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Prize Comepetitions FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. RESULTS OF THE OCTOBER COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915

[?] FORB^A^ RESULTS OF THE OCTOPER-CONI. ? PETITIONS.' ? ' V -' . Class A;---In 'a;-^neasure, the^rewr's of the knitting competitions1' have ..been .pHsr appointing. Very few competitors Bent in caps for- the soldiers. Phylllda 'quite understands what Is the matter with tha' knitters. ''They, are so busy using-' their needles for Bed Cross organisations that thoy have no time- left in which- to- knit- i* tor a. side branch of the great moyem. nt,' ' us' it were. Therefore,' we Badly' contem plate the 'three caps ljingj-efore us, rt-d lond our mind to the quality of the yyprk uoider our hands. AH' the- caps 'sent in ? were well khltled-^there.were three. The prlzo-wlhner-is A; Horrlott (Abbotsford road, ipomeb.uslj)- Her. cap OeserVes -the warmest praise-r-to say it Is .excellent in shape, color, and size and workmanship is,- in truth, no exaggeration. We have great -pleasure In awarding to her ' the prize of the book she had asked for — the ', 'King Albert Gift Book.' The second pri...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. Annie Willie, and Maggie: Phylllda feels very sorry for your disappointment, but all 'competitors cannot be :w(ijnera. ? The Unrtouncemonta.pt tho results pi ttso com petitions have been' published :in 'TJhe Mir ror' some, time ago. You' fiiuBt always watch, fpr- Phylllda cannot do as you ex Tyv-^ Viol* in iin~~«f»nA n?lvnta Wttova tn*ffi11 the tales that are to be- looked for in The Young People's Page. You must ..all try again.' TToU.know the words, 'If at first you don't succeed, try, try'agaln.' . A.-PX-.C.s.: :No: prizes are-not given to winners of either first or second class hdn6rB.r In the' neve year we may make some- good' arrangement concerning these same'- honors. Wait and see. , . C.' H, \Fieldi Bead answer, to the cor .responde'nt, 'A0?.O,C. ' ? 'Bowkett: Everything that is suitable will be sent to the soldiers. There were not 'many eompeUtorB. '. ? ?',..' ? ' Tom;. 'Bpye; are just aa'w;el'ppnie: as girls to Uils J'ageV Try. your ha^d.atthe st...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Won't Yon Bay My Pretty Flowers!" [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915

'Won't Yon Bay My Pretty Flowers! ' A dainty little. flower teller does good busineta.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MORE GLIMPSES OF THE AUSTRALIAN WOUNDED AT THE RANDWICK BASE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915

MORE GLIMPSES OF THE HCSTRHMHN WOUNDED HT THE RHNDWieK BHSE HOSPITHL. ? ? ? ? ? (These Photographs were taken by tho 'Mirror' Special Photographer.) j I ? ? A game of cards in a shady corner of the hospital grounds. Helping a comrade up the steps. Doing him a good turn. What would Mr. Black say - ' ? - ?? ? ? to this? ? ' , ' ' ?

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO COMBAT THE ZEPPELIN MENHCE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915

TO eOMKHT THE ZEPPELIN MENHCE ?dbhmpjpjbMHBMBBBIMsVBSb^ . A frmous French gun mounted for use against nir 'craft. . ;

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NOTABLE GROUP OF BIRD-MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915

R KOTHBLE GROUP OF BIRD-MEN. Lieutenant 'Walt, with a distinguished p«ny of airmon, including 8otd«t ? 3 Hubert and Adjutant Noel (both of Hsndon, London), and Adjutant 8itm«n^ * of Ion, a Greek flying man. The Lieutenant Is on the left, Mated, __# t, I

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A GROUP OF FRENCH ARTILLERY OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915

J\ GROUP OF FRENCH HRTILLERY OFFICERS. This group of French artillery officers was photographed by Lieutenant Watt. The shells in the fore ground «r» French and German, and are unexploded in both cases. The German shells were 6»ptur«d ( from the enemy, . /

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Talk Of Sydney [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915

