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BILL JIMS TROUBLE CHRISTMAS AT THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

Strqub^p CHRISTMAS AT THE FRONT, Vuxlerei ! 1'ietly roinvh that we lire not Illiely (o Ijo nlile to w\ any (lirlxlimi* slutt' to the boys ul the flout, Tim KMjriietlJoti that the nioni'y ?hoiiiil lie 'i'ii| to J'nif- IiiihI iinii spent Ihete Ueli on me, Why can't we liccp the money at home— tiod l.nuwi w« have not too much of it here now— and kciiiT what we win it, to send iioin AuMrall.1 V (otlldu't tile ( rnns|iorl s carry the - hrl-tnias piir(-Uf for the bov«— If tlierc are. to be any more tram put~ TWO MOTHERS. Scrapped Sobller : About llics,. ?Molhirn* Slpila's V They mm to be i«sued to llic ncxt'Of-kln of the wliller— moilier Ili'st, othen uflcr, If mother li:u mine on, 1 win hroii|;llt up by two atiiitu's — mother died when I urrlved. I can't separate them foi their care of me. ,'Wltich U to set tile incVlal V lu this (line there «lioulii be one for each. A TAILOR-MADE LEG, Loft'lei; LO'f i I linvf been prnml^ed a tullor-iiiade lcj fiu' Duinc time, uml h.-vvn'i sot ? It ,U'l....

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RIGHT ROUTE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

THE RIGHT ROUTE John Bull (to Ramsay Macdonald) : 'No, sir ; when we go to Stockholm, we'll go via JtSer _^ ? 1'J1.v'_~L]?£iE!]LJ?£H?_nd.- _!n_Jo«n Bull.)

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VERSE FOR THE DAY. MIRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

VERSE FOR THE DAY. MIIIAOK. Slowly on the purple moorland Past the Cross and Crown of thorn, Jjike a drift, of mist in moonlight ' Come the hopes of earth, new-born. By the bridge of rainbow colors Made of threads the fairies span, Come they to the shadowed place* And the stricken heart of man. '. With 'Illusion's fragile children i ' Their pale hands his tears dispel, ? AmTlte sees the aveh of morning. O'er the fields of asphodel. ? . ? —Mabel leigh-^

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WRITE TO THE MIRROR ABOUT IT DIFFERENT FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

LWI?ntroTHE MIF?ROI? VlDOUTip DIFFERENT FRUIT; Nporl ! I s*e u writer In one iif the ruln'r, ««li9 in not to Kpculi -if i lie luli.nirt :ih 1)uko». J will call them Jiii,-ililti|{ they like to order If iho-e In tlif fruit Ir.ulo wllll i;lve me wood upplei every time. 1 paid 'J/ a down for Mime on .Monday, uml three of them were wit, nnd two not mueii kooiI. Tin' Italian* In tlic NkIiUi'K Hip iiw Kient. 1 wind 1 could fay the «aiiio fur ►omc of Iliote in the fruit, line In Sydney. CLASSIFY LABOR. Worker : Now that we hnve came l» 1'ie' -'ii«1 of the main troulile, as far a» Hie carrying- on of the IiiuIhom of the Slate In concerned, I throw nut a MiiiRfation to the workers— of whom I am one. Why thonld the mini mum wi\ri- 1u-, nl-o, tlw maximum 1 Why ure we not. allowed to classify ourselves 1 Why Mionld a topnotch muni in mi v trade 'iiuve to work at lliu pint' ret liy a duffer V ,AnU, above all, why should the sooii man have to lie eoittciit wllii the pay of the wor.-t man on tlii'...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SWEDEN'S QUEER PERFORMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

SWEDEN'S QUEER PERFORMANCE. There is nothing really surprising in the discovery that Sweden has been committing a gross breach of neutrality by transmitting Germany's code-messages as her own. Ger man influence is predominant in Sweden,- and the great mass or proportion of Swedish sym pathy has been pro-German from the begin ning. The surprising thing is that the Allies did not long ago put it out of Sweden's power to do this sort of mischief. German diplomacy lias no morals, and Sweden happens to be a convenient and easily available tool of German intrigue. The facts are such as it will pay Australia well to note. It may be that it is not-mcrely Germans we should intern. In New Zealand , recently a well-known Danish citizen was sent into camp out of harm's way. It is possible tnat here and there about Australia are a few Scandinavians that it. would be well to tie up. However that may be, Sweden is now ex posed, and should not have much more chance of getting into mischief. ^ A Sta...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANZACIAN[?] '"ALES FROM THE TRENCHES. HE WAS A WESLEVAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

