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A SUCCESSFUL ACTOR [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917

A SUCCESSFUL ACTOR Louis Kimball, who has made such a success in Mr. Manhattan, the musical comedy which will com mence at the Criterion to-day t (Saturday) -

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917

CoininoPmltl»A3Battfe''SiMtoIia BEAD OKM& , ^*»W*°B-^ BYDNKY. rorpa'. General Banking Business „&&?*. - Cities *nd Towns of Australia, London, Tldworth (Salisbury Plain). »nd Rabaul. Cable remlttititti uisds to. snd dratU drawn on forelra placet direct Forrltn bills Bctetlntw »nd tclleitcd. Letters o( credit Issuwl to »ny part ol 'ie world. BmUltiE »nif Bttrhsnx* Builntm of trerjr description transacted wllliln the Common wealth, Untied Klnp!»m and abroad. Currtnt accounts oi-rard. lnttre * paid on Died drpailts. Advances made ajaintt approved ?ecurltln. Savings Bank Department «, Minimum At all Dr«npho», and ovor \ lH^SS?,!.— 3% 1/- Deposit 96OO *sTQ*elo» »t Pooi Offlcob p0P ?'5£!r?,1 ? *wuw in Auotroiia and Papua, up to 9S3OO INTERSTATE and INTERNATIONAL Bavloca lUiik Facilities. ' JAUM KBtU D«p«tr ni-»tr»i-r. /.». 1SH ? 11KXIB0X 1HLLKH. «ti»nw»_J '' The Commercial Banking Company established iEsi.\( of Sydney Limited , , '* ? tfANTAL J'AID UP ? .. .. .. £2...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917

Jn/Jx\ **''? / \.\ FEATURING - #\^Y y^\ THE WORLD-FAMOUS ACTOR K^f|t% H.R. ROBERTS :, i—J^T^.,,,,^, ! ^ ^ THE REV* FATHER SHANNON - Dealing with the ever burning and perplexing questions. Do you believe in mixed marriages? - Has a father a right to separate his daughter from the man she loves because he did .not believe in mixed marriages? Should a girl give up the man she loves because of his. religion? COMMENCING MONDAY NEXT CONTINUOUS ALHAMBRA THEATRE This Picture must not be.confused with the Picture or Play, The Monk and the Woman WAR IN THE AIR. SEE TH_ WINGS OF THE ARMY IN ACTIC I, BOMB DROPPING AND RAIDING, TEN THOUSAND FEET ABOVE THE GERMAN TRENCHES. PICTURES TAKEN ACTUAL^.'/ FROM THE OBSERVER'S SEAT ON THE 'PLANE. * See 'the Australian Troops fighting around Baupaume, and the Battles of Le Sars and Courcelette, with the men, the guns, and the tanks struggling, smashing, and breaking down the. Hun. THE SECOND COMMONWEALTH GOVERNMENT SERIES OF WAV OFFICE PICTURES. 'SONS -OF ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
At the Movies THE FILM REVIEW New Repatriation Films. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917

At the Movies THE FILM REVIEW .New Repatriation -Films. ? i.The new series of Repatriation, films pur chased by the Federal Government on behalf of the Repatriation Fund -vwill commence' a -\eeason at the Theatre Royal to-morrow (Satur ' «j«»y)- The activities of the Australians in ana around Bspaume are pictured imseries of ac ~ tual fighting in which they face the Germans in company with the wonderful Tanks and the courageous French and British soldiers. ?'.. Aerial ,' nights provide innumerable thrills, and-fn one instance an aviator's flight is pictured from the 'plane itself, and the camera has recorded the spiral descent from a height of over 10,000 feet to the earth at a speed bordering on the seventy miles an hour mark. A' Wild One. -' Golden Rule* Kate is a thrilling- production that stars Louise Glaum. 'The heroine wears knee-length skirts, a slouch hat, and an auto matic at her hip, so it is easy to guess that the scenes of the picture are saloons and dance halls. And Kat...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917

