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CAPE BRIDGEWATER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 May 1914

CAPE BRIDCEWATER. (From our correspondent.) The Show concert held in the Lower C4ee L3ridcewater State rchool was a prinon~ce d succees. Tile night was a; I erfe:t one, and residents froR all parts of the district attended. 'Iheseating accoommodation was taxed to tile ut roost, rrmany persons having to stand. Thie lack .f a public hall was admitted o'n ll sides, and a movement to er.iet ohe wil shortly be proceeded wiir. deeeeral performers new tee Bridgewaler aiudiences, as well as thie old favorites, ntadel thelir appearance on the platform. lThe aeiue i't'es sere well rendered. Thie accompaniments were played. by Aliss V. Jdrerett in hlrer usual capable :..i.n..er. Followig is tie programme: -Overture, Misft Jarret; sona, Mr. Gunn, encoredl: song, Miss L. Jarrett song, lr. Diekurann, encored; mando line selection, Mless's Kroschel, e-. cored; song, Mr. G. Lighltbody, encored; recitation, Mr, Skeyhell, encored; sul, Miss V. Jarrett; reettation, Mr. .lack Compton. Interval. Osertur...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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ULSTER FIFTY YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 May 1914

ULSTER FIFTY YEARS ACO. (BY NEsto.) Now that affairs in Ulster have been broughlt so prominently before the publio ken it may not LI uninteresting to seomne of your readers if I give a short description of some of tihe chief towns in that (at present) disturbed part of Ireland, I wil preface mry remarks with the information meantffr the benefit of those who know but little of the c untry, that Ireland was origin. ally called Scotlandr, and Scoiland dutirg the Roman period was c~a'led Ca!edonia, but after the evacnation of the Briti'hi Isles by their Cis-alpine and Trane-alpine invaders the name of Ireland was transferred to Scotland, and Ireland was called Ierne, or the Western Isle, which name in course of time broeme Ierneland, and aferwards (no doubt for sake of brevity) this bhe came Ireland, 'Illhe country is divided into four large province%, Ulster oc curying all the northern part, Leinster the south-eastern, Munster the sou'h whstern, and Oonnaught the western portion. Echl ...

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WALLACEDALE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 May 1914

.WALLACEDALE NORTH. (Froin oir correspondent. A very enjoyab!e evening was spent at the local hall on Thursday, taking the form of a concert in oil f the Presbyterian Church. Rev R J Bousten was in the chair. Much credit is due to the scholars of the United Sunday School, who rendered the great er part of thie program, under the direction of Miss E. Oross, whose untir ing efforts are resporsible for the able way in which these itemewererendered. I Mr. W. A. Lea rendered two songs, lhich were greeted with the applause usually elicited by his efforts Mr. F. L. Hume gave va'uable aseristance by his humnorous speech. The takings at the door amounted to £6/6/3. 'lh?e following program was rendered:-.Song 'How'd you like to be a baby eir.'l' by U.S.s. Girls; song, 'Newsboys,' S 8. Boys; song, "Old Maids of L e, U.S.S. Girls; 'solo, 'Good Company,' Mr. VW. A. Lea; Swinging song, U.S S. Girls; song, 'The tall top hat,' U.S.S. Boys; solo, 'The Christian Martyr,' Mr. W. A.Lea; Humnorous Addre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 May 1914

