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HOME DRESSMAKING A SIMPLE SCHOOL FROCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917
HOME DRESSMAKING A SIMPLE SCHOOL FROCK. The pattern chosen for this week is a prac tical and easily made school (rock for a girl about eleven years old. Carried out in check, plain or spot linen, zephyr, gingham or cam bric, this little (rock would look smart and fill the requirements (or every-day wear. The Bduare neck, which is outlined with em broidery in the illustration, is newer than the usual V-shaped neck and is becoming and cool to wear. (!) ftttcrn Jh cut (2) In thrw iiIcuw-sIctvc. front, ami luii-It. The pattern of the t-Utit. w not included, mil H w risupl.v two wldllm of the inaliriHl. cut. from selvedge to -o Milvedgr, c«uli width to Imj 'M Inch™ x 1U inches deep, with a few IneheH allowed fur the hem. MKT1I0D OK CK'ITIM!.— Cut tuu tinel; without « Join liy placing thu straight pli-cc to a »foUI, mid thn front in thu rump way, imlcsi you prefer the frock to open down the centri! front. WCTHOD OV MAKING.— Join the widths fur tlic i-itht together to form n round. Hem tli...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO LADIES SUPERFLUOUS HAIRS I «Mi tn cmphaiita on tin' moderation '1 my I'1'. Tin phenomenal KtucchH ol ni.v (iiartlie sun units mudcruta chained, «!??« the dlilrc'linf rrmllH I htm dally fiuin luitlftit* wlio _ Amtattl - have Uin pa-inir, c£ r^^^N; Vy '-'' 'Itllo adwin. ^ - '/s ? V -&- -'t-'e lo theiuvi'lvw, I i 7j- cxoibiunt Ins for J \f m. »»? V lilet'trol.\si» vnrk ^K^. «?» Juand!? Im''t hnvi' a 11io''ltfl1 1$H\^im^7 SaW histology of tha r^ ^Vr^r ^\. fkiii. Kui-li hair -. \\ // \ , lakini; to many Gi Jk v modern npii|imcnt ; f\ ^f «. aho a local anac*« v- ^O thetic, preventing »? iiain and starring,. My MitcmrVe medical experience extended lu every, patient. C'leanlinc'P. Privacy, and livery Antiseptic measure, guaranteed. 200 St'PKUFMJOI.'S II AIRS. £1/1/. fluarsntecd permanently removed liy Scientific Kkctro-. lysiB. The only euro known, Rctogninvd. and practjhed.' by Medical Scicnco. ._» FACE MASSAGE' MODERN METHODS. ' . ., AVr.'i.kUe, f.-SRinj;-, One...
DRAUGHTS. PROBLEM No. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917
DRAUGHTS. PROBLEM K-o. 14. V.y C. F. UnrUer. Hluck : Mini, 5; Ks., 12, 18, 31. While : Men, 10. 34, 21. 30; K., S. White lo play and win. Solution of No. 12 (.lone.-) : Black. 1, (I, 17 K. 20; While, U. fl. Kb. 11. U-. White to play and win thus : 14-10, 17-22, 15-18, 18-25, 20-22. n-2fi. White wins. Solved by : Pintf-Poujr, nch'norc. and .7. A. lie Orr, Pet en-ham. Kurthcr holution uf No. Jl from : Dins Donor. Broken Hill; and .1. A. Do Urr, Petersham; of No. 1(1, from A.E.B., Nainbucea Hlver. Oanies iiloycd between \V. Voal, the Southampton I'iivjil ofllccr, and n friend : SinKlc Corner (Veal's inove'l. 1MB 0-18 19-15 11-in 3105 10-10 2208 23-14 24-10 ]|)O,-- 0-0 11-0 1C-22 4-8 11-18 700 15-0 5-0 2flO8 32-JO 28-24 34-7 2-» fi-2 8-11 0-0 8-11 3-3!) 17O3(a) 10-23 20-25 20-23 24-10 20-23 9-14 27-18 10-15 H-18 1-0- lfl-20 13-0 14 23 18-14 23-14 30-20 Drawn, (i.) 27-24 here wins for White. — W. Veal. Double Corner (Friend's move). 0-14 25-22 801 25-22 1IO8 14-7 ' 2207 31-10 22-18 8-11 ...
