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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 25 June 1914

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Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 25 June 1914

N LEW ISTAC RATES, The new postal rates, icloding the Ipenny postge on letters, clmle in force on lrhy 1st. Thu reduceda rates are na follow: TIHIROUCIIOUT CO"I D ON WEALTH AND I'APUI'A. Letter Id .in i .,tz. Lctic aldbs,'ingll,ld .nc Do. ri-ply ,ld. cl, half. Do. " reply, Id. erch half. Printed i,,p rIti 0,id .i r 2 oz. per 8 :z;. n Australin Oad .per 8 cz. blt .znoes--'rintid in Ai. oralia, Old. per 8 tz ; printed oultide A": :r.lia, 0ld. per. cz. "lurnsat i," Otd. per 12 oz. Coilnlrerci:tl plPers .potier?, samples and r:crchl:::lr!tr. I , per 2 tz. U?I"1R;I:A IDOIlINIONS Letters firom tih Cntnomnweallth to tho United Kingdi.m, vcerse dominions, lritli i colonies and prt.lc·torates except the N, r: Hebtide:, Id. ipr , rz. NEW ZEALAND AND TIIEISLANIDS. The rates to Neow Zealand, Figi and British Solonlm, I;lhd! are: L?l. ld o.. I'o ta:ds Ie l]d. D .rcp Id. ca I, oar iigl d; Do reply ,ld . ea;i hal MIlagaziinH Id. C on., alddtloonal 4 o ettke, 1d. 4 a Coilnl - ip: 11 2 Printl ppa rt...

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COLLISION IN THE AIR. VIENNA, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 25 June 1914

COLLISION IN THE AIR. VIENNA, Sunday. Details of the collision between a dlirigible and an acr,,plane, resulting in the death of seven me::. :r .'w that the vessels were carrying lut manoeuvres, the former attacking. it is supposed that the eddies caused by the dirigiblu sucked the aeroplane down- on the balloon and caused it to explode. Everythihg was burnt to cinders, and watches and rings melted. It was im. possible to identify the bodies of the victims, except that of Kammerer, a well known engiuneer. The aeroplane fell thirty paces away, the pilot and a passenger being strapped to their seats with yellow strips of the airships aen vulope hanging over one of the planes. Tilhe faces of the two men welre conl tracted with horrolr, and their legs and arms were iractured.1

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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. IMMIGRATION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 25 June 1914

CORRESPONDEN C E It as to be distinctley understood that we il+ 1no wayJ identifyourselves with theopinion expressed by our correspondents. IMMIGRATION. (To the Editor.) Sir,--As we hear so much from dif ferent people as to the necessity of a vigorous immigration policy being carried out, whilst others are protesting against it, and at the same time the immigration statistics lately published show that the results ruspecting it during the past few months have been very disappointing, for these and other reasons it is indeed very nesessary that' the matter should be publicly discussed in order that it should receive due con sideration from all classes. At the rate loan money is now being expended in the Commonwealth there will have to be a very large increase in the value of exports in the near future to meet the interest charges, so unless there is a considerable influx of peFoole to the Commonwealth soon there will be an. other "Black Thursday," for the small population at present ...

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

CONDAH. (From our correspondent.) The P.L.O. at their meeting on Thurs. day discussed the Drink question at length. Eventually a motion deploring the evils of intemperance and aflirming that the only remedy was Prohibition was carried. The annual social and dance in con niection with the P.L.C. is a fixtare for Tuesday, 30th June. • No charge is to be made for admission to the social, and the selected Labor candidates for Wan, non and Olenelg will be present and deliver addresses.

