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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 8 August 1915

BUY NEXT SCfrtEtAY'8 'MIRKOR^ FOR ^ESi* PICTURES.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Talk Of Sydney Circus Kings. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 8 August 1915

?'? - __ BT TVtrnLBft. | «^w .. a^| CfrauB Ulnirs. Mr, Judd, who owns the famous show jumping horses, is a Western farmer when ho is not taking- his string round the country. He went into the busi ness about 10 years ago, vvhcu'H. B. Morton, M.L.A- — who was manager of Coolangatta estate at the time — sold out. .It is a queer thing that neither Morton nor Judd can ride* though they have both owned some of the beat show ring.huntcrs that Aus tralia has' produced. Harry Morton, a fine judge of a horse, was the dis coverer of the people's idol Desmond. Tho Dead and tho Quick. Not less remarkable than the ffencr± osity of the rank and file of the people on Australia Day was the . financial shyness of some of the biff Sydney companies. There are several who live on and by the people Who $ravi nothing- at all. and others whose dona tions were so small that they had al most better not have been made: There is consistency in this.' A' cer- tain -type. of ' Australian would rather give to an...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Do You Take Mustard? The Real Randalph. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 8 August 1915

*1 I y **f t j, *_ _. r I 1 jH^ - ) /f'i.V I ? I ? By 'THE MAD MPJULAllL' ^M ? '^ ? Tho Real Bantlalph'. t ? ^njGne misreads Randolph Bedford *o ' Vpfclpnnff lum as -a robustious fellow (Sow '?cMoin (neat men reveal their 'personal peculiarities in fheir wnt ,;ing3 The sedentary1 'Browning ride? ► in dreams from Ghent jto Ape. Shake ' spcarc boojiuff in. tlicilBbrpujjlT writes about the Flitter of Sdcisty life Bed ford, a polished lyrist, thinks more of , trifling with a tie than of carving: a .sonnet. Ke dresses exquisitely, but mars tic effect by a slightly. effemin- ate 'JEnslish'^ accent His ccle „ bra ted spats are from Parbury's. 1 J ' 'A Pol'shod Lyrist.' i ''i,T7»* Wol of Liverpool Oarnp. ' Mr. Orchard is a stpall man with ' , soft hair and blue eyes His being: 'vibrates ~with generous enthusiasms. ] Bat Ihey are cf a sort which is _ un wSmted to the dash of arms In fact lie is a jeweller. His speciality is rinars— 'engagements aad wedders ' He is shocked at the brutal words...

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 — 8 August 1915

-TATbliro.«TilMC-OP-«VDNBY^IN ?SUNDAY'S *? MIRROR M Watt, 8BT $YDNBY TALKING. '

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCENES IN ONSTANTINOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 8 August 1915

SOENES 0 eWrpTIIOPLL ? l r - A TURKISH OOFFdE VENDOR. ' J, V-BAXAAB AT &TAMBOUL, OONSTANTINOPLB.

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 — 8 August 1915

ij FAVOUUED | Spring Designs iCOSTTOE FROKTS HI from R McDowell & Hughes' I Big, New Store. HI _. The ttotreot, prcltieit »tjlea for M Spring Wear, H Priced at only 3/II 11 Fits Freight on Coa&try Otiirs, I 3/11 jr- — -. Sill ttk f , X 201— IMustrfttlon shows n' Fine Glass Or* ? smdle Muslin E-'roat. with hllh military I collar, daintily trimmed with Malinc* Luce f and leWn Irtntion- OUR PR1CB ONLY, B/ll each. ? r 2S/11 Jj 1| 3/11 ,'S'h«'rrJ.»ilit»' Co»tum« ,1'root in' Fine Glut Organdie Muclln, finished Embroidery Knit ncolloixd lapel*. - Hlth military collar lit neck. OUR PRICE ONLY. I'll each. ?Footwear Values Unequalled. ' B Uj-lndlW Btufc Vehtt Coort Shots, with oeir eortrtd bct!«. smwrt velT«« bow on rirop, and uirra sole*. Lined wtilta woof. Sikh. I to 7. OUR PRICH ONLY. S/l pair. S IS— Cutlieti* OIK* Kid Onv-nar Shaw, with lmttonornnm«i(. iMtdsr Cutap tan and ?own «o!«t, A ahiiMlr atom for Soring vrenr. Atltlmt. OUR PNICB ONLY 7 II pDewell $ Hggftes, ltd.. 'T...

