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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. THE WATER SUPPLY. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 29 June 1914

CORRESPOND N: E Its to be distuintly unlerstoo'l tlsht. we ,'a no eway identifyoursv.rlvs tith the o.iii iion expressed by our correspondent.,. THE WATER SUPPLY. (To the Editor.) Sir,--This is a matter that must en gage the serious attention cf the Bo rough Council at an early date As you are aware, the Government intend to make this the second shipping port in Victogij and are already spending a quarter mi'lion pbournd improving our harbour for the convenience of ship ping. We all know that to make this a first-class shipping port it is neces sary to have a first clags water supply fur shipping requiremente. Large ves sels require a considerable quantity of watpr, and are prepared to pay for it; therefore it is necessary for the Bo rough Council and the public to take the matter into their hands at once. Seeing that our harbor works are a big national undertaking by the Govern ment, and also to develop that vast and fertile country, the Mallee to the Mur ray, and recognising" that ...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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MOTOR CAR TRAGEDY Los Angeles, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 29 June 1914

MIOTOR CAR TRAGEDY. Los Angele.s, Thursday. A motor car containing three men and two women dashed over Floofoot Bluff, at White Point, a few miles north of San Pedro The bodies of all the. victims were found on the ocean beach. The owner had purchased the machine only on the previous day and had taken Iris friends for a ride. S London, Thursday. S:Sir'Douglass and Lady Mawson will. sailfor. Australia by the Omtah, after visiting Dr. Mertz's relatives at Buasl. T~>U sTlsruV.- [Messrs. Miller Bros dentists, may be consulted at the Lon. don Hotel oi Wednesday, and at Iey. wood on Thursday. Chronic Chest Complaints, ?Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6. Coxo'.\l P.L,.C.-We have been asked to state that the P. L C.socid and dunce to miorrolw ('Tuesday) hais been post. ploned, owing to the illness of Conmrade i). McLeod, whose condition is very critica .l. PoI''LAND PIctualls.--Thore was a1n other good lhouse on Wednesday even. ing, auld again everybody wits pleased with the pictures. Th...

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ULSTER FIFTY YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 29 June 1914

ULSTER FIFTY YEARS ACO. (BY NEMO,) To the north of the city, and not far from the Cave hill, were situated the Military barracks. They occupied a large area, containing the infantry and cavalry quarters, and as Belfast was the ma'n depot in Ireland, at that time the barracks werealways pretty full. When I ssw them last portions of many dif ferent regiments were quartered there. Several compianies of the 60th and 63rd, the Antrim artillery, some companies of the Tower Hamlets, and a company of the 42nd (Black Watch). In the cavalry quarters were some few troops of the 17th Lancers, the 1st Royal Dragoons and a troop of the 11th Huzzars. There :may have been somne others but it is now so long ago since I was there that I cannot bring to my recollection their names. The barracks were strongly built of massive stone work and were most commodious. The officers' quarters were supplied with every comfort, large neeserooms andti anoterooms furnished as lounger. The calvary were also most co...

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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. A NOTE OF WARNING. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 29 June 1914

CORR? ESPO NDEN C E It is to be distinctly understood that we a.t to oeuat identifyourselveas with theopilnitm expressed by ouer cnrrespo?idents. A NOTE OF WARNING. (To the Editor.) Sir,-Would you be good enough to allow me to say an word for the bonefit of persons who keepl board and lodging houses, who run a great risk of pccuniary loss in being too confiding. A case has just come under my notice of a womant who keeps at boarding house being mulcted to the extent of £6 by a boarder who flitted without ipaying, although he had a good job on a Government work. Letour boardinghouse keepers adopt the practice followed in bigger towns of demandlin payment in advance, and enforce the rulo rigidly. Entertaining angels unawares will be none the less pleasing if they have itlid in advance.-Yours truly, IE JUSTICE.

