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CASUAL AUSTRALIANS MODES AND MEN CONNUBIAL COGS AND SHEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

CASUAL AUSTRALIANS MODES AND MEN By FRANK MORTON. — CONNUBIAL COGS AND SHEARS. While Mr. Meagher whangs the resound ing drum. and trolls a thrilling paean with the refrain of .'Sing hey 3 The lovely people that we are!'— while all this goes , on, the' Australian keeps on being casual in his characteristic old fashion. Good moralists will tell you that the frequency of divorce in this island is due to some defect of morals, some killing fault in the Australian attitude to high and grave concerns. . Nothing of the sort ; it is a natural outcome of the casual Australian character. Man. sees a girl, or a girl sees a man. Then he (or she) says 'Let us get married,' and the other says 'Let's.' After awhile they find that the connubial cogs don't fit, and Mr. Juotice Gordon is introduced with his shears. 'Marry in haste, and repent at leisure,' mocks the old saw. Australia, casual, has a different idea : 'Marry in haste, and then, if the thing doesn't happen to work,/ cut free and have ano...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THROUGH THE PERISCOPE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

THROUGH THE PERISCOPE ^ I am told that at Prince Alfred Hospital many beds are reserved— for a disease which' cannot be mentioned without shame and dis gust—and these beds are always occupied,' ?' some of them, alas, by children of tender ?* years. — Archbishop Kelly. ~ * -' ? * * ^ Before the war is' over we may have to look round to see where economy can be. effected, both in the raising and spending departments. — Hon. Joseph Cook. As a responsible Ministry we cannot al low a policy of drift to continue.— Sir Alex Peacock (Premier of Victoria). * * * A man likc((Gencral3rusuoh' would not ^ have, assumed, the command of the j.\ust-ian army unless, he saw a prospect of a big ag gression. — Prof. P. Vinogradoff (Oxford). ' - * * * ' * A 'Australia and, New Zealand must 'retain ' 4s their footholds in the conquered Pacific 'w Islands, and the suggestion 'that they should 'fl| do otherwise would almost- provoke a rcvo- ( H lution. — W. A. Holman; in London; W ? - .??*??;?????-??* . «'...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUGAR CASE EXPECTED WRIT FOR LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

SUGAR CASE EXPECTED WRIT FOR LIBEL. - We understand that as the outcome of I the action against Mr, T. F. Knox, gevieral , ' J manager of the C.S.R.' Co., by Mr. Petrce,' , 1 a former employcef'foif1 wrongful dismissal, . I a writ for libel will be issued for very'' ??? substantial damages. ??' ? i I

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

- QUESTIONS AMSIEBEO MEDICAL AN'XlOl-'S (Sydney) : According to ynur particulars, it Ih probable tltat the operation will be avoided. 2. Yes. THBBKS (Newcastle) : See reply ii, Inst Itsue of the ' Globe. KVALINE (Harden) :' 'tUu vueclno treatment is ad vised. ? ..-.?* ^- , CHAS (Chintarf) : The pain could be associated both with the varicose- ciuvlltlnit and with n tendency to appendicitis. In the latter case, air occasional dose of liquid -paraffin oil *-hould bu LtUen at bedtime, a simple dlatury being meanwhile' adhered to. A ra'lical operation is the only absolute euro for the former,- although if a support. tic continually worn other treatment tuny bu uniicci'Siury. OPTICAL. (Goulhuni) : It is unlikely that thc late operation iins directly contributed tn the eye trouble as stated, although u debilitated condition or health may possibly be ut fault, Curtail your tobacco allowance, and abstain from alcohol {or the present. Bailie the ey-s once of twice, daily with ?warm borncic s...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

