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The Bevelled Edge [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

ISfa i Bevelled ^ Edge i y-ii..iimti..ii.iiii,ii ? n ? 7.i. ? ii. i, i ? i.i, ? ,,.,i,ml^ A mirror-s function, as an men allege. Is to reflect the world In colors true; The proper purpose of the berclled edgo Is to look sldewuvs and see things askew. Desperate. I am shocked and surprised, also fright ened. Mr. Asquith will stick at nothing! Ho said it, and the cables carried the news o£ the tremendous resolution the Frlmo Minister had taken. He will stick at nothing! Awful visions rush before me as I write. I think of poisoned paper knives and daggers dipped In opium' and heuna. I think of the head of the Brit ish Government stealing through the dark purleus o£ some continental city, creeping, creeping with noiseless foot falls and grim set jaw upon some un suspecting Teutonic victim. It Is simply dreadful. I must have something to . drink. . . . Ah, that s better. Now I sec things as they really are. Mr, Asciuith ?will Btick at nothing! Hum. That meanB, I suppose, that he will say ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WRECK OF THE EMDEN AS IT APPEARS TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

THE WRECK OF THE EMDEN RS IT APPEARS TO-OHY. This Is the latest photograph of the wreck of tho nortorioun German cruiser Emden. A recent cable from London stated that some of the Emden's guns had been Sent to England, and were on exhibition.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GILGANDRA MARCH ENDS. "COO-EES" ACCORDED A ROUSING RECEPTION AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

GILGANDRA MARCH ENDS. 'COO-EES' ACCORDED A ROUSING RECEP* TION. AT SYDNEY. A warm welcome was extended to the'Coo-ees' on arrival in Sydney yesterday. They were re ceived by her Excellency Lady Helen Munro Fer guson at Martin Place, the Governor-General being absent in Queensland on. a recruiting mission. The route of the volunteers has been interestingly followed ever since tho journey was commenced by a small number of Gilgandra men who had ' responded to the call, and enthusiasm grew more - and more intense until the contingent had in creased to over 300. When the men. preceded by a brass band and headed by Captain Kitchens, wended their way into Hie city yesterday, thousands of people thronged tho streets nnd cheered them. Business, wus at n standstill for snmo tlmo, all joining in giving thp men a rousing reception. Although travel-worn and weary frum their long march,' th» men were llttlo tho worse for their experience. A.' number of photographs taken during the march. arpear ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEFORE THE WHISTLE BLOWS. THE WAR MORALISINGS OF LONG SAM MARTIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

BEFORE THE WHISTLE BLOWS. THE WAR MORALISINGS OF LONG SAM MARTIN. By 'SMOKE-OH.' 'Servia's stlekin' to It,' said Long Sam. 'Smashed back from hill to hill, banged and wal loped and hit foul, she won't never leave that bloomln' ring till the heavyweights she has to fight knock her clean through the ropes. This Is his tory, Warrego, me son. This is Marathon and tbo Battle of Hastings and Eureka Stockade all lumped into one. Every bloke from this time out that Beta called a Servian will shift his felt and stand bareheaded bowln', knowln' that the greatest com pliment has been paid him for clean erlt.' 'That's all bloomln' nice and Christmas panto mime pleasant,' said Warrego. 'No good to me. Give me a cove wot knows when he's licked every time. Wot's Servla got to fight for? Got to go through a bloomln' sausage mill with all trimraln's of the ham and beef shop for tryin' to stand up when she ain't got no show in life.' 'Servia has got to fight for Servla,' said Long Sam. 'Australia has...

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

tK55 --SRJBAT FRENCH Rl&MlSeif, | Dr. Gastosi Memer's System for tlh.© § Al»&ol*iie O\asr© of I 'Yho System Invented by that great French PhyBlclan and I Cllnleisi. Dr. Gaston Mcnier, consists of eight Medicaments, I Fluids, Apparatus, etc., and Is the most compl-ue and com I prclienslvo Treatment for tho cure of Catarrh ever thought of. ? It has hail a seventeen yearn' trial In all parts of Europe, and I the result is that some thousands of medical men aro prc I scribing it to their patients. I It stamps the disease from tho system, not In the ordinary I way by means of Inhalants, sprays, etc., but In a radically j I different and scientific way from that usually adopted for tho ; ? cure of Catarrh which, as every medical man knows, Is most ; I difficult to cure. ' ? Catarrh is Inflammation of the membranes of the body. It ! comes In the Throat, Nose, Lungs, Air Passages, Stomach, Liver, 3 17 D ¥? ¥? SEVEN DAYS ff I l ft1 K BK ft TRIAL OUT- t\i js. rn.su kj fit VALl...

