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THROUGH AUSTRALIAN WILDS XV.==Difficulties of the Pioneer FOLLOWING UP THE CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
THROUGH AUSTRALIAN WILDS XV.==Difficulties of the Pioneer (Specially written for the Mirror by FRANCIS B1RTLES.) FOLLOWING UP THE CREEK. Choosing the country most suitable for easy travelling we found that an open clay belt fol lowed the coastal sandridges on one side. On the other inland side were dense scrub thickets. Finding that we could not get across a salt creek, we ran down to its mouth looking for fresh water. It was sunset as we reached the sandy beach and too late to look around for 'soaks.' Clive was complaining about a headache and was thirsty. I gave him some quinine and a drink out of our scanty supply of water. Next morning one blackboy had gone to look for water. The other one offered to show me where we could get some inland, but how far I could not understand. Clive was now in a bad way with ague and malaria, and was thirsty and too ill to travel. Leaving him in the care of the other boy, who had. returned without finding anything, I set out following up the salt ...
OLD COINS AND BOOKS MIRROR READERS' SPECIMENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
OLD COINS AND BOOKS MIRROR READERS' SPECIMENS. Mrs. W. Caughey (Croydon): 'I have coins ? similar to those mentioned in The Mirror o£ 'j Sept. 22. One coin is dated 1799, Georgiual1 ' III., Dei. Gratia Rex ; on the other side tha ! .word Brkannia. Two are of Georgius IV., ? dated 1826. I also have, among other coins in| my possession, a fourpence piece, Queen Vic- ' toria, dated 1854. Wishing your paper every] ' ' tuccess.' ' ' A.M. (Wollongong) : Can you tell me what is the coin I have in my possession ? Descrip tion is as follows : On one side is the head of '? some king, and Georgius II. Rex ; on reverse ? bide are the latters R.N.I. A., and a 'harp with ' a crown on top, and the date 1760. Also, two other coins identical with those described by, C. Boesen, one dated 1800, slightly larger than ' half-a-crown, and the other dated 1806. A. J. Wright (Lidcombe) : Having noticed : in the Mirror a number of persons having coins over 100 years old, strange to say 1 have one of the same...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
A MESSAGE FROM ONE OF SYDNEY'S PROMINENT BUSINESS WOMEN jggkm MADAME PEARCE, who conducts Madame Irene's Salon, Castlereagh-street, opposite the Hotel Australia, is ^ *§™$? one of Sydney's best-known business women. She recently returned from a 10 weeks' visit to New York. During iJllliili & ^* that time General Joffre and Mr. Balfour were being feted, and her principal, Madame Irene, who belonged to the JifiiiilL* French Patriots' League, received a card of invitation to a reception given by New York's citizens to the distinguished ^111111111$?^ ^ guests. Madame Pearce, who accompanied Madame Irene, describes Mr. Balfour as an English gentleman whose ^T^^^^^ v i whole demeanor suggested an ancestry of generations of culture. General Joffre she describes- as a typical great f ' , man, with a wonderful rugged face, and bearing the indelible impress of tire Titanic struggle lie has been engaged in. ! \ ^ The speeches of the two great men were listened to in a tense silence, an...
SNAPSHOTS OF HOLIDAY SCENES BY THE MIRROR PHOTOGRAPHER [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
SNAPSHOTS OF HOLIDAY SCENES BY THE MIRROR PHOTOGRAPHER ...i , - n* ? -V ? ?-.- ? (1) Mr. and Mrs. Adam McCay. (2) Dr. and Mrs. Osborne Riddcll and Dr. Ayres (with his tongue out), (3) Mrs. Tom Rolin (on the right). ('1) Group of actors and actresses who worked for War Chest Day. Reading from left to right, Mr. Alfred Frith, Mr. Harry Burcher, Miss Marie Eaton, Miss Maude Fane, Mr. Talleur Andrews. (5) Ranee of Pudukota, with her sister. Miss Fink. (6) Miss Carrie Lancely, the singer. (7) Paying-out at the Tote. (8) Mrs. Spencer Brunton (on left).
