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"THE MIRROR" STOPS A HUN SPY FROM LEAVING AUSTRALIA. DE HAAS SCANDAL HUN AGENT TO REMAIN IN AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915
» THE MIRROR ' STOPS A HUN SPY FROM LEAVING AUSTRALIA. DE HAAS SCANDAL. HUN AGENT TO REMAIN IN AUSTRALIA : (Special to 'The Mirror.') [- As a direct result of the exposure in the ':.?'? columns of 'The Mirror' ?with regard to the proposed departure from Australia of r Herr W. de Hans, the German commercial ' ' agoni, in order that he may return to Ger ; . ninny, we understand that steps have been 1 taken nt the lust moment to prevent such an Olltl'ilgC,' Mr. Kelly asked the Prime Minister in the House of. Representatives whether he was iiware that permission liad been giveu to Herr do Haas to leave the Commonwealth, and whether he was aware that de Haas would probably,' while in America, endeavor to iiiTuugg further opportunities for the im portation of German goods into Australia. Mr. Hughes replied: 'I know of noire of Hiese things, but I shall sec that none of them occur.' Various rumors have been current with regard to the matter during the past few ?lays. There is no doubt that...
Some Reflections in The Mirror. How Dry We Are. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915
? Jj How Dry We Are. I HAD always Imagined Sydney as the most up-to-date and modern city In Aus tralia. That was before I came to live here. I have since come to the conclusion that*lt has much to learn from Port Dar win. This Is my first summer In Sydney, and In practically the first month of It I j find it necessary to wash In soda water; owing to the fact that no other water is available. Owing to my experiences inj hub wujuiei.-i.iuH, uiiu wiui uii eye un mu position that Is likely to arise later In the summer, I have decided to move from the North Shore to some other suburb where the water supply is assured. With a brew ers' strike and a water famine In progress at the same time, lire 13 indeed a dry affair. JAMES PATERSON. North Sydney, Nov. 7. 'Tht, Mirror' and tha Censor. I READ, with a good deal of interest your amuHlng account of the raid oh 'The Mirror1' 'office, and of the subsequent In terview ,wlth' the amiable ProfeBsor who carries out the duties of Chief Connor for N...
IN MY GARDEN. Coffee Plant. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915
IN MY GARDEN. Coffee Plant. ? Co f tea Arablca. tlio coffee i^!ant of eommiTcc. ran be grown in sheltered posl-' Uons in (lie coastal districts of New South Wales. The shrub Is evergreen um! trows to n '.height of olx or seven tent. The snowy- white flowers are richly nci-ntPd' and borne In grout profusion. The Ijer rii'H uro blight red, mailing u fine cuntmst with tlio foliage. The toffee plunt is a ImndFomo addition to any uurden with a cnUR nook looking to the North, unit is mill inr.re or lens\t curiosity in this 3:atc! It con be raised from seed, and will thrlvo In any moderately good soil.
GERMAN WOOLBUYERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915
GERMAN WOOLBUYERS. 'With reference to a paragraph which appeared under this heading in our' Issue of October 23,, we ure informed that Mr, Julius' Stavenhagen was burn In Plymouth,. England, and that his father, who was born ia Germany, was a, naturaj i?oil British subject, and hl» mother an Irish woman. As the reference made' by us to the t hanse from tile firm of Wlnchcombe, Carson and Co., Ltd., to John Bridge nnd Co., Ltd., may iifivo created an erroneous Impression, we are asked by Air. htavonhagon to gay that he lert the former company some time before the war, and that bo holds si letter of appreciation for his services. In accordance with our practice we have plea sure in giving publicity to these facts, and resret !£ by Inadvertence a false Impression was created by our article.