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 — 8 August 1915

-jnii«i«i --_ *? lo I u.I - - J . ^^H -Hw0H«i . 11 I ^& j^H ^SRkB KB on Im « at eV1™*^^ awn -.-und c t. . ? ,.;-.' I? lug ,',r O^'A^U'^J' ;.Mla,l, \»-»(d-^la ML K £&&&%*& ® ? ? - -' ? XHEBH 000D3 ABB axrAHANTEED UNDER THE PORE FOOD ACT BY V. MTTCHELOj AND C(X, JJTD. ' ' '.' - j ^ ^ ^ — — ^ — — ? - -. '?'-' - ' \ ' GOOD 5H0T BAKING POWDER, '^ ,./'' ^ . , ; - . ' SIP COFFEE, ' ,- \r ?.« ' - ? ~l ? ? FEATHER SELF-RAISING FLOUR, - ' ^ '.-' BLUE LABEL TOMATO 5AUCE. -' '- - . To popnlarifla these bigh-grade foods, wMc& aro all made In Australia IqrAtutralian^ we will present over £100 in cash prizes to -those wbo nnd in: the greatest namher o£ conpons on December 31, 1015, exclnd .ing traders and our employees. Too large Tins of Good Shot Ba&fcsg Powder and Sip Coffee each have -two conpons attached, and the small tins one coupon. Feather Morn* '. and. Bine Label Tomato Banco have one coupon each attached. Qonpons must be posted or h...

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 — 8 August 1915

'DO YOU TAKE MySTAI^p1?88 IF Sp READ THE 'MIRROR.'

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VERSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 8 August 1915

VERSE. I saw Eternity the other night. Like a great ring of pure and endless light. All calm, as it was bright ; And round beneath it. Time, in hours, days, years, . Driven by the spheres, . Like a vast shadow moved; in which ? the world .- And all her train were hurled. - ' , ? — H. VAUGHAN (16JI— 1698). .

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Problems of the Day. By "ECONOMIST." FACTS ABOUT LOANS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 8 August 1915

Problems of the Day. By 'ECONOMIST.' FACTS ABOUT LOANS It may possibly 'puzzle many people to notice with what apparent ease, both at the beginning of . the war and quite recently, money has been raised in vast amounts for war purposes. One great reason for this is that the ordin ary industries of the . countries con cerned (are suffcrmg.i^r|oi^;a slump, and' thus a great dejit-;o|'^»ney is at liberty for : the only e&terprise which is 'at present booming.^niniely. War. Money, is always cheapest, during de- . preasiops. .Another cause of the re- ? lative case with which money was forthcoming, was thq .fact that many people Jbad been hoarding it in fear of disaster.' Ail this sh'ouldvnot blind us to the fact that this -surplus wealth *? is the possession of fortunate individu- .. als; and. every, scrap of .it- is going -V to be wasted, with the result that the '[-}. '-'-'? tax-payer will have' to pay more and . work harder than ever. \Vc shall all ?* haveto strive to make two...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MIRROR AND AUSTRALIA DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 8 August 1915

THE HIBROft AND AUSTRA&Ul OAr. As a result of the sale -of the first ..-issuc-'.of 'The Mirror' on Australia :v'^ay-.aVche3uejior,'£810/7/3'.k:h2^becn, Stohaedf- fdrtfie' Australia v-Bayj5! ;Com-.; .;.inittee.;'-in .'.accordance ? with \ibc ''-'pffcr -;niade; io arid, accepted- by. the' iconi ?'.-inittee. ???'.-'? This amount includes the' ^soffi ;pf -.£39/14/2/ collected', by. lady i v'endtirsJn the 'Mirror1', special' boxes', ?'and 'a' special donation of ,10' guineas' -from; Mrs.- L; D. Phillips. ..' An addi . tibnal amount (estimated at least jC25) was received- by the fund in respect of copies of the- paper, sold at stalls, 'where- the receipts were, placed- in the ordinary fund boxes.' The. total bene fit to the fund will, therefore, be ap proximately j£350. ' t_. ; ' ...r ,

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 8 August 1915

THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY. 1 never yrt knew nnrotte ln-e biraielf on ? .straight ru.-.O.— Abralian. Liucuta.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Full Meaning of Warsaw's Fall. German's Occupy City. Victoiy at Terrible Cost. RUSSIANS CROSS THE VISTULA. Every Bridge Destroyed. Stubborn Reargurard Action. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 8 August 1915

i. _? '' ??'*-- 1 !???*?-'' ; . '.- ,j. :^\ ?? . v, , ,-?'? .' ., -? |: ? -&ll',.'i- '?1^'i-i'--:'--:-;''/fv'':'^f(i?i'-':'i?*iJJ German^ Occupy (City. Victory-; at Terribl^' Cost. ?-i]iisitil|ft'' (FiWAIt ^rroJP^Tsptclil Ciiy«p)i!ife:nt.) .-' ' ''yvjS;' I': : ^::-Londoh.'Friday. - T^^PnffTWxpected blow.; has 'fallen., It is Vofifiic5|iH)§.{^porte(l ?'! frOpiiBiErlin ? that'theG'fcrW^:^rmy.eriteiFefd-^ on.Thursa?y'm6rriingy- ,' (1 m?-;| ?' The;Tlussians stubbornly'; contested every \yard- of ground,1 and wiiile' .' re treating inflicted' terrible losses oh, the cnemy^ ;???::.:,.?. : ? ';-::i-!-i\i}--: ?' ' -'pE3P,ERATE FICHTlKCi |:' - Desperate fishting occurred ^njW.11^ nesday h'ighti Vhen the army !3^|tr4nce. Leopold ; of ; Bavaria, which] i^'lbeen strongly '.reinforced earlier in trS-'jyeek, stormc^jthe outer. line of. forts.^;: ;. Th9 iriai^Ru|ti,ian. anny. hadtf&ean- whilei.Deen/Avithdrawn'.acro.ssi'theiyis tula, the evacuation of. the city being carried but cal...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE GARDEN Roses In Sand. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 8 August 1915

IN THE GARDEN . Rases In Sand. ? Can roses be grown in the sandy country round Sydney?, Yes and- no. Plant the roses, in the raw sand and leave them to struggle on as best they can, and the result will1, be dis appointment, but there are any number of roses actually blooming and making a brave show in sandy gardens. Make a trench two' feet deep. Lay some old boards. in. the bottom, and fill up with manure from the dairy- shed, and sand in alternate layers. If you have any day to mix in so much the better, . but even without this you should succeed. ' Plant the rose in the bed you . have thus made, and keep pruned, mulched and watered.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S CHANCE. IMPORTANT GOVERNMENT ACTION. NEW INDUSTRIES TO BE ESTABLISHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 8 August 1915

! ^ilOTDArHl'O PUANPC t AUolnALIA 0 unAfibL. iPORTANT GOKERHfiSENT ACTION. 1 ESTABLISHEDC^WW8**^ ' '.We! are in a 'positi'on'io announce ' _? hat a Very important step has. been ? ., taken' 'by the. State {i6yernment ^ ;'cT; *??''?- New South Wales,; in cbtfjun'ction' witti* the Commonwealth Government with a' -,;. riew of promoting;;Australiari indus- ;. try.; V.^ ;:' : :.-: Vi-^V-. : ..'.:'''.^: ;; j ;Thb campaign ': agalirfi t 'Srade ' . wjtji; ' -: enemy subjects 'would 'be -of . compara- ? ' . itively 'little ava.ft unles^tfie cominerce- '?;?: jso ' sKatteied , is replaced' 'by Imperial -V, -;;- iaid Australian, cnterprisd And capital: ' _ I: ; ^Australia's'; chance'?-(3n.- industry. '.. 'arises, not at the .conclusion of.- the : war, but 'at this very, moment. ..Wefor^ ?? ' ?bid trade \yith, enemy subjects'.' .- But .,?.- cannot .We build- up, nevt Australian in^ ? 'dustfies wbichj'shillmaie; unnecessary, ,:?- for .the future thV dependence on^Ger- ,- .. man and Austrian goods...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Some Reflections in My Mirror. Where are the croakers.? [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 8 August 1915

.liUU-4-^J'O-w. --..jv^ «..,.?? o . ? o --' ,,.; ' .,- 5 By A WOMAN OF THE WORLD. :??.?.'?,-??.. ' : \ ? ? ...... : Whnre era tlia croakers? What a cheerful »lot of pSople . we are I I fxalf ; expected after all the toil and effort that went to makfe the suc cess of Australia Day that we. oh'ould ,bejnn to' feel .the. strain. Not a bit of it. . Our soldiers at the Dardanelles ?laughed at .their wounds, and; the girls they. left behind them laugh still while : their fingers are atrwprkin-the good cause. ' We have done, a great deal, and are going ;to do a; great deal more, and nobody gets tired. Now, where are all those croakers .who had ;hari thingsto say 'absiits. Australia? There may be.a crusty old, gentleman 'somewhere /in' the' club ; corner who sees our world through crooked spec tacles, but I haven't met 'one' woman ;who isn't'- the cheeriest of optimists. No Extra War Babies. It is a strange1 world, my mistresses, and full of old cranks and turns, but after all it is not: en...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Warsaw and other War Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 8 August 1915

?Silfil^^./'i-^'V^;'-'' '? ? :.'. ?'.'.- '?'..',-. ??'?'.:'.':???? ' ? ?' ? ' An'. r-A^fetn^ii i.'patrpl 'missed';-^ what looks like^ fef frfceat chance '.of capturing Warsaw* ^inlfle -handed. ?? ^During /the fighting 'at Pasetthno,' 10 tniles1 riorth of the citjvi the patrol :'ia que¥tfori. by some- means' lost 'its'way, alid'found thcmselyesj \ \& their., great ?'?-. Burprise,. wandefingtift .the suburbs of Warsaw. Australians'/in' such a ? position '.*. would probably- liqvcvgalloped^ straightrto the Town Hall iand forced the authorities to surrender 'tthe city 'atthe muiilp of '.an atitomlxtto. ; -. { ;?-.:' ,-;:'V: V. .?_'; :.;' ?rp-' '?'?? ' ? i; ? ?': ? ?.; .~-'/.'- .??(? The; ' Austrians, however, ?..tnought only of*. -Surrendering.1.. - ; Notl^inp -else would ? cohfehr them. l.:_ Unhappilir ? all : the Russian troops wefeengaged else 'Where..- WithJ,a flash of inspiration thej' made their, way to a cafe.- sent off a message t-- the. nearest Russian troops to xomc. a...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MEANING of WARSAW [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 8 August 1915

THE MEANING of WARSAW For the first time in history a great historical event is shrouded in mys tery by the common- consent of all concerned. Ourown side hesitated in the announcement of- the fall:' of War saw. The .Germans hesitated in the announcement of its capture. We all appreciate the motives; of our own side. These motives aTC in conformity wilt our policy of ostracism.- What of the Germans? Were they 'anxious to spare us anxiety? Tho paradoxical fact is that they seem to be more anxious to. do so than we arc ourselves. If we .. can be lulled into a false security we .-are to that extent less dangerous to Germanism. Meanwhile, we face a situation which; is comparable to that of Mons. At ; Mons tho Germans were . attempting to carry out their plan to crush France, after which they intended, by a use of- their strategic railways, to trans fer their armies to the Eastern side of ^Germany; ?and there bleed Russia into ; . inaction. ': '?; . '??.,-.., .,'. 'Warsaw; means- two thin...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Service for Empire is Service for us. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 8 August 1915

: Senice :$m - Empire is '-'Service, lor us, : MB; B^ HUGHES.:-: ,. who b»» Jelt lew «h« tront. . ???'?'' :'??? . mbs. 0. Noams. , ' / ??.-.? - : ? mhote haat»aii-; hn» Itnnejl Out nthtj'nit »M. . : . '. MR. O. HUGHt!*, ? ;)' nbii ha» ni»6 cnUstdL ;

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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