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EIGHT MEMBERS OF THIS TEAM HAVE GIVEN THEIR SERVICES TO THE EMPIRE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

EIGHT MEMBERS OF THIS TEAM HAVE GIVEN THEIR SERVICES TO THE EMPIRE Klns'B' School has every reason to feel proud of'ltB'iia boys, who have- made a splendid reoponBo to the call tp arms. Bight members of tho achool cricket team, 1909-10, have erflistea. Their names oro:— *W: Lltt-Brown (mlildlo -.s row , 2), A. W. XJttla (Ifront row on right), C. HL. Miicdonitld (top rqW^i), A. X-. Mitchell (died of wounds), (front row on left), C. D. Itoclc (top tow, 6J, J. V. Q. Beo XmiaflJ^row, IJ.W. A. Walford (middle row', 3), and D. V. Walford (wounded)'^ '(middle row, 6).'

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ON THE MAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

ON THE MAKE. ? 'Now we'll gee how much he's got,' Bays tbe Hun. as he'helpa himself to Russia's roubles. — ' Now York World.'

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE "HEROIC " KAISER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

THE 'HEROIC' KAISER. 'We will fight no long as you havo a man left.' says the heroic Kaiser to Turkey und Austria. —'Fasquimv' Turin. v .

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commence our Great New Serial Story To-Day. IN LOVE The Story of a V.C. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SYNOPSIS OF OPENING CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

V,'.. Commence our Great New Seria! t Story To-Bay. [?] The Story of a V.C. By Clara Hay Hamilton. J ALL RIQrtTO RESERVED. tk &-£ ''? ':-.???;' SYNOPSIS OF OPENING , |S'' '. Sir.' John Adalr, barpnet 'and roan about Sfe ' town,1' is :in love ? With 'sPeggy . Hardcastle, . a p,(, ? young and heautttul! jiii.jP.eter. Howard, #??: '?'????'?? ft young sculptor;- \vho--.is jMclose-'friend of p;' '' Adah's,., ft* 'also in'-jlOWV' ?with Peggy. fpT1!- Owing t'q.Slr John's -manner,' _Foggy *de- |fS~- ;clded':that lie Is only . amusing himself K-ifcA 'with her, nrid .she receives' Sim with' cold mfe',i''J . trlendliness). ''At the same-time she re m& )? ??? -'v- fuses to marry. Peter, who sho lias known S&^ji^\.«U. her life. Sir John 'tlnaihg himself re Ss^yVDjiffea. is more determined' than ever to SM-~-.»? win Peggy HBideastle for his wife. Ho K'. 'JApresses his suit with- all' the ardor of IJji','. v;' youth; -but. Pegi?y. ;ner mind ^mnde, up that j$J»^---;he is not...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"MUST DO SOMETHING." [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

'*MUST DO SOMETHING.' , '-After seeing- Peter off, Pesgy.llke one : ' In. a .dream, drove-Home with her .father .and^steprmbther-^back'ftb' the olfli-'grey. house, in Kensington. '. .}'? ,v.V , ? How tjuitt It seemed, how desolate! W})\ '''? There was a big fire in the library, and they all sat there, and had tea, thinking all the time of Peter In the;. long 'brown ; train. , ?. , - ' ' ' ' '??'' '? Peggy was very silent She tried to swallow a mouthful of .tea, but it seemed . to choke her. ' All she' could think' of was Peter's face, as he leaned from the win dow, and that sudden, unexpected little .gleam of. sunlight bursty thvougli; the grey of the London ufternoon, and- caught the i^fairfhead, and made a sparkle of. light' on '.his- clbse-crbpped-.'curfs'.''. She' jumped'1 up, ? ?and -Btood'' with' ''one1 -foot on -the fender, fit urine down into the .burning, logs* -j , . Across the room old. '.Mr. Hardcastle ?..?watched her with his heart in hla eyes; ('while tho-; clear, 'haw...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT THE KEYBOARD. By " SEMI-QUAVER." [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

AT THE KEYBOARD. . By ' SEMI-QUAVER.' Where grlpinge grefes the - hart would wounde. » . . And dolcfulic dumps tho mynde oppresse, There nntslelio witli her silver sound; . With spede Is wont to send redrcssa: Ot troubled myntfs. In every aore, , Swete muBlcko liatlie a salve in store. ? (lUchanl ISdnrards, 'Tho Paradise Of Dainty Devices,' 1S23-1GCC). Mfw Alice Bryant. '— -.-??. ^ '.- u'JMisi Alice 'Bryajit;' who Ib. brgdnlst -W tfie^Mahly 'Preiibytwiaii Church,- had the privilege of meeting during her recent visit. to England many prnminent_organ ists. Among the number were Sir Fred erick Bf idge, organist of Westminster Ab bey, Sir 'Walter Parratt,. Dr. Alcock, Al fred Hollins.WoIstenholmo, H.-Ia Balfour, nnd Mr. Ferkini), of the Birmingham Town Hall. Miss Bryant recalls with pleasure tho many times she played in London, giving rocltals at the Royal Albert HaU, tho Crystal Palace, and at several city churches. _ Sir Frederick Bridge, tn -par- ticular, described. Miss Bryant as. o...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

