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REPORTED MISSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915

REPORTED MISSING. PRIVATE QULLOFSEN, Of the 18th (N.S.W.) Battalion at the Dardanelles, who is reported missing. Private Gullofsen , who Is 20 years of age, previously saw active service, with the New .Guinea expedition. Don't forget to vote for your favorite picture players In our popularity- contest; commencing soon.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PROGRESS OF THE COO-EES. MARCH OF THE GILGANDRA MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915

THE PROGRESS OF THE COO-ESS, ij — ^ MARCH OF THE GILGANDRA MEN. The Gllgandra contingent of vol unteers Is steadily continuing on Us long march to Sydney, and on Wednesday tho recruits passed through Lltbgow and Hartley. Tho lads havo been given rousing re ceptions at each town, and as they wend their way .' out of the towns the inhabitants havo Invariably J; showered gifts ot -- Bweets and cigar ettes upon them'. 4* The numbor has ?. been augmented considerably on ?'/?'- the way, and ar rangements are to . bo made to glva them an enthu siastic welcome . when they arrive ?'. In Sydney next ' , Saturday. Tho Go- ; vernor - General has to attend a re cruiting meeting in Queensland on November 13, but Lady Helen Munro Ferguson will be . present on tho ar- V: rival of the G»- .;'; gandra men at 'tho ;?' conclusion of the'' ._.?[ treat march. ???.:_' CAPTAIN HITCH ENS, LEADER OF THE GILGANDRA MARCH.

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

OFF TO THE FRONT. A farewell banquet was tendered by tin Ashlteld St. Vincent's Social and Debat ing Society to the members of St. Vln« cent's Catholic Church, Ashfield, who are going to tho front. Fourteen of the mom bers are at present In camp, and at the function, which was attended by over 200 members and friends, the Rev. Father Gannon presided, and proposed the toast of 'Our Guests.' Private Peter Gallagher feelingly responded, and said that they considered that they were only doing their ' duty. Sergeant Cox, a returned soldier, responding to the toast of 'Our Boys at the Dardanelles,' laid stress on the need for more men. Patriotic songs wero ren dered during the evening, and cheers for tho soldiers terminated proceedings. Who is the funniest man In the movit-a? Our popularity contest will tell vou. Look ' out for it.

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

CERTIFICATES OF HONOR. A concert arranged by the Rose Bay Patriotic Society was held in Rose Bay hall on Tuesday night, tho building being taxed to Us utmost capacity. A specially arranged programme of entertaining Items was given, and the various contri butors were heartily applauded for their efforts. During the evening Certificates of Honor were presented to the young men of Rose Bay who are in camp and about to leave for the front, and the next of kin received the framed certificates, which .were fine pieces of workmanship, on behalf of tho men from Rose Bay who aro at present in the trenches at Galll poll. Great enthusiasm prevailed when the first Rose Bay returned wounded sol dier put in an appearance, and cheers were given by all present for the returned hero. Mr. H. C. Hoyle, MJ_A., presided, and gave an interesting address.

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 TWICE DAILY NATIONAI THFATRF TWICE DAILY *»*hm* 2iy225r. .Srr^cS *»«w« I MR, BEN. J. FULLER HAS MUCH PLEASURE IN PRESENTING TO YOU 'The BLETSOES, Mtasic&l Comedy IRevtse A Complete Company of 16 Star Artists, In an original and artistic offering, ehoekful of Comedy— fresh laughter recorded every minute — a tpream from start to finish. ' IN VACATION TIME' The Blond Ballet, the Rambler Quartette, New Scenery, Novel Lighting, Excellent Wardrobe, Pretty Poses, and the Latest Musical Numbers. In addition to the Revue: A COMPLETE COMPANY OF STAR VAUDEVILLE ATTRACTIONS. ? BARGAIN MATINEE PRICES. 6d. and 1/-. 6d. and 1/-. 6d. and 1/.. ' 6d. and 1/-. EVENING PRICES: 3/-, 2/-.1/-, and 6d. (except Sat. and Holidays). Rcservo ? tlon Feo 6d. and Holidays 1/-. 'Plione, City 3389 for Reservations. ? FRANCO-AUSTRALIAN XMAS CARNIVAL ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW GROUNDS Saturday, December 4th, 1915, from 10.30 a.m. to, 6 p.m. IN AID OF SOLDIERS' STORES. AND TO SEND DOLLS AND TOYS TO THE ORPHAN C...

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

TliJftI I THF ATIBMP1™ TWICE DAILY fllWULiI 1 llJCi/i 1 JS&E1 2.3O and:8 Governing Director, H. D. MclNTOSH . ? A Great Programme of Stars who can only be seen at the Tlvoll. MISS MARY LAW, Kotnble Kngllsh Violinist. COY DE TRICKEY, The Cinnamon Girl. J. and M. HARKINS, In Little lilts or Musical Comeily Nonsense NOLAN and NOLAN, Comedy Jucrslers. MORRIS GOLDEN, The Yldule on the FMulo. IDA BARR ANNIE KENT, - TWO GRKAT COMRDIKNKKB. HAZEL MORAN, Champion I!one Thrower. v/alter James, Tho Merrs Idler. THE PAVOLAS, Classical Athletes. VAUDE and VERNE, ' Patter ComnillnnB. HERBERT. WINTER, . ? Drnll Comedian. . STAFFORD & CO., / - ? In the Hunter's. Game. :? ?? PRICKS AS USUAL. Finn nt Nicholson's nnd Tlvoll. 'Phone 0624 for Reserves. '?? Children ilalf-prlco Friday Nfchtg and Mntlnccg. ? ' ? ? NEXT SHTURDRY'S 'MIRROR' F©R BEST PieTURES ©F THE WEEK.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
In the Limelight THE LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY "SUZANNE." Our Empty Theatres. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915

[?] THE LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY 'SUZANNE.' Our Empty Theatres. Two of Sydney's thentres are standing empty Just now, and there seems no llke llhood of the ennvos coverings being ro mpved from their upholstered Beat for some weeks to come. Tho Royal, which was recently turned temporarily into a picture house, has since kept its doorff closed, and the Adelphl Is in the hands of carpenters, decorators, and other unemo tional people, who are making some very ..desirable alterations nnd renovations. George Mnrlow's big playhouse 1b to be '. opened at Christmas with the pantomime . Dick Whlttlngton. ? ? . ? The question arises whether Sydney has too many theatre.'. In normal times I :, should say not, but Just now it is rather ';'? doubtful whether business is good enough to keep all the legitimate houses full enough to pay. Sydney, by tho way, has * six metropolitan theatres devoted to tho i V drama, compared to four in Melbourne. ' .;.?'. « ? * : Potash and Perlmutter's Farewell. Th...

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

HI .'I M .rpHERE Is now no good reason why any undeveloped or Immature woman fihould : m X remain flat-chested, and scraggy about the neck, cheeks, or shoulders. The ??' ,H charm that would otherwise be hers ? Are your cheeks sunken and hollow? ' v DO Have you deep lined around your mouth and eyes? Are your arm's thin and scrawny? ' ?' t Kg And Is youp chest flat, and your bosom undeveloped? Do your shoulrier-bladee and -' n the 'salt-cellars' that form at your throat make evening dres» almost a tragedy? ft gl Are you so thin that your clothes merely hang on you ? ? ' '-J I DR. FALLIERE'S ' FLESH-FOOD' *| & Is a scientific, harmless bust developer and flesh-builder. Put up in tablet form It Is -* H easy to use and pleasant to take, and, if desired, can be taken secretly, it Is not a ''-'-i H common drug but a skilfully prepared, medicated food-treatment. Taken under our ' 'if n directions It will work wonders for your appearance. ? -1 ;', B In many cases bunt measurements ha...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Through the Eyes of a Woman Everyone Should Read Saturday's "Mirror." [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 6 November 1915

[?] Everyone Should Read .Saturday's 'Mirror.' [?] A woman*! fancy ihanscj like the tkj, Hti roving thought is died on that or thia. But Id the mhror of her rolieu eye She calchei all that men are wont to Bill. The Cult of 'Otherdom.' Wo are all followers of tho cult of 'otherdom' In these days. The war has taught us the lesson which 'Marney, old boy' tried to teach us in times of peace, nnd most of us have become apt pupils AVe are nearly all of us war workers in theso days, and most pconlo find them selves going hard from morning till night. I believe it is doing us all good. It haB given us something to occupy our minds besides bridge, golf, and small talk, and I have noticed, many faces, which at . ono time boro the stamp of perpetual . MISS PUDNEY, a well-known New Zealand girt, who left this- week for India, where she is to marry Mr. Cameron, of the P. and O. Company. Miss Pudney Is a fine musician, and has a very beautiful voice. During Madame Calve's visit to Australia, Mis»...