i 0\ LF'l, giiiii 8-riiuiieil houiiie. with ii " newctc. lanld. Eve~ry" c..veniLenc(e. - '. Mtarshal.l atnd Co.. La:nd.I AgenIt%, Ite -inck stredt. you w'ant, n Hosho?,Lh.ldl ,,r go-od S~ept ratoi" interviiw \\. IIlllenac Iicul agen fir the Itilt iic l'e.h J)sirhy Mlach'an ery Co, A Social . -V IIL be hehl in the ()dilfcllhws -hlDl en FRIDAY, the 1Jth, in nid of _Ul H;iiits' BUildinhg liuid. Qmull I,'i, LAdits Free. I'. O'Docsi:L.. Ithe. Sec. GOLF. rlVHE A:\iniil 3heetiint if the 1'6.rthn1id OGilf Clib will le lhell, ill the Free -iiry a ll ,i FlDAY, the Itith, ot 4Ij.inlsi.i IA i esectltioiiin if I'izei-. I'. (i'U)iiNNi;ILi, Ih l. See. DENTISTRY. _?r. J.J. Stanton L.D.S ;IVn ll']',ir g ,11 I .\.l~ H AS tiukei overl.,i' lr pi?reii ' iih iii i'. ]L Willh i i li .iiiii: (.'iotti'e* P dh?ce in .hil i ui're ii. ,iiiiid. ic 1iioiihe c .- i' he - s plos-tioh in conenc p~illi r netC ]liice? onl orl tw uu S?tdaiyihii', oy litiih. CADET EXAMINATIONS. lu \lll iill tul E tioi will hedi, c,.i S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 May 1914

W. HEMERS CO"0 CHBUILDER, .: Ge.a fB 1111kstnuth.Wh alwright & Horse hoer 2PEROY STREET, POLTLAN .D;' I I. b" 'h ir'?:his nam.'nrous patronc for their liberal en porttntt: t ':h s~x It n·efy~~~ n ·o 'i au or i-uii 4I Ir- Ilir tut it wYill tie oaecnt eflm ia th?ir oeil,-a 't .by o .tuniformly good work. N'4c mldSa 1li adl Biggtoe ulways on Hand. uuatmm n , and1all kinds of Agricultural Implemente Reparedd C:fra ~el cctcflon gylou to the tyroing of whools. E'tlcctnte?'"ven for all repatre, if required. E ,?ao-Shooing Strictly Attondod to. -|o ofu g ill t.arcptcosRipiire , 'gaint?td andg renewed. lougch Roepired !cado Lightest draught. :-4 V [IOWELL. ST. s lIt SED . I?e.t Sealpha- a iT 1 onumenta Carver. ,D3rth 1anat EiCUlton. AT $181800~l~ PRICES. G lLV' bb~l?-l i no~hlt lj • a o i v, s. Is i'"' ' li biob b, Ire rf,,v h'V lvive c e d TU, na ,t.,at tOr- H' IN' TE' MI.RI[iET ,rs tv prep~arel to ompoto m with the metropolitan prints on his eown terms aOLDSiMI.t &, DEYIS )...

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PIONEERS' RE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 May 1914

PrI?Orsl1S' ]E UNION.--In connection with the re-union of old Portlanders next Wednesday, in the Library ha!ll, thile .lator has ldecided to issue a gen eral invitation to all who were in Port land on odtefore 1860, and not to send out special invitations, as it is thought somtn might be overlooked. The invi tation extends to husbands and wives of tile old residents. DATm:.obiA--Acting uponi the repre sentuitionsof Mi'. A 8. ol(dgers, M.P., thie l>ostimsterGeneral's Departtment has alpproved thle establishment of a money o,-der othie at Diartmoor; to meet the ineciesed ?nceds of tlips growing locnlit < S. STmile's.--An 'i Meimoriun" ser vice will bu held in ablove church on Sun lday evening to'the lite Miss Osbourne. RstiDEN? DENTlST.-EMs r . J. J. Stan ton, L.D.S., adinounces by advertise ment tlhat hle is commencing practice ais a dentist in premi es adjoining tihe Ozone, Julia street. .BAtrr-sr Cuucmn.-T?lhe sulbject on Suni claycevening neit ab the Blaptist Church ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 May 1914

IN MEMORIAM. BROWNLAW.-In fond and loving me- mory of my dear wife, And our dear mother, Mary Ann Brownlaw, who de- parted this life on May 14, 1908. Thy gentle voice is now hushed; Thy warm true heart is still, And on thy dear and gentle brow Is resting death's cold chill. Thy hands are closed upon thy breast; We've kissed thy lovely brow, And in our aching hearts we know We miss our dear one now. Inserted by he loving husband and children.]            

