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FAMOUS BRITISH REGIMENTS. Honors of the Royal Munster Fusiliers. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 25 February 1915

FAMOUS BRITISH REGIMENTS. Honors of the Royal Munster Fusiliers. One of the bravest deeds of the war was the heroic action of the Royal Munster Fusiliers, who, mustering only two companies, dragged a num ber of horseless guns to safety, whilst under a murderous fire from 3000 entrenched Germans. This is not the first occasion on which the battle fields of France have seen valiant work by the Munsters. As far back as the days of the Stuarts the regi ment fougth many good fights on the [air fields of the Continent, when for sheer love of fighting they juined the troops of the King of France. This action has never been forgotten by the French, and to-day the Irish sol dier is always sure of a popular wel come amongst our Allies. With other Irish units the regiment was first founded for the purpose of guarding the ordnance of the Army at the time of James II., for artillery rapidly followed the invention of gunpowder. Being armed with a wea pon known as the "fusil,'* the regi ment were ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 25 February 1915

3Lcr&usr }j> olEuuxlti^a l/Tl Act MwJznr^ asruL Aiit lib AaA, ccrrdirnjuuiA jto wuyrca4></

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 25 February 1915

V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. Despite the oft-reiterated state ment that this is tlie worst drought Victoria has ever known and that in its disastrous effects it transcends that o£ 1902, the rural residents of the garden State of the Common wealth group are not faltering in their fight with fortune, nor can it be said that they are unduly downcast at their prospects. War, drought, and needless Interference with busi ness by politicians are all stated to be causes why people in the country should have some misgivings as to the future; but, nevertheless, it is not too much to say that never was a coming year more hopefully faced than is 1915 by the people of Vic toria. Resilience of spirit under mis fortune and a determination to fight fate bravely and as far as possible cheerfully have always been marked characteristics of the Australian, and never have those admirable qualities been more strongly in evidence than in the dark days through which Vic toria in common with the rest of the Briti...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 25 February 1915

Friend of Health / 1 |M A MMI> 111AI |>ltl:.vrms 1 ^ INI !■ CI ION AND CI I AN-SI-s - A1 ONI. Ol'l KA1ION. ^ iini.n.s.IM anki1.s, lU.hOINC,, ' 1 ' hooks. .sinks, nr., r.rcv / Al l. IMtOMI. .SI'OI'l r.S.St.y • < I I I an and muti- isy U.sing '

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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FRONTIERS IN THE OLD WORLD AND THE NEW. Do Armaments Provoke Wars? [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 25 February 1915

FRONTIERS IN THE OLD WORLD AND THE NEW. Do Armaments Provoke Wars? If they were not so deeply engross ed just now in the work of mutual butchery, we would Inv'te the war ring nations of the continent of Europe to contemplate the following very 'significant facts (says the "Scientific American). First, that here, on the continent of America,. the two greatest nations of the world, have a common fron tier, which extends, unbroken, for some four thousand miles. Second, that throughout the whole vast reach of it there is. not to be found, on either side, a single forti fication, or any offensive or defensive military work of any kind whatso ever. Third, that heading up to, crossing it, or running parallel with this fron tier, there does not exist a single so called military railway—every line of railway communication having been built with a single eye to the develop ment of the natural resources of the two countries, and the mutual ex change of the products of peaceful in dustry. Fourt...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Knowledge. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 25 February 1915

K nowlo<l(]c. my liny," mtltl llio old I'ar uu'i', "uftfr you Ititvn noito tlnounli it i'oiin.0 u( thai A jm' If ll H unit ('nllunn, I iluivnay ytm will Uiimv it 11 nlioiit Mill:., mill ilii'lr iioalmnul, ami dial iiiut or ililnf;. Wlial (to you tliinli of iliIn iiinailou', iiou''.'" "Il.v .lovo! I'i»(lii'i1," ccli'il llin Melon lllli' ami, "wlmt a IH1111 ■ 1111111 ninailiiu' fill' playliiK I'nnlliiill In!" Tlii! CJ t> 111 Ufi. Mollior: oli, iloiior, I rniilly ilon'l linou' what In ilo Willi Iuy:11111. I am mo njuii'1 My i'IiIIi! luin IiiiiI vvIn>■')•!iii*. rnii):li, mi'imli':!, 111111111 • m , ami u lion I t'oiilo homo I Ills atloi'iiooii, I 1111 <1 lilin III ur.aln. Hih'Kh". Tin- liny'a ,i i-oniuM, Milliter: A c.iMilniiV I >iii-|11r: Wa; liillnllo I'lipai'lly fur 111111 r i; ■ luilmi. Tim 1111'yr11■ Imill loi' l«n m.iv In' a 1111 r 11 •, oi' llm |inM, lull I hi: luunntnrli Imlila iI :i nu n.

