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NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES. Forthcoming releases include The Mother Instinct, at the Crystal Palace (commencing Monday) ; Borrowed Plumage and the Little Duchess, at the Lyceum (commencing Satur day) ; and The Jaguar's Claws and The Primrose Path, at the Globe and Majestic (commencing Monday). Charles Ray and Sylvia Bremer in the Triangle drama, Sudden Jim, will be seen for three nights at the King's Cross Theatre, Dar linghurst, commencing Thursday evening next. Monday's star will be The Winning of Sally Temple, which ushers Fannie Ward on to the screen as the famous Sally of Pump Lane. The Scarlet Runner serial will also entertain on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Playing his last stand, a man finds that love is far above all things pertaining to riches in Time Locks and Diamonds, a photo-revelation of thrills that emanates from the Triangle studios with William Desmond as the lead. Capable support will be accorded this drama, which is to be screened on Monday evening at West's Olympia...

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

? ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. Argument (Tannvoiihi: Oiinhtnn Uii)i- Innl. the iurt nf l.miKliiiiK Mn*li in tin' Iron «'Uw, suppoitid h SheMun l.i'\vi- iiiul l'curl White. '

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

When he iS^'JwR&bk writes nuiXits ? ? -r M^^F^:i^^m^\ fl The world is brighter, -ffl$$!!ffl W^M^W^0K Jfl A^Mn h' minlPkhid ^S^^^C^^ |O smiling faces are pictured «^£^-.. ^^'*'^fl *?*? ''''?J*\ if 8 as ^ie wr'*eSi Oppor- ^**Nv-'^^r - v '/ Ti t^'f £ Igi tunities for writing at the \^*^f fpfl front are fleeting. Many are lost for want -sS^'^P mar ] c i Ti~:lseS\ m H or an ever-ready pen. bo a happy sug- Jf. //?/?*? Mv']a gestion is, send him a ' Swan' Fountpen. y ' WmM best stands the racket of Active Service. Simple A^i i» rajjig and quick to use. No mechanism to wear or get wxjffl out of order. Can be'loaded' with 'Swan' Ink gt^f^^^k. fflrffl Tablets and water when fluid ink is unobtainable. j^^^^^^^\ form Standard Pattern from 12/6 up. Cllifi^SiP^ ' Ja' H§|,ii|S Illustrate Catalogue free on request. C'['fc *^^':*&fo& J''\^ Vi . MABIE, .TODD.& Co., Ltd., l&*\Tr&/^'\ pi 79 & 80, High Holborn, London, Eng. /^S^/l^'-/ » HUllwfll Ma...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABOUT PEOPLE Going Strong at Ninety. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

ABOUT PEOPLE GuittK Blrontj at Ninety. Mr. Wooif Lnzarus, now of Gilbert-street, Adelaide, is hii outstandinc perBonality in the lines of the men who have done Australia good service. Born in Poland in 1827, he experienced some of the horrors of the revolt ayainut Rus sia, and at 15 years, was measured for his uniform as one of the revolutionaries. He was smueeled out of the most distressed countrv and taken through Germany to London, where he remained three years. After a visit to the United' States, he returned to London, and there married the sister of Mr. Maurice Alexander (M.L.A. for Goulburn, 1861-C9). One of the Pioneers. In 1853 he. sailed for Australia, stayed for a time in Victoria, and then promoted himself to N.S.W., starting in business in Yass. He was through the thrilling times of Latnhiniv Flat and the Lachlan diggings. On one- of his trips from the diggings the coach in which he was a passenger was stuck up by bushrangers — one of whom was shot in the knee and captu...

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

OLD COINS AND BOOKS The following are further letters from Mirror readers: — Collector (Geurie) : — 'My collection com prises over one hundred coins of various na tions, the more important are as follows: Queen Anne fourpenny piece, dated 1710, well preserved; Spanish Coin, size of current six nffnep. Hntpri 1752' rnnnnf. lr\li#=.n Aa*-rt 1 7Qn and bearing the date, November 24, wherein the then Prince of Wales (afterwards George IV.) was marie G.M. (presumably a Masonic installation); silver coin, size of half-crown, dated 1830, being represented by Bolivar, first President of Bolivian Republic. I also have farthings, half-penny and penny pieces, all lnrper than ordinary rriinq nf fi^nnr/% TTT dated 1797 and 1806; George IV. and Queen Victoria, 1826 to 1853; copper coin, size of threepence, having Coat of Arms Guernsey un derneath on obverse side, and marked one double, dated 1830 on reverse side.' Goulburn: — 'I have a large collection both of silver and copper coins, among which ...

