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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917

r SMOOTH, 'SMARTLESS' SHAVES ^ imPrah Every man enjoys a .smooth 'smart- jjSSSi^ - ? S \^ fflB less,' velvety shave. This is always SST' \ n r -S fS) assured if you use a m 'J» »? /Bk n * %ji\ PERU RAZOR STROP %M 91 ? ©p=)Q ^gWEmaWA These renowned strops are made in rS~,n((-}ti?5^«n/-'i m ft (fV^^ f-^L England from specially prepared *ffH\\?fe^p31_iJr W -C^^yS^5^TTftr-S(nV*a^ leathers and canvases, and will keep mtmB&aXrfJTfflw^fsxenimt B ^iZ^jC^ I iTua your razor keener and in much better v///JfiMi ' i m MHrfUn condition than any other strop. lUnillMl. m i/W\twi Save your face, razor, and temper. ll!fifrwf\ ? .^H Jg^ 3/, 3/6, 5/6/6, 7/, 8/- each Ajjf Ww 1 (Post Free). HP» ^ '^ ' H 1^ Keep your razor keen by using I VICTORY CREAM I STROPOLINE SHAVING TABLETS 1 OmurWb irt C Help' to make shaving a fj I The finest preparation hi ft J Tin pleasure. They leave the /giCl H - the world for sharpening t|j| Pn- skin softl smooth, and free ^*»* ? razors, knives, etc. ,+ ,. '» rri.ei ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WAYBACKS AT HOME READ THIS FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917

[?] bv nzmt fletchep HEAD THIS KIHST. On « c«rt«;n wjiOiiiiK iluy Surah .lane WaylMii-k. wluiM unwnippiii' the '-up, Jlwovereil an i|ilv-Miseiiniil In tl.e pupil -' (iKiuliiiif; lor Ixianl unil residem* In the IiiiOi tor a jmuMi man u;nl hi* two »lMer-. Hsruli uiifwrs the- ;nlviTtlwnn'i«, ai.d in due 'iiw Mr. Hi mil' (i-iliit;]ily an'innpuiiiid h.v hi* fsniwii sister, liillniiJi. und liltli' Kilit'-1iiio arrive ut tin l:uin. Thr (iilii(ilil\« intt -il,' liixd— luiil never l«--ii in tin1 kmiiiIiv Inline, uml the nianiHi-K and eiistoms el 1 lie W.i.xli.u I, hoii-»l.(.]d had till till' l lull hi -?! linv. lly. Helmut; to ii 't Ihr liiTt ni-;lit. the rit.v jjirl «iik «li* luil.--i| to Uml tlir Nu.vli.uk .vounp-teiK wattliiuK Ixtnu'ii ihr 'In I)- us slii' ilimlwd l-atri' fIic awoke in luior iiilH'Viiii: i nut soinenne whs uenig eniin.v nundinil. lint .lis-over-d it ivas Dad- KimrliiK. Next iluy tlir nuiili' i'ii|!- r lenuiih in the Imniyuril, und Ik - .ii.ii' (|iii|.. iin enthutiuvt. llo...

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

HORACE'S TROUBLES. Horace was all over the saddle, on the horse's! pecto, on his rump, but never ior more than a moment. At each step he was fired up into the tiir again as though from a springboard, which caused him to flop his arms like % Redfern signal-post. And, though he went up with a spring, he came down each time with a thufi as hard as a, brick. He felt as though a maul and wedges were being used to split him In two, and as though the restful part of his body was being bashed with a club. With one hand he grasped the saddle, with the other the horse's mane, and he was certain at every jump he - would be jumped overboard. His pants had jucked up over his knees, while his eyeglass flew by a string over one shoulder, his hat over the other. 'A nice easy mover, ain't she now?' en quired Dads, breaking off one of his yarns. 'Yous could send er baby ter sleep on that 'ere hoss.' 'Oh, I say!' cried Horace in agony, 'stop him or I'll burst in two.' 'Well I'm blest!' said Dads, pull...

