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PREPARATIONS FOR WAR CHEST DAY ALLOTTING THE STALLS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

PREPARATIONS FOR WAR CHEST DAY ALLOTTING THE STALLS This picture shows Mr. C. le M. Walker, hon. sec. of the War Chest Fund, allotting stalls to ladies for War Chest Day, next Friday. September 28. SCENES OF THE DEVASTATING STORM The storm which swept Sydney and the coastal districts of N.S.W. on Wednesday caused great havoc. Our pictures show the damage to the Stadium roof and the wreckage at the ? ? White City. ?

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GUARDS CAME THROUGH A SONG OF BATTLE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

THE GUARDS CAME THROUGH A SONG OF BATTLE By SIR A. CONAN DOYLE. .M.-ii at i In- -jj-i I'ji li.v Hie Cli.il* J'i: Win I. Wi-uk willi inn' Hull ill.-, mill «..?!? iliir-t, Wiiiitiiiy nnr sleep irnl o i- ??ml. .Ml it ;i day ami ;i ni.ylu Hoi', sli.-ill \\\. cic'i1 lowl :' Jit-all ii nml broke in ilio 'Hull. 'Hilt Mlo!;ill({ it— nieUil,;; il ;,(-:. Tr.vliiR to Iwlcl the line. iVainliliK iiml S[)('h| ami ilnnr, Ahva.vs tlit* timil uini tin.- ?vliii.i-, :.\)mi,is Die .vi'll tf tlie lh::i ! Nurtliliinberl.inii, J.ur.iu-.ler, Vyi1!., Jtui'liiUii iind .-'oiiiool, Fi Killing alniie, won/ to die Ihui--. JJllt alii'Uinn il~slie!;ili'4 il vd. Never a lnpssaHi1 of linpc ! Never ii word of choir ! I'ronliiis' Hill TO'* clii'll-Mvc-K - 1 . ? | ? t* . Willi tlie dull dead plain i^ mir rear, Alwav« lllC wllllic Ol lilt* fi'rll. Always the roar f.f i.s lusr-l, AIwb.vs III,. loi:nrtf: «f uell. As WailiiiM and winein^' \vi' i iii.m'iI Our luck and I lie mini and tlie Ho -lie. When oiir Curpiu-.it shoute...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CLUTCHING HAND I.—GERMAN POLICY SINKING AUSTRALIAN SHIPS THE PORT KEMBLA DISASTER [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

THE CLUTCHING HAND I.--GERMAN POLICY SINKING AUSTRALIAN SHIPS THE PORT KEMBLA DISASTER The clutching. hand of the German is still Btretched out in every part of the world, and has not been withdrawn in spite of the hope lessness of his struggle and the rebuffs which he has received from time to time. He has been deprived of his possessions in the Pacific, but this does not prevent him from doing as much damage as he can to Allied interests and especially to Allied shipping in * the Southern Seas. / We were often scoffed at for what was des cribed as sensational and alarmist predictions regarding the potential injuries which might be done to Australia and. British interests generally by what appeared to be the slack ness and indifference on the part of the au thorities in dealing with the alien enemies in our midst, We were not speaking idly, for it was apparent to anyone who had studied the German organisation with its ramifications in all parts of the globe and its sinister use of ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

Reduce Your Butter Bill BY USING GOLD MEDAL CONDENSED MILK On your bread instead of butter. lib. Butter costs - - 1 6.1, 1 tin GOLD MEDAL MILK' 9I Saving per lb. - 9^ 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 DAY ACTIVE PREPARATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

WAR CHEST DAY ACTIVE PREPARATIONS Next Friday, September 28, is to be War Chest Day. Whatever claims other patriotic funds have had, there can be no question that the War Chest should appeal specially to the relatives and friends of the boys at the front. It helps them when and where they most need help, and it does it in a practical fashion without fuss or red tape. It gives them creature com forts when they are cold and hungry, and pro vides them with amusements when they are suffering from the monotony and strain of trench life. It follows them on furlough and gives them pleasure and rest when they are apt to be lonely. Active preparations are being* made for the street sellers' collection next Friday, and stalls are being allotted for what ought to be a most successful occasion and a bumper collection. The King and Queen have notified that thsy will pay the War1 Chest Club in Horseferry road, London, an official visit as soon as pos sible. The club provides beds for 1000 soldier...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REPATRIATION DIRECTOR [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

