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BOXING MATCH. JOHNSON RETAINS TITLE. Paris, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 July 1914

BOXING MATCH. JOHNSON RETAINS TITLE. SParis, Juno 28. Jckl Johson is still heavy weight boxing chiampion of. the world, havin, defeated the latest challenger, Frank, BMoran, an Irish Amnerican, of tile United States, oi points at the end of 20 rounds. The coniest took place at the Velo. dronme, inl Friance, which has accom. mnodition for 30 000 persons, aild for lsdys before tihe event seats were at a prenmin 'Many women were lpresent who wre hliandlsome gowns. Owing.to Johnson's short period nf taining, it was thought Ihe coul( not. last out the 20 rounrzs against a young and well -triaindd hard hitter like Moran Moran' is 6ft lin in height, weighs 1i4st ln, reach 78in, 27 yers of age. In tile first round Moran lmdciled blows on the stomach land head, John son retaliating on Moran's jaw. Johnson ill the third round miade several terrific uppercuts to the jaiw. Morano reospondeld with jolts to the stoiiach. The inegro in tile fourtli round drecw lirst blood with, it right on Mioran'...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 July 1914

THEY SAY STlhat MIr. J. J. Halley, chief officer of the transport dcpartment of the Gencail Post-office, who is retiring nfter 41 years' service, was presented by lis friends jith a gold watch anrd chain ad sovereign case as token of their atecm. Mr. Halcy, when a boy, re idead with his parents in Tyers street, lhst the Warrnambool bakers have raised the price of bread flrom Gd to'7d for thie 41b loaf, owing to the increase in wages in the trade. That since the Asquithl Government lhas been in oflice, Mr. Lloyd George sas it has wiped 104 millions of the 1sationlal Debt. Thalst in his speech in the House of Coannons, Mr. Snowden said that if Adamf had worked until today he wolfld never have been ai millionaire. Mll. Evanms caused loud laughter by a little sum which he said he lhad worked oat for himself. Supposing, hlie said, the Garden bf Eden existed 6,000 years ago anci Adam had saved one pound, then, if hlie had not lent it to Eve to huy ldresses with and it had remained investe...

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Our Cable Service Washington, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 July 1914

Our0 aflio Safice (Rautrr's TELEOI?AM .) . Washington, Wedncsdlay. Prcesident Woodriw .Wilson told '. suffiragi.t dologatiozi yesterday that he refused to accede to the demands to support a moivement fr an amend ment of the Federal Constitution with the object of including women's stff rage. lHe annouiuced for the first time his personal conviction that the suffrage issue was one for settlemnelnt by the States and not fcr thie Federal Gover'nnment.

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Our Cable Service A ROYAL ASSASSINATION. Vienna, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 July 1914

OUr Cabli S&lvia (REUTeR'S TELEGRAMI.) A ROYAL ASSASSINATION. Vienna, Sunday. When driving through the streets of Sarajevo, the capital of B0soia, the Archduke Francis Ferdinand, heir to the thrones of Austria-Hungary, and his wife were. assassinated by an eight een-year o'd Servian student. Two attempts at assassination were matlade, the first during the drive to the reception at the Sarajevo town ha'l, when a compositor threw what is called a bottle bomb, filled ivith nails and lend filings. It did no' explode till the royal car had passed. Then a very vio. lent explosion occurred. Fragments of the bomb pierced the iron shutters of many shops. Twenty persons, including two members of the suite and several women and dhi'dren, were slightly in jured. An unexploded bomb was found a few yards from the scene of the assas sination, thus indicating that a third attempt had been prepared in the event of the others proving unsuccessful. The Archduke stopped his car, and, learning w...

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 July 1914

Icital Aulstitzatic , IVititJi t O S)DAIt. SMaiIs'ur the ao?lrmetlloned offies close at 5Portlandlaa follow: *: I .__-- -- - - ararat aud AdelaidJe 150 a 0. 7.500 a m l7.. a Io 1., a0m i it " Ilarat ... .. 7.51 am 750am i7.0? m 7.L0O a o. .f;I, lo?tree . . .p m 9 pm In, I,.t. a. .Branalolmu ... 510 am i7.50 am 7.60 a I17.1, -n. .1 ;.'- . a. asterton ... -.0 am 7.bO am 7.500a m i.euL a n i.I ,ti Oape Bri,,eawater - 9, am t 9 t, Uap 1elson I n to Valrtle y0n) . .b.T8 ama talring:on ... pm 9 pm ! I .0 am Salone ... - 1.50 am 7.60 am 7.50 a a. I7.50 9 nl .60 a no ada. ... -. 70 am 7.0 am; 7.50 a ntl,60 a, 75 50 55 r11 Il) irt ·oor . .-. 7.50 am 7.51 a' , ik Drik .- -. 7.". am 7 I 10 a n Eg ah ish )lai,Wd~re . days, 1.53 am. Garxe .- " 1" $50am 85(a llamilton ... -- 1.50 am 7.50 am 7.50 am 7.50a0 n 7 5,0 a0n 7.0 r Utywaol .. . l.50 a m 7.50 a m I 7.O a a.0 a 1.7.50 a m 750 a m [ nmbruck. .. .*I '7.50 am 7.50 ?s . , Bri:wa5t.r - I 9 am am Lona ..7.. 750a 7.CC a 5:lhournt.- - 7 60 am 7.0 a...

