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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 18 March 1915

_ MOTHER'S FRIEND. PEDIC POMADE FOR THE HEAD STRIKES INFESTING VERMIN DK.\n. FVFRY SOLPTFR and NHR9F piio-iM nrrv a hn\' of PEDTC POM K'lls vermin on mnn rind j,rnsnros p^rfoct o1oanVn«\ss. Tfo-ji<5 sor^s. wounds, broken knnn.s. f.r*dd]o sails. Pr'cor. nostod to Ftrvpt 1/4: InrTf?. 2'fi. ^vtra lar»rp. S^nd amount and nddrr-ss nnd T wl)1 tvipV and nost. .Ia»r»<\s "PWn. tnnnnfpoM'WnT ch^rtst. "^nst Mai von. VICTORIA. Chemists, Storos sell Pcdic. For some women the world is peo pled by heaps and heaps of women and one man. Send Qd. in stamps (or a targe Free trial bottle ol the life giving Vltadatio Y:::er5~ pigs & calves Will Pay you if you send your Carcase Porkers and Vealers to us. Latest Cool Storage. HIGHEST PRICES REALISED. OUR SALES TAKE PLACE DAILY, thus enabling you to send on a day most convenient to yourself. Account Sales Rendered Promptly. Write us for any Information required. SEND ALL CONSIGNMENTS TO SPENCER STREET STATION. OUR CARRIERS MEE...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 18 March 1915

SMOKE DEIPT. A German airship wrecked in a wood at Ghent. Flour is now £18/5/- per ton—a reduction of 10/-. Melbourne's lighLing rate of 2d in the £ brings in £17,800. Men are travelling the States buying up meat for use by the British army. The remainingDardanelles forts are being subjected to a terrific bombardment. An obstinate battle continues j along the south-east frontier of East. Prussia. Penny postage causes a yearly loss to the Commonwealth of about £450,000. A German armed merchantman sank seven small steamers on Wednesday last. The cruiser Goeben is of too ureat draught to enter the Golden Horn dockyards. Tlie cost of street and municipal ) lighting in Melbourne amounts to £20.000 per annum. The Attorney-General ofN.S.W. proposes to nationalise the whole j '>f the bread industry in that State The families of the German and Austrian ambassadors at Con stantinople have sought safety in flight Denmark has seized 100 tons of butchers' knives consigned to Germany for conve...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEARTS ACROSS THE SEA. A Prophetic Poem from Canada. (This poem was published by a Canadian exactly two years ago Reading it in the light of events to-day, the author struck a distinctly prophetic note). [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 18 March 1915

HEARTS ACROSS THE SEA. A Prophetic Poem from Canada. (This poem was published by a Canadian exactly two years ago Head ing it in the light of events to-day, the author struck a distinctly prophetic note). From the lakes and boundless wood lands, from the rivers and the plains, All the thoroughbreds will gather to destroy tue Kaiser's chains Wilhelm's Krupps may cast a navy, and their brains may weigh a ton, Vet they can't create a seaman, or a ni'in behind the gun. We respect the German people, they're a jolly sort to know. H'.it with Prussia's Hohcnzollcrns we m:iy have to "pluclt a crow." They encouraged poor old Kruger, and then left him in the lurch. Not a thaler nor a Uhlan, when he passed his plate in church. Did the "mailed fist" hand to Kruger: but the Lion woke at last, And his cubs displayed their breeding when the sky was overcast. We remember Schleswig-Holstein, alro Alsace and Lorraine, When a better race of people had to wear the Prussian chain. Who to Armageddon's tou...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FAREWELL SOCIAL TO MR AND MRS R. J. V. FOOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 18 March 1915

FAREWELL SOCIAL TO MR AND MRS R. J. V. FOOTE. I Notice having been received by I Mr R. J. Vicars Foote from the] head office of the Bank of Aus tralia to take the management of the branch at Fish Creek, his Leongatha friends invited him and Mrs Foote to a social evening in the Fire Brigade Hall on Friday last. The hall was pret tily decorated by the ladies with flowers, evergreens and flags, and presented quite a gay appearance. The first portion of the evening was devoted to progressive euchre, after which Mr Foote was pre sented with a liqueur stand and Mrs Foote received a silver hand bag, Supper was then partaken of, and an hour's dancing in dulged in. In making the pre sentation on behalf of sub scribers, Mr H. J. Rossiter re ferred to the excellent work done by Mr Foote as honorary secre tary of the tennis club during the past five years. When he took office there were only about ai dozen^members, but owing to his energies the club was now the most flourishing one in the town ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LADY TENNIS PLAYERS' MOTOR AMBULANCE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 18 March 1915