AFTEB HAVING BEKM €OMPL^TELir QBBY ^SJWCE TMiS AGE ©F 2S. 1 / A Simple, Harmless Method, wfeicfii eon ',/ ,,- - be used in ©ne's Own Ponie vffb-. '' /:. ' Copplete Snccess. * ' - . V''1-' by jwar¥ fit, Gmpmm* - ? ????».? ironuin who batons* to a pnnu-t baxml««a, tut woaia dorelm ? BtorovA / tardjr srey-lu|ind tamlfy. My f»Ui*r[tuid B«kuUCi4 anwtU of Hfctr. M» «r««.SrMr.|-«Mr« ha wm SO. and two oflfreoiid wrotoaat tula pPeaetipUtHi, whlete ., njr brotnor*. am wall its my eiatar. ba-l I bad vnaAv u». and nfter follawunr W* *Hme cnt «*rty In Ufa. Before U)« sx* I tiutructtoas for it few dayo, I was nor *IHI 1 aoroloped gray hairs, which be- LT---«afl ond'deUchted to fln« my hair *^*w^ Ciultc embarnuvsiBjir to Kt& ^^^^^^ b^coxxiliur richer and darxo^ ? socially onA aIao io, bQAl j^&$$$isf$%£fS'e3&&£$^ ^ Ai7ffn- TiMi n^colQ.Qfintt ^'s* ^ lost OtT0t S99d jrf^S?f^^^*?^j^^^^^^^^3%. proccQjv contiziuud untlt* poaltlons for no other jjSSJ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^a^ aftA...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Page for Young People BABBTTE'S AND D[?] MAGIC COATS. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

r\ na^/'TOr BY LILIAN TURNER (Mra. F. Lindsay Thompson). Author of ' The Girl from the BackblockB.1' BABETTE'8 AND BIJOU'S MAQiC COATS. I SYNOPSIS OB1 PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. I Babetto and BIJou were little Belgian gills ? who, Sloce tho Great War came to their land, I had been living In tlia cellar of, their homo. I One afternoon they slipped unobserved away i to the Market Square where they had heard 1 were groat boxes of warm clothing from Aua I trauo. Believing that tho fairies bad pent I them, they determined- to ask tor a mogla. I coat for each. American ladies were there to I Elvo tho clothing away, and they saw to it I that theso two lltUa girls obtained their I . longed-for coats. When, clad In their woolly 1 coats, they at Vnirtb reached thflr imnu 9 again they hosltatcd outside tho door afraid 1 to enter, until observed by a German officer, 1 - Who camo to tho kitchen door, and they- wero a dragged by him Inside. Ho and the other I two officers there accused tho little girls o...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Prize Competitions FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. THE LETTER THAT WON FIRST PRIZE. "The Bungalow," Rosalind-st., North Sydney. Dear "Phyillda."— [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

jwi'-M.:- ? ?? ? ??- '. i- . ' ?? : v. .--..??...???.-???? ? : — ' — '? ? -?-.':??'?-.? ?' -.-';? ? I '?'?? I S :;£-/:S^E^;im GMJ.. '?; ';/. feTHE''tCTT'EBJTH)iT.:.W9M.FiB8T * .;-/-*? ' /.? ? By-Gwynneth JU Woodberrjr. . -. 'j:^-! . '?' : Hosallnar8t,:HortJi Sydney. S tJDeaf fPhylUdal'— - ?'???'?.- - ? -- «Iam a Tasnianian. Have you over been ' ,vfl«r Tasaift{t}i?v ^- dirt.' yoa ha*o todeed ' ' ';;'a»J*ii«l;»J'tN»t, for it te'o. most.beautaul Sslind. and'I think that originally it must - iawo been therhom* of thofalriea. - I am 'goins to toll you about my home, Ddoratne. r If Is -iituattrfl on ' the banks ot ' tao : Meander '... Jttveiv. Bildway botween taunoeBtonandBevqnport; and In the. prin cipal route to the Great 'Lake, ,23nillea' sufianu ? ^ - ?*'? : ????;.-? \,..Tb,o lake,, ?*rbJch .teiqn-the, top of the .'J7estern TlersJ Is IS ?miles-' long; and has' ' in area o« 24.000 acres. .: .. . ? '? ' . The Tiers, is a chain of mountains 90 inllea long, and 4000 feet above sea level. ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEEK'S VERSE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

