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

St. Steohen's S'IJUN1AY. 1i'rn APRTIL. : anon C:n'michnl will preach in tihe nom-ling, 2and the licv.3J. HI. Dew 2iuit, of Stwell, il the e(venliug. Baptist Church. SUINDAY NEX''T. Sipply. 1iOR SAL.E--.Clentlre-lird lI1,l " l'.mL,' I _. 211 feel; al-o th1e ,2ell-knownl2 I'2tny riulpect. lMut he cdi (Icheanll) F. Mar .ah~all and C'o. Land Agen t, lBentinek street. " W ANTED, WVaitlir's -'l l.r lianquet oa 110th pril. Apply ihuiediath'ly te T. E . r. H __.hnry. IW IANI'TEDL , dIywork illI WIaishig. Clcnliling, ,c. Apply F. Fletcher, 'ercy ltl'et, 'l2ppo.ite St. Stelpllen'. UIINISI.IlID I louse to letl; thiree Ilinl utes. flroll il rniiway shlion. Wynllto Ill Syou wiint 11o Hlllouehold r goodl Sepa nator inteview W. Hnilerl, loeal sgen for the lialtic l'a(sh )Dairy .11a1cha ery Co, _ _ _ IISS B. TAIT, A L.C.M., L.L.C M., 1.12 givle inlt22u2Ctioli 22 n thie l'inlli) ill Portilaud ,lholl .ullhenicnllt induce *112n2t Offer. itclunilig pupil1 khilld leIave wclrd at the "'()).clrvcr" ltlicc...

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

.b7oW. HEMERS. G r COACHBUILDER, General Blacksmith, Wheelwright & Horseahoe r PEROCY STREET, POPTLAND. ST . bos to t khr'c his numerous patrons for their liberal no portln tha a. I t 3ntisatify thern a i ths pobhlia pssrolly that it brillriai outant air m ,. oin bh rir ooi] ln ce by do. uniformly good work. Naw an Saoond-hald Buggles always on Hand. uonsmithing Done, and all k;nds of Agricultural Implementa Repaired OCreful attontion given to the tyrolng of wheels. Estimates given for all repairs, if required. HErao-Shooing pStr~ctly Attondod. t~. Isggie of all dnesriptions Ropairod, k'ainted and renewed. Plough Repaired Ilade Lightest draught. w- HOWELL. T. ALIS.rtl?oD 1878. . I?:e?sar to Mr D. Beat Sucrlpbar and iMonumenta Carver, ~ratlnd and. Hamilton. JOB %PRXS~TIN &T MEELBOURNE PR[OICES. " 0ih t ho tide, or foundlo baing the Slaw ofarade, and tialing that a good ta or w?rk ii iatritrn tih lisbriob b trne,w haveprocured THE BEST MACHINF IN THE MARKET are now pre...

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HENTY MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 April 1914

HI nTT M.iaoiAL,.-- t is now prlt.tty well certain that, in addition to the Priemier, thle Ministorial party will in elude the Minister of lands, the At toriev-Gencrial and the Mlinister of Public Works. These will be attended byseverai menibers of tihe Assembly and tle Legislative Council, besides the hleads of different departments. The duty of entertairing these guests will devolve upon tihe Bor'ough Council, throulih \hbonil the' invitaticos were isueii.l Mitters in this connection wero talkeld novert ta meetiig of tlie Council. last night,- thio Minar, taking, the o.i1 poi teinity of ascertatining the Ciounceil's wishes concernin,' a nuibeir of local rcqitreintits. ' Scrliooi HoLror'r--The Educeation D)epsrtment. has'l proclhiimedI Friday, May i, a school lioliday here, in ardi tior. to Th'irsdliiy nex't the date of the HIenty ?Mc!iorial celebiationis. RiATis.--ThI : Shiie secretaiy will attendl at Heywood on Wednesday~ May 6, for tile receiptof rates. . Tliur Wi?rtArnl m.---Al...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 April 1914

DIED. IIANNON.--On the 22nd April, 1914, at Iher residence, North Portlandl, Mary, relict of the late James Hainnol; aged 84 years. [The funerl:d will lc?e All Saints' on Friday afternoon at. 2.3. Bereavement Notice MI . and MIS. E. IEL, L desire t?" theinik D)sr. Sleeiaan aIid C(amipelal for their kind attention, anil dalso Mr. aiiil Mrs. Arthur Dusting, Mrs. IRose and other friends for acts of kindness and isym pathy during their recent sad bereave mient in the ileath of their son. THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1914

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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KING EDWARD'S TERRIER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 April 1914

KING EDWARD'S TERRIER. The favourite dog of the late Kinlg Edward-a wiro-haired fox terrier, lamcd Ciesar-which was his constant companion in leisure momenlts, died oen SaturdaLy. In the funeral procession of the King on May 20,1910, OCsar, in charge of a Highland servant, walkcd behind his master's favourite charger.