REPATRIATION DIRECTOR ; It has been stated that the post of Director of Repatriation, carrying with it a salary of £2000 per annum, has been offered to a leading Federal public Bervant. In our opinion this post should be filled by a returned soldier, who i3 best qualified to deal with the difficult prob lems involved with knowledge and sympathy, after having seen what our soldiers have gone through at the front.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THUMBS DOWN TO— [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

THUMBS DOWN TO— The perpetrators of the Port Kembla out rage. The 'Lose the War' parties in Russia. The Pan-Germans who still want to strangle Belgium. The French and Italian traitors who have been prosecuted for assisting the enemy.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HIS OWN STYLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

HIS OWN STVIJ5. The acriplcd idea in the Old Country Is (hat, what ever an Au-lraliau may not he able to do, he cm ride u hnise. Some of them cannot— n.s Australians know. In one of the bin depots a lad I rnm an Australian city was in Hie hor.»e linen and surprised the i-ert;eiiii( liy the way he rotle. 'Sit up !' roared ll»' si'inciiiii. 'That's not the way to ride an 'orse. I^-ave vf- of Iiir iiiiinmel and sit. un like u man !'' 'S'othiu' doin' !' was the reply. 'I'm Roln' to keep 'old o' the pumniel ami hiinir 'ii like n hally monkey.'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MODES AND MEN WHAT'S IN A NAME Talking by Rote. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

MODES AND MEN — ? « ? »- ,JVHAT'S IN A NAME By FRANK MORTON. Talking by Role. It was talking the other day to a clever girl who scolded me because I admitted my lik ing for Debussy. Her argument was that De bussy has no form, doesn't mean anything — all that sort of talk. The first thing the musical student learns is the trick of current cant. Music does mean something, of course ; but in any given example it seldom means the same thing to two different people. I was listening the other day to what MacDowell calls (I for get the exact term used) his sea-pieces. To me they suggested all sorts of things, from boiled fish done ragged to a dreary convalescence after the measles. To other people they suggest other things, I make no doubt. Meaning Something. That is the point. Music, however beauti ful in itself, means whatever you happen to read or imagine into it. 'It strikes me as being ineffably stupid, this trick people nowadays have, of squabbling about the meaning of works of art. ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
D'ARCY OF MOUNT MORGAN SOME RECOLLECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

D'ARCY OF MOUNT MORGAN SOME RECOLLECTIONS When the news of W. K. D'Arcy's death was cabled in May last, h was anticipated that, on probate, his estate would be valued at about £5,000,000. It was known that he was well among the profits in the' W. A. boom of 1893-5, and on one of his operations he netted a clear million for a mornine's work on 'change. The fact that his estate has 'been sworn, for probate duty, at £984,000 (cabled 17th inst.) conies as a surprise. It may, of course, only relate to his English estate. Mr. D'Arcy figured largely in the romance of Mt. Morgan. When in 1883 the late Mr. Hall agreed to provide the machinery to work the ore being quarried out of the mountain of gold near Rockhampton, Mr. D'Arcy was a lawyer in practice in that town. The prac tice was a good one, but its turnover of £2000 a year was a bagatelle in comparison with his income a few years later. Mr. Hall was given one half the mine, the four Morgan brothers holding the other half. He took in hi...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RESURGAM. Mary Colberne Veel. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

'RESURGAM. Mary Coll-orne Veel. The -'in ? - r Id.-u.'K iiiv u.ir-i, .md lii'^lu 1,'hI. .I.irMij; CtiM lie!, tin- .'.iflli lori'Tii : .in I v'..' .!??? |:.,:ilnc Th nii-.'t asiiin. i'1.' I' u'- '' ln''' ?'-?''' ?'- ?'fiUkH )!Welhi|S, Hilt, ah ! wh.it WintM i.iii.ri-.-, ..: i-.iiu , if ;';-.f '..r iiiHMiiijr. ?

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GORDON'S GRAVE. F. W. L. Adams. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

GORDON'S GRAVE. F. W. L. Adams. ?J'hi're was i, |iml Hi.it li.u-d (V.I', Mv.ilh ; Hi- li!'i- m- a iiin.iiin.it.' mi:'-i. ||,, I, ...I,. '.I .lonn -:-'-|- in 1 1-, Ufll- u; .J. .i: Ti, And now lie -? Uii.U.ji in- iwt.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PLAYERS. Victor J. Daley. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

PLAYERS. Victor J. Daley. Tlie idavef- ol tile |-;iM Htv 'J'liO ?, Th-- ran-- !?!?«? ; tl'1 r.u\-s | ?: i — i And witily ovei all i« ilnnvn 'flu: MuieV etirlaln oi !!'? Lr.i.--.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FORGOTTEN GEMS FROM AUSTRALIAN CLASSICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