I LADY TENNIS PLAYERS' MOTOR i AMBULANCE FUND. Tlii> time limit fixed by the com nvttec of tlio lady tennis flayers' 1110 to.' ambulance scheme for the closing of the subscription list last month has boon extended for two or three weeks. Five hundred letters wore sent. to postmasters of country towns asking for information regarding ten nis clubs in their districts, and more than one hundred country tennis clubs were directly communicated with. .Many clubs and private play ers have responded readily and gen erously, and the committee are grafe fnl to them, and also to those post masters who have kindly helped. Hut to the great proportion of the letters do answer has been received, and the committee now earnestly ask those who have not replied to respond to their appeal. Donations may be sent to Miss .Mary Addison, Cole-street, lSlstern iwiek, or to Mrs. McBride, Hay-street, lirighton. There was a man who applied for a 'position in a dry-goods house. His appearance wasn't preposse...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TENNIS TOORA V. WELSHPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 18 March 1915

TENNIS TOOUA Y. WELSHPOOL. Welshpool bus beaten each team it has met in four successive matches. They, have defeated Foster, Fish Creek and Toora (twico). On Saturday last <.thoy played Toora on the Toora court and de feated:tliera l>y 3 sots 45 games -to'l set 31 games, thus loaving a surplus of 2 nets 14 Karoos. The results of the -seta wore aaioljowa Woyron and Cock boat ElSnton and Jones 12—5 Warren and Cook boat Makebnia and Rollings ■ 12—3 Poarse and MoEvoy beat Blanton and.Jone'8 i . ■ 12—11 Pearae and McEvoy lost to Mako : ham and Rollings 9—12j 1 AHeriioon.cefft>rtimetlt3%wore : provivoslj iy-tho ladies of the Jiamt club. • j

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 — 18 March 1915

REMEMBER TH NO MAN IS WILLING TO GUARANTEE A THING IF HE IS NOT CONVINCED THAT IT IS GOOD. COFFEYS 3 Vehicles Are Guaranteed 640 CHURCH STREET, RICHMOND. 187 QUEEN STREET, MELBOURNE ESSENTIALLY The MOTOR CAR for the COUNTRY : Write for JS*. Catalogue AGENTS: — UNPARALLELED 8ALES In EVERY CIVILISED COUNTRY In the World. 500,000 People use this MARVELLOUS CAR. MADE IN CANADA. 104-112 Ru;r.s|| st^ Melbourne. WE WANT EVERY FARMER IN VICTORIA to have "A FORD." Sub-Agents Wanted whero not already TARRANT MOTORS MARK MORRIS, METROMILITAN MEAT MARKET, NORTH MELBOURNE WHOLESALE MEAT SALESMAN, COMMISSIOH AHD EXPORT AGENT Receives Carcases of PORK, VEAL and BEEF tor sale. Carriers Meet All Country Trains. Consignments can be forwarded any day in the week. SALES DAILY. COLD STORAGE PLANT ON PREMISES. Account Sales Forwarded Every Tuesday. STATE ACCIDENT INSURANCE OFFICE WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT, I9I4-. Policies Issued bv ihis Department (1) AK13 GUARANTEED BY Til 10 GOVERNMENT OF VICTORIA. (2)...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Woorarra East Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 18 March 1915

Woorarra East Sports. Tho Woorarra East sports wore held uuder very favorablo weather conditions on Saturday last and pusBed off very successfully. KobuHb are a8 foUowa :-r Sheffield Handicap.—lot heat—G. Lay 1, R. Lucas 2. 2nd heat—C. B. Murroy 1, W. Ecclea2. Final—C. B. Murray 1, G. Lay 2. Underhand Chop.—let heat—J. E. Gilligan 1, J. Hugheq 2. 2nd heat—D. Hourigan 1, A. P. Sagaoser 2. Final—D. Hourigan 1, A. P. Sagaasor 2. .Standing Block.—1st heat—W. J. Hod dor 1, A. P. Saganser 2. 2nd heat—D. Hourigan 1, J. Hughea 2. Final—D. Hourigan 1, W. J. Hodder 2. Maiden Chop.—A. Hodgson 1, W. J. Hodder 2. Maiden Plato.—J. Squire and R. Lucas dead heat, divided 1st and second. Mou'b High Jump.—D. Appleyard. Married Meii'a Race.—D. McKoan.

