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AUSTRALIA DAY MAGNIFICENT RESULTS ACHIEVED. All Records Broken. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

[?] MAGNIFICENT RESULTS ACHIEVED. All Recbrdfs Broken. ?????? :??-.- ?? i- ? yfVS RALIA DAY-niityinniiiilUciigtintmmbiredateHi cftht ?? r: '?-?''? ?** Mat RcmtrSiaUj in the History ot tlit City. Thi War has '???- . ? : ... . rlcctlUdquulilUs utlheptofleo) Atutrxliati'MihkJvihithirtobttaiiirinant ' ''-.? ' apparnitly torn/cut o.- opportunity of txprefiton, Qn Fridar all previous — ?. \.\ ? . : .; ... . ncoris 0/ [citcmsity wen put in the skaJt and Iht Amtralia Day Fund ?'??'. ,'. ? _ ?'? ?'?' ran to thtmagvifiunt total ctovtr £350,000 tstkirtuiU of thi day'i tfjrt. v The day cam';, a golden day, smiling ;?; through a ~nust of clouds, and sel ;dom has the sun broken over a scene bf.'such varied activity and cnthus ?j . iasm.' Sydney kept high carnival, and ; every heart, , pocket and purse, re . stranded to, the great appeal. Were -.'.we downhearted, knowing our -bitter ',.-'' Jfosses arid '.the;' time 'pf toil1 and 'self; 1-; v^enialthat ,layr before , us? \ Our city Tt^Sfave 'itsfan...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"SOLD OUT" MIRROR'S FIRST NUMBER. Australia Day Fund Benefits. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

'SOLD OUT' MIRROR'S FIRST NUMBER. Australia Day Fund Benefits. ' '' The first number of 'The Mirror' was practically sold out within a few hours of its publication. Again and agnin newsagents and runners called at the offices of the paper, telephoned 6r telegraphed for further supplies. ; Finally, the supplies were exhausted, i'and the further requests were reluc tantly refused. I LADY NEWSPAPER VENDORS. ( A novel feature in connection with 'tho ' distribution was the assistance . u'lven to proprietors of 'The Mirror,' . ? and through them to the Australia Day . Fund, by several ladies, ivhose ehcrr ?geti'c and valuable aid brought a sub stantial addition to the fund. Their . ; 'Special: boxes realised ..over ^£60. In addition, a considerable, number of copies were supplied by request to a number of shops and stalls, and, as these were all sold for amounts vary ing from Id. to £1. and the proceeds placed in the ordinary Fund boxes, a further sum was realised, which can not be accura...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Prize Competitions AUSTRALIA DAY ESSAY. Prize Competitions. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

[?] AUSTRALIA DAY ESSAY. Prlio Competitions. Phyllida, in making the following announcements about prizes and com petitions, would like to say a few in troductory words. In dedicating a page o! this pew paper to the girls and boys of Aus tralia, it is greatly hoped that the young people of the city and suburbs, of the country, and tho regions even further out-back, will all help to make their portion of this paper a splendid success. ~ We want to number our members by the hundred; to grow familiar with their names: to hear about their interests, their \york, and their play; and last, but not least, to have them quite at home in this par ticular- niche of 'the world of letters.' ; Thyllida, sentry-wise, stands' at the entrance gate, -of the page (opening envelopes, and not 'Who goes there?'1 but, as the French grammars put It, 'What age have youi' is her -query. The following rules must be care-' fully observed: — Rules. (1) The coupon upon this page must be cut out and enclosed in t...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

AND FOR AND AtJSTHilUAN SERGES. NOTED FOR GUT, FIT ^, AND FINISH. SUITS £3 3 0 SUITS £3 3 0 SUITS £3 3 0 SUITS £33 0 SUITS £3 3 0 SUITS £3 3 0 402404 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

