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MELBOURNE ANTICIPATIONS. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

MELBOURNE ANTICIPATIONS. (From Our Special Correspondent) Melbourne, Friday. At the time of writing tho general opinion Is that the Melbourne Cup looks moro open than It has done, at this time for at least a dozen years. The first choice of the public hoB been changing almost every day since the Caulfleld Cup. At present Lavendo and Reputation are fancied In that order, but half-a-dozen others are close up. Naxbery has been a persistent boom in certain quarters, but there is nothing ih his past career to justify the speculations that he will win a mjin Mtrjk thin 1VI»Mn fhft laaf ftflW AflVR an apparently inspired . move has been mado in favor of Lerapricre. On public performances this season Lempriero would be one ol tho rankest outsiders. But the people behind him, who also own 'Lavendo, are credited witli a knowledge! of strategy that would drive a German General Staff to despair. If Wallace IB- { inglass wins the Derby to-morrow he will; almost certainly become a hot favorite fo...

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

MOOREFIELD RACES TO-DAY. It has often been claimed that, whereas Randwick la regarded as the 'bookmakers', paradise,' at MoorefleM tho backers in-. Variably have, the best of matters in* the' never-ending warfare with tho fielders. Whether this is so or not there are sure to bo plenty of patrons- for Moorefleld to day. Good fields are engaged, -and the racing should, be well worth watching. Tho following should run well enough to get a number hoisted: — Maiden Handicap. — Qulnn's Post or Goally, Juvenile Handicap. — Obvious. Flying Handicap. — Truxton King or Leal. Kogarah Stakes.— Lord Clarit or Mies Martian. October Handicap, — Trinobantes or Coat o' Mail. Rockdalo Mile.— Cool Air or Derlch.

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

IWW? Ik ®1M?I £ I ITIPl 1?W 7 HAMILTON STEBET, 1, If!o/i©Plili ©fc UIllUQly SYDNEY. j Sole Controlling Agents for Australasia, . . Telephone, City'92S7. - 9 - rlimB*w'^l8lilffW'liBI'''M'l™'Mml'tlUEmPlmg^ SUBSCIIPTI©N EATES. A WONDEBFUL PENNY W0RT3. 'The Mirror' already circulates In every State of the Common wealth, and in the' country districts, as well as in the cities. Largo numbers of readers -will appreciate -the convenience of having the paper posted to them. , Tho following are prepaid subscription rates,.. Including postage: ''??;??? Per Quarter.; BIx Months. -One Tear. Delivered by Agents ? 1/1 2/3 4/4 ^ ' Posted to any part of tho Com monwealth '...'............?.?.? 1/8 . '2/6 - ' 5/ ? New. Zealand, Fiji, and Cook ' ' , r - ? ?? Island ? 1/8' 3/4 6/8 United Kingdom, Egypt, United States, and bther countries. . - 2/2 4/4 8/8 Tho following- form,' duly filled up and sent with appropriate subscription, will ensure prompt attention:*— - Please forward ' The Mirror' to me at t...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Bevelled Edge War Census. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

^/?e ft ,'? War Cenius. A mlrror'B function, as nil men allcgiV, Is to reflect the world In colors true; Tho proper purpose of the bevelled edgo la to look sideways antr see things asKow. The War Census, as far as it has gone, ..? reVenls' the fact 'that 343,628 men; in the ) Commonwealth are capable of carrying 'rifles,- bombs, meat. axes, or some other ?- .kind of weapon against the foe. Of these a quarter of a' million, or so are between ?Vtlio nges of 18 and 44. The indications v ?are that Australia's live resources are not 'yet exhausted by a. long way, but allow -':',ance must be, made for the need -of carry - £'infc-pn'tho work of' the country, and it .v;is here, that tno system 'of conscription 1. is reaulred to Bort out the goats suitablo p,for butting the foe from 'the sheep who f,; 'grow, the wool 'and mutton which ought ''- 'to.be' kept for, home consumption; ? The 1 ' figures seem to show that voluntary en j; ,:Ilstroerit. has nearly run its course, and 2 ;' that- the -...

