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ENGLAND'S OLDEST BACHELOR. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 March 1915

ENGLAND'S OLDEST BACHELOR. Mr. Robert Crlcliton, England's old est bachelor, has just died at Cat.er ham. Surrey. He was born at Alytl), in Perthshire, in 1812, and was the son of a farmer. Although educntcd for the law, he left his law studies and went to .New South Wales In IS,"!!). There, with his brother, he managed a large cattle and wool farm. The brothers were joined by iheir sister, and entered into a com pact. never to marry, an agreement which none of them broke. Mr. Orichton was a descendant of the famous Admirable Crichton. He played billiards until he was ninety seven years old, was a total abstainer and non-smolter, though he enjoyed a pinch of stuff. It is some twenty vnars since ho returned from Austra lia, and until recently, when his fac ulties began to fail, took a keen in terest in all that went on around him. The fact that a husband is respon sible for the remarks of his wife is an awful thing to contemplate.

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Leongatha Butter and Cheese Factory. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 March 1915

Leongatha Butter and Cheese Factory. Tho hnlf-yoarly mooting of Hliaroholilor.s of tlio ubovo wan hold on Saturday aftonioon, Mr llobt. Watson, chairman of direc tors, presiding. Mr Siithorland, in rolorring to tho auditor's loo. naid that tho ap plication for an inoroaso should ho granted. llo inovod that tho foo lio incroasod by two guineas por yoar. Socondod hy Mr Jan. Black and carriod. I Tho Chairman said that at t.ho last meeting of shareholders a I tnotion wan carried that a refer endum of the shareholders ho hold as to tlio advisability of mincing the qualification of directors from 20 to 10 shares. This question was submitted to the company's solicitor, who stated that, such referendum was not valid. DikKt'Tons' nioroit'i'. The prolit for tho period under review is JCIC.^D 10s Sd, which, with the amount, brought lorward) makes a total of £2U)(> 7s 3d to the credit of prolit and loss ac count. \Ve recommend that, this amount, he carried lorward. As usual, depreciation wil...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A CLEVER SWINDLING DEVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 March 1915

A CLEVER SWINDLING DEVICE. A clever device was Invented by a pair of 'cute Yankee scoundrels for swindling a well-known jeweller. The pair engaged apartments at one of the most fashionable hotels, and one day strolled in together to the jeweller's shop to make some purchases. The man of business was all affabilHy, for the Americans bore all the evidences of men of wealth, but dually, after much inspection and examination, de cided on the purchase of a case of jewels to the value of close on £700. They asked that the case, a hand some one in dark brown leather, should be tied up and sealed in their presence, and that it should be sent next day to their hotel, when they would pay the bill and receive the jewels. Accordingly it was done. The jew eller's confidential clerk arrived at the hotel, was shown up to the Americans' room, and was there by one of them, wiio asked him to be seated pending the arrival of the other. The ::lerk did slot notice at the time that his back was quite clo...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Drowning Fatality. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 March 1915

Drowning Fatality. A gloom was cast ovor Loon gathaon Saturday aftomoon wlion it bocamo known that a High School scholar (Andrew Johnson) had boon accidentally drowned in tho Tarwin Rivor. rlhe following evidonco was givoti at tho mngis torial enquiry conducted hy Senior Constable Evans, before MrKow isli, J.P., on tho 7th instant. Roy Milne, clerk, aged 15 yoars, stated: On tho (itli instant, in oompany with Andrew Johnson and William 1 lardbottle, 1 wont to tho Tarwin Rivor lor the pur pose of fishing. Wo fished lor ahout (luartor-of-an-hour, and then went to tho other side of tho rivori as thoro was a good place for swimming. Wo undressed and wont into the water. Andrew Johnson, who was able to s»vim a fow strokes, wont into the centre of tho stroam, which was up to his armpits. Ho thou went further down stream and began ducking his head under the water, as he was in tho habit of doing, lie did not appear to be in dillicultios, but after ducking his head fivo or six times ho disa...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 March 1915