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Wenderful Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 18 March 1915

V.'ondcrful Woman. With Hat tipped over, no eye free, "lis very plain she cannot see. Witli hair combed over the ears, 'tis clear Th;:t she, of course, can hardly hear. Willi gown so tight it causes talk, Tis plain that she can scarcely walk. And yet she dodges motors, lorries, | Does it coolly, never hurries. ■ .Man never could survive, poor chap, 1 llt-nealli one-half that handicap. Augustus: By the way, did you know that large ears are a sign of generosity? Adeline: Of course! They are a sign that Nature has been generous! 'I'llat which was bitter to endure may be sweet to remember. Charity is the calling of a lady; the cure of iho poor is her profession. j Messrs. W. Reynolds and Son re port prices for week ending March l!)l.r>: — Heef: prime bodies, 30/- to ''.7/- per 10011).: medium, 32/- to 33/ Prime fore-(|uarters, 2S/- to !!!>/- per 1001b.; medium, 20/- to 27/- Prime iiiud-<|uartrrs, -12/- to -13/- per 1001b.; ■Medium, 38,/- to -10/- Sheep: Prime, t'id. to ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 18 March 1915

Will Huvo Ready for Sale After IVovombcr 20th, 11) It. SELECTED RAMS. From 1913 drop of 400 Stud and Special Stud Nemeralla Ewes. All registered in Vol. V and VI Austra lian British Breeders' Stock Book. PRICE £2 2s Each. SPECIAL STUDS HIGHER. WE will send you Kama, that in our judgment, arc the best Hams loft unsold on the day your order is re ceived by us. SOUTH DOWN'S Are undcubtcdly the most Pro fitable to use for Fat Lamb Breeding, or for First Cross Ewe Lambs to keep ■ for your own flocks. Southdown Rams are very propon ent and Ewes served by them lamb easily. Drop plenty of lambs with fewest deaths of any breed. The lambs niaturo und fatten quickest, ALSO, they Sell nt Highest Prices, per head or per lb. First Cross, 1913, August, Sep tember born, 549 fat lambs. First Draft, out of just ord'nary crossbred 1 awes, by Xumcr:i!Iu Southdown rams Lambs shorn late in November 1913. Sold early in January, 1911, sold by we'ght at oYsd per lb, over ail weight, netted to us 14s Sd per ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 18 March 1915

THE EQUITY TRUSTEES, EXECUTORS, & AGENCY CO. LTD. ! Subscribed Capital .. £125,000 I Reserved Liability .. £100,000 | Guarantee Fund .. £10,000 » Registered Oilices: 85 QUEEN STREET, MELB. Board of Directors: UPWARD FANNING, Esq., Merchant, Chairman. • Sir WM. H. IRVINE, K.C., M.P, Bar rister at Law. lion DONALD MACKINNON, M.L.A., Barrister at Law. R. O McCUTCIIEON, Esq., M.L.A. ' STEWART McARTIIUR, Esq., Bar- . ristor at Law. | This Company is specially enipow- j ! ered by Act of Parliament (No. 97S) ! I to act as Executor, Administrator, i 1 Trustee, Receiver, Committee under I the Lunacy Act, or Attorney under ' Power, and to take Transfers of ' Existing Trusts. | Income collected. Funds invested, and Estates Managed or Realised. I JOEL FOX, Manager. j C. .T. MARTIN, Assistant Manager. | WRIGHT'S RHEUMATIC REMEDY FILL CUKE YOU WKTIIRN voim MONEY. WRIGHT'S RHEUMATIC REMEDY. W. REYNOLDS 4 SOfi Established 1S70. Commission Salesmen —:— and Exporters = Metropolitan Meat Marke...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Australians in Egypt. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 18 March 1915