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Cashmere Roads. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 July 1914

Cashmere . Roads. By Wire. Melbourne, Thursday. Mr. ,Cal;pli~ell,'MI:LA., wires US u59 undei:--. Tho CGilnti'y Road(is Board issued to. day its report of the South Wester'i District. The report includes a proposal to construct a main road through thle contli of the two Cashmnere areas, nld eventually continuo throughl the third area when made available for selectiosl

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

Woo'seGreat Peppermint Cure. Fur Coughs and Colda, never fails, 1/6 Dn. HEnBERT BasEcow, B.Sc., of Adec!aide, has consented to become Pre sident of the Petroleumn Association, recently formed in Melbourne, to p-o tect the interests of lthose interested in the patroleumn industry, and to eptead a knowlhdge of petroleum minitng amongst the general public. Mr. George I).- Mluedellkas been elected chairman of a Council of Ten Fel'ows. CIOUP' AND WHOOPING COUGIH. "I used Chim berlain's Cough I~kmedy wieen mIy children, Andrew and Beulah were atttacknt with croup and whooping coeugh, writes Nirc C. Collie, H-t/o, Street, South I,'oken HlIe, N.S. W, "I lhave never found a het?te :nediuieu for the e complaints cend Bive it to my childrenr with the greatest eon tlence. I here no hIuitation in recolnnene' Skieta to everyone." Sold by Thlomsum, B~rdke an I Co. The droughtsti'l prevails at Koorin gabri, S.A. It is believed that even if rain should come now about only half of the seel eown would...

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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 July 1914

S hELW 0?'AiC RATES .'he new postbl rithe, isciuding the peney ipostage on letter, coime iln force on M1ay hbt. Tihe reduced ,rates are as follow: TIJROUGIIOUT CO1Btl1U WEALTII AND PAI'UPI'A. Letler ld .pe i z. Lerite aldb,singlil d .n c Do. reply ,ld. ccchl half. P'ostuard,singl i ,ld.each Do. reply, ld. eaeCh hlf. "'rrintld ip .lpRes .0.d. per 2. o. BoOkh, lpt nlitt-- !s ?iil Ab II li, 0"3 per 8:e0; n Aesirlia 0.d .per 8 ca. ?a~nat n es-i- t'ristid ini Australia, O0d. por 8 z ; printed outside Australia, 0.d. 1per 4 oz. "Han .,ard," O0d per 32 oZ. Comunetciai papers pettern, seamplee tnd inerhdl.iiutec , Id. lter 2 to. 0OEIthEA LQOIU]I']OES Letters Ircom the C. n nimtwealth to tho United Kirtgdi n, .veIea dt.OinionL, Britihl colenies eltid prttrctorateb except the New -lHbridre, ]d. pr ota. NEW ZEALAND AND T'IEISLANDS. The ra:e8 to New Zealand, Figi and British SolutlUtitr Ililnd? atre: Let id 1 oz. Pio aids igle ld. D rep ld.ce Le tr itigl d. Do reply ,ld .ech hal Maguziies Id. 8...

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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 DENIAL. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 July 1914

CO RRES PO N DE N E It s to be distinctly eunderstood that we. i Io wtn'c idenetifyourselves with theopili5,w expressed by oeur correspondents. A DENIAL. (To the Editor.) Sir,-A report is in circulation and lhas reached mno from three dilfrenct sources to the effect that I lhave left the Labor party. Permit me to say that thie report is entirely untrue. amn still a member of the Political .ib0or Council; I still believe that the, wealth of the iworld should belong to those who produce it; and I continuo to believe that tlhe most effective w'ay of securing the end inl view is for the workers to be united in ono organe'iz tion and to solidly support tieo decision of the majority us to the steps to hb taken.-Yours faithfully, CHARLES FRENCH.

