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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 25 May 1914

W. HEMERS. COQCHBUILDER, Ge'neral Blacksmrth, Wheelwright & Horseshoer PEROY STREET, POLoTLAND. rIT l. he; " 4o thw'I hi n" ornrone patrons for their liberal so port In the V ae ! le i lx[r "hln a l t 'if y t li4 ir srhllv that it will his ostaut sia'r E11thin ?,?r o(1at | by ~dg. uunifor~mly good work. :~d.*i s· gJb~~-41~ qal o always on Hand. .uusrmithing Dono, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Ropalred Careful attentLon gleen to the tyrelng of wheels. Eotlmstes gIven for all repairs, If required. ?;orso-9hoolng Btrictly btto:?.o?. t. I',,tgqioe ot ,ll.ioo3riptioasRp espirld, k'aiontd and renewed. plough Ropaired MIsde Lightest draught. --• C,.=d S Co Smple tro, S They Cannot go Wrong. Slmpllcitty ( great thing In a Sewinog machine,-eopecilal "hefn you live In the country and hoae t% fix it youroelf. WARD BRO. Machines have fewer parts than oreitr. P ounds cheaper than otmhers We pay freight to your str.tion guarantee every machline--od let vou have it on elo syo rr...

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THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 25 May 1914

. Tit HOSPITAL. - Tleh neOly ijl. pointed 1-luso Cominittee, witli t view tb providing greater comfort anid 6un venionces fortlho iunrso and probutioiieri lihs set apairt 0oe of the sparo roomsh for. their exclusive use us a sittinl room. The room requires fuinishinig to mnake it comfortable, and tho coimmiit tee is appealing to tile public for domit tions of furniture anid aiiti'les suitable for siuch a room. Tieo inembers of tih conm ittee are the l1cv. W. Tait, Mr. Wylatt and Mr'. Marshall, and intend' ing donors aro requested to cominuni cute with tlhem. Ow.seIs of Edisto Plihonogrualls please note that we lvoe landed a lar"ge slpply of the New Unbreakable llue1 Amiilerol Records. Now is your olpportunit·y to select choice Records ait T'over: Btos., "The Talking MIaeine Store," Bentinik street. Wr od'e Great Peppermint Oure. For Coughs and Colda, never fails, 1/0 USED IT IN INDIA. , "During 11L years I lived in Indin I used nothing but Clihambrloin ' Cough Rtemedy for coughs, co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 25 May 1914

TF yo \;lat a 1 llI('IICltItlll 08$i good em . ratm" i'lto'1018v- ' W..8118S.:IOC.I8 E.ny Ce, th_____i_____h __:_ _ - T. E, C.H IENRY i t' lat.urd'(ay13' :1lthl inst., fr tltit crcc hailon L a W,.BI. icsltaciteo f(.r Mh'. F. Hug g.'tlt, IBridŽc'w t.u r Iloild, '\\l ot', . urllhlni. ,,ipcteiticatio?no at, .I 0no IIM "'ii NOTICE. Ll, lerslons inclcbti'd to til, uInlerisigttetl 8 11 rtIljtleI (i t;ct t' eIttletitir a1o1ŽI1nts I iitlI tiiL fl.lh r ileh' ay . l ccrt' l 8 "a t ni y IbL 3ni81 at. 1'. it. 3l McLeans, IPr y. 8 rtct, or ?-,$ myJ I~iodide, nellu~l t trtet ll,, tlr. • IO1.'PH~ I:|'O\VN. a. id. 19. 0. RUGif3l, CDATRACTO~S, BUILDECS AND DESIGNERS. D~istrict niid 'rittwt. iS: inllntt, given 11an1 plr1 8 tUllpiiul free' t- ' toot. L.;'duo l eft ttL;.Mr. 1811h.1 ,,k. Ri1ŽI.....iIdl St., 8n1d 3li. C,, IiBlilt'r8, 1 i1 Ilg St. Provisions for 1914, / onSI)JIc'S 1)ioil hIe r£1oivcdl uIntile3£l2c ll " 1 'clo k 81.11Ž . 51 111 FI iday1 , 1 ;th 0 Jut1 e, 1ucll 4111 llli CS 11 111t 1 1t~ 0 ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 25 May 1914

