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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915
/f = ? ; ? ? ? ? THE WONDERFUL WOMAN OF VENDETTA. Mme. RE-OINA BABET who played the leading role In. the film version of Marie Corelll's famous novel, appears qgaln In William Le Quex's story, IN 5 ACTS, BY THE PRODUCERS OF ' VENDETTA.' Mme. Badet has never before had such an emotional role as that of Sadunah, the dancer, nor have her beauty and charms been better revealed than in ' Tho vision of Salome,' with which she captures the heart of a Great financier. A Big Human Document from the Diary of a Mother's Heart marking with beautiful emphasis the love of a woman for her child, to protect whom no sacrifice Is too awful. * CRYSTAL PALACE ALL WEEK, BEGINNING MONDAY. GREATER J. D. WILLIAMS AMUSEMENT COMPANY, LTD W. barrington miller, General Manager. READ 'THE MIRROR' FOR NEWS OP THE WEEK.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915
A Mother's Message TELLS OF THE GOOD DONE TO HER CHILDREN BY (PBONOUNOED HEEN'S.) j THE GREAT MONEY-SAVING REMEDY FOR j COUGHS, COLDS, CATARRH J AND OTHER CHEST AMD THBOAT TROUBLES. I A bottlo of HEAN'S ESSENCE, added to water I COSTS 2/'' and sweetening, as directed, immediately pro- j -b7 ret 2/s-. dnces a pint of tho finest quality cough and sore j C I A/ throat medicine, A pint of ordinary mixtures oaVeS 1U/ would cost quite 12/.-. HEAN'S ESSENCE '-- costs only 2/-. HEAN'S ESSENCE io an ideal family remedy. It contains no dan' gerous, habit-forming opium drugs, such as paregoric, laudanum, morphia, and chlorodyne, so frequently UBed in cough mixtures. It is therefore as Bafe and good for infants as for adults* SIX WEE McCOLLS. -lIU who have been cured of JtaBMB c Severe Colds and Throat Jf ?£??&, . Troubles by HEAN'S Jf ^8|A , essence, sns fmk WwiWk. iwdteThad failed JMt ^^^^R MRS. McCOLL, of 178 Enmoro-rond, Enmore, vvliero her husband is a fruitorer, la the proud mothe...
Through the Eyes of a Woman Everyone Should Read Sunday's "Mirror." Women Workers. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 October 1915
[?] Everyone Should Read Sunday's 'Mirror.' [?] Women Workers. A woman's fancy chances like lie ikr, Ilei roving thought is 6red on that or thif. But in the minor of her restien eve She catches all that men are wont to mill. Tbo house commltteo of the Rose Hall Convalescent Home, which was opened last week for the reception of our wounded, liro all well-known Sydney workers. Mrs. James Ashton, who has had the bulk of tho- business arrangements of the Home In her clever . hands, has been a vigorous Red -Cross worker ever since the war brofte out. She was a Miss Willis before Bbe . married, and has written several children's plays) which have, been '.pub lished., She is also a good public speaker. A' Real Sock' Expert. -?'-.. ^Another member of the. house commit tee Is Mrs. Keith Jopp, who is responsible ,t .. MISS SHEPARD, Daughter of Mr. Frank Shepard, who is one of the principal workers for the 6th and' 7th Light Horse Battalions. f:/ -.:. .: . (Photo by Falk.) forifbundlhg the not...
FEDERAL FLASHES. MR. HUGHES AS LEADER. HIS MORE SERIOUS DEMEANON. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915
FEDERAL FLASHES. MR. HUGHES AS LEADER. HI8 MORE SERIOUS DEMEANOn. (From Our Special Correspondent.) :. MELBOURNE, Friday. i^arllament Is travelling at break-neck j pace towards recess, and by the time this is in print It will probably have got there. Tremendously Important ques tions arc In issue. The conduct of the war is (i grave, mighty, and vital matter that can only bo reviewed while Parlia ment Is sitting. Leaders of Parliament ?X are- determined, however, that it shall not ;| Bit longer than they can help. The ex 13 cuse Is, of course, that administrative ji matters want attending to. When Parliament resumed last ween after its long adjournment many people thought it would sit till nearly Christ mas. Mr. Hughes, however, made it clear that he was anxious to close up. and named November 5 as the dato of ad journment. So it is to be. It seems a pity that the conduct of the war should now be relegated away from Parliament ; ? to the secrecy and autocracy of military administrati...