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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BAPTIST CHURCH WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 April 1914

BAPTIST CHURCH WAGES. After IL campaign extonding over six months, tihe sum of :?250,000 has been raised, out of which it is intended to provide a minimum wago for clergy men of thle Baptist denomination. Mr. Lloyd George, Chancellor of the Ex chequer, took an active part in the movement.

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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NO GAOL UNDER 21. London, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 April 1914

NO GtAOL UNDIER 21. London, April 16. The Criminal Justice Bill, introdu ced by the Home Secretary, has bceon read a second time in tile IIouse of Commons. It aims at securing that nobody under 21 years of age shall be imprisoned, but shill be treated under a combination of probation, supervision and the Borstal system. Under this instruction is given in education, field work, and handicraft. Libraries and harmless and interesting games will be provided. It will be a hallf-way house betwvecn the prison and the re formatory school.

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Our Cable Service DRUNKENNESS IN RUSSIA. St. Petersburg, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 April 1914

O1ur Caflie 8fV110 (RsTsEn'S TELEGanAI.) DRUNKENNESS IN RUSSIA, St.. Petersburg, April 17. Thile Czar of Russia's crusadelo against drinking among the peasantry of Rus s? Iahs boon well timed. According to the leading paper 96 per cent. of tho boys, and 5 per cent. of the girls in the schools of tho Government of Veronjsky drink intoxicating liquors. Children of tender years hlave actually been found drunk. Measures are bieing taken to stamp out alcoholism so far as children are coucerned.

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LANDLORD OF A CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 April 1914

LANDLORD OF A CITY. Sir John Ramsden, for many years a member of the House of Commons, and the owner of 150,000 acres, died at Huddersfield on Wednesday at the age of 83. To was tile sole landlord of the town of Huddersfield (popula tion 108,000), and four years ago made over his estate to his only son, who is niow 37 years of age.

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RHEUMATIC ILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 April 1914

Tho ills of the flesh that will not yield to treatmenit are fAst dwindling in number. After hearing his claim, hoe Academy of Medicino is unanimous n conmmeding the eflicacy of Dr. De ;andfort's method of curing rhumna tism, gout, sciatica, and lumbago by neans of a paraffin wax bath, heated :o 125 degrees. I.

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HEYWOOD CHRISTY MINSTRELS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 April 1914

HEYWOOD 'CHRISTY MINSTRELS. On Monday evening last the Hey. wood Christy Minstre!s visited Port land and gave an entertainment in the Free Library hall in aid of the Henty Memorial fund. There was a large audience, and the entertainment was a complete success in every way, reflect ing very great credit upon the perform ers, who, one and all, acquitted them selves exceedingly well. The programme opened with a chorus by the company, entitled 'RagtimeMelodies,'which went went a swing and put the audience in good humor, arid bhowed that the tam bous and bones were no mean exponents of their art. How many of the per formers elected to sink their identity under assumed names we cannot say, a-d therefore must take the names as they appear on the programme. Will Whittaker, one of the corner men, and one of the leading spirits of the troupe, sang, with plenty of vim and good effect, a comic entitled "She Pushed Me into the'Parlor." Jerry Jerishab followed with i pretty song, "When the Fields...

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

C('ONDAII LAND V~ALUES.-The Con:| rlal Swaump land does not appear to be dep.:ciating in value. The settlement block of 14 acres, sold by Messrs. P. Learmonllth and Co., on WVednesday, by auction, on account of Mr. W. D]cer, realised £27/12/6 per acre. Mr.. A. Jltr'ay, of Wallacedale, was the purclhaser. HONESTLY RECOMMENDED. "'o anyone stulfer eg from diarrlhoes Ican ree umend C.'hsaherlain's Cole and Diar lhoea Remiedy as being the most satisfactory iedyc on the mnarket," writes ritl C. C looper, Wakefield, N,Z. "I lhare tried all orts oif nedieiies but have found nothing to equal Cthamb rlain's Colic aud D)iarrhaca Inciedy." Sold by Thoijson, Drake and Cs. SAL ,,r Ftrrslxr uc.-Mccssrs. J. L. Wyatt and Co. autlllounce ly advertisemoents it another columtn that they, on belhalf of MIrs. ](iordan, will hold a sale of first clais furniture on Wednesday, May i. Tue. death is "oported fto:n London of Miss Hatnnah Wills, sister of William John Wills, the Australitn explorer, Who, with h...

