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HORNS AND CLAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 17 December 1914

HORNS AND CLAWS. j Nature has made the tiger unequal led in the^ combination of speed, I strength, cunning. Oaring and physi cal beauty. A tiger's first bounds are so rapid as to briiif; It alongside an antelope, and a blow ot its paw will stun a charging bull. It has been known to spring over a wall five feet high into a cattle-pen and to Jump back with a full-grown animal in its Jaws. Sportsmen say they have known I It to carry away the bait while they were putting up the shelters from which to shoot it. It is a fact, however, that the tiger makes no pretence to invisible cour age, as may be seen in the instance of one kept in the Calcutta Zoological UardeDS, which was butted to death by a ram. A soldier owned a fighting ' ram, , which became so troublesome it • had to be sent to the zoo. There it ■ caused so much annoyance it was de cided to give it to the great tiger. I The tiger was so ferocious its food I was let down through a sliding grating I in the roof of Its cage. The ra...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XIV. "Give Back My Husband." [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 17 December 1914

CHAPTER XIV. "Give Back My Husband." Three months later Sydney was set tled in a small flat in Westminster. Robert Enderby, of course, hnd done all tli- business p^". t, and he and Mag gie Graham between them had helped lier to furnish and arrange her new home. On one point she and Maggie agreed to differ. The elder woman strongly opposed the idea of Sydney living alone, saying it was both louoly and calculated to encourage "old-maidish" tendencies, as well as being unconven t ional. "But I never have been convention al," argued Sydney. "And I am cer tain 1 could never liva with another woman. If 1 had a companion I know 1 should always want to talk when she was silent, and to read when she wanted to hold forth. I simply could not put up with another woman al ways about. After living with auntie, 1 know there isn't a woman in the world who wouldn't jar somewhere. I have old Martha, and 1 am sure she is siiliicient chaperon in herself. Any way, she has got to bo, for I don't mean lo ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST: STEEL BALLOONS. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 17 December 1914

LATEST: STEEL BALLOONS. One of the drawbacks, If not the chief drawback to the average bal loon or dirigible has been the fact that, however well-made, the gas bags leak. Mr. Meivin Vaniman, who was connected with an attempt to cross the Atlantic in an airship some time ago, has invented a cloth which he claims to be fifty times stronger than any now in use. Jt is made of steel wire drawn as fine as linen thread, and woven so closely as to be able to hold hydro gen. The new cloth is coated on the inside with a mixture of gum which never dries, something like that used in the inside of motor tyres to keep them from leaking when punctured. Thorough tests have been made and It has been found that there is ab solutely no leakage. /This new cloth will be an inestim able boon to_those who fancy the dirigible balloon. A balloon made of this fabric can stay in the clouds for a j'ear, if necessary. No wind that ever blew can destroy the steel cloth, according to Mr. Vaniman. It is pos sible,...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 17 December 1914

NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS. By Harry Lauder. Resolution — firmness, detennina tion, constancy, and fixed nurpuse; that is the meaning of the word, ac cording to the dictionary. Hut the man who eat down and wrote thai meaning didn't know his business, or lie forgot what puir weak bodies we are. Resolution-—to make up your mind to do something ytni ought *o do, which you say you'll do, but which yen know perfectly well you don't, in tend to do. Isn't that the meaning of resolution most of us understand about, this time of the year? With a digestion all wrong and a tongue as furry as a badger's back, owing to overdoses of, poultry, pud ding, whisky and cigars, we solemnly vow to gie it all up, live the simple life, start on New Year's Day to save the money wc hitherto spent on to bacco and drink, and buy our sweet hearts and wives all the pretty things they want. What a beautiful dream! I kenned a man once that was jusL aboot as ord'nar' a man as ye micht meet ony day. But at New Year time h...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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LEAGUE OF THE LEFT-HANDED. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 17 December 1914

uEAGUE OF THE -EFT-HANDED. There is an organisation in New York comprised exclusively ot fat men, with a ]jrerfuIe111, anil committee duly elect pil, and now there Is a prospect of an organisation limited to left-handed li<-ujil". or "south paws" us ll'.ey are Often railed in the United States One afternoon recently left-handed persons, by s;n>cia: request attended a service m I he Orange Methodist Church, New Jersey, and heard irom the Rev Dr. U'llliani Frve, the pastor, who is hir.'i self left-handed, that all "south paws" are ge;ilns-:;s Or. Frye preached fron? the text, "Hut when the children o Israel cried unto the Lord, the Lor raised Itiem up a deliverer, Ehud, th son ot Cera, a IJenjamlnile, a nian lei handed. ".Most great geniuses, thouf not all,' said the pastor, "are le handed. There is a real reason ) it. The reason that people are rig handed Is that the left lobe or brain Is more developed There I distinct advantage in having the rl lobe of the Drain more ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ODDITIES OF WORLD'S BIG MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 17 December 1914

