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

IN MEMORIAM   STEVENS.-In lovinig memory of my     dear husbanud who passed away on the 29th May, 1912, at Portland. Though far away you are to-day, We still remember thee; I can't forget the tender love, You always had for me. Inserted by his loving wife and children.        

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 June 1914

Postal Arrangements BEV16ED TO DAlE. isLlelor the andermentioncd offices close at Portlandlas follow: N I alaatia Ld Adelaide 7.00 am 7.60am .50 am7.00 am 750 em Ilarat . ... **7.60 am 7.66 am .50 a m 7.60 am 7.t00 a leatiee .. *. .9 pm 9pm .9 I In l.1 ua Branabolme .. 7.60 am .50 7 am 7.60 a T 7,00 am 7.60 0m ;.t, L oL aaterton ... - 7,60 am 7.lam 7.00 am 7.60 am 7.t1 m Cape Bridgewater - 9 am 9am Cape Nelson .. 2 pm Cockatoo Valley ... 6.60 an 60 a (North Portland) Coalrington . 9pm 9pm 9pm 5.0t am Coleraine ... - 7.60 am 7.60 am 7.60 a m. 7.60 am 7.60 am tof40 km Condah ... - 7.60 am 7.60 am 7.80 am 7,60 am 7.00 a m Dertmoor .- ... 7.60 am 7.J0 a tn Drik Lrik ., . 7.10 am . 7.10 em English Slall,Wedlesa days, 7.60 am. Oorae .- * 8.50 am 850am -.B La o Elamilton ... - 7.10 am 7.60 am 7.60 am 7.160a4 m 7,0 am nm. a to BLeywood .. .. 7.60 am 7.00 am 7.60 a.m 700am .00 a Inm Rentbruck... ... 7.60 am .5t0 Dm LC. Cridgewater - 9 am r am Lyoas .70aat 7.0(.am .t ,. Mlelbourni. . 7 60 am ...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 June 1914

HEW CSTAC RATES The new postal ratee, itcleding the Ipenny postage on letters, camee in forcf on May lst. The reduced .ratee are as follow: TUROUG BOUT COMB ON WEALTBI AND PAUnPA. Letter Id ,pe oz. Lette ardes,ingl.,Id eac Do. reply Id. eech half. Pootcarde,esngl.,1d. each Do. reply, Id. each half. Printed papers t)ddper 2 oc. Beoke, printed- unide Australia, Oa per 8:oc;. n Auetralia Od .per 8 cx. Manazmn ea-Printed in Australia, Old. per 8 'z.; printed outside Austra]La, Old. pcr 4 on. L"ansard," Oid. per 12 ox. Conunercial papera patterns, namples and Ineechardise, Id. per 2 ox. ONEIISEA DOIINItOS Lettera from the Conmmonweclth to the United Kiugdom, oversee dominiont, trittch colonice and procectoratee except the New Iebridee, Id. per t xs. NEW ZEALAND AND THEISLANDS. The ra:ee to New Zealand, Figi and tritish Soloorn Isllanda are; Let Id I oz. Po ards ugle ld. P rep id.ea Le ar ingl d. Do reply y,ld.each hal Baganidies id. 8 ox., additional 4 o Old, . Books, Id. 4ctz. Commu ep ...

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PICKED UP IN MID OCEAN [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 June 1914

FlexED iU l IN MInDOCxAs - lThe filarmoro, just arrived at Frernantic from London, reports Lihat at day Ireak on May ltIh, when tho liner was Ibetwetni Aden and Culoumbo the third 4flicer hIa Rd a b)11il front thu water. The flhrntora pteomtptly swung bhck in Itir course. Iluata were lowered, and ihe crew succeuded itt picting up an Indian narive 1le wos exhausted, but soon recovered, and explained that lie accidentally clipped through a chute when emptying ashes at II o'clock the previouc morning. ' hie wateu was in featld with c sharkt. Twice the mon sters ttickkd him, but, by p'ashlir g mad chtouting, ho drove them awny. Tho cp4, where he was rescued was' 400 nilea from anid. MWtEAlS 1W IT'. *My li legraneiul O ive was at tacked witth .jene ditn aiid nottititg I tried ttii het any gaod," ssye .Mc. E. tleaili't, tim'111o sann Ltrcet, Neetoit, N.Z. "Having 00011 CEtianer nin's ough Hteittely adivrticetl as Iring inost, eflective in the treatmetnt oif 3,rcnctiitia I cletuglit I waoi...

