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THE WAYBACKS AT HOME AN EXTRAORDINARY SIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

j mam I / J ^TN. [?] bY ftEN&Y fLETCHEP *? AN EXTRAORDINARY SIGHT. ''Most extraordinary 1 Most extraordinary 1' cried Horace; it's, all the fault of these beastly cartridges.' Rube, having dragged back the unwilling Blucher, Jaber fired one shot, and the 'possum fell like1a brick on to Horace's hat, flattening It down over his eyes; while Blutchcr, waking into sudden animation, sprang at the 'possum, ond knocked Horace on* his feet 'Oh, I say 1 That's not fair, you know. You might have said he was coming ; he might have bit me; but what a beauty 1' continued Horace, when he had recovered his feet, and was hold ing we lurry 'possum uy me tail. Ana it musi have been ray shots killed him, for I fired three times and you only once.' 'Oh ! you killed him alright,' said Jabez. 'I only just blew him off the tree. Now, let's find another. Sool him, boy I Find him, Blucber; find him 1' Thus encouraged, Blucher was soon heard barking again, and this time with determina tion, as though...

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

OUR LETTER BOX Dorothy ?writes : 'May I be permitted to cross swords with Bessie and Comrade in defence of tlic mothers of the world at large, and my own in particular. The name of 'Mother' is a sacred one, and should not be allowed to be used with so much irreverence. If ever these girls arc mothers themselves, may they never know tlic pain of hearing their children *peak as they have done. Mothers are not sympathetic Y Indeed, it is not the mothers, but more often the daughters, wlio misunderstand, and if this is the opinion of toe present Rirlhood, what will the opinion of- tlic nest generation be i' (Well done, Dorothy. You have tne right idea, l-ut don't bo harsii ; 1 really think -Bcs-ie and Coin* rade spoke more in jest than in earnest.) Arpeggio enquires : 'Auntie, was it Schumann or Ciinpin who was supposed to go in for medicine Was Chopin a Frenchman, and was he interested in Schu mann t I don't want to fire you with questions, only 1 had an argument with a chap who thinks...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Through the Eyes of a Woman :: :: THE WEEK'S GOSSIP Doing Her lilt. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

Through the Eyes of a Woman :: :: [?] THE WEEK'S GOSSIP Doing lfcr Bit. ThtB Friday evening, In St James* Hal!, MIsb Grace Stafford, supported by her company, wilt comraenco a patriotic week, when the proceeds of her performance of All of a Sudden, Peggy, ?will be devoted to various funds. Nine perform ances will be given. Already MIbb Stafford and her students have raised nearly £2000 since the beginning of the war, and £200 in cash from 1-er recital of Mr. A. O. Stephens' lines, The Women Who Stayed Behind. A Dntvinlix Vnmilv. Miss Stafford has two brothers on active ser vice— Lieutenant LouIb Stafford, of the SSth Battalion, and Lieutenant Gerald Stafford, of the Flying Corps. This young aviator, who has recently attained his majority, has received severe eye strain from a head dive of 1600 feet. Blue Triangle Club. Very charming luncheon rooms were opened last week in Kent-street by the Young Women's Christian Association for the comfort of girls employed in various warehouses. ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS VI.—BONDI PUBLIC SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS VL-BONDI PUBLIC SCHOOL One of the largest schools in the State is the Eiondi Public School, in Wellington-street, Bondi, where 1600 children attend daily. In the grounds are three large school houses built in the modern bungalow fashion ; the rooms are large and airy, and from the spacious win daws can be seen the cliffs of Bondi and some of the sea. I saw many of the schoolrooms and scholars, but found the infants most interesting. There were little wee ones of four and bigger ones of seven — they all looked capable youngsters, and all seemed intelligent. Miss tfroate (the head mistress) told me tnat altogether they were very busy little persons, and worked hard in the good cause of war work. At the recent War Chest Day £3/8/ was collected from the infants alono, and on Red Triangle Day they contributed £7. Also a con cert by the infants (most of the performers being under seven) raised £12, and in -the pre sent year they have given 580 pairs of socks. Collective...

