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A GENTLE HINT. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 January 1914

A GENTLE HINT. An old fisherman on tho first of every month when salmon was in sea son used to take a splendid specimen to a gentleman who always gavo him n tip. One morning the gentleman was very busy, and when tho old man brought tho fish ho thanked him hur riedly and, forgetting hia tip, bent over his desk again. Tho old man hes itated a moment, and then cleared his throat. "Sir," ho said, "would yo be so kind as to put it iu writin' that ye didn't give mo no tip this time, or my wife'l! think I've gono at.d spent it on ruin Marcolla: Percival blushes every tim? ho opens his wat-ch. Waverley: I'll bofc there is a. wennni in tho caso. "My dear, when you tell me that you've disposed of thousands of acres "in this country at five shillings an acre, I say that you'ro romancing." _ "N'ot at all. Five shillings per 'acher.' I'm a dentist, you know." Eloetor: Do you think a woman should get the wages cf a man? Candidate: It depends on whether slio is married to him or not. It's tough lu...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AS YOU'RE PASSING. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 January 1914

AS YOU'RE PASSING. TVhen the sky is,.dark and dreary, And your heart and hands are weary Lauiiti a little. smilo n little, Just tn chaso the clouds away. When you think your friends all fai' you, And you cannot toll what ails yon Tjitittrii ;i little, smile a littlo, Just to cluiso the blues away. I'Vettinp; never helps you any, Bo your troubles fow or many; Lau</,h u little, smilo a little, Just io chase dull thoughts away You'll lie bet tor, sister, brother, Rave more love for one another, Tf you lau^h and smilo a littlo As you're passing on your way. ".Vow that your boys have pone away to school and your daughters have cot married, I suppose you find it rather dismal around home, don't you, Mr Cadcerley ?" "Well, it's not as bad as it miclit lie. 'When I he;;in earvint* at dinner no-.v I always know that it will he rrv turn to eat before everything is so cold that it is tasfelr.-j."

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
South Gippsland Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 January 1914

South Gippslantl kace Club. Tlie annual m< eting of 1 lie above club was held lUtho Kxehange hotel on Saturihy night last when the fol lowing attended .'-Mesttr*. I). W. Wiilon ([ires-ident) in the c 1 iair, C'has .Winchester, .1. Sparkes, O Jenes, . II. Shaw, L\ Deveney, -I. Slicnin, I'. Fisher, A. E. Dickson, [I. C, Hodgson, and the .secretary ((]. Morton). l'ho ininutis of tin: last annual meeting weie row I by the secretary atl.1 Cuti(i? ine'l oil the nio ion of M-.'.-srs O. J ones .'iinl C. Winch, .s'er. A fctau nn lit, as produced by the Ubt sicrotaiy was placed before the tin etini;, showing a (It bit balance of £1 1 Is. lid, WHS received. An am Hint of £1 included in this ikbit being lecentiy collected leaves the anion lit £ 1 0 Is. 1 1 ii. Tlje ininut'H ? f I lit* inc.-tliiiz lu.*i<I on Satmdiy, Hitli inst , liriiij,' conlii mnl ciri the iiioli'fti of llcwii i''i11< r and Di-veney, the election of <>Hii'n for tbi! ensiling inci...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Toora Court of Petty Sessions. THURSDAY, JANUARY 15. (Before Mr Cohen, P.M., and Messrs W.E. Warner, and Jas. Allan, J's.P.) DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 January 1914

IU--- i """'; Toora Court of Petty Sessions. .THURSDAY, JANUARY 1T>. ^Before Mr Cohen, P.M., and Mi-.ssrs W.-E- Warner, and .las. Allan, J's.P.) DEBT. ,Mark AYnrd v. R Molloy, .claim for .amount due 011 promissory note. An order was made for the amount X7 'la 2d- with 2Gs costs. DIIUNK Dati. Barry was presented on a cliarge. of being; drunk and disorderly 011 f>lli Jan. lait. Accused pleaded guilty and was lined 5s,. in default 2-1 hours imprison nent. CLAIM FOR nESTIiOCTIO.V OP 8HKKP BY DOGS. Arthur James Gregory, Welshpool, proceeded against J. II. Robinson for ?the recovery, of £21 18s, equivalent to the value of 21 sheep and 3 lambs, .destroyed by defendant's dogs in June last. Mr Skimier appeared for complain - aut and defendant did not appear, as " the summons had not been served. In .connection with this arguments arose between the P.M. and counsel for complainant, who proved to the Bench that defendant had evaded service of summons, and the case was gone on .with. In o...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Trout in The Tarwin. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 January 1914