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

QUESTIONS ANSWERED ^ ? MEDICAL XYZ (hUrrielivllhO: No. MA'J'Klt (Seviiioui', Vic): l'roin seven t« dn yenrp. Sl:NDOWNIill (Hiithurst), V.I. A. (Alhur.v), ANXIOUS ItlCADKR (Sydney) : Replies havo be, u ported. MfPOItT (Warwick, (.).) : The tear will remain iiidclt nitcly. 2. No. It.M.D. (Willoughby) : According to your parlicitl.irs. the skin condition is indirectly of nervous origin, and the ccneral health will therefore rennirc attention, espe cially insofar as the dietary is concerned. Alcoholic Btimulnnta, an excess of incut, and all condiments must be eliminated from the food allowance, and no woollen apparel should be worn next the skin. Have a tepid foiIu or bran bath every other night before retiring, and after wards dab the following lotion over any itrituble anas: Cologne spirit loz, solution of coal tar (Wiiglit) 1J dradmi, roscwatcr to 8oz. A mixture m»1i a« the following may bn taken with water tln-ii'e daily : Bromide of soda fi grains, aromatic spirit of amniouln 10 mi...

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

MISCELLANEOUS TO CONOllKTE I»'STY BATH AND TIBS (to K.M., Darlinghursl) : Take eiiual quantities of cement and the tlnest sand obtainable, and mix welt, This wiir nut be very successful unlem it is well Howled. FIXf.'D DEI OS1TS (to ironbaiK, Sydney) : There it no definite uiaNinium or minimum for deposits, but the Hiininnmi would have to be a reat-onable amount. Hie rale of interest would bo 4J per cent, for two year-, .11 to 4 per cent, for ono year, and J per cent, for six months. ' AVHTION (to li.A.Q., Rote Hay) : The information nought cimnnt be puWisJu-d. but ..ou are advised to Rvt'iiito fomimuiication with Mr. .1. N.mgle, Su|ierm Undent or Tcdinkv.] Jiductttioii, Tt'chnical College, SKPVIIATION Al.l.OWANCK «o Oooudah) : Separation allounnees are s'-cn lo soldiers' dependents for cAhor aitivo ferviw or home dcfciue, provided lie is a pri vate. Separation allowames ttop on promotion to mm i-oiiiiuitKii'iied rank- ,„ . l.K.\UN!N» TM'INIJ AND SI1OUT1IAND (to TypcwTlter, No.lli S...

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

THE TINKER. With his bits of brass, broken glass, etc., the tinker's not in it when it comes to Sporting Re pairs. Mick Simmons are Sydney's specialists in this line. Their expert . workmen, with knowledge gained in 'all parts of the world, carry out repairs in the finest equipped factory in the Southern Hemisphere. ' -Guns, Rifles, Re volvers, Tennis Rackets, Cricket Bats, Golf Clubs, and every implement of sport is repaired with skill and care at the lowest charges by Mick Simmons, Hayrriarket, Sydney.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MIRROR OF SPORT HOUSE, FOOT, AND MARINE— Looking into Things. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

Mipiw^portI HORSE. FOOT. AND 3VIAK1NE ?By Our Com'n|-oncU-nts. Looking into Things. It will be much easier ip do so the morning after than the morning before, of course. Other wise, we should not have to go out to Kandwick with our humble five bob, hoping to come home with enough to buy the wife and kiddies a bun galow and a bangle' each. Still, the faith in us is great, as it is in most, and we are quite pre pared for the duel that commences to-day. Can Wedge Split the Log ? If the market is a true indication, the Wedge is already well set in the Epsom log, and only requires the picking up of a maul to make the splitting up of the prize-money a formal affair. However, sometimes a knot or some other ob Ftruction is encountered, and the splitting conns not so easy, after all. Still, figures and form give every indication that Wedge is justifiably a firm favorite, and unless he meets with some bad luck he should win. Novbury, Auberlc, and Ardrossan seem to be the chief bar to his suc ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLD=TIME MEMORIES MANNING RIVER PIONEERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

