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

Boreavement Notioe. ESSItS. oSIUJ'ItNE Iito)S d:,ir to exlress their siIcere tlhank' to • their many kind friiends for exprCe?eiOns l of ;aymlntlhy in letters, Bards, telegiacns uand :llortl tl.rilbtes dr,'ing their sald Iereave .nent,;also to D)rs. Sleeinnu aild Canl' iell stnd SN.Irue lBown for their unremitting .rwe and artention. GARDENER wants work by day or contract; hedges cut, trees pruned Apply "Observer" office. IF you want, a Ulonusehold or good Sela rator interview W. lieineri, loed .agen for the IBaltic Piush Dairy lMaicht 4ry Co, AFTER the expiration of fourteen days from the publication hereof appli- ation willbIe made to the Supreme Court   of the State of Victoria, in it's Probate jurisdiction, that Letters of Administra- tion of the estate of HENRY WILLIAM HAZELDINE (sometimes known as   Henry Hazeldine), late of Portland, in the   said State, labourer, deceased, may be granted to Elizabeth Hazeldine, of Port- land, aforesaid,...

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

St. Stephen's SUNDAY, 14th June.   Canon Carmichael will preach     morning and evening.

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 15 June 1914

Pcttal 1rtLL~(LcrtZ BEVlohI2 'JU LA21i. 1i,,)FlO r the undermeatlonedoffima clole at 1'ortlad;,ao follow: . . 9 I fjqlor~uil 15a 150am _Ir arart lilld 5 . l j.dl 7,5O awl7,0 a m 7 ,Sl a a it U b o 1 7 EU il (tarat 7yo0 7.51 a,21,50a 7.50 4 0an oo~tree ". - p in 9 p to ( 11 I i L Ilaasholmo '""ý;,50 am i7,0 a m Si.5o a 01771117 (1n ; , " ..C1i:o (son :1 10 n;o CIo 750 a Ktoot00 1,5-s : 700 01 7.0aII75 1 7.7 0001 C1a C rldgcwated - 9 am 9 o in 10010 V timsoV SaO pr 5lrrtino& ."" 7.5 a 1,50 . m ;J0O a 7.50 a Ii 7.00 11c in s. lo m rIul11uo i.ri S a 2. 7.0O an :rn.00 mjOan il ti 0 9 roool,'r .. 7,5000 Ia : 7 0 1 0 i DDi'r Drik , .50t I pIaglsli 31%i1,+: eCilnlll d Lys, 7. 70 a, 0). Bore C). 9.50 aV.)5 ii ittotliton a.. dr 91 7 9505 5 pm :50, 9t pf511 m ara -1, *.. am T m 7.5; : p t.tr i" . m 77,50 lib 9 m a 5pm L'lror Pter an ) Tu rt t1 1,7000 . 7 :0 n n 7.701 m 01.lhovrrnr 00 _, 700 am 7.0 a 7:50 m all50 PJo1la 0) a at 70 an \Iltrino 7. no Pan 0r tr. 60 a, 7.50 . E0 O7.0n J(7"m...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 15 June 1914

HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. Fayt 'beep.-We report at yarding of 020 good to prime ewes and wether., includino about.- 0..lambs.... The was a good attendance of the local trade and only one or two outside buyers; still the market opened with brisk competition at prices little below list week's ismpro red rates, and sontinuiog firm through out closed with a.s'.rong demand, at an advance on opening sales. Quotations: - Shrop wethers, prime, 25/8; do., owes, 25/; odd extra, 30/ to 35/; do, good 22/I to 218/9; do., owes, prime,. 2:/ to 25/1l; widh oldJ ex'it, 27/3 to 28/9; and ,II/; do., gorod, 20/8 to 22/; with smtller nitd medium sorts, 14/ to 18/; comebctk wethers (odd sheep 25/), good 321/1: do., nwes, primo, .21/2; ttrioro wetlhere, 23/7 to 25/2; smna!y1', i5/3 to 10/5; do., ewo?, good, 15/ to 17/; cross; bred lamnb. extra, 22/3 to 23/11; prime. 10/11 to 17/I1; do., good, 14/11 to 15/8; smaller, 12/ to.13/G. Store sheep-Only about 550 ewes, with a few small lots of weanore, came to Ilhan...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 15 June 1914