TO MORROW. It's a beautiful thought for you and for mo, I When tho day has gone wrong, as it sometimes will, ! That to-morrow will bring us another "try," I When the sun comes a-blushing up over the hill! j If we haven't to-day done the thing' wo should, If we've caused some heart disap pointment and sorrow, i What a beautiful thought for you and for me,— That a chnnco to do better will come with the morrow. "Ill some of the provincial thea tres the arrangements and construc tion are absurdly old-fashioned," re- ( marked a conceited actor. "Last j weolt, for instance, I was playing j Hamlet at Seaport. There was an alarm of lire, and it took no less than | ten minutes for tho audience to pass ) through tho doors." "The poor fellow was lame, I aup pose," was the cruel comment. I

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 — 11 March 1915

Chance. Despite the maxims taught, us in childhood, chance is an important factor in human affairs. A man's suc coss or failure may depend upon his happening to l)e In a particular place at a particular moment, or in catch ing a certain train or in missing it. Some people will read this paragraph, others will not. Those who do road it will acquire information , which otuors will 1) without. Life is j a tragedy of cirnimstances. Many people suffer frrni common ailments i such us rheumatism, gout, neuralgia, j lumhago, hacluuhe, sciatica, blood disorders, anaemia, indigestion, bit- ' iousness, jaundice, sick-headache, general debility, gravel, stone or bladder troubles, who do not know I that their suffering may be due to the | retention in the system of uric and biliary poisons. Inellicient action of the kidneys and liver causes such re tention. During the past thirty-five years, treatment of the disorders named by Warner's Safe Cure has proved eminently successful simply because War...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Earning His Stripes. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 March 1915

Earning His Stripes. Full of glory and self-importance, Patrick O'Haggarty swaggered up to p'aiii Constable O'Flnnnagan. "Faith, me bhoy, and it's promoted tliat Oi am," lie said. "Sluire, sergeant," replied O'FIan nagan, placidly, "accidents will hap pen. "Accidents!" exclaimed the ser geant, angrily. "Be jabbers, Oi'll re port ye if yo don't thrate mo with more respect. I'll have you know, me blioy, that I didn't get these stripes for loafing a1)out sthreet-corners." "Faith, and Ol'm agreeing with ye," responded O'Flannngan. "If ye'd got thlm that way, you'd look like a bless ed zebra by now."

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 — 11 March 1915

insure Now. WORKERS' COMPENSATION. Tho I iisitr;inee; OHioe ol'Aostralia Ltd., n^rai „ r. st**', a I lie IFIRE, ACCIDENT, LIVE STOCK AMD HAY STACKS. I.'X'AI. A UK NTS I'lio l:nUr a ml Di.slrii.1 i'u i)|u'i::(ivi; liultor l::ict-.*ry C» I.til. Kuli lrt i.'nlars of all I esili :iin'i-.", nj> <xi A |t|i!i<\'il inn. A. 1^ <k.mi MinmijiT THE FOSTER BAKERY. WHITE BREAD, BROWN BREAD WHOLESOME BREAD M .y I-' at MAIN-ST., FOSTER lHiNT |5K siUUKM WI I*11 I.N'hl <:!•>■ 1'IO.N, l;l"I' IH'V ill It APPETISING BREAD u lih li li a I'iii^-sUu lni;; i rpm ,il inn . UANftUGTS, DANCES, WEDDING AND PICNIC PARTIES O.UEUfc'U FOR. ,\n hi I mi til i.ii|i|ily i,|" ('i ii 111 innti iiml Si.It Di inl,:, hii li.nnl. P'ruil. nml Verjotables 111 ? m I * in Ij.uhI fVury wooh. if) -f-o £ <u s Q> '3 CT CD K Ul u CD s & Model :i'J Stiir Wind mills'2 (llit! bust in lliu uiiirK'dt. AI la-Laval Separators 11)13 modol (Lho bftst mill Uio 01iwv|)(;st)...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BROKEN ENGAGEMENTS. How Some Men Escape the Altar. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 March 1915

