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AN EXPERIMENT IN LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

AN EXPERIMENT IN LIGHT. If you were a-Ued whether mpvcm! liirliU slilnhiis ! tlirt.nitli one hole cast one biff llfflit or a K-t of small | c.ne-, ,\oii would probably thlnlt, «t they all dome tlirou«ii the one hole, tlut 01 u- big light wotill he the rc-nll. Shall we try and nee Y Ta!;e u niece of card ainl ina'ie a bole abnttt a riuarler of 1111 inch wide in it. I'.ehiud ibis Maud three ?enUiil-hined c:iinlle i-mis, and livlil tliem. Then look on Ihe other hide of tbe -sii'd, and you will llnd Ihr.e sepiiratc imtches of Unlit from . tl'e iude— one l«r each candle — and not a (iliilfle hirffc one. 'Yh\* U because roy* f't lii;ht do not stop one au nt her when -they cros- (ai they do at the rai'd hole), but continue their jonmi-y whatever llifbt ifets In the way. .

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FORT-STREET GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL EXCELLENT PATKIOTIC WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

FORT-STREET GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL EXCELLENT PATKIOTIC WORK. On page 1 of this ifsue will tie found * pic ture of a large number of the e»'ls at the Forl street High School, Sidney. During the past few weeks the efforts of the rJrls of the school have been devoted to the raising of ftmds for the Y.M.C.A. Field Ser viie, and as a result of thsse, together with -ihc proceeds of their Winter sports meeting. held last week at Rushcutters Bay Oval, a sum of £10). '10/ will be handed to the organising secretary of the Y.M.C.A. This sum includes B guineas, the proceeds of a bazaar organised by the girls of Remove 'B Class. Bravo, Fort-street ! Twe shall be glad to publish similar particu lars from other schools. — Editor Mirror.]

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIDDLES. ANSWER IN BOY'S NAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

RIDDLES. Ttv n Mirror Header. ANSWKII IS HOV'K NAMK. 1. If on a lon-v journey mid you couldn't travel by road or rail, how would you w '/— I'ercy. ??. Wliut do you »lve 11 staiiip '.' — Alich. a. A ImrKliir's tool V — liinniy. 4. A famous (ieiicr.il S-Umlon. .j. If ymi are tired of Krilled steal;, what du you do ? — StllHl-l. (i. A eounlry iu Kurope roiituiiiiiia a Ijoa'.s and uirl's niiiiie ''— UelKiiiin. 7. An KukIIhIi foldler ': — Toiliinv, 8. A tin article Y- Hilly. ANSWKIt IN (illtl.'S NAMK. 1. If you want 10 ljuilil a city 011 each side of a river, what would you do Y llridad. ?-'. ll von tmv a woman -it I;, what would you do ? — Ada. ;i. A Brc.it chaiiipasiic-HTowhijf country V—Kriineis. 4. What du people do when we are hungry V— l'hyllis. ii. What i* always in a garden Y--lrloia. U. What town in Krant-e was bombed by the Ormans ! -X 11 1 icy. 7. A fainoiin Admiral ?— Ueutlie. K. A lown iu Soul hern Kuioim; ':— rioienee. !i. Something used in washiii' clothes ?/—{?eg. in. Wha...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITISH ARMY BADGES A MIXED COLLECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

BRITISH ARMY BADGES A MIXED COLLECTION. .VI hi iy j .louiftr kIiI to-tin v knows innre about Army l.adirc Ih.in the Army iiscif knew prim' to U'lt, for ►lie rnlliMl' llii'in m,d pri/.crt them end ink* tor lucre, 'I'liey are it most marl ling cnlleelion til Minimls, mill the hiMory t»l their origin mid evolution would ill! « hmil.. They iii'ludc the French iind l'lii-lan JiuRlen, tin ItrautMm of \Vnl'« hikI rhliui, the Sphinx (if Jiitjjit, the I'afchnl l.aiilh. the White llur.e- of Hanover mill Kent, the Death's Head, the l.lon nr Knulatitl, him! In addition to the-e real mid inylliohiyle.il collection, the ehphunl, the tiller, the iitilclopc, the Miiis'h lieud, Had the hear mid ragged »tutV. Nor l» thi« all. They include Intgiiw, gini«, rifles, ric niidei, a lmr|i and crown, u hart and find, an uccirn and o;ii- leav.'., j ulolic mill Imirel leave-, a rn-e niul crown al! im ulit.h - niinl like tl.c iiaiius of bouses (f lefividi M'i tee Malted riM«. the ThUlle of Sent hind the ;--.- -...

