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MODES AND MEN [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

MODES AND MEN By FRANK MORTON, Whether it be due to the war or some other cause, the English language continues to' suffer fearsome ravages. l The good, plump, respectable, sweet young men who nowadays 'write for the papers' have not, for instance, a single 'shall' in their whole vocabulary. Even. Sir Douglas Haig is tremendously afraid of that little word ; but then, Sir Douglas is a Scotsman. It even lcoks as if the King's private secretary, Master of the Buckhounds, valet, or who ever it ma™ he that writes the Kine's speeches for him, is Scotch, too. And yet the proper and natural use of 'will' and 'shall' is extraordinarily simple. Educated Englishmen use the words accu rately by instinct. There is no reason at all why Australians should not acquire the trick of it. Let us notice an example or two of the proper use of - 'shall' and 'should.' In each case, 'will' or 'would/1 as substitute, must, be condemned as inac curate though Australian. Shall I? You shall. lie shall. Shall w...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HATS OFF TO- [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

' - ? ' ? - ? , - .- * . - ? ? . HATS OFF TO— Bluff old Sir John Forrest, who stands for providing, from revenue, money for pub lic works. W, A. Holman, for demonstrating to Great Britain that Australia has more than one silver-tongued orator. The directors of the National .Bank of Australasia , who voted £100 to Lieutenant Moon, the first of the clerks in their employ imniffiiiniiffffRlliMi iiiiiVffiiiTli^iiiiiiiiminiwil»wmiiiimiiii-iBiiHiwiiiiwinn^^

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SENSATIONAL THEFTS AT G.P.O. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

SENSATIONAL THEFTS AT G.P.O. Sensational thefts have taken place at «ie Genera'. Post Office. Letters, packets, and bags have been stolen under the very eyes, oi the authorities. : It is clear that a band of expert thieves have been at work, and that they include postal officials. . Already the public has been mulcted in articles to Jhe value of several thousands of pounds. When is this gang of robbers to be rounded up and a great public scandal stopped?

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SUDDEN DREAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

THE SUDDEN DREAD. What is true of all men is specially true of the cold-blooded murderer for the sake of gain;, s 1 All men think themselves immortal Till some alarming shock of fate Strikes throtigh their hearts ' The sudden dread. . The dread only comes with the detective. The Labor Government, whose great glory is that it found N.S.W. full of gaols and left it full of schools, did not for years in flict the capital penalty. It found that the people who, on, the average, could trust one another with their property, could also, | 'on the average, trust one another with their lives. The McGowen and Holman Minis tries were often reviled for their assiduity in seeking some reasonable pretext for spar ing the life of a man who was, on the face of ' things, a desperate criminal Still the world went round, the murder rate rather fell than increased. During the last two years there has been an apparent increase of notable homicides, but iit is unsafe to argue fixed tendencies from statist...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAG ENDS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

FAG ENDS ' By JOHN DRAYTON. The Lord Mayor says he hopes to see Martin Place to Castlereagh-street, Sydney, the great White Way of the Commonwealth 'The way in which politicians will walk perhaps. ♦ * * ' Wanted : Thoroughly domesticated worker; fat.' Why this demand for em bonpoint? « * *. Advt: 'E- ? B— ; skin and 'hair.' Reads like the announcement of a pur veyor of lash, in the raw. * ' *???-*- From a police court report: The /accused admitted striking the man, but denied that he had anything in his head. '~- ' ♦ . . ?* ' ; ♦'?'?? Good advice by Constantine to his son: 'If you are in a fix go to your uncle.*' That's what most of us do. * - . * * ?; Sydney police court has fixed the fee for calling a policeman a red-Beaded hobo, at £5. The purchasing value of the fiver IS decreasing. * ? *.? ? *?-, From a new novel: 'Suddenly recollec tion came to me with a rush of embar rassment.' lake it comes, out of fiction, when the man from whom you borrowed the fiver sees you in tire high-...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TALK OF THE TOWN Mr. Holman and the Imperial Government. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