MR. and MRS. T. F. CRUSE tender their sincere thanks to the many kind friends for expressions of sympathy in visits, tele- grams, letters, cards, and floral tributes received during their recent sad bereave-ment. "Drammen," Percy street, Portland.

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 May 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. Tl'e ollocning i a list of telephone:stati and chargcs:- Name Fi. 3mins. Additionni oflTown Conversation, 3mine, lBranxholmo I8d 8d tyanduk Is 9d CJape Ne!ion 2d 2d Cavendish In 91 ·Cateorton vma llranxholme Is 91 Casterton via Il imilton Is 4d In Coleraine Is 4d(1 Is Condah 6d 5d Crosalo. Is 9d Delnington I.t 9d D)igby, via liranxholmo la 9d Dunkeld is 9d Glenthl mpono a1 4d(1 I Ilawkesdelo, 18a1 9d Iamilton Is 9d IIleywood 2d 2d Kentbruck 6d 5(d Kirhatall Is 9d Koroit Is 9d Lake Ilola la 10d I 2d Macarthur Is 94 Il .MIerino, via Iirnlxholrro ls 9d lMeliuo, 'via Hamilton Ia 4d Ia M11iunt Gamlnbier Is 9d .loyno Falla Is. 9d Mlyamyn 6d 5d Narrawong 2(d 2d Nelson 8d 6d Poensural Is 9d Port Fairy 8d 6d Port Blcl)onne l 4d In ]tippouhuras·t Is 9d Tyrundarra (d 3d Vamhuk 6d 5d alVulacedal 8d Ud 1Varrnambool Is 9d W'ichliff In 10d Is 2 Wnolnihorpe In 9 Fee for mealenger call, any personn dind wiuhiin one mile--3d. `Note.--lranxholr..c closes from p.m. to I p.m d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 May 1914

PicKED, U"' IN A? Mll.Oclres ---The hliaruura, just arrived tit Frernantr o from Lundur', I('puts that i, day break cn eMay UtLh, when the liner was leltwren Adin and Colombo the third oflicer heard ia hail fron the water. The ~alii ora pionlptly swung bick in Iltr course. hloutrs were lowered, eand the crew' eucceeded in pici.itg up an Indian naive Hle was exh nu.lted, Lut soon recovere'd, and explaineld thllat lie acc:dtnltally slipped through a chute whecn iptying nashes it II t''loi k the pies i um Inulinig. 'h wate: was i lestd ulih shalke. 'Twice the mun ites ,.ttacki d him, but, by sp'ashlit g and tit uting, he drove Ithern away. l'he sput whe re lbe was rescued was 400 ani:es fromn land. N?lAHRS IY IT'. "'hy little grandchild Olive was atitcked kith itruthitis and nothing I tried dill her ?sy good," mays .lrs. l'. Ileadi en, 118l Ta'l a11In Strett, Neit in, N.%. "Having acmll C(lhamller in's t(ough ltenely adlvertiied as W. ing most effectlve in the tLcatnuent of lrrtnalti I...

