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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

in Footivear in Footwear ;;«] and Mercery -%|

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RETURNED ANZAC V.C. WHY NOT MET BY GOVERNOR-GENERAL? [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

^tffrllTlliMflSiIl AN7AP VP iWHY NOT MET BY -GOVERNOR' - '-?(,. v GENERAL? A large number of wounded and sick Aus tralian soldiers returned to Sydney last r' 'Thursday. Amongst the number was Pte. | Wm, Jackson, V.C. Why was he not met T by the ' Governor-General, or the Lieut f Governor ? If the King had thought it f right to decorate this brave young Anzac, i it would not have been out of place for the [ King's representative in Australia to do him . honor.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

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Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Page For Young People "A GREAT ADVENTURE IN THE JUNGLE. (Continued from Last Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

A Pa^e for ^rbung) People By AUNT. BEE. ? ? 'A GREAT ADVENTURE IN THE JUNGLEv (Continued from- 'Last .I«iic.) But she was a dangerous prisoner, for she had her guns intact. Some of them, especially the machine guns, had lieeii moved ashore, where the crew had built treuches, so thatvtlie cruiser in the jungle ?wn8 like a steel fort, while the crew on ? shore were like a little army m a held works. This could not be tolerated for long, but the difficulty was to find the ahips'to go'uji ths- river and fight' without grounding. WcllJ'thp si.ips wcro found. At the be ginning of tin -war the Adniiralt(^wisely bought two ri/pi monitors, which hlra^beeu lmildiag in thia country for Brnzil.^J^e heard of then, rtese powerful armou.-ed vessels, ma'lo to sail in Ghaliow rivers, months before o2F the Belgian coast, at tacking the German land positions fn.ni the sea, Tbe Government sent these two Hhips round Africa to the East Coast, a voyage of seven thousand -miles; And early one morning in Ju...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MIRROR of SPORT HOUSE, FOOT, AND MARINE- [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

?rup i HOUSE, FOOT, AND MARINE -By Our Correspondents. :, TJhe machine gave Mo 'another jab in the wind at'Gosford on Tuesday this. week. Sil iver^Thread struggled home a head in front, of the next nag, with only £1 on him. The* dividend was £40/1/. Safe to bet that if the -books had been asked to quote 20 to 1 would have been the-longest price available. AVe are all waiting for Randwick and its big stakes, and the numberless outsiders that rollvhome. There are sure to be payments cut -on the Tote that will make Ike and his assistant sneak home by the back lane. ? * ? ? ' ? ! Wonder if La Pcnna will go to the stud ? For, nearly two years this mare attempted to win a race round about Sydney, and carried heaps of bullion on many occasions. Last [Saturday week she hit the front at Rosehill, l-nuch to the surprise of those who knew BLnost about her. The sensation apparently appealed to her, for she did it again at Canterbury on Saturday. No risks were |||iken on this occasion, and anybo...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

h' PALACE THEATRE #1 .' KA«H KVKNINQ AT 8, ?*\TOE1! TO-MOIUIOW AND BATUIIDAY ATI (K -ifeVDSEY JAMKfi- «11-1' JACK WA1.U2H. B;J '?' Tmciit their 'Triumphant Succtm. 9' LOOK WHO'S HERE.' ',|'hi-.'; Smartest of Smart Show? for Smart 1'copic. ?'f KICEB i 3/, H, V. 1/. Kutunluys : 0/, «/, 2/, J/. tJliil'Tat). 1'Jun at NlfliM'oii'H. ? ftsjt/TTONHOLE FANCY M COSTUME CO. I All liinds of Fancy Costumes oti Hire; alto Evening Vttut lor Ladlei and UrnU. ' iMiwkt.lur Snip. ' -]}.? Sena lor Catalogue*.' I.O.O.F. TfiMPl/B, 1H0 ELIZABETH KT., EVDXEY. TIE QUAKER GIRLS' TEA ROOM 4 DAINTY AND -EXCLUSIVE. Nim.-AITEIINOON, 31SA8 AND J.U.VCIIEO.V. i y - HOME-MADE CAKES. V'.ifi2 3rd FLOOR, STRAND ARCADE. t,;? SYDNEY (Pitt Street Lift.) JHILDAMERE'S STANDARD ROSES ? ^.splendid lot, all full -*Undurds ; 30 of the bert vafifctieB. IJut on application. ?-?'.;???-. 3/0 EACH; 30/' PER DOZ. J|,-. BEGONIA TUBERS. i-1- Single and Crested, ^As.nliown In our window lost season, a Jnngnl/lcciit '. ';?'?'? ' : -?'. A...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LAW'S TWO POUNDS OF FLESH [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