[?] BY TAT.LERJ Mr. Holman and the Imperial Government. I am in a position to deny authoritatively the suggestion that Mr. Holman will seek immediately a seat in the Imperial Parlia ment and forsake Australia. No doubt, ulti mately, the Premier of New South Wales will endeavor to give full scope to his abili ties in the Mother of Parliaments, but his pre sent intention is to leave England about August, and to resume his duties in Aus tralia, where he does not propose to forsake his present responsibilities. H. G. Wells and Mr. Holman. ? I see that Mr. 'Holman has been staying with Mr. H. G. Wells. They are old ac quaintances, and Mr. . Holman has the greatest admiration for the brilliant novelist, whom he regards as one of the finest brains in the Eritish Empire. The British Empire League. I am glad to hear that this important and far-reaching body is making rapid progress, and that the campaign which has been re cently conducted in the country has had conspicuous success. At this t...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN OPEN LETTER TO WILLIAM ARTHUR HOLMAN, PREMIER OF N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

AN OPEN LETTER TO WILLIAM ARTHUR HOLMAN, PREMIER OF N.S.W. The vast majority of. the citizens of New South Wales arc genuinely pleased that you have made such a favorable impression on the people of England. We are not sur prised, for you have the great, gift of oratory, as well as force of character, political shrewdness, and personal charm. For these reasons you are the best am bassador which the State you so ably re present could send to the Mother Country, just as you are easily the outstanding per sonality in local politics. . You are re ported as having ambitions to enter the Imperial Parliament. We do not believe that you will forsake your immediate re sponsibilities in Australia, although nothing could be more fitting than that you should pro vide in the future greater scope for your brilliant gifts.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THUM[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

THUMB The highborn |I ?who sanctioned!! soldiers for the/p The trading /Kg | war, are maH$|p sale of nzc&0piM®i ? The J$$m

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Page for Young People TO MY READERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

A Pa%e for 'Ybung) People By AUNT BEE. TO MY READERS. I am eager to become better acquainted with the readers of this page. Some of you I already know through your letters, and I hope you will continue to write and to take an interest in the competitions. In follow ing Phyllida, I have a very 'difficult task' before me, and must look to assistance from my readers to make the page an attractive one. You would like me, I know, to thank. Phyllida, on your behalf, for all that she did for readers of this page. You will see that, owing to The Mirror not being published for some weeks, the closing dates of- the- competitions have been alteved to suit the present issue. Some of you, -too, who must have thought your letters and en tries had been lost will be glad to know that they are quite safe, and will receive proper attention. The prizes awarded in connection with tbe last competitions .will be forwarded to the winners in tne course of the next few days. AUNT BEE.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Contents of This Issue of The Mirror: THOU SHALT NOT KILL !" [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

-V ~ - «??? ?' -?? ,Tf J'JXT'-, * *'? - i* ; ''V-lj— - '-,- '«? '' - ^O&QU SHALT NOT 'KILL !»' '; . ''~' ' ?,' o ? .-,,; ;A::^iriking condemnation of capital ', SUPER-SUBMARINES. ? ' . ' . ' .? - ;- ; ?'' ? .- ?'- An; exclusive article by E.-Ashmeadr ?-. Barllett, the famous; war corrsV ? ..?;'.poiideii_t.- ?'?''' _ ;'- : ' _-? ~ -h-'- -:-~~ ; ' .?? ? -? «. ;?.«.'. ' ? v'r-ir ''iVA- -'.'??' i- - ' - - ' *?' ? ? *\f Jl * .' i * j * r ' -''?»,. i- - ? . ' ' '« ' '.' ???'.'.' ?'?'??-^'?Vif^'^Ji1,'*:*-.^)^'- r' -^ ' ? i- ' ' '-'-'-???'? By ^Iiii'spi-ay toll .' ^ ? l;-';^:'..--- Vv»..,. .. . ? :;. '.': ..-,? ? v^^^^rfi'/,'1?. '- *'-.: i*-P ? ?' . :-' ' :. .^'?^??^?*1'''':i'1-**': ;::-*- -''s'vi-- -:-i'i'i ; ~ *- ?:*-. -:A^ip^^;C(^^Ssi» ^« ^Menr;_in-:--tliei ' ..?.- GoveThntcfht, buiiT.eriiuhtQuid. 1 ': ^:Tii^6MH^^USTRALIAiSf' ,' WJLDS^l f-' ^?;- .; '/jtefli^^gj^ ;sferies ; of\i!ru^aieil C .1% j.t i rxi 1 i 4?0;' o vei^iti n d e r, (*;': ,:; '''v ;? ; v»V '??!.' :-;A^J^IAJ^A^v:;' ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

