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DEATH OF MR. CHAMBERLAIN. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 July 1914

Q2EATHI OF MR.O C.i AMi RLIAI\.. I NDO, Fri'daIy. Thecdlleatlh is iiar ouinct d of the lI?ht iHois J?.elli ,Chiimleiliin. (M1 Chinibei lain, "ho fur a period uip to ta decade i?a wa s.neo fel the lost eonspienli iSi: figures in the, worlde jiolities;, is b-bo i ini 183G. HIe bhg his public caier in e rrien,' ir ghall oe which tiwn lie wslisthtl ii:e iLa r. He' wa? elected to' tlie House of Ce?eionas in 1876, and setied as ha private memeber until 1885. 'Foi fiV?rt years afterwasrd he was piesiddntýof the Board of Trade, for a yeari aftrwriids'lhe was Pr'esident oftlhe Local Govei iinout Board, and from that time urintil his retirement in' 1903 Secreltary. of State for thfle Colonies. In: that';capacity he1 wa. generally the moutlhpiece of the O/.: vernmei;t, clutting a.inuclh more preeI minent figurei than .his leader, lied' Salisbury. In ..1903 lhe retired faro office, and ihnioutieed that. ie could'. devut.)iimself. to the advocacy of pr' feeentiai ' trnade, h?it 'for several I ye...

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

Foul Breath The old saying that "distance lends enchantment" ' was never more aptly to the point than when applied to those people whose 'breath is laden with evil-smelling and offensive odours. Many persons appear most attractive at a dis ance;,. but produce a feeling of pity and disgust when close to, because of the condition of their breath. For in3lance it makes little difference how beautiful a woman may be, or how charming her manner, if her breath is foul; her charm is gone, and she is at a disadvantage whenever she comes in contact with other people. Foul brettth in wo mcan arouses in man a feeling of re pugnance and a desire to get out of the company of such a woman as quickly as possible, and even women will avoid her. It is, therefore, im portant for` every woman who va)r ues her personal attractions to take such care of herself that this un pleasant and unnecessary complalnt is avoided or corrected. Men, wom en, and children who are troubled 'with this complaint will, dr...

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HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 July 1914

HAMILTON STOCK REPORT. :Julyg9. T:at sheep.-lWe ? eport a yardingdo 424 good.to prime. ewes and wetlhes. Theri tml's a fair attendance of the ioatl trade? but not so. moany. outside buyers as.usuall, .sj that tile iddinga ws hardly as 'brisk as 'rst week, still' competition was goail, though pries lluctuatcd 'i little, and 400 were dis: posed of,. oiane being.disposed of prir-' ately. Store slieep. Only a few smal lots of merino wethdis, 'anid also crossb,?l andl comeback e'oes, . the latter witl, good liambs at foot, canie to hand.- They " met withljftilr coniletition, and all found pureharsers. :.';. Fat cattle. --Twelove to hand incdud ilig cows, lieifers mull btullocks, met brisk comipetitioiin iisid all sold undtr the, h/ltliinr. Quotations-Bullocks, fair beef, £7i/17/6; cows, good, £8 to £8/16/; mediarne, cow, £.1/10/; prime hbifers, andY nly weilghts, £7/lb/; ditt, £6/3/ i and sinll .£4/4/. Stolo' Cattle:. A inixed 'ot of about 40 head. in till; including it few steers, milke...

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STRIKES YOU ANY TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 July 1914

BThIEES TOU ANY TIME. Never know when or where backache pains will strike you. The kidneys will go wrong, and when they do the first warning is generally .through, the back. Neglect means many serious ills, it's only a short step from common backache to rheumatic pains, urinary disorders, dropsy and Bripht'e Disease. Duean's Backache Kiduey Pils cure every ill of .ihe kidneys and bladder. Read this testimody, it tells of a cure that lasted. Mrs. Wilsan, Hllr Road, H:amilton, says:-"I have been in grand health since I used D)an's Backa3he Kidney Pills; they fixed me up copletely. liefore I used this remed I was a great sufferer with" disordered kidneys. The pains in the small of my back were dreadful, while to stoop was almost an impossibility. Ic told not d i my wtok without sufferiiig torture, tand I always felt tired. When Doan's Backache Kidney Pills were tirstadver.. tised in Hamilton I got a bottle,.atid they cured me. I have heard a g;tod many pe iple complaining shout sore ,b...

