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GUIOT=LENEHAN DIVORCE CASE. SNAPSHOTS TAKEN AT THE COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

GUIOT-LENEHAN DIVORCE CASE. SNAPSHOTS TAKEN AT THE COURT !,,-..._.* /? ..- ? .....'-? ? . ,' ? ?Vj :4-; ;-?? .These^piltures show' the principal parties In the divorce suit brought by M. Uu;ot against his wife, which has aroused so much interest during the weak. (1) Mm;. Guiot w.'th her friend, Miss McKinna (on the left). ^(2) Reading from left to right': M. Guiot. Mr. Alec Thomson (his Counsel), M. Fouquier (one of (he wit nesses for the petitioner), and Private-Detective Robertson. (3) Colonel Lenehan. (4) One of the Counsel at the court. (5) M. Guiot taken on leaving the court.

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

THEY SAY That it is time the dissensions in patriotic committees in Sydney ceased. ? ? ? That favorites are just as prone to defeat to-day as they were yesterday. » ? ? That Wedge's running at w.f.a. makes his Epsom prospects brighter than ever. * * V That if Jack Rice should win with his 13.12, it will be a sorry reflection on our hurdlers. ¥ ♦ * That if Biplane wins the Derby the 'I told you so' brigade will not miss their chance. * » -i That the Greeks seem to be at war with Germany, without being really in the fighting, That by the time the police have done with them the I.W.W. will stand for IwishI wasn't. * * ? That there was much disappointment that a recent society wedding was got through without a scene. That a society girl has caused a lawyer's letter to be sent one of the sports who spoke of her as a 'knut.' * * » That in the home of one of the Consuls there is living a newly-arrived German woman, lately from Berlin. » * * That Italy has over, a million men ready to take ...

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

THE SPIRIT OF QUALITY IS^b^dta.s.^Sn GT W ¥Hte T* *^L^F^ ty T^ T^ '^Z' ^^ T I^T »ec°mmended by the medical 1 I i'4L T* H ^% I I 1^ ? H « I 1^1 fraternity for those suffering 1 JLdl UP JLd 1 KJ jLJ JB.\. A \Jl 111 from KIDNEY COMPLAINTS SEE THAT YOU GET 'GILBEY'S,' IT IS IN FRONT OF ALL OTHER BRANDS JWDRHEUMATISM. ? ? * ? TUCKF.lt k CO., SYDNEV, SOLB AGKNTS.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DICKY DOENUT, THE JOKER WHO GIVES YOU JOY [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

DICKY DOENUT, THE JOKER WHO GIVES YOU JOY I. 'You hoppit ! I've no bacca for cadgers !' yapped Sammy Softly, as he pushed his flipper into Dicky's listener. ? And Dicky only asked for a pipe of the weed. But the spiteful fellow didn't notice that he'd broken his pipe. Dicky did ? 3. Pipe he was filling with golden honey dew. 'Good, old sport !' muttered Dicky under his breath, as he watched the pipe getting filled. 'I think I've got the pull on you this time. Watto !' And Dicky had, too, for — 2. Though. And, hiding himself round the johnny homer, he managed to push the bowl of his pipe against the stem of faammy s. Presently Sammy started to load up, not noticing that it was Dicky's— 4. When Sammy had lit up, Dicky ambled off, puffing away like a locomotive in a fit. And Sammy simply howled himself hoarse with annoyment. 'Sno use,' said Dicky;; 'I've won, although it is a draw !' Bravo, Dicky !

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

A NEW INVENTION FOR GOLFERS 1. Mr. Brightboy has invented this new 2v.t,.-.r». t golf club. Having hit the ball a mighty swipe — '? He sits down and enjoys a whiff or two while the caddie searches for a ball. When ho finds it he repeats the performance. Immense I

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

THE LOAVES TURNED INTO BOXING GLOVES 1. 'Dear, oh, dear !' panted the man with two hot new loaves. 'I shall be caught and prosecuted .' The cop's gaining on me fast.' And then he turned the corner — 2. And noticed the poster on the wall. Quick as thought he forced his first through . each loaf, and the constable passed by Hkc lightning, thinking it was a fellow with boxing gloves on, advertising the shos^ 1

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

THE REASON WHY 'Can I borrow your blacking, Coddem ?' 'Yes ; but why do you ask ??' 'Because I can't find it .'?

