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A PLAN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

, k Vim QIIESXIDN.- , We wiah to p\ifc a plain question to all the authorities — military and i, civil— who ate reaponaiblo for tfce '^public aafe&y at this juncture., X)q .they propose to wait for some grcsV i national disaster wiricfr will shoolr ; the puMte couaaienco tc its utmost lirtuta frefoxc they deal arasticall 'jwitU the enemy jswbjeets and ttieip ' heta-siates who We stity afi liberfy Ja -Australia f t Wtt wafer olmrtvxiere to bokhJ of the 1)}taft-of the Htm oreftniuatioa to dm. a death-blow ofe (fab country. ,,S«nv- of thoj&e have fitilcd. OtH$nt» '^however, toay'atitt ctuscwd. Date ^wotake the risk oS. tie miceesal1. . ' W6 at&tpM that, *r$ are iallamteg ? puwio oguai&n im tfcfo subject. 'Wo rejfOy tttat that Is qw intention. We ' -;-rta6b bq to rouse pu$Ue feeling oft thjg Isja.tiw that Govefruneate and |Otfioutls trill 'fed «MlgW t6 defce It is not 'possible to p'nbliah all l- that we iniQw,, But it may be stated , .that at this moment...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LABOR AND DEFENCE. GROWING DISSATISFACTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

LABOR ^Ap: DEFENCE. GROWING DISSATISFACTIONS ? . ? . ? -. . ? „. - '-? -???/ (Special to 'The Mirror.') v There is gi-owingdissatiafaetion in political ?Labor, circles 'against the present* military., administration, and the. view is widely held that the inefficient and tactless actions of the -Defence Department, are doing mueh to prejudice (he Labor, movement; Some signi ficant steps are Iikelyr.to be taken in the matter in the ncar^ fntnre, as some. of the leading Labor politicians realise the import ance froni the party point of view. :

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 — 10 October 1915

A i IH'WIII'llllim nil J. A. BAERAOLOUGH, D B O.A , London. ' v ',: H. KING BARRACLOUGH, D B.O.A , London^ \ E. K. BARRACLOUGH, D B O.A., London. ' A. H. BAERAOLOUGH, Mclbourna * l- The present is not the time for half-hearted methods. The enemy and enemy goods must be iought ruth 'leasly. We muBt wage the war againist enemy com merce as strenuously as our soldiers fight on ti.o - . battlefields. ' ( It 'is the 'duty of, a British community to support ; British firms11 who Bell British goods/ who employ British* loitor^ And 'who ore 'financed by British , - 'capital.1 s ' . ' ?* - ' * The opfidal'fixm of H. A. Bartaclaugb. Limited is ,' iLL-rifelTipK-^-i-in f act» AtlrAUBTBALlAN.^ '' The Barraclough Optical service brings to yo{i,' fef' tko most reasonable prices, the skill of,dipjomaed opticians, the fifficifint 'organization and equipment .'a ' of a house devoted wholly to optics, and assures that ' * you wilLveriJably see through BXtl&SH apectacles,' Mr. Barraclough (Q.B....

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LORD KITCHENER;S VISIT TO THE FIGHTING LINE IN FLANDERS. TOMMY ATKINS HAS FOUND A NEW NAME FOR LORD KITCHENER. HE IS NO LONGER K. OF K, BUT IS KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE ARMY AS "OUR KITCHY" [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

- LOHm'-KITCH&NEIH'S VISS3T TO THE'FIGHTINO LINE IN F&AJNT£-£MR®. '- '. TOIWMY ATKINS HAS FOUND ANEW NAI*E FOR LORD KITCHENER. HE IS NO LONGER K. OF -t, BUT IS KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE ARMY AS 'OUR KITCHY.' During hts visit to tha front, Lord Kitchener inspected the tranche* In company wtth Central Joffre, Tha man whs is building up tha raw British army, andj^ha man who i« leading the French, aro hero Man together in a first lin» trench. Lord Kitchenir. alao. inspected the shelters occupied by the troops near tha firing Una, and expressed the keenest satisfaction with all he saw. Ha was given ? stirring ? ? recaption at nil the points he visited'

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TWO OF THE REASONS WHY GERMANY'S FLEET REMAINS BOTTLED UP IN KIEL CANAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