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

'THE MIRROR.' SUBSCRIPTION RATES. A WONDERFUL PENNYWORTH. 'The Mirror' already circulates In every State of the Common wealth, and In the country districts, as well as in the cities. Largo numbers of readers will appreciate the convenience of having the paper posted to them. The following are prepaid subscription rates, Including postage: ' Per Quarter. Six Months.' One Year, Delivered by Agents ? 1/1 2/2 4/4 Posted to any part of the Com monwealth ? 1/3 2/6 6/- Ncw Zealand, FIJI, and Cook Island ? 1/8 8/4 6/8 United Kingdom, Egypt, United States, and other countries. . 2/2 4/4 8/8 The following form, duly filled up and sent with appropriate subscription, will ensure prompt attention:— Please, forward 'The Mirror' to me at the under-mentioned address tor a period of ? months, for which I enclose ? Name ? , ? .' ? ;? Address ? ; , ,. Date ? '.......' ? The Publisher, ' The Mirror,' 472 Kent Street, Sydney, 13/11/15.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STATIONERY TRADE. GERMAN PENCILS FOR AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

THE STATIONERY TRADE. u£RMAN PENCILS FOR AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS. (From a Correspondent.) Before the war the Gorman and Austrian firms of Hardtmuth and Faber hold practically the whole of tho Australian pencil trade — not because their pencils wero any better than other mokes, but mainly as tho result of the trade lunacy that obsessed such a large section of our people — that it was 'smarter' to support any other country than their own. They never hooded the prophecy that 'the man who does not support his own country may. somn day have no country to support.' wnen mo crasn came it was iounu mat tne firm of 1.,. und C. Hnrdtmuth, makers of tho Koh-i-noor pencil and agents In tho British Empire for Waterman's fountain pens, were almost wholly an enemy concern. Of the 40,000 shares In the Eng lish company, 30,000 were held by the Hnrdtmuth family (all of them residents of Vienna), whilst tht paltry 100 were in the name of their London mniuiper (L. C. Sloan), who still sells Waterman's pins...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUN SPIES. INDIA AND AMERICA. A WORLD-WIDE ORGANISATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

HUN SPIES. INDIA AND AMERICA. A WORLD-WIDE ORGANISATION. (Special to 'The Mirror.') In previous issues of 'The Mirror' an Imperial secret service agent has given some interesting information with regard to the ramifications of the German spy organisa tion in' Australia. He gave an account of the visit to the Commonwealth of the Mas ter Spy, Stciuhnucr, and of some of his as sociates. Ih this article reference is made to the work of the German organisation in In uxu uuu JAIUuriUil. JJUUl UULUltllUB LUUUU AU»' tralia closely, and it is interesting to note that apparently the work is just as active now as fit any time since tho cominenceme't of the war. LITTLE WILLIE IN INDIA. At the present time wo have in our midst one of Germany's most capable secret service agents. Ho was a personal friend of Stolnhauer, arid met the latter in India just prior to the visit to the. East of the Crown Prince of Germany, . ? When tiio Crown Prince landed at Bombay this man joined his retinue, nnd in fa...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR HUNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

OUR HUNS. (Special to 'The Mirror.') Gisbert Drees, a. German mercantile broker, of 681 Pitt-street, Sydney, is another Hun. that should be placed behind barbed- wire. At a pertain public - place opposite his office, .he has made himself most objectionable. It appears that whenever cer- . tain well-known citizen* enter this' building, Drees endeavors to. pick. up as much of the conversation, as possible. His wife, who lives at 'Amphlon,' Allison-road, Randwlck, ? Is very outspoken in her views as regards the war, and should also bs placed in a safe environment, so that her Insults will fall upon deaf ears. This family were close friends of Heinrlch Haege, who before the war bought large quantities of nickel oro from New Caledonia for tho German Government We have been Informed from the office of his brother, Kerr Hermann Haege, that tho whole family are at tho present tlmo in New York. Herr Heinrlch Haege was at ono time presi dent of the. Gorman Club. Ho was a most dan gerous and b...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITAIN'S NAVAL TRIUMPH. HOW THE SUBMARINES WERE BAGGED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

BRITAIN'S NAVAL TRIUMPH. HOW THE SUBMARINES WERE BAGGED. Britain's great naval secret is no longer a Beeret, for all .the world now knows how she has bagged submarine after submarine until her total captures of German under water craft number nearly 80. The press correspondents who recently visited the Grand Fleet in the North Sea told some thing of the methods employed to sweep the seas 01 tne Jtvaiser's pirates, but it is only » now that details of the schemes are begin ning to come to light. In these depressing ' days it is good to think of the glorious vic tory gained by our Navy in the only sphere, ? outside the Sea of Marmora and the Baltic Sea, in which it has been able to operate. For the first few months- of the blockade ' of the British coast our losses were exceed \ ingly heavy. There were two reasons for ? that. In the first place our means of conx I bating the. submarines were far from per l feet; secondly, Germany had so many sub matkies employed in the one area that w...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FRENCH SEA-SCOUT RETURNING FROM AN EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

A FRENCH SEA-SCOUT RETURNING FROM AN EXPEDITION. Malta is the French naval base in the Mediterranean, having been lent to the allied nation by the British. The picture shows a French torpedo boat ''? ? returning from a scouting expedition. ? -? ? .: ? '. - ' ''.;'. ' ?' '.'

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PRETTY GLIMPSE OF THE WATER-FR[?]NT AT PORT SAID. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

A PRETTY GLIMPSE OF THE WATER-FRCNT AT PORT SAID. ? Th6 beach at Port 8«itl,- which ' has ths' reputation' of being* -the wickedeot^ity-iri tlii -world.'- -' -'?'-;

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE IN THE MIRROR. THE LATEST GOSSIP ON THE BLOCK. The Sock and Buskin' Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

MELBOURNE IN THE MIRROR. THE LATEST GOSSIP ON THE BLOCK. The Sock and Buskin' Brigade!. . As well as play-acting:, there Is always the social side of the Melbourne Report ory Theatre Club, and so it Is that while some of the members go a-buskln' thero nre others who attend to the socks, and knit whole afternoons to the sweet strains of muted fiddles and Italian love Jyrics. Last Friday, Mrs. R. B. Oarrnn ncted ns hostciis, and Cnvaliere Gles was one of the guests of honor. Marshall Lyle, as Kcnlal as ever, coulil hardly hear Jacques Bol for the whispering of so many ladles. Grcgan gleamed near one of the windows, and patriotic needlework surged in grey folds over his feet 'like waves about a light-bouse. Ne.\t month McMuhon will put on 'What the Public Wnnts,' four acts, by Arnold Bennet. The company will In clude, besldea the director himself, Allle Robson, Helton Daniel. Duvld Low, Hugh MeCrnc, Frank Nucmnn, and some others. David Low Is the famous anti-Hun cartoonist; he niukes t...

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. i ^

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. . . Tho Editor of 'The Mirror' will bo pleased to receive for publi cation interesting photographs by both Amateurs and Profes sionals. Payment will be made for photographs accepted; films will, if necessary, be developed free of charge, and originals will bs returned if desired. Snapshots relating to men or event* at the front will be speci ally welcomed.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CORN-COB [?]EIN OF ALEXANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

THE CCRNC9B OrEIN OF ALEXANDRA. ' A corn-cob roaster on the. Harbor 'promenade ' al Alexandria'. , The lady Is ' --i; . tKe tocil variety:6f our peW-nut'yentfonirtThe c^rn-cobs aro roasted in a'. -?& .' --i*;.particufaVtway,*nd'a'r«'^ool-eaupon a» a palatable dainty, -'? -'?? ° . '- \ }

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOONLIGHT CARNIVAL "TO-NIGHT'S THE NIGHT." [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

