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TEDDY TAIL IN PUZZLEDOM [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917

TEDDY TAIL IN PUZZLEDOM Mr. Bunny suddenly began to disappear beneath the silk hat and Teddy Tail was frightened. Just then I saw the conjurer I'd met when in the maze. I cried, 'Heln ! Bunny's 'neath this hat and it I cannot raise.' The conjurer said, 'He's going home. Cheer up, it's quite all right.' Then as he cried, 'Hey, presto !' Bunny vanished from my sight.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR BUSY FINGERS A DECORATED NAIL BRUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917

FOR BUSY FINGERS A DECORATED NAIL BRUSH. Kail IhukIics arc fnirly cx|k-ii-Jvu jutt now, hut with a Jltllt' urtMie deeorsilfoii tlic ordinary wooden vim van lie tiinii'J into a tlilnc of beauty. When lnyiii(i one of 1ljc«t- Iiiui-Iii-p, rlioc* oitp with hs vliltu 11 I-ne1- I'.h poKvllilc, thru rnli tin.' lurl; und KidoK with Hinil|iu|icr until iirrftelly nuonth «ml even to the touch. Till1 brnOicR k- united niuy now be drcoMti'd with v«-ry little trouble mid c-xiH-ii-ie. The di-rwuHnii on the 1 'ru si 1 ill the Mickh rim. lie done ii.v two incl 1k.i1; : oik- by tmaiis of a nukcr. the other by muiii-i of 11 black Main. it is not ]m'P(*iii'.v to hnvi1 a iifiiirr-wcrl: iiimcIiIiic to work tlio deslirn; a kiiittlim iin-dln hcatcil In tlic (lame of » -«nil1f will ttiikwcr J11M a-: well. The |if«i(r«-i may la 1m? 11 little lunirer than by a t-oker inui-hiiic but Unit Jb it detail. KOll Till! MONOfillAM. Finl or «U draw jiii ovji J dmne in llio rrntrp of tlif* brurii back. Itniilu the fbnpn...

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 — 6 October 1917

MUTUAL HELP BUREAU [Requests for information should be ad dressed Aunt Betty, Mirror, Sydney.] It is not generally known thai i'CTTr poverod with boil Ing water, and allowed to stand tor five minutes, are more nourishing and easier digested than vpge placed in boiling water and allowed to boil furiously for three and a half minutes, A USE FOR OLD TABLECLOTHS.— The beRt pieces of old tablcclotliB, if cut into cqnnrefi and carefully hem stitched, do excellently to spread over the cloth where the meat-dish usually (stands. The carver is very apt to koii mu part Touiiu mu uibii, ana hub piuu uui-u kiyub u clean cloth a longer lease of life. CHEAP HORBEKADISH SAUCE.— Doreen (Braidwood): Cream, an you Bay is rather expensive these hard timee, but the following is quite tlic best substitute for cream I have come across : Thicken a little milk with flour, making it about the tame thickness as a good rich cream. Then add vinegar, sngrnr, and lire horse radish. Toilet (Cremorne) : There are s...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOME DRESSMAKING A SLUMBER SUIT [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917

HOME DRESSMAKING A SLUMBER SUIT Here Is a pattern for a dainty slumber suit, a style which has quite overshadowed the ordinary pyjama suit in popularity. It »s more easily made up and certainly becoming to the ?wearer: The pattern Is in Iliroc piece*, *U«rvo, font* anil front mid lei. Tiio pulton for 1lio frill *t jw!( ami snklr In not Included, but in u ciowiwiw! ulrlp of material tlirr-- imlits wide, or lute i-IlRlrll.v withered nil round. MKTJ10D OV CUTTING,— Kuld your maierlul wilh tlic u-Jvwlewi tORrlher, Jinil wt «lie tieeve oil l}ic lcnjjih VHV HHURlit. mia me remwmuy; iijhi.itj.ii juji mum lo'eut «ic ancli-odRO ol ttic Ktiriiunt. Fold the K-tnuiniuR material for Uic Uaek which it cut oil the jVnirtliwiiy elruSjjlit. MBTHOD OF MAlilNO.—loin Hie icR-Mams, felling U10 taw cOgeit. Hen the lower or angle-edge, mid just above thin run a putliwiiifc' tliread. draw up the fullness -o the required tdise and h1«c wilh laee or n iniu-lin frill. Sew a wmiiiB over 1lic pitJiers to give f...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FROCKING AT RANDWICK FASHION'S LATEST DECREES. WEIRD SUNSHADES AND JUMPER BLOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917