&NZA.C1AN# ''ALES FROM THE TRENCHES. I IK WAS A WKSil.KYAN. fli!« ifinN lil--.' one wo liiivt- luiil iiliMlllcT wii,\\ lint /!?-? wi-Iiit fir.iii'iiiili'i' it us 1'kMi from lliu mini uf his own -.'X|iiTi('Mfr-' ii t tin' front. Olio nf lliu reinforce ?u.t-iit — lii*- -'ii w«« tlit-rc lii'fiui' lie hitIviiI— oltji'i'U'il to m- nini'li 0- — il ilrllllnif. Kiiltl lie i-iinii' out 1o llRlit. mill mil I' li'iirn u.viiiiiiiMic' work. 'How nlil arc you V' ii'l-i'i| tin- -I'li'i'iuil, 'Kmiv-fivc.' 'Well, tlic lloimiiiv it I to ilu this Kiml ill thins when they were (1:1. ??Hut I'm mil a H'jniiiii,' buitl the old chap. 'J'ni u Vi-li'.» ? '

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PLAIN AUSTRALIAN PARSONS OUT OF PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

PLAIN AUSTRALIAN ? PARSONS OUT OF PLACE. Ths Mirror has the greatest respect for the Christian Church..in all its sects and sections. With all cordiality of gratitude this paper admits Civilisation's debt to Christianity. These ars matters beyond question among men of good-will. But It has to be admitted that occasionally of late, parsons and priests have turned aside from their primary tasks and responsibilities to meddle unfortunately in the arena of public affairs. In every such case the mistake has probably been due to failure of discretion, and not to fault of heart. There was, for instance:, Dr. Mannix's unfortunate utterance, now famous. It did nothing save to increase sec tarian bitterness and prejudice. But it was ..^ell-intended, for of the Archbishop's integrity there is no shadow of doubt. Then we had a vvildly disloyal outburst from a priest in New England, who might surely have known better. And, last of all, we had the Dean of Sydney inflaming the mood of strikers. Th...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAST OF THE RE[?]MENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

LAST OK T1IK UKUIMKNT. A|. An/:', write- : '!)n Mil lei u- «-M liltf he.nl, e\en i! .\e li.'sr -em W.;iili..||« (.lit iiinl -fen l.ul ten men nf limit .'Hie him e. I Imve jr«l rein) .1 story ol' 11 ,lti|iii'. ie in.ivi ? 111 whiili Hilled to me In tiike 'j IV my lint In 1 lie liille lirnwii nun In the l(iisMi-.lii|iiinr-r wii. ;i ri'uiiiieni Uii- i.nlereil In lulie il hill. When tile tt.ril v.:\- uiwn the 1 1 ; ? : 1 v.enl oil' tile mull- Till- IioiiimIs ;.ll|.|' IMllie. 'J'WII |iriVil!l'- illl'l t lit II- Mlll.llUTII WIJM IIiImIikIi I' the i.'i.m .-live. Tin.' 11-t of tin: re^iini'iil iv :iv ,|,,'ai, ! Tl'ev'e i- ii rule in .liipan Hint 11 uililier Mi review imi-l not earry Milc-iiiiM-1, nnle^ ^!icn t lit'l. An rx e|, linn wn- iniiili.' ill (ii.'or nf l!il« lejiiineiil wli.i: vii. led ,,: il. Tie three eiirrieil the -teel |nist 1 lie liiri'ei-nr. Ilii:- olV UKiiin !''