IN THE GRIP OF THE HUNS. AUSTRALIAN DRUGS. GERMAN NAMES TO BE BANNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915
IN THE GRIP OF THE HUNS. AUSTRALIAN DRUGS. GERMAN NAMES TO BE BANNED. (Special to 'The Mirror.') Mr. Hughes, Prime Minister, received a depu tation last Monday with regard to the use of German names in connection with well-known drugs. The Prime Minister was ashed to prohibit the use of these names In order to avoid the maintenance of a goodwill to be used by German traders after the. conclusion of the war. A pro test was made against the permission which had been granted to a local manufacturer to use the word Aspirin. Mr, Hushes indicated that his own feeling's were In sympathy with the viewa of the deputation, and subsequently stated in the Federal Parliament that effect will be given to this view. A representative of 'The Mirror' had an op-' portunity of discussing the whole subject with 3lr. HUBsell Grlmwade, who was one of thu members of the deputation, and Is u member of the im portant und well-known firm oC Melbourne, chem ists, Felton, Grimwade and Co. Mr. Grlmwade, who is ...
REMOVING THE CANCER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915
REMOVING THE CANCER. ' 'This war is the end of Germnny's dominance of trade, the end of Ger many's attempt to monopolise the earth. Shccanie into this country, w and we welcomed her; in our foolish trustfulness, we gave her of our host. She spied out the fruitfulness of the land, and was gradually filching evervihinff t.linr. won in it TUn hmir. of Australian trade was coming into her predatory hands. But our eyes are opened.' 'Now, let every man do the job that is in front of him, and the job that is in front of the business men of Australia is to see that Germany has no trade in Australia from now onwards. Every fibre and every tentacle of the accursed cancer must be cut out. We must follow it up to the end, and cut it out, no matter what it means. It means more to Germany to lose her trade than1 to lose twenty army corps.' In these eloquent words, which left ho room for the imagination, the Prime Minister of Australia on Tues 1 day last, in Melbourne, reiterated the bold stand wh...
FRANKFURT SAUSAGE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915
FRANKFURT SAUSAGE COMPANY. We have received several enquiries with regard to thlB companjv especially In view of the, adver- tisement appearing in- the columns of 'The ? Mirror.'-: .?? ?.???.- ? ;.??.? , ; We may stale that it U'our practice to decline to accept advertisements .from firms with regard, to wliosa composition .we; are not satisfied, and . wo havo refused' a. considerable amount of busi ness on this account. ? ; , ? ? . ?? ; , ? VTe are informed by.. Mr.. Alfred Hayhow, tho managing director of tbo, company, that there are no, sbarehplders or employees of German or Aus trian origin, and this statement S^* been sup- - ported by particulars furnished ta u«. Tho Prime Minister of tho Commonwealth lms authorised the company to transact, business with the .. Defence Department, and acknowledged its British charac ter. Tho present company acquired the. business from the original, proprietor In 1910. ? ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915
FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH Owing to the rapid incroase in the circnlation of 'The Mirror,' we have. moved to larger premises. , .??. ,..' EDITORIAL AND ADVERTISING DEPARTMENTS : ST. ANDREW'S .. : ? PLACE, SYDNEY- ^ ? .-: 'Phone: City 4457. . ... . . . ! PUBLISHING: 472 KENT STBEET, SYDNEY. j ?????? 'Phone: City 2526. T ? j IN ORDER TO COPE WITH THE INCREASED DEMAND 'THE MIRROR*' WILL IN FUTURE BE ON SALE ON SATURDAY AS WELL AS ON SUNDAY AND EVERY OTHER DAY OF THE WEES. ^ ????'.? ?????-? ' ' ? - :' -?? ' -'? '-'??? })
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915
REflD 'THE MIRROR' FOR SPORTING NEWS. ? rrJnted for tba AUSTRALIAN. PICTORIAL. NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Limited, by -vThe Worker;' Trustees, St. Andrew's Place, Sydney, and Published by Jack Michael Myers, The Mansions, ? ' ' : ' -':- ' .-? ? . Manly, Sydney, at the Offices of the Company, St. Andrew's Place, Sydney! ... :
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. A. Davie, Mosman. — Enquiries arc being made. J. H. Henderson, Murrumburrah. — Wo will make enquiries regarding tho matter. E. Meek, Bronte. — Yes, the paper you mention is printed in Sydney. We have referred the matter to the proprietors of the Journal, who have promised to rectify tha tnnttAF We have received a complaint written from the Methodist Church of Austra lasia tent. Liverpool Camp, as to the nigh prices charged tor refreshments at the Camp canteen. ' Our correspondent need not be further troubled over the matter, in view of the fact that the District Com mandant officially stated on .Wednesday that the canteen will in the future not be run by contractors, but by a military committee, on which members of the rank and file will be allotted positions.
