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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 June 1914

The Danger of Worms Stomach and Intestinal Worms are one of the most common complailllts throughout Australasia. Indigestion is a primary cause, or they may be. produced by Constipation, or through the eating of tainted food or food improperly cooked. There is also the Spossibility of their introduction into the systemln n the form of cysts or germs ill fruit and meat. so that all classes of the community, ilhoespect ile of age, are liable to this co1m plaint. It is not alone tile irritation anld annpyance caused by these para sitical animals that infest the stoem acll altd bowels, but the more seri ois conseoiuences which follow that must be kept in view. From the highly organised and sensitive parts which tlhey occupy, Wolrms give rise to great constitutional derangements, and produce a variety of symptoms, more particularly affecting tile stom ach and Ilead. Ilany cases of Coln vulsions, Epilepsy, Ilysteria; St. Vi tus' Dance, ICelancholla, Nervous Dlseases, and even .Insanity, h...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LIVE AND LET LIVE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 June 1914

LIVE AND LET LIVE. (To the Editor.) Sir,--With present high cost of liv ing, which concorns Portland as much as any part of the Commonwealth, it would be well for our representatives in the Borough.Council to see into the scale ofwages.they have made for the stone crushing .p'ant. ' For heavy manual, labor, such as burrowmen for a:stone crusher, the magnificent sum of 7/6 per day is. offered, .Is tihere any more laboriou?'and tiring work to be found at such a wage ' Again, pay ment is, only for actual time worked. It being. winter now will it be even possible to work the eight hours per doy ? It will be: inmpossible, for as soon as rain commences it will mean a stop until the rain cerases Then deduct the lost time from the day's pay, how is a person to pay his way honessly'l It lhaa always been an object of the Arbi. tratidnr Courts to give a living wage. Surely our councillors do not consider 7/6 per day, with lost time deducted, a'living wage? Why the difference of i/per day betwe...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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HYPERSQUEAMISHNESS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 June 1914

HYPERSQU EAMISHNESS. (To the Editor.) Dear Sir,-I have been follwing events in connection with the Portland Hospital, as recorded in the columns of the "Observer," and I feel that one point in particular calls for comment. One of the members of the committee --Mr. Williamson, I think-gave as a reason why the services of male wards men should be retained was that there was one case in the hospital at the pre sent time that was not fit work for a woman to look after. Mr. Williamson must either be very gallant and hyper sensitive in his regard for women, ir respective of class, or the case for the retention of the wit dsmen must be very weak, when he would advance such an argument. If Mr. Williamson has ever travelled beyond the boundaries of his own borough, or has even a nodding ac quaintance with history, or reads his daily paper, he must know better. Is it not a fact that, almost without ex cepti.n, the private hospitals in this and other States are staffed and also managed entirel...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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THE DOUBLE DISSOLUTION. WHY IT WAS BROUGHT ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 June 1914

THE DOUBLE DISSOLUTION. WHY IT WAS BROUGHT ABOUT. Mr.J. A. Arthur, M.P., for Bendigo, addressed a public meeting at Colie on Saturday night and made some very yertidenb remarks respecting the Fed eral po'itical situation. The double dissolution, Mr. (Arthur said, was a good thing, but the means by which it was brought about were dishonest. The constitution provided that if the will of the people were ex pressed by a majority in the House of Representatives, and the Sqnate per sisted in blocking the will of the people so expressed, then the Senate and the other House should ce dissolved. That provided for a genuine deadlock. Did the electors think the will of tile people had been crying out for the abolition of preference to unionists? The cnn stitution had been large'y slhatered by what the Governor-General had done. He did nob blame the Governor Gen eral, because lihe was inexperienced and unskilled in Australian affairs and Australian politice. He did blame the Government, which k...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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BUSH NURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 June 1914

BUSH NURSINC. The canva-sers for suppt rt towards the bush nursing scheme throughout the Condab district met wi it grhltifying success, an ample supply of subscribers being forthcoming from Condab, My amyn, Wallacedale and Branxbo!me to cover the necessary amount of guaran tee, whereby a nurse may be procured At a recent meeting delegates were present from each place, and the mat ter was enthusiastically tvakn up. The fo'lowine were appointed to the execu tive:-Ms ssrs. 0. Al en, H. Devereaux, atd Mesdames J. Hanks and F. Add inmall, representing Branxhoilme; Messrs H. Annett, W. Robertson, and Mrs. J. Pi'mam and Miss Jenkins (Wallace dale): Messrs. H. Baker, W. Rosevear and Mesdames Baker and Milne (Cot. daih); Messrs. W. M'Lvan, W. S. Dal seed and Mesdames Collins and D. Cameron (Myamyn). Ollico bearers were selected as follw:--Presidentt 1Mr. W. J. M'Lean. Vice-Presidents Mesdames Hanks sand Pitmao. Hen. Secretary-Mr, H. lskero Treasurer -Mr. W. S,Msldeeed. As a guidance, a.liest...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 June 1914