TWO OF THfe REASONS WHY GERMANY'S FLEET. REMAINS BOTTLED; :: UP IN KIEL CANAL ?, / .. , . . V :;. : ?^fhn _jremark» abJo photo* graph V was Itaken during tho visit of tha i Ptim» Minister (Mr. Atquith) to 'tho Grand Hoot (n th* 9 North Sea. U n'd or tha ahitdow of two of tha . flag' ihip'» hugs gunst Mir As quith address ed tha' men of.. HM8 ' Injn Duke,'' speak inu of the mag. nificent. ^work'. which 'ihs'fleet was doing in keeping tha tea fclear 'of 'enemy ships. Mr.AsquUhtofd/ ? tha- men that ,_r . while tha. work : of the fleet had M become largely -1' , a question of ? ; watching and waiting, they must not . b* d i sappointed that they wera not called upon to take a mont , active part .'in the war. Ha ,'. knew that they wera longing *' for a fight, but ' so long as tha k German fleet, remained bot tled up in tha Kiel Canal, they ' - had the satis- 'i] faction of ( knowing that the British ^ Isles were safe from so'rioua invasion,, and . , ^ that that safe ty was entirely duo to...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DASTARDLY HUN PLOT TO TAKE POSSESSION OF AUSTRALIA. CAPTURE OF SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE PLANNED. DANGER STILL EXISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

DASTARDLY HUN PLOT TO TAKE POSSESSldN OF AUSTRALIA. % /if ^ ; CAPTURE OF SYDNEY AND , MELBOURNE PLANNED. - DANGER STILL EXISTS. « (Special to 'The. Mirror.') j.^ i)etnils .have come into our possession of V somo of the 'plans of the Hun organisation . f, to capture Sydney and Melbourne, 'and V ultimately to take complete- possession of i Australia. ,: '? ^ - ?_ ..-.- ? ; - -.?;;. .. ? ' ' j*P The German, agents in the Commonwealth ;_ did. not work. in vain. Their plans were \ carefully laid,, and, soniejof them may yet .' /,proceed, although others have been foiled r »y me mm oi.evonis. .\ t j_ ?',-,? % On a certain , day in October last the f Scharnliorat and Giieisenau were to -have ap '-. peared ontside Sydney; a rising was to ' have taken place, in the city; the water v- supply and other public utilities were to - have becn-seized; and in various other ways' f the nity was to have 4-cen placed at the ? J inercy of the Huns. Similar plans wcro '. inade in Melbourne. f\ 'What a fi...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MILITARY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

MILITARY SPORTS. C' Contrary to anticipations, tho military* [;??'.. . sports which were held, at Liverpool In ?',-. aid of the Camp Military Fund, did not fc*' prove a success. Evidently the 'Tommies'* it' ?'. v preferred going to tho-RandwIcU races and ?;; spcnBlnR their leave in the city. Tho well r- known professional runner, L. J. Hume T . -HofdBWOrthy-, won the championship :. from 3. Nl WIcfcs. an amateur beloneine ?;/ to the Olympic Club. W. K. Murphy and y G. P. S. Parke (Olympic Club) dend ' heated for third. Home won. the lOOyOs. , ana 200, and 'Wicks the 440yds, beslAeo runnint; second In the 100 and 200. Mili tary sports, to be successful, should bo i,hpia at the camp and not on a mutual ground. .

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 — 10 October 1915

AUSTRALIAN AND BRITISH GOODS ARE BETTER THAN GERMAN.' ^ - (Gpeclal to ''.The Mirror.') . . ? ,. '.'_'?-.'? The following table is a practical attempt t« indicate plainly to tho public and to wholesale and retail traders that thb exact equivalent of German, or Au» - trian goods (made, owned, or controlled, wholly or .substantially, in tn enenty country) can bo obtained from. Australian or- British manufacturers. .;ln moot cases the latte.- produce articles of much batter quality and in many cases much cheaper than their foreign competitors. ,?'-,' Many people imagine that there is some special value attaching to such names ? a» 'Aspirin,' 'Formamint,' etc. T4ii« is not the case. They aro merely German trade marks in respect of well-known encmical compounds, ond do not involve any. secret process or formula. As a matter of fact, they aro made equally weij. or better by Australian or British firms. - ? This list should bo cut out and preserved, so that when ordering or purchasing artic...

