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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

TIHXK WHAT ? ?'Wliut do von think or Ktlu'L's ili'osa?' 'It ilocs inakf yon tliinh, iliiosu't ll?' I A RAZOR TRIUMPH At ANTHONY HORDERNS' j~~^^''~^^^ - ? l--^.^...^...:1-.-....^'is Tlu' phenomenal popularity of (he llllll'^*^ llliilr '''ijr DURHAM DUPLEX SAFETY RAZOR, sold §=^=:ii~''~''-«!s!jA dlllr^I? '~Jll K ' 'ie wor'd ovcr f°r 21/,' has led (o intro ^-*sP ^ ^--^LJfflll!^^^-^C duclion of (he ^ 1 J*^~~ , ''^ ';:^W^™^.™!!!H!t!t;.'.*T:'^;r DURHAM DOMINO R-V/OIt M^in^nnqfj'iof.l Jfc...... -'; ~ ««???»»£* This Razor is made specially for DUR fc^^^SC^^f^—^—^^B^I ' HAM DUPLEX BLADES, and, except for Illffr^i^^^S^^^i (he handle, is identical with (he high ^m==s=s^-^~~^JlL- ? ??.'-?'''I DURHAM' DUPLEX BLADES are manu THE COMPLETE OUTFIT. ' ^'.'f f tUe f™1 ?«;*?»«'* f el« correctly tempered, ground on two edges, | and perfectly honed and stropped. The blades may be stropped by using the blade hotter attachment. When a blade loses keenness, strop it. DURHAM DOMINO RAZOR OUTFIT, comprising S...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRANCIS BIRTLES ATTEMPT TO BREAK MOTORING RECORD FROM FREMANTLE TO SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

FRANCIS BIRTLES ATTEMPT TO BREAK MOTORING RECORD FROM FREMANTLE TO . SYDNEY. Francis Birtles, whose interesting series of articles have been published in the Mirror dur ing the past few weeks, has telegraphed to us from Fremantlc that he proposes to start by motor car on the return journey from Fremantle to Sydney next Wednesday, and hopes to break the record and perform the journey within a week.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CLUTCHING HAND INFLUENCE IN AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

THE CLUTCHING HAND INFLUENCE IN AUSTRALIA In the next issue of the Mirror we hope to commence a series of articles, entitled The Clutching Hand, dealing with the influences in the life of Australia, which are calculated not only to promote danger to the national inter ests of the Commonwealth in connection with the present military struggle outside our shores, but are destined, if unchecked, to make for decadence from 'every -p/jint of view— national, intellectual,, social .and economic.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OTTO SCHULTZ Flagrant Case of a Disloyal German [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

OTTO SCHULTZ Flagrant Case of a Dis= loyal German In the Senate last week Senator Pratten asked the following question : Is Otto EcIiuHt;, a natural'sed ffcniuui, wlio \vaa ? , fined £& in Sydney for iillliy and dlsloyul lunguuge, | n11H at large, mid, H not, viicn wus lie interned V j To which the Minister replied: i, It I1119 rlicen nwrUliX'd that 11 natiir.ili-.ed tiiTinan named Otlo HuliulU wai ronvliti-d for ihIiik olisn-nu ; liAiirunifo In . 11)10 ill Sydney, lie lius not. hecu In itemed. The circumstances in this case were made public some time ago. Evidence was given in Court that the man was asked to produce his naturalisation papers at Victoria Barracks, Sydney. He attended at the Provost-Marshal's Office, and with an arrogant, offensive air which. left nothing to the imagination with re gard to his sentiments, threw the papers on the table with the remark : 'Here are my ? naturalisation papers. Now you can tell Billy Hughes to ? ? ? .'? (The expressions actually u...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MODES AND MEN NOVEL STRIKE IN DREAMLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

MODES AND MEN NOVEL STRIKE IN DREAMLAND By FRANK MORTON. 1, JfHM ?'i Gentleman P«'ed at his cigar and half-closed one eye to examine his youneish looking feet. Then he began to talk laZfand . I was content to let him ramble on. AN AGE OF SENTIMENTALISTS. 'I suppose that really. it is an an* r,r L...1 mentahsts. I know that all my prejudices run in favor of the bottom dog. When any chap says he's downtrodden I have a wild impulse to kick at random in his behalf ; and so, I suppose have you. My barber was talking to. me to day. He is a very deft fellow, and I am his debtor for much comfort. He said : 'Skill counts for nothing nowadays. I'm a Unionist, I am. I have to be a Unionist, whether I want to or not. It's in the hair. SITTING DOWN AND THINKING. ' 'But sometimes a bloke sits down and does a think. A wharf-lumper can make more in 24 hours than I do in a week, and 'c ain't got to 'ave no skill. Nar, look at me. I have to Fcrve five or six years before I'm fit for my job. 1 have to...

