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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915
.: A' _turn' .which ' te; Ir; 'accord with :tha spirit ot , the .timco. is thijt 'of SteriW onS Loyev'olso ^ at'.tn'o.-National,' It is called ??? '^F)ilUbff..'in.-'ahd''Jra^E'1du^''an4-':'thp'''' art/sts represent Tommy Atkins .and '''«!- Red, Crow; nurse respectively. ' They sing ' pleasant- littlo sentimental songB together, and; '.?Tommy'' performs ve'ry/-credl'tebiy, oh. thp: comet'. By the way, talklrig about .'?'? theJ;-Nationat-whyt.do- not Ascot «ind-' : BcurnSs. tbnnho I'themselves to tho.' busl rttsa .-vhich th^y' know oomething, about; ?' namely dancing*- Inatiaa of introducing a lotof tinnecessary safeglhgV most oi-wfalch ha»,betn siven. Infinitely, better by. a eW»r- cwuple ireceiitly.-appearlngr it tb» rtToii- ?:.-. .???,.. ;:;,' -?..?.?-.;???.-?..?.,?-';? ??? i^i,. ?;-'-,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915
/TiVO]L:I--Twice Dally 2.50 S ?;*. HARRY RIC.KARDS' TIVOLI THEATRES, Ltd. ? Governing Director, H. D.'MclNTOSt -. -r ..';. E/I1&: Os^®p^JP-S ' - -: ;. .'??'.; '. ',..:, ' The Gii-r.wHlr the Voice of Gold. ?! '?? . . : . ?../''?? ' .'^ :-.-'?? ; Mar3r.:EfIi^siA»ietIk;* - :??-;. - - ?'?'?'?'. The Lady Raconteur of 'the Ako. ' A Real. Comedienne.' ' -??--?.- '. ' '?:'.; MINNIE ?' .' .,'?'' ??' '' .?.-'??'?' ?.'?''''?'??-'?' ARTHUR y ??'.' ? '' ? '' ' ... . .... ..: ?-.;. London's- Fa'moiis' Cockney Couple' in' *fT6n Cogfer's Cour&hlp.'t *? '..* -''..-.*.' - _ TAMEO, K/\JAYAMAV. :| EDRAR WARWICK'S I,' DE6MOND .^ DALTON.V The Japanese Writing Mhrvel. Inurlesquirtg from.LonaohJ '?'. ? Patter CorrteJlang. ?..-:?' '-' 'betty faojuN, ^1???ME^o6.ld.9LltePlNJ^/./:r;^:^.«,iJAiBi-?:ai^^cHuev»??-?'???-?-? In a atogatc : of' Song. | - ' .' Of Quintan Opera *F|Mnc. ; - -lT-u?-Iioqpaclous-X;ontorttonIirt.- ; ??;.?? '???Stelfbr^'-Ka^^Oii-^' ?^'?fi' ... .... :...-.-: In ''.'A- Honter'B...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915
TWICE DAILY! ir ATWIMAf *H»lTiSTiW|B6;D^LY: 2.30&BP.B!. ?..WA1IUNAL iJtlMIMIi zsQ&8tt.m. ..'? ' . .. ..._ ' Covernlno Director ..'. ?'.«;BEN, j. (JOLLEB.'.''1.1.1. ?„. : ?.,'.' . Mr. BEN. J, FULLER hai pleaturn In pretentlnd o combination unlquo In 'tho . . :. . ann«l« of vaudeville. ? ,: MR.- JACK WALLEB'8 Mu*lcal Flloht. of Fancy, . ^ : ???; . :4A'flE'-TO a dellslitfully refrethlng pot-pourri of conn*) funny - fnterlude*, and. Instrumental ?'. .' ' ?'? . . - ?'' ? Items, ' ...'.' ' '.'??»'.??'? ..-,,?;'.'.?:;:'', ;-:'.' ?:'?'? , ..: ? ..'.. Jn addition to the above, on All-Otar Vaudevlllo I3III, IncluJIne :.;. . ; MABEL &MAIFE, ' Tho dainty Uttio .Girl and tho bis ?'';???;. ? ojumsy Paso; -.'. .... CPN MORENI, '' ' ' . Popular ond'Versatile Comedian. FRANK, LANK, AND ALICE, / Comedy Club JUEBlers. '? : . ? JESSIJB M. MILLAB, . With her cornet ana plono-aecordeon. assisted by Miss DOLLIE UTLJUAR, charming- and artistic comedienne. , . VAL, LOTTIE &? ...
