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THE LAND OF HIS FATHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
THE LAND OF HIS FATHERS. An Anzac surveying an English country scene in a district of England where his parents lived. Mr. J. Fitzmaurice, principal of Abbotsholme College, Killara. In the course of a few years Mr. Fitzmaurice has built up one of the finest and largest colleges in the Commonwealth. He is a nephew of Sir Maurice Fitz maurice, the eminent Naval Engi neer, who recently reported on Australian Naval bases.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
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TO SERVE CARROTS AND TURNIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
TO SERVE CARROTS AND ..TUHNIPS. I .always think that carrots . and ' turnips when they Bet old arc Eueh unintcrcrting-looking vcgctal-los. Yet -they are very good for one. To get over the diffi culty 1 run them through the mincer or chop with a knife directly they are cooked, press into little cupu or moulds, put into the oven to get thoroughly hot again, «nd Uicn turn out into a hot vegetable flirfi. The Uttle moulds of red and' while look so appetising.
At the Movies Two of a Kind. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
At the Movies Two of a Kind. - Aren't they rushing us with Manx films? That docs not mean stories without an ending, of course, buturather pictures really dealing with the Isle of Man. First comes The Iteemster, .which commences its run at the Lyceum to day, and then The Manxman, shortly to be Bhown. The scenes of the former were taken in America, but the actual island was used for /rhe Manxman, and the likeness between the settings is remarkable. The camera man '. has an eye to accuracy in his faking, that's - certain. ??...' ..'?i); . ' 'A Real Romance. ; The wedding-bells' will soon ring for Anita Stewart. Rudolph Cameron is the lucky man, , „ and he has issued a warning to all concerned ' that he carries a man-sized pistol. And he would need to take precautions of that order, ?for there must have been an' audible breaking of hearts when the news was announced. Came ^ ron has played opposite his fiancee for the past six months in Vltagraph films,, and declares for himself and his...
SHABBY BLACK GLOVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
SHABBY BLACK GIOVES. Black kid. and suede gloves ha've a wjy of going ?white at the finger tips long before they are done for. When mine go like that, I touch ,. them up with a little good black ink, applying two or three coats, and letting, each dry before the next is applied. It quite takes away the shabby look.
A CURTAIN HINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
A CURTAIN HINT. Whim lace curtamB arc old and not worth careful . mending, they msy be repaired for the time by cuta ting a patch from a similar old curtain. Paint it thickly all round the edge with wet starch. Place over the hole, and press down with a. hot iron. In this way the patch will be scarcely noticeable.
THE STAGE CAREER FAYETTE PERRY'S IDEAS A JOYOUS PROFESSION. A Vivid Actuality. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
THE STAGE CAREER^ FAYETTE PERRY'S IDEAS A* JOYOUS PROFESSION. A Vivid Actuality. ? ,,-, The White Chrysanthemum, at the Palace, is a slight,. bright, sprightly show, and the spright licst! thing in it. on. the tender side is Fayette Perry. It is not that she has a great deal to do on this occasion, because she hasn't— she hasn't half enough for her merit; but what she does she does with such adroit delicacy of per sonal appeal that thincs arc keyed up to an oddly vivid actuality whenever she is on the dagA In a soubrctte , manner and style— the whole apparent sum of personality — count for everything, the necessary physical qualifications being taken for granted. Miss Perry has the sort of joyous repose that Upon rare occasions may subsist with a quick, silvery deftness of touch. ? ' ? She Likes. It. 'I'm on the stage,' says Fayette,' 'because I like it Iwptit lip no bluff about a bucolic and thriftless family to keep, .with mortgages on the farm. I 'adopted the theatre as a career ...
THE FILM REVIEW. Poppy at Last. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
THE FILM REVIEW. Poppy at Last. ' ? ' The long-heralded Poppy is proving its worth at the' Crystal Palace, where it meets with the approval of everyone. Norma Talmadge is the. girl, and Frederick Perry the man who marries her— the first man, that is. The pho tography is excellent, both indoors 'and out, and the. acting is all we have been led to ex pect, Cynthia Stockley -wrote the plot, so it follows that the play is sensational. ... . -- The Youth Star. Bessie Love made a .charming ghost in. Wee Lady Betty at the Lyceum.. Wouldn't there be some good business in haunted castles, if all* spooks were, as young and pretty as she? Alas! They are all old in real life, .if one. could speak of them as real, and . none have that delightful smile that puts Miss Love across. An Old Man's Darling. In Fires of Youth, on the same programme, \ . . J Frederick Ward, as Peter Pemberton, shows that there is no fool like the old one, for the middle-aged millionaire thinks the nice little girl is goi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
ALMOST TOO GOOD to be true, but my system of/ PAINLESS, PERSONAL Attention is as near as possible to what one wishes for. It is perfection in Painless, Easy Ex tractions ; one can almost go to . sleep when having a tooth filled ; and the wearing of plates is at'.ended by a de gree of comfort so much desired by patients. Our systems are quite unrivalled for the welfare of our patients. None need hesitate. Come at once to Dentist Philip Reaney Opp. Grace Bros. 'Phone, M 1420. Open Tuesday-and Friday. Nights.
SALE OF FIREARMS AN UNNECESSARY EMBARGO [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
SALE OF FIREARMS AN UNNECESSARY EMBARGO Some time ago we called attention to what seemed to-be an unnecessary restriction with regard to the sale of firearms, and the differen tiation in this respect between one State and another. As a result of representations which were then made, the restrictions were removed. It has been recently proposed. to place a fur ther embargo on the sale of firearms by re quiring each person to obtain a license. . We have ascertained the view of sportsmen and the trade on this question, and there seems no doubt that if this proposal is made with a view to raising revenue, it is likely to have the opposite effect, as it will be calculated to restrict purchase of rifles. As each rifle has a 10 years' life, it will be seen that the revenue lost in respect of cartridges will be very con siderable. The suggestion that such a restriction would protect the public from accidents has little validity in view of the inevitable accidentB which occur in other sports,...
THE MIRROR of SPORT HORSE, FOOT, AND MARINE— The Caulfield Cup. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 20 October 1917
[?] / HORSE, FOOT, AND MARINE -By Our Correspondent*. The Caulficld Cup. Tomorrow will see the fortieth Caulficld Cup decided. The race was instituted in 1879, but the fact that there were two cups in 1881 makes to-day's the fortieth instead of the thirty-ninth. And save that twice it was run over 1 i mile and a distance, it has always been the chief 1-1 mile handicap in the Cabbage Garden State. Whither Will it Go ? The destination of the trophy is about as difficult to prognosticate as it is for a bar lady to refuse diamonds, so evenly-balanced 5s the field. However, like the lady referred to,' there is a bit of « pull about some of the run ners as compared with others in respect of weight, and maybe the winner will come from among that section. Included therein are Wallace Isinglass, Sir' Amyaa and Chrome, while others who may be considered to have a chance on recent running, include ' Lingle, Fantarie and Bronzetti. Mistico has shown, plenty of pace, and although some time back ...