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

FR0M STRENGTH. TO STRENGTH Owing to the rapid increase igr the circulation of 'The Murror,' we hare moved to larger premises. EDITORIAL AND ADVERT JSIN6 DEPARTMENTS : ST. ANDREWS r. ??. r ? PLACE, - SYDNEY. ' , .. Thone: City 4457. PUBLISHING: 472 KENT STREET, SYDNEY. 1?hone: City 2526. / W OBDBR TO COPE WITH THE .INCREASED DEMAND 'THE MIREOR' WIIX IN FBTUEE BE ON SALE ON SATURDAY AS WELL AS ON SUNDAY AND EVERY OTHER DAY OF TEE WEEK.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMAN TRADE NAMES FEDERAL MEMBERS-PROTEST. MELBOURNE Friday [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

GERMAN TRADE NAMES - FEDERAL MEMBERS-PROTEST. (From our Special Correspondtnt.) \ MiaUBOUBNB\ OFrlday. .The campaign in 'The Mirror' with regard to the German grip over Australian commerce has again found an echo in the Federal Parliament. Thero were loud and angry mutterlngs in the House ot-Representativeg on Wednesday over the manner in which certain drugs .of German origin are still allowed to go the rounds. Mr. Kelly put It to Mr. Hughes that such things as aspirin, veronal, lysol, and many more ought to be abso lutely prohibited under those names; otherwise their trade value would be kept alive, and Ger mans would simply come into their own again aa soon as the war was' over. To this Dr. Moloney tittered a loud and emphatic 'Hear, hear.' On the general principle Mr. Hughes was sound enough. He said, in answer to- Mr. Kelly, 'the policy ot this Government is now, and always has been, to replaco all goods of German origin by those ot British or Australian' make.' He would not go ...

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

OUR MELBOURNE LETTERS I See 'Melbourne in the Mirror' :' ' on page 15, and 'Federal Flashes' ' v on page 22. 'The Mirror' is now . i: on sale at all the principal news- ? - l agents and bookstalls in Melbourne. 7

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT AUSTRALIA CAN LEARN FROM AMERICA. INTERESTING CHAT WITH MR. JAMES CHALMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

WHAT AUSTRALIA CAN LEARN FROM AMERICA. INTERESTING OHAT WITH ME, JAMES CHALMERS. ? (Special to 'The Mirror.') Mr. James Chalmers, managing director, of Farmers Ltd., returned to Australia re cently, after a trip to America extending over some months. He has come back with decided opinions as to what this country has to learn from ' the United States. Mr. Chalmers is one of the most capable and pro gressive commercial men of Sydney, and one who has always been an ardent advocate of the development of Australian commerce. : His views are, thorefore, of considerable interest. ? ininng ms stay in America no was closely in touch with the commercial life of the - country, and he is full of enthusiasm regard- ., ing the business methods. He made a ? special study of tho department store busi- -l:':, neso, and gathered a fund of information which must be of value in directing the y course of the great business which is under 5= his control, as well as to Australian com- :;:-i merco generall...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australia’s Chance: What America Can Teach. HUN SELECTORS AS SECRET INTELLIGENCE AGENTS. HOW A WOMAN EXPOSED THE GERMAN SYSTEM. DISTRIBUTION OF ARMS IN THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

A*t®4r^iia*& '''OHstikc'e ' -What American Gaa TeaehB' HUN SELECTORS AS SECRET INTEI1IGENCE AGENTS. HOW A WOMAN EXPOSED THE GERMAN SYSTEM. DISTRIBUTION OF ARMS IN THE COUNTRY. (Special to 'The Mirror.' In the last article of this series, the writer described. in detail tho completeness of tho - German system of mercantile espionage .which has enabled Germany to compete so successfully with Great Britain in tho markets of the world. He told how German youths were sent to London to obtain situa tions in big mercantile houses, and were .able to do so by tho fact that thoy could accept lower wages than British youths, being in receipt of pay from tho German Government at the; same time. In this chapter evidence will be given of the existence of a similar organisation even in the remote country districts of Australia, by means of which' the German. Government is kept fully informed regarding the nature of the land, the name, 'nationality, and other particulars of its occupiers, a...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNTRAINED OFFICERS. PROTEST IN PARLIAMENT. MELBOURNE Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

UNTRAINED OFFICERS. PROTEST IN PARLIAMENT. (From our Special Correspondent.) ' , MELBOURNE. Frtdav.' Criticism of military Inefficiency and chaos in - administration is not likely to bo restrained in tho present session, and has already been in , augurutcd from both sides of tho House. 'For God'e sake,' exclaimed Mr. Watklns, in tho House of Representatives an Wednesday, 'givo our boys a chance. We aU Itnow their valor. They; ' hare proved it. But don't tet them eo into action ' under officers who don't know the rudiments tfi their business.' - ' 'What Mr. Watltlns was Complaining about was 1 tno practico wmcix ne aiiegeu 10 do rampant or giving untrained men commissions over tho heads of men. who- had learned sometliins of the, war game. Half a. score ot men ne^o - on the Labor «Me said 'Hear, hear,' to Mr. 'Watkins. : ' Everything Eattl in- 'Tho Mirror' about ;the heed tor a closer watch over military administration ' , is hoios echoed and 're-echoed in Parliament it- ? coif. If t...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE GRIP OF THE HUNS. GERMAN WOOL-BUYERS. “MIRROR'S" EXPOSURE COMMENDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

IN THE GRIP OF THE HUNS. . GERMAN WOOL-BUYERS. 'MIRROR'S' EXPOSURE COMMENDED. _ ? (Special to 'The Mirror.') The article which appeared in the last issue of 'The Mirror' dealing with, wool-buyers in our midst who are suspected of Hun tendencies, called forth much favorable com ment among the Australian -.and British Nbnyers operating at the sales during this week. One buyer, remarked! 'There Is riot tho least doubt that wool Is shipped to America, for enemy yuiiniBco, ? no Jiuuw.iunt AJUerica IS .. IUI1 Ot German spies, and that there arc thousands ot Germans living like parasites on - the land which they have made their home, and whose hospitality they have accepted for the time being. That some of them may. have scraps of paper in the form of naturalisation papers would not worry them in tho least, as long as they could help the Father land. _, . 'Wool Is exported from Australia to lho States, and though buyers here have to be passed by the British-American Wool Buyers' Associatio...

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

LIEUT. VON SPECHT. (Special to 'The Mirror.') The article in a recent issue of 'The Mirror,' describing the escape a£ Lieut. Von Specht from the .German Concentration C»mp at Liverpool and ultimately from Australia, aroused considerable interest, and enquiries have been made as to the sources of our information. Wo may state that tho facts came in directly from Lieut. Von Speoht himself at Manila, and we have reason to know* that the story told was absolutely authentic. An Australian officer, who had known ?Von Specht, recently received a postcard from him from America. He was then on. his way back to Germany.

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

A JEWEL I-EFT BEHIND. — (Rehso,_ In 'Nejvark. Evening News.')

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

11 THE NEW BATTLE OF THE BALTIC. Tirplti ? (aftcr.'Nclson, with a .differ: ence):' 'I see no Russian victors —(By Raven Hill, in 'Punch.')

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

1 ? 8 fr t t__ . We carry the flneetfange In Australia. Our renowned M.S. , '-{ ™8 JttSflBS&iBiL specialities are absolutely t/ie best value obtainable. .j ^(ItE: mS.' .'GOODS RIGHT ? PRICES RIGHT.' '-$ M it' iim, Fostnpc on BRPUETC N.S.W., Od.: ft M Si ill O..a Jllieket: KAl»i\fe I O. Other Statee, 1/2. _?*] fBfl }} 31 M.S. Handicap, full size 6/. %$& iHsiS C-RH. Special ? 9/0 ti I S-I M.S. Champion ? 11/6 H HI If C.B.B., cork dandle.... 13/* 1ft Si fl V C.B.B. Quadruple ? 15/tt ? W II B f M.S. Hnymurket ? 22/0 IS 1 5f Haymarket Bpeclal ? 27/6 H^ Iff f Haymarket, Selected... 35/- ? ^BSSr jroymarket, Kx. Spue... 37/6 wSf Ayre's Handicap ? 14/6 Ayre'B Al ? 16/6 Ayre'a Double Central.. 18/9 Ayre'B Champion ? 22/6 Ayre'a S.N.D. ? 45/. Slaeenfi-er'a Itenahiur... 15/ Bfcizeneer's Demon .... 22/6 Bla:enKrr's Whouse ... 27/6 Slazeneer'B K.O.M. .... 36/6 fllnsens-T'» nolifirty ? »0/- SlazenKVr'* Hlndium ... 45/ » MK Poslace on DAI-IC N.S.W., 8a.: Ml Oho T^oien: OALLb. Other ...

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BEFORE THE WHISTLE BLOWS. THE WAR MORALISINGS OF LONG SAM MARTIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

I BEFORE THE WHISTLE BLOWS. i— ~'-. man* ^. THE WAR MORAUSINGS OF LONG SAM MARTIN. By 'SMOKE-OH.' ? J 'IiOfis Sam Martin drank the last of his Icold tea and reflected. - ? ??? 'xtiem Dardanclleu must keep a lot of bloomln' Turlta busy-sktln' on tlvs top oC them hills,' he wild slowly. 'Mice jness our crowd have made of It,' 'grunted Wnrrego. 'How our ' Aus , . trallan mob is soln' to be toolc out is .what licks me. We're In a nice place or jrlght, I don't think. Ask mo my opinion and I say it's a fair cow. General Hamll grace tie eoes out in. No fear. Nothln' like that. He goes home to report. How many Australian* would like to go home ? and- report? Don't teli me it ain't for pleasure them poor coves sits in the ( trenches. Lovely life! Don't they write nnd tell us every mall?' . ' ' Long: Sam, with his pipe alight, leaned - back nnd looked thoughtfully ? at tho top of the opposite wall. . 'Them Dardanelles,' he said, '1b a thick cloud of official mystery. It ain't no use ,to' try ...