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

St. Stevhen's S?UNI)AY, 5th July, Canon Carrii ihad will preach morn igg and evening. Holy Counuio ion at Mid day. lHaptism 4 o'clock. Baptist Church SUNDAY NEX''T. rreaclher--lThe Pastor H. Ikultcr. -']Raptismi; Scriptural or Traditional, Which 1 IUADIIIILLI AssembIIly, Oddfelliows' * ~ Ifl, FIlIDAY, ;Rd July. Gents' 31(6, Lalic. Flee. DancinLg 8 sLI:harp. 01ilt S.II.E, a (GIG. Alply at this / oflice. Al CC('OMMO])ATIONS for two Gentle man lhau'dtrs,? PI)UrysrLeCet Aplly "'tloniely," ciu Ibscrvcr ottice. L oST, on the leywood road, ':l/11i in 3 gold, and 10/ill silvur, in pimiu. RIe waud 10/ on rotillurning siie to this olttie, ..gato W. 'I. 'wiiites, (joi~ra post uotico. ? F you waut a Ilhoseiold or good S.?" Srtor intcrviecw W. Ileilierc. hit-i o.?_ flOi thle ialtic 1'uadi Dairy Maclinl eg Co, " . Oni FRIDAY, .IULY 3, A Grand Goncert T;*ill lI held in tlheI Free Lilbralry Ilt. 1'Pweed.s ihi iild of lIireslyterian.Oi(rgain lind. W'nltch flr prlingrmiunnit. Nursing. ( II1'1'VAT'I a...

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

W. HEMERS. COJCHBUILDER, CGenera1 Bla cksm&th;W heelw righ. & Horso.be .. .... - :PEgRO STREET, POLTLAND. II bego to tirsrul hig numerous patrono for their liberal so port in bhel ey b tn io y vls' n at o. a sli s 4,irly theb ib will hie oatant aim t?t o oo9 laase by do. uniformly good work. Neow cn'l S33an:1-h sr4B ggles always on Hand. juosmithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repaired Careful attention lgiven to the tyreing of wheels. Estimates given for all repairs, if required. aorso-S~oolag Strlotly Attondoo tr. tmugle of cli dtsr'ripCtion? Rapiro 1, Painted and renewed. plough Repaired alde Lightest draught. LO N? T So Simple ad ,troap, They Coonot go Wrong. rm forll ilusaed a t l o - t pl o d ten sewfiog msotlne,-copectatty wtieO ou lir, e to the louotry and hIeS thatt tyourelf. WARD 'ROS. Machlnef oboe b e pe u Lreet tthe, adrt other-onothtog to get out of order. and youo'lulie r tan oter WUe por freliht to your atotion gomrletee everyi uual...

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

C ONDAH. (From our correspondent.) Last Wednesday an orchard prunin (lemonstration was given at Mr. ]3aker's orchiard by Mir I. W. ])avey of the D)eparntmeut of Agriculture. In the vening Mr. Davey delivered an in teresting and instructive lecturu in the Mechanics' institute. Mr. Davey dealt exhlustively: with thiP fruiff indfist'y, and incidentally stated that he knowiof lothing that wouldl prove moro profit able. At the conclusion, after answeir ng somne questions, ho was accorded a vote of thankls. Theo above was held under the auspices of the P. and A. Society. ., = == m • . ,

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CONDAH SWAMP SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 2 July 1914

CLOsDAn SWA.MP SETTILIIS..---A de putation of Condah Swamp settlers waited on the Minister of Lands yes terday and isked that some definite uiranugeinent should be made with re gard to tle tenure of their leases. The. Miniter gave a favorable reply. The leputation was introduced by Messrs. C'umpbell and Duilus, Ms.L.A. CosNcenT.-A grand concert will be held :ii 'the Free Library hall to-mnor row (Friday) evening in aid of the P'resbyterian organ fund. The pro ramnine is an exce-ptionnlly attractive one. Onl'knAlv.-The death took place on the 30th ult., at St. Iilda, of Mrs. Fisher widow of the late Edward J. Fishcr. Deceased, who was 74 years of age, leaves five sons and two daughters: One of the sons is Mr. G A. Fisher, of Portland. Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peplpermint Cure, 1/6. MOUNT GAmnIcI RAIWrrAr. - The Mount Gamnbier line of railway fromla Heywood is now in full swing (writes tile "Spectator' Heywood corlcepol' ldent). Tihe rails are being laid at a rate of twe...

