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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 4 June 1914

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Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 4 June 1914

KLW CLTAC RA1ES The new poslal ?hilr, ih.cloding the pellny postige on lettIec , chniu in force on D lay Iht. The reduced .rates are as folluw: TLIUOUGIIOUT COMMONEWEALTH ANtD P'AlUPA. Letlter d ,pIe 1 i.%. Letle Hids ,sigli ,ld eac Do. reply ,1d. enchli bhlf. I'otlcardr,sHigl ,ld . Lcth Do. riply, Id. hich hIlf. Printed pvpcrs 04d .per 2 oa. B(lio(, , p1; iI (-- I slt!dt A trC- alit., Vj por 8;o; n Australim Odd .per 8 v(. 'Mnr'azii) se--rinti d 1I A Istralia, l0.IJ por 8 )z.; printed outride Australia, Odd. per 4 oz. '"Hanasrd," Okd. per 12 on. Commercial papers nllterns, somplee and inercl;.ondiie, 1d. p. r 2 (2. OVERISEA DOMIINIONS Letters from the Cotr:nicitnweallh to tIle Juited Kirgdn.m, ovrrVen domiiniont, Britih colories and prirtrctorates etcept the New Ile.brides, Id. prr e oa. NEW ZEALAND AND TBEIT?SLANDS. Tlho rates to New Zelmand, Figi and Britils Solumnioi laindt are: Let Id I ol. I'o ards " e lId. D rep Id. a Lo ar ingl d. Do reply ,ld .each hl Magnzities Id. 8 on , ...

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HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 4 June 1914

HAMILTON STO(C REPORT. 'Pal. S!i ftp -" r re.'prt Ii yirdingi of! -,!r, ,L'( i ,) t ., ,,int s r'ai ahd wrth' ,er I ircihldil g 0)0 )lbiius. "1 hI olI ket orPired l 'itrh sri ". r.Inl it' u a -t I a i dt'ii " r tar iar,'[s, r srilly fr airi It tt.?tira r---t li i -" l Q u o in, u a Cii,." s'it i1 , 'r hrIr., 2,/3( :iar23 . ? liii fewl t 23. va '1.;0. t. 0,, ::i' , i Oii 40' with,' ?. :a*?-12 1 I : ta uirixeJ: cWoa- a-d.i: : Iner. 26-. 9J; cO.lhrt?til or is priulala I" a Il; tooal 4), 4I ) ld,, 1a,, 8.lt , r 1.lt : I;ll crition irch tr ', .. €u , .I 1 : ; a , riir n -c .ti as.,lte'diu a e i.Ti Il t,1.;3 9 I. Olthers scordntiii to an itii 3i S-Lui. r Slhliep. Oi,,ly nai it . irlii. . r".-• c ,o g,,r ,t1 ii rpl.liatit,,, aIrd ,vl a)' thilia iwts Cioliltil t a ii .itilla.ictry ili. 1i)r.ovIitairi i lutl' [ripll. Quuriir iris - it hl r, 'r' -rol,? I 1 l ll · l : crlsbl'rdl , ;Vrn 3l I ,! ; eillnii'ln ,k iaier-, 10' I ,Id: Ore, ina riidr' Cwtilxrhnqlik eLwe", I. 30'." lAvr'i' ae h ju.ls a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 4 June 1914

NEVI~R WITHIOUT TI[I~M. "For years I suffeiredt with iudigestin," oayV Mr. IV. P. Dulstano, Mcziei, W.A. 'I tried dozens of meild;ciles, but 'btained no relief. Ifeaoing my customers speak so highly of Clhaberl din's Tablets I gavo themi i trial. After only a few doses moy hIealth was greatly iimprove I anId after a course I was completely reoievedl of both comiplaints." Sldl by Thompson, Brake and Co. Thalt a steoamner arrived ct Adelaid last -week with 480 motor cars to various states. THE Rev. J. HOSKING Minister of the CONGREGATIONAL MISSION CHURCH, Fitzroy, Melbourne. Sends his opinion of CLEMENTS TONIC "I ntas recommended to try Clements Tonic. I was completely run down, suffered from nervous prostration, with insomnia and severe headaches. I had spent much money on. medicines to no purpose. "One bottle put me right and was worth its teight in gold. "I recommend this medi cine strongly. (Signed) JOHN HOSKING." The Rev. J. HOSKING, D.D., is known as an earnest church worker, an...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 4 June 1914