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

AT THE ZOO ? Fond Wife : 'Come back, Cuthbert ! You're not going over there among them horrid, creep ing things 1' . . Enthusiastic Food Economist : 'Don t be absurd, Maria ! I only want to ask the keeper in there if the insects have been put on half rations i'

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

\SIMPLE£AMMY WAY5AC?\WlLLY

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GREAT WAR CHEST APPEAL MEN IN THE TRENCHES ASK FOR COMFORTS SOME OF THE ORGANISERS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

GREAT WAR CHEST APPEAL MEN IN THE TRENCHES ASK FOR COMFORTS SOME OF THE ORGANISERS This group taken by the Mirror photographer shows (reading from left to right) Capt. T. J, Clerkc, late Assistant Commissioner, arrived from the front this week; Mr. S. H. Bowden, publicity organiser; Mr. C. le M. Walker, hon. secretary; Mr. E.- J. Sievers, member of the executive ; Mr. Ouy Sherwood, newly appointed Assistant-Commissioner, represent ing Victoria,

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

THE CONFERENCE WHICH FAILED Snapshot of the Members of the Council of the Miners' Federation taken by the Mirror photographer as they were leaving the Treasury after the abortive conference with the Cabinet.

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

(.'(101) f'liniCHMKX ALL. Tor i|iiitn ii time it hud been the custom to turn out (lie jraiiRs lor Uem-h ilifcKliitf on Sunday inoviiliiu-'. 'flip bo.VH kii-i.ed hurtl. but dnir on. One Saturday the M'njeant wi'ut thruiiKli tlie camp askiiiK for 1Iip iiarneB of those who would prefer church wrvice to trtneb' difflinK, and the number of churchmen in the lino? WU6 nstonMiiuK. Xe.xt morning they wen' turned nut for church parade, and ut the vaine lime, it was learned that .Sunilay nioinint,' trenching hud been discontinued. It is alleged thiit the tilings they i-aid of the sergeant would have diMuiulillcd the whole parade from purUcipatiiij; In the MMViee. Hut they were down for it, and hud to carry on.

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

TOttK HIS MAS IN. One of our UTReants in France set out to win a |-ii»;e of ten day*' leave, offei-ei] liy the O.O., to the Him man to luitiK in ti line Hun oltierr. ' lie wanted to exlnivt roiiie information from the (Jeniiiin. The M'lw^nl wax in the raid, but tin; luck wu« iijiajtmt him. Tliert1 were liw priioiieiji, in fuel; lint one man was Feeuii-d. All the utliei-K met with were wnt out tor keens, Kei-Kt. — — Koi IiIh uiii'i. thoupli In' hud to (ml it; to him with the lnitt of tlie i-l Me to tft't him t» Mirremler. On the way. liiiek there wa« more trouble. Krilu's (runs befraii throw inj; gun over, simi the i-rit-onri* showed fiRim of Kt'iiij; down t-i it. lint the hth-';iiiI wanted that ten dn.Vh' leave— lie wimled It badly— k- lie lock liff hih inm'uai murk mid put it on tin.' ll.iu find drained him in. lie w-f.n: hut It was about WO to 1 airaiift him getting t hi oily h with his cobber, the 1'rilziu,

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CLUTCHING HAND GERMAN CONSPIRACY II.—AUSTRALIAN PUBLIC OPINION AROUSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

i THE CLUTCHING ! HAND GERMAN CONSPIRACY II.— AUSTRALIAN PUBLIC OPINION AROUSED. Our agitation on the subject of the danger confronting Australia by Reason of the liberty accorded to Germans and other foreigners in our midst is at last receiving support from quar ters which were formerly sceptical and unsym pathetic. For over two years we warned the public and the Government of the results which might be expected from the slackness and indifference which appeared to actuate the authorities in this matter. The British people ? are fundamentally slow, but once roused they do not stop until they achieve their ends. The Australian section of the British race share this characteristic. During recent weeks leading business men, politicians, and others have expressed them selves in emphtic language regarding the das tardly outrages which have destroyed Austra lian shipping, caused the loss of many valuable lives, and deprived the Imperial Government of supplies for the armies in the field....

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

Till! SWJN-H. At wnilt on Uifir liit, two of the hoys were overheard. 'He tried to pinch my ration*.' 'Bid he T Tin- i-wiiie.' *' 'That's mine,' 1 H'S. lie called -me « liar. 'Not. me, but you,' 1 fin.' 'Hie swine.' .'Then he Hn* the Kail t ?) iiYsli me . for a lilt of mo soldier''' friend.' 'Tin? h\.;'iie.' 'An* when I wouldn't «ivc him that, lie aiul(H nu; for a tanner.' 'Gawn; wot did y* do V' '1 gave it to 'im.' 'Well, you arc a swine.' To wi'h to do without other men, and to In- under obligation to no -»»«?, i« a tnve mark of b mind di-vuld of feeling.— Joubeil. This Ik especially to be insisted on iiK%' early educa tion of younp people. It slinultl be ]«ili'itoil out to them with continual earnest nefiH thai the ehH'iice of lyiiiK' is in deception, not in word-s : » lie may be told by Hilence, by e((uivocatlon. by the ui-cent on a syllable, by a glance, of the ey.1 HltneMng a peculiar MKiilnVanco In a tcntfiice; and all Uicm' kinds ut lies are mini' and liaeer by many difurecs...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANZACIANA TALES FROM THE TRENCHES. OUR GALLANT CAPTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

