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INTERESTING INFORMATION ON MATTERS OF INTEREST MIRROR READERS' QUESTIONS ANSWERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
INTERESTING INFOR MATION ON MATTERS OF INTEREST MIRROR READERS' QUESTIONS . 'j , ANSWERED. We shall be pleased to answer from week to , l';']. v] week, so far as possible, questions put to us \ -'-? \ ' '-J by readers of the Mirror. Correspondents '',-'*' ji may use a no'm-be-plume, but must give their ' — ? /t cocrect name and address as a sign of good * l ' faith. ? i ? STATE Alb.' TOR OHILDHKN.t.,, ' ' To Anxious Mother (Mullet Cn-ekJ.'hvho uhUb U fho ,, .' can get Btate aid for her children, ? Hhu ij.livlut; upurl /^ from her liurtiand, whom she left two. jpars ago, during ' whk-h time lie Jiaa 'not contributed to the nippcirt ol - hcrEeli or her children, lie was for seven iiioiiUik In a , i lunatic asylum. Wio'' cannot work wltli six children It ' ' look after. - - ? ? ,- - - , J* you live in N.S.W. apply to the,31ato Cluldrou ; Relief Department, Education UuJWlnffB, \Uridijc-h1reit, ' '. Sydney. You will -probably lie alilc to nialie urranye- _ _, - nienU to have some of the...
HIS LUCKY NUMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
HIS lA'CICV NUMUI3U. One of the. New /wlandcra, writing to un EhrIIsIi piper, tells of liln luck In the number 7. Left N.Z. on 27th, tit 7 o'clock; lift. Africa after 70 d«ys, again at 7 o'clock: there wero 17 riilpn In the African |»irl, and on the 7th duy out picked tip 7 British destroyers —on the 17th, at 7 p.m. And an soon as lie could K«t them, after Landing, ho had 7 drink* to celebrate safe arrival. Ills lucky number ! i
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
I ANTHONY HORDERNS* FOR THE FENCHURCH WATCH /^ZZ^. The FENCHURCH NON-MAGNETIC LEVER is a HIGH /7-^aV GRADE Open Face KEYLESS WATCH for men, and one II iBiyj that will STAND HARD WEAR and ROUGH \*+B&Jkgt$£3&£--. ' USAGE. The' FENCHURCH is an ACCURATE ' ?^^B^n«»w TIMEKEEPER, .has' Compensating Bal (SBT^'t-i.iiiia\ ance» is fuHy Jewelled, and weH, finished. mBL^3rMSSff^7i The fenchurch :is a short-wind jHl^J^kri R4^W KEYLESS WATCH in DUST and WATER A^fSk^^/r^l^^l fS^. PROOF Case, fitted either with ' A«^A rrS/ *« Screw Bezel and Back or i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ' ,Gun Metal CaBe' If ThE E/SRTN'ftND ' 1 THF FFMr-HlfRf-H Nlckel Sllver Casc' - I 1/iL I JiflvnUiVLfl 18/6 |^%pti^^ct^^ ^By Registered Post, Cd. Extra. Anthony Hordern & Sons, Ltd. X.JkwyiSS^.SKer3' Brickfield Hill, Sydney
HIS RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
miis niaiim One of the boye wan called before the O.O, for fight ing with another, Juot about the time It was -expected tho order would come to hop over. What were you Dobtlng for i' asked the offleer. 'He called me a blank)' liar,'- was the answer, ',W 1 ain't goln' to stand to be called that by any nian.'V 'IsVthlv true ?' enquired the O.O. of the other man. 'Yet, said the one addrcsFcd; 'I called him a liar;' be In, and I can prove it.' ? 'Well 1' said the O.O. to the first ac cused. 'That's right enough,' 'aid the man, 'but even If I am a liar, I got a. rlpit to be tsensitlvc about It, the same as anybody else. Same as It he called you a ? , you'd plug Mm, wouldn't you ?' I
SOME INTERESTING SNAPSHOTS OF THE WEEK'S FUNCTIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
SOME INTERESTING SNAPSHOTS OF THE WEEK'S FUNCTIONS '(I) Sweet stall (in .charge of Mrs. Purser and Mrs.' Gordon Craig), at the fete held on Saturday in aid of the A.MiC. Comforts Fund at Lincluden, Double Bay, the residence of Sir 'Thomas and Lady Anderson Stuart.- ? (2) Sir Thomas and his wife...' .(3) Lady Maitland's stall, with Mrs. Lane-Mullins in the foreground. (5) .Some of the costumes at the Waverley-Bo'ndi open-air fete at the Waverley Oval, held last Saturday in aid of the Bondi Red Cross Fund. ,(*) and (6) Snapshots at City ,TattersaH's meeting at' Randwict. (7) Bondi and' Coogee surfers at the Waverley Oval,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
lil- S\ liET GOOD SERVICE-GOOD STYLE ^F^ffl 's^?^. Good materials, well made, constitute -y| f ^^ GOOD CLOTHES JT 0UJ hJ HIP ^ti Good clothes wear longer, hence the -r - ?^BhH h JUST ^^l economy of wearing # C rff*Jffl * JT KING STREET HOWES' SUITS -w ? S VOU TRY dNCE ^^^ H ^p You will receive the utmost In a suit, s?ueet ^V * ,/^king ?* SERVICE! STYLE! COMFORT! FIT! ONLY. ^&r ONLY. ? ? at a P^ice that will please you. open till 9 fimays Sydney's Best and Busiest Tailors FR AN K HOWE S ANP SONS Merchant -Tailors, ... 64 KING STREET (ONLY), SYDNEY ?BETWEEN GEORGE AND YORK STREETS
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
11 , ? ? - - .,'???, -,;? ; ? ; . ? , ? ???-???? - ? P II' RF VfQ HRY C* IM ^mtsslEEI ??; ulJLoll I -3.. LI A I AallN ?'gssiz&zz.-- . ? *. '*?'?' ' mended to those suffering from litlil^raWlMf^WTSffifSTSf ^ Kidney complaints and for rheu HMffl^^^Wl^ra \-PURITY ANjp^JXCELLENCE IN EVERY DROP. ' - I tnatis''-. . ? Iftfa Mi t ^ ]|^^^^ ^^'^P* ? - .^ii^Sfew.- - - , , ? TUCKER & CO.,' BOLE AQENTJ3 FOR W.S.W. ? ? ??'?? '?? Wn ''?''?? ' ..,? : ? ? ? ?? ? : ? ???-? ?? -
THE ADVENTURES OF TIM [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
THE ADVENTURES OF TIM By EyELYN DAWKINS. (Winner of July-August Competitions, Class B.) . Tim, when his master, Mr. Reynolds, bought him, was a little pointer* pup, with an intelligent bead and two . bandy front Jegs.- ' As ho grew up, his master seeing he was not a show dog, taught him tricks. Often, aa Tim was about ,- to have his dinner, his master would say,;'Noi don't, touch 1 it's German 1' and Tiiri turned away till Mr.'. Reynolds said, 'It's alright, it's English I' 'Then ha would '.take . It.' '.. ?. ? ? :*'??? : ?.' ?' One day he' caw a 'man 'pass by, and his master, wao-'_ was talking to'a friend, i-'saidWHeVtho -dispenser at tb* doctor'*; .a. German,. I believe.' At these, words Tim ' tore down the road after the. man and 'proceeded' to spoil his new pair of. 'trousers. The German, Von Meyer by name, Immediately took a . dislike to . Tim, and whenever they met after that Tim used to fly at him. A ' few days later Mr. KeynoldB and Tim, ac companied by the parish priest an...
NOT BAD FOR A START. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
NOT BAD FOR A START. Sammy was not a new hand; he knew some thing about breaking ropes. Under normal conditions such a find would not have troubled him in the least; the piece of broken stuff would have been shoved into the shakings' bag and forgotten; but Sammy had noticed Forbes' sudden change of manner when he saw Syd in the flesh; he knew that Syd had fallen from nloft owing to the breaking of a gasket,, and he put two and two together. But as he had no wish to pose as an alarmist, he said no word of his discovery to a single human being, not even to Harry Longton, who was settling down .very well to his new existence. ' . i 'If that's how you start your sea-life, good . ness knows how you're going to end it,' said Raymond, as Syd entered . the half-deck and gazed hungrily, at the mess-kitts. 'You haven't done so badly for a start.' 'You got an all-night-in, for one thing,' said Roy Halliday, diving into a marmalade tin with a predatory spoon. 'Think yourself no. end lucky, I su...
SONS OF THE SEA READ THIS FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
V J \ 1 . 7 iJW J ,D7CAPTlRANtvJ4.Sj« HEAD THIS FWST. In tlio first place you will do well- to get tlio pre vious iBKUt'B of tlic Minor and read tills ttory from the eomincncemeut. It is tun good to mUs to- much as a Hoc. Hurry lyongton was a real boy, as mischievous as A moniicv, and a yooil deal trickier. He liad worn .out scores of school canes— or they had been woni out on Mm— poilrciiH'n lmd lectured Iittti, and lib father lmd treated I1I111 badly to try and mulic Mm better. Ho wan unhappy except when in trouble. Hiu ambition was to go to sea. Ilia chum, Hoy Halllda.v, wag going to be a tailor, and Syd llruiilon wauled to be one. We arc Introduced to the three .bo.vs, mid to another whom, in the course of pistol practice, they nearly caused to be drowned. B.vd and lio.v rescue Hani. 8yd suffers some Hi-effects from the rctcue, but after his recovery Is allowed to go to tea, us hid guardian 1b anxious, on account of having invested Syd's money badly, to get him out of the way. T...
DICKY DOENUT HAS AN ADVENTURE WITH THE DUCHESS OF DIDDLECOMBE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
DICKY DOENUT HAS AN ADVENTURE WITH THE DUCHESS OF DIDDLECOMBE. 1. T'other morn, while Dicky was looking i *or mushrooms, who should he meet but the Duchess . of Diddlecombe, leading her pet I niousehound on a string. 'Fluff is so tired !'] wuffed her Grace. 'Will »ou carry him ?' 'I wilt !' tootled Dicky. 2. Just then Dicky spotted a kidlet with a go-cart. 'Here's a boblet,' said he, 'for the loan of that old soap-box !' 'Righto !' chortled the kidlet. Then Dicky hopped in, the Duchess thinking he was padding the hoof with the bow-wow — , t! ,Wh,ereas Dicky, Beated in the cart, was in the land of dreams, and so was Fluff. And the pld Duchess, not noticing what was behind her, stalked on with stately strides until the aooe. of;; Jactci: mansion in Seven Dials1 :WKs reached/and— . '''? m-'Jj6? Dlcky. woke- and hopped out, and i lic?.. fo^ a cnsp ten-bob Bradbury. 'Good Ph.ff rviUryed the duchess. '« I hadn't got £w- J a .? ^ you as a pet r rea'y would. yc^dear htHe man !' Narrow squea...
HUN MENACE GERMAN MONSTERS STARVE OUR PRISONERS THEIR COMPATRIOTS MUST BE INTERNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
HUN MENAGE GERMAN MONSTERS STARVE OUR PRISONERS THEIR COMPATRIOTS MUST Bfi INTERNED. .' ' At last the Federal Government has taken Borne action to deal with the alien menace in ''' Australia, and we congratulate the Government in prohibiting the employment 'dn Australian chips and wharves of all aliens, whether ol enemy or, neutral origin. This is a step which we have consistently ad yocated, and it should have been taken long ago. -NO FOREIGNERS CAN BE TRUSTED, and in view of incidents which have occurred elsewhere neutrals arc under sus picion. -,y ,;? ,;?':? ;'.. ? ? i-i ?? For our own protection we have to take up the attitude that HE WHO IS NOT FOR US IS, AGAINST US. We can only hope that the Government will ruthlessly enforce the prohi bition. There have been too many foreigners In the Australian mercantile marine, and one ? company in particular lias been an offender in thiB respect. Any inconvenience that is caused will be a small thing compared with the inter ests of nation...
FOR AUSTRALIA (A weekly column devoted to the interests of recruiting and members of the A.l.F.) ANSWERED TUB CALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
FOR AUSTRALIA (A weekly column devoted to' the interests of recruit ing and membenhof the A.I.P.) AN8WHRED THE CAUj. As I wax walkin' out with my girl . And guying a pal aspruikin', ? .' , Along coined a bloke not up in khaki That was 'onic on leave rccruitin' ; 'B wan hrown and ntraight,;with''is Kerpfcant'e etripet, But I laughed when I 'eard 'im' pleadin* — 'Your country needs you,' mate,' says 'e; Bays I: 'She can eo on needin';' - 'If to fctand in a ditch an' he thot,' fays I, 'Is the modus operand!, Why, gimme a cottage out Bond) way, M'lth a pub, and a cinema 'andy. , ' . I'm one of the bulldog breed,' I. rays, ('I'm 'anged,' says%'e, 'if you look it 1') But three quid a week is enough for me — You take my tip, an' ,'ook it !' We esuntcred on to ihc barrack-square, '.'?'. To watch the Khakis drillin', ' 'Hight turn I ... Left wheel !' - ? 'l'oor divila,' I nays— . 'As've sold their souls for' six Khillin' I' , When 'way from the rear comcu u bugle note, An' it set my 'eart a-...
ODD NOTES ON MEN AND MATTERS By THE MAN ABOUT TOWN. An Amazing Thing. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
ODD NOTES ON MEN AND MATTERS By THE MAN ABOUT TOWN. An Amazing Thing. An amazing thing happened in Paris recently. Mimi Pinoon went on strike— Mimi Pinson, the grisette that w*b, the midinette that is, the in imitable small Parislenne who works some times In factories, but mostly in chops. For centuries in Paris she has been a famous figure, and has made a striking mark on literature. Henri Murger idealised her, considerably over sugared. In more modern days we have seen, her in the 'book' of the opera Louise, and in novels and romances by the hundred — Florise Bonheur is an Instance that comes to mind. A Fiirht far Pre-eminence. The war had not been long in progress be fore it -became plain that Paris had oither to fight for her ancient pre-eminence at metropolis of modes feminine, or to lose it For awhile it seemed that New York was going to run Paris very close. And Paris felt that this would not do at all. So Mimi Pinson was permitted , to remain at her own work, while women of ...
HUNS WITHOUT TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
HUNS -WITHOUT- TOBACCO. ? A veteran of the Australians is not at nil1 keen on taking German prisoners. In the beginning of the fighting he was unusually succMssful jn this 'direction, liarely went out without bringing In his bag; but as lie gained experience it was observed be produced fewer and fewer live results of his forays. Questioned, he raid: 'Y' Rce, it's this way. Wen I come hero rfiret I used to think it was a good thing to bring 'cm in. Hut I found it didn't count, anything for me, and thev .were a lot of trouble. Had to keep 'cm after y' got em. Hut wot filled me up was this: thev never had no tcbacco, an' , after they had cat up all the chuck y had— they were all starved— they wanted smoke. Everyone of 'em's got one of theEc 'ere hooje' pipes wot y1 tee in pictured of Germans, - and it tool: 'arm a' plug to fill each of 'em. It got fio, at laM, that I was never with any weed for mesclf-glvc it all away to the prisoners wot 1 took, and wot 1 'a«J to look after So I stopp...
MODES AND MEN THE KAISER AND SLANDER. Not a Born Speller. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
MODES AND MEN THE KAISER AND SLANDER. BY FRANK MORTON^ Not n Born ffoeller. Publishing in facsimile the Kaiser's draft ol a notoriously dishonest cablegram to the President of the United States, a contemporary remarks that Wilhelm 'Ib not a born speller,' and points to three or four mistakes.. The draft was written in English. It, would be interesting to know how many mistakes the Editor would make if he had to draft a lone cablegram in German. Cheap Belittlcment. - To twaddle. about the Emperor's spelling of English ia to sink to the last absurdity of cheap belittlement. The Kaiser is a tyrant, a traitor, and essentially a rogue;, but he is the greatest man among rogues that the recent centuries have produced. And he is probably the only great man, in the great sense, that the war has brought into prominence. These things should be admitted, because it is always a mistake to under-estimate the talent of your enemy. The cheaper Australian idea ol Kaiser and Crown Prince are all very...