FROCKING AT RANDWICK FASHION'S LATEST DECREES. WEIRD SUNSHADES AND JUMPER BLOUSES. To be quite in the fashion these days it is necessary, judging from sartorial exhibitions at Randwick, to possess at least one sunshade of extraordinary shape and hue; to be beyond reproach in the Fashion one must possess one of these attributes to match each frock. A few years ago a sunshade was an instru ment of adornment whose shape was as con sistent and unalterable as the laws of the Medes and Persians, and the only possible chance of lending it variety was to choose a cover of brighter hue or tic a bow on its handle. Nowadays anything that is a com posite of a handle, a ferrule and a scrap of material is a sunshade. Some look like minia ture pagodas, some like exploded bonbons, and others like Japanese umbrellas aler they have undergone a severe process of pruning. Miss Marjorie Rouse, who is the nearest ap proach to a Vogue model outside America, paraded one of the latter kind on Monday at Rand...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917

^™ ? ? ^ IT IS OF THE GREATEST IM PORTANCE FOR WOMEN TO STUDY THEIR FIGURE. MANY WOMEN WHO HAVE A REALLY GOOD FIGURE DO NOT MAKE THE MOST OF ITS CHARMING CONTOURS BY WEARING RE LIABLE AND WELL-CUT CORSETS. ALL ESSENTIAL FEATURES THAT SCIENCE CAN PRODUCE, NOT ONLY BY FOLLOWING THE NATURAL FIGURE LINES. BUT TO ENSURE TO THE WEARER A PLEASING AND CHARMING OUT LINE ARE EMBODIED IN THE British-Made NAUTILUS CORSETS EVERY WOMAN KNOWS THAT AN ATTRACTIVE FIGURE FORMA TION IS ESSENTIAL TO A DAINTY DRESS EFFECT, THEREFORE THE FOUNDATION, 'THE CORSET,' MUST BE DESIGNED ON THE HIGHEST' STANDARD OF EXCEL LENCE. British-made NAUTILUS ARE WITHOUT DOUBT -THE BEST EXPRESSION OF CORSET PRE EMINENCE, AND ENSURE TO THEIR WEARERS BEAUTY OF FIGURE, COMFORT AND COM PLETE SATISFACTION.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917

Last Eight Weeks — -This Competition Closes on November 30 —? £25 SECOND PRIZE. £100 FIRST PRIZE. I £10 THIRD PRIZE. A wiv nvr '??' MAY nv THTr«Tr i ? — — ___________________________ ? ? , — . ? bliLUKb 0IpJ!£|E 20 20 £5 £5 xT To °™S°EF - for PRIZES PRIZES SPECIAL SPECIAL PRIZES PRIZES valSaIlb YOU AT £1. AT 10/- LADIES' PRIZE. SOLDIERS' PRIZE. AT 5/- AT 2/6. prizes. Till- SPECIAL PRIZES WILL BU AWARDED TO LADIES AND SOLDIKHS lU'.SPECTlVKl.Y. BUT TllF.Y WILL ALSO IIP. ELIG1BLK FOR THE OTIIEB PUIZES. SPECIAL FACILITIES AV1LL BE GIVEN TO S0LDIEK3 and i:i;.un:ns living in kemote distmcts. w m EXAMPLES OF BULLETS ISA^U IP A RflfAI/lP niTf I r'l»fl miST AXZAC DIVISION. -JXOIJ! SAM, STRONGLY nECOMMENDED. HIBw/ 9 91 iVfl/tBCh Hill Dm IV Germany is uuxcitv. oehman iioiucs ik in doubt ilvll* ill lwlMI\ri DULiIjIM&I TlIK 8TIUCETS Ol' SYDNEY. BILLY HUGHES HEW It NI!t- SOLDI EM. ftAWV IV 1'JiIWtl 1/UUUJJ1U A SOLDlElfS LIKE. ~ . THE KAISEU IIOWSS. SOUKTIIINCJ TO 'I liMEMBEX UIG AUSTRALIA...

