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CABLES BLOCKED. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

GABLES BfcOCKEp. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? In many ways the most important item of war news is the announcement that all' cables from England and France to neutral - countries has been stopped for 48 hours. ' ' What does it mean? It is certainly not a ' piece of bluff. It may mean a huge trans portation of troops which must necessarily bo Jiept absolutely secret, or a continuation ? of the big offensive-in the West, or some new naval development. Things- are certainly moving,' and the. news in the coming week should, bo particularly interesting.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

I THE I' MADE WITH BRITISH CAPITAL OHLY; ?v j THE y^^Kfl ®^v v THE E©¥AL r^Afrvll 1OTAL ED1SWAN' j HH| EPISWAN' Ro; a Warrant II JjifiJ , I Eoyal Warrant I II.M. King George 1*03^ J U.M. King George iAOE BY BRITISH LABOUR. ILet us have Yonr Enqairies I for Everything Electrical, The Edison SwaaJsiifd Electric Cc. Ltd. SYDNEY OFFICE: 58 CLARENCE STREET. ,YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS SUNDAY'S ISSUE OF THE, 'MIRROR.'

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LADY EDELINE STRICKLAND AND "SANATOGEN" [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

LADY EDEL1NE STRICKLAND AND 'SANATOGEN.' .We. wrote recently to Lady Edeline Stricklaridr .-'?? Informing her Excellency that her name was being uaed on packages 6t 'Sanatogen' sold in the city, Vrhlch bora tho words 'Under tho Patronage of; Lady Strickland.' Wo expressed tho View that, In the light of tho German ownership of this artlelo ami the fact that .advertisements of It havo been : 'prohibited by the'.'JE'cderal Attornoy--G'cneral, Jher Excellency would probably withdraw h«r patron age, aa no doubt 'sha woulil not desire at this iuncturo' to aeiilat' In any way an article with Gerfnnh asjsoelatltiiiB. ?_ ? ?_??''? .,'':.?/ We havo now b«en . informeil that Instructions i have ;been Jtivcii .to. liesars. A. Wulitlnu and. Co., , the owners oit 'Sunatofren,' that Lady Edeline' Strickland'a name must not ho used In connection with ; the aale hi- this 'article, and we' liavo been thaaked toy biir Excellency the Governor,' who Jiaa mndo several referenees In public .to the hee'd'....

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

;V' 'L ' s^ ? ' ': -mBB&~ ' ' W '?'MS . . \ ' - ''- '. . W jffikrftifcSiffB? tfMERkM'S BEST, ?? * y /' JBf' '' OF ? ~.--.J;^ ^ ?fisO^W BOTTLED, BEER / ' 1 \%^ij^^^L |b2 aOfl ' ,„ '» w ^ K , Qf piecing flavor and agreeable smoothness, Blue Bibbon ' . - .. |j_^^S5fr/^&v *s£*£ ?'-W - »' I ~%lM ' ' ' ' ~' '' ,lagcr comes to you foaminff and sparkling with goodness. ? ? * ^^^^i^^^^r ^^3.^* ~^&$l I 1^* ? ?'« '' . ,''', Of a Kghj;' amber color, rich in wholesome malt, deligljjfnl to the - - ,,- K ^^^^s?^^yM^rtrlmn ^ft^W^ ' (x^i'U' rv '?',/,, - ., '*''''„ taste, soothing to the nerves, it is an ideal hot-day thirst- * ' --. -( - 1 l ' ' s ^^M^^W^f^^pi^li ' *' '''''''' '''V^* J . PUBLIC.. NOTICE, i ',.:', -'^ * ?* ^cJBBS5anMPi£iijyHK*3Sr^ 1 kt^ 11 I II 1 ^1 1 »?*!**- It having come to our notice that certain personc have madA r J - ^fSWSsP'^ I PSTI i, ,,1—, ', 41 (EJSJflWH Bm -? ?' statement* prejudicial to the Interests or Hlue Ribbon Lager, , 1 .' ' ' * — lT*^ 1 Uf'...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EVERY GERMAN IN AUSTRALIA MUST BE INTERNED. OUR HUNS. LARGE NUMBER INTERNED. BUT MANY STILL AT LARGE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