"On the Benches in tha Park." [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915
i 'On the Benches in the Park.' I AS ONE of a large number of young business women who prefer to spend the luncheon hour in the Eresh and delightful surroundings of Hyde Park, I wish to draw attention to the. want of considera tion shown by the men who also pass their leisure mid-day hour there. Thoro are many soats scattered about under 'he trees which are plainly labelled 'for ladle's only.' These men ignore the notice and sprawl all over tho seats, making it necessary for girls to Bit on the grass. Who age of chivalry' is long past, but apart from the question of good manneis, I think men might at least refrain from occupying seats placed in the park speci ally for the convenience of women. JUST A GIRL. Neutral Bay, November 1.
IN MY GARDEN. Callistemon. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915
IN MY GARDEN. Callistemon. Callistemon, or 'bottle brush,' Is an Australian shrub which has now found; its way into many gardens the world '? over, and is well worth cultivating. Thcr^.j aro a good many species, \-arylng in color j from pink to glowing scarlet. Tho plant;] will thrive in almost any soil, and present | no difficulties ' to the' gardener. The j flowers, which are produced ir. dt-use, stiff spikes, are particularly, lasting and! showy. . i
A Postal Delay. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915
A Postal Delay. . . MATTERS in .connection with the transmission of letters from Sydney to Adelaide appear to be' a little compli cated, ' and . investigation on the part of the postal authorities would do no harm. Although having been here only a fort night, I have already had occasion to writo to the Deputy Postmaster reja'dtng mo lime it taxes car letters to reacn ine South Australian ? dapltat from here, I have written two tetters, and on both oc- ; casions they were two days late. .One nt . tho three States is at fault, and -ihe' authorities should fathom the trouble. ?? ??' .; ' .,./,. '... 'R,H.\y:,T,., Paddlngton, November 2^ ?
Allies' Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915
Allies' Day. I READ the statement. In 'The Mirror,' of tho joint secretary of Allies' Day as to the administration of the fund, -with a good deal of pleasure. The organisation of the movement seems to be excellent, nnd as Ipng.as. the public can feel satis- j led that the money subscribed will achieve ' the object for, which It 'is given, there is llttlo doubt that the result Willbe an other triumph. The statement of the doubt which certainly existed as to the) distribution 'of the money. .. ? : WELL WI3UER. '?'barifhghUrst,'N/o'v; 3. ' ' '' '' ' '. \
OUR HUNS. AN EVER-GROWING NUMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915
OUR HUNS. AN EVER-GROWING NUMBER. (Special to 'The Mirror.') There seemB to be no end to Huns in Australia ?who come under our notice, and considerable time Is occupied In investigating tho cases submitted to us, with the assistance of the authorities. - One of the most scandalous cases of official no Elect Is that of Otto Johannsen, formerly Vice Consul for Germany at Newcastle. Wo have gone to some trouble in ascertaining the facts relating to this, objectionable and dangerous Hun. There ia no doubt from enquiries which wo have, made in police and other quarters in Newcastle and elsewhere, that this man used his opportunities to great advantage in the Interests of the Imperial German Government. He was a most unscrupu lous agent, a domineering drunkard and liar, a brute in domestic life, and in official opinion capable of the grossest treachery. In Newcastle he was known as the Kaiser of Germany, and his arrogant, overbearing manner and dishonorable conduct were fully in keeping w...
WITH NURSE CAVELL IN BRUSSELS. AN IMPRESSION AND SOME ANECDOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915
WITH NURSE CAVflLL IN BRUSSELS. ) AN IMPRESSION AND SOME I ANECDOTES. By LOUISE MACK. Only a year ago I saw lief last. It seems Ilko a thousand years. Then we were both In Brussels, both in terror of our lives, yet both outwardly entirely unafraid. And now tho Terror has fallen upon her, and passed, and she Is 'healed or life. Is healed and whole,' with a martyr's -, uruwn upon ner nooie orow. It was a grey, cold Sunday afternoon in Brussels— about September 29— and I was i coming back from General ? 's house, ,-t, I was sneaking through the streets, posh- ': Ing Germans every few minutes, when ?; suddenly I heard voices raised sweetly in singing, and turning a corner I saw v the yellow lights In the Cathedral of S. -;? Gudulc, and discovered that the Belgians 'v, were holding on afternoon service. Softly -lv| door, I saw a little group of English ?' nurses, with their calm eyes, and fair,'.', clear skins under their blue bonnets. They ,:_ were praying and singing with the. BeZ-j. '...