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Original Correspondence. BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 25 February 1915

Original Correspondence. BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. TO THE KDITOR. SIR,—Reading the strong appeal or-■ behalf jjf this Fund I think it is about timo something was done ia the matter. I feel sure if a systematic canvass was made of tho whole of the township of Foster, that a considerable sum would L>t>. tho result. This is the most deserving: case that has ever como under the notice of tho' civilized world. I would suggest that a ladies.committee be formed.and a. number be doputed to collect at the forth coming show, v-hero there would he a chance of receiving subscriptions from those from a distance who are seldom in tho township. As thd farmers c£ South Gippsland have greatly benefitted by tho war, surely they can sparo a little in re turn for this most, deserving object.—■ >..t?urs, etc', "SYMPATHY."

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNWOMANLY WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 25 February 1915

UNWOMANLY WOMAN. The true woman is never unfemin ine. It Is the female who despises sex and its limitations, who hates home and children, who is ever at war with men, who envies them, un | dersells them, rates them, who has neither beauty, charm nor warm, na tural affections—she is the unsexod woman, though she may never have donned pantaloons or carried a gund, or even murdered a harmless little bird. Good nature, like a bee, collects its honey from every herb. Ill nature, like a spider, sucks poison irom tue sweetest flower. Do not sneer at marriage because you have married the wrong woman; she may not have married the right man. Sport teaches men to tackle diffi culties In the right spirit, ta pull to gether in times of trouble, and to keep their tempers when they lose.

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MAN WHO MADE AMENDS. "So keen have men been to get to the Front that they have actually impersonated Reservists." [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 25 February 1915

THE MAN WHO MADE AMENDS. 1 "So keen have men been to pet to the Front that they have actually Im personated rtosei'vlatn." «' Vr^vaa'wo", h-V.Vr.t,'!' I v"",i«!;i!; ? ? • "i> linn) jni,, ii. . ««"«.■ wit,;';, l no woiiKiu olapjioil hop himil i„ S.H!tSM»w- '»y c«S hii»M",ni ""»■'»»? «t T»ih\r»y «•«.• ,sa I is'i' 'iifm'fioi'r 'i'.Vi Vi!nl'i!l'i,i!!K'r.ll.l;,ul F-:;X Uro^JS'" ",,l,l: "wbnV" «» ">'»? I ..l5''iml ,lmvn in I. ""••i-ii i."r S,,"T ;;i;;:oii"ur I iioIiIkmI. I"» "lul "\V«t wiiro," <i!u, .M,(,[ - mi uiiMl lior „„ n!;;!;::, 'y »«'"• it l'( i"'(It (! pi J || ''''1 S«SS u;)S V;;;;;.;----''i lh" I'm■),,,!. T);„' ; 1"'"M| """" Into 1.1,1 [ cluilp. «<inm„ ,|iiin|tii|{ r,-olll V(||| l.y'Vh,"h"l!„:,v,,r 1 »h.:'1,1,/r,V,J';;;/»;»• ■v"» !<»' Iiuu-rvii,,. 11(1, 1 S!r:zr:>:yr •»" my in,. |" "I'linli nil m'nr "",l m"1 "imlll I.I.M 1" ll" lui'l 1,1,1 uu ).,, Iiccaii!!,! wi.,,,11 ,„u,,,u' imir.il " ihhv Irar ' 1 'v<> ''"'"Inn over »"'«•...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Services. Sunday, Feb. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 25 February 1915

Church Services. Sunday, Fob. :>S. Catholic Church. — Musses Toora 0, Foster 11, vespers 7.30. Methodist Church.—Foster 11 ujn.d 7.30, Foster North 2.30. NVoorarra J1, Iloddle Range 2.30. Toora district— Toora 11, Woorarra 2.30, Bowen 7.30. Church of England. — Foster II and 7.30, Armstrong's 2.30, Hodgkiuson 11, Agnes 2.30, Toora 7.-15. l'resbyterian Church. — Biaginvarri. 11, Welshpool 3, Toora 7.30.