[?] ? ??;;;;;-;_;_ ?: :--.-. ? .-.BY' TrYTLER ' ** ? ? «-JV Apropos of the presenco of Australian soldiers -In certain islands near Galllpoll, a facetious correspondent pens the, fol lowing lines:— . ; If all the pretty girls on earth . Were on an island In the sea, And all the nice young men of .worth Wero on the mainland, there might be A dreadful, eoul-nppalllnB-loss, Of swimmers trying to. get across. ? . ? ?? .?.:??? In the last issue of'~'The Mirror'. I gave on Instance of the extraordinary Indiffer ence of the people In London to Zeppelin raids. Hero Is another typical Incident ?which roaches me by the laBt mall: — A girl of about sixteen was standing at a street corner In ? tears. A passing stranger en deavored to console her. 'Don't cry, my dear,' lie remarked encouragingly, ' 'It's only Zeppelins I' ? « ? I see that Sir Herbert Beorbohm Tiee has been lecturing in London on the 'Importance of Humor In Tragedy.' Harry Laudcr has shown us examples of tragedy In humor, but Sir...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHO SHALL BE QUEEN OF ALLIES' DAY? [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915

WHO SHALL BE QUEEN OF ALLIES' DAY? Exceptional Interest is being displayed in the election of 'Queen of the AUIP3' on November 19, Sixteen candidates have been nominated, and the keenest rivalry exists. So fur, the votins ha.i been heavy, and Hie' time up to which votes may bo recorded has be;n extended to 11 p.m.- on Nov. 13. Tfie lady who secures the greatest number Ol' votes will be crowned 'Queen of the Day' In the. Town Hall, on the evening of Wednesday, November 17, when nn in teresting ceremony 1h ^promised. On the 'day' the queen, with her maids of honor, holds court In the ceremonial pavilion at the top of Moore-street, and will confer 'knighthood'1 on all deserving participators In the campaign. Portraits of six of the competitors appear below, and wo hope to publish, photographs of the remainder of th3 candidates next week. The photographs are all by Miss May Moore. The latest result of the polling is as follows: — Mrs. J. Joynton Smith (Paddington); Mrs. Kato Dwyer (Sydn...

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 — 6 November 1915

THE MIRROR'S GREAT NEW SERIAL STORY Will be found on page 14. .

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915

? ...,,,., REflD 'THE MIRROR' FOR SPORTING MEWS. ? ' Piloted for tbe AUSTRALIAN PICTORIAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Umitea, by 'The Worker' Trustees, SI. Andrew's Place, Sydney, and Published by Jack Michael Myers The Hanslons. -?? ? Manly, Sydney, at the Offices of the Company, St. Andrews Flacr, Sydney. - ? ... ,

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 — 6 November 1915

rr — — ? The Firm of II. A. BABHA CLOEJGK LIMITED is wholly Anstralian. Opticians by appointment to Vice-royalty in Australia. Can you Afford to Take any Risk with Them? We mean the risk of delay when they need attention — or the risk of trusting unqualified men or firms who merely make a side-line of optics. Can yon— dare you— risk it? By consulting Mr. Barraclough (DJB.O.A., London) you assure for yourself the services of a qualified specialist-optician; whilst he assures for you, by careful scientific methods, THE BIGHT TREATMENT for your eyes. Considering that it is so inexpensive is it not worth while? Vice-Regal Opticians, 385 George Street, SYDNEY. ? ? . — ' '? ' ' -if BUY NEXT SATURDAY'S 'MIRROR'' FOR BEST PICTURES.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WORLD OF THE TURF. CASUAL COMMENTS ON THE CUP AND DERBY. SELECTIONS FOR ROSEHILL. THE V.R.C. MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915

THE WORLD OF THE TURF. CASUAL COMMENTS ON THE CUP AND DERBY. SELECTIONS. FOR ROSEHILL. By ' MARPLOT.' . THE V.R.C*. MEETING. The great spring campaign ol tho Vic torian Racing Club will bo brought to a conclusion to-day at FIcmington, Although with tho Cup a thing of tho past, most of tho outside Interest has waned, the pro gramme still to be discussed contains a number of good things, the plums being tho V.R.C. Handicap, of 760 sovs., 1J miles, and tho C, B. Fisher Plate, of 1,000 bovs,, 1J miles. Tho latter is a welght . xor-ago event, and, If he is started, tho raco should be something in the nature of a good thing for Patrobas, who may I find Carlln and Carllta the most formld I ablo of the opposition. As, at the time of I writing-, the handicaps for the other races I have not made their appearance, it is im I joshIdIg to attempt to forecast results.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CUP FAILURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915

