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How a German Spy Escaped from Sydney. HUN SPIES. HOW THEY WERE FOUGHT. AUSTRALIAN ORGANISATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

? Hfow -& 'Gemn&n. Spy Ekeaped tv&txk.' Sy'dikcy. ^ //MOM SHES,^. HOyr '£HEY WERE FOUGHT. ^ AUStBAMAN ORGANISATION. S 'l (Snooial to 'Tho Mirror.') jj - ?' 'Havitlg in tlit* last two articles given a [ y fiJeaeraJEitlca of the Juaturc of tho Gurmnn spy ', ' , ojcgfthiaaticn Which was bnilt up in Australia j i fltane'yeara ago by tho 'blaster Spy,' Stain* br .hauer,1 the author of these Articles, , himself j ail officer in the British service, proceeds to j describe tlio- steps' which vnenb-tblcen hy \h'a i Imperial Government to eoxulxilt tho activities j ' ol'tfie'^ernOin jsocrgt hervifce ngentp.* '? |\ , In 1907, owing to tho sroiyins activities of tliena II , a$cn(a fn Australia, -who were .conducting, their, [It 'work utfdcV the- culac at merchants, the British Ill . ? secret nervlce net to work to discover tho scope hi of' tuejr -maqhinittions. AVo K/lnptcd. (he 'aamo m\ Withaa otilfljrtgrjttie real nature ol,onr busluess»ar H 1 j tnsv* fiAzxcuii&amp...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW NOT TO TREAT OUR SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

HOW KOTT W 11EAT OlK^ . // ? SOL&iER&y-/' S(^ :. . (Special to 'Tho Mir+or.'.'). ? V ,;._, ?inero naa Decn mucB mscuBsion recently about treating Bqldieira.:'. The 'iriHitary. and politicians ? have requested the .public not to traat soldiers... especially' thocie who have rcturnoiJ irom'the;Bei.t': of vrdr. ?. _ v. '.-'? .1- ? ' , . ...''. ' TMs^sort-of treating Is bad, for soldiers, nnd ? bo. Is', tho -ptlier: mqtljod .of. 'treallns. .'Tha oilier1' method, it may bo , mentioned, is the .way bur wounded and sick were treated by tho naval authorities on board a certain transport which or-' rived last week or bytlie company which owns tha vesse!. .,.?.'?.,. ?? .' . ' . ?''.?:?.??. ?'? ' .'What, the- men allege is. that front tBe day their* ' were: put on board at Malta, no- man', no mattin? ? how sick or badly wounded; was granted cabin' nccommodatloh. Though thero were not' far off -0O cabino, the men .were f oread to Bleep on deck;' ajjil not all of them sot mattres...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROWING MEN WHO ARE AT THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

BOWING BSBN WHO ABE AT THE FRONT. Australian Olympic elght-oor crow at 1912, six members of -whtoh havo enllstecf: — Standing -deft to right): Stuart Amess (N.S.W.), Simeon Frazor (Vie.). Keith HeritoRQ (N.S.W, enlieted), T.C. Parker (N.aw.), H. Hauenstein (N.8.W™ enlisted), a A. Middleton (N.aw, enUjstod), T. Ryrie (N.S.W., ??..'.? enllalcd), J. Ryrio (N.8.W). R. Barker (N.B,W, cnUsted). Kitting; (left to right); Alex Thomson (N.S.W^ manager). R. B. Fltzharainge(N.S.W.), W. J. MlOdleton (N.S.W.), - ' ? -. H. Ross Boden (Vie), C. S. Cunningham (Via, enlisted). In front: n. G. K. Waley -N,aw., Cox. ABSENT: Dr. H. K. Word (enlisted. -

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WORLD'S CHAMPION. DARCY RETAINS MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