BROKEN ENGAGEMENTS. How Some Men Escape the Altar. I "Let a man never make sure of liis bride until lie hatli made her his own at the altar; for woman hath much of the elusive quality of an eel—and, if she will, she can elude the most re- | solute grasp." However true this statement of Bishop Berkeley may be, it is beyonil a doubt equally true that, in ingenious devices for escap ing from undesired matrimonial fet ters, woman has more than a match in man. Tliore is, 110 doubt, much to be said in dofence of either man or woman who seeks to escape from a mar riage which seems foredoomed to im liappiness; for it is surely better to bear whatever pain there may he In a separation while both are still free to shape their lives to liappics issues, than to commit both irrevocably to wedded misery; but such escape should, and, as a rule, could, be found in honorable and straightforward ways. But, unfortunately, there are many who seom to think any means or breaking an engagement justifiable...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Foster Red Cross Society PATRIOTIC SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 March 1915

Foster Red Cross Society i'ATUKVnU iS'JOI A Ij. Not » il listmilling IIm i woather ;i mest, successful social and dance in aid of the !il>n\ i- society was held ill (lit roster mechanics' hall tin A.'oiiday cvcuinc, when 1 > r. II ('. Wil:; m j u'c* niilcil over u l.if(,'c t;at In• i in^' ol' |.ct>|i!t>. The hull was tastefully decorated with ll.'Hjs of the AI lies anil I'.el^ian nations interspeiscd with f^n-ciii'iy aiul limit. i in;,'. The hull'.1:-' of t he society woi ked j hail.) alul their efforts «ei'u clowned I with slices.-.-., which inust. huvt! vi ry' if \"ifin to 1111• 111 'I'lie I'ollow i iiif» assist.cd with the concert. : —Ma ' tinm (ici'anl ( Melhonrne), .Me.^l.-nne.-i j I'.'lliutl. I M el hoi: nic), U. I!. ,\1 'Lcnnan, j\V. K. Jackson, J. Kiddle, Misses i J-'i,-isi'r. t irahain, and Messrs lively, j I ta ws, Thomas, Kllerman and I >odijc. I Al'ler supper, v, liicli rcllected i^ical J credit, on the ladies who supplied it, a ! dance took place when an ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sweet Consolation. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 March 1915

Sweet Consolation. Wife: Oil, doctor, I am so upset! Doctor: My dear lady, what over? Wife: My heart Is breaking. My poor husband has been orderod to the front. Doctor: Cheer up! Think what a change It will be for him.

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ganyah [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 March 1915

Gaiiyuh A I.;>:•<' ;:;»tlHTii»!, of people mot lit lite <i•!i>;i(■ <Vn!rul Mi'.'l hii Monday < > \ < ■ 11 i' 11 -, L>.:;u.b. I.i, for i in* iinr|io",.' (t v.l luivwrn Id Ixvo of tlic'r most p[ o:!if:i«■ r:( cf(fven:> Mr 1 /<-, leader in IJio I'huivh of Knj.k'.nd, and Nun,i' Hughes. '1'lb; i; 11:111* being '•itJ>'t-<t by Mr. 11. J. York, who was .Uily assisted by Messrs .leifivy anil • I/.ie:ui. district school tiMcher:;. I >iii■ - in^ the evening vocal items v.eie given tiy Messrs 1J. Ifotulgs.n, I-.'. A'alkley, Kleicher and (.!. lirain, Misses Hull and Blanche Tiu'iht, die .'.ccotiiinuilments lor which v.eie played by Miss O't'lynn r.od Mr::. \V. J .-Jlnipson. Mr. Vorlt in making tin; [ presentation of a haudsome hand ling,. fountain lion and to Nur.ho HukIich, said (Hat with dm three yours' residence among them she lould claim to having hold tlu> position m, bush iiiiiHi! longer ti...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ThE FAIREST WOMAN IN FRANCE The Story of Madame Recamier. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 March 1915