: ? '? TrlE^EEk* VER8E;-' ? '.?''} ? *'j.'. To thine oijra- aelt bVtrno;. vii.^-;-..'. : {£'?? And-ltimMit toH*rw ts;.UM-, night '.tha:aay;,v:;' 1 '' Thou canst nbtstheii-be falno to any toan.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

? ANSWERS JO CORRESPONDENTS. J.HJ3. (East Brisbane): Thank you for nuffgoatton and letter. 3?he,idea is cer tainly worthy of consideration. We shall probably try* something' of tho sort next month. ? ' . . '. , City 8790: Shall be pleased to. eee your photographs. Thank you. very, much for. yciir kind-words about .'The Mirror.' We are BonrV, but It-nrouia-be dlfficalt to ar rariso Buch/a Loaguo ns yon wish. Have you* read -what tbo' Circnlation Dcpart ntent has to say upon this page? Tou had He'Uer ' obtain: oJT particulars from there. Or, better ctllt; this bitter of- yours shall be banded - on— which will ensure you having a reply very soon. .;-'?..- '. : T!i» fietuTTi of Knrahth.ood. The circular motion of the world is nowhere more, clearly Bho wo- than where, tbo armies of the nations ore gathered for battle. The things which one age discards as worthless are picked up centuries after and put to' new use. Armour, which the knights of tho oistoeutli century regarded with suspicio...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE OCTOBER COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

_THB OCTOBER COMPETITIONS. CLASS A.— TJiIb competition /1b opett only to ^Blrto^oT'. the -^ery .good realsoh' that wo: S9 -i*ot. e»jf«c^ U yjitt Mfiria : fR*otf fa: the eyes of;rbpyi5, '?. ^Tlie Mirrjar' . (eels If ;:?wmot;' reflect ,-ntiy thing even: reseiaf bllng goorl clicer tW«:-CiirisUnas time un less it haa Eont favour bttiVe flfehte jg over sea a huso parcel otcomforta iwdre) membnmcea. Kot tills purpose' we Invite every girt member' of 'tills page who - pos Bn«*Bn wrtlitmw ^twwnWi'- «aV%i^ 4k tttnvm.' hflOTt to co-ppertvto, and tft compeie., This Cbrfstnks;' like :loirt. one of tho great needs at tho trenchco uvUl -bo Balaclava caps. ? To the girl who .sends in. Ute bt*t knitted -Balaclava cap wo -will give. a- prtza -pf .'?ar,otory-book— tlia very book you ons uioat longing for. Each compe titor may write the name of the book aht. -wanto and tho name ; ot Its author — ana rnattn the paper containing her wlrii upon the cop. A second prize. of nn elec tric torch will be given...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GERMAN CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

THE GERMAN CLUBS. (Special to 'The Mirror.'') The German Club in Phillip-street is, still, we understand, being used as a residence for some of the Huns who have been refused admission to hotels and boarding-houses.   The Concordia Cub, in Elizabeth-street,   is also used on Sunday evenings. Why should the- members of these institu- tions be permitted the slightest considera-   tion, whilst their countrymen are committing outrages in the highways and byways of Europe? If it is argued that they are not responsible for these crimes, we reply that it is only an accident that they are not standing side by ride with the poisoners in the trenches, the pillagers of Belgium, the devastators of Poland, and the murderers on land-and sea who are making the name of Germans stink in the nostrils of every   decent human beirg for all time.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUNS IN AUSTRALIA. INTERNMENTS SUSPENDED. STRANGE CHANGE OF ATTITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 10 October 1915

HUNS IN AUSTRALIA. INTERNMENTS SUSPENDED.   STRANGE CHANGE OF ATTITUDE. (Special to 'The Mirror.')   For some reason the activity of the military authorities with regard to the internment   of enemy subjects has been suspended.   Enquiries made at Victoria Barracks reveal the fact that instructions have been received' from Melbourne to the effect that the vigorous rounding up at all events of, all unmarried; unnaturalised Germans and   Austrians should not be continued.   Is the Minister of Defence frightened of   the commendable though belated action of his officers? It would be interesting to know what exactly has prompted the change of attitude. The public will demand that the present position must not be permitted. to continue.       The resolution passed by the Legislative Council lust week, and the speeches made by Sir Joseph Carruthers, Mr. Fitzger...

