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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 1 April 1915

TIIK Gippsland & Northern Co-operative Selling coy. i/rn. I I AS bnnii u]i|>(.iui<iu l.lu) whiiliitmlii (llMliiliuliii^ AumitH fdi- 1,1m 0i| jut iiiid Oii.oiioniilvo Jliiuon (Jiu'iiij; (Jo. l<t,d , Dumionong. Atk your Orooor (orDuadouong bftoou T|io rofuHitl of hftiulfl nt Livor pool to work at wook endtt pro vontod tho distribution of wnr munilioiiB to tho trooptj tit tho front hint wook. u Wolfe's Schnapps" the World's Nightcap. Buv Whole Bottlea. PROFESSIONAL NURSES USE CLEMENTS TDK ri ik'y nr.ci.Aim it to heti ik ONI". MKDICINK THAT C.IVKS NKW VITALITY AND LII'L. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. „ "As n nurse I have seen Clements Tonic do no much Rood amongst iny pnticnls, it it my duty to state these lads. llinve prescribed it often and in every case it soothes the patient, it gives refreshing sleep, crcntes a. desire for food, and IT HELPS THE FOOD TO DIGEST. The patients become bright nud cheerful after its use. At a health restorer 1 any Cleraoot* Tonic H...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BELGIAN FUND. Welshpool. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 1 April 1915

THE BELGIAN FUND.1 vVcl'lflllOO1. A meeting v. as held 'in the Welshpool Mechanics' Iisjil en Saturday ni^bi for tins above, hut i»wijw:!.> «-.:u short nofiey it was not largely attended. 'Ihoso por tent were very favorable to the move ment. Mr H. tirowM! read tin* notic'o convening the meeting ami explained that thi! obieet wa.4 to conshi-r fcuiP.O systematic and sustained <• Ii\>j t to assist tint Hel^ian fund and lli.it the proposal was ti.e result of a deer-ion arrived at hv tin* councillor;-, at the last u? *•«* I in*/, when CrCmrdner mi;-i 1 that t Uo Pou'K'il : a:; a hody, j-hoid;! take the matu r in hand, i and for ea"h '*.»11?:c*?!ft* to act in the dis | trict, the Council^'Hi^ers to act as re • ci.-i\'Ts, but thai ca'-h ohUrict would bo : credited pubii'dy with the amount Kiih 1 ':cnhed. This, h*j thought, would have a i Ijood effect. As each day wi had a luU | account in the daily press o'"the need and I distress of the Belgians, it was hardly : U'-ce-sar...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Successful Catholic Gathering. FISH CREEK BAZAAR AND SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 1 April 1915

Successful Catholic Gathering, FISII OttEEK BAZAAR AND SPORTS. A vory Huooossfn) carnival waH hold nt, Fin!) Crook lust, week in aid of tlio building fund of lint Loouguflui R.O. School und Pron bytory. Athletic sports tuul wood oiiopping woro hold on St. Patrick's Day, and woro highly HticooHsful from ovory standpoint. In the evening, in the Mechanics, u highly successful bazaar was opened b.v Uov. .1. M alone, wlu> was briefly introduced hy the Rev. P. .1. Coyne, the pariah priest. Addressing a densely packed audience, in which all creeds woro well represented, Kathor Mtilono said that bo had jour noyod WV* milon to Kisli Crook in order to bo present, but. bo would willingly travel WO iniloa to oblige 'Kathor Coyne, wlioin ho bold in tlio highest personal re gard, both an a man and a priest. Father Coyne had always taken an intense interest in church work, and bad not spared hiinsell in any way to advance its inter ests. The "(too church and school building.-1 they now had at L...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. THE MOVEMENT AT TOORA. Very Liberal Response. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 1 April 1915