MISCELLANEOUS AMERICAN NATURALISED (to F.A.. Old Subscriber, Sydney) : Put the ens* before the Deputy Commis sioner. Pensions Odlc-p. 17 Blieli-strcct, Sydney. BENEFIT OF WAR FUNDS (to R.K.M., ' Syflhey)': Write to the Ked CroK-: Society , Pitt-street, Sydney. Give a fairly correct idea of the amount available FEDERAL -PARLIAMENT (to D.W.W., Bitllaridearj', Qu'cenKland): (1) Kevcv leader of/the Labor Party in! the Federal House. (2) Sir Edmund Diftion (3) Three yenrs. Z - PAPJ5HS TO THE TROOPS (to M.K., Auburn^ X)-)S restriction refers only to the tranBiniusion of papcri in. bulk, but does not restrict the sending ol n copy of any paper to n friend in the trenches PENSION AT 07 (to Fanner, Queensland) : (1) Tnat is. unlikely to prevent its being granted. (2) They vquld not tnlce it. (3) All the necessary informa tiqii; and instructions will be supplied you on application to thc Dcputy-Commiuiipncr, Pensions Oflloe, J7 Bliph'-street, Sydney. '?- -'. ?' STATIONARY ENCINE8 (to Anxious;...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHESS & DRAUGHTS By J'ADOUBE. PROBLEM No. 1058. By L. Rothstein, New Jersey (U.S.A.). [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

CHESS & DRAUGHTS By TADOUBE.' EROBtEM No. 1058. Uy L. Uothstein, Now Jmw.v (V.8.A.). . ' . First jirlru Good Companion Meti'dilh Tounic.v, 11)17. XiinikMj to 12 |-kwa. ? N ? UiWlt (3 plccfS). - AMiil ( ilioe) Wi'iU-.to play ami muti- In two iimvn, Notation : 8, flltl. SblfklP, KIMrS, 1O1B3N. 2n5, 8, 8. ? ??

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Through the Eyes HOME DRESSMAKING A SIMPLE DRESSING JACKET [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

Through the Eyes I of a ; Woman :: :: | HOME DRESSMAKING A SIMPLE DRESSING JACKET; An easHy made drcsEing: -jacket, just the ; thing to slip on these cold nights and morn ings, .is the subject of this week's .paper ; pattern. .It' is a short magyat1 bed jacket, cut in three pieces, the front, back, and | collar, the sleeve is elbow .length in the pat- : tern, but if your material is wide enough: I would advice a long sleeve drawn into th'fe ! v/rist for Winter wear, it is so much more ? comfortable. , ? -. / Of course, for a jacket of this kind nothing ' is nicer than flannel in one of the paste) , shades, pink. being recommended, as /ja-good \ washing shade. If you cannot get flannel or prefer something less expensive, try silk zephyr. THE CUTTING OUT.— First- of all pin ''up your pattern and try it on before cutting; The neck may require slight alteration, or you may prefer a . lower one than the. pat tern presents. If you try on the pattern it is quite simple to make these slight...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

Kilt- £*' ? Jpgiiaks no Claim IfTO BEING*'C1IEAP' in the sense of 'shav ^if iric Uie price down a little lower than the vitfl^heJ-. fetiow's. because we have too much Sf: .pride ,\in;tfinaintaining our standard of goodj |f| -values toVpermit us «.o sacrifice that stan- . ^ii'dard- to'^cre cheapness. That in good for. fef rtcjlher you nor us. But by giving intelli gijlfgcist service' and .purveying goods that are '.'; ;the 4»est lvalue procurable at the respective % ) ^rites, we|l-O claim that it is TRUE ECO f, jllibiaY'.^pr you to deal with US. ? '- f;;^ Here ja^e ,somc lines recommended by cur ;';.;. jjBoys* Rfeliily-Wea'r Sales Manager;. '? : .. 1} i&r the Juveniles wlVjiOVfi' T^lfKp HATS.- in ,Utr*i Rlisij-os,. best quitWy ;i' ',V;Twfe-lB,^i3!ll, 2/3, 2/11, 3/8, 3/11. . 'm -i&'.p! ?;????/? ??fc^i-- ft I'BOVS'-'FiSf^r.UATS. iii Blurt;. Knv.v. fircy, Brown, lrh fp— wltli i-ili.-: Ijainl (-i cnalcli, firm hrliu, serriccaMi' iff! &TMlU-w.J3(fofl I'KICK, -B/fl ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

