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FAVORITE PHOTO-PLAYERS. "THE MIRROR" POPULARITY CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915
? -.???? FAVORITE PHOTO PLAYERS. 'THE MIRROR' POPULARITY CONTEST. ~- Full particulars Will appear in the next issue of 'The Mirror' regard ' ing the' popularity contest which' it is proposed to organise among the readers of 'At tho Movies.' 'Every- one goes to the pictures in these days, and most people have a par ticular favorite among the actors and actresses appearing on tho films. The popularity contest wilt be divided into two sections (tragedy and comedy), and everyone In terested should vote; Watoh for fur ther particulars next week. U ? ' ? 4
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915
wmo eoirs TiMBBFtr#| Sr . PRICES LOWEST' IN SYDNEY. ' /?'.%: QUALITY AND PROMPT DELIVERY ARE OUR CHARACTERISTICS. -\;..£ We carry largo stocks Oregon; Redwood. Baltic, and all otlier Flooring's and ? ??'--:;:!? - linings. Including? Rlmu and White Pine. Redwood Mouldings of every description,' . ?'.:?-'-££ and other Timbers required by Builders, which wo supply at Special Prices. ... - ?\i-'i ONLY FIRST QUALITY TIMBER HANDLED. .' . '*.- ??'?''-.'?-} SENJD. US YOUR ENQUIRIES. PRICE LIST. POSTED tfREE ON APPLICATION. ? ? M - ? VANDEHRFIELD &? REID . '.^ TIMBER MERCHANTS (YARD, WHARF, AND SAW MILLS)', LEICHHARDT- - . ' ' V^ .,' STREET,. GLEBE (BLACKWATTLE BAY). ? - . ? ''?'?? !':i$, ?'??- ' 3 minutes from Glebe Tram Terminus. 'Phones, M1925, M1926. '? ? ' ' ?'?'?.? ,\-'/-3J Favor us with an enquiry or a trial order, and wo know wo will havo-you as a -.-' -Sfe !1 * . regular customer. ? . - . ''.^ _ * - lv By Special Appointment Iflffi^fflijJIsS? Hl» Excellency the ' ? \^ to ^y^...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915
Eau de Cologne made an England ? Triple Concentres ??-.-??:?. Vlnolla ' ?' t ' ' ' : ' Eau de Cologne ' 'flHBQ ' ' Will be found the - fSkI ? very highest ? i.- J&*P\ ' ' standard of Eau d» C£rH$WS^I Cologne to be had Spl^-^^ ? ? 'in the^world. iiHS8S«!5i _By scientific . . ; j »J§S=jjs|i selection from the H^S^nf . worlds finest oils, j ^,nUL,B| ' tlie'mo'st stlmu- ? s£;£g2rt| : IatXhg and - 'vimou* j| ; Invigorating Jiavo S&sJIasSKs; ' been blended In ' , . ||||f§J§®ii$ ' ' Triple Concentreo ' ??????? . Vlnolla .- ? ; Eau de Cologne, ? ? . made in England ?2 NoteUut tbe Nine' Vlnolla ?? ' - .. ' ' ?-?- b on crer/. Lottie. Sold in 2-ox. :''.'' . Mid 4-ot bo'llci bjr chemittf, -' dntperi and . storekeepers. -.. -, ? . ? - ?? * 4 READ WHAT FAMOUS SINGERS SAY ABOUT MEAN'S ESSENCE The great 20th CENTURY REMEDY for COUGHS, COLDS, and CATARRH, and other CHEST and THROAT TROUBLES. MR. PETER DAWSON, tho Celebrated Baritone: 'I nm glad to Bay a few doses of Hcan's Essence su...
At the Movies Mabel Normand Injured. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915
At the Movies ? Mabel Normand Iniured. ..The death of Mabel Normand. ot the | Keystone Co., has been freely rumored' in Sydney during the past fortnight, ' The \ publication of the news in a Los Angeles * newspaper cave rise to the report, which, .(fortunately, is untrue. Miss Normand _ has been Buffering from concussion of '. the brain caused by a fall in the studio. , She' was unconscious for.. Beveral days, nn*1 nn tViA ntfrhf nf thA nrlnln liftr rTpnth ' was reported lri mistake, ? * ? - . ? «./?;? Pavlova Production Completed. ' The big .Universal eight-reel feature, . 'The,. D.umb Girl of' Portici,' which is * founded on Aiiber's , famouB opera . '. 'Masanlello,'_ . with Anna Pavlova,.. , the ' famous dancer, In Ihe leading- role, has * been 'completed. Lois Weber, who dt 're'cteiV tho ' picture, adapted tho, forth coming Sydney' release .'Hypocrites;' ; which .has caused such a sensation In 'America. . i .-.;'? ' MISS LOTTIE PICKFORD, A younger sister of Mary Pickford, who a ...
