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GERMANS AND THE REFERENDUMS. SHALL THEY VOTE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

GERMANS AND THE REFERENDUMS. - SHALL THEY VOTE! (Special to 'Tho Mirror.') Naturalised Germans or Ansttians must. I not vote in connection with the forthcom- ^ ing referendums. We are convinced that ,] in making that declaration we are inter- rs preting the public opinion of the Com- i monwealth. . ' . '5 There are. It Is estimated, about 30,000 3 persons in Australia whose natiio country * '« Is now included amongst our enemies In 'iffi some constituencies (especially in Queens- --(?$ land and South Australia) they are so, ''3 numerous as to have a material Influence -jSJ on any. election. It would be. a monstrous * 5 tmng that any ot tnese people snouia ue - a permitted to exercise the franchise' on a ,j£ matter of vital consequence- to the Com- - ft monwealth at a time when tens of thou- -^ sands ot Australians are disfranchised by * ^ reason of their presence at tho front. % This matter is entirely Independent of \f the merits of the questions which will be 't-P submitted to the...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VARIOUS IDEAL HOMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

BM^Ml$^S'}^^Ah H OM E S. The Ideal Home' Exhibition at the Sydney Town Hall during the; week demonstrated how widely different ' ... Ideas can be In deciding yvhat is. on Ideal home. . * . ' ? ',...'?

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR HUNS. MANY FURTHER CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

our hun£ MANY FURTHER' CASES, (Special t0 'The Mirror.') ; Fraulein An«e JXiiller (n : 'prisoner of, War), who has to report, herself once a. week to tho policoj Is '-' living , with her uncle, /Mr..,' Carl Karius, . at '; 'Mahalla,' Nortbcoto Avenue, iKosevUle/' This ' particular: young -3ermnn lady has been seen con'- '. tlnually In the company' of 'Germans,' not only oil * tjio North Shore line, but at Urookvalc, near; Manly. Tho peculiar actions of this Him has caused very much, comment, notably, as .to tho company she keeps. ,- Some days- she Is to i be seen In the company ot-Germnn workmen, whilst on others with' the best known Germans !n Sydney.. Surely a closer survclllanco should be kept upon her, as It Is well, known that German women are' more dnngeroua than the ordinary German- man. -nuuiutrr uerinun jpruuiein, uy name £iua ringer, . who is known to.be a clever, and talented woman. Is still at large, although the should be in Bourke concentration camp. This woman Is- liv...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Some Reflections in The Mirror. The Censor'a Blue Pencil. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

' '- ' J ' ' ' , Tha Cenoor'« Blue 'Pencil. MANY people wondered what would have filled tho vacant column . in last week's 'Mirror' had the Censor not Inter vened. Personalty, I can make a pretty shrewd guess as to the' 'story' which the Censor would not allow the public to know about A good many letters have recently been received In Sydney dealing with a certain happening, . and ? there are oil kinds of wild stories, being circulated in connection with It. These letters were not cpnffnra/]. hnt when & nailer wishes to make a clear statement of facto which must have the effect of putting a stop, to the circulation ot scare rumors, the Cen sor, in his , 'wisdom,' steps in and Bays 'No.' 'Rumors by all means,' be. says, 'but 'Xaqtai never.' The pen Is' mightier than the sword, but the Censor's blue penotl is mightier than either.. ROBERT CRAIG. Bondl, October M. \-. ? ? ? ' V'':-.v'ir ? '?- Mixed Bathing. DOES the letter ot Mr. Urquhatt in the last Issue of The Mirror' mean t...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUN SCANDAL. DE HAAS TO RETURN TO GEEMANY. OFFICIAL OUTRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

HUN SCANDAL' DE HAAS TO RETURN TO GERMANY. OFFICIAL OUTRAGE. {Special to 'The Mirror.') . One of the most scandalous actions taken by the Defence Department in connection with Huns in Australia has coine to our knowledge during the past few days.' The Defence- Department has given per mission 'tp Herv W.' Do Haas, German Com hierciaL Agent in Australia, to return to Germany. . ' ' ? ? It hap been a matter of iuteiiBe -surprise' and ' indignation on the part of every patriotic citizen' that the military authorities should have shown such indifference to the' Hun danger in the Commonwealth; Tho partiality of the Defence Department to Germans in Australia is now made manifest, and it is interesting to know that special favor is being shown to the wealthy, in fluential, and most dangerous Hulls, whilst the smaller fry are interned, Herr De Haas has been at liberty during the past 16 mouths of the war. He has em ployed his time well iu tho interests o£»thc Fatheriand, as, indeed, would b...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

A THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY. Teinperanc«-and labor are the two real physicians of .|n(in',-r-Rqusse«ii..c . _jy.C: -, ,.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRIAN NAVAL OFFICER AT LARGE. OFFICIAL NEGLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

AUSTRIAN NAVAL OFFICER AT LARGE. ; ' OFFICIAL NEGLIGENCE. (Special to 'The Mirror.') ... 'Wii received 'information recently tthat Captain Jnlius' Poszpisch, of the Austrian .?ship ''furul,' was at liberty, and resided at XowicBay, N.S.W. 'We now undorstond 'that -this, gentleman is an officer of the Aus ' trian l^ftval Keserve, and is a submarine cx -. pert. At the preseut .time he is residing at ? ildnft Vale, Bent Manly. ?'.'' It-has come to- our knowledge that this l..(iase..hns' buch reported to. the nuthorities by 'several persons, but apparently .no. action r. has be*en takeii,' although- Bio military of ficials are aware that Poszpisch'ia ah ex naval officer, of some standing.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN OUTRAGE AND AN INSPIRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

Ian outrage and an j inspiration. ',*,'!£ ' any' mother, withholding con ' Bdnt from her boy's enlistment]; or any shirker, doubtful whethor- his c^ll had come, needed^ any additional stimulus, surely the hideous murder of Nurse Edith Cavcll should over come all scruples. ^Hcre, indeed, is the triumph of the Hun and all his works. We can imagine that Prussian brute gloating oyer the unconscious form of the heroine whom ho had murdered. Every spnrk of chivalry and fine feeling must revolt against such a Bjonstrosity. 'Of this we arc confident. Over the dead body of this bravo woman will rise np thousands of men in all parts of the Empire pledged to ? avenge her murder and to wipe out for all time the spirit which could nmkc such an outrage possible.* ' 'Mothers, suiters, sweethearts, wives —perhaps now you see what fate will be yours if tho Hun reigns in Australia. Let your menfolk go forth in tho living present and assist to make this impossible in the days to come.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A LATENT VOLCANO. RISING IN QUEENSLAND, PLANNED BY HUNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

A LATENT VOLCANO. RISING IN QUEENSLAND. PLANNED BY HUNS. (Special to 'The Mirror.')' \ The Huu situation in Queensland is ex tremely serious, and unless the Government takes steps to deal with it promptly and . effectively, the country may be faced with a rising ' of Germans of a most formidable character.. Our information reaches us frotn various sources, and we arc satisfied that the posi 'tion calls for immediate investigation and decisive action. There arc in the northern State at least' five or six large centres containing Germans almost exclusively, and where pro-German feeling runs very high. The Huns in. these districts make no secret of their sympathies, nor of their refusal 'to deal- with Australians. Scarcely any Germans have been interned in Queensland ; yet ' there are German ' churches, Geruum schools, and German, insti tutions spreading the kult of the Hun arid anti-British propaganda in many parts of the State. In the interests of the public welfare, we propose to pu...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NEW PRIME MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

TOE NEW PRIME MINISTER. 'The Mirror' offers a very hearty welcome to the new Prime Minister. Whatever view may bo taken ' on questions of party politics, every Australian will congratulate a man w.fip, has risen to the highest position in: the public life of the .Common wealth by sheer force of character and intellectual capacity. Mr. 'W. M. Hughes, president of thft Svrlnftv 'Wharf TjnhnrnfR1. TTninn: BQccccds Mr. Andrew Fisher, the Gympie minor, who in tiirn suc ceeded Mr. Josoph Cook, the Lithgow miner, and it is a great tribute to the development of democracy in Australia that such men should be come tho chief spokesmen of the nation. - j We believe that ' the advent to piwer of Mr. Hughes will be a great source of strength to ' Australia. Tho man- who in actual practice has lqdthc party now in power in the Commonwealth, who has been its ' driving force and chief inspiration, now- becomes leader in fact as. well as in name. ? The attitude of' Mr. Hughes on questions relating to ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE REFERENDUMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

THE REFERENDUM. ,..' Next Tuesday is the date fixed for tho issue of the writs in connection with the Kererendums, the voting on which will take place on December 11, aud will be com.. pulsory on every elcctoi*. . Wo have arranged with the respective party organisations for special publicity in connection with the campaign.' The first in stalments will be found ou pp. 8 and 17 re spectively.' On the former pnge will be -fstnv-ki'l ii onnninl niif «rkln . #lnnlirtr» ?wratli +l»rt - A.UUXIU tfc O|«C'\jJ(»a (ll-l/*UIC \ VtIJttllf I££ \% JLII LltVi Liberal point of view, together with a strik ing cartoon by Mr. Harry Julius. ; On the latter pn'ge we publish an articla 'f from the Labor point of view by tho Hon.- 1 J. D. Fitzgerald, President of the Pjj.L. of - N.S.W., and Vico-President of the Execntxvo : ?Council, and an effective cartoon by. Mr. Claude Marquet. We shall publish further articles and other matter relating to .the referendum campaign in the course of the next few weeks. ...

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 — 30 October 1915

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Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. FISHER'S REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

MR. FISHER'S REPLY. The following, reply was forwarded by ;;;;|[| the Prime Minister : — '?? . ' ;' ; '$M ? ?? ?' .731! '! .feel confident that your Majesty's ; -:$ message will evoke a patriotic response from ' ^Ij the people of the Commonwealth, and will Tim ~ t-e-n.A to augment greatly the ranks of the ! ^ . 160,000 AtASfrali'ans who~havc already pro- :^p!J vided an assurance of the hearty co-operation ??'$$ ^ - and determination of Australia to carry . the .u||| . WAr to a successful issue.' . ??'?;; :,!v;':.' -'^ 1 -'? * -ADVANCE AUSTRALIA ! : : ?. : ^

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE KING'S STIRRING MESSAGE TO THE EMPIRE: More, Men and yet More Men Wanted.!" [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

t ^^ ? ? 4a More Meja an&a yet More Mesa. Wanted 2 ' GOD SAVE THE KING! To may People :— ' Ifflu fhia grave moment in the struggle , tietwcsn my People and a Highly-organised enemy, who has transgressed the law® of n&tiona, and changed the ordinance that binda eivilioed l&tsrope together, I appeal to . yota. I rejoice ini my Empire's efforts. I foel [ pride in the voluntary response ffsrom my staibjects all over the world who sacrificed home, fortune, and life itself h\ order that another may not inherit the free I&mpire I w^hich their ancestors and mine built. E ask you to inalke good these sacrifices. The &tkd is not in sight. More men, and yet more; are wanted to keep nay armies in the I field, and through them to secure victory and enduring peace. ¥n ancient days the darkest moment has ever produced in the men of our race the e-ternest resolve. I ask you men of all classes to come forward voluntarily and take your share in the fight. In fr...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FOOLISH SECRECY OF A FUTILE CENSORSHIP. TRUTH NEEDED. AUSTRAUAN TRANSPORTS. OFFICIAL SECRECY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

THE FOOLISH SECRECY OF A FUTILE CENSORSHIP. TRUTH NEEDED. f AUSTRALIAN TRANSPORTS. I OFFICIAL SECRECY. ^Special to 'The THirror.') . 'An official announcement states that ' the British transport Marquette has b«en . torpedoed in the Aegean Sea. 'Ninety-nine lives were lost.' . Cable from London, published on Wed nesday.. ' - . 'The press is not getting a fair deal from .the censors, and cannot, therefore, giye the public the fair deal it deserves in regard to the publication of the details of the war. Somehow those responsible for the censorship ? have conceived the idea that we are children, that victories only should be published, and that disasters should be hidden. If any nation in the world is capable of bucking up against diaar.lor i* is th» Briilnh. . ' . .' ?* 'Why is it that wo hear rumors all over - /', the city regarding disasters to transports? £' Why is the news not published with . authority by tho press? I deprecate the ,,.' action of those in authority who deny 't ev...

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 — 30 October 1915

i ? REHD 'THE MIRROR' F®R SPORTING NEWS. - ? I : Printed for the AUSTRALIAN PIGrORIAL NJ7W3PAPER COMPANY, Limited, by 'The Worker' Trustees, St. Andrew's Place Sydney, and Published by Jack Michael Myers, The Kaniions, I : . ? Manly, Sydney, at the Offices of tho Company, St. Andrew's Place, Sydney.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOXING. DARCY'S TRIUMPHANT MARCH. CLABBY OUTCLASSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

BOXING. DARCY'S TRIUMPHANT MARCH. CLABBY OUTCLASSED, James Lesiio Darcy, of Maltlnnd, is still champion middleweight of tho world, James Clabby, of America, tried to wrest tho title from Darcy on Saturday last, and got well cuffed. As previously stated in 'The Mirror,' Darcy is a boxing genius. He is as light on Ills feet, and lie hits as quickly and ducks as cleverly as a featherweight. Added to these attain ments he is wonderfully strong, and hits with great power. Is it any -wonder, then, thflt Rlinll niilA f-¥nnmknt. nf Mi/, munlv art as Eddie McGoorty, Jeff Smith, Frits Holland, Mick King, Billy Murray, Fred Dyer, and James Clabby have fallen to - his prowess? ' BEFORE AND AFTER. ' Previous to lost Saturday night's con* test, many wiseacres thought that Clabby — admittedly one of the cleverest boxers «it uiu wviiu— nuuiu uui|HJini me iumuanu marvel 'This American is too faat for Darcy, And has liad much moro experi ence,' is the way one prominent American put it. Early In tho b...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLF NOTES. Critchley Parker Shield. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

GOLF NOTES. Critchley Parker Shield. The Critchley Parker Shield, promoted by the Manly Club, has been won by L. J. Osborne, who defeated H. Maxwell in the final by six up and five to play. Lust year B. Scott Scott won the event, which was established in 1912. The' Manly Club's mixed foursomes on Saturday lust resulted in a tie between G. P. Sayers and Mrs. L. M. Triggs and F. E. W.;lls and Miss Dorothy Smith, who returned cards of three down. ? ? ? AnnlYiAi* nvont i1fu*t,lrr1 wns tfin Atintm llan dub's four-ball, best ball bogey han dicap, which was won by A. Wilson (2) and' W. Sylvester (5), with an excellent card of eight up. ? ? ? The 'Leura Pot' is still kept boiling. J. D. Ilowden and A. H. Davies, who were tha- holders, forfeited to R. J. Wilson and H. Van der Vclde, who succumbed io C. Campbell and F. A. Waller. ? » ? To-day's Golf Fixtures. Tho following fixtures- have been ar ranged for this afternoon: — Hunter's Hill, monthly stroke competition for Associa tion bronze med...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. "THE LAST OF THE GRACES." "W.G.s" DEATH. World's Greatest Cricketer. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

CRICKET. 'THE LAST OF THE GRACES.' 'W.G.V DEATH. World's Greatest Cricketer. . Tho Grim Reaper has been busy amjongst tho first-class cricketers. A few DR. W. G. GRACE, The Famous English Cricketer. months since A. E. Stoddart and Victo.r Trumper passed away, and now 'tho greatest Roman of them all' — Dr. W. G. Grace— has gone. Victor Trumper was a cricketing genius, a wizard of tho willow, some of his strokes bordering on necro mancy. As a performer, however, W. G. Grace was a Colossus. Of wonderful physique and untiring* patience-, he was well endowed by nature for the playing of such a strenuous- game as cricket He excelled in all departments, but bis bat ting achievements focussed the public's attention for more than 40 years. Grace and Trumper were tho old and new cham pions — the former an exemplar of the orthodox, the latter an exponent of the heterodox. ±o give an account or ur. uracc a dcedB on the cricket and athletic fields would take volumes; However, ho was born in 1848...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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