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A GENUINE CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915

A GENUINE CHAMPION. Turf writers In the Dominion are very enthusiastic concerning the good deeds of Mr. Lowry's three-year-old filly, Desert Gold, who 13 described as the best of her sex since tho days or Cruciform. Certainly her performances are such us to suggest that l'atrobas, who is the best of our three-year-oldH, will have to be at the top of his form to beat the flying N'jw Zea lander should the latter be sent over hero for tho autumn meetings, which everyone hopes will be the case. Desert Gold was bred by her owner, being got by the Gallinule horse. All Black f rom Aurarius, by Maltster from Aurous, by Wallace. As a two-year-old she started twelve times, nnd waa never out of a place, her stoke money, earnings totalling £3,6Cf., a record for a two-year-old In N.Z. That Bhe haB retained her form this season Desert Gold has proved by winning the Hawke's Hay Guineas, Wellington Chnm plon Stakes, N.Z. Derby, N.Z. Oaks, and G. O. Stead Gold Cup, a total of £2,700 for tho season s...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEPARTURE OF THE S.S. CANBERRA FROM THE HOWARD SMITH WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915

DEPARTURE OF THE S.S. CANBERRA FROM THE HOWARD SMITH WHARF. B-^HB9BHVJBSHHBnVS9BBBS3MSEU^DHS^^BBs^3»BMSBHBHHSIB9IBBfl^DHBOi^BSSHHHBBHHDBHMHMB(SflBHHnBHHIiMBM^H^MHI^^HBHLjMaUft This picture illustrates the heavy booking on the coastal services owing to the fact that many of the biggar boats have been taken over by the Commonwealth Government for transport purposes.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STILL ANOTHER OF SYDNEY'S BEAUTIFUL HOMES HAS BEEN TRANSFORMED INTO CONVALESCENT HOME FOR WOUNDED SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915

STILL ANOTHER OF SYDNEY'S BEAUTIFUL HOMES HAS BEEN TRANSFORMED INTO CONVALESCENT HOME FOR WOUNDED SOLDIERS. On Saturday last 'Reinga,' Woolwich, Lane Cove Riven was officially opened by Lady Helen Munro Ferguson as a Convalescent Home for wounded soldiers. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O'Brien handed over the home, fully fur nished, to accommodate twenty or thirty soldiers. A group of voluntary nurses on opening day. NURSE HETHERINGTON, who has given her services voluntarily, as Matron, of the new homo. A oool dr!n!- In a coo! corner of the ground*.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915

► TAKE CHRISTMAS PICTURES WITH THE AUTOGRAPHIC KODAK .... The autographs of friends, the ago of the baby on Christinas Day, 1915. the size of the stop In the lens, !tlio exposuro ana the light conditions, father's and mother's signature to their pictures mado In the lmppy Surprlso him — or her — with an Autographic Kodak— Anyono can learn to use an Autographlu Kodak In half-an-hour, and they aro priced from 30/ to £15/2/. The No. 3 Folding Autographic Kodak Is a wonderfully co.-npact, convenient, mid efficient camera. Takes pictures 2-/t x VA Inches. Price, £4/7/0. The 3A Autographic Kodak takes pictures postcard size, G-4 x 3'4 Inches. Price, £6/10/-. Ask for new Illustrated booklet on Autographic Of all Kodak Dealers and | KODAK (AUSTRALASIA) LTD., a Incorporating Baker and Rouse Prop. Ltd., | 379 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, and all States and N.Z, A Question for the Jury : One that may yet concern YOU : ^y**^ ^TOk If a workman while at work in a factory demanding keen U '^'?'V'yft vis...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915

Made entirely toy Australian Labor NO GERMANS IN ANY WAY CONNECTED WITH THE BREWERY OR ITS MANAGEMENT. TUCKER & CO., SYDNEY claim that FOSTER'S is the only Australian Lager which is brewed that has no connection with Germans — either naturalised orunnaturalised. It's a National Drink and a National Sentiment that Prompts Australians to Drink it.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONSTANT PRACTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915

CONSTANT PRACTICE. 'He Is a coming pugilist, isn't he?' 'Indeed he Is, but he doesn't deservo any special credit for being such a fighter.' 'Why not?' 'His mother named him Montmorency, and kept his hair in ringlets until he was fourteen. He had to fight.'