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

EirilVEf US OF ANXIEETY. Iver ince my little boy David was three have 'iven him Chamberlain's Cough l y, sas I5re. G. A. Paxton, Litt!l i?8lter Sreet, New Farmn, Q. "I lave used it o all nly children and have never known t toav nl. any nighs our two little girls have been bad with croup but our fait R i an"erlain' Cou l Remedy relieves us ou ny Laxity. We know that one or two dosee ' remove all signs of croup and that they Tal hse' alrigit in tlde morning." Sold by Tllonvls BIrahe and Co. DAIlING.--A feature of the social tPo be hld at tho Oddfcllowe' hall on riday, 26th inst., will bo waltzing ompe'tition, which is bound to attract a largo lumber of contestants. A QUICKLY DISAPPEARED. 'f 'iAll last wiuter I had my two be s ill Not Very bad colds," saay Mr. (. Are lbold 1 a ke 1 a /r street, Lnewishanl, N.S.W. Vilng heard frol a frion(' about Clanlbe'r ite Creaut It eedy I gave it a trial with tim renit tat tle co'e qlickly dlisappeared. y baby, aged four months has a cough Clowan l...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 25 June 1914

THEY SAY T'lhat Baroness Bertha Von Suttner, the celebrated authoress bf.the famous novel, "Lay Down Your Arms !" died in Austria on Tuesday-at thie age of 71 years. That the Portland bowling green looks splendid for this time of theyear, and should 1oe in excellent condition the coming season. That a mischievous person fired a charge of shot at thile scale of charg?s board at the south cemetery. The gun must have been fired ot close range as the shots did not scatter. Evidently the culprit thinks the fees are too high or there should be none at all. 'That after a game of "tiggy," during which a companion gave him a liglhb tap on the head with his hand, Harold Taylor, aged 7 years, of Malvern, sud denly became ill, and died. Death was due to lextravasation of blood on the brain. That 'lhe protracted spell of dry weather in theBoendigo district is caus ing grave anxiety atmong the farmers and graziers, and if rain does not soon fall many crops will be ruined. In the northern areas ha...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 25 June 1914

THEY SAY That the new rural workers' log oper *atea from October 1, as far the union. ists are strong enough to enforce it. The farmers dissolved their union to prevent the Rural Workers' Union citing a 'case for the Federal Arbitra tion Cjurt. That Mr. Agar Wynne, who is retir ing from politics, says he is tired of the whole business. Mr. Murray is also tired, but not of the whole business. That Watt's constituents want him to stand for Maribyrnong, and as does Mr. Fr-nton, M.P., and so do Mr. Sal mon's friends. That Mr. Wynne promised Mr. Rod ger , M.H.R., that he would see what could be ]one in the way of supplying wire to people erecting telephone lines at thail own expense. That the Methodist provisional con ference carried a resolution recommend ing the admittance of women to the clergy. That a convention of the ministers and home missionaries cornected with the Methodist church in the Western District will be held in the Port Fairy Methodist Church on Tuesday and Wednesday, J...

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STRANGER THAN FICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 25 June 1914

SYMTRAi R TH.AN HITlOK. (BY PETER,) Tt bha been said that an epidemic of ,togress association and pub!ic ball uildin"g is rampant in the country istricts. A strong proof that this ,ovenment has done its work and passed nay is that the dregs of it linger on ,CB . Not tlat there is any inten ionof altering the name of the wowser ucus, but of building a ball to ac anodate it. In view of the approach Shntli Federal and State elections, and the fact that there is no public building easily available where liberal LC.Beans can sit openmouthed, drink. leg in political knowledge, this would be a jmatter of some slight concern if C,Bcans' minds were not stultified by Sfirm belief in their own splendid piety. It would be a purely Liberal hall; that is to say, the Liberal candi date could preach in it, but Labor can. lidates could not get in. This is hset happened in regard to the school he last time Mr. Rodgers and Mr. 3cDougall did themselves the honour. t may seem incredible, but it is none ...

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CAPE BRIDGEWATER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 25 June 1914

CAPE BRIDCEWATER. (From our correspondent.) A -number of parents a.d residents assembled at the Lower Bridgewater State school on the 19th inst. for the annual tree planting in the school grounds. A number of trees of differ ent varieties was p!anted, the mncst favored being the native trees, the coast pine and sheoak. The trees which have been planted in former years have made good. growth and alreedy afford good shelter. It is to be regretted that hares do much damage to the young sheoaks, by biting off the tops when freshly planted, There was a good deinand for a'l clauses of stock at the cattle sale last week. Very high prices were given for forward lines. Young cattle and steers were in good demand. A nice line of eight-month old calves of Mr. W. A. Kitteon's were much admired for quality, and brought the high price of £2/10 per head. The rainfall is much below the aver. age. One hundred and thirty points have fallen for the month up to date. The Lakes have not rises to the usu...