WB INVITE fiTt'OKN'l'S TO CALJ,. ANO SKIS Of» HOUlil*. I'otl Tree. IIOMK NL'HRIWI AND IIYGMKKj IH.NTtt AM) ill.l.I', li4v Dr. Cotgruve {$U John'* 1 /-7 Ambulunre Anodnlluti) .. .4 4. ., ^ -? 1/ ? l'WKT All) TO TUB IXJUKKD, hy Dr. J«ut-» Inutile (St. John's Ambulance AtMidutlon). + m 11110 cUltioM ? i*'' -. y '' ' *?' I ATLAS OF riltST All) ..TUKATM12NT, by lltrf nurO Mj'lef. 42 btautlfulb'-t'Xccutril 1'ldica O/t In Color .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .' ? ' ttl * -K1HST All)'- TO TUB IX.1UHBI) AND SlCKj An Advitiwil Ambulance Handbook, tiy Wur- | /O wictt and Tunttall, «U jibkch .. .. , ? I/O BRITISH RED CltOKS BOCIICn' FIRST AID MANUAL, No. 1, by Dr. Jamei Cuntllf. 210 -j /n ]-IIKC(I, Will illUBtlMtOll .. .. .4 4. 4. 4. 44 44 i/Q HH1T1K11 HH1) rHORB SOCIETY NURSING MANUAL, No. '.', b.v Dr. Jamcn Canillc. 216 -1 /O liugui .Illuitrutrd .. ? .. .4 .4 .. I/O l'oit Tree. Or. M.VSY'S KIII8T AID: A notebook for Aui|AJ| tiulanre BtuilriU* .. ? l\la» N'tJRBI.B* tX)MI'M£TB M1CDICAI- OIOTIO.V- Q /1 Al...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
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THROUGH THE PERISCOPE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

THROUGH THE PERISCOPE The United States must feed the Allies or fight the war alone. — H; C; Hoover (Food Controller,1 U.S.A.). There can be only one kind of peace, that is the peace that comes to the world when the enemy of peace is destroyed.^ — W. M. Hughes. ' *:??.*??'.' * Belgium shall be restored to the place she has so richly won among the self-respecting T nations, of the earth.— President Wilson. . ?♦ ? ? ? * ' ? * The present departure of the Coalition Government .revives the question whether changes ih the Department of Defence should not begin at the top. — W. J. Sowdeh (in Adelaide Register). ' ???-?'- ?-.?? * * * Australia prays that the struggle may not cease till the cause of right is finally and definitely established, and those responsible for letting these horrors loose upon the world are called to judgment.— W. A. Hol man. . * * * ? ???' The - voluntary system of recruiting lor the A.I.F1 is on its final trial* and, if it fails, the need for Conscription may agai...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

