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AN AUSTRALIAN AVIATOR AT THE FRONT. The [?]peshots were taken, by Capt. Oawald Watt, of the French Flying Corpt, who is at present "somewhere in France." [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915
AN 'AUSTRALIAN AVIATOR AT THE FRONT,, . ?Theao Bnapshotawero- taken by CapV Otwald Wolt, of the French Flying ,Corp»# who .'IVat present ^somowhoro in Frano»,7, 'Captain Oswald WatU ;s- /Capt j&wald .Watt'B^M.F.-inbunJed.wrt An. old warrior who ;fias:i«Jone.'1fliinei -f.,.' ... work in the trenches; -VHcTfcelyefl. '.' tlTo military m«d»p '«»??' trie- ssimo^;'- 'Hay ihat'Capt Vti*i&&iiMii&l&'r.-?: . vk- decpraftcfa^^r-j-.; i^vVv-^ ?~:Kayn-V!'iv*'^i:W*«fcBp^SWV^.i,i?;'.'',-^:v--
Commence our Great New Serial Story To-Day. The Story of a V.C. IN LOVE ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SYNOPSIS OF OPENING CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915
Commence otis* Great New 'Serial ' Story To-Day. T'-' ?? The Story of a V.C. 'V ' i [?] By '?.;.- Clara Hay Hamilton. ALL BIGHTS RESERVED. ?SYNOPSIS OF OPENING . : . chapters.; -'?. -;'-1 pi' Sir John Adalr, baronetand mnn about --' .town, is in love with Peggy liardeastle, a . young and beautiful girl. Peter Howard, ^ a young sculptor, who Is a close friend of 1 Adalr's, is also in love. -with : Peggy.) ri -Owing 'to Sir John's .manner, Peggy 'de- , . ', elded that he is'' only .amusing, himself ' with her, and bIio receives him with cold friendliness* At the same time she re i^- fuses to marrv Peter, whn she has known' ' .all her life. Sir John finding himself re buffed is more determined than ever to L ? win Peggy Hnrdcastlo ? for his wife. He! I presses his suit with all the ardor ?6t-| J youth, but. P^gtry, her mind made ui- thatj f he Is not serious, refuses him. -The out- -, break or war finds Sir John Adalr Btlll in London. Peter Howard is one of the firBt '* ^to announce hi...
PEEP ABED TO MEET THE ONCOMING GAS WAVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915
PEEPAEED TO: MEET THE .OKCOmNG GAS WAVE. -The launching by the. Germans of an-asphyxiating goj attack is : now v/atched ' - with comparative equanimity by tho allied forces, - the : gas masks 'having, been ' so perfected as to render the' Qao, wave* harmless. ' Tho- picture shows French soldiers awaiting th» approach -of .'an .esphyxiating ga* wave nt-. the- entrance of ?.'?-,.?.. ;?'.... '- .. thoir tronches. -..:-?? ?-??:V..-. '.
OFF TO THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915
OFF TO THE FRONT. K* They were saying 'Good-bye'— Peggy 5- -and Peter, \ ? ? , . . g ' ',i The great crash of events had rushed re- ' jT' .lentlcsaly forward, ' and Peter, the crack I ' 'automoblllBt, had got his commission In 'v ttio Transport Service and Wfl3 leaving in -', o week for ^'Somewhere in France.' Alii I that mattered to Peter was to get there ' .quickly. His- heart was aflame with his Tdesirc to surye his country in this, 'heri rdeadiy hour of need. ? : I '- , As he stooS by Pcggyin iKe'HUle.gaY-' ?i - 'Sen behind the old grey house- in Ken- 1 eington, those clear eyes of his were run ?i -ot a brooding sadness, os though his !' happy cheery- nature contemplated some » 'for off , and unseen event- In his future. 1 He looked down at Peggy, who was lean-: I liuj against the tree trunk, clutching ner r vously with her little white fingers n.t tills ' of loose bark, while overhead the ' ?wide, thick, green leafy branches spread - themselves out like some friendly canopy, ;i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915
The Mjgtesf form ol COS) LIVER ©HJL tfcafeaiejat. tkii TRADE MARK r' ~- -^ -jdfUfi ffiSsI'' **^^ dB-*WSlsi -- a grand builder -up ~ ? 'for any mae; woman' - or child— -a source of.. , strength at all ages' kj ®§ life— a protector;' against coughs* colds, * and winter illne&ses* ^ REHO THE 'MIRROR -. FOR ©REJIT S^BKlJL ST©RY.
ALL SEEING BUT HIMSELF UNSEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915
[?] Ono of tho most notable inventions in connection -wiiit/treneh. warfare. ic ths pari scopo rifle attachment. At ««en in- the picture the .British soldier is able to tako deliberate aim without himself, being exposed to the. enemy.. , What is. claimed to bo-nn improved attachment, the.- invention- :af. an Australian.. Public: School ^ ? teacher, was tried on thaVtiCS rifle range recently.
BRAW SCOTS (THE MEN W[?] [?] WHO ARE LEARNING TO LEAD [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915
' ? . ^ffRAW^soa^y^gg; ?: MEy ? ^g a^ 'A' i-e'eent march through the city -of Edinburgh f tho revested tho thorough;, nature.:*'? the training the havi i coutd any crack regiment 'Of the line, and made i fins commisiic n lat- mmMuj^mmmmuimnmimKmmmmHmmmmmtUII^^ ? minimi ? mil iburgli f tho tneii. of tho University Officers' Training Corps ing the have undergone. .They turned out as smartly as I- made i fin» show «f young Britisher?, all of whom will hold .?/;.'- mmisiii ii later on. ? . ' '.. ;? . ?
SPINELESS SAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 3 October 1915
SPINELESS SAM. '???'? II ? ?'' Preat hcavenB ! : Woodrow,. whateveV. ' i II liave you been 'doing;, to Uncle' Sam ?' ' / || asks John, Bull. |Tyo' successfully. .:'.-/. ;?'?? II performed a-.most difficult operntlon/' . ; ^: I. ||. replies. the:, president ''Tve '.fUlefea. . .... '; || hlm-' 'Spineless Sam,' the I'Sun ???''; '|| ?' ''toy,' Times,' -' Johannesburg^ heads ? ' - ' ?II ? the cartoon, -?».'.