ODDITIES OF WORLD'S BIG MEN. 1 Such was the attitude of Julius I Caosar toward tobacco that not one ! cigarette was smoked in Rome during his entire lifetime. Abraham Lincoln would never set loot in nn automobile. ; Napoleon Bonaparte would not have a telephone in his house. I So great was his dislike for electri- | cal contrivances of all sorts that (..corso Washington would not even use the: telegraph to transmit news of the Yor!;lown victory to Congress Nero, fond as lie was of music, re fused (o allow a phonograph or self playing piano to he brought into Italy daring his Ions reign Throughout his two years Methuse lah ronId never master the ICnglisli language. Christopher Columbus pointedly omitted all mention of rtooseveli's name in his report of famous Anvri : cans he hail met Nor could lip lie in duced to visit New York He: They sav that the face is an index of the mind. She: 1 don't know. It doesn'i fol low because a woman's face is nude up" that her mind is Those who are ho...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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LOYAL FOSTER LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 17 December 1914

LOYAL FOSTER LODGE. At a. summoned meeting of the •above lodge held on .Monday evening last, the annual balance-sheet and re port were presented by the .secretary (Bro. II. -B. M'Lciuiun}, showing the order to be in a sound financial posi-_ Lion. The management £uiul having a . credit balance of £12, while the sick and funeral fund totalled £iS5"j. Dur ing the progress o£ business D.G M.. Bio. Valli and P G's. Bro;. Weston, and Jou M'Brida gave an account of their trip.and the business transacted at tlits District Meeting held at Won-' thaggi oil Doc. 2nd. The version o£ -each Bro. proved most interesting and was highly appreciated. Bio Valli, as the D.U.M.. referred to. the rapid advancement the district lodges were* •, making an-i the fine treatment the delegates had received from members, of the Wontiiaggi lo'tlgs. lie impressed upon the lo.M! lodge the necessity of the purple doga-o being given to thoso past grands who have not had it con ferred upon them, and as the Pistricfc O...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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RECIPES FROM "THE LAND O[?] CAKES." [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 17 December 1914

RECIPES FROM "THE.LAND O' CAKES." Scotch Buns — Take one break fast-cupful and a half ot flour, and rub into it a quarter of a pound of drip ping or butter and" half a teaspoonfu! ot baking-powder. Mix it to ~a* firm paste with a little cold water, and roll it out into a thin sheet Grease the inside of a cake-tin, and line it neat ly with the paste, reserving a piece of the tin for the top of the bun Now put together in a large basin one pound of flour, half a pound of brown sugar, two pounds of large raisins stoned and chopped, two pounds or currants which have been well wash ed in cold water and rubbed dry, a quarter of a pound of orange peel, two ounces of citron, a quarter of a pound of almonds, blanched and split, half an ounce of .ground ginger, half an ounce of ground cinnamon, half a teaspoonfui of pepper, one small tea spoonful of carbonate of soda, one teaspoonfui of cream of tartar, and' one breakfast-cupful of milk, or just as much as barely moistens it all. Mix all thes...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 17 December 1914

Following are the saoros in the tennis, match played at Bminidoiii on Saturday hist:— Bonnison-P.F. Foster. Soderhmd, Fitz 8—i Morton, fiico Dark, -Pliiipott • 3—8 '• Morton, Rioo" Uaker, Cripps 4—8 Dillon, Shaw Dark, Piiilpoit 6— 3 Dillon, Shaw Baker, Cripps 6—3 Morton Kice Soderlund, i'itz 8—4. Cluilmers.Stewarfc, Bnker, Oripps 5—15 Chalmc-rs,Stewart. Soderlund, £itz 8—3 Shaw, Dillou - Dark, Philpott 5-8 Chalmers, Stewart | Total games 53—6G j Toora wero succossittl, after an exciting I contbst, against their opponents, Welsh [ pool, winning by 2 /times. Scores— , Toora. / Welshpool. I Blanton, Makehum li-rl Growsp.Outwia Fret\vell, lieiliiigs' li—2-Growso, Outwin. Fietwell, Rollings 3—12 Warren, Cock Blaritoi:, Make ham 8—12 Warren, Cock • ' ■ ■ ■ '■ .Total games 3D—33 ?3°vivei'