Chronic Chest Coomipintre, Woods' Great Pli'permint Cuir?, /~]U..:' "Quo V Ans."-'Than ks to the elter prisoeof Leitch Pictures the public of Portland will have: Ian opportunity on 'Sattirday, Juiio 0, of w itnessing in "Qtio Vatlis'", the lgreatest filmiprodue tion whicllh the' world "has yet seen.. As appiictui;o':prtoductioir solely tho Aus tralasian rights cost £4000, atid it has beei broughi 'to the Western District of Victoria entircly through the agnecy of Mr. M1'Dolnald, ini whoso hands it should be presented in the best pos sibleo manner linti apart fronn that, "Quo Vadis"' possesess- a particular historical cluirn, as it deals with carly Rome and, the Christiain era, when Christians were compelled to suffer un told indignities and poersecution .to satify the infamous king Ncrorof whom oven the schoolboy knows something, and his voluptuous court. It is pro duced on at remarkable scualo of grami dour, and as a full programnmo of six reels it holds interest from end to end. I...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 15 June 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. ' ie ollowining innlintof telophonnatati ard clargen:.. Nulet Fi 3minn. Additional of:Town Counvernaton, amino. iiirnn.xholmo iS4 Gd Iyndorluk Gr 9d Unplu N,:!on 2 2d Cusvundial l is 9d 'Castorto,, vitn; lirnnxlionlm 1 Gd Cintorlon via liuitiilton Is 4d Ia 'olnraino :Is 4d in Condolh Gd Lid Cronain.. is 9d D.tIilnngion 1; 94 IRigby, via lirunxhlolmo In 9d )lunkoldl In Gd (Gunttltcoiiistn Is 4d Is flnanlrcadllo; la] 9d IlIrarIa1ltol In Gd Illntn'ltnntlt~ 1i4 G d I'~llywood 2d 2d 1\itl.'iink id lid IKithittll in, 9d K(olvii In 9d lakei Boll:n In10d 1 2d *Ifinrltir ln Id In 'I D i;taitomi e Is Gd I Omtjtn In 4+1 In3 t1..nnt (:nhior In Gd M 3ttl Fl'.ls In 9d 2d 2d Nti lntit d 6d fort Gar, d 8d Puorl Mlcljonn 1n 4d In ltj Ini to mhar In . 9d 'llttotlttrn :44 id Y'ninltn Gd Lid WI ullttncetnl Iti lid 1Vttrmn nitttool - ]n lOd in2 ioi lhtnrpe In 9d Fin (Il rncnttinger call, any prrnon dind. N.1'. - tIni:tahnin clnoenfroni pin..toi Sp.m tt dl;ly, antd it o \'idiiv...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 15 June 1914

NURSES of Large Experience Recommend CLEMETS to their Patients. NURSE CATHERINE KORTING of 176 Davis Street. Brunmwick, Vie.. writes as follows (29/2112): CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I am writing about the amount of good CLEMENTS TONIC has done my daugh ter. In January last year, she was operated upon for appendicitis. She was eight weeks in the hospital, and came home very weak and run down. I gave her several bottles of Clemen. Tonic. It soon strengthdb d her nerves, she was as well as I could wish her before long. Fourteen years ago I first used this medicine as a nurse and have recommended it times out of number. I have teenpeople reorcd to health and strength, and bless the day they heard of it. It never fai!ed to do good. ( i ,,ood) CATHERINE KORTING." Never le ottOtlt thl' tnedliuttne it n. .town, with tV ek Neerv . Ilhlt D)iget , I'oor top, tlie or Cy ontitit (f',t It utltl ALL CIIEMISTS A STORES SELL IT. IE I!OUImNI, ['P ICES. .F (w ill tcII t1i ,ltt Il ll'e Iuir.gtlh Iv tI tr l'd...

