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HUMOR OF SERIOUS THINGS [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 March 1914

HUMOR OF SERIOUS THINGS (13y Alec Johnston in "The Glasgow Weekly Herald.") The world' is in danger id' being divided into the people who regard serious; things seriously and people who regard them entirely as a Julie. . Military training, strikes, marriages, und.. other, necessities of civilisation have attained permanent rank as serious things; and to treat them ac tively as.anything else is to incur the displeasure of society at law no doubt <rightly, from society's point, of view.1 But-the difficulty about such matters, from the humorist's point of view, is the ridiculous way In which thej" give themselves airs. Military training ties- itself up in a peculiar brand of red tape, which lends saero snnctlty to Its most trivial transac tions. .. The soldier, must, of course, "always' keep his rifle and himself just - so." -To this end our Govern ment,:.^ : it Liberal, or Conservative -another. of -our serious and neces sary jokes--spends .somo.-. millions a year-.In equip...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RECORD LAND DEAL COVENT GARDEN ESTATE [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 March 1914

RECORD LAND DEAL OOVENT GARDEN' ESTATE Mr Mallaby-Deeley, was the ] niost-talked-of man In Bngland yester day (Hays ''The Dally News," Decem ber IS)., As the purchaser of the Duke of Bedford's Covent Garden estate, he becomes a person of " extraordinary In terest. What is he going- to do with his purchase? . . That was one of the questions put to him by a "Dally'News" representative, last night. Would he sell the market to the London County Council? - 1 He replied" that, If approached, he would be prepared.'to treat with the Lohdon County Council "as' a willing: seller and a; willing purchaser." . ? i I would rather sell it to a'' t»uWici authbrlty than to a private owners,"' lie said. "It Is a'property, I think,' which would be better held-on account; of'Its size and Importance-by a public ?authority. But so long as it is In my Possession I Intend to carry it on in i a public-spirited way. Naturailv. I do' riot'want to'loscby it." : . :.. < i He repudiated the Idea that ...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE AND LAMPS CRESSET TO ELECTRIC TORCH. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 March 1914

POLICE AND LAMPS CRESSET TO ELECTRIC TORCH. Tht> London policeman's "bull's eye" Is, according to report, shortly to pass away (says tlie "Dally. Tele graph" of January 8). Ill Its 'stead; he Is to have an clectrlc torch, which! will spread light before aiiJ around him, while ho himself remains u'n-j seen. At his. bidding there will be light, though doubtless, thfcre' will be, times when, pressing, a button withj twentieth century, confidence in science, he will call'for, ligh't'and none) will come.. But that rnoderh. wizard, the electrician,; may^'be' trusted to see, to It that these" occasions are rare. , . "Beloved Peeler" _has becomo soj much nn Institution with us that we. are ,apt to forget there was a tlme; when, so . far frbm 'being thus affec-i Uonatcly hailed In song, he was 'the; target for hearty abuse and' ridicule., For iri order that he mlght: come ari-; other had to go, and though' " the! eighteenth century '."Charley"-' iwasj about as fit.'to preserve ' order . a...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ACTION BY CZAR'S COUSIN HONOR IN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 March 1914

.ACTION BY CZAR'S COUSIN HONOR IX WAR. The Grand Puke Boris of Russia was the plaintiff in a libel suit yester day (reports ?'Tile Daily M'ill," Do-, cember 21). The .action was brought in respect of an article . published in; "Munsey's Magazine',' for April of this year which was headed, "The Succes sion to the Russian Throne," and said : ".During the war with Japan h'e" dis tinguished himself only by miscoh duct:sb gross as to cause the Russian Generalissimo to "threaten him with a court-martial- and to compel him to take his - departure .from the seat of war." , :. . i The defendants were the Frank A. Munsey-Publishing Company, owners of- the magazine; Horace Marshall and Son, publishers; and Mr F. Cunliffe Owen, writer of the. article. The action terminated by the de fendants apologising and, indemnify-; Ing the plaintiff in respect of. his COStS.: , The Grand Duke, a tall, well-built young man. with a dark, moustache, entered the court in- morning "dress and carrying a. gold-he...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Services. SUNDAY, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 March 1914

Church Servloos SuMiAY, March ['itESllYTKRIAN CHUl'.CH - 1'ojtCt 11, Amey'n Track -.M, Kostor 7-30. Cm'sou or K>ia.\su.-Cioy'H 11, Pork FrnnUlin II. Foster 'l'oorii 11, Poil Welshpool Welshpool 7-HO. Mkthodi.st Ciiuucii. - Fostor 11 nod 7. W'nnyn Wong.i "J .30, Hoildle Kango U.30, Fish Creek 2 Unti.ilo 11, Tuoi* 7 15, Mount Beet 11, Wnorarrtt ".30, bil coolt'u 11, Bingiiiwarri 11.

