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FOOTBALL. RUGBY LEAGUE RESULTS. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

^^W^SS^rr. [?] .Bj.deroairnn Glebe -ycstcoJUjC. ale the Spotts Gronpd. Balniaitt adranced ?«? *fi» ^osItiaoL Jn. the competition, their tallr now -Mob 20 points. Gleliato ne« ?witB-.W.;--'.. - j-;; ; .-.?.-.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PARTH OF GLORY. ADVENTURES OF AN AUSTRALIAN GIRL IN BELGIUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

* ADVENTURES OF AN AUSTRALIAN GIRL IN BELGIUM. ? . . : .?...♦ ? ??-.? ?? ?? ..? ?.??.??.???:.«?.?'?.??.. - By LOUISE MACK,; . ' ? .? - Author of 'An Aiutralian Girl in London.' /If this thi ttuKi imtalmiut of 'Tht Path to Glory,' if its . , . Louiu Math, who tctid at War XkrrtsfondtHt for Iht ...*?- ? ? ? ? . Kvnfng Nitus,g(vis a vivif ditcrlpUon c/ a Zrpfclin Invasion ? * — . = ' #/ Antwerp. Iltit Math has thrilling things to tell and hir ? ? ?:-..? . nrnativ* will bring hom$ to our nadirs thi ttrribll tufferingt ~. . .... ' ' '' wiUk Bilgiait Ptofh htvt u heroically torn*. '? r . .. AJX RifJHTS R_SERVEX-. . The City of Banners. My first impression of Antwerp as I taw it that golden day was something' pever, never to be forgotten. - As Ions as I . live I shall see that great city, walled in all round with fnificent fortifications, standing y for the siege. In the golden sun S, thousands of banners were float in the wind; enormous banners _ring out of those great white houses along ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Galmain v. C[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

;-.- ' -- i(h-kiu«. aitim. .. -.?';?? ? '.? PlaVed at Sports. Ground, and iron, by Balmain by It points to 2. Balmaiai lei fcy 5 points to 8 at half time, and incicascd their lend by 7 points in tbe jeconil tpetL For Balmain. Schuiti and Robi«»on' «q^«S tort, Fraser coo verting both;' lie alsa-'-lucked.^aJ petudty. A. Bolewski kicked a penalty coal.fdr Glebe. Mr. T. McMahon, refcrct.V^-. '-^??^:/\

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

Thin 'Women /y^^^^m Made Happy! J&$m$fflff\ I Every Woman can Enjoy Full I I LET US SEND YOU FRBB OF QHZIRGE 71 TRIAL 1 I SmMPLB OF OR. PALLMERE'S 'FLBSH'FOOD.' § B What is more pitiable than a pretty woman whose neck, B H arms, and scraggy chest destroy her every chance of being u H really charming ? Nothing gives charm to a woman so much fl H -as does a full, well rounded bosom. If you lack it science will H H enable you to obtain it 9, I DR. FAkLIERE'S 'FLESH-FOOD' 1 |j . Offers relief and development to the thousands of chronic- o $j ally thin women who have despaired of ever possessing a pre- H || - Editable figure. It is a nerve and tissue food treatment that H H adds weight and development to attenuated women. No matter B H if you never had the semblance of. a' bust, 'Flesh.- I*oqd'' will B ? H develop -you to normal. No matter how . Ioiig .your cheeks H M have, been thin and hollow, 'Flesh-^ood' will build' them out, H |J develop them, and make them round and- rosy.'...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
South Sydney v. Western Suburbs. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

DouUi ByciMr/T. ?WettemBuftnrbs. ' Played at St. Ltike's OraJ; Concord, and won by South Sydney by' 11 pouiti to' D. For the mnners, tries were secured by II. Butler. Ker vick; and Ktr Norman, »nd C. Iloriler kicked a penalty goal. McCauley icorcd a try (or Western Suburbs. ?