PORTLAND TELEPBONE BUREAU. 'lThe ollo ing is a liut or Lutlephonesnati and chargeo:- harne Fi. 3mine. Additional ofl'iTown Conversation. 3mins. Iran:lholnlo 18id lid Ityaduk le 9d Unpe P1:!-on 2d 2d uCavendish Las 94 Casnterton vob Blroaxhlolmne I 9l (Jasterton via llnlilton is 4d Is Colrline Is 44 Is Condclh 6d lid Clorsley Is 9d Dennengtos LJ 9d DIigby, via Hlleuxldlme is lid Dunkeld ls 9d Glentholmlsceo Is 44 ls Ilawkesdrls , dIs ld HuUlilton s l 9d Plleywood 2d 2d Kentbbruck lid Sd Sihkaslill Is 9d Koroit Is 9d Lake BLola t 10Od I 2d Macarthur ia id Is .l1erino, via lIranuxlholre a Is ld ilelrilo, via llasoilln Is 4d is M.unt ULnlnhbier Is 9d Mlyno Falls Is. 9d ?M vaunmn 6 . 51 Nurruawrung 2d 2d Nselsnll . d ld Pensl,sil.t Is 9d Port Fairy ld Od Port MlcDonno. l4d la Iippunhurst - is 9d 'ryrendarra d lid Yemluk Sd 1d "Wallhceedal ld 6l VWarrnambool sla 9d Wiclliff Isl 10d lIsi 2 Woolthlorspe Is 9l Boe for messenger call, any person dind vilhin one mile--3d. 'Nolte.- lBranxholro ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 4 June 1914

JOB PRfINTTING AT 31FJLBOURNE PRICES. 0ith the tide,otfoutdo boing th. 4I0 l of lorde, and lindingthat o goor ( of 00*1k ii (nl ii o1n t1h district t uarao,w hovo prnocrei 4TUE BKLST IlACIIINF IN TUH MX t.K ET Ire nt w preI~ pad t omlpeeo with the Itlcrn..taolitar n p~rintC on hirow~n Orms :rOLDSiIIH & DMVIS * I)ISERVElr OFFIUE tI1AUAMtE WEIGEL'S 9&" Cut Paper Patterna. Prfec Fitrr m l'orrto ol A 2 s 1 an CHlA ilES VFt NCI I- "AuStraian8S Yet," BIy GRA1T HER VEY, Versets of Vim for Full-Sized Men and ReaIl Astralian Women. "'Gortt Horiry, Ithe leutrr anmootrh r* octerfitiic of ,usotrali.n .'esl. An irtent Itepub irun, thoi '., tig of \i'ouk' ii hilt iif waliant hope. tlitieucively Anatralian. Voieea, I hut itopluitjohn of nmuo Dem 1101 ItUton. urat iin ii tny :ha wyou d have itch htcl the enr t~oP hi l nlolt Wlhitrnna.-LoLuI tn IoLh tuornth 3.' '-'Arme Scan Rovewo Beviows, New Autographud with Niitionhl Platform of the Young Aousrn ii Party and tIrlft of Ia projtoied...

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CORRESPONDENCE It is to be distinctly understood that we [?] no way identify ourselves with the opinion expressed by our correspondents. JETTY LIGHTS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 4 June 1914

CORR~ESPONDENCE' It ii to be dissinctly Junderstood that oe • n ho warnl identijourtrelves oith theopaioonL expressed by otr c rrespoadulents. JETI'TY LIGHTS. (To the Editor.) Sir,--I wonld like to draw the atten ion of those in authoritv to the fact that tender fonrms for lighting the PorLt lanrl jetties cannot be obtained-in Port land. Why ?1 Echo answers WHY?

