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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

TWJCE DAILY MAffftMAI THFATOF ITWICE. DAILY 2.30 & 8 p.m. n A g fl^WilL I HM I HEp 2 .30 & 8 p.m. ^ Governing Director ? - ? BEN. J. FULLER * Mr. Ben. J. Fuller has much pleasure In announcing the first appearance In Aus tralasian Vaudeville of the great English. Pantomime Comefllon, Assisted by MISS GERTJJ3 LATCHFORD. . , Mr. Luplno's Season Is limited, as he leaves for America per A.M.S. Niagara 03. . Oct 28, and this will bo Ills farewell to Australia. . Direct from America per A. M.S. Ventura, and first appearance In Sydney ot LAW1EMCE J©1MST©NE '. Ventriloquist, ' The King of Votco Throwers.' VERISIGN AND SINCLAIR, I Comedy Sketch Artists. | EILEEN .FLEURY, ' I In llfe-llko impersonations of I Celebrated Artists. ? I ROMAINE, I Violinist. I WARD LEAR,. | Prince of Impersonators. ? | ROSIE RIFLE CO., In their novel exposition ot ? Sharp-shooting. THE CLARINOS, Kings of the English Concertina. ELOISE TAYLOR, Refined Soprano. BLUFFO, Comedy Juggler. ' 6d. &...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A FASHION LETTER FROM LONDON. LONDON, August 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

A FASHION LETTER FROM LONDON: y. VM ,...-... . ...... (By RITA MACKENNAL). I LONDON, August 14. . jpeay. Betty,— If you really want tq be up to, date and 'right in things, you've got to ctft your hair short, wear a khaki uniform that's like da officer's — all but the' trou sejrs — carry b, cane, take. -huge strides arid look important-Hind thetfyotjil be'& 'JVar GIH,' Toe other day I was talking to an officer friend Just back' from the front, wpen one of these female - warriors came past and saluted my friend. You should fcavo seen the' iopk of embarrassment oh tho poor dear's face'; ? he- couldn't think .*t»ii:liiui lu uuw ur uuiuie, qqu coueu vy doing a bit 'Of both. ;' ' .-'.'.'? . But, thank- Heaven, the. war haa not en tirely done away with the real feminine girl, thoughthereseems great truth In the remark made by a famous' French dress maker that ' now-a-day's women .are or ? . tiering ' clothes,' and not ' dresses.' ' In spite of tills there's no need to lose heart. T...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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In the Limelight THE LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY "SUZANNE." "A Pair of Sixes." [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

[?] THE LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY 'SUZANNE.' ' ' A Pair of Sixes.' The 'Stop Thief' season ended on 1 Friday evening at ,thc. Criterion, and last night the :rieV American 'farce.;. 'A Pair ' or Sixes,' to Vhich Iteferred last week, - .took the boards. For the new piece the k company has been reorganised. to a cer tain extent, and has been strengthened by ' the inclusion of Miss Ethel Dane and Mr. Tom ' Shelf ord. . ? ' .'? - ? . ' V ? ?'?'?? f . . in the nrst ac\ 'A fair or specs- re ?'' tninded me a good deal of 'Potash and £ PerlmuUer.' Two partners in a business I I, are continually arguing as to who is boss, I '.'? and finally the point is. settled by a poker ', t hand, the arrangement being that the t. loser shall act as butler to, the winner for / twelve months. The complications which sj Hollow are on orthodox farce lines, and of S' course there Is a girl In it. I must re i serve further comment on the new piece ','? until next week. . ??; ? ,-.O . ? ?. t Panama' Pictures. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

j 5 HARRY RICHARDS' TIVOLI THEATRES, Ltd. Governing Director, H. P. MclNTOSH ,| America's Foremost Character Cofticdlenne. Ids*, B^r - ? ' The' Mlglity Humorist 'Mstry S^ss-w ' Cetcbratetl- English Violinist' ? The Girl with the Voice of Gold. : ? London'i) Famous Cockney Couple In 'Me and 'Er.' | ? -THE PAYOLA&t-Superb. Classical. Atliletes. . . ?... i LE HOY SISTERS, I HECTOR aOLDSPINK^ I JACK BIRCHLEY, i. Specialty Artists. | Of Quintan Opera-Fame. I The LoquaclouB Contortionist In 'A Hunter's Gnmc.'.tho Prettiest Act In Vaudeville. ? EDWARD ? Amusing ChnlkbloBlst. ? Ij. Plan at Nicholson's and Tlvolt.. . 'Piione 9924 for Keseryca ? '?'.-.. BUY NEXT SCJNDHY'S 'MIRROR' FOR LATEST THEHTRieHL GOSSIP.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