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V. R. C. RACES. By Wire. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 July 1914

V. R. C. RACES. By Wire. The following aire the Iresults of Sat urday's races at Flemingtoi:- G.N. Hurdle Race-Clontaft i, ILOrn Grey 2, Bill'Brandon 3. Maiden Hurditles - Lady Pistol lt Porch 2, Tardy 3. Iramoo Welter H-landicap - G?an Marshall 1, Abbey Craig 2, Gold Gift. Maiden Steeplechase - Sapper 1, Sonny B. 2, Donald Wallace 3.' Myross Handicap-Aristeus 1, Wd cira 2, Ulilus 3. Winter Handicap-Two Ales 1, 8'1 vanmoro 2, Jnllundur 3.

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

Market Report The Australtan, Mercantile, Land and Finance Company Ltd. report. Ju'y 2nd. Sheepskins.--Good catalogues were submitted at this week's auctions. Buyers were fully represented, and values all round were firmly maintained. Hides -The market this week was well slapplied, and- gdo'o competition ruled for all weights ab late rates. Tallow.-Competition was not. very steady at the sales this week, although no alteration may be quoted. Owsves of Edison Phonographs please note tlhat we have landed a large supply of the New Unbreakable..Blue Amberol Records. Now is your oppiortunity to select choice Records at .ToTe Baos,, •'The Talking Machine 'Store,"'Bentinck street.

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

: 3LDOR SALjE - Seccid-h.lind' Jillker, 7k nearly new. Apply W. Sinnot, Fed rid CfutreI PAliace. I OR SALE, a Gi(. Apply at thbi Soilice. __________ A COMMODATION for two C.netle .a man U'1I ,ld'trsle , Pe'rcy .tret Apply 'tloiily," c., I bselrver otice, IF you wanit a lHcusehhld ,c r good ti Sepl rator intrview W. Ileners, locial agcn for the Baltic I'uslh Dair)y Mauchut ery Co, Social. 1T E cusciil Lorttig itly Soucil will be i hld in tih Oddfellowv' Illll onl FIri "lniy nilghl , the 10tli illst. *The tirht Iplrl ,f tllhe re.)ing will b, devoted to t1 Etuclre 'l'.rt iiniitenit.: scltrtin'cg it 8. l.s .liiri. P . I)'DO?)NEI I, louui.,Sec. Nursing. .nIRlVATE icccmlllicHltioii fir laildi. in diecsposed. Termlis Iitoduratet. Mlls. I:r.ows. e/', Mr.3l. Iiobl, lIurid t street, '.ortlatil. .oitl&f nd Coffee Palace. Corrnir of I'Pcy and rlenry streeti. W. SMITH, Proprietor (Laie i(f Munthern.) lPermnnenlt Bilirderr, £1. per week. Ordilcury tarif lr tleals at all ihours. Slrciatl I...