BELGIAN RELIEF FUND, Tin: SlO"VKMt:NT AT TOOK A,.' Very Libera! SJesponse. A j.iKctini,' or 1 !iii Town l!<\;;i.'in I Kcli.f cemtiiilti i' was held r>t t Mi' 10. ! lull's oilier dm Saturday even- t ii:<; lust, over which Mr ■). -N o.'o! pre- [ sidid. I The business ',v;i.'j In receive and , deal with the ri'joitsi'f tin.' i'anvas:.ci:> appointed at llic previous uieiil in;r. AIL •11" i r:u''i:i;,r tilt! iniliutii; of tin! last nut!: i nif, wliii'li were conlinnri!, the chairman l'ci|iii'Sl('il tin: various i-ui vnssers to read (he result of their appeal to t!: i' people of the distiiit. As u tll ho seen by (lie list of sub; crip- ; lion;; ami vaiiou;; ilonations, "iven he low, the iisjt.nse lo the appeal lias I.ecu very liberal, if. heinjr e::pci:ted that: i'l.mict/iiiii; like ..Cl'jU will be rea lised. " ' j is.U'h list, as ii, \va:; re".il, v.':'.!; rc- ' eeivi (I with a spontaneous outburst o: , npphvuse, mill the body of canvassers ! were accorded due...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Woorayl Shire Council. LEONGATHA, 26TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 1 April 1915

Woorayl Shire Council. Leonqatiia, 26th March. ProBont—CrB McDonald (presi dent), Bluck, Coulter, Donald, Henderson, Hull, In^lis and Jolm non. An apology wan reooivod from Or Mummory. CORMCSPONDENOE. Geo. Nicholson, Stony Crook, aBking if council will usuist him in oponing up a blue inotul quarry on Mr Alf. Hughes' pro perty ntDumbalk lOiiHt. The cost would bo about £5.—lOnginoor to attond. Jan. A. Dunn, M'ooniynn, draw ing attention to road lending to S. Martini from Mooniyan. 'fho grubbing hud boon completed, and the road wanted forming vory urgently. llo asked that tlio road machine bo put on tho work whan in tlio district.—Being at tended to. J. T. Knibbn, Mooniyan, draw ing attention to payment for do viution through hit) property ; also nuking pormisuion to foil trooH on road between hiH and Droh.in'H property to enable him to oroot wire notting fonco.—Secretary to attond ; permission' granted U> fall trees. TKHASU RKll'H lUSPOUT. Mr it. do 0. Shaw reported ro coiptfl sinc...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Letter from Egypt. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 1 April 1915

LsU<?i\ from Egypt. Writing from Ileliopolis, Egypt, tc liis parents, Mr. Win.. Oram, who ia now promoted to the position of Cor poral, suid they wcro encamped uu tIn. i'^jyptiiui de.'oit near (lie town of ileliotiolis. The one outstanding fei ture of l he locality '-vhs sand and ii w.is <1 iiito n common occurrence when cit ing their infills to swallow a nrlnin percentage of this unpleasant • :ition, besides having ones cms. nose ami tijtext with it. On arming a neuck through Alexandria. was itrntinjilisliti! anil one thai will remain in luenwry for many years to.conic, being us il i.< ono of tlm rliftitiat" places he ever nu t —a decent pig yard would have a de cidedly sweeter iierfninc than the place icferred to. People mostly go aliuiit bare-footed ami the women folk in a<l- i.V. dition to other regalia, wear lii'.ui lv.ts on (heir ankles. Coats, camels, nudes and donkeys are the. only class of ani mal to he seen ; donkevs are po»M-.-&...

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 — 1 April 1915

A&cCartin v.nd Co. £heep. Cottle Salesmen TOCK, STAT] UN. LAND AM' FliXANTIAL_ AOEN'lti. Leongaiba. 'I cit'l lll'IIO iAS. 15raneli OI'lu-i : K' in;l.bm>u. infills {..I f-'.vin i i v 1 A1 tit 111 i l.iiV. i !> : i l'll!-.'l I'S, liv.c '■ toi.s (i Au"'"' '■ t CATT:.;: ;-A I.: .r.: !'\-1 ivit:; April ... I ir> :! :::i May ... 1:1 V -I J isi:li ... I I1' Juiy ... « X'i :5 30 Alig ... -3 -A Sep!. ... T' Oct ... i i " — Kov ... n -a". r> v.; Dec ... •'! :;i Lund an:! ("I'Mri.';:; a :-.;i<-ri('.A;-'. AUCTION KKSiS tocli llll J H l ;i t ii > n A *.*•• 111H, Slii'i-Jt all" Cattle Sn!<3Ti3:i, WSMfAfri STR2ET MELS2URKE. in1 Hi. s li'.'. >! ' i'. ■>' "•■Vi-ll. Trar-i jjim, Iw ii it ],. oie^iiha, lAist.-r, .Slimy Oivi I;, AiUir.i, N.S. \V. clearing"" sales CONDUCTED Foster Market. Thursday, April 1st. To bo offered : — 3 I'at Cows 10 Stoic Cows GO Mixed Ciitllo. ENTRIES INYITKD. A representative of the nhnye /inir will be in Foster every Friday ...