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Newtown v. Eastern Suburbs. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

. NiwUram v. Caatam Suttuitia. Flayed at Wentwartb farfc, and won by New town by 9 poisls to d. At balf-time, Ncvtown led by G points (tries by Brown and T. Martin), to 8 points (try by Messenger). On the resump tion of play Newtowit added. «1irce poults. (n try by Zxohard),' whiltt Eastern Suburbs increased their quota br a «r- by Watkiiis, which ?wni conreitcd by Messenger.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
North Sydney v.[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

'' i T'- - Uu& Kiing'w:'Aaa^iSla.''\'^' i ':?' - Tlayed mCtiitlh Stdae* -*'*. aoj «oa .by Konlh-HSyditJ.: fcy M peiots -?:.*-- .1Ati;tbe ininVal bolh tft** h&i *z»toA*-puatu.' Kertk by Mclntyre, wbicli wai converted by C Blink horn. irlillit Pidcock kecred Annaadale's try, and fluitt landed a penalty goal. In the second half ' t'arnell (cored a try for North Sydney, which was converted by Illinkhorn. B. Taphn . kicked a penalty goai. Larkin scored a try

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES ON THE GAMES. Balm[?] Head Rugby League Co[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

- ? NOTEa ON THE GAMES. ' Balmcln Mesrl Ruebv' Laaeua Oomnaituon. By defcatinc Glebe, yesterday, Balmain maio Icoding in tlir' competition, their tally beinjr £3 voinll. Glebe arc second on the list with 18 point*. The game was not of an eihiiantlng nature, ceverthelesj, it n-ai keenly contested. How ever, th$ ground, was not to ? good condition. Seven ' of the s'oints ? were scored In tbe first twenty mfnutr.s, Scuult j scoring for Balma% (converted by Fraser-, and It. Bolcw.ki kicking a penalty goal for Glebe. - During the remainder of the, spell,- Glebe were the aggressor*, but thus '. crowded the attack— a great ireaknesr. . Balmxin Sim's. Irfpt. 'them but. .' '? i ?-?'.;?': //?'??'' In tho socond hiif the game- fluctuated, first ene side. attacking, 'tieii the other. Glebe's threeijuartiT -'fanned' oat across the icM.o« ?ievcr»l ?cticiiuoui'ibot.-.tilihoiirh they -lipa tit. ,M4auaa -saaSi**. -o -sxpref/lbe-Bahnain-tlefezuierV* 'uifc'4t-i -«pac» '4oi thJua. (Slele' .wera dcrfajr...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Talk of Sydney Book Front the Front. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

[?] [?] Baok Front tlio Front. . Captain Johnson — 'Johnny' — of the Field Artillery. ? was X-rayed for a Turkish bullet on Tuesday last. On Monday night he. gave avlccture to the men of the brigade at headquarters. As a series of 'tbumbnail-skercfies it would have made a.: descriptive reporter's mouth water;'- Here is we. Our troops are aboard a vast Canadian liner. She is approached by .a little row-boat. Holding- the tillerriopes is a small boy in the blue, and gold of the navy. 'Stop,' says tlic cuild. And the big ship stops.- 'Follow , me,' he says, and- the big. .ship. .docs. ''It was a .les son 'in'the Vau'th'6)fjbr -oj~ the ? Navy,' comments ;Ji-hjis6n- /Qne more phrase. 'If you caif imagine Tour Sydney har bors each one parked .'sardine fashion with ships of /every kind you get some idea of whatifc Ipoks like/' j-Finallyhe adds : 'You are all 'wanted.!' .. \ .. ? Correct ThausH CoSored. ' ; ' The King Of Tonjfa 'adopts the basic principle of Australian policy by mak ing; En...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

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Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE JOURNALIST OF THE PEOPLE. A SKETCH OF LORD NORTHCLIFFE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

[?] I! | A SKETCH OF I LORD WORTHCLIFFB BY LOUISE MACK . Ulu id*th ahcti ttrtu cj aer erlidtt It unttBuA || tisswhtn, Act written a grett foil for iki tttllktHon stm- II tfcltid by Ltri NorthtUft. and IrarilUi xsilK him to B0p»a , I] vihllit actinr *t lira? corns foniint for thi 'Bvattsg Nim' I OKI of thtHarmiwtirth jouvnali. I / This is a personal sketch of a man trbp is in everybody's mouth just how --Lord Northcliffe, -ho attacked the i Has Office in his papers, 'TheTimcs,' ? pd the 'Daily Mail.'5 and charced hem with rctnissness in not sending nut the proper explosives. For many rears Lord 'Korthcliffe — originally Uf red Harrasy/ot'tli— has been the ffreat ournalist of. 'the : .people.' He has indcrstood exactly what the. people ^ wanted ; he has pandered to their in^ '' ?Setior taste, and builfup a hurfe for ?:.-- Uine, and a -tremendous journalist '?. .power with the millions. It was cxtra ~ ? ,' krrdinary . to . see thl^ man . wake ? 'rBnim his life-long habit of -'usrvinsr ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

