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Testing the Skilly. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

TTeaMas 'th» Slkilly. : Tho children are great favorites at tho camps, and this small cook is. - lending a hand to tho camp cook^-(Photograph taken at Natronal'Park!) , .

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"THE CITY OF BIG THINGS." A ROMANCE OF BUSINESS LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

L 1HL LI J I Ur tflb inlNud* ?r i ? - T A ROMANCE OF BUSINESS LIFE. ? , (Special -o 'Tho Minor') Imagine Gcbrga-^ii-eet, Sydney, ai It *u tn the Tear'lBfiS. 'Trttvprte It front the harbor side on linkway \iat, throach. tho city until }ovT reach No -!03 Gcorge Btreet . West. Hit-;r, . t^o, unpretentious-? looking shop, -with its frontage of IBfL'to the street and its depth of 45ft., and note i She two young men behind tho counter, Businesslike! alert atiU . courteous -to cus tomers. Then take a span of thirty years In yoqr stride,' and see the same, two men' an they nrc to-day; no Wfjer young, but Btlll as alert and courteous as ever. See them , The shop in which Messrs. Grace Bros, commenced business in 1815. ? in their offices, surrounded by a large jataff of clerical assistants, controlling n business that requires 161 acres of floor 'eptico to accommodate; the god in the 1 machine to over 2000 men and women. There you 7iav« the-Slfo story of twa successful men; a story that conta...

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

/;8EHb us Ytttlj: SNAPSHOTS. . -. Tho Editor of 'Tho Mirror' will. „ bs pleased io receive for publi ' cation Interesting photographs fay both Amateurs and Profes sionals. Payment will bo made for photographs accepted; - films will, if necessaryt be developed free of chsroc, apd originate will Be returned. If desired. - Snapshots relating io men ,or events ot the front will be specif oily welcomed.

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

EMharo maun ^xmrmmmwmmtcauBdbmuaiBirMiutH MmHBJWlWTiflWfifflt.'MIHI'iiaaa— — ^ ? - ' OPEN ENTRIES CLOSE !5th OCTOBER. 1 - In connection with, the Artists' JExliibit^on now being held - 'at Messrs. Grace Bros., it Iras been suggested by Mr, Julian ^ Ashton, the Chairman p£ theX'omnitttee of Artibts,-td hold an - *' Amateur Photographers' Competition of the Pictures now on - '. display. , - .' * ' r ' ? ' ' - ' V The Competition is open to Amateur Photographers,' ^nd ,j' ; ] all who intend to enter must bring along their Camera and take \ a photograph of any Picture now hanging in the Gallery.' One / or more Photographs may be sent in, bnt only one Prize can --?:, be won by any one Competitor; ! /£ The photograph can be any size, and materials can bo '- ';: purchased anywhere. It can' be developed and printed- any- *' , v where, and by anyone-. , .. , . , , ., ,. , - s , . t The Editor of 'The Mirror' or some competent Photo- * 'J grapher will judge as to the best Photo. -v ? ' t , ] ...

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

8 -if our Diamond Jubilee Demonstration' | Sports and Art Union e^Tho™**. 'j DRAWN OCTOBER 30, 19JB. (By sanction of tlio Attorney-General). ; *-f ^MW[ £850 DIAMOND TIARA K3» J| I MmPwa ' SBffiBl 'HllB»»»rfii!y Jewellery Kstublisliment, Georec-strcct, CltyH '?'?'?'%» jfmm'W iiiiii ^flPSIP* (opp. Central Hallway Station), who wlltl ? Via ?Jasrmlkml '? ? SsS/SII TJMlr Guarantee It to be full value, £S50. TheltfT ? '*«s IW MmM Hill - window full of S-Hour Prizes is Worth I/v.' J--:'f.Si I ffl lB '~$£n 2nd Prize, value £450; 3rd Prize, value£300( and 397 other ? ^.-. -,? ' ''ViM 'Jffll iBF i'JfSTiti Valuable Prizes ranging in value from £150. . ? ... '.'?'* '-jeHJ ffm ^ISJ TO-MORROW'S PROCESSION WILL BE THE ? '? ;..' JSS 88 '0^S GREATEST EVER SEEN IN AUSTRALIA. - . ^ , V;^ H Hiifll Ninety Trade Societies participating; Bands. Banners, anil .. ? , ''.''MM USB* ' sHaffl Bannerettes; Tableaux and Inspiring Displays; will leave ' ' ?' -;f 6 bBHl Pilii Town' Hall, Sydney, at 9.30 a.m., ana p...

