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THE EARLY DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 June 1914

THE EARLY DAYS. Mr, S. G. Marsden Maddock writing in a Melbourne daily, mentions an. interesting letter of interest to Port. landers. He says:-'-In July, 1853, His Excellency Lieutenant Governor La Trobe addressed a circular letter to a number of early settlers (nearly all of whom have now gone to that bourne from which no traveller returns) re questing information as to the time and circumstances of the first occupa tion of various parts of the State'(then colony) of Victoria. One of the many interesting letters received .by Govern or La Trobe was from James Blair, Esq., of Portland, which ran as follows: Portland, 13th August, 1853.-My dear Mr. La Trobe.-I received your Excellency's note of the 29th ult. some days ago, but delayed replying till I had satisfied myself by inquiry on some points I was doubtful about. In Jan uary, 1843, Messrs. Addison and Mnrray brought sheep from Van Die men's Land and (eouk up Dunrobin (the first station forme]1 on the G'enrlg), on the west bank of...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELECTRICITY V. GAS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 June 1914

ELEtRIQOITY V. GAS. (To the Editor) Sir,-In my letter inrlast Thursday's "Observer," I dealt tersely with some of the advantages possessed by elec tricity over gas. I purpose to make a few more remarks with reference to 'he question both fronm the consumer's and Borough' COuncil's respective points of advantage. Although I gave tho illu. min~ting valhe of electricity through the medium of tungsten lamps, and aiggested a price for current, I did not state the re!ative cost of current for lighting as compared with gsa. Truth on the matter will be an agreeable sur prise to the reader. Gas is charged for at the rats of 10/ per 1000 cubic feet for lighting My proposal was to supply current for 7d. per unit. Their respec tive illuminating powers stand thus : Gae, 20,000 candle.power-hours at 10!; electricity, 2000 c.p houots at 7d. Now, at this rate it takes 10 units to equal 1000fe. of gas, and the cost is 5/10 as against 10/in the cese of gas. Electric lighting for the streets would be ...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 June 1914

NURSES of Large Experience Recommend CLEOE 0TS to their Patients. NURSE CATHERINE KORTING of 176 Davis Sire, Bnrunswick, Vic., writes ai 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 her several hottles of Clements Tonic. It soon strengthened her nerves, she was a.-, 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 tohcalth and strength, and bless the day they heard of it. It never failed to do good. CATHERINE KORTING." Se'oL Cbe withSll TOliS SElkL,,, IT e tt I'mir Apetlite or Caliosiis t t1 ALL CIIEMISTS & STORES SELL IT. Isu CIEIIT **" **AE -* LII ^*_ JOB PRINTINTG AT 1ELI1),O U RN iIE PR 1ICES. ( f l 0 kitI. :Lfr ie,rh, i heingth 17 laoftrurdr,...

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Market Report [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 June 1914

Market Report The Australian, Mercantile, Land and Finance Company Ltd. report. June 18. Shccpskin;.-Keen competition ruled this week's sales, all descriptions sell ing very firm Hides.-Tho market this week was well supplied, competitioirwas restrict ed, and all sloppy conditioned and bladly flayed lines declined id to ld. Good conditioned lots imaintained late rates. Tallow -The market for all classes declined 15s to 20s per ton.

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 June 1914

THEY SAY : That the engagement is announced of Henry Hunter, of Ma'rathon, Toorak, and" Carolin e Agnes Henty (Line), elder daughter of tleo late A. M. MacLeod, of TaliskLr,iand of Mrs. A. M. MacLeod, of '.Talisker, Mlerino Dowtns. Tlhat awell nourished male child, about three 'months old, was on Wed nesday night .left on ai doolstep of.- a priviateo hospital in H-inilton. -.The police are inquiring. That the' first wallaby Seen in the Portland: districb for:nmiuiy years .was witnessed by Mr. Hemers on tho heath lands. Tlhat subscriptions to the amount of £36,800 have been promised towards tlhe establishment of a Catholic. College in connection with the University of Melbouirne. 'he total cost is estimatdd ap £100,000. That while M;. Joseph Angliss, aged 79, fatlher of Milr. Angliss, M.'L.0, the well known meat exporter, was trying to enter a traini in a Melbourne suburb when he fell between the platform and moving carriages aiind wais killed. That Mr. Rudolph C. Iochl, one of the o...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 June 1914

