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ABOUT BLOTTING-PAPER [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

ABOUT BLOTTING-PAPER BlottltiB-paper was discovered by accident. Some paper-makers forgot the 'ri«' for glazing the paper, and, thinking that the paper wj» npoilt, used It to wipe up some ink which ha.j been split. As it so readily absorbed moisture, the Idea was used in the manufacture of thii kind of paper for drying what has been written In ink.

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

COMMENCING THE PLAYHOUSE Saturday, Sept. 29 SYDNEY JAMES Presents THE NEW SIN By B. MACDONALD HASTINGS. PRICES : 4/-, 3/-, 2/-, 1A' BOX PLAN AT PALING'S. HERBERT LEIGH . FRANK HAWTHORNE CLIVE FARNHAM ? H It ROBERTS CLAUD TURTON DAVID DRAYTON ' ' FREDERICK WARD. TIVOLI, Nightly at 8, Matinee Saturday 2.30. UAItltY ?MCKAltDS* TIVOLI TJIKATKES, LTD. liovrrninir Dlrcc-tor ? IlL-fill D. MclXTOSII. Holiday Matinee, Monday, 2.!-0. THE BEST VAUDEVILLE SYDNEY HAS KNOWN. ? WITH THE K U 1 H OU DO W1T' TIIR SMiLie. ? a.\.\s a. a.* u\jjl*m^ ? smile, CAMILLE TRIO, THE SHELDONS, Scnsallonal Comedy Acroints. Acrobatic Comedians, MARTIN & BOGGS, EDNA FOSTER & CO., Smart, FasliionnWc Dnnccrs. In a Snappy Interlude. MISS AMY MURPHY, CREOLE FASHION PLATE, JOE REED, . Sours at Piano. Sons Delineator. . , The Street Musician, PRIVATE BOBBY PEARCE, ? THURBER and THURBER,

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

THEATRE ROYAL. VOn A FAUKWELL SUASnx OF TWO WEEKS, .SYDNEY JAMES and JACK WALLKR present 'LOOK WHO'S HERE' IX A CiHAiND VAMiWKMj l'HOCillAMME. BOX PLAN AT PALINU'S. . Special lluliday Matinee on MONDAY. Matinees. WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS. «»um.C8, PALACE THEATRE. COMMENCING SATURDAY NEXT. llclinn of .1. ;ind N, TAIT'S POPL-J,AK NEW MUSICAL COMEDY CO., Including I1AHRY UJl'INO.' THE WHITE CHRYSANTHEMUM. ?A Musical ExlriivngfliiKu from Old Japan. ' Plans at, Nicholson's. ?' 'T^LOLVriOX, Oratory, Dramatic Art, Picture Actliip*, ?Li Mu-leal MonoloRiies, Klucution of Song, Scenario Writing for Picture 1'lays, Pulillo Speaking. Stuttering and Stammering Cured. MR,. WALTHCR BENTLEY utters a thorough training in any of these suiijeetg. Among Mr. Ilcntlcy's many successful pupils are SHsso3 Dorotliy QuminiiiR, Eileen ItobiiiFon, Sylvia Brcmcr, Eetlicr Mitchell, JCane.ve Stewart, and a linst of others! Call at the Studio, J'ENZANCE CHAMBERS, 20 ELIZA. UKTU STUEET (near Iluutcr-slrcet).

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO A MOUNTAI[?]. Henry Kendall. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

TO A MOUNTAIH. Henry Kendall. .... In thy voiie «! deiilhles. iii:ije-ty, 1, kne.-linir, Innr Cmi'i y.nnnl nuiiieniie gospel. , Yciir I'.v .vriir il'e (treni vnhliine eiiin.il:i ol thy -to-m sinUos ihripnu-h my .plnt-lllls it wiili'ii ' life . f »-t iii-t Ii njr iVunly i Thr.n .my Itihle an, with linl.v leave* ,,f |.,,,1; n.,,1 \\, w,-p and trio.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIA TO ENGLAND John Farrell. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