? TBie Great Money-Saving Remedy ' ForGOyOS,GOLPS&TI3ROATTBOligSLES ' Costs 2/-—- MAKES 1 PINT Gives Quick Relief, A pint of ordinary Cough Mixture would cost at least 12/-' Why not u&a Hoan's Essence au& save the holt' sovereign? Money can bay nothing bottor. nitatbi&K* Parent9 write to tell of the. tiSjuSSluiSi. ...... -blessing HEAN.!S ESSENCE ___________ fflb/y ' ,'-'??''*?' 'j^wy1*^ = lifls provctL in. c&scsof Whoop- ffi^J^ MS|is^sSsi^Brt Ki»cuBV»KOHcttiaV. Public Speakers and Singer-} *IS v»'fu. iK?.ftSIIB' recommend its use for preserv * tiiSfSt^tt' zt is the d5scovery of a «iuan- & ? *t eJBa& fied chemist of long experience, *n^«,.al»ihU«niuiuiSl * and has i-the approval of manj r — 3^^^S!SS 11111111111111(11 . eminent professional men. r^'^i%-* ^BBBSfl -:i?EWS! .ESSENCE, added ^ ? '.ffij ' lllllill^li^lll *° water nn^ sweetened as W^4^^ Wu, ||lf|lp||i|f^^ directed, at once produces -iyjLl ^ 'v* \&Sm3ffi?rMn a p...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

'One Bottle of 'Koto stopped my hair falling and made it quite wavy, whfle It cleared i ftway the dnndrifl which I was troubled with.' . 'My hair used to fall dreadfully, but, since using Koko, it has grown so -that frlendb , ' remark on its thickness.'; . ; , . ' 'I have used diHoront hair preparations without any success, but yon should see my hair since I have used Koto. It has made it twice as thick.' 'PI-NO' Shampoo Powders clean the scnlp beautifully and leave tho hair delight fully soft and, glossy. You could not improve them in any jsvay.' __ r --.'.,.. fMy sister's flair used to; be awful, it fell out so, but, since jusing Koko on ft, her :- 'I ,. hair is lovely, 'and now t9; her waist.' . , -j' ' \, ', '![ 'There is nothing Ilka Koko for the Jiair, (iLiSvspIendid. ''Myjhalr has growttso'since * ' - - ..;? .. using; Koko that I can sit i-n It.' / j -' » ' i ? .- ?? (Extracts from Voluntary Statements.) ' ' ?;*'.'?? : '' ? ? ' f, ???'.'. ?? ? . .-.;'.?? / ^MHhj—^ ?? To'keep ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TROUBLESOME CONSTIPATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

TRODBLiSBHE CUH3TJPAT 10 1 Sufferers -from constipation know from experience that after temporary relief has .been obtained by the use of a purgative, the condition often be comes worse. Most strong purgatives have a tendency to cause constipation after their immediate effects are over. ?nkettes, the new laxative, are a real help in correcting: the irregularity. They -Io not wear out in their effects, j and taken according to directions, the patient will 'find taaf 'they soon hefp to create - aJ healthy^ieirularity. .They ' -'??e. - n safe -Jaraity i'medicihe;! Decattac: ; ?they -contain ? ho ^habit- creating:, drug ;' , thejr-iare^ daintily ,,got up; are^; easily^ given to -children .^ind they, act thor- ' oughly. 'without causin*j.' sickness ; and' griping'. Send-for a' free trial: sample to the -Dr. 'Williams' Medicine- Co., -. Sydney,, mentionincr the 'Mirror.'* Pinkettcs -are 1/- a bo^de at all me'di-.i cind dealers. - J ??'??' CHItsOREN-AT THE CRICKET CBOUHD. -AM* AUBTttALtA O...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

: A WOEWS HEALTH. ''.-?? 'Every woman's heal^b is peculiarly Hcpcndent upon the condition of her blood. How many women suffer with (headache, pain in the back, poor appc ; kite, weak digestion, a' constant feel i ing of -weariness, palrjilition of the I freart, shortness of breath, pallor and I Nervousness? If you have any of these I symptoms, do not despair of setting t better; but begin' now, to-day, to build pp your blood with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. See how-'the nervous energy of the body is restored as the blood be comes pure and red and the entire sys tem is strengthened to meet every de mand upon it. ? ??-' Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are useful for all women, but they arc particularly valuable to girls of school age who show symptoms of going into a de cline, who become pale, nervous and languid. These pills aid in securing perfect development and health by 'strengthening tho system and purify ing- and building up the blood. Thin blood during the ((rowing years of a girl's li...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR-TIME FASHIONS THE LATEST GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