I NEVER WITHOUT THEM. or years I sIffered with indigestion," ,st. Ie . P. Dunstan, Menzies, W.A. Stied dozens of. medieines, butl obtained relelf. $ ea, ing my ¢utOlstners speak so highly of Chamberhl'o Tablets I.giave them ,trinl After only a few doses .y health w greatly ilmproved lild afteraco-reo I wo ccletely r0elrieved of bot.lh colplaints." id by'Fromrpso; i Brakeand Co. . RELIEVES US OF ANXIETY. "Ever ihincs my lit le boy David was three I have given his Clhambetlidt's Cough Remedy,' says Mrs. G. A. Pax on, Little Chester Street, New Farm. Q. "I have used it for:all my chiltren and hlve never known it to fail. - Many nighs our two little girls have been bad with eaoup but our faith in Clhamlberlain's Cough Remedy relieves us of any anxiety. We know that one or two doses will remove all signs of croup and that they wil be alright in the morning." Sold by Thomson, Brake and Co. DANCINc.-A feature of the social to be held at the Oddfellows' hall on Fridiy, 26th inst., will be w...

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Our Cable Service London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 June 1914

Our1 OaDI a8tvice (IKUTEIu' TELEGRAM.) London, Silturday. It is -now believed tlhat thie ome IRulo Arneidin Bill grants hnoe rule, pm. u inc g Ulster for six years, with ^ittazlduIn then folr extension or per manont exclusiown. SliBitislh IiI% coulrts Ii oveccided that his wife's s iflndgette actions. Lloyd's "ncy is insul'ing husbands nagainst legal atlcion foz dnmclllls. One doctors policy covers XOe000, thloe annul prO . Imium s bcinch X£nO IKaser 13ill'illa of herm asy has c clll n1ged wirelies IeaSages v with Prcsi dent Wiso.n itt Waisliiigton. This is reLgarded Is a wonderful IlcllieVeinent ill long-distiance wireless telegracIphy). eplAn osinl mining disaster, due to an cx'losion, O~ccurrled aat Alberta, Ottawa. Five hulnidrel inen 11.e entoll'bed and it is f'cdhdtliat terrible lu-s of life will enilel. .A tunnel collapsed on a railway lino at Nice, France, and e 0..el~sons were S~a^^

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Football. Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 June 1914

Football. - clboulrne, Saturday. Following are tho results of to day's matches: "'olihlnond 9 14, St. Kilda 9.12 Fitzroy 12.11, Melbourne 8.15 South Melbourne 9.16, Varsity 8.7 Essendon 9 13, Geelong 5.11 Carlton 6.16, Collingwood 5.15

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 June 1914

(To the Ed:toi.) Sir,-Perusing "The Southern Cross" weekly paper .I was much impressed with the heading of an article, "Non. Churchgoing-a Force for Evil." I thought, yes; too true. It is said, "The Gospel of Christ is the greatest moral asses to any State. Need we ask how it gained that repntation 7 I think so. "Lest we forget." Our predecessors were mole strict than we are in observ ing and carrying out the divine injunc. tion, "Not forsaking the assembling of yourselves together." They showed by example its practicability; they be. lieved as the Old Book told them. "Righteousnefs exalteth a nation, but sin is a reproach to any people." They handed.that faith on to their children, with tqe hope that they would continue its practice and furtherimprove. Hence it ba3 become a national asset. Now the question is, Are we still improving? I very much fear we are not. Certainly we admit we have succeeded in many reforms, and that too for righteousness, but only up to a given point. With ...