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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TH[?]KERAY'S DEATH [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 March 1914

t >it f'hriM mas Kve, ISi'o - ti;':;. years :vt;r» . -TlKi'-kviMy died nn'. xi>t <. t- ::;. Yh last words he rnrroch'il in ?.'i' v. r (says "Th-- WestminsU r tkiaei t my heart throbbed with an i . .;11 ir-it. . Miss." To Diel^-r.s a week «.: 1 ia-r h ' had Inu^hin.^ly described a new ; . inedy ! i'io had had ii hi his mind to try :\,y an i i:\idis;iosiUuii lhat had kept hi:-: to hi: 'U-d I'm- three days. "Ife was i'IiiaTiliI iiTid looked very brieht." A ;. : n:al oi' Ivj.; latest writings eonviueed J'ieken. .tbat his oiio' estiMinad friend ..?a:- in Uie healthiest viv.'--«r of iris pow- ., aim j in referenee to tin; ai'ovc s:n*' le 1 wrote: "(Jod ;.:rant that <n; 111>?; «'hri.-t 'j rnas Kve when he laid his h d Ke'i '[ (>ii .his pillow and ihnw nn J.- - arms !! as he was wont t<> do when w 'y wear;. some eonseuaisness of duly and !j of ''hristian !i-. tliroiuis at ii; 't iittnv-ly eherish- d, may ha . .- i .? ?. -;d his .! own heart so...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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AMERICA HAS LAND TROUBLES [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 March 1914

AMKKICA MAS 1;AM) THOVBLKS It appears that the United States have their agricultural troubles (says "The Westminster Gazette.") Presi dent Brown. of the New York Central j Hailwav, who has retired from business to devote the rest of his life to farming', has retired from business to devote ] the rest of his life to farming, lias been ujiburtbenening his mind on the sub ject. lie points out that during the last ten years American farmers have produced only an average of 1-1 bushels of wheat to the acre ,as compared with US in Germany and '.VI in the United Kingdom ,and bo believes that unless production can bo immediately stimu lated tlx: consumption of foodstuffs in America will overtake the supply. For there is no prospect of any increase in tiie arable land, and all that can bo done is ta improve farming, which ho declares to be very bad. For tills pur pose each State, according to President Brown, should have an experimental farm and a training school for agricul turists. If this...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WIRELESS ROMANCE PROPOSAL BY MARCONIGRAM [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 March 1914

WIRELESS ROMANCE PROTMIlSAT, BY MARCONIGUAM A boy nnt srirl romance, which was thought to have ended ten years ago through a proposal being lost in the post, now promises to end happily after all, so It is reported (says the New Yortc correspondent of "The Daily News and Leader" on Decem ber 30), following the arrival here from Kurope of Mrs Frances-Tomp-' son, <i Scottish widow. Jt was the use of wireless telegraphy that repaired the error of tho old fashioned mail system, for during her passage across the Atlantic Mrs Tomp i sun r«:(--»ivod by Mareonigram a pro | posal of marriage from an old suitor, j Mr \-\ Mv-olutyrc, who is now living at I Superior, 'Wisconsin. 1 Mrs Tompson and IMr Ma-dntyiv .: v.vrc b'-y arid tfirl h»\vrs in S-otland, | both living residents of Leith. ;;mi1 the | latter \\-i at t«» America mai-:e his i fortune. Ten years ai;o lie wnde pro | posing nnirriaiae, hut the Itll/r was j evidently lost in rljo post. J -<r Mrs ' Tompson did not ...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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LONDON NIGHT CLUBS DRINK AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 March 1914

