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SWATTING THE SPY [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

SWATTING THE SPY - The I.W.W., and Other Features That Go With It (New York Globe).

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VERSE FOR THE DAT TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

VERSE FOR THE DAY TIME. Time was upon ! ' The wing, to fly away; And I call'd on - ' Him but a while to ' stay; But he'd be gone, For aught that I could 'say. He ,held out then A writing, as he went, And askt me, when False man would bo content To pay ngenj What God and natiiro I«nK An houre-glasse. In ?which were bands but few,' ' - As he did pause, He ahew'd, and told me too, . (Mine endi near was, And go away he flew. ? — Berrlcfc.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BILL JIMS TROUBLES A LOST PAYBOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

5.TROUB© A LOST PAYOOOK. froiiiclh-t i 'I hit my pjvIhriU nil rlylil wlicil I umJol UH wwk, litjt l\o |-M ll nlmv, I Ihllik I know vvIuto ll wtni-or, riliicr, who iilnvb^l U — *u-l t t*K|)«i'l It will Ih- tilMU to Ifie l)air»('k« \iy «ud by. C'Jis anyboily i'1'v K«t my uiuuvy I' (Not w»lly. IMivr i«ll on tli« l'tyuiutrr mid report your low and unit eu«|-k'lonf. IIm will |ir-jtcct vou ti to tha money, mid may nmli« U uut'omfurlablv for Ihe person who took the book)k DOWN— AND OUT. J'chIcb t 'Two ycuri ago 1 was u aouttd a man at tilers li lit tula country, AtiJ, though 1 uy It, 1 wata't one of tho wont, any way you might take me. Now 1 am homo with one good leg ; the uttwr Is a long way ?rmu Itrre. f /^mnirifr Hva twttnffipltlili* Mitt mw »uttt«lnM and there la not much work that- * one-legged chap la fit for. Mv girl turned me down when ike knew now it was with me, and haven't a solitary tout lit the world of my own flesh and blood. Hough, iin't It'f I'm down— and out, at tn'eut.v-t...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BROTHER AND SISTER [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

BROTHER AND SISTER Bugler George Leggett of the A.I.F and Miss Vera* Leggett, one of the women postal sorters in France.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bush Brigands XIV.-Daniel Morgan's Career [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

? — — -*-~-..^Bgs:~'n, .1 „.,„': \Z~ *: - ----- -~' : ?'''T ? ^'' ~*^i! ??i-^.'gf Bush Brigands XIV. -Daniel Morgan's Career Daniel Morgan began Ills career d» a Itisli* ? - ranger ultortly after the Great Escort Robbery, -y sticking up travellers on tht- roads about Wagga Wagea. Hla head'iuttrterit aenerally : vere said to be in the ,huue pat:t of scub - which itretehed away aoutltward, from tha Murrumbidgee River across the low r, n&es be- ? tween Wagga Wagga and Narrandera. Me was crcuuea ^writes mr. uoxaii) vmix oeirt« tho most bloodthirsty of the New South Wales bush ranger* after Willmore. We have seen that some of the tncmbirs o( the chief gang of this era held human life very cheaply, but it was the geturnl opinion that, except In the case of a few Chinamen, ihera bushrangers murdered only when m the war path. In many canes ' the/ met the police bcldly, ahd fought with some degree of fairness ; ' , while Morgan, on more than one occasion, tired on unarmed, and in som...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOPSY AND TOMMY, THE TERRIBLE TWINS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

TOPSY AND TOMMY, THE TERRIBLE TWINS 1. Our two innocent pets, Topsy and Tommy, were watching the Punch and Judy show the other day, when the chap who works the figures thought he'd have a , bit of fun, so he made Punch give Tommy a nasty one. 2. As it happened Pongo, the bulldog, was out with the twins, and when Tommy got the fourpenny packet he. got interested to know where the squeaks came from. And one large size spring he made— 3. And he got well and truly amongst the works and rattled them up some. He seemed to find a lot to interest him, for he kept saying 'Gr-r-r ! ' while a voice responded 'Wow ! Lcggo ! Yelp !' ? ' ( ' 4. Very soon that Punch and Judy man couldn't stand it any longer, so without stop ping to close the. show properly he did a flit. 'Good old Poago !' cried Tommy. Yes, Pongo had revenged that blow, 'what ?

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FRAUD [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

A FRAUD 'Erbie : 'Ere, Bob. That injy-rubber man at the show's a fraud.' Bob : ''Ow is 'e ?' 'Erbie : ? 'Well, I seed him in the rain with M. mackintosh coat on.' ' *'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABSENT MINDED [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

ABSENT MINDED Gent : 'What's the game ? What's your hand doing in my pocket, eh ?' Light-fingered Bill : 'Excuse me, sir ; I'm so absent minded. I used to have a pair of trousers exactly like yours.'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOLD OFF! [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

TOLD OFF ! 'I had a close shave this morning, sergeant.' 'Well, my lad, next time you have one of those close shaves get a blinking good hair cut: to accompany, it.' ^. ' ? ? '?.'.' ? -? '? ' ' ? ? v ? ?

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SIMPLE SAMMY and WAYBACK WILLY ADVENTURES IN THE BACK BLOCKS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

n*irwmli '^_^.^ . - . -n mi -it hi i - anci MJSfMGKWElY IN THE' ^ BACK ( NBLOCnS

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEXT WEEK'S PICTURES [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

NEXT WEEK'S PICTURES LYCEUM. — Enid Bennett and Melbourne McDowell in They're On'! a Triangle five-act drama of a man, a, maid and a million dpllars. Earle Williams, Corinne Griffith and Billie Bil lings . in . Transgression, a Vitagraph drama of a man's fight for honor. A Shanghaied Jonah, two acts of Keystone revelry. EMPRESS.— The Deemster, the . eight-act super-feature adapted from Kail Caine's novel, with Derweht Hall Came in the leading role. X.YRIC ' AND GRAND.— The Hayseeds* Backblock Show, a, five-act comedy of Austra lian life, produced 'by Beaumont Smith. Comedies and dramatic subjects in addition at both' theatres. ' ' GLOBE AND MAJESTIC.— The Bond Be tween, Donal Crisp and George Beban, and The Little Soldier Girl, a patridt'ic American drama with Ann TPenhington. Both five-act features. STRAND.— Master of His 'Home, a five-act . ' drama exposing society's greatest evil, the pre meditated destruction of the unborn. William Desmond and Alma Reuben' featured in thii ' s' ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

NOTICF TO THF ?PIIRI IP WILlrBE ON BALE BY THE NEWSAGENTS IN SYDNEY AND SUBURBS IN FUTURE - ';:'?' X^- - III BEFORE BREAKFAST ON FRIDAYS AND IN THE CITY STREETS BY MID-DAY ON FRIDAY. I AS USUAL THE ARROW WILL CONTAIN ill THE LATEST TURF INFORMATION INCLUDING ACCEPTANCES FOR SATURDAY'S RACING. II I

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WANTED A ROLLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

, WANTEBpT ROLLER. A policeman, ?wltlt more than' avoirdupois and expanse of shoe leather, bad just paeBcd a little terrace, with a bit of garden in front, when a small boy ran after him. 'Halloa, kiddie !' said tlic arm of the law, genially; * 'what can I do for ypu V' . -(1jmB 'Father send me out,' answered the youngster, tuav ask you if you would mind walking up ,and down ovrw path' for a minute or two. It's just been gravelled, ana we ain't got a roller.'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES Of Local Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

NEWS AND NOTES Of Local Interest. The screen seldom lets the stage beat it to a good story, and when such a thing does hap pen, the camera takes the only remaining course and follows on. So here we have Baby Mine, a farce-comedy produced at the Criterion, and a picture of the' same name to be issued by the Goldwyn Company. In the screen version Madge Kennedy represents the same character as Beatrice Holloway does on the boards. An other coming adaptation from a stage play is Seven Keys to Baldpate, in which Fred Niblo scored such success in. Australia. The Starry Way. It is expecting a lot of any girl' to look to her to make good in a secondary role wlien the leading part is* taken by an actress of excep tional ability. But Margery Wilson managed it in The Mother Instinct. At the risk of being considered disloyal to the Australian girl, we must say that many people considered her work preferable to that of Enid Bennett in this pic ture. The Triangle Company must also have been impre...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW COMPETITIONS. FOR OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

NEW COMPETITIONS. FOR OCTOBEU AND KOVEMBER. Clais A.— For readers under twelve, A list and , description of the wild flowers ot Australia. The name of our National flower must be given, and also the names of the wild flowers for which each State i» famous. . . ? ' Class B.— Un-lcr fourteen.' A short essay on your favorite piece of poetry, copy out a verse oi ine pou-ir/ and give a short biography ot the writer. Class C.— Under sixteen. Write about your favorite movie hero or heroine, and in which picture they most appeal to you. Class D.— Under eigbtcen. An essay on tlic word Anzac, bow it arose, und what important, part it will . play in the future history of Australia. . Class E.— Under 18. Send In the largest number of words formed from the word Regulation. No obsolete, words or proper names to be UBed; no words that cannot be found in any standard dictionary; no letter to bo ^ used .twice. All words to be written, in columns and ^ carefully numbered at the 'ends of columns. | TH...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

Nothing like Home- I made Paatry. I VOU on nmir c«l« like toother utttJ «u I retlf onitAf I, more « ncn.ic.Ur «nd I widi Iru tiouUe ]-y -uiinj Feathrr S.lf- I RoimtuFionr It «? the Floor wi bout a I peer. S»t« tlio Coupon*. I A Free Cook Book.— Stic! a Iiitliuns I ?t J receive {ice ? copy c4 ihe new ** FV»- I iiia St1(-!te'mrS Four ' Coot l)tw-V. D. Mitdit'l&Cc., Lid. Hi dunce St.. FACES and FEET. BANISHES CHILBLAINS. ' - f)Y Pkor. Vv& vised Tcnder Feet, Sore Feet. Swollen Feet, Corns, Chilblaine, relieved without delay. New Foot Medicine Quickly Banishes all Foot Ailments. 'BIFF' is a ccieutiCcconipound which draws out all ])oisonour. -matter from Hie pores of the sVin, leavinjr tbe skin in a perfectly, 'healthy condition, to perform its natural functions. This unique! * ??? compound will render the feet sweet and antiseptic: EXTRACTS from UncolUitcd Letters 'I have sitfferea from .tender and persplrinf! feet for over. 20 yeai?. I have used 'BIFF' and llie ' ? - ivs...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
At the Movies THE FILM REVIEW She Cheated. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

At the Movies THE FILM REVIEW - She Cheated. The Master of His Home is *n exjunple ol those films that by careful treatment of a deli cate subject just- about pass the censor. Its plot concerns, the woman who prefers to re main childless, and' the husband who is not sufficiently up-to-date to agree with her. Alma Reuben is, the wife, and her acting in the part rings true from start to finish; while William Desmond is so well known that nothing further need' be 'said of him. The picture is one of ,the most dramatic of recent releases, and is marked by some fine photography. The open ing scenes are all of mining country, and in the lowest- level of the pit a most realistic explosion takes place. The Crystal Palace has screened u mis wecK. 'June the Ever-Smiling. Isn't it a pity that Mich a sweet little girl as June Caprice should be sucli a hopelessly bad actress. And the worst of it is that she , obviously doesn't know it, but trips through her parts with all the confidence of a Mary...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

?nUOCOTlON. Oratory, Dramatic Art, Picture Acting a-J Musical .Monologues, Elocution Df Sons, Soenarii Writing for Picture 1'la.vs, Public Sneaking. Stutterinr and Summering Cured. MB. WAITKR BENTUE* 'fere « thorough training in any or Hicm tultfccta. Among Mr. Bcntley's many successful ' pupils arc Missei Dorothy Cummins, ttileen Hobinfon, i Svlvin Bremcr, ' ' S0:?cr MltclleI1. -'ancjc Stewart, and a heat of others.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAG ENDS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

3fi^E§[ ?- By JOHN DRAYTON. A well-to-do man of the city has given up hit motor. 'Can't afford a car,' he said to one of his friends. 'But I thoufiht you had one ?' observed the other. 'That's how I found out I could not afford to keep a car,' was the reply. ?'.?.'? ? ? ? Wife of a good sport of the city says her hus band does not leave her between the acts of the flay to go and get a drink. Says he comes in between drinks to look at the play. ? . . ? ? When a former slow player, known to be of means, began to pay cash for everything he bought, he found his credit failing. The whisper started round that he was going on the rocks. ? ? * ? The ways of stolid English folk are becoming more like those of the younger countries. Lord Dalmeny, eldest son of the Earl of Rosebery, formerly Prime Minister of Great Britain, has advertised that he will'- not be responsible for debts contracted by his wife (who, was Miss Dorothy Grosvenor, daughter, of the late Lord Henry Grosvenor). The lady ha...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

One of the provisions of the Anti-Shouting Bill now before the Parliament of Victoria is that three hours must.. elapse from the time the question is put till it is repeated. This will make it a long time between drinks — which is what the Governor' of North Carolina said to the Governor of South Carolina. By the way, it is just a. year since no-shouting was made the rule by law in- New Zealand. The old style, wink, 'the 'jerk of' the thumb in the direc tion, of the door of .the dispensary, is. still ef fective to', fetch a .man across the street, eyen ip the soV.dest anti-shoutucentres, t) - .if !.;??? it If you would get the real conditions in Ger many m true perspective, read.the brilliant series of articles by Carl Ackerman beginning' in the' Sunday Times .next Suaday. - '

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