War-time fashions The latest gossip By EVANGE1JNE: . A' new mode has suddenly burst into' prominence. .and I am wondering if it will catch on, VVc are once more asked »o banaaffe' our' heads when dressed for the evening-. The last letter from a friend tells me that every other woman she has seen.at restaurants or theatres, had her head slightly bound by a three 'inch swathing1 of cmbroid ~ery — satin, velvc't, orsomethingr tipped with roughly-dut stores of some sort. Occasionally the effect was good, and occasionally it was quite the reverse. * » - * This bandage innovation perhaps has . some connection with the Red Cross which is as much in evidence in England ?as here. A photograph of Clara Butt . with her head bandaged as it should be, explains that the swathing was of pjnlc velvet. With it she wore a dull ? pink dress beneath -an enveloping' mantel of mole: skin; --But, ' then; the robust Clara always did .know how to :. dress. . - ? .. . ', :'-?,' . ? ?'(;?:' ?????«- '. ?.?-.; ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Extraordinary Air and Sea Pictures [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

Extraordinairy Air [?] SUPM IN ,v,A- WomJetlal- PUtnre t' ts ^ . all«r Aelog torprf^ ' ? Ad Sea .Pictures SUPfAllNED. re (i t&9 U.M.S.:MaJut£c riuMndi orftUdmt the DinlwicUt*. , - . STUDENTS AT WORK. Tba Students oi the - London Polytechnic nni TaeluUfd Icitltnttons making Qttlngt for atrcralt JKwk. THE MAN OF THE MOMENT. .Mr. Lloyd Qsorge, Minister of MDElUonl, ? - JBIEW^B. IX A tREE.TOPi . ' ''BANa ALL TUHteli.' Ma. VT«U» addradAg an AatMJjrmia Meeting on Tower HU1.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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"THE MIRROR" SPEC [?]IAL WAR PICTURES [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

[?] rESSONS IN FARRIEnV. 'Tommj' Icirnlcg all about ihocing s boat. Hammering * ihoo oa a dummy Iione'i lost. . - ' 'STRIKE NOW.' Mr, Ben TUIett, who box learned a nzic musing ' - - -. to tho word strike, otter a visit to the Front. SIR niRAST MAXIM XT VFODB. - . . Sir Qlna Uaxlm working oa his aireatfoa fo MobttCtnua^eoIteAOHi g«fc A REFRESHING BATIiE AFT-ER ! OUR BaYS GOING INTO ACTIG^ [?] STf jENUOUS - WORIfc AT ?' THE' ' FRONT—.. An Australian Landing Party . :/. r-Mr. Aj&mead BotUett'a Dardanollw PittflTffc ,

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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THE WORLD IN CARTOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

^worlp; ;. STRANGE COMPANIONS. y' tJtarrctt. iuNcw yuik ;'Trlbane.S '' -.' ON ailE BLACK LIST. ^ ? Kalier (as Executioner) : 'I'm gome to hu| » ' ' 'IRinch: 'Oh, yoa'»te, «re you? We 11/ jo* -? 7 Won't si-rm to Ljiow how the scene ends. _U » -,'? UU bugmaD that gets hanctil '; ;' - -? ! - —L.- Ratea-Hill, ia 'Time!,1* ,' ' ' WATERLOO— 1815-1915. 7 — 'London Opinion.** it-) '-. A MOnTlFIED EACt-E.1 ijj. -,-',' tie Amcricnn Eafffe: 'G«-»)iI«l WiJionl . *?;-. ' «ot- really muit do somrthinr.to make me look ';&*-:tAt like »'darned old poll parrotr' SJ;,.-. '? —Bert Thomai, In 'Laadoa OpJaJ«a.'* KW':- '? ''-????...?? . v-'-V