THE RAGGED ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915
THE RAGGED ARMY. The Austrian War Office makes oh ap peal for 'cast-off clothing for tho troops. .'Old'Clo', Old CioV Vienna ' hears- tho shouting ' ' ? . 'And wonders at tho menace of the word. Her valiant armies have been dally rout ing . ' ?:-..- ' .. '? '..'._; -i ' So many Russians that It 'seems absurd. Old clothes for whom? .To drc3s her hero ';?? logions; ? . . .'./ , ? ' ? '. 'Who march triumphant wherd tho Ger .?'; ._ manleoda,: . ? .??;.. \ '. v Dragging enormous guns through black '.'; ? ened rfigions ?; .. . . ? . '? , 'And doing— so she l/eara— tremendous v' deeds? ' ?' ? ? ' \\- ? 'bid cioV Old Clo'l' The cry is full of ? ?? terror. -'?. - .. ' . ' . ?. ? ' ?? ? . ? IUbrecds suspicion palo in every street Is' it a jest or aomo official, error That calls for rags to make war's task .complete? Victory arid rags ore somewhat ill as, sorted; ? ....... ;, Time,' .wear and tear all *lght for Aus- ,; trla's- foes.. ?; .;'? .?? ??,- Winter InrPetrograd has Just reported'..' ,...
Through the Eyes of a Woman [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915
[?] JMWBiaai IA »omi»'i fancy change! like the ikv, it n« ravine thought !«' tied on Ih.t^r tUi, ' But in the minor of her reitlen eye - - II , She catcho »II that men are wont to ml»». II , A'QuIet Raco Week. ..: . '. '-' ''tjttv; ', . . The only engagements, '.socially and : btherwjBo, during .race week this year, ire I thOBa' which will benefit sorao war charity. On October I and 2 the Reviio arranged ' hy Mrs.. Gordon Lowe will be staged at the Repertory Theatre. On one - night during the week .Mrs. Orr la having p. brldee party at 52 Maclnay-strect, and I hear' it whlBpered that there la a llltell - hood of a repetition of the Omar Khayam tableaux, with some' musical' additions, ?which' will' be staged in one of the larger thoatrcs for two or three nights consecu tively. : ? , . ' . - ''-?' -.. .. ? ? ? ? .-' .*... . ? Moro Shoepsklnal ?' '\. '?.'''„.' in (jrder Jo augment the funds to meet 'tho enormous demand . for ; BheepBlrin waistcoats for our soldiers, a movement 1b. -ra ...
THE WILLOUGHBY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915
THE WlLLOUQHBY ELECTION. Each political partisan will sum up the lessons or tbo 'Willoufthby election to eult Wo own convenience,: but there nr» two tacts that arc clear' abovo controversy. One Is that Liberal supporters voted very solidly for %bo antt-I.abor candidate An other Is that the I-nbor vote Suffered oub otantially us a result of tho election belntt conducted on an old roll. The latter fact was responsible for a loss of at least 1000 votes to tho Labor candidate. Tho Uberal electors- -would not liare Chosen Mr.Haynes as their candidate If they had *ecn free to select one; that was ehown tn'Utt Liberal selection fcefbtft-tW lost election.
THE MIRROR OF LABOR. LABOR COUNCIL AND CONSCRIPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915
THE MIRROR , OF --'?LABOR. ;;. :\iBy 'p.ij.tj.'} '..''? LABOR COUNCIL AND CONSCRIPTION. The I-abor Council ol N.S.W., represent ing over 100,000 trade unionists, has sot its face against any form of conscription that Ib riot preceded by conscription, of wealth. The.ifoto on tho amendment car ried was CO to 4G, but It must not be/as sumed that the 46 favored conscription. During a debate of two hours not. one delegate spoke for conscription, tho near est any delegate would go .being an ad* mission that if tho British Government or tho Federal Government demanded it, tho question would bo again considered. * ? ? ?-. ? THE MEANING OF THE ONE BIG UNION MOVEMEN.T. ThB one We union project is being moulded into: concrete shape in 'Victprla. A. majority; of tho; unions favor some Bchemo for closer ' organization, outstdo of that /provided In the Trades and Labor . Council, aiid the different shapes, that the organization might .take are being consi dered' by a representative conference. ? ...
