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BOWLING PENNANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 23 October 1915

BOWLING PENNANT. . The pennant bowling season in' Mel bourno is In jfiill anihg. On Saturday last no fewer than ^184 bowlers rook part In; tbreo series of competitions. The Sydney ?bowling' preens aro very, backward in being prepared1 for tho 'se^san, and it lids not j'etbetn decided' whether a long er- a »hort pennant will be played. * ' -

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 23 October 1915

GOLF NOTES. Last Saturday the Australian C/lub- bogey hanilUiap wha won by Pickering, :\vho, with -a- handicap bf five,' returned a- card 'ati square.' The -Manly Cli)b'9 bogey '? competition . was won Jiy t-. O. Ferrler frora scratch; he returned a. card 2 up on bogey. ... !1 ' ... ? ?--?. ? ? ' . ??? ? To-DBy'«-6olf,FixtMr«s. . ? -The various Bolf clubs ? will decide events this afternoon as follow:— Cmit cor«l-^-Four toll,- best bell v. ' 66sey; Urummoyne, electric stroke (9 -holes); Hunter's HHi, 18 .holes' ? bogey; _JParra matta. electric stroke: . Australian four ;ba!^' best tell, in boseyt. Bonnie noon, four ball knock-out handicap (first round); Oimmerayv icstmt' match.

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 — 23 October 1915

We Post ?'THE MIHROR' to any part of Australia ???— ? VpR 2/6 — ror Six' Months. See Subscription Form osa page 15. EAU-DE-COLOGNE. | Thl« wonderfully -re- S- rreshlns perfarad I* '.'; mado In BneUnd by ;;-'. experts who hiiys tin .,. ,' nulclanco or the firm's 1^^^# f ixperlence, . which ex- WHHnBf % tends over Hi years. l\{l&/ ?$ Yardiey's dSSm i Eao-de-CoIogne f^a^g ;- ow«s Its peculiar dell- - ' I^KStiimk % cacy and rofreslilntr ' ', '^iSomi1 % qualities to the c«r« ' ' j»jj5^ - 3 used in manufacturing. , —*JzZ* M It 13 Inimltablb. ^*i!^- '. ?S The. name la the iruar- S'™**»^ 'M antes of' the quality. ^i^pffijJBiH | ^ ? .njunn...-..- ? ? ?'- - 'C''''- 1 '-.'-OVER- ]ffl /' '' ? ' ? ^^ ' '''. ,-'SAVE:4'8 GOOD SHOT BAHIN6 POWDEti: ' SIP COFFER SLUE LABEL TOMATO SAUCE. FEATHER SELF-BAISING FLOUB. PIR8TPRin CasSl ^^®s- ... 151B0 'To popularise ^rKStr 8«ceND^RIzK ? ' ? V' £ioio * -Aust™'« & Auitrallan., w. will present over £100 In e«tb- . Tttmo»n.xe '?''' ? ' ? ' %. I...

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 — 23 October 1915

£— PUNCHING BALLS-*-*! I well and strongly made from best materials. | If! ArffiWtaMttl^tolto ARMY, regulation style, soft leather, very light, for ';' ES i'*'1'' i™BilTOa*yjr fast work ? 7/6, 10/0, 12/6, 16/0 $ M rMfy// AKMY, regulation, finest calfskin, double stitched, ?'; H . ««~J®S^ very tout ? 17/6, 22/-, 25/-, 30/-, 35/-, 40/. vj: 1 tfw^i ~~?T^ ARMY, regulation heavy, selected cowhide, extra &, I i jpo /ji) strong ? '..,15/6, 18/6, 21/-, 23/- j| 1 fV&V&nHt^s' EXPERT, medium size, rubber cord for floor and '-' I 'Ha iiTOJa~ra^l Top? tor cc'llln* attacluuenl' .......... 8/8, 12/6, IS/. i'i ? \(j ij ~i^|Wffl P?M EXPERT, regulation slxe, special glove leatlirr, ?:? - I ^/Si/ ' doable stltcbedj very light ? 21/-, 25/-, 39/- f I ffie&\ EXPERT, medium size, best scleetcd hide, rubljer .?'' i '? /ww*W PORTABLE, strong leather cover, best bladder; spiral '^K I jJsWmB aprlng upright, and heavy Iron base, complete .. 40/. '-]] | WF Wfi S?^1^ 6PORTINQ REPA...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ANTI-GERMAN LEAGUE. A PATRIOTIC PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 23 October 1915