THE LAW'S TWO POUNDS OF FLESH; 71.— By A. FOURNIER. Believing that on overwhelming majority of *he Australian public has been brought to feel that capital punishment is an out worn superstition ; I am encouraged to ap peal to the Government to accede to the wisnes or tne people, My purpose is to point the way for the future rather than to attack the Ministers of this or any other Government for any laches in the past Let me take as an illustration of my point of view one of the worst cases for which the extreme penalty can be awarded — the ravish ing and subsequent murder of a small child. There are always prima facie strong senti mental reasons for the slaying of the doer of such a savage deed— the assassin's victim cries with moving pathos of vengeance to Judge Lynch; Alas for N.S.W., civilisation, the final Jirdge at present, is not Judge Lynch, but the Lieut-Governor. It is the habit of Judge Lynch, in dispensing HIS brand of Justice, swiftly to put the patient 'out of hiB miser...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

W1UTE TO US WHEN YOU WANT HOOKS ON TECHNICAL SUBJECTS. ' Post Tree. ' LEGHORNS, a practical treatise oh tho ?} /*) breed, by L. O. Verrey ? U/ U wniCIHT'S BOOK ON POULTRY, 30 colored plates '»il given, tlio latent l'ouito' Club Ktamlurdf, by B. II,. Leuer and leadhiK . OQ / 8prcia11i-tf, COO paces .„ .. .. .. .. LOl m UTILITY POULTRY -FOR AUBTHALASIA,' C JO by Gordon .. .. .. .. ....... ;.. .... J'-O POULTRY AND PROFIT, by Broomhcod .. 1/R UP-TO-DATE POULTRY CULTURE, by O. f/| t 1'urton -...?.. ? ....... 1/1 INCUBATORS AND CHICKEN REARERS, ,.' how to make find manage them. Many 1 /Q ' illuitration ? .. ., ? I/O THE INTERNATIONAL POULTRY BOOK, 420 ' pages, by Qeo. Woodward, Tie- torla. TWb worlt i« cuunmeU w.th A /n most valuable knowledge ? ?? '/O POULTRY ACCOUNTS. It mso ffjvej Rcaulta and Statlsticn of AuBtralmion I /£» Laying Competition, by E. A. Harris.. I/O Pout Vtfi. jM TIM PRACTICAL POUI-TnY.KEnpaB, A ,'% rM by Lewis Wright, 812 page ? **/«* ,';JM PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
U-BOAT PROBLEM ARE DREADNOUGHTS OBSOLETE? [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

U=BOAT PROBLEM ARE DREADNOUGHTS OBSOLETE? II.— By E. ASHMEAD-BARTLETT ' (Specially written for1 The Mirror.) We have dealt with the menace in Home waters, but all nations will be faced with the problem of meeting the overseas attack. of these craft in the future. Early in the war the ' German U boats and our own E craft attained a radius of three thousand 'A miles, and German submarines from the ;| North Sea were able to operate in 4he East \ ern waters of the Mediterranean as well as elsewhere. They had to find a base. It 1 was impossible for them to make the return journey, after delivering their attack, with j, out securing fresh supplies of oil and stores. f ^ Bur there; is no limit to the size of these .. * ? rait. The submarine of the future will | , have a radius not of three thousand miles, but of ten thousand and' even more. She 1 i will be like the Deutschland and'1 Bremen, a great underwater cruiser, self-contained I and able to start on her .commerce raids,. crossing the...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE LIMELIGHT LATEST THEATRICAL AND MOVIE GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. Good Gracious, Annabelle. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

r= TNTftE ? LATEST THEATRICAL AND MOVIE GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. Good Gracious, Annabcllc. For a woman to have written and com posed Dearie ; to have gone still further and produced Egypt ; and, then, to turn round and write a real comedy such as Good Gra cious, Annabelle, well, it just goes to show that a woman's a woman after all. Like Penelope, its immediate predecessor, the new play at the Criterion abounds in brilliant speeches, which are bandied about like shuttlecocks. Most of them, however, are given to Annabelle — a part which fits Marie Tempest without a wrinkle. Although it was in rehearsal for but a few weeks, and al though this is her first' appearance in the part', Miss Tempest plays ' 'Annabelle as ' though it had been part of her repertory for years, . ,. : .-?-,? Graham Browne's Bibulous Role. Graham Browne will, I think, lose none of his great popularity with the Sydney theatre going public by reason of his present bibu lous role in the new show. .Apart from the fact tha...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AS A MAN SOWS [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