AN INTERESTING PRESENTATION TO THE LORD MAYOR FOR WAR CHEST WORK [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
AN INTERESTING PRESENTATION TO THE LORD MAYOR FOR WAR CHEST WORK Group taisen at the Sydney Town Hall last week on the occasion of a presentation to the Lord Mayor for his valuable efforts on behalf of the War Chest Fund. The names are, reading from left to right :— Mr. S. H. Bowden, Mr. T. W. Bremner, Mr. W. G. Layton, Mr. Uther, Mr. Herbert Clarke, Mr. E J Sievers, Mr. G. Mason Allard, Hon. H. Y. Braddon, Mr. R. Stanton, Lady Mayoress, Mr. C. A. Le M. Walker, Lord Mayor, Mr. J. Lcsch, Mr. M. Carrick (Lord ' Mayor's ordeily).
THE OWNER OF THE HAT TOOK A WARLIKE (H)ATTITUDE ! [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
THE OWNER OF THE HAT TOOK A WARLIKE (H)ATTITUDE ! a' Oh- J ,say' wliat a nobby napper-cove !' tootled Algy BMOh!'f1S nC BaVe the hat of the fair damsel he couldn't see, but badly wanted to, a ttap with his cane. But he got ail he wanted — and more. 2. — 'Are you torking to me, face ?' she twittered, as she bobbed up and showed a dial that would stop a clock. And then she bared her beautiful biceps, a-nd, hopping over the breakwater ? 3. — Went for Algy a treato. 'You've got to go through it.' she yelled. And Algy had to — so much so that all the onlookers could see was a cloud of dust, out of v/hicli the howls of Algy going through i; biirsi: on their listeners.
THE BOW-WOW SENT HIM ON THE WRONG SCENT! [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
THE BOW-WOW SENT HIM ON THE WRONG SCENT! 1. — 'We're on the scent !' said P.C. Waggles. 'I knew that our faithful tripehound would do the trick. We shall have the bold, bad burgular in less than no time !' 'Sniff, sr.iff !' went the tripehourd, 2. — 'Phew ! It's hot work fo'owini» this beast around !' groaned Waggles, after folk wing the scent fof about ten miles. 'But I think we're getting nearer. He's hot on the miscreant's trail !' 'Ah ! Now we've got him ! he exclaimed, as the tripe hound came to a sudden halt. But it was only a road mender toasting a kipper; alter all. The tripehound had scented the kipper from alar.
THE ADVENTURES OF BEATRIX BUTTERCUP [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
THE ADVENTURES OF BEATRIX BUTTERCUP 1. — Dear Boys and Girls, — Wot a life this is I What with bill-pushers and 'awkers coming round to the 'ousc every five minutes it's enough to send a pusson dotty, blest if it ain't ! And I thought when. I'd stuck a notice up it 'ud stop 'em. But it didn't. 2. — In fact, 'ardly 'ad me 'ammer doi.e knock- j ing in the nails, when I 'ears a f»llow-me-lad ] slouching up the path. So I got a nice dose j of soapsuds and a squirter, and hied me ; to the letter-box. Then I loaded up. Sure ? enough, it was another of 'em. . j 3. — 'Hignore me notice, would yer ?' tootles I to me. 'Set little Beatrix at defiance, would -yer?' Presently he began a-fumbling. One, ' two, three — up to twelve bits b' paper I counted coming through the box. Then I let fly. 'Take that !' said I, as I sent ? 4. — The soapsuds through the slot. 'That'll teach yer,' I said, 'to defy the iaws and regu lations laid down ' y Beatrix Buttercup.'
THE FIRST GALE AND A TREACHEROUS DEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
THE FIRST GALE AND A TREACHEROUS DEED. The Cape Horn swung clear of soundings and struck away for the open Atlantic. Twenty four hours' grace was given to the new hands in which to recover from the prostrating effects cf mal de merj after that they were summoned en deck and compelled to bear a part in the work that was going forward.' The keen salt fcir did more to dispel Syd's and Roy's qualms than the somewhat stuffy atmosphere of the half-deck, and though, a day and a nig'n alter they were turned-to, the weather began to slier, iney never again Knew wiifit Gea-sieicness | was. They had been through «!-e mill, and j were cured. But with one or two of the other j youngsters it was different. They not only I took a long time to recover; th?y also suffered j frequently on other occasions. ! The first thing Syd did on finding his sea- j legs — he blessed Sammy Longstat'fe's advice to j procure rubber boots when he saw Briggs, who j ctuck to leather footwear, rush like a rocket to : le...
