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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917
' ' t ifiwiai''ww»ffMMgbcggB ?''I'i^is^L'j^iiw jj^ 1 j W I QGet R Bli 1 B From 1 I Your I llHlM.imi.MIHIIWLILiy WUiMWIIIlHI Wl Hini'liiTP1ll»l ?illl—Mi lilt wiiiibihi^mw— !???? iihf m v* ' 1, / »jV ' nowhere more than in food. It is the. f , ' . ,T%J§j hall mark of satisfaction and good | ;'^ health. Wholesome, nutritious dainty Q ;'^| food is what everyone craves for. - ' ' Hj '^ Once the preserve of kings, quality idj ; ' 'A? food is now the right of all who use |j . '-? ' ' ' ' ' M s *? ? B B '? n- ?? 1 ' i Ask your grocer, for a packet to-day, and raj ' -''ti note what a difference Iheie will be in ^| - ^ your cakes, pastry, scones, dumplings, |j| ' '.y-! puddings and home-made bread. Then ffiH ']-, you will realise where quality counts. tjjm . ?, Look for the name on the label. Q - 'A -OOK BOOK FREE. ' H 'i Seiid a penny (tamp and receive free the new ' Sell- '. |n§ ' Vi; raidng Fioui Cook Book.:1 - ? . - ffl ? ..I1 I PB ' ' $? SAVE THE COUPONS. |J £ i Ash your l^aa^g»IJ- Groce...
ABOUT PEOPLE Curious Case of Shell Shock. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917
ABOUT PEOPLE Curious Case of Shell Shock. . . . A curious case of shell shock has been re corded in England. Second Lieutenant Bassoon, who was awarded the Military Cross for gal lantry in the field, wrote to his comtrianding officer protesting against 'the deliberate pro longation of the war by those who had the power to end it.' This was regarded as gross insubordination, .but the authorities attributed the action to temporary loss of balance re sulting from the effects of the young officer's severe 'experiences. There was unanimity ts to his praiseworthy and efficient mUitary ser vice. The Sassoon Family. The bassoon family are well-known in Eng land. They have their origin in Baghdad and -Bombay, and their public services, and philan thropic acts are in keeping with tlie. reputation of most of the leading Jewish families^ both in the East and elsewhere. The late Sir Edward Sassoon was a member- of the House*- of Com mons, where his .dapper figure was familiar for many years.' He...
HOW TO DINE IN COMFORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917
HOW TO »INE IN COMFORT. The vexed question during the Summer months is how to find a cool place to dine. This question has been solved by Messrs. Ray ner and Gartrell, who have, at a cost of £5000, completed the Pavilion Cafe at Circular Quay. Here the diner will be able to sit near wide open casement windows, and enjoy the cool harbor breeze. 'An orchestra uncer the direc tion of Miss Bailey (late of the Wentworth) and Mr.- Knibbs, the well-known 'cellist, ren ders delightful music during all meal hours and at afternoon tea. -There are also beautiful roof gardens, where light refreshments are served ^it all hours. The menu at the Pavilion Cafe is the finest in the city, and at moderate prices. Exceptional success has. attended the new venture since the very first day of opening.
INTERESTING INFORMATION ON MATTERS OF INTEREST MIRROR READERS' OUESTIONS ANSWERED [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917
INTERESTING INFOR MATION . ? : ? ® ? ON MATTERS OF INTEREST MIRROR READERS' OUESTIONS ANSWERED, /. We shall be pleased to answer in this column from week to week, so far as possible, ques tions by readers o£ the Mirror. Correspondents may use a nom-de-plurae, but must give their correct name' and address as. a sign of good' faith. PURE FOOD GUARANTEE. To C. H. Pike (Warm, Q.), who ai-fcs : (1) 'U 1 havo to put a label, 'Guaranteed under the Pure Foods Act,1 / on bottles ol essence' or lemonade, where wonild I havo to net the labels !' (2) 'How could I copyright a label, and what would it cost ?' (1) It-is not compulsory to guarantee fOoOs under the w « w Pni-n VYinilo Apt. hut if a sniiiriiiiteo is di'ljircd application riiould be mnde to the Receiver at tlw Trea- - , sury, Sydney. The pcrton giving the euaranlee must V resident in N.S.W. , or, if a company, must have si registered office in N.S.W. (2) Enquire at tlie Common wealth. Office ot Patents, Commonwealth Bank-buildings, . ...
"PERSONALITY IS EVERYTHING" "GET IT!" MAUD FANE ON PLAYS AND PLAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917
'PERSONALITY IS EVERYTHING ' 'GET IT!' MAUD FANE ON PLAYS AND PLAYERS. Miss Maud Fane is one of the most-travelled of our' younger actresses. ... At this time she is in her twenty-fifth year, and ehe has appeared on the stage in 30 different countries. That comes of being a wandering star of costume comedy.: * . 'I love travel, of course,' says Miss Fane. 'It 'passes the time nnd stimulates the imagina* tion. But I don't want to travel always. You'll laugh, I dare say; but I am quite sin tcic wiicu m. oay nidi my uqaresc urcara is oi a little cosy house in a garden, a little house with books and pictures and'a nursery in it That is what every woman wants in the end, if she' is worth her salt. , ..-'?'-.; THE NEED FOR PERSONALITY. 'I noticed in the Mirror the other day that an actress was talking about the virtue of sin cerity. I have nothing to say against that. But sincerity alone won't do. I have known sincere people who were perfect sticks on the stage. Personality is the great t...