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

How I Got Bid of After having been completely :^?f, (Grey since the age ol 28,- *???.- v ;,'*':V-:''..' .?-?'??. :' ?'.' ? -: '. ? ?'' ,- .- .?-? ' ' ~ ''..'. '-?:???. *,?£$** ?*'??:'' ?'\-r!\---.-.:'. ??:'-????.:'??'??-. ::?..??:- . r''/ ? ?? .?.-'. . ?.'.: ' ?- ^-,'.:%.',| :;*-:^f:-o-%, ::??;-???? ???.??? :?-?'';;'???:' ,;..-. ' ??^'^^..?^^»..1''-^..'.-t-.-.*v'v A Simple, Harmless Method, which can be used in One's Own Home with Complete Success. BY MARY K. CHAPMAN. Jt am a woman who belongs to a prema ' tureljr grey-hatred family. My father '«u jrrojr before ha was SO, and two of my brothers, as well aa my sister, be ? cania sroy early. In life. Befora the nco of- J5 I developed ercy hairs, wlilch be como quite embarrassing- to mo , - '?— socially and also In bust- ,*-^?8§8 ness. I lost threo rood -*!|iil||I§§I positions for no other X^^^^W reason than my fad, /MmUM Ins hair. . The grey- /^^^^^M ness Increased with /MIMMmm alarnun* rapidity. /|f^^OT» and at IS I look, i^^^^^^ ed ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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A KING & SOME OTHERS PEN SKETCHES OF WAR PERSONALITIES No. 2, The King of Greece [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

[?] PEN SKETCHES OF WAR*PERSCNA.LITIES by Bertha St-eIIcy (Mrs- Norn-ar- Shelley.) Author of 'Enderby.' No. 'a, '?The Ktn$'ef Greece This week . I have been asked to tell you my impressions of His Majesty the King of Greece. Once upon a time } should have thought myself a snob or boasting,', and as publicly as I am about to do, of my acquaintance ship with a king. But, if to do so is to be a snob, then I am one; and I at - once plead'-guilty tb' the charge, and am renegade enough to glory in my guilt. And what woman or man is there, I ?ton- ji?u, nuv uuba uui nuuv lu iuuvu the highest ^ir. that destiny holds .to them; to' see a door, behind which the most burning questions of the day are .-,. being, discussed at first hand., suddenly 'opened to .'them, and they 'bidden to ? Renter? ,' ,,- ; ?'. V ?' ...- .'?--.. ??'- /A 'Diner Intimo.' . - L.'1 ' ??'.?'? ?? ?.?:,??,' +\ One such door opened to me,^and:T { till remember the thrill with which' passed- through it. ? A dinner 'intime,' ...

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 — 1 August 1915

Another Wise Mother who keeps her child clean and Healthy with 'Rexpna' Skin and Facial Soap. ? 'I have used your ' Itexon'a ' Soap for myulf anefmy little girl (four years old), and I find it a treat healer of Dandruff, as well »» lortcnlng and promoting growth of hair and heeplne the most sensitive skin in henlthyand excellent condition, 'writes Mfc.L.BLYTUE, 6 Marlon Street. Cavershnm. Dun, din, N.Z ' UnJcr troublesome climate condition!, hot and cold, it has far exceeded my Greatest ex pectations, us 1 have used bo many varieties of similar articles, but I must*' honestly and faithfully admit that your 'Rexona' Soap stands unequalled above them all. I conscientiously think any lady who reads these few lines of gratitude and gives your ' Rexona ' Eoap one trial, will echo my praises o( its virtues.' Try one application of HolMng rn»'HMana'forBauy'aS)ilnrroub:e. '* Rexona' on baby, Rnd sec thGDOOrllttlefellow _ Hn*.° .--.-—— —^-~~~r—~-^^~-———— ————— -r~—^—-~-^^ -^ ?-_--^-.--~~~~— ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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THE WORLD IN CARTOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

CARTOON. ? ' ? i ?* Pultm/r on h:* war palut. ? ' ,';'?' ►-Alfred Lectc. in 'Laodaa Oplnlon.1 'up against rr. ? / Cccmiuiy »pcuk»: 'iae Turk is all aid ol no one. See how lie putt his tongue out at our Unemlcs.'— -'M»d,' odomu) ? ' ^ '?'.''?' ? A BACK-UAtfDED COMPLIMENT. . SOME BIRO. /'The Returning Dove (to President Woodrow Noah): 'Nothing doinc-** Xae Eaitle: 'Say, boi», ahat'i the matter with trying ml' -' ? - ?:- . i