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

HOW TO AVOID ^ICS HEADACHE. Many people suffer arFeeular' Intervals from aicJt.lieadaclie. Gonerally they can tell hours in advance when an attack is coming on.' The iroublo 1b caused by. ac- cumulation tat ? poison In ? ? the ' digestive organs, and when a certain poliit Is reached this poison- produces nausea and.the at tack follows. '?,... if sufferers wouia take a dose of,Pink ettes, tUj-.ttew.7lWA%e,-at inte.HralB,-t)ieS8 dlstre?aljig''af tacks may bo; avotdeA. ;P.ink- ettes are 'd^tifttjr'lItae.^imgW'ricoB^iM. .ovals that arouBt;no feeling, inf rep'uisJon,' and they; acCso^ :|ienUir tJitttTtltey'dre^tH^-JIdeol .IstxWivV. to', use' in correcting! ? V .'tendency to slclj , hei'uaeheri They hayo.hpV uh pleasaiit;efi'ect to. make them pbi^qtlonablo to the--' extra Bcnsitive sjplcriieajaa.cho}.pa tlentV- .. pidrfiishioned' :hb.r«B'; purfedtives wlii .npt;dd «t nllMn. such caseB.v.'.Jt you would like' to try them nend/fo^ra Jfreo sample to-the Dr. Williams'. Medicine Co., Sydney, ii...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPENING OF SPRIG RACING CARNIVAL AT RANDWICK [?]ETIGNE WINS THE DERBY. WOORAK[?]S RUNAWAY VICTORY. EXCITING FINISH IN SPRING STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

'OPENING OF SPRING RACING CARNIVAL AT SAMDWICK. iCETiaE WINS TfE DERBY. IwoorakIs runaway victory. H eXciTINQFINISH.lN 8PRIN'di STAKES. By 'MARPLOT.' ? IH 'Derby Day' at Randwlclc. Immediately nils conjure -1 up thet memory of many a HfflP'easant outing when champions, whoso wHnames are now but a memory, wcro t&o rahcroca of the day. TBo veteraa will refer fflto those old-time oolta with the prldo of JHa pevaonal knowlcdsro of them ,ana Bd Mcanneyer bo brought to believe that the Hgrunners yesterday ara their oauals. But Rttnow, Just as was tha easo decades ago, JHDerby Day is ono of the most popular ^Sjutinga witb_ patrons of Rand wick. The TjBinnual contest for three-year-pld supre [Wmacy proved yesterday just .* aV sreat a bOTmaenot; as ever, .oven though for weeks [fffiirior to .the race tho .Blue Ribbon was iKonsldered wrongly ,as it turned out, to IBbo at the mercy of one horse. Certainly flntho crowd was a long way short of being Wm. record ono- in point of size, but ...

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

RESULTS IN BRIEF. Hurdle Hace.— Diavolo, 1 (9 to 4 agst); Royal Hastings, 3 (12 to I); JacIcHlce, 8. Trial Stakes.— William tho Silent, i (8 to 1); Football, 2 (20 to l); Toa Tero 2 Cl to 4). , ? Derby. — Cetigno, 1 (6 to 1);' Wallace Isinglass, 2 (5 ti 2 on); Wsatcourt, 3 (12 to I), , Epsom. — Woorak, 1 (8 to 1); Golden Hop, 2 (20 to 1) ; Aurifer, 3 (S3 to 1). Spring Stakes.— St. Carwyne (12 to I) and Reputation (S tal), dead-heat; Moun tain Knight (0 to *), S. Kensington Handicap.— Gal, 1 (14 to 1); Cathedral, 2 (8 to. 1); Modify, 3 (20 to 1),

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

A METROPOLITAN FAVORITE. The form shown by William the Silent was very impressive, and, as a result, he has firmed to a very short price for tho Metropolitan Handicap. He got away near tho tail of the field, but made up the leeway in fine stylo. As he put tho ten furlongs behind In. the smart time of 2mln. 63sec, lie-has naturally gained in numerable friends for Monday's big raco, In which he- has nearly 2st. off his back. He should prove terribly hard fo beat, for he is sure to stay out the course. Taking Saturday's form into account, the order of finishing, in Monday's big event may be — WIIUIJtAM THE SILENT ST. CARWYNB REPUTATION. . .