OLD=TIME MEMORIES MANNING KIVER PIONEERING. From a Wingham Correspondent, Cundletown, a little town on the Lower Man tling, has a history. It also has a Market Square. Close to the edge of the square is a lonely grave, which enclosed the mortal re mains of Paddy Whitelock. Paddy was one of the long-ago aboriginals, who did not place much value on human life. He and his lubra had a quarrel near where the Dawson bridge now stands. Paddy killed the gin. * A BLOOD-STAINED SAVAGE. There was, in those days, a -rule amongst the blacks that, after fracturing the laws of his tribe (and incidentally a tribal skull or two) a man could, like the Jews of old, seek sanctuary for awhile : and if he evaded the Nemesis on his track for a certain number of moons, he was considered to have absolved himself of his offence, and could in safety return to the camp circle. After presenting his gin with a single ticket, per tomahawk, to the Happy Hunting Grounds, Paddy fled to the Comboyne range, then an un...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WAYBACKS AT HOME READ THIS FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

[?] 7/1 BY hENCY rLETCHEP *vjfat^k 1IK.M) THIS rilf-T. 4)11 11 -«iuiti wjuliiim-iluy, (lintltiiil hi iif-foi Hi (o mark mi «|mli, Kiiiiili Jim*. \V»yli»iK, »U(lii|i -ui On.' «J«t! -?' li- «i.nlitiili *t. iU n«i -?! tlit luiiMln.uw lit 1»I»J!O I'hit, --*«' ill a Kviini v i*-ivtiu|*i, Ilwt hutl wlin \\M|-|*'I iikiiiimI tlic m*|i, iiu aiilvuiJM'tm'nt 4'imulriiiK l-r board hid! itfiiirnn' in lii* bmh Ut u Rf'titletiimi urn] li't two ttMM*. Kurali Jni.c wim 011 lire with 11 trtx'.it idru i't vuh; mill. In 1 MithiiMuwn |novlii|; Itilirdi'tf, i-Iu' \va« n4,jt. to i«vwu:utf Miiiiik, lhul«, xiid tlic \\li--k liniiily (li»: H« V titlKI't I' M\|l|,V tO till' JHlUTtiM'IIH'tlt, IIS It IIK'Ulll 1'ltllif -?( (.'-'-'l rO!IHIHII.V-» MilwT HJIHC I'MII'Mldil}' ilt j-yij;i.~;ii-il, iiu-iikiitjili.v. mini' «-?!«? ? (? rv.i-ly re nil. 80 nil .lll!'.\«T WSI» 'till, Mill) III till' tlilllVc *'l 'I l''u -lll,VK, .Mi. lloran- i'-iiit. Coliitilil.v. ft ? tlilnn In Ilw -lt.v. «l' 1 -11n11.mi1 il li,\ his ijiti...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

SPORTING ?& wammammmammumKmMmm ? ?? ? «sniiwiwwiiB^ REPAIRS'®^} Did it ever occur' to YOU that we &f ' _ Jfm are SPECIALISTS in ALL KINDS of MBSm Sobrtins -Repairs? '^^R^ffi^fflitj' Guns, Rifles, Revolvers, Tennis Rackets, Kwpyiam Cricket Bats- Golf Clubs' .Hockey and l^jtefliBi Lacrosse Sticks, Skates, Fishing Rods, wlSf *^SiiH f Reels ' in facl' ALL SP°rting Re(tui' %sR3SS;5| sites repaired by expert workmen in *^^^P^*hI / the finest equipped factory in the /*^S^^^i$^ I Southern Hemisphere. Wyft^S^M First-Class Workmanship. Lowest Charges 1 ^ ^Wp&iiJh* ?? :^P Illustrated Sports List Gratis, and Post Free. 1 4IJ1 head depot : haymarket' sydney 9 *°&/'' Branches : City, Suburbs, Newcastle and Brisbane.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

