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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 June 1914

Pctal .Azug er LI' U1,11l.]) ]G LAI, h. Masla'a!o the undtrmatloned officeas loae at. fortlaud:as follow: • , 0 arnrat nad Adclalide 7.50 a rI . ti a rn . L a i , at larat. ... 7.50 a tm ,50 au 7.,00 t' 7.0nan, u7.i : 1'4 Iear.c.e 9 p m 9 p m 1: I .1.t u. raanxholme ...60 am 7.50 m 07.0 . am a v .it I . ;,. a.? as ocrton ... - O-7.50 am i7.0 ma t 17.,0a ia 7t . i , 7 tit, t I 'Cape Iridg:water 9 , am 0 . mn Clp. aela?n .. o2 aruI I 1 Ouakatoo Valley . I LWorth I.'ortlanl) 5 8,50 an t .7 a n I I' , .aU I Colring'on -..) Fm pm9mm il, ' ..`5 p Colaraino ... - , 7.5Oa a 7,0 am 1750 m 170 a in 7.0 In..L n, (Oadah .. ...*7.50 a 7.50 r.50 an7.'0 a in .50 a u Dartmoor .. 7 m50 - ? am .0( ,rik D)ri .7 .. 70 am 7.0 a n, IEaglish Slail,We.Ilte days, 7.50 am., arac .- .. .|50 am 8 (0 an Llt milt.on ... -.5.50 m 7.50 am 7.50 am am . 0 a as 7.50 a ioeywool .. 7.50 a am750 a am 7.50 am 1.0 am 7.00 a in 7.50 am Kentbruck.. ... 7.50 a m 7.50 a at C Brlugawa.ter - 9 am 9 alm' L'yon . . .. 7 n0 a n 7....

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 June 1914

NURPES of Large Experience Recommend CLETNTS to their Patients. NURSE CATHERINE KORTING of 176 Davis Street. BIrunswick. Vie., writes as follows (29,2/12): 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 herseveral bottles of Clements Tonic. It soon strengthened .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 seen people restored to health and strength, and bless the day they heard of it. It never failed to do good. CATHERINE KORTING." hrver rewllhout this TRElldiclne II roll Io ll, with Weak Nervs. lhd I)Jge.l,tou. T'-Iotr p e torMlt o .,rrrlS ptlrP tOl, I tr Ilr1. the nStllll:.ll sp'tcoll il order x.11l1,ly. A OIL ClIEMISTS a STORES SELL Ii. JOB PRINTING AT ?31E';, UOUi...

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PREMIER WATT RESIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 June 1914

PREMIER WATT RESIGNS. Mr. Wat, informed his colleagues at a Cabinet meeting on Tuesday of -his intention to resign the Premiership. They expressed regret, but congratu lated him on the sacrifices he was mak ing on behalf of the public. Mr. C,.rty Salmon had a twenty minutes inter view with Mr. Watt befo:o the latter finally decided. Mr. Watt on Tresday evening tendered his resignation to Governor Stanley, and recommended his sending for Mr. Peacock, who will probably in vite Mr. Livingston to take oflice. On the advice of Mr. Watt the Go vernor sent for'Sir A J. Poeacock, and ie agreed to carry on the Govornment. The Ministry as constructed will be sworn in on Thursday tiforning, and it is understood that Sir A. J. Peacock will act as Premier and Treasurer, Mr. ,Murr y as Chief Secretary and Minister of Labour, and that Mr. Livingstone, the honorary memotier of the Cabinet, sill be appointed Minister of Education. Tbe other portfolios witl lremain un changed, but the question oflthe...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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NEW [?]STAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 June 1914

htW ?6bAG RA1ES, The new postal rTtes, ijlcluding the penny postage on letller, clrne in force on May let. T'he reducetl rates are as follow: TUHROUGHOUT CO1M MON WEALTHI AN) I'Al UPA. Letter id pet az. Lutte atd,,'oingltld nac Do. reply ld. each half. Pos icards, stIgt4 l ld . each Do. reply, Id. each half. 'rinte.d pmpers 0ld per 2 oz. Booke, In,- -',td, At, tralia, U1 per 8oz; n Austrili t 0)d .per 8 ez. Allntazun es-Printttd i, Australia, Old. per 8 oz ; printed outside Australia, 04d. per 4 oz. "Hanosard," OI.hd per 12 oz. Commercial papers patterns, eamplee and mercht.ardise, d pt r 2 (12. OVEIISEA DO(llNIONS SLetters from the Ctn.tnonwealhh to the United Kiogdtm, n vcertrea dlomirinns, Britihll.cololniel nrd prtItctoratee elept the New Htbrides, id. pet (i2. NEW ZEALAND AND T'?EISLANDS. 'lhe rt:es to New Zealand, Figi and Britlbb Solnoo lsanda h.re: Let Id A 02. l'o ards gle ld. D rep Id. ea Le or il?l d. Do reply ,ld .each hal Mlagaziles id. 8 oz , addttional 4 o O)d. Books,...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 June 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. iho~ (llo;aing: msa lisoto telopllono:olati 00(1 chanrgeao:. Iraoio FL. 3mina. Additional OilTowfn (3oovorontjou, 3mino. 'lntO2Iholnlo 16P 64 lyndtitlc So 94 Uun~l S'v!.on 2.1 2d (A(VOOntljfh I( 9.1 CLraotorloi, viaj I~roOlllllall) ii 91 (J~oterton via ~oloraino jia 44 in Canrdid3 64d f14 CooH~l~ Jo 94 ligl~y via Ilrai Oli~otio So 9d lIunoctnl So 941 (1iolior~ll~'Opo so 44 Ia lii kwkns4lr e~ loJ 94· II unit ionl In 9d1 Illlnywaood 24 24 tluke halol In 104l 1 24 luuicirlhlir I . Ia Ilrriili::iiav 10q~ 9 lI1u'uijlin So11 44 101 ~I.·Iuyan F~Il Ia 94 N~rriwnogr 24 24 'n\l,,iolrl Ia 94 panl~ tarot S 9 41 8 li'rrn iharra 14 34 I kYirrnaa.ior hO 94 WIl'jl S Od Ia 2 Fin' tar aIrIIHnaragr colt, any Troman dm4r vhialer nnr nubl- 34. Ni~l r.- II ur ohlca dona C IrHoIIOn por. to SP." Ii (lly, md1~ 00 IVednrl nady ram noon -tCl,·i Trimtl 12 :10 1,1am. ho 1.30 13.301

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Our Cable Service GREECE AND TURKEY. WAR INEVITABLE. Athens, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 June 1914

Our GaDI. 8arvi10 (Rou.riin's TELEGRAM.) GREECE. AN1) TURLKEY. W, AR .INEVITABLE. Atluhns, June 15.' Th newspapers .,in Greece declaro that w"?i.:is inevitisbli between Greeco and Turkey.. Tle' public generally doe maniids tlhe icputriatiui of the Greeks who h;ive been despoiled of their pos' sossiofis, the stoppage of persecutions, and the payment of an indemnity. Naiival preparations by Greece are proceeding with gleat aetivity. Tur key's reply to a note from Greece con. sist of dilatory promises, such as will rendeir aconflict inevitable. Botb countries are purchasing large. quantities of English coal. SGreece has purchased a warship from American. .'Greeks working in Tiurkey sri beling dismissed. SBulgatia has i"solved to be neutral iii the vent of a conflict. Panlis, Tuesday.. The Chamber of Deputies carried s-. vote of confidence in the Cabinet by 302 votes to 139. This is one of the largest majorities a French Cabinet over obtained. The Socialists voted against the Cabinet en...

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HEYWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 June 1914

HEYWOOD. At a m-eting of the Heywood t'astoral and Agricultural Society on Wednes day evening, Mr. J. Best was o'ected president for the ensuing year. Com mittee and ollice bearers were appointed as fol'ow:-Messr-. J. Beavis, J. J. Barclay, W. Ryan, A. C. Read J. M'Lellan, D. Wright, J. Bell, C. iHod getts, J. Price, J. Hogan, J. Cundy; secretary, M1r. C. Beavis: auditor, Mr. L. Righetti; treasurer, Mr. J. Best. A meeting of the Heywood Rifle Club was held on June 2nd, and the Easter trophy presented by Mr. R. 'Napier, was handed over to the winner Mr. A. Day, the prize being a go!d sovereign case. A very old and respected resident of Heywood passed away this week. Mrs. Saunders, who had reached the age of 81 years, and had been in failing hoalth for some time past, died at her daughter's residence in Melbourne last Sunday. The body was brought to Heywoed and interred in the Heywood cemetery. A very large number of friends and relatives followed the re mains to the graveside. ' he R...

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QUICKLY DISAPPEARED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 June 1914

QUICKLY DISAPEAIItD. "All liast winter I lnd my twohO?s with very bad colds," sas Mr. (. Arclbo No. 1 Blalker street, Ioewishalm, N.8S.* Havring heard front a trivec; about Chamber lain's Cough Remedy I gave it i trialld tl the resnlt that the colds quickly disappeoreh My baby, aoge four molonths, has Ia l now and I a? girivleg him Chlmnl'rlni"? Cough tRenmedya und there is alre;tly, lical InproelnlOnt." Sold by Thomns'n , l'ekh o' Co. That there wera 451,000 spectators at the international footbhll m~tch'l t Sydneylanst Saturday.

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STRANGER THAN FICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 June 1914

8TRANCER THAN FICTION. (BY PETER,) Much speculation has been indulged in as to the time and manner of the presen'ation of the case to the Governor. General for a double dissolution of the Federal Parliament. Peter knows. It is his business to know, and also to tell. Scene: Government house. Mr. Cook-"I wish to again present[to your Excellency the case for a double dis-." "Walt. I am always pleased to see you on any other subject, bu myny decision on this matter is irrevocable. Preference to unionists was a purely administrative act and may be repealed by another administrative act. And as to the Postal Vote Restoration Bill. I think the ladies whom it will mostly affect will have their attention fully taken up by filling out applications for the baby bonus, and devising means of spending it, and will not bother them about ballot papers, Unless you can-" "I can, I can," cried .Toe, forgetting Ihis habitual calm, "your Excellency lhas no doubt read of "Commissioner" McKie's assertion ...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 June 1914

THEY SAY' That a certain young man from Cockatoo Valley is trying to aspire to lics Vce. That kissing is forbidden when the blind is rolled high. That Captain Moodie, of the dis. abled steamship Cairnhill, who, with four o'lh'rs, spent 53 days on his vessel drifting aimlessly about in the Pacific, has arrived in Sydney. The rest of crew left the vessel and landed on an island. Tw'o New Guinea steamers found the vessel with a broken shaft and towed her into a German New Guinea port. That over two thousand delegates fromn all parts of the world attended the Salvation Army Congress in Lor doll. That a travelling scholarship, found ed by the Wattle Day League, of Bris tol, in England, has been awarded to Miss Daphne Mayo, of Brisbane. That the Outtrim Coal Company is removing all its maehiny to a new mine at Kilcunda. This will mean the practical extinction of the town of Outtrim. A large number of houses las been removed to Korumburra, and 20 others will be removedl during the next few...