ThE FAIREST WOMAN IN FRANCE T:ie Story of Madame Recamier. Madame Joanne Franchise Julie Re 1 cainier, the most beautiful and grace ful woman of her day, was born at Lyons in 1778. Her mother quickly saw that her daughter's fortune in life | was to he made by her beauty, and 'great as this heritage was, it does not j appear that the fair Juliette was ever vain, for from her earliest childhood slie was as used to her own loveliness an she was to the exceedingly injudi cious compliments to which she was al ways listening. In 1795, in the very thick of the Revolution, she married M. Hecamier, n man of largo fortune and Uyenty-eight years her senior. Her home at that time was the ren dezvous of all the distinguished men ; and women of Europe, and her draw l ins-room celebrity was perhaps the , first of the age. The house of Re ! camier was rising in the world, anil j Juliette's beauty was a very long lad ! dor to success. I Indeed her beauty and charm had al ' ready made her famous, and...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. Turton's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 March 1915

DISTRICT NEWS. Tuvton'a Croolc. The Inilii'S ul .Miti l in'.s llnvl ainl Tt:cttiJil.Yivl: lu-M :i iii-elm;,', mul ^1'lrr si tiling their iiei.miiils they will 1)1! Ill'lf U) Sl'llll till' Mini ul ,'Jti Ss 1'nl td llic I'.elui.ui Urlii l ImiiiiI, h'< .'I result. Ill' I ho |i:ilt iilt i.- sueial uml il.nn-.- ln-l<l lu t.lni 'I'm tun l.'ivi'k I lull. It is pro imsiil In In.hi luut 11 ul' llwso t'uiii-tiuns wlii'u t lio v. iir lasts.

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
I.O.R. Mock Banquet. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 March 1915

l.O.R. Mock Banquet. A very pliifis.uit timo whs spent on ' Thursday oveuint;, 2fit.li Vt l». l ist, when tlif mp.mhors of tlio Kinder Inano!. of this 1 tuk'pir.nlont Older of lleulm bitt's, No '100, invited 1:1m mmulii.Tti of tin; Tooim itm.1 Fiith ('reel; luvuielies to a rocial evening, which tools tlii! form of n muck hanijuet—Mm syllabus (ix tiiro for that. piirtii'.ulfir ni^lit.-—in the mechanics' :oilgi! room There was a largo attendance prormt.'lo participate in :in excellent nit-down Biippi-i- pro viiled by tlio bister ineinliers of (lie order, unit lit which each member wore tlicii' respective refill in, the Chief /t»lor, Si.slor A. Hull, talon/; charge of' llic procueilinirs by propn.-int; the first toast of the nvt'iiiiifj, (hilt, of "Tlii! Kint; and Km pin-," which wnt. fiithir-ia.-uirally ri-:ijx>m> 1 «■<I i.o with t It. weal; stimulant usually parKkeii of by thai, particular orili'r Olh-'r (oasis 111■ 111<I wiiii' " The 'hiii'r" by J-co I1'....

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 March 1915

Origimil Correspondence. TO TilK KOiToK. Sill, -A paraj{r.iph appeared in your In Hi tniiio which, although'unite eorroet. may lend a pemon who wus not pri'dunt at the niootiiiK to understand ttuit I whh trying to undermiuo the propomid extra diiily mail between Foster unci Gunyaji Post Oflu'en by ofl'oriiiK to rnn a onn duy'n Htrvioo between Foster and Boolarong, uiul aluo for the convenience of th'ino people between Moolurotii? and Mrs. Houritfun'B letter box to pick up and de liver their letters. This oiler of mi ni whh 011 tho distinct understandim,' that the Foster to Gmiyah Hervice full through. 1 mil very keen on tliu through hervii-e and my offer doea not stand «ood iiiiIohm that propo»ed through Horvico fails which 1 trust will not. The deputation has Mince reported that Mr. WiiiKtanley is prepared • to run tho Hoi vico ut hi« oriiiinal offer aa fur «h liia own placo, -Youth, uto., 11. J. YOUIC. HouUi'cmg.

