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THE MIRROR OF LABOR. THE MOTION OF NO-CONFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915
THE MIRROR OF LABOR* ...... ? :. . ? ' l» ;! ' : . '''' '.'. (By P.L.L.) / |tHE MOTION OF. NO-CONFIDENCE. ' ? A statement made twelve months ago Jlhat .the N.S.W. Labor' Council wo%ld be ? evenly divided on a vote of no-confldence in the Holman Government would have .been received with derision. On Thursday -flight last 70 delcffates on the Council de cided to give Mr. Holman one more chance, '?whilst 69 considered he bad had ? quite enough. Mr. Holman will now go down to 'the Council at an early date and' explain how the Government will make up for lost time in the last twelve months of Its ex - ? The question at issue is the failure of the ' '..'.. Sovernment in the matter of industrial . legislation. Mr. Holman would not Have ,'. roused the resentment of trade unionists ' It he had not been bo liberal with his t promises. He would have been in a far better position with the Union movement . U he had not, at various times, told the - Council delegates, not only at the Council - me...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915
'FACTS AWE CMIELS THAT Maril^icturea^NnL.^ / ; * Exclusively in f s^fv ??? - ' Holland jt\ i I tip Fofp rioiTill'' I Purchasers SKoiild ' look/br the; name, -... ' i Which is on ev^ry / Label- and Bottle* One drop ? of the pure Spirit of Truth is. worth gallons of slan der. Wolfe's Schnapps is and always has been made exclusively in Holland, from the best selected barley. 'Wolfe's Schnapps is and always has been owned by an American Company* , by whom the whole of the profits are held. The original pro prietor was born in Richmond, Virginia, U.S.A., , about a century ago. Wolfe's Schnapps is and always has been sold in Australia by a British-Austra- lian firm. Every case of Wolfe's Schnapps exported to Aus tralia from Hoi-' ?r\ land is ; accom-^ panied by the /certificate of^a British Consul, testifying to the fact that the goods are not of enemy origin. Wolfe's Schnapps is the real old Dutch. OBTAINABLE FROM ALL REPUTABLE HOTELS AND SPIRIT;' VENDORS. ';-\ . . - _ the ; ?'?- ??? ;-:...
HUN SPY SYSTEM. THE COMMERCIAL ASPECT. AN ELABORATE ORGANISATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915
HUN SPY SYSTEM.' THE COMMERCIAL ASPECT. AN EI.ABOEATE ORGANISATION. (Special to 'The Mirror.') In previous articles in this series (written by officers in tho British service) reference has been made to tho assistance given to the German secret service organisation by com mercial houses— indeed, German firms wero deliberately and systematically used for ?this purpose. Apparently, .innocent com^ mercial houses would often .conceal most dangerous spies. In the present article a description is given of tho elaborate methoda adopted for both defence and commercial purposes to spy oui me iana 'in ttrmsn possessions through the medium of commerce. Prior to the outbreak of war, tho careful ob server ? would ? have noticed that (lulto a large' number of German clerks were .making their way Into tho commercial life of Australian business houses. In England the .matter was carried out on -a more glgantio Bcalc, It being quite a common every-day. pecurrenco to see . large numbers of German cle...
IN THE GRIP OF THE HUNS H. R. MERTON AND CO, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915
IN THE GRIP OF THE HUNS, (Special to 'The- Mirror.') ' i H. R. MERTON AND CO, LTD. Some account of the constitution of the fdmou3 firm of iHenry B. Merton and Co., Ltd., agents of the German Metal Combine, who have been speci ally associated with the British Government in tho purchase of metals, will be of interest ? The directors are S. Baer, H. Gardner, O. Lan?s;i bach, E. R. Merton, Z. Merton, and M. Wilson. Alfred Merton and Richard Merton, of Frankfort- . on-the-Muln, recently vacated their scats. Of thft 70.000 nrdlnnrir Khnv-aR nf £1fl «nph. 9. FiAfc were, according to last ' return, held by* S. Bacr, ' 2,167 by E. R. Merton, 7,978 by Z. Merton, Il,fc75 by ' tlio Metalgeselischuft, of Frankfort, -1,140 by - Mrs. H. Merton, 1,240 by the Merton Metallurgical ' ' ' Co., Ltd., 18,600 by tho Metallbank,' 11,876 by tlio Schwelzische Gesellachaft fur Metallwerke, and 1,250 by Heinrlch Schwarz. -? ???; The Metallgcsellschaft comprises' the following units: — (1) Tho American Metal Co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915
I FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH Owing to. the rapid- increase in the circulation of 'The Mirror,' we have : ?'?? . ' moved to larger premises. , KDITOBIAL DEPARTMENT-: ST. ANDREW'S PLACE,, SYDNEY. ? Thorie.: City 4457. ' '_. ' -: ^PUSHING: 4HZ SENT STREET, SYDNEY. ? SPhone: City 2526. - . . . v . . - -: IN ©RDER TO COPB WITH THE INCREASED DKMANO 'THE RHRBOS' WILL IN FUTUBE BK ON SALE ON SATltfiDAV AS WELL AS ON SUNDAY AND EVEE.Y OTHER DAY OF THE WEEK.