[?] OUR JSUMS. XJLRGE NUMBEB INTERNED. BUT MANY STILL AT LABGE, '' (Special to 'The Mirror.')' ??-' ..'Owing mainly, -we understand, to the * publicity given by 'The Mirroi1,' and the 'expressions of public opinion which. bavo ? been given aa a result -of the disclosure of the facts, the authorities have been moro active in interning enemy subjects. 'Wo «vfl inform m! ? tlfnfr. nv«v 40 ?Wfil'ift arrested last Sunday alone, and are now in' comparative safety behind the barbed -vire fences at Liverpool or Berriraa, The authorities are, however, neglecting the most dangerous Huns, who are still at large. The young men, with little money, knowledge, or influence, are not likely to be as seriouB a menace to° the country as those men who' have occupied official posi tions, are possessed of ample financial re sources, and, by means of their special knowledge, could, if they ehoseto do so, be .very harmful , to this country. ' '!-?..?,??? We roroi-' specially to Heir WHhclm &o . Haa...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONSTANTINOPLE—THE GOAL OF THE ALLIED FORGES AT GALLIPOLI. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

CO^StMn^^^^t^^6Mf^tiF[ : THE' .AIXIED ? FORCES . AT. GALLIPOLL r - '' This is'6fi$ of the most recent views of the beautiful harbor of Constantinople/ in which, it is « « hoped the Allies' fleet will soon be ^riding at anchor. The two f battleships which are seen lying i » ' ' ' ? * ' in Constantinople Harbor are the Hairredin Barbarosse (on the right) and the Breslau. The __ former has since boen sent to the h '* bottom by a submarine. '' 'T*' r^'; — ' ' jr-. A 'comlpulsory dip. This picture khows n number of Turkish prisoners bathing under guard. They are not at all' '] - keen on entering the water, but aro compelled to do so for hygienic reasons. i .All that was left ? of ' a' . Tiirfcish fort iifter 'this , Allies' Fleet had. - ' finished with' it^ * The Navy is co- . operating nobly ' ' ? with Sir' Ian ' Hamilton. THE EFFECT OK THE OOMBARDMENT BY THE ALLIED : FLEETS UPON THE.FORTRESS OF 8EDDUL BAHR. The sinldng of this battleship '' , .j recalls the fact that the Austra- ;? lia...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GREAT ADVANCE. A NEW WEAPON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

THE GREAT ADVANCE anew weapon; At the Eight-Hour Banquet last night, M. Chayct (Consul for. Prance) said that from private advices he believed ttfat the big . advance that the French commenced, on Saturday last was accompanied. by the use of a new. weapon that France bad been pre paring. He hoped it would have the effect of shortening the war. ??-' ' ? ? '

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUNS STEAL VALUABLE DEFENCE PAPERS. SPIES' ACTIVE WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

HUNS STEAL VALUABLE ? ? y ,DEFEHCE,PAPHISB: ' SPIES' ACTIVE WOEK. . (Special to 'The Mrror.'i . . Although we have been, asked not to. men- tion names at present, it may be stated that . important developments bjt e expected in connection with .a certain Hun, who has acted as German GonsuMn one of the Aus tralian capitals, and was a lieutenant in the German Army less than 20 years ago. Tho authorities have already traced the theft ? of certain valuable documents to this gentle man, who is alno known. to have been the ? means ot furnishing ? the Gq-rman raciiio .Fleet with coal, wireless app'ajratus, etc. Tho extraordinary thing is that this man is still at large. If he is naturalised, he Bhould be shot as a spy ; if not,. ho should be interned, 'with a special guard to see that if he attempts to get on to the comfortable, side- of the barbed wire fence his body .should riot be allowed to leave without one ur two holes through it. Other persons will: probably be implicated in some of...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

',* ? _ '^r ' i EXHIBITION OF PRIZES -$£& ART* UNION TIC KETS PRICE M* MAY BE MAD AT GRACE BROS i. it __ - , t-_. - «EHD TKfi M MIRROR3' -F©R ?? NEWS OF -THE WEEK.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

Ban de Cologne made is England , . Triple Concentre* 'Vlntrtla ' Eau de Cologne BffflB * .will bo found thh ffi^S rvery histicst _^S8Hw standard. of Eau do «iM|tEjj h Cologne to be had BR&rsmiB ' In the world SfirtSSj 1 B- eclCnUflc , f^^^fi | selection from tlie ^ JTO^rWy i world s finest oils. i wjfjjjjj^j ! tho most stlmu- I tiP&XSr - Jatlng and 1 Viitoi * | in\fgoratltH: have i W5*W I been bfended In It^p^^^ Trlpli Concentreo i. x Vfnolla Eau-de' Coloane. made in England Nofe lo»t the Name *» VlminiBw is on eTer/ battle, Soldio^to*. ?? and A oz, bottles by chemist*,, , diapers and starckeepets. 1 - -*? ' 'c\

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUBSTANCE AND SHADOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