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

3URDENS ABE MANT. Some people have more than their share. Burdens of life are many. Some perple have more than their share. Pretty hard to bear the burden of a bad back. Its aches and pains make you miserable Learn the cause and remove the burden Most backache pains come from sack kidneys. Must cure the kidneys to cure :he back. Doan's Brckache Kidney Pills will do it. Lots of proof that this is so. Read what this wo,man say: Mrs. C. Frost, Palmer Street, Portland says:-"I have been suffering torture with my back. It was so bed at times that I could not get about to do my work. Pain osught me when I stooped over, when.I straightened up, and when I turned in bed. I slept badly and would get up in the morning feeling tired out and fit for no ihing. I also had severe headaches and dizziness. I tried many remedies tut none of them gave nme any relief until I had the good luck to got Doan's Backache Kidney Paila at Martell's Pharmacy, These Pills soon improved my health, and gradually cu...

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Football. Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 29 June 1914

Football. Melbourne, Saturday. Following ar1e theo results of to day's matches: Geelong 9.20, South Melbourne 6.9. Collingwood 11.16, Melbourne 7.10 Essendon.14.12, Varsity 3.8. Fitzioy 10.11, Richmond 4.11 Uarlton.7.11, St. Kilda 7.8.

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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HONOR TO WHOM HONOR. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 29 June 1914

HONOR? TO WHOMI HONOR. (To the Editor.) Sir,-When perusing the columns of your issue of the 25th' inst. I was very greatly pleased to find that the Progress Association was again to the fore in grappling in a thorough and business like way with mtitters of grave and pressing importance to the town, but which oar civic fathers are too prone to regard as problems of the future, to be hidden away in dusty cupboards. But above all, sir, was ]fpleased to see the Association falling in so readily and so heasti'y with a suggestion from that other progressive belly, the Aus tralian Natives' Association, that the Rev John Adams' invaluable services to Port'and should be recognised by presenting him with a piece of the first pile. That gentleman's great ser vice to the town and the cause of De centralisation generally conferred a great and permanent good upon the ratepayers as a whole, and are recog nised by all, and I feel confident that if the Association had decided to ap proach the Counci...

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

THEY SAY That the licensee of the Port Phi!lip {Club Hotel, Melhourne, was fined £2 with 22/ costs far having allowed smoke to issue from one of his chimnneys in uichi a quantity as to constitute a pub lic nuisance. That the :50th anniversary of the Vcery Rev. M. J. Shanahan's career as a parish priest was celebrated at Ham ilton by the initiation of a movement for the completion of the -spire at St. Mary's Chiurch. Among those presont were the Coadjutor Bishop of Mel borne (Dr. Mannix) and Bishop Hig. gins, of Ballarat, and about 20 priests from various portions of the Ballarat diocese. That the two prize cattle (winners at the the Sydney and New Zealand slhos) which were sold at Newmarket last week, the bullock at .£25 and the cow at £1S/10, have since been kiled, and when dressed the bullock weighed ],520 lbs. and the cow 1,040 lbs. That the Sydney police have reason to believe that the man who robbed .£3,000 at the railway workshops from the paymaster has escaped into Queens lan...

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

,Oa~SALE, a 01t. Apply at this :]I office. ACCOMMODATION for two Gentle Sii. ii llhordver,, Percy.treel, Apply -'loinely," c'o ()Oberver oilice. OS';', on the lleywood road, ;:l/1>; in - gl,Il and 10/ in silver, ii piiiis". Itu. iravn' 10; ii returning saine to this oHlice, ,,rto W. 'T. Twnite., Gotne ipo.st office. So(l] SA LE. hly teider, lI:rge IBooke..e, = Mitabll for-school or ?eclhanies' In *-titute lilrary. Tenders rectived till '2ltit i :nt+., ahddressed ti E. Davis, secretary 3ieclialit c', Portlhinl. yF you iwant 1a lloisehold or good Sepja r. rtor interview W. Ilenlers, lIeal alen for the Baltic tI'iisih Dairy IlIachisi ery Co, Nursing. RIlVATrE acconmiodatioii fir ladies, in-' dispiied. 'Termi mnloerite. MAln. jF.tows. c/o Mrs. .l.Rbb, .lurd stheut, .'ortlanid. Political Labor Council. A (; N I A ERI A Meeting of Mcenmbre will be hehil on WEDNI-SDAY. lst .July, at 7.:1J pl.m., t t Ildlfulhlws' Ili.ll. A full attenildancii desired. CAIIAItLES FI(ENUII, Ilin. Secret'ay ...