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 sublime film that tells the naked truth about politics, religion, love, society,, Uitff A I*8!? nPHwAfP!? Beginning Next * ^^^.LlCa ^ MgA 1 I&lCi, Satnrday, Nov. 13 CRYSTAL PALACE THEATRE. Beginning Monday. the famous English actor, who was ' the builder of bridges ' in ' Easy Money;' shown recently at the Crystal Palace, in : ' 'JOHN GLADE'S HONOR.' '.'* The dramatic story of the too-busy husband and his lonely wife. -' By the Frohman Amu«. Corp., In 5 Acts.

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

CHARM. Every woman can be charming. It is only a question of learning how. The simplest act,1' such o» buying a newspaper or paying a tram fare, may be invested with such grace and sweetnes* that it ' assumes the quality of some beau tiful important deed, leaving behind ~ it ah impression of bright sunlight. Every woman can be charming. It is only a question of learning how. Here is tho secret. Accompany the smallest deed with a gracious thought.

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 — 13 November 1915

SEND US YOUR] SNAPSHOTS. . . The Editor of 'The Mirror' will be pleased to receive for publi cation interesting photographs by both Amateurs and Profes sionals. Payment will be made for photographs accepted; films will, if noeessaryp be devaloped free of charge) and originals will be returned if doiired. Snapshots relating to men or events. at tho front will be speci ally welcomed.

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 — 13 November 1915

WE POST 'THE MIRROR' TO ANY PART OF AUSTRALIA FOR 2/6. FOR SIX MONTHS. SEE SUBSCRIPTION FORM ON , . PAGE 4. 11 ^

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 — 13 November 1915

NEXT SATURDAY'S 'MIRROR' $QR BEST PICTURES' ?

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOME OF THE WORKERS WHO ARE GOING TO MAKE ALLIES DAY A HUGE SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

SOME OF THE WORKERS WHO ARE GOING TO M^KE ALLIES DAY A HUGE SUCCESS. Mr* Kenneth Hume, Miss France. Cavell, . cousin of Nor., Cavell, who., foul murder by German, ha. .hocked the wortd, and Mis. Philli. Rose. The.e photograph, of tho lad!., of th, Indian Stall, which I. being orfl.nt.ed for Allle.. Day by Mr* Joynton Smith, Wer» taken by 'The Mirror' .pedal photoarap her at tho f«t. recently fliven, by tho or0an!.ir, in aid of th« fund. sE™.'efVr° r'B|-t« 8t,anttr.n3--The Mi«cs Doris Davis, Dorothy Soloway, and Bello Sloan.. From left to right, «.ttinO:-Mis. Jean Hogu9 and Mrs. James Mi||ar. Mr. Reginald Wood, as 'Johnnie Walker,' a costume in which he has taken 24 first % prize*. Miss Belle Sloane. ?

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARCH OF THE GILGANDRA MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

MARCH OF THE GIL.GANDRA MEN. These striking pictures of the march of the 'Coo-ees' who were accorded a hearty welcome on their arrival in Sydney yesterday, were taken by 'The Mirror' special photographer. Tho Governor- Genera) (Sir Ri Munro Ferguson) chatting vvith Lieut. E. G. Facey, an officer of the Imperial army, who sorved under Lord Roberts hi tho Afghan campaign and afterward* In the Boer war. Lieut. Facey roso to a com mission from the ranl-«v tho 'Coo-ees' ?n th6 march-. A glimpso of the procession when ncaring Lawson. I The l'Coo-«es'' I 1 Mascots. | ? I The hardest burden of the war is borne by the mothers. In this touching photo graph, Mrs. Thorne, of Lawson, is seen bidding good-bye to her only son, who has joined the 'Coo-ees.' The Governor-General makes a aurpriso inspection of the BCoo-eei' ?t L»w»on, in company with tho State Commandant, Colonel Rama ciotti, and other officers. The reception of the men outside Lawson.. .Throughout the march the men have been accorde...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"WITHIN SOUND OF GUNS." [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