;, It is Most Important I -, WHEN BUYING YOUR NRW 8 I JBASON'S CORSET TO SBBTIIBY I 'J /'Or.'BINE SYMMETRY AND SUP IH ' /*JEBS. THESE ESSENTIALS A -. - CORSET SUCCESS ARE 8K ''CURED BY FOLLOWING THE ' NATURAL CURVES SO DELICA .1 TELY INTERPRETED IN THE tVs ;v?JW MODELS OF THE English-Made I THESE CORSETS EXPRESS THAT 1 SYMMETRICAL AND GRACEFUL 1 OUTLINE SO MUCH DESIRED I BY THE WELL - DRESSED I WOMAN. I THERE ARE MODELS FOR I I EVERY FIGURE— HIGH, ME- I DIUM, OR LOW BUST. EACH MODEL HAS ITS INDIVIDUAL MERIT. Lnglish-made ! i ARE DELIGHTFUL EXAMPLES i OF HOW NATURE'S BEAUTIFUL (i LINES CAN BE FOLLOWED AND 1 EMBODIED, MAKING EV3RY } FIGURE PERFECTION, GRAQE ! FUL POISE, AT SAME TIME GIV !- ABSOLUTE FREEDOM AND DE lightful ease and com- . ;. fort. ?? ? ? . -?? ?? - ? '? I INSIST ON. YOUR DRAPER i- \ SHOWING THE NEW MODELS ?OF ... \ . Lnglish-rhade I [i Nautilus Corsets 0; ' ? ? ? -^ ^?BIFFW MAKES -BAPPY . J'-. FACES and FEET. 'sL^fANSSHES CHILBLAINS. *Sf MY Pfeor, l\i&u««d/ - I...

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"A GREAT ADVENTURE IN THE JUNGLE." [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

'A GREAT ADVENTURE IN THE JUNGLE.' Hero is one of the greatest adventures' ever toltl of the jungle. It is the story , of the fate- of the last of the German raiders, the 'Konigsberg,' ?which for months had been hiding in an East African river, where she had dug herself in among the palm-trees, and had at length been re duced to old iron. There has been no story like it since steel ships and big guns first came to sea. The ' Konigsberg'.' was an armoured cruiser of the modern type, which, like the famous 'Eniden,','pla.yejl havoc with our mercantile marine in the Indian Oeean at the beginning, of the war. She did more. She dropped unexpectedly into Zanzibar Harbour early one morning, when our little ?British cruiser, the 'Pegasus,' after do ing excellent fighting, had retired to repair her damaged boilers. The' Pegasus' was a fixed mark, unable to move, and was so badly mauled by the guns of the ''Koniga berg' that, in. addition -to' suffering, heavy ?loss of life, she.-.8ank ?when-...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW COMPETITIONS FOR JULY AND AUGUST [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

NEW COMPETITIONS FOR JULY AND AUGUST CLAEJS A.— This class 7s, as usual, only open to \ 'under 12,' Tor the bert drawins* of a cow Bent in ,'? on or before closing date. Aunt Bee will (five, for a. prize a 2/(1 postal note, that the little prize-winner nmy buy for himself (or herself) the prize most ilc- — ', tired. The drawing: rtiould be clone in ink or eliiir- H^^*^ coal, mill Madmne Cow imi6t on no account be traced. CLASS B. — This eli!«s is only, open to competitors who are under 34. The prize of n brautiful little camera or a good fountain pen, whichever is prf fenrcd. is offered for the best short story about a domestic aniir.il. The story must not exi-ncil 800 words in length, and must be the original work of the competitor. CLASS C— This class is open to nil renders of iliis pnpre who have not -yet pusscd their 10th birthday. ?'.+ ,, For the best story, not cxcpedim; 1000 words, the prize of a portr.1 note for 4/ will bi- eh'pti. The story must be orifrinn!, -and not copie...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
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READY, AYE READY! [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