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Cycling. [Conttributed by the Dunlop Tire Company of Australasia] [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 25 June 1914

Cy clin g. I0Cttrihued by the Dunlop Tire Com puny of Australasia]" Further particulars received by the Dunlop Rubber Company from Eng land in reference to the Tourist Trophy liace, decided on the 11th June on the Is'e 1f Man, show what a strenuous tlet this 600 miles of mountainous course provided. Twentythree of the World'; leading care started, and only six completed the course. This is weeding out" with a vengence. Several of the lading makers entertained teams of three cars, but or.y one team of three "Mitnervas" was left in the race after a 150 miles had been negotiated, and they fintished up second, third and fifth, Such a result proves the need of long distance road contests to improve the breed ndtl reliability of the present day cuar, which many people to day look upon as nearly perfect. The Royal Automnobile Club of England, in again promoting the Tourist Trophy Rce, after a lapse otf six years, has. already proved the necessity of such road tests, and no doubt many valua...

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

St. Steohen'a SUNDAY, 28th Juno, Canon Carmirhuel will preach morn nmo ng and evening. Baptist Church :SUNDAY NEXT. Preacher-- The Pastor II. ]loulter. .bhjcct-- 'haranctcr Study: An Eng lish Man of God." CCt I(MMOAI)DA'I'(ION for two Gentle man Boalhrders, Pery street Apply 'lloulely," c, o I)bserver flice.. (TST, onil thle Heywoodl road, £:1/10/ in ] gohl, and 10/ il silverl, in puri5n..I.te 1il:nrtl 10/ of ll aturning s iine to this oftfice, (,r to W. T'. ''TwIlites, (o0e pIlost ollice. P )I SALE, by tender, large Bookcase, suitable forschool or Mlechanics' Itl Jtitutc library. Tenders received till 211th inst., taddre?scsd to E. Davis, secretatry lechllabites, Plrtland. IF you walent I 1 hllouelhl or gotod Sepa rator interview W. Ifllenuer, L~cal agen for th?e Baltic 'alssh Dairy MacIlln ery Co, Political Labor Council. .GENEl.\AL fleuting of Mlembers Swiltlle h %ld on \'I; WDNSDA\Y, 1st .ltly, It"7.:Pl) p.ml., t. lddfellows' hall. ,.A full attenldlllce d'esired. ' CIIAIIRLES FR...

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

W. :;. H E M E R S. CO CHBUILDER, Geixora1 Bla.Gksrgath, Whelwright: ;& Hgrs ra r .; . . E· yto STREET, POETLAND. P. H bogi to th ,V? hio numerousoo patrons for their liberal .u port in:tiho ' anl to atify the i a I th13 oilio ivoorallV that ib will hie octant aim in their confilonce by do. uniformly good work. New and Sacond-handBuggloes always on Hand. ,annmithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repaired Careful attention given to the tyroing of wheels. Estlmates given for all repairs, If required. Eorsco-Shoolng Strictly Atton~od to. Enggio of all doesriptions Repaired, 2ainted and renewed. plough Repaired Made Lightest draught. PORTLAND AGE T So GSmple and trong,rt They Cannot go Wrong. sisoplicity fs a great thing In a Youeing mbe ucht-epedatth y wheren you live t the country and the Suit is Or it yourself. WARD BR0O. Machanea have fewer parts than ad othernothingback to get yot au order. Pound che moaper than suer e pay freight to your tatisonable guaant...