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

COACHBUILDER, Gene ?? laks th, Wheel right "& Horse"oe i . PE SoYbTILEET, POLTLAND. ±. =" At' hs to th ie'e his numoirots patrons for their tiberal so -port in the Styaro ci 1 ti otulia i leItly tit it w.11 his estant-aim In e i 11 o 3he1" by do. uniformly, good work. w, a ni Suo~ r1 h B Bggies always on Haid. ,aosnithing Done and all kinds of Agriultural Implemezits Repaired Careful attentipn given to the tyroing of whoole. Etimates given for all repairs, if required. Oarso-Shooing Strlctly Attonded t'.. 'i;ugio of al di4, ripil It p irel,,.Laintal andrenewed. ough Repairel . i ade Lightest draught. w o Simple and cItrong, They Cannot go Wrong. lrpll?ci ty to a great thine In a you lie inc the country and ha tfiAityourself. WARD ROS.' aMbclleb hane fewer parts than tsly oIher-nothing to get ir t oif ordce. youo llcheon-er than otsler l W'e poy frelght to your stanton gOoaee every icnhine-and let you ha e eit o easy terms. Write Sor itlustrated Caltlog-pot o9 tree. an ne Os ...

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ALL SAINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 July 1914

ALL, SAINTr.- We are informed that it has been decided to hold a week's :bazaai the second week . in 'January next in aid of All Saints' building fund. SocIAL.-T'he usual fortnightly social will bo held in the Oddfellows's-hall on Friday nlight, the first part of the oven ing being devoted to ai euchre tourna ment. T.ll:death took place at Digby on Thursday last of Mr. -Walter' J. Heazle. wood, second sonofr:btijit.1'. Heazleo. wood, after a prolonged illness. -He was 34 yearsi of age. state of thl roads leading to the Port land railway station yard was broughtll again under the notice of the Conlrnis sioners oil Friday last by Mr. Camp. bell, M.L.A. Mr. Campbell was as sured that the metal for the repairing of the roads was now onil the wiay to Portland, andl i coilinnenclclenat of the work would be nmuile imnmediately. GolnAl IoAns.--Mr. ]-I. J. M. Camp bell, M.L.A., interviewed the Public Works ])epartment when in Melbourne last week, and informs us that the Engineer of Roads and...

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CAPE BRIDGEWATER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 July 1914

CAPE BRIDGEWATER. (Front our correep ,?dentf The ni:e showers at nio 4arid the bright sunny.days are makink a wonder ful growth in tie gIasP and erops:. The rainfall is. sulicent for??present require. nmenta, but some of the loo&l soges pre dict a dry season. It is very rrmsrk able thait several springs in wells are lowering rapidly. Thi4 i3 unusual at this.time of the year, but is probably the result of the preceding dry seasons curtailing .the supply. T'le rainfnll recorded at the local observatory for June is 188 points, making a total-for the six mnonslrh of 11' inches 31 points.: For tbhe corresponding period: of last year there is a shortage of on'y 64 points. None of the m sin channe's in the Cashmere heath drain ige works is run sting, and there is only a sign of water in the Ligoons. This is caused by the land becoming dry to a great depth last season, and unless a heavy down pour falls the drains will not run this winter. Buyers of fit s'oak are securing all local ...

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CLOSER SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 July 1914

CLOSER SETTLEMENT. At a dinner given recently at Ham in conneclion with the openine of the renmodelled State school, the Honn; E. J. White, M.l.C., and Mr. H J. M. Campbell, e.tL.A., ,lade reference to the ditliculties expetiencel itt connec tion with the Government closer se:tle ment's. Mr. White said there were in this district a lot of c'oser eettlerd, who were working under disabilities, and and Parliament would have to do something to keep tl.em on the land. He felt that the areas might be in.. creased, but. did notcthink.the ahnlition of Clause 69 would mnPeet the difficulty. lie did no!t.think £5000 worth of land too much to give a settler, for if he was not worthy to he trus'edt with that amount of land, he was not worthy to be a settler. Mr. Campbell, said withl retiad to closer se'tlem"nt, it hid not been the su-cass that was expected. 'The Go vernment liL-I appointed a royal com mi-sin, to find out the reason. He. believed that C ause 69 wo?uld have.to go. He was always o...

