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FIGHTING IN FORESTS. Trees Help to Win Battles. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 April 1915

FIGHTING IN FORESTS. Trees- Help to Win Battles. I Co in m ii nd era In Franco aro taking full advantage of tho wooded stato of tho country over which lighting la tak ing placo, and faroata aro playing an Important part In varloua atratoglcal i moves. Fierce fights for forests aro I of frequent occurrence, as such posl | tlons aro a dccidcd advantage to tho army having possession of thorn. They offer a serious obstaclo to tho ad ! vanco of tho enemy, for troopo cannot J march, neither can artillery bo rapidly transported through donna woods. What roads aro avallablo can also be simply blocked by a fow fallen truos. Tho latter tactics aro especially ef fect I vo for covering up retreats. Many batteries aro now socroted in woods, away from tho prying eyes of aerial scouts. Tho guns aro placed In clearingB and they send out shells in an upward direction, through holes in tho follago abovo. An army possessing a wood is, In fact, In as happy a posl tlon aH If they woro safoly ensconced I...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HALL-MARK. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 April 1915

THE HALL-MARK. Tho hall-mark on gold and nllvcr ware lu (.lie mark placed on it by the (lovernnient assayem. Tho chief as say olllce la In Goldsmiths' llall, Lon don; thuro uro also assay olllces 111 Kdiiiburgli, Glasgow and Dublin. In a manufactured state puro sold and puro ullvur are rarely found; and Lite object of tho hull-murk i;> to «how Iho oxact proporllonii of puro metal and alloy In each article. No one In per mitted to sell, and no prudent perHon would attempt to purchase, a plocc of silver or gold plato that had not re ceived tho hall-mark. Tills symbol, stamped upon every pleco of plato. Is an absolute guarantco of tho quality of tho motal, for hall-marking Is pro tected by stringent laws. Fraudulent hallmarking Is heavily punishable, l'rolmbly fow motalu caii bo so easily adulterated as sllvor und gold, and, were thero no such protection as ball marking, tho public would ho oxlcn sivoly defrauded, as tho purity of the metals cannot bo determined by cur sory examinat...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FIGHTING FOR CAMPHOR. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 April 1915

FIGHTING FOR CAMPHOR. Tli.iro arc few things which demand I a heavier toll ol' Uvea than camphor. Tim reanon for 1'ilti In that tho moiin- I fainous parhi ol' tho Inland of Kor niona, from which the world gets most of it:i camphor arc inhabited hy head hunting savages whom tho successive invaders of tho Inland nave been mi ablo to unbdue. These savages are iiulte allvu to the valno of the camphor treeu and lieice ly oppose all attempts to get posses sion of tho forests. Their hostility niake.'i tho gathering of camphor a moat hazardous! occupation, and 0110 In which a loaded rillu Is tho most in dependable tool. Since tho Japanese took tho island after their successful campaign against China In tho 'nineties, tlioy havo been carrying on n carefully-conceived plan of gradual penetration of the valuable camphor region;!. Tlusy malio pal lis six foot In width through tho virgin forests. At intervala of every 120 yard.'! .standi! a guard-house, and every fourth or fifth guard-houso la a...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHAT THE EXPERTS SAY ABOUT THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 April 1915

WHAT THE EXPERTS SAY ABOUT THE WAR. If only our new armies aro ready in tlmo, tin Hoil of both Franco anil Bel glum should bo clear of (ho onomy by t.tio beginning of next Juno.—Mr. Ash moad Bartlntt. When wo hive won—not If wo win— Peace, Civilisation. Humanity will re turn to this earth for a contury— during which Ilrltaln will guard and disseminate all throe.—Mr. Frederic Harrison. Wo shall destroy tho Prussian mur dorer, give peaco to Europe, and trans form tho jiooi1 Germans—now the Kai ser's "cannon food"—into free men.— Sir llay Lankestor. Tho British Navy has, with tho aid of tho Allied fleets, driven tho Gorman (lag from the high soau. Thanks to that, tho Allien can draw their supplies from the wlioio world, wlillo Germany Is suffering jconomlc pressure, which In tho end may prove tho decislvo fac tor in tiio war.—Sir George Buchanan. I am convinced that the efforts of all those who aro fighting at this moment for the causo of right, justico and lib erty for tho peoples, gr...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUNSET AND DAWN (Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd., Lon. & Melb).) All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XXIV. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 April 1915