',.,,:, v.:..?, ? -; ??-. , m 1 . ?: . 'sjJE The Storyyvf/m HEENZO i Py the Manufacturer mm A Qualified Chemist f|| ? .For twenty years, and more, I have maOo and 'Mil Bold gooil family cough mixture. v* ?-'-, During all those years the roffulnr tenthlngi ol ; £V,»§3 iil'prenlk'tsliij) duys were 'iullowcii. . . --]m ?. ? That 1b, I mixed the medicinal ingredients— the u,m uniilluled 'casenec' of the ilniuhed mixture— In ' - asp liroper proportions, added the necessary \viiter and ''-fni Kweotening, ami liottlcd In thu usual eighteen- |jj ',sS penny size. This) bIzis would hold from 2J to .'1 j 'TfljSi ounces. It would rcqulru from seven to .eight such '? r' 'j^i bottles to muliu a pint. Note that carefully. ? ?«? $Pl But I altered the method of apprenticeship days, '^M I stepped clear a«:iy froin^ liablt anil custom. Jfaism. In place of (riving yon a cough mlxtuns for family *'?^kh purposes all ready to take, 1 now mix the medicinal *';$! ingredients only, and leave you to add the w...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY- l^wSi Men talk aa if victory were something^ fortunate. Work is victory, ^yh«tw«ra work is done, victory ia obtained.' /,'.-- H ?^?\^ ? . '/ M

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FASTING MANN LIVES ON THE ROCKS A BONDI NO FOOD FOR THIRTY DAYS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

? FASTING MAN# | LIVES ON THE ROCKS iM?' B0WDI. m NO FOOD FOR THIRTY DAVplI On -.Wednesday, last a «««die-aeedftliS spare in build, but with ruddy cheeks-lffl apparently in robust health called at i Mirror Office, and announced that -he Q been fasting.for 19 daysand propose to eiA tinue die ordeal for another weelc ' \i . Mr. Frederick T. B. Mann (the faster Ig question) is not over-concerned with ti&FV upward movement in the pfl cps of tK&M necessaries of life— the eatables and somew$fc?g the drinkables. Rent is another of thlpi troubles of the conventional of the com* $. munity, which gives him no thought for % the Monday caller on behalf of the landloid1. 'm, 'He. has him. humpy- on the rocks in thft'M.i neighborhood of Bondi, and for this he $$ pays no charges. Also he does not eat— »{*f has not for twenty-three days, and- pro- St poses to fast for the full term of a month, 'H Nor does he fast for the profit there is Jn fflff it. He is not a showman He does no? f...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fasting on the Rocks-Sydney Man's Ordeal at Bondi [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

Fastinig on tine Rocks — Sydney Man's Ordeal at Bondi ? » ? ? * ?' ? ? ? ? ' ? ' These pictures, .taken by the Mirror photographer, show Mr. Mann, who is engaged in a 30 days' fast, outside his tent on the ? rocks at Bondi. Last Wednesday, when the photograph was taken, Mr. Mann had completed a 19 days' fast.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