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

NEW COMPETITIONS. MUM A.-lhln --Um U -.|!,'ti mily \n Umno who »r» wider 18. l'''r the neMe.t and b,-.| Imidwi-itlui: iu 4 little letter t«i Aunt Ue-, *? |.rl«t. ,,r »;$ wf|| )„, m,.^),,,!. lit'ttii'ii nbutild bL- -|nili' »hm-(4 mid miiilu will ln- «ivfu loi- tin. picjicr iMiiit iu which a letter ttiuuU be wrlttfn. , . Cl»w II.-rTlib rtHM 1. open tn »ll Pomi-diti.r« wh» jtri- iiiwrn. rur me «n um ]«« Ernt in ((|u.y tleei not be orlsinau a pur..' of a bunk tu (lie \alue \,i 7« i« offeri'il. 'J'li» dinner nuy nuUe Ills cir ln-r uwu cliolce ol Hie viilume. rhus I'.-lleiv in a rl«M thai ttwj -n be very imnnLir. Anyone tinder the age ol ]'.! yem. mav enter 1 w*nt you to nialie an mmiy words nut ol 'Ouinlitutentv' ?? yon run. No proper iiiuiim 1,1 he ,,,,.,|, am, ,,„,,. „ appeittliii; in 11 »tand:iM diiUunury are perin|-,ib||. -j'],, tirlw Is either 1 little raiurra or a good J'u'intjiii i.m, I'Ijw I).— TJiln I'laSH in Jor bo,\« only, and is open to those who lmv« not rencbeil thiMi' l(*l...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THIS WEEK'S STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

THIS WEEK'S STORIES. An American editor had a notice Muck up ubave lii -t den!;, on which wax prJntcd : '.Veciiraey ! Accuracy ! Accuracy !' and tliis notice lie always tiointed out to the new reporters. One day the youngest, member of the staff came in with his report of a public inert ing. The editor read it thromsh, sind ciiine to the sentence : ??Three tliousjiii nine hundred ami ninety-nine eyes were fixed upon the *peul;cr,' 'What do you 'mean by malting a tillv blunder like that V' he dcmuudi'.l, wralhfully, 'Hut 11 'h not 11 blunder,' protested the yoiiii^ter. '?There was a one-i-.ved man in the audience !' 'Dn you have matins in. thU chnreb ?'? fl^ed the llifrlt Cliurcli visitor of the verger of the village chinch. 'MatliiK Y No, Indeed,' replied tlnit diunitai'.v, with scorn ; 'we has oilcloth, and right up the chancel, too ;' ? . . ? Wife : 'What is meant, Violin, by the phrase, 'carry ing (oals to Newcastle' V' Husband : 'It is it metaphor, my dear, ' fcliowing the doing...

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

'BIFF' Gives Spring and Speed fo the Feet! HK^Sf* with Joy Tender Feet, Sore Feet, Swollen Feet,' Corns, Chilblains, relieved without delay. New Foot Medicine Quickly Banishes all Foot Ailments. '.BIFF' is a scientific compound wliicli draws out all poisonous matter from Ihe pores of the skin, leaving the skin in a perfectly health v condition, to perform its natural functions. This unique compound will render the feet sweet and antiseptic EXTRACTS from Unsolicited Letters 'Words cannot e.vprrss my gratitude to the man ufacturers of ' HIFl'Y for it U without question Ihe finest, preparation for foot troubles on the ma'ket.'— A.N.. s.li. 'Your remedy CH1FF') for chilblains is curir.g me.' 'B1F1-' can lie 'obtained through all cheiniMt= and ' Mores from the wholesale house*, nr post five direct fii;m the manufacturers. Price Is. Od. i ? r. box, large s:ze I three times ihe -iuunt:ivi -l-\ THE BIFF MANUFACTURING CO. I14a PITT STKKKT - - SYDNEY