SONS OF THE SEA READ THIS FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
^^ J 1 '''^ v I /Wp' I ««*_ -; RrCAPTiBANIvH SH^ H1*.A1- THIS FinsT. — ' In tlic flrM |iUui- vou will On well to (.ft tlic pro \1oiik Ihkik'k -il Hit' .Minor mid rend tliia Mwy from (lie I* IIIHlrlH'l'IIU'Ml. It in tUO KWll (0 Illlns Kl IIIIK'll UN U line. IIimt.v I.entJli'ii wiin » null bn.v, u* iiiIm'IiIcviiui tin 4 monkey, utiil u nootl -U'Ul t rJtUhi. lie luul worn out moron til Kiliool iiini-n — or tlir.y luul Ihtii worn out on lilui— iwllooint'ii Iniil Ircturoil iiliii, mill liU l.ith'i' luul lieiitt'd him baill.v to try auO make film licttcr. lie \vi- I'l.liupp.v i.viv|it when in trundle. Ills utnliitioii was to po to Ki'ii, II Jk ilium, Ko.v UiiIIIiIiiv, wut (julmf to lie 11 tailor, ami Sjil HruiiUin minted to ho one. Wt me Introduced to the three Im.ve, unit to another wliom, In tin' course of iiMul print Ice, the.v neurl.v ciuvoil to lx- urowtieu. fc.vd and Hoy remto Sam. r\vd ninety nomu lll-efl'eets from 11n- irnruc, but niter III* reiover.v i» allowed In ki tn nil, ii s...
THE MIRROR OF SPORT HOUSE, FOOT, AND MARINE Frail Favorites. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
- * TTiFi E _rm. HORSE, FOOT. AND MARINE -By Our Correspondents. Trail Favorites. 1 Not all the good things got home on Wed nesday — a day on which there is usually a fair chance of redeeming losses incurred on the two preceding days. True, three actual favo rites won, but Dunacles only took that place at the death after Bundong — meeting him 161b better — had caused a ton of the needful to go into the bags. Modesto hurt, as did Biplane, but there was lots of salve in the other events. JPlffce Pinching. ! Wednesday saw some of the submarine jpiace bettors in their element, and this was especially noticeable in the Craven Plate. Al though 10's bar two was called, any man who could get 2 to I a place anything bar East court was entitled to have his ticket framed in gold. Even allowing that the full quarter odds should not be expected undet1 such tramped straigh';-out conditions, 6 to 4 about horses that were 12 and 14 to 1 was something worse than the general percentage that most plac...
ODD NOTES An Australian's Derby. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
ODD NOTES %i\ AustralianVDerby. ) The fact that Gay Crusader won the New Derby (England) in July is one of the belated items of news to which, in these troubled times, less than small interest would attach were it rot that the horse is the property of a forirer 'Australian, Mr. W. Cox, who, racing under the nanie of Mr. Fairie, has now two Derbies at Jiis credit — Lemberg, in 1910, having placed the classic race to his account. % Fortunate Share. I Mr. Cox was a cadet oh the station on which fyas discovered the silver-bearing reef which paused the establishment of Broken Hill, and he was one of the fortunates who secured a pro lno'ler's share in the Proprietary mine. The ,£'*-t of that interest was £150, and its estimated [ .value when he left Melbourne for England soon Biter the property was proved a bonanza, was £330,000. In the Old Country he took a keen interest In racing, and has a. fair share of suc jtess in the pursuit of the sport of kings — and ethers'. , JRIcicedest Man in...
SMOKER'S PARADISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
SMOKERS' PARADISE. Kvery man that -njoys his pipe knows that the secret of a good smoke depends upon the pipe you use. Miek Simmons are offering a high-grade Briar Pipe, made from the finest selected briar root, hand-cut mouthpiece, heavy sterling silver mount. In all the leading shapes at 4/ (post free). Every smoker should pay a visit regularly to Mick Simmons, the smokers' Para dise, Haymarket, Sydney,
COUNTRY GOSSIP NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES Died at the Phone. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
COUNTRY QOSSIP NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES By HAYSEED. Died at the 'Phone. .' An uncommon manner of death was that of Mr. E, P, Sattler, a settler of'Eulah Cr«ek,.who, while speaking over the te1ephbne,'glvirig' in structions as to the shearing of his flock, dropped dead at the instrument.' He was a (pro minent member of the Farmers and Settlers' Association, and well. known in the lines of the producers of the 'State. ' * ? A Kookaburra's Mice Meal. 'At Narrandera last weel^, some youngsters, having caught a number of mice, strung them on, a piece of cord, which was picked up 'and swallowed, mice and string, by a laughing jackass. There ..were .five m|c.e on the tape and the meal w'as too much for the jack. How to get rid of it was the problem. After experi ment the bird flew to the telegraph wires and allowed the loose end of the string to become entangled in the telegraph system of N.S.W. Then it backed away from its meal — with re sults. Albury M.C. Killed. Capt, Gerald Evans, brother...