Eau de Cologne - 1 made in Emgland^^l -? ' ? ? :v;.'::|| : ... ? . . -:m .Triple Concentres ? ? ' 'jS ?'Vln'olla .'?'... : ?.'??? !-'i| Eau de Cologne ^ ' 09to ' .',' ''ft will be found the ' ' EBB *.'?«$! very highest JS&P-1 : ft' standard of Eau de (4$&3t5&l '--^ ' Cologne to be had ^^^^W ? .,'§ 'By scientific ' ' ^^^^^ffl * »'N selection from tho **S*tE*^ M world's' finest oils, Sk^ilneB ^ ; the most stlmu- |*^!~i-'iB' ^ ? 'V§ .? latlrm and I vijiou* H . 'i/» Invigorating hove .. SuJ^S-l-wH. ''.j'.'' - been blended In ii]Sl§|pf!|P ' -f Triple Concentres ' '?':?: ':iM ' Vlnolla ' ? ... ' ':: ;'V^ Eau de Cologne. /? r^S ;'-' ? ?? -? ? ? '???? ;Aim . made in; England ;;;? ? ? ? '; Note that the N^lie'' Vloolto ti''7B? yM fa on erety bottle.; . .Sold in 2-ofc ':'? ? Q;K f $M ' and A-oz. bottles by chemist*, wji. '-V)J^ input and Morekcepcrs. ;*:sp ? -? ?:? ???tfMi

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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THE RED CROSS GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

THE RED CROSS GIRLS. Some of tho. girls ..who work, all their days at Red Cross Depots deserve a little recreation at the week end.. . Tennis comes as a tonic, and if applied with a new gown, now and then, may perhaps act better than a change of air pr scene In the country. Tennis modes never alter greatly. This year the skirts,, being1 fuller, are welcomed with joy by tho real sportswoman. Tho new ones are made in tho simplest Btyle, as full skirts and neat bodies are not alone becoming but practical. In some cases tho designs are so simple- that many girls, through the pro sent days of enforced economy, are cheer fully making their, own frocks. Wrap coals of the 'slip oh' order are also necessary, and they will be seen with tho loose belt wjtilcn. is just, a little Idw a'aistcO. ' ?? .' - ' ? '—

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BUTTER-COLORED BURGLAR. A FUTURIST PHANTASY IN TWO PARTS. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

THE BUTTEft-COLORED \ BUftGMR. ; | A FUTURf8T PHANTASY Ifi TWO' .?! ? ' . PARTS, ?,.', -', .-''??;? ??'.. . \; By HUGH jMcCRAE.' ? ' ''.?. (With . uiuBtratldns. by the Author.) PARTH, . . ' Blondlne's soul flew out with the soul of Paul Kustiggardt towards this scene of perfect adolescence and. '.contemporary obliquity ; and, as she soarde, ; he' chopped largo pieces- of meat out of his fingers, and the ravens come .and took them to Elijah. , ,,.-. ? .;, : i ? Casper Carrawayseed , found their . dis charged stockings, on the crest of an-, ex- tinct megaphone, the round-eyed gldyahs nestling- within them, and the stars ? ticK linff the clear, blue, heavens to the weird, music of four hundred Zulus sitting In a Jamtln tied to the .corrugated cauda of tba Immortal Orpheus, Mother wi\s there, too. 'Four centuries had thus wom'away . without producing an event.' And the t»ld whaler, still clinging to the magistrate, drove up in a clothes-basket surrounded by thin- elephants. His hat had ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