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

GRLAT MIRROR COMPETITION Closes on November 30 . You may have a chance of winning £100 See Particulars on Page 12.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR AUSTRALIA EXTENDING THE SEPARATION ALLOWANCE A BOON TO THOSE LEFT BEHIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 6 October 1917

FOR AUSTRALIA EXTENDING THE SEPARA TION ALLOWANCE A BOON TO THOSE LEFT BEHIND. -|A weekly column devcted to the interests of lectuiting and our soldiers at the front.] So many questions are daily received by the State Recruiting Committee and asked at the official inquiry office, Victoria Barracks, Pad dington, relative to separation allowance, that it is worth devoting a little space to this sub ject, which concerns more than 75 per cent, of tW.cfk l#*f* U^Viimi hv members of \he A.I.F. Dependents of numbers of ihe A.I.F. re ceiving less than 10/ a day (including deferred jay after embarkation) will be entitled to rc c-ive separation allowance on and from July 1, of this year, for each day for which pay is due, as follows : — Ki.r witi' living ut lionic. inikpii tivr of .my pilwilo liiroiiii1 niiw MkkthiK or MilMqiM inly jii'IkIii«--1 .'i prr ilifin. l'V.i i-iirli iliild iiimIm- Kl .u;ii* nl ««i- IJil 1'iT dl'iii. Kor iniitlicrs «l«|K'inlriit, or puill.i ili'piniliut, on ?olilii'i'...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

PICTURE PUZZLE FOR BOYS AND GIRLS OF ALL AGES U ^f MAKE THE ^SrOP^^-AKE WITH j^r^ (jBr Solution ? .' ? .'.,..?...,' ? ',.- ? . '? . . . . . ' ? ' \' Name ? , ? ....'...- ? .*.'. Address ? .' ? Write out the solution of. this Picture Puzzle, and address it 'Picture' Puzzle, Mirror, Sydney.' . ; -. ? FIRST PRIZE 10/- SECOND 5/- THIRD 2/6 In addition, the proprietors of FEATHER FLOUR will post a copy of their useful Cookery Book to the home of EACH Competitor. ? ? „ Competition closes October 31. The first three letters' opened containing correct solu tions win the-prizes. No letters will be opened, until after the closing of the Competition.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

- _ ? . - - ? ? - _..__..- ? .._ .... ? __. . -r— — - _. _&s3 EVERY GIRL SHOULD SIT FOR ONE OF THESE M.B.C. BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOLARSHIPS ? M« of Him, in 1907, to « mft of 40 In I9iy, Lait yi ml WrM« r°/ «iuiJ«iiu wmA ihroittth iu various ula»m- mid out «t 34 $n\* imHitsulurM won oy i)u»Uu»» tplleijt niud«Hi« in publk tNitnit,, no !m than »»-* Hpeeimcu mS TSl' .£,«'* )Om tOt lht iimati*Un-** ™* *»''*? VVI,t.ter« ,M«y bt-«l» thin Aue limit*— 14 to 19. '' 1 lull Bcltttlirithip (12 meuilut* full lralhinK). 1'OBITIONB 0 Half SelioUmlttpN (at Imir ttt»h GUAttANTBED. 6 Quarter 8cholamlii|»H (25 per cent. dUcouttl). WK1TK 10 Fifth 8cliolar»hi|-ti (20 |icr ceul. dUcouttt). TO-NIGHT. METROPOLITAN BUSINESS COLLEGE LTD. All particulars from the College Office : 338 PITT STREET— NEAR SNOW'S.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VERSE FOR THE DAY. THE SUMMER CLOUD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

VERSE FOR THE DAT. TIIK SLWLUKlt (.?I.Ol'U; 1 bring fresli showers for the. Ihir.-ting flowem, Kroni the seas and the streams; 1 bear light shade for the lca\es when laid In their noonday dreams. Worn my wings are shalien the dews that waken The sweet birds every one. When ?otked to rest on their mother's breast, As she dances about (he sun. I wield ''the flail ol the lashing hail, And whiten the green plains under, And then again 1 dissolve it in rain, And laugh a3 1 |.:is.( in thunder. ' v- -Shcller.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bush Brigands XI.—More About Melville MELVILLE'S ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

Bush Brigands ? - $ ? XI.==More About Alelville MELVILLE'S ESCAPE. Somehow Melville 'became suspicious. Ho suddenly pushed the woman away and called to Roberts to go and fetch the horses, swear ing that he would leave the town at once. Roberts, however, was too drunk to heed him. He was asleep with his head resting on the table. Melville jumped up and shook him, but nnaing mai ne t-ouiu noi ruuw nan, ic&uivtu to go alone. He opened the front door, and saw a woman with two policemen just entering the gate. Slamming the door to hurriedly, he rushed across the room, and, seizing a chair, dashed it through the' back window. Then, jumping clear through the opening thus made, he raced down the yard to the back fence and climbed over in time to meet another con stable who was hurrying up towards the back 6f the house. Without a moment's hesitation Melville knocked the policeman down, and ran across a vacant piece of land. His first inten tion had, of course, been to go for his hors...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NEXT BIG PUSH [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

THE NEXT BIG PUSH Uncle Sam, supported by his British, French, and other Allies, is preparing to roll out v the enemy.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BILL JIMS TROUBLES WARM CLOTHES WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

warn STRouatcj WARM CLOTHES WANTED. * Frosty: our people have been mindful of (lie hoy* all the time, and wo were pretty well supplied with com fort*. 1 would like to iinprefii on all the tine women who me putt ing in so much work for the absent lads, thai the wi-ather In cold in the Winter-cold with a big {! to It. Wurui clothing Is wauled, and tile, more of it lhal Ih sent the belter, Al home we have no notion of the kind of cold they have in the trenched The water i- ciild, the mud \- (older, and Hie slush is refrigerated. Warmth of body i* half an good as low! la the chupx in the lighting line', and I hope there will be plenty of warm KtufT Rent for this Winter— vhlch will he just a* cold as thp. luM, and the one IHoro— and the before Iiuit. A good many of our clnlp- died of the cold — or of (he consequences uf II. ON SALUTES. Ulllsac: (.'aiding through Adelaide 1 could not help noticing the cure with which all otiiwrf return the. ?alutes of privates. On cni|ulry I 1-fnrqcd Hint...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY. Promptitude in not only a duty, hut is also a part iif good manners; it is favorable to fortune, reputation, in fluence, and usefulness; a little attention and enemy will form the habit, s.0 as to make it easy and delight ful.— 0. Simmons. _

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FIGHTING FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

\ KliillTINO I-WIII.V. Hi.., ,ii |h,,,n : I'll,.!,. lltl. .,,11,,. ||,i,lt. ulii.l, u;n maU ft' t,,,.,| i.-iiilina 11. th,' liiiiny q,,iif. Hum tin- li.uil. II. n\ i- thi- 11. r M 1,,, .mI- Aiiioiil tin- |«iiIh*-i.C whom tin t. ? ii,i' goiiir 01 tin. In'.1, mi. 11 win. ivi-t- ili.nnc.l 11 'in» I'li.i :?.' I-.UM..I lui|i|nin Will;,,'', tth ? i.-c. 1 think, lli.ni l!n- ll.ml.i-l.mv iniiiiliy i.l V.S.W. II, 111,,] III- u Hi llolllH ll \ ,1 \|'-. llifclil I .ire with thr luij., till..- ol till- . ' J i - . ?_? ! 1 ' . I - ;,IV lllll-,v, .,|,,1 till' M\ mil- ill,' Sill li'tl'll willi lh,. lluhtci-. Twit of Iliriii Imvr llnivh.'il— |;.'iii IV. . I. Ill til.' H|:ilVl'« till- Oil, Us u lllllt.tt -tj |-ll Mill. 1 1 1 1... iiiimIi in t In- hunt in one ,-.i|urity 01 ani.thi'i-. Can ,\ 'll Iii'I'it i!ii» rrror.l t

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WRITE TO THE MIRROR ABOUT IT WINE SHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