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RECOLLECTIONS OF AN OLD COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 April 1914

: RECOLL ECTIO0NS 0 AN OLD COLONIST. (BY NESI.) Continuing my description of mallee tarming, I have now to give a descrip Lion of the next procedure after the seed bas been ploughed in. This naturally is the habrrowving. Now, to describe the stump-jumping harrows so hat those who have never seen them will have even the smallest idea of their construction is a most ditfi:ult under taking. However, I will endeavour o do seas far as lies in my power. There is no solid frame. Each set of tines works on its own bar, and every tine does its work quite independently of ts next neibghbor, and jumps over every obstacle, without in the least inter ering withl the tinse on either selde of it. Should a very large stump be met with, only the tines which come in contact with it would jump, leaving tbeir fellows to do their work on the clear ground. In fact the whole harrow s one mass of joints, each joint working quite on its owR. They have of course to be strongly made, and of the very esat mate...

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HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 23 April 1914

HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. Fat sheep.--We report a yarding of 030 good ,o prime ewes and wethers, including a larger supply of lambs than I usual (about 270). The market opened with a stroug demand at a decided im provement on last quotations, and con tinued firm with brisk competition for all lines througbout the sale, everything bring cleared except a pen or two of t merino wethers. Quotations- Cross bred wetbors, prime, 21/ to 22/; extra 23/ and 23/1; do. good, 18/11 to 20/4, do. ewes prime 19/7 to 20/3, do, good, t 17/ to 18/7; do. fair, 14/10 to 15/; Lincoln ewes, 21/4; comeback wethers, t prime, 20/9, do. good, 17/6 to 19/l;do. ewes. good 14/ to 15/I1, with tops 16/6, nmerino ewes 12/3; crossbred lambs, prime, 15/ to 17/; do good, 13/ to 14/,; with smaller 10/ to 12/7. Store sheep-About 1000 crossbred and merino ewes, with a few small pens of wethers, came to hand. These met with good demand, and were practically all sold.- Quotations-Crossbred wet here, 2 tooth, 13/; do. ewes,ful...

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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 April 1914

ftW OSTAC EATES The new posiul roles, iicluding the pietny post lit ln let ter, cme sin force on ltay 1st. The reduced *ratae are as fillow: TIIROUGIIOUT COStilOMIVEALTH1 AND P'AlUI'A. Letter id pe 41z. Leltte srds,singl,1d eec Do. replyld.ucch hell. l'cotcardi,segl t Id. each Do. reply, Id. oneh half. 'rilnted papers Old .per 2 oz. BlOoks, paintli--( ulrite Avi~lalria, Od pIer 80o;. n Australia 04d .per 8 Ez. Maenanzu es-I'rintsd in Auetrall, Old. per 8 oz.; printed outside Australia, Odd. per 4 oz. '"lantodal," OCe. per 12 z. Commercial papers patt ers, samples and merchandise. Id. per 2 iz. OVERSEA IOhIIIlONS Letters from lie Ci omi swetlth to the United Kitgdim, oversen dominions, British colonies and prieciitorates except the New Hebridee, Id. per 4 'z. NEW EEALAND AND TRIE1SLANDS . Tlhie ratca to New Zeolsnd, Figi and British Soliiosos Iblands ore: Let Id wo. l'o pids ngle ld. D rep Id.ea Le ar · ingl I d. Do reply ,1d etinch bal bllgozities 1d. 8 so , sddltional 4 o 04d. Book...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 April 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHBONE BUREAU. Ihe illsing is a liet of telephloneetati and lchaiigcs:- hiarne Fi. 3mins. Additional ofljTown Conversation. 3mins. llranxllholmne 84d 6d Alyaduk le 9d Cope Felson 2d 2d Cavendiah is 9J 'Caaterton via Blranolxholno l ld I?unterton via liHamiiilton Is 4d is soleraino Is 4d is Londahl 6d d14 Crosole; Is ld Denlnngton 1J 9d Digby, via BranxloIne la Is d Dunkeld is 9d Glcnthompson is 4d ls flawkesdele, ls, 9d Hamiltion Is 9d IHcywood 2d 2d Kentbruck ld id Kirksltall Is 9d Koroit le 9d Lake Bola sla 10 1 2d lacurllhur sla 44 las :.lerino, via Uran.lholrre is 9d lMerino, via liramilton . ls 4d Is .1iinint Olaibier is 9d Mloyne Falls Ic, Sd Nlyarnyin 6d 5d Narrawong .d 2 2d Neulson d 6d Penal,urst sla. d Part Fairy 8d 6d Port McDIonne is 4d is HipponhurLt Is l d Tyrendarra Sd ld Y:onhuk . 6d ld *Vallacedl 8d 6d \Varrnamibool Is 9d Wieliff Is 10d Is 2 Woola~thorlpeo Is ad Fee for mescenger call, any person dind within one mile--Sd. "Note.--Branxholno cloaes from ...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 April 1914