I CUP FAILURES. One of tho outstanding features of the Melbourne Cup was the utter failure of tho three most heavily-backed runners— Repu- tation, Lavendo, and William, the Silent. Excuses havo been mado for all, but they are riot very convincing; save in tho case of Lavendo. At no period of the race did Reputation threaten danger. -HIs rider, Connell, states that the black horse had a very rough- passage, and this may well have been so in a field of twenty-four. Probably the New Zealnnder was at his very best at Ran a wick, and the three bit ter struggles he had there had the effect uf making him a bit flno for a, two-miles battle. The fact that he was not started in the Melbourne Stakes lends color to the supposition. In the Case of William the. Silent it is said that owing- to soreness he had been restricted to swimming exer cise only for three or four days prior to thrf race. Something more than that- is wanted to win a Melbourne Cup, and as a | result the strain of battle and t...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DERBY AND CUP WINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915

1 THE DERBY AND CUP. WINNER. The dual victory of Patrobas in the Derby nnil Cup proved immensely popular with Flemlngton patrons. Not only was the cult upholding the honor of Victoria against tho champions from other States, but ho was running in the colors of a lady, the rose pink jacket and cap of Mrs. K. A. Wlddls, of 'Nombrok, Rosedalo, Ciipnslnnd. Acting on her behalf, the I trainer, C. Wheeler, picked up Patrobas I at tho Randwick sales for 300 guineas. I As- his earnings to date run into ? five I figures,- tho colt has every right to be I considered a remarkably good bargain. Ho I was got by Wallace from Sizzle, by Slm I mer from Ondine, by Goldsborou'gh. Ho I was bred by Messrs. P. and W. Mitchell, I of Bringenbrong stud, Upper1 Murray. I Pairobas did nothing as a two-year-old, I but this season his victories include the I V.A.T.C. Doonl Trial, the Caulfteld 1 Guineas, the V.R.C. Derby, and Melbourne I Cup. ?

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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THE DERBY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915

I THE DERBY. That the VJI.C. Derby favorite, Wallace Isinglass, would fall was by no means un expected by the writer, who selected Cetigne to beat him. Of the many apolo gists for the Wallace colt in the- Derby at 'Randwick, one and all overlooked tbe real reason for his defeat, and that was that he met a better colt. This is con clusively proved by. Cetigne again proving too good lor tne son oi niuiaco u rem ington. That Patrobas would beat the pair was entirely unexpected, after that colt's indifferent showing in the Cnulfleld Cup. It goes to prove, if further proof is necessary, what an unreliable guide to form the big race at CaulDeia really 1b. It is a peculiar race, run on a peculiar course, and as a result it bos provided many surprises. On his running in, that race it is difficult to see how Patrobas could be given a chance In the Derby. Vet he won it, and won it easily, and then clinched his claim to be considered a first-class colt by carrying oU the Mel bourne Cup.

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 — 6 November 1915

? i ? .? ' ' ?? ' '?? ' :?' , We claim special distinction for th(e articles here listed, as' £', well as for*. the hundred and one other, furnishing ;;? 'inseparables ' ! filling the departments of a very vigorous, %. growing Store. -' ' ...... '?'' I K/I^™i-^ Hi''' BEST' BEDROOM. . . i' '?'?' ? Illllllfll^^SlwBI AH- 6ln- ^'.d1 Oak Wardrobe,: with two ' .' '? 'V\\\\uU!NlMfl(IS$S i iBl '?'?? large mirrors and two drawers,-3ft. Oln; J ? '?-? ' eZ^'^M \ *Hjfi Qffll Dressing Table, 2ft. 6ln. ? Washstiuid. . '* ffl ™W*I !lP^^^ra ? . rrlce'lnMople'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. £19/10/1.-'.'-' -* ' II alllPR 'I'l^^^S ??*'*? 6''V Massive Oak Bedstead, 2 x 2 f if §|||Itffi rwS^^SsaBi fllllncs, dip heart and foot, carved ' Hi Bllil^^&S^^^S panels, very neat design.^ - ff SicSeri^^^Sci Complete with Cable Edge Spring and. 'E' * H-^ajSjSg~a=~ . quality Bet Bedding. ...Price, £6/12/3 |B&5HS*5-riI'^^'SS '? Many beautiful, inexpensive Carpets,' jjg==||i~jg£§§|3gl|cgj. Linoleums and Wallpa...