WRITE. -THE Mii?r?oi? A BOUT IX WINE SHOPS. Wlno uml Wh'licilmpa : In council Inn with a loiter In your last (mur, in which leferenei' wait made In the t'linrarlrr of »om« of the whir . h1iu|m In the city, 1 have Mtitrlhliiif tti add tu tile wrltliut of i'unr correspondent. There nip alleged whip v\\n\n which ure mitlilnff but us Mgmitlmi Iiousm, and it in 11 common tiling tu boo women ri.trrlng those umi remaining. 1 make hold tu iuy that in Homo of iho wineries of Njdne.v II In quite, potsllJlp to Kit a drink of the harder fluidj, in id I -annot understand liow it in these place* ure not given the owe-over now mid a(faln by the fiioper oIIIiit. The licensed hotel* arc liatdig u tough time now in the effort to make rent and t'.vpoiiKOB-- 1 speak with liinlde l-no«leil({e, lielnff a licensed victualler— and we are Kill living within the law. Why are not all wine shop* ttrlctly snpcrvUeil ? GOULBURN NONAGENARIAN. K.H., flouUmrti: I tend In the last lmme of the Mirror of Wjkku'r oldes...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT HE THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

WHAT UK TIKH.UIIT. '?in ? f lh, l,,,j.. w.mn.l.-l at i;.illi|H,li. ».u in Kue lim.l I, , ..\ .1 iiti;. awl huil iiiiiiiny III- vi-it.u.-. ;i c.iiilr Hiiin ,1 Inch -lamliiii: in Ili-iti-h |,,,lilii--. Altir tin' H'lial 1-(,iiv|,-l... III,- \Mtoi- a-Knl Ih,- An/id- wllilt lie 11m null 'I ihi. .;mi|..iini in Ih,' I'.n-n-nla. With i'ii liiniiiiMiiiiu' ,.| thr liri'.i.iniMiuhl- well in lii- uin.,1. -|-i- An-tnili.in r.pliiil : 'Wilt, if I u.i- 11 I.iii-mIiii- ami « :-l,l t - 1 in ?_:. ( i hi ,. ii phi. i'. I w , .1 1 !? I 11,, I li;i\-- |,nt in «ii\ ,,1 my -pan- lini,., m'M-liI ni^ln- l». i«h ?-. Ihnmini: n,in,-- ,,n 1 In. r,,,.i.' A |,iini,'-v:i'ii'l.rn Britisher, who ox, rh, mi. I this ua-|..-.l into Ilir nit' ill tin- An-tiali.in : '|io von 1.111m uh., In' i-V . 'Yi-,' «ii« tin- I'ool i.'iily. 'h, 11-, -I I' l'i' I'ii-t Si-ii I.i.r.l, or MMiii'lliiiii: liKi- that. Vlltll't III'1;'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PLAIN AUSTRALIAN TO PREVENT STRIKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

PLAIN AUSTRALIAN TO PREVENT STRIKES. There is urgent need for the systemattslng of industrial legislation in the various Australian States. There are at present very many dif ferences, some of them material. In New South Wales all strikes and lock-outs are illegal. In Queensland they arc illegal in' public utilities, j unless a conference has been held before an In dustrial judge and proved abortive.' A secret ballot must rfe taken, and certain clear days' «i\sww*m t#i- £iwii u^iviv «aujr oiiinc i««fcvo jjiavwi *n South Australia all strikes and lockouts are il legal. The Judge of the Industrial Court brings parties together when any dispute occurs. Strikes and lockouts are illegal in Tas mania and West Australia. In Victoria there is no legislation dealing with strikes. In New Zealand strikes and lockouts are illegal in cases where an award -or agreement is in force. In many other countries strikes affecting public utilities are illegal. Germany goes far ther, and forbids agricultu...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BIG THING IN GIANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

A IIIC 'IlllVli IS 01ASTS. Knnm '?? : ll i- mil :lh' U111H nf l\i'ni|isicr. the Ciniii fliiili. 1 lull li,' i' not ill tin- limit with the linj-— uhriv (lint- 1,1 hi. Imo|Ii..i- »\r. J I - - U tin., liiu lor tin. joli, liii.r.- tliiin lill. 1 1n* hill, llf i* Mt Din lull. ?_'.'. yrar- ol'l. -n.l \\ptr-- -i'- in l« ml-. Hi- wint to Kimliinil mill tii.il 1o join up, but tlii'iv wii- nntliins .lointr, iiml In- wrnt into ill.' -liinv lin^iiii'S- ii- 1 Ik- t;ill,-t in.in wlin ha- ln-i-n iironml Iliitiiin In tin- lasi l'Ji- yiiiv-. II,. paid « visit I1.1 urn. nf tlu- lin-pitiilK 11111I was rhauinu willi tin- l«,.\-. wlii-n :i vii|iph ol liMiiil anil Ir.itlii- »:i- In'onchl in. II.' i.tiii'ii',1 nihliliim al it, ami winl nn till he iro: uuay with Ilii' lut. Tlii'ii it was iliMoM'H-il that lie Iiail mtcn nil that, was inti'inli-1 fur tin- tvliolr u.inl. A: 12 yrat* ohl )». wus 11I11111I tin- hciulil of :i I.-UIIIIIHIII hoy of the -iko. Tlit-n lie lii'pan to -hoot.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

H;£5?£ v* ?^Sk^* ??__ ^jz^^j /m6 fflJw HR Kift '§X«-. 'm/iimcer: we must economise ? B/?f\^*\ foreman: why not instol ? i \f#%) Economical . 1 I S^gpS Brilliant I I Durable I I AUSTRALIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC COY. I H H H Mazda House, Corner Wentworth Avenue and Goulburn St., Sydney H H Telephone City 3510 (5 lines) H I Corner Queen & Little Collins Streets, Melbourne. 'Phone City 2646 B NEW IDEAS IN LOCKETS USED AS PENDANTS AND COMPLETE WITH KECK CHAIN. i SOLID GOLD, CO/- EACU. [?] SOLID GOLD FilOTO SIGNET I1ING, 22/0. Any photo reduced. [?] BATTALION IUNG, 16/-, 21/-, 25/. I MAKE ANY DESIGN TO ORDER. [?] W- J. Coote 712 GEORGE STREET, HAYMARKET, SYDNEY. OBSTINACY ^ A TERRIBLE FAULT ; DO ALTER IT ; DO IT NOW, AT ONCE Let Dentist Reancy advise you; let him save your pocket; lie absolutely refuses to let you incur unnecessary ex pense, by having useless work done; teeth put in, that arc like Solomon's lilies— they toil not, neither do. they spin; in other words, they hinder, rath...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HE WEEPED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

in-: wi:i:rr.n. Kmiim- of tin- l.oy- have » 1 1 1 ill,- ftiain of tin- fi«ln tnwr in;niM-1v, iiml Ilii' -'t)'o,t in 1 1n-: t- iiitm- has Immmi to ?inline tin-in to a i-oniliiion ot i-ontin ? 1 li.v-tcrin. - ? ►li.al.inf ol Ilii- '? ? I lit- allii.-li ? -iiiil: 'I've -n-n Iliinii- thru- thai 'ml maKi- a man wii-p. An', liy .lo«li. 1 Ihi'... wi i-in-.l. t-..,.'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TALK OF THE TOWN Mrs. Holman's Return. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

TALKorTOtjowH BY TATLER_- 3Mr«. HolinanV Return. I caught a glimpse of the Premier's wife on Tuesday after her return to Australia, looking very well indeed, aftrr a moist interesting trip. The Marks Matrimonial Suit. Fiicnds oi both parties were genuinely sorry to find that bo popular a man as Mr. Theo Marks and so attractive a lady as his wife found it necessary to figure In the Divorce v-oun mis wcck. i lie sun v. us, ui luurtc, expected, and more will, no doubt, be heard of it. A Good Fellow. Mr, Marks was (and is still) known as one of the handsomest men in Sydney, and, when he married Mrs. D'Arcy Osborne, there were few members of the fair sex who would not have been proud to share his name. He is a Bood fellow, a fine sport, and one of the gamest punters on the Turf. Kis home, Rancliffe, in Trelawney-street, Woollahra (which was re cently sold) was one of the most beautiful in Sydney, full of exquisite artistic treasures. .Some Family Details. Mrs. Marks (whose maiden name wa...

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