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WOMEN'S ANTI-GERMAN LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915

THE WOMEN'S ANTI-GERMAN LEAGUE Mrs. C. Greenshlelds, organising secre tary of tho Women's Antl - German League, 30 Ash-st, City, replies to 'One Who Has Given ' as follows: — Wo have Bet ourselves a big task, and we shall need tho co-operation of every woman In tho State. I would particularly ask the 'Women Who Havo Given' to keep the ball rolling by joining our League at once. To thoso who have no leisure, we ask for Just a spare half an hour to como and sign their namo and wear our badge To those who can spare an hour or so daily, we say, 'Come and help us.' The office is open dally, except Saturday, 10 till 4.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"THE MIRROR" AND THE HUNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915

'THE MIRROR' AND THE HUNS. ? Ethel H. Paull, Tudor-st, Hamilton, Newcastle, writes: — 'I feel I must con gratulate you on tlio success of your efforts In the De Haas case; but I say that ho and every other wealthy Hun should be put where they cannot harm Australia. By giving them their liberty, thoso In power are not 'playing the Rome.' They are not keeping faith with (h« Virnvft tnon -who nrfl flirhtlncr for them and their liberty. The women ot N.S.W. should rise In a body and demand tho Internment of the brutes, who aro helping to murder their fathers, sons, husbands, and brothers, and rendering our Jiappy Australian homes desolate. All success to tho 'Women's Anti-German .League.' Can they not get up a big petition for the internment ot 'all enemy subjects?' I, for one, would gladly help, and am euro there must be many more, once tho tiling was started. Am a con stant reader of your paper, and great ad mirer of Us policy. I wish you every success.' ? 0 ? ' 'Patriotic' (Cremorne) ...

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

TIVOLI THEATRE-'vSpTs Governing Director, H. D. MclNTOSH TIVOLI FOLLIES RETURN SAT., Nov. 27. TIVOLI FOLLI E5 RETURN SAT., Nov. 27. LEE HARRISON AND DAVID JONES, In on Original Absurdity. 'Nonsensical Nonsense.' TERRY * LAMBERT, j America's Cleverest I Couple. NOLAN & NOLAN Comedy Jugglers. I WALTER JAMES, I The Merry Idler. | J. &M.HARKINS In Little Bits or Musical ? Comedy Nonsense. ? I COY DE TRICKEY, The Cinnamon Girl. PRIVATE PEARCE. The Dardanelles Hero; MORKIS GOI.HKN. The Yiddlo of the Fiddle; HAZEL, MOHAN. Chnmnlnn Hope Spinner: ANNI1-' KENT. Comedienne; VAUDI3 anil VERNE. Tatter Comedians; HEKBKRT WINTER. Droll Comedian; THE FAYOLA8. Clu.-wli.-nl Athletes. Plan at Nlcliulaon'a mid Tlvull. ?Phone !)M4 for Reserve*. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY AT 2.33.

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

twice daily NATIONAL THEATRE twice daily 2-30 & 8 p.m. ™L\o!!£LlU!r?}lIZ 2-30 & 8 p.m. MR. BEN. J. FULLER PRESENTS THE BLETSOE'S Musical Comedy Revue Company In their Second Mllo.a-Mlnute Production, 'F*tm in » San aiorium. ' THE NATTY NURSE TUB HATING MATRON THE RICH PATIENT ? THE JEW DOCTOR EVERYTHING NEW— A SHOW TO TALK ABOUT— EVERYTHING NEW. Lovely, Lively, Lithesomo Little Ladies. THE RADIO BALLET THE BLETVTJE QUARTETTE Exceptional, Extraordinary, Electrical Effects. Some slick Scen/o Settings. In addition to the Revue, a Second Part composed of AN EXCEPTIONAL VAUDEVILLE BILL. BARGAIN MATINEE PRICES. ' 6d. and 1/-. 6d. and 1/.. 6d. and 1/-. 6d. and 1/-, EVENING PRICES: 3/-, 2/-, I/-, ana Cd. (except Sat. and Holidays). Reserva. tlon Fee Cd., Saturday & Holidays 1/-. 'Phone, City 3399 for Reservations. By Special Appointment Iraj&fairalE Hla Excellenc-' th» to '♦ffisSW'WtEJW* Governor-General. SARGENTS, Ltd., High-Class Pastrycooks and Caterers, W...

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." The Latest Slang Play. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915

I Inthe Limelight j THE LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY 'SUZANNE.' The Latest Slang Play. Did I Kick In to Her Majesty's they nter on Saturday night? Waa'al I should Kmlle. It was some goey crush, but I walked the dinky plank with the best, and It was some side-walk stuff. The play was su-u-ure. some thriller, believe muh kid, It was some grand-stand stuff. ? ? ? From which you are Intended to gather that I was at Her Majesty's theatre on new American crook drama with the revuecsque title. With a George Ail* revuesquo title. With a George Ado Bary one eventually understands what It is all about, but I noticed a vaguo look 'of wonder on the faces of my Immediate neighbors, which seemed to indicate that they were feeling they would have pre ferred the talk to have been in good Anglo-Saxon. ? ? '? The play abounds with thrilling situa tions, and to most people this compen sated for many things. Its drnma Is suf ficiently drnmntle. but the comedy relief is like tho parson's egg — good in sp...