JIENTY MEMORlIALI FUNJD.11 QUADRILLE ASSEMBLY, First of tihe Series. 3ree Library 1 all, Fill DAY 22th. IMusiU by MIr.'Wyatt's Orchestlen. First Class Iloor. The Best Catering. .Double Ticket 3/. aIlies 1/. Seats on the Stnge I/. Dancinig at 8.30 p.m. ?3t;ERLiBlR AY IllIAb, tl'O?lcLAN Satusday, June 20. Leitch Pictures Will present* QUO VADIS, .l'PhL Greatest ihoving l'icltu.' Iver produced. QUO VADIS, A .,ix-reel feature comprising a full QIJO VADIS, 'TheGrcatest 'lriumpi, of Cineialtograplic Art. QUO VADIS, hliu tirring story of early Rouie and Nero. QUO VADIS, with popular acclaim, lhas laenl witnesse'd by twice as many people aii any other llnture " Don't miss QUO) VADIS. Admission, 2s and Is. Music Lessons. I ? 1SS IlcEACIH ERIN will resunie Music Lessuns on Monday, .1June 8. Social. te usual ftinightly Social ineolnee tion with All Saints' Euilding Fund c Ield in the Oddfellhws' Ihlll un idly night, the 12th inst. P. O'DONNELL, Ilol. Secretary. FOR SALE. J URNI''UIREI', consis...

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Victualling an Orient Steamer. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 June 1914

Viotualling an Orient Steamer. The following has been supplied to u by Mr. -I. ,E. Sampson, who was paseenger to and from England' by the Osterley. The extract is from the company's book "A Voyage with the Mails " For the adequate and successful vie' tualling of the great number of people conveyed on one of the Orient line of 'steamships from Australia to London, it is necessary that great care be exer cised in supplying the requisite stores before she ieaves her home port. In addition to the main supply, advantage is taken of each port of call to obtain such fresh vegetables, fruit and fish as may be obtainable. But omitting such items from consideration the proviee ioning order which will be given for each ship before she leaves port will include the following items and quan. tities:-Fivo tons of bacon and ham; 50,000 eggs; tea, coffee, and cocoa 6,200 lbs; 6. tons of butter and 5,000 lbs. of cheese. Fruit will inelude 6 tons of apples, 45,000 oranges, 12,000 lesions, 4,000 lbs of...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 June 1914

1EFVkVJ; L 1 DAI)1. M:Ialsor the undermentioncd offices cloe at Portland as follow: araratand Adelaide 7,50 am 7.50 am 7.50 am 7,0 nam ; a 0 am \larat :.. *.. 7.50 am 7.50 am 7.50 a 7.50 a n 7.t, an. Ioatree .. ... 9pm 9pm ia I m a 7.t1 , L~. Branaholme - 1.50O am 7.50 am 7.50 a m 7.50 an 7.nO in , a. asterton ... .1,0 am 7r,0 am 7.50 a m 7.50 a mn l., nm ".a Cpe Brldgewater - 9 a m 0 a ? Upe Nelson 2 pm Uockat',o Valley "". , (North 1 ,rtlan'd) l .00 a a - r o't'n an I Cadrington - . )pm Opm 9spm I.oo am OCilerine ... -17.60 am 7.60 am 7.00 a .00 sam 7.60 a m a Ciand?r .. - 7.50 am 7.50 ant 7.50 a ,50 am 7.0 a m Dartmoor .. - 7.0 am 7.50 a m Drik Drik .. - 7 i.50 am 7.60 am English MSail,Wednes. days, 7.50 am.' Coras . .. 8.O0 am " 8.50 a I. UamUtlon ... - 7.50 am 7.50 a m 7.0 am 7.00 a n, 7.50"a m 7.50 a m [isywood .. -. 7.? am 7.50 am 7.50 0a 70am.7.50 am 7.50 am Kenthruck.. .. 7.0 a m 7.50 a n L C Bridgewater 9 am 9 am Lyona . ... 750 an: . 7.O5am ,llhourn.. ... 750 am 7.0 a m 7...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 June 1914