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Hamilton School Opened. MEMORIAL TO MAJOR MITCHELL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 June 1914

Hamilton School Opened. MEMOIRIAL TO MAJOR MIIT. CHELL. There was a laruge gathering of par. ents and children at Jiaunilton school grounds to witness the formal openingp of the re-modelled school and higlel' elementary school. The chairman of the school committee (MAr. 1J. Westa. eott) presided, ant the official opening was performed by Mr. Higelthorn, the Minister.fot Public Works. Mr. HagelthorII said that the Go. vcrnmenti irecognised the need for pro. viting sufficient facilities for educatio and hoped during the next three months to unfold a programme that would give secondary, technical, and agriculturial educationi the place it should occupy, inVictoria. Mr. Tate (Director of Education) re. ferced'to the good work done by the school comninitteesthrougliouttlhe State. In the past two and a half years these committees had raised £56,000, and in addition had provided ehelter sheds and- effected improvements to the school grounds, the value of which could not be too highly prais...

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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. OVERHEARD AT NORTH PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 June 1914

CORRESPONDEN CE It to lo be distinctly understood thlt we un t? wa tCidentifyourselves with the opinion expressed by our csrresponduents. OVERHEARD AT NORTH PORTLAND. Henri.-How do you carry yourself, mon cher, Jean ! Have you ze Asso ciation Progressif seen ? Jean.-Ah,.ha, tres bien, trds bien mon ami. You of me inquire for ze As. sociation Progressif ! Ma foi, surely you ze big joke do make. There is no As;o ciation mon ami; at least the Progres sifs meet not now; oh not for ze long six, seven month. Henri.-Vraiment you ume 'make to amnaze! Why meet not ze Progressifs any more, mon cher Jean , Do not ze people smell ce had, strong gases; do not they wish ze bright electric light to shine Zo wataire, too, do not they the liquid desire greatly? Iss not zo work progressif wanted, or zo Council does it zo wind all take from out ec sail ? Jean.--Non, non, mon cher Henri ; they do say it did itself break up this way somehow: Monsieur le Scretaire, lie wish for some of zo silver and ze g...

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Postal Arrangements. REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 June 1914

IK'VIs I', '1( I sTh. 2.deloeor tbe und(rmentioned ofllcen ,,'r at Jortland[ras follow: .ý----____ tr ir-.i and Adelaide 1,50 m 0 7.o onm t17 , i m . i n ) 1 "ar 7.t ... -i a ,i .COan ',. 7,0?t 7.r 0 an, t 7Io t: l;e.rce m i I i C.0po Irldgewvater -. 9, am I. In, Caop elson .. 2 inm * ocac)too Valley . .0 . . . , Goi.ringto "-* 9. 9 p O p- in m .n " ,. LC:1lroioo ... ...50 am 7.50 a m . 7.5 a a 750 l r I. nt o ( udIli ... - 7 7.60a ni i .50 a .1 o0;.0 an i , 1 a 1r7.1 i m .".1 i oi D)rtmoor ..7.0150 ai 17.i) : toi Drik .I)3 k . ... 7.00 am .n 0 , rn Game --m *- .0 ' I85 "' 1m Eaglxlloli 7(la(1,Wil.L. i iltornr, ... ... 1.50 am 7.50 ani 7.50 am to .500 rilL, 50 m . 0 V C r HOeywi, .. .. 10am 750am 7.50amo 7.00a0 IO 7L. m 7.5ihian Kear. u .. 7.50 a o 7.5t rllg', LCr ..ilgoatr . 9 om w L.o14 11 .. . 5o ao: in(o(,m 1.:lbornt.. . . 7 50 am 7.50 a m 1.0 On 150 a 7.50 a In 7. l D rino .. .. 7.50 a 7.50 am 7 R,0 am 7,50 am 7.50 am rn . S7. am 1.0 an 7.50 iin i 7.50an7. nam n ut Gmber ." .. ...