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP. UREN WINS AUSTRALIAN TITLE. McCoy Disqualified in Sixth Round. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP. UREN WINS AUSTRALIAN TITLE. McCoy Disqualified in Sixth Round. There was a good attendance at the Rushcutter Bay Stadium last night, when Herb McC6y (Victoria) defended his title of Australian -. lightweight champion against Tommy Uren (N.S.W.). ? The con test ended sensationally in the sixth round, when irfcCoy was disqualified for fouling his opponent. . Tho weights were given no McCoy Bat. 831b., Uren Ost. 7Jlb. Both lads are beau tifully built. Uren fought confidently from the. outset, although McCoy was the aggressor. In tho first round Ureri landed three heavy rights on McCoy, surprising the Victorian, who, however, gbt In s'omo tellllng blows at close, quarters. - In the second round McCoy -quickened the pace, but Uren was just do eager, countering well. Again bis right made im pact, and made McCoy wary. Uren was the cleverer of tho pair. - Uren's Good Work. ' . The third round was a 'corker.' On no fewer than, fivo occasions Uren-'got home with his ...

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

' EILLING BIT , ^5B)7E&MISS.3.. Here ts it suggestion far a^tesur war axis&y (oji new war sociiriMa Mem popu lar now) for those who are artxfouo - to start out but have not already discovered an excuse. The- Main objept of tho society would bo to agitato for killing by kindness inetosd of by th» presant crude msthei^t, ' '

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LLOYD GEORGE. THE MAN WHO IS DOING THINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

^ILOYD GiEORGE. ' piM^^iiS DOING THINGS .- Fifteen mo^kik^ksjk^L,]oycl George was ' 'i the, best-ha.ted;.rtin};|nP England. To-day SS he is the.natio.nnl';Id8Ji- It is a rematk- * '5 able rovuIsronj'oC^eling, and one which ^ probably few' pu^l^^e^ hive experienced fc to.tfje same extente^ey'ertheleES, it Is not ''? 8urprisii]gr':HoJ/i^reFeognise(l as tho Ma,n ? TPfho ,i» Do'^ib Thinss,vind that Is the kldd ',) of man thp'EmpIro neeasrin the present ! grave' crisis. '_OhboK the -most delightfnl ,J character Sketches' 01? Britain's 'Great '1 iattle Man' 1st that whiph recently arf- \'\ peared in;-.tfie 'Sunday- ^Pictorial,' from .^j the pen r^'rtha.t ienja'rkable peraonallty, -Ji 'Hor^tlp Bottomiey.''. ' ''£ f..4fSt-;B'eem to renumber,' saya Mr. Boi- \{ tomiey,--,Tin- epigram connected with t)Se ,','J JPre'nch-Rovijlution, something like ,thle: l| -^-rtvih_dt80Bve?!these three have in hand, uupont^jmnKs It, Barnavo speaks it, and a liatfieyj does it'; and so, to-day, Or*y \ thlafcs it...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACROSS AUSTRALIA—IN THE TRACK OF BURKE AND WILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