r*0^2ACIANi£\i TALES FROM THE TRENCHES. Ol'fl GALLANT CAl'TAJS. Coiiiimirulii ) I it»k for « few Hiick nf f.pueo oti account «it my old MttiUritt, What Ii-.mIIiHii-wIii HiMIiim. wiii. »Uvr I 'lQ.it iiilm-'— Imf. If lit' had liccn Riven the V.-\ every lime he diwerved it lie would Imve wanted another i-IickI t«i h»nd the brain** on. l'u|it«in Urirvf wus tlio lust otllcer left unwoiinded alter IpIh company hud uiMalnod Itf-av.v lot*. Two machine guns were holding d|i hi' advance, Klu^Jc-luiniUtl «ml under their lire lie attacked H-ltli bomlm tile pm |kikIIIoiin. Killed the (*«» nf both, NorjtuttliiHl IiIh iciiiiiant of a i-mnpKiiy, and got where Ii/h ililei' naid ln- wax to U'. Anything better in till' ?nmiuli J ? ? ?

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MODES AND MEN FAKING AND SNIFFING. Korniloff. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

MODES AND MEN ? — a. FAKING AND SNIFFING. By FRANK MORTON, KornilofT. It might be said that one man in his tim* makes many photographs. Further, if he hap pens to be famous, it is amazing how unlik* come of his photographs other of his photo graphs happen to be. I have, for instance, a series of photographs of Korniloff. In one of them he ie a dazzling, handsome fellow of well marked, Latin type, erect, stalwart, soldierly. In another he is -simple Cossack. Cossack ever\r inch, and not many inches at that. Another picture still shows him as a dreamy and rather placid creature, who mieht easily pass for a typical dull Swede. So great are the mysteries of journalism. Faked Photographs. I am told that in every New York newspaper office they have thousands of stock photographs cunningly faked. If a woman commits suicide at Hoboken, or a man is blown to smithereens at Pittsburg, no photograph may be obtainable; but the New York papers are never at a loss — they draw on stock. And you wil...

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

THE 1ATKHT NRWS. Tlie 1 -t«3T tuitiK|Kirt wan lucking slowly to her Uerlli in Uiitihli \uiti-iH to lund a lot of the Uuls who luid niadi: ll'eir tiioiiMinilK of miles trek to tile lireat Ktnlea\or. I-ute nrws wan what the mm on hoard wanted, mid :i« (liey pjifcBed the crowded wharves tliey culled tor it. Little run II- till one of tlie Auttitiliativ o» Uioie nuiile » m--K3i|ih-iu-- witli hi* Imnds smd y\\«\ tlie (:1ml titling, 'fills «an Ills latent Itim : 'UeiiV gone up tti|-|vi'iiri' a pint.'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOT TOO OLD AT FIFTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

not too old at kiity. M.-\ : 1 would lilu- Oil* |»it mi the tile lur Hie en ('(iiimiif mi nt -?{ HiOM' wlio Hill my Ilic-iv are plenty men 1,1 Aiislniliii over (Jii1 inlllliu-.v iiVi- who \mtilil /fix1 n KtKil iii'ioiiiit nf tlirmtiflu'k in liie tlulnhij;' Hi'1. Serbiiil lleiit. Win. Molone.v (MiiiMirno Iiuk Iximi iiwiinli-il tin; M.C. for ImvliiK led 1i!k tilutoeii miller * heavy memy flr« l.» (lie -«|»liiri' of mi aulvwicrd -xi*ltlt»i. Tlii*- officer i« uver 50 yrum of age. I wrntc umie time sro «'.\(ire«liiK 1 1 iv fijiiiiiini Hint a veteran'.' lin'irailr could lie lutmrd in X8.tt\, and J wmil t« reix-nt that. Vll l«-t. it It is formed, anil fc'rtK whrre tile flKliting U, the old lirl|!fl-tp will lie lifur.l of.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHY HAS A PAVEMENT A KE..B? [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

WHY HAS A PAVEMENT A KE..I1? The kerb is really built as a protection to th« rest of the pavement. The flagstones are made of a soft stone 'which will stand the wearund tear of foot passengers, but is too soft to stani the weight of heavy vehicles, and so a border, or kerb, of harder stone is placed at the edge of the pavement. Then, when carts or other vehicles - ntl» against it, the edge is not broken or chipped.

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