Trout in The Tarwin. (BY AN ARDENT ANGLER.) The life of the Angler is sup posed to bo made up entirely of two phases-fishing and wanting to be fishing. Our party con sisted of an " Ancient Angler " known as " Father." a keen and ' good " old sport " ; " the "Major," j a city man who has fished in " many waters " ; the " Boy," an I invaluable local product, who! knows all the "spots-'; and | "A.A.," otherwise Andrew Alhs-i ter, "a stranger in these parts," J who is | " A chiol iimonu ye takin' notes, | An' faitli ho'll print cm.'' i Arriving at a fixed upon spot, ! on the upper reaches of the Tar win, we found the river rather low, and the waver somewhat clear for '' good fishing." We did not expect to do much until to wards evening, but the spirit of "wanting to bo fishing" caused us to get down to business. So that the "Boy" could try his hand, "Father'' rigged him up with a spare green heart rod, reel j line, cast and fly complete, with J an extra fly to stick in his hat. | After ...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 January 1914

OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. OUR GOODS ARE RIGHT. We sell the BIGGEST AND BEST QUALITY PAPER SCHOOL BAGS, AM. THICKS In stock rill TEXT HOOKS required. Pens, Ink, Pencils, Slates, Plasticine Killers, Set Squares, Protractors, Paints, Brushes, School Papers, Etc., Etc. F, W. CHEMIST, OPTICIAN and STATION EK, o- FOSTER. -o Gippsland Co-operative Bacon Company. y H AIiKHOLWiRS lnu iny pigs tliey ^ wish to f;i!t away are untitled that the next truck will load at Foster on TH I' USD AY, JAN. 2!». and fortnight ly afterwM'ds) picking up at Fish Crec-k, S'.ony Creek Mecniyan. !SimrelHild;.'r.i are in structed to give a wock'.s notice when booking. Oil Thursday, Feb. nth, a truck will load at Alberton, picking up at \W;I^Upool and Toora. (and fortnightly afterwards), 1J. .). DAIIK, Ijuoii^hi h i. Dr. H. Campbell Wilson May bo consulted at his residence, Main Street, Foster. Welshpool every Thursday, IAC> til! 2.:iU p.m. Tu.uu, .Mondays and Thursdays, ;i. 10 till 4 p.m. Fish CYrek, Thursday;), S...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW YORK FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 January 1914

NEW YORK FARMERS. j A list ill' lecture.- and amusements 11:11111 .1 . 1 to a Western man who i coil i' III' 1 11! a k .> up his mind where lie } u..111. i! in ^o. Presently li»- rtuitl: "Great N;oit ! Whore am 1 ( Is tins N,.-.v Viiik or Kansas? I'ore are Un co i .etuivs nil fa i min;i advertised lor jtext ] ; "JMI-B I.1HJ Ii-.iauil L l.il JU in;;, anyhow." Ho wont. Afterward In: said : "Why are New Yorliors intt'i'ftic<l in i^ricnlt n ie ? I have heard lectures <m farming iu every .State iu tIn- Union, but nowhere have X seen .such lai'i;-.! imliences as in tliift city. What is i-!iu jxpJanation 'i Are those people i-i .ountrymen who still re.-pond to tin j lure of farm life, or are ihv.v city bred I .''naps whose farm life is in the future:* i "There were women, too. Weie Ukm | ..ounfry exiles, or lite promised wive., j if prospective fanners;'' Whoever the I ! .indience came from they were the nm.-t | ! attentive I have seen anywhere and : j pestered the...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEMBERS OF DIAMOND CLUB EVIDENCE IN PEARL CASE [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 January 1914

MEMBERS OF DIAMOND CLUB EVIDENCE IX PEARL CAHI Evidence was given at the Old Bailey yesterday by a postman named Neville, who delivered the rcgI.sti.Ted package which should have contained the £1,'55,000 pearl necklace, concern ing the theft of which James Lockett, Joseph Grizzard, Simon Silverman, and Leisir Gutwirth are on their trial (reports the "Daiiy Express" of No vember 211). Neville was called by Mr. Valctta. who appeared for Silverman. "I delivered the parcel intact," he said. "I would not swear it was the one. but it was very similar to it. I have delivered many parcels of that descript ion." .Mr. Valetta: Weiv you alone on j that occasion?-XV; I had a bat; car-, j ri»T. | I in you know any of these men: - 1 know Gutwirth and Silverman, j !>iil yon hav anything to say to these r.vo men when vuu were oil your mum! ?.-No, sir. j M'TVMIL IX HIS V.OX : I v you iviii.'iiilnr if you delivered any parcel to Silverman's oliK'eV-1 . put a 1 . . t ter in his i Y'Uj did u-'t see ...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A GOOD WORD FOR TEA AT LAST [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 January 1914