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 — 17 October 1915

/^S^ I..I I. I ___ I ^ _. ^ ' ??:i.' J. j WE POST At«E: nMPROR' 1 .TOANY4PART.0F AUSTRALIA FOR 2/fi. - . FOR BIX MONTHS. SEE SUBSCRIPTION FORM ON . ?? ?..-.,-- PAGE 15. - ?? ?-??? . ? / ? . ? ??'?'.??. -?'?? k.. ; ,-? ,?;.-.? . . :..,;.,.',;.'-:;,;^:v,:;ij.^ij;.;

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 — 17 October 1915

Famous for , . M^^^J '-? ' ' ' Jm& * J' coughs, colds, mMj^ bronchitis,; m.T^- ? influenza IBl- I , ™\ ^e^t ? 1/ weaknesses M'W/i lL^^H ^ 'million? of homes throughout the |r|''flJHr Jfi* _worid, SCOTT'S Emulsion is bringing 1 walls health and strength to weakly men, 1 w^E women, children and babes. Imitations ' ' ? ~~ come and go, but, year* after year, SCOTT'S Emulsion continues unrivalled as the purest and best of all preparations of cod liver oil — the only one universally approved by doctors [ on account of ita pleasing taste, perfect digestibility and constant quality. For even when ordinary cod !iyer : . oil is. rejected, SCOTT*S ^Emulsion ^is' readily assimi lated by the youngest child dr most delicate invalid. ; 4m ~ a builder up m of delicate M ' men, women, A children as m %(\t well as babes .-. ? .«.„'?'*. * ^ \ :? . H, ^jSSffii^ EAKLY children grow plump And #tr^nfe l^^P^a on SCOTT'S Emulsion. Aneeniic girts |f|ffl|^ and overgrowing Ijoye regain the U^^PP-- colo...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

READ THE MIRROR FOR LATEST SOCIAL GOSSIP.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOMAN AND THE HOME. IMPORTANT WAYS OF COOKING AND THEIR EFFECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

WOMAN AND THE '?:?'? home. ?-?? -v IMPORTANT V/AYS OF COOKING ' AND THEIR EFFECT6. if/. :':.:?£?''- v By 'MiAiJA.1? ' ?,-.:i:l'''','\- £;.*'Y ;Mk. notes list week, told of one: or two l\';*faJS;Cf-tp'°HtnB .ana their. eWocts. To-day |«f:5 I shall ' gl ve -y ou- a tevi. more details' which fe-aee^-juot as important ixa those ? already i&v./r«lkteij. .I1. . . ' .'. ,. ,-„.;_ , . . &? Sauteeing. . , .'-????. if- V (To ; sautce Is . reallyi. to fry dry. and- is fe ','* tspeoial : means of making vegetables yrr aiilte .delicious alter ;they. have been first E'1- boiled. . Frying proper is effected by a fi'.- large (tuahtltjr of oil, butter,'' fat, or .lard; *'.' this Ib known -as 'wet frying.- Dry frying -, U' to cook. wltu'.A less;Beyere heat than ,-.,-' . tliA n nttin X rMilnir'tn i^iutn fof Tn ft A (Vila correctly ohiy' just Sufficient fat or butter * should, be -used to' enable the cook to toss the entire ,/ooa. in the pan' over the fire. ' For bucIi purpose either a ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN MY GARDEN. Some General Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

. IN MY GARDEN. Some General H ints. Select your tools carefully. A fow ounces of extra and unnecessary weight in a spade may destroy half the pleasure of working your garden beds. Proper drainage is more bni-ortant than good solL Many of the plant* which lova moisture most will be ruined if tho sur plus water rlues not R--t away freely Water 'with judgment A mere eprlnk- s' IlnK^on tho surface or the soil may dp , more harm than good. It tends to make the thirsty plants bring Uietr roots nearer to the ' surface than is desirable. \ Keep the surface of your ground ppen. The constant application of the hoc be tween the growing plants not only dq s troys. weeds, but is more valuable than the. use. of the. watering can. ? , Good rmilchinir. when possible, Is moat valuable- In the' Sydney district 'It' keeps the surface nf the ground cool and moist; as well as supplying nourishment to tb* crowing tbiuss.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KILLING A HUN MONOPOLY IMPORTANT AUSTRALIA DISCOVERY. WILL CAUSE REVOLUTION IN OPTICAL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

KILLING A HUN MONOPOLY IMPORTANT AUSTRALIAN | DISCOVERY. } . WILL CAUSE REVOLUTION Hi OPTICAL TRADE. ;. -In the lost Issue of 'The Mi:ror'',an article appeared dealing with the Ijold which, Germanism has obtained in the, op tical trade. It was .pointed out. in that article that the names, of.Zeiss. Gperz, Buscli, and other German firms were: be lieved to stand alone' for excellence 'and quality in the .manufacture of optical in struments, lenses, etc. ?' ;';' ? ' AN AUSTRALIAN INVENTION.. During the week our attention has been drawn to a striking Australian Invention which promises to revolutionise the whole industry, so far as the manufacture, of lenses Is concerned, and which can Bcarpely fall to place Australia in a position to ? kill,-- once and for all, the German control - of. this particular branch of manufacturing industry. The1 Invention la based on a dis covery of a principle and method which absolutely upsets all preconceived ideas regarding lens-srinding. The new process...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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