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 May 1914

Fostal. rranigcmaiet BEVI6ED TO DA1 E. Mhull!or the u~dermeatiored officee close at Portland'as follow: •1i : alnal LLd Adilaide 7.0 a m 7.60 am 7.50 am 7.10 am 7 " m liarat .... ... 7.,0 a m 7.5Oam 80 am 7.0 am 7.I0 m . Isice tca .... 9 pm 9pm 9t1 7. 0 UBandl:olme - 7.60 am 7.50 am 7..0 am .0 7 .70 mm 6?[ m 7.f, L s~terto .... . 7,0 am 7.t0 aam 7.50 am.0 a70m t7.L tn C!ape Bridgewater . · a m m 97 . Cape Nelson ,. [ m Cocatoo Valley " .60 ai r . .0am (North Portlnid) I .0a Codrington -.. ·i m 9 pm pm ,700am Coleraine ... .- 7.60 am 7.50am 7.50 a . 7.50 am 7,5.0 am ,o0 sam (Sondah ... -. 7.90 am 7.0 am. 7.50 am 7.50 am 7.50 am Dartmoor . .. 7.60 am 7.o a ?n Drik Drik .. ... 7.t0am 7.50 am English M ll,Wedne -. days, 7.50 a,mi.8.0 Gorane ....50 am . 8.0 .0m Hamilton ... .- 7.9Oam 7.0m m 7.0 am .5Oa n,7.50 nm 7.50 am Heywood .. -. 7.60 am 7Oam .50 am7.60a m . 7.0 am ilentbruck ... ... 7.0. m7.500 im LC Bridgewater - 9 am am leyons rn. ... 0 am760 a m 0 7.m0 a 0 a m Jlalb ....... ... |...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 May 1914

REMEMBER WHEN YOU GET CLEIpMENTS YOU GET HEALTH 700T ! A PROFESSIONAL NURSE well known lhrouchout WVstern Auisralia, writes hier opinion. NURSE ALICE WILKI;SONI, 21 Ilyds Street, Nib. Perltb, send, his leltcr: " I have spent many years in my profession as a nurse, both here and in Victoria. I have nursed the sick of all descriptions, and some hlave been very low and weak. The question always arises in the mind of the nurse what is the best medicine for a ,satient when thoroughly run down or to keep them from gelling low and prostrated. :ruim yearsof experience and close oblserva:icn I can say I know of no meic:ne as good as CLEMENTS TONIC as a nerve food and appetising medicine, creating a desire for nourishment. It quickly gives health and strength. (Si;?ned) !NURSE W'iLrKINSOIL." AL CHEI STS, , Di.ii iei T -1L I 1).)1011 iro: lrly l leg ller~tte', Il ·Ij putt-ti bec111tu( ALL CIIEMISTS AND STORES SELL IT It pays to have a gots iecc. A.nd a better fence of NeptunC Calvonized Wire c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 May 1914

0* E WRD IN W 'Z 5 Is better than two afterwards. A chance to profit by another's exlperience It is a strange thing how peolple will put away and opportunity until too late. It's only little thiugs that go to make up our every day life; the trouble is we don't pay sufficient attention to them. Backache is a little thing. Sonltttnes it crme. after a hard day's work, or a slight cold. "'It will pLss off", you say, "it's only the result of overtaxitng the back " Is isnt't Ithe fault of your back, but your kidneys. The exertion of training has interfered with tlheir delicate nmechanisim. You call it backache, but it really is kidney ache. If the kidneys are not relieved, chrotic disorders set in, and this is where tile little thing should not be passed over. This woman has learned to appreciate what delay means: Mrs E. Walker, Lonsdale Street, IIam iltOn, says:-""F'ourteen years ago I lated that Dot's Ba3,ckachle Kidtey P'ills had cured me of kidney trouble. I have sioce seen that state...