I IdlT /^\1VT ^ ' nPl TT^ I A 1VTF\ KWre tired of the City, arid 1c J ? A\\ J ? j \jj\ 1 I 1 I I -rJ -V2 ?'?? I %r\ 1 l| 1 J Air and Healthy Life of the Gountrf OR LARGE HOME BLOCK IN TOONGABBIE I^ARl Hallway Station practically on western end of Estate. Only 17. miles Trom'Sydney, arid 3 from Parramatta, has very fertile soil, nice slopes and fine views, with City' V ./-??' . Estate. Farmlets of 1 to 4J acres, at from £47/10/- per acre. Large Home Blocks of Third to H; Plans and fiaU^ '?? ' / ??;?' ' ' -????''?? ? ?? ? ? ? i»'K----''.-.---~*.^-.*™i«~^^ ? ?'-'- ? ?'''?'''''' ? -'???? ? ,?? -? |- -;';| '...'-. ? ?. ' ?. - ' ? )?'? ? ?''.'' ?''.''??? ' ? ? '' ? ' ? ? ?? . ? ??? / '? 'i':: :-', '! /' - ' ?.- ' ?' ? ' ..-??. -.?'?..? . ...:.''???.. -'?}' ^ \ ?? '??'??.. ? ?'? ? ?'?-.*''?'? ??.'?'?'?? ?'-.',.?.';'?'?' -....\' . .', .' . .: v ?'? . ? ? ? ? ? . ' ? ? ' ' ?'. ?? ',:.'. ji ^^^s^iiii^^^^^^^iiii^ii^Si^^i^ ?? ? %- ?? ?.'-?-. ? - ? - ?' ? ?-?:. -.'Sit ft d jong for the Pure Tf^f...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WON FROM THE BOSCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

\ ? WON FROM'tHf 'BOSCH^1 ; ? This picture shows a German machine gunners' emplace^ merit which has been captured in the course of . the recent ?offensive, ?: .The Huns have skilfully concealed many of these emplacements, but this has not prevented their, discovery by tho ever-conquering Australian boys. ' —Central News. ' THE rHUN RETREAT. '. An American view of the 'German Tetreat . '? from Somewhere in France. It is not regarded as a strategical triumph.— Evening Telegram, . New York. USEFUL WORK FORJHE HUNS Although the British Armies have never imitated ' the Huns in placing .German prisoners near the firing iinei the latter are now being employed in such work as carrying -British wounded and dead from conquered trenches and battlefields. This, picture-, shower ,twor Hun , ' prisoners engaged in this work. ? . '- —CentfiS Hewss-1'- r ' ' ? ? » .-' ? ' ' HAPPY ANZAGS AND TMEI A cheery' group of Anzacs and some French children in territory ?'Gott Strafe England' docs not depress ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

ifj X OVERWORK AND NERVOUS I' BREAKDOWN. * Mt MITHUn. :_E. SLEED. Bull's Chamber?, 14 ' Moqw street, Sydney, the well-known compiler ' of , Toun'.t Guides for (several of the Stale Governments '?n-inO laiious corpoiations, wrllcs:— -'It . olforilB .inu' much plc\fauic to endorse the many good opinion's I. Jiaie Jcad fioin time to time in your published it tlrnoulala concerning IIEAX'S -TONIC, N'EHVK * NUTS Towiids the lattc'r end of September I linil u uenous buikdown after a period of strenuous isoxh, nnu i utciuecl to give your reme.Uy a trial. I t\neet,cd much after having read so many ? testi i- incjuils. a«d I am pleased to say I . was not dis jppOUiiiJ After about' four weeks I felt quite re- '? juxcrintcd, and fit to tackle business with all my , joiner encrgj and.- application. - I then proceeded i nth the compilation of the Tatmanlan Tpurist Guide. _tf»swl completed the. -work without' any recurrence of Teithcr brain fag 'or physical enervation'. ? This letter \ roil teem i...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

h «- IpOUS AILMENTS f1 /in nm nonai nKEliARf&BLE SUCCESS OF HEAN'S U -, ' f TONIC' NERVE NUTS. ^ L ? ? ? - . *' 'llutfc Jb jio class of afllktlon connnar.illu; nir.rs » JiUtJilion Xioin the meillail iaiulty than juwns ,. Uicina--i ImouI term, embracing nil ni.iimcr uf ! ^Alll\OUgtlllllIUlllS, ? . ?? ? - ? 'i bf Insists «rc cmnlinilo in statins that. , cm-ins *(- tjiq anMtlv occasioned liv the culuiiiiUnw Jjiuopeaii viii, nervous ailments will I'cu.ine ttill «tUL iH-mlcnt i Tlic hiirh tension 't wliiili tvery -iiq irt Jttiil menus 'grciittr wnetitec 'than ever of HiOb» Mcinnls of the human system whkh en-ate ? jiid uiiintmn nerve force. ??.??.? \o tompcnsilo for this abnormal drain, it is tE'UiUal that everyone should guard nfrilmt i.oni iiJiU umoiiB prostration by taUtng aUvaninge of thoH means or replenishing health, fitienutti. :md i imnUl mid ih\flcal energy which science has placed it their di^o'- 11. ......... MIir\LVUt YOU AKE SICK OH VMKh OUT OI'1 SOIHS lciiin taking ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR LETTER BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