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 — 1 April 1915

1 1 QUEENSLAND AKMS for l.lASt and SALK. {1)1 K nmiiiij' Huii'ying Cuntrti, i - 1 iiiuiily it> llmUmu and nl! j ) iitiilriii i'i>n\ciiii-in'fH. Uarry a now tu (/»- 1'i-ir. ;ill lint yoiir roiiiid. Pny imiirnt l'liimiiitf litmutm; t.tmi pernio I ' "• vlimiilr; ri|tiulil<i laiufall. No linusktiii • I'mn ; ii<> I'utili lin-H. ' Jooil (.ruin and f t .uih! M-ni.r, l,ilii-nil (.t-.niiH t,o unit ^ i liiMils. AIm) fruit iintl farmu. t 1 in \ id- nUTr-bpoinle.iiuo. Alex. S. Douglas, UOOROY, N.O. Line, Queensland, MONEY. Why pay 5 per cent. r OAN lmnl you plentyHt. 4J psr cent. ftt. it iuuhL ri)HHf<niibli> cimt.. I lnml on 81SOOND MOIU'OAOIS and int.uroHU uminr WillH. All (joinmunioiitiimHHti'iolly in i n ti>l t>.u t i ul. Mot.iopolu Aroiule, 1177 llmui(t»-Ht., MlfiLNOUIlNlS IMPORTANT TO Farmers of Gippshuul and District. LYALL AND SON, Cash Chaff, Grain & Flour Stores SEED & OAT MERCHANTS, VICTORIA MARKETS, MELBOURNE o Vl iur...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Belgian Relief Fund. PUBLIC MEETING AT FOSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 1 April 1915

-j; at kosthi;. Tlio public meeting cor,VMi«l hv r-.-.. 10. 'tf. 0r<J ii<--1' and <•'■ i;- H: of tlio (-outre riding of tho ;0!nve o south <:i|)p..:i"i"'• rov i)i" Ueviclu", "ay- '•*«' m'-.u.s _•>> ''""M the public !,e prnt.e-d t> donate either lluan.-iiUly ,;r hv ;■!» of S-tW.l:. , lite.. lov.atd.. .»• fhiturday la:;1.. when the... Was ;i ; -11'<''1. Or. t::• rt\:,vi". <'■:! vo,loU 10 ■ that ;•« thy la* >»'-} ill!' of t!v rlf'i-o council M. y>a., (A"(Ul" : ,.<f that tin. tlnu- h;«i arriveo v.-1-n ;.;0:,K- united effort :uul Uhould in' '-ivo,i l') Inaugurate a M ne. W V relief or I1-" ♦»«'.** in?; i n IhU'ium. and of which ^tlif.v no ! l!ou'»t were all well acr,llsiM.ed oi „ .U-: -sc a U-at 111,1 lUi,d ' H!li)V Ll( 'Soulh Gim«land 1 -ml. sis;:«5£ 'vouiug nKe.tlnss thrvuKhom H . 1 . i- i!,.. «},it-o ( nnvasv.'i \Vl\OlO 01 tin- Sil.H. . v.-ouia then he appointed at leu-, nu otings to '■•■••■vU ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MIRROR. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE SOUTH GIPPSLAND SHIRE MAIL. THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 1 April 1915