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Our Cable Service GREECE AND TURKEY. Constantinople June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 25 June 1914

our CaDle Service (REUT'R's TELEGRAM.) GREECE AND TURKEY. Constantinople June 20. Turkey, in reply to the Greek note regarding the present hituation, adopts a conciliatory tone Sihe expresses readiness to examine Greek grievances, but makes counter charges against the Greeks in Macedonia. It evades the demands for the reinstatement of Greek to their positions and restora. tion of their property. Meanwhile the Turkish reserves at Smyrna have been called out, and tih lights in the lighthouses of the Gulf of Smyrna extinguished. Mines have been placed at the entrance to the Gulf of Smyrna, where vessels are only able to enter in the daytime, and then when accompanied by a pilot. A simi lar position exists at the entrance to the Dardanelles. Many underwriting firms, fearing the outbreak of war, are refusing to quote rates of insurance for Greek steamers. Tlhe Powers have accepted the sug. gestion of Turkey to send a representa tive to Asia Minor to investigate the strained situation bet...

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ROBBERY UNDER ARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 25 June 1914

RonnFYnv UNDER ARS.,1.-That most sensational novel, "Robbery Under Arms," written by Rolfo Boldrowood, and most ingeniously dramatised, will be presented at the Free Library hall next Monday and Tuesday ,by the Ma dame Williamson Dramatic Company, comprising metropolitan artists. Great care has been taken to give a faithful representation of the numerous start ling incidents and thrilling episodes contained in the novel. The various acts embrace The Insult, Starlight the Bushranger, Bail Up, Starlight be. trayed by a Woman, M3Ginness and O'Hara; creating roars of laughter. The light between two women, vice conquered and virtue rewardeld; Aileen to the rescue,.£11000 reward,'tho coach robbery, 'Touch the trigger and you're a dead manul, Moran s revenge, Kate flogs Moran, the bush fire, Starlight's last stanll. Kate's atonement, Happi ness at last. There is no doubt that a good house will greet this comupany's first appearance iin Portland. For Brochi'l Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppe...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 29 June 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. 'lli o llowing isa lianol tLolphono'stati and clargcs: Naime Fi. amina. Additions ofTown Conversnation, 3mins. 'lranxholiro i8d 6d 'lynduk 12 9d CaLp Ne!1on 2d 2d Cavendish io 9s 1 "Canterton via] lrunxhliolirn l 9G1 C'stlorton via l,,mnillton lIs d Is Coloraiun (18 4d la Condalhl Gd id Crod?erlo. is 9d !)urnningrgtos 2l 9d Digiy, via liranxlolmo la 9d lulnkeld 1a 9d SIllnthompson is 4ld Io Hiawktcsdploj lll 9d iamiiiltoai 1s 9d fllcywood 2d 2d Krnthruck Od id * Kirkotall la 9d Koinilt Is 9d Lake sola I l10d 1 2d Mlactl.rthur Is lid la :lilrino, vii l"ranxhohrse 1is Gd 1M1mino, via l.tmi!ton Is 4d la] M Ont Ciamnlir In 9d M1rynIe Falls 1,, Gd Myam3>n Od 5i1 Nir r.awong 2d 2d Nls)HIon 8d id !'tnhlnurst la 9a Port Fairy l id 6d Port McI)ionno lis d la Hiipponhliurst In 9d 'l'yrondurra 3d id '3rnlbIuIk l)d ld \WVallanedal 8d id WVarramibool lI 9d Wick!iif In 10d is 2 t'r)olIlhorpe IsH g Fee for messenger call, any peiron dind viliin one mile-3d. 'NXolt.-li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 29 June 1914

Rheumatism. ..ENDIGO LADY'S RECOVERY. "Nine years ago I was a grea:lt !Int lerer fronm iRhiiinatsli:i. being laid iup f or three weeksn" write: Mis. M izns - l lih Ilray, SIa., Quarry SIIIl, loen o gao Vicu. i t-g several r (in ill le.t. with little _;~ \ (: or 110 mn ,a..,: , , tlat i periodt . . ..; . 'I was had h-ienhl to leive ey bed. Try r. S .ffeet of :Dr. lorse's Illn(i n Ioot Pil111n ' m"lIarveli.lcs, nlllld liy riacovlry , " ' r :d.' .'I only used half a biottle . Pl'llhf: adl becane ly.~lf I l once iluel--restorel g to porflect hlullll. I hi an a "wonlll of walli vgoro stick, ! elinI abe ao rleav. bily lived. i T"ur r?ortnly. My l:Mlslinn?l also has failt iln thetn for relief ofl' anchellh "in d Klllley Tr'l.llel." elIr. ?r. IMorse's Ind Itiot Plots prilvsd affctle iarellaus, they drove ioe Uryi Atcl rll of th e o systeed lfi a bottlhe IimcTd. i cla:dmlea d t.hmne iigyi once a ?iis;liorestoren d to . i . alrfec lS e'lt I.1 .iIn a lwot In 'ils .r u a llly vig.ro-us edyl.- a...