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

.--.-?' '' ^.?':/'-i:'r'«»ii'reMttii*.-fe;. -'?'?'; ; '? '.;'' ,7here-ni_-o«;a;M«^Mwlt««.'J-t Canterbury. Pwrk.ttMnonaw.'.-T^ie itUX caCcUtactl ;-,«? J.69 ija.,,tai tpecial Ulfns^rtiu to the. course.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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For King and Empire. AUSTRALIA BEARS A WILLING HAND [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

[?] I -:.:'-:;^^:f;i;;' Ausf kalka bears a vwiLUNG':HANiy'' :' ' ?' -??? '?''. ?-??''? Mlu Molly tittU. ' Miss M. GUoj. Mrs. Hagli J. Warif. j . An Australian, landing P^rty. at the Dardanelles. \( . . ' ' — (Ashmead Bortlott'a Films.) , ' Via Haerlel AUitrtoa. {In. Macartbur Otulow. Sirs. Harry Chlsholm and Miss Cbiiholnu — A Bnapsliot . tekon iu Egypt. Red Cross Workers In Town Han Basement.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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MOOT RACES St. Moritg Wins R[?] Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

?' ' ?.'?'?' ' . as'oot races,- ' '''; '? '. . '. '' ' BL Mnttx »lna: fUtotBaotUoap. The AvcotRacins CIeb ^UlA^rttme jet tcrday in 6ho»ery ucathrr. -.Thttc i»a» a good'' attcild»nce.-'..ReiUltr;— ,.???'.;- ,?'.?'?.? ??? i ? ? . *JicaBrag-i.Stake»,.-6 &r!ongi.^G'ani|ioli. . It VioEnijt. XjiBinajc Uu\i. 3, Bftthlj: 8 to V CallipoU. ? ''- :' '- ?.^.- - x ??? -i' . ? riyinr Handicap. 5 . ruTlo'nev^Ladr Murilla. 1; Sclbroofc 8; WeblmWe f.- Bettlar: -? (4 * L«dj MiriHo. ( ' % -, '... -.-.;..;? . J-'ouitccn Haadt IfMdicip.o.furfooe. (First DIviUon).-Fixe BcU.U BMthlKimg. 8; Red Gipiy, a. . Betting : T'to » »E«ln« Green Rote; *to 1 Fire Boll, ':',.-?? '?'?'?-?- Second Dirition: - Na**ko»,-- tjivQuivit. 8; Quickstep, 3. Dettiag: «.-»-l N.rtio.. ' - Fourteen-one Handicap, -1»J Sufioplzt.— Princesi Lconic. I; Coral Peirl. 8; Lindsope, 3. Btt ting : 0 ts 1 Viimctit Lrsnie. . - ? ??:?. ? ? Aicot Handicap. , In- I furl 6J yards.— St. Moritl, 1; I.arxin. 8; SpWHeiJ Bind, 3. net. %:Ut»lSt,«...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

1*OC Hmm* « fi~.l~t, ?'rf*^**«*A-' '? 'Modem, Solidly Built. &ZD OliyS & PflCK XOltagC rirrt-clssspoMUoD^lf-bourcUy. ? ?' ?- ??? Value £625 ir' £725. ^i ThS Bent Pays the Btst^ and low rent; too. Why'pay as a tenant when the sameTweekly payment will bay ? the property »t iu cash value ? OurclieuUare satisfied with market rate of interest pniy.auTthfog over th«t pays voff the principal.. ... ,?-?..:? -. : ' ?-1 ,???-???.??-?'???'? S^Os-tffiat We May Explain; ?''? '-' _':i ?-. ' We have sold many liu'ndrcdB on these terms and every buyer is pleased and BatliEed For ftll Properties (cash Or terms). Investments. Land, Homes (City or Country), 'see CLARKE 81 SOLOMONS (Established over SO yem), Property Auctioneers! Heal Estate Agents, Valuers, 76 Pitt Street, Sydney, and 81 Mount Street, North Sydney. MODEL HOMES AT REASONABLE PRtCES. ASHFIELD — Oontloman'a'iuroddrn Bosldonee. facing Iho Dcscrvo ana 8 mlnutos from the Station. AwolI-corod-fothome.conaiatlnBol 10 rooma. Br...

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