MOONLIGHT CARNIVAL. 'TO-NIGHT'S THE NIGHT.' A feature of the Allies' Day celebrations will bo the moonlight carnival, which is to take place at tho Sydney Cricket Ground this evening. A special committee has been organising tills display, and ar rangements of a comprehensive nature havo been made. Attractions will be numerous, but the main item of interest will undoubtedly ub luu wcicujiie io me uiigmiurtfc ru crults, who are appearing by courtesy of the military authorities. There will be a parade of fancy dress costumes and sets, In addition to a parade of Illuminated motor-cars and other vehicles. Throughout the evening a cafe chantant will be run continuously, and the prin cipal artists of Sydney will appear on an open-air stage, surrounded by small tables, at which refreshments will bo served. The carnival will conclude with a fireworks display, Including a repre sentation of the 'storming of the Dar danelles.'

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

THE MIRROR OF LABOR. (By P.L.L.) I see no reason why we should not be honest about it. The Referendum has been abandoned, not because the agree ment with tho State Premiers Is a satis factory compromise, but because Mr. Hughes became persuaded that there were grave doubts as to whether it would be carried. ? ? ? Tho State Premiers— five Labor and one rocky Liberal — hud no more power to pledge the Parliaments they do not re pescnt than you or I. ? V. ? It is Inconceivable that the legislatures of each of the six States will pass the pro posed measures, granting, as they would do, enormous powers to the Federal Par liament, without amendment.' And if uny important amendment was mado by any of the States, the difficulties- that would be thus created would be practically In surmountable in the period covered by tho agreement— until twelve months after the war. ? ? ? That the State Premiers have agreed to surrender these powers is not In Itself a matter of surprise- The five Labor Premi...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAREWELLS TO SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

FAREWELLS TO SOLDIERS. Privates Kenneth Reed and James Mer ville, of Hawker, who are shortly leaving for the' front; were farewelled last Sun day night' nt the Hawker Institute by a large number of relatives and friends, and ' were presented with purses of sovereigns. They left for Adelaide en route for the front on Monday, and were given an enthusiastic send-off at the station. Several members of the No. 3 Remount Depot (via Liverpool) who have been seconded for service abroad with the Ex peditionary Unit, were given a farewell dinner at Sargent's Central George street Cafe, last Tuesday evening. The guests of the evening: — R.Q.M-S.D. J. Dowd, P.Q.M.S. J. J. Drummond, Farr. Sergt. H. G. Jay, Farr.-Sergt Jas. Wat son, Farr.-Corpl. L. A. Anderson, Farr. Corp. A. H. Cooper, also Sergt.-Cook V. JJnll, were warmly congratulated upon their good luck in being selected for ser vice, and all spent an enjoyable social evening. It is not generally known that the Depot has put through all the...

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

EXCEPTIONAILY GOOD FOB COXiDS. y] Mr. John \V. Doylr, Secretary of tlio ' Elelit Hour unU Labor Demonstration Oiiiiniittoe, Sydney. wrUIng «n ^'j^^ to' stal'b fhavo found HEAJtS ZSSSKOII mi Lxcoptionally K'-o-l remedy for told- ?- Ita moderate price iinil .Jjf'M'j^j 'J w!rts'r» with large frtmlUe*.. ..KBAHTI ESSSHOS supplloB u Inns-felt want in tin? home.' KBAJPS ESSEWCE Is ob tulnalile ♦from L'nemliUs unit ffhtoics Two SUMtnjw' worth uiukea uiie nlnt of llne^t iiunllty I'ousli and Suru '1 hi oat Itttni6-1y— n.s imiuh us you cun Bit of ordinary mixtures for liu. 15 — IS. ', -, OVER .fl -gsf^f^t SAVE IN i nlHl ^ M*rclv5s «11 6O& AS r ? ^^P^R} * **' pritfs ^^HSBlififfllR^B coupons GOOD SHOT BAKING POWDSB. SIP COFFEE. BLUE LABEL TOMATO SAUCE. FEATHER SELF-RAISING FLOUR. 173 Cash Prizes. FIRST PRIZE ? £15 15 fr SECOND PRIZE ? £10 10 0 THIRD PRIZE ? £5 5 0 TWENTY PRIZES AT ONE GUINEA ? £21 0 0 FIFTY PRIZES AT HALF-A.GUINEA ? £26 5 0 ONE HUNDRED PRIZES AT 5/- EACH ? £25 0 0 £103 1...

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