CHESS & DRAUGHTS PROBLEM No. 14. Black (4 pieces). [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917
CHESS & DRAUGHTS PROBLEM No. H. ni»eU « pit'CO'). White (7 piN'i.'s). (4IM, 0HI, S, 31'llipl. lnrilt, P, SI'JKSu, 3QJ.) White to play and m.itc In two move;. f-oliitinn of Xo. 32 (Miitthew«).— HQJ, G()2, 1|i21;3. W-2, SI'1N3, IKJhU, 8, 3114.— Mato in two. Key : Il-K tt]. (Alfo solved by 1, Kt-Kt 51. Kolved by : II. C. (Jnodwln R.vde (l;cv fotccful, but pfler play Rood); II. W. Hill, Melbourne; H. .lenkius, Tciniic tbotli licy«); and 0, -l, Weir, AKhlleld. Further solutions of No. 11 from : D.C.'.M,, lliindn berg, q. (a beamy) j II. \V. Hill, Melbourne ; of No. t), from 1). Criililh, ])rolicn Hill. An elegant liltle pune won bv I'illshurv : 1. l'-K i I'K 4 jo. jf.K 3 II-]' 3 2. Kt-ijny Kt-(jU3 ii. p-K Kt ;i i* -? i» 8. MI4 I' xl' li-.. IMMch K-Kt 2 4 Kt-113 I'-K Kt J 1H CaMlrs lljUl'! f.. IMC JM IM-tfi U. H-117 eh K-K13 II. Kt-K Kt :. I'-K It .1 if,. I'-K It 5 fhK x 1* 7. Kt x I» K X Kt W I!-Kt 7 Kt-K 4 R. IMJ, 4 V-q4 1/. II x II IU-Kt 3 0 H x 1' ])-Kt 2 |}i. K-Kt 2 ll-lt 2 V...
Bush Brigands IX.==At Norfolk Island [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 29 September 1917
Bush Brigands IX.==At Norfolk Island Norfolk Island was first used as a penal settlement in 1788. A good deal of trouble was caused in 1846 as a result of the brutal methods adopted in con- nection with the prisoners (as Mr. Boxall re counts in his History of the Australian Bush- rangers). One of the regulations which en- raged them was an order calling kettles which had been served out to them. Our old friend Jackey Jackey was at the time one of the pri- soners, and one day he led his companions in a body to the barrack yard, where they broke open the stores, and took out all the tins they could find. JACKEY JACKEY AGAIN. A policeman named Morris was standing in the archway or entrance to the yard, when Jackey Jackey rushed forward, struck him a fearful blow with an enormous bludgeon, and knocked him down. A large mob of the pri- soners snatched up such weapons as came to their hands and followed him. Many of the prisoners had only sticks, some large, some small. One had a reaping ...
PUT IT OFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
l'l'T IT OFF. Little Cyril Softboy announced his coming by a series of howls. ''Oh. my finger — my finger !' he said. 'Poor little finger!' mother cooed. 'How did you hvrt it ?' ?'With the hammer !'' 'When ?*? 'A long t;me ago !' Cyril sobbed. 'But I didn't hear you cry.' 'I didn't cry then; I thought you were 6ut '.' said Cyril. all, to keep your dreams for the cool of the evening, and, for the eight working hours of the day, engage in something of a practical nature. If you are a genius, of course, the ideal is worth striving after. But, like an ordinary mortal, the genius must eat. or he hasn't the strength to 'gene.' Your affectionate AUNT BEE.
OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
OUR LETTER BOX linliv, ii l.i-iiv.. I It Hi- Australian. telN me tin- Mi.it f.f lie! HIV: ??WIllMI I Wll- Very .VlMI-IK fitllllT died ,,l,,l m mother luil; i-n the farm. There hit ten ol u chihlieii ullime'.hcr. fnur nirl- mid sk Iki- s. Oil' liny went to tin. «ar, nin- ha* lii|. disease. ' and ii t liirj conliht't pas*-- the oilier time are loo \ouiiB 10 go. Hut we all wurl; on the farm.' From Iternie, of C onduholin: '(ondnbr.lin is linking I.eiiiitiful at j.reriMit tor Spring i, here; III.- wild flowers arc bln-*i.niiiig :iml the rths, is very green: MUM «iir I ' -t~ Ul ll'iuri'1, \ Illlt'l ?», | ((. |«%,( H' I II II I II I ll-, sweet peas ami May hyacinth-. The on hard trees are all Huffy with pink a-i-l while blos-oni-,, iin I the I ? s .-inn in the trailing wMaria.'' l.uckv Uerniee. if a Coiiilnliiiliii Spriuir is as .swi'el as ii sound*. Amu her .votniij. piM-i: '?Se|.|eni!.er is neurlv over again, Amil Itee. and ! I Link September is (he ino.-t beautiful liK.i.th of the year...
