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ODD NOTES ON MEN AND MATTERS Cyril Maude as Thought Reader. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917
ODD NOTES ON MEN AND MATTERS By THE MAN ABOUT TOWN. Cyril Maude as Thouirht Reader. So far Mr. Cyril Maude has not told this story regarding himself, nor has it yet appeared in any of the newspaper or theatrical journals. This, however is the tale as it was told to me some 20 years ago: In 1882, when Mr. Maude was visiting this country in search of health, he stayed at a well-known Aus tralian Club, which was visited one night by burglars. Among the many things which were taken, Mr. Maude's overcoat disappeared iroin a peg in me nan. a xortnignt later, or less, the now eminent actor attended a thought-reading and second-sight entertain ment, and was invited to go on the platform by the showman, who never made a mistake in his guesses regarding the dates on coins, the numbers of watches and the maker's name. The appearance of one of the com mittee-men attracted Mr. Maude's attention even more that: did the performer, and he hung . on to this person until he got him into the lobby jus...
COUNTRY GOSSIP NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES Goulburn Scores. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917
COUNTRY GOSSIP NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES By HAYSEED. Goulburn Scores. it is in the nature of a coincidence that the newly-appointed Sheriff of the State (Mr. C. R. Walsh, the courteous Prothonotary of the Supreme Court), who succeeds Mr. Mayhury in the office, is a native of Goulburn — as is his predecessor. Bunbury (W.A.) was styled The Birthplace because two State Premiers had been born there. Goulburn, with two succeed ing Sheriffs, is also entitled to, mention. Fall from Melbourne Express. As the express was pulling into Wodonga on Wednesday morning Mrs. Britton, of Albury, under the impression that the train had stopped, stepped off and fell with her baby heavily to the platform. None of the officials noticed the accident, and some time afterwards the unfortunate woman, who had been assisted Lieut. J. P. Ford, aged 22, Killed in action recently, and mentioned in despatches by Sir Douglas Haifi. to her feet by Mr. J. P. Jennings, was dis covered sitting in a dazed condition on the f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917
a' B OX ING Our (iloTci are well mid fiiltlifully mnde from Ri'lrrtid materials, and are uiittirpiuxril fur durability find oflVctWe. uobb. rosing* an One Bet: N.B.W., 1/.; lutvwlule, 1/8, O.D.D., real leather, special value , . , . . . , , . . . . . , 6/0 O.ll. U., mips, linlr-atuffed, luce palmi ? 0/0 U.H.M., FlKlitlnic, beet tan nupn, lai'cd patina, 0 or S oi«. 13/0 O.U.D., Kljtlilliic, iup. napn. lucid pulnu, leather lined, SPECIAL KiaHTING'.'nap*,' leather MnW,'p»dd«d wrUt! 6 or 8 o« ? 10/0, 80/-, 33/0 I'EKFECTION FiaHTINO, nopi, leather) Un-«( 0 or HIOHORADM' FraHTING,' nopi,' curlVd 'littl'r,' 'laced , ...... pnlnn, 0 or 8 oz ? 35/., 30/ BltYAN'H CHAMPION, extra Bpeelnl. 6 o ? 80/. £w»DETT| 'P''111 n°P». ''sod palu«, hair Muffed, « on. 38/ THE 'LIGHTNING,' made In Australia) officially adopted and exrluulrely used by linker' ? Sta dlutno, Sydney, Melbourne, and Brlibane. Per sonally recommended by Mr. Iteg. L. (Suowy) We i Speclallie In nlf Klndi j lihTMrliTIsporUi 1.1st of S...
VOLUNTEERS PROM ALL QUARTERS SIGN ON FOR NATIONAL SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917
VOLUNTEERS PROM ALL QUARTERS SIGN ON FOR NATIONAL SERVICE A group of volunteers applying at the Government National Service B ureau, O'Connell-Btrect, Sydney, for work In connection with the strike. . AN AFFECTIONATE FAREWELL TO AUSTRALIA'S FAVORITE A flashlight photograph taken at the reception given to Miss Dorothy B runton by the Actors' Association last week On Miss Brunton's left is Mr. Waller Benlley, and on hi;r nght Mxss Marie Eaton, Mrs. Brunton, Mr. Hugh D. Mclntosh, Mrs. Greig (Miss Beatrice' Holloway), and Mr. Robert Grcig. NO CARD SYSTEM NEEDED HERE £1) A group of country .volunteers; (2) shifting Eastern produce at Circular Quay; (3) cooks at the. countrymen's camp at Taronga Park; (4) rapid discharge pi cargo by volunteer wharfies. ? - _ ? .
