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

SEND US YOURJ! SNAPSHOTS. .. The Editor of 'Tha Mirror' Will bo ptoascd to racelvc for -publi- cation interesting photagrapfM by both Amateurs and Profes ?ional*. Paymant will b« rnado for photographs accepUdt film* - , .will, tf necetsary, b« deveicp&t ., free of charge, and originals will . be returned If dtsirsd. ... . ' . Snapshots relatino to men or events at the front will bo.epecJ ' ally welcdmtd. ' ' '. ? - |,V; .... :^^:=~=^;

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

CAUSED BY CARELESSNESS. If you are constipated it is your own fault. It is caused by carelessness and can bo corrected 'by cultivating careful habits. . '?: ' ' Diet is of the first importance, then ox erciso and the use of a laxutive until healthful habits are established. -Harsh purgatives are harmful and make matters worse, but Pinkettes, the littlo pinic ovals prepared by the Dr. Williams' Medicine, Co., Sydney, give nature tho gentle assist ance required and they really do correct uonfttipatiori. If the laxative you arc using is unsatisfactory try Pinkettes. Write for a free Bample, mentioning the 'Mirror,' or .got a fuil-slza Is. bottle of Pinkcttes from your own chomlst.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"QUEEN OF THE ALLIES" ELECTION. POSITION OF CANDIDATES TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

'QUEEN OF THE ALLIES' ELECTION. POSITION OF CANDIDATES TO DATE. Keen Interest Is being manifested in the 'Queen of the Allies' election, which It being run. in connection with the Allies' Day function to be held on November 19. Large numbers of votes have already been recorded, and after the second count the position of the various candidates is as fcll-WB: — No. 1.— MR8. GEORGE SARGENT (Sar gent's, Ltd.); Colors, violet and gold. Secretary, C. Bridges, 252 Pitt-street. No. 2.— MISS HILDRKD MORRIS (Com mercial Travellers' Association). Col ours. Dink and cream. Secretarv. H. Fieremont, Commercial Travellers' Club, Moore-Btreet. No. I.— MRS. GEORGE BLACK (Polico Service, N.S.W.). Belgian colors - - (black, red and yellow). Secretary, D.-R. MtCaU, Police Department. No. 4.— MRS. T. DANKS (Waterloo can didate). Colors, purple, white and cold. Secretary, Town Clerk, Water loo. No. B.— MISS MINNA ROBERTS (Tram way Service, N.S.W.). Colors, green and white. Secretary, Albert Leigh ton, Tr...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLIES' DAY. ADMINISTRATION OF THE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

ALLIES' DAY. ADMINISTRATION OF THE FUND, Complaints havo been -most prevalent during the past month regarding the ad ministration of the Australia Day Fund. In the last issue of 'The Mirror' there appeared a letter, written by a Darling hurst resider', who signed himself 'Well- Wlsher,' and remarked that it would bo a wise move on the part of the organisers of the Allies' Day Fund if they published a clear and definite statement as to what steps have been taken to ensure the money obtained reaching Its legitimate destination. With a view to clearing up the mattter, a representative of 'The Mirror' yester f?AV whltftrl nn Mr TN^ntrllln Mnumnti nntx of the Joint secretaries of the Allies' Day Committee. 'Your correspondent, 'Well Wisher,*' said Mr, Mayman, 'appears to be under tlie impression that the inaction of the Australia Day Committee with, the ad ministration' of the fund, and particularly with regard to that part of it which con cerns the amelioration of the conditions of the ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MIRROR OF LABOR (By "P.L.L.”) MR. ANSTEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

THE MIRROR OF LABOR, (By 'P.L.L.'- MR. ANSTEY. The name of Mr. Anstey does not appear to have been mentioned In the election of the Hushes Ministry. The man who bells tho cat always takes on a thankless task, especially In politics. Maybe, Mr. Anstey did not want oltlcc — he is that sort of man. But If the selection of the Labor Ministry had been made by any Labor Conference in Australia, Mr. Anstey's name would have been among the first, MINISTERS' VOLTE FACE. The division list in the N.S.W. Legisla tive Assembly on the question of nine o'clock versus ten o'clock closing of hotels tells a tale of great strenuousness on the part of Mr. Holman. The Government won by 33 to 32, but four Ministers — Messrs. Hall, Cann, Griffith, and Qrahame, the secretary of tho party, Mr. Hlckey, and Mr. J. Storey, had to be induced to change their minds from nine o'clock to ten to save the Leader of the Government from defeat. Incidentally, the vote shows that whatever truth may be In the rumors of di...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERAL FLASHES. PARLIAMENT RESUMES Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

FEDERAL FLASHES. PARLIAMENT RESUMES (From our Special Correspondent.) Melbourne, Friday. Whon the Federal rnrllament met tor business on 'Wednesday it found a new team in possession of the Government benches, Mr. Huulies was in the seat for merly occupied by Mr. Fisher, and Mr. Fisher himself was a notable absentee. He had a seat just outside the charmed circle, and waa merely a spectator of the proceedings, th'ough It must have been strange to him to be there. Ho was look ing on the whole more pleased and more relieved man ai any urae- ainue uie w« began. No doubt he felt that tho weight of responsibility had dropped from his shoulders. Mr. Hughes was tho centre of interest. All eyes were on him when he got up to announce the names of his Ministers. The reception ho got from both sides roust have flattered him. The cheering, was quite as loud from the Op position side as from his own. He looked a shade more grave than usual as he formally announced that the Governor General had ent...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"MIRROR" PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION. LIST OF PRIZE-WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

'MIRROR' PHOTOGRAPHIC .,..'?. COMPETITION, LIST OF PRIZE-WINNERS. The following is a list of prize-winners of the 'Mirror' photographic competi tion:— . ? ? For the best photographs of an Austra lian scene: — (1) Back Country Mall Horses — Mr. W. P. Baldwin, Wallangra, Inveroll; (2) Motor Engine Working on Durrle Farm, BIrriwa — Mr. C. R. Smith, Blrrlwa; (3) Half-dried Creek at Lid combe — F. Brunner, Redfern. For the best photographs of a military subject, only one prize baa been awarded — to G. G. Huber, Lelchhardt; the subject ? 'i being 'Preparing the Evening Feed.' In the under IK class, the following are the prize-winners: — (1) 'Boiling the ?-; Billy,' M. Cardew, Wahroonga; (2) 'The BuBh Road,' B. J. McCormack, Surry HlUs. _ A gift matinee in aid of the Australian nurses at the front is to ba held at tha Garden Theatre, Bayswater-road, on Nov. 4. The musical programme Is being: ar ranged by Mrs. Hugh Word, and sympa- 1 thlsers are requested to bring such ar- j tides as cakes,...

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

THE WAR CHEST. AS8ISTANT COMMISSIONERS APPOINTED. Several business men 'are leaving for Egypt during the coming week to assist Mr. Budden in connection with War Chest work. The new assistant .commissioners, who arc paying their own expenses, in clude Mr. Thos. Henley, M.L.A., Mr. Ben nett, of Messrs. Bennett and Wood, and Mr. John Fell, of Northwood, who is a nephew of Mr. David Fell. / ' Mr. Gerald Cooper's concert in aid of the War Chest has been fixed for Nor. 10, and scats may be obtained at Paling's from Nov. 1.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Talk Of Sydney A Poet’s War Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

r '...'? *. ? , — —' — -— — -^——' — ~ : — ?= — ~ ? ?..'..' BY TJVTLJEtL ?* *S ? A Poet's War. Work. .. . ' I pee that John Masefleld, poet, has ? ? . , transferred his activities from Prance to . the, Dardanelles. He was engaged In Red . , XJrosa work In the former country for some time, and is now doing duty with a picket-boat and barge for. the us© of tho I wounded in Gallipoll. Mosefield collected I funds for this purpose in England, and I is, I understand, now in Lcmnos.' The I ' barge Is fitted with every comfort fortho I - transport of the wounded, and is under Iw . . the direction of the Joint comrnltteo of r ..thp British Bed Cross and the Order of I 'St. John. a ?? ?? ':??/'-.? ? ? ? ?? ?? An Observation Badge. ..A friend btmtno Is an 'observer' at tached to the Royal Flying Corps. Ho wears an ingenious, if not . particularly ; flattering badge, comprising a .single' out etretched wing,' not unlike a chicken's, -;..- with a 'blg-O at the root. Although* this suggests that t...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ISSUES AT STAKE. INCONGRUITY OF THE VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

THE ISSUES AT STAKE, INCONGRUITY OF THE VOTE.1 On Tuesday next the Federal Govern *'* ment will fprmolly exercise the power v. which their majority gives them and will lfUjue- the writs for another Referendum. ' ', However little they' are inclined for , . polities, however' deeply their, attention is j concentrated on the fate of their bro thers, their friends and their sons, how ever anxious tney may ue ior me mia 01 tto ?Empire' indbf their own country, the people of Australia ? will have to ndure the infliction of a political orgy from that day until the vote Is taken In December next.- As the campaign has been forced on them in spite of its incongruity with oil their fccltnga and interests, to the electors will be forced to vote whether they like It or not Compulsory Voting Act. To - ensure that this Refcrndum will ' ', not be killed by contempt, the Federal Government have passed a Compulsory Voting Act, which makes failure to vote an offence punishable by fine. The elec tors ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOVE IN A COTTAGE. AN IDEAL HOME EXHIBITION IDYLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