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Our Cable Service LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 15 June 1914

HOur CaDIe ServicB (RaUTlr'S TIaLEOIIAI.)' LONDON, Saturday. Mr. Bonar Law declared yesterday in the House of Commons that the Governmente knew well that any at tempt to arrest Sir Edward Carson and Ulster leaders would mean immediate civil war and something else. The NationI Rifle Association is slowin' gireat courtesy to the Austral an rile teanm. at Bisley. They aro o•onfortably quartered, and showing good formn. M- Ribot's new French Ministry Ims resigned, being defeated at tlhe irst meeting. A dramatic scone was vitnessed in the Chambe, and a grave )osition created. A war cloud hovers over tlhe Near Fast, and the situation is serious be tween Turkey and Clcece. Altlhouglh defeated on the Incomen Tiax vote in South African Parliament, General Botlha's Ministry hls not re igned. i

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 15 June 1914

THEY SAY That Mr. Grant has an excellent programme for Wednesday next. That a calf, 11 months' old, one of " line bred by Mr W. A. Kittson, of Lower Bridgewater, and slaugtered by Messrs. Osbourne Bros, turned thll scale at 340 lbs.; the lot, from 11 to 6 months' old, averaging 280 Ibs. That I)onald McDonld, of theI "Argus" has received a curiosity ilntlh shiape of a sparrow with an overgro"ll bill. The Coleraine "Albion" .)'s, an overgrown bill is no novelty i, tha district; ask the storekeopers, and they cannot show you plenty, come to u's. Tlhat owing to the winter supplier being short, a further increaseiin thi price of butter is expected.

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FOOTBALL Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 15 June 1914

FOOTBALL Melbourni , Snturday. IFollowing are the results of to-day's matches: Carlton 5.13, Richmond 5.11. Fitzroy 10.6, Essendon 7.8. Geeloog 9.17, Collingwood 5.6. S. Melbourne 13.12, Melbourne 8.7. St. Kilda 15.11, University 10.7. .

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Market Report [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 15 June 1914

Market Report The Australian, Mercantile, Land and' Finance Company Ltd. reporb. 11th June. Slheepskins.-There is no change to report in prices this week, all descrip: tions selling freely at late rates. Hides. - The offerings this week were small compared to previous sales. Competition was keen throughout and all weights sold firm, Tallow.-The market showed a de aline of 10s a ton on all dark and badly rendered lines. Good color lints maintained late rates.

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PORTLAND v. HEYWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 15 June 1914

PORTLAND v. HEY WOOD. A match was played on Saturday at Hieywood between the Heywood and Portland teams, and, resulted in an easy victory for Portland by 64 points to 14.

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THE MOST PATIENT PEOPLE Must show annoyance at times. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 15 June 1914

THE MOST PATIENT PEOPLa Must show annnyance at times. Everybody lihas their hour of trouble. raut people halitig trritation of the skin Have many hours of trouble. Nothing so annIoyilg; iUothing s, irrit ating, . It's ab hard and trying position. Leave it alone and you can liardly bear it. Relief and cure have come at last. People hiave put It to tlle test. Dean's Ointment ctures skin disease. Peoiple are learning that this is so. Here is i case in point. -,Mr. John h1. Dusting, Fioshrman, South Portland,. says;-'-"FoJr some time I hail a patch of Eczema on miy leg. The ailment was almost unbearable. I tried a great many remedies said to cure Eczeit't but they were quite useless in my case. When Doal 's Oiiitnient was recommenuelded to me I did noc have much faith in it, carefully'following the.direc ions, and in a very short,l was cured. This is ia'mar vellous Ointlet, anotd I recolnmenld it as a certain cure for EcCzema " ' Mr. Dusting nakeos anotlher statement three years later.-...

