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SONS OF THE SEA READ THIS FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

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Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GIVING THEMSELVES AIRS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

GIVING THEMSELVES AIRS. They had already come to give themselves oirs over three of the cadets who had joined ship the day following— youngsters of about fourteen, fresh from their mothers' apron strings. They had been aloft—whilst the ship was in port, it is true— and, with much trepi dation, had reached the royal yard, where they sat looking out over Poolhaven and its shin jjing, glorying in the fact that nowhere in sight was there a craft to compare with the Cape Horn. Yes, they had done very many things, They had made the acquaintance of their eighteen immediate shipmates; they had already run foul cif the chief mate — an awe-inspiring person with a monstrously gruff voice, who seemed to have no liking for boys. They had learnt that their smart uniforms were more for show than real use; ashore, yes, it was de rigueur to wear badge caps and brass buttons, but aboard — well, there was nothing to prevent them from don ning the garb, but they work they had to per form was not partic...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARELESS CHARLIE CHUMPS THE CHICKEN FANCIER. HOW HIS GAME WAS SPOILT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

CARELESS OWUS CHOMPS THE CHICKEN FANC.ER. HOW HIS GAME WASSPOHX ? ^ 1. Charlie Chumps was a chicken fancier-that is to mj. he fancied other people's chickens. So one day he willed forth with some liquid glue, which he spread around the ^ neighbors' chicken run. ? Thereby roping in a nice little haul. But, unfortu nately he was rather careless, and upset the gluepot. ana the ! glue I he Id him fast by the trotters till a copper wokt up from his beauty sleep, and— 3 Copped him well and truly.! Yes. Charlies little game was fairly spoilt, and he won't sally forth in search of other people's chick-chocks for some time to come, you can take it from us !

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
£100 WILL SET YOU UP FOR LIFE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

£100 WILL SET YOU UP FOR LIFE You can win this and other valuable prizes by entering for the great BULLETS COMPETITION announced on page 12. Last day of entry, November 30. would hIvo Mm uriiiUr pltuuri Hum i,, ,„„„?.,,, UrluuN out of limit), »niiifi»n ?Tie u bit of pork tp n Hiring hiuI mni,. i,..,, NWfllloW II,' BUMIMUll NllOlllir Olll'lK ,' ruHlnliiRly. 'J'lill It up hhhIii wlien IV |«vv , Kit'' ' ' y0M ' H0°' for«'' ' '*«? Hut n'nymonil ojmoflreit Hi tills momoni, Al. thmiltli iiumliittlly It wmm IiIh wmu-Ii m (|e It, | . Hitl been kept occupied pot III* own illi in,', limit', mid now wun revviiotiMly -lci)iiin-llnu (, , ,| 'I'm- any sake, let the poor bunco |V' hi {«!? 'Haven't you been ocuxlck yuur*efv«'i Why, UiIijuh, you wore itouisldt |» tin iu coiiiIiik home hint voyuec. You've no chum.. ,, ulvc youmclf ulrn, I my, boyn, no «m| U( - link, I liey ve found u wlowuwuy down tlm futc|)cak— a boy, Whut ore you ilropnlnu u,., li rub ubout like that for, LontjHlulfc ?'? timmny Lon...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PUZZLE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

THE PUZZLE He died In battle. Ere lie died He turned to one who moaned besld» His tortured body, and lie said : 'It should bo restful, being dead. I'd die with joy, could I know— lor— Just what it is Z'm dying for.' , (Duty 13 far more than love. It is the upholding law through which the ?weakest become strong1, without Which all strength is unstablo as water. No character, Iiowever harmoniously framed and gloriously gifted, can bo complete without this abiding principle!' it is the cement which binds tho whole moral edifice together v.'ithoub which all power, goodness, intellect, truth, hap piness, lovo itself, can have no permanence, but all the laorlo Of existence crumbles away from under us, Miri leaves ua at laBt sitting in the midst of ruin, astonished ht our own desolation.— Mrs, Jameson. -*-

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VERSE FOR THE DAY. YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

VERSE FOR THE DAY. YEARS AGO. I Tim old (lend flowers or bygone Summers, ? The old tweet songs that are no more Mtnfff The roae-red dawns thut were welcome comers When .von and I and the world were young', Are lost, 0 love, to the light for ever, And acen no more of the moon or him; For seas divide and the seasons sever, And twain arc we that of old were one. —Victor J. Daley.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PANKHURST PEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