THE ANTI-GERMAN ?- iEAGUE.' . A PATRIOTIC PUTFORM. .The anti-Oerman league,, which was only recently organised. Is rapidly srow lilg in strength and widening its sphere of influence. . Brandies - ore being formed throughout tho State, nnd meetings are held every few days. The urgent need for the establishment of such a league has beeri xnnde increasingly apparent by the revelations of tho lnst few weeks, and tha crowlnir intereEt in the movement Is sufficient evidence that the public con science has been awakened to the serious menace, which the large number of Ger mans still at large, and carrying on buslr ness In Australia, constitutes. Tho platform and objects of the league aro as follows: — - ? 1. To assist in fighting the enemies of our Bmplro wherever they -may be; .nnd to endorse Australia's pledgo of 'the. last man and tho last shilling' to aid Great Britain and her Allies. . 2. To oncourage recruiting nnd to un dertake to. those who; go to fight the enemy abroad, that the L...

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 — 23 October 1915

rrJfl^-Jtot til* XpBTa^OfA^ P Bydnejr, and' Published by Jock Michael Myri s, Tb» &Ia'»to»3,

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SNAPSHOTS OF THE DARDANELLES CAMPAIGN, TAKEN BY AN OFFICER ON AN AUSTRALIAN TROOPSHIP AN AEROPLANE MANOEUVRING OVER MUDROS BAY, LEMNOS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 23 October 1915

?SNAPSHOTS OF THE ''DARDANELLES- CAMPA1GM,'; TAKEN ~ BY:~AM ' OFFICE! *. ON ; \. ? \ ' .AN AUSTRALIAN 'TROOPSHIP ' \ - '? ''- V ?'?*«.? AN AEROPLANE MANOEUVRING OVER MUDROS BAY, LEMNOS. A beautiful viow of Mudros Bay, Lemnos, showing a British submarine «.' - th8 foreground, and a number of troopsh.ps in tho distance. One of tha Allies' . aeroplanes is seen floating overhead.,

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOXING. DARCY v. CLABBY. To-Night's Qrtiat Content. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 23 October 1915

BOXING. DARCY y. CLABBY. To-Ntaht's Great Contest. Lea. Darcy Is a busy champion. Within . a few months he has defeated Jeff Smith, , Mick King, Eddie ' McGoorty, Billy Murray, and Fred. Dyer for the world's middleweight championship. To-night he will be pitted against James Clnbby, an other aspirant for1 the honors. Hitherto, tho. Sydney 'Hefereo'1 and the 'Sports- man' have been tho only papers to gho full credit to Darcy for his magnificent ' ?work. One .prominent critic has ex- ,t plained Darey'g victories by stating that his various . opponents did not show their ,'.'~,P true form; which is true-7Daroy'» superU % ority prevented them from doing so. ? ? ? 'i Dnrcy has gone from success to kuc '-? ^coos, and Clabby nil! find in him :i differ- Jt 'ent problem from any he has jet tried1 to- '_ - ;Soive. Tliero is no doubt that the Amen* 'v c«n is a remorlcably clever boxer, and olio ' ^ who has won many contests by the ICO. ~^ method, but Jeff Smith, Mick King, and 'J? Fred? Dyer, ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUMMER BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 23 October 1915