AUSTRALIA TO ENGLAND .John Farre'.l. 1!.- iimn.v n kittle fouxhl f..r wn.ir:. I.e mrtnr a rVutV I'oiiBht lor ii,dit, nil nun's -iyl;!— ' '' ' ' '' A viih-e IVr wlie!t the Kin...s l,.,ve e.ir- . a 'mo i'« '?lMUil-,1 Mate- ? ,,.,-,; * mind to im,::i,| i! ,. ,;:i,i .»..,,., =iti.l mini the lU-iiny o| nian. ^

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HIS DESIRE. Daniel Henry Denich[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

HIS DESIRE. Daniel Henr.' Dcnichv. A entire -in.,:l hi mine. with pore!i Kim ii ;-1 hid with ivy ^:een. And lj|i«lit.-i.i»if (lower- wil'i ,!e\\. tilled l.e!\«, 'Mill olil lifcnn unities «et ii. A nil i. lie In wnil .ii -h\\[ ol eve, \\ iih i'vis ,i., iKiiitiiiin i-leiir, And l-:;ii'itr i| luiir inn! -implo ,;:i--., .\l.v ln.iiiiui!!,! ?lep lo henr.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THORA'S SONG. A. L. Cordon. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

THORA'S SONG. A, L. Gordon. My l:e;!i-l is !-e;ivy ;i'M wenr.v willi the v.iluht if a v.i'iin MMll; The iniilt!:iv fl.ire -;i'w-- dieiiry, and drum lhe midinVhr. send!. The eiTii-liillis -i:.ii for the .sirl.V, 'iii-iii!! ill,. 1 .n! of their truhh'ii uniiir. 1 mk!i _!ui- ii iiiiile more (!,?!-!, — lliini tonie-1 nut hutis Uer-li'-

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FORGOTTEN GEMS FROM AUSTRALIAN CLASSICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

FORGOTTEN GEMS FKOM AUSTRALIAN CLASSICS. The prize verse, for which an author is to be found, this week, is less familiar, perhaps than have been some of thoiie chosen for the purposes of this competition. The prize of 2 6 will be forwarded to the writer of the first, letter opened in which lhe name of the poet is &iven : Tlic words we ]ii-ar nun n-\ .ilni iui:i,--- or n-.ir ,i ulc'tv Slate. Tlif words we rend ma.v I,.. ;i -|.i|-;t i:.il .it-- I. e.\. ull.rJ liny Kc-lily one, A- Illllell II- tin- eell~li.ll .-nil Ir.iti-ulnl, ,l 1.. -irJi.-. , huiJl to ilmiw A liylu tipim some iii:ce-.-!ii.\v, ?Lnst week's Forgotten Gem \va:; from Wil fred, by John Le Gay Brereton. The v/innei cf the 2, 6 prize is Ronald V, Coghlan (Trinity Grammar School, Dulwich Hill), Correct solu ticnb were Bent by F. A. Scott (MarrickvLle), Our other selections this week are :—

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOVE AND WINE. William Forster. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

LOVE AND WINE. ' William Forster. If love lir the lit ait '~ ciichner. '[\.- \,l:ie ilni oM-.m the head; linl wliieli hits the ilne.-l Havi.r, ::tul uhiih i- t'.O i-oonest shell V V.'ine \v:i:;e« in power in thill ilo-i.jitu hour wi.i-n the Klur.v ol love U ilrml.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE LIMELIGHT LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. The New Shows. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

^~1NTI1E-— : LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. The New Shows. With four new shows commencing this Satur day, the Sydney public will have difficulty in (electing their entertainment for race week. Pride of place will, no doubt, be given to Mr. Cyril Maude's performance of General John Regan, which will be preceded by the -screen Jcene from The School for Scandal. Theatre goers will also be anxious to sec The White f. nruca «4i*«»M-i11 t*s 4- Vim mil t?i nni ont^aritf «itV-« s*Vt will be staged by Messrs. J. and N. Talt at the palace Theatre ; and The Great Sin, which is lo be Mr. Sydney James' first piece at the Play house (the transformed Little Theatre). Rob bery Under Arms is to be put on at Wirths' Hippodrome, and the Look Who's Here Com pany will be transferred from the Palace to the Theatre Royal ; whilst Miss Evelyn Scotney and Mr. Howard White commence their concert season at the Town Hall. All this is in addi tion to You're in Love, the successful musical - comedy at Her ...