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

I HEMERS. CO CHBUILDER, Sez'i orali Bl acksmith, 'Wheewright &s HoraeIIceliO. PEROY STREET, POETLAND. H. begs to thr his numerous patrons for their liberal e port in the aol t. . h "ify t'n 1 1 c! or ptl o~ p nally tor. it will his astant aim In bheir cuODtan c by do. uniformly good work. Noe anl Szn0 l:-h??d' B xgles9 always on Hand. .,oamithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repaired Careful attention given to the tyreing of wheels. Eltimates given for all repairs, I required. orsao-Shooing Strictly A.ttodod tO. Puggie of .ll deszriptions Roplired, i'ainted and renewed. plough Repaired Made Lightest draught. So Simple and strong, They Cannot go Wrong. implicty to ia great thing In a sewng maichlrne,-especially when yon live in the country and have ' 6t3 it yourself. WARD BROS. Machines have fewer parts than dr ot~her-nothen" to get out of order./ pounnscbeaper than others We pay Ireight to your statlon gnarantee every machinee-and let you have it on easy te...

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Our Cable Service London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 29 June 1914

Our caDie Service (REUTRH's TFLEGOIAM.) London, Saturday. Later communications between ctho two nations show that Japan is greatly angered with America over the litter's alien land laws, and a situation has arisen thac occasions grave apprehen sion. The Salvation Army Congress at Albert Hall, London, was a great suc cess, and British press comments are favorable. The most popular orator was formerly a chimney sweep. Cardinal Gasquet said publicly yes terday that the world, especially those outside his faith, was drifting from Christianity. Lord Brussey, who was arrested by the German police at Kiel on Thursday on a charge of espionage, dined with the Kaiser yesterday and settled the incident amicably, There is a tremendous attendance at the Johnson versus Moran fight at Paris, and feverish interest is mani fested. Betting is even.

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

\ViDnDINo.--On Thursday last Mr. W. Williams, of Millicent, S.A., and Miss Kate Ferguson, youngest (laugh ter of Mr: V. Ferguson, of Sonth Pot t land, t oere married at the residen(ce of the bride's parents, the c remiony bieing performed by the Rev. W. Tait, M.A, in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss E. Fer ,uson, while Mr. AM. Williams, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. The newly married couple left Poi tlind by the afternoon train. AccinenTr.-On Friday last Mr. T. Dent, butcher, of Allestree, was ad mitted to the Portland Hlospital suf fering from it fractured leg. Mr. ])ent was driving in his cart, when, through part of the harness giving way, the hoise became restive. Mr. l)ent jumped out, and in doiing so lie met with the injury stated. . ROAD MiAKINO ?i ANT.-TheBorouiil Council;, at I.pecial m;eeting . n\Vcll" nesdaiy eveninig last, decidled to pui chase ai complehte road inakiig. plant, in addition to th...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 July 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU, .ci'he ollowing ila listof telephone'tati and chargee:. lUame Fi. 3mins. Additionai OflTown Converatinm, 3amins. llraexlloloie jb<l Gd Ilyaduk Ir Od Cape iFu!on 21 2d Cavendishl la 9. *Caaterton vial Ilranxlholrne Is 9g C'asto lon via I?aInilton la 4d Ia Coleraino 1c 4d laI Condahl .. Gd Id Crondle.. Is 9d D.ennlngton 1. 91 Digbly, via Brauxl.olma Is Gd Dunkeold is Gd Glentlhompaon Is Id le IHawkeadle - lae 9d Ihahilton Ia 9d i'leywood 2d 2d Kentlruck Bd Gd Kirkatall Ie Gd Koreit Is Gd Lake Bola lae 10d I 2d, Mn~oarthur Is 41. I :.Ierino, vis Blranexhoirre Is Gd Medino, via Haminilton lR 41 ]a lrunt GaOnbier la Gd Mloyne Fall Ia 9d Mlyaru)n Od 5d Narrowong 2d 2d Nelaon 8ed d !'Poeshlut el Gd Port Fairy 8d Gd Port M1cl )onne R 4d Ja Hlipponhuras .a 9d 'T'yrcndalrra RdI d Vambluk d 5d • Wallacedal d d Warrenambool la d Wiclkliff a 10d Ia 2 Woolslthorpo Is gd Fee for meanenger call, any peraon died wiehhin one mile--d. Noteo.-lBranxho)ize cinees fr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 July 1914