I ; ; A COOD WORD FOR TEA AT LAST, I ! Writ in- .m '' i I:a mil, ... iiovoraucF j I in their l!>'!atin:i to !tc:iUii,': Dr. N. : j York,'-l>:l vie.- .-.IV-. :i (IKIcll-fif. ?<!..«" I L'nnd word lor ti'.l. l-'l!',-.; anions tin ; ! "Il;lnill.'-.s Ill' places lvafer. | tli<>tie,h. unlcv-s pure, it is tin- most j j h ;i l-l 111' u 1 u!' ;i: ? \ . Si i mid eoine* tea, ; | "tin- inn-; !>.?::i?!ii ia! nf .ill'"' hovcni-e;. i I of \\ 11ii? ii water fornix tlii' ^iroatoi j I part. " i "Tea -ri'iiii- to fill m'u:o want iii th< | j ''system that n.'i other bcvr-rayo can! ! s;itisfv. Tin' aetive principle of ton. j I uiiicli is known ;is theine, is ;t yower | fill stimulant to the iicnolii; system, j i but, unlike alcohol, it docs 110 harm; | i indeed, it i.s a Milan- ami comfort to | | millions, and every sticceedii!- year tea I i;nr.vs__iii. .,^ndarity and favor, i am J ,i i . - A 1,1 llil '-s U111VI-'1'S;1-) I 'iiTrM-idoiu" that i>foi>lu wi...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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RALPH WALDO TRINE [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 January 1914

RALPH WALDO TRINE Seme interesting particulars of the career of .Mr Italph. Waldo Trine, whose books arc well known in this country, arc supplied by tile "Chris tian Commonwealth." Born at Mount Morris, in Illinois, in lSO'j, the author of the "I.ifc iio'iks" had to face a great many hardships In early life. Before lie could begin the cour.se of study at Carthago College, on which ho had set his heart, Mr Trine had to cam sufficient money in his native village by chopping wood and doing similar work. White at college Sir Trine supported himself by private tutorial work, and after leaving found various employ ments both industrial and intellectual; teaching, lecturing, and newspaper work has been varied by manual labor and even some spells of unemployment. Mr Trino does most of his writing; out of doors, and loves to work in the fields. Ho lives on a farm of some six ty acres in extent up among the Win chester hills, an hour's ride north of New York City, with a fine view for twenty-...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A PLEA FOR GENTLE SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 January 1914

A PLEA FOP! GENTLE SPEECH- | | _M|.. ('..liicr, in ;ni adtnii'.iW. ' ! I-:',.TV ;;i 11 will i>'\ | IIV;- it-i'll' ill lnilj;U- ! I ..... "i , u in.iv l:n..v, much ol a man':- j j ? ?,,.!? In* nu-t!i!imi to his wmvrwi- j ] ; 'I (,.*. \ ;iin mini m-nami'iits. hi- I ,? 11. ||., 5 hi;; wonl-. in ]ii'c-ti.'reliCL' to j | i i|.. ,111. ^. l!i' only v.;iv to avoid j j . 111.. .irii v ui >jn?. i? h mill wi'itui;: is to hi' j | , n.\t : in", . i- t.i juujjk- i-vmilf J 111L-; M'M can > "n l > I; 1111 to thorn v. hat .mi ,1 , i 111 i Mil.In :? I a ii'l youi'.-.-ll'; m.v.i I ., it-v in en rr up a iaclc oi itK-ars with ; ;i;- ,,l i'. up is. 11 is only hard t>. | |,( :i[i|<. Iii lii'vi' in Mni|.liritv ..I ! ; 11 .( i|i 1 ui' till' l'ia>iin thai tln'V Ul> ' : 11mi th'' li.'tiii'lat ion ni -is11pIiuity ul j I i|iirtll, vi/.., silr|>llrllY ul 111L-. I

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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MAKING SOLDIERS [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 January 1914

