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AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS V.—WILLIAM STREET [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS ? -S) ? V.-WILLIAM STREET Situated between the College-street Museum and a dancing pavilion, and facing a part of the Domain (at its greenest just now), is the William-street Public School. Because the school is on the edge of a district where money is not plentiful the contributions of little Wil liam-street schoolites are rather wonderful. The headmistress Miss Read, spoke ' proudly o£ the patriotism of the children. There are 500 scholars at William-street, and each of these does his or her best, either by sewing or giving the dear Saturday penny to help our brave lads at the front. Since the beginning of the year 1438 articles have been knitted by the girls, and 'the boys have loyally supported the work by buying the wool. In this way since March £20 has been' expended. Towards Australia Day Fund Wil liam-street gave £85, to Belgian Day £30, to France's, Triangle and War Chest Days £10, also a kit fund for Belgian babies. The headmistress speaks highly of the ...
HATS OFF TOE— [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917
HATS OFF TO— 1 ' - The Manly Council for its vigorous cam ? , ' paign in favor of the internment of Huns. — '- , Sergeant T. O'Sullivan, D.C.M., M.M., for '_ - . . courageously, fighting Huns, I W.W, men, and - . ' anti-recruiters at risk to his life. The 'exhausted' French Ajmy for their latest ?- . ' offensive. i' -? Sir John Forrest on seeing .one of his am bitions realised in the east-west railway,
BOBBY'S WOES JOURNAL FOR THE NEWEST TRADES UNION [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917
BOBBY'S W0G? JOURNAL FOR THE NEWEST TRADES UNION tiy RANDOLPH illiDI'OHD. At lattt tht policeman— »lie kduiii uf the ten* -j lurteu— cuintta to hia own, 1 The reformed aftertyucii uf Outcalte and Bea« a toalj the old 'CharJes' who called 'it o'clock, 1 untl ttll'M well,' wliett, Indeed, mokt tlitngti were ? B very ill) the early Sydney nulleemun, recruited fl frum the worst uf crintinali, no that the citizen 1 who curried money, and Haw a policeman In I Oeorge-stieel, ran home in great fear and 1 tremblings and the 'Hobble*' und (he 'Peeler*,' I who owe their nicknames to Sir Kobcrt Peel'— these have nupplied the cheap machine-made humorist with the fellow to ancient jokes of the mother-in-law, toothache, and underline)! kind. And the superstition is hardier than any of the reformations made already, because most people have but .one idea, and if the brain space available is already filled, there is no room for any change or alteration. But no man who* knows them can see any joke in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917
Business Education FREE! ** * Stott's 'Business College Scholarship Examination will be held on Saturday', No vember 3, at 70 Pitt-street. ? Girls. between the ages- of. H.and 18 years are eligible to enter. Subjects: English' and Arithmetic. Qualifying Certificate standard. ? A FULL Scholarship entitles the winner to a FREE Twelve Months' Complete Business Course, value £21. / , Excellent position's available at the end of the Course. Join the College whose record is one of achievement. ...' '..-??' t- .??:?? Call or write for Entry Form without delay, '? , . .'?'.'?. Stott's Business College -* (Stott and Underwood). ?0 PITT STREET; 70 PITT STREET. :. .: '.'.' '' ? '?? ? -..,..-. ?'-......'? ?'?? .' - ?'?'??' -??.-. '?-.'.:.'..' '.''?'-. - ...- - i
RETURNED SOLDIERS HUNDREDS SEEK WORK A DISGRACE TO AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917
- RETURNED SOLDIERS HUNDREDS SEEK WORK r ' A DISGRACE TO AUSTRALIA. ?V, _ i _ . _ '- We 'do not know whether the body of re turned soldiers who met on Thursday are justi , '- - ' fied in forming a new body, independent of the R.S.A. But we do know that they are entitled to demand that work, shelter, and food Bhall be ' , _. found speedily for every man who has come _, _^ , ',. back from the front. ' ~i~ t It is a disgrace to Australia, and a grave re -,,j- flection on our public organisations and gene rosity, that it should be necessary to beg in the Streets of Sydney (as was do'ne this week) for a meal and a bed for men who have served two and three years at the front. There Is clearly Borne flaw in our repatriation machinery and administration of patriotic funds, We arc quite aware that some of these men ore difficult to place; but that merely enhances, the need for . additional care in seeking suitable employment for them. These men (and there are said to be several hundreds of t...
INTERN ALL HUNS PUBLIC MEETING NEXT MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917
INTERN ALL HUNS PUBLIC MEETING NEXT MONDAY NcNt Monday a public meeting will be held ut the Town Hull, Bydncy, at 3.30 p.m., with lite object of urging on die Government the need for more drastic treatment In* dealing with aliens lit Auntrnlin. We hone that a rcprenen tutlvc gathering will rcitult, for there can be no tiucotlon where public opinion in on this qu-9- tlon, There will be ucvcrol Federal Ministers in Sydney next week, und they wilt have nn op ; . ' ronunlly of realising the depth of popular feel 1 *»B l» this matter. We truot that Senator J , Pearcc, who in to addrctso a public meeting on \ ' , war questions at the Town Hall on Wednesday '1 ,' . evening, will find it possible to announce that ? . - the Government has decided to do the right ', - thing, even at this late hour. t l ' The Manly Council is to be congratulated on ' - its action in urging the internment of all enemy subjects, and we have no doubt that it will be supported by almost every municipal body in , t...
A HAD WHEELER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917
A MAD WIIEULmk. . 'J-it whwl !' roared ithe MirReant, to a company tvliicn had Kaiucd a reputation as a stone-st u'bbiiij; tram. B,t!H they could not wheel. One was apeeiallv awk waid. 'Speakiufi fr'in perconal ohtervation, Xoi 17,' lie ! faid, with ominous calumets, 'I should tay you wasn't offun top lioy of ,v'r elans ut Ki-hool. Xow 1hen, LEFT WHEEL.' J-evwitfpn messed it up aijain, and the s-t- IH-ant jiroi ecclwl from wlasre he intexruj:led liimUt : 'Fr'aps,' he «aid. 'you can recollect enough to toll me wot .v' was before y' .(rot. this nioe new Biiit cf mil'tarv tlotiics for uothiii(r. Wot WAS youT' 'WlieclwrlBlil,' was the reply. 'By ? , you don't now,' co.'iiineitU'r. the. sergeant. ? '
THE D[?]D STOPPED HIM [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917
THK Dl'l) s'lYlPPRl) lint Aftrr a Ions ItinijiiiK at the front, where t;i;. Mi? OhIIs were unions tlu- tilings hi- was Ia:nil'ar with, oi* of the Ijovk was pent bac]i worut'oj, mid billetcV on a French farm. A hIkii attracted hU attt-ntion, and liv liad it inUrpretrd : 'Ucrinan shell tell here.' li ha-] pone feet into the ground, without explodin-r. An J the plae-. of burial, was avoided. He kyit awa.v fr.;w It, too. Said he had eonie. luck from where the oiir w.it ihitl: with them, to learii 'that stalls weiw harmful.
MODES AND MEN AN OPPORTUNITY FOR HUSBANDS, A Great Strike, [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917
MODES AND MEN I ll» llllld..W^WMWM*tMMII| AN OPPORTUNITY FOR HUfWANDfl. My 1WAHK MORTON. A Great* Btrtke, 'VVInt wi really iited/bmld the Old Gentle. mm), 'i» h great mid united strike tiimlHit «' mi8on.ltlp. I'mjiMl thinking of the nitlltttry, eeiiior»hit- )i- pur'tlculan betnuw that l» rather tiec«»Ni-ry, however illly and erratic at odd mo- mtiU« it may ««ei». Hut «u»po»e that all the iiewHiiaperK of Australia Haiti— a» one new§» l»B|)or actually did »ty once— 'We will not pub IUU untt»» vne are permitted returnable liberty to eNpremt our hunett opinion about the war and the bearing* of the war on the political Mttuatlon'— and »uppo»e that on that the new»» oaueru did actually eeaue publication. Don't you think that within mo days you would have a reformed censorahip? V A !tool«d Habit. 'But that l« only one aspect of what I have in mind, and not the aspect with which I am chiefly or immediately concerned. Suppose that all the picture show people shut down and said, 'We will not ...
FIT AS A FIDDLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917
1 _ KIT AS A KIUDLE. A man who has done some good work in the country where good work does not always count — in time for Jhj recognition of it to be of personal value— tells of the trouble lie had to get into khaki. He tried himself on Mircral doctors, privately, 1-eforc going up, and all found somcthini; wrong. One taid his heart was out of pluinb, anotiur that his lungs were Mown in, or out, or dani ijted some way. One faid he was liable to fits, and an other that ho had ingrowing feet, and was otherwise malformed. Finally he went to the doctor at the re cruiting depot, lie ran a quick, professional' eye over him, punched him in a number of tuspicious . places, slapped him litre and stabbed him there, and pagsed him —fit as a iiddlc. He has been u couple of years tinder war-harhras. ond is still going very strong. ?