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

THE Pure Alcoholic : Beverage

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

TIVOLI THEATRE— ''SE- Governlna Director, H. D. MclNTOSH TIVOLI FOLLIES COMING SOON. ? TIVOLI FOLLIES COM I NG SOON. LEE HARRISON & DAVID JONES, In an original absurdity, 'Nonsensical Nonsense?.' COY DE TRICKEY, Tho Cinnamon Girl. J. and M. HARKINS, In Littlo Hits of Musical Comedy Nonsense NOLAN and NOLAN, Comedy Jusslcrs. MORRIS GOLDEN, The Yldillo on the Fiddle. ANNIE KENT, Comedienne. HAZEL MORAN, Champion Itopo Thrower. WALTER JAMES, The Merry Idler. THE PAYOLAS, Classical Athletes. VAUDE and VERNE, Patter Comedians. HERBERT WINTER, Droll Comedian. STAFFORD A CO., In the Hunter's Game. PRICES AS USUAL. Plan at Nicholson's and TIvoll. 'Phone 962* for Reserves. Children Hnlf-prlco Friday Nights and Matinees. ? NEXT SHTURDHY'S ' MIRROR' F©R BEST API6TURES OF THE WEEK. _?-'.. ? ?. 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

SKIN DISEASES AND OLD WOUNDS. Nothing is so distressing as an irrlt- ' able skin disease, yet this can be avoided by a few applications of ordinnry Horazel Ointment, which will bring tlio skin to its natural healthy condition and keep it so. This Ointment is so penetrating that It goes right down to the root and eradi cates the cause of the trouble; It will stop the irritation and subduo the inflamma tion at once, and build up healthy skin tissue. For Eczema, Psoriasis, Acne, Ulcers, Bad Legs, Old and Chronic Sores, Pimples, Blotches, Cuts, Sores, and all bad dis eases of the skin, there Is nothing better. Headers can obtain Borazel Ointment from any chemist, or it may be had from Washington H. Soul and all Pattlnson's Drug Stores, Sydney. The price is 2/-, 2d. extra for postage.* EAU-DE-COLOGNE. Discriminating wo- IIFnT*Tlfa' men who use only waft f refined perfumes Hrl' L favor Tardtey's — ? IVJIl ' the genuine British fiwSf S Kau-dc-Cologne. Its rf$^^^®Sifc fragrance lingers. /!,...

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." A Notable First Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

&/11&5 JLilllikrll^Ill THE LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY 'SUZANNE.' A Notable First Night. ? The most important event of the week, I theatrically speaking, will be the opening I of 'Kick In' at Her Majesty's this even 1 Ing. The cast of the new drama includes | many of the clever company which scored I such a success with 'The Man Who | Stayed at Home,' with other notable ad 5 dltions, Including Hiss Maggie Moore. r ? ? ? I 'Kick In' Is described as a 'crook' I play. In Australian vernacular the title ? sounds scarcely complimentary. As a I matter of fact, It deals with the crooked ? Bide of life In New York, and much of the I language is the Blang- of the slums- of that I great city. It has for Its main theme the | experiences of a 'crook,' who has re I formed. Said crook, who suffers from I the name of 'Chick,' has taken unto him I self a wife, and in the joy of his new I possession, decides to run straight He I finds himself closely bound in the cam- j g- aradcrle o...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHO SHALL BE QUEEN OF ALLIES' DAY? POLLING CLOSES THIS EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

WHO SHALL BE QUEEN OF ALLIES DAY? POLLING CLOSES THIS EVENING. The 'Queen of the ? Allies' election, which has been attracting a grout deal of interest during the paBt month, will reach its culminating point to-ntght, when tho result of the keenly-contested com petition will be made known. The inno vation has proved an exceedingly popular one, and has been rcponslblo for obtaining a large Bum of money for the fund. Voting for the election will finish to-day, and ballot-boxes at present In uso will be cleared for the last time at 4 p.m. Central boxes, In which votes may be polled up till 10 p.m., will bo placed at Eldon Chambers, 92B Pitt-street, the ves tibule of Her Majesty's Theatre, the Com mercial Travellers' Club, the Masonic Club, the A.B.C., Pitt-street, and the Syd ney Cricket Ground. Cars aro to be pro vided for tho candidates and their com mittees on Saturday evening, and it is hoped that all candidates will take part so that tho opportunity for vote selling made be mado t...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE COO-EES' LEADER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

THE OOO-EES' LEADER. Captain Hitchent, leader of the 'Coo-ees,' retting by the way 1 ?ids.