LONDON NIGHT CLUBS DRINK AND DANCE. There was a time in modern English history when the night-bird was with out honor - a rather disreputable crea ture indeed, good enough In a music hall song, but not nice in a drawing room. Two-in-the-morning couragc might bo all very ' well (for other people) but two-in-the-morning plea sure was only excusable at a ball. The institution of the night club is beginning to' change all that, writes a member of ''The Daily News" staff Who is in touch with "West End life. As yet comparatively few _ people know, but everyone is talking. The night life of .London is developing swiftly. Things have happend in the past few months that are going to leave a per manent mark on the social habits of the moneyed set, and may add a Gayest City to the gay cities of Europe. ' SEW IMPRESSIONS. A visit to one of the really smart night clubs that have sprung up re cently in the heart of the West End "would be a revelation to the man whose ideas of metropolitan gaiety ...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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THE SKUNK [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 March 1914

TIIE SlvUXIC 1 ':i" aamral r.-snk of the TCCOUu i'i i'ii: s "The Westminster . \ W an t«» breed i'uv . animal ir: Hn-:!a:id. In vbls «-«. r: ri«.-c T. i«»:i a. ivrisi^iiinent.' oT _\ :n-.! !'.;!n skunks lias laudy nr ri\.-il, sum-- «»i" which wiil shortly bi; .sla biisii-.. I !-y Mr >iwvyn Chute hi ;t hii!.-id<: ..<[>.., >s;:;v »»!i his estate in .'vu'lhiHiii erland. ; J'-sj.iu- :i :n»>!«>dt»r . r« ;'::;a:kai. t J:. skunk teems u 11 l i: 11 y ,-aibsisi in.^ ehU'tly 0:1 in - .-t-'L-:, . i: *. i !i is considered doubtfn) .vhethi r saiakur_ iVovl of the correct kind c:iii p:'< ^Ufcd. Moreover, the v;iliK- lac -An- produced may be nf by »>ur f t ti t< i climate. A pari, from the inr, the terrible fetid fluid for which this animal is notorious is valu u«ie in- iK'inally, U-in^ prescribed for . s;!iin;i: 1'i an asihmaiie cWr^y /'an, !<;/:]; a i-.'U!c pi il into Un. i.itpit iri'aa' . wl^-n his breath ltivw troublesi»m...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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HEALTH OF THE CHILD LESSON FROM NEW ZEALAND [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 March 1914

HEALTH OF THE CHILD LESSON FROM NKW ZI5ALANP (By Mrs. J. A. ilo'.uun in "Daily -W'V.'.s and ) There are many important things to be done in Kn.^land before she can vindicate ii.T claim to bo a pattern ..I' civilisation. uImcii throe m' these things'public opinion has been aroused, and v,v a r.? promised small holdings, hotter housin.y. and higher waLces. But if we are m ;i;. the full benefit of these i'»i'iiniis tiler:- is a :..iirth in: h-ss i I, i ] i.-i-t;i I. L question which is just beginning I.. attract att-iuiu:!. What is the riiar.ietei- of tin- homes 111 which the majority i.r tin- nation's children are being dragged up to-day? For both h.-aith ami iiin.-ss. like charity, begin at home. The diftiatil Mes, although largvly economic, are not entirely so. The medical officer of Islington says in a recent report: "There are far too many men who earn food wages living in homes that are most unsatisfactory in every way," and declares the ignorance of - the working man's wife to b...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 March 1914

FOR EVERYBODY. AN a NOW ON 6 B Ml - AT A! E3 % "F O S T E Tl, The whole slociv to be sold regardless oi cost. nil. Kin in n /PIJWTTTMW CUT 17 LILS IS & ylil\0llllj kjAiiDj and to prove it we ask you to call and judge for yourselves. We ! intend to clear our stock and to do so we are offering the goods at ASTOUNDING PRICES. AN OPPORTUNITY NEVER BEF0RE~ GIVES YOU OF &ixix classes r>AAmn i>UUlb ^ AT SACRIFICING PRICES. EVERWHINCJ^15OST PRICE HYATT Black?xuitlb Wlicsl wrigOat, & Cca.kbuil&sri (T.ate of Melbourne.) SrAN'r-fiV -STii EET, TOOKA. C'o:iehb;iihlii)«» r.titi' P.i'uUk: a Speciality. X^ESTIiES to nnuouncit )>?.. I" ha;s purchased the business lately conducted by Mr Jas. Dateman, and by strict -attention to business j Vehicular repairs and renovations Impcs to receive, a fair sliu.ro of pu'uiic douc iu 'luit;k *?'"»« i'c;isoiw.bla pili'OHiijje. I rates. A hi. 'Wot'lC GU ARAXTEED. A TUIAL SOLICITED. H» 501.-15 rt. CoU, Eubj ul; tuculuW >...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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South Gippsland Shire Council. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18TH. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 March 1914