PILES. For all forms of Ilectal Irritation, Protruding; or Bleeding Piles, our. Combined I'ilo Treatment has no equal. Never falls to give -relief, and has cured sufferers of many years. When every other remedy fails, send 10/8 for month's tupfrty. May be used h'y either sex. A lady writes:— Your remedy i9 truly wonderful. My husband is delighted with' result, all tenderness and ' burning having quite diropnenrcd. LADIES' COLLEGE OF» HKALTH, 54 O- ford-street, SYDNEY. Establidird 20 .vwira. ? Printed nnd ? publisher] by Claude Gordon Corbott, ol l&telle, I'enkiviUstrcct, Hondi, for I he Globe News liapcr Company, lamitnl. at the office of th« Company, 130-138 Curtlrrcngli-ctreet, Syilnev, October 27, ]H17. ' ' .

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MIRROR OF SPORT HORSE, FOOT, AND MARINE Bronzetti's Cup. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917

i 'T' Ift' P. ^— ~ HORSE, FOOT, AMD MARINE— By Our Correspondents. Bronzetti's Cup. Melbourne folk will tell you that Chrome was unlucky to lose the Caulficld Cup. He wasn't. - Melbourne folk don't know the finish Brpncetti can put up if occasion demands it The occa sion did not demand it last Saturday. Indeed, all he had to do was to keep moving along ahead of Chrome, doing all he. knew, over the last' half-furlong or more. Chrome never had a chance of passing the ' winner, and did not extend Bronzctti into his best effort. With all ins /.iu uronicin iouks a nne piace investment in the Melbourne Cup. And plenty of Sydney , .Eiders have gone a step f»nhKc and backed him straightout. ? . Books Hit .,1 If all one can hear is. true there is a parlous \\ time ahead for somebody unless well-backed horses form themselves into a go-slow ? union I on behalf^ of the oppressed bookmaker.- It is I not the matter of an isolated layer being in I trouble, but several arc regarded as being in 'it ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917

1W@LI THEATEE FROM 6CTOBEB'-27 UA-HRY JUOKAKDS1 TIVOLI THEATRES, LTD. GOVERNING DIRECTOR, HUGH D; MdNTOSH. THE CUTEST COMEDY CONCEIVED. tPmfif? Real human c°medy cut to the bone. A glimpse of the battlefield where M. mflfl-i JJ0'16!] meet and clash Persistently in the biggest fight that woman knows. New light on the old conflict between venal beauty and modest virtue. The BUI? A WTTPW playlet is all the more true and convincing because there are no JyUCjiiiklU fl H men. acting in it. The men arc behind the scenes, the driving motives of all the action. There is the one man concerned, a S^wtrt/g^nmi successful senator in the toils of a questing syren. And there are the £^j|Ji.^PJir other men who chase little manicurists and such humble prey. - And 9~y ji&m*w i& there are the manicurists who weave romance from the chase. DIVERTING- COMPANY VAUDEVILLE STARS IN ADDITION. . * ?'.-.' NIEMAN AND K-ENNEDY Smart Comedians. JOSEPH BLASCHECK, : . And. ALYCE AUSTIN. And Others. ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917

WE KNOW BY LONG EXPERIENCE JU8T WHAT SMOKERS MOST i HIGHLY APPRECIATE — HERE A FEW OP OUR LEADING LINES. 8 SUNOL TOBACCO, highest grade Vir ? ffiuiuii, natural aroma; awarded 4 (fold intduls. I Dark or light. 1'lue und cut. Sample 2«z pkt I 3Jd (pout free), or a pound (I/O (post free}. 1 8WEET CROP SMOKING MIXTURE, a Hindu in England; really Oilijjlitful. Noted fur I its rare excellence, tnihtlc cliurm, and cxqulttitc I flavor. Put up in liennetically-H-aled tin', con ? ' tniniiiB IJior, 1/1 (port free), or 8 Una 8/8 (past I OLD COLONIST TOBACCO, something 1 unique in tobacco manufacture. It lias a fafel H natiiiK flavor and aroma, and Ik highly recom- . ? mended to pifw; and cigarette smokers wlio desire I a cool and soothing tobacco, l'ut up in pocket ? tini contaliiinjr 2or. 3/ (post free). I METAL CIGARETTE CASES, nickel 3 finish, with huntiiiK wene nn ftoul; albo in plain ? gunmetal ilnidi, 1/ (port free). 6WEET CROP CIGARETTEG, nmd« In . /4 England. Famed for their pirating ir...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOMETHING NEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917