atF~ _ ' . . , . ,-, ' — '^ By M. C. RAMSAY, 1 Author of 'With Aimless Feet,' 'James Ogilvy's Experiment,' ' 'Stephen Martin, M.D., 'In Royal Service.' etc. COPYRIGHT. Pulillslied Uy an-atiBciiwt'it with CubsuII and Company; Ltil. v £Our readers are Informed that all char acter* in this story are purely imaginary, and if the name of any living person hap pens to be mentioned, no personal reflection is intended.] I ' SYNOPSIS. l'ajjini' Caiina and Jim taster, a young aristocrat, Iumi liitn uiurrk'd by SeoU law. Olio ot'Uic nftntwn, however, U ik'uil, and tttc other tut« dtsap jiohrwj. ruuliiie In abandoned, Her stepmother drltci lid- from her liume, and the gum to licr old mmse, nlio liaN innrrleil David Hosn, u mill hand. iMulino'i tlillil U born, and l'auline dies, The birth if litr sun In unknown to Mrs. Culms and to Letter. ilie iljlnii tfrl had expressed tlio wish thut tlio child hliuulfl be brought up ua 'tho eon of Duvld HoKs and Iiih v,lh, und shmild marry a tflrl of tliu wor...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUTUAL HELP BUREAU [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

MUTUAL HELP BUREAU CONDUCTED. BY AUNT BETTY. i Lady Help .writes asking how' to take: soot stains out of the carpet, caused by re moving ashes from the fireplace. Sprinkle the stains thickly, with dry salt Brush off. using a' hard bristle whisk. If -the marks: arc of long standing, -two or three applica tions may be necessary. * - . Woman Farmer :. Never, sell bones to the rag and bone man, ~ If poultry is kept, take a good heavy mallet, and with it break the bones as fast as they leave the kitchen, and the fowls will devour the smaller fragments ' and pay for them, too, in- improved appear- ! ance and better eggs. Soldier's Wife : A good, nourishing snup for the children can be served with dump . lings. For the soup taSe one pound of haricot beans, one large onion, two carrots, one small turnip, two ounces of dripping or margarine, six pints of water, - and pepper and salt. I 'Hostess : Sandwiches i for afternoon tea at* always acceptable, i .especially in cold weather.. Before spr...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THUMBS DOWN TO [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

THUMBS DOWN TO— The sil y cqidfeet who caused the cover ing of the statue of the late Prince Con sort, and have taken the chance of being; gaoled for the joke. Those of the producers of Queensland who endorsed the proposal for the curtailment of the output of butter. j ' '* All the fit and unfettered loiterers hanging ^\ on in the safety of the dug-outs of the dif ferent public 'services. , . . „- a

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR BUSY FINGERS RIBBED BODY BELT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

FOR BUSY FINGERS RIBBED BODY BELT, Mateiluls required ': 8j-jz.'(1J Cuts) J. and J. Jlald viii'n 5-ply White Heiitlier Scotch flnprorjiig wool. Two Xo. 10 .ami two No. 7 celluloid ViiittJng'necdlca. '31k following instructions arc' for a belt knitted in. Iavo pieces, liut, if preferred without n seam, m'mply commence with 200 stitches, on four needles, stocking iasliion, while following the Mime general directions. 1'or one liiilf cast 100 Btitchen on the So. 10 needles. Work, in rib of knit 1 and purl for five inches. 'llicn take the No. 7 needles and Itnit 7 more indies. Cast off very loosely and sew up the two side aeams neatly with the wool. - (The effect of using coarser needles for the last 7 inchifc is to give a rather greater width to the lower :l*lrt.of the belt. Tiic tighter jribl»in£ at the top then Icwpa the garment sn position, and the absence of a correspondingly flrni band aftlie lower edge prevents thV latter frtrni working up— a point of great import ?nee to the wea...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HATS OFF TO [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

HATS OFF TO— Generaf' Pershing, -fine border fighter of the U.StA., Who is now with the 'Sammies'' hv France. '' '' ' The. electors. of- Darwin (Tas.), who have placed the G.O.M. of Australian Unionism in the House of 'Reps.; The Minister foi.Defehce for h*i? lite- .t raHty in : the matter of the .separation al- .. lowance of wives and .mothers of soldiers.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