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

j I-' x ? ' '? gr\^ 4&ASKBF!!Sr^ ? A Wood Fifcre specially adapted for ts&& i». «he Commba ihl. &JBr mMWSir^ ? ' wealth -iik the erection- of Walls' and Oeilfoga of— ' ' ?. \h ' Wk^^^^^ ' Warehouses Offices Churches Model Bwelimgs M -S3j$P Clwb Buildings Hotels Bungalows Billiard Rooms n; , _Hj^ _ Mansions or Week-end Cottages. \\ %-? ?-. . ?,-. ?- ??- ? ??? ' - £- '8CANDIA 'Board Is supplied In usual BUILDING SIZES and ?$,£-* In various thicknesses and strengths. ' It Is CHEAPER, 11,,'' STRONGER and more DURABLE , than any other liko f| ,V * material on the market, and, being absolutely IMPERVIOUS ? i i* ? to MOISTURE, Is particularly suitable, for .WALLS and -. ii^j, ? . CEILINGS. ? ..'.??-? ' ' 1 i;' '' '^SCANDIA' will not chip, crack or disintegrate, and is very I » cosily and cheaply erected. NO DIRT; NO UNNECESSARY 1 !;? . ANNOYANCE, and forms a lasting job. Does not require - ' S* ' f -repairs, retards pasaago of cold, hSat and sound, is treate...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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THE DINING-ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

THE DINING-ROOM. I.had 'grown still more Interested in my young couple, and, when they rose and strolled into' the dining-room, separated from the reception hall by a curtained archway, I followed. The panelled effect in the dining-room was still more striking, and the furniture, of brown mission oak, was Just suited to the room. The oriental carpet of richly toned red added to tho 'cosy apuparancel , Arecesg ajong nlmuri the whSWi pT ono 'fildtfof thg.room was ,--?. cupied by a handsome sideboard, and in the corner a little shuttered window com municated with the kitchen. ., The little man with the kIosbcs took up an. unconsciously Insular position on tlu Hearthrug in front of the open fireplace, at each aide of which were cosy seats for two. He stood wKh his legs apart, and looked round with an air of ownershln 'This is Eotng to be our house,' he an nounced, with decision. The little Girl's bluo eyes beamed. A DAINTY DRAWING-ROOM. A pretty little drawing-room, ' treated In ll£ht c...

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

LIGHT BEER BENEFICIAL Experience In Victoria has proved that tho curtailment of the hours of trading- for liquor-bars does not lessen drunkenness. The president of tlio Licensed Victual lers' Association has made the practical suggestion that the alcoholic strength of spirits should be reduced, and that we should introduce and popularise the light wines of France and the light beers of ftafrrliim nnri Amprii'n' American beer is world-renowned for its lightness, and in this respect, as in flavor and quality, 'Blue. Ribbon' American Lager excels. This wholesome, refreshing beer la already well-known in Australia, it havinsr undoubtedly ' caught the public taste.' ' ' / Men who decide for less alcohol need not resort to soft drinks. 'Bine Ribbon' Lager is the temperate man's choice, for it is beneficial as well as refreshing. ? ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE IDEAL HOME EXHIBITION. AN UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

THE IDEAL HOME EXHIBITION. AN UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS. 'Home Is where our affections are,' said a famous English essaytsti and ho might have added that our affections are of ton where our domestic comforts are. At any. rate, . tho N.S.W. . Institute of 'Architects was evidently actuated by that idea when it initiated the. Ideal Homo Ex hibition held during the week in the' Town Hall. Its conception of what .a. home ought to be was plainly the result of care ful study of local climatic conditions and the financial abilities of the people, whose sivo expense. The idea of tho exhibition was to demonstrate that a person with a limited income could, with a little econ omy, 'be the possessor of an ideal home. The exhibition undoubtedly attained its object. ?His Excellency tho Governor, Sir Gerald Strickland, Btruck tho right noto when. In opening the exhibition, he eald that In Australia the great heed was a variety of types of houses to suit the extremes of climate met with in tho different ...

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