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

ABOUT PEOPLE 'T ?'— t ? ' By THE CLUBMAN. Trouble Ahead. Another Sydney girl who married into the nobility is not having too rosy a time. The coming separation of 'his lordship' and 'her ladyship' is at present the talk of London. Her maternal grandfather was a milkman, and her paternal grandfather was a coachman. The hus band has recently! got a good appointment at Dublin Castle, and it is said that the Irish aristocrats didn't like the thought of the family. The Australian was well .gilded, they said, but her connections were too impossible. An Anniversary. The latest shock to Sydney society is that someone has discovered — or thinks she has, the same thing for the purpose of gossip — that a well-known naval widow took unto herself a second husband on the anniversary of the day on which she lost her first. The thrice-wedded husband has not a monopoly of that sort of thing, it seems. Mr. Mackenzie Fairfax (well known out here) struggles with him in London for limelight. There are t...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HE DID NOT KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

Hi: 1)11) NOT NNTIW. Tn lio-pitil in Miineheter one of our hoy. wa- liiiiMnir Ftronu' love In a ilainly inr-c, who iliil not nlije:-i, : iu---e li.vi'-iniikliis .-eeinoil- lo Ix-lji alonn hi- cure. lie an-. Mi-inn-, mid Inlil her ,11. She hnipheil. 'Dli. .von Aiwlrnliiin. 1 Vou'lc iilil.i-. I luivi: lieen Inlil Ilinl ill vi nr own country 00 r; o ? t you hn- ii itir) in i'\eiy ?' iiwii. Is Unit inn1 ''' 'I iliiniiii.' -iiiil the sick 111:111. 'There'.-- luls 0' vow 11. in AiMnilia where I'll- never bun.' ??Sow. .lohnny.' sii.l the inolhir of tlic wiling liu-l'— tn Ihe liille liny pie, I, 'I want you 10 feel perfcilly nt Inline.' 'Illill' ni-o.vl.-l .InlilihV. 'I ilnll'l walll In feel Ul btunr. I want tn have 11 C''l time.'

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

HATS OFF TO— Mr. J. B. Holme, Industrial Registrar, for his eflbrts to settle tlic strike. ? The custodians of the War Chest, whose work in the interest of our soldiers is appreciated by the men. M. Kerensky for his efforts to save Russia once more.

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

THUMBS DOWN TO— Biookfieid, M.L.A., for using what the Speaker held to be a blasphemous expression, in the course of debate. Genera] Kornilov, of Russia, for attempting to control the Russian Government. Any of the rrofiteers who is making famine prices for necessaries of which there is a strike fahortage.

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 Hand of the up=to=date Man and his ' Swan ' Pen. Men really modern in their ideas use 'Swan' Pens because they enable them to do more and better work with less trouble. In fact, the possession of a 'Swan' Pen by a professional or a business man is a sign of his progressiveness. You will find the ' Swan ' a big help and as reliable as it is splendid to write with AUSTRALIAN PRICES: .Standard Pattern with Safety Pattern with Slip-on Cap. from 12/6 Screw-on Cap. from 15/ ' OJ all Stationtrt and Importers. Illustrated Catalogue post free en request. MABIE. TODD & Co.. Ltd., 79 & 80. High Holborn. London. Eng. Manchester, Paris, Zurich, Toronto, &c. Svdnev— (Wholesale only) a.l5a, George Street, London Factory— 319-339, Weston Street, S.E. Associate House— Mable, Todd & Co., Inc., New York and Chicago. ENGINEE11INI* BdCMiS QUALIFY YOl'KSEI.F KOI! A BIG JOB BY STUDY IXO A GOOD BOOK. HKI.OW A 1 f 1 1 SOME OK SPECIAL MliMT. l'OSTAGE KXTHA TO NEW JSIiALAM)...

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

NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES. Forthcoming releases include The Taint at the Crystal Palace next Monday 5 Time Locks and Diamonds, at the Lyceum on Saturday ; The Sawdust Ring, at the Lyric on Monday ; The 'Self-made Widow, at the Lyric on Thurs day; The Stolen Treaty and The Broadway Sport, at the Empress on Monday. * * * June Elvldge, who is at present starring sue cessfully as the vampire woman in The Whip, will be seen 'all the week, commencing to-day, at the Lyceum in support of Carlylc Blackwell in Youth, a five-act World drama. Miss Elvidge appears as the girl who causes a young man to tealise his unworthiness and make a fight against fate that brings him out a veritable Amazon. » « ? Anna Lehr, who will be remembered by pic ture-goers for her work in Civilisation's Child and The Bugle Call, has returned to Triangle, and will appear in the leading feminine role opposite Jack Devereaux in a picture now being produced under the supervision of Alan Dwan at the Yonkers Studio. ? ' « * Wh...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
At the Movies Why Is Broadway Cruel ? [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

At the Movies Why Is Broadway Cruel ? There seems to be no reason why New York's famous Broadway should be selected as the r.treet where all romance ends in disaster ; but, just the same, whenever there is a tragedy to occur in the life of a woman or a man it inevitably happens on Broadway. In fiction mainly, but also quite commonly in fact. A real human disaster forms the basis for The Broadway Sport, a five-act Fox drama, starring Stuart Holmes. ' In his native village the man is looked upon as the champion idiot, but when . fortune corrtes his way he travels to the metro polis, and unwittingly introduces to Broadway a manner of living that had never before been equalled. If Desmond Turns Crook. If William Desmond ever decides to leave the bright lights of the studio and enter on a criminal career, he will be in a position to be come quite the cleverest crook the world has yet seen. In his latest Triangle play, Time Locks and Diamonds, Desmond was instructed by a ''lifer' who was ...