FORGOTTEN OEMS ? $ ? I FROSI AUSTRALIAN CLASSICS. The author of the forgotten gem presented this week may not be qs familiar as have been some of those whose 'verse has been well identified by many readers, All the same hi had written some excellent verse. The weekly prize will be forwarded on the usual terms: First letter opened — naming the author — wil» be considered the prize-taker. To Muir fruA'orn uml Jt' true— fllnjf p-ii.Tiimiit lute tilt- 111'.; r .Men'* law* we mill lor .wui, for u world -,', I.nvc H ImrIji i, And i-jiii you do iniulit. wIm-ji jio ink'- your thniiprl, Ijtit follow your «J«n dc-ire '.' Last week's Forgotten Gem was from The Love in Your Eyes Lay Sleeping, by William Foster. The first correct solution was sent by Cecil Beaver, 39 Elliott-street, Balmain, who wins the 2/6 prize. The correct solution ws.» also sent by Mrs. M. Albert (Stanmore).

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLD COINS AND BOOKS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

OLD COINS AND BOOKS -~*— — — — j R. Wood (46 Lane Cove-road, North Syd- } ney) : 'I read in your last issue of a reader of the Mirror at Blackheath, who stated that he had a coin dated 1806. I have a coin corres ponding in, every detail with the one stated in the Mirror, but it is a few years earlier. The coin in my possession is dated 1799, and has the same inscription: Georgius III., D.G., Rex, and the word Britannia on the other side, and is in a most perfect condition. It is made of copper or bronze. The edges are also milled. My father has a shilling dated 1826,'' Miss Edith Pearce (Banks-street, East Maitland): 'I have a coin something similar to the one described in The Mirror of Septem ber 8. This coin is bronze and is 1 4-10in in diameter. The middle is flat, but around the coin is a raised ring about one-tenth of an inch wide. On one side is stamped: Georgius III., D.G., Rex. The other side has Britannia, 1797. The date is- almost obliterated, other wise the coin is in a g...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. ?MAY lx. (City I: The uddi-e., ,,f Tom Fonnaii is l.a-l,v Studios Hollywood, (silitoi-ida. ' j .UI.KKX I). (Clyde): The mlilic- nf Walla, e Iteid i« l.asl.y Studio*, Hollywood. Csi I i I'ot-tiiti. It. P. I'. (Xorth Sydney): The addie-M'. of PoimIIi.v l);il. (mi iiml rlmrlfs Itav are Tiianjdi-lunln'e Siudios t'lilv.-r fit.v, I'alll.irniii.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEAD LEAVES. E. B. Loughran. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

DEAD LEAVES. E. B. Loughran. Wlieii tile*' -lriid Ic.ni' were Klceii, ]?»«'. Nnvi.-ii.licr'fc (fUi-s were blue. And KiiliiihiT calili! with H|'' atliuoc, tile uc:.ll ? S; ring to woo ; And to ii.-, wjiiileilnjr hnml l'i h.ind, llfo- \vn« ,i '.itry 'MMIC, Timt soldi n niorninn, in the wood-, wJumi tin-': Ctud leave- were jitv.-n.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHO SHALL SEPARATE? P. J. Holdsworth. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

WHO SHALL SEPARATE ? P. J. Holdsworth. Hi-art Hihsss to lirurt— l'.'t the -tnilise -nr- .i-vrr tlie Jiitr? ol livo who luil mil 10 part : Love's Mreujjlh Mifvlve-. mid tin- ImMi u.uH ii-w:r /.ull. CTU-ll till- li.l--i.HI Of lll'.lll fl,|' llC.lli.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE UNWRITTEN SONG. Henry Kendall [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

THE UNWRITTEN SONG. Henry Kendall. The Wild' Hint unoe 1 dreamed al-ou!, lh-; lohflvr, toilcTI inn', tiling, A'. mUiinl us the run- without the lov« ot tvlinl anj Tlie )ierfi'ct ver-is to tl'p lime of woodland niimlu *et, A* l»-;i,.iilii] ii'. iilifiiiuon, ivm.iin unwritten .v. t.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our other selections this week are :— FAITH. Ada Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

Our other selections this week are : — FAITH. Ada Cambridge, l.cl |j,o tlid myth* and i-rM'il« of SToi'ins ''''?? I'''' 'W knows nought— Hie I'otliT unrtcr-tuml'. I own the 1'ottW Divine l.e\ond my l--n, -«'i0 '?'U tf» leave mo in Hit, Owping liautU.

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