j Tllib MIR^OK. ! wint wni(1 u in im:fii:imiua.tki» tin: moctjj , suinv. majl. I Til U 113DAY, AL'lllL 1, 11»10. There is talk of til'.; formatlull of u ini11i;it urc rilli; range in connection will) tin: Kosior Jilll.' club. ll estab lished it should considerably increase tin: interest in I'ill'.s shouting;, and it is to lit; hoped new members will enrol :is it, will event ually unable tlifin to become skilful si lots mul take part in senior shooting comp :titions. Diin't. forget tin: sports at Fo.iU 1 Njrtli on Kaster Monday. Addiliona' novelty events have been arranged for' and as it is the -julv snorts event on that day a. good attendance is antici paled. The following entries liave been received for the wood chop :— iioy L'Vrguson, .M. and J'. Lehan, (J. G'ah'l, (.), and M. hundslroni, .Jus. Armstrong, .IS. l.^uimi and IS. ^antle.y. On tho night of the sports a g rand ball will he held ami every preparation is being made for a, good night's en joyment. See Country Roads Board l...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ASKING THE SPEAKER FOR A SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 1 April 1915

ASKING THE SPEAKER FOR A SONG. jMr. Balfour Is credited with know ing more good stories about the 'Iouso of Commons than any other 'liember. One of IiIb best Is tlio fol 'owlng, -which ho told at a public dinner some tlmo ago: — "I remember hearing of a distin guished gentleman," ho said, "who re oorted in the Press Gallery just, nbout a hundred yoars ago. lie had had an ■jxccllent dinner, washed down with excellent wine. He was bored with tho debate. He was wearied with tlio superfluity of rhetoric which prevail ed just aB much a hundred years ago •is to-day. He got bored, and ho got up and aslted tlio Speaker for a Bong. "Tho Speaker of that day was Mr. Addington, a gentleman who was no thing if mot proper. Tho whole House, except tho Speaker, was con vulsed with laughter. "The Sergeant-at-Arms Tvas appeal ed to. Ho wont to the Gallery and ho Inquired for tho culprit. Tho cul orlt rotaincd tho presence of mind to loint to a rospcctablo Quaker sitting •lelow him, and this unfortuna...

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 — 1 April 1915

r,!§! O M O BB in tlii" lii;;in'!:r ile^rff n umo< jios.;ili!i' I'or <-wi _\ !.»\ly l>y >vji' :';o cur i'iiri'1'til 8ulcotii.ii in oui H | clici.r. r;;>i:;c el' Blouses, ^Underwear, Hose, •.•• •/V /ir'MvP (;or!ietSi ]_ Shirts, Boots and |V • *-'• . ,'lllOCi, i| i.s vriutinj.; your insp'.'i.-t iun. r • .VTTXJv This section of our store is grow ing more popular every day, 'y being the result of well satis- ~S fiecl-customers, VcJ.ue >veS! above the ordinary is bein^i offered in every defcpiptimi of Lad it Underwear. Make a habit of calling at — r ' V' sS' '{. " A V|''•" v' f WM"#5 GUvi9 AND ENSURE SATISFACTION. «)r. IS. Cr.?5»pbeil Wilson May -vn-aili.-.i nt iiis iosMuiiet\ SdiM'l, I*\»kLi:1'p WVIkIijmmjI c.Vi-ry TlitU'Mluy, l.latil p.n\. 'I'udiH, iWo'iilay 111 ■ * I TlKii'.^lnys, .'l.lTt till •! nl.v S.uui'lity uliei iMsIl (Vri'k, *1 * 11 u; *i» I^ n, .S Ik lL* a.m. Vat'oin it i 'i! -rV-t, i. Kvi-ry S jwmluy, l( til 1'.! a.in Tut" t'jul WV.MipouI on ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE AVERAGE MAN. A Straight Talk He Won't Resent. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 1 April 1915

THE AVERAGE MAN. f A Straight Talk Ho Won't Resent. You ought to count yourself won derfully fortunate. The bent braint in the world are placed at your ser vice. You, tho Average .Man, the Man in tlie Street, are the most important personage of modern times. You are better fed than Shake speare. Tho whole earth Is ransacked for your comfort. Spoils from ovary climo find their way to your larder. You are the Heir of all the Ages. Think of it, and bo thankful. Brave men liavo died to establish the liberties in which you live secure. They faced privation, anguish, and hu miliation in asserting human rights— the rights that you enjoy uwjuestion ingly. Pioneers liavo sweated and starved for you. They havo faced madden ing loneliness. Tlioy havo toiled in tho blazing torture of Illimitable des erts. They havo wrested their tri umphs out of the very Jaws of death. They sowed, and you reap. Their harvest was often the harvest of death. Yet they did not do and die in vain. You live moro comf...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Farewell. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 1 April 1915