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PORTLAND HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 4 June 1914

PORTLAND HOSPITAL.I The committee umet at the Town Hall on Tuesday afternoon. Present-The president (Mr. Long), Rev. W. Tait, Mlessro. Wyatt, Woods, Marshall, Mi! ler, Williamson and Murphy. The secretary apologised for the ab sence of the Rev. 8. Cuthbert. CORRESPONDENCE, From ~1. Crowse, Exports Superin: tlndent, notifying despatch of quantity f fsh .--Received with.thanks. From F. T. Moule, stiting that there woull be no further distribution of in conme from the John Russell McPherson find until August, when the claims of the Portltnd Hospital would be con sidered.--Secretary to7 put in a claim. From J. Glasson, Ballarat,that there eas no money available from the estate of James Cottle, deceased, to pay his Sot's maintenance in the institution. Received. t From Under-Treasuaerr that the Go- I vernment grant was payable quarterly, and claims must show at least one-third of,thle amount claimed had been received in subscriptions from other sources. Rleceived. From W, J. Williamson, ...

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ELECTRIC LIGHT V. GAS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 4 June 1914

ELECTRIC LIGHT V. GAS. (To thile Editor.) Sir,-In your report of the last Borough Council meeting we are in formed tlhat the council is to borrow the sum of £3,000 fur additions and alterations to its present OilGas Works" Tihe reason for this, it is stated, is that the works are inadequate to tho present icereascd consumption of that slowly but surcly dangerous antiquarian and far dimirinishiug illuminant. Are we, as ratepayers, golng to further foster the couicil in keeping Portland in such lethlargic state as it hlis been for so years past? Is tihe council awaire that in many towns, of not so much import ance as Portland, in the CommonweaLlth clectric light plants have been ereted? Then why inot here? At Sea Lake on Wednesday last thl6re was a ceremony to inaugurate thi municipal electric light scheme. The plant cost £2,500 Iorrowed front the State Savings Bank at 5 per cent, the repayment extending over a period of 31 years. Could not our council retain the gats works in its pre...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 4 June 1914

THEY SAY That tile remains of some of tile sol. diers of Napoleon I., who lost their lives ini the Egyptian campaign over 100 years ago, were discovered ircccntl at Alexandria. They have been in. terred with ceremony, an imposing procession of British soldiery accn.l pany them to the burial place. That Mr T. I. Smithl's plot of 1l acres on the raceCourse reserive yielded 110 bags of potatoes. The crop would linve been much heavier had it been planted earlier, Mr. Smith not being able to-do so owing to a death in hisr family. There is not the slightcst trace of disehse in thle crop. The same grower intends plantingS acreos at tihe same place next season. Thlere are 15 aecress available at the course yet for some enterprising person. Thalt tihe potafoes were taken out by a potato-digger, tlie ma:nling proving a great success. Tlmt the new Cunard liner Aqeui. tania left. Liverpool on Saturday lasht for New Yorklon her maiden voyage. She is the largest' vessel yet built in the United Ki...

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 4 June 1914

(To the Editor.) Silr,--is it too late for the ratepayers to give an expression of opinion re the decision of the Council to borrow £3000 for thle purpose of patching up our gas works, when other towns are going in for the electric light? Before tile Coun cil got rcports from gasmenl (the cob bler being bound to say there's nothing like leather) they ought to have got in dependent advice on thle whole question of lighting, so thalt the latest and best. method mightl he adopted; whereas if wu borrow £3000, as decided upon, we shall be leg-ironed to an obsolete sys. tern. It has been thle fashion for coun cillors to cay what a splendid asset the gaswolrks would be when repaynments to the sinkiing fund lhad ceased. That long looked for day has arrived. and we are niow told that £3000 is required to put this "valuable asset" into work ing order. May it not be aR ease of throwing gopd money after had ?--I am. yours truly, PROGRESS.

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Our Cable Service TERRIBLE MARINE DISASTER Quebee, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 4 June 1914

Uur UaDle 8Sevimc (ReUTvra TELEGRAM.) TERRIBLE MARINE DISASTER Quebec, Saturday. The Empress of Treland, a magnifi cent steamer of 14,191 tons, belonging to the Canadian-Pacific Company, and trading between Quebec and England, collided with the Storstad, a collier, in the Gulf of St. Lawrence at about 2 a.m. on Friday, and sank 10 minutes after llhe collision, It is estimated all told tlat the Em. press of Ireland had on board 1,387 souls, of whom 955 were passengers. Included among the passengers were 160 Salvation Army officers, on their way to attend the International Snlva tion Army Conference in London. Al together 1,032 people have perished. London, Monday. His Majesty the King has cabled the Duke of Connaiught, Gooernor-General of Canada, conveying deep grief at tile awful disaster and heartfelt sympathy for the mourners. The Kaiser lias cabled to King George, deploring the catastrophe and loss of valuable lives. Among tie seekers for news in Lon don is Captain Kendall's niec...

