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IS IT ? [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917
IS IT ?'. On,- of tin- AiMi-iiliini- ha- -i-iit holm- ii .op.v nf a Ii-l'.n- limn 11 ti-fir-li i-hir.ilain who, pi-mi- in nili-'nii-ni, \va- it iniati' in .111 Knuli-ili i-oiimrj \illnui'. Tin- .in\ciiili |.ii.lri- lul.l l.rni -ivrn Hum- iiiloiinalion whiih hi' ha.1 I'ni'Uiiiti 11, iiml I'' \woli- : '1 bt-iivil thai wni-il ?Wiav-cv' i.pi.io tlii- 'ii-l.. 1 inniinl.i-i- ,\oii tol-l mi' what it nii-aii:. lint I Ii.im- li-isjolli'ii ,in-l «liat -imi .ii.l li-ll tin'. 1- it
THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917
THEY SAY Tliol intuits »f M)»»8 p'Mihii' mmU-1 liuvi Vrt ? t i Tll/ll Mill!B tit ill!' IIIUl'iHIiHl Ull-!V.'i) Mi !l'»l of '!li» ulmiwjl »!)«W ? V |1 That a miemly-Hi-;lei- m^iie1') ^-hi ban ? « « Thsti lit* u|»p«j!-IUoM (« Ox Wat Tl»M« I'tuiUi Tux hint bU iitonvy at (he back ol U. That thme »lt^ul*ll hv vyit)t»«ll«'l «- »livw It^r Thai the OentUHtf ate »»?** the viily cu'iuici 'A Kin|ihc ih AottUu'ljt, Thai the liuldca fire in-!k'u«f--- U'.ai U-e »!-ij»- burttei* ate he«U^uart-t«!d t» Syduvy. '1'luM the police arc hot on the uavks of ona sl.lp-liting g.itijj. ? » ? That » much-misrcJ so^ioy !ady has beett (cund. MR, CYKiL MAUDE'S DAUGHTER. J Mrs. W. La Touche Coiigreve, widow of tht late Major W. La Touche Congreve, V.C., D.S.O., M.C., who. was killed in action very shortly after his marriage. He was the son of Major-General W. N. Congreve, V.C., and, like his father, was in the Rifle Brigade. Mrs. Con greve was Miss Pamela Maude, and is the daughter of Mr. Cyril Maude. Her baby is...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917
DOCTORS RECOMMEND F ? ~ ? 1 j*P^-. TO? W -m-mi*- ntn bbv rs a Jtut ^^*. JL IL_ «W V j*P**m ^ -VL W This ^amoUs British spirit being M^ W W Till I m. ff * £j* i^m Wm ^k#^ Jf^ ? |^ j unsweetened and containing a large I! «, i i Wr^L M4 TK ^^ IB frfc W B — i B I%1 Proportion of Juniper is specially ^Eliiiili « B k.1 B -T B ^. B t 1 H I 1 recommended to those suffering ^%^& M, iim ? H MaJP Mss^Q A W^f mm*r ML \8b JBi ^^^k A A 1 from Kidney complaints and for rheumatism. PURITY AND EXCELLENCE IN EVERY DROP. ? ? ? TRHvKH & CO., SOLE AOEN'TS FOIt N.S.W.
TRIBUTES AND WORK FOR THE MEN AT THE FRONT [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917
TRIBUTES AND WORK FOR THE MEN AT THE FRONT (1)? Unveiling roll of honor to the men of Petersham who have- enlisted in the A.I. F.. showing Mr. J. J. Cohen, Speaker of N.S.WJ Legislative Assembly, addressing the'- audience with the Lieut.-Governor, Sir William Cullen, on his left. (2) Group of Epping V.A.D.'s at the annual review in Government House grounds. (3) March-past of several contingents of V.A.D.'s. (4) A group (representing Egypt) at the War Masqu? held in aid of the Girls' Friendly Society at Kur.-aijhein, Bays ? water-road, last Saturday. (5) Committee of the Girls' Friendly Society: Mrs. Docker, Mrs. Flower, Mrs. Wright, Miss Macarthur Onalow, Mrs. Lancelot Lloyd, Miss Docker, Mrs. A. Riley. (Back): Mrs. G. A. Leibius, Mrs. Williams, Miss Wright. QOOD=BYF. TO THE MEN WHO CAME TO THE RESCUE OF N.S.W. These are pictures taken by The Mirror jfl»»lographer of the volunteers prior to their leaving Sydney this week. (1) A group of men having dinner at the Cricket Ground. (2) A...
-MART WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917
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ANZACIANA TALES FROM THE TRENCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917
r£2^2AClANi£-n TALES KKO.M THE TRENCHES. lA'iiititi.r.v - On,. 4,f th.- ti-.mlit». in tin.- u. tnljy of \li''ine' «-» h'l.l l,_v tin- \i-\\ /.i-,il.in.li-i.. iih.l l« .'hum- ol \ tti-U- (I.e., li.n. -io.lli,\-, it wa.. mll...l th,- iiuk.mM.v tivmli. Tlii' w«« IK't n .Illlli il'llt ITIINMI In; it. II ? inc, Wll.il tin- 1 it ? \ ?? pit i:nu.| |m.,m'i..ii hi It, ? mi tin 1,1 ux.tr to tin' In fnlliiatii.'U lii'iiiuli: '\i.\\ lint we luiM' t.'t ill'1 '111 ? ill ill ll, ttliy nut lining.- III.- lull'.. l.,i. l- 1r. lii.ill.y Tn-nilil' 'J'Ih- i-|i|.\ . iinie: 'II.im- i 11-I t-114 14 ?! '\|;i|k' to niiK-.t ilu. iiuiiii-. » «.'tii:i ii: 11l.1i i.-n^ on ,\uur wuii.'iiiul HUH'-'.'
LATEST PICTURES OF THE WEEK AUSTRALIAN FLAGSHIP SUNK [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917
LATEST PICTURES OF THE WEEK AUSTRALIAN FLAGSHIP SUNK A picture of the H.M.S. Drake, formerly a flagship on the Australian Station the latest vie thn to the German submarine and mine menace. The photograph was taken on'the occasion of her last visit to Sydney, as she was leaving the harbor. RETURN OF THE PREMIER'S WIFE Mrs 'W A. Holman, wife of the Premier of N.S. Wales, who returned to Sydney on Tues day from America, after her trip to England with her husband. The photograph was taken at Mrs. Holman's home at Edgecliffe. SPRING FLOWERS NOW FOR SALE One of the flower stands in Martin Place,showlng warcitahs and flannel flowers now in bloom,
THE CLUTCHING HAND 1V.—TEN THOUSAND HUN AGENTS IN AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917
THECLUTCHING HAND IV.-TEN THOUSAND HUN AGENTS IN AUSTRALIA The public Itt Ktlll uiikIouu!/ tiwaltliiB for »omc tmttouiKcmetil from the federal Govern ment as to what It propose* to do with regard to person* of enemy origin tit AuBlrallu, THE FACTS ARC BUIU'ICIENTLY ALARMING TO WARRANT DRASTIC, RUTHLESS, IMMEDIATE, DECISIVE ACTION. Scarcely a week pamu but we hove fresh newtt of Home disaster costing tills court trv «fpmcii(loii« Rums of money. Tills week an official announcement has been made in America that raiders have been operating in the Pacific for some ttme. The possibilities of the operations of German agents in Australia in this connection are tre mendous. From the official figures announced by Sena Mrs. Alexander Goraon, the charming wife of Mr. Justice Gordon, who organised the Bale of lingerie and other articles at the A.J.C. rooms last week in aid of the 19th Battalion Com forts Fund. tor Pearce some weeks ago, there are at least 10,000 Germans in Australia who have not...
MODES AND MEN ON HYPNOTIC SUGGESTION GROWING DISCREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917
MODES AND MEN ' ON HYPNOTIC SUGGESTION By I'KANK MOKTON. 0K0W1NG DISCKEirr. An out krowtt older one grow*. 1 ituppy^ l-ior» dismeti and 1, who have lone enjoyed tit unfortunate reputation an a k|'cndthrift und reckless fellow, ant mow derided a* a miser by a person who happens not to know me at nil. But it Is possible thm even (he wild shots of irnlevolem Instinct may oiHasionally land somewhere near the mark. Or. possibly. thcr« it. something in the theory ol accidental hyp notic suggestion. To-d.1V 1 fol.n.l mvurlr Iiim.I,. me on a glass of ale and a tandwlch when I n.lght have been out with other riotous spenders eatinc real loodj nnd a few minutes Irter 1 declined to pay four-and-sixpence for a book I wanted merely because its market value st second hand was not more '.nan threcand kix. A few more slanders and I also may find myself a prudent oa£. I Suppose that the life of a prudent oaf, has some compensations, even though 1 can't yet guess' what they may be. SUSPICIONS OF CHOL...
FOR AUSTRALIA LIGHT HORSEMEN WANTED FOR NEW OFFENSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917
FOR AUSTRALIA LIGHT HORSEMEN WANTED l-'Ott NKW OPKKNMIV12. I'A wethly column devoted to the Interest* of rtcrultlne and the men of the A. I.F.I Once again it Is officially mated that light hurvctntit urc wanted for the Australian Impe rial J*on-e. The new* should elve an Impetus to recruiting, especially as far an countrymen aie concerned, for the man from outbaek U Iom. tencrallv speaking, without hit) horse. The stories of the work of this arm of the service in Palestine and Mesopotamia. In con .iriKtiun with the camel corps, under Lieut. General Eii Henry Chauvcl, C.M.G.. have stirred the blood of all those who love adven ture, coming, as they have done, on top of the j lonu months of monotonous trench warfare. J where the only dash required was a brief raid ( 'over the parapet.' j In the early stages of the war .there were one j or two cavalry engagements on the Western front, and a good many (thanks, to the Cos raeks) on the Eastern front; but, taking the world struggle all in ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917
THE SUMMER FASHIONS AT ANTHONY HORDERNS' a Ladies who M'ish themselvts and their daughters to be '? fashionably, yet economically, attired should obtain a ; copy of ANTHONY HORDERXS' SUMMER FASHION ; BOOK, posted free on request. This interesting publi- , cation depicts a selection of the latest fashions in ladies' . and maids' weir, and is an authoritative guide as to the : prevailing modes. Here are some examples of children's - No. K.\20.— FROCK IN FUJI SILK, collar and cuffs of | Saxe-Blue Shantung Linei; suitable for child 3 to 11 ' i ^4/1 III %LjJ years — Sjze.s— Ti\\\. 24, 2Gin. 28, 30in. 82ln. | i «-f III TA 21 '6 Z2'6 23'6 24/6 ' '? fullli li' '« \ No- Fx'-9-— FROCK IN BROWN CHECKED GINGHAM, col- | Vyf n f| ! '| . \ lar. cuffs, and belt of White Shantung Linen; 0 to 13 | I S W. I I / ill P'* years— Sizes, 27!n., 9/6; 30, 33in., 9/11, 3C, 39in., 10;/6 i i ill m I IiIl 'rt') Xo- '''x3-— COAT AND SKIRT in Saxe-Blue. Pink. Sky. and ! ' m^n \~ ^ lli ^ Xavy Linen, vest and sailor...
HATS OFF TO— [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917
HATS OFF TO— Harry Hoyle. ex-N.S. Wales Minister for Railways, who has given our ccun'.ry good ac1. \crtisemcnt in the United States. M. Kcrcrisky, on his re-election as Premier of Russ'a. . Mrs. W. A. Holman on her return to Aus tralia. Mr. D. R. Hall, N.S. Wales Attorney-Gene lal, who so promptly enquired, personally, into tin- poverty of the wives of strikers. Councillor Stapcley on his (-election as Lord Mayor of Melbourne. The Republics of Paraguay and Ecuador on deciding to join the Allies.
NEW BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917
NEW BOOKS. We have receiwed, from Messrs. Angus and Robertson. The Glugs of Gosh, by C. J. Den nis, described as a ''whimsical, satirical alle I cry.' with illustrations by Hal Gye, on quite different lines from the same author's Senti mental Bloke ; and also Doreen, by the same author, a continuation of the sentimental verse of the- Sentimental Bloke and Ginger Mick. We have also received, irom tne same nrm, two little booklets for children, with word:; am', illustrations by Miss May Gibbs, entitled Gum B!ossom Babies and Gum Nut Babies. We hope- to give more extensive notices o'. lhtse books in our next issue.
SOLDIERS' MAILS HELD UP FOR WEEKS A SERIOUS SCANDAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917
SOLDIERS' MAILS HELD UP FOR WEEKS A SIsKIOl'S SCANDAL. win tne Pi-mmagtei--Gencnil elvc any ex plmiation of the nine week*' hold-up uf soldiers' mulls from N.S.W. ? About two months bko orders were issued that 2500 bags of malls— soldiers' letters and parcels from Sydney— were to be sent to Melbourne lor despatch by a troopship, which left Sydney. We arc informed that the whole consignment of mall was held in Melbourne for nine wetta— und that some of it. if not all U Mill thpir. Victorian mails were Hem on by the troopship, and, a most unusual procedure, the So.ith Aus tralian and Tasmanian parcels were despatched by the same vessel. Two mnilboats have left Australia since then, but no New South Wales nor Queensland mail matter was sent by either. It is still held up In the Southern capital. This is bad enough, in all conscience, but it is more annoy ing to be told that an application for space for thr despatch of over 2000 bags of soldiers' mail from New South Wales, which could h...
THUMBS DOWN TO— [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917
THUMBS DOWN TO— j Mr. W. Webster. Pobtmastev-General. for holding up r.oldiers' mails in Melbourne. The persons responsible for the' imprisonment for six weeks of two innocent men in connec tio with the Coledfsle shooting ctst. Carl Eeni'.U, of Henty, for attempting to trade with the enemy. The doctors and others re-pontiUe for c!is Fcnsion, delay, an (3 neglect .'it Randwick Mill -isry Hospital. Bishop Long, cf Bathum, fcr opposing air reprisals
AN ACTOR - PRODUCER JOYS AND SORROWS TALK WITH BARRY LUPING EVERYBODY'S ISHMAEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917
AN ACTOR - PRODUCER JOYS AND SORROWS TALK WITH KARRY LUPINC EVERYBODY'S ISHMAEL. 'The actor-producer,' says Mr. Barry Lupino, 'is everybody's Ishmael. The torrows of the world are his for the taking. Whatever he does some dear thing in his company will find wrong. In the beginning God provided that every person in every company should be the natural antagonist of the actor-producer — male ?nd female created He them. I am not com plaining, you understand. The actor-producer's Hie is lively, and what is life without variety ? It is always intiresting to live and work among actors and actresses : they are so differ itnl JVr\Mi -»11 r*+Vi*»r nnnnV. SPEAKING IN METAPHOR. , /'.They fondle and pity .themselves always, as shorn! lambs rniglit pity themselves in a blizzard. They think that everybody is determined to be unkind, unjust, end inconsiderate to them. If fortune ever ceases to dandle and cajole them they stand upon the little hills and weep. I speak in metaphor. It is necessary to ...
IN THE LIMELIGHT LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. Another New Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917
J*' IN^T^n&^r: LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. Another New Show. Mr, Cyril Maude concluded his all-too-short Sydney season on Friday, What is Sydney's loss is Melbourne's gain, and it is to be hoped that Mr. Maude will be able to return to Syd ney after visiting the southern capital for the Cup festival, and give us further examples of his repertoire. He will be replaced at the Criterion by Baby Mine, a farce which has been through Nf.w Zealand with great success. Baby Mine. Bob Greig, the popular character actor, told me this week that Baby Mine is quite the finest farcical comedy in which he has yet played. Being the story of a butterfly wife who didn't btlieve in contributing to the population, and an old-fashioned husband who wanted children. The play has caught its audience in once ; and when, in the second act, the husband deserts his unnatural spouse, and to patch up the quar rel she borrows a baby from an inoffensive Italian woman, the fun begins. A Bargain Repe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917
TIVOLI NIGHTLY AT 8. MATINEE, SAT., AT 2.30. Harry Jtlrliiiriln TJuill Tbistw, J.t.l. Oov«Tiilti« Olirrtw .. .. 1M'(;|| I-. MrlNTOSJl. DIVERTING AND VARIED VAUDEVILLE SECOND TO NONE. AX ori'KMNWlNU Sl'CrBSS. RUTH BUDD, ETHEL VAUGN, CAMILLE TRIO, Tin- -iiili' i'onflikiilijl SrcrHsry tu C'wiifily AirotmU. With (In- Kinlir. the Klrin of .luy ami Minli. THE SHELDONS, MABELLE MORGAN NOVEL ACHOHATS. ' IVijiuhir VurulM. MARTIN AND BOGGS, EDNA FOSTER AND CO., KAblllO.VAHI.i: DAN'CKHS 01* NOTH IX A SXAI'l'V IT.AVIJCr. CREOLE FASHION PLATE, PRIVATE BOBBY PEARCE, JOE REED, Bung Diliniiitnr. Tin- SinijliiK Soldier. 'The Bluet Miuiiian. I'lnm lit NiihtilKnn'« uml Tivoli. 'I'lionr IWJ4 fur Hi-mhi'. The Papers Certainly Praise '*§SL ' THE WHITE |flftr CHRYSANTHEMUM ]N(].i;ij)N(; BAitiir i.rrixo J. and N. TAIT'S NEW MUSICAL COMEDY PRODUCTION at the DAI ATE1 TUI7 ATU17 Nightly Matinee 1 ALALEi 1 nH/i I HH at 8 Wednesday at 2 j f THE. PLAYHOUSE I matinee, Saturday, at, 2. Sole Lessee ? SYDNEY JAMES. ...