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The De Haas Scandal. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915

The De Haas Scandal. : YOUR reference In the last Issue of 'The Mirror' to Herr.De Haas, reminds me of a case which occurred in a western city of ..New South Wales shortly after the outbreak 'of - hostilities. The Hun.' De ferred to Was a medical practitioner; and waiTtcvtbe taken from, the city to »he South' Australian capital, where he was to b&nterned. All other German pris oners 'were* 'marched 'through the .olty thoroughfares to the . railway station,, bi t this particular doctor, being a Society favorite, was 'allowed to hire a cao. and was; privately escorted to the train. By the way, I- believe' that the leading mill- : tary officer of the city to which I am referring,' is of German desoent 'VERITAS.' Rpjje Bay, Nov, 3. . ,

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ACROSS AUSTRALIA—IN THE TRACK OF BURKE AND WILLS. By FRANCIS BIRTLES (All Rights Reserved). [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915

im^WSW^^rWSf^^W BURKE AND WILLS. 1 By FRANCIS BIRTLES ?{ ! ' (All Rights Reserved). ?? Photographs by arrangement with KODAK ? ?\- ? j. ' '? (Australasia) LTD. Selecting a big waterholo on the Cooper I settled down to develop my photographs. This 'lagoon, after a . two years' . drought, wis about seven'- miles 4prig;- .300 yards across, and over 30 feet deep. A 15 x 12 ? calico fly was :spread:-o'ut over the car, empty benzine cases! rioting as a break - wind. ' At -r-nigh't-- 1 '.worked -overtime,' Bleeping during the day as much as thp everlasting fly torment- would, allow, \ In tho evening _I would. catch my next-day's ration ot flali. As a1 change,- 1 sometimes ? ? ? ? ' , r . ? . ' ?. ' ' ' The* camel mail on its passage across the desert. .. ... hunted. out 'gohanna.' The Iguana Is a Versatile reptile, can swim, dive, climb a tree, dig a burrow, sprlht.a hundred yards in 'six and a half,' fight like 'a.; demon, go 'to sleep .for. months, live without food lor weeks,1 eat or sw...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915

SKIN DISEASES AND OLD J^ WOUNDS. g Nothing: 1b bo distressing as an irrlt-v-f3i able skin disease, yet this can be avoided rr-i* by a few applications of ordinary Borazel ..^ Ointment, which will bring the skin to'Ji.-' its 'natural healthy condition and keep, it , j*; bo.- This Ointment Is so penetrating that SK'-: it Boes right down to the root and eradl-,''':^ cates the cause of the trouble; It will stop. : *??-* the Irritation and subdue the Intl. mma- '''-V1;: tlon at once, and build up healthy skin' V; t tissue. ' , ? ? -.'?;'.?' For Eczema, Psoriasis, Acne, Ulcers, '-. J Bad Legs, Old and Chronic Sores, Pimples,. '?? j Blotches, Cuts, Sprcs, and all bad dls«'- ''''«? eases of the skin, there: is nothing better. ' '; ;;j Headers can obtain Borazel Ointment from '' any chemist, or it may be had from 'i ^ Washington H. Soul and all Pattthson's 1 :? Drug Stores, Sydney. The price Is 2/-,\?%-? 2d. extra for postage.* -?*---* 1 ? ? - i '?. Australia's Sons i ?in ?-;?$ Ausfraiaii^Cl...

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