rnheumatism. .IENDIPO LADY'S RECOVERY. "ine yealrs ago I was:i . r*..t a .;r - -,rer from Rheumntihi:l. leini laid II; cr three weeks," writes Mr:+. lIlza. or Cao tlit: -:,., wi~a th litlDer tl:-.-': '.?- i ,J,:i+lt whlcrs able to Ileve 1 m5 be. Thy e Vc.t or Dr. Mors's Ildl,, i ilot Pilod was- amarvellous, and may recovery 'aerapld. I only ulsed bait a hottle olPills unad became moyself oalce ulared-restored to phrct Il alwth. I a"l a tomlanl tC ulsalill;y vlgauo o asnith anrd am am 1gryat briiver hl -our re!mdly. -lily hlatb!il n!aso hiU faithl in them for relie of Backliche ld Kldlley 'lTrouble." Dr. 3Sor.e'i? Iridlail Root Pill:e provedl effellctiv'e because tley drove th L'rle .cidh cut or the system, pIlluriied the blocd, and lilded in the d!gtcstion .Itd a.s.tinullatloi ot food. IDr. Mars,,s ll - dian l{oto Piills are a searchit-l;g, aetedy. Thley. plt la 'r*li I:n at:r "riwe!s ntrngth into .tl11. khiaeys. - an?ld I'ra into ycur liv.er;.)t:taIeg ip itme n-reas: nd "niuscle. t...

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STRANGER THAN FICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 July 1914

STRANCGER THAN FICTIlON. (BY PETiER,) All the members of the party ex pressed themselves strongly in favor of a liberal immigration p ulicy Up to the present it was explained iosulfi-ieut had been done by the Commonwealth to assist the States in promhoting im migration -Extract from a statement of Liberal policy. The following is tile vcerbhatim report of the captain of a "'whiiebirder" nameI the John Hawk in*, engaged in the immigra.rn trade: --'"Had an excttinger time than last trip. Lost sight of our conortb, tlh Francis Drake, and also our convoy if two Australian cruisers on Sunday night, July 19th, 1915. It seems that wlhen tihe Drake's crew rushed the crowdtl on the esplanade and drove them into the ship's boats two blokes, who said their names were A qTith and Churchill, lifuel up their voices so effectively that when we left our cruis ers were engaged with four British bnatleships, and the Drake was making south under full steam. Finding that the inhabitants of the cottsb d...

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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 — 2 July 1914

CO R ESPO NDE N C E It zs to be dissinctly understood that see a oe idtijay ?dntiourselves oitk the opinion expressed by our correspondentJs. ELECTRICITY V. GAS. (lo the Editor.) Sir,-In Monday's"Observet" a con tributor to the "They Say" column de clares the purchase of a roadmaking plant "a burden to be bequeathed to posterity." Not.a few have indulged.in the santme remark regardingthe proposed additions and alterations to the gas works. Some, again, have ventured to say that an electric supply would only meet with a simnilar verdic'. I; is, I think, on this account that pub lic opinion is so slow. and indecisive on the matter. An electric supply would be a very lucrative concern; the profits would be a great help to the town, and the repayment of a 'oan need cause the Council no anxiety.' If the 40 K.W. plant I recommuend were installed 830 units per hour for the four hours in which light is most required would be easily demanded. Now, 120 units at 7d. is equal to £3/10/ per nigh...