^ UCTOBKB 3,131!?. _...„,.,. ? ., ? ,-.-,.- ? ,.*.,Li:^r*r,./l?^~WiPi!*yi£?-;-.~.cr.r. ,???.: -..... ,.....,. ., ? ......,,,,?', -.,?,.,,,-. .-. ? .... , ? . .-. ....TAgB.W. (By FRANCIS BIRXE,BS ' (All Rights Reserved*. . . '. .. i : ? : ? — ? — ? it Photographs by arrangement with || ?l| KODAK (Australasia), ;'i. T D. I pvorhead a burning, brassy' sky; be neath, miles ' of gun-scalded boulders, a 1 dql}' red in color, rnnd ( packed tightly. ' Hovering-' faint arid 'lndeflnlttj'f'qvcr '?the 'eky-llne, , apparently -, suspended ; In* thldV ' * * air, a chain of purple Jagged' mountain 'peaks.' ' Towards' tbcao'tBa' ttltle'car la crawling' her why slowly on tqw-gcar over 'the_W*4h-'out,and boulders. ??'£ very 'half-, 'hour or oo jvo ' havo to' stop*- to' let- tho engine cool off. These pauses are' wrapped try out nny uharp bendo Intho. channel, and also watch' for animal- tracks or kan garoo trails going up or down the river btd. 'Kangaroos will scratch for wa'tcr, take their fill, an...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE LAUNCHING OF H.M.A.S BRISBANE AUSTRALIA FORGES ANOTHER EMPIRE LINK. THE AUSTRALIAN FLEET HELPS TO COMPLETE THE PROTECTION WHICH THE GRAND FLEET GIVES TO THE CIVILISED WORLD. THAT FLEET THERE IS NOT A HOSTILE MAN-OF-WAR AFOAT ON THE HIGH SEAS—HIS Excellency the Governor-General. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

IN THE- LAUNCHING ©F : H.M.AiS.r^MISliliNi| ^-AIJST EALIA MlliaiS ANOTHEi EMFI1E XINK I THA^Ks'^*^^^ GRAND FLEET GIVES TO THE CIVILISED WORLD. )j II THANKS TO THAT FLEET THERE 18 NOT A HOSTILE MAN-OF-WAR AFOAT ON THE HIGH SEAS^-His Excellency the Govemor-General. ' J The launching .of H.M.A.S. Priibane on Thursday marked a' great day in the an nals of the Australian Navy. The cere mony Wan performed by Mrs. Andrew - Fisher, wife of the Prims Minister, En the presence of the Governor-General, S'r R. Munro Ferguson, tho Stato Governor, Sir Gerald Strickland, and ten thousand spec tators. After the vessel was launched, ahn I 'wait berthed alongside the new wharf 'which has been built for her recoption, and here she will bo fitted out. It is an ticipated that she will be ready for the pennant about the end of July next. The slipway, vacated by the 'Brisbane' * will be prepared for a sister vessel to bo called ths Adelaide. The'Briibane is the largest vessel of any description built in A...

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 v In view of malicious statements to the contrary, we desire to m '-, state emphatically for public information that ' @ ' .' The Australian disinfectant KKESOLVO, an effective | ^'~ ' -' substitute for German products, is | u [ . owned km $ I MADE m AUSTRALIA t; I ?'?'?'? BY AUSTRALIANS, and has never been owned or made in Germany or any 1 : - ' Certain labels formerly which' purported to indicate that I '? '; this was not the' case were employed as a means of competition m ' - with Ger^nan articles, but do not alter the facts as. stated abo.ve. i , Onr books are open to the inspection of any bona-fido n enquirer, proving the statements here made. H *?'? I Proceedings will be taken against any person making or I H repeating any untrue statement regarding KRESOLVO. ? I DONALD BOSS ?& CO., LTD., 1 Angel Place, Sydney. H ©TOE ?ill % cgfKfSa ' ®AV- ' BK fill R^il ^ ^^ypH^^ftgi' ™E GOOD SHOT BAKING POWDEU. SIP COFFEE. I BLUE LABEL TOMATO SAUCE. FEATHER SELF-RAISING FLOUR. r . ...

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

? '*''' L^I'.^mImM. '.J^l ' '^.mL. ^ ?????il...i— '?' ' ,? *' .' '-'?,' 1 ''*;. ' . ? ' , *? . ?? y '.. ' '';($! MADE EfWIlto BY AlliSTKALIAN LABOR, | :';:??'? '-. ??? ? ? '?? ;' ?? ; ???-?? . '...; '.-:???? -?? '-' . .?????- ?..-?.- ? -;.;^g :' ????? : ??? :V' ' ^ ,--::---- -..: -:-.?????-' -. .-..? ' :' ??'??'?? ? '-'?????? '?-.?.:? -^ -:.:r -??-.- '.?? .-:i,:---v:- ;??:::?;/: ?'-.,-?; ;:, ,- ,.;.:.:..:..:.: ; :;? ' ..?,;? . ;;.;^ ig cFalia thai FOSTEB'S is the only Aastraliaa Lager which is : brewed :th?J:';biiar;nHBS! ^ '????'^ ???^V';V?nne«itii^ minafnralised ? ^[^-.p)^] &f$k ftfs a National Drinli and a Natioaal Sentiment that Prompts Anstralians to Drink it. V|| '???- *' ? . ' t ' ' - ' ''' ? . . ' - ^ ..'.???? ? ? ' ? - ?? ? ' ? ? ' -'-... ?'+ :fy ?'? ??-'? ' . /'-I :..^-,,: :;;::/..,. : ...... ' ,.. ; ... ? , ...,...,: ,...#