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ODDFELLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 June 1914

ODDFELLOWS.. W are indebted *to Mr. . W J. Stevens; secretary of thl.Loyal Prince of'Wales Lodge for tlhe following par ticulurs concerning thd lodgo The half-yearly mneeting was held on May' 28, wheni the receipts for the evening amounted to £155/10/6, while chliques amounting to £86/4/6 were passed . for payment. During the quarter . the total receipts were £343/19/10, :and" the : expenditure £160/6/4.. Oflicobeaiers wcre electcd its follow:-T . ..Keilleir, G.M. ;E. U. Cheslett, N.G.; Thos. Smith, V.G.; A. Backay, R.S.NG;; C. Keiller,L S.N.O; O. W,'illiamson, L.S.V C.: T. I. Smith wia den. and..W.. . Osboui'ne guardian, while th.e other oflices `remain as for merly:-Messsrs. Wmin. Taylor, W. Os. eboulrno and f. Didlond trustees, A. E. Jones, E. C. Rlodgers: and W. A!len auditors, C. D). Mathesoln treasurer, W. Allen elective secretary, and W. J. Stevens financial secretary. The financial meeting was held on June 11, when there was iL lar'gettci dance of members. The half-yearly li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 June 1914

CCOMMlODATION for two Gentle Iian Iloarderls. Percy .i rest Appl'y 'Homely," c'o h)lervcr crtice. SOST on tlheleywo,,d road, £3j.10i in gold, and 10/ in silvcer, in p?ua. Re. rml?ud 10/ o retiurnin-' siae to this attice, .-rto W . T. Twaite ., I Gor ,e pi at off ice. _ tOR SALE, by tender. large Aiokease, suitablu for scltol or Mechanics' IIu a-titrte library. 'Tender.. received till 2."th inst., addresed to, E. Davis, secretary "Jtechal.ites, Portlhnd. F you want a lirousehold or good Sepl. rator interview W. Ileiners, hlocal agen for the Baltic I'aa.-h Dairy MIaclrn ery Co, Social. W~~'altzing Cinplutitinl will take pIlace in the Odd fellows' I Hlal on FI I l)A'Y .'iight, the 20lth June. inll cnnection with ll Saints' usual socials. P1'. O'D()NNELL, lIon. See. Australian Women's National League. tfI11N Minthlily Memiherls' Meetling will ihe bhell n Tlhurelday, 2ith i. ust.. in 7rhe Oddfellowis' lhll at, 8 p.mr. Mr. ;I. LI. Caiphell, M.l..A., has been invited to be present. A socia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 June 1914

W. HE MER S. COaCH BUILDER, General Blacksmxth, Wheelwright & HorseEhoer PERCY. STREET, POLTLAN D. S T.' b -.egs to -th.'k hij .numerous patrons for their liberal sn poi'tln?.u... ani ton itify tl .5 1 ?.l. 0 10113 J3 lo iC tl tt itb. will his oetaial aim In their oor l'1?sl.. by do? uniformly good work. Now ani eonad-had 'Bagloe always on Hand. ,,?isin?irhlhm; o ~mud., all kiond of Agrieulturtl.ImnPloments Repalred Careful attention given to the tyreing of whols. . Eotimatos given for all repa?rs, if required. o ihrao-Shooeni Strictly gttondeda to. 1Boggin of ill 1ds riptionu R pitroul, i aintod and renewed. 'lough Repaired Sfado Lightest draught. 1jo P So Simple and Otrong, They Cannot Co Wlrong. ompllitlty isn great thn ? fin a sewiPgo moeltne,-ucpeelallywhen ou lire in l the country and have S t t yourself. WARD DROS. S ttacmhlne have fewer parts thran iadv other--nothlnlg to get out of order. d ouudscheaper than othuers We pay freight to your station- cuarantee every ms...

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PORTLAND PICTURES AND THE VIVAPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 June 1914

PORTLAND PICTJ'URES AND TH'rn VIVA ,.rros ?.--The proprietary of the above pictures are up to-date in their endea your to introduce new'things in con nection with their show, and a full house rewarded them on Fridly night, when they introduced the vivaphone. 'This 'invention c insists of two Ina chines, one in the operator's box and: 'the other on the stage, the two being connected by elbetric wires and worked by an accumulator aind controlled by the biograph machine. The itemns given were very good, It song by Billy Wil liluns, a London confedian, "A Liss frae tlhtsgae tooii," being encored, the sounds of the voices and tie actioin: being in perfect synchronism. 'There were also *'Whistling Jim," and parts of four nets of the opera Faust, which although probabt ly not quite satisfiie tory in iqtantity was entlicicint to showe the puality of the inv ention. Whether talking anai singingpictures will become coilimon or not tiue alone will tell. Tit'i young folk will be glid to:notice ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 June 1914