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 — 10 October 1915

- . ? . BOY - NEXT* SfJNDJlY'5 #i MlftSeS5' i*©R BEST PICTURES.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SPRING RACING CARNIVAL AT RANDWICK. Snapshots on Lawn, Track and Ring, by Special "Mirror" Photographers. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

?|^gPH'E-.-.:;;iSPRINO ? RACING; ,GA_ENI¥AL :;AT ''RAHDWIOK.'-'s :;:-C*:!:;-'- Stiapahofa' -©a Lawn, Track and Hi»g, Say ' ®pec$&$ ''''' Mirror ' Photographers. '$$* ~^*%' '' ' ' DaWB Fashion^ n«w modes as seen on the Iswnj^a^Raijdw'ck during tha big roclniS''oarniv»l, which was concluded yestorday. ' ' ?', ?vT.^.. v S -.. ..i--w-,, - .1- ..»*? ... *?-... ' ? '.'. ..-?_,' ' »' ?' ' ? ? i i ..iii.»«iii.ii» ? ' i — -« ' ^ Hts' Excellency ths Governor- General, Q[r R. Miinro Ferfluton, In the Vice-regal box aituated on tb« ?? ' ' # ^' moin stand. . * ^6 . * --T ^ ''' Ths surprtee of the meeting. How Cetigno dtfented the odds-en favorite, Wallace IsinglaH, in the D-rtiy. iwiiiimwuumiiiii' ? j -.. Lady Hoiatl Munro Ferqucon placing the blue ribbon round the r\eefc -y i ?;' '? of the Derby winner. ' $ 'i Carwyne, wSnnor of the Metropolitan Handicap and , Craven Plate. ? - - v ? i. * The roar of the ring. As. usual, small fortunes were lost and won during the meeting. The bookmaker...

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 — 10 October 1915

%%&ii 'm^^t/m. W& fe':i^^^p;:i^-i^;^ ?.'??? ??? ? ? 1 1 ? fte Model S4orer CS ACE BM ^

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 — 10 October 1915

?' V^-^^i^C^'Iii^/yW ? J i^o ^a tofiig sotw best for . liiftt 5!O-D AY ? '^ you 'fielBiag ? tltoso littlfl t-pao&^fe-'ijrojy- firm J ?'?-^*?-jt|^:RiE£pk;-^e|cJJ!i&5 'or ' -? ^(SMdtM^i^Ci^' ?fti^/oji-'' ' aid pro^fer^ from Wbainesa aad waJstiu-J ailtobn ta; j tJ^L, No ifittartooarish- I -t&i^^ mettHasogoodfor j ; BPl^i.i^ no - ] '- 'hI l-jffli ?'? : T ^oatliihinent haa I \ ?MJ^^^PP^^0»- vat'

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LUDOWICI AND SON, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

LUDOWIQ AND SOK, LTD. ?W» have betin asked to give the facts with v .' Tegard to Ludowlcl and. Son, Ltd., leather mer- : chants, Tork-street, Sydney. ? .?'.'? According to the lost return filed with the Res-., j tstror-General, Mr. John Charles Ludowlci holds ?.?? &Q0O ahareB, and other members of the Iin^oilrtct .. famuy S228 shares in the company. Richard EL P.' '? - Baum holds 639, Charlotte M. K. A. Bjunn £009,. ?''. Hermann Hedgen 200, Erall F. W. Siedmonn 1620, - S. A. Josephson S100 shares, and 6794 shares stand . ' in the names of persons bearing British names. '' '-??/ Mr. J. C. Ludowlcl, the head of the firm, was- bom: ? *? at 'Altona, Prussia, and Is a naturalised British ??,- subject. . ? .

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEATHER AND PRUNELLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

~ ? — ? ^. ;_ LEATHER AliD PRUNEIIJL The hold which Germany, ho* bad in the -past u *f& over tho fancy-goods . trade, and especially In th» ?,-*& bag industry, is notorious. . ^M In 1914 Australia imported 2000 compressod-«sn» \ % trunks, most of which were of tho 'Stork' brand, -^-M mado at Uppold'a factory at Lelpriff. TraVoIUns ' ' H cases camo from the Stahlist Saxon Trunk Com-' 7* pony, Dresden, and other German undertaking^ and *? -S1GO.00O worth of ladles'' leather hand-bass caino -t- froxn Qerman factorlca at Off enbath. - J An estimate of the comparative increase of Aus- -r | trallan production of leatherwsro -and Importation ?? , *-5 Cram Germany during the post fire years hna ,.^'M Dlaccd the Australian Increase at 67 nfcVJ'ir-Rnt.-''iuid . t. -.iLv.'J« the German increase at 164 per cent It Is now - ;-k for the public to' remove, this anomaly for ever. '. r£ There is more than. one German, or naturalised - r ? ,- German, leather firm- in Sydney' and other...