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BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 15 June 1914

BUROUCH COUNCIL. Wednesday, Juno 10. Pretsent-The Mayor (Cr. Willa son), and Cs. Woods, Hanlon, 8it sWyatt, Couch, Miller, Davisndtt nriPOil's. From tlhe Maynr, reportiii, th1t Gardens Committee had consideIS .ed th5 nmatter of pllntirg trc s in Street,.1 al would recommend that all tces to b planted be decidnuos ones, to hle pIsnt cd at least 24 feet from the buillin,,' line of the streets, to be spalred abost one chain ipanrt and p'o c:tcd by cheap picket gu,"rds. The kinds f trees to bo decided later. A numberir owner's of allotmeints iin Gawler street froin Pia!nmr to Bl]ir strec s; Huril street, On both sides from Glcneli ti Gawler street; .from Gawler street t, Jldlia street; from IHenty tre.t t)J Jli: street,lhad agreed to contribu' at thi rate of 5/ for each chauin or portion o chain that, they own.-Tlhe Mayor sail tihe private donations would cov er cost of trees and plan'ing, the conncil to furnisll the necessary. gu'rds. Ti kind of trees to be planted would -0 dcte:mincd ...

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Shire Council. THURSDAY, JUNE 11 [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 15 June 1914

Shire Council. TitUiR3DA, JUNE 1.1 Present--The. President (Cr. Cope) and Crs. Smith.. Righetti, Malnsee, i Devlin, Curter, Philip, Shaw and Ken ned.y. dy. CORRESPONDENCE, Front D. Annett, Condah Swamp, dlrawing attention to the bad state of th, butter factory road.-Cr. Carter moved that the dayman attend to it. Carried. From L. and E. Egan, Greenwald, calling attention to the road at the pro. posed railway siding at Greenwald, the k road at the proposed railway siding at Grrenwald, tihe road at present being intpassable.-Cr. Philip moved, and Cr. Malseed seconded, that the Rail aray department be asked to do the necessary work.-Carried. From Public Works Department, t stating that the Council's application for a grant from the tourists' vote to wards a road from Drik Drik railway siding to the Moleside Creek had been referrod to the Tourists' Committee for report.-Receiv d. From same, alproving tender (for road to Cape Bridgewater (under tour ists' vote). The amount of tender, C209...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Free Library. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 15 June 1914

Free .Library. The monthly meeting of the co5m. mittee of the Fr1ee Library was held onl Friday evening last, when there were present : -Capt. Hislop (President), Messrs. Kaismith, Henry, Fieldiug, Goidsmith, Dillon, and Campbell. Accounts to the amount of £8/13/3 were passed for payment. Th' amount at credit in the b;ank was £274. The publishers of the "Herald of the Star" offered ; to supply this magazine to the institution free of charge, which was accepted witif;thankr. It was il'cided 'to purchase Profes. sor Cherry's boolk "Victorian Agricul ture." An 'offer to purchase the "Boys' Own Paper" and "Gir's' Own Paper" wasdo clined. The Building Committee was authlor ised to forward the plans and specifica tions of the proposed additions to the hall to the Centeal Board of Hlealtlh for its approval. The secretary was instriocte, to for. ward a letter of condolence to Mir. Wiltshtire. The managers for the ensuing month are Messrs. Row and Wiltshire.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 15 June 1914

WI-'A".TED to rent Furni.lhedil Iloai. AW- .\pply thli itlit'.e. _ UADIlILEI, Ashiiemlly, Oddfrllow.' - R Hull, Friday next, llth, Uent., 1/ti, 1adies free. Danciinag 8 shlarp. "'F you wint ;ia lnIl.~lcholl or !gaoiid Sepa rator inaterview WV. Ilecnrc", locil *agen for the lIaltic ln i.lI Dniry Main;clu ery Co, Public Notice * jNYONE; found tre-seiis'sig in ay pro Sprt.y, aIlotiinit t. 8,ctionl i, Hen tinhllL strecti, town lIld pli~hil of olrtlnld.l "vill be prisecitecd. MAIGART 3I. I(-CKLEVY. 3./i/14. ___________ On .FRIDAY, JULY I3, -A Grand Concert ill bI hiCld in the F'rcu Lilnny I[ull. .Proceedil in lid tl f ['rsal'.yterialn Oryaau Wntchl for Ipnlagranuie. ..'i1EE LlliIAItY HALL, I'IRTLAND Satur day, June 20. Leitch Pictures Will prersnt QUO VADIS, T'IeI (;FIretc.( t 'Mvinag l'situle C.veI QUO VADIS, A sirx-rcel frtaturie crml'lri.<iag a full QUO VADIS, hcGreOrcalest Triumiilh of Cinematigii.irnilhic QUO VADIS, hi'l'Ie "tirling hltory rf iearlly rlin andil QUO VADIS,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 15 June 1914