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

ONE RESULT OF THE BEER STRIKE. A Cool Drink at the G.P.O. I,,,,,,,,,,, ? - , - * ?

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

? ' THE NORTON DIVORCE CASE. Mrs. Jane Norton leaving the court with her Counsel, Mr. R. Windeyer. Mrs. Norton obtained a judicial separation.

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

;» TTAVE YOU been handicapped for years by many pounds of excrss weight? Has -»?-?- your life been'mlsoruble more or Ies3 because of the excess weight you carry around with you? ' too you know how dnngerons to your health your obeso Btato Is? Would, yoijTlike to be forever free of your excess burden? Did you'kiio«* that ' TI-SARKIN ' positively reduces excess weight rapidly rind permanently until a normal figure Is assured? Won't you let us send you scores * of grateful' letters like the following nncl prove to you that not only does ' TI-SAKKIN ' reduce weight permanently but Its use entails no risk to the general health, and leaves no unpleasant or harmful after-effects? ,,.. I READ THESE GRATEFUL LETTERS: [ Manager, Watworth Co. Warrnambool, Vic. Dear Sir,— Since your 'Tl-Sarltln ' reduced my weight to normal my heart and breathing- havo ' mneli Improved andl.am In better health generally. I will always..- y rocminenO, ' Tl-Sarkln.'— Yours faithfully, EDITH HUBERTS. Manager, Watw...

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

Any Boy Who Wants to Earn Money— outside of school hours, and who needs a Watch, Camera, or other sort of useful article which every boy wants, is asked to write to us. We will then send full particulars of what we want boys to do for us, and what money and prizes we give them in return for their spare time. Address your letter: Circulation Department, I £lJCi Mlli&iOTM, 472 KENT-STREET, SYDNEY.

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

CONVERSATION. Conversation is the most beau tiful art in the world. It is the art which depends on no medium but itcelf, and it will flourish equally woll in the poorest or richest sur roundings. And yet it is the most neglected of all arts. It is particu larly, nealected bv woman, whn ought to study and cultivate it as they would some rare flower for their gardens. Do you wish to learn - to talk? Learn first to listen, sec ond to think, and, thirdly, realise that the art of conversation has a technique that can only be mastered with careful study. The dullest people may become good eonver . sationalists by saying nothing at tho right time, thus turning themselves into bridges over which the conver sation of the brilliant can gallop into the Elyeian Fields. Do you wish to be a good conversationalist? Then Icrrn at once to listen.

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

CRICKET. Sydney Grade Cricket. On Saturday last the third round of Grade matches was completed In glorious weather. Great improvement was dis played by batsmen, who scored 700 more runs than In the first round. ? ? ' e The Successful Clubs. -In all six games a definite result was arrived at. Western Suburbs, the pre miers, won their first match this season, Sydney being defeated outright by eight wickets. WavcrleV also ? beat . Potersham outright alter declaring. Gordon, Pad dlngton, Balmaln, and University were the other victors. ' . ? ? '? ? .: Individual. 8ucceue». There were many Individual batting successes, and as a consequence, the bowl ers had a lean time. Warren Bardsley followed up his 114 not out with 70 run out, so that the Balmuln trundlers had no easy task. However, even this flno double did not bring victory to Glebe. www Another excellent batting performance was Norman Callaway's 71 and 73 for Waverley against Petershnm. In the pre vious round these two teams met, an...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Thwugh the Eyes of a Woman Everyone Should Read Saturday's "Mirror. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 13 November 1915

[?] Everyone Should Read Saturday's 'Mirror.' [?] A woman1! fancy channel like Ihe iky, - ,1 Her roving iboucht it filed on Ihtl or Ihii, Bui Id the mirror of her rcitlc. eye . Slie calclici all that men are wont to mtti. The Coming of the Crinoline. Some women nro evidently determined to 'bring in the crinoline.' I saw with my own eyes at the Hotel Australia one even Ins last week a dress which was the best I advance agent for the 'blrdcago' frock [ that I have met since the days of my very early childhood. It was so short that I blushed for the wearer, who was beyond it— so wide, that the male escort who accompanied the daring lady who was in side It looked like some little bird beside her. The gown was of pale pink taf fetas, the edges piped- with hands of the Bilk, and judging by Its circumference it must have, been fully 'ten yards round. When the wearer walked she could have, without the least difficulty, spun herself like a top — in which case she would have occupied the enti...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRAPHIC NARRATIVE OF THE FAMOUS LANDING AT GABA TEPE. TOLD BY A CORPORAL OF THE 3RD BATTALION, WHO WAS ONE OF THE MEN WHO WON THROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915