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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 May 1914

FtW SfC.C FAl1S The new piastal rates, itelnding the peinny m6siager on leItter, came in forco on M~ly 1st. T'he reducca ,rates are as fbillow: THROUG B OUT COMM UOSNWEALTH AMD PAIJUPA. Letter Id .pe t . Lette auids,siingli d enc Do. reply ,Id. each half. I'oatcard,aelniglt,ld. each Do. reply, Id. enoli half. rritnted pIp' ras @d .pi r 2 oz. Books, p iii i'- i?i'tlei Ab.tcft liii, 04 per 8oz;. n) Australia 04d .pr 8 oz. atmazin Ps- Printeld )o Australia, Od. per 8 .z ; printed outhide Australia, OId. per 4 oz. "Hansard,"' Oad. per 12 on. Comtnnercial papers pattern», samples and nmrcLatiisdtie, id. Ipr 2 oa. OVERSEA DOMIIKNIO.S Letters fronm the Cun.ntinwealth to the United Kihngdom, tversean dominoions, Britliih cilonies and proiee~torat e except the New Hebrides, Id. ppt ,1. NEW ZEALAND AND TIlE ISLANDS. The ra:es to Nuew Zealand, Figi and British S'olo?,o blalinds Ire: Let Id o. I'o atds gle Id. D rep ld.ea Le ar ingl d. Do reply,ld .each bal Mblagoihes id. 8 oz., additional 4 o ...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 May 1914

POR/TLAND ThLEPHONE BUREAU. ih olofuing isna lit of tolcphlono;stati nd dmh rve,:- hiums Fi. 3ains. Additional oflTown Converoution, 3mins. lrauxxholme 18d 6d Ilyaduk Is 9d Calpe Yen!on 2d -d Cavcndish Is 9d CUoatorton via lBralnxholoe Is 9d GaO crton via liH milton sla 4d Is Coleraino Is 4d is Coudah Gd 5i Ci osalc.- Is 9d lD),rnington 1. 91 Digby, via BIranxholmno Is id Dlunkeld Is ld oldnthclmcpson Is 4d is llawkesdealo, l d Ilih ltoun is 9d tlleywood 2d 2d Kentbruck 6d 5id Kirksiali is 9d Koroit Is ld Lanke ola is 10d a 2d Ilacar lihur is 4d ls lierino, vbi liianxholri Is ld Molino, ala Hamnilton lo 4- Is .1ont riGambler Is ld Mloyne Fal?s l ld 5lyarnyn Od 51 Narrawong 2d 2d Nolson ld 6d Penslurlt Is ld Port Fairy 8d 6d Port Mcl)Donno Is 4d sla Hiipponhuirot Is 9d Tl'yrendarra 3d 3d Yalmbuk 6d Sd *VWallaccdal ld Bd Warrnambool Is 0l Wickliff l 10d la 2 Woolathorpla aIs Fee for messenger call, any person dind ,ihin one mnilo--3d. "Notc.--Branoholer.e closea from p.m. to p.m daily...

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Our Cable Service London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 May 1914

our GaaMIservice (RiEUTER'S TELEORAM.) London, Saturday. Several aviators were entrapped by a dense fog at Montrose yesterday, and being unable to guide their ma. chines were overtakeni by swift disas ter. Two officers were killed, others had narrow escapes, and several ma chines were wrecked. Holland is building three. Dread noughts, with a full complemenot of cruisers and destroyers. The House of Commons talked out the Scottish Hone Rule Bill, alth Imgh the Ministry supported it. A million dwellers in the shadow of Muuut Etna experieneed awful times ilurin the recent earthquakes and eruptions. Molteln lava carried riestruc lion with it, and eartli shocks demol ished Tfa::to ies ind scores ,,f other bui'ding. . . The King gave an' audience to Mr. Lloyd George, who:is devoting his dip Ioi;sic abilities to reconcile the dif furenit HoImo Rule pirlt. ie. : The Federal aulhlirities at Waslhingl ton be'ieve tliit Generil Huert :will retire nnder the auspices of thlie South American Repu...