mm&ISm. BASEBALL. ? The summer baccbuHera, .who oompettj under tho ausp'*«'- of tho New ^outll AV*«!e3 ffntlonal Ltairuo, have settled idto their stride. Atthotish Sydney ( last year;* lireihiers) busily uexoirnted for Kt. Gt'Orfe, Ileichhardt'llluo Su.v r\p« kneed iltf'lculty inouUng* Petershnm by S tq- 4, ' The Sur- _ pitine of'.thft dsiy, however, wna Waverljey'* -.defeat of the ccin.-ilstcnt T^rlchhiti-dt nine. McQueen, the Wu\e*-U;- pitcher, htruck out; no fewer tlian elevrn Ke-Ufcs, McQueen is un Antferk'sn, .and bus as club- ' mate Jimmy Clabby. the fainoJs boTcr,. ^ who displayed eitolli-nt: form at bccoml . biiso^ Leichharilt recorded a ftlplo play. _ ' at the start. Coop«r, Herndon. onfl ' ,*^ ircQucf-n belnjfthe vlettci^ rt is pt«asln|f 4 5 .to record such it variety. - . . ' 'I

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 23 October 1915

TO-MORROW. The robin chants when the thrush is dumb, _ . ? . ? . Snow smooths a bed for the clover, Life flames anew, and days to come - Are sweet as tbe days that are over. The tide that ebbs by the mbon flows back. Faith builds on the ruins of sorrow, The halcyon flutters In winter's track, And night makes way for tho morrow. And over a. strain, of Joys the sum, Sings on In the heart of the lover — In death sines on — that days to come Arc sweet as the days that nro over! — F. E. Coates.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FASHION LETTER FROM LONDON. LONDON, August 23, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 23 October 1915

A FASHION LETTER FROM LONDON. (By RITA MACKENNAL). LONDON, August 23, 1915. i ft Dear .Betty,— v / » This August bids ffitr to be a record ; one; what -with tilling in our registration j- - papers, society weddings, .and now the i news that some of the big French houses ' Is are showing their new creations. With ,. ' , all this happening, . I simply can't ? tear ? ''. myself away from . town. ' , Foucette writes me that she is Just off -, _ to Furls for the private views of the new ^ season's fashions — I don't believe aunl t, ft' versal earthquake would stop. Foucette being present at those functions. 7 t At the present moment, she says she 1 , feels she deserves ' a V.C. at least — flho has .spent three days bravely ' ^ fighting for' her pasBporl, and 'yesterday she came away., victorious,' the' possessor - ^ ot a p'reclo\iij 'document.. ?'?? ' ' ' t ' THE UNIFORM DRESS. . : J I wonder if .you've read of tbe discus-! ? ?- «ions taking place here, as to whether 'we poor women ought...

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 — 23 October 1915

MADE ENTIRELY BY AUSTRALIAN LABOR. ??'???? ' ?'? NO GERMANS IN ANY WAY CONNECTED W5TH THE BEEWE1Y OS ITS MANAGEMENT. . ?'? '??'?- ?????' ????Tiiplfpr $& Cn ^wiliiP'V ?? ' ?';??'. '-??'.. . ' '' . ft claim thai FOSTER'S is the only Australian Lager which is brewed that baS ltf- connectiom with Germans— either naturalised or nnnatnralised. It's a National Drink and a National Sentiment that Prompts Australians to Drink it

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLDIERS THREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 23 October 1915