. 'WITHIN 6OUND OF GUNS.' Sunday. Nov. It, \s the unniveiwiry of Lord Roberts' death. Cable Nov. II, lull: ' LurU RobertK dli-d within found of gun;*.' 'Within the Koinid of guns' our hero lay ' In that hint hour that brought Ids soul release, . ? When Wur's ilroail cchoix yofteui'il, It may be, To bells thut gently ushered in his peace. II Ih pi-ute, with promise of our pcucc WO l-'or III the 'Sliurto' his great «oul may1' Iuivp leuown Our Ri|'!»li iisiins would hold for right and' Anil ' I'lisnlng ' heard their brave, Just , tones iilone. ? ? - , UlnpiPK In future harmony for men r WlnMt itnllonM fill will fulth nml'linnnr keep! O hen., lovni: perihanre you left 'All Well!' When to the sound of guns you fell asleep, j MAUDE B. JACOB.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORIGINAL VERSE. THE KAISER'S INSPECTION OF THE HIGH SEA FLEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

J ORIGINAL VERSE. - j THE KAISER'S INSPECTION OF THE HIGH SEA FLEET. Admiral Scliott. your ships are rush-. Behold the. barniu-los fnHt on_Klel,' ?'?'.. The ozone here Is dry. and musty, ? -;.. ;.' The brass la green upon your wlifel;, :? My glorious ensign trnlla In sorrow. Dropped Is my Rujle'u valiant wing— ? ?'.- You're always miking of ' To-morrow ' .When on tlio UMtUli you will spruit;, ??-'' »-i . .?- .??:.' i-- t. . ? . -?] ui- \ My Dreadnought's, In their mighty powcr,_ ' 5 Are- fnst urlilnd the boom luiSr miner ' ' c' ?' But. Admiral Sehott, this la.-tlie- hour! ? ??' *? : Go forth and make their navy thlnu! - ' '. Crawl out, amid the driving oca fog. Shoot down the children on the way. Show tho world tho German son. do^ Is game to right— where IuuIim Kay! ' '.-';: Find out tho trawlers, unarmed liners,' ? ? : The white ship with the Red'CrosH plnln;. Sink ull tho helpless on the water.-'. Then sneak into your port ttynlu. . y; You know, the world Ih weury — waiting;' Thoy...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLIES' DAY. AN APPEAL IN A WORTHY CAUSE. PROSPECTS FOR FRIDAY'S DIG EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

ALLIES' DAY. AN APPEAL IN A WORTHY CAUSE. PROSPECTS FOR FRIDAY'S DIG EFFORT. When the people of New South Wuies contributed over half a million of money on behalf of the Austruliu Day funds ? there were those who declared that the effort marked the high-water mark In generosity so fur a.a the war funds were bonco ned, and that the purse strings would In future be drawn tight. That this belief was ungrounded hns already been «l»nn'n lit' thn omnnrt Hint lino hnnn forthcoming for the numerous less am bitious efforts, such as Rose Day, that have'finco been made. The real reply of the people has, nevertheless, to be made, and it will be forthcoming nest Friday. Allies' Day is likely to be only second to Australia, Dny in the generous response of the public. The money raised on this occasion is to be devoted to the relief of Great Britain's Allies in the great war, and there could be no more worthy cause. ? The dire necessity with which some of '. (lic-ftf- miflnnn nrp fupprl tn-rt:iv l=...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HUN BLOCKS—BLOCKED ONCE MORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

THE HUN BLOCKS ? BLOCKED ONCE MORE. Hun Block, Senior, and Hun Block, Junior, decided that the Allies wars crying for peace, and recantly made modest posco proposals. Tho refusal came as ana voico, and the Hun Blocks ara thoroughly dis illusioned.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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