CHESS & DRAUGHTS PROBLEM No. 15. By Dr. J. J. O'keefe (Kogarah). Black (6 places). [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
CHESS & DRAUGHTS PROBLEM No. 15. JVr Ilr. 3, J. O'KwlV cKnuairali). ' lll.urfc (0 pieces). white (0 iiiccco). 4 AVIiKc.lo. play and -mate In t\vo .moves. . . Thiid prize. Good Companions' McredUh Tourney, 1017, (M, (j7, 5IJ2. Hi, HUMn, 2ji1p3. rH2K3, k 7.) : 'Solution of No. IS (Tucker): Mr, plQfi, * 2I'Nlp2, ;C|lkBir2-» -1X8112, VMV3, 21*5, -b2ltKn2.— Mule, in 'two. Key: 1, Jj.Kt-8. . ? ? !?? ? i ? ? . ? ? . -I. , .Solved by i M'. ITarpur. North' Sydney,, mid ,D.Q.lf.,, ISnmluliW's, Q- I' rather still' proposition). Incorrect : B-H 1 is nifit by' 13-1$ 0 cli. Further qolulions of No. 12 from D.Ci.M;, iBund:i]jer&. Q,, mid M. Hurpur, .Nurth.fytylney. . . ??*- A spui-klini; hrllliancy won by Nlc.mzowitcli. ' .? , , French Defence, ' 1. I'-K4 T'-K.'J ' I'l V-\H Q-1CR* ? 2. ]?-(} 4 l'-(,i i 12,- l'-Q 5 Castles t 8. Kl-yil.'l KI-KU3 1.1. KI-Q4 QRG ?i. imc Kt :. n-Kt r- i-i. p.Kta . n-ict3 f-. 1- x I' -- x I1 l.'i. 1' x Kt I B x P 0. 'JJxKt PxJt Jil. Kt x-U I 1 K xQ ' 7. ...
DRAUGHTS. PROBLEM No. 15. Contributed to the Mirror by J. A. deOrr, Petersham. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917
DRAUGHTS. PROBLEM No. 15. CuiitiHiiitcd to (lie .Minor by J. A. deOrr, Putersliam. HinrK t I!!, ]7, IIP, 22, Ks. 1, 21 20. AVllito j I), 10, lii, '£i. -ID, Kh, 2, 12, 11. Black to play mid win. Solution of No. 13 (llefl'ner) : Black, 2, 3, 5, 17, 23, Km, 11, 'i.% 2u; White, 10, 14, 10, 21. 24. 82. Ks. 1, 27, 20. ?\VKII.(! to play and win, tlms : 27-r.i. 20-27, 1-1-0, 5-H, llllfj*, 11-18, 1-0 :M-, 10-7, 3-10 2,'-20, 22-81, 20-22. Whita wiim. . ,. Solved liy rlnjf-Ponjf, llelmore. _ ', :?' Tiups for the unwary (Cios-0 : 11-15 2K-VJ 1'--M 17-1R l!--3t 23-18 0-14 R2-27 2-7 20-4 8-U 18-0 ll-ifi 31-20(1,) 31-22 27-23 5-14 2fl-23 11-10 \ 4-3 4-8 22-17 7-11 00 24-20 18-27 '? ?mid 2.'-2, White wins, (a) Patal; 8-11 Is correct, (li) The fireworks lieRln I 11-15 18-11. 4-8 1°-15 1(1-20 tfl-18 10-20 2ii-22 '.IS 28-10 8-11 24-111 f\-U 22-17 (a) , 0-14 27-'3 7-1(1 2!)-2ii 20-24 18-.9 11-10 22-18 10-14 17-10 11-27 and 32-2.1, 0-24, Waek wini. (a) Tin- loser. ?