Australians in Egypt. The following letter is from Pri vate S. E. Ferros, formerly of Toora: —To-day January 24tb- is the open ing "of the mess rooms for the sixth. These are large buildings very much like a. barn, anil each battalion has four of them, one for. each two com panies. They are fitted tip very much like the mess rooms on the "Horo rata," sixteen men sit at each table and there is not too much room, but plenty of pushing and scrapping. We do not say please pass the jam so*and-so, but pass the jam, and af ter a lot of shouting and laughing each one gets his bii of jam. We get up at six o'clock, and the roll is called (woe to the man that is missing, for one man missing stops the company's leave for that even ing) ; then we wash and clean up the tent and shake the blankets out; breakfast at 7.15, which consists of a cup of tea and bread and jam, some times a small piece of cheese, then we fall in at B.30, feeling nice and full (up of jam). (You try .bread and jam. It is'fi...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Wonyip Central. PATRIOTIC SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 18 March 1915

Wonyip Central. I'ATHIOTIC SI'OKTrt The annual sports were held March 5th. The weather being favorable a nice crowd attended to witness the events. Mr. McLean, secretary and committee kept the various events well in hand, _ and everything passed off successfully and in good time. An excellent din ner was served in the hall. The re freshment stall did a brisk business under the capable management of Mr. Lacey. The following pro gramme of events:—Men's chop, 1-1 inch log.—First licat—J. Auston 1, D. Hourigan 2. Second heat.—B. Lee 1, 11. Davis 2. Final.—D. Hourigan 1, B. Lee 2. Roy's Chop —L. Lee 1, J. Williamson 2. Shef field Handicap.—First heat.—C, Savage 1, W. O'Neal 2. Second heat —S. Pr.go 1, C. Savage 2, It. Pago 3. Final—S. Page 1, C. Savage 2, It. Page 3. District Handicap.— It. Page 1, C. Savage 2, S. Page 3. Throwing at wicket.—A. Cartmel 1. Stepping a chain.—R. Lee 1. Step ping the distance—W. Law 1. Men's High Jump.—N. West 1, N. Rogers 2 Pri;;3, pair spurs. Valting with ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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ALBERTON SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 18 March 1915

alberton shire council Present:—Crs. Christensen (presi de at). Hurry, Barlow, Bland, McGai liard, Mcf.ood, Nightingale, O'Connor a:iJ Power. Department of Public Works, re proporrd agreement between Coun cil aid Goodwood Timber Co., stat ing that the particulars supplied we're considered satisfactory.—Re ceived. C.'i-ef Secretary's Ofliee, stating that Wednesdays, 10th and 37th March, had been proclaimed public holidays for Lhe shire.—Received. Secretary Bush Nursing Scheme, MiuU'tya, asking for a donation, also thai the vies-regal party war coming on April 3 4th, and that all particulars of arrangement:; would bo ro,r,Hilic:l to the council.—Cr. Bar low t:i move. A. V. Lunlcy, asking counciPs opinion on his proposal to start a P'Hifiay newspaper entitled "The V. asp."-—Received. J. \V. Gregor, Christies, Wonyip, asking council to mend the Osbourne Gre;,r<>r road.—Engineer to report. Loi'is Dessent, Gelliondale, stating that he wished to have ail gates re moved ou roa...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Fish Creek St. Patrick's Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 18 March 1915

Fish Creek St. Patrick's j Sports. | The above annual sports meeting took place at Fish Creek on Wednes day (St Patrick's Day) under most favorable wenthor conditions. There was a large attendance presont, in spito of other attractions in the dis trict, such a3 the Welshpool Picnic Race Meeting that was the means of drawing many who otherwise would probably have gone to Fish Cret k. The programme of events started well to time and furnished abundment amuse ment for the afternoon's outing The. oflieials, especially the secretary (.Mr. R. Sliced}-) deserve every praise for the manner in which they carried uul their duties, i'ollowing are the re sults :— Maiden Plate.—D. Hourigan 1, E Santloy and O'Biyuu 2. Handicap Standing Block Chop, 15 in. logs.—First heat—0. Weston 1, W. Belfrago 2, G. Norton 3. Second heat—J. Dinneen 1, M. O'Bryne 2, E. Eascott 3. Final. —C. Weston 18 sec hlul, 1; J. Dinnoen 12sec bhd., 2; W. Belfray 10 sec. bhd. 3 Open Handicap Chop.—First heat —G. Norton 1, J. ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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The Fight for Flag and Freedom. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 18 March 1915