CLERKS UNITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915
'?' CLEBK8 UNITE. It Is cheerful fo record that tlio two ' clerks' unions In N.SAV. .htivo arrived at ?. on agreement which will unite their dl :?' vlded camps. Clerical , workers have ; lof'ed too far ? bfhlnfl' Hie Wf-W--Mv of i other callings In Industrial orsanization, '. nnrt thnv havo Buffered lor It. With one ,iv: union,. they will be able not only to press ^':- their claims with greater effect, but will -;. secure' large numbers of new members -'-/ who have refrained from Joining because , |;-. the organisations were disorganised. ( A In about a month's time, all. the unlonj ?£-; clerks will /meet to elect one set of pftl ccrs*to govern one union, which will be '?? come the Xew South Wnlcs Branch, of ? '?? the Federated Clerks' Union. If the racm ;: bcrearo wlsb in* their choice of officers! : V*hero Is no reason why tho union clerks | should not open-up a now ledger with sub stantial balances. on the credit sides.
IN MY GARDEN. The Seedless Tomato. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915
[?] The SectHass Titmnlb. ?' \ ^Qrii»'!o£'. the bust. ?hInK? yet produced In Ameflca;!^'.ttiB ^wicSS tomato, if it is anything at all like what it 1b claimed to be. Mr. A; J. Doty has perfected the new variety, watch la said to be very large' and full-flavored, and to consist of solid Hesh of good color throughout. As it can only, bo expected to! come truo from tho seedii of the neraly soedlosa. fruit, ittollows that 'Doty^s. Navel,. .Tojmato.' as It. is callefi, raxueX. bemoro or less a rarity tv aomo time to come.. Once established here it uhould become b prime favorite.
Some Reflections in The Mirror. Blatchford as War Prophet. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915
-??'? ?'?'- .' ''KV' -'?. ' ' '? -.'. - *': - . '?-»-? '; ? ' :' - ^'^?O'v.'v'tiV.- ?' '\^' Blotcliford as War Prophet. '. ''? THE fpily of the cry that Germany lias: nothing to gain by smashing England, which was bo frequently Heard -all over the Empire, has been amply shown. The war has been the eompletest vindication 'of Ujo? wbrnlrig of- such men as Roberts, Beresford, Curzon, and Kitchener. Years ago Itobert'Brp^ehford' wrfite' to the 'Dally Mail,' giving many exccllent'reasotis ,wby Germany should ? attack .Grdat-i-PritAin.., He added the, following prophecy:,;'fler- many will Btrllce out at her first bjgnjof danger. Sho regards world domination as her destiny, and Is ready to strike out tor It,- Britain !» regarded 1-y her as tlao lost-: barrier, to the. realisation of her destiny/* ? ? , . ? ? ' ' ' ? : ; andreIw ROBEHTsoir. : Bpnnlo ValfeTlio PromenadB, ,...' San.SoucI, Sept. 27. .. '; ??'?'? Mr. Fisher and Conscription. Mr. FISHCJX tnado a statement to tho Trades Hull depu...
POEMS OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915
POEMS OF THE WiHS.~ -August, 1914, by the AutFjor of ' Charitensi.' Use me, Engtand, Fri thine hour of heed; ' Let; thy 'ruling Bills mt now in deed. -- r Sons and brothers Tnko for armoury t ' All lovo'a jewels - Crushed, thy wr.rpath be. Thau has given - ?, ' 1 j JoyoUs hfo and freer Lifa^whose' jo?: now Angutsheth for tK.ee.1 Qive, then, England, If my life lhau need; - Gift yet fairer, ._ „ ; Death, thy life to feed.
HUNS INSULT AUSTRALIA AT THE PANAMA EXPOSITION. ABOMINABLE BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915
HUNS INSULT, AUSTRALIA, AT THE ?; PANAMA EXPOSmON; ABOMINABlLli BEHAVIOUE. (Special to 'She BMrror,') According, to a recent letter from. ? the United States received in jSydney,- the Huns havo been showing themselveis itv their ttue colors at the San Francisco Fam ; .They pnid particular attention to the Australian Court,; spat all over-it, and %verb' preparing to damage the exhibits when the doors were closed. They then lined up with the object of wrecking the Belgian' and'Freilch' Court's^ but were overpowered by2 the -p^Jicc.^-. T:'-. Men such aa theie: arSVerijoym^.perfect^ freedom in Australia- to-daj-, Kit :aot BSr .toundirig? 'We AustralinnB^drB reallyi ei-^ . traordinary people. .[ .'j\:: - ? - ;'--i']\'-
AN EPOCH-MAKING EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915
JAN EPOCH^lAtaNG .1 .- . EYEMV^;.: i*he launching of 'the'' Brisbane' marked oh epoch in the history, 'Hot merely of Australiu, . bojpi'jS tthc: Bntish - .Empire. To J&. itlrig Saltcr, tluv able general raaii&ger a£ 1 tUp .Cockatoo naval dockyard, and . hiB staff, have fallen the , honor of bpsng the builders of the first' cruiser constructed in any Dominion1' of the Ejnpire. They are to bo warmly congratulated on their achievement. ^There are few who will dare now to; emulate the croaking prophets M a few years ago. The Royal Austruv ... - lian Navy hascorae to stay, ; andr last ,Thnrsday's function- was one that yr}U. be repeated frequently in the . years to come. It ia ah ^instrument; o£ safety for the CotomonweAUh, and a Symbol of unity trothm; ttijj Empire. The, war has proyed what the founders of the Australian: ;'M!avy ? ??? always foresaw, and no\v:Hhat vro k^ow- what we fornierly, x»nly bp lieved, our -faith in ourgelyes* must be , immeasurably stimulated, &...