WORLD'S CHAMPION. DARCY RETAINS MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP. ? There whs a splendid attendance — about 7000 — at the Rushcutter Buy Stadium last night, when Lea. Darcy, the world's middleweight champion successfully de fended his tltlo against Fred, Dyer, the clever Welshman. Darcy ? laid odds of £800 to' £200 that he would- 'defeat Dyer.,. In doing so, the Maitland* youth gave a marvellous display of two-handed boxing. Darcy had a exeat advantage In weight, tipping tbo ecale at 12st. 011b., to Dyer's lOst. 101b. ? FAST OPENING, Darcy lost no time in carrying the battle to his opponent, who, despite some clever, duelling and side-stepping, received Be- - vere punishment, especially at close quar ters. It was easily Darcy'a round. The second round was contested at ex traordinary speed. Darcy crowded his op-, ponent, who completely failed to evada the powerful lefts and rights which landed on his, face and body. Dyer placed a few lefts on Darcy, and narrowly missed tha . champion's chin...

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

CONDITIONS. In each ,of these two classes three prizes will be given of Photographic materials to the value of £1/1/-, 10/S; and B/- re spectively, to be obtained from Kodak (Australasia) Ltd., Sydney. Separate prizes of 10/6 and 5/- will be awarded 'to boys and girls -under 10 years ot age for the same subjects. To meet tho requirements of reproduc tion and fast printing, bold subjects will have preference, and it Is a condition that the original negative should be made on a Kodak Film or Austral Stand ard Platen, and printed on one. of the Kodak or Austral Bromide or Gaslight Papers. Prints should not be toned. Mr. Walter Burke, Editor of the 'Aus- tralasian Photo Review,', has kindly ecn sented to co-operate with the 'Editor '.ot 'Tho .Mirror' in Judging the competition, and the decisions of the Judges must be accepted as final. All photographs must contain on the back the name and. address of tho com petitor, Rnd a description of the subject, and In the case of the Junior prizes...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRIZES FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS. "MIRROR" COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

PRIZES ' FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS. 'MIRROR' COMPETITION. In response to numerous requests, ? we have decided to extend the' period during which 'The Mirror' Photograph Competi tion remains open- for^a further week. A large number of entries, have already been received, but in several cases competitors have asked for further, time. The com petition will therefore finally close on October 17, and no entries received after that date can bo -.considered.- The com petition is confined to amateurs. . - Prizes will be 'given for the photo ghaph of—* '' * '' ,* 1. A typical Australian- scene. 2. Snapshots of military subjects.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE INSECT WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

THE INSECT WAR. .* . . ?.?? ? - - . - ? ? ' ? 'j£;'\ ? War on tho housefly and the mosquito ? . Is as earnest a business as fighting the -?, 'German. Both Insects fight with on nb ^-..veolu.tp contempt for. the Hague Conven iU_^tlon,_ and 'their victims are. quite as i. .'numerous tis those Tor whose deaths the X. ? ? Kttteer. and his crowd are responsible. -' .'About Sydney some slight attempt is made V to deal with the mosquito;- but the time ' -.has come.. Nothing is easier than to fir abolish the -'sleep destroyer. Caught £, ~ young and fed on kerosene he dies as ' swiftly as if crushed by 'a municipal road '. ?' roller.- A little of the liquid systematlc ; 'ally thrown on all open waters in and ttronnd the' city would rid us ol the pest ' ' in a season. Thehouue fly is more diffi-' j cult He' breeds in dirt instead of water; .; «hd until Sydney learns that its back .. - yard Is not a rubbish tip he In likely.' to ' - ._ remain to carry disease and death. - ?? \'i~ '.. ..- f. . ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australia Plays a Powerful Part in Deciding the Fate of Nations. The ceaseless struggle at the Dardanelles becomes grimmer with the approach of winter. Murphy, the donkey, does ambulance work. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

::'i Australia . Flays _&: Foyretf^l ; P$rf .' ii^- -lleeidifflgy t^ The ceaseless struggle at- the Dardanelles, becomes grimmer with the approach of winter,. /? . ?' ?,-.?, ?'?^'?'*-*C .???'? :? ? -\ '?'-*' - Murphy, the dsmfcey, does amibtslance work. 'Murphy,'' tho Red Cross donkey at Gallipoli, hat been' doing useful work ;ln | bringing in ths wounded to tho tloctor. An 'Australian Bid 'Cross worker is' here , ' seen helping a wounded comrade from the firing line on'-the peninsula.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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Worth its weight in good red gold [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