IN THE LIMELIGHT LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. New Shows. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917
[?] ? LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. ' New Shows. .Once more there are to be several changes at Sydney theatres this Saturday. Mr. Man hattan is to have a week at the Criterion be fore replacing You're in Love at Her Majesty's, ?when Kathlcnc MacDonell will appear in I/Aiglon at the Criterion. Very Good Eddie is to be revived at the Palace, and The Beauty Shop will be put on at the- Tivoli. . A- Four- weeks' Season. , Mr. Manhattan will have a four-weeks' sea eon in Sydney, after which the Royal Comic Opera Company, now in New Zealand, will re turn to Her Majesty's, and rehearsals will be in full swing for the next pantomime, Dick Whit tington. By the bye, Mr. Charles Wenman has produced Mr. Manhattan, Minnie Everett has, as usual, supervised the dances and ballets, and Mr. George Upward has been responsible for the scenery. ' :. Some of the Principals. Miss, Ethel Cadman, who' takes the part of Evelyn in the new musical comedy, has been much benefited by her rest. Arthur Stig...
Through the Eyes of a Woman :: :: THE WEEK'S GOSSIP A Military Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 27 October 1917
Through the Byes v of- a Woman :: :: THE WEEK'S GOSSIP A Military Wedding. Ljeut. Harold Price, of the Royal Artillery, ?and an old Annac.wlio has been invalided to Sydney, was married at the Great Synagogue on Tuesday evening to Miss Rose Alexander, of Waverlcy. The bride's bouquet was presented by her fellow-workers at the War Chest Flower Shop. The decorations at the reception were carried out in red and blue—the Artillery colors. Lieut. Price is a son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Price, of Gunncdah and Darling Point. A Fair Flier. Miss Enid James, daughter oi im.i»«u«« for Education, had her first experience in fly ing at Windsor last week. Miss James went up with Ljcut Stutt, instructor at the Richmond Aviation School, and was the first Australian passenger to loop the loop in this country. They flew towards Katoomba, and were about an hour in the air. Miss James much enjoyed her experience, and was not at all nervous, ex cept when looping the loop, and the seat swung as the machine turn...
THE MIRROR of SPORT HOUSE, FOOT, AND MARINE- Nearly 200 Cup Winners. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917
Mii?i?op°/5poi^ HORSE, FOOT, AND MARINE -By O ur Corrcapondonts. Nearly 200 Cup Winners. Notwithstanding that the better part of 200 horses were deemed capable, on entry day, of lifting this year's Melbourne Cup, little more than 10 per cent, of them will be entrusted with iriders. And most of us would probably regard the presence of about 50 per cent, of those as aa infliction. No doubt the honor of seeing their colors carried in such an important event appeals to some owners ; but that is all they can expect out of it. I A Bully in the Field. ft In many respects it is a good thing that tne I starters will not number more than 20 or there - I abouts, for the bigger the field the greater the I possibility of good horses being affected in I running. No doubt the presence of the imported ' Lanius has frightened a fair number out, and the big stick that he wields in the market is in that respect a virtue. Whether he wins or not he will be entitled to a page in history for that. Can Lan...
IN THE LIMELIGHT Mr. Manhattan. LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917
[?] LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. Mr. Manhattan. Mr. Manhattan, produced at the Criterion last .Saturday, and to move to Her Majesty's this, is scarcely serious enough to be classed as musical comedy. It is musical whimsy in a hun dred scintillating kinks. |The only American part in it is played by the only American in the cast That iu Mr. Louis Kimball. He is as tonishingly apt and clever. With a fine sense of humor he combines an excellent gift of stage craft. - His enunciation is winsomely good. He succeeds in being outrageously funny because he never arbitrarily forces the fun. His song, When You're All Dressed Up and No Place to Go was admirably sung and frequently encored. The Shining Star. Next to Mr. Kimball, Miss Maggie Dickinson Is the shining star of this affair. She acts, without any pretension, quite naturally and blithely. She is lively as a gnome, and grace-, ful as a sylph. Her dancing is once again a positive a unvarying delight, and she is another instance o...
NEWS PROM ALL SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917
NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES. .'.'' There is an art in falling as in jumping or anything else. The art of falling correctly so that there will not be any broken bones as a result has been developed to a high degree by the Camille Trio of comedy acrobats, who are appearing . at the Tivoli. . ..The three expert gymnasts by their daring and laugh-provoking 6tunts are keeping T«voH audiences in consider able suspense during their act. Because oE the dangerous antics which they go through the audiences have expected almost momentarily to see one or more of them' firoalr an arm' i»'-r *.- neck. 'It is all in knowing how,' said C. Camille. ?'Some of the falls we make during our act would kill an ordinary person not versed in the art of falling.' The act of the Camille Trio has won fame in Europe and America as being one of the best of its kind in existence. « * * .Joe Reed (who was at the Tivoli) served in the South African war with the British forces. This artist was fulfilling an engagement in ...