WOMEN'S ANTI-GERMAN LEAGUE. STRONG ORGANISATION FORMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915
WOMEN'S ANTI-GERMAN LEAGUE. STRONG ORGANISATION FORMING. The Anti-German campaign which has been car ried on by 'The Mirror' for the past three months has awakened the public to tho serious menace which exists owing 'to Germans being allowed to remain at large in Australia to carry on their businesses, and to occupy important public posi tions. It was largely owing to 'The Mirror's' campaign that tho Anti-German Leaguo was or ganised. Now, as a direct result, the movement is being taken up with the 'greatest enthusiasm by the women of Sydney. . The committee of the Divisional Engineers and Signallers' Fund has decided to form a Women a Anti-German League, and has already taken de finite steps towards organising tho movement. On Monday next a meeting will be held in Martin Place contemporaneously with the usual mid-day recruiting meeting. Membership badges of an attractive nature have been .made, consisting of thu Australian and British flags, with the motto, 'Me who Is not tor us is...
Some Reflections in The Mirror. The Wealth Census. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915
[?] The Wealth Census. .'.' ' .; , I Now that the' taking ot tho wealth cen-| bus Is completed, and. everyone has pro-. Bumably furnished particulars . of . their financial position to the, Commonwealth Statistician, I dm waiting wltji interest to- see. the result- of the first jtroBecutlon ?' for non-compliance with/ this ' Govern ment's demand. I feel perfectly' convinced constitutionally in making' this demand on tho people, and morp than one big- com- mercial firm has, to my Knowledge, re-, fused to supply the particulars askcij for.. I Imagine that the .Government will find it necessary, to proceed against one pj -the biggest 'organisations in Australia in this matter In tho. near future, end fthe result should- be enlightening*, to say the least tit It. ' ? | PHILLIP STREET. November 2. ' ? '??''? '
IN THE GRIP OF THE HUNS. GERMAN TRADE AFTER THE WAR. MR. BRADDON'S MISCHIEVOUS SPEECH. A BITTER FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915
IN THE GRIP OF THE HUNS. GERMAN TEADE AFTER THE WAR. MR. BRADDON'S MISCHIEVOUS SPEECH. *A BITTER FIGHT. (Special to 'The Mirror.') Wo understand that the mischievous speech made by Mr. H. Y. Braddon a few -weeks ago on. the subject of German trade, after the conclusion of the war has been widely circulated throughout Germany and Austria. This is not surprising, for the Huns seize every opportunity to profit by uueruuuua iu mis tuumnra oj. tuuir euviiuu^ which are calculated to help their cause. It will be remembered that the theme of Mr. Braddon 's lectnre wa8 tho alleged hopelessness of fighting the octopus of Ger man trade on the ground that things would be just the same after the Avar. This attitude has already done incalcul able harm to British and Australian com merce, and as it was adopted by a man who is rightly respected as one of the most cap- - able and thoughtful of Australian industrial leaders, itr is likely to be followed by a con siderable body of public opinion unles...
GERMANS AND THE WOOL TRADE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915
GERMANS* AND THE WOOL TRADE In our Ibsuo of October 23 wo made certain references to the activities of German wool buyers in Sydney and the j-ossibllity of British firms being financed by Germans interested in tho woollen' industry. Wo re ?ferred to tho firm of Hughes and Johnston, both tho partners of which were previously employed by Rhodlus and Betnssen, Ltd. Acting upon in formation supplied to us by leading firms in tho wool trade in Sydney, and in view of certuin doubts which were being expressed widely amongst wool Hughes and Johnston in view of their previous association with tho abovementioned firm. Messrs. Hughes and Johnston have now placed us In possession of certain facts relating to their business, nnd have supported their statements by a statutory declaration whicli we hold. As wo have no other Interest in referring to these mat ters than to expose German associations with Australian trade, and have no desire to do Injury to a British or Australian firm conducting Its...
TO OUR PESSIMISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915
? TO OUR PESSIMISTS, v ' , We want to say a'jfriendly word v -or' two to our '.'pessimistic friehds, who are so ready to!:.kiil the Kaiser t?- wifh their mouths and to shout -^or compulsory military- service -whilst not venlistiiig' themselves.- -Because mistakes have been made and re verses suffered, therefore we have .reached the end of alL things. This is sheer, unpatriotic nonsense. ??' The Huns have shot their bolt, but the relative strength, of the Allies must increase month by month, 'iii both men and munitions. In the ? , West, the Allies may assume ., the offensive, but the enemy is unable to do so; in the East,* the -Russian armies may retreat, but are never crushed. ? . , ?Above all, the British Navy still rules the ; sens. ; If Kaiser Bill attd little Willio can. get any, encourage- ment out of these facts, and'the loss of their oversea possessions and the internment of, their fine. , navy, they, are 'welcome t'o'it. » Temporary reve/ses should pro vide a stimulus ..to g...