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 17 December 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Tripe and Or.'.ons — Rnuiren One I pound of tripe, (our large or:o»s. 0:1 1 | Pint of milk, half a ubSespooa:':;. o: j Hour, salt and pe;j:)or. F:rf: olaiu-;: tiio tripe, that is put it in a w-;-h cold water to cover !t; l»r:n£t :: to the boil, let i: cook for ^ m:::u*.e or i two, then throw the water away Next I tut the tripe ir.to r.eat, oblons: pieces. , and peei and slice the onions Put both into a pan with the miik nr.:! let them cook gently for two tour#, or more, adding a little more mtik, If necessary Then mix the flour smooth ly with a little cold milk, and when the tripe is tender pour the thicken rag into the sauce Let !t boil weJ until it has thickened, then season !'. carefully to taste with pepper and salt Arrange the tripe neatly on a hot dish, and pour the sauce over. Stewed Beef Kidneys with Toma toes.—Required: One and a half pounds of kidney, two tablespoonfuls of flour, one teaspoonful or salt, a quarter of a teaspoonful or pepper, one tablespoon...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 17 December 1914

FIXTURES. Dec. 19—Welshpool v. Bennison. Fish. Creek v. Xoora. Foster u bye. . Tho linal meeting for the year .of; the Tooni Mechanics' ccmmiUeo waa heli) on .Monday evening, ^presided : over by Mr \Y\ Warnor (president). The business sheet contained . but few. items;. Mr Kooney's oil'er to repair n; number '* of chairs at 1/ erich .was, accepted. Sir Gus. Warner generous ly offered to put a new lloor in tlio. . buck porch, 011 condition thut. the. tim-- - ber was supplied^ and the- offer was. accepted. .'1 ho committee decided not. - to entertain an oiler from Air T.,S. Sheppard, for use of block of. land ad joining the hall, on certain conditions.. Comment was made on the splendid, work of the ladies in conneclion >with the recent bazaar, and it \v'4s decided, to forward n letter to the ladies com mittee, congratulating th<||ii on the success achieved; and' thanking them for their assistance. Accounts passed foi- paymentsamounted to £10 ISs lid. The annual fleeting A...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fiction. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 17 December 1914

Fiction. "Why do fairy stories end "Tliey were married ami lived happy ever after".'" "Why," replied Mrs. Flimgilt, "bo cause they are fairy stories " Lady: Could you possibly liavo res rued your friend who was captured by cannibals? African Traveller: Unfortunately t.ot. When I arrived lie was already scratched olT the menu. He who dances must pay (he piper. Also tin; cabman, the llorist, and then some more. Shopkeeper: Ah! you are the man I'oliody likes to see. Tax Collecior: Now. that's strange. I am generally asked to call again. He whci.e study is anions the s'ta dows and lights of nature has an .in suspected coal of mail defending him anion?: all the turmoil. i The Manauer of the Company (just arrived at die lodgings): Isn't then something startling we could do in this town of yours—something or dinal !hal would get talked about anil catch the crowds? Landlady: Well, von might try pav ing for voiir lodgings III adi'anii' flibbs: I suppose your brother stut ters as badly ar- ev...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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THE STRATEGY OF MADGE I. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 17 December 1914

THE STRATEGY OF MADGE L There was no shirking tbo fact. Tie great financial house o£ Langholme and Langholme was in a most criti cal position. For a generation the firm had been considered one of the most stable in the city, and as safe as the Bank of England itself. And this -was actually the case until, dur ing the last five years, a succession of disasters bad ' overtaken tliem. These losses were not due to any blunders on the part of Philip Lang holme, or his son Cyril, who now com prised the concern; but were the out come of the active hostility of the rival house of S. and B. Quadstein. Ever since Philip Langholme and Samuel Quadstein, both of whom ■were widowers, began to woo the beautiful Lady Wyllace half-a-dozen years back, Quadstein had sought to injure the stability, of the Langholme business. Nor was this hatred lessened when the lady became engaged . to Lang holme. She died before the wedding day, and one would have thought that this would d^ave- quelled the Jew's rage...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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A Fable. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 17 December 1914