'Ms-ite home sites;: ; TU^n.U no other cfcj ta trie irall irJilch W Ihe maeni&cent residential »rl»a». ? . .' . tagto of icuUt auburba io delishtfulljr abated aa can be a»U il Srdaey. WhereVer . ?you roam «Ionf the fcwtor or «he'aea fronts, erety put prueatt wrae apcciaT feature ?' Of attruUreneiL Reildcnco amid sucli lurroimdlngi of 'ytetuVeiqueneii, coniMnlng ?uch glorioua rliui of verdant landscape, and the ever-lnterejting expanic of ocean ?nd beach-makoi Ufe very enjoyabln Indeed. Your attention U called to the following Estates, which will delieht llioic to whom inch unrounding, appeal. We shall be very pleaied to .cod yon Fl«na, Po«t Free. Very few tali left on either Eitate, but all arc fint-clait. Early application l- advltable. ? Easiest of Terms— Torrens Title, The following Estates, with the exception of Ihoie at Bellevue Ilill, may be had on the following »ery Easy Tcrmi, only SI down, and 10/- a month, which, includea Principal and Interest at 5 per cent, per a...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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The Bevelled Edge [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

Brie'''' ? ' ? : ? ' ? .' ? j Is to reflect the- world in colour! troef - *' ; The prortr purpose of ihe bevelled '«die ''?? - . I, to look tldeWWTl aind lee thinuii ««liew. :?.-..? ? Decorations by tho Ton. . Thts 'Cologne Gazette' states that ?44,749 iron crosses have been manu factured in Germany at a cost of £UQ,000. I am particularly bad at arithmetic, but I figure out the cost of ' those rewards' of merit at about eight ?hillings each, and the price seems extravagant. A perfectly good cross, cast-out of the remains of a superan - nuated kitchen stove, could be made in ? thi3 country at ten shillings a ffross, 6nd my faith in German- economy ia . Completely shaken by the npws fron- . Cologne. The decoration of the iron ? Cross is hung on practically anybody who makes a loud; noise. The man who writes a Hymn of Hate gets one; the gentleman who murders old men In cold blood is similarly adorned; tho person of kultur who contrives the death of a few sick children is not forgotten;...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

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Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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AUSTRALIAN RULES. Newtown v. Central Western. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

.-'V'- v4UBTItALiACi RULEa,. ''?*-..' Ncwtown «. Contra! WeiUm. PUycd at Moore Pnrk, and. won by Newtown hy It 11-10—70 to 3-9— 27. Ncwtown's goal kickers wejer'Seymour 12), Proiran (3), Furlone (2). II. Smith .(8), -Harrison, Slmmouds, and }. Smith. For Central Western: Webb~(2), and Teunant, ? l»*-3canstoit ». BouUi Sydney. Played at the Australian Football Ground, and won by Paddioffton, by 7^8-50, to 3-4-BJ. l-addington*« goal kickers ' were -. Mclnerncy (2), Trcsite (2), Ryan (2), and Sturgess.. .- I For South Sydney : Evans (2), and Challcnder. East Sydnjy «.- Sydney. . i East' Sydney failed to miijter a team, and SydneyicUimci a ..forfeit^ , .-, -_ -?;_ ..- - .

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITISH ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

; - *'-???'? onlTlfell. ASSOCIATION. \. ? ? '?yes'terday'a principal fixtures resnlteil :— - ;.?? ?;-. ?;.:?' Statt ChiniiplMtufilg. ?.'''?'' '-' Sydney ?(»),?- Graniille Reserve! (1).. ., .'DruranioynB (8), Pyrmont (8). . Balmain ?-«), Glebe (0). ; .OrahvUle (5)J. Northern' Suburbs (0j,-. .' The Tkiwaadale-Sydney luatch wai' deferred oa accoant of the' State- Chanpionshlp'-ffame at Clyde. ' . -;,-. ? ':V ,'?.?.?',?. In the other (Hatches Ncnrtowo beat: Eastern Suburbs by 'points to 8;- North Sydney beat Anaacdale, 13 to B; and South Sydney beat Western Suburbs by II points to 3.' In the. Anstralian Rulcr'Corapctition, PiJJJn/t tan xualntained. their position as leaders' in the League Competition. South. Sydney, were, their victims yesterday. _-' ,-r \ . -. '-.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Second Grade. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

' .- .- . Bocpad Oraffj. . -. ? .' - : Taddingtoii (SS) ' heat;SouthtSydricy '(M)i' ..ajul^Syduey. (8.-B.s heat-East Sydney (to). —