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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. ELECTRICITY V. GAS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 June 1914

. l RRESPO NDENCE - ?t?, tIo e dieinc.tly muderstood that we a 1 ,o ctay identify orselves with thcopinione -'pressed by o'n correspoutdents. ELECTRICITY V. GAS. (To the Editot.) Sir,--Since" my, letter in the "Ob server" of the 8th inst. I hive had ex pressed to me some very curious and erroneous beliefs anl ideas as the relm live merits of gas and electricity as power and illuminating agents. The object of my present letter is to dispel as far as possible the cloud of false ideas entertained by the public on the matter. There is no denial of the fact that whtrn everything from the power house to the consumer is of the best quality and properly designed and fitted electricity is fsr the superior illu minant. Electricity affjrds cheaper and cleaner lighting than a town gas Fys tdm; the cost of repairs to the power plant, mains, etc., is also far less than in the case of a gas supply. Moreover, when carefully selected and appointed, an electric plant is tLn illuminating systetm witho...

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Market Report [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 June 1914

Market Report The Australian, Mercantile, Land alI F'inance Company Ltd. report. 11th June. Sheepsklsins.-There is no change to report in prices this week, all descrip tions selling freely at late rates. Hlids. - The offerings this week were small compared to previous safcs. :osmpctition was keen throughout and all weights sold firm, Tallow.--The market showed a de aline of lOs a ton on all dark and badly relndered lines. Good color lines saintained late rates..

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WALLACEDALE NORTH. (From our correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 June 1914

WALLACEDALE NORTH. (From our correspondent. A very enjoyable evening was spent In th'e hill on Faiday, when the \Val lacedale Ebony Minstrels made their first appe?riance. Each one handled his part in good style. Mr. J. Waters oc cupied the chair, and Miss Ethel Cross acted as accompanist. The proceeds of the concert were in aid of the Wal luceda!e football club. The items, in terspersed by numerous gage, were as follow:.-Overture by the' Ehony Min strels Band; song by company, "March ing through Georgia;" sung by 'Mister Brown' (Mr. W. Lea) 'Silver B-11; song by 'Mister Green' (Mr. Haitley), 'Who's your lady friend i'; song by 'Mister Brown,' 'Every Poily loves a Ssi'or;' selection by Ebony Minstrel' band; song by Sambo (Mr. P. Waters) 'Eyes of Irish B'ue'; song by '.Mister Brown', '0, you Beautiful Do I: song by Sambo, 'Rio Grande;' dialogue be tween Poimpey and Sambo, "A Narrow Escape;' Company song, 'Ma Creole Rose; musical selection ; duet, Miss Milne and Mrs Saunder5; song by ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 June 1914

hi;xfbe m3liJ at ;n .*IERCOME DY DR.: MCnSE'S CNDIAN ROOT PILLO. :is. I l.t Kei:ly, of 1 79 Caan:i.g Ca 'l '. 1 1 it.Ollo , io. W rites:- * tan:n , tr:, I 1r. iMor '?s hldian S loot Lil;s lot U o:itipiattion with which I ýK? "?.?.) .suffered gically for I"n lly ,years, - atcr availing myself. of na.y .o(lther litcd.cines, to. little or. no e effe c t, I %ound your re / '// medy good. ,, l'/. .IThey do not purge, but act ,In a, soothing "ay, and I believe they suit me much better than other .remedies. 1 fre Autent!y recommend them to my friendsl so suffering. You can iuse this tetlinc.uny io n the hope that. it miay assi:t. an y.folk afflicted with ebhttate Conitipatllol. They are alao a 1t'ood fanilly, medicine. I use 1ti ten wlen necessarv with my chil <ren, they act. so mildly. " To naialnit it healthy system the Io\'el: rt.hould opera:o at least once t'ery 24 hours. This is one of Na tlo's wise provisions which is too ltenl iegnored, nd thie reslt is un told euffrritg....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 June 1914