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Portland Shire Council. Thursday, May 14th. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 May 1914

portland Shire Council. Thursday. Moy 14th. Present--The President (Cr Cope) and Crs. Iighetti, Devlin, Malseed, Cartel', Shaw, Kennedy. Cr. Shaw apologised for the absence of Cr. Smith, owing to illness. Cr. Philip arrivcd by thel mid-day train. CoullIESPONDEN.CE. F'romn Department of Lands and Sur vcy, asking if 13 acres of land in the parish of Talhara could be sold to An arus Cameron without injury to Shire iterests.-Engineer to report. From C Islmnero Progress Association, Ilrawing tie Council's attention to the ,iangerous state of approach to bridge at Iunb's corner; ialso to a bad patch if road on Portland side of first culvert reocted by Contractor Bell.---Engineer to riport. F'roiim Department of Public Works, that the Minister regretted thalt he could not comply with .the requcest of the C unmcil thatu the grant of £196 towards road to Portland ihecathlands be imado unconditional. --l'he letter was received, and the Council adhered to its previous decision to let the vote ...

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Dartmoor Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 May 1914

Dartmoor Tennis Club. hA very enjoyable match was played on tile home court; betwoen Dartmoor and Greenwaldo. A lare crowd as scmbledl to seo thi matchi and the ladies provided ,fternoon tea. Tihe games are as follows: MIiss S. Conolo and M2iss Doll Con ol plyed Miss 11. Egan and, Miss B. Cowland 6-1. Miss 1. Cowland and M1r. Miurice Caiter played Miss dida Camroni iind Mr. B. Conole 1- G? : Mi. N. Aitkcn and Mi'. Albreit Carter played Mir. B W. Conold. and Mi. Shiurp 6-5. 1r. M. Conolie aind M:iss S le, 'oo played N. Aitken and Miss Sara Cowhlnd 6-0. Miss DB Coiolu, i anmd i.i ;Coole played M'iss IL.:Eganianmud A Carter 0 --3. ' " " .. i " ' M ~iss F. Spencer ianiid L. Olsen played Miss E. Cowland aind E. Hiscoek 6-2. MIiss Ilda Cameron and Miss G. .Spelncr played Miss Winninmo Egian and M\iss Sam a Cowland 6--5. Mlessrs. 'A. Carter and N: Aitcei played Messis. hMat. Conolo and F Sliarp6 -2. Tihe totals sore:--Dartmiomr 43 games, Grenwaldo 24 games, or a .wini fr Dartinoor of 10 ia...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 May 1914

.C O.L F. The arrn.ul meetiig of the Portland Golf O.ub was hold in tile Free Library ha'l on Friday night There was a larges attendance of members present, Dr. Sleenman, President, occupied the chair, anl in his opaning remarks said ie was p'eased to see such a lrge number of members present. IHe also said he had a pleasing duly to perform, and thatnb was in presenting the monthly medals played for during thie season, lie then grave an outline of the progress of the club for the past year. 'T'he spring and Easter tournaments were well patron. ised, especially the Easter tournament, which brought somne good golfers frous difrierent parns of the State. The greeo end fair ways have been improved, and tverything for the coming season pointed to be a successful onte. Tlhe balance sheet for thie year showeda credit balonce of £13 17s 9d, labor runninig into £32 ls; rent of foreshore, &c., £3 5"; other itemis bringing the expendituro up to -£116 Is id. The report and balance sheet...