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 May 1914

Postal Arrangementw IEVl?ihD TO DAIE. Mailsfur the undermentioned olicesa close at IPortlandasa follow: olbal nLd. Adtlaide 7.50 a 7 70 a m 7.10 am 77.0r aOm 7 1 am - ltarat ... ..17.50 am 7.50am 7.50 a m 7.50 a m 7.10 I, m leastre .: ... 9pm 9 p m 9 in 7.1.t L u Braaxbolme ... 7.50am 7.50 am 7.50 a mi 7.10 a m 7.lt1 m 7.ti . b ml astertou ... - 7.50 am 7.0 am 7.50 a i 7,50 am 7.10 lm Cape Bridgewater 9 am in 9 a m Cape Nelson ,. 2 p Cockatoo Valley ... .60 a It 8..0 a m (North Portland) . Codrington - 9 pm 9pm Spm i.0 am Cnleranec ... .. 7.50 am 7.50 am 7.50 a r. 0 a m 7.00 am 1U?0 am Condab ... ..7.0 am 7.0 am. 7.0 am 0 am 700am 7.50 a cm Dartmoor .. .. 7.0 a m70 7.50 a m Drik Drik .- . 7.. 7.60 am 7.60 0m English Mail,Wednes. .days, 7.50 a,m. Gorao .~ - .. 8.50 am I 8 50 a o: ? .0 a m Hamilton ... - 7.50 am 7.50 am 7.50 am 7.50a an) 7 0 a ni 7.00 a in Heywood .. - 7.50 am 7.0 am 7.50 am .50 a m. 7.T0 am Rentbruck... ... 7.50 a m 7.10 a m LC Bridgewater - 9 am 0 am ,yons . ... 750...

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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 May 1914

HEW OSTAC RATES The new postal rates, it.cluding the penny postage on letters, came in force on May let. The reduced 'rates are as follow: TLHROUGIIOIUT CO51MOt)NWEALTH ANI) PA'lUPA. Lotter Id .pe ? ( 4. Lette ards,sing l,ld eac Do. reply ,1d. each half. IPoeicards,stngl 6ld. each Do. reply, Id. each half. Printed papers ld .per 2 ox. Books, ptlllltt-( uide Au?,ralia, O0 per 8:oz;. n Australi n0id .per 8 oz. bnacaztn es-P'rilttd in Australia, Old. per 8 oz.; printed outside Australia, Old. per 4 oz. "Hansard," OWd. per 12 oz. Commercial papers palterns, samples and merclandise, id. per 2 oz. OVEIISEA DOMININONS Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversea dominionb, Britilh colonies and protectorates except the New'Hebrides, Id. per ozx. NEW ZEALAND AND TIREISLANDS. The rates to New Zealand, Figi and British Solomoe lslande are: Let ld i oz. Po ards ngle ld. D rep id.ea Le ar ingl d. Do reply ,ld .ech hal BIagtzites id. 8 oz., additional 4 o Old. Book, ld, 4 I z. Cao...

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Our Cable Service BERLIN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 May 1914

(1ur Dabie Service (REUTsra's TELEGRAM.) .urak?,; Tuesd ay, - Prince Oscar, the Kaiser's fifth son, beetime engaged to Fraulein Bassewit,. formerly the Kaiserin's lady-in-w\aitin g, who wats dismissed wlchen the attach. ment was discovered. The Kaiser bit, torly opposed the proposed match. On Sunday Prince Oscalr secured three days' leave from the Guards at Pots dami and welnt to see his fiancee at Mecklenburg. To-day he telegraphed to the Kaiser announcing his eng age mtent. PPrince Oscar will be 2(i years of age on July 22. London, Wednesda-y. Maii coni's vwiieless firing of the Ste. veilsonMoyes's acetyloic :.fog' gun on an -isolated beaconl hIis been satisfac torily tested.': The control was switched on from t'coisstgtiard stationi A fort. night's supply of icetylene, which al. lows of tihreo dbrilliati: flashes, with loud repoits, per. minite, was stored in the beacon. -he Clyde lighthouse trust has establishelis statiston at Gonurock. Londrin, Tuesday. The Shliimrocklh IV., th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 May 1914