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

DEATH. Brunton Stephens. No nitlilos- wreeUer of linrinnnioiii order j no alien lii-art of dHcon) ami ia|irlc-c ; A brekonini: li|jhi upon the lilissful Border ; a kindred delimit of law mid jieuee.

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

SEPTEMBER. : Henry Kendall. C'rry WintiT huh koix- like a wturltonie {,puesi, arid, lie hold, for icpa.vini.nt, . ;? September ioiim'S in with the wind of the west, and the Spring in hrr nilnifiit ! Tlic ways of the froM Jiuvc liren lill.'d of the flowers, ?w'hllp the forest dtoovwt . iVUd wincp. with the halo of iijallno hours, and the, music of lovtTF.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THORA'S SONG. Adam Lindsay Gordon. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

THORA'S SONG. Adam Lindsay Gordon. riiy void' in iny our rtill mingles, with Die volecs of wlili-p'ring trws. . : . ? ? Thy lilss on my t'herk Mill llii|;l-'s »ith each lilsi ot tlic SniiniUT luctve. . .-?' *: Wl lie dreams or tlio lwst arc thronging; fur Filli'laiiec oi flindc? in vain, I mil waiting-, watehinif, and longing— lliou cmne't not bitt-k jitrnln. ' ' ?

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

NUTS & CHESTNUTS ? ^ ? Johnny .Tones, the office boy, had been detected in a lie. H was not one of the ordinary prevarications of the everyday world, and, woroovvi', to make the crime more utIcvqus ),e had persisted in adhering to his original mendacious t-tuU-iueut, 'Do you know, my lad,' asked a fatherly clerk, in a kindly fashion, 'what becomes of young lads who trifle with the truth?' 'Aye,' wits the assured reply, 'bosses fend them out an travellers when they grow up.' ? * * 'Women Yiave Tory little senss of Innuor,' said the cold-blouilcil citizen. 'J don't know ubotit that. Henrietta can see a joke as quickly as anybody. Every time the children tall: about want ing t« grow up to he smart and Imluvliious like their lather she laughs.' ♦ ? * ? 'The servant that works for me must br very, very economical,' said the boarding-house mistress to the applicant for work. 'I'm fciich a our, ma'am,' promptly returned the applicant, 'Indeed, me last mistress discharged me for bei...

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

PLEASANT VERSES. Miss Ella McFadyen has written a number of little war poems, and now publishes them collected under the general title of Songs of the Last Crusade. The little book is being sold for the benefit of the War Chest and various comforts funds, and as it only costs eighteenpence it should sell readily. Miss McFadyen has some grace of diction and very genuine sincerity. She sings from a full heart, honestly. The verses, or many of them, appeared originally in the Mirror and various Sydney papers, where they attracted notice. The point to be stressed is that they deserved notice. They are vastly -superior to the average of their kind in these days when the writing of war verses has become a settled habit of the nicer suburbs. Here, for a taste and fair sample of quality: And some fool whimpered that they died In vain ! W-hi'i'--af;er enme :i womjn with bowed head, Siel- for the MNiiind'-red beauty -il the dead, And asked, 'fan eurtli Im- ever rich njiaiii 1' 'l'nto the. imm...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHY NOT? Douglas Sladen. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 15 September 1917

WHY NOT? Douglas Sladen. ife w.ii her lover Hue who urged her »o — Why should not wattle do for mistletoe V A io-e check rosier prew, ro'clipsi Im-atiied low ! Kim;e. it. is thfiit— untl j on — I htirclly know why wattle fihuuld not do,

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

LIFE. E, B. Loughran. Mali lives aimic ; Flar-Hku taeh ion) in its own orult eirele* ever ; Myriads may by or round It roll— tlic ways may meet, but mingle never. SeK-)io!-cil, eiti'ii ami iw conv-e y-ui-\ii's in His lit or ilnrlc, comi-nnio7iless ; Drop into drop may blend tin.1 dews— the spirit's law Is lonuline**.

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

COT HER OW..V WAV, A bachelor wui r?-enlly travelliiiK In a tra incur with a married couple pi' hi.; acquaintance. It was a rainy morning. The youni; wife had her umbrella well out of the wiiy of -l liostt who passed down the car, but an (iivkivaril boy on hi* ivay to the door manaifcd to fall ever it and break il. 'Oh, I'm so tony !' shimmered the 3ud. 'Never mind ; I'm sure it wasn't your fault,' ami the lady smiled up at him without a traee of anger or even irritation on her Jae. 'Well, I must say your wife is an anisel !' exclaimed the bachelor ?warmly. 'Most 'women would liavo withered that clumsy follow with a look, if they hadn't Ho.pre.hcd him with wonU.' 'An angel, is »he V' said the married man, as he picked up the broken umbrella and smiled quizzically at bis wife. 'She uiuy lie, but — she's ?wanted a neir umbrella for a month, and now the know* I'll have t» set it !'

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