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FEDERAL ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 July 1914

FlDEnLr, lRoLLs.-Qualified person! who Ihave not already taken actioin t secure original enrolment, and person! who are already enrolled, but have be come untitled to transfer or change o cnrolment by reasons of change of reii dcnce are recommended to take actiol to securo correct enrolment by applyinJ at the nearest post office for claim cards strictly oomplying with the require ments of the law in regard to qualilica tions and previous enrolmnent, as in dicatcd thereon, and lodging their dul3 signed and witnessed claims, by post o otherwise, with thl registrar for thi sublivisions in which. they have thei, places. of living. Electors who hiav removed from one division to anotlhe are reminnded that it is the duty of the divisional rcturningollicers and electora registrr to lodge oljections to the re tention on the rolls of tlo namnes of al electors who, they have reason to bi licve, have ceasod to have their place of living in the divisions for which the; are enrolled for a period ...

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RABBIT POISONING. DOES IT DESTROY BIRD LIFE? [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 July 1914

RABBIT POISONINC. DOES IT DESTROY BIRD LIFE? We have received a copy of a report _urnished o tohe Government by Mr. P. E. A lnn, Chief Inipectbir under the Vermin Destruction Act, refuting stat - nents by celtsiti writers in the 'Argus. .hat the layingu of poison for rabbits :as largely responsible for the destruc zion of bird lifo.- The repo'rt is votumi sous one, buta few extracts will show xt least that tl hre is solue, bing to bhe tiid on the question from the inspec tur's standpoint. A statement was made in the 'Argus' of 8th April that 18 dead wood swallows, 4 grallinas, 2 broncewitg and or e rainted quail were found in a trench for poisoned rabbits. Mr McCtllough, an itspector in Mr. Allan's dep rtment, visited the spot but found one bird only, which, on be ing analytically examined by the Clhe mist for Agriculture, was found to con tain no poison. This case was the only oacrete one IMr. Allan has had to worc upon, Hitherto there had been plenty of aseertian butmno proof. The...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 July 1914

RIFLE SHOOTINC. Thle 'ifle shooting competitions in connection with the local Naval Cadets have been concluded, with the follow. results: - - For the gold medal presented by the Mayor and Captain Tlislop. G. Main, with a score of 98 won the lirst medal, and E. Dusting with a score of 8( proved to be winner of the second medal, presented by Messrs. '. Marshall and J. L. E. Boutbaud. The Portland Rifile Club donated £1 for another contest which resulted as .tinder: O. A. Evans, 82 points, first prize, 10/. J. \\. Boyle, 78 points, second prize, 5/. S. J. Squires, 75 pIoints, third prite, 2/6. N. LTeague, 7 points, fourth prize,. 2/6 The fdllowing are thl winners of the. £1 prize presented by Mr. T. I. Smith for thlejunior ectmpetition. N. Dawkins, 80 points, 7/i6. O. G. Jones, 80 points, 7/6. T. J. Davis, 70 points, 2/6. R. Patterson, 76 points, 2/6. Scores for Imperial Chlallenge Shield will appear later. .

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WALLACEDALE NORTH. June 29th. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 July 1914

WALLACEDALE NORTH. (From our correspondent. . June 290th. Arbor day was celebrated at the local State echool on Friday, 26th inet., when quite a number of parents and hld scholars assembhld for a basket piicnicad concert. Mr. Keddie, head teacher, addressed the children. Mossis. D. Lyons and J. Baulch also spoke of the value of Arbor day as a means of in:ulcsti:bo the love of tree planting and te (reservation. The chi'dren hcben rerlered a good programn of sonr8 and recilations appropria'e to tile occusion, after whlch a!l adjouirned to the play ground, where the contents of the bhs. kets were done ample justice to and alnd ganes thloroughly enjoyed. The rainfall for Sunday night and llosnday registered 45 points.

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