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 On the Lawn. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917

Through the Eyes of a Woman :: :: THE WEEK'S GOSSIP On the Lawn. The Spring Race meeting which will con clude to-morrow, has been a brilliant success. Saturday and Monday the lawns were packed, and the display of race frocks was pic turesque and charming. They are described in detail elsewhere. Coat frocks in a combina tion of two colors seemed to be the popular fashion, navy blue and lnne gaining a good first. A quaint costume introduced a skirt of cretonne, with a hat of the same material, the blouse being a simple white one. The Freak Costume. Ramlwick generally produces a freak costume, and this year it was fashioned in a startling green confection with shoes to match, the high heels studded with brilliants. The butterfly sun shade which accompanied the costume looked in the distance as if it had been out in the recent Wednesday's gale. A Sydney SinKer. Miss Lilian Mitchell, a Sydney singer who lias been training in London, arrived home last week. Miss Mitchell, I hear, sang at ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN'S WORK FOR THE RETURNED SOLDIERS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917

WOMEN'S WORK FOR THE RETURNED SOLDIERS By JEAN NEWTH. The great sicrm left much damage at the soldiers' settlement at French's Forest, where roofs leaked and one was partially lifted off. Chicken houses and brood houses lost roofs, and the eggs in incubators spoiled. One settler lost 170 cbs!' in this way, also eleven baby pigs born the day before — a great loss. j The Cricketers' Cottage. I After only ei&ht weeks' industry, the tenant of this cottage is running 160 fowls, also 60 ducks. He is indebted to Mr. J. Rhodes (whose pupil he considers himself) for his splendid suc cess. Carefully preserving the native trees, he has built the hen boxes beneath their shelter. The part set aside for the ducks has a^ long low of boxes made of tins with the sides cut open, and a stretched gable shaped over a heap of clean sand for the eggs. A large tree here was uprooted by the storm, but the stable and other sheds were unharmed. The enclosures for poultry are further protected by small...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917

HAIR SPECIALIST, BERNARD KAY. Treating Scurf, Dandruff, Scarp Troubles, anj Falling Hair, at 31 Bent-st., Sydney, 'near Botanical Gardens. PILES. For all forms of Rectal Irritation, Protruding, or Bleeding Pllei, our Combined Pile Treatment bus no equal. Never fails to give relief, und has cured sufferers of many years. When every other remeilv fails, send 10/0 for month's supply. May ho used by either sex. A lady writes:— Your remedy is truly wonderful. My husband is delighted with remit, all tenderness and biimiii!; having quite dtuipucnrrd. LADIES' COUiiOTK OV HEALTH, U Ov(Ord-street, i SYDNEY, lilablished 20 years.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917

i ' — ? — — ? — -v 1 MIRROR FREE PATTERN I Name ? | StreetandNo ? j Town and State .; ? October 6, 1917. No. 65. U 1 ft — — - - The 'Mirror' of Fashion Pitt Street Horderns'. NI^Y.,c?,PRINfi ANn SUMMER PATAl.or.Ut! JLLUSTIIATES T1IK LATEST IUKAS IN GOWNS AND HATS. Send for your copy. It's post free HORDERN BROTHERS 203-211 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. . 'c ij When Writing Please Kvnllon Tkie Tajicr. THE QUAKER GIRLS' TEAROOM DAINTY AND EXCLUSIVE. M0IIK1NC AKTI3HXOON, TEAS AND LU.NCHCON. 1IOME-XUDE CAKES. 152 3rd FLOOR, STRAND ARCADE, SYDNEY (Pitt Street Lift.)