SUNSET AND DAWN I3y KKFIE ADELAIDE ROWLANDS. .published by iirnuigcraont with Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd., Lon. & Mell).) All Rights Kosorvod. rnU'TER XXIV. (Continued.) Th(, prepuce of the lwo maids com 1 , ,or to lake a full Grin of her \|| chance of further conli 1 was at ail end, ho after kissing ' r'r.' ncl again ami making all en •M; . <> >«•<> "pi-c:irly tho ,,uxt won.l.ijr. l>o»y reluctantly went !UOuiside her sister's bedroom <loor the valet, of the Prince, and, ^."nislng U»« man, she spoko to him ,,.int to noil Prince Petkoff," she "-whore is he? Will you take i(> him, please?" is with UIh Bccrntciiy, "'the valet Maid. "I will tell Him vou arc here." A moment, later Lady Uletehley wa ..■lio.ni Into a room a little further down tli- passage. Petkoff came towards lier with out stretched hands. •■Mi' the little Dolly," ho said; "the prettv sister. Why, this In j charming. 1 had no Idea yon were in ' •■Can I sneak to yo...

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 — 22 April 1915

If you want TIME QO — TO ERNEST, GIDDI'GS, Hnlrdres rTobacconls lCTO. BTANLKV-HT., T00KA Now Stock of - WATCHES Gun-motnl, Niclcol Silvor, Gold from 7s 6d upwards. ALL OUARANTBItD. Ordors taken for ropnirs. Splendid Assortraont of Pipes, Gigar oltos, Tobacco, Oigars, always on lmnd. Also porfmncs, drossing casos and fanoy goods. Billiard Saloon. Sister Backhouse HAS OPENED A PRIVATE HOSPITAL (Registered) AT TOORA. CERTIFICATED 'Midwifery, Surgical and Medical Nurso. Life Member Royal Victorian Trained Nurseo Association. Dr Edgar Barrett in Attendance. FEE—£2 12a 6d PER WEEK. TI-IE NEW BUTCHERY. W. OR WFORD, FOSTER VX/'ISIIES to notify the public of Foatc and fiurrounding district th.it ho i now currying on business in tho now premises nt tho junction of Muiti-.itrcof, And trusts to aecuro a fair sharo ol thoir patron/igo. Families waited on for Orders. Small Qoods u Spooiiilitv. Foster Coffee Palaue UNDER NEW MAN AQKMEN'I MRS. sTelpiiick I ^E8IHK8 to notify tho people of Foster Mid...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Compensation. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 April 1915

Compcinintlon. Tun mil: Last might, tho rain camo In "111rough tho roof mid Gave 1110 a regular shower. lmth. You ought to do (something. Landlord: What do you oxpoct nio to do? Glvo you uonp and towels! Lady Orator: Ladlca, do you lenow what wo womon stand for? Volco In Iloar: Yos, slalor; wo stand bccauBO tho mon keop tlio ocata for themselves. Shortly after marriage a man bo vine to realise that ho talked too much during the courtalilp.