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

ATLAS ASSURANCE COMPANY LTD. STANDS PRE-EMINENT FOR SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS AND FAIR TREATMENT OF CLIENTS. CLAIMS PAID EXCEED £30,000,000. FIRE - ACCIDENT - WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION. ATLAS BUILDING, 8 SPRING ST., SYDNEY, OUY H. HRATH.. -Maiuujftr Cor N.5W,

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RO[?] ON THE [?]OR-E. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

lilinHI ON TlIK ]|()ll-K. f),er Unic Hi'1 ho.v- ii 11 ' li.inl drivm. None or the ruil.vay ^imaei- i.f ihe ..],] 1 iiui'- v.n- hiili us nu'jtli on 1l.i- ini'ii in tin- distill;; il- i- the nitnuer of 11 1e;i:n 01 jiii!'.'!i-liir.i!]i'il- ;i1 die liimt. line o! ihe.e v.n- over 1. ..l.ir,u hi- io!i when he not ii ed 11 i-lui|i who ili'l mil rrr.n to lie in .1 hurry. ??What, ilo yon think y'r here lir :' he ilii.iiimied. 'TliiliU till- is a re-l-enre plui- V im-'i t It 11 li.ii'l In tin- li|i mi I jid line1.; In it. -|iili'K !' Tki- dll.i'i' ili.l not 111-ii I . il. Whereupon the yanjier ii;.|. II.' mn'iVeil the lioi-e, whin tie iii-.\-L him] was Ciiiiiu nut. ivii him ilo-.vn tu ihe lip, -winm1 over tlic le.i ?? t.i tip the ilnij lint i.lil not l,il-i' mil the' 1 ii il - Iiillil. Oven welil the lot - linr-r, eiir:, .Illil eillltillU nf ?11 ,. leliirle. 'Von ilo ael 11 liil of pare on t.h.i: Wiiy.' -'i1ii-.\leil Ihe An-ti,iliiMi ; 'Ijiii iiin't il a hit ninth 'H tl.e lll--kl.' .''

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

Hlfilij^V M/JN/IGER: WE MUST ECONOMISE W ?Mpt\^\ foreman: wmy not instil. B I AUSTRALIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC COY. I I Mazda House, Corner Wentworth Avenue and Gouiburn St., Sydney I H Corner Queen & Little Collins Streets. Melbourne. 'Phone City 2646 H

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRAYED AGAINST PRIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

TMMYI-n AfiAI.SST I'lMDK. One i,!1 ihe Dominion si-lir- wji- luiill.v -'na-he.1 liy ;i t' ell which IniM in '.he region in which she n.i- work in-- nir.oiur I he woiniileil. Her Ii j;- were luoken, airl Iiiii|ii'lii1inn whs onlere'l. The -iiiTcon liioke 1he kiiI )!i-h - jjnitl.v. Ami siie Inineil uaiiy mill pr.iycil iha; (.he inif!-!n he |ii'i'-er.i'il iroin priili.' ill her injerie- I

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TALK OF THE TOWN The New Governor. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

TALKonntlDWISi BYTATLER^ The New Governor. There was considerable surprise expressed amongst my friends at the choice of the new Governor of N.S.W. It was fully esrpected that on this occasion, after the experience with Sir Gerald Strickland, a departure would be made from the Crown Colony type. Experience in the Seychelles Islands, Ceylon and New foundland can scarcely be described as a fit ting preparation for the Governorship of the Mother State of the Commonwealth. I say this, of course, without desiring to reflect on Sir Walter Davidson's personal qualities, which, for all I know, may be admirable. As Conciliation Commissioner. Mi- J. B. Holme's patience, legal training, courtesy and conciliatory manner fit him ex cellently for his duties os Conciliation Commis sioner, and it seems a pity that his duties in this respect have not been brought more into play before, rather than after an industrial stoppage. Mr. Beeby, the Minister for' Labor and Industry, is, of course, also a so...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]RALLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

XATril.M.I.Y. S r;:ciint to recruit ???? p.iraiV, who lonkcil a- if nijinceil in n ll,v-irii|i|iin-i' i-miii-l : 'Vonr mriiilh'.- -viili- oj en.' 'I 1 ? w.' h.i. the perleclly cahn eonnnenl ©a Ihe inlorinaliiin. I ojieneil il unveil.'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE S.D.L. Internationalism and Blasphemy A NEW ORGANISATION [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