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO LADIES re SUPERFLUOUS HAIRS I with to eiiP|ihii*lM- mi the inodi'tJMliin of my Iit*. Tl» phiiioiiiiniil Miei-em of m.v pi lid in.1 wiiminl'i modern!* vhuigin, «Ku tlio dUtri'ttliig ivhi^h 1 lii'iir iliilly fix-Ill JilllirllK «OlJ ™. .ffiHMSk. Jt*. lu'vo iii en i-»)iuif- i^ _^'^5^v V, . wilh Hit If udtan. ^ J . . V .V* tiige.. la th.-iii'chcd, S* ' ? AP Morlidanl fi-cs f'T I ^ ^ ?. «. v /ilrclr'.ilyi'lii work M \'' -j(f ^aBc^v ^ ra&V. dune, aBL O& 52?4) fl§GlK&k IJiditv, thi ro i* Mmvjsa t^y$mW thw work ««?«»»? ^^B?& *** /«SS^^ fiiiii-l haven Ihwo'iKli ? j,, «. II '\ ^ Inking «- urn)'' O- V\ -k. 1L_ iV* »'«'wi'«J» to ilcitri) VA ll^idni**51'- --v lll1o- ilyiw °'1-r Oj. V^^Jgki ^ imjderii r-iui|)tiirnt ; ti\ t$T (^ ''li0 u '''''' '''''*' \2k ^O thelir, prexpntlnt ^* * pain and scut liny. My (ixtt-i-.Tvc medical vxihtIiiicc extended to every patient. lle.inlliip-s. l^ilvacy, ami Every Antlteptlo niensuro Biiurantwd. 200 SUPEHKLUOI'S H...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917

COMMONWEALTH S^^fe OF AUSTRALIA. ..... £20,H,0BD 4? per cent. WAR LOAN, 192/. SUBSCRIPTION LIST CLOSES 2ND NOVEMBER; 1917. The Loan ie for VV/^n purposes only. ( BONDS will 1* InmimI In itiiionntN of £10, £00, £100, «600 mid £1000, pnyuiile 4o litarer. STOCK v III lie ln-' ?i-IIm-iI In nuioiinfi of £100 urn! nnilllplcd ot £1O aliove £100, mid imiKfm will lie FltBli fit nil STMill1 UlITY. BONDS find IN8CRIDED STOCK will bo oxompt from the operation of Wealth Levy, If imy, und will lie ncc*|il«l ut pur In pn- niriit of i'rolmt« (vnil StioeewiloM Duly due to the I'oiiiinoiiHcitltii, INTEREST In piyulile half-i'mittl, In I'ltKH ol STATE and COMMONWEALTH 1NC0MIC TAX, ' m pujahlc free ol exclinti(;e ut nny Hank or SUte SkvIubu Uiuik. T1IK COMU0NWICAI.T1I BANK OP A1JST11A1.IA I' nuthorli-cd on tirliali of tile TllKASUKKIt OV Till! COMMONWEALTH OP AUSTRALIA to receive application* for the nlrove l-onn. INSTALMENTS Payable as under t £10 pep cent, on application j820 per cent. 1st February, ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE LIMELIGHT LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. Cyril Maude's New Plays. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917

1 l^i 111 VL* ^^^. LATEST THEATRICAL- GOSSIP I5Y SUZANNE. Cvril Maude's New Plays. It ib many years since I saw Mr. Cyril Maude taking 'the part of Sir Peter Teazle in the School for Scandal, and it was a great pleasure to see him at the Criterion Theatre last Saturday in a part for which he is justly famous. I was interested, not merely in re calling old memories of a finished performance, but in contrasting the writings of an Irish wit of a century and' a half ago with the work of a modern Irish playwright in the person of . G. A. Birmingham. Australian audiences had already appreciated Mr. Maude's characterisa of the old man in Grumpy, and as Sir Peter, he continued an impression which will live long in the memories of Australian playgoers. An Unwise Selection. Having had the good fortune to see Wini fred Emery (Mr. Cyril Maude's wife) take the part of Lady Teazle, it would perhaps be un fair to compare her acting with Miss Dorothy Cumming's performance. This good-looking young A...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917