. lqveVin a cottage. , : AN! IDEAL HOME EXHIBITION iDYLU .. (By a Contributor.) 'Scandja' cottage stands ; in ? Its own : grounds, and is situated in the middle of '- the , Town. Hall. It has not always been ' there. In fact, It Is but a growth of a few ?, ctayg. still, to look at It, one would ima ? sine that it bad been there for tiutte a long-time, and' was the home 'of some '„_ happy and contented young couple. It is, in its way, the embodiment of per ' fectlon in cottages. This. is not., only ray .opinion. It is the view held by everyone ?who .visited the Ideal- Home Exhibition - during the week. Officially, it Is described ?:ii;,. 'as a bungalow of wood frame, with a 'f{:. low-pitched roof covered with ruberold; ]£?:?? -the walls externally above a rusticated '-., mahogany weatherboard base sheeted '-¥'. with 'Scandla' boarding, which is a com ).. position, of compressed wood fibre, with A..' the joints of 'IScahdia.' covered with wood C!. strips.' ;-Suchra description la remi...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEAUTIFUL SYDNEY HOME WHICH HOUSES AUSTRALIAN WOUNDED DURING CONVALESCENCE. Rose Hair, which was opened last Saturday by Lady Helen Munro Fergason as a Rest Home for wounded soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

BEAUTIFUL SYDNEY HOME WHICH HOUSES AUSTRALIAN WOUNDED DURING CONVALESCENCE. Hose Hair; which was opened last Saturday by Lady Helen Munro Ferguson as a Rest Home for wounded soldiers. - . Lady Helen Munro Ferguson addressing the crowd at the opening of Rose Hall. A group of auxiliary nurses photographed at the coremony of opening Rose Hal as a rest home for wounded soldiers.* ? ' ' '- .'. ' rJa Some of the girls who are assisting to nurse our wounded heroes back to health. ,^x\ i.\ i.A , , t ? , ' A happy group in the beautiful grounds of Rose. Hall. Rot* Hall, »n» of Sydney's beautiful old homes, which has been transformed into ? rest home for woundod soldiars. Miss Fox,. Matron at Ron Hall.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FURNISHING SCHEME FOR £300. THE MODEL COTTAGE, FURNISHED BY MARCUS CLARK & CO., LTD.," ON VIEW AT SYDNEY TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

A FURNISHING SCHEME FOR £300. THE MODEL COTTAGE, FURNISHED BY MARCUS CLARK & CO., LTD.; . ON VIEW AT SYDNEY TOWN HALL. Tho enthusiasm of the catalogue writer and the best efforts of the photographer leave very much to be desired in Justice to well-made furniture, and the reader's interest is solicited to place, in the mind's eye, the beautiful and useful ? articles In the rooms for which they are being con sidered, and also to fill them With one's own belongings; then they, may be well judged. ? ? ' . , And In connection with the furnishing of the model cottage in the- Sydney Town Hall, organiser by^ the Institute of Archi tects of New South .Wales, it is no ex-' aggeratlon to say that. the enthusiasm, of. the catalogue writer and the photographer would leave much to be 'desired In Judg ing this splendid effort 'of Messrs. Marcus Clark and Co; It must be^seen to-be ap preciated, and it is a significant fact that every, day has seen greater crowds view* Ing this model cottage...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRACE Bros.’Two Fine Displays at the Ideal Home Exhibition are receiving much favorable comment. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

[?] The display on the ground floor con oists of somo very fine ' Period ' FurnN iure, the customary plan of showing f urnlturcfTn rooms being departed from on this occasion for a much more effec tivo method. This consists of an oblong platform, ' which serves as the floor. In tho centre ; of the platform stands a' nicelycon ceived Portal, with trellis top decorated _: with flowers, and on tho ground, sland '' Ing some Eft high, is the figure of an Egyptian Slave, an exquisite statue of the modern French School. From the four sides of tho Portal ex tend panelled walls, which serve to form four distinct semi-rooms. Thus it is possiblo at almost any angle to get a BUmpse of the complete scheme. Prac tically all tho Furniture shown is in the 'Period' styles. , Tho Dining-room, for Instance, has been devoted to tho Georgian style, which Is exemplified by.' a magnificent antique, low-backed, mahogany side board, with dining chairs to match. Then on the samo side Is a Jacobean Library, af...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

Another view of the samo Stand from a different angle.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACROSS AUSTRALIA—IN IHE TRACK OF BURKE AND WILLS (All Rights Reserved). THE ILL-FATED EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

