifig, to same effect. F, on State Rivers and W ater Sup. ply Commission, asking if the Council had .any objection to the applieation of the ]Branxholme State School Conl. mittee for a site for. swimming baths on the Arrandoovong Creek '.tFrom. C.hief Secretary's ollice, tinhat 30ith Ap?iil would be proclaimed a pub. liis liolidh3 throiugholt the Shire of Potland. . . From W. A McIntosh, hIon s(ciTc. tary i Dartmtlnoor Pl'rogress Commnlittee, I?e questing the Council to supp'ly three str eet Inlps forI Daiitmoor townslhip. I From F. H. COlie,, VWallacedule, im sk. ing explanati n and reqlesting the re.' ...

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HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 April 1914

HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. Fat shee p.--?We report a yardit,g i.f at rser 500 U od to pritse shee;l', i: elitdinig adot.t 90 Ihlnol. Thein was It fnir trf, nt'anc' 4 the tridt', oald brisk o.pvtit llt rouI(ht.ut fotr alt lines, S.erythi,.g licing cleated, with p imre )lnthie, i-p cially in the tn'R Ier enles, in strong ". inlnd. Quotations- Prime ShroFpshir,.e e cl 20/ to 22/3, smaliler 37/9; cre,racd withers, primi,n 17/10 1to JS/; do., good. 1i5/ to 17/; coss brrod ?' ", primr.. 17/7 to 1.1/7; do., g.od, .11/8 to 16/11; gotod timriao wet. hers 13/1 to,'llI and 16/:1; do, owes, 30/ to 10/ 1; ShropIlhirs Itih', p iie0, ":,/1 ; cro-shred il,), 1-1/7 t,? 16/.1; d .. ;o.,rl 13/3 to I ii COlnuil',ac'- do, 13/11 to 14/I; cliltlblick- nmi!bst, smltier, 12/ 4t. 13/. Stoio sheep.--Ablott 1000 tiitrino a?nl crossl'r'dl t;weIs ad wI!ethers andl 13)00 corneltck, 'crrosshretd andll hIlf. 1hrop lire Itiihs and wen'vt s ctanto to t9n hanrd. ''These toll . go;i C p-titiOit throu ghou', an t mostly hfu...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 April 1914

T HEYI SAY That a Royal Commission has been appointed to inquire into and report upon the working of the Victorian Closer bettlemenob Acts. That scientists of the University of Chicago announce that the earth is more rigid than steel, and cannot ex plode or.,be destroyed by fire from wi-hin itself. That the South African Govern n.ant has withdrawn the drastic Peace" Preservation Bill, and will substitute arn amendment of the law dealing with riotous assemblies. That the State of Victoria has con cluded the first nine months of i?'. financial year with a record revenue At the end of March the revenue stands at £7,173,562, which is £268,845 in advance of the sum record ed for the corresponding period of 191213. , That the Attorney-General. of South Australia has decided to adopt the i'ollart pledge system regarding first offenders brought up at the Police Court on charges of drunkenness. That Mr. R. L. ("Snowy") Baker, representing the Stadium, Sydney, has arranged with Georges Carpen...

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