'VPctrih. _it& weagl&t izk good red ,gol«? .-„.-; Tho provision of a plentiful ,supply;,af. ammunition Jo an imperative , necessity if ' tho Dardanellsa campaign- i» tp ,be carrjod tot a tsuccc»sful is»ue. , A tceno.in the. ,. , ' ' neighborhood of the Turkishfortr'eVs of:Seddur..Bahiv uhowln'g cases'filled with', . a . ' ammunition .for' the' AlKe*^' . , -? , ' ' -' ! ' '*

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAILING. SYDNEY CLUB. 18FT. HANDICAP WON BY ADVANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

SAUJSG. SYDNEY' CLUB. 18FT. HANDICAP WON BY ADVANCE. ?Yesterday's race was held under tbe . ? auspices of the Sydney Club, overvtha ; Sow. and Pigs-Clark Island course, and J a good number oC boats faced' the starter. ' The longmarkera scored .wcIL Following; ' are the results: — ' ' .' « Advanco (H. E.Thompson), 6{mln. £1?, , 1; Scot (J. Smith), SJmio, £8. 2; Ooldluar ? R. Beosbel), ISmin., £6, 3; Qulbree (a - J .Taylor), 61mln., £4, 4; Sunny South- (J. 'j Allen), SJmln., £3, 6; Sydney (N. W. t 1 Blackman), 42mln., £2, 6. -^ Won by 3min? 2^sec, with 29scc. be- j tween second and third. . t

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

|t;;::.'-;?:-.;:'--: :. V -;' ??:-,'? .Bgaa ^fflE^/MiRRaR**' . FOR sporting wewa' ..:;,w ??;.'? ???? ; Wg ?' Printed, for Uio AVSTKALlAN. PICTORIAt. NBWSPAPJ3R COMPAJnE- lamlUdL by 'The Worker-? Trustees, St Andrew's Place, Sydhty, and Published ?.y.Taok Mtchnel Myers, The Mansions [B; ' ? -'.?-?.?.-. ???-?.:.:.... - .' ??- ..:, M?plr.. Sydney, at the Offices .of the Company. St. Andrew's Place.- Sydney: ?? :? '' ' .' : ''' -

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

0^ AMUSING tETTER. In the ^last lsB'ue,' , of ',' ;Th6 Mirror ?. .a' paragraph :? appeared- in '.The'' Be.velled Edge,'. .Illustrated by. our artist, regaxdr ing a suburban' Iftdy \wh'o, byHrig to 'the high pri(c©;'of;inb'at and; butter,-, hadde bide'd tcf carry oii houstei-keeplng without these two. commodities.; ^Vo. have .re-, celved the following amusing letter on the Bubjectt-^;:; -. .-.- ';-.'1 i ?-.:.? ??;. -V,-,..-. ^c ; 'Ou ^Sunday.-L openedja iC'opy of. your Issue and saw myself'. In print; .Very greatly amused.rr:l''can ? assure yptr 4jy . your idea (or ' your artist's -idea; to bie. correct) ' of myself and -iroxvo haljr.^-.(Thls'.ln-; '.confi- dence)'. ''.'.But I, can, dsaure youfybur ar-: tist Is quite 'wrong in h'is \mpress(on: .of my pcreonal appe'araiice; ,Kojk he^haH de picted me .in i» y^ry untidy' lqplcrn'e. ,dre^B ing-Bpwn. evidence ?ort-ext«;etneii ppy^rty, Judging- by.' appearances,- -:'WhereaB. my diet Is conducive to, wtal^h-BettlnK, if I might ? be allowed ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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The Talk of Sydney A Lucky Medico. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