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Show Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 March 1915

Show Notes. hi the lr l l 11 i i I >1 > > I s', >■' ■ ■' i » »'• ! ll,,. t;||C,W till-. >'al' III! lll>|.r»Vr„.l>llt j rouM l»n hi i-iinivoih pvi' lM.rrt-.mr n-amm ll,ir. .lihlii.'l, larks III tliu production ot ,jiniiii'il--, and ,lir ll1" !';,'s ,In,unlit mill lilc <'<1 stork tIn- m-i-Iiohs re ceived wry tifiiul)' entiles tor Mirli a ilir.11 ii":( JIM III!' show rupi i'm-his. Ml' 1'. ,1. K(i;tin- l<ik first iiiid i:iiinnl-ion lur stallion ll years ui' over, mm Willi Mr A. Urii;Ut, juhhi.hI, i-'imprivd llm "lily i-iiHit-s lor tlirir particular Matton. Artillery whcl-U'l'S, Willi U! 1-llU'il'S, whs till- lllost i I'jiivsi'iiliu ivo lit' mi' I'ciii.iiinK r III til" sections, Mr A. I ludL'.siia i-apiuriun tho pri/.o. litNC KVKN'i'S. An is ntv.'iiyrt the cio.o ut ai/rii'iilUiral shows, tin1 run; ti•• outs iiiwn »t UMitii'U iintl <i(lord bi'ltc.>• amusement lor j tin- public. 'I'lii! jiimi ini,' event hark ncj'K, ponies...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
For England and for Empire. FAREWELL TO MESSRS W.GILLICK AND J. SIMPSON, VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 March 1915

For Engfaiui ' mul tor pi re. FA R K \\' KI. [. T() M KSS !iS \V. (IJ1, 1.1C K AND .1. StMI'SON, VOI.I.1 N I'KKIiS. I " fc'fom KviimliT clouds in our ycai'ilul Lii -s limn i-vit ivcic them Iti-lmc, ] t.11 .vim llii' t-lnr "t llm Smith^liall nso ill lllii llll'iii rlnuil:-, i t Will'." Uu'.iry UuvSsn. •• Stand i;i' ULu a M.m in tlir lii.'htini; vim', WuiUi into t!iu icil-liut striic 1 | (inint I liirvi-y. | I.• ist S.ilurday evening, in thn com- 1 liit'dinns 1111.i111^ lixuii ut lilt; I'l'-li | t io,-I; 111.1 rl, one dI' t In' must j"V - I all!,- f liUr I iolis I Vol' Ill-Ill I lenlly I■: I'll 1 without tIII-. ^ 1 i^lni-:-t uuUivv.iul m ( ciiteiil ,k culling In make di-.-cni ilaut j (.In- hiu'inoiiioiii leuor til llw j >rt «<•« :i-t I - | ings. Tin- imini wa ■ 1'itulIy If"l It'"' [ tin' purpose by Mi'- M Mthei, 'J'1' | genial ami popular H. ■ ■ i.ft'- The j table and tin- large i riil if la mp w iTe ( i it'i <-t i\«! V 111 -1' 111 att-il Willi I'liai in l uur...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 March 1915

No Boiling No Rubbing No Scrubbing nocopperFire "rinso" /for/cs iv/is/eyovsfcep

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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A Sky-Scraping Refrain. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 March 1915

A Sky-Scraping Refrain. "Oh, for a man!" the clear voice sang, And through the church the ccho rans; "Oil, for a man," she sang again. llow could such sweetness plead in vain? The bad boys grinned across the aisles, The deacon's frown were changed to r.miles, The singer's check turned deepest pink At bass's and tenor's wicked wink. The girls that bore the alto part Then took the strain with all their heart; "Oh, for a man, a man, a man " And then the full-voiced choir be gan 'To sing with all their might and main The finis to the girls' rerrain; "Oh, for a mansion in the skies, A man—a mansion in the skies!" The flatterer has not a sufficiently good opinion cither of himself or of others. There is 110 disgrace in being poor, wo arc told. And we're jolly glad of it, for there are enough other disad vantages about ft without that one.

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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