CCOMMODATION for Itwo Gentlo 4 man Boarders,'Percy street. Apply "'flomcly," eco Observerollice. L OST, on the Heywood road, £3/10! ii gold, and 10/ in silver, in pure.. tRe wnrd 111/in returning same to this ollice, orto 1W. T. Twaites, Gofne I oct ollice. ,ORI SALE, by tender, large Bookcase, suitablle for schlool or Mechanics' In sititutc library. Tenders received till 25th ist., adtdressud to E. Davis, secretary lvehlalites, Portland. W ANTED to rent Furnished Itooom. SAlpply this office. F you want a HIousehold or good Selm rator interview W. Ileneirs, local agen for the Baltic Paansh Dairy Machln erq Co, Fublic Notice. A. N L'ONE found trespassiag on my pro perty, allotment 8t, section 5, Ben tinck street, town and Iparis?h of Portland, wIl lhe prosecuted. MAl1GAItT M. DUCK LEY. Ji4/6014. On FRIDAY, .JULY 3, A Grand Concert Will Ie held in the Free Library IHall. Proceeds in aid of Preslyterian Organ Fundl. Watch for plligramlituc. Portland Market. Sale Yards at roar of Royal ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 June 1914

W. HEMERS. COACHBUILDER, S.:General Blacksmth, Wheelwright & Horaehoo '.PEROY STREET, POLITLAND.':'": l: ogo?a- ' 'thier 'hionunoiroueFiatroins' fsorfHirliboral ~i portIn t? ho.. azi ton atify ton ta (t o p oblit .las toIly tht it willblot cetant aito In thltor oaoila.e by do, uniformly good work. Nw an?i Sa3 5?:aI-hia Biggles always on Hand. .unrmilngit-,Done, and. all kinds of Agricultural Implements Roepaired Caroful attention given to the tyroing of wheels. EatiOtiates given for all repairs, if required. 1vr:: so-Sholng Strictly Attondeo to. T ig?i , aitt.iption4It t ppirol, aintudl and renewed. iplogh Repaired Made Lighteest draught. [implicity 1,.a great thing Igg e s you live In the country an havre Ht' iX ityourself. WARD BROS. Machines have fewer parts than ady other-nothlug to get out of dorder. Poundhscheaper than others : We pay freight to your station you have it on easy terms. 700 e for illustrated Catalog-poste S tree. lMachines oe all ma?tes repairet, St c1dl...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 June 1914

FUNERAL NOTICE. MI/f IIMI tRS of the Tleywoold Division. O('rder of the Sons of" T' empormnco u1e reIqulsted to lattend the funetal of their late iBr. Willinn Rligby. The fu neral leaves the lMethodist Church, HIey wood, at. 2 o'clocl on Friday;. A. LONG, Secretary ]'ortland Division. Bereavement Notice. MIU. N. DENT AND FAMIILY desire _Lto thank their 1many friends for thuir kind sympathy, letters and canrds iii their recent ad bhrea'vement;; also Drn. SleieanI and Canlipbell for t;ieir kind and uremniting attention. Bereavement Notice. 1i. 1. \VII'11'SlliE .Iud Fiam l'ily ex 11press their since)re 'hanks o till the kind friends who showed their sympathy in their sd l b lreavement by seiilililg let ter'i's, cards, ild floral tributes'. Also, Doctors Sleeinan and Omaphell, d u rS. nes JaIrrettn for their inilld attlntidn.. In Memoriam. iIAI I'l'YYN.-rIn luýiling-inelnoly of lly deaC husllaild anlld I1our father, h who died ati Portlaniid on the 17th 1June, 1910; also of 'ily d'lr da...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 18 June 1914