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SATURDAY'S SAILING. SYDNEY FLYING SQUADRON. 18FT. HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

; SATURDAY'S SAILING. SYDNEY FLYINQ' SQUADRON. 18FT. HANDICAP. ' , First Heat: Kismet (W. Dunn), scr., If Golding (R. Beoshel), Jmln., 2; Mississippi (R. W. Budnick), limln.i .3; Ariino (Wi Edney), Jmin., .?-; Acme (O. Hones)/ SJmln., E, Second Heat: Australian (Chris. Webb)i sci*., 1; Desderacma (A. C. Roberts), 3min^ 2; Mavis (P. W Moppett), Imiri.* J;. Sunny South (X Allon), 2mih., .4; Scot (J» Smith), ljmln., S. , Final: Sunny South (J. Allen), 2Jmin^ .J 1; Kismot (W. Dunn), 2; GolilinB («.' Beashel), Jmin., S; Australian- (Chris Webb), ' scr., 4; Deademona ' (A. C, Roberts), 3min.,'5. ^j/' ; Tho Wilfard-Johnson Pictures. ' , ' 1; Tho 'Tivoll Theatre' was crowded nil . i day yesterday from 10.30 akrri. till just.- on!-. ,. -,^ midnight. In the morning the Willard-ij, ? 'Xi% Johnson pictures were shown three times;'. ' ^ then the usual afternoon matinee and . ? Tii Dvening vaudeville followed/and nrter.that. : -'/I another, screening of the fight pictures, .;?-'

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET SEASON OPENED. COLT TAYLOR'S FINE SCORE. THE EIGHT-BALL OVER INTRODUCED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

: OBlOkET SEASON OPENED. ? COLT TAYLOR'S FINE SCORE/ THE EIGHT- BALL OVER INTRODUCED, ,, Tho cricket season was officially opened in Sydney yesterdayin warm weather. A westerly wind made matters' unpleasant at some of the grounds. The eight-bait over was introduced for a first time, and, so far as could bo seen, proved a. success. A feature of the match play woe tho collapse of Western Suburbs .(the pre miers) against Paddlngton nnd Middle Harbor's small score against Balmain. At the Sydney Cricket Ground J. M. Taylor played a fine inniners of 164 (2hr. 18mtn.) out of 252, white ho woo in for Petersham against Sydney. ' tie lilt 21 fours, and played excellent all-round cricket, although missed at 19 and 40. | Bubb, Wheatley, Best, arid Newell also batted well, « »«a*« t t»

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PRETTY GLIMPSE OF THE WATCHDOGS OF THE PACIFIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

A PRETTY GLIMPSE OF THE WATCHDOGS. OF THE PACIFIC, - ,/ - The destroyer in the centre of the picture is H.M.A.S. Warrego, which- took M prominent, part in the,' Ngwf ^jiiinsa^expedrtion. Ingot is a portrait of her commander, .Ca'pt, .Cumborloge, who ( ?* . . . , ' ., f t - r ' i ? ' .'?is'at~proi«nt.(pehding hilt leave En Sydney.' ' '. ?' ?' - ?'- ' ' . . . . - ' - ,~

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WITH THE AUSTRALIAN FLEET IN THE PACIFIC. Th[?]ss hitherto unpublished photographs afford some interesting glimpses of life on board an Australian destroyer. PROVIDING A FRESH MEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915

:;- WITH THE . AUSTRALIAN 'FLEEif'IN THE FACIFld/' .' ' ' Th^e .hitherto unpublished photographs afford porno Interesting glimpses of life on board an Australian destroyer. PROVIDING A FRESH MEAL. This snapshot shows the men from the destroyers slaughtering native cattlo and. r- v ' ** preparing them for food. .. .

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