jSrJ^^^^. FIRST PRIZE DIAMOND TIARA Jw* MflP^Hvm*^ r- lY'u a l it ? Jiff W ^Ir tight-Hour Art Union WjJFlSff tHH 2m'' 1-ll/!Ct Vllllle ?c30°! 3rJ Plizo Vnlne £200; ainl M7 oilier valuable prizes. 'iM M MONSTER DEMONSTRATION & SPORTS, ® B Hi NEXT MONDAY (Eight-Hour Day) Mm |H AT 'rliK A-J1!1CUI.TUUAL GROUND, 1100 Mi I'AIiK, SVD.NHV. ,H|jf £J| 11KC0HL) KXTRII2S FOR ALL KVKNTK. ?j'wf Ufa SEND FOR YOUR TICKETS NOW. '|§JL BsSl ONE SIIIIjI.IKU EACH, whieli Admit* you to the S]ioit*, as wvll as .1

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY GOSSIP NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES Wagga's Grand Old Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

COUNTRY GOSSIP NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES By HAYSEED. ?Wagga's Grand Old Man. Mr. John Castle, of Wagga, has just en tered his 91st year. He is one of the oldest residents of the centre, and, as a contractor and builder, is responsible for the erection of many of the fine buildings of the town. May he live till the last has been heard of labor troubles in N.S.W.! Windsor Church Cemetery. The centenary of St. Matthew's (C. of E.), at Windsor, is to be celebrated on October 11. The foundation Btnne of the ancient edifice was laid, in 1817, by Governor Macquarie, and the building remains much as it was when erected. The structure of most of the early built places of worship in N.S.W. has been modernised, but this old place has preserved all the original features intact, Sheep King's Illness. His friends in the sheep world of the State, and those in his own country of the Riverina, and elsewhere, will hear with regret of the countinued ill-health of Mr. F. B. S. Falkiner, ? M.H.R. for The Hu...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THROUGH AUSTRALIAN WILDS XIV.==Rare Sport in the Gulf [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

THROUGH AUSTRALIAN WILDS XIV.-Rare sport in the Oiilf (Specially written for the Mirror by FRANCIS BIRTLES.)' My loaded rifle, which I have a habit of keeping within reach, I had placed on the inside bottom of my net to keep the edges down. Grasping this, I peered out around the front wheel of the car. Owing to the Blight slope of the bank some two yards away I could not see. A strong smell of 'gator' arose. Quickly I slipped back under the net. it was impossible to wait outside— mosquitoes were too vicious. Waking CHve up gently, I made the black fellow sign of alligator; I decided to let the alligator stalk us. We had come out to hunt gators,' now we had the exciting pleasure of lettine the 'gator' hunt us, incidentally we at the same time were hunting him. For what seemed to be hours we watched. CHve in the meantime had started to snore, and I lay half awake. Some mesmeric influence seemed to be about. Several times I felt my head nod, and wnh a jerk would realise the danger. The...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Through the Eyes of a Woman :: :: THE WEEK'S GOSSIP War Chest Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

Through the Eyes of a Woman :: :: -a$BMvSm&l£2M THE WEEK'S GOSSIP AVar Chest Day. These lines will appear in print on. War Chest Day, and, if the weather is propitious, c\ erythlns points to a most successful collec tion. All my friends have been busy prepar ing for their stalls and other special attractions, and there will be a great crowd of workers all over the city collecting for the Fund, which deserves so well of the patriotically-minded and generous-hearted. Cafe de Kerb. It is impossible for me to mention even a small proportion of the stalls and other special ties of which I have had glimpses, I should, however, advise my readers to visit Miss Hilda Caro's coffee stall in Martin Place, which that energetic lady, in conjunction with other A.S.C. Comforts Funds workers, has been or ganising. It is to be officially styled the Cafe de Kerb, and Mr. Soutar has drawn some amusing embellishments to stimulate patrons. ' Other Attractions. Then, the Misses Rouse and Sands, 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