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

aP'^NG IN JOINT RECITALS ?? '. AT THE TOWN HALL, S7DNEY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 0f MADAME EVELYN SCOTNEY AND MR, HOWARD WHITE , ? ? f One of the rarest treats in vocal melody ever offered to the music-loving populace of Sydney will be afforded by the approaching joint recitals, to be given in the Town Hall by Madame Evelyn Scotney and Mr. Howard White. Madame Scotney, a native of Ballarat, in a protege of Madame Melba, with whom she ranks as one of -the world's most gifted singers. In the United States, and also Canada, Newfoundland, and latterly in her homeland Madame Scotney has sung from one triumph to another, critics everywhere comparing her glorious singing to that of Melba and Tetrazzini. . When she sang in Boston, U.S.A., the American said : — ' Evelyn Scotney broke Into the ranks of stars of grand opera by an extraordinary performance of Lucia at the Opera House last night. There was a large audience, which display...

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

THE PLAYHOUSE ? A VARIED HISTORY. .Under the title of The Playhouse, the old Standard Theatre in Castlereagh-street, after wards known as the Little Theatre, has been taken over by Mr. Sydney James. ' . 'The little building ' has ' had an interesting career. It was originally opened on May 8, 1886, under- the lesseeship of Mr. Frank Smith and' ttift mannpi*mwi* nf Tdl-r AKrnd Hamnipr. who produced a dramatised version' of Marcus Clark's For the Term of His Natural Life. Lily Dampier appeared as Juliet in the following year, with Alfred Dampier as Me'rcutio, and Kathleen Russell as Ophelia. ' . .Then followed The Wreck of the Dunbar, a play written round the tragedy of . the. Gap ; The Life and Death of Captain Cook, written by John Perry in. connection with the Austra lian Centenary; Lady Isobel, in which Miss Agnes Thomas appeared ; and a series of dramas staged by Mr. George Milne and Miss Louise Jordan, From this point until 1913 there is a lengthy gap in/ the records of the thea...

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

IT'S UP TO YOU To have the sense to get your teeth at tended to; don't go about looking a sight when there is every facility to make your mouth presentable, instead of being al most a breach of the peace when you smile. Try my painless personal attention. Get some of my well-known Adamantine teeth at the same fees as before.Wonderful ambidextrous extractions. All fees for extractions taken off the price of artificial teeth. Beautiful sets from £3/3/. Painless fills from 5/. Dentist Philip Reaney Opp. GRACE BROS. 'Phone, M1410. Open Friday Nights. Sufferers 10,000 FREE TRIAL TREATMENTS All Farms of Indigestion Quickly Remedied without Dieting. Eat What You Like and When You Like 'Look at me at 70! Aboy again after using NCKITE for my Indigestion F In cases of Indigestion, Dvspepsia, Catarrh ol tlie Stomach, and otw troubles caused by Indi gestion, NUXl'lE will Bive prompt relief to the worst case. You arc not .sited to purchase this Brand remedy until you hav« actually proved in your...