[?] .: ?'- ^??o??^^.i^v:^?^^B^r/.?lvvTL,Bl»:v:v^:i^v?:;?^x:./?-,:^4tj-?.???^ . A Lucky Medico. ?- v' The. 1$16 , spring meeting of. the A.J.C. will be remembered by at least one man ?. for tho reBt of his life. That man 13 Dr. W. J. Stewart'Mackay,' the medical 'favor , ite' of social Sydney, Durlng-the first two days of thb meeting Dr., Maclcay won tho 'huge sum of £18,000 by backing Wodrak for th6 Epsom and 'gottlnij away' with I the double. Dr. Muekay la a bachelor i who a, is fond of entertaining, and he has given m- soiuo delightful parlies- at hln ' country ? - eerloua side, of his life he' devotes to hla I profession anil the study ot Italian.' Ho. I ' has published ' Bome . flvo translations of I Dante. ?'?' ' v '. ' '. ?''?.?'.' I ? ?:=:- ???.-.??;:,V* ??!'.-? .-. .? ? v .. I ? Bed. Cross Commi««!onero. .. r. . . ? . H1 The last of the Red Cross commissioners If td 'leave for, Egypt, was Mr. J.. A.. Mur H . .doch, who, In 'order to learn at first, hand I . the' treatment ex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

? . . THE. - /i ' ' ? -1 wmt mw mum OAPami ohly. THE J^fflt m | lit! ' to (HI Sv THE ? fli »ISWAN ' I m / AH. Hing George v ^ , - ^.- '_ j 1ABE B¥ BBJT8SH lAMM, ' Let as Emve Yonr Ensiairles far ^very^fag EicctrlcaL i; ??? TTOU CANNOT AFFCIRD tO 1»1^S SUraMVS'- i«SMSWBT/6F; TTiffe 'MIRROR?

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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DO YOU TAKE MUSTARD? A Successful Operation. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

i DO yOU TAKE I MUSTARD ? f ??- ? By 'THE MAt- MULJ-AH.' i y A Succewful Opsration. - That popular Sydney medico.- Dr. Stew art Mackny performed the most profitable operation of a, successful career during the' week. He removed about £18,000 in -good Australian- gold from Sydney book maker!] without finding . It .necessary to use an anaesthetic. Both ? doctor and patients are said to bo doing veil. set'1; ;.;'. There was a 'young medical man, SBiS-iv .'? :' . WVho came of a good Scottish 'clan, Sjs$,''fc* r,- .One' Hay in 'the Spring, ' ' ? ? K#i.:; ' ? He' 'hit up' the ring: -m?l ;';?:_'-, \ He'll do it again If he can. ' B&'S.'fv :-. .--.-? - . W$fi;Th* Wfdow'« Cruise. ? |I$?t i r V There was one incident at the launching SBs^.v.-of the -Brisbane which was not Included ^r-Vvf'ln the press reports' of the function.. One ©-*- ;Of the guests at the feast which followed &?-? tho ceremony decided to make the most of Sp:'J /??;', her opportunities. Having eaten as much i...

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

? '.';',.' - ' ,-...... open '-'._. ?-. ? .' ?'?-?;? ?:?'?? ' -;v TO AlATEUR PHOTOQRAPEiEeS ENTRIES CLOSE I5th OCTOBER. .. ?.'..-.-. ^ In connection 'with the Artists' ExJiibition now being held at Grace Bros., 'it has been suggested by llr. . Julian Ashton^ the Chairman of the Committee of-.-Artists, to hold on Amateur Photographers' Competition1 of the Pictures now on . ,~ exhibition. , ... . . ?. . '. The Competition ' is . open . to Amateur- Photographers, and . . ?-. all who intendto enter must- bring aiongthpir. Camera and take ! {; a photdgraph of any Picture now hangiug in the Gallery. One ?-'? ?-' or more Photographs- may be sent- in,'- but only one- Prize can '? ry be won by any one Coififrctitor; :? '??;.'?.'? ; . ?'-;? The photograph can be any gize, and materials can bo- (t- purchased any where. It can be 'developed ? and printefl My^Vv;^ ,: where, and by anyone. '? ,? . ''~-,: .' .:.l--iV. '?' . . ..-.-.'? . ?'?? :' -'?'?''-'?? : ' The Editor of ''T^p^Mirror'^orrabme c...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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UNIVERSAL SERVICE LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