THE WAYBACKS AT HOME CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917
i^l lib If Ml MMI^I*3 [?] / 5V hEMRY f LETCHEP * CHAPTER I. 'Where's thcr soda, where's thcr blue, where'*1 thcr soap?' demanded Tilly, with u hutje bundle of soiled linen under one hand and a boiler in the other. 'Why don't you keep things in their place ? It's n 'ling but hunt, hunt, hunt directly any one goes to do anything in this house!' Then followed an immediate scramble in the kitchen of the Waybock household for the articles de manded, for it was the treat day of the week, (he centre o£ the tioler system of bush life, nrounti which all nilier rlavs revolve— it was washing day. And it may be mentioned i casually as a fact never sufficiently explained, ? that th'j amount of soiled linen to be washed ; ulwayr. seemed to vastly exceed what could : possibly have, been used. ? j Dads had long ago eiven the nroblem up. j 'Looks.' he would say. 'as though we was wasliin' fer ther whole district: an' ef clean ness lies next ter godliness, as folks sc*. I i;uc;s as how ther streets o...
HOME DRESSMAKING A DAINTY BLOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917
HOME DRESSMAKING A DAINTY BLOUSE. Altliouijli the round and square-necked blouses have gullied great popularity thin Kprlng, there urc many who prefer the croud over shape with ti V-tihaped neck. ThU »lylc suite most figures, and Is the most useful nhope, and makes up well In any material. The pattern In this week's Issue is a blouse of the cross-over kind, smart and up-to-date, cut with a yoke effect in front, a roll-over collar and full revers which (five a softening effect to me uiouse iront. mere are many reason* why I can 'recommend this pattern. It has all the advantages of a yoke, without the trouble of putting it on, for the back is cut to come right over- the shoulders, and keeps the Bathers well in place in front. The neck can be made high or low, according to the taste of the wearer, and the. fronts are cut with gathern so the pattern wiU suit plump and slim figures alike. MKTI101) OK CVTTIlKU Ot T.-Yoii will want two Mirth of I Much muterlal for » iiicdliiui'slni IiIoums...
CHESS & DRAUGHTS PROBLEM NO.11. BLACK (11 pieces.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917
— **«J»**«» K^JIS5I#!3 r,&*5«ra:*itf ^»Wir *jimmi-* *' J t -fc«.. J* ^*»' CHESS & DRAUGHTS ? , — * ? — . PROBLEM No, II. UlvAOK (It ll»tW«.) WHITE (9 pitvet.) White to pluy Mini mate In two moves l'«»ll.luii.-«KI, p!iliy, rlj-d, ill'ltlltlil, IUI'2, nOn, b|i.'-N, l-llSSii. Solution of No, 'J : S, Uijitt, 8. idiO. 4KU, bNO, l'H?X-, £-|lna.-Maie in two. Key : Ki-Kt t*\. Solved by ; A. Walters AtanJy; II, Jelitiin', Tempo ; M, ]lar|jur, North Kyiluev. Kurthtr fiolutii.il : No. g, n.G.M., Umidaiwg ; M. llurpur.
WAR CHESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917
WAR CHESS. A opeclincn of blindfold play from Kgynt. Itcmovc White's q It. White, ? . HlacU, Trooper X. 2. 1»-K B 4 l'-g 3 10. 1( y |t ill K x H 8. Kt-K II 3 KiMJ » 3 17. i}-U 8 K-K 2 I. H-m lit-K 3 18. O-Kt 7 eh K-ya 0. l'-» 0 H-K 2 J!). |'-K 3 ih K-H 4 7. Kt-U 3 !'-(?. 13 3 81. Kt-K 4 i-h 1(.(J i 8. H x Kt Kt. x lit i-h Si. (J-Q 7 -.h J( x 1- tt. Q x'Kt I' x M V:i. (}-Kt7 rh K-Q i 10. Q.«fl H-Bfq ' 21. Ux Bell |'-K 4 11. H-K Bfq IMJ a 25. u.}- 7 , Q-K II M] 12. Q x II 1' HKt 4 M. qq 7 th Q-Q 3 13. (J x q V B x I' S!7. q x Q mat* 14. 9.x K I'ehll-K 3
SOLUTION OF No. 9 (EGAN). [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917
SOLUTION OF No. 9 (EGAN). ?Hlack : Men 5, IS, 22. Kinifs 12, 21). White : Men 8, 14, IV. Kings 23, 27. White to p!av and win. 19-15 11—7 27-23 28-22 12-3 3—17 0—14 17—28. 16—11 23—30 23—20 30—23 22-55 6-0 14—17 White wins. Solution received from Pine Dong, Broken Hill, No. S; J. W. ThompFon, Howcn (^.), No. 4.
GAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917
GAME. J'layed botwfen W. Vral, Kouthamptun, and :i friend. 'Kelso.' AVnl's move. 10-15 0-13 12-10 C-H) 20-22 27-51 23-18 30-20 15— Ida 20-2.'l 10-li) in~|rt 12-10 6--J 2-0 0-1 S 22—15 Ml-26 W— 23 24—10 16—15 23-14 1»— 24 10—11 10—20 15-21 11-1$ 7— U 27—23 2U-M 21—17 28— 1!) 22—16 31—20 24—27 11—4 8—12 4—8 9—18 11-li 23—19 H0-21 17—14 10-15 23-14 U, wins. (a) In another game my opponent plii.vcd : 32—23 31— ft 22— l'i 1— fl 31 — 15 14-7 7-10 18— 14 31 — IS 27-24 0—10 2-13 H— 71) 9—18 23— 14 20—27 11. wins, (h) 15-C, 1-17, 25— 21, draws c.isilv for While
FOR THE BABIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917
FOR THE BABIES. During the week Mrs. Geo. Earp held a Gift At Home at her pretty home, St. Mcrvyns, Double Bay, to provide clothing for the babies of the Crown-street Women's Hospital, at which I hear over 400 useful gifts were re ceived, as well as a number of cheques. Mrs. Earp, who looked well in a cream gabardine coat frock; was assisted by her daughters, Mrs, Curnow and Miss Earp. The Liverpool Band fll^ tr^r3 «i fid /ti* 41^a rl* ***»r*#i ssti nf Pint--iin Tiff *-1 1 «?? f'UJ VU M'Ut-l ^lll« U41WVLIU11 \JA VHJ'VWKl ill\tll\SA on the lawn, whilst tea was served by the nurses in the lounge and billiard-room. Judge Back house addressed the guests on the object of the hospital. 'I'm Roing to have a party on mv miunuiii'* birth day,' said Tom, 'and I've invited twenty little bovs to come!' 'What a nice mamma you must have,' said the neighbor. ? 'Oh, flic doesn't know anything about it; it's goine to he my surprise to her!'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917
A Startling Statement! d'tsems Caused by Tobacco. A I'.mou. Eogliib Sclcntut recent)? decl*r«i lb* traviBg IoMoUcco induced that of driak. la ?umbefleu inil.net. y.ung men, ?)»« lathe lobicco . h»bii, ?h.tlered Iheir li«i. Out ol Uly cici, dntk occurred in tb» 20lb aod 25lb ye«r. Tbe n»n who imckti inceiunily poiMiit bit ?yttem wilb nicotine, and ?ooncr or later ih* bevl, liver, kidneyt brain or itomach give way. I be he»rt eipecully iufieri. The dtuue i» Uoown »i amoker ? heart' 'Tbe «ureit way to enture tieallb, promote life and o?.ri0il?.e.£r*.vi!,tl. 1?'. lob««o- » lo «»«« ? count of 'SMOKURE TABLETS,' lecommended highly by phyiicitm. They act r'apidly, tone dp the nerves, heart and blood and creata appetite. They herald hcallb and hippincu. Send ilarops for free particular* to THE NICOTO-MANIA TABLET CO.. 16 WENTV/ORTH COURT, ELIZABETH STREET, SYDNEY.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917
THE REMARKABLE PREVALENCE IN AUSTRALIA OF SUPERFLUOUS HAIRS l« -!-|i,VuM-', bihI the -mt,\ 4-uif i,tw\vn .♦ »iditl» l;l-- ti»l-»l-, iijj-iaM ^^O? ?ar.-lull/ »-- tin- nw 11x11/ trailidl ►!!(« U)1k(, MMli-.-lnu)/ |uilllul ui\' tli' K' ? Hi I Iwtir iltiily fio'ii luilk* who liaw- l«vn itiHvlv.'l uu I -)*♦? tou'Hk'H i|)h-iibIi u»lii-i ottirnal ti|i|ill-'4tluiiv *? t»«J d.tl. unt m--- .OM -uti'. lot fU|-i't'Hi-uiw luir. Tin' iiilillialli.il of Miiy ilirinlml hJiIiIi will |-ti«tiat«- Un'jdy vii'H'jjIi t« -!i'-ti«y t!»' luilr |in« I'illj IIIUM (it I.I' i«« ►Ity jiit'inji.t'iitly iv jfijfo. tin.' lU'li and -Ktu. M ' '^^r ?