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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COURTING IN SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 25 February 1915

COURTING IN SPAIN. Spain shows its individuality most in courtship and marriage. In -no other country does love at first sight so often lead to marriage. The young unmarried girl of good social position never walks in the street without a chaperon, and it is quite permissible for any man who is at tracted by her to follow her. He must not walk abreast of her, nor ought he, oil the first occasion, to speak to her. Having ascertained where she lives, if he is sincere in his pursuit, he makes frequent appearan ces under the window and continues to follow her when she and her cha peron go out. If his looks please, the lady will presently make an appearance on the balcony and enter into conversation with him. He may even talk to her when she goes out, and her chaperon will turn a deaf ear when the lady throws replies over her shoulder. In this way each discovers the social po sition of the other, and If independent inquiries by parents and guardians are satisfactory, the flirtation from ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 25 February 1915

Valedictory. T!;fi fi'K'in!:; of .Mr. V. C. -icks, hi one timo accountant in the I jsbV branch of the R.vik of Aus- I trahisia, will bo pleased 10 nolo be low that iirioi- to hh: departim: ai; a volunteer in the Bxpeditionary Farce | i connection with the present great j ':;rnpcan war, !:e ur.5 resident:? in ; . ;at!;aiia v/.as highly appreciated, as is shown by the extract taken from . tfW .'-iiiiuirlcali "Leader," v.-hich liar,: !)?o» supplied us:--- ; •'Previous to his departure from | Mathalia, tlie friends of Mr. V. C. < Tricks met at the Court House hotel to bid him farewell and mark their ' appreciation of lrrn as a townsman | •>v the gift of a small memento. Cr. 1 31. Tuckett presided, and said he : war. proud to be present that oven- : ins to 'wish welt 01* a raan like Mr. Tricks, who, while occupying a good ! position, was willing to give it up j and offer himself to his country. He 1 felt that there should be hundreds [ more follow iu his footsteps. They . m...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 25 February 1915

CHAPTER IX. Margaret looked so ili and bo wretched that her mother impatient b decided to send her out of town lor a week. pvo«Si gnlS Yhite cheeks and sad depressed Sir John terribly. He i more tender than his wife \ although he had fallen in with 47r thS he b:(ld t0 C0Ilfess to him self that it went very much against the gram to impose such hard condi youn* People who eudently loved one another so dear It was Dolly who had put the idea her0 sister away.^ ^ °f SGndins th:%b, sim.?iLiiyiiig to get back to safd °\\nfvS'l n® younger Sirl had allrisht suSSestion appeared a good one to Lady Alicia, although she was Sot'v;V."npf,ent With ller eIder girl. ed off'?nrGn andf Spence were pack .7 ,lu a motor-car and the irirl could sit and dream, and weep, and ZL frcelvT3B.drIVeu away her sorrow * ® ircGlj as sho chose teWrinhv' tr> by wireless wWn nupert informing him bach r™™ ^S' a"d a messa£e came ack from inm which was like i (!arimwithb0t sunsbine where all was nark with care and fear...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Had Tried it. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 25 February 1915

11 .tit Tried It. "W hilt I v.,ml," II.I 111 III'' 1111111. "In to I'.i't 111i>i rI• 'iI iti>11 liai r ii llrarrllll, ipili't llnliln," " Wi'll," i111til I'-ii'mi.T t.i■ii.taiiMil. "miuii'I Iini'.i It wiu'lm thit \\ ii v. :11111 M11 m* I 1111 ■': 1 It'll 11 Ii il 1' 11IIIII' II 11 t'liil I i ii ' iuu'li'ty." Wiil'l.ei':,' t11n|n I All ml vn't Un'iiu'iil ' t I' 111 I II M 11 I 11 11 »' I' (HI otlii'i' I'liliinin. Hiii Mils Art II Im niiu <■ 1 n|.Icii• 1:1 In liavr Mil.'.I 11 1', I I 11 ! ■, ( ill'l iMI'l l 1'111 nil' III:.Ill' v l.v nit!! 111ii III.. u|in iltll.ll Art Hill I til.' Si,ill' Arrl 'ii H |t|ir.tl In .iTi ,T i 11 r \\ ,.l-h iii!", i.l iillllillli.nl ! In! ,I 11 11rIr i111111111v.■in lilrllt. ail.| III .iii ■ 111't»| Ii r i r I.l 111 i i ■ I