:-*' U NIvkRe/Ski.- 'SERVICE LEAGUE. - . -The.- iwburbaligijanipalgii-.of : the...Unl; versal - Service League opens at Rand 'wtck- onV^MoriSiy:1 ioyenfn'K ' 'when' a public meeting,, convened by the Mayor, Alderman F. H. ; Clark, will be held In thp^ local ^ Town . Halt - . The main -rM object 'of. the 'meeting is to. rprm'a'.branch . at^ of the^ League. ? .The Mayor ;has' consented ;?;'.*£ tb'take.the chair, and amonjr^thoBpeakoTB ''-H' will be. the ' Hon. ' 'F. [ E.:'.W|hchcomba;'; 'tSi M.L.C., Mr. David Storey, iaj^A.','Mr. Geo.V, '^ Lewis, J.P., and Mr. X R.' Wallace, cap- '.%':*? tain of tho Randwick Rifle Club. .-? :'iff$

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

X ; .a ?';'? .'ANSwiRs'To' aui;sTi6Nsi.J '' .; : ? :.,.V.C.,v.Copnanjble:.'.Qrnc9i GHhord iand 1Fr(»nbIs'-Fora'nr6rbpth.inarrle'd,,b.uttnot'td e5ich.«ioUiEr.i; They thave: bcensiO Eevernl pictures .in; Sydney^ slrtce- 'LuclHotLoye.'.'; ' ' Mayis,'Redfern t ' jiargildrHe, Clii lie says ijh£;:Isn't;niarjied,' njid— wgll, Bhe* bought2 to* know bfesC Why not write to her?. rj— ; ^'Yvonne, -Newt'own:''- Ma'ry'-'PIckfora 13 marriea.^ She' isV22 gears', qli .^The^Ish ilstcrs 'are iu-£ manflcd.! 5 IJlflah'1Is::19-'years bld'ahd'Dorothyrtwo*yea'rsT6uiiger. -? ?:Y;; ??i'.tSJ}#. Balmain: -iCast .of./.'FrqmnHeadr Quarteirs^v-'as-:/ fqllowjt^Betective r-Bellv Andrei . Randolph; - hli -. daughter,C; Anita SttWarX;.Wnj:BrQWji,Vjaarle Williams, and Edrlo^Temple; aretp^errSaie.f' ?:-.- i'U.--.ri :: i ,;P 'J.Crr . Asjbfleldj; The^qstj.tradejap.ers turelKe.ws,'';, .^nd T'MdtOBraphjv^..'.All. are American Journals. ; You can.getsubBcrip-l tlori-'rates .from' Gordon nni' Gotcb, , ' 123, PItt-strcet; ?''...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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ADVANCE NOTICES. The Bishop's Silence. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

ADVANCE NOTICES. ' f':. The Bishop's Silence. ' ' .: ? i .:- . An adaptation of Maxwell Gray's fa mous novel, 'The Silence of Dean Malt land,' has been filmed In England by the Regent Film Co:, and, will be. screened, at. Waddlngton's ... Majestic ,V°na \ .P'?W Theatres, ''commencing; to-morrow.' The etqry Is one of intense dramatic interest. Jt is the ll(o story of a clergyman, who has .sinned in his .youth and has allowed another. mnn to^feuffer fbr.his .crunp.',.Suc^ ccss: comes' to ..him ..later in_llfe, but lUs w^olb- lifo'Js Jiaunted^by the' crime whlcli ho ?haBtcqncenl;Ra;-'Firially;-ho-is moVed to conress his crimp before the whole world. From^-the.. pulpit^ he.-4ells his .story, aind wlth^th^woiw. ^Brethren;; lay 'life .has beeh;ono~black lie/' 'he. fall3 to th'e ground, a dead man. .. The scene is Intensely 'draT matlc/'and lose? '? no'tjilng' by -its 'p'resOn* idtionih'plcture'forml '' v» ?' ? ?:??''''.' ?'''??- ?? .:--.v'K1'-;';-:.-^- ''??' ?'-:-?'-) 'Mrs. Black is gaefc...

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