MAKING SOLDIERS ^p^aking .'it a. dinner given in his honor by the Society of Authors in Tvo;u1on 011 November '11, Firld-Mar shal .Lord Roberts touched upon the necessity for having men trained for the field. They could not be trusted. lie said, no matter what their courage might be. to tight an enemy unless they were trained. He could give them ninny instances of what could be done by a very few trained soldiers, men who believed in their own skill with their arms ami who trusted their comrades alongside thmi or even at great dis tances apart. Fighting nowadays was a different tiling from what it was even in tho days of the Crimean "War, the Indian Mutiny, or the; Peninsular War. 'J1 ho first battle he was at was at Delhi. At'that time they were in close order, touching each other in fact. Tho non commissioned oiiieers and men were shoulder to shoulder, and the firing commenced, as at Waterloo, at -10 or HO yards distance. On the Heights of Abraham, Wolfe did not give the word unti...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADVICE FROM AN OLD LADY OF 106. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 January 1914

ADVICE FROM AN OLD LADY OF j 106. ; i Ivinjj: George V. i-an hoa>t of an oM- ; a^'.« pensioner who hr.s broken every | authentic old-a^e record. lior n;ui!o is | I Mrs. Kebecca Clark. .She lives at Hi^h ! ! Road, WockI Green, a small En^h^h j village. I lor age ij. 100. j I When recently interviewed Mrs. C'lnrk i oifered this suggestion fur those who [would live lou^ and retain their facul jties. "Go to bed early, got up early, work hard, be contented, and make the j best of things." A inctio which, she i )st;ite.i, was handed do\, n by hei mother, *nd whl<*h she considers an admirable 3iie for Uventieth century use is this : "Mv daughter, you keep things clean inside the house, and let Your man keep the outside painted. That'* the sort of j .vife a man wants." Which, beiny in-| Lerpreted by Mrs. Chirk, means: "A j .voman's duty lies within the homo, j md she should not bother about, what ! 500s on outside.''' j ll.sh lodgiiiR-houses is <>sle<M...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PAVEMENT ARTIST [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 January 1914

PAVEMENT ARTIST The influence v>f M. Loon Rakst, who designed the costumes and sccntTv for tile 'Russian 1 .111 o L and has <li>visirl the c*!ist\.iiii»'s and c 'loj' s'.-hotm-s I'm* tho n«»w revile at the London llippodrom\ h;i.s made itself ftrlt in the ease of at leant one London pavement artist (say.s the "Daily Mail."). lie exhibits in a by-street off 1>eli;nivia, and up to the present has always worked in bla.'k and write, with an occasional toiieh of urev for backgrounds. ilis ne st personal work. "Fish on a Plate," has boon attained through the medium of a bleak white and a earhon black. Bui recently regular passers-by have not iced with surprise vivid splashes of color in the centre of his gallery, in his diploma MORS. "Yus," he explained to an inquirer: "yus, it 'ad to be. Everyone's for bright colors now. I've bin noticin* it meself for some time past, but it was a reix'lnr client o' mine, one thent's ready with 'is penny an* that's an in door artis wi...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LIFE OF A SINGER. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 January 1914

THE LIFE OF A SINGER. Madmno Clara Butt writes 011 "Mj ulto as a Singer. She was decidedly not- an ini'ant prodigy, sho says. Not l.i)J slit) ivas 1'ourieen did her mother soui her to learn tin* rudiments 01 :iinu,iii^, which she did not pai ticuJarly .?njuy. |) i ? I' J): IJ) because J1 o r teacher, fill ed uilh a snptauii mice hciseii, could not realise lli.it hor pupil 111i;'J11 lioi be .1 soprano, .'!) <1 yi i 11: i: ?! 1 [ |l;ilt! ;i iniii' hei>eil, could no, ieai.se ilial her pupil mi:_»lil nut In- a .-opraiiu, and yet II11l;f! ( have a voice. .-oolaa.o Clara Him ,viy> .sin- often ui.'ial. is why she is a -an;;, i, and Imv. - ;i:. b-iaim o:.e. Cor el iv.i.n.v hi li.-i-i^ :i -....oini.l I'a111 ; iiiiumh ;-ile d'i I I I: i., U flow L'ood It Uollill In 10 liiav, !.'k" Mm ir.uvu 11 ill. I'!\ i n i;!.a slm i hinl; . -lie li.is ;i ally "Do ip>t !,:]? ali.oinrat i. i.; t :J .: i . ?,'' fay Madame (.'I I: a I 11. "th.:! I am nol ! j loud ol .-.in?;;ii:.'. jii>t ...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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IMITATION GEMS [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 January 1914