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

HEAD OFFICE ^**?ip*'^ BYDNKV. i«Si General Banking- Business PK-'«, Oltle, an,* T owni of Au»trBll«. London, Tldworlh (6«ll.bury Pl.ln), and R«b«ul. wwlih ijXiJh ifi» Vuil«V» ''* ''''?iP'lon inmwcKd Within Ibe Common. Savings Bank Department 1/« Minimum At all Branohn, and over Intor«»t at 3»/ ?/ usponlt 26OO *IC«nclon at Pont Office* Per «nnum **/? ww in Australia and Papua. up to £300 INTERSTATE «nd INTERNATIONAL SiTlngi Bank F.clJlUn. Vi ''??WMtiri,11 '''mi'mm ? .n ??.?£'!'??'?'??— .1,-.,..,,- lfi!!?'0V MllLI'L- ''?'?' V BOOKS FOR CAMPENTERS THESE A HE RELIABLE BOOKS A.NIJ VV.l.L OF USEKUI. HINTS. ril.LEH MCSCJI1PT1OX sr\'T .: ON UEQl'JiST. THE STICK/. SQUARE AND ITS USES T3IMPU' 9 If I'.aI'LAiNJ'.U ? . &/ fd CAHPENTHV AND JOI.NEHY. Compritluc notes on Miiloiialu, Procc«H;8, Principles mul practice, with :SSOU Illustrations and 12 eoloml 1 ft /7 J'lules.v (C'nsw'l & Co.) ? IV/l UUVJiLS AND Cl'TS : Easy Jltlliods of Wmiiing ?! If TIkiii, by Hiirdv ? O / tt HOW TO M...

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

NEWS FROiM ALL SOURCES. Forthcoming releases include Trilby at the Crystal Palace ; The Book Agent and Youth at the Empress ; Richard the Brazen and Sudden Jim at the Lyceum j The Last Challenge at the Grand ; Sacrifice and Heart's Desire at the Globe and Majestic. In each case the films will commence on Monday, and be shown all the week, with the exception of the Lyceum pictures, which wil be released on Saturday. # * » Robert W. Chambers' novel, Who Goes There ? has been picturlscd in seven acts by the Greater Vitagraph Companyfi who also filmed his novel, The Girl Philippa. Alice Joyce and Harry Morey, who appear at the Lyceum this week in Richard the Brazen, portray the leading roles in Who Goes There ? it * * Time Locks and Diamonds, William Des mond's five-act Triangle production of a crook's regeneration) will be presented for three nights commencing Monday next at the King's Cross Theatre, Darlinghurst, supplemented by Thirst, a Keystone comedy of dry humor, i* D- * Bessie L...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
At the Movies Trilby with Clara K. Young. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

At the Movies Trilby with Clara K. Young. In making the concert scene for Trilby her latest film appearance, Clara Kimball Young provided the amusement-loving populace of Los ?Angeles with a performance that was as real as it was meant to appear on the screen. In the story Trilby, after working her way to fame as a singer through the hypnotic powers of Svcn liali. sines at a canrrrt in a cmslt tnuin and tragedy prevails when, the influence of the master mind is broken through his attention Icing attracted elsewhere, Trilby breaks down. It so happened that Miss Young, who enacts the name part, is possessed of a genuinely clear singing voice, with which she. first appeared on the stage. Miss Young gave a rendition of one of her earlier successes, and wan rewarded by continuous applause from her audience. Chester Barnett, Paul McAllister, who plays the villain in The Whip, and Wilton Lack-aye, support Miss Young in the filmisation of George Du Maurier's novel and play. Sudden Jim. When...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KERENSKY OFF TO THE FRONT RUSSIAN DICTATOR CHEERING ARMY [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

KERENSKY OFF TO THE FRONT If—^— ~ ? firnn iiiiM mi ? RUSSIAN DICTATOR CHEERING ARMY 1 ? ? SHI» a.'sss-Kfflys-ssaft -sr iss Second-Lieutenant W. R. Yates, M.C., recently returned. He was wounded at Gallipoli, and was afterwards shot through the head at Demicourt, where . . he won his decoration: THEOLD1WIIL The Providence Journal in this amuting car toon makes the two Willies watch in vain the old mill which will not go round. ? ^i^ ? ? Mr. J. W. Roberts, chairman of the Melbourne Stock Exchange, who sold a considerab'e number of enemy tihartfti in. mCning companies in Mel bourne last week. ON THE reNCE The Russian soldier views the European rne'cS with an altitude of culm and impartial Ce.ach ment. — (Detroit News.) An attractive sports coEtums of dark green and white striped linen, with black tie and belt, which gives it a very smart appearance. The smart Jardine hat of green straw is faced with georgette and trimmed with flat ribbon flowers.— (Underwood.) -ft-«-««.-t««~iH»,,,,,,,,...