TaHe June issue of the Windsor Magttino is a very attractive Spring number, full of important stories by leading novelists and articles of wide range and variety,'all finely illvstrated, The fascinating romance from the ear;ier career of Allan Quartermain, which Sir H. Rider Haggard is record ing under the title of "The IIoly Flow. or," proceeds to a further point of tense interest in this number. The charm of Halliwell Sutcliffe'a style has seldom been seen to fuller advantage than in the latest episode in his picturesque Cavalier series, "The White horses," and stories of strenuous appeal on wide. 3ly different themes are contributed by Herman Scheflauer, B. Paul Neuman, Adam Squire, and other clover writers, while light conmedy of the most exbila rating kind is supplied in the latest of Edgar Wallace's ingenious ' Carfew" stories and the new adventure of the charming young people whom Dorn ford Yates presents so wittily. Charles G. D. Roberts contributes one of the most vivid of ...

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Our Cable Service Quehec, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 June 1914

Our OHabiO Service (RsUTrER's TELInGRAn..) Quehec, Monday. A diver who desceinded to inspect the Empress of Ireland reports that he expects to recover tqo bodies. 'Ie vessel is lying sideways in thirty fathoms. A "DIVINE REBUKE." Commissioner 1clKie has arrived at Toronto from England to act as Gene ral Bramwell Booth's personal repro. sentative in Canada during the present crisis caused by the loss of so mnany of their comrades in the Empress of Ire. lar.d, and to take charge of Army aflhirs. IHe asserts that the terrible losses which the Army sustained by the Empress of Ireland disaster are a direct criticism from heaven, and the Army will endeavour to find the faults which caused it to receive the Divine rebuke.

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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 June 1914

hlEW CSbAC ATES Theu new postal rates, itcluding the penny posuuage on letters, ccnae in force on blay lst. The reduced rates are as follow: THROUGHIOUT COM MIBl WEALTH AED 1'APUPA. Letter Id .pez zC. Lette ards,singlt ,d .ene Do. reply ,Id, uch half. P'otacards,etnglt ,Id. each Do. reply, ld. etch ealf. Printed papers 0ld .p( r 2 oz. Books, pln ti -- uiid, Ausiralia, 00 per 8oz;. n Australia Old .per 8 oz. Mlnl, tln es- 'ritittd in Australia, Old. per 8 z ; printed outside Australia, Ojd. per4 oz. "lunansrd," Obd. per 12 oz. Commercial papers patterns, samples and mntercl;ardie, d. per 2 oz. OVERSEA DOMINIONS Letters fron the Coummtonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversen doominion., British colonies and protectoratcc except the New tebrides, 3d. per j ez. NEW ZEALAND AND TUE 1SLAEDS. The ra:es to New Zealalnd, Figi and British Soelmon, Islands are: Let Id a oa. P'o ards ogle ld. D rep Id.ea Le ar intgl d. Do reply ,ld".ech hal Mlagazines id. 8 oz., additlonal 4 o Old. Books, ld. 4 ...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 June 1914

THEY SAY That Mr. Campbell, ?1.L.A, I iat in formcd the School Csmuiitte that one thousand pouinds has been authorised for re-mnodelling the Plortland State school. and that the work will bepi'o cccdedl withiand teriders called as soon as possible. l'ihatelr '. M. Burke, manLager of the civil service stores, fias ibeenselect ed as Labor.candidate to contest Cor nngaiaite against iMr. J. C.jllanifold. lthat the area to be controlled by the South Australian Oil Company now exceeds 180,000 acres. It is intended to purchase the very latest type of American oil boring. plant. That Nurse Wilson has been ap pointed blh nurse at Conidah, She is the l6th bushl nurse installed by the rV.3.N. Associalion. That a half share in the "West Arus tralian" newspaper (Perth) has bceen valued at £80,000. That the.disptite in the baking trade with regard to day baking and in creased wages is by no means settled. The masters are fighting the matter out. That a great,:review of the British fleet is to be ...