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 — 10 October 1915

If ,UTME MlkRBRn I . is on sale at «U bookstalls and news agents. ' Xf readers of VThs Mirror' havo difficulty in seeming thfe paper, SiMr aro nhjt^sted to ooz&mtmieato by letter frith ' *HE_PUBJJBBCSK, 3T, A&BBBW'a WMSJB, SIDNEY, or Those Oifcy 4457. ^ -9

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHERE IS VON SPECHT ? HOW THE ESCAPED FROM AUSTRALIA STORY FROM MANILA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

WIEEE ISVOMjraCHT?' HOW HE ESCAPED FEOM AUSTRALIA. STORY FEOM-'BZAim.A. {Special to 'The Mirror.') la last week's issde we referred to the fact that Lieutenant Von Specht, who, with Lien .terwpt Katzcr, escaped from the Liverpool Qeriaau 'internment camp, qver uix manths 'ago, ia still at large. - i , Biuce then we hnye received 'aa extra Ordinarycomniunioatioa^i'om the Plulippinc ?Island^— an interyiow with JVqu Spcr-ht at Manila, iu which the escapee tella'bfjaitf ad ,TQntnreS'in Australia, and how h'e,eluded the local police and military authorities.. It reads more like a piece of fiction, than fact, 'but'oiir correspondent vtinches fbl4 its al)So* HwiCaceurficy. ' i The authorities msy perhaps draw a'moral from Von Specht 's blunt and cynical franlr-, 'ness, - . . ?»' - - . ? BACK TO' GERMANY. ' . 'Get back, to Germany J' laughed Franz Frlod ri«h Von SporhtTln the cotfrse ot a conversation two dayiaf prior to his. disappearance liotb Manila. ?? »O yon thlnlc it likely jthat J -s...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. ALBERT BORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

m. ALBERT BORCHARD. . ; Mr. Albert Borchard has resigned his position of ? auditor to tho Sydney Muncipal Council, and, as - «' we anticipated, his -resignation was accepted .by the ' Council at its meetinsr hist Tuesday. A resolution,, in-the narao of Alderman Harris, calling: for Mr. Borchard'a dlBmissal.-'was on tho business ' paper. ' and it' would almost certainly have been carried If Mr. Borchard had not resigned. f 1 We understand that Mr. Borchard's business '* association with other undertakings has bren ? severed Muring recent weeks. \

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE GRIP OF THE HUNS. SOME OPTICAL ILLUSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

IN THE GRIP OF THE HUNS,' ' (Special to 'The MirroiV') ' '? SOME OPTICAL ILLUSIONS. - One of the trades which, in the past, has been ( saturated with Germanism is the optical trade. A glance at the names of tlio firms caVrylns; an ?, business In this industry in Australia, and especi ally in Sydnoy, will make this apparent. .. Germans hare spcolnllsed in tho post-in tire manufacture of '*; optlcoT 'natruments, lenses, and similar articles. ' ^ and they ha\o been asaloted b- the conservatism oC ''I British manufacturers. : '^ It Is a popular fallacy that the names' of Zelss, /t 'Qoerz, Buoch, and other. German firms stand for , ? jf an cxcellpnce of quality which cannot be: attained- ' H by UiO' nritlsh equivalents. This Is quite un- _ ^ warranted by tho facts,, although Botne Australian -** firms liavordone very, little. t-v mokq this clear to -{ th& bublle. and .have: Jniieeil. nushcS the German tM eooda aa much oa pnssible^ Wo recently took a *f, photograph of a window. dL...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO ARMS! RECRUITING CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

. ? .TO ARMS!-— ?- J BEOEUITINa CAMPAIGN. Commencing with nejet Monday, a fu»xa«r recruiting campaign is to be organised in. New South Wales. Federal Ministers and members and a number, of members of. the State Government and Parliament arc to participate. It is understood that no speaker will' bo'paid for his services. In view of the seriousness of the position, at the front, both /at the Dardanelles and- :in»,. Europe, it is the duty of every man who. is in the position to offer his services to come . forward and take his part in the struggle ? q now in progress. ' ? ? :. ,:Vru Dbili 1SULU IUV VIL'W LUUb bUU.IUuab effective and equitable method of organisrag the community ' to cope with' the present , - situation is to introduce some form of pni versal sci'yicc, ' so that every, man 'and- i woman in the country /may take ii 'share in the nation's burden, so. 'that those who''' are not able to fight niay perform their, part at home, so that services may be jen; 1 dered in the most ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANTI-GERMAN LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

A^TI^GEEM^H LEAGUED The following meetings have 'been qr--; : ranged. for the eomiug yteelz -in connection { with jtha anti-Getnian Ltjigae-.^Tjiesdny, 8 p.m., Coronation Hall, Bondr' Junction ; Fr» Vlay, 6^m.-j ebracr^of -PoweatKtaald-Bonrkc streets, Surrj' Hills. -\. ''

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