SOMETHING NEW. ' ; ' Lovers of the seductive cigarette, those , of 'jigj you who love to sit with half-closed eyes and T$ watch the dainty ringlets of smoki curling - v| upward, there is a way to enhance your enjoy- '„';* ment a hundredfold. Try a packet of Sweet ,/g Crop cigarettes, made in England and famed Jb£ for their pleasing fragrance and delightful '*M aroma. Sold in boxes containing nine cigar- ''iWj ettes for 6d at Mick Simmons'^Haymarket, Syd- '?'?$ jrcecKitt s Diue man, wno lately otea in £,ng- -r*v land, left a fortune of over a million, made, in '$ the main, by advertising. His will provided ,yjj for the distribution of £20,000- among charities. ^ This information is for, the benefit of the man '4 who does not advertise — and therefore will die *J$ worth not a million, to the loss of the charities , 3' of his native State. , flj

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOB FITZSIMMONS SOME NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917

BOB F1TZS1MMONS SOME NOTES AND COMMENTS. The cabled news of the death of the Cornish Australian, Robert Fitzsimmons, came as a surprise to sportsmen in this State. First, we had it that he was ill, a'nd next that he was dead. There was small breaking of the news. ;. Fitzsimmons had long since ceased to be in terested in the country which' permitted him -to earn a living as a blacksmith's striker, and pick up a few odd shillings — the purses in his days in the local P.R. did not run to pounds except on rare occasions. He naturalised In the United 'States, and became a free and in dependent citizen of the great Republic. It would be absurd to say Australia misses him. As a pugilist he was not a national asset. Had he remained and followed his calling of smith, and established a. great business— as he might have — and become a large employer, who added to the wealth of the State by the con version of raw material to manufactured goods, and distributed his profits, and paid largely in i...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY GOSSIP NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES Fossil at Orange. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917

COUNTRY GOSSIP ? ? _ -B ? ? NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES ? ; By HAYSEED. Fossil at Orange. A miner, from Reedy Creek, in the Orange 'country of N.S.W., *as discovered the fos silised jawbone of a prerhistoric. animal. This was found in the sandstone, at a depth of 100 feet, and is in a good state of preservation. ? Our learned contemporary, the Orange Leader, says : 'The fossil, srpparently, belongs, to the labyrinthodonta, a genus of very large fossil amphibians of the Triassic period.' And we- are disposed to let it goat that. Soldier Shot by Pea-rifle. ( Comn*f C^nninox r\t \]Osicroa. r^rpntitr r^HlrtlMi from the front, should not have been wounded again— at home. lie has been. . On a trip to Tumut he had 'taken a pea-rifle, which was in the bottom of the sulky. The weapon dis lodged its charge, which passed through the left, hand of the soldier, and furrowed a track down his face. The injuries necessitated his treatment in the , Tumut Hospital, to which he was admitted. Sleepers on the...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WADDLES THE WAITER HAS A BRILLIANT IDEA FOR A HOT DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917