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 July 1914

FcZtal L. . 1(L( lL C llklrlhl> 20 LA?. MladlI r the unudrmeationedollces close at l'ortlandlaa follow: -. - araont an d A tlaid 7.50 a 7.60 a n .,l u I 'I7.I t I , I " .. larot .. 1.5 a c a.5c 0 7. : .t ,I .(L n I.11 , learce . ...Jpm I 9pm u11a ... 13riusnolmc ... 7.60 am 7.150 an 7.60 uam 7.li n .ll . aPort'u... ." . S - aL 1.00 a a .5 am;. 7tt am01 n 60 ( I i , U ??e Brldgewater »... A am 1" " Upr '.clson . 'I 2j. m Uj.eatoo Valley .. , . 0 an ( a n' I,Yrth .',rtlai) f 8:, 0 a n 6 , >lurington . .m " 9pim I" i n ' oltliral ... -. 1.50 am 7,m 0 am 7.50 a 7.60 a i .n t to .r (1 24ah ... .5 0 a. m 7.c 0 a m: .50 ,a 7. 70 a a .m CU" LDrtmoor .... . " 1.50 am i7.l( i u D ik Drik . . .50 a a 7.m " 0 E ailioh Mail,Weoit ei. . S d yj,7.)Ja.m.: Sirae .. ._ .50 am 851 a a. itmilton .... - 51.50 a m- 50 a. m 7.0 am l 7.50a n, 7{, a m i7.' i m li ty ) "..' .: 7.50 am 7.50 am 7:50 am 7,60,am . am ',: .5 a m K atbruck:... "" 7.50 am 6 6 .61' a cn I, 0 Brllgwatr - 9 am 9 am lyuas . . ......

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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 July 1914

hLW Lb~?A I(Alt., The new pohtal rater, ii.cluding the penny pinlllge on lettler, coame in force on M1la lot. The reduced ratea are Sa follow: THROUGII OUT COt Ihl ON WEALT]I ArD PAl UP'A. Letter ld ,pet ¢ t z. Do. riply ,d. unch nif. l'o 1tidid-,sa i gl :]d .each Do. ri ply, Id. vt ch hiif. Printtd pIjps Old .p~ r 2 oz. B th l, ptantt r -- '",. A tr't ir.fj per 8oz; n Autralia 0t)d .per 8 i,. lagazln s e- -l'rijtld il Australia, Old. peor 8 oz ; printed outride Australia, 0ld. per4 oz. "llansard," tOd pt r 12 ix. Conlaercial piplets pitlterns,- sampnles and nlerelt dlue. Id pi r 2"r z. 0VE1??E:A Lt1lllNOES Letters Ir Int the CI it n.r It ealthl to the United Kit gdt m, t vtiria dimininitr, Brilti h colte nie sad priti ttorateb exct pt the New Ilrbride?, Id per ? i . NEW ZEALAND AND D'1 ETLAEDS. TIhe rat:s t?e rAw Zealand, Figi and · Brittsbi Stlt nmto blatluds ae.: Let ld oz. I'o aida rgle Ed. D rep d. ea Le tr . itigl d. Do reply,ld .each hal alllgaziles i d. 8 . , additional 4 o ...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 July 1914

PORTLAND T* LEtjhU±l. BUREAU. ''l ollouing is liaiato tolophonealati nodl clhtrge?:-_ hiame Fi. 3mins. Additiona - fjTown Convornation, Smins. 'Ulranxholnme iScd 6d Ilyaduk 1 9 (d L.ailc -'t!.on 2d 2d S avcondiah la 91 "Casterton vial Iranoxlolno I' 90 Castertlon via Hamilton, la 4d . I Joloraino s18 4d Is Crondaih cd 51 Clossdl.l Is 9d Dcnnltgtou l 9d1 Uigby, iia Itanix.olmtoo la Od Dunkeld Is 9Od Glenthcmpson las 4d Is Ilawkeadele laeJ 9d HIailton i Ia 9d I'Hoywood 2d 2d ! Ktntbruck 1d 5d( Kilkalal la 9(d Koatit Is 9d Lake Bola la 10d i 2d Macarthur ia 4d ls lhanixholft e Is 9d Mutino, ' Ia llainilon la 4d la .1ountr GOamnbier Is 9d lMoyne Falla Is 9d Mlyatm n 6d 51 Naurarwong 2d 2d N iloion g8d Dd Penal.u, at la 9d Port Fairy . 8d id Pot Mcl)nno ls 4d la Hipl onlhursot Ia .9d 'Tyrendarra 3d Bd VY imruk d , 0 SWallanodal 8d ( " WVarrtnam1oo1l I 9g Wicklilf Ia 1]0 la 2 l.oolstBlhorpo 9d Foa for messengcr call, any persono dicd wihiin one nmilo--3d., *Note.-- lranxhlolre closes from...