The Fight for Flag and Freedom. The fight for flag and freedom. KAUIjY DKPAHTUUU OF MR. I>. It. SMITH. "The friends thou hast, and the:r adoption tried, Grapple to ' thy soul with hoops of steel." Shakespeare. Again this week—as in the pre vious one— a large, enthusiastic gatjering assembled to farewell a fiiend leaving Fish Creek for the front (via Broadmeadows) to fight for his country's flag and freedom against the fierce, formidable Teuton f')e. The entertainment took place in the Fish Creek Mechanics' Insti tute on Friday evening last. The gentleman In whose honor the soc'al and dance were held, is Mr. D. .11. Smith, the courteous and exeqedingly pcpular manager of the local branch of the Bank of Australasia. The early .hours of the evening were de voted to vocal and elocutionary items interspersed with dancing. The majority of the younger people pre sent were ardent disclplea of Terpsi ! chore, and tripped It on the light fantastic toe with vim anil vigor. Songs were render...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 18 March 1915

v< HEALTH is stored in every bar of LIFEBUOY SOAP

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 18 March 1915

NEW FIGS ^ DELICIOUS. SOFT AS BUTTER. j T Small boxes Figs, Sd each. lib. Pulled boxes Figs, 1/6 each. 21b „ 2/9 each. 5 to C lb. „ „ 6/3 each. Arnold's best Geneva, 5/3 qt. bottle, 3/- pint bottlo. A.B. Invalid Port, 1/C bot., 17/- doz. Australian Alo or Stout, -ldoz. caso, N 27/-. A.I!. Safety Matches, Cd. doz; G/- gr. Try us before buying eisewhoro. We make a specialty of Tea, and stock every kind and growth. Our own Blends are, we believe, as gooci as any, but for the convenience of customers, and because of tin; very enormous demand, we always hold large stocks of "Uobur," which is, to our mind, undoubtedly the most re liable and best PURR Tea in this market. Below we quote you for our own blends and for each grade of "Robur": — A.B. Tea, 1/- per lb.; U/2 by 101b. box. A.a Tea, 1/1! per lb.; 11 /S by 101b. box A.B. Tea, 1/0 per lb.; 1-1/2 by 101b. box "Robur" Tea, "Special" grade, in f> ami 101b. tins, 1/10 per lb., "Robur" Tea. No. 1 grade, in 5 and 101b. tins, 1/7 per lb. ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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SMITHSON'S MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 18 March 1915

SMITHSON'S MISTAKE. Gordon Smithson was a "Terrier." He had been embodied will the rust of his battalion, and at this particular moment he was not in love with his lob. His post was an important one. Two days beforo he had been licking stamps in a frowsy solicitor's ollico in Lincoln's Inn; now he was on sen try-go at the foot of an embankment, behind which lay a very secret fort. He stook with his back to the em bankment, peering intently into the (iark. Suddenly "Terrier" Smithson was alarmed by-a noise, not ahead of him, but behind him. Mo whipped around and brought his rifle to his hip. "Who goes there?" he demanded. "Who goes there?" Someone came Blithering down the embankment. "Halt!" ho said again, "or I fire." The slithering figure stopped. "Good mind to ask no more (jues lions," thought Smithson to himself, "but just to plug a bullet Into him right away. If it is a spy, then lie is not after Information, but coming back when he's got it!" He raised his riflo to his shoulder...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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BOY WHO BEAT THE KAISER. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 18 March 1915

BOY WHO BEAT THE KAISER. How ho once had a fight with the Caiser in the o!<i ICngli.sli style and out him is related by .Mr. Alt'roil H. .'rice, hotel proprietor, Ilfracombe, \'ort!i Devon. The fight took place in Vugnst, 1S7S. The Kaiser, then nine cell, was on holiday with his tutor anil others at llfraeoinbe. Mr. Price was ihen fifteen. "I was well paid to keep it out of ho papers," said Mr. l'ricc. Tile Prince had had his morn ins; ■;itlic in the sea, and while waiting 'or the return of his tutor and the others, who had gone for a stroll :lonf; Ihe shore, lie began to amuse liniRolf by throwing stones at the bathing-machines. These belonged to young Price's father, and the boy told the Prince to stop damaging his father's property. "D'j you know who I am?" demand ed the Prince. "I don't care who you are," replied young Price. The Prince promptly knocked the boy down with a blow on the nose, timed with his left. The Devonshire lad got up and fought furiously for twenty...

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