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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CHAPTER XXV. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 April 1915

CHAPTER XXV. Meanwhile Dolly hail rushed hack lo the hotel wl)oro she and her hus band were staying, and In a burst or learn had given him an account of all that had happened. Lord lJletchley comforted her with kisses and lender words, and assured her again and again that of course he would do all he could for Margaret. At (lie Na/ite time he looked very wave, it wan 110 easy task Ills wife was selling him. Conflict wit.li a man like Petkoff 011 such a mailer as this had a very dis agreeable savor about it; moreover, Lord llletehley knew how dillleull. It always was to Interfere between a husband and a wife. When Dolly talked about his go ing at once to the Hrltish Embassy he only shook his head. "You see, darling," he explained, "II isn't a diplomatic matter. II' wo went lo anyone we ought, to go to the Hrltish Consul; hut although I am perfectly sure that you are right and that the man Is a beast, we mustn't lose sight or the fact that .Margaret did marry him of her own free will,...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOMAN'S INFLUENCE IN JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 April 1915

WOMAN'S INFLUENCE IN JAPAN. Purine tluit which is known as "tho llelan period"—from tho eighth to the eleventh century -the Japaneso wo man was at I ho heighl of her power and inliuenee. Tho nodal position la lliilii described lty Professor S. .Sassa In tlit; "Japan Magazine"— "It wan In fact an ago when woman not tho standard In ovorytiling. In many eases tlioy wore not given In marriage even, but sons won) adopted into t!ii! family for Hit; daughters who needed husbands, the men losing their family names In those of (heir wives. Tho daughters worn given a special establishment In the homestead com pound or In it country villa, wlilthor Ihey resorted with their imsbands, tho latter sallying fortii by day for duty and returning promptly at night to their mistresses. It Is also clear from tho literature of tho tlmo that woman occupied tho chief plaeo In society. It would seem that daughters were given a position even above their mothers; for In such works as tho 'GenJI Mono gat aiT t...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SCIENCE MADE EASY. Puzzling Problems Solved at Home. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 April 1915

SCIENCE MADE EASY. Puzzling Problems Solved at Homo. Why does a piano sneozo? Why doos a whip crack? Why do bits of fluff corao off tlxo end of tho whip when you crack it.? Why does a cric ket bat sting? Why ? But one might ask dozons of such questions, dealing with littlci probloms of ovory day life, which would puzzlo not a fow people. Boya and girls, howevor, who have been listening to Professor C. V. Boys' juvenile lectures at tho ltoyal Insti tution will have no difficulty in ex plaining these Hcicntlilc mysteries. They will tell you, for instance, on tho authority of Profossor Boya him self, that if, after pressing tho right pedal on a piano, you sing to it. It will sing buck t.o you, and If you snooze, tho piano will also snoozo, simply becauso of tho sympathetic vi bration which exists botwoon yourself and tho wires. Again, a whip cracks for tho same reason that a bullet sings or a shell whistles or whines. It 13 a matter of speed or voloclty. When a thing moves rapidly thro...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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THE LATEST BEAUTY BATH. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 April 1915

THE LATEST BEAUTY BATH. I Tlit> vory Intivst bounty Iv.Ji is tlmfc HiinponiMl of hot .siuv-.siind. Homo fa J nous Parisian ln'iiutif.'i havo tho uund brought direct from Trouvillo in bur ruin. Othor.s placo unlimitod oonti donco in tho ttlrutig tit'u suit of Hum it n, Thuao batha hid fairly oxponuivo; but, tlion, it. i.s uluiiuinl that tlioy do intinito good to a curtuiu quality ot skin—that "mat" whito i.ltin which iu> uKou noconipiiuiixs ml-guld liuir and a poach complexion. Tho hot-mui-simd Imth i:i propaml iij rathor a poouliar way. A largo «hoot i« placod on tho ground and oovorod Illicitly with smoking iiot sand. Thon tlii) "pnitiout" i.s wrapped up in tho ilioot and quietly maa-sagod. AI tor livo niinuUvi tho patient iti rolkxl ovor and over ft do7.ou timca uud tlum again imuwagcd. lly this tinio tins •and in cool mul tho opmution tuiim\u^ 1 Uiiltvsu u vory ontlm.'.m.stio boauty-lovor litj tho coiuago to begin nil ovor again. After tho (.oa-»aiid-bath in ovor n ttrong h...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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CIRCUMVENTING A FADDIST. In "Faneies, Fashions and Fads," Mr Ralph Novill, son of the late Lady Dorothy Novill, writes: — [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 April 1915