'?'?. .. ' ??-?..?,'.'. -, ? . . The General Secretary of the Farmers and Settlers' Associa tion- of N.S. Wales, Mr. T. 1 Campbell, one of the best-known '-' ? commercial citizens of Sydney, writes his opinion of Clements - Tonic because he says it merits it. .-._ ?. ? ? ' '~ '. ' '. ' .. ':''rH: Farmers and Settlers' Association of N.S.W., 7 O'COTinell Street ?r Sydney, ,27/7/1916. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. 'Knowing the value of Clements . . Tonic from, personal use and ex- „ perience, I do' not hesitate to give an opinion of it, simply putting into ' ? words what 1 have so often .spoken. 'I believe it to he - a very fine . nerve and blood Tonic. I know that ' - it has 'benefited me greatly. ? At various .periods my duties . are . ex- * ' ceptiohally heavy/ involving ' great - mental and . nervous - strdiii^i^and I have always found your .medicine of the greatest value- to me, having -singularly invigorating and ' rectifier- ? ative properties. -- .. : 'I make a point of recommending _ \...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

The generality of men carry out their shaving operations hurriedly, and with an old-fashioned razor or with . jiHHWtetseM^SiBiga'MJWAVwyai an inferior make of Safety RaZoi- it y^^^^^^S^^^^^^v ? is often' positive toil. With 'a good ^^^^^^^^^^^^^}ifC«^raS^v. , . Safety Razor— such as a CLEM AK, -^^^^®^^P^^^^^^» ; however, 'shaving, .instead of being ^n^^^K^^^©^^^^^^^^^^ a toilsome operation, becomes a ^^^^^^S-^i^^j^^P%^ pleasure.- The great advantage pos- -j^aS^^^^^^^^^^^' sessed by a CLEMA,K over an or- ffi^ j? 1 ySSrn*_jr Iti^'.'ffiuJlJli . dinary razor is that no stropping: tBUBBSI WlrM^&M BbBtiSt* is required every, time the razor is UBra^EffimlK^ used. With the 5/- CLEMAK are v^jJS^^BSaSS^jgfj^ps^lgmA^ - seven blades— one for every day in. - ii ' ^Mwfr- ..ttyc week— -and a few minutes At. the ^Jssjjj' week-end with a. strop will renew -.-..? . ? the. cutting edges. The blades are ' - made of the best of steel, and all the ? . ....... : - ., science of the world cannot ma...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

HAVE YOU HAD SfJFLUEfJZA? There are certain disorders ' such as in fluenza, that especially delibitate and make the body an easy prey for more dangerous' diseases. Ask those who have' had the in fluenza regarding the present condition of their health and most of them will answer : ''Since I -had influenza I have never been well.' They still have profuse perspiration, the persistent weakness of ' the limbs, the disorganised digestion, shortness ? of breath, and palpitation of the heart caused by the ?thin blooded condition in which : influenza almost ? always leaves its victim after the iever and influenza have subsided... Thcy;are._ furthermore, at the mercy of relapses and ?complications, often very serious. -In an attack of influenza there is a rapid thinning of the blood and not until the blood is built up again is complete health' 'restored. Dr. Williams' Pink. Pills quickly make the blood rich and red, drive out the lingering germs from the system, and transform des pondent inf...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

T^^-^ir^-^T'* ' post me a tin j tlLUljy^g'ttMILKMAIDtt' '$±lT~}rW BRAND , . ; , :; «pW COFFEE ft-MIUfe l::% \[-* ^^r Ziit' containing ? . '.';,-. mM ffi Coffee, Sugar and Milk ? l:/';^ ''?vSs JfLdEm in lhe rieht ProP°rt«ons. and I can1 have ; ? ? ? ? ^CTH^BcupsofCoffeewhenlamtiredlandcoId.' ^£: 'f- J/W I Requires only addition of boiling water. ' I \) \a iK I SOLD BY ALL GROCERS AND gS \5' ^o^l STOREKEEPERS - /^ T. -CJ MADE BY. NESTLE'S ,, ' \

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAG ENDS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

i — ? — ? : r ' - By JOHN DRAYTON. 1 ' We are democratising fast. Lord Dal* ' meny, eldest son of the Earl of Rosebery-3 a former Prime Minister of Great Britain — has announced by advt. in the papers that he will not be responsible for debts \J con tracted by his wife. Just as Bjll Bowyangs does when his lady outruns the constable. „? ? ..._*.. ., ♦ Bagdad is hot going Jo be of special, value- to the British as a health resort ,One of- the' periodical visitors is cholera, which, in', its best record, got away with 4000 people daily for a number 'of days when the germ'. was actively, on the job. .? ? * - * ? ? ' ♦ Too much food is bad for .the memory, and too much drink is. not recommended by the faculty. But a lot of either- or both is called 'n for to come between the memory of a man ' and the hot times he used to have in the old town. *'.'*. * It is reported that Mr. Henry Wong Pa ' Koung, of Hongkong, is the inventor of a system of shorthand for the Chinese lan guage, and has at...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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