OWVNERS of Edison iPhonogrIaphs pleasu note thliat we hiave landed it large supply of the New Unbreakabloe Blue Amlbrol Records. Now is your opportunity to select choice Records at 'Tove Bnos., ''The Talking Machine Store," BIntinck street. Wood's Great Peppermint Cure. For Coughs and Ooldu, never fails, 1/6 USED IT IN INDIA. "l)urigo 13 years I lived in India I used nothing bit Chamberliinks Cough Remedy for coughs, colds, bronchitis and sore throats," says Mr'. Archibald C. Macaffer, care of Roberts and Sons, Engineers, ten digo, Vie. "I have given it with great suc eves to hutnidreds .f na'ives, both HIindu anld Mahbominddn, and in every case it has prozed ellicacious. ECvl n tives of high caste often cante to m11 bl?ngaloeU askitng for a dose of Chamnlberlill s Cough li liemlcy, so I did not lheitate to recommend it in all cases of colds and bronchid troubles." Suld by Thomson, Brake autd Co. That Messrs. Alien and Errey, the cant ac'ors for the erection of a Me chanics' ball ab...

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HOME RULE BILL PASSED. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 May 1914

HOME R1ULE ·BIL P ASSED. London, Tuesday. The. Home Rulo Bil! was yesterday read a third time in; the House of Coent mons and carried by351 votes to 274. The O'Brienites (?udopendenb Nation alists) abstained from voting. The Na. tionalists were juhliiant. Mr. Boner Law, leader of" the Oppo. sition, said it wou'd be futile and ridi:ulous to discuss the bill further. Continuing he said, "Lotb the curtain ring down on the contemptible farce. Though this is the end of the act, it is not theend of the p'ay. The linal act will be p'ayed in the country, but there it will not be a farce. When the Gos vernment is unable to find a seat for a minister it is e?id-mb that tile fined tribunal is not distant. The House of L"rds agreed to the first reading of the Hoten Role Bill The second reading will be moved on June 22nt. The bill :was taken to the House oe .Lords accompanied by twenty Nations; lists, cheering and waving their hiats. The House of Commons adjourned' tilt 9th:June, and tile House ...

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A PORTLANDER ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 May 1914

A PORTLANDER ABROAD. lMiss Wadmore, orne of our well known residents, who is now on a visit to the old country, writes us as follows: - S.S. ' Berrima," Indian Ocean, 21/4/1,4.-I am posting under separate cover some copies of the. s.s 3Berriua -'Times" and from them you will learn about our doings on board ship. Owing to tile rougll seaa, and equally weather, our progress across the Indian Oceanl has been retarded, so that we will not reach Durban on the 20th, as we ex pected to do. Not being a good sailor, I am wishing for the voyage to be at a end;. but of course the tmjority of the passengers are enjoying it all, and as theo Berritna" is a one-class boat every body makes themselves ogretable, Cleanliness, attention, civility are the order of the day, and if you don't have a good time the fsiult is your own; but when you are days and days and nothing but the wide wa'ers around you it be comes very manotonous. We had a splendid view of the Julia Percy Island, Port'and, its clilf, C...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 May 1914

THEY SAY That Miss Halfo was fined £3 by itec Sandringham court on Monlday for having driven a motor car without a license. Thle-court, received a letter pleading guilty, it stating that she 1oul0d not attend as sire was on :her hor.eymoon. That two boys, who were disclharg ing crackers at Abbotsford in honour of Empire Day, poked some into a bar. ld that contained methylated spirits. One boy had his eye blown out, and his nose taken off, and there is little pros prct of his recovery fromnshock. That the British House of Commons has by 117 to 105 votes rejected a bill to establish a six days' working week with Sunday as the normal rest day. That the total nulmber of ollicers and employees in the Railway Depart slent is 24,582-an increase of 763 since the beginning of tie financial year and 7845 since 1910. The wages i;nd salaries are .£3,102,608, and in 1910 this item was £1,965,03:17. That Dr. Laidlaw, of Hamilton, was visiting aL patient late on Friday night, and was getting out o...