WRITE TO THE MIRROR ABOUT IT A HUN ESTABLISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917
lWRm-THEf Mii?r?or?t [ABOUT 'IV A HUN ESTABLISHMENT. Mountaineer i 'In ouo of tin- IiIk |iuU-U~i--tronl*«ti ly lending volltlelutu.- ul| llw Idtehtm »Uff U Uwmau. I miii nut ».iylii(f tlmy ure not uaturalM, (bough I am aafo In M)ln|f wine of ilium, arc ;utimr jH'opKt who camiofc 'IK-ak any of lh« tleU'ttvd Kiurflik luiitttutfo. Omi of tho coukn-tg it (Jorum n wllli iironoutioHl utitl UrltlnU uotlemt. Jn the kitchtit Uurmau U the lunjjuniic. Tho l««d of tlia place l« tiid to l-« a BwU'limim-auJ lie rimy be. It In a pity bo duej nut employ tilt own countrymen. And a Wgkvr pity th-t nny Of our |*oplc patronise bis Hun-run place/' MOTHERS* MONEY. Widow : 'U It pomIIjIo to got wmo attrratlou of tha law— it could I* dona by military regulation in UiU cue— under which a man who lias not Ukru any intcrcJt in li)« children from tho time the youngest, was able to walk, and lu» left to their -k-sertrd mother tlio hard Jask ot rearing and educating them, cm claim the deferred pay of soldier lad...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917
WATTAWA HEIGHTS ESTATE. . TODAY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, AT 3 P.M., ON THE GROUND. . ... 185 Magnificent, Roomy, Elivated HOME SITES, from J-acrc to J-acre in extent, and 6 large blocks of 1 to 25 acrss. Soil of the greatest fertility, outlook one of the finest in the district, surroundings of cottages, houses, with gardens, orchard9 and poultry runs. Trains leave Central Station at 1.0, 1.15, 1.30, 1.45. Free Motors from Station to Sale. Plans on application at our office, 84B PITT STREET. ??;- ;? : BARGO . : .?: ; ?' - , Chief Station and Township on the new deviation ofj the Southern Xine, between Picton and Mittagong. It is 06 miles from Sydney, and 1120 feet above sea level. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, at 3 p.m., on the Ground. _ The HAWTHORNE ESTATE, consisting of 35 Home Bloolts of.i to f.mac, 28 aero blocks, and 80 Farmlcts of 8 to 30 acres. 'I he home Bites lie oppose t'no Hnc-somo of them opposite the station gates. . . . - ft comprises some of the beet agricultural land in the S...
THE TALK OF THE TOWN Mr. Holman. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917
^-o^ifyy^ DTTATLERo Mr. Holman. I was present at the luncheon to Mr. Hoi man on Thursday. To many like myself his speech was one of the most lucid analyses of the war position which we have heard in Aus * tralta recently. A little halting at first, the Premier spoke with great vigor and his cus tomary fluency towards the end. I was parti cularly interested in his statement that the Ger man submarine campaign had been met, not so much by destroying the U boats, but by avoid ing them. Mr. Holman looks remarkably well as a result of his trip. Senator Pcarjce'fl Speech. We have had our full share of speeches by ? politicians this week, and Senator Pcarce's ad dress at the Town Hall on Wednesday had been anticipated with much interest. The Minister for Defence spoke well, but obviously be was handicapped in the same way as Mr. Hughes when he first came back from England in not being able to say exactly what he thought. The New Conscription Campaign. Tho remarkable feature about Wednesday...
NOT FOR FEEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917
NOT 1'Olt lfl'EL. Id one of the rnin'pe Die l-o.v«. ran very tliort of fmT, nny anything thut .would burn and give out htiit tvw Finivclled for the ilrrpluM.1*, An odlcvr m: n ootipU' ol the chu]-s inukltig- oil with a hlg case wliivli -lind Urn stmiclllitf outride the dour of the; (rut of the CO. 'Wm.'n\.v' troln* with that t' he demanded. 'Oh. this old veii-iKX,' raid one of the pair ',' 'wo're carting it awny.' 'BriiiR It back I' ttellowrd the olliitr i 'tliat'a the roll-top dcric ol the ttaH.'
HE WOULD HAVE FLEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917
HE WOULD HAVE, FLEW. Id camp, after one of the Hun-yiridlnj; ruthes over the parapet*, the boys were talking ol (heir experiences of the day. One lutd come in with' a huge German an the prize of his bayonet, and was questioned. 'Was lie scared r' enquired a cobber of' the treiich. 'He ?wan.' 'Did he run V' ??? 'Hun 1' echoed the prize taker. 'By Gee I be did. Look— if that bloke 'ad 'ad a tingle leather in 'is 'and '«'d 'ave flew.'