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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 23 October 1915

PRICE'S EAU DE COLOGNE Is obtainable AT ALL CHEMISTS. fsEHD US. YOUR]] SNAPSHOTS. . . The Editor of 'The Mirror' will fas pleased to receive for publi cation interesting photographs by both Amateura and Profes sionals. Payment will be made for photographs accepted; films will, if necessary, be developed free of charge, and originals will be returned if desired. Snapshots' relating to men or events at the front will be speci ally welcomed. ^ — -y

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Page for Young People BABETTE'S AND BIJOU'S MAGIC COATS. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 23 October 1915

I A Pa^e. for %un§fiop!e I BY UL1AN TURNER (Mr«; F. Lindsay Thompson). Author of ' Tho Girl from the Backblocks.' ' oabette'8 and bijou'8 maqio : coats. . SYNOPSIS OP PREVIOUS CHAPTERa Babette and BIJou were little BelBIan girts who. since the Great War came to their laid, bad been living In the cellar of their home. One afternoon they slipped unobserved away to the Market Bquare where they had heard were great boxes of warm dothlng/rom Aus tralia. Believing that the fairies had aont them, they determined to oak for a magto coat for each. American ladles were there to Klve the. clothing away, and they saw to It that theae two little elrls .obtained their longed-for coats. When, clad In their woolly coats, they at length reached their homes, flfra^n tllf-V hPKitntPri ntltulrla tlm AnnK nfniM to enter, until observed by a German officer, who cume to the kitchen door, and they were dragged by him Inside. He and the other two officers there accused the little girls of having been to the...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Prize Competitions FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 23 October 1915

[?] FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. NOTICE. Competitors are reminded that very little time now remains before this month's prize list will tie closed. Next Saturday, 30th, Is the lasV'djiy uP-jn which . nny ontry for. ???our' October list i can be1 considered. . 'iOh Sunday, jlst. -the -new competitions will be printed, and as they will be. the .last-.be'ore Christmas ? special attractions may confidently bo iotfkeal1 for;, No member of this page1- can afford to miss: ?; reading, nejtt Sunday's ! .Young People's Page— that is, TIC they wish to try for a prize; ..- . ? '

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE OCTOBER COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 23 October 1915

THE OCTO^JERCoiyiPETlTIONS. CLASS A.— This- competition Is ? open '. only 'to glrls^-for tho very good reason : that -Vq. do -not expect 'It will Ilnd favor ? In theeyes.of -boys. ' 'The Mirror' feels - it cannot reflect . anything even resem '-. bllnu gooil cheer this Christmas time un ?'' I... it hoe intiit to our brave flKhtcrs over ? ?. tea o. hugo parcel of comforts and re ? '; membrances. For this purpose wo invite ?*??'? every girl member of this page who pos K eceeea willing flhgers and a. worm heart .I- to co-opcratev and to ? compete. This Christmas, like last, ono of tho great needs at the trenches will bo Balaclava ' culm. To the girl who sends in the best knitted Balaclava cap wo will give ?-? a 'prize' of a story-book— tho very book you arc most. longing for. Each compe titor may wrlto the name of tho book sho wants and tho name of its author— and ; Tastcn the paper containing her wish upon tho cap. A second prize of an eleo : trie torch will be given for the second be...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEEK'S VERSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 23 October 1915

THE WEEK'S VERSE. I am glad a task to me is given To labor at day by day; For it brings me health and strength and hope, . And I cheerfully learn to say: 'Head you may think; heart you may feel: But hand you shall work alway.'

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

CAPTURING GERMAN TRADE. It's an III wind that blows nobody good luck. Australian manufacturers are likely to benefit by the war through the'growing determination to oust the German from all markets. 'Why send our wool away to the other end of the world to mo manu factured?'' cries one. 'The wool is here, let. Us Import the machinery and make the goods in Australia.'- 'Why Import the machinery?' cries another. 'The iron Is here; let us make it on the spot All we require is to Import the brains to do it.' 'Why Import . the brains?' cries a third. 'We have been exporting our best brains for years. Let us stop iho export, and mix our brains with iron. and wool to capture tho markets of the world.' This is good talk, and. good talk is 'the first step to wards- good performance. - Last year few people believed that . Australians could drive a nail properly; now everybody knows we can drive a bayonet. In time to como wo may be recognised as people who can drive a machine to such purpose th...