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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. PERILOUS TIMES. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 June 1914

COORRESiPONDE GE 1t t, to be diseirictly' uIderstood tlit t1Oe I. Sta inet tliftsjttyotrclves toith tiheopiptois • ,'m'ssed h? nour carrespontde?,?o. PERILOUS TIMES. (To tlie Editor.) ,ir,-We are told -by an :inspired. writer in one part of hie writiigs, that "In the last daysperi'ious' times shall comre." Also w'e get' frotii the sa'me writer a detai!ed accobunt' of the condi tions which go t6 make up the perilous times referred to. Then, again, in writ ing of himself as a soldier of the Uross, hie gives seven distinct "peri;s"'through whlch he was passing in the first cen tury of the Christian era. Few, wvho carefully read ihe writings of tlhe Apostle Paul will deny that in that writer's epistles are many solemn pro. phetic truths that distinctly pdinitto the fact that this twentieth century has brought us all in'o the perilous times so carefully pointed` out by tli t great and tintashle soldier of Jesus Christ, about 18 ce:turies ago. The details of 2 Timnohy, chapter 8, are so p...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 June 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. 'iTh olloniog is listof lulophonsstati anti ui(rgoo:.... Tomc Fi. irnjns. Adlditions otjTow0 Convorootion, 3mins. '2iranxholmo i8d ld Ilytoduk IF 9d C.lul Žrt!rOn 21 2d Crvundirir is 9.d 'Custorton vatJ I(rattxltolmrrt is 9Id Custeorton via flltniltot Is lId Is :olcrains Ils 4d Is Vottdtl lid 3d Chosslcll l 1s 9dd Is 9d I3runxeholmo . in 9d I)unkold , In 9d Glcntltempsrn is 4d is iin~vkesdeloj is) 9d Hamlllerton In ld Illeywood 2d 2d Ettliritek id lid Iitloetall Is ld Koraitud Is 9d Lakoe ola is lOd I 2d IlacartLur Is 4u is iierirro, via Itrrtliholre Is ld Tlorito, via Hamilton is 4d is Molunt Catibior Is ld iloyn eLrlls In. . ld Jlyarnyn 3d G1 Narrawong 2d 2d Nelson 8d 6d rieoluirst Is 1id lert Fairy 8d lid Pert MeoDnns Is 4d - Is liipponhurrIt Is ld lyrendarra 3d 3d V mniuk 6d 5d VallaccdRal 8ld Ol 4armribiol Is OI .'ictliff In 10d as 2 touitlohorps ) 9 lie for rehtrttgllr call, any person dind erbin one nmile-d. 'Nile.-- llranxhole-o clnsnfnrom p.m. to ...

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BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 June 1914

BOROUCH COUNCIL:. Wednesday, TJune 10. Prescnt -The iMayor" (Cr. William son), and Crs.'Woods, Hanlon; Smith, Wyatt, Couch, Miller, Davis and [Mar shall. Consi SrON DCI. Froln RailIay D)epartment; stating that the'. Comnissioners did 'not con sider velhieulaii' crossing at Otway street necessa,'y. as level crossings for vehicles alra'Jy exist at Lurd and Percy streets, whilst an nrvlrhead bridge is available att Bentinek street, as well as a foot-crossing at Ottway street.-lReceived. Legal advice to be obtained from the Municipal. Associa tion. From same, calling attention to' the fact that lamps had not yet been fixed on the ramp leading to pier railway station.-Attended to. From Lands and Survey Departsment fc rw'arding voucher for £11/14/(i, grant in aid of gordehis.-l eceived. Fonm lns. la lcIntosh, a1siing permis sion to p i it a sign on footpath. [e had ah'(a ly dcnt so, but was informed that, the pia tice was forbidden by I:crough by-law;-- Received lFron, Lands and Survey De...

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ULSTER FIFTY YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 June 1914

ULSTER FIFTY YEARS ACO. (BY NEMo.) There were many other small streets but 'I will only mention one of them in particular, as it was the street where the present head of the Ulster agita tion at that time had his business preo nisnes. The Carson Bros. were cordial manufacturers. I knew them wel, but little thought at the time that one of the family would attain to knighthood and bold such a prominent place in Irish political affairs, but as the old Scottie once said about such another case, "Mino, there's no tellin' what may befa' a man thaee times, gin he'll just keep awa' frae the whusky." The street was called Ann street. It was only about a chain wide and contained all the slum shops and third-rate eating houses. But enough of the street,. To the north of the town was a spur of the Antrim mountains, called the Cave Hill. It ran down almost to the dock, and, being largely composed of lime stone, quarrying was carried on to a large extent and the lime sent to Eng land and Scotland...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 June 1914

