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IF? Ethel Turner. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

IF? Ethel Turner. Oh, if that raiuhnw up thole Jiim for a moment would reach Throiiith (tin wet sliipfi of the air here where I stand on t Iih bcaeli. Here, where the wnvts wu-li the strand, swins itself ?lovinjtiy low, Let me t-iMi-h liist with 'lie band, cliiiih its frail ?rlcfrin;.', Mini (!(,!

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

SLEEP. Agnes L. Storrie. Measure me out. from the fathomless tun that, tome where or other, you lieep Id your variy eellsirs, O wealthy one, twenty kuIIoiis of sleep. I have lived my life, ami I'll not rcnlm1, as 1 sowed I was bound to reiip; Then measure me out, r- incicli.'nil iii'iiic, twoiitv li'itllnMs of sleep.'

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

COMMONWEALTH '-^^». OF AUSTRALIA, ' LIBERTY LOANS are safer than any other form of Investment and are free from State and Commonwealth Income Tax. A GREAT OPPORTUNITY IS BEFORE YOU. SUBSCRIBE NOW AND HELP TO PRESERVE AUSTRALIA'S LIBERTY. f z Denominations : BONDS— £10, £50, £100, £500, £1000. STOCK— £100 and multiples of £10 over £100. Through all Banks, State Savings Banks and Money Order Post Offices ' BUY NOW. Money is a good Soldier— Buy War Loan Bonds Commonwealth Bank of Australia.

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

HAIR SPECIALIST, BERNARD KAY. Tirutiiig Senrf, DananiiT. Sca»p Trouble^, imd Falling Majr. at 31 Huiit-nl., Sj-iliiey. ncur Uotunioiil finnlcns.

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

J^ferfi ep|LEpsy SKV1^ jfflj ',' \ Jmi 'WONDlill' has no Bromide ol vin^il^I I'otasli. Proved Cure. I'M X!!2W^HWx$W rarticularp, T. H. MEIldOX ^g^KS^^^' 213 Collegc-Etrcct, Melbouruft

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

iJomtnonwcaI{BJII-Binf{»rBit0traIta - HHAD OFFICE £TW»SfF'» SYDNEY, i for.'. Genera! Banking: Business „&$£** Citlei and Towns of Au»lral/«, London1, Tldworlh (Salltbury Plain), and Rabaut. j Cabla remittances msdi to. »nd drafts dr»wn on forciin pUccb direct. Fercin bill* nepotist* tHi wUwted. Letter* of credit Issued to «ny part oj 'i* world. Banking and BrtHinre Buftlnen of every dc«erlptl6n tr«nwcted Within the Common wealth, United KlnEaom *odi uliroad. Current accounts optiifd. Inttre t pHId oa txtd drpetlu, Adranrr* made «j«ln»t tpproved wouritirj. , Savings Sank O@partment ( 4/ Minimum At all Brandies, and owqr Il^~^fJl..^ 3% 1/- Deposit OQQ0 AavncWat £o-itbfnco» por ''SSnn *oww In AuotralTm and Papua, up to *3OO I INTEHSTATE and INTERNATIONAL Saving* Bank Facilltie*. ' JAMW KBU, PtpatT Oo»»rn»r. ? /»«», Hit ? DKMtOH MttLBtt. O»T.qiw j The Commercial Banking Company kstaiiusheo jsst of Sydney Limited CAPITAL I'.MU LT ? £2.000,000 .UliSaJHVE FUND ? Xl.ViO.m JliiSKHVE ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOT INHERITED [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

NOT INHERITED Johnnie Jones was doing penance in- the cor ner. Presently he thought aloud pensively. 'I can't help it if I am not perfect,', he sighed. 'I have only heard of one perfect boy in my whole life.' 'Who was that ?' asked his father, thinking to point out a moral. ' . . . 'You,' came the reply, plaintively, 'when you were little.' Mistress : 'I found Jn your room a letter of mine that had Ijomi taken nut of my writing-ruse. What Is the ? mi-unlni; of this 5' Cook : 'Oh. ir.a'.un, I only wanted to copy it for niy Dw'oolhcurt.' Mlstrc.w : 'What can he want with it 5' ? Cook: 'Please, ma'am, lie's in the army, - and lie doesn't, know how to write in.?' a love let tor.'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HOME DOCTOR NATIVE POCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

THE HOME DOCTOR NATIVE POCK. On the whole, children have nothing much wiong with them. A normal youngster suffers only from weak eyes, swollen noses or other such ailments that can be caught either in battle royal or from ? extreme heat or cold. Many children suffer from native pock, a skin disease that affects mostly the exposed parts of the body. It has all the appearance of an ordinary sore, but is infectious, and, if not properly treated and cleansed, can spread all over the body. For this, use white' precipitate ointment (you can get it at any chemist's). First cleanse the seres by gently rubbing them with hot water and soap, then apply a little of the ointment on cotton wool to each sore, and bind up the whole. For ordinary open wounds, nothing is better than to wash the sores with powdered boracic dissolved in tepid water. (These hints are supplied by the Medical Branch of the Department of Education.)

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS III.—BURWOOD PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS iii.-miitnooi) vvmac hcmool. During the week the Uurwood Public School wa» viklt«d, The »cholar« arc ro»y»lgoking younenttru, and it good advertisement (or the Uurwood air, The patriotic actlvitle. of the Uurwood Pub lic School compare favorably with thote of any other school yet visited. To Australia Day fund* the Uurwood School contributed £249; tc Ked Trlu n-Mo Day, £45 ; France'* Day, £*W1Wt» j and to the Childreh'n Thirty Thou sand, £10)1. Ahto, an a result of a challenge nom a private »ehool( £50 was realised. Smaller donations were i £4/0/ to the Polish Fund, £11/12/ to the Red Cross. £1/7/ to Allies' Day. and £li/IO/ worth of Tommy Lookers for the lads at the front. The children of this school, in particular, seem to have the habit of taking pains. Seven hundred pairs of socks and one hundred dif ferent garments have I'een finished during the year. The money «ncnt on knitting wool (£4 a month) is raised either by sweet-selling or penny concerts, in which t...

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

OUR LETTER BOX iliiiT.v (Hn-l.aiuO writes : 'Aunt Up^—You expect us cumiM'tittiM to write of t.ur favorite yoem and j.m.t. I , -', ''.. '''?''-' «r tlit-itj that it is Jiurd to decide. I tlim.t lu-a'.i ]., (lie most delicate mill, relined English poi't. i.ii.1 MnOley tin- wildest and Uciircst. TennVK,!! U u lyiici-t. H.vron loved Hie drama (don't tliinl;' me clever, lather told ? thai i. 1 don't linow «nvi Irinir' ali'jut Iliwiiiiiif. m mother ' ki.vs he's not for-liltli'- I.ovk. and an,\how. In, Surdellu is not hi ill? but WobsU-r'n ilk tioiiar.v turned up.-idt' down.'' Keep on reailiiij,' tin- poets Jlsirr.v. Nothing oii'--lit to ivivi. Mich real plensilre. 1 mil Kbd you ale iiIiIl- to appreciate their vuriuiiK -|imlities,— Aunt Itee. n.v-Mi. ((ioull.iirn) ii-|-rove.s her parent ? : 'Why js it mat mothers Huiihl their children mi? ] talce all mv amis, n-.|iir:tt!oii'. mill ideas to inothcr, uml the just laughs at inc. 1 told her the other day that she didn't understand im\ and tha...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW COMPETITIONS. FOR OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

NEW COMPETITIONS. ? .FOR OCTOBER AND NOVKMllEH. Class A. — For readers imiler twelve. A list ami description of the wild flowers of Australia. The namo of our Xutional ilovver must be given, and- also tlis mimes of the wild Howcru for which each State U famous. Clats n.— 1'irJer fourteen. A short t-Psay on your favorite piece of poetry. Copy out a verse of the poetry and ijivc a short -biography of 1 lie writer. Class C. — Under sixteen. Write about your favorite movie hero or heroine, and in which picture they inosc appeal to you. . . _ ? ' Class D.— Under eighteen. An essay oil the worJ Anzac, how it arose, and what important part it will play in the future history of Australia. (.'hss ]?:.— Under 18. Send in the largest,*- number o( woi'ds formed from the word Regulation. No obsolcto words or projier names to be used; no words that cannot be. found in any standard dictionary; no letter to ha iiscu i.»iue, iiu wurus tu ue wri^reu 111 -uuiuiuuu uuu carefully numbered at the ends of...

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

NUTS AND CHESTNUTS Wbuld-be Tenant' i -''I like the lioutc' ver/ mudi tmb 1 li£»r tti»t It iii lmmte.1/' Landlord (ruMiimr hi» hands mul smiling): '.j|y ,)PilP madam, 1 all end tu ilial i-eiv)uull.v. The jfhoMs onlr at'lwir to tenants who do not iwy their rent and reluw to move out.' ? ? . Mia. YoiiiiBtmiu : '1 wluli 1 knew someway to prevent tho.Uaby from guclsiniHiU thumb.'. Bachelor Uncle : 'Mum ! Let me see. Tlicre outfit to be Borne way. Why, j«s, I've thought of a nUn already.' ? ? yOh, Uiaulc you very iiu'cli. What shall I do?'1 '.Mliririn lit tit ff Anxloui Mother : 'My dear, I'm. afraid Gcorfre is get Vi'ff »'l° l'1-1 C0l'l-a'y- 1Il' Jb out Jatc nearly every .ObherviiiB Father: 'oil, ho'*' all rislit. He rocs t» boo pome girl or other. Shouldn't wonder if he announces au encasement soon.' 'Uu hasn't said a word about any young lady.' _'Xo-, but he's- keeping compiiny with one, all the sama. His right wrist is full of pin scratches.'-

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WOMAN'S MOOD. Jennings Carmichael. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

A WOMAN'S MOOD. Jennings Carmichael. It si 111 seems straup' 1o Iiu lirre alone, wll'a llif lirliif.' sob yf the wind without; The Komitl takes a deep, iiii-Mrnt tone, wliero tilt? trees a are i-winginc their arms about. Oh, when thai I the schlne throb grow i^t ill, the warm lovc-Ufe. -turn colil at the. enrol Xlutf 1 Jin watching, agiriiuit my Will,', for, your IwnMieil ' face' in the oiii'iiilik'! door? * . ?' '?' ??_

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Other selections : WAIT. Mona Marie. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

Other selections : WAIT. Mona Marie. ?\Vnil, trusting fiiii'd, wait for Hip duuti Of lirltvtitcr iln.vs Ituw tlxw wlilcli- now, AVMIi ilespm IiiiihI, hav«' Hitlitl.v ilmwii Tilt! veil of borrow o'or tliy brow. KiiTt'o Iihh Uie rirugu'lo been, mill limp, .AkuIiikI tin.1 nilvdsi! winds of 1'iito; lint feiir tlicrn not, Ili.v barque l« sli'onp. (ioU MciTK licr I'oiiiii-e— tnM Jllin, ami wait.

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

DAFFODILS. Will H. Ogilvie. What j trite to you for daffodils? I'll glvr wliul juke you please. For ll|rfit and loYp and memory lie leaf hy leaf with' thcfie! And if I boujjlil all Sydney Town I could not hope to buy The wealth you lirlnj; of everything that goes with open sli.T.

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

THE RIDER. Harry Lawson. .... Anil he ride? hard to dull the pain Wlio rides from one that, loves him best; And he ritli-s kIowI.v back nirnln, - IVliose re-tlws hwirt miiM. rove for re.ct.

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

Application Form For Enlistment in A.I.F. ' : Sign Here ;: THE COMMONWEALTH NEEDS ,. 7000 MEN EACH MONTH TO KEEP ! ? OUR DIVISIONS AT THE FRONT 1 UP TO STRENGTH. IF YOU ARE ; BETWEEN THE AGES OF' 18 AND ' , , 45, NOT UNDER S FEET IN HEIGHT, , ? AND ABLE TO EXPAND YOUR ? ' CHEST TO 33 INCHES, YOU CAN - ','. MAKE ONE OF THESE WANTED ] -? MEN. ' ','. li you meet these requirements, fill in ' ' ' this form, and post it to the Organising 1 Secretary, State Recruiting Office, \ '; Sydney. I hereby offer myself for enlistment in the Australian Imperial Force for \ ' active service abroad, and undertake ', ' to enlist in the manner prescribed, if I am accepted by the Military authorities. ;; Age ? Height ? Weight ? Occupation ? Signature ? ; Postal Address ? -. ; ; Date ? , ? fr »-»-»?♦??-?♦-♦?♦-♦-»-♦ ♦ ♦?»?♦-♦?♦?♦-»-♦-»-»-»-»?♦?♦-»-♦?

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

ATLAS ASSURANCE COMPANY LTD. 'STANDS PRE-EMINENT FOR SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS AND FAIR TREATMENT OF CLIENTS. CLAIMS PAID EXCEED £30,000,000. FIRE - ACCIDENT - WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION. ATLAS BUILDING, 8 SPRING ST., SYDNEY. GUY H. HEATH. Manager for N.S.W. 1WS A *] st«] £'iss« Excerpt from Sydney Bulletin. lYlOHCV /\OV2tHCCO °f 'The Mont DePicte is an oldand success ?7 -?»»??*»?'»-'»? St-iMirily fui concern, and charges so very much leu N S.W. MONT DK PJICTK D. & I. CO., LTD., per cent, than the average rate that it ' 71 CASTLUHKAaH STHKKT, U, SYDNEY. deserve! biicccsh. ? This company without a Tel. No.. Cltv 9325. doubt carries on Us business on the straight*. EPSTACE BKNNIiTT, Uencral W«-n«J*r. est lines.'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AFTER THE STRIKE: THE WOMEN AND CHILDREN SUFFER MOST SNAPSHOTS BY THE MIRROR PHOTOGRAPHER [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

AFTER THE STRIKE: THE WOMEN AND CHILDREN SUFFER MOST SNAPSHOTS BY THE MIRROR PHOTOGRAPHER £be Lord Mayor talking to two recipients of relief at Sydney Town Hall. A DOUBLE LOAD .Women with babies, carrying away food, sadly needed, in all kinds of 'cceptacles. . ENCOURAGING FOR THE CUSTOMER you are do'ing.' d°g i3kCS * Efeat interKt in what sniDfo^S-?*^''1 eXaCtly ,that- sir- Xt is onlv ^ case I inTlhow.) thc customer s «r.-(Sid Pride in The Pass A CLEVER DANCER Mr. Clyde Cook, the amusing dancer, who has been appearing .With . great success at the Tivoli. A group of kiddies eagerly devouring a scanty meal in strike-time. The eldest girl is 'mother- ing' thc rest of the family. Two women leaving the Town Hall laden with welcome provisions. J NOT MUCH ROOM A corner of a back-yard in over crowded Sydney, showing washing banging in a diminutive space. CASTING BREAD UPON THE WATERS A queue of strikers' wives carrying away loaves of bread from one of the relief-distributing centres this we...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS HAVING A HAPPY TIME IN ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS HAVING A HAPPY TIME IN 'ENGLAND ' hese arc further pictures of Australian soldiers on leave in England. The picture in the centre shows an Australian tobogganing on Hampstcad Heath. Judging by his expression he is evi* dently enjoying the experience. The other two pictures were taken at Cheddar (famous for its ch'se). in Somerset, where many of our boys have spent many happy days. —- a— BngagnaamBM^aiBgiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ijl SINGING FOR THE SOLDIERS Members of the Vagabond Club, who have been actively engaged -n entertainments for patriotic purposes.— (Kenelm Stump.) WANTING A REST National Service Volunteer (late crack billiard player) : 'Marker, hand me the rest.' — (F. Reynolds, in London Punch.) YOUTHFUL NURSES i—wb ...he:;c children liave collected and personally donated to the War Chest Fund the sum of £40, being the proceeds of a children's bazaar at Croydon. The names are Annie Stuart, Mary Stuart, Florrie Purdey, Dorothy Barnard, Doris Price, Mavis ...

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