I X JGRYSTAL PALACE »;?;?? ALL WEEK, BEGINNING TO-MORSOW. ;. WE PltKSENT IN MOTION PICTURE3 - ' f''~, ? .!-?,!. ''?''... T^Ht^;'-!-, . ', ? ? — — . ; : - The most ? fas.cinatlhg photoplay since. '.' Three TVeclcs,' and the most Criticised C': '???'' . ' ' ' ?' . ????;! ?? '' ? ? . :- , ? story yet written by ? I:'' ;; ? ? /;?; ; ? ;j :;; ^ :v|:^CT€l®IA; / CEUSSL . .-..; ? '? :v^ ? . ? . Adapted ti- t£o screen In just .the manner . those who hare rf:ad the book. y.'' ;. : ? ; ?- ??' ; 'I'-1''''.,' -'*; '? [ ??' - :'? !'...'?' would wish It. ' ? ' ???' ., : ..?' . . ? . p-- ^y^^-i'&ffi :- ?'??'?? ???:';-: $£;??! '-'?/.,. ; r ] VMm^^^-^&ia^iiwadi it a.wu- tfr.ll p.m. .-.:;).. fei'-v :'\ --'? '?-?' ^ 'GREATER' J! D.' wiuLwMSAMU^EMENT COMRANV.vLtD.', . ? ?;'? .''. f'- -- ' ?'''? ' '?' ??''?''- '''?'? ''?'?'? ''''? W. BARRINQTON MIuCer, Q»ncr»l MtlUfftr.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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BIOGRAPHIES OF THE PLAYERS. Francis Ford. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

? BIOGRAPHIES OF- THE PLAYERo.. Francis Ford. - , , It is not so very long ago since Francts Ford created a sensation in the film world with, the first really great serial ever shown. 'Lucille Love' was the means of establishing a world-wide repu tation for its already popular star and producer. ' . - ? '??' : ? Before entering the film game Mr. Ford played' opposite tho talented. ; American actress Amelia Blngbam, and he appeared in many stock companies, thereby laying the foundation for screen success. He is delights in creating, new characters. His first work In pictures was with the Cen taur : Company. About six years ago ho joined tho old Nestor Company, and since, then^ho has appeared in Ellsori, Melies, and Bison films. When tho Universal Film Co. was formed, he joined that concern, and has remained with it ever since. '? ? ? Violet Merserau, Violet Merserau outgrew the retiring modesty of her name sufficiently to get her beautiful face and figure into most . MISS EVE BALFOUR...

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At the Movies [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

[?] t\*.t hear good news of clever Elsie Wll ,1 Son, .another Australian actress rapidly i ' jnaklng a name for herself in photo plays '; Inl.Amerlca. .Sue has joined the Plying ' , /'.a)' Compa'ny in tho States, and will he ', been, shortly in '.The Lure of tho Marsh',' ', -a 'four reel American distinctive creation controlled by Australasian Films, Ltd. ?v jThs Slavey Student. Little Viola Dana, who, before joining ' the Edison Company, was a footllght fa yorltc, is still in her . teens, and will re ' main there for another' two years.' Her 'work in both comedy and drama has made '-*iher popular with Sydney picture goers. ?! Her best has still to bo seen in 'The (Slavey Student,' which will be on at the Lyceum Theatre to-morrow. In it she ?' '.' MISS MARGARET FISCHER. in,.'-The Lonesome Heart' at WetfS ?''' Olympia and Glaciarium. ;?? - . .. . - — . . ??'' .: ? - ? : -takes the role of the little orphan, work ing her way through college, enduring all , 'the trials and indignities ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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WITH THE AUSTRALIANS AT NEW GUINEA. SNAPSHOTS TAKEN DURING A RECENT VISIT OF PORTION OF THE AUSTRALIAN FLEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

WIT3I THE AUSTRALIANS AT NEW GUINBA. * SNAPSHOTS TAKEN DURING A RECENT VI8IT^)F PORTION OF THE AUSTRALIAN FLEET. Australians Interested* spectators of a native religious service. Scene fn ? New' Guinea compound. '' . ?