South GippsJand Shir Council. WEDNESDAY, -MARCH lSrn. Present- Crs. Nieol (president), Hull, Gardner. ^'yi.an, Keune, J one: Pite.-iini, .Micliai'l. .Shire of Jin 111 Buln, asking co oper,ilion .of council in supporting a movement th:it a commissioner be appointed to clevote his whole time to the settling of unsettled hinds in Gippshmd generally.-.Or. Piteaiin to attend. Petition from number of ratepayers from Toora, asking that spring on Welshpool road between Buegge's mid JSiistlmm's bo el toned out anil prepared J for trough for drinking purposes.-Cr. Jsieol to attend. c o! i 1: k s l' o x i) IN c r.. A. L. <jI'lihmn, manager of (lie \ Foster UuUer Factory, notifying cotui -I oil of the oeoup;u:ey of premises al V-v A\ el.shpool known us Federson's, Ptv. .i i. Ltd., as a factory.-Secretary to at t- tend. , Tlios. Living-stoiJ, "St.L.A., as!;;:ig f council to make .to to his plaet? y on Acnes Hiver.-Or. Ni uil to attend. Foster XorUi Process Association, asking- that po...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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HAGENBECK ZOO ANIMALS IN LONDON [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 March 1914

HAGENBECK ZOO ANIMALS IN LONDON Since the publication, some four years ago, o£ an English translation of Carl IHagenbeck's "Thieren und llenschen" (says "Tlio Spectator") so much has been written of the Hagenbeck methods of exhibiting wild animate, and so many contrasts have been drawn between Zoos with and without cages, that there will no doubt be a large number of visitors attracted to Olympia to see for themselves the Hagenbeck collection oC animals now on view in that much-en during building. A certain proportion, perhaps, will Finish their visit with somewhat mixed feelings. That will particularly be the case with those who know best the conditions "under which animals aro shown to the public in Re gent's Park. For in bringing thts ^'Wonder Zoo" to London, and in put Ling forward the many claims for it with which advertisement has made us familiar, what the proprietors have really done is to challenge a close com parison with the methods of the Lon don Zoological Gardens, and ...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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PEACE WITH AMERICA VISCOUNT BRYCE'S GIFT [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 March 1914

PEACE WITH AMERICA VISCOUNT lmYCK'S GIFT A letter from Viscount Bryre convoy- .[ ing the gift of a copy of tho only < authorised portrait of Mary Ball Wash- 1 ington, was read at a meeting yester- 1 day of the British Committee for the 1 Celebration of tho Centenary of Peace i between England and the United States (states "The Daily. News" January 23). The meeting, over which, the Duko ' of Teck presided, accepted the gift ' with hearty thanks, and ordered that 1 tho, picture bo ' suitably framed and placed In Sulgrave Manor, Northants, the ancestral home of "Washington. It was announced that £50,000 was still required for. tho Centenary Fund for carrying out the British programme for the celebration, and that an appeal for that amount would bo issued Imme diately after the Mansion House meet ing on February 4, which is to bo ad dressed by the Prime Minister, the Archbishop of Canterbury, and the Duke of Teck. At the close of tho1 meeting the Dulte - of Teck, Lord Shaw (c...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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DREAMS IN ANTARCTIC VISIONS OF JAM TARTS [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 March 1914

DREAMS IN ANTARCTIC VISIONS or JAM TAKTS At a council meeting of tlio Royal Geographical Society on Tuesday (says ".Lloyd's Weekly News" of January IS) it was resolved to vote the sum of £1000 towards the Imperial Trans Antarctic expedition .under the leadership of Sir Ernest Shackleton. . Sir Ernest;is being deluged with let ters.. They come from "all sorts and condltons of men"-people who wish to join the expedition, subscribers to the fund, scientists with advice that, being founded, on. real knowledge, is likely to be useful, and amateur scientists who no doubt mean well, but who know nothing of Antarctic conditions. "The volunteers," said Sir Ernest, on Tuesday, "now' number 1500. They in clude members of all walk of life-po licemen, omnibus drivers, and doctors of. science. ' To-day's post lias brought us subscriptions of sums from 2/0 up wards. - "On our last southern journey the favorite books were llrowiiing's Poems, Sorrow's Bible in Spain, Arthur Young's 'Travels in Franc...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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£500,600 AN OUNCE LATEST FACTS ABOUT RADIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 March 1914