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MR JOSEPH COOK'S VERACITY. (BY CHARLES FRENCH.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 July 1914

'MR JOSEPN COOK'S VERACTy (By CHARLES FRP.NCI, . In thie i"Age "if Suiturday, thIerell. pears it report ifa Sp[ch delivered by the Priiie PMiniter, Mri. JosephII Cook at St. Leonard ' N.S «-., in the course of hIe stid: -"The I oleuiisl but tlin idoptii, wats going to be itjiminijhing junntity every yearl. alecording t, 1'isoher' Iheonry. but Iast year it brIught in £200,10U siior e thai the yea*r befot re: 1. ofoi tuIii ti.y foi Mr. Cook there iw paegl o p'e I1 of tile Sniiine lllo pcared Oil tl lson the AXrg'os of nanie te, na She dole jureitu'd by tlblL Feileral I:eel Tx C'oioioo.iosiu er, 'liWn lig tie reoilt nt tin Yearu 'I'ux Ascnene 1:'10-11 1..5. ,4 19)11-12 It will ibe obiseived that iiste.tint of 1iii increase of £200,000, lIast 3ea:r'Un ; iment shionecd it dccreians of £10 0i71 froni the jreceding yeiui ch ii its tirii in £91,418 les tallu thie average of enrlie yeanrs. Mr. Cook win wrong ti, the eltent of R:304,07 0-a tere trifle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 July 1914

S Rheumatism. ' ENDIGO LADY'S RECOVERY. '- Nine years ago I was it groilt sutl lfer from Rhetumatisml. being laid upi; . or three weeks," writes Mrs. Elilzn hibth Bray, St.. Quiarry illll. lien - Idgoi, VieC. S7 flu;g si-veral r r II edlie with little iprovmrenat. I ridecided . to try Dr. i Mors-s i / Hiry. IPi:.*. At tl, t lper lod -itieed, having to hobbleo lrlut with the ahssitaitnce of a wa\lkilng stick when ailble to leave Ily ledl. iThe .effeet of Dr. Morse's Ind:au RIcot Pll was m:larvellous. anlld my recovery was rapid. I only used half iia ottle of PilLs and became, myself once utore-restored to perfect Itealth. I .art a cOllnan cf usutally vigorous Yae:ltih and aml a great believer inl your remedy. Mly Illusizlanld- also haIrs faith in theon for roelie of taekachei anrd Kidney Trcuble." tDr. Itorse's Indian llot 1':1s provedI erffreive because thley drove the Uric A:trd cut of the systeriln, purilerld thu 't d-. nod aI:ded In the d'gestioni alnd .ztiigtttaticn of food. I)r...

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Our Cable Service LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 July 1914

Our caDl, 8-arvic (Riuriit's TiRLicinAl.) LONDON, Satud?~y. Solres of peoPlle soireled to cooler eurs rents:,in aeroplines.to ?void the grtat bCait ii Loidonori..r " Two htindred looters 'Vereul sotiby their fellow soltldiers at Kalgan, in' North-west Pekinr -The Press in .every colutry eo-'" gises the Iate Mr. Joseph Chaiberlain as ia great Ministe'. ''wcnty-seiplaries will pariticipaite in the forthcening Spithead review. Iniiiiense crowds viewed the Idies of Ferdinand and the Quiee, whosae lying in state at the imperial Pblt?e at Viennls i il silver collins. T'hl c shlots!' were. fired at Mritame Doyen, the princlipal witness .iil ti forthllcing tiial of Mildtuuse Caillwl.

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FEDERAL ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 July 1914

F?' P:DnsiL ior.Ls.-4Qualified poe sons wh I hlire not already taiken irction to secureori, ginal eriolie1t. and persons who are already enrolled, but, have be come entitled to transfer or' change of enrolment by reasoins of change of redi dence are reconttenllle.d to take actionl to secore coirect curolnment by applyiny at the neareist post ofice for claim cards' strictly moloplying with the require nients of the''ltaw in regard to qua:lifi- - t.ions audi provious enrolment, as ini 1. dicated .theicon, and lodging their duly signed aind witnessed claims, by post or otheirwise, with. the registrar for the slubdivisions in which' they have their lilaces of living. Electors who have removed froln one division to another are reminded thalt it is tihe duty mif the divisional returningolticers and elecloral registri t to lodge, objections to the re tention on the rolls of the 1 unes of all electors who, they hlave reason to be lieve, have ceased to) havie their pliai:es of living in the ...

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