A Fable. Talking or critics recently, Mr. Ben nett, tin: iiuilior of "Milestones," said that, onco upon a time I hern was a man wlio wrote, after ten years' labor, h humorous novel. It was a masterpiece, but tho critics said that it lacked the essential grip of tracedy So the author visited a mam Irian. "I can write humorously." ho paid. "Dill I want to bo able to write tra gically." The magician produced a crystal phial or liquid "Drink this," tie said. Tlio young man drank tho liquid, and alter ten more years ho produced a tragic inaslerpicce. Bill the critics now said that liis hook was depress ing, Hull It. lacked all those aniusinc touches that had made his first book a success. So the author went to call on tile magician again. "What do you want now?" asked the magician. "Yon have tho gift of humor and the gift or tragedy." "I want lo pleaso the critics," said the author. "Ah!" said tho magician, and he produced another phial. "Drink this,: and you will have all the critics at...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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II. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 17 December 1914

I Early that afternoon Cyril Lang holme strolled intp the smoking-room of the Elite Club. In the far corner Marmaduke Wrangley was lounging in a divan chair, smoking a cigar and playing with his glass of wliisky. When near his friend, Cyril paused to study him for a moment. It was as though he saw the man with new eyes. In his friendship lie had been blind, for the man carried about him all the signs of the adventurer about town, a type which Cyril knew full weli. Wranglev's face was weak and careworn, and his whole attitude lax. The young financier grew angry. If it should prove to be his friend that had betrayed him, he would know haw to deal with him. He strode up to the man. "Halloa, Langholnie, old man! ex rhimcd Wrangley, suddenly looking up as Cyril reached him. "Notliin' doin' to keep you goin' in the city to day?" He held out his hand. The flabby grip now disgusted Cyril. Why had lie not noticed it before? It would have been a warning in the case of a stranger. "Thought I'd...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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PEACE. A CHRISTMAS STORYETTE, (Copyright.) [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 17 December 1914

P EAC E. A CHRISTMAS STORYETTE, By FRANK U. SIIAW, (Copyright.) )!:in'acloii;,'h shbok hands cordially enough witli the crifcor, excited pas sengers, rind listened to tlieir some what torrential thanks with a. pity ing smile. "Von fetched lis np-ehiuiiiol in stun ning style, skipper," said Drysdale, the lioy-nian, who had talked of 110 >!iiii^ 1 >111. Christmas at home ever since the "Jlyamlws" had crossed the "iine." "Jove! but. there wore times when :nv lilocxl fairly crawled: re member when yon pulled her out from under that liner's bows by the short tiaii'o? It's owin- to you that we'll he home in time, for Christmas." "No, owim: to the owners. Th"y sehednled the ship to reach port on the evening of the "Kb. and sho'.s here a.:.; per agreement." "Look here, it meant a lot to me— bein;; home for Christinas. Probably it will be the last can juv maLer will ever see, and if we'd been l:ite she might have broken her heart. What are you going to do? Spend the time Willi us, won'...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 17 December 1914

.. „: of live Patriotic Fund. £100 t :;i rPRIZES. '= O0 8lTfillUAL .ports Carnival •>: TOOK A Recrcniioa. 1 Jtscrve. bgxiITgIay, ; «;T8S3»T. DEOEffiBia 28 ISM.: K> ^Tonfs ran under L.V.W. Uu'Ipp. ■ i Kvcat. Horse Trot, to start at 1?.30. > I! 0 G IS A M M l: JJi-T ! "vents wt'Mlor Ti.V.W.' IJuk'S... iMvc-jifc, Horso Trot, to start at 12.;50p;:.i. ■: V.na? to be rim on Xnwis. jOcce::>bcr »«!». ■ : > T-'~tvrt punctually at 4.30>jmii.',, . • t*?.! «g ;sH'; -sc.'-muos. Trow . terrain ic T,oova: . -Limit-'scan lo .v.vjui's' Yr.rvain -Hotel 4.33 — 1st £10; 2nd £D." 3rd • £1. •>IJ racial for fast??'. liinc. is, accept. Cs. , 'i'rot, of .£4, 1 >,» :p:ie!.v—1st.. 2,kI SI. Entry Ms. intry (dav of s;io~»ts) .-:!iiiVir Hlork fof .1 sr. £11, .V.ii x'l I'Js, t!ril 10s. 50 Ir.oh ■ • 'ac'ibult logs. Npui. Sfi,' accept. Ohoj*. of £15.—1st £10, ..:;d .£3, 3r:Vi2, PC inch b!:ioki:u;.L Now. 5s, accept, as. • .:-.i Sheffield' Handicap, of 210.-— ...t. XS, 2nd XI jOs, 3rd 3 0s. 4s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 17 December 1914