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HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 June 1914

- -HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. Pat Shrop-We report a yarding of G96 good to ptime eres and wethers, includirg 90 lamibs. The nimrkelt opened with strong conimrition at a contidcr able improveniwrt on I i-t e, k'W qn: Lations, esp cially fur prie andl extra ,.li'i s Quotutions- -Crossbred wc Ih'rs, 2'~3 I" 1: :;, ,, .h i.! f':Hw t9 *., to 30-; dit'o, ex'ra, 0l, wiIth i s, n ?s .fd; d-, milxed ewte and wethers 26s 9d; ir6i we;l owts, prime, 183 to 22d; good 20s 4d; fai', l. SJd to 19. 10J; comle. back ewes., good, 17s i7; merino we abers. medium, 12 Gd to 13,.91, Others According to qualily. Storo Sheep.-Only a light yar-ing. Theie. was good conmpetition, and every thing was cleared at a salitfactory in. irovement on late prices. Quotations- VWethers, 2-to thi, G16 3d; crossbred cwns, 13i3'; conelta:k eweP, 10O -fd: rnerino and conmreba'ct k ewes, 12s. Fat Cattle-29 heald, mostly cows. One shlwing extra quiility broupght £12 30'. Average bullocks also uildo good prices. Quotations-B ullock...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 June 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. T'he ollowing ZOO listof tclephoneotati and chargces: Nameo . Fi. imins. Additionsl ofhTown Coaveriation. 3mins, "lranxholmo l84 Sd Ilyaduk Ls 9d Capc Nc!=on 24 2d1 Caveciosh is 94 TCastertou via lronxaholmse l 94 Casterton via llocoilton ls 44 1. Voleraine Is 44 la Condbh Sd 4d Crosale Is 9d Dennilngton X.i 94 Digby, via itrauxhodme Is 9d Dunkold is Od Glcethcmsonpro la 4e1 is Ilawkeodelo, msi 94 Hlmailton sa 9d Mifywood 2d 24 Konthrruck 84 11d Kirhstall is 9d Koroit is 9d Lake Boela s 104 3 2d Macarthur Is 64 Is =.11erino, via llrsuaholrwe Is 9 Mletino, via Hamilton la 44 lI .luount Gambler la 9d Mloyne Falls Is. 94 NMyaom:p 6d Sd Narrawong 24 2d Nelson 8d 6d Pesnol~urst is 9d 'ort Fairy 8d 64 Port Mcl)one io 4d Is lipponhurst Is 9d Tyrendsrra 3d 1d Ysmbuk 4d 1d4 ciWallacedal Sd E8 WVtrrnambool Is 9d wichlif Is 10d Is 2 Woolslhorpe la 94 Feo for messenger call, any person dimd wihhin one miln-3d. aNole.-Brauxhoklre clooes from p.m. to I p.m, daily, and o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 June 1914

JOB PRINTING MELBOURNE PRICES. GO wilh the lido,orfounde being the law of trade, and finding that a good a of work in netn srom th diotriob n orne ,w havo procured JTUE BEST MACHINF IN THLT MARKET £re now propared to empete with thl (metropolitan printe on hi own termo i GOLDSMITH & DAVIS ' OISERVER OFFICE Avniv\rlm WEiGEL'S CutPaper Pattorns. CtPerfe~ct Fit kPl L 0 I nt r A , l'ertloarl Agent Cf AlfLES FIIENCII "dustralians Yet," By GRANT HER VEY, Verses of Vim for Full-Sized Men and Real Australian Women. **Grant Hercey, thetlrader und teont ehnr. actelatic of Auotralidt, f.tiete. Atr ardent .llepubliran, o hoea 'Son mof WYork' is full of reliont hope. loitinctively Auertralian. Voiesenele saeiral iens of a etrrennouc DetnO. wrat in a way that weoutl have deli hted the eazt of eld Walt Wl'hitmnat.-Lor.dtn 'Bohk '-'Atmesican Reviewo Revieow, New Autographed with I'ational Platform of the Yuntg Asterain rairly.ilttd Draft of a Pro oerd New Cnztltitutiott fOr the Anotra. lian...

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Our Cable Service London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 June 1914

lur 1918 Belvice (RyuTriin TELEGCA.11.) ILondon, Satuiday. Jupaniicse diplomnacy with r'egard to China is birn iremodcllcd owingtotho chainghiv' conditiohis of China and the eneigy. displaycd biy the Poacrs in scil mhlin' for concessions.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 June 1914

For Uhildren?taHcins .Coough t -gn I Woods' Great, Peppermilt Cure /0. DOE1 20 Q 3ITL2T. It comes like a ray of sunshine. Makes the old folks happy. Makes the young folks joyful. Takes the load off the back, It's all done so quietly. No fuss about it. What Is it? Why, Dart'a Backache Kidney Pills. The little kidney wonder-workere. What will they do? Read what this woman says:- -Mrs. John tGuy. Portland South, says: hi"My husband was a great suffered with us kidneys for a long time. His back teed to ache ferefully, and he could at imes hardly move. He always felt tired and langoid, and had no energy for any. thing. Sometimes he has been so ill that he could not attend his work, in fact, was fit for nothing. Otte day a friend asked him had he tried Doan't Backache Kidney Pills, and as he had not, he urged him to give this remedy a trial. He sest for some without delay, and they worked wonders in his case. A few doses relieved him a little, and after taking four bottle Ite was free of ...

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AMERICA AND MEXICO. Niagara Falls, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 June 1914

AMERICA AND MEXICO. 'Niiagiiii Pu]lls, ThliurSsdy. ].Thi peace conference hlns airnnged foit thetitriansfer of the exccutivc power of Me'ico from Hiocrta to aii unnamed plor1isionil president incting in coii jiiiition with four Cabinet MinisteR. These wiil.arrlange ncne elections. The United States pledges itself to tie re cognition of those who n shall be returned at the elections. Winshingtoii, Thursday. .A Japisincse cruismr is reported tole convoyiig ani innmitinition ship from Jlapan to .Mexico. The President of Mexico ordered the arms iend aunueni tion fnromfroni Jnprin months ago. It is lndoistood that the Amneoricmin wear shilms "ill not intervieny.

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Rabbit Poison and Bird Life. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 June 1914

Rabbit Poison and Bird: LIe, A Hamilton correspondent, signing himself *'Not a Poisoher," writes to the "Argus" as under: "From personal observation during 25 years' oxperience I maintain that thousands.of birds die from poisoned baits, no inattor what the baits may be-wheat, pollard, apples or jam. WIen poisoning is carried on in tle summer months birds will pick at any thing moist, and the stomach of the dead rabbits affords just the thing. I have seen all sorts of birds picking at the dead contents of dead rabbits' stomachs. First the crows will team the r.abbits open, if not already skinned by tie poisoner, and then comes the mag pie, and every class of bird will follow. I have seen scores of minahs dead along poisoned lines, also wagttils, woodlarks, and pigeonsby thehulndreds. Have rabbits ever been exterminated by means of poison 1 No, r.or by fumi gating either. I have seen Covern miont men spend an hour on a warren. Two days after the rabbits were play ing about as usual. T...

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HOME RULE. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 June 1914

1H0ME RULE. London, F iday. Mrl. Stephend Ofwynrie, Nnaiontlist Commnoni, statc s that the I isi party 'Ins decidld fto pnimit its menmhra to stronsgly suppoit the olunters nore mcnt. M~r Gwynne aidds that the Roins Rule Bill may be taken off the Statutit Boohkuniless the Naitionalists are prepared to atssert their dctcrmisa· tion by the stuisniacans as thie Ulster mnen emiploy. Mir. T. P. O'Connor states that the Naiitionulists me so illini to give Ulster such sti~ng politicall power as will make thcm masters of thou osn fate 'mined olprdassion ine veiy fomi. Sir Edwiiird Unrsoi, spoiikisg at Mountaini Ash last night, ndnitted thut withii fie hotsis 3o,000 ritles nald thino millioni rounds of aismunitioin were landed iii Ulster, but the Goversflinnt hlad not dared to puisih slathieill oma Rule miliht become blIlaw of thiob latd biut at would nover be law in Ulstcr. If the Govuer iuent imagincul that the thuid rtading was the last.aict o f the drani.alie would tell. theim it 05s onl...

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MAIN ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 June 1914

MAIN ROADS BOARD. Messrs. Calder and M'Cormack, two of the members of the Country Main Roads Board, were presvnt by irnvita tion at a meeting of the Hamilton borough council on Tlsuraday night. The acting-mayor (Cr Moore)lin ex tendinig them a welcome referred to the fact that the visit had been preductive ofmuch good inasmuch as it had dis sipated the erroneous ideas which some people had entertained regarding the operations of the board. So far as he could see it was going to be an im mense benefls to the country by the opening up of roads and the consequent spread of settlement. HIe had much pleasure in welcoming trie menibers. Mr. Calder, who dealt at considerable length with the functions of the board, said it was coing to do a great deal for the county by making accessible parts parts which at present were remote. He in·ntioned that in one place in Ci. psland a settler had to cunvey his potatoes, two bags at a time, to market by slinging thlmn-acro-s a horse. The making of goo...

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TERRIBLE COLLISION AT SEA. Quebee, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 June 1914

TERRIBLE COLLISION AT SEA. Qucbec, Friday. The Canadian n Pacific Compnsys steainer Empreiss of Ireland, bounld far Liverpool, sent, a wireless meIssae to the effect tlhat theie hadl becn a coI lision near Father Point. Tie mcssa5es suddenly ceased. It is feared tiet tie vessel sank. Later. -M~cseagcs report that the Eepreisse Ireland collided with the collier Stor stacl. It is bclieved that over 600 pcrished; 450 survivors have landed. Eondon, SaturilaY. Additional particeulrs regardieg the the collision of the ocesn liner Esipreel of Ireland withl the Norwvegian steallrl Storstnai, in a dense fog, contir.m the grave fears excited by the first se"j It is now known that only tweetO three were saved of theu 1(0 Stl atiue Army delegates to the World's Coni gress at London. A glooi liasebs east oscr every town in Canada. Tie saved and injured are arriving at Quee bee. Thie Storstad has been sighted, badly damaged. She is carrying scveral survivors. Reven lItundred peronss n supposed to...

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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. NOXIOUS WEEDS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 June 1914

CORR ESPONDENC E It is to be distinctly understood thtvl see ¶Is sc was, identiflyouretslves with theopinion expressed by our crrespondeuts. NOXIOUS WEEDS. (To the Editor.) Syr,-Knowirg that your valued columns are open to the veotilation of matters of public isterest I would crave a brief space anent the above. Quite a year ago the Borough Council caused notice to be served on the owner of a vacant and unfenced allotment in Bonz tinck street to destroy a dense growth of African boxthorn thereon. In due course it was cut down, and the Coun cil was apparently satisfied with hav ing fsade things worse than they were before. The stuff dried and was blown all over the place, and became a public nuisance. What did not blow away was a greater eyesore in a dry state than it was when green, and now the plants are growing up again from the roots. Does it not seem abeurd, sir, for the Cosancil to give orders for the de struction of noxious weeds and not see that the order is carried out in. i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 June 1914

?OTI1JENER wooto work by, day or con4tractt; h1444ge4 cut, t4 COOpu uo l I Apply "t)belreir" 'elice. I you wYntU u-out a 14o4,u-col4 or good 14010. rotor uintervie Wi'4. Ilt444wi4. bond agen for the o i l ~ble1'ih1 lniiy .44litchti esey Co, Empire Day. - 31LETI'N4G i oI all ilteuuy'tedu iin the rocll E iojpire 1)uuy colt-brations will In held in the Shate 14014c4l ion I21 DAY ]IEveniing next no. 7.::) to 4a4lacc444tn4tuil 9rtlaerd Ecrtegrat evr8 n TIaders' -slc4 l at4on. FIfUE 11u"inios P'lces .w·ill be CIO14E1) ,uoa M"N)A Y, .Juune 8th (K~iog' 3Allthdtay Holi(yl). Th'Iero will inot hean 4144 lf-l41U4lida4y 044 Wledneoldy. .1444o 10tli. II. 31. CAMP~bI.L. 1144. -4c. Bridgewater Sale Yards. 8)p11E Aiinieil 3lc0i4ntg of 141t44ck04ne 41n441 Suk-tcrib.er1 c42444 o44nected 4itI tle M44ridgew44ter 14414 44044 $4211 i 140hc41 441 the Ya44414 442 Sa)t44rday), .lune ii. 441 8 1'*In. 110i24e440 --'14) elect Coui4nnitt0e 1444. en22uin4, year. T S1cret44ry.. HOTICE. 4 ' 4 loY thu1e4 4f Culouitt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 June 1914