A Page for Young People [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
A Pa$e for -bung) People Dear U»y» t«ti-l Olrl»,— You will now ite? the re.iutu ol (he con*|tetition« Let me tonutittu* late thoae of you wln- have won, and to the lev* fortunate one» I advUe another ttlul. A little (allure i-i discouraging, 1 know, but alway* re member that failure l« Ihe *ute foundation ol »»ucce»s 1 hope you will till enter lor the new competition* annuunceu un» ween A couple of 6-fU entering the Cia»* K com* petition wrote of an ambition lo teach music, iinj tpuke ol that occupation as an eafcy one. Unless you have decided musical talentv- ? talenU that, given the opportunity, would lilt you above the rank and file— it is better to auopt any but the nuixical profession. Music teaching in a poorly ('aid occupation Study n\utsic by all means, and go as far with your btudics a-- you can. If boys and girls realised early that the |»rofessioni* we like are not always the profitable ones there would not be. in the world, bo many heartsick' people who have failed. The ...
Bush Brigands X.==Exploits of Captain Melville [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
Bush Brigands X.-Exploits of Captain Melville Of all the Ivuuhvanners of the 'roarlnl fifties' none was more talked of than Fran'* McCallum, alias Captain Melville. Every now and then during the latter half of the year 1B52 stones were told of daring robberies com mitted by Capt. Melville, and rewards were offered for the capture of the captain, dead or alive, or any person who aided and abetted him. On December 18, 1852, he rode up to a sheep station near Wardy Yallock and asked Mr. Wilson, the overseer, who was the owner. 'Mr. Aitcheson,'' was the reply. 'Is he at home?' asked Melville; and on being answered in the affirmative, expressed a wish to see him. Mr. Wilson, having no suspicion as to who the civilly-spoken visitor was, went into the house and returned with Mr. Aitcheson. Melville drew out a pistol, pointed it towards them, and ordered them to' put up their hands. The two gentlemen complied at once', and were tnnrcned to the wool shed. Here they found the six teen shearer...
BILL JIMS TROUBLES SHIP NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
mmm SJROUBfcO SHIP NEWSPAPERS. Juni'ulM ; Ho von l.nmv If there Iwl- been l,epl :i nipy ol each (it tii,- |i,i|ier- i^.ie.l on the lMi|.|tni1- f Ki.ine iir llies,. were lull ct ivkI «.«nl tliinu-. urilten llltht nut '[ the I'inlt.iiimeiit ol the men on the kIiI|--, They would lu\e ,i tine \.\\\v it rullei'led iiinl printed ill .lid ol one of the hit; loud-. I A* far .is it I* po^ilil ? to asiertain. (hero aro ii few. (inly, nf the 1ra-ispnti |iulilli :itions In exislenix-. Itiiubt los« tluio could bo a complete Ille «ot toirethor it Ihe IVdoial -Jineriinieii| ;i«l;ed liir copie. nu-| uuaranleed their ictiirn to those In whine pn^ession they are. I WANTS SPACE TO MANtEUVRE IN. llillr.jc : 1 do i,n| want lo enter up a kill; agiiinst (he womon-we loii«lit for tliein. uio.tlv. And, anyway. I have only one leg, and so could not put up a hard kick If I wlh'n-i| to. Wh.v will the dear mte« crowd into the nun's rar« on I lie trams and train*, and jam ' iw poor crippled chaps mi Hint we can'...