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

I : Oravei^ - Bur 1® Igli9 s c*^^^-*^^ — ~~ — - — ~~~ J 1 '. ;i ;..-: ? FALLIMG HAIE a^d Grow® NI&W If AIR. i;: - v ? I; Men. and lyVomeiv R ? : in all part© of the WosrSel « Use aad Recosaaoad ' u 'x ...'.?...?.....-.. . * - ? ? p L ? .__ __ , , , B r - 4 -vS I jl --'.I g MISS MARIE ENGLISH READ WHAT MISS ENGLISH says: Ir. JOHN CRAVEN-BURLEIGH, ' ' Hamilton,' Ridge St., Moore Part, ? 192 Castlereagh Street, Sydney. Nov. J6, I9J4. Dear Sir.— I most say that your True Hair Grower !j a wonderful preparation. I beard such good spbtti about it that I was induced to give it a trial, and although I naturally have a good head of hair, still. itely il was causing me a good deal cf trouble, as it was falling out in bandfuls, and I was greatly troubled. - rith Dandruff. Since uslr.c ycur preparation far three months, my hair has completely stoppei (ailing, and aere if not a sign of Dandruff In my hair, and it has grown longer and thicker. You can «st assured that will do whsll can tow...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 23 October 1915

twice daily] KATIONAL THEATRE ™0E DAILYI ' LrASX NIGHTS. LAST NIGHTS. OF EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE, THAr GREAT ENGLISH 'PANTO.' COMEDIAN, Wednesday Night Is Mr. Luplno's final and farewell appearance In Australia. He ?alls on Thursday, the 28th, per A.M.S. Niagara for America. Continued Success of one of the greatest Ventriloquists ever Imported to Australia. LAWEENCE JOHNSTONS 'I ' The Kino of Voice Thrower*.' ? ?;; '. HAMILTON & BARNES, EILEEN FLEURY, '... American Patter Comedians. In 'f«-'ke lmp^,°Igtlon? °f- '*'«'?? ? ; VICTOR THE GREAT, I ELOISE TAYLOR, ' .-. . ?'- Introdug the?r.''latacaf lut.onB. I Daf'ty -Uld Ref''°d So^°- ' ^ DE CAR, I MAX MARTIN, ' V Comedy Acrobat. ? I ? Popular Comedian. 6d. A 1/-. BARGAIN MATINEE PRICES. 6d. i 1/-. EVENING PRICES, 3/-, 2/., 1/., and 6d. (except Saturdays and Holidays). .{ 6d- for Reservations. Sat. & Holidays, 1/.. 'Phone City 3399 for Reservations. r YOU CAN PLAY THE PIANO £'§. in 8 Lessons by Learning -M Naantoa's Wonderfu...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
In the Limelight THE LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY "SUZANNE." Pills and Poker. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 23 October 1915

' ?'??'?''?'??? :? ' - ? -?: - ? . - .??..: . ^ r ?:. THE LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP. BY 'SUZANNE.' Pills and HoKer. After tho tlrst. act,' wb'jch,. la slightly tiresome, there Is 'e great deal ot' real humor- In 'A Palr/bf Sixes,' .'which has followed 'Stop Thief' at- the Criterion. As, I isald lost week; th p' first act la based on a,almllttr laea (6 'Potash' and Perl mutter.' NevcrtheleHs,' there Ib a' very little resemblance between the two-pl^je. 'A Pair of Slxea' tea farce,- a«4 does not pretend to bet anything else. . It has. non,o of the underlying' human, pathos which' make's 'the Hubre\* C()raedy si) convincing In its appeal. ~ ? _? ?', (a It Is clear that 'A Pair of Sixes' has H caught, the popular taste. The company U is a very much stronger one than that H which 'played 'Stop Thlof,' and the play a offers much greater opportunities. Mr. H John 'debater, when onco he is clothed as El his bURineas partner's butler, revels in the H fun of the thing, and appears to enjoy ? hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 23 October 1915

^ -t/yiRY RlCKARPS;, TIVOLI THEATRE6;ttcT. Cuvelrnlno Dlrectdr,'H. P. MtlNTOSH *?-.' ANOTHERvCONTINGENT PF. FAMOUS STARS. Coy DeTrickey I .'Noictn. ©* Ttfolswii ! The Cinnamon -Girl. ? - -? I - ' ? Comedy JngRlers. ? ???????.:? ?s. jim&» -MARioi-«i:if|AftK|j^\'..^.;-';;'. '? ? ' ?? ,-.. lh Bits of Muslchl fcomedy Nonsense, ? ?-'?.-? ? -???: ?? ~~~ . ANNEE- KENT, -?? ' i ?: -^ ;~ EIIA; CASPEES/ ' : '- '?; America's Foremost Character . ?' . |: :?'*.?. 'Tbo.Glrl-wnjttha.VoIcO;' ,v'.rv; ? '?????? - Confcdlennc.' '-. ? ? . ???-I,' '? ?'??'? : .?'?'- ?? - rot Cold., :??'?:? .r ?'? ~~~- IDA^BABK;- -? ?'?:??'*-'[. '^^LvJ^^'iaffAire-LAtll^'^v*;;.-''* '? The Mighty- Humorist. ? !.- 'Ccl'ehrnteil Engllah yiollnl'at. ?-.??-. EE ROY SISmBS^-lHECfTbB GptfiSPtNE,! ' THE PAYdtASv;; H ?Specialty ArtlMg.-'-. .'? I r Of Qiilnlfin- Opera Prime.. ' .-rj^ . CloaBlcuI Athletes.' ? -' I ''^ MORRIS GOLDEN, ' A: EDWABD MARSHALL, 'v JH ' The Ylfldlc with the frldillc. '' ''- - -' * '' Aroualng Chaiko...

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Germans Live in Luxury "Whilst Australians Perish. GERMAN WOOLBUYERS, LIVE IN LUXURY IN SYDNEY. SOME INTERESTING SIDELIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 23 October 1915

Germans Live in Luxury Whilst Australian Perish. GERMAN WOOLBUYERS, LIVE IN LUXURY IN SYDNEY. SOME INTERESTING SIDELIGHTS, (Special to 'The Mirror.'), German woolbuyers have been amongst the most active and dangerous agents of the German Government. Some have been in- terned; others are still at large. What a great number of the members of the N.S.W. Woolbuyers' Association would like to know is what the Provost-Marshal's Department proposes to do with a number of those who are at present at liberty in this State, and Britishers who are apparently being financed by Germans interested in the wool industry who have been warned off by the Association. To give one or two concrete cases. -There is at the present time a firm operating under the name of Hughes and Johnston, buying wool under these two names. Both these men were previously em- ployed by Rhodius and Beinssen Ltd., who were represented in Sydney by a man named Otto Schneider, who at the present time enjoys his   ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Thwugh the Eyes of a Woman Everyone Should Read Sunday's "Mirror." [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 23 October 1915

Through the Eyes of a Woman Everyone Should Read Sunday's "Mirror." A woman's fancy changes like the sky, Her roving thought is fixed on that or this, But in the mirror of her restless eye       She catches all that men are wont to miss.   Pretty Girls do War Work.   On Saturday last a bevy of pretty girls,   the Misses Nesbit and Macarthur, by dint   of hard work and smiles, managed to   make over £10 by the sale of cakes in   aid of footgear for the 20th Battalion.   They opened a little shop in Pitt-street,       where they carried on a roaring trade.   By 1 p.m. every cake was sold, and the     shop was closed up through lack of stock.   A Shirt-making Record.         Among the most energetic of Sydney &amp...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF MR. JOHN DAVIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 23 October 1915

DEATH OF MR. JOHN DAVIS.   The death occurred at Darlinghurst on   Thursday of Mr. John Davis, an old ident ity in the mining industry who was in     his 77th year. The late Mr. Davis, who in the early days, was a well-known   figure in the Araluen district, has been a resident of Sydney for the past 30 years, He has a family of six sons, two of whom (Mr. Jack Davis and Mr. Joe Davis) are   well known in journalistic circles in Syd-       ney. Mr. Jack Davis has been connected   with the Sydney 'Referee' for many     years, and Mr. Joe Davis, formerly sport       ing editor of the 'Herald,' now occupies     a similar position with 'The Mirror.'    

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE CUP PROSPECTS. OPENING OF GREAT VICTORIAN FIXTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

MELBOURNE CUP PROSPECTS. m OPENING OF GREAT VICTORIAN FIXTURE. I SELECTIONS BY ' MARPLOT.' 9 r 'At Flemtnsrton to-day the Vlotorlan ? Racing Club will commence the great H tour days' spring meeting. With find ? weather, a great success should bo || achieved, for the war will hardly appro H ciably lessen the attendance, bo im ? mensely popular is tho fixture. Indeed, Heven the ill-advised 'stop-all-rocing' U pessimists could hardly desire any other ?result, for the whole of the profits are ^?to be given to the war fund, and the ?larger the gate receipts, the more help Hwill the V.B.O. be able to extend to our ?boys in the trenchos. In all, £24,000 ??will be Given in stakes as against H'£ 27,900 for the meeting last year, H The programme to be gone through Mto-day is, in many people's opinion, the ?best of the whole menu, for nearly every ?item is a plum, and a sugar-coated one Hot that. H THE DERBY. H The chief event Is, of course, the Derby, ?which is expected to -provide a much bet...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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THE MELBOURNE CUP. Who Will Score on Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

THE MELBOURNE CUP. Who Will 8cor» on Tuesday. Commenced as long ago as in 1861, when tho total value of the Melbourne Cup amounted to but £010, the race, now the greatest sporting event in Australia, steadily grew In popularity until in 1890 the vatue had gone up to £13,200. It was highly appropriate that that race, the richest of all the long series, should have been won by Carbine, our greatest race horse, who carried the heaviest weight on record, beat the biggest field, and ran tho race in record time. There has been a falling away since, and last season Kingsburgh credited his owner with £7480; On Tuesday yet another name win bo enrolled on the ever-lengthening list of honor. What name will It be? There is the rub, for did we but know it our ships would have come home in deed. An Open Race. Thirty-one have made the final accept ance, so the field will be a large one, al though not a record oho, There were 39 Aurarla won, while the smallest field was in 1863, -when only seven ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

Ban de Cologne made in England Triple Concentred Vlnolla Eau de Cologne fjUBji% will be found tha m Sta ? very highest ^J* B^v standard of Eau da riffijT^jSl^^' Cologne to be had fe~— S«®S in the world. KfttSSlfriH By scientific SSaljlnSlf selection frr»m the ^^i't world's fimftt oils, n-*£!tti*rW the most stlmu- - || SfJ^T It invigorating have iSSKfUs*^ been blended In ' tj®^^^S£ Triple Concentres Vlnolla Eau de Cologne. made in England Note that the Name -? Vlnolla » ' if on every bottle. Sold in 2-o*. : and 4-oz. bottles by cbemiiU, i drapers and storekeeper*. )

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

FRANCO-AUSTRALIAN XMAS CARN5VAL ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW GROUNDS Saturday, December 4ih, 1915, from 10.30 a.nt to 6 pan. IN AID OF SOLDIERS' STORES, AND TO SEND DOLLS AND TOYS TO THE ORPHAN CHILDREN OF OUR ALLIES. SPORT FOR EVERYONE. Children, send your Dolls and Toys In now. Send In your applications for the different events now. Beauty Contest, Doll Contest, Cycle Races, Charlie Chaplin Contests, and every form of Sport and Amusement. Coma and bring the Children. ADMISSION: Gents, 2/-; Ladles, 1/-; and Children, 6d. For further particulars apply personally or send stamped addressed envelope to the HEAD OFFICES, 61 MARKET STREET. MI8S A. JENKINS, Hon. Treasurer. MRS. E. McFADYEN, Hon. Secretary. MR. A. HERRIOTT, A.C.P.A., Hon. Auditor. The New Sonth Wales, etc.,' St are-Bowkett Societies. HEAD OFFICE: 264 PITT-STREET CNEXT CHITEIUON THEATRE). SYDNEY. NEXT BALLOTS: NOV. 8 and 15. JOIN NOW AND SHARE IN THESE BALLOTS. '? . : ? ? ? . ? - j ?For full' particulars, apply to ' ? E. A. BEEB...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

View of Grace Bros.' Furnituro Stand at the Ideal Home Exhibition.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN SPITE OF ALL [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

IN SPITE OF ALL Although war's vulture wings spread;:^; wide,' -Bl And there is grief and .there is pain, ' ?';?? Triumphant over time and tide ' ?'?-'$ Tho eternal verities remain; ,.. ;Uv- Above the holocausts of slain ,-. '.^Sj This dream celestial hovers still, '? -'.V,^ Out ot all woful loss some gain . ?? ?,.?..?.* Wrought by the great consoling Will! _. ;:»/S — Clinton Scollard (The 'New York:;!jSi : Bun/') .,rfg ? ? ? -rm Do you attend the movies? If so, loojt.jiS out for announcement regarding our con-;..x:i test. '' ; ' ,XJM ? ????? ? . . '''-}m In America, Clara Klmbalt Young and; -M Eurle Williams were voted the most popu-/^ lar photoplayers. Don't. forget to- watcB; ^ for our contesL ? ? - ? ' . : ?:??!] ... J

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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IN MY GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

IN MY GARDEN. Cosmos. ^ ' ???/ .-l-r:^ .Among 'the easiest of all flowers to' cul-ii tlvate are the numerous varieties of, cos^i| mos, which, coming originally 'from -j Mexico, are admirably suited to the ell-;? mate of New South Wales. Many of'thesa^ bloom throughout the greater part -/.of Jt the summer; but it is* among the chief vj merits' of the plant that It supplies masses ?_ of bloom in the late autumn, when many'J other flowers are past their prime. The, ; variety known as Klondike has a graceful;: form and rich orange blooms, while 'that .- Known as 'sulphuren' produces small.'j starllke yellow flowers in great profusion. - Sow the seed in spring, and stake strongly, as the plants are liable to damage by ? wind. * ? ? . ' ^ ?';

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