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HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 May 1914

HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. Pat Shr up -\'e report a yarding of i90 good to ?rit nt eles and wethets, ;icludit g 90 launbs. The mat ket opened p'ith s t nlr t cout c' ition t a consider' .,.'e iln;.rovt nl'lnt on Met weI k's qn: t;tions, e-p,. :illy fur prime land extra oauliti s. Qttutions--Crossbred wr thers, 21/3 io 2:3 3d. wi h I few to.20s to 30 ; duto, ex'rn, 40s; with el es. 12s (d: do, mixe.l ewe and wei hers 26 9d: .eo~ssbed eow s. prime, 18S to 22d; good ia0s 4d; fair, 141 8d1 to 191 10J: colne tack ewes, gor?d, 17s 7d; mrino w the-rs. mediumn, 1'2 Gd to 13 9.1, Others according to quality. Store S.heel.- Only a light ya~i'ing. T'he, c was go d competition, and every 1Ling was cle·nrd at a sati.-factoy itn. paovr ment on late prices. Quotations.-- 11'ethers, 2-toath, I0G 3d; crossbred twns, 13s31; cormetack ewes, 10s 4d; ;nerino and cormnback owes, 12s. Fat COittIr-29 head, mostly cows. One shlwing extra quality brought £12 10'. Average bullocks also natde good prices. Quota io...

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THE HEADS ENTRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 May 1914

THE HEADS ENTRANCE. A delay that heretofore fortunately has hben unusul tick place on Monday in c.monetion with the passage of the WVhite Star liner Suevic through Port Phillip heads while inward bound from hyduny. The vessel, which is 12.531 tons burden, le'a Sydney on Saturday heavity laden, and arived off Port Phlillip Heady shortly before daybreak on Monday. On the liner being board. edl by a pilot, OCptain English, toaster of the Suevie, considered it inadvisable to attempt the passage through the Itip with his deeply laden vessel owing to the low state of the tide, and decided to stand off some distance outside to await more favouab!e tidal conditions. After a delay of nearly seven hours the vessel was navigated through on 'the first quarter of ebb tide at 2.20 p.m, ard safely moored at Prbt.Melbourpe four houra later. She was drawing 28 feet 6 inctes forward and 27 feet 3 incihes afr. a draught that wdll be slightly increosed by cargo to hae shipped in Melbourne. The outward ...

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ULSTER FIFTY YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 May 1914

ULSTER FIFTY YEARS ACO. (BY NE.Mo,) Before giving a description of the city internally I will give your readers some inform alion regarding the out skirts. Just at thejunc'ion of the Lag. gan river and the Lough there is a small island, having an area of some 100 acres or so. To reach it you must cross by ferry, which journey will cost you one penny, or as many at that time called it, a bawbo?. What was the reac value of the so called bawbee I never coi:d rightly understand. It seemed to me to be anything from a farthing to a pJnny, although farthings were then quite i new coinage. I have heard it said that a Scotchman on first seeing one asked a person near to him why so small a coin was pub in circulation, and received the answer that they had been issued so that Scolchmen would be able to subscribe to charitable institudions However, revenons, This island at that tune was ballpd Dargan's island, but after Queen Victoria's first visit to Belfast in the latter end of the fifties it...

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STRANGER THAN FICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 May 1914

8TRANGER THAN FICTION. (BY PETER,) Peter has be:n asked if he is in favor of home rule for Ireland, He is not. He is not.in favor of any rule for Ire lend, home or foreign. The mere sug gestiion that rule is necessary for Ire land i3 an insult to every Irishman. An Irishman always knows the law, but laws are made for the guidance of lesser men. An Irishman, if left to himself, always knows the right course and follows it without the aid of any law. If left to himself-here is the solution of this problem: Ireland for the Irish, and each man given his pro portion of it; say, a quarter of an acre, with algalvanised iron fence 20fe, high all round it, and no gate. This would be expersive, but it is the only way. T'he sun is never set Where this iman once held sway; For when the oaks their lengthening shadows cast The eastern paln trees bowed to feel 'The thrill of coming day. That is the way some of us felt on May 22. Some L.C.Beans-to wit, the wowser caucus-met at the school and said s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 May 1914