WOMAN AND THE HOME. A WORD UPON BOILING PUDDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915
WOMAN AND THE f HOME. A WORD UPON BOILING PUDDINGS. ? By 'THALIA.' , ? ? To-day I Intend to chat about steamed ? puddings, which for the average home ore ? as a rule one of the daily dishes on the ? table. To begin with— the water In ? which jgtuddlngs are ? bolted or steamed ? should bo kept boiling-, otherwise there ? would not be enough steam;: but It need ? not eallOD. . It must ttntl nil thn. time H otherwise tho pudding would only cook in ? Jerks. A* very, important thing is ... to ? watch that the water does, not boil away B And add more .boiling wa'terVos, needed. ? If a basin laplaoed In a saucepan you kj) must be careful . that there' is' not -too M much water, and that . the oloth (If you uneone) does/not, hang in and .suck It. up. When a pudding Is gooitad in aipan,- paper is. put. over. and., under in order; to lesson the heat Just w,bere it. Is naturally most severe. ' -For'-' very Might dishes this Is necessary also, bo that the 'steaming shall bo' continuous ^but gen...
DO YOU TAKE MUSTARD? The Regeneration of "Archie." [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915
DO YOU TAKE MUSTARD? By 'THE MAD MULLAH.1'. , The Regeneration of 'Archie.' Mid pleasures and palaces there's ho place like the Home Affairs Department, says Mr. O'Molley, who has Just resumed the Ministerial seat there. Mr. Archibald, who has. been shuffled out; thinks so, too. but pretends he doesn't. . Ho says It would require an angel to. satisfy all the wishes of the ten thousand or bo departmental employees. ..He hints', that his own wings might havo' borne him 'onward and up ward', If they hadn't been' prematurely clipped. : Ho also says that Mr. O'Malley Is no angel, but is a 'drummer,' .which Is a very different thlnff. 'Mr. O'Malley says that his predecessor In office .requires ^'spiritual ^regeneration,', and. is 'by, his own. act^ damned.';. When Mr.. Archibald read this ho Is reported to - have.' said: 'Well.irm damned,' thui indicating that Mr/b'M5lIey'wtts speaking the' truth,' ' Mr. FUher as Ovdrlander. After reading the story in 'The Mirror'' of Francis Birtles' lat...
ANOTHER ESSAY THAT WON A PRIZE. My Favorite Hobby. (212 words). [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915
ANOTHER ESSAY THAT WON A PRIZE. . ;?-:?-.,. My Favorlto Hobby. V', ?' (212 words), My 'favorite hobby- Is photography. I have it splendid folding camera and gene ral outfit.; I use an old tank for my dark room. I love to spend a whole day talcing phptps. .Many, miles have I walked through, the shady bush,, taking snaps of tho beautiful scenes,- for I 'prefer scenes to* Ufa 'pictures;. At first I found it a little dlf xicuit ..u) -aeveiuj) my. iiiuib, uu\ j.j pvun1 picked* up the Idea. Ih my dark room- of a, night I love to watch the picture gradu-. ally come into view -as I trail the flint through . the .developer. . Early the next morning I.sit In the sun, waiting for my films to print '.- . , .... - Having 'completed three yeai-3 of photo graphy, one might- expect,' ond expect' rlghfly, ? that I-havo a largo. collection of pliotog.. I havo quite a number of Egyp tian photos, sent out by a friend pt mine Wow Serving in the present WaK I have photos; of magnificent waterfalls around...
A Page for Young People BABETTE'S AND BIJOU'S MAGIC COATS. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915
A Pag)e for ^urig) People BY LILIAN TURNER (Mrs. F. Lindsay .Thompson). Author of 'The. Girl from the Backblocks.' BABETTE'S AND BIJOU'S MAGIC C0AT8. , SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. Babetto and BIJou wore little Belglan'girlB who, since the Great War came to their land, had been living in the cellar of their home. One afternoon they slipped unobserved away to the Market Square where they had heard were great boxes of warm clothing from Aus tralia. Believing that tho fairies haa sent them, they determined to ask for a maglb coat for each. American ladles were there to Elve the clothing away, and they saw to it that, these two Httlo elrls obtained their lonKCd-for coats. When, plflrl in thnfr tvnntlv coats, they at length reached their homes, ?- again they hesitated outside the door afraid to enter, until observed by a German officer, ;; who c»me to the kitchen door, and they wero i dragged by him Inside. He and the other ' ? two officers there accused the little Blrls of having, bee...