QUEENSLAND, ARMS for LEASE and SALE. IHE coming Dairying- Centre, JL handy to Brisbane and all liodern conveniences. Carry a cow to the acre all the year round. Per manent running streams; temperate •:limate; equable rainfall. No !>rackon fern ; no bush fires. Good train and ■oimI oorvice. Liberal terms to suit lients. Also fruit and pineapple farms. I invite correspondence. Alex. S. Douglas, COOROY, N.C. Line, Queensland. MONEY. Why pay 5 per cent. f CAS li'iiJ ymi plerity.if ->A ;h'c coni. •it :i most i o-is (11)'I lil t' C'>t, 1 l(nil m) SECOND MOK'L'liAGE ami iutcrusts under Wills. All comiinuiimuiiiiit strict I}' con txlcivti;1.!. DAWSON SMITH, Motropolo Arcade, 377 Bourku-st., MELBOURNE IMPORTANT TO Farmers of Gippsland and District. LYALL AND SON, £a$h Chaff, Grain & Flour Stores SEED & OAT MERCHANTS, VICTORIA MARKETS, MELBOURNE '."luur. Flour, Flou-—tiest roller Town and Country brands. Iran. Bran I'ollaid, Pollard Jest 1A Sugar White IJose Kerosene ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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M.U.I.O.O.F. Lodge. SOUTH GIPPSLAND DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 17 December 1914

I}•' M.U l/6;dvFJ rLoti5?e['V. i J c »\ * j | SOTjriI 01 ITS LAN D D1 TWCr. • v -Hie nniuiiti meeting of the South- : Gippshuul M.U.I.0.0.P.. was Iicltl in. tlij Metiiodist Clmrcli, Wonthaggi, on '\Vecinnsclny, Doc. 2nd, when ttie t'oi— . lowing otlieetT, unci delegates wove pie sen t:— D.U.M. Bio. Brumley, D.DV •GaM. Bro. Valli, J).S. Bro.Watson:;. District Otlieers—(Colliery -Xejlgo)-^ * t'.U's. Bros, l'uny, Coi'bottj William son ; (Leongntli.v)—P.G's. .Bros. Ore-. gocy, Mathers, Nelson.; \Jumbuuna)-— i.Ufs. Pros. Mathiesw, j Out turn—'P.G's. Bros. itoadley and Blan ehard ; Foster—P.U's. Bros. -Westou u:ul Joe M'Bride; Wonthugyi—P.U s. Bios Williams and Littlewood : Mir ; boo were ' riotrepresented. •• 'After-, a.: considerable amount of business of a. routine nature the election of- District... Officers (or the ensuing year took place as follows :—-District G.M., Bi o. Viilli D.D.G.M., Bio. P.-ury ; 0.*-'., Bio. AVntson; Delegn.Ua to the A M.G., to be held ntAViiugarratt-a iii Ma...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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THE MIRROR. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE SOUTH GIPPSLAND SHIRE MAIL. THURSDAY, DEC. 17, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 17 December 1914

AJTJl WHICH IS I.NUor.l'tlUATKh THK SUl'Tll CiriSl.ANl" SlllIlE MAIt.. THURSDAY, DEO. 17, 1914. What and where to buy your gifts in' Xmas. is often a problem to many which can easily bo solved this year by shopping i'.t Every'a. A glance at Mr Every's advertisement in this issue will probably give tin' idea, but neces; sarily this is- only an outline of the many beautiful articles suitable for presentation in slock. Uo iii and sec for yourself. Pin.s.-—Mr. D- \V. Wilton, Foster, in conjunction with Mr It. Thomas, will forward this next liuck of pigs to Messrs Mcl'hail l!ios. and Co., of Mel bourne, on Tuesday, J-au. 5, picking up at I[odd!e. Clients are requested to book curly. Matliiesoiv and Davis'desire to state that a good yarding of fat cows and bull cks are listed for their next sale at Foster, and that the buyer unable to attend fheir last sale as stated, will bo present on the loth. Clarke and Co. for the their Foster market 0:1 Friday (toin v.row) have ■109 crow-bred shot-]...

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