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HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 May 1914

HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. Pat Sheep--We report a yarding of 090 good to prime ewes and wetlhers, including 00 lambs. The market opened with strong composition at a consider. rable improvemenu on last weerk's qnc tations, especially for prime and extra qualities. Quotutions--Crossbred we Ihers, 20/3 to 23s 3d, with a few to 263 to 30-; dito, extra, 40s; with ones. 32s 63: da,, mixed ewes and wethers 20s Dd; crossbred ewes, prime, 18s to 22dl; good 20s 4d; faij, 14s 8d to 19:10d; come back ewes, good,:17s 7d; merino we thers, medium, 12s Gd to 13s 9J, Others according to quality. Store Sheep.-Only a light yarding. These wss good competition, arid every thing was cleared at a satirfactory im provr nlment on late'prices. Quotations Wethers, 2-tooth, 16s 3d; crossbred ewes, 13s33'; comeback ewcs, 10s 4d; Inmerino and comebanck ewes, 12s. Fat Cattle-29 hIead, mostlycows. One showing extra quality brought£12 10. Average bullockls also made good prices. Quota, ions--Bullocks £7 15s; cows, extr...

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Our Cable Service ROME, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 May 1914

.:'+ -..,: + -"la u+U Ser l+yc 1311 Oal)1 88t1ll3 (Rr irn's TLiRCoItAci.) lureli, Sunidey. Fuitliher informstion regarding. tihe earthqualce shodltsk cin4rPq;lent on t.h oruptwion of lount Etna show thir ivar ing shocks caused the populace of Cataria toabandon the dwelling, thiua ninimising tie fatalitie. Patientyslled from.bospitals in panic. Rescue?work irin otihei vil'ia'es on :.ridiay night was. rendred almost vain by the d.irkness, the destruction of tslegraphie+ commni. niCetition, :and the lack of toola?s, butseol diers have since arrived, and are work ing like Trogans. Sixty bodies were rE cncered by Sunday morninig.. "lIun dreds of people are homeless and food -less. - The survivors are thronging the military ro!ief kitchens. M??ny are camping in the vineyartld. Characteristics of the awful spectacle were nuns hurrying to and fro, never shrinking from the mos revolting sigihts, soothing the children, comfort ing the wvomen, binding the wounds and helping the dying in their ...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 May 1914

iTHEY SAY That Miss Goldstein will again con. est the Kooyong seat. That a nice residence is being erected at Gorne railway siding. That renewed activity will mark the construction of the Heywool-Mount (ambier railway. That the Beulah 'Record" printing flico was des'royed by fire while the proprietor, Mr. C. J. Upton, vas on his way to lunch. That a more kindly and thoughtful feeling is being shown to our old sur. viving pionee,'j than was fornmerly the case, Perhaps it is because we know they will soon have all disappeared, and there is always something pathetic about the last. On one of tim brightl sunny days of last week Cr. Hanlon gave two score of our lady pioneers an outing per motor car, bringing to th'ir minds Mother Shipton's prophecy, which they had learned in youth and possibly never lhoped to see ful i.led, ' Carriages without horses sholl go." The old ladies, who were clhapc. roned by Mrs Hanlon, greatly enjoyed their outing. That Canon Hughes, the fighting parson, seri...

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CORRESPONDENCE It is to be distinctly understood that we in no way identify ourselves with the opinion expressed by our correspondents. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 May 1914

CORR ESPONDENHC E It s to be discinctly understood tlubt we I svo way identijyoursclves with the opition expressed bys oer correspouldentcs. (To the Editor.) Sir,---Some of the members of the Chuarmber of Agriculture, who were chosen to give evidence befoie the In terstato Commission on the question of artificial manures, must surely belong to the blockheasd class so frequently found among farmers a few years back. The blockhead, conservative is not nearly so plentiful as he was, but Ie is still to be found clinging fervently to hIis old idtleals-thle waiy my father the fore.ime did it. And now, at even thist time of the day, we dig hiim up amone moanbeis of the Chamber of Agricul :ure Their evidlence was to the effect thit a duty would rise t?htoprice of superphosphates and mightllb prevent tlheir iniportation altogether, tims giv rig a monopoly to local ntaoufacturers, who in tiume wotuld charge( the farmer What tlhey liked 'It will be remem. bered thatithlis cry was rampant ten o...

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