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 25 February 1915

Obituary. It is will: deep regret we have to record an additional claim to tho death Toll in our midst in the person of Mrs Anderson, wife of Mr W. J. Andcr-= ■pon, of "Wonga Wonga, which look place nt Jier residence about 7 o'clock ou Wednesday morning last afler only a brief illness of a few hours, from hemorrhage. The news, which xvas sad to the hearing of her many friends, was inoreso to her liushaiul who was away on :i medic il errand at the time of the unfortunate occurrence The deepest sympathy is felt for Mr An (V'.soii and family of S young children \ Ji • are left to mourn (heir loss. De Cc ss-l, who was 3-i years of age, was a favorite with all who knew her, being as she was, one of a happy dis position aud always willing to render assistance in times of sickness with )ier neighbors. The funeral will take jjJnee this afternoon leaving Wonga at 1.30 and arriving at Foster about 2.S0 for the Faster cemetery.

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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SUNSET AND DAWN (Published by arrangement Will Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd., Lon. & Melb.) All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER VIII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 25 February 1915

SUNSET AND DAWN! By EFFIE ADELAIDE ROWLANDS. (Published by arrangement Willi Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd., Lon. & Melb.) All Riglits Reserved. CHAPTER VIII. (Continued). As he went away, Marcus eat gloomily in liis car. He "was- more rlian ever convinced that lie must speak out and approach Rachel Duch eron. The suggestion that there were other people in her life about whom he knew nothing startled and alarmed him. It. had been the fact of Leah's isolation which had given him a sense of so much security. Be sides, he not unnaturally supposed that '.Madame Ducheron must have known what was likely to happen where he was concerned. For, other wise, she would never have allowed him to move so intimately in her life, never have confided in him so much. Of course, she was not aware of how largely Vinsen had encroached on that intimacy and confidence; still, the fact remained that he was the only one who had ever been invited to her home or who had been brought in contact with Lea...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Wise's Directories. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 25 February 1915

Wlhn'il Oli'Ci'.ldlirii. I Spoclal Inloroat atlai-th-M to (Ida yiNir'.'t lllfilhl ill' WLo'a WollKlloun *11 nadoi'ioa for tho id\ i'datrs m I hi• ('ominoii woall h In itial (ho linn Imm dii'tu'lly raiscil (ho <|:i<':;tW>11 of local printing ami Ita coal. A»'*•*• r»Iinr. lo a 1»*111• r from Mm itrm to Mm Mmlt.-r lor I'mdoma, thoao dlroriorn a hi\o to ho prlntod in Now IValand mm ur count of thr ivliihal of Aualuilian prln Una to (ho wuiU unt<" .a p m lil throo llama Iho iirli'o Nou '/a* a land prlnlora charr.o, though war.oa 'aro (ho nanm in (ho oim country a:* I (ho olhor. Tho qimailon ia h\ no itioa)im ii now ojm, Iiinl haa In (art al nuuly hci'ii (lio auhjcrt til a \ or\ pm j noilm't'il atatonmuf hy t h<- Intcralato (Niinmlatdou, hut la llnv,.- Iimni o( ila I ouiplo.Viuont Iho Mlnlator H Cnafoma, 'who haa hfi'M dltvclh a ppoa led In, lahouht corlalulv look Into (ho matlor. Aa lar an (ho dli orl orloa I limn nd \ ci aro ronrmmid, iho V...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 25 February 1915