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COUNTRY ROADS. SOUTH-WESTERN DISTRICT. THE BOARD'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 July 1914

COUNTRY ROADS. SOUTH-WESTERN DISTRICT. THE BOARD'S REPORT. The proposasa of the Country Roads Board for the South-Wastern disteict have been laid before the Minister of Public Works. In its report the board states: "Considering the area .to be served, it must be admitted that the proposals of the board for the south-western per. tion of the State are on somewhat of a modest scale compared with olher parts of the State. That they are so is due to a number of causes, .the principal of which are the nature of the occupancy of a very large section of the area by grazing, the class of- country to be served, and the fact that two important railways-the Hamilton-Cavendish and Balmoral line, and the Heywoid to Mount Gimhbier line-are in course of construction, which for the present necessitates the postponement of the consideration -of road propositions through the large areas to be served by those-railwas. The map issued earlier of the Cape Otway district showed the roads as far west as Wa...

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PORTLAND HOSPITAL. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 July 1914

PORFLtND HOSPITAL. {(To the Editor.) Sir,-Kindly allow tme space in your paper for the ful:owing:-The annual. meeting of subscribers will be:held this mnuth, and it may not be out of p'ace to make a few remarks upon the trains actions of the board of management, Vwhich is compnsr(d of gentlemen whose sol?. purpose, of being nsmlbers is on selfishl in the highest degree. Personasly they. have nothing to gain; therefore iheireself saerificing in the interest of the institution rthuld commend itself to the highest and best opinions of the 'artoltigoet community of which our fortlaind district cotrists. The board insets inonthily fur business, and al thodugh there is sometimes warinth of feeling texpressed, we are charitable :enough to think it is from the rurest m.iotive of wanting to do the tigbt anid best thing in ,the interest of the insti tution; During the past year the board has spared neither timne ror xpense to improve the institution for the comfort of thc iisnates.: whlith co...

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Rev. Worrall and Boxing. CHIEF SECRETARY REBUKED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 July 1914

Rev. Worrall and.Boxing. CuhriE SiECRETARY ReB:nKED. "For the last six or seven years Aus trilia has hben maide the happy ihunit. ing ground for pugilistic advelltuers. They have been boomed by the Press, lauded by the multitude, and even blessed by the church; for priests and prelates were quite gushing in their attitude towards Tomniy Burns prior to his humniliating and disastrous con test with that black scoundrel, Jack Johnson,'"began the Rev. IT. Wor.all, in an address at Wesley Church, Mel bourne. WVe, have It law which pro an educated and Christian Chinese nerchant from living with a legitimate wife of his own race on Austiralian soil," continued Mir. Worrall, "and Poon Gooey must go, but we welcome with open arms It sensual and pugilis tic negro, when he comes to take thou sands of sovereigns out of our pockets by the barbaric method of punching onle of olurl oiwi race .and speech into ia blood-stained mass of bruised iadl im potent humanity. And over and above all this we h...

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

TIHE TROUBLE HAD DISAPPEARIDI). " So'e Twelve months ago," writei Mr. II. Braitey, 2 Ebeleigh Street, Woollahra, N.S W. 'my ula hher suffered considerably with chlst complaint and my a'tenti n being. cole.i to all advertisement on Clhaolberlaiii's Cough Remedty I decidled to buy it for her The inprovemiens was so marked after n few doses that we continued to give her the Reemedy, and after two bottles we were - I deed gratitied to find that the trouble which we had dreaded migh becolme chronic had disappeared." .Sold by Thomson, Brake nd Co. For Children's Hsckine Ci.ugh at Night Wool3' Great Peppermint Cure 1/6 Tile Explorer was "oing far front his home, RIound the South 'olo te daesired to roamu. His wife was packing his traps with tears; But hIe strove to dispel her (doubts and feats; "One thing' I at sunre I'll not do without,, 'Twill enable te'coughs and colds to flout, Woods' PeppermfintfCure he sure to pack, I care not what else my outlit may lack." WVood'aGreet Peppermint Cu...