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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Commence our Great New Serial Story To-Day. The Story of a V.C. IN LOVE ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SYNOPSIS OF OPENING CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

Commence our Great New Serial ' Story To-Day. . iV ? ? ' . ? _^____ ? . . . By , Clara Hay Hamilton. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SYNOPSIS OF OPENING ? CHAPTERS. f \ — — — f ? ' Sir JohnTAdalri' baronet and man abo^it '- town, is In love with Fesgy HardcasUe, a '.'. young and beautiful ? ftirl. Peter Howard, , a young sculptor, : who Is a close friend of ' AdairV is /also la love with Peggy. ;:, i Owing to, Sir John's manner. Peppy de ll ; elded that;- he 'Is -only amusing himself .v i with her, and she'recelves him with cold - ?' frlpndliness. At the same time Bhe rc !?- fuses to marry Peter, who she lias known *':' nil1 her life. Sir John finding himself re v ' buffed ts more determined than ever to f. -win Peggy HardcaBtle, for his' wife. He /presses his suit with all the ardor- of ; youth, but Peggy, her mind made up that t ? he is not serious, refuses. him. The out .: . DreaK 01 war linos air juiih Auuir mm -?- i''-.'., -London. Peter Howard is one of the first ' to announce his intent...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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THE RED CROSS TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

THE=HEO CROSS TRAIN. '?' On and on through the undulating Bel gian country the Bed Cross train . went creeping, and with.lt, Its sad freight, of . wounded and dying men. ,'^' AU'ulonB the roads, on either side of the .?.railway lines, were to be seen vast mouses ;-;, of transport cars, and armored cars, ^ed i. ;Cr«SH cara. and big, handsome, nutomof 'biles, which had been originally the pro - * perty of private citizens from Antwerp, BrugeH, Liege, Ghent, ? Ostend. In - crowded masses, entangled and endleBs, r the machinery of war filled the highways ' to and from the battlefields. , ; ?: PegBy snw nothing pf all thisi She.wns :. sitting on a; pile. .of; little provision 'boxes, watchlngl'. John-/ Adalr. He had 'Fainted twice. And each, tjmo thnt It haPr 3' pened it -Beemed tb'vteg^V that a knife ' HluKheil ? nt her heart, land the blood ran ? warm and; roil, nnd she thought that she o would' die. ffrom that -bteedlntr wound. ,: ' The slghf'jOf.-.that white face, swept '??' away' al...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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WHEN THE ZEPPELIN CAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

WHEN THE ZEPPELIN CAME. They stood there in the pitch blackness, John and - Peggy, closo together in each other's arms. ' The cra-h of the bombs reverberated appallingly In their ears, and flashes of blinding light kept . flinging themselves athwart the vast darkness pf the city.! Peggy, her face on John's breast, was thinking: ' 'Is this death?' But it. didn't seem- to matter. ? ? Nothing mattered. - The darkness agd the terrific noise were only driving them closer together, shutting out the world, flinging images of eternity while their nearness to each other took on some gorgeous, , thrilling quality that seized on ever}' fibre, of their belngs.'rlng ing fierce, exultant noteB and chords on nerves that were strung in a manner that bore no relation 'to anything that' had ever happened to either Peggy or John in all their lives before. ' ? ? 'My sweet! Are you-friBhtcned?' ??Wo!'- . ? ';. ... . ' ? . '???,???. : ;?.-; . Crash! . The walls on the left of the great ward were melting ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

DOCTORS RECOMMEND '' - CAUTION I ' - dwlug to the btary Increased Spirit Dulles Itieris Ij s tendency to : f-Uee before the public cheap and inferior Glo» locttly bottled, and - 6f much reduced stteoglb, and imall contents. Always ask (or CIIBEV'8 QSnr CIN, botlltd In England, and you have » guarantee ' of good ttrcnglb, full contents, and the fined Gin Dltliltcd In the ' f : i world- SptcUIly recommended by Doctor* for KMney Cotnplalnli .. i ... - - ' and RbeUmatlsm. :. ' 8e© that you sot QILBEY'S. ' ' ' j TUCKER « CO., SYDNEY - . Sola Amntt. ' — Tli»Wl»l jgS^^^KBlifc. Ever' Australian registered, owned and made. ♦louji- r~-'^$£L ti— U Are YOU held Vtt. *^£JhKXK »^'- « httlntniiT KRESOV-VO bottled In Australian-made JECP^-SSL' bottles, labelled and cased by Australians. ^ttg/^ ^^^^^88^^^ 'It-IS Australian from beginning to end... ~ j!l$au$E X&&fr6Otin*^/ji^!!kL KRESOLVO contains 52.5 per cent. Cre- jff^H3ijjfflBB^^|jgg^^^^lL syllc Acid, which Is a nlghor standard ff...