JOB 7RINTING 1EI,LBOURNE PRICES. (C vis i~ t lelic.iet. lt r being the 7 hDv Irtrade, rtI' frtirtlhat i ;ood a ri vi i is run frrt th dietrlct t arne ,w haveprocured ,TIUE BEST IMACIIINF IN TIIF MARKET are now prepared to omnpete with the motropolitan printe on hti own ternms GOLDSMITNH & DAVIS SO)BSERVi l lE OFFICE /A L)iME WEiGEL'8 7 Cut Paper Patterns. ., Porfoct Fit i,; k.t- e.A UP. CI-? C ' Es FRIENCI ,?as Never Well. DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS GIVE COMPLETE RELIEF FROM NEURALGIA AND BILIOUSNESS. Neulralgial is caused by poort:tess of l!onod, and a remeldy that will lpurfy tlie blood will overcomti Nieurallgna. That IDr. k 11(rsetn in Spo d ity l(and Ih oroulgh ly is proved bly Ihe follow i g stiatlirent r received fril Mrs. J. ftlyde, j of f', IEv 'lyn Ist..olelbournl. Vicloria, w'ho ?" wrtles:- "hlJst I few r' .,n r n'lih, lines in refer ence to your Dr. Morse's Indian holot !'ills as a Imedicine. Durling the pa:=t wo'ycears I suffeored froml S?k Hle,ld aches and N...

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Shire Council. THURSDAY, JUNE 11 PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 June 1914

Shire Council. Tirt DAY, J,?': L PAYiMENTS. Contracts-J Rundell.£5, A Thnm son £2/11, J O'Connor .1/8, J £65, S Beavis £2/1/2, SD)cvli'n.i £3 E V Mar[nsfiehl £75, A B ,wes w £55/i I)evlin and Foley £41/9, 1; Ii, £:3(/18, T Kemcpton £15, T1 Atiit L.7/10, Walsh and Sharp £.2/19/5, I Jeffries . £8/l17 Deposits-.-. ThIe son, J O'Connllor, S Devlin, E V fan field £1 each; t Bowes £2, DIclin nod Foliy £4, it H Bhlack £1, T MablitF £2/l11; R Jeffries £1. fDay Labor-lI lundell £1,2/I J Hoggan £12/1(;, - Brown £3/13, W L Garnett 7', J , Pedrazzi £2,, A S Arnott 10/, WY Baler £1l, T Wilson 15/, F Bla3y £?, W Taylor £9/10, J Taylor .£2/16, W 7/6. Pieco \Vork-W-Walsh ail Shaq £o57/0/6, ?I Jeffrieis £7/1 I/8, J Porter £10/ 11/6. Maitteriitl-- Monier Pips Co. £17/j/10, Allen and Errey 15/6, W.D. Steamship Co1 5/2/5, 11 Mackna X£/2/3, G IH Price £9/15, lenbohw and Price £25/1I/6, Campbell ,and son E11/5/8, A E Pitts 15/6, 'Taiyl,' Iiu, £4/18/8I ; Sithiries-Secretary £17 10, lEgineer L£25. Stock Le...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 June 1914

W. HEMERS. COACHBUILDER, General Blacksmith, Wheelwright & Horseshoer PERCY STREET, PORTLAND. If. bogs to thae't his numerous patrons for their liberal au port in the " aaI" t natify th3 nal I p I bij 4p l a:tly that it will his cetant aim In, btit1ciroaltene; by ,do. uaiformly good work. Now ani Saoand-h.id ;B:aggles always on Hand. .aunamithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repaired , Careful attention given to the tyreing of wheels. Eatimates given for all repatrs, if required. arsao-Shooing Strictly Attondoe t). Rtggio of all des??ciptin R paired, -'aintad and renewed. Plough Repaired Made Lightest draught. Go Simple and Strongi, They Cannot go Wrong. Sit pllctty tl - a great th gt o In sewing machtne,-especiallyt when you tve it the country ddn have a fix it yourself. WARD IIROS. Machines have fewer parts than aly omher--sothtng to get cut of orler. lyounbs cheaper than otther V;ea pay freight to your attlen" enarantee every mnachine--and let you Ihae i...

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Baptist Church. SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 11 June 1914

B3aptist Church. t'iJAY NI~XT. 1 encIIL ci---TIhc Parstor 1JI. l~uultei". 4Cbinn to Stni 8 : t An Englishu i"Maunl Of God "Will. Both.__

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