OUR LETTER-BOX. Hear Aunt Bee,— 1 l!«vr not lir.il any 1 imp to so in for your con) 'TtHfoiM Istrl.v, us 1 liavo been : studying and goinr .or -n inmit)?r of iwaminatinn*. Before this 1 iirver' Jimsed tri-ina; for a prirt, which I have not sucreftfcil ?i« ?erHms Jft ; but 1 am keeping to the old saying. ji .n[...iii-i[ ,vpn (ion t niccrcd. then trv. trv, try apln.' J think that niyliis is \rry lieiplng*'eome- tmici, don t you ? I am thiitcfii). but might 'at well say ? fourteen, a^ 1 will be on- Saturday. '? ? With every good with for the success of -our palier i XL. -!??.» m ' AVINGTOK. (l-»r AvuiBton,— That nuir.t liave bi-en trenihtk ably tfood pars of yours,— AUNT BEE.) . i - . ?? - ? ? '?'?.? l ?'-'??.. ? ? ? ? .' - '..L-. ' .'-,.? ???-'?-. ??-' ? ?.? - .'.' '.!. .... '?;. . ??

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRUITLESS YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

FRUITLESS YEARS, By A. G. Steven. I would that I could interchange the riieaf of years, which bring no profit to iny soiil ; The fruitless flicnf in which I merely dole for breath my being, yours which no relief do bring to me, who wounded am wJth grief, To think that I may never reach the goal which beckons me ; for heavy is the toll, and youth will not await me— it is brief. ?..

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW COMPETITIONS FOR JULY AND AUGUST [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

NEW COMPETITIONS FOR JULY AND AUGUST CT.AS3 A.— This class u, as usual, only open to «? 'under. 12.' For the best ilrawliiR of a now fpnt Iiujw on or before clec-ing date. Aunt Bee will (five lor /Kj prize a 2/0 postnl note, that tho little priM.winnJBJ? may buy for hlm?elf (or herself) the prize most -8mjt tired. The drawing i-huuld be dont' in Ink 'or-rt'^pBt: coal, and JIndanie Cnw must on no account be Iracni. % CLASS H.— 'fills eh-* Is only open to oompi titoi-3 J who arc .under 14. ThV piir-p of :i beautiful little v fjuiera or n good fountain pen, whichever (3 pro :, ffi-reil. is ofTcred for the bes-t fliort story about a ] dnsnrilic aniiral. Tin.- i-tory must not excnnl 500 words in. length, and must be the .original work of ? Hip eoinpetitcr. ? CLASS C— This claw is open to-all lender? of tln« page who have not yet pa?fd their 10th birthday. Kot- the best story, net exc.ppdlnn lOlin words, Hie ? prize of a postal note for 4/ will be Riven. The story must bo orixlnnl, and no...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MRS. SMITH'S CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

?? - MRS. SMITH'S CASE. . ; Pensioner writes : 't see by the Sunday Times that the wife of a man returned shat-: tered from the front is being harassed, by the agent of her landlord, at a time when she should be the care and protection of every man m this country. Are we being German ised by the stay-at-homes for whose con tinued prosperity we have fought — some of us, like poor Smith, having given the proud est possessions of a man, his health, strength, and future prospects ? Isn't it up to the Government to deal. with special cases, such as that of Mrs. Smith, in a special way ?' ? Rev. Godson has been appointed rector of Dapto Church of England. The name fits the office as its overcoat fits an eel.

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