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Important Hotel Case. Misrepresenting Cordial to Customers. "O.T.', Successful in Securing a Prohibition. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 4 June 1914

Important Hotel Case. Mlirepresenting Cordial to CustomErs. "O.T.', Successful in Scouring a Prohibition. Tile h earing took place in Sydney during the week before Mr. Justice HIervey, of the suit instituted by O.T. Ltl., for an injection to restrain Thomas Oardiner Muir, Licensee of the Surrey Hotel, King and Castlereagh Street, Sydney, from selling or passing off any cordial, not being of plaintiff's manufacturer, as for O.T. Plaintiff company, which carries on business as mnanufacturer and vendor of this particular cordial, claimed to sell large quantitios of it in New South South Wa as, where it had acquired a favorable reputation, and was spoken of and knoen as by the trade and pub ic as "O.T." Plaintiffs charged that, the defendant had frequenlly and habi tually offered of sale and sold and was still offering certain other cordials of similar appearance and taste, but n ot the plaintiffs' manufacture, as and for O.T.; also that whent selling the cor dials defendant, by his ser...

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SUFFRAGETTES. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 4 June 1914

SUFFRIAGETTES. London, Tueslda.. Three young suflLngettes clhailled themslc elves to the main gates of the King's palace. Tile chains were severed. and the women arrested. The burning of "W:arg'rave cli;rchlby sailragettes has aroused intense indig nation. Thrce exploded Ihumbs were discovcrcd among theruins.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 4 June 1914

St. Stephen's S.!INITY SUNDAY. 31st MAY. Canon Carmitilatl will praelh morn ing and evcning. Holy Cimmunion at r tMid dlay." Baptist Church. lSUNDAY NEXT. Trietl,.r-Tlie Past.r II. Itoulttr. G AAl)INEN t wants wlrk by day or colltrnct; blntlngeh cut, tlee.? [irunlled pl'ply " lb.oerrc" oliice. F you want a Ilholseholl or gooil ,dSoln mrtor interview \V. Ilenmt.rs, local aGen for thi alhtic 1'aaoh Dairy Machm ery Co, ANl) .10hI ga' testimony, ?anoylng: I • avw the .Spirit conming ,oI)wn as a dove j [ nr 1nl h eC I t'I,'12n t, nd i h I rc m all no.nn ld u .oll n h i m . And 1 ktnew hii not: but hI, who~ ent mue tu Rapjltite ii witetr, oaid tome: lIe upon whom lhoa shall sc tLIm sipjirit de.cenoiling, auld ru win2 2ining ,on Ijim, Ihe it is that bul ptisetlh with le, Holy (lhosl. Awnl I saw, rand Igave Les timonlly tll't this iH tLlh Sin of (;Iod.-DouUay J:ill, J i Iiit lclalllpter, 82, 33. 34 vorcts Music Lessons. M ISS 1 Mi:EACII EIIN w il rIminii Mlu i: lucisoins .nn M ,nidy, ,J ini...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 4 June 1914

W. HEMERS. CORCHBUILDER, Gesea. al Blac, ksm th,Wheelwright & Horseso PERCY STREET, POTLAN:D;. :.I "" e-' H.. boa: to thi'ca his nuonorouo patrono for their liberal so port In the .Y ali I t oo:ify t~an I a ;e pi lbi P er i that it will his ostant aim ioa thsir o'ilris~ by d?. nuiformly good work. Nor aonlSjeea:-huaI BoggnLe always on Hand. jnsmaithing Done, and all kinds of Agriultural Implemenb~-a Repaired Careful attuntlongloven to the tyrolng of wheels. Estlmates given for all repatrs, If required. rso-Shooin?.g StrIotly A.ttondod to. Bhygio of all Ia?riptioans Repoirnd, 'aioted and renewed. P'lough Repaired 'eado Lightest draught. pv So siwple nd Stronge, They Cannot go WCrongB. U ;irpitc't La a great thing to a aewing machlne,-epeciaity wheon YOU liee Inthe country and have i tr it yourself; WARD BROS. SMachlnes have fewer parts than arty oiher--nothlig to getnot f order. poundaheaper than otlhers We pay ireif?t to your attion guaruotee every tachine--and let you have ...