„ .,'?'?-. ' ~..: ? ...'-. ' . . ,. ...' -??-«.. i, .. ' These -are 'tHe^latest.:- official photoglyphs pft ^ the Briji^lv F4e?t;' Svhich b' ever1 readv in eve'rv : X ^,-;^i :?? -;r^ ot0aii;for;^e:^?1flr|guns;-re. 15irir!I:h^nlmes.^t:K^Brttis¥wa^^ ''-.-^S-. ...... .:. J-b.utrAh^X.\ar4^^;o£.,t^ec-ino3t1 powerful- 'of v.SiTvDaty1d^e'atty,',s^ r-grim def enders^f'^our liberties. :.: -;.;?? ;'^i '? ??'??'' '??;??.?. r-'— -'-^v ?'' ^ '??''? 'v'^'\- -'^ '?!#-.;?.'??'??' ^-. .. X.-: ??\-:*- ' '???™T' i :..?.:?????'?'?'? ^ ; -f ..^ .»???-' ?-. '\.\, ...??..*?../?.? ?- ? . . ??.???? ? .

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

'/? - -.;.WB * 50,000. » 4 . Crejtoiiiic I ''Fill in Coufllj EVERY man cH , . falling; ..8pliH| .,, ing bfirtdncsa/i1 scaM ??.,-.defec!tf.-6hdiild;5t:^H ? -free g.it. No' mjfflH -' Jliii 151 &V ? ? jv W y out* Jjixtc oi stliB verfth tno'ri 'tcr.fflB how si.'-p 1*1 i^^^K bngii?' t»s -nl-l i'|Hi th-:- simple atl'i^H FREE °M Wealwaw1* 1 B ai;d nlthougi. v e ^H endorsements i'i fifi tromourlegio -~-^H dctennnc for ymm remedy voui h ^Bl Free of Co«t ^^B Cretonlc Hair mm ^Udt th^: follow EM Cream. 37 , rooil^H 3d each* or 1 do J|| cinaJ r.na 1 oilet Hffira through all cnci Hffi free-fltre-ot but ifflmfi lhese-e\ccll'-nt pifln SjLipph. flamrtfflWl The Cretomc (H Trass Clnu^ -s ^B Lnrlostf'ffl for m-1™ tpctjve;-cftsi of l iHH Fill in 3; d Pwi fl| ? : ? './?feftcioli»''.V«i4BI %!t^::*:^..:^f::;:.ll ji: :? t r c^o.^^; 'Sj

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

ANTHfiNY HflRnFRN^ far 'I ? , A PIKE MACHINE GRINDER is .^a^m^ * aa ABSOLUTE NECESSITY in tne ^gnraffi|ra|k ,, v HOME or WORKSHOP. \ By it's ^^^^^Hl . aid ALL TOOLS can be EASILY ^^^M^^^Mtfr and QUICKLY GROUND. PIKE 9 ili ^^^^^m ? *^ GRINDERS are fitted with CORUN- I ' B ^^^^^»™H^^Bfc DXIM 'WHEIikS, the . requisite ^^SiW^^^^^ SPEED being obtained by means of -^»^wlfei^^SM^ GEARING. We stock . four models WSKKmSSmSSfSr of PIKE GMOTERS, the JUNIOR : ^^^^Wwll^^^B and the WHIRLWIND being suit- - , ^^^R^R^B^B^ able for any class of grinding work. '^^^^Bf^^^^^^ T^e D0MESTIC' as sildwn, and W J« ilP^ ARTISAN are RELIABLE little ~ ~~ ? PLACE in EVERY HOUSEHOIJ). PIKE JUNIOR .......... .*........ ? 21/- PIKE WHIRLWIND . . .... ...... . . . '. . . .... .... . . 55/ PIKE DOMESTIC ... .. .. .. ,. ....©.;.. .... .. .. .. .. 17/6 PIKE ARTISAN .. .'. .. .... .... ...... .... .... . . ?2/6 ; FREIGHT MUST BE ADDED TO PRIGES QUOTED. '-'ANIHIINY rSOilSjr Km Mr SONS 1 ill ONLY UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, PHIP...

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