1| - WADDLES THE WAITER HAS A BRILLIANT IDEA FOR A HOTDAY. 1. .'My appetite has qnlle gone, Waddles.. It's too hot to eat to-dayr,'^ panted Mr. Fat boy, the best customer Sisaoles* Restaurant ever had. 'Dear dear ! We may as well: shut tip shop if things go on like this,' .??'?' thonght Waddles;, the -waiter. What's to be r done?' 2. Then our cheery old food purveyor slithered downstairs to the kitchen. 'I've got it I' he chirruped. 'Help me up -with this block of ice, chef 1 This is the ticket T, .3. 'What you 'want is a nice cold chain sir,' tootled bur waiter, as he started to cut one out of the solid block of frozen water. 'I won't keep yon half a jiff, sir 1' 4. And our jolly old sculptor worked with such a will that he soon had the 'snice ice chair completed. It was wonderful how quickly the customer's appetite revived. Look at the tray ! And that's only a snack to go on with- Gee whiz 1 ? ? : ? ' I*

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GRAND ADVENTURES OF BRUMBY BILLY, CORNSTALK CHARLIE, AND BONZER, THE REGIMENTAL MASCOT IX.—BONZER STRAFES THE KAISER IN A NEW STUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917

THE GRAND ADVENTURES OF BRUMBY BILLY, CORNSTALK CHARLIE, AND BONZER, THE REGIMENTAL MASCOT DL— BONZER STRAFES THE KAISER IN A NEW STUNT.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917

?: S ARGENTS f^lES - - whSeso^ .'. .?-?????? ?? ? .?????' p--s-T .';?:;]-?-. ? FRESH ? ? -

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUDGE AND PARTIES IN THE GUIOT DIVORCE CASE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917

JUDGE AND PARTIES IN THE QUIOT DIVORCE CASE (1) Mr. Justice Gordon, who granted a decree niBi in the Guiot Divorce Case on Tuesday, pliotograpneu -11 ...„ ..„, ._ ,...„ ^Uurc (2) Colonel Lenehan, the corespon dent (3) Mrs. Guiot. (4) M. Guiot, with his solicitor, leaving the Court after the judgment. ?' . 1 HEALTHY, HAPPY SCHOLARS AT A WELL-KNOWN SCHOOL 1 I - . ...' a - . r view of th«. school building. 0) Senior girls' class at the Randwick Public School. (3)- Seve«th and eighth boy8' classes. (4) Intents' CW CHILDREN'S BALL FOR AN EXCELLENT INSTITUTION ' . .???.???. - . -v .'.? ?;';;::.;. ?'.'; :. %;? . ? * ' -: Snapshots taken at the Juvenile Ball in aid of the Voluntary Workers' Cafe last Saturday. (1) Some of the costumes. (2) and M Mi=c tt,,,,,.'- r- s ', ' '????? , ? (reading from lefe to rightyV., Miss Porrie;!Ward;.MadamShimizu, and' Mrs. Hugh D. Mclntosh. *'rees- Cupids.. (3) Judges ..

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUSINESS EDUCATION FREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917

BUSINESS EDUCATION FREE. Stott's Business College. Scholarship exami nation will be held at 70 FGtt-street next Satur day, November, 3. This is an opportunity which entitles, the ^winner to a free 12 months' complete business course, value £21. ? ' Girls between the ages of 16 and 18 years are eligible to enter. Subjects are English* ?'' ^j-!ihin-ific. Qualifying certificate stan 'i... ?. Intending candidates are invited to call I .,r write for entry form -as early as possible, ' '' .*??? V'.'-'^J - ...- -.-.'?*-'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR BUSY FINGERS A NECKLACE OF FLOWERS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917

FOR BUSY FINGERS A NECKLACE OF, FLOWERS -. Tlie dainty floral nccldaces that you Bee on this page consist of little crochtod flowers, arranged in a design and connected Ity lirUe bend chains. Bcadi of different colorg sod sizci! can be used In the «moc pcckloce with very pretty effects, fiiiriply-mado flowers, *uch us daisies, wild rosos and violets are the best for tho. purpose, and an effective design can lie made by simply connecting flowers together in a row t-y a clinin of three or four beads from jjctal to petal. The flowers need not continue the whole length of the necklace, hb a plain cliiln of beads Mch tide will do for the liack part. A little chain consisting of two or three small heads, cndjng in a large bead or pearl, uhould ibc hung from 4ho,.baBe petal o[ each flower. To make a wild-rose commence . 'With 8 chain, . join into a ring ; ? 4 chain, 2 long ^trtule.. into . ring ; '4 chain, Blip-stitch into ring. This forma one petal ; repeat from ?- 4 times, making 6 petal...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUTUAL HELP BUREAU A DRINK FOR HOT DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917