GRAPHIC NARRATIVE OF THE FAMOUS LANDING AT GABA TEPE. TOLD BY A CORPORAL OF THE 3RD BATTALION WHO WAS ONE OF THE MEN WHO WON -THROUGH. A striking story of the famous landing of the Australians at 'Jaba Tepe is con tained in a letter from Corporal E. L. Hooper, of the 3rd Unttnllon, to an old \ school friend, which has been handed to us for publication. Corporal Hayes, when tho mail left, was an inmate of Kins w ijeorge's Hosi)ltal, London. , After finishing our training In Egypt he writes, wo left at the beginning of April for the Dardanelles. We first went to Lemnos — a Greek island in the Aegean Sea — where the concentration of the dif ferent troops was to take place. We lay in a nice snug little harbor for a ?ouple of weeks, until nil tho troops who had to take part in the landing hail ar rived. Oh the night of the 24th April all the transports steamed out of the harbor, headed for the Dardanelles, which would be about slxor seven hours' sail from Lemnos. j THE. GOAL IN 'SIGHT. ?...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GLORY OF THE OVERSEA TROOPS WHAT THE EMPIRE OWES TO THE ANZAC HEROES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915

THE GLORY OF THE OVERSEA TROOPS. WHAT THE EMPIRE OWES TO THE ANZAC HEROES. THE MAGNIFICENT HKIIOISM OK THE AUSTRALIAN AND WAV ZEALAND TIUJOI'S IS THE SL'NJKCT OK AN EL. K.l'EVr UlTl SlIK ^VrV^r'f £??, .V£.SIa AlJSTIN 'ARni»,.v; KUITO« OF ^nr 'f ' nUVJKUV WHICH APJ'BAHS IX A RECENT ISSUE UK THE LONDON ?? SUNDAY P1CT- IRIA I - IV THIS ARTICLE Mil. HARRLSON PAYS, 'CALI I M |l HAS 1-K1'V i n- n THE GREAT FIGHT AT SI.VLA |iuf 'JIlKlll Ci i\i ill ??!? cthih, OUT' -VpN' WILL LIVE IN MILITARY HIST, '. iv WE C ^ NEVER REPAY TO THEM WHAT WE UWE Til KM. After tho first German gas at tacks (writes .Mr. Harrison), wo wore permitted to know something about Ho magnificent behavior of the Canadians l.ngs trickled through the Censorship, l.i.ulually wo learned hero— it is the only way of learning things— how heroically the Canadians had held their ground, with what elan they had fom-i,-- i,..,.. ,,.„.. indeed saved a peculiarly difficult and dangerous- situation caused by the sud denness and novelty...

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 — 20 November 1915

'THE MIRROR' PHOTOPLAYERS = POPULARITY f = CONTEST. DRAMA. I HEREBY VOTE FOR I Mole I'luyer.) (Female 1'layer.) COMEDY. (Male Player.) (Female Player.) (Slimed) The Pure Alcoholic Beverage *

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 — 20 November 1915

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Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR AND MARRIAGE THE ANTI-SOCIAL EFFECT OF WAR. ENCOURAGING EARLY MATING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915

WAR AND; MARRIAGE THE ANTI-SOCIAL EFFECT OF WAR. ENCOURAGING EARLY MATING. 1 There was never a time when the ques tion of marriage, the relationship of man to woman und woman to man, was ^o important (writes Mrs. Sloan Chester, pioneer of the Motherhood .Movement Ln England). The Inks of large numbers of men In their early maturity has created an abnormal social situation, in that an increasing proportion of women nnd girls will be deprived of mates, and others will, for lark of choice, marry men less 'fit' for parentage than the boys we are losing Is it national economy to deHire to ? limit the recruiting of married men it we send in their place unmarried youths in the early twenties, potential fathers of a fine type, to probable death? Even if it costs more in money to the nation when a married man dies for his country if we have his children to keep, our real wealth lies in the number of healthy, fit babies born In the next few years. ! Various expedients have been suggested to p...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915

A THOUGHT FOR TO-5)AY. Children sec in their parents the past, they again in their children the future; and if we find mure love In parents for their children than In children for. their parents, this is and indeed but natural. Who dues not 'fondle his hupes more than his recollections?— Out vos.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN MY GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915

IN MY GARDEN. The gypsophilu (chalk plant) family gives us some pretty plants for the border. Paniculatu — now In full bloom— is the1 most popular kind. It forms a bush about ] three feet high, and its stems are smo- j thered with countless tiny white blossoms. It thrives In any soil, but one that is ' chalky suits it best. Elegans is the graceful annual gypso phlla. while repens is a pretty little sub- ' ject for the rockery.

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