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 8 August 1915

[?] . VvtegtttMM/lW COOPIB, K*THAH & CO., SrOSET. ^'''?^'^ ?? f '' ' - ;~--'''- ??''?. '..' .'.V '.'?.- ?' . ' :':;| ?,'?- Printed for the AU8TRAEIAN-pICEQMAE;NBWSPAPER'eOMPANY. Limitep. by Majichaot & Co.. Limited, ?»« Kent Street. Sydney/and Published by-Jack Michttl Myen, Tho Majuioni, MbbIjt, , -., ..-.,?;'?_. '.;??;.?? ??..??...-.-, -:--.- Sydney; at tfaa Offices of the Company. Commerce Building, Ash Street, Sydney. .- - . .

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Mirror of Sport. By Our Special Correspondents. THE TURF. RACING AT MOOREFELD. A WIN FOR SWETT MALT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 8 August 1915

[?] ; Jjty: .Our..; Special V; i- Correspondents. [?] ' - Ractr rfJar.iJooreficId yesierdaf:«*air'lnter: .-. *ttiag/ Ud':theabeajitirid.-re^'rlfc»bt'ed-''tl-3 - atleud: niBjtoibViiirgV-,IU&)tSy-H--V -.-.'?.? -??'? Jlwrd &Race:—A:.haW&b orm «ovs.: About - U/mUtEfc C.';l-.;B.'AVri4hi.'»'fcfi;Wadfch;;l¥ Maiari -JBlne Dell/ atJed.'.loYti'JilbV; (Grahamf, :-.: U-R. ^ci&Tilos^'br'c :Wife-;i!fMI-Ssv:Mlb.' . . (Kae), S'J-V,1 G.Benyon's brSgiCJmmand, 6it, 'V «lb; WK«li'6ver-(Vr«lliW,.J).-.i(i?i»,t:::.*/_ '??, -f ikUbBST'roVagaihsrW^Udre.'JatfKlilWeV - : Bee, 3 (t4;,t^Colimand, 7: to;'t-VclJoW-pM:6fl'Io. .. :J lave wni,--'-25'.'iai'l ' HrinjefyJ ) Wdn fcy;:.five.' r.'-f. length) %-ftjftt;'-*mii^/30«ey,-V;fJ';i-j^A--iA' ? T-Wyin : $fan,aieipy .ofJ-lOO.rsdvJK,- $*rujlon»«:— ' '??'?', H. J Bo; ? V:i-n- vswce't '.-'.'Maii;* %~&tiil«te^ „ ?/all: (Mffl3*i!);S-.C'.'.Ruj.*rUV!6rrai:Colliir/6rtl: ? Tib.- (»{&fcp)d«-.v'a'' .-*wJ H-iWbl^ciilftVEx'ii' , _/ ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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N.S.W. War Workers in England [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 8 August 1915

\ War h ( ' -,11 i-Epglaiiil'i t J i r- LADY HOWE, AN INFLUENTIAL MEMOES OF IiAS)Xl COQHLANS COMMITTtEv i' N.aW. CtOTHIKfO jSlSnUBDTION DEPOT W tOKDON, OJIQANISED BTf LAXtTL- OOGH1.AN, WHO IS BHOWH; ? ; L, ' ' , ' , ) WITH HEB COMIUTTEE. ' ' ' ', ' i'-,: i ?; {THE COMMITTEE AT WORK, DI8TMBTJTING OLOTtoNO KOR WIVES AW- BEPfeND^NTS OF 5OLDTERS AND BAILORS.; LEFT TO BIGHT: LADY OOGKLAN, tADTf itOWB. LADX SAMUEL, -MARCHIONESS BttPIN DI ? CA8TELDELFIN0, MRS. ?METC3ALF, M183 JOSBPHt ; i — - — — r , * ? I THese j mterestMg ! Picttires ? indicate : that ; practical, work is being done for our men at the front, by Australian .Women in London, as well, as in tide Common* N wealth. LADY COGHLAN, WIFE OE SIR TIMCfiCaT COGHLAN, Ml , » j AGENT GENfiRAI. FOR NEW SOUTH 'WALES. 1 MRS. ARTHUR DOWHNG. A ' ' STALL-HOLDER ON-ATJBv^,, '' 'TBAEKLUAY.' '^ '' ' ~ \ WABfJA^THRSTJMMER PALACE OF THE POMBH KINGa \ WORKERS OK -AtTSTRAUA - day (ansa mills, m&a MASSC7, AND ME3S CAT _JERAIX) i

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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