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WORKED WONDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 July 1914

iVOR1tKD WONDERS'Cue S "I hlte o used Chamberlan's Cu. Roemdy for years,' says Mm. +a;tl++een ]3iiigbam, Kentl Sltreot, TcllriFfo, Q·(Ol of mny so us w as so bad 1ith cont allu al rol (hot I really fcsred h Chwould beo'Foroi Bumpltion. Three bottles of ° Cough Remedy wjrkoJ such roudI 11 I am no longor anxiou0 about cough 10g. mny gnroedotilu Iled seboo1Onlg "O'1 CMr it Chbziiibrloin't R Co Iy ailo +tKM socn freo of, thio tdzetreosig s olog lalu Sold by Thomsonz, litbao aiidC0. OwNomm(B;of Edisoti PhoUnlral)g..:rh jI inoto that wo hIav liiiidied a larg e sapP of tho Now 'Unbk hasblhlOl e ]jloe Am Records. N'w 'i0 your dpbYrtuaiimlY oelect choico RecdirlOsýnt "!*t'ontiQ' l "Theo Talking, nclmhiii Storer, street.

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Football. Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 July 1914

'Football. MelbournL, SOitU'ld"), Following are the results of todl)' matches: Richmond 9.11, Collingwood '13 Oeelong 8.14,Mc-,olbourne 3.i Cailton 11.21, University 8.8 St. -Kildu, 8.G, Essendon 6. 18 l South Mclbourno 10.1, Fitzr'oy

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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. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 6 July 1914

O R HES P H En EN 1112 to be distinttly,snderstood that we 'uI ec way iden±ify ourselves icitle the opi.ioat expressed bys our o irrespondents . ". (To the Editor.) Sir,-I notice. in your reporb of the last mesCting of the Shire Council that a letter received by that hod.y from the Public Works Department re gasrt from tourist vote for the-road to Cape Nelson is to be sent to the Borough Council with a request that they should pay the whole of thle local contribution (£50) deminded by the Governmenr, The Shire Council, I think, took'h just view of the matt?r. The milking of this road would not benelit a single shire ratepayer. and h ltevi r benefit will result will go iut rely to the borough. So for that is a fair conclusion, hut there. is another tha-e,. f the question. The roadl to the (,pe is used chiefly for driving visitors to the lighthouse-one of 'urtlaud's show places-end he peop'e %Jho hene i m1ost from the trallic are the livery stable proprietors and' hotelkeepere. If, th...

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

THEY SAY Thalt Mr. G,'rant has a capital pro. me for Wednesday night. : It should draw a bumper house. 'That a number of countoerfeit shil lin"s are in circOlatiol in the Geelong d-istict. The iinitation is a good one, .and the year is 1I11 That Mr.. and Mrs. Wni. Hide, of Digby, of Digby, celebrated their golden wedding on Friday. They Sokerd rem.Iarkably well, and were the ,,,iiients of many congratulahtions. That Mr. Scnmldan, the Labor Pro ,,iet' of West Australia, intends to in troduce next session a 'Local Option Bill. The teiperance party is going to stand strongly to him oa the clec tions. That the heat iii London is intcne' registering 88 in the shade. That the , hospital demonstration conmnittee at Shepparton collected £212 for the Mooroopna hospital at a cost of only 7/6. That'tho Rev. J. M'oore, Methodist minister, of Clunes, when hurrying to the railway station to meet the Presi Idet of the Methodist Conference, stag gered and fell. When picked up life was extinct. That...

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

IN MEMORIAM. SMITH.--In loving remembrance of my beloved wife, Emma, who died at Port- land on July 7, 1913. Hear what the voice from heaven pro-   claims,   For all the pious dead; Sweet is the savour of their names, And soft their sleeping bed. They die in Jesus and are blest;     How kind their slumbers are, From sufferings and from sin released, And freed from every snare. Far flom this world of toil and strife, They're present with the Lord; The labours of their mortal life End in a large reward. [Inserted by her loving husband, J. F. Smith.]                

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