.60B8TANCE AND 8HAD0W. S'VBeynbias Dehnteton, who. Is playing Jn tho ''Barrier' at tho; Theatre -poyat Is -. leading, b. double life. :;He;.Ia: appearing as a film actor in tho 'Loyal Rood' nt tho Crystal Palace, in additlbn 'to playing tho part of lilautonant Bvrrell ' in -Rex Beach's drama at Uie RoyaU Some br. tho 'ij befit known actors and actresses in the 5 United States and nnglahd', are partici pating In this 'Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hydo'1 business, but it Is aeldom that a player In Australia does so. , .'. . :'

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AIR—THE ALLY OF LYDDITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

AIR— THE ALLY OF LYDDITE. ' 'Air,' Diild Faraday, 'la solid If you W6 It hard enough,' -aiid extrnordlhary as ? it ' may. seeny this Is a literal fact, ? Air con» ; ( slsts oT matter just as steel or grantto does. It possossca some of- tho satno phy» , 0lcal ? charatsterlstlcs as steel rpr ) granite, '? bat, onrlnff to Its vastly inferior- density, of a. . dlffcronca almost lmmeaeurablo In degree.' ;.;:--.; - .?'..'? ? -'?'; ' I ?, ;LiU6 Bteei, air hag vrelsht, and the cy-' | cISfit pedalilnir,jsg-'icelfu'ltf olwoyB. Bupports . . I a toadiof air arajraBatltur many. tons. '* I ilko steel. It .resls.ta tho passing Hhroueh L it of another body. A projectile Btrlklns F an ?.armoured iturwt ependa miioh of Ita V energy In -heat, ,': tho sudden Intensity of H which dissipates certain of 'tho. ihetal in | moHon cplflshes. And oo a moteorioatono I encountering: our atmoHphero with Incon- ' £ celvftbly greater velocity, . eiida Its career [1 In ; the gaseous products of its own com bustion p...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DO YOU TAKE MUSTARD? A Naval Admission, [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

DO YOU TAKE MUSTARD? py 'THH MAD iWIJLAH.'- - A Naval Admission, : Captain Brpwnlow, . R,W, .has -bfica^dp; ; InS'hls.blt' for the Empire. A lot of'hlfl work has been done under the moon. At Ieaot 'that Is the natural conclusion to draw1 train his remarlto, nt tho annual erathering' 6t 'Anciont Mariners tho other. day.';.He ioia.i this gathering ot-BnU^dt vbtorano ihat ho Imdn't slept In his' own bed iilnce tho war broke but. .The '-Inter- - rnatton. was received -with cheers.' '-'.?? , 4 - ? . : ''-. .???'-.? ' ? ????'??- ' ' Thtre wae an old man ?na beat, ?? ?; . ? Who jjaid, -^I'-m. afloat, I'm 'afloat; ' -'., : When there'll ;Gerf»i«n. about, - ;:. ': ? I must keep a look-out, So {'sleep ovary, night In my boot. ? : A McGoorty Saturday Niifht. ' ^t 'nine o'cloclf last Saturday Wight' Eddie .MeQoorty punched Harry. Iteeye In the face and knocked lilm'^ut In tho Star Jllum ring; At ten o'clock lie was enjoying, a hearty, Bupper with a. party of friends, at o.-. fashionable restaur...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN AND BRITISH GOODS ARE BETTER THAN GERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

AUSTRALIAN AND BRITISH GOODS ARE BETTER THAN GERMAN. (Special to 'The Mirror.') JjfV-'. Tho following table is a practical attempt to Indicate plainly to the public jr; ? . and to whohsnalo and retail traders that the exact equivalent of German or Aus fi trian goods (made, owned, or controlled, wholly or substantially, in an enemy »S country) can be obtained from Australian or. British manufacturere. tn most ?'?'''?,' casts the latta.- produce articles of much batter quality and in many casfca much '.'. cheaper than thoir foreign competitors. . .:;v\ Many people imagine that thero is nome special value attaching to ouch names f- at 'Aspirin,' 'Formamint,' etc. This is not tho case. They arn fnerely Gorman ? ? trade marks in respect of well-known encmical compound*, anil do not involve any f'.i1. secret process or formula. As a matter of fact,' they are made equally well, or - better by Auatralian or British firms. „? ? This list should be cut out end preserved, bo that when' orderin...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SNAPSHOTS AT THE LAUNCHING OF H.M.A.S. BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

' SNAPSHOTS AT THE LASJNCIilNG ;OF H.M.A.S. BRISBANE. , (Pfaptosntplta J»r jm*ecIaJ:U'^ffir^*^,:p1ttVt6gr»pi«R) - -- ? .iV-;&-.!.;7.^v-J^fAfS'.v^.1f.«-;; . . . ' Hta ExcellonQy the Qoyvrnor-General (Sir R. Muitro Ferguton) accompanied by Mr. J. J. KtnaSattor Hsr C*cs!!^=- LsJy H,!^ K»r.r« FirSu.»/ji'»»«.na -th» sUnd after launching.' ^ 1 Lady Hoten'Munta Ferguson talking to His Excal , tency Sir Gorald Strickland, Governor1 of N.8.W. t