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 29 June 1914

Postal Arn .Gý en ento 1UEVlb9ED 10 DATE. Mlatulor the undermeationedoffices dole at f'ortland(as follow: aroita and Adelaidel 7.60 am 7.50 am 7.70 ami 7.5 am. 7 1.0 am' llarat ... ..7.560 am 7.50 am 7.50 a min 7.50 a 7.t(ja a ltrce ....... 9pm 9pm it iln , I;.L(e. liranxholme -. 71.60 am 7.60 a n 7.50 a im 7.O im in 7.It .ta, n?.l astertoa ... -. 7,50 am 7.5 am 7.0 am i7.50 am 7.( an Cape Bridgewater .- 9 a m an Cape Nelson 2 m Cockatoo Valley . .01 [ai (Not ortlao ) 8.50 an 80a Co.rington • -.3 pm i pm - , m~ 0 leraiao ... - 7.50 a 7.60 am 7.50 a m7.60 a. itn m Coadath ... . 7.10 am 7.60 a m; 7.50 a m am 7.50. am'' s u Dartmoor . - 7.50 am 7.50 min Doik )rik .. 7.60 am. 7.0 tml English lail,Wc.lnes d'tys, 7.50 a,m.. Gorae . . 8.50 . am 8 50tn mt ltsmllton ... ... 7I .50 ami 7.0 am a 7.00 s 7.50 i r 17.50 anm . 7.0 i o 11yw rod .. . 7.50 am i7.50 aim 7.50 am 7,50 a n 7.50 am 7.50 a in Keithruck...? ... " . 7.50 a In 0.50 a ni L C biridgosater " 9 am i0 iam Lyo.s . .. 7 0 a n 7.1,G ...

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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 29 June 1914

NEW OSTAC RATES, The new poseal ratleo, ic)ludiulg the penny postage on letters, cano in force on May lot. The reduced rates are I as fllow:; TIMROUGCIOUT COMIMI ON WE\ALTH AND P'APUPA. Letter ld .pea } ia . Lette ards,sing]h,ld .eat Do. reply ,id.each hallf. Po-ieeards,ste gl ,d . oath Do. reply, Id. each hallf. Printed papers Old .per 2 oz. Books, pa int'd-t uttidle Aus.tralia, Od per 8:ez;. n Australia Old .per 3.co. Mlatazon es-P-'rinted ian Australia, Otd. per 8 o'.; printed outside Australia, Otd. per 4 oz. "JIansard," Old. per 12 ao. Connmmercial papers patterns, eamplrs and lnercha;dltoe, Id. per 2 ez. OVERSEAL DOMlRI]ONS Letters from the Commonlwealth to the United ]Kingdom, oversea dominions, Britiish colonies and protectorateB except the New IHebrides, Id. per . on. NEW ZEALAND AND 'J'TEISLAhDS. The ra:es to New Zealand, Figi and British SUlo)mo, JIlands are: Let Id t oz. I'o ards ngle Id. D rep id.ea Le ar ingl d. Do reply ,ld .each hal lungazinee Id. 8 oz., additlonsl 4...

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HOME RULE. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 29 June 1914

I(HOME RULE. London, Friday. Unionist leaders luivo drafted amend ments to the Amending. Home Rule Bill. It is understood that the amend ments propose toeabolish the time limit frt the exclusion of Ulster, and to ex tend the projeetcd area of the exclu SIOII.

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