Fiirewe !i. .Mr. I-. A. S('.)v.-,nl, lor tho past twi.-lvo month:;, :i me::!I '•!' of tho slalf ill tho Hank el' Anstrsla: i:i, <■■■, was mitcr.'a.iu'-d a.l. ! ho K.\cban/:o HotcJ o;i \V eijhes^ry i-\'■:!ini', lMti>. j11:t., piior to hi.; •!■:>j-t 11 n- tor l,"on • Kalh.'l, to which I)>i:i• 11 of the ill <i Union ho has been tt-;>.:s:;!'<■ rr^il. i Tln-ri! v.'as :i 1.-.!!•:(• f:all>erin:: of frji'in]:: ppswnl to j'• 1!> in \vi: hill;: t)11• ii- ilopa rt I ovi-rv succs's; in bis now <ii i i«•..? to f.tt'«r;iin l.tlo )t i ii on bis v. nv«l in:;-! motion. Alli'l' 11 ■ i■ loyal to;1::! had j ii.mm) honon'il. j .Mr. H. V. Dillon, a:: dm<, | i!: i i 11 ho li'r.i t till ! ems, I > r11 t!i::t| eVMiili:,' to say fan-v.s il . »<> or..- of j i 1 • ■ • imo::1 es! senicd 11'i • ■: i (I(Mr. 1-1 ;"A';i.r!). Abois; twelve :noi:lhs s.".o j , il v.-a:; hi:' (the k|»«-siI*»t) lo ' v.'i Inimi' ,llr, ,S!i'v art lo ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A HANDFUL OF WISDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 1 April 1915

A HANDFUL OF WISDOM. By Our Philosopher. "A woman is us old as she looks be fore; breakfast." Yes, 1 suppose the old gown and the unkempt liair have j something to do with that. 1 "A thunderbolt never yet fell from a clear sky." We are always dread ing tile evil whieh Ik not yet in sight, meeting trouble half-way, crossing streams before we come to them. "Nearly every unsuccessful man we have ever met was a good billiard player." "How fearless uml plain-spoken a man is to hla women-folkR." Well, I don't know what may be tho way out at Kootscray, but—however, we'll let that liee slick to the wa', as liailie Nirol Jarvie says. "There Is no good fishing and there are no good times." Certainly ive are alwayj grumbling and complaining no mill tor how well off we may lie. "When a friend is in troubles don't annoy him by asking if there is any thing you can do. Think up some thing appropriate, and do it." "We have always found It a pretty good rule to avoid an 'intellectual treat.'" 1 know...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WORLDLY WISDOM ABOUT WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 1 April 1915

WORLDLY WISDOM ABOUT WOMAN. A Kirl "my not mind being kissed against her will the Unit, time, but it makes her fussy if u man doesn't pro tend to line l'oree. The until who could do anything in tliia world must first deposit his heart in the bank of some woman's kucp iiirr. A woman may not know just what she wants, but pile usually pets it. A woman has no business with a family If she can't take somethiiiK old and make It over into HomethliiK now. The Kirl who remains faithful to her Ideals Is likely to break into tho spinster class. | Probably a woman tells oecrets so i Hint she will not forgot, them. j A woman is awfully disappointed if j i her suspicious fall to conic true. The flrat thin;; that a human bein^ should rccoKnine about himself is that bis character Is his dlsthiKulshin;:; fea ture. It Is not the amount of money, the amount of power, the amount of brains that a man has, but his char acter which counts.