W.:: HEMERS-. COACHBUILDER, GeneralBl im"th, Wheelwright c& Horseshootee: : PERCY STREET, POLTLlAND. H b?gs to th'-'c his numerous patrons for their liberal an port In the ai to ,ify t'isn a I tcs, p sc'i {.saroilly tst it bwillhis ostant aim In their oonS lnP by do. uniformly good work. Now an S?3?and-ha?d Baggles always on Hand. ,,',j- #ounemithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repaired U.,Jareful attention given to the tyreling of wheels. EBstlmates given for all repairs, if required. Horoo-shooing Stricotly Atton.od to. hlggie of all ieaoriptions Repaired, 'ainuad and renewed. Plough Repaired ?atde Lightest draught. to So Simple and Strong. They Cannot go Wrong. Gimolic'ti is? great thing In a aewla ?achtne,-~rpeClally when you tve in the country and have t' 6x it yourself. WARD BROS. Machines have fewer parts thpa atly other--nothing to get out of order. poundsehdaper than others We pay freight to your station gcarantee every machine-and let yvo have it...

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MT. GAMBIER RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 15 June 1914

MT. GAMBIERIt RAILWAY.--A staur was made on Thursday last with tho laying of tbo rails from the Heywood end of the line, and a ballast engine arrived from Ararat the same night' It is expeited that tie line will be laid at thlo.ate of half a mile 'i day. A giang of maen is employed at the gravel.pits, onil the Portland side of Heywood, in procuring the ballast, of which there is enroughi there for the whiole line. DxurrrTtrav.--Messrs, Miller' Bros. will vi-it Portland on July 1st, and at HIoywoqd oil tile il2nl. Bjoa0uoui sToSi CwUssiiS?.;v. PLAv.' 'lThis lavingu been, pliccd ini position in Hurd street, neart the; .railvny line, will h'ave a t'ial ' rui?today. W? lhen everything is foundl to i. rk smoothly, a stutr Will be made in crushing the mainteinance metal. . Foorical, ...-_The' Portland club sent a team to Heywood on 8 it'urday to play a mnatch aghinsi t a' loisal feaiu in con nection with the Southb-WVestelrn Assn ciaitiin's comnpetitiouis. Tihe gaminie ewasn oie-ided nlit...

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ALLESTREE STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 15 June 1914

Ar?ta:rulsI SrHI ,TA SOiroot: -- The working bee initiated by Mr. Cook, the correspondent of the School Ca6iumittee, on Empire .)ay, ~.blumcine. Uar fait: ac compli on Monday last, ..th: -eing's Birthday. Agoodly number put in an appearance, amsongst theml the lresi dent of the s:hool committee, the pro prictorof thepremises beingconspicuoui by his absence. Good andi substantial work was dcne; even the ladies lent a hand, and the gariden was soon tbrans'. formed from a perfect wilder eus io a thing of beauty, arid now, with proper attention" during tllhe coming spring,, will worthily vie witli any of the dis trict school gardens. Most satisfactory renovations were made .to the school surrounding . The picket fence of the garden, the- timber. for wl i:ll (Has kindly donated by Mr. J I. W\\'oods, was not completed owirig to tlhe: non delivery of the timber for the Sar.e; and another dayhas ubeen set ap?iLrt for its perfecting. The ladi s wore as usu tl to the fore with a most liberal ...

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