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

^mmwm^mmnmvmmmmnmw ? «^ TIIKRB IB NO UATIHPAtTI'ION OH C0NTJBNT IN ANYTHING THAT JIAB NOT TUB BBBKN'JIAIj OV QUALITY. * TIIIB FACT IB MOKIfi TKUB OV VOUli CONSIST THAN OK ANY OTHUIt AHTICLIS Olf ATT1IU5. QUALITY I» THIS KBYNOTB AND WOMISN KNOW THAT IN THIS British-Made QUALITY IS WELL EXPRESSED. EVERY PAIR AN EXAMPLE OF BRITISH SUPREMACY IN CORSETS. TO WOMEN WHO DESIRE THAT AIR OP DISTINCTION IN DRESS THE British-made . CORSETS ARE INCOMPARABLE. AND STAND ALONE. THEY.COMBINE QUALITY i BEAUTY, LIGHTNESS, AND ' STRENGTH, WITH THE ADDED PLEASURE OF MODERATE COST. Obtainable AH Drapers I * ... ? ??- : Last Four W©@ks-^--This ;Conipetiti©ii Closes on November 30 -' .-USr- £25 SECOND PRIZE. £100 FIRST PRIZE. £10 THIRD PRIZE ™ WIN ONE ? -' '-'-' ?'' -?-??--?'.' : \ ? ? .-:.-/ ? . ? :?? ? ' . . ; ^. ?- - .:?. gECURH pp THESE ?ft 9ft „, ,c «n '~| ~~~'~ ' . ; ONE OP, ? PRIZES *W 20 £5 £5 ZO . 50 / thpssw for \- PRIZES PRIZES SPECIAL SPECIAL PRIZES PRIZES valuable :you AT £1. AT 10/- ..;\;-'' ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CAN' YOU "CAP" IT ? [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

CAX YOU 'CAP' IT ? A crioket match was going forward. Suddenly there wan a wild yell. 'Bravo, lyavo, .Spanker !' One of the audience turned to his neighbor lieaming. 'That's the second time this neaton Spanker has done the hat-trick.' 'Kr— -why do they call It the hat-trick ?' asked the' man addressed. - I 'Oh !' was the reply. 'Kr— because it's never I ' do'* 'uilf vou got the rig-lit sort of bowler !' I

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PICTURE PUZZLE COMPETITION THE WINNERS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

PICTURE PUZZLE COMPETITION i ? _ ' . i y ? i. THE WINNERS The Picture Puzzle Competition which has -een announced for the last three weeks has been a great bucccss. and some thousands of entries were received from all over Australia The correct solution was: ''You can make Uio best of cake with Feather Flour.' The following are the names of the winners First Prize (10/).-Edward Seghers, Kelton Mclntyre-strect, Gordon. ' Second Prize (5/).— Jean Burness, Roff street, Toowoomba ,(Q.). Third Prize (2/6).— Eric Wiseman. 95 Holds, worth-street, Woollahra. In addition a free copy of the Feather Flour Cook Book haB been jent to each competitor.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DRAUGHTS. PROBLEM No. 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

DRAUGHTS. ' PROBLEM No. 19. Contributed to The Mirror by A. E. Brown, Kambucca ltlvcr. lUaeic : Men, ,3, 5, 13 ; lUags, 10, 22. ' White : Men, 7, H, 17, IB, 27, SO. White to play and win. Solution o! No. 17 (Dtinne).— Black :. Man, 23 ; Kings, 19. 29, 31. White : Men, 2i, 32 : Kings, 14, 15, 30. Wiiitc to play and win tnue s 14-10,- W-28, 15-19, 31-20, 30-14, 20-31, 19-20, 31-22, 82-27, 28-32, 30-25. W. wins. Solved by A. Snadde.n, Bclmorc. Further 'solutions of Ko. 10 from : Ding-Dong:, Broken 01111 ; and A. , Hnadden, Belmore. NOVICE : The win can be lorced. ' Sec bclowi THHEE KIN'fiS v. TWO.— A Briabane correspondent a«kR if three Kings can win against two, if tlie latter each occupy a- double corner. As the point is one which troubles many 'beginners, we append mi example of the course to be followed. Say the position Is : Black, Kings 1 and 32 ; White, Kings, 10, 19, 23. White to play. Proceed : 19-15, 1-5 (if 82-28, 23-19, W. wins), 10-10, 32-23 (If 5-1. 2S-19, IV. wins), 23-1...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHESS & DRAUGHTS PROBLEM No. 19. BLACK (7 pieces). [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

CHESS & DRAUGHTS PROBLEM No. 19. BLACK (7 plefoi). WHITE (0 piece*). White to i»lav and male In two movei.— P.G.L.F. (711, B, 7ti, 8, 2B5, pNSrpl, blklulNl, KuO.) Solution of No. 17 (I'osplsil).— 5X2, lN3p, StilBplB, 4k8, 8, KIM. 41'nS, 6QL— Mute In two. Key : y-Q It sq. Solver by 11. Jenkins, Teinpc. An interesting same from the New York City Chtas Club championship tourney : j'.vans uauiuit. White— Borochow. JJlacU— Drisdoff. 1P-K4 P-K4 HQxB KK1-K2 2 Kt-K B 3 Kt-q 0 3 12 Jt-K 1 fustics 3 U-U 1 »-B i 13 1I-H a lt-K 1 4V-Q1U4 llxKtP U Kt-lU -.}?« 1 G1'.B3 B-H 1 ijB-KtZ y-H 3(b)' 0I'-Q4 l'xi' 10H-K3' Kt-Kt3(c) . 7 Castlci V x V 17 Kt-B 5 Q-Kt 4 8 Q-Kt 3 t)-B 3 11 l'-K 0 K Kt— K 8 9 IMC 5 Q-Kt 3 19 1» x B P eli K-B 1 , WKtiP li x Kt (*) White mates in two. (a) Weak play ; 10, K Kt-K 2 h better. (b) Of course Black cannot capture the Ut, .bccauK of 10 V— K 0. ??,/-? (e) Thia loses iuvmedittcly. A B-ackburne Brilliancy. . . White— Burt. Black— Blackburne. 1 P-K 4 P-K i C Q-Kt 3 ...

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

A NEW COMPETITION THIS WEEK Solution ? , ? ?? ? ? Name ? ???? ? ? ? Address ? ?. ? ...I ? Name of local grocer or storekeeper ? ? ? Write out the solution of this Picture Puzzle, and address it 'Picture Puzzle No. 2, Mirror, Sydney.' . FIRST PRIZE 10/- SECOND 5/- THIRD 2/6 Also, three additional prizes, comprising A USEFUL FOUNTAIN PEN, A BOYS' BOOK, AND A GIRLS' BOOK. In addition, the proprietors of FEATHER FLOUR will send to the next 100 com petitors in order 100 handsome art calendars suitable for framing. Competition closes November 14. The first letters opened containing correct solu tions win tlie prizes. No letters will be opened until after, the closing of the Competition.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KING'S VISIT TO AUSTRALIAN NAVY [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

KING'S VISIT TO AUSTRALIAN NAVY Snapshot taken of His Majesty oa his recent vt ei% p- the Australian Fleet

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TURKISH PRISONERS IN PALESTINE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

TURKISH PRISONERS IN PALESTINE Turkish prisoners captured at Gaza recently by the Anzac Mounted Pivision and Camel Corps. Sikh soldiers are acting as escort.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STRIKING SPORT SUIT [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

STRIKING SPORT SUIT This is a striped Yosan silk sport suit that has a sweet simplicity to recommend it. Ita pleated skirt and dainty georgette crepe collar add to its attractiveness. — (Under- wood.)

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THE SCOTTISH PERTH [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

THE SCOTTISH PERTH Australian soldier in the main street cf Perth, Scotland, *

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THE "KNIGHTLY MANNER" [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

I- THE 'KNIGHTLY MANNER' , Belgium : 'As long as there is motion in my body, and life to give me words, I'd cry for Justice!' i Kaiser : 'Justice shall never hear you. I am Justice !' i (Beaumont and Fletcher, Valentintan IIL 1. 'There is no longer any international law.' JT.he Kaiser to Mr. Gerard).— (London Punch.)

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLOWN UP [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

BLOWN UP Gunner B, Tipping of Newtown who Is in the Bath- War Hospital, Eng land, Dufferlng . from . the effects of being blown up and buried. He was in the machine gun section in France. !

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOME INTERESTING ARTS AND CRAFTS EXHIBITS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

. SOME INTERESTING ARTS AND CRAFTS EXHIBITS Some of the articles displayed at the exhibition of the. Society of Arts and: .Crafts, opened / by' Lady Cullen IaBt'weeki ? .;».'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GETTING READY TO ASCEND [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

GETTING READY TO ASCEND' ,, / - A unit of the Royal Naval Air Service preparing for a flight. — (Central News.).

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THE CUCKOO [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

THE CUCKOO This amusing cartoon in London Opinion ?speaks for itself.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

HEAD OmCE ^wgw1***^ MONEY. tin General Bankings Business 'Jg£&* Cities and Towns of Australia, London, Tidworth (SAllsbury PMn), and ftebmut. Cable remittance* tuadi to. and draft* drawn on tonim plica dimet. Fordpt c ? bills ncxotUtM ftod collected. Utter* of credit Iwucd to any nut ?! 'Jkt world. . BudIIob tod Ettfcunre Ba»Ia«u ol cruf dteerlptlon tntmctod triUOn ftfe* Common wtlHb, United Jilr^rdoCi »nd abroM. Current ?ocounU opened. Inter* t paid «a Bud deponU. AdraDce* made stralntt tipprored Mcuritlrs. - Savings Bank Department 4f Minimum M all Bnuiebat, and over lUSfSSKL?!? 3% ? 1/- Dopoolt 2600 AffO'Cl»»«a*PoetOHlc*» pmJ^SSSa ******** in Augtmlia and Pimsuo. up to as3«M- INTERSTATE and INTKuNATIONAL 8«t1bjh nuk FacUittna. _ '' JAMU XtXU D«r»lr Oorcnwr. Jmt. 3911 DEKIBQjr HI LUX. Omiw J 1st, 2nd and 3rd PLACES IN STATE TYPISTS' EXAMINATION— APRIL LAST. 1st, 4th and 6th PLACES COMMONWEALTH TYPISTS' EXAMINATION— JULY LAST All particulars from College OBlce, S38 TITT STH...

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