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A Page for Young People BABETTE'S AND BIJOU'S MAGIC COATS. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

A Pa$e. fbri BY LILIAN TURNER {Mrs! F. Lindsay' Thompson). . .' Author o£ 'Iho Girl- from the Baokblockn,'. 4 BABETTE'S AND BIJOU'8 MAGIC T ........ COAT8. ..'?'.. ? i SYNOPSIS OP PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. Babette end BIJou wore littlo.Eel/rLati girls ' Pb--- o'nco the Great War came to thel* land, tod been living In the odlar of their home:' One afternoon they slipped unobserved away to the Market Square where thojr had heard wore groat boxes of watiri clothing-from Aus tralia. Believing that tha fairies liaa sent them, they-determincd to ask for a magic coat for each. American lsaies were there to elvo the clothing away, and they daw to It that these two llttlo girts obtained tlicir longed-for coats. 'Whon, clad in their woolly coats, they at length reached their home. Again they hesitated ontahlo tho door afraid to enter, until 'observed by a GenMn officer, who came to tho kitchen floor, and they were ? dragged by him Inside. He and' the other two officers 'there accused the little girl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

'The- New South Wales, etc., Starr-1© wfeett Societies.' '?? , HEAD OFFICE: 264 PITT-STREET (NEXT CRITERION THEATRE-. SYDNEY. ' .. , NEXT BALLOTS: OCT. 18, HTOV. 8 and 15. JOIN NOW AND 8HARE IN THESE BALLOTS. ' For full particulars, apply to B. A. BEEBT, General Secretary; . I otrtsida of school hours, and who needs a Watch, Camera, or I other sort of useful article which every boy wants, is askedjfco I write 'to us. . . ?; . ~* I We will then send fall' particulars of what we want hoys to do for I us, and what money and prizes we; give, them in return for their; I spare time. ? - - ?. i ? . . ' Address your letter: I ;.;... ' ???-,:-- .- -- ' ; , i^CIrciiIffltiom BeparfEiemt, ;- .. I u fill? I/If IPlFtffefl? ? w I 472 KENT-STREET^ SYDNEY. - . :,ailM,i^i, ' ' ' ? ' v K 'TOE MffiftOB.' '??????????'' SUBSCRIPTION BATES. A WONDERFUL PENNYWORTH. ' 'The Mirror', already circulates' in every State of the Common , -wealth, and in the country districts, as well as In tho cities. Large ? -nu...

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Prize Competitions FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. THE LETTER THAT WON THE SECOND PRIZE. "Avondale," Sept. 21. 1916. Dear Phyillda. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

[?] : |r; ^; -FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. '; THE LE.TTER THAT WON THE SECOND ??'? PRIZE. -» ?'?' 'Avondate,' .:' . -.:l_ ' ,,. Sept. 21, 1816. i.1,' Dear Phylllda, '.; ' , I am writing to you front my home In tho -' mountains, far from the haunts of men. Here 'the stillness of tho aay Is broken b^ ,;, the sons of the birds and the murmurlig of . the creeks brer stony bedx At night we -. hear only tho mournful call of the curlew or . the* 'mopolce'-' of tho hoary frOBmouth and the sfghfns of tlio wind. . - Often I gaze: on. the beautiful hills and . dream dreams of tho jrrana old pioneers who ? penetrated this awfuf nolltude of tho un ' known, and made their homes here. In winter I have seen the hills white with Bnow, tho trees welched almost to breaking - point, and. as they are now, brightened with eoldciv wattie. In summer they have been bare and dry, held in the crlp'of drought.-or enveloped in fimoke from eomo devastating fire. Po you wonder that I love them?, . ' Now' everything sing- ...

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THE WEEK'S VERSE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

THE. WEEK'S VHtSE. Howe'er it be, it seems to me . : '~ Tls only noblo to be good. ' ' - Bind heortn ore more than coronetB, . And simple faith than Norman blood. — Tennyson. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 17 October 1915

THE MIRROR'S ' GREAT NEW ; smuiAJU story Will be found on page 14.

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