Last Nine Weeks — This Competition Closes on November 30 ?™r» £25 SECOND PRIZE. £100 FIRST PRIZE. £10 THIRD PRIZE. ~ WIN ONE ? ; ? ; ? _^______ ? SECURE OF THESE 9n ,ft cK oc on Cft ONE OF FRIZES *« *?' *5 *** ^U 50. THESE for PRIZES PRIZES SPECIAL SPECIAL PRIZES PRIZES valuable you AT £1. AT 10/- LADIES' PRIZE. SOLDIERS' PRIZE. AT 5/- AT 2/6. prizes. THT M't'tUL I'JUZliS WILL BK AWAHDED TO LADIHS AND SOLDIKUS ItKcil'liCTIVEl.Y, BUT THEY WILL ALSO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THE OTHER PHIZES. SPECIAL FACILITIES WILL BE GIVEN TO S0LDIEK3 ? AND HEADERS UVDfQ IN REMOTE DISTRICTS. EXAMPLES OF BULLETS HOW TO MAKE BULLETS It is Quite Easy if you Read this Carefully First choose any of the 20 examples given in the next column (for instance, FirSt . Anzat; Division). Then select a phrase of TWO, THREE or FOUR words having some bearing on the example (for instance, Sadly needs Rest). Any ONE OF TUB WORDS in the phrase selected must BEGIN with ANY LET TER used in the example. The other words in the phras...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR BUSY FINGERS A HAND-BLOTTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

FOR BUSY FINGERS A HAND-BLOTTER. This useful Matter would ninkc « suitable ChiUlinaB present for your ofllce friend. The blotter In the sketch whs made for one penny, and is just as useful us those K-M for one shilling or more. To make it. you must buy a penny Rtocklng-'Jurner frijiu the penny stall. The darner will have a round liwid, with u diameter of three inches. Now take a ploro of white blott ins-paper and fold It up into tour nr live thicknesses. The size must no four Inches squa;e. Cut the 6f|iiareB out, then lay them evenly on tcp of one .'mother. Now take Ibis square pad of 'jlotling piipcr and lay it over the bead of the darner, bringing Iho four corners of the paper underneath the diirner, a3 in the second nkctch. Tnke four strong drawing-pins, and with these fiis-loi down each miner of (he pad to the nnder-part of tins (he pad firmly on to the darner; pros* the pins well in to the end. When one piece of lilottlng-paper {jots soiled, it can simply bo torn away; the nthe...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN'S WORK FOR THE RETURNED SOLDIERS FIFTH HOME IN GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

WOMEN'S WORK FOR THE RETURNED SOLDIERS FIFTH HOME IN GUiLDFOUD. BY JEAN NEWTH. Once more the inhabitants of Guildford art , to the fore in proving their determination t» provides homes for returned men. Recently the fifth cottage was officially handed over by the recruiting officer for the Ncpean, Lieuten ? lit i llUllldUil, IU riiyHlG AVtUS, The land was donated by Mr. H. A. Veron. The cottage has three rooms and kitchen, fibrous ceilings, and nicely-painted walls, with picture mouldings. Outside the front ia finished in rough cast plaster. Roman! is the name lettered on the front wall. There is a verandah at the back, and gas and water are laid on with a fuel stove as well. AT FRENCH'S FOREST. Many women with men workers working under the speeding-up system set over ono hundredweight of potatoes and fruit trees on the Press and Taxation cottage, the future tenant adding to enthusiasm by working with them. The pretty Willoughby cottage has, too, a prospective tenant who. after insp...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUTUAL HELP BUREAU [Requests for information should be addressed Aunt Betty, Mirror, Sydney.] [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917

MUTUAL HELP BUREAU [Requests for information should be ad dressed Aunt Betty, Mirror, Sydney.] TO CLEAN BAMBOO Fl'HN'ITl'RE : Ute a brush dippcl ill warm water and salt. The snlt prevents tha bamboo chunging color. l'KTJC (Brisbane): To revive cut flowers. After packing, plungra the stems into boiling water. Hy the tuna the water Is c,old the flowers will have revived. Cut the ends and put in fresh cold water. TO WASH HAlll IJHUSllliO Ai-u i_i/aiua ; iuv u iru epoonful of ammonia in a quart of hot water, wash your brushes and combs in this, when all the ffreapt and dirt will disappear. Hinse, shalte, and dry in the Klin. * KSMIC : F.nlargcd pores arn very difficult to treat. There is no way except to cleanse them and to feed (he porca wjtli skin. food. Keep the face very clean with u soft complexion-brush anpl BOod soap. After wards wash oft' with clean water.' Also bathe the faro after washing with warm water in which there it enough benzoin to make the water milky. The curt will b...

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