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

A NEW PEACE TRAP The German- Government is continually putting forward peace feelers. This cartoon from the Philadelphia Enquirer indicates American o pinion in regard to one of the more recent proposals.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HORACE BENT HUMOR IN LIFE AND DEATH [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

HORACE BENT ; HUMOR IN LIFE AND DEATH By RANDOLPH BEDFORD. Here in Queensland, a few years after the death of Horace Bent, a inan told me the story that concludes this writing — an excellent ending for a life full of sounds of humor, Minifying laughter. We respect plenty of cold citizens who have made eood in a good way; who are clever and nnanciauy regular; or who man; out a line o: conduct and follow it unswervingly. But the thing we most love in life is life, and the high, even, uproarious expression of it, so that we never fan be indifferent to the man who malccs us laugh. There were better soldiers, may be, than Tom Dawson, but somehow his death in Flanders is a sadder thing than of other men we knew ; just as the end of Hamlet is infinitely less sor rowful to most of us than that Yorrick, the jester, should have his laughter and love of life dwindle to an eyeless skull. I didn't know Horace until his love of life had lost him his living — except in a very casual and precarious...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WILL THESE MEN, RETURNED FROM THE GREAT ADVENTURE, BE REPLACED? [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

WILL THESE MEN, RETURNED FROM THE GREAT ADVENTURE, BE REPLACED? These are groups of some of the large body of Australian soldiers who have returned from the front during the last two weeks. The three men in the group on the left are (reading from left to right) : Private Owens (Clifton, South Coast, N.S. Wales), 1st Batt.; Private Sullivan (Surry Hills). 53rd Batt.: Sergt. Hammill (Walcha) 28th Batt. The men in the ?►centre are (left to right) : Private Grace, D.CM.,2nd Batt.in action at Gallipoli and France; Lance-Cpl. Long, D.C.M. (Manly), 13th Bait., wounded several times at Galiipoli, Moquei farm, Armentierres, and Ypres. The group on the right shows Lieut. Brcbner (Chatswood)^ 53ni Batt., with friends and relations. He is suffering from gas poisoning. HERE THEY REST ?Here rest three Swedish vesse's and ten Swedish seamen, si;nlt and drowned by German U-boats. Gott Strafe England, — (Sondags Nis;e, Stock holm.) The Marchioness of Londonderry in the uni form of 'Colonel of the En...

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

sgfe^S By JOHN DRAYTON. The difference in a socialist and a specialist 3s that the first wants half yours, and the other will take the lot — if you, get into his clutch. « ?' ? Her advt. ; 'Young lady wants position as dining-room waitress.'1 The advt. of the man who pays the wages j 'Wanted girl to assist in refreshment room.' Same job in each case. The difference is one of style only. An American paper — Commerce Reports — says that by a new process used in Melbourne (Australia), sole leather can be tanned in seven days. Which accounts for the wearing out of hoys' boots — in seven days, or less. The fichting rren ask for a new reading of an old saying : 'The road to hell— the hell of the battlefield — is paved with good inventions.' * ♦ * Time the war was put a stop to. Every time a big howitzer is fired it uses up the equivalent of two barrels of whisky, or. twenty barrels of beer. * ♦ # It cannot be said we are tightening up on the outlay in the ef'ort to get recruits for milita...

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

EVER-READY. Why p.trike a match, grope in the dark, trip on the carpet, fall downstairs, and break your leg, when for an outlay of 3/6, you can walk in stfety ? Under the Trade Mark of 'EVER-READY,' you can choose an Electric Torch, Hand or Pocket Lamp, or even one only as big as a fountain pen, and you may be sure it will be reliable. Prices range from 3/6 to 30/. Buy one now ; it will be useful long nftcr the strike. The 'EVEN-READY' is BRITISH n;ade, and never fails. To be had' from all Dealers in Electrical Goods.—* ' ?' '?

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRAUGHTS. PROBLEM No. 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

DRAUGHTS. PROBLEM No. 13, H.v A. J. Uufl'ner— a Irilli.mt. --or)i. Hliii-li.— 2, it, 6, 17, 20, 2S ; Kins?, 11, it. il. Wlillo.— 10, 14, 1!', 'Jl, 2-J, S2 ; Kings, 1, 21, 2!). Wliite to piny nnd win. Solution of So. 11 (Yeoman).— Bluvk : IS, i'l ; Kinjr, S2. White : 1!) : Kings, 15, 10. lilac* to play and draw, thus- : 1K-22', 1o-l8, W--2~{a), 18-2.'i, 27-24, ID-IJ, 24-13, 10-20, 111-10. 23-22, 23-27.— Drawn. (u) If 22-20 18-27, !!2-23, 10-12, 23-10, 12-10, \V. win*. C'orii'i-l sultt! Sen ot No. 10 from Ulng-l.'uiiJ:, llnikcii Hill. Traps for the l.'nwnrv.-.Pinjrlc fonior. 11-ir. R-ll ' 0-22 0-.ii 1II-22 M-±\ 22-18 24-11) 20-17 17-11 H-MI 27-4 10-22 10-13 11-15 4-S 7-H Uliitc 2u-18 IIMO 28-24 21-17 2;MS win. 11-15 10-l(l 5-14 7-11 7-11 iSli 22-18 24-13 20-25 31-2(1 28-2J(li) 21 -2 15-22 7-U 11-1S 11-18 11-18 2,'.i-18 211*18 2cJ-22 2n-1.*'J 21 1!) A\lii p l?-10 3-14 3-7 2-7 lfl.2tf wins-. ]h-],j(u) 1S-!I 22-13 22-1.'i 20-22 tii) Srttiiif Hit Iwit. (I)) l^rglit.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHESS & DRAUGHTS PROBLEM No.13, By. H. J. Tucker, Elyth, S.A. BLACK (11 pieces). [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

CHESS & DRAUGHTS —'' ? '»— ? ? PROBLEM No. 13, 1I.V II. J, Tuilur, Ulj-tli, K.A. ULA(K til I'iwij.). W UliJ -]J 1 ( i 1 White Io play ii nd niato in twu nio.is, (U.d I1. |i 1 CJ .--, !], SI |, 2, i| 1 Ii 1) 1 r 2, 1 N i! |- 2. I' it 2 I' a, 2 I' .I, l.i 2 II K n 2.) XOTK.-JM lust ivcfk'n luoUcin (So. 12, l.y P. n. MathcWk), two white plows wi-ri- oinittcil I'rtun' the din Kraiii. A Qrwn hIuhiW Ktitml on IJ S, uihI u Hook mi if «), as fhoHti in !??(? r- r\vtli i-ot .i:lu:i. .Solution of No. 11 (-i|nirli4-).— 0 K 1, p 'i H (j, r 1 p .'-, 8 I' II 1 II p I, I I; ]? ?-. n 0 n, Ii ii ;, S, 1 ii I N 2 r I. Mutr ill two. Key i l)-|l a. Polvod by II. .Iriiliiiifi, Ti'iupo ; imil M. llnr nr, Nmth .Sydney, Incnrrc-it. : It x 1' is mil by 1- n 1'. Further t-olutiuli of No. 1(1 iro.'i : ].*.(;. XI., UiiihI.! U-tis. Q. B.C\(!. : Your tr.v for No. in If mot In- K-154 M.ll. : Tluinks for original. Will ho invcMimiloil. A brilliant riiiup troin Smitli Africa, Won \,y T. MuL'r.vptal : White. ...

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

THE REMARKABLE PREVALENCE IN AUSTRALIA OF SUPERFLUOUS HAIRS l- di'|ilMinlil-., iiii.l Urn only 1'it.v kiwwii !?- wiciit Iflo iilf.tMily.is oi-rmltd wty (Mffidly by tho iiio.H-a ,Jr (mined HMvlnliM. UUti«-'1i»B-r twliiful -rt« the rcnlll I heir dully fruni lu-lif* who llti^^! IiiTU ilrut'l\Td iiu.l -!.»? rmiMlied throush ii'ini; external ?i|i|Jlli1ii(Ioi'» and ?Ml' '??ut ki-chIIi'iI rntm for mpi Ulnoiii hair. Tlie' al»jjll.-u1 m;u »f unv chrmiia) whi-l- ivill nwiHr»lc deeply Mi otic h 'I* th'htniy (lib luilr l'i- pilln iimM of Hi1 ' »? hit v prrniaimiKly '!-.'? » 4 M.rov an.l ttlsfiRiiia y _^'^^ '?£ Adhi'hlvc pla'li-r, (^ ^ ' ^'^ inir, fcifrpn, rau'tii*. I. \f , ,,, ' «'l|l »' Uipllaii'lii' — tt[ \' r ^— uv| H9k ilroy tht lull i' '» ^H ' .«gr iBh' ' fi^^. leinal Io ami ?llj.'.Mly JBA. mX^ ??SffftiHB ^ below tin- (Un ?nr- ^y^k* V j fgg&r ii'HIutlun and Kilnui ^^ffiL. ?*? J&lWy 'at ion ulaniilnsly In ^«B^^rt»7 K$[ I4iuwth, Krr'ii»ih tniii '?L ^^ *^^C^T' '^'^ \« iMiiiibi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

In the selection of Corsets, a personal fitting by Anthony Horderns' experts assures the correct model Our Corset experts will advise the style and fit the model most suitable for individual figures. I ONLY UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS BRICKFIELD HILL SYDNEY

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