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUN SPIES IN AUSTRALIA. THE "MASTER" TRACKED HOW VALUABLE DOCUMENTS WERE STOLEN AND RECOVERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

pitt SPIES IN AUSTRALIA. 'V '-X&li-i f , :..-?; /; - THE 'JUASTEE' TRACKED . vf^bwIvALUABLE DOOUBIENTS WEEK STOLEN AND RECOVERED, ( Special to 'The Mirror.') In these articles some account is given of the German spy organisation in Australia, ?written by men who have acted in an official capacity, and are permitted to disclose some of the remarkable facts associated 'with the HunB in ? the Gomnionwealth. In the first article, published last week, a description was given of Steinhauer, the''5Iaster Spy,' who came to Australia in 1909 to organise the German spy' system in tho Common wealth. The BritiBh officer, who is the author of the articles, ?shared the same cabin -with . Steinhauer on a voyage from Sydney to Singapore, and had-uniqcie opportunities of watching him. . ' '_..,' In my lost article I gave, some account' of Stelnhauer's personal 'characteristics and the care with which he endeavored to' disarm suspicion In . everything except one matter, viz., the regularity w...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE GRIP OF THE HUNS. THE OSRAM LAMP. SOME FURTHER FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

IN THE GRIP OF THE HUNS. THE OSRAM LAMP. fc '. SOME FUKTHER FACTO. (Special to 'Tho Mirror.') ; In our issue of September 5 wo gave sorao par ticulars with regard to tlio Osram I^amp, and Showed that it was until recently made by a com pany in 'Which the JDeutscbo Gasgullcht Aktien KeaellBChQft of Berlin held a preponderance of ??hajres. This companyhas been reconstructed, lint tho German Interest la maintained, ana substan tial profits are being accumulated by tho manu facture of the lamp tovue handed to Germany atter .the conclusion of tho win Tho Gorman Electric Company Ltd , of England, distributes tho Osram Lamp, and' 'tho British General Electric Company, Ltd, of Australia, sells ft in tho Commonwraltli Although both these companies are nominally British, they aro satur ated wjth Germanism. , - HERR FR|Et-ktCi- VON ZELLEft, .Director' of th& jQocera] Electric Co. MO. Tha former undertaking 'was jCoundcd'by Gust&v Blnswtngar, who changed his name subsequently to...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPRING RACING CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

SPRING RAONG CARfJlVAl, ?? A full description of tho rading oh. the P^enincf ? - Ooy of tho. AJf.C. anrltj-tcamp-ilSW wift be f-)«n4 oil «-?* .; ijjago ir-aa:; *rom^thi-.;n.en. ,of :/'^t#..^imr,- -tur- i apeciallsf, 'Marplot.' whose not«« aNTatUAcU4g :' conslderai^ta attention ? In sporting clrclr*i - -; .

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWELL AND BUCKLEY LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

NEWELL AND BUCKLEY LTD. - Wo aro informed by Nowell and Buckley Ltd. that they aro not agents for tho Proivdnlk Tyres, ' the ugen-7,of which was formerly hoM by Bteffena and Noolle Lti ,

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RESCH'S LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

RESCH'8 LIMITED. Wo havo- been asked to state what Gorman aa- . soclationa there arc. It any, with tho firm of Reach's Ltd.', the well-known Sydney brewers. Tho following! aro the facts: — ' JChe ^business la, entirely owned by members of tho Resell family. The head of tho firm. Mr. Edmund Bosch, v^s born in Kocrde, Prussia, and 1b a naturalised British subject. He holds, accord--. Ing to tho last return filed with the Registrar of ComDanles. 9B.BG2 shares out of a total issued capital of £125,000. Mrs. Reach hold3 £001, Mr. Edmund Reach, Junr., 12,011, Mr. ArnoIB. Reach' 12,011, and 25 shares aro held by other persons. , Mr. Edmund Reach was at one Umo In business ?wllb. his brother, Mr. EmU Reach Cwho was also 1 ~bom In Gqrmany) as brewors at WUcannla. Whfen Mr. Edmund Reach come to Sydney, Mr. Emll Resell ..went to Melbourne,.. an-J untll:racently was managing director of tho Carlfon. United Breweries - Co. Ltd. A few months ago ho mm astted, owing ' to his German bfrth. to retir...

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