TUK1 C Fk I Internationalism and Blasphemy A NEW ORGANISATION 1 -4 The I.W.W. has been declared an unlawful association. Its organ, Direct Action, has been suppressed ; its headquarters have been closed ; over SO of its members have bean imprisoned. But. its principles are still being propaganded, and its pernicious influence is EtiU being spread broadcast. The first number of The Social Democrat. An Exponent of International Socialism and Indus tiial Unionism, described as the official organ of the Social Democratic League of N.S.W., has come under our notice. We have reason to believe that an investi gation will show that a considerable number of the members of the Social Democratic League have strong I.W.W. tendencies, or have been more or less active supporters of that body. THE DOCTRINE OF INTER NATIONALISM. The League preaches Internationalism, and one of the four principles on which it is based Mrs. T. H. Kelly, who organised the floral march at the War Chest Fete at the Sydn...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

THE SPIRIT OF QUALITY T-.. _. ? , — '~ ? ~'~ ? _^ ' celebrated Gin is specially GW ¥ D 'E* *%F ^ C! T'^ TT^ '%J^ f** ¥ IVT recommended h the medical 1 1 iffl H I ^% I 3 W%- K ' m V I ®m fraternity for those suffering JL MmM ML& JLodi M KJF M*r *1 A ^W*^ A A V from KIDNEY COMPLAINTS SEE THAT YOU GET 'GILBEY'S,' IT IS IN FRONT OF ALL OTHER BRANDS AND RHEUMATISM. ? ? ? ? : ? TUCKER ic CO., SYDNEY. SOLE AoLvTS.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RAILWAY MEN WHO SIGNED ON [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

THE RAILWAY MEN WHO SIGNED ON Scene at the- Eveleigh Railway Shop last Tues day, when a large body of strikers resumed work. I I A successful floral fete was held at the Sydney Town Hall on Tuesday in aid of the War Chest. The pictures show : (1) Helpers at Mrs. C. E. Waters' sweet stall; (2) Brigadier-General Lee (State Commandant), Lady Maitland (who organised the fete), and Capt. Glossop; (3) A group of actors and actresses. Back row : Mr. G. W. Desmond, Mr. Trevor Jones, Mr. G. Marr Thompson, Mr. Harry Wootton, Mr. Field Fisher, Mr. Sydney James, Mr. Frederick Ward, Mr. Harry Burcher. Second row : Mr. Cyril Maude, Miss Madeline Rossiter, Miss Cecil Bradley, Miss Gracie Lavers, Miss Bessie Beatty. Front row : Miss Flossie Lusk, Miss ? Doris Massey, Mr. Alfred Turner, Miss Peggy Thorne; (4) Three busy bees; (5) helpers at Mrs. Sargent's orange stall; (6) helpers at Mrs. McLachlan's stall. FLORAL FETE AT THE TOWJf HALL

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

THEY SAY Thai Mr. Holman will arrive in time to pro nounce a benediction on Ministers who have had to handle the Labor trouble in his absence, * ? » That a strict examination of all matters in connection with the operation of the Voluntary Workers' Association is needed in all interests. That Japan may be permitted to take a hand in the restoration of proper conditions on the Kussian fronts. * * * That U is high time the unsightly band stand in Martin Place was pulled down and replaced with a work of art. * * ? That the Barrier miners in declaring beer white have shown that zeal will not be allowed to run ahead of discretion. That the actual loss in unearned wages due to the cessation of labor will figure out to over a million, - m ? That Victorian pickpockets and others' of the light-fine.ercd who come to Sydney ior profit arc down for a bad time with the men of the C.I.D. That the indiscriminate issue of wine licences will make for the establishment of a number of undesirable shan...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

Reduce Your Butter Bill BY USING GOLD MEDAL CONDENSED MILK On your bread instead of butter. lib. Butter costs --16?, 1 tin GOLD MEDAL MILk 9i Saving per lb. - 9d. It is a pleasant change. It is a FULL CREAM MILK. It is more digestible. It is Absolutely Pure. It is Made by NESTLE'S.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR CHEST AND ZEPP RELICS LATEST PICTURES OF THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

WAR CHEST AND ZEPP RELICS LATEST PICTURES OF THE WEEK The top pictures show a group of helpers at the War Chest Floral Fete at the Sydney Town Hall last Tuesday and Wednesday. Underneath are relics of the Zeppelin brought down by Capt. Robinson, V.C., which are to be sold for the Old Gold and Silver Fund. The bottom picture shows one of the new Tote buildlings at Randwick.

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