*»»w.\\vl Al 1oi lull to iitul f I i *? 1 1 1 1 .%? Jr&k tir* ^? m i»'!u» the -;.!u -'.-? jBS&i W*^^ ?^*1l SBBbBL fut'!-' otil.v Icr n trw MlV-» C7i^f/Mif® -J.iy», unO l.v thcr -Be^\\ «*. bBBBMF irritiiUi.il and Minn; ^n *T /faSBBr lutitili alui'inliiuK' :n «BV ~ JfB£& rtiMtc the hulry ^HTi\^ — ^y jfiBBy itroivth, Vtrcnslli uud ^\^Bj 9*P mmiljt'r. 1...
GRAPHOLOGY CHARACTER READING FROM HAND-WRITING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917
GRAPHOLOGY CHARACTER READING FROM HAND WRITING. Delineations of handwriting will be given by Ita.for 1/-; -specially detailed delineations, 2/6. ?j'O.VSJIEitE . (Sidney): Is animated, bright, mti-tie, f'iid:oi- color, teli-reliant, adaptable, caring, eiithueiu.tii.', H trifle . tiervonn, ? and easily depressed. Koine uiuvi.i:u-.'i dvblru'.canses worry; rcllneil, level-headed, and inure prac tical than (?;. inpatlictic. Dl'AM (CilebeToint): Jlns n vivid imagination, fluency of hpeeth, iU-- .generous, affectionate nature, bmi.c.;* aeiimen, tequenee' of ideas, aii'l versatility. Thinks and nets quiiMilyj ;. flrm, and eflti V.v lirljitiar.v when put out. Even-tenmcred liud nroirresalvc, uii.J has » M-'ii^e 01 iiiiinor. Yes, S.A.O. v.iiiie ;'. kiiil 1l a'suin iiii'l'il will .):c '.oi-.e for you. Ordinary readings no.v 1 . DeiaiUvl a» b.U:e, 2/0. ? -? :- ??' -. ' . LISSOME (OunncdalOV; }i'*i .i l!i'!l will, a:ii:i!3-.:ois, deep \vnipathy and'tendfr fr-M.nii1-, im'ei:er»!e;i!, .irttc tiotm...
ABOUT PEOPLE Lingerie Salon. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917
ABOUT PEOPLE ))y Tim CLUliMAN. Lliiui't-iu Baton. MU» Lesly Madtleti, wcll-knowti In society circles In Melbourne, 1b In Sydney at pment with her mother, l.tnly Mucklen, In connection with her Llntierle tiulon, which «hc recently opened in Melbourne. Ml«n Madden h«a a d« HuHtful display of women's dainties at tlic Aus tralia, and having devoted her energies for nearly three years to patriotic work, is en tering buslnesu with the name thoroughm1;*. She i«, of course, related to all kinds of pro minent Australian families-— the Osborntu, linil Ileus and Horderns being amonsst these. For the War Chi'st. All kinds of organisations and individuals are performing their share in aid of the War Chest Fund, and the hon. secretary has re ceived £277/18/5.. donated by' the Sydney Academy of Music and Dramatic An. the out come of the concert recently given in the Town Hall in aid of the funds. Miss Maude Fane and Miss Alma Phillips have consented to bowl the first ball at the patriotic cricket ...
HELPING THE RED CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917
HELPING THE RED CROSS. A bazaar organised by a few children at the residence of Mr. Humphrey Williams, of Botany, on August 25, u-.ulleil in28.2.6 being secured for the Red Cross. &nbsp; The iiioiiioleis were the Misses (Gladys Williams, Margery Muiii-m, Edith Airey, Edith Matthews, and Masters Jack Williams and Norman Paul.