AFRil-& AITQTUAIIA— IU ^FHF TDArif IW RI TRKT ---ANTI WII I ^i -,;' By- FRANCIS BIJRT]UBS (All Rights Reserved). :,- ? Photoflraphj by arranaement with KODAK (Australasia) LTD. '? THE ILL-FATED EXPEDITION. ',/, Innamlncka' formed my main base for /some weeks. ' Down. and. up tho Cooper, ; I motored, Keeking news of tho expedition. Three main landmark/! still' arc visible. _^Up the creek some score of .'.miles on the ?'.; edfire of a drlcd-up waterhole, a treo Is 'standing with lettering, on tho. main trunk i marked : DIG arrow, and what looks like 18ft. N.W.— Q. A bie branch growlnff out, and 3ft. from the ground has been chiselled ' out, Ded. 11-61, Underneath this there Is some more. wording, the letters being about 31 Inches high. The whole Is very lndis 4fnp.t. A fftvtr vnrr?» dfnfnnt nnt fpn nnnffi one standing- upright,' and. four lying on .tho ground. Theso are about 7ft. In length ? .and Gin. across. White ants are eating everything:. ? ? ' I would' ask some historic...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Some Interesting Views of GRACE Bros.' Displays Photographed by "The Mirror." [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

Some Interesting Views of GRACE Bros.' Displays Photographed by 'The Mirror.' Showing Grace Bros.' Batemtnt Display, the datall* balng moat eltarv Many people ware attracted to this exhibit

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Party Strife in Wartime is National Treachery. THE CASE AGAINST THE REFERENDA. (Published by arrangement with the Riberal Association of N.S.W.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915

. ?: J?&v$$r x Strife i*v -VyrartIme; t& ' t- P^i^tios^a^i ..'; Tre^^ll^S^ T: , '2 , .THE CASE AGAINST : THE. REFERENDA. . , , ? '~'Z7Z '??'?'-' r. ;;;; '.??-,'..'?. '''.''.''*'. . ' J ' ' '.'V'' ' '' '..\ ,r. '.','-? ', ' v jtPpbliijhed b)( arrangement with the Mberal Association of N.S.W.)'--' '? ' ? i':v »— — — ? '.'?'. * ' ? . ' ? * ' ' : '— , ' ? ' ' ' ' ' i .' — '-i :' While the citizens here are being ! .'compelled under pains and penalties ;V to record their votes, 100,000 of our : '(soldiers abroad, and 77,000 sick and ' 'invalid at home, deprived of the '? . postal vote — an army of over 175,000 ;-' voters— are deliberately prevented ; from expressing their opinions. on '-. these grave questions. 1 Just now, when anxiety and grief : reign in almost every household, '/ when feeling and emotion are \ supreme over reason and judgment, : . the people are being coerced into the ; 'arena of party strife and contention ; itcfxlecide vital changes in our Aus -.'? i...

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 H . AT LOW PRICES WITH PROMPT DELIVERY. We carry laro» «tock« H OREGON, V/H1TE PINE, RIMU, and BALTIC FLOORING, LININGS, WEATHEB H BOARDS, etc., REDWOOD MOULDINGS of overy description, and molt othtr B Tlmbors required by Dullden, \vhl9h we supply at special prices. Only 1st Quality ffl Timber handled. Send us your Inquiries. Prlco List posted Free on application. . § : : VANDERFIELD & REID, a TIMBER MERCHANTS (Yard, Wharf, and Saw Mills), LEICHHARDT-STREET, ? I -?.??'' GLEBE (BlaekwatUe Bay). B* Minute*, from Glebe Tram Terminus. ; 'Phone, M1S25, M1926. - r ?a^jjfa.'T.Tij ;T;r\ ' ?;; :: i ? .- ^ffiii. ; V..Y,i- ..Ir ? I :^-^'- ? REMEDY. '?':? ' V. ?| The Medicine You require for thooe !' WEAK NERVES — that TIRED . } BRAIN— that EXHAUSTED BODY is tho one great well-tried, and j proven Remedy | '? ????? . ' , . | Thousands of people all over Australia swear by it wbo havo 'j been cured permanently of Insomnia, Nervous Breakdown, Oon- , etlpation, Poor Appetite, Nervous ...

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

„?'! PETER IN HOSPITAL. ? ! Peter was wounded, that wus It — badly ' .Wounded 1 . This much Peggy gathered, and the yrorlrt swam up and down around her. \ ? 'Where is he?' she was asking faintly. 'In the Duchess of Sutherland's hos . pltal, nut near St. Malon, at the end of the beach,' was the reply. Then she was being given a lift In a military motor-car, driven by a kind eyed Irish officer. :' . 'Peter's wounded,' she kept saying, imtlt»r her breath. ' s ? Dusk was Calling, and nil the sad flat land lay under a veil of unfathomable erey, with the grey sen lapping (softly to northward. Dozens of motor-cars and transport waggons crowded the roads, ?which were lined everywhere with sentry But Peggy was blind and deaf to every thing. She knew nothing, she saw, no ' thing, but that Peter was wounded. Badly wounded, too! ' What did that mean? , She sat there in the car, her little white hands' tightly elasped, her pale lovely face a. study In pain. It was coming homo to her now for the ...

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