CIRCUMVENTING A FADDIST. In "Vnmiiivi, Kiusliioiis und Knilri," Mr KnJl>h Nm'ill, son of (ho Into Liuly Uorothv Novill, wriUvn: — "Thi.M i;i thn gulden ago of tho fad. Novor bi'loi'o in tho world'n hititory haw this purliuulnr form of ogotimn hiul mioh oliuiicxvi of llouriuhing." ilo tolla an Minuting story at tho oxpon.so of I ho fmhli.ito. Wlum iit luiH'hoon with u friond ho oUsorvod "tluit ho touehod no moat, but uto n/ily, titraugo vegotiinuu di.ihoN, wliioh jiad uvidontly boon pro (mind for lviti .'.piviul emu.uinptioii. l.atoi on I onquirod of hiu wifo if ttila now <liot ngrtxxl with lior hmibuml." "It didn't at Urut,' alio ropliod, 'but it dooa now.' " 'From Ilia look.i ho oortninly wiu to tlirivo on it. Ilo norw looked moro robiut in hi» life.' " 'I toko aaro of that,' alio wont oil, 'though 1 iiopo ho won't find it out. No muu pnrtuktvi of n moro carnivorous diot thiin ho. lfivoryono of tho..o vogo toblo oouruoii you iuiw t-o-diiy wan lull of tlio Htrongo»t in...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CATS ON THE STRENGTH. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 April 1915

CATS ON THE STRENGTH. Tlio doath of tlio cut wliioh Honiotiinos J Kill, iimniij; llio of tlio lliKhj Conn will lio i-H/ji'ottwl, (nit. liu wan only mm of tlu> muny iiomhxi cuts to wliieli llio U'ovoruimmt i'.h'o a local habitation, and in sonio riiso.i u luiiiin. Thorn is Jmi at tlio l''duenlinn Ollieo, wlm luia a uroal roputnt ion, oapooinlly I'm- l.i.i i;if(, in cati:!iiii(; pillions and >inirinii'M. Ho hiii) lioon known to oairy iii:w:.p.iii>M.s to a Bp' t vlioro iiiyoons liojiii'iit. and to lio in wait, within t.hu 111;iV\|in|H*r. Ho is said to liuvo captinod ,sl\ jii;;i'ons iii ft wook, Tlio War OHicc s'lill of oats ninounth to tint1*' ono or tlioni n I'oi'.sian. 'I'ho Adnin al! j' i.'hI Jim, 11 lio died at llio (Mid of Inni yi-ar, had liinotoon yours' Korv'.'n to liin t'rod'!.. Al tlio olIiroM of llio I'liiy <'.I'UH'il tlioro i?i u very disoroot ■ill f.illod and al tlio Hoard of Trado thine is n liml, tm«, Init. »nl.v, i-iii, (i.liod Mao \'l ilm cats on tli...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHEN IS A WOMAN MOST BEAUTIFUL? SOME FRENCH PAINTERS' OPINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 April 1915

WHEN IS A WOMAN MOST ^ BEAUTIFUL? j SOMli lWENOtl PAINTERS' CU'INlONti. "At vvluit ago in a woman moat bountiful Y" haa boon tho aubjoot of a. somowhut spiriUxl discunaum lu Puria inn url oirulo#. Al. Kurdmand lliuii iiwt, tho hoad of tho BuHool of Fiiio iYrU( ownu to two idoula. Ah on nrtiut tin. tuvourito foiuiiiiiio typo m botwoon tlio agoa of oightoon alii] twonty-livo— tno timo of "radiant youth." As u mere man, flu connidoru Cliut women of i mm tivoiity-fivo to thirty-livo youm old tno tho moat fluctuating und chum hiii. I'ho vororan puintur, llarpignioti, ii not ho gonoroiiH, for ho notu tho Lima of bounty nl from sixteen to twenty yen in -tlio ago of youthful Kimplicity uniiiurred by tho our oh mid unxiotieu which yearn bring in tlioir train. Al. Ctreliiel Korrior, on tlio other hand, no ronla to bounty a lougthy reign. Ho run.sidorii tho woman of to-<liiy ia bouu l if nl from tho uuu of twonty-livo to iifty, for tilio hu.4 boooino iiiiHtro.su of tlio nrl of how t...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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NUTS AS FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 April 1915