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THE NEW PIER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 4 June 1914

TII' Nie PhiaII.-Yesterday Mr'. 11. J. l. Campbell, M.L.A., telegraphed us stating that tllej Public Works Do partment had decided to lay water and gas piping on the new pier extension iat once. P. AND A. Socl r.T'.--Members of committee wishing to be entered as do legates from Portland at thel.Mary borough Conference are requested to commnieicate with Mr. G. H M. Ben nett, Portland. STOLEN lAzo~ns.-A suspicious look ing bag was unclaimed at tile wharf at Portland, and was sent on to tlh Port Fairy iagent's ollice to await a chimrant. On being examiried, tile ibg was found to contain 20 dozen of auto strop razors. It appears that these razors wee stolen last April fromn the Mel bourne wharf from a box containing 250 razors. The thief or thieves are not likely to be recovered now.-' Ga zette." CoNDAI.-Potato - digging is now almost completed. Generally the yields we.r poor. Owing to the slump in the market, a number of tih larger grow ers are pitting, in the hope of an ad vance later...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 4 June 1914

Boreavemont Notice. ESSIS. I)S.IMi'NRE BROS I , d-ire to cxLpre~ tlhir "illcere tlhanks t> their iany kind friend- fn' uexprv.-ionis if y-nimlthy ill let tier, cardl, telegiamnis and Io ral triblutcs during thecilr .l lecreiave snient;ailso to l>rs. Slenian andILi Campbell zind Nniiru Brown for their umlirenittiing care and arteitit lli.

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Crossed the Bar. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 4 June 1914

. Crossed the Bar. Yet anotlher of the eaCrly piondeerOs of tlhe-dis' rict ipssed Lway' ty t her Iresi dence near' Edenholp on Ju osday niglit in tlho porson of Mrs. Eliz/a Gutliidg?e (wife of Mr. Richaird Gulthridge, of Edenhlope), whlo was 7i3 years of ago, anid hd lived for 68 years in werious par'ts of the district along the westelrn horder from Po tlaimd. Mmrs. OG li ridge, thetn Miss Elizlm Pitts, ditughter of thlie' late Mir. ]I'redk. Pit'ts, Wattle Hill,: Prtlandtl, earIo witlh her pareints froith England tol Portland by the ship Severn in 184(i, and was lattr on mar iied to Mh'. Guthritlge, who had for fellow passengers in the slhip ws?liolh ln'ougllt him alsb to Polrtland; Messrs. Ri?lhairdLowis (Rifle Dowlns), Moeris Etdwards, and Chi'is L linboi:n (tlhe yiell known h?ose trainecrs', aindi' ailso [Mr. Edlward H-Inty's race lhorsoes Croagh Patrlicl and (roevanoi .s Mr. 0uthridgoe was for some time in t(lIe employ of the Messrs. Hlenty aib Port land, but latler took up fari...

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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 8 June 1914

NEW CSTAC RATE9, The new postil rates, iheloding the peony postage on letter., eCnme in force on May lot. The reduced .rales are as follow: TIROUCG1OUT COMMlc lMEWEALTiI A1ND PAI8JPA. Letler ld pet? toz. Lotte ard ,singl ld cac Do. reply ,ld. coh half. I'olcard,s angl,]d. easoh Do. reply, Id. erei half. P'rinted papers .4d .per 2 ox. Books, pitllllltr'-- lide AUCIrllti, (3 per 8:oz;. It Australia thd .per 8 cx. Magazin e--Printed in Australia, 0Bd. per 8 or.; printed outside Austrulia, Old. per 4 oz. "'uanosard," Od. per 12 ox. Cotmmerciol papers lpattern, samplei atd tnerchal:dtte, ld. per 2 oa. OVEISEA DB lllE1lOiS Letters Itfrom the Commonwealth to the United ?itgdtm, oversen dowtiions, Britih coloies anid protecborateb exCept the New 11ebrides, Id. per B 0n. NIEW ZEALAIND AED l?]? ESLAMDS. The ratee to New Zealatnd, Figi and British Solomon, lIlitndo are: Let Id B ot. Po aida ogle d. D rep Id.ea Le tr ieg) d. Do reply ,ld .ench hal Magazi1es ld. 8 oa, additional 4 o 04d. BokIt, ...

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