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

NEXT SHTURDHY'S 'MIRROR' FOR BEST 4M©TUR«S»- ? - ? ?

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915

CRYSTAL PALACE ALL NEXT WEEK, COMMENCING MONDAY 'THE WILD ©LIVE.' Thr st.,ry of a srlrl ivh.i sold h.-r.-elf In the Lmv to nav,. :i man who had thrown aside her love-, ami i.r the |-rii-e the Law e.\aete,l. a mop.oscu lioswnttTii KK.vrn:i: in r. acts, kkatiisinu MYRTLE STEDMAN, IVlm played the role of the turn In ' UypiM-rite?.' THE GREATER J. D. WILLIAMS AMUS. CO., LTD.. W. BARRINGTON MILLER, General Manager. PALACE THEATRE. SKlTl.VIl WKEK OF The luiwt ilarin:,- ami sensational motion jili-turi- ever hniUKlit t' Australia. 'THE HYPOCRITES.' ti:i.i..« Tin: nakkii tuctii ahoi:t politic.'', ukliuion*. sociktv, j.i.ivi-: ami mi-: iiii.mi:. Tho I'irr.iriiiaii'.-s lially— I'.SU ami S p.m. Xijjhl Piiff-s. .'. -. ?.'.. r-. Matliift- I'rii'i-n. 2- nml I -. i.'hlltlren, )lair-price. li..v I'lan at Ni.-liolsmiV. No extra liookiiiR fee.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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At the Movies OUR POPULARITY CONTEST BEGINS TODAY. SEE COUPON BELOW. Australian Photoplay Songs. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915

At the Movies OUR POPULARITY CONTEST BEGINS TO-DAY. SEE COUPON BELOW. Australian Photoplay Songs, The producers lor Australasian Films, Ltd., are busily engaged on ' photoplay songs, which, as the lntcst film novelty, 'have proved' popular In Sydney. 'He was 'only d Prlvute— that's all,' 'I'm on my .'.way to Mnndalay,' and 'When I Left the . wprld behind.' nil pf which have been screened at the Lyceum Theatre, were ? done at the llrm'a Itushcuttcr' Bay Studios. . ? ' ? ? ? ' . The Komic brand of . pictures having been discontinued, we shall see no more of 'Ethel the Stenographer.' Miss Fay Tlncher will, however, be appearing in .features of 'five rind six reels. She Is one of the cleverest comediennes on the. screen, and should poll n large num ber of votes in our contest. RICHARD STANTON, Prominent in recent' Mutual releases. Photoplays that have been screened In i Australia filled prominent places In a| competition held recently by the 'Sib- . tlon Picture Magazine.' .'.'Toss of t...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAILING ON PORT JACKSON. Salting and Betting. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915

SAILING ON PORT JACKSON. Sailing and Betting. Betting in New South Wales is unlaw ful, except on n racecourse. However, this does prevent men belting on coming events- Sometimes they are found out, as the reports in the dnilles tell us, but In the majority of cases the police are outwitted. On Saturday last, however, the Wutcr Police arrested seven meji for betting - on the steamer Kiandru, which was following the 18-footer.s' race in aid of the patriotic funds. Five were fined £10, and two £S each on Monday.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915

CYCLING. From American files we learn that Frank Kramer retained his title of champion of America. In a former issue we stated that Kramer hnd dead-heated In the com petition for the championship with the Australian, A. Goullet. mid that a ride-off would be necessary. This consisted of three events — ntmrter mile, one mile, and five miles. Kiamer won the quarter, and also the five-mile events, thus gaining his fifteenth successive American cham pionship. «- ?» e The Larkin Benefit. j On November 2!i the League of Xew j South Wales Wheelmen will hold a State! championship race meeting at the Sydney j Sports Ground in alt! of the family of the late Sergeant E. It. Larkin, M.L.A. The trustees of the ground have given the use of the ground free. * » ? Motor Cycling. Next week-end the attention of motor cyclists will be centred on the 24 hours' reliability trial from Parrninatta to Mt. Victoria. The course forms a big loop, and will embrace 1'nrmniatta (start), Hampton, Bnthurst, Orange,...

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

THE ATHLETIC WORLD. The nthletlo world is fairly quiet at pre sent. The Botany Harriers made a start I with their championships lust Saturday, j nnd will conclude them to-day at the Ana- | trnlian FnothnI) Ground. The liast Sydney Club will commence Its championships at the Sydney Sports Ground this nfternoon. I In the Botany .Harriers' Championships, j J. J. Wiilshe won a double— the 100 yards J and 440 yards.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915

BOWLS. