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

MISCELLANEOUS ' FINEST POHCELAIX (to Argument): H in niamifarhncil in Dughiiid. MOI'NT Ki:N.NIE OUTRARE (to K.It., NcveaM'liO : The dale wan Kcptembcr 0, ]S*i. HKT OX'MOU.Y M'EDWIN (to A.T., I.clchhardt) : Any thing in hand imi't he on -Mollv Mrdttin. DI\'OKC'li; CASE (to Divorce, Crow's Nest): It was finally decided on Tuesday, April ?), 1001. T1IK UAHR1EK (to II..). W., B.irwood): lleaiiinonl Smith produced The Barrier at the Adclphi Thcatpe in 1014. DEEMING Sl'HAY CO. (to H.W.. Paddiiiflon) :Yi', the agent in Sydney is A. Asher Smith, oil Marki-t-rtu-et. X15EI)LE\VOKK (to C.U., .Summer Hill) : .'Ih'ic is no fixed charge. It iB a matter tor arrangement between you. LONGEST Jtrx (to Momi'ftii Anrnv. Woollahr^) : Our Mits Gibba ran for apr.roximatcly eisht months in Sydney. GAIjAH (Waverley) : Rub somu bitter aloen on tlr fcathcrf. After a mouthful or two they gcner.illy fto.i 'he habit. fiOUTH AinilCAN WAT1 (to BrltiHli, CHinperilown) : TIip war started in October, 18'JO, and peace...

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

WE HAVE .ITST IM31:KD. KOR TIIE PRESEXT SPUING AND Sl'MMlil! SI5ASON, An Illustrated Booklet OF bigk-Class Costumes MADE TO OltDEn. Thin Booklet will give our Clients fomc idea of tho Iteautiful and Inexpenu've Work we are able to product*. Your name and address on a podtcard will bring y-ou this Iteautiful Uooklel at once. £. WAY & COMPANY, 'THE HOUSE OF QUALITY.' PITT-STREET. SYDNEY. Mention This Paper.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR BUSY FINGERS BABY'S FIRST SHIRT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

FOR BUSY FINGERS BABY'S FIRST SHIRT. .Mititt'vlntinit.-cli, vhiiln ; tr, trcbki i d o, doubli: crochet. Mulwluls lk'i|utn-0L— Iuk I'l'iiile**! pctrl wool and a Hum bone iiook, l ymd rlhbun. CVmimfiHi' with S- ihiilns Kir tho tutk. l'lrM How.— j i\ -- in tho thiid cJihIu irom aIk liooV, a d o in the next rtitcli, 1 d e in ih'M, ? mini 2 ch, He In next, a il t' in nvxl, 1 d t' in next, i-epi'Ht fixiiu ? to Mid, 1 d c.Ih last Mlhh. 'i'urn with 2 «!i «t end vf this mid vvciy row. Tiiero khould In' 11 jwlnU J'l thin run', Swwvi How.— Talic u-i IhuU thmul Iliro'iuluwt, ihv work, ? inin. i! d -_?, 1 d v in the third d c, i d c on next, ] ti c on nest, ivpwil iroin *, 1 d « on to|i o thiilu lhat tinned, ltc]-iat from u'iowl it-w until Si rowii aie Join1. Tlilriy-thii'd Kow,— \Y- mI; i1u-h- points, inihs 2 d i\ 1 0 e j'n nc.\t, turn wiili 2 rli and work a.i heforo lii wwn of 8 points for tiie ehoul'lcr, Hu rot. iirrnk (p!V, mil work 2J rh nnd turn, and work half the iroiit ol the chain up lo...

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

QUESTIONS ANSWERED MEDICAL BERENICE (t.'ulrnn, Q.) : -'o. OHOSE (Hay) : See reply in this Ifi'ue to A.A.C. (North Sydney), am! follow (he treatment proscribed. lOl'J'Y (Mar.vhorough, (}.) : 'lim child inuft be examined lij; a doctor before treatment can bo Fuggestod. In all probability tlio seizures arc o( an apoplectic nature, and immediate attention is therefore advisable, CAXTON' (Mosman): The following is the formula of a satisfactory dry shampooing liijuid : Strong solution of ammonia joz, oil of bitter almonds 15 niiuinu, lincturo of (|iiilluia !Joz, lavender ivnliT uoz, rcitilled Epirit of wine to 1 pint. 0AU.0WAV (Mdcosnbe) : Accordinit io your means the honorary specialist at any of the larger public hospi tals may be consulted by arrangement with the Mullcal Superintendent. Either vrite or communicate w'th tho latter, and ttuto your rciuircinciit'. A.C'.C. (North Sydney): I'ri-inattirc (jreyneia U frcnuently of constitutional origin, i-o that with an iinprmomc.it in health...

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

________________ ^____ ^ SPRING AND SUMMER FASHIONS. Messrs. E. Way and Co., of Pitt-street, Syd ney, have just issued an illustrated booklet of high-class costumes for the present Spring and Summer season. A postcard will bring it Mention the Mirror.

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

CITY TATTERSALL'S CLUB SVDXKV, SPRING MEETING RANDWICK. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1917. 'J'HIO NOVKK IIAMJlCAI'. rif 200 kcivs. Kur all liorsn' which have never lveiyvud ii prize- cm the tin! exceed j utT DO sovs iii v.ihio ill lime oi starling (luutck'ii Viie-.'i o.M.'opltil), 1 mill', TDK I-'LVINU JIAXWCAl', of Ji'M fovj. 0 fminn^s. 'IWO-YEAK-OUJ HANIJU.'AI1, of 2,'it) mj^, J'\-r two yciir-oliK 11 furlom;--. THK STKn'J.KCHASK, oi 'J.-.U fovs, about, 2J inll.'S. CITY TAITKIISALI/S 1IASDICA1', of .'iOO fiC.v*-, 11 mile. 'J'Jlii CJ.Llt AVK1.TICI!, of SM sovs. J.owo.t luimHcip 1 weight, 7.7. J mile. Vor fuller vai'ticular.-', ?vl'- l'iosruiuuu'=. A..T.C. TUile* of liauiiij,', Jl.siaws, ;iml Itegiiliifion--. The. cujiiuiillrc of City TaUcrsull'd C'liib rescrvrs Ilk' right tu roi'uK' any I'llii'.V. FN'J'ltlKS for tho nl'ovo raws are to U' made wilii f.ic umlcrsijriici) Ix'fore 4 p.m., JiOXO.W, SIM'TKUlJKIi -M, VJVi. fir»l forfeit oi 1 s»v must nceomjmjiy each entry. MIANK WALTON. ScireUry. ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MIRROR OF SPORT HOUSE, FOOT, AND MARINE- Will It Be Repealed? [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

nippop9/jpoi?t /I ill\l\Vi\ y «/l VH B\ 1-IOKSE, FOOT, AND MARINE -By O ur Correspond ents. Will It Be Repeated 7 Last year at the RosehUl meeting Cetlgncwas favorite for and won the Spring Stakes (w.f.a.), while Panacre finished second. Then Panacre won the Epsom a# fortnight later, juBt beating; Polycratcs. On Saturday Cetigne was again favorite for the Rosehill w.f.a. event, and duly won, with Wedge second. Wedge, as every ooay icnows, is a solid lavorite tor this year s Epsom, and as he has 121b less to carry, the run makes him look extra special. Still, racing is a funny game. Wins Bootless. Biplane took his hock boots off to run in the Rosehill Guineas, and improved so much on Chelmsford Stakes form that perhaps there was some justification for the excuse that he was hampered by one of them slipping down in the Tatt.'s event. Anyhow, a lot of people reckoned the improvement was too great, and were not slow to mention it. Probably next time the Comedy King colt wears the trappi...

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

In theBB troublous days, when we read bo much about the 'handing of passports,' many people will be Interested in seeing just what constitutes one of these precious documents. We are indebted to Mr. Grove for his courteBy in permitting ua to produce below a copy of the passport by virtue of which he enjoyed the protection of the British nnd Portuguese Governments In 1902, while conducting his Exploration Party from Angosche to Blantyre examining the intervening country 'without let or hindrance,' from a naturalist's and geologist's point of view. Mr. Grove also carried with him a direction from the Marquess of Lansdowne, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, to A. Sharpe, Esq., C.B., etc., requesting that he should render such assistance aB he properly could to the explorer in carrying out the objects of his scientific pioneer work. Signatmvof'tfic Bearer /£{&$&& tf\ /y/y/^gjX-^,t MR. DANIEL GROVE, Explorer and .lournalist, now editor of The Austral Briton....

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ODD NOTES ON MEN AND MATTERS. An Excellent Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

ODD NOTES ON MEN AND MATTERS .' An Excellent Home. Sgt. Charles Patrick, a well-known Sydney cricketer, pays a warm tribute to the War Chest Club in London. He describes it as 'an excellent home ,for Australian soldiers, and quite free from the strict military regime ; ac cordingly our boys find themselves thoroughly at ease there, and, my word, how they can pro vide the dinner at the modest cost of 1/ I ? cannot understand. I can assure you that no where else in London would you get such a meal for less than 3/ or 4/. It is served so nicely, and everything is so attractive, forming a pleasing contrast to the mud and slush of the - trenches and battle area in France. This club is a veritable boon to all Australian soldiers.' . A.C.F. Flags. The Chief Commissioner of the Australian Comforts Fund is sending two flags to Sydney which have been associated with the work of the fund on the western front for some months. The Commissioner adds: 'They have been hung at various shacks and dug...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Through the Eyes of a Woman :: :: THE WEEK'S GOSSIP Patriotic Fete. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

Through the Eyes of a Woman :: :: THE WEEK'S GOSSIP Patriotic Fete. Elsewhere you will fiml some lntereslinj I'ktures of tht fa: den fete wntth was. oinvcd fcy Lady Anderson Stuart in the As:ham grounds last Saturday, in aid of the Darling Point branch of the Army Medical Corps. Mrs. Alphcn, the president, who with 1'er committee organised the fete, received Lady Stuart, and she and her colleagues may bs congratulated on a very successful function. Presentations. Lady Anderson Stuart was presented with a bouquet tied with khaki streamers by Mrs, Alex. McLachlan's little daughter, who was supported by a smart little Highlander. Mrs. Wright, wife of the Archbishop, and Mrs. Augustus James were, with Lady Anderson Stuart, guests of the committee at afternoon tea. The committee presented Mrs, Alphen with a handicraft handbag as a token of her admirable efforts. Another Fete. Saturday afternoon was chosen for a garden fete organised by the Vaucluse branch of the Red Cross Society, in aid...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN'S WORK FOR THE RETURNED SOLDIERS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

WOMEN'S WORK FOR THE RETURNED SOLDIERS By JEAN NEWTH. The loyal women who still manage, In spite of the strike, to work at the Soldiers' Settle ment at French's Forest, are maintaining that where there Is a way there can be a walk. They still come from Coogee, Waverley. Bondi and Haberficld, and are scattered over the ground busy with mattocks, or turning over the soil. The country volunteern, while accustomed to seeing women on the land, yet are surprised at all we have done at French's Forest, and when several of the A.W.S.C. travelled on their special boat last Sunday, they eagerly bought tickets for the .coming concert in aid of the Lone Pine Band. Several housewives who have no use for kitchen scraps are saving them for the pigs at French's Forest. One tin has gone up for four Sundays, left at Fort Macquarie, C/o. Mr. Dwyer, on our launch. Wanted, a Cow. So far no enterprising returned soldier has come to the settlement with a dairy license. There arc 27 families now in residen...

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

I^l.OCITION, Oi-.iiniy, Driniulle Art, I'i.-lnro .'c-I'iib, -^ MiHimI Mouu.loj£iieti, K1oiMitli.il of Sony. Scenario Willing for I'Miire lMi«\-, l'u'.liL- Speaking. SvutUTiiin mid Stammering furul. MR. WALTER BENTLEY ofi'i r- ,i tin I'.-.ajili ii-ii'tiini; ° in any .1' : In -e ,n' jreti. Aiii.jii;v Mr, r,- ?,lli vV :u::ny Mieee.-uil | upl - i.iv S!i« ?* Dorothv C-iimiiiliin', KiliVn UiiImihhi. Sylvi-n J!i..-.u- r. ? !?:»?( 'ii'l-' Mil. liel I. Nani'.e Stewart, iiinl n lie M of . t- it-, i I'ull «l :lii- M;,.!m. I'l-.NZAM.K - 'II AMHMliS, ?.- I-.I.1/..V *ETJi STi.'Kl.T in-. sir liunli-r-s r.e.j. PILES. l-'.ii-' nil form* of lierliil Irrllisf !-?«. I'lotni'lini:, or Ule.din- I'll ? ? -? ? Iti.'-eil ril-- Tr.iiliu.-nl lmi no eniml. ' \.v.r Mil* I' {.?'!-'.? relief, uti.l Ims ecir.-.l Milierei- ..f iiiimv -eni-. When every ntlier remedy tails m-ii.I in it for n ? Hi's 'iipply. May l»; iiveil by (.jther -.n. A lsi.lv wrilo: -Your remedy i« truly w.'lldevfll M.v hll-li ? I is .lelisrl.te....

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE LIMELIGHT LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. Four First Nights. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

w^:' IN~TH~IS ? LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. Four First Nights. Quite an unusual number of new shows are being put on in both Sydney and Melbourne. In addition to You're In Love (for which I predict the very successful run which this sparkling production deserves), next Saturday Mr. Cyril Maude is to bring his long run of Grumpy to an end, and replace it by General John Kegan, which is to be preceded by tne quarrel scene froni the School of Scandal, jlessrs. J. and N. Tait arc to stage the White Chrysanthemum (a musical comedy) at the Palace. Mr. Sydney James will commence his season at the Little Theatre, whilst Wirths1 Hippodrome has been acquired by the Arider Bon Dramatic Company for Robbery Under Arms. In addition, Miss Evelyn Scotney and Mr. Howard White are to commence their con cert season. Four first nights next Saturday should satisfy the most exacting theatregoer. Melbourne Shows. The new show at the Melbourne Tivoli looks as if it will rival its Sydney counterpar...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THROUGH AUSTRALIAN WILDS XIII.—Stalking Alligators [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

THROUGH AUSTRALIAN WILDS XHI.-Stalking Alligators (Specially written for the Mirror by FRA*NCIS B1RTLES.) * The audience meanwhile were taking a little light refreshment in the shape of foot-long hunks of roast snake, a piece of which was passed on, each taking a mouthful and then passing the tit-bit along. The dramatic actors in their spiritual forms could only sup on light foods. Each one now had in his hand a piece of paper bark. On this lay a little heap of beheaded, uncooked, fat white wood grubs1. These were daintily pickel up and swallowed whole, and then washed down with a coolomon of water. A DEATH WAIL. To the natives the enacted story of these woe-begone lost spirits seeking its owner had its effect. Sneaking away into the darkness, an old gin crept into her lowly mia-mia of bark and boughs. From out of the darkness came a high-pitched quavering howl, and moaning walls. It was a heart-rending sound of primi tive distress, a sound which, once heard, will never be forgotten...

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

PALACE THEATRE. COMMENCING SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. Return of J. and N. T AIT'S POPULAR NEW MUSICAL COMEDY CO., Including: BARKY Ll'PIXO. 'THE WHITE CHRYSANTHEMUM.' A Musical Extravaganza from OKI Jnjtun. ' tlan's at Nicholson's, Monday, S'l'iitfiiiU-r 21. (^??'??.?..?..?'?-«t..o««0Mt«.aH-.»»..t.ig..ft..i.,|Mf '?».|..»»ft.§..§M(M0.,g,^l n LAST WEEK OF » { 'Look Who's Here' j I COMMENCING SATURDAY AT THE PALACE, ? Grand Farewell Programme, ? including a Spectacular Revuette I MISS SYDNEY ? THE PLAYHOUSE Sole I.e-ste ? SYDNEY JAMES. Ol'KNING ATTRACTION, SATUHDAY, SEPTEMBFR 09 'THE NEW SIN' ' '' B.i' Basil MncDoiiald Hastings. Trices ; 4/. 3/. 2/, and 1/. I TIVOLI, Nightly at 8, Matinee Saturday 2.30. HARltY RICHARDS' TIVOLI THEATRES, LTD. GovcininR Director ? HUGH D. MclNTOSH. BRILLIANT SUCCESS. A BRAND-NEW PROGRAMME OF FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL STARS. 10-ACTS UNEQUALLED IN TIIEIlt OWN SPHERE-10 SPECIAL ENCiAfittMEXT AND FlUST APPEARANCE OF AMERICA'S BE.UjT\. I tiik curl ni thtii 01 Trvir* ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUTUAL HELP BUREAU [Requests for information should be addressed Aunt Betty, Mirror, Sydney.] [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

MUTUAL HELP BUREAU [?Requests for information should be addressed Aunt Betty, Mirror, Sydney.] .strike (Woollalirn).— If ,vou want an oil tslovo 1o burn without giving out im unpleasant odor, clean ami refill is rwry time aftrr niiiiff. If .von allow di|, will nil to iicfiiintiliitp un it, it Ir kuiu to cincll. unpli'nsnntl.v. Always turn I lie wlcl; down low before putting it out, ami leave it mined down till the stov« Ik again needed. II iIhd wicl: U turned high It draws the. oil up, and .-'0 it spread* over the outbldc. Toilet .Hint.— A feiv drops of tlic linclurp nf Ikw.oIu pur into the water In which the face is biithed will jirc ioiiI 1lio shiny appi'.ii'iiiico of (lie skin with wlilcit bo many people lire affected, especially In warm weather. Kdr Tun Hoots,— The iu-lile nf the hUin of the liuuaiia niW-ed oil Ihe leather nf tan shoes will clean mid inilhli them as well as a rcimbr drc-sluy:. Comfort (It ii-* Uayl.—llldcrilown comforts (ire apt to lo.'e their li^itnr'R alter co...

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

THERE IS NO SATISFACTION OR CONTENT IN ANYTHING THAT HAS NOT THE ESSENflAL OF QUALITY— THIS FACT IS MORE TRUE OF YOUR CORSET THAN OF ANY OTHER ARTICLE OF ATTIRE. QUALITY IS THE KEYNOTE. AND WOMEN KNOW THAT IN THE British-Made NAUTILUS CORSETS QUALITY IS WELL EXPRESSED. EVERY PAIR AN EXAMPLE OF BRITISH SUPREMACY IN CORSETS TO WOMEN WHO DESIRE THAT AIR OF DISTINCTION IN DRESS THE British-made NAUTILUS CORSETS are incomparable and stand alone. THEY COMBINE QUALITY, BEAUTY, LIGHTNESS, AND STRENGTH, WITH THE ADDED PLEASURE OF MODERATE COST. Obtainable all Drapers k._ ? J WHY NOT GET £100 NEST-EGG IN THIS COMPETITION? £25 SECOND PRIZE. £100 FIRST PRIZE. £1° THIRD PRIZE 20 20 £5 £5 . 20 50 PRIZES PRIZES SPECIAL SPECIAL PRIZES PRIZES AT £1. AT 10/- LADIES' PRIZE. SOLDIERS' PRIZE. AT 5/- AT 2/6. Till! AI'Hcm I'fllZKS WILL KE AWAltDED TO LADIES AND SOLD I KUS RESPECTIVELY, BUT TUFA' WILL ALSO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THE OTIIKR. l'KMES. SPECIAL FACILITIES WILL BE GIVES TO S0LDIEB3 HOW TO MAKE BULLETS ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOME DRESSMAKING A USEFUL UNDERSKIRT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

HOME DRESSMAKING ? p. ? . ? A USEFUL UNDERSKIRT. A well-fitting underskirt is most essential to wear with Summer frocks to insure their cor rect shape and hang. Ao it takes the place of a lining to the flimsy cotton materials, an underskirt needB io fit the figure as neatly as a skirt or dress, and there should be no bulki ness at the waist or placquet. I have chosen a weli-snapcd pattern 01 an underskirt for this week's coupon, one suitable for silk, crepe-de-chinc, madapolin or calico, ' to be made with a plain hemstitched hem, or with a gathered frill or pleated ruche. The pattern is in two pieces, front and back. The flounce is not given, . but is made on the straight either of embroider}', lace or muslin edged with lace, and 'measuring 2_ yards wide. MCTHOD OK'fTTTlXU.— J'liifo tV.t- front 1'Vre to a leuirlhivu.v fold of the material. Ui'_* tae'i to tin* H'lvctlge, but uo not nit out the liiii-i!;irti- till tin: jiuttirn lias Ihvii flttict. Mari '1'u jilurc wlicro tiicn.' --la'...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHUCKLES, THE CLOWN OUR HUMOROUS FRIEND GOES ON A HUNTING EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

CHUCKLES, THE CLOWN OUR HUMOROUS FRIEND GOES ON A HUNTING EXPEDITION. 1. 'Don't happen to possess a flock of hounds,' tootled Chuckles. 'But I can go a-hunting, nevertheless.' 2. 'You see, I just pur.h my faithful lobster into a likely-loolcing Durrow — 3. 'And draw out the catch. Two a', onto Is a bit s(h) elfish, pcr'wps, but it's not a bad . .i, notion, is it?' Good 1'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PANSY PANCAKE, THE COMICAL COOK. HOW THE TRAMP SPOILED THE POLICEMAN'S MEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 22 September 1917

PANSY PANCAKE, THE COMICAL COOK. HOW THE TRAMP SPOILED THE POLICEMAN'S MEAL. 1. 'I'm giving a birthday supper at twelve to-night,' whispered Pansy to iier pet ? policeman. 'Don't forget !' 'Rigiit-ho !' replied Robert. 3. 'I don't think !' mused the tramp, as lie helped himself to the gorgeous jjruD through the open window. 'What a pincli, eh ?' 2. And the sergeant was there well up to time. 'Another five minutes, and I shall be twenty-three !'' lisped our comical cook. 4. And when the copper discovered that the bird had flown, he promptly weni o.V to find a policeman. Pansy sli 1 wonders who did the fowl deed 1'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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