?UOTPgEB T&, JVXO. - . . ? ' ' ? ??*?? v: S I) I ?* II I R II S T- m R F ? F ? By L©I3ISE MHGK. {?-;?.?$ H'Vfim Oays!' , ? ??J; Vv fia 'flings' back his head, drawn a deep ? I''',; jArtfttB,. nh'd rernnlns Blaring lilts an 1m uj/rlti^olle lit the roof of the railway carriage, ? , '_. 'vfbr quite two minutes. I !?''.''?';' ?''TWii lie shako himself, draws another B ; i--d8ftJ-' breathy and soya isguln, »tlll starlng D authb'roof. . ? '_ - ? 'five days!' ? ' The train hnn fctartcd now out Into the Bt nlirht. We have left Folkestone well he rn. ?'.'?' Jllfil). TVs hftvo nullfid down nil tho blinds ? ' becauKo n proclamation commiuuls us to I .-?'. do so, and we are softly, yet swiftly rnsh ? : Ing through the cool, sweet-smelling E»s I '-:? . )Uh country, back -towards cood old Vlc R . torl(i Station, where all continental trains I ' must notv make their arrivals and depar I ??? ,.'? tuws;.; ? ._ ? I ?' '-?-vP^Ve. y°u ')ecn wounded,; Blr?' asks an' I ; t°W 'W?y 'n ' Weer hluck ...

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 — 23 October 1915

EAU'DE COLOGNE Is obtainable ? ' AT ALL CHEMISTS.

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 — 23 October 1915

'??;? . ^| .' ...-?- - .tfffll^^ A WOOD FfBRB SPECIALLY ADAPTED fcr rs ' -j4 J& ^MlmW&Zdf^^ in *be Comiaoil*weaUfa in the erection of WALLS (^jy^JfS^BW^^^ and CEILINGS of— ^k^M^^^ WAREHOUSES OFFICES CBUECDES @W^P^^^ MODEL DWELLINGS HOTELS CLlfB BUILDINGS iiS&jis^W BILLIARD ROOMS BUNGALOWS MANSIONS ^gp^^ . ' Or WEEK-END COTTAGES. ''' ' (3CANDIA ' Board la supplied In usual BUILDING SIZES and ' SCANDIA ' Is far more satisfactory than either FlBItOl'S or In various thicknesses and strengths. It Is CHEAPER, other CEMENT or PLASTER, or LATH and PI ASTPB* nti.i STRONGER and more DURABLE- than any other like is CHEAPKR than cither. material oii the market, and, being Absolutely IMPERVIOUS 'SCANDIA ' Is a NON-CONTRACTOR ?which mnkw u ™- to MOISTURE.. Is particularly suitable for .'WALLS and Ucularly suitable for EXTERNALWUXS CEILINGS. ... ' SCANDIA 'ims the NATURAL GRAIN of the wood; nnd can 'SCANDIA' will not chip, crack or disintegrate, -and is very 'e ?''' '» sll0...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Do You Take Mustard? The Acting Premier. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 23 October 1915

[?] By The MAD MULLAH. The' Acting Premier. ? When is the Premier ' acting? This was the question asked in tho Legislative Assembly the~'other day.'. Someone re ferred . to_ Mr, Conn' as the Acting Premier. Mr. Conn, being a Just man and modest withal, said that he was not Acting-Premier- until Mr. Holnmn was out of the State. This view was1 supported by ? another* member, - who re-' marked that the only acting Premier was Mr. Holman himself. Perhaps there was some, confusion .with tbe other Mr. Hoi-, man, who is really an actor,. and is shortly! to -recite Macbeth. On the other hand, perhaps there wasn'f '' ' ': 'Horatio, thou art e'en as just a man As e'er my conversation ' coped 'withal.'! _ ' ' .'? ?' ? '.;?' ' ' ?-.??? ?' ..#?:'?? .' . ;'?.' '' The Bishop's Dilemma. ' ' : The Bishop of Melanesia, who arrived In: Sydney during the week. Is a keen golfer. He says that an hour or two on the links helps him -to understand human' nature.: He. once played a round w!thsa' stranger, wh...