MUTUAL HELP BUREAU A D1UNK FOR HOT DAYS. Next time you want to make a rcallv delicious drink -Jo try lemon squaBh. It is both refreshing and whole some, and though people pay id for it at a restaurant, made at home it is much cheaper— not at SU an extravagance occasionally. 9lcquircd : One lemon two— more or less— teaspoonfjuls of castor sugar, half-a-pint of sodawater, a little chipped ice. Put some pieces of dripped' ice in a large tumbler, add the -strained juice, of the lemon and the sugar, fill' up the glass about two-thirds with- the ebdawatcr,. and stand 'until chilled. Then fill to the top with more soda - water to fizz it nicely,- and: serre at once, ? J AM Sl'UNGK HIKT. ?Whcii making.a jam: sponge -add a mtle liot 'water, after ? beating in the eggs. This makes the sponge lighter and, superior in, every, 'way. TO OLEAiN BBONZE. ' Make the article verj- hot by putting' in boiling water, then clean rwell -with: a flannel dipped In soapsuds, and rub dry and polish with a cham...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOME DRESSMAKING A BATHING SUIT [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917

HOME DRESSMAKING A BATHING SUIT Now that the warm weather is at hand, I feel Ssurc a bathing suit pattern will be welcomed by many ' readers. I have chosen a neat, simple costume, cut ? with a square neck, with or without sleeves, and drawn in at the waist by a belt of girdle. ' Stockinette , seems to b'e the most popular material for swimming gowns; It is very liirht and does not hold the water like the closely woven ones. For a beach gown alpaca is advisable. It makes up well, especially in dark shades with contrasting material as fac ings. TU-B l»ATTEH3t is in wen pieces— yoke, /rout antf tsiclt, nMrt front and back, Wooidctj, guatct, and sleeve. ' METHOD OK MAKING.— Trj1 on 'pattern before cutting ? lint, and allow turninsu, if necessary.. Join up. thu poke and gather top of nUirt, casing the pieces to fit lie yoke Join 'side Ewms and fare in (lie fronta. Try «n ind tack up liem to tile required length. Cut cut Hie jolic at the neck to tlic required depth, boU. l«ck and front, f...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917

I FR£E m. ?? Every woman whose health .Is- causing nHL her anxiety.' is invited to write for a copy ||g; of our new Booklet %of valuable infonna iij8a&- tion, whkbv should be in every borne. Send $»?,,; 84 for postage to Dept T.M., Ladies? Col Wfflt£\ lege oi Health,, 54 Oxford Street. Sydney. ift^' '1511 I? €5 CUKEO IN Hfe. irlljJClS) 3 ©AYS.-' . MEw-11 A Gcnticijian having cured himself afthv jcim of Xxkk' Buffering, will 'gladly M'rid am one a FJIEE copy or j|SBsi'r cure by- enclosing nu aJdresreil envelope to mm- Q- WOOD, Box S97, G.P.O., JiyHuey. ffi&jLl . (Ingicdienti- in every home.). fiSBKfs* . '' THE WINNER. He won the Two Hundred Yards Handicap, And the people wondered why ; He'd, beaten all the champions, This stranger so quiet and shy. ?I'll let you into the secret, Indeed it is no myth, - They used quack, remedies, for their feet ; He used nothing else but BIFF. Chemists and Stores, 1/6 and 4/.— ♦ (. ( ___ ; . Chance of a Lifetime Until things adjust the...

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