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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GARIBALDI'S APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 1 April 1915

GARIBALDI'S APPEAL. When tho officers of Garibaldi, in a despondent mood, proposed to give up the campaign and return defeated to their homes, tho great Italian patriot .ried to urge them to remain at their posts and fight for the freedom for which their comrades had suffered .ind died. "What shall you give us, what can yon ufi'er us," they inquired, "if wo continue tho struggle?" "I promise you more suffering and privation, more hunger and thirst, more wounds and separation and death!" he replied. And they, inspired by his impas sioned devotion, cried: "We will go with you; we will fol low you to glory or to the grave!" And they followed him until vic tory crowned their arms. No man can change his nature or purge his character of evil by chang ing his particular confession or pro fession of faith. An honest and true nan does not need to turn his coat or change his clothes. lie goes straight on. He is independent of, and in no sense subject to, any code of honor or equity. Tho law I...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Woorarra East. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 1 April 1915

Woorami Eds I. The harvest, festival service ami I celehr.itions Imld here; last, veek I in conni ft ion with the, jMelhodist, i church were decidedly successful The k&amp;lt; rvico v.'as conducted bv - 1 i&amp;lt;:v. Jolir.a. A social was held on Tuesday, when the ;;ifts of produce, >:lc., were dis posed if, after an interesting pro ^laimiHj of song's, music, &amp;lt;*te , was' fjoiie. thi'oiiif)1, the contributors lining--Miss I'Yosini (pianoforte items ;ui&amp;lt;"i-. sijnjjs), Misses !&amp;lt;;. O. k'astlmm, .Dunstan and Mis Noade, and iMi' Kid^wa}' (son'js) •Supper WW; aftenvanls provided by the J idies, and ill, (lit! .;onclur.ion iiu- chair man (.Mr Hnllings) moved a vote of i hanks to (lie helpers, wnich was car j.icd by acclamation. The proceedings ienniiiuim] will) the Js'ationnl Aji them. Applications for agistment of milch cows on Snake Island and the Yana.lcin run arc; advertised for this /.'•>»(: and will Iji: received up io (In.' 15th April.<...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TURNING THE TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 1 April 1915

TURNING THE TABLES. I "I have come to give you the worst walloping of your life. You wero the I means of sending me to gaol for | three mouths, ami now I am going to ! get oven." ' Thin wan the announcement maile i by a big man to a lawyer, alter the • former had entered and bolted the j door of the legal sanctum. J "Have you considered the conse , (juence.s, my friend?" 6aid the lawyer, ' as he put down the largo book ho had been reading. "You should not un dertake a contract of such a charac ter without being familiar with all the legal phases of the matter. In an ac tion tor assault and battery, such as ■would certainly bo brought against you, malico aforethought would be easily shown. Where an assault oc curs under stress of great excitement or provocation, judges and juries re gard the defendant leniently, but . where the attack has been deliberate ly planned, as in this case, and whore threats of extreme bodily violence have been uttered, the sentence is bound to bo severe. I ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AMONGST THE TURKS. [?] [?]ERS' EXPERIENCE. TOO CLOSE TO BAYONET. CAIRO, February 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 1 April 1915

J THF. TURKS. i;XV10!UKN&amp;lt;M GAIUO, Fcbruru-y ^iiiul. , VP-'i three :iiu! !l1 of lh>' ie&amp;lt;in::u;: 1 '"'I ot llic miihMe wjteh. wa I, «'£5 1/1. V ■ :K.';ant comma odor v.'ii i'1- V"?'-V ... ',...1 v,vfv'.'Ofid ill com-' 30 ' ii)V&amp;lt;:tt:'Kii!£,' ll>0 ebunccs ... !,i;r; 11;*,hi. The *;*-j . , i; ,i intpfi'ilnsss* of youth t.'my would co>no. "i'.et hob wo see a Turk (o-day," :;sf ' later tho crackle of . , . >•; v.-s.n kenr.l alooR tho bank vg of tiiera. Clearly they jgf . > >;•> for an attack. Kvcry f'" hurry In? to kls post. fi> (if tho op.slern bank sar.d hills wan a lino about a Inuu!('■"(! of them, ir&amp;lt;;: for all they won? wordi. hi'.o tlii: Mild. You could ! i i;.!:.? out. in the dusk ihe dark ••Jd-.-ivi Irc.tt to i'., and tlio s;ir/!! by shovfii'.ili.';. A potty of ■ ;;::i mi to ilio captain, "We >to1 trained on 'em,'.' ho k::i&amp;lt;!. ■ we i'n/e." The captain anttir wfo.!! I not Iff. _ 'Iho;-? ■ i(- our ov.-n...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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