;W. HEMERS. COACHBUILDER, 23eneral Blacksmith, Wheelwright & Horseshoer PEROY STREET, POF.TLAND. C R. bosq t.D thsac~ his nrsmsroOu patrons for their liberalen' port inihe· V *as I ncifytp hon a I thn p ebie Jssr~raly that it Will his ostant aim: thair contioose by do. naiformly good.work. New ani Sacondl-hand Buggles always on Haud. juonmithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implementa Repaired Careful attention given to the tyroing of wheels. Estimatas given for all ropairs, if required. Earsro-Shooing Strictly Attended to. PBoggio of 'ill dooarijition¶Repaired, i'ainted and renewed. lough Repaired llado Lightest draught. no Sety m ae and ..tronl, They Calnot go Wrong. ftfrpttlty ii areat thing In aehin f m akcttre,-eopetty rprheo yost tier to the contotr and have f~ tr ttyoarelf. WARD flOoR. achtlea tearse fee ppirta tfrano ad y other--nottetag to get not at order. Poootrrs cheopee than olther, We pay treigtrt to your sattiun- B * goaeutee aurryarlachic-nand tat you ...

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FOOTBALL Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 June 1914

FOOTBALL o ng lTbournc, SZLtu(du ,llowinlg ~are the irsults of to< y's mantchecs:- Fitzroy 0.4, Goelong 4.8. Richlmond 16.14, Va~rlsity 5.6i. Carltol13.10, Melbourno 0.9. SouthlMelbourno 5.13, Essendon 0.11 St. Kilda 12.10, Collingwood 5.14.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 June 1914

iiii o!d iioouden bllf3iryat All Saints' s chool, which vas blowni out of plumb in a gale somei tiiiiU age and was siib seqiiently demolished, is bcing icplaced by.a fineiror. striicture. Ox Thuriisday lasA a cliildl hincfyar old, son of Mi. Ce il Leimortli, Tyiendiiisa, Ws briouglt to Poitlarnd for surgical triatmnint, tholittle follow hliaiViig been soevciely Littini cii th face by ii dog. WViods Great Peplermiit Cdire. Fur Coughs and Cold , nlver fails, 1/S USED IT IN INDIA. 'Diirinig 1i years I liveil in Indii I usecl iotlhing hut Chlamiberaiins Cough Itsiunedy for coughs, colds, broncihils inl Fore tilrosts," s8ys11 r. Archlibjloi C. Mashtr, caii eof Itobeits and1 Sios, IEn iniee le , Ieu digsl Vie. "1 Ilroi, givenl it seihi1 grlent us.o ceso lo Ilisu~ldcrs ef eantives, bothl Ilild,, siiil N: slaomielsi,,ul nodl inl every· ese it boxY proiud ellicacious. Even ii tires of hiUt, enite isfisi risen to myI? bsiigslowv osligril fo,. a iloso of CIIIlsiiibeilsi Ci~iigli RiseIy,~r si I...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 1 June 1914

THEY SAY That the South Australian Parlia ment will mees on Ju'y 10. That a man was fined £40 for sly grog selling in a no license district in xq.Z That great oil wells have been dis covered at Calgary, Canada. The the N.S.W. Parliament will meet about the middle of Juite. That amongst the nuose sweated workers in the world are those who cut, polish, and set diamonds for the richb That as a rule there is nothing wrong with the wholly self-made man except the part he made himself. That Sir Wm. Macgregor intends to retire from the position of Governor of Queensland during the present year. That the Italian railway workers are asking for a minimum woge of three lire (2s lid) a day, and the capitalist papers and politicians are accusing them of wanting to "*ruin the country." That the Postmsster.General has informed that the Marconi Company intends to proceed with its action against the Commonwealth fo' alleged infringement of its wireless patents. That it's a long worm thab has no torn...

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