LIEUT. MACKINNON'S DEATH. DELAY IN NOTIFYING RELATIVES. The Editor "The Mirror." [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915
LIEUT. MACKINNON'S DEATH. DELAY IN NOTIFYING RELATIVES. The Editor 'The Mirror.' Sir. — The fearless way in which you are dealing with the 'Hun' question, the cen sorship, etc, deserves the admiration and support of tho public, especially thoso who have relations in the tiring line. I buy i your paper, and will continuo to buy it, even U it had nothing else in it except such questions. Lieut. J. T. Mackinnon, 4th Battalion, Bal lina. Is given 'killed In action.' with re marks about ' previous reported wounded nod !1L' I wish to bring under your notice the very belated appearance ot this Informa tion, and the muddle in which it still ex ists. It will show that there is something radically wrong1 with the methods of send ing records. SYom the list you will see that death Uok place on August 9, to., three months ago. - That he wis actually killed was first told to us (I am a brothor of Lieut. J. T. Mackinnon,. and was at home — 'The Gables,' Balllna, when my father received the letter)...
Do You Take Mustard? Water on the Brain. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915
i© !©i Till Mf§tofr$? By The MAD MULLAH. Water on the Brain. There Is a drought over at North Shore. It Is apparent in the appearance of the residents who come over on the business boats In the morning. They wear an un washed appearance, quite foreign to their customary well-groomed exterior, and and some are growing beards for the want of shaving water. The transition stage from Imlriesancss to whiskers is always painful, both to the grower and his Im mediate relatives and friends. The trouble Is that there is no substitute for water, except soda-water, and then it is neces sary to tulio something with it, which the patrlutic North Shoreltes refrain from do ing since the King closed his cellar. There is a concensus of opinion among the North Shoreiles that the members of the water board have water on the brain, and it is believed that this is partly the cause ,of tlie shortage. ? ? ? A Black Draught. Beer will in future be a 'black' draught. This has nothing to do with the Chief Se...
THE WOODEN IDOL OF BERLIN. A SYMBOL OF STRENGTH AND WEAKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915
THE WOODEN IDOL OF BERLIN. A SYMBOL OF STRENGTH AND WEAKNESS. The erection of a wooden statue of Marshall von Hindenburg In one of the public squares of Berlin, is the subject of the following fins article by Randal Charlton in 'The Sunday Pictorial.' The Germans have erected in one of the public squares of Berlin a great wooden statun of Marshal von Hinden burg, and this grotesque effigy is a pub lic sign of all Germany's wisdom and all its folly. In many ways it is the most eloquent statue in the world. It tells you why Germany has been so successful in her military operations for the past twelve months. It is a tragic signpost that directs you on the Inevitable road of Germany's ultimate ruin. ? This wooden idol in Berlin is worth consideration. It Is more deeply and widely significant than the shorttem pered old Prussian general in whose like ness it has been moulded. This old gen eral has neither universal nor permanent importance. On the other hand, the wooaen iuoi wiucn Dears...
FEDERAL FLASHES. THE GERMAN TRADE MENACE. MR. HUGHES OFF TO LONDON. WHAT DOES IT PRESAGE? MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915
' FEDERAL FLASHES. THE GERMAN TRADE MENACE. MR. HUGHES OFF TO LONDON. WHAT DOES IT PRESAGE? (From Our Special Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Friday. The German trade menace was the main theme or Mr. Hughes at the banquet In Melbourne Town Hall on Tuesday. He wus speaking to an audience composed largely of commercial men, and his per sistent and reiterated advice wns to cut the German right out of Australian trade, not only during the war but after. 'Every ' man to his Job,' he suid strongly, 'and the '- 4nh flint Id (n /rnn- nt tVin hiinlnaaa mon of Australia Is to see that Germany has no trade in Australia from now onwardn.' Ho referred to the enemy's commercial hold of this country as 'an accursed cancer, every fibre of which must bo cut out.' 'Take some risk,' he urged on the more or less conservative gentlemen in front of him; 'cut it right out, and see that it does not come back.' When the leading man in Australia talks like this, the supine tolerance of half hearted, cold-footed b...