ANZACIANA TALES FROM THE TRENCHES. HARD TO GET OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
[?] TALES I'KOM THIS TRENCIIEK. HAitD TO «i;r orr. 'One «-f lltr hto't illttUuH (hint* in «lir vimU) -« ennii-*tf,' Mtil tl»- mIivUi- n-l \ht \m»ht 'i-- mvjmii MM-llt .' 'I'lltMy »«-«i.'» not (oct -(«iiimI «**-, «iiiiinriit«*d lulljltn, «» lit die *?? -' -v *WM liiutiJKK «»lil«U Mltii a WIllM'tatltf. ItV Illf* SWANK. An i*vf In niulti «»? irratlllni l-y the promptm^ ol tlw Miltu«' vl » |ut*ini: |-ii\tite. l.li' l« lU'htit tin1 mult »iix-wj 'How itltl }-««i Imiw 1 am «n olttimf Nils there KllllctllllMl ill in.V Ml'JtWIIWI', W lid J'till llUppi'll t« kllllW '??'*«-.' »'|illiil tin- Milillrr. -H-nltj-. 'I tliimiilit 1M UVv a I'lmitiH' only ii ii* (jlw jou u mind'— on ni'mnm. wf j'r 0 — U kttuiili.'
WRITE TO THE MIRROR ABOUT IT PUBLIC SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
^WRITE-THElp^ PUBLIC SERVICES, Uowl Clllwtl 2 WIii-ii air w M have the |iiihiiUih1 red oral Inn of nil pnlilie wrvkvn 1 Tin- MiiUo U at jii end- for (lie luvH'iit, There aro more Him l.wlilmr f'r H-« Hun (hero lire Julu to he (alien, Tho udometers luvo boon full for (U.v», there mm-iiu (?? lie coal iu tuirti In w»mi' place*, yet tin' (ruin and tram mmvIco* aro rim lAnn on u limited M'1hhIuIi\ V |l:it in tho Idea r The ptiWIti has broil holiltnl lln- (Jnveinnioni nil throimh the dltllcult.v with lulmr. l.ul now that dilllcidl.v Is ihIjiikIoiI l-tl't it Ull (U I 111' (.'ilK'IIIIIK'lll to kUlld lu'tllilil tllf piojdc t Kxlrn laics und evtui cIiiiikc', cihim-hiioiiI on (lie kIioWciiM M'rvleoH. have cost mo a few pumiil* in the i'l(jlit \vct'U», AS TO BEEF. Chuck Stwiic : I will have to irlvo ti|i hloak utnl ull iithcr viirlelloH of moat snoti If there Ik n»t u Nliiuip in tti-- toUll price of licef. Wli.v have wo U- |mv tho famine prlcpn nuw rtilltiK t Them hit- tnoru cattle nmiilii(f on...
FORN SOMETHING [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
IOIIM BOMKTHIXG. One of tlir mvv otHcrr* ttniiglrt from tlio trtiool wwi given ii M|im-l to drill. 'I'orni lours' lie t-lioiitiO. 'fmi't,' culled t-ut one vf tlir men, 'Uirrt's only tluw of iik.' 'TImmi form « triangle,' tliouUil the olflrcr, 'do M-im tiling, luiht you.'
PLAIN AUSTRALIAN THE REPATRIATION PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
PLAIN AUSTRALIAN ? V ? ' ? — THi: KISPATltlATION 1'KOUL.EM. Tlie position hi Federal politics seems to be curious enough to please the most perverse palate just now. Parliament has risen, with little or nothing; very definitely done In some matters of crave import. The public has hitherto not been satisfied with what ha,i been done in regard to Repatriation. A Minister ha* been appointed, and a whole new department brought into being. Machinery is, of course, impor tant, but it must be followed rapidly by prac tical work, We shall await with much interest Senator Millen'a announcement of his detailed intentions. He is a capable man, but the sub ject is of vast importance, and must no longer be delayed. So far there has beer, too much talk and too little practical achievement : all cry and little wool. Certain areas of land are being made available for relumed soldiers, but the imagina tion of some of the authorities has seemed to pause and stop when we turn from the matter of land s...
TIME OF HIS LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
TIMK OK HIS LIFE. One of tlip boy* at tliv fnont, in a roeeiit Ittter, tells how lie likes it: 'Alter killing my flirt German, 1 didn't mliiil a lill; went into it like into a lioxlnj,- nuilcli. . . Tile ocilil ftwtfTti lire inifbinij the time or Ilielr liven. . .1 have not linil u wusli, or a kIiiivc, or u drink of liol ten. (in t-ix du.vs ? » 1 expect to bu liert sixteen iluys mort1!'