NUTS AS FOOD. Nuts in tho form of dessert have al ways found u place upon our tables, but in recent years their popularity iva a fooft lima boon steadily lncreiuiing. Vegetarians look upon tliem particularly (Ui u staple article of diet, which may bo eaten m many forms, both oookod and uncooked. United nut« are nice oiiUm with stowed fruit, anil chopped nuts sprinkled betwoou tliiu broau uud but ter am considered ijuite a delicacy. lliu-.el nutti cuntaiii u Rreat deal of oil, A ml tiro useful therefore for koepinH up bodily wurmtli in tlio winter. Nul buttoru aro more ooonomioal than ordin ary butter, mid quite im nutritious, ox oopt for people who find they disagree. The milt which iiuUj contain is especial ly good for people getting ou in y«irtt. provided they uro tuken ground^ Krjl^" od. or in some form easily m»»t»outwl. Filbert until, whioh are really tho cul tivuted form of tho luizol nut, contain but little oil, henoe they uro easy of di gestion. At one time boooli nutu were ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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TOMMY SCORED. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 April 1915

TOMMY SOOIIED. Tlioy woro At dimior, and Mr. Qrooo, Milly'ti young man, wiu» dining with thorn. ft wiin tho fifth tinio ho had vi/itod thom that woolc, and tlioy Ivor* groat ly horod. Milly's lirothor oat n«it to Jior, eying tho young uuihIioi' up and down «ua jiioiiiiKiI.v, for only tho ovoning hoforo lit* liuil Imxud Tommy'tt oara fur hoiiig ►nicy. Tommy whh now waiting for a pliimoo to gut oven. l'resontly Mr. Oroon naked:— "Miiv 1 holp yon to a littlo more Pin1ii AlillyP" "No, thank you," ropliod Mios Milly. "Will you havo Bouio, Tommy P." "No, thanlm," Hnid Tommy, *na]> pinhly. "Thou I will," »aid tho innohor. "Do yon know, Tommy," ho wont on, help ing hiniHolf, "that, you should nlwayn onl nlimty of fiah, 110 matter what kiml It Ut" "WhyP" inquirod Tommy. "UiH'.au.srt," iiaid ho, with a imilo, "I'ihIi contaiiiN phoHphoriiB, and phoi phoniH id good brain." "Oh, ih i« f" tmoorod Tommy, making for tho door; "them yoli ought to oat a M'h/itol" "WhatI" roarml tho mnslior, nu...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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THE MIRROR. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE SOUTH GIPPSLAND S[?] MAIL. THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 April 1915

THE MIRROR. WITH WHICH IS l.NCoKl'OKATLl) TUB SOVTU tari'suuNu uututs mail. THURSDAY, AriUL 20, 1015. | Tho following communication has j been received from M r. G. 11. Wise, j M.Il.K., through the Acting Post | master-General : —"Sir,— Adverting j"lo your strong representations of thr; 7th inst., relative to tho request by Mr. AY. J. Humble, of Poolarong, tli.it the mail service botween 1' osier and | Uunyah Gutiyah via Wonga Wonga ba increased i. beg to inform you that. ' tlw cost of nil additional mail once ft voek would bo £1)0 per annum but the new revenue is estimated at only £7 17, 7, thus leaving a deficiency of j £2 '< "2/5. As tho estimated new re | venue tics not equal 75 p;r io.it, of the additional cost it is ueu/ssary that tho residents contribufo the sum of £11 12/5 (representing the difference between 7~> per cent. (£22 10') of the now cost (£30) and the estimated new revenue (117 17,7) towards the in creased frequency of the se; vice. Tlie su.m of £lt ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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TRICKS OF FURNITURE FAKERS. MAKING WORM-HOLES IN SHAM ANTIOUES. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 April 1915