500,600 AN OUNCE LATEST FACTS ABOUT RADIUM. (By T. Tliorno Baker, in "The Daily Mail"). The rarest thing in the world. Mr Mallaby-Dceley, In liis recent pur chase of tlio Bedford estates, could have paid for the wliolo transaction with a small teacupful of radium. At its present price, one ounce of ra dium is worth about half a million pounds, and though new sources of mineral and improved methods of ex traction may .ultimately bring tile price much lower, its rarity will always re main, because it occurs in nature in such infinitestimnlly small quantities. Since its discovery radium has been a thins; of extreme fascination to the scientist, while the general public have regained it with mild curiosity. But its recent effects in the treatment of can cer have made it a thing of absorbing interest to the whole world. There arc various sources for obtain ing radium, for it occurs always In a fixed proportion with the metal uranium. Wherever we find uranium wo are sure to find ? the one...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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S.P.E. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 March 1914

. . . S.P.E. (By William Archer, In "Daily News unci Leader.") Leaving to ..classical scholars all-the witticisms to bo extracted from the above letters, I hasten to explaifl that they designate a newly-born Society, whereof the prospectus has just reached me. It is a society to which I shall certainly belong, should I be found worthy; for it has the extra ordinary merit of demanding no sub scription. You can become , an M.S.P.E. - Member of the Society for Pure English-without banging a single sixpence. Whether you have to submit to any test-to pronounce "any'shibboleth-I do not know. Were I the autocrat of such a society, I should admit nobody who could not say "the idea of good" without in serting an "r" betweeu "Idea" and "of." This would mean that the so ciety would consist exclusively of Scotchmen, and a very cosy little com pany we should be. . On the other hand, if the test were to distinguish accurately between the vowel sounds in "good" and "food," aud other words spelt wi...

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FARM SCHOOL WHERE BOYS ARE TRAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 March 1914

FARM SCHOOL WHERE BOYS ARE TRAINED. Organised throu *11 t' < benevolence if a few men and women of this city (says "The Christian Science Monitor"), the Chicago Junior school, created for the purpose of teaching oojs how to care for and support ihemFelVf.fe, having successfully passed its first season, may now be regarded as an established in stitution. The first Season's operations of 'v>e school, on a 120-acre fti-m on Long lake in Michigan, ISO miles north-east of Chicago, was so successful that plans are under way to double the attendance from 15 to 30 boys as soon as arrancr-J ments can bo made to accommodate them. The Chicago Junior school Is an insti tution Intended to teach boys to lean upon themselves, and not to look for charity for their -support. The course of instruction, under' the direction of V. P. Randall, is a well-balanced sys tem of theoretical and practical teach ing. in which the boy earns half the cost of keeping him at the school, his parents or...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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A.W.N. League. FOSTER BRAUCH. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 March 1914

A.W.N. League. FOSTER BllAUCR, About 10 members of tl:o Austra lian, Nyoinen'o Natiqnai} 'league at (.Tud-id at a meeting nqk\ iti.tke,.lodge .'ao'il Ql> , Wednesday jiftcnioon Jast to lipar Alfs J^qrryyi;bf*.Bnliitnjfc,' ,giyo an add^ecs on ^fJ,Gurri>nt\ Polities'". The ImJl wjis f.niusformpd, bejugidecoi'ated \viy(i the 'League's colour^-pufple and pr;ii^rose.'2, : \ *4' t re. Berry cpekc at Ujji^th on the present state.ci affairs. in .-the. Federal Parliament" 'fey'untif Socialism is qb-t literaied/i'ouv-oui", inidst,' we can cx-' pect nothing "b-.it strikes and u;irest. The,speaker urged e,vecy, true Liberal to clobber duty,at thtf( coming election" r.r.d ,|!sfpl. tor securc a big maiority in_ b.qtji I^oqses for I,ibet:a}isHK .'^Aftorjj.oon tea was served and a most enjoyable*.times spent. .; . On the motion of Mesdames "Dolphin amt |V/il^on .a.'lteavty vopn . of tjianks, was accorded tlie., spqaker for lior interesting r,nd instructive address.. .. A public meeting was al...

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