If THE PANKHURST PEST. The doings of Miss Adela Pankhurst and her gdng in Melbourne are matters of Federal con cern. Miss Pankhurst is a fanatic, but fully half her grievances are of her own imagining and concoction. She left England because she could not safely operate in England any longer, ? arid she came to Australia, for which continent she does not reaily care twopence, because she inougnt mat nere sne mignt earn her living ana play her game. She is playing it, while Aus tralia pays the piper. How long the police of Melbourne will permit her to play her game nobody knows, but all over Australia people are beginning to wonder what the Melbourne police f are for. Last week Miss Pankhurst's mob of { wild harridans and hysterical greensick girls did [i enormous damage to private property. They $j will do more damage yet, unless the police sud $i denly awakens' to a fitting sense of its duty. i'|t. These are things, incidentally, that the Com ?M monwealth Government might with grea...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PLAIN AUSTRALIAN THE REAL GERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

PLAIN AUSTRALIAN , THE REAL GERMAN. a Mrs. Humphry Ward has written, and H Messrs. Angus and Robertson are selling in H Sydney^ a book on the war that all patriotic if' Australians should read carefully. The book §-. is abundantly worth while for its own sake : p no more adequate, concise history of the war to I date has been written. But it has special value * for its cool and damning summary of German methods in the field. And that is an aspect Australians must not lose sight of. The danger lies in the fact that the war may be decided and p.eace concluded on the military situation only. That will not do. If that happens, the war will have been largely in vain. Germany's greatest crimes will not come under review if the mili i tary -situation only is considered. 'She has to i be punished, and punished adequately for such ' abominations of fiendish cruelty and horrible s outrage as the mind of man has never before | conceived. , ' I ? It is' useless at this 'late date pretending tha...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TALK OF THE TOWN V[?]ar Chest Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

TALKo'ieTOWN BYTAT.LER^ War Chest Day. If the weather keeps fine, War Chest Day should be another treat success added to the numerous other patriotic collections lo which the puMic have responded so generously in the pr-Et. 1 have no desire to depreciate the excel 1cm claims of other- ornanisations. but I know cT tio oilier body which should be supported so whole-heartedly as this practical institution, wincn supplies me uoyB at tne iront with the cemforts they most need at the time they most need them : which goes nbojt its wcrk quietly and unobslrurivcly ; which wastes nothing, and is managed in a most busincts-like manner eo jib to yield the best results with the least pos sible expenditure. The fund has my cordial blcEMng-, and 1 trust that its collections will yield the result which the organisers hope. An Unique Compliment. The adjournment of the N.S.W. Parliament out of respect to Mr. J, J. Cohen, Speaker, and Mr, D. Levy, Chairman of Con;:nitt«e«, on the occasion of the Jewi...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THUMBS DOWN TO— [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

THUMBS DOWN TO— The men who refused to man a hospital ship urgently required for the front. The German and other foreigners prosecuted at Newcastle under the War Precautions Act. Adela Pankhurst, for disturbing the peace in Melbourne.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

WAR CHL5T DAY SEPTLMBLR 29 We want £100,000 to provide Com forts for our Fighting Men in France for the forthcoming Winter. All Comforts— everything— is supplied FRLL.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HATS OFF TO— [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

HATS OFF TO— The directors of, and workers for, the War Chest Fund. The Anzacs for their latest c::pioas. The memory of Brigadier— Genu'sl Maxwell, V.C., killed in acticn

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

ifmjjl manager '. we must economise 9 H/5t\^\ foreman: why not instal ? I Xw^^Jj Economical . 9 I xN^p7 Brilliant I I Durable 1 I AUSTRALIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC COY. I B Mazda House, Corner Wentworlh Avenue and Gouiburn St., Sydney I M Telephone City 3510 (5 lines) I M Corner Queen & Little Collins Streets, Melbourne. 'Phone City 2646 H I ? ? I

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

GREAT PRIZE SCHEME ONE THOUSAND POUNDS £TOO , £3OO ______ and ? in Cash in Goods in exchange for Labels off tins of 'BACCHUS MARSH' Condensed Milk 'STANDARD' Condensed Milk ' A.M.P.' & ' SWAN ' Condensed Milks Competition ends on December 31st, 1917. inquire for further particulars from your grocer.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