Or'rru,1ltr.--.W'edeeply regret having to record the death of Mr.. William Rigby, which took place at the. Port. land hospital yesterday. Thiedcersi;d was +i' resident of Heywood for. mrilry years, Lut remiroved to Porthlnd ablout twelve monthls ago. He was highly io' spetcd for his umany sterling qualities,: being indistrious, peaceabloe arid ever" ready to help:any dse ?ii; _ caHuse. HIo was of i i ingularly obligi?n ;disposition iand deemed notlhing a trouble to 0bligo a fricndul or noighboui :Hlheld a numi ier :f oillices unllkr ti'e Shiro Council, and was alo earetakerandi libirarliau of thle Heywood Mechanics' Institutie, and was regarded lis a most tr'usti'oprtliy oflicer., lie was a member of tIhe Sons of Tleniperance aid t stoeward of: the Methodist Church. D ?itl. ttias due to' paralysis. Deceased, who wars aibouit 65 years of geo .leaves a widow and (by it former mu iri,ngie) i growin up fuanril5, Tie funeral w ill take plurce ait Heyw ood to morrow. USED IT ININDIA. "Dur...

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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 June 1914

S lt;IW STAC RPATES, T'he new pot ol! rales, itcluding the penny pot ,rge on letters, cameu in force r, il..y lht. Th+e reduced ,rates are as fdIhw: Tl(OUIH01:1OUT' CO"1 M ?lON WEALT'I} Al\D PAI lI'A. SLetter Id .pj tz. Lelle ard s,sig I ,ld .rac Do. reply ,ld. eauh hllf. rPorlcn:rd.,tslIgl ,ldl. ench Do. reply, Id. i:eh llf. Prilntd p.apers O?d .,i r 2 oz. Ilo lks, P n~lt - - - ', . Acotralia, (, per 8oz; n Auntr ,lia ,} Id .per 8 ez. Inlaun?zn e--' riuttd it Australia, Old. per 8 oz.; printed outside Austr.eli, Odd. per 4 on. "}alnsard," Old per 12 oz. Conlomercial p'eers patterns, umples and nLerecl.t tlte. Id. per 2 oz. OV,:ES,'A I:c(nl;nIONS Letters frirn the Coln?,lnwenallt to the United; Kipgdinm, 't.ere?a dominions; BritihI; colonies and prtitctorates, except the New Iltbidee, ld. petr 1 an. NEW ZEALAND AND T11EISLANDS. 'The r.:en to New Zealantd, Figi ,nd British Solh mno .hinds are: Let Id A? z. Po atds Ingle Id. I rep d. ea Le or iugl d. Do reply ,ld .nch hal Magazines Id...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 June 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. T'he olloiing ia littof tLlephnonetati andl clhrrgs:.- hamew Fi ",nii. Addition; oiToa n Ull vesrration, :mina. , lrauxhol"o r Jr d 6d Byuduk 1 gd. Utlie Y<e!-on 21 2d C(avendish ,l 94 "Uuaterton vial Iiraxnsholmno l3a L~naterton via Hl.amilton la id 1s coleraino [ls 4.3 I C(ondah ;dl 5j1 Cliosled.- s 9d Din)ingltoa. J . 9I d 'Digby, via lranxoolmoin la Od" Dunkeld la 9d Glentllhenpson la 4d sl l.lwkeIsdi le ]isa 9d Hllamilton sa Dd Hlilywood 2d 2d l-nll brusk Gd Gd SikstlMall la 9d ',itL Is 9d l.ake o llol l 10d 1 2d Mhae.rl hur sla 4d la " Ierinn, virt 18rar.hnolse i g d . itri io, via f 3llrilton Ia 4I d Is M,,int iGanior la 9d '. Iyn nl FaIla 9Gd Atis3 5ll Gd 5-1 N. wirong 2d 2d Nd 6d . ndiur~it la gd ! t,'l1, ms1 ls 9 d l'ort ,airy 8d Gd ',,tr MrIcDone I1 4d In Hiiponhur, I s 9d Tyriv'ndi rra .ld I , 1nuk iC od 5d S\Vallaced.ll 8d 6d W i.,u ,,lhool la '1 icklirf Is lOd 18 Wiol lstihrsle la 9l Fee for rinesrngpr call, any person dind vitlin ...

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