XBIOKfl OF FORNIX UitB A FAKEEfl. MAKING WORM-HOLES IN SHAM AflXIQUKS. Colloctora of antiquo funiituro JlOfid to bo vnry wido awwJto uowaduyn if thoy wifih to luotoot theinnolveo uguuiat ' Uio trioku praotiuod by somo doulore. s Porhapa ono of tlio olavoroflt dodgou is 1 that workod by tho largo oud wealthy dottier with a good ontoiito. Should a 1 romhiout aiiu iniluoiiliul ouotomor bo 1 iaaatisfiod with liis purcli»»o, tlio <lou- 1 ler promptly offoni to take it baok und 1 refund tho full purchase prico. Indood, lio will go fui'taor, and oifor a prico which ollown tiw) cruvtomor ti profit on & trawmotion. But tlio doalor ia oaroful to tiiko a roooipt, aud onoo ho huo gut this thoi'o in nothing oa/ior than to of for tho artiolo ut a small profit to t\ uiilliouttiro oollootur from tho States u« boiug from tlio oollootion of Lord So nud-So. Tho b*it uiiually in at onoo taken; tho doalor lauglung up lii» dloovo, "'^ilo tho Auorioiui oarxio* liomo his "bargain." Many ...

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Fish Creek Patriotic Sports A PRONOUNCED SUCCESS Local Belgian Relief Fund Exported to Benefit. by £100. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 April 1915

!Fish Creek Patriotic Sports A PRONOUNCED SUCCESS Locnl lU'linf Fund Exported to Bonofit. li_v .£100. Olio nr.-not, with any degree of justification, ho accused of soaring to wards t))D siiperlativo summits of exaggeration when one desciibes the several entertainments held last Mon dny at Fish Crock, in aid of tiio dis tressed Belgian people, :is forming the nucleus of a pronouncedly brilliant success, financially and otherwise. And when anything is a success liiian cmlly, that it is also a success in other j respects is almost assured. Fish Creole's gala day was all that could ho desired ; and Fish Creekitos, to slight ly paraphrase Kipling, " passpd their tints for their credit's sake, and paid, paid, paid " Great credit is duo to tho general secretary (Mr M. li. liuoiihvy) and other gentlemen of the committee wlio worked indefatignbly for tho success of this c-haritablo undertaking, and who found no detail nor suggestion beneath their notioo. All moneys, of course, are not yet in...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 April 1915

SPORT AND PASTIME. Tlllfi TURF. Royal Alioo, who ban boon sup ported lit'uvily ill Homo of h<»r ri'OiMii races, wan ;nado favorite f • r 111• • (jlonhunily Cup at Caul (ii-li! mi Saturday. Slit) hud boon triod woll with Tho Lintio, whom hIio defeated in a gallop. Tin* good thing duly camo, t>nt tho favorite only just squeezed homo hy half a nook from tho con sistent Lady Mooltan, with Hush Monoy throo-quartorB of a lon«tt) away third. Tho South Gippsland horso L.K.G. put up a good performance in the Glonforrio Wot tor at Oaul liold on Saturday, being boaton hy Lovolaco hy a length. L.K.G., who ban improved out of all know ledge, has won a couple of races on tho suburban courses, and on his running on Saturday it should not bo long hoforo ho scores again. Chunda, a horso woll-known on South Gippsland courson, wan a starter in (ho Nooviin Stooplo ohaHo at Caulliold on Saturday, hut ho found tho company a hit ahovo him, and ho oould only finish nixth to IJngala, who won w...

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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