DEFENCE MUDDLE. HAS PEARCE FAILED? LABOR GROWING RESTLESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915
DEFENCE MUDDLE. HAS PEABCB FAILED? i^ABOR GROWING RESTLESS. - (Special to 'Tho Mirror.') It Is tlme^the Federal Labor Party, awakened to realise what tho Defence Department is doing for the Labor movement of the Commonwealth. Slowly, but surely, tho men' responsible for the administration of this department, tho most im portant of all at the present time, are strangling; the high hopes of those who built the Party,. and upon whom tho future success of the Party de pends. N The Labor Government was sent into office and power because the workers ot the Commonwealth felt it better to have Australia governed by an administration -whoso first concern would bo the welfare not of the business interests, but the wage-earners' interests, in tho days of misery, pri vation, and sacrifice, which the war was bound to inflict on the people of this, as well as of every other, country, . '*',.. The cloction was won because organised Labor convinced the electors that tho best man to place in charge ...
Australia Making Bullets for Australian Hearts. AFTER THE WAR. HUNS AND COMMERCE. AUSTRALIA'S DUTY. SOME PLAIN TRUTHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915
? ?? ' . ? ? '''?. -A ttstraligi- ? ? : MaM^g .Bttllfet& for Atastralia'Sk Hearfe. - r AFTER THE WAR.; HUNS AND COMMERCE* AUSTRALIA'S' DUT1T. SOME PLAIN TRUTHS. .; -'?Bpecial to 'The -Mirror.') ?.,. Mr.O. 0. Beale, who returned to Australia redently after an extended tour of Europe, has cbrnc back full of determination to exert every ounce / of influence that ho possesses to combat 'German trade in Australia, and the expressed intention of many prominent business men to resume trade with. Germany after peace has been declared. -???»??. Chatting with a representative of 'The Mlrtor,' Mr. Beale said that all talk about resuming- trado witn ucrmany as cany as possible because we want to Rend our wool and other- products to that conn try Is unsound in Its premises and unpatriotic, If not traitorous,- In essence. 'It Is not true,' said Mr. Beale, ' that wo must make exchanges with . any country in order that that country should pur chase goods from. us. 'We have soeft that the Ge...
ON THE HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915
ON THE HAEBOB. The sailing men started their season rather early this year, and have found the wind variable A little later on, when ' J tho nor'-castcrs have settled Into their ' ' stride, as It were, tho racing will bo much more interesting and enjoyable. In the' lost event — Sydney Club's 18ft handicap' — none of the .scratch boats secured a place, the event going to Advance. Gold- - Ing Is, so far, the only boat to win prlzo money at every utart She finished third In the last' event. . '
AMATEUR CYCLING ROAD SEASON CLOSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915
AMATEUR CYCLING ROAD SEASON CLOSES. Tbero will he no more open compctU tions under the auspices of tho New ' ? South Wales Cyclists' Union until after ' the war. The last event decided was tho ' pacers' 8 mile , road-race over the . Homo-' *~ bush course, when H. G. Hare, of tho ?. City Club,' gathered tho'hohtfrs. .' ' ' . . . ? ? i ? ? The '. Victorian amateur cycling rnad^ *t racing season ended simultaneously with that In- New' South Wales, when the 25 jnlles senior and 10 'miles .junior cham pionships were decided, the former belnc Won by. J. P. O'FarreM In lhr. a4mln.'4S sec. and the latter by W.' Whitllcy In 29mln. 31 sec. v
THE STRONG MAN OF GREECE. A PERSONAL SKETCH OF H. VENIZELOS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915
THE STRONG MAN OF GREECE. A PERSONAL SKETCH OF H. VENIZELOS. By Bertha Slieliey (Mr», Norman Slielloy), author of ' Enderby.' ' ' VHB RECENT HAPPENING B IN GREECE, WHICH HAVE I^ED .!? '.'?'?? : TO 'fHE UNFORTUNATE RISSrONATION OK THE PIIEMIER, M'. '?? . . ? VENI&BLOB, OWING TO HIS POLICY BEING IN OPPOSITION TO . . 'TJ5HS WISHES OP KINO CONSTANTINE, HAVE ONCE MORE ' '. . ?-'??'?:\- DIRECTED THE EYES OF THE WORLD- TO THAT COUNTRY. ...- THE FOLLOWING PERSONAL SKETCH OF M. VENIZELOS, FROM ????????': -.IHBPEN OP MRS. -NOR WAN SHELLEY, WHO MET THE! GREEK ?' PREMIER DURING A RECENT VISIT TO ATHENS, IS OF PAR '; TICULAK INTEREST AT THIS JUNCTURE. , :r&% ?'', ' ? — -.??' ' ? : ? '.-' '.-''' ' .'-'??''-; 'Some ' InhlilentH in one's life stand .--'/but 'like* 'landmarks. Amone such ln ' cldentit I count my first Introduction r^to 'Monsieur .Vrnlzclos. It -was a few . / ''..weeks, after ''my arrival In Qroeo*; nn4 -' 1 waa'retuiTiliiB to my house' on foot ifrbm'tlie' Cafe Doree,...
Australians Teach the Turks the Joys of Surf Bathing. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915
Attetr&U&iia ' Teach tfoe Ttwrk^ tH-e- -'.'^jpytt ^Qf:-::;,Surf-'fPMkifkS«-.':;' Turkish prisoners at tho Dardanelles are taken in batches for-adaily dip in the blue' waters which wash i the shores of the peninsula. ' .The Turk* at first objected » . '...-.-.????'.??:?''. to this compulsory wash, which was' insistecT upon for hygienic .reasons. -They soon became accustomed to it, however, and from the smiling faces in ;lhe picture have ? - . :?- -? .. ?_;;. evidently been taught to regard it 'as a pleasure instead'of'a hardship. - ?'?'.- ?' : . .''.'? . ?'??'.-..''. ;'v