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

CommonwealtB^lanlfHiitmlia ~ ? IIKAD OFFICE ^'iMP*^ 8VDNKV. fS?8«u General Banking: Business pfPnoSpM I Cltlm and Towm of Australia, London, Tlclworlli (Bullibury Plain), and Rabaut. Cable rrmUUncfti muds to. and drafts drawn on foreign pUcM direct. foitlgri I bills nrcotlatft «nd wllfoted. Ltltrrn of credit Jwuwl to «tiy port ot Mi* world. | Biukinc suit BxCliince DuBlncia of every dcirri|itlon transacted wllliln the Comiiion wtsllli, Uullrd Klncdom snd sbroid. Current ircounls openrd. Inttre t piid on fticd drpoilti. Advance* nude agalntt approrrd wcurltiia. I Savings Bank , Department m i Minimum At all Brunchoo, and ovor lE.VUJSfnuSJ 3% 1/- Dopoalt 96OO Aeoncloo at Poat Offlcet P°r Q'g»mn ' *? iOUW In Australia and Papua, up to £300 ; INTERSTATE and IHTIMNATIONAL Bsylngs Bank Faculties. j JAMES MU.. PtpotT tlo'itnr, ? /-.«, 1HI ? DBN1B0N HH.LHB, «»nmr i ' ^sflBW(IWMJ!BMHIHBS|fffWI-BflIPlK'tT)PHBWOT For War Purposes only. i A DEPOSIT OF M 17 6 will purchase a Certificate for £1 H...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR CHEST CLUB CHEAPEST DINNER IN LONDON A MODEL OF GOOD MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

WAR CHEST CLUB CHEAPEST DINNER IN LONDON A MODEL OF GOOD MANAGEMENT. (From Our London Correspondent.) I venture to austrt that the cheapest dinner to be secured in London at the present time is that served up by the War Chest Club in Horseferry-road. I have just had the privilege of dining there, and here is the menu that was served up to me:— Thick soup ; beef (English), roast potatoes and peas, with three slices of bread ; and Anzac pie — a. kind of compo of fruit with crust resembling shortbread. Then there was a cup of coffee, and the meal was being demolished to the accompaniment of strains from a string band. All this — the food, drink, music, and the at tendance of a charming waitress — cost me one shilling ! I venture to assert that nowhere in London or in the provinces can so satisfying and well-cooked a meal be obtained. In pre war days it would have been difficult to find, and nowadays no restaurant can place such a menu before their patrons at a cost of less than three s...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
At the Movies A Cure for the Blues. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

At the Movies A Cure for the Blues. Once upon a time a psychological explorer discovered the tired business man, and doped out a cure for his pernicious malady. The tired business man was restored to his normal walccfulness, and the -inventor of the process was made rich in worldly goods. The cure is Knn1r*n nf se +Viji T?nlt«jaci /»ftr-rl,,«4 »A litr X^ir Ziegfeld at a New York roof garden. While the curative powers of this wonderful panacea were marvellous, their scope was restricted to the capacity of one theatre. They didn't cover enough territory, as it were, and consequently there were tired business men in other cities than New York, who did not have access to this wonderful pep restorer. Subnormal Beings. And, besides, there were tired teamsters and wearied agriculturists and exhausted chauffeurs, and hosts of other subnormal beings to whom ? this form of optical treatment was -inaccessible. Then Triangle evolved the Screen Follies, and solved the problem. Placing Olive Thom...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOT A BIT NOURISHING [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

NOT A BIT NOURISHING (From the New York Evening Telegram^

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

BOMBING HUNS FROM AN AIRSHIP A photograph taken in m id-air, showing a British airman in the act ol dropping a bomb over the enemy lines. — (Central News.) The Peril to be Dealt With— The German Spy System in America. (From the Philadelphia Record.)

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

THE CHEER OH GIRLS KJ /

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

Jfhxb EnlK] 3y JOHN DRAYTON. Late cable in a contemporary: 'German ad vices state that 30 Swiss submarines were sunk or captured in August.' Then Switzerland HAS come into the frayl ? ? ? That it might conclude business on Friday, to permit of the adjournment to November, the House of Representatives sat four days in suc cession. This is setting a pace that kills. Four days' work on end ! ? * * In a late deliverance Korniloff said he would prefer death to removal from his command. At latest it is on the cards he will get both. ♦ ? ? Cabled that the Pope is hopeful that the war will be ended in the New Year's Spring. It may be, if the Huns arc then well and truly in the New Year's soup. * * * A correspondent asks: ''Is the world coming to an end ?' It can't; it's round, and there is no end to that which is circular — even if it is a little flattened at the Poles. Mr. L. M. Isitt, a member of the Legisla ture of New Zealand, is to be thanked for a word coinage wtuch will be useful. He...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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