In Memorlam. WATSON.-In loving memory of our1 dear father and grandfather, who de parted this life at St. Arnaud, June 22, .G(ne, but nt forgotten. Trserted by his loving daughter and grand childre2n. MONDAY .JUNEC 22, 1914

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 22 June 1914

THEY SAY That a monster crab was caught by two Portland fishermen, Messrs. George Jarrett and Paul Schmudre, in one of their crayfish pots last week. It mea- sured 34in. from tip to tip, 12in. across the back. One of the claws was 7in. in circumference and 18in. long. That a start will shortly be made with the breakwater tramway, trucks and other appliances having arrived. That there is a good deal of specu lation as to the route of the proposed tramway, property owners being anxi. ous to know what sacrifices they will te called 'upon to make. That the borough stone crushing plant has not started off 'well. A start was made on Monday, but there was a screw loose somewhere, and work has been suspended ever sincd. What little metal was broken was a good saml le. That a further increase is expected in the price of butter owing to priv ate advice received from New South Wales and Queensland, indicating pro. spective increases there. That the trades hall council decided to request the De...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 25 June 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. The ullowv ing ina lintof tolophonostati and chalrgca:-. iName Fi 3mins. Additionni of:Town Conversation, 3mins, "liranxholtno 8id Od S 3atduk IF 9d Uapo Fbon 2d1 2d Uovondish Isa 9 Utastcrtonl via) Ilrauxholoino In 1d C.Luterlon via lilmilton la 4d la Unolr:ailo ils 4d Is (;Cor ;h (id ,d O',,?,l,;. is 9d 1) :nhIgton 1. 9d lligby, via litanx:Iholrno !s 9d Dulnkeld lu Od (i lothompson Is Ld Ia flawlkesdelo, la] 9d Ifamilton I g9d I'lle0 wood 2d 2d RIet hruk 6(d Id Kirkstall la 9d I oroit s 9d Itlc,.k ola Is l10d 1 2d liacarrthur is 4d s1 Morino, vi.a lrutan:holrro Is 9 d Aci lltr o, via IHaton las 4d In .ol.unt Gambler Is Dd M1yne Ftln la 9d lyam'yn ? I 54 N.t rawong 2d 2d Nelson 8d Od !'cet , urL is id Port Fairy 8d 6d Port Mlconueo l 4d Il It lp)onhturHtb l Od 'Lyrcndarra 3:1 3d 'tmhbuk 6id Lid 'Wallacedal 8id d(1 Warrtnambool ,n 9dg Wickliff Is lOd In 2d Woolatthorpe s J , Feo for monp.ger cull, r.y pereon dind rishlin ont n:ile--3d. * Note.-l3ranxholr.....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 25 June 1914

R*heumatism. S .ENDIGO LADY'S RECOVERY. ".%?ne years ago I .was a great .ul oerer from Rheumatism, being laid up aor three weeks," writes Mrs. Elizn he:h I1ray, , o, Carolun . , st., Quarry /t H ill, I'en 12 -.! After try - agin several -? = r e ti edie.: with little o-.r no ltn St " {.,,a , ". ." provemnent. S?-.?.- I decided to try 1)r. dia, Itcot .47t Pil:.. At . '.,,, r . " that period I was lhd -irtdcd, having to hobblo abclut willt the asehnlance of a walking.stick, when able.to leave mly bed. The afect c.f Dr. Morse's Indian itoct Pills -was marvellous, and my recovery 'was rapid. I only used half a bottle .of 'ills and became myself once L.orr--.rstored to perfect health. I am a wcmanu tf tL. ually vigorous hcalth and am a great believer in ycur remdncy. My husband also lihs Lailth in them for relief of Unckache ,and Kidney Trouble."' Dr. Me rse's.lndiah Root Pills proved elfective ber.aur?dtlhey drove the Uric: Add rut of thie )sy'tem, luritled the * ;`.,ocd. and.a:ded in t...

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