WH iITSUNDAY. SUNDAY, 31st MAY. Cuaon Ctarmiitael will preach mnorre io:g and evening. IHoly Cn,,tullunion at Mid day. cllkction in aid of llome Mission Fund Baptist Church. SUNDAY NEXT. Freacher-lThe Pustor II. Boulte'. Iiaptismil Service. .ARDENEIl s.an.t. work by day or contracet; hedlces cut, trees pruned sp'ply "Observer" ,flice. you want t Ilousehold or good Sepa-. m rator interview W. henoers, local agrn for the Baltic Pansh Dairy Machin ery Co, NOTICE. 1.L Persons indebted to the undervigned ore ruefsted to settle their iacounts without further de'ny. Accounts may be paid at Mr. It. M1cl.en's, Percy street, or at my lesidence, Hultd street iorlth. 1,OSEPHI trt\OWN. Australian Women's National. League. -g]IE Montlhly Meetig will be held in FORESTEIRS' II ALL. SFRIDAY, l)IMjND, lott. Sec. Estate of Thurston, Elizabeth, deceased. 'A ltARICU [LA RS, of clhitlls aire rtquested to lie forwavtrdetd lit Ih .utone tt AR'1'IHUl t . F IEIDINI:, Solicitor, 'oirbtland. GOOD NEWS FOR LADI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 May 1914

:W HEMERS . CO0CHIBUILDER, ?4i e snra 1ac.isn#tt11, 9Wbe1wright & Horsechooe . ROEl Y STREET, POPITLAN'D. SFti.?"?:'IR" thi?."'c : 'is 'nmoroius patrons for their liberal nu port in Che d.1V :.' int" ify1'`'0 ftli 5 tis i?r?llt thab it will hio ostant aim Lin thylro°el knee .by, do.- uniformly good work. New and S:ac'4-ih'a' lB. ggles always on Hand. -,tiiniiitathin; Do, &ad', all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repaired Oarorul attention glven to the tyreing of wheels. Estimates:given for all repairs, if required. ?L8rzo-Shooing Striotly Atteondod t-. "ii;.4ie .,'f ll I uriptions Rapuir: 1, i'aintad and renewed. plough Repaired, iade Lightest draughit. no SEmpte and Strong, They Cannot go Wrong. SimplIclty L. a great thing in T sewnl machtNae,-e pecialy when you lie in the country ani have t" fix it yourself. WARD iROS. Machines have fewer parts ihan are other-nothing to get out of order. Foundscheaper n than n itrs We pay freight to your tatlon- ftuarantee every t...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 28 May 1914

FooA?ArLL.-- Tli; fourth match in connection with the South'Western Association's competit ions will be p)laye'l on Saturday next between tile Ia?ibers and Portland. '.The Iamblers are almost entirely drawn from the Condah jMission ' Station. A match was played on Saturday last at Mill town between the Wanderers and HIey wocd. The final scores wero--WVan derers, 7 goals 10 behinds ; Heywood, b goals 4 behinds. TimE death is announced of Mr. Thos. Langdon, M.L.A. for Kororg and Chairman of Committees in thp Vic torian Legislative Assembly. Heo was born in ,Somersetshire in 1832, and ar rived at Melbourne at the ago of 21. BELFAST AND I.S.N. Co.--rhe half yearly me'lting of shareholders was held oa Saturday.. The chairman (Mr. J. J. Orr), moving the adoption of the balance sheet, remarked that the com pany was in the fortunate position of being able to declare a 5 per cent. divi dend. Expenses had been on the in crease, but now the men were satisfied. The recent award of Mr. Justice H...

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