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 — 23 October 1915

FfliMLilL LULIUiCci EtAFEtlis.^ 'I '? '..' Recommend the use of . HE AN'S (*=r) I SSERftE _: ; ' THE GREAT MONEY-SAVING EEMEDY FOK::;;.:; ' . '? \ ' H Coughs, €®!Mr ,^ ' ;' ???'; /;^^ ' ___^_____-__l_ HEAN'9 ESSENCE is a concentrated nledicine of the highW. therapentio.; value. , w&ijyoae ,can add ^it to reqWsite wrater anil swe6t-!ninff'.in/thW o^iilionio,. ihe COSf 2/' .knowledge pf the 'qualified chemist Is required. o^ily in. iliB prepar4tion 'of ^-actual ? . mcdiciiMil ingredients. By doing the diluting yoxfarself, j^pn can prepaarb a-pint of « -a/ ready-td-usemixture'in a few minutes, and 'aaye lbsi A pint bfVOTdioaty cough ^ &V2S III/ '? ' ' mixturesput up in eightof the usual flisod bottles) cold at cighteenpe£oe each, Would ? ? J cost 12^ ISEl^HTS ESSENCE costs only ,2s. ' Money baano't' buy it better nfedticine. '''.-'? '' :y ''.,:-' ''? '''? '?''' \ ' ' ''''J' '♦'????-? ??;?'=? .?_*;? y -« -;'?:?;' ' '?''?' ' ?'?* ?'-?'?',?'' ),?' .' ' 'i$~L--\ iffS/?* ' '...

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 — 23 October 1915

Iff WE POST *THE : MIRROR '^| lif-fa Any part of Australia , Jl; ? =. ~for 2/e; I - V .--'FOR .8IX.MONJTH8. ' M If SEE SUBSCRIPTION FORM ON II ' 'W''' ''*—'' ^ PAUSE 15. ' - - - j

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR HUNS. "THE MIRROR" CAMPAIGN ENDORSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 23 October 1915

? 6tttflUN& : 'THE/MIRROR' CAMPAIGN- : ' ENDORSEti. ? 1 ^JWa' havo received a 'Iargo'number'- of Iciters'frpm all over the Commonwealth, cohgratulatinff -''Thei Mirror' 'on the stand it has taken regarding Huns resi dent in Australia. It is qulto impossible to find space for all .the letters we havo received on this subject, but we give one or two examples in ' order to show the trend of public feeling in the matter. 'R.B.,' Annandale-Btrect, Annandale, writes:— ? ! ' ?-. ?'?- ? ?? ? ? , 'Your, determined efforts to bring the Federal -Government, which Is responsible for the safety, of Australia, to a proper way of thought, and action, deserves, the respect of all' citizens,- who are seized with the gravity \ of Uh? situation as regards alton enemies.' Slay your bright, pat riotic,, and really .'readable paper achieve the position- It merits in the; esteem of the' people; You'r\ exposure of thb''mef thods adopted by tho German eecrct ijer-. vice, ia Australia, and your strai...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMAN AND THE HOME. SOME SMALL DETAILS OF GOOD COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 23 October 1915

WOMAN AND THE HOME {6OMi~8MAtLDETAIU8 OF'gOOD i V COOKERY.' ' . By 'THALTA.' ; ;\ ; '.Cookery, after nil, ' Is only an art ; that %' ? becomes useful and. perfect by constant J' practice. Ajjd I feel certain that it la : the V stnall details which make the art. ./In ?'?;?.. making this assertion I would also .ask ; - tnoso interested. In cookery. to. reniember ;'? ''??-. that It Is not. always enough to ;haye ';-?-?? l^rnt'the\ necessary tngredlents and quantities of food, but to expend some ;.* cire arid 'attention oh the manner of mix-. t - ln|t them, and to. watch carefully their .;??'. p^Qgress during -the cooking process. The, ' nfflnagerhent and. the fire- deBeryo equal! .attention, for they cannot be regulated - -without .practice and observation. Thero v, ojre also five rather Important ' things to i i ' bp', remembered; . ' ??'?-': ,? ? - H: h(i) That tho art of. 'seasoning Is dlffl ','?*/ chit and Important.-. ? The ? average cook ,-?';; tfcinka that anyone, can. 'season,-...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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