ANTHONY fiQRDERNS' for A visit to Anthony Horderns' Hat Depart- fW( Jc^^N ment will well reply men who wish to wear /»' *~ ^C^??jJ Fashionable yet Economical Head Gear. -«m/Tr-y$iri^^ife- * *// Every style of Hat, to fit any size head, !l|y«|^y . comes under the money-saving Influence of - ^f^H^is|of^ Anthony Horderris' Famous Low Prices, /yjy ^?^Wv^B^BT^'^ which bring down the cost of everything. ^f, Jy/tfW&tjff7/i'' ,^^^^^^^^^M. MEN'S SOFT' FELT HATS. Q^^^^^^^^^^) MEN'S FINE FUR SOFT FELT HATS (as fP^\ ~~~^ '/iffiWlgr^ illustration No. 1), with brims 2in:to t\\\\, ^\*)?^:/U%my7' with Turn-over Welted Edge. Cplors in ft '--'#j^™,W/i-( dude Black, Fawn, Beaver, Slate, Steel, ^^ieifsPr^' HiLffll',i- Grey, Cuba, Brown, Li'ght and Dark Green, ^'*^S=|ft £^J — ^'WjWj\\ with self or contrast bands, and bow at W^\J^SM\m\ back or side .. ........ 12/6 and 15/6. jd&^40B&V\\\.- MEN'S VELOUK HATS. ? ffiig&mZ&^^fr^^S MEN'S FINE ENGLISH VELOUR HATS (as #j!...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR CHEST DAY £100,000 WANTED £32,000 FOR LONDON ALONE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

WAR CHEST DAY ? 3 £100,000 WANTED £32,000 fr)R LONDON ALONE To-day is War Chest Day, and the organiser* of this practical fund for the men in the trenches have every hope that they will obtain their objective, namely £100,000. At least £32,000 is urgently needed for im mediate requirements in London alone, so it will be seen that the amount which is asked from the New South Wales public is not ex cessive. Every penny that its subscribed goes towards providing comforts for the men in the trenches at the most opportune time, to sup port the War Chest Club in London, and in a thousand and one directions which assist our soldiers to carry on their hazardous work to the best advantage. Amongst the articles to be sold in aid of the Fund is a Drown soft hat, which originally belonged to, and was worn by King Edward VII. before he died. An illustration of this hat appears in a picture on our back page. This Itat was made by Messrs. Woodrow and Sons, hatters to the Royal Family, and Mr. Lowe...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FREAK COLLECTOR [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

A FREAK COLLFXTOR The Wild Man from Borneo selling at the Freak Stall for War Chest Day.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Horace Bent. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

Horace Bent. Old-Timer writes to us : 'If the world owes something to the men who make it laugh, and is under any obligation of memory to the men who have provided it, from time to time, with the requisite and necessary face massage, Horace Bent must stand well in credit. Ran dolph Bedford has given us a nice, chatty article (Mirror, Sept. 22), but there would be no difficulty in filling a thick book with good Bent varns Homeless. 'Horace wss hard up against it in Sydney when he reported himself homeless. The patron to whom he made the report said : 'But you've been homeless for a long time, Horace ; there's nothing new in this story.' 'Never been absolutely homeless, like I am now,' said the humorist. ?Y'aee, I've been Hvin' in a barr'l in the Do-main, for a long time, and was pretty comfortable. But some time in the middle of last night a (much-adjectived) horse came along, and kicked my home all to splinters. I ain't got no home now. Furniture and bed linen all ruined with the ra...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR AUSTRALIA A CHANCE FOR RAILWAY AND TRAM WAY MEN. [A weekly column devoted to the interests of Recruiting and the soldiers at the front.] [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

FOR AUSTRALIA A CHANCE FOR RAILWAY AND TRAM WAY MEN. [A weekly column devoted to the interests of Recruiting and the soldiers at the frontl From the beginning of the war men of tho railways and tramways in New South Wales have freely answered the call of country, and already a large number of them are at the front while many others have returned wounded of invalided after having done their bit. ADout tnree monins ago jvtr. nmurosc iviuuic, of the Sydney Parcels Office, Central Railway Station, suggested to Major Shillington, organis* ing secretary of the State Recruiting Committee, PTE. AMBROSE MOORE, Organiser of the Railway and Tramway In* fantry Reinforcement Unit. ? . that an Infantry Reinforcement Unit might be raised to fill up the gaps, and offered his services to the committee for this particular work. Mr. Moore's offer was placed before the mili tary headquarters, and permission was granted for the raising of this reinforcement unit. Mr. Moore is 30 years of age, and was bo...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MEN WHO RETURN===TWO HAPPY SCENES [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

THE MEN WHO RETURN===TWO HAPPY SCENES Several batches^ of Australians are returning from the 'front. The picture on the left shows a father welcoming his family. On the right .is a group of Mosman V.A.D.'s. The inset shows Lance-Cpl. Topping, of the First Australian -Dermatological Hospital, reading The Mirror. Writing from England, he says : ''Mirror aivl _ ''uaday Times greatly appreciated, and always look forward to them, and also news of how the authorities are dealing with the Huns.' ?

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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