The crossed sword and baton worn by a General.
Finished, gone away.
One who spoils a scheme; a spoil sport.
Reinforcements. So called because they have "banded at last," the name of one of Gould's books.
NED KELLY'S BLOOD.
Vin Rouge, red wine.
To, be or borrow.
Reinforcements who were at sea and on their way to the war zone at the time of the Armistice was signed.
A double headed penny ("two-up.")
NO FARVER NO MOVVER.
A catch phrase which implies the remainder of the original expression in "the poor little fellow" copied from begging boys in Eastern places.
NO GOOD TO GUNDY.
Of no advantage, "no good to me."
A vertical drop, nose first (of an aeroplane)
Red gorget tabs worn by Staff Officers.
NOSE WELL DOWN.
In a great hurry.
A short soldier.
A purgative pill; the M.O.'s panacea.
The head; a brainy person; a funny person.