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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915
DOCTORS RECOMMEND DRY C3 I N CAUTION I Owing lo the heavy Increased Spirit Duties. Ihete b a lerufsocy lo place before the public cheap and inferior Glut locally bottled, and of much reduced strength, and small contend. Always a— for CILBEV'e DRY C!H, bottled in England, and you have * guaranU« of good strength, full contents, and the finest Gin Distilled in the world. Specially recommended by Doctors for Kidney Complaint* and Rheumatism. ? * See that you get QIE.BEY'8. TUCKER A CO., SYDNEY . . Sol* Ag-nU. j KRESOLVO FBI Australian registered, owned and made. Hcum. £_8S£ £91 a' YOU KRESOLVO bottled In Auatrallan-made -JWU««' ^SijffiL/zzSL h'f-te»l bottles, labelled and cased by Australians. ^tfSff tSJ0pf&Si&™-?-&te. It IS Australian from beginning to end... j(Sj1bjI§h Wii---ai~s*u-*-^jr&! KRESOLVO contain* 52.5 per cent. Cre- ^F^^^^WX!mmX^S^m» tyllc Acid, which Is a ? higher standard JflTir-uw —„.„„, nmnnii ? ~j IBn than any Disinfectant on the market...
Commence our Great New Serial Story To-Day. The Story of & V.C. IN LOVE ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SYNOPSIS OF OPENING CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915
Commence our Great New Serial Story To-Day. ?/5 IN LOVE --V ? ? ? _____ By Clara Hay Hamilton. , ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SYNOPSIS OF OPENING CHAPTERS. Sir John Ad air, baronet and man about town, is in lovo with Pesgy Harduastle, a youns and beautiful ijlrl. l'ctcr Howard, a youns sculptor, who is a close friend of Adalr's, la also In love with Peggy. Owing to Sir John's manner, PeiHiy de cides that he is only amusing himself .with her, and gho receives him with cold friendliness. At the same tune sho re fuses to marry Peter, who she has known all her life. The outbreak of war finds Sir John Adulr still in London. Peter Howard Is one 11C the first to 1 announce liln Intention of goins to tho front, but Adair . ileclurcts that he does not believe In war. This has, the effect of hnnlfinlni? Pecirv's henrt niralnst him more than over. Peter leaves for tlio front, and before he goes Peggy Agrees to become bis wife on condition that the -vcdding takes place upon, the d-y of bis departure. T...
MELBOURNE IN THE MIRROR. THE LATEST GOSSIP ON THE BLOCK. Collins-street, Friday. The Repertory Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915
I MELBOURNE IN THE MIRROR. THE LATEST GOSSIP ON THE BLOCK. Collins-street, Friday, Tho Repertory Theatre. In spite of a black sky, with thin scratches ol unceasing rain, Oregan Mc Mahon put up a splendid show on Satur day night at the Collins-street Atbanaeum. The ball was comfortably full Ions before eight o'clock, and thero was a dead bush when the curtain went up on. The Con vict on the Hearth,' the first of three ex I cellent short plays. : ' I Mr. Keon, again dm the convict, Bcored I heavily right through, as also did Mrs. I Fowler; Mr. BHows, a ripping character actor, stood out with one or two others, no mean achievement In such a fine all round company. Much as I Bhould like to discuss the play, I find my time too limi ted, and I am even now within a few minutes- of the hour for the- closing of the mail. Following 'The Convict' came a quick, ..clever little dramatisation by Eden Phlll S*''^ pott, named 'Hiatus.' The four actors ' included in the cas.to were Hilton Daniel], H...
ANTI-GERMAN LEAGUE. WIDENING ITS SPHERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915
ANTI-GERMAN LEAGUE. WIDENING ITS SPHERE. The Anti-German League is still widen-*, '\ ing Its sphere of work, and a new move Is' t, '; a petition which Is being organised, and will be brought under the notice of Parlia ment At each meeting of the League the public is requested, to sign this petition. - Branches are now being established In the country centres, where satisfactory 'V support is being received. i . A meeting of the League is to be held in tho Waterloo Town Hall on Monday night, which, it is expected, will bo largely at- ?.. tended. For tho convenience of the League's operations an office is about to be opened .: in the city. . ?' ,
DO YOU TAKE MUSTARD? A Moral Agitator. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915
DO YOU TAKE MUSTARD ? By ' THE MAD MULLAH.' A Moral Agitator. Mr. Black, New South Wales' Chief Secretary, Is about to emulate Mr. Bron sen and 'embark on a tour, of moral agi tation.'' He told the Y.M.C.A. so the other night, and what he told the T.M.OA. must be true. That evening the Mad Mullah saw a vision in tho smoke clouds which emanated from his after dinner pipe. In it was Mr. Black as he will appear just before the next election trying to explain away the statement that he objected to smoking. It was an interesting sight. 'Of course you can never be like me. But bo an like me as you're able to be.' ? ? ? The Microbe'* Friend. Mr. Srysdale Brown is Minister of Public Health for Victoria, Ho is one or two. other things, but it was in that ca pacity that he Is best known. He is mainly famous for his successful work In connection with the Midwifery BUI. Mr. Brown is in the Legislative Council, which is fortunate, as he is able to sleep more comfortably there than might be the c...
CYCLING ON LAND AND WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915
CYOLINO ON LAND AND WATEBr irmJrommirr-r'- ? ' —— . *? ??-^«-ss^S=SSSSSSSSSSSSZfi A demonstration was given at Southend (East of England) . recently of a new land and water cycle which has been invented by Mr. Belbin, of Batteroea. The inventor is seen.- riding the mnchine along the Southend pier. Ho entered the water from the end of the pier, and rode on- the water to the shore, a distance of . . : . . ? ', a mile and a half. . ,. ? ? ?