IMITATION GEMS The story of a gentleman who had copies made of certain valuable jewel lery, presented his wife with the copies : ami pawned the real articles, was toirt j in the hearing of a dispute over a nc^K laee of i'l pearls worth .C1S00 In the : King's lleiieli Division yesterday (says I the "Daily News" of November 23). j The ease was described by counsol as one of those unfortunate cases In which the question arose who should suffer the loss incurred in consequence I of the sudden departure of a gentleman | wiio had obtained jewellery for whi<:h lie had not paid. The plaintiffs were ?Messrs Hancock and Company, West Knd jewellers, and the defendants Messrs .1. Attenborougli, pawnbrokers. Damages were claimed for return of the necklace. When the gentleman, whose name wis stated to be I-ance Campbell, got the jewellery, he pawned it, and departed nobody knew where, said Mr Shearman, K.O.. for the plaintiffs. When he de cided to buy the necklace lie owed the plaintif...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]EN'S PART [?]Y THE GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 January 1914

'.WEN'S PART 1Y THE GAMIC. Dr Mar.uarlieb, tlie Harley street specialist Emeu's diseases and con sulting gy.'logist to tlie Koyal Free Hospital, esses in the "Daily Mail" the paper-I by Dr Clave Shaw on "The No. K.u-iur hi Roman's Health" x . Institute of Ilvgien\ I quite :> wiih Pr Shaw, Mrs Seharlieb ; that it is a .meat mis take tor anian t«> !»«. so devoted to sports nruUside interests that she becomes irish., hut. I think lie will find vjr.'w married women nliu neglect theomes for this reason or who keep heir athletics after mar riage. It enerally the young un married w.n wiio is soeking now outlets foij energy. Dr Shavys sport is a bad mar riage and that the sporting girl expoffi-r character, Jtoo .much to the man|ntend that the man should know tlijl's character as thorougn ly as he Jbefore marriage. If sports expose iK.ualitic ?t then let them he i ? 111'i'd. Th*»re > good deal of good in a voting niiad a young moman spend ing tim<3;:thcT in spurts, She ha...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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FOSTER V. TOORA. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 January 1914

FOSTER V. TOORA. Toora will visit Foster on Saturday :nul piny :i mutch against the local club. The visitors' team will bo picked from-Messrs Hodgons, Paul, Scannell, O'Sullivan, Fretwell, l>l;iu tou, Downing and McPhorson. Tho team to represent Fostor will bo as follows :-Smith, Dillon, Shaw, Soderlsnd, M'Lennan and Hodgson.

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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WON IN PARLIAMENT MILAND POLITICIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 January 1914

WOiV IN PARLIAMENT Mir.AND rOr-ITIOIANP. At lV'bmso, the new working women's ?c In Loxliam Harden?, London. man who can write M.P. after lK'imo-a, very womanly woman, v married. likes to he well dressed, takes a keen interest \">i everythi n 'in ini no-is staving- in order to ]y English institutions. Mmo. IIPars.sinen is one of the twenty-O'omen who sit in the Fin nish Parint, and she is thoroughly convinecot they arc in tho right place aia'ig excellent work for their eount'y. Six linen through six general (?tot-!.ions, sat; in parliament side by side 1 iiK'l1 for seven years. As a Socially belongs to by far tho largest ;;of women in tho House a. group lering 1-'i in a total mem bership Co hundred. MAOD WOMEN' M's.I'. About 'nlf of the w>men in our Pai'liamco married. Mme. Farssi 11011 told aily News" interviewer on Novembcand two have families of small el'n. One of my fellow members six little girls and boys at hoinp.vo or three instances hus bands an.e.s both have seats in t...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Foster Mining Syndicate. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 29 January 1914

Foster Mining Syndicate. I A meeting of shnvelioltlors in the i Foster Prospecting and llf:velojunci:t:vl j Mining Syndicate was held i» tlm Me chanics' institute on .Saturday night last when the following attended : .Messrs. R. W. Santley (chair), G. Edwards, .1. A. 1'aniell, H. 1'-. Mac l.eunan, .1. Glavarino, .1. Raker, .1. Anderson, L. Vv illiamson, T-. raw toid, Dr. 'Wilson, and tho .?.retary, I'-. Dickson. The chairman staled thai the meet ing had been called for the purpose of dealing with forfeiture of unpaid .shares. He did not think that those, who had paid up their shares should bear the burden of those who had not done so, as under the present state of things tliey were, in event of satisfac tory results being obtained, just as tm>eh entitled to the same privileges as those who were fully paid up. The matter was open for dismission and he would like to hear ot hers express their opinions. Mr. Daniell, in answer to a request, was told that the manlier of share holders ...

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