Maw ff-hariMiy.ay: (ft I 0'oui'K't «0L My Ai>i»>liitm<mt to 11 til l'lxcollomiy tint Uovmmn (loiutritl. In.fioicom or Air Boon und Uuaiuuns, Knamas, nitk lUUatlu btonklnya, Banaugo*, U&lvnnlo UtUorice, Abdominal Uolto, Tnioana, and tiurfllual Appllanooa Qenarally. limit' for l'rlon X'oat ftrett. OllDBIHM lir I'OtIT promptly ktlniMrd to an4 <Ui*i>*loiu'd do il»r of v<o»l»t. pia-kasaAOTs 280 BOURKE STREET. Ill COLLINS) 81TKHUT, MBLHOUHNH. NO DANGER OF FIRE!! THE WELL-KNOWN RABBIT DESTROYER Tina, 25/- 'am**. FELTON. GRIMWADE 4 CO., MELBOURNE A1207 COFFEY BROS. lnvii it Itntuitiitlou fnr Hound OoimIh, Thuy will not titnill it hy :ni|ni|yi|li; ynii with a bmlly-miulu uitUilii. TRY THEIR VEHICLES. CALL 187 QUEEN STREET, MELBOURNE. Factory, 64O Church St., Richmond. CATALOGUE ON APPLICATION. ESSENTIALLY Tho MOTOR CAR for the COUNTRY; Write for .yS. Catalogue £190 UNPARALLELED ttALEH In EVEIIY CIVILIOED COUNTItY In tli« World, 800,000 People...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES' ASSOCIATION LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 25 February 1915

Tin: luiiUMiTUAt- Titutvri:t:tv ASSOCIATION LIMITED. A prnninl of Intil ycar'n IniiintictInnti In riiii 11 i'cllull wllli llin tnialiii'tm o( tlm nliovo ti liiiot1 In I Inn. an il lilt* lotiotl by tho rnpoi'l mill liiiliniiMi-iilimil, nliowti a vtM-y naUnl'iu'lory tit ti to (if iilfuli'ti. 'I'll m liiiti111nil! fin' ninny yniirti pant, In fiu't tl i 111' I > iltl i 111' I s|> I lull, lllltl llnt'll of 11 1>I<« >:vii iiinl milliiliiflory natiirn, ami h.v cart'liil mill .liiilW'lonn iiiiiimi;"!!!''"' Mill illlin'lortl liltvn lu-i'll cmililml Id III- ! (•renin! llm lloimrvi' I''iiiii1 iiiiiiiiiilly li.v 11 :ill in III ii111 It'll;) Hum t: loon, wlllrll lni.'i limm liicri'iiiioil lliiti ynar to i i".M.i;,0, llm 11 it it I of tlilii In iiil j i o w n li pro\ I mat lii!', .1'I l.ilini; ami In llibiiron lii'iilnii llir.v liai'ii ill.'ii'liai'coil llin to lal ii11>rI,i',ii);o ii|ioii tlii'ir ii|iltuiillil 111111' I' I I'l'l'llllllt, U'llll'll will 111 Illtlll'O nii...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 25 February 1915

'M-cCartin and Co. Sfaesp. Cattle Salesmen TOOK. STATION, LAND AND FINANCIAL A OK NTS. ■Leongatha. Telephone 28 3ranch Odio : Ki nimbtirra. iAs^'ts fur Pirn Ki-u Ofljre. Colonial M til-J 1 if f. N i •inl^Trustt c.'\ Kx-.tu -tuTl .'Hid A «' I'. v C l. CATi'i.iO SALES. Le .mgatha Korbmburra To\ " 18 th 12 th 2iUh M;rcli ... -ith lSth 12th 2!ilh April ... 1 i:> « 9 23 May ... Ki 27 7 21 June ... 10 'il •i IS. ■July ... 8 22 2 1G 30 Aus ... 5 13 13 27 ■Sept ... 2 Id 30 10 9A Oct ... 14 28 8 22 ;Kov ... 11 2.) 5 li) •Dec ... 9 23 3 17 31 •Land and Clearing Sales a Specialty. * Valuations made. Loans Negotiated _A_TTGT LOInTKKIVH '4ocb and Station A','oiiih, She^p and 'Ualtle 'Siilf.-r-n-i:!. •WILLIAM STREET MELEOUSKE. -nil at Silo. M.idV.i, .Unnroll, I rar -gun, Cnwivarr Loortg-ilha, Foster, Stony Ci'i'i l;, Allmrv, N.S. \\. 'CLEARING SALES C O N d_u_g ted ■Foster Market. iFriday, March 12th. •To 1)!> olYnred ; — 70 Mixed Cattle. ENTRIES INVITED. -Outside buyers will be in attendan...

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