|| THE PLAYHOUSE CASTLEREAGH STREET (Late Little Theatre), NIGHTLY. AT 8. MATINEE, SATURDAY, AT 2. SYDNEY JAMES Submits THE. NEW SIN By B. MACDONALD HASTINGS. POPULAR PRICES : A/, 3/. 21, !/? :: The Mascottes Fancy Costumes :: *' WE HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK OF FANCY COSTUMES IN AUS ^ : TRALIA. CATERING FOR BALLS, OPERAS, CARNIVALS, ETC. IN- . . -; SPECTION INVITED. PRICES REASONABLE. ;; ;; ? COUNTRY ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. ; ; ? '? MANNING CHAMBERS [[ «? 449 Pitt Street, Sydney t 'Phones City: 1318, 7634 '?}_ ►♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦^♦♦♦♦♦?♦-♦-^♦♦♦^♦♦♦^ TIVOLI NIGHTLY AT 8. . MATINEE, SAT., AT 2.30. Hurry Illckiinl* Tivoli TlicuUcn, Ltd. Governing Director .. .. 1H'(JH I). MelNTOSIL DIVERTING AND VARIED VAUDEVILLE SECOND TO NONE. SENSATIONAL SUCCESS OV 'I'll 12 TJVOLl'S NEW SHOW. RUTH BUDD, .. CLYDE COOK, CAMILLE TRIO, The (Jiflie IliHllniit Comedy Acrobats. With the Smile. Hum-ing Comedian. THE SHELDONS, THURBER AND THURBER, NOVEL ACltOBATS. NOVELTY* ARTISTS. MARTIN AND BOGGS, EDNA ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917

PALACE THEATRE. KVRHV EVENING AT 7.45. MATINEE WEDNESDAY. Rrtiu-i, of J. nnd N.' TAIT'S I'OPlhAlf NEW MUSICAL COMEDY CO, Including BAHRY LUPINO. 'THE WHITE CHRYSANTHEMUM.' - A Musical Extravaganza from Old Japan, Plan at Nicholson's.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOOD-NIGHT. Mary Gilmore. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917

GOOD-NIGHT. Mary Gilmore. (fond ninlit ! . . . My ilurling sleeps fo fm:r,.l -htf e;:nnol heal' me where ,-hr lie-: White lilies watch the elcxd eves red m-es yn.ir.l the folded liumls ' ' .... t.'ood iiinht, my iiwiij (JimI knows we lovnl *Q well, I lu.l all things el-e seemed s-lidil— We part forrvcr in the iii(.'ht we i»n poor tuiils wire loved m) well.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SEA-MAIDEN. Dowell O'Reilly. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917

THE SEA-MAIDEN. Dowell O'Reilly. O. (lie fr.wance of earth, and tin- -oiik of tin- 'ca, And the Hfilil of the heavens, ale only three Of the thousand Tories that Low eaii tiM.e— in her life, and her mhiI, and her luantiliil race.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HAPPY CREEK. J. B. O'Hara. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917

HAPPY CREEK. J. B. O'Hara. The lit: lc enek iuhs winding Tlmmuh C'imw ot while ai.d line ; A silver arm Around the farm H Iliiitt--. a li'vu- live : And MiHIy, Hhcri- tin- viMiiji I. an, It sin;:s K.I, sweet and low) \ lov-r'» mh.i:. And wind, alunj: yfen- );-|i|y lo.ers l:i:o.».

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917

T^l.OCl'TION', Or.ilory, DrfiiiMtic Art, Plrlurc Actinn, -* MUMPnl Monologues, Klocutioii of Sung, Scenario WritiiiR for Picture l'lays, 1'ublie Speaking. Stuttering mid MiijDiDcnnfc' Cured. MR. WALTUCR BENTLEV offri'K a tlioroiiKii training in any of tin se m'l.iect*. Among Jtr. ltrntley's many uieoe.ssful |.n|.i's arc liluM ))oiothy (,'ininniiiK, Kileeii Kobimon, S.xlv'a Ukimit, Kstlier MiUliol), Nanejc Stewart, ini.l n li- M of ither*. Oil! at the Studio, I'KKZANCK ClIAMUKItS, i'J KU2A UJi'J'Jl STKKLT (n.ar lluiitn-sirtetj.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
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