GERMAN CAMP. PRISONER STILL AT LARGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915
??????. GERMAN-;jCAMP.' ? 'tZ \'r) ;d ttBISONEB STILt AT LARGE. ; - (Special to 'The iSteror.'') ; , : , The . Clcnnan prisoner, EiniL Schneider, Who escaped froni LfVcrpqol- eonccntrattpn ' cijm'p' 'a month ngo, is stillj, wc'irade'rstand, ? ;pfi -lar^flj as is also, Lieuten'iint VvbniSpech, whoi-es'eaped some time ngb in 'company wHK i T&&U&, ytbo wa8;snffdcated in WuattOmpt to. ?, igafc awiy from Australian hidden in ;one' of ' ^rthe ? boats; of the 'Sonoma.' ^-.v ;ri '' -V /'^jSpAareritly the authorities dor not;' even ; , ad^pt ' the customary' ? raejhads^ ' fptffiii ' - ^efficaciauB.with ordinary; eriminals;JrJ seour- ?-:. md detection, iracli ;bb pliotpgwijllis :, 'and _ ? tinger prints: These men anfr'^rorTO^tllfttt ' oi'ditinxy '?'?? criminals,- but' at; 'I^ist '?'? ;ot ainary _; precnutions should be ^ taken ;itt-:4en.lJttg ^. with ''',' them; '.*?'. ? .:::r^[:-'-f^-^^2-^:^'-'^ When Von SpcclianQKatee, escaped, the ' Censor forbade any refeffenc'-t-...
CAMP RIOT. VIOLENT SCENES AT LIVERPOOL [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915
GAMP RIOT. ' VIOLENT SCENES AT UVEEP00L', A sorious riot ocourred at Liverpool camp last Wednesday night, and provided an un pleasant reminder to Senator Pearce, the Minister of Defence, who was Btaying at the camp, that all is not well with the discipline and 'Management at Liverpool. . Someof the men evidently considered that the profits of tbevcanteen would be better in their pockets than jn the pockets of those rnnrnncr t.Vin nnntfiftii: nnti na a. nnmliec of-tlie ' officers were having their minds improved by an address in '.tlje YtM.C.A. tent, tho men rualied fhe'eanieen. Two officers who ? 'interfered 'stopped briobs;7' and though the designs of the men were frustrated they ♦'played' r up' in other ways. When, ordered, to take down and stack an old ?kitchen, they stole some chairs, broke them up, and with them set 'fire to tho kitchen. The ' alarm' was then sounded, and the men fell in on. the parade ground, the fires were extinguished, and the camp -settled down to. wait for...
The Bevelled Edge [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915
^^Jl '^ ? ? :7'™'T[i A mlrror'o function, hs nil men allfKC la to reflect Ihc world In colors true. The proper purpose of tho be\e)lcd fcdee Is to look aldeuavs and. sec things askew. Forest Preservation. ' The proposal of tho Govcrnor-Goncral that schools of forestry should be cstab f; Usbed tn Australia Is ?vrorth. a lot ofcon Biatration. .Australia has quantities of t-nf- trees, but. she Is burning and hewing ?' (hvm down at a great pace; The rooted Idea seems to be that a pumpkin Is more valuable than a mass of growing timber. Not a stick In all the forest of the Com monwealth should .really be allowed to go tef waste. Tho leaves of the gum tree tvill.Tnakc eucalyptus extract; t hot trunk will mill Into lumber; the branches will pulp into paper; the very sap which ex udes as sum Is useful to the chemist and medicine man. To establish a school to . teach these things rind somo other.? would be to make the last and final appeal to reason In tho matter of forestry. After that a for...