CENERAL NEWS. Dean Parklyn, who resignedt his position :at Christ Clhurch, Blllar~nt. tnd is returning to Engliand, will be given a public fat'ewell at Ballat'a6 to. mnorrow. The Dean will Ie presented with a purse of sovereigns-.and an illustratcd address. Mn'lurIo.-lA setries of unfortuimate expericnces happened tlast week it the residenee of IMr. Thomas Cook, an cr ployco of Yloulllnmali lros., Ardgallrton, Girassdale. Shortly after Mir. Cook had left hlorio for liis .Worle hIis little irtl cwas seized withtl a fit, and his wife, greatly distressed, isent her boy, aged about eight years, on a pony to inforni the fathler. The pony bolted and gal loped into Ia wire fence, breaking its back and throwintg the lad lieavily. Both chlildren' have now recovered, but th". pony lhad to be destroyed. SWEARS BY IT. "My little ,randchlill Olive was attacked with jrotnclitls and nothling I tried dild hlier any good," says.Mrs. E. IHeatdifein, If8 Tas: san, Street, NeTwton, N Z. "Hevinig seen C...

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Market Report The Australian, Mercantile, Land and Finance Company Ltd. report. April 23. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 April 1914

Market IReport The Australian, Mercantile, Lannd and Finance Company Ltd. report. April 23. Sheepskins-- Luarge supplies were submittedl ant this week's auctions. Buy ers were well represented, anlld thile market advanced .1d on all well grown lines, whilst shdrter lengths wele in sellers favor. Hides-Extra largo catalogues were brought forward at auction this week. The market showed weakness on all weights to the oextent of a jd to -d per lb on last rates. Tillow-Large supplies were offered tifs week, anld buyere in full attend ance. Competition was restricted, and badly rendered lines showed a daelinue of 10/ to 15/ a ton. For good colors no alteration \Wasshown." ' : .....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 April 1914

II IllN fi· tll 1? . ir ?:,iii?- L, e a?. m n, y f u, is but ? I i~i kni. cc,?,.gh." niy My. Albert ii. CL.olemna, "Clartumbii." MJ;.llM r ;ii tlA, IlJI Sticth liil';,N. \V. 'l'Thei I gave hi ham. uerlain LCogh titemuly m.in f ar ii few iui-s otiuttiluho had grtitlv im .tived. re I.J ,re w Itlllo wivn l hitlllti I ihitl II ?,t'e hi +oflail hnl coIm lete y a I o w ii. I. iIt in i owr iw r, is l hii, wetllirn ga-i.ng trTght -451." 51hl lIy Thnisis, lWa. amd (,. Unrivaflccl 1Vire It jays to haavs a egr?i ft:rsc. A rtd a better fence of Nvptune GCalvanized Wire costs yol no imore than, a poor one of ordinary wire that snaps in ?li'inlter ridi slgs inl Sullnicr Wh:1a ite uiiin Seitinie ll.ack Wire it cost' n ,l~ nr htilf thnt you pay for oldinlary nlpck "W+,tr'-m!tl-ngth ful strengthl]. a ieiu(r- t~rrly( a nrno atrcyl. S sk- YiaiI Sll.rekper fe r a plrtlclar. of rqi,tus, Wite o ii hIe doin' t stctk It write to OFRRIS & 1I;IEEKS 37I).2 Litle Collin, Street. Melbourne V0 '4 2 t 0/'...

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HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 27 April 1914

I!AM1LTCH STC(K REPORT. V~aL she-p.- .We e'm t . var hine 2 930 gail ii prime ewes and wethcr', I -u.1 ( hlut 270) The sI ket opened with a s ro7g ilemaRn.d at a decidrd im pr.aviniit iit olast tq1utatotations, and coni tien-i l ii ii wiih 1. -k cau,-ijijon fir , i'w cle-rel excipt a pen or two of znuint, oIi,'. -thir-. (Q sottiouns- Cross rined a" 1) o a, p.irLne, 21/ io 22/: cxtria 93/ xii 23'l; ii "ad 1K/I I ' 20/I, 14to.e ll$/iiI l- 1 10 i ..io3 o o JionO'ri )O/'J hI11: ''icimI k l i.h-r/, en gutOid 1 in 13/1. sith uros ' 1/6, un roiln wea 1 /.: crossbred IharnlE, 'uIth xiii ler 10/ 10 10/7. S urit sheep-About.1000 crosabred . nd useritinu Lwe, aitl a fws small pensIICI -gf wiilbera. cxnite to Ih antI T'1li-rsi ,uOt wilhi g il;dtnuriidnl, &iid were practically aII d. sd Qi i in *r-t'riu.. luseri-il we hiara 2 iii ih, 1.1/ dii w--a, fu;Irnmu' I. Slast. Li liar ilnaIlyl, lOS ti 1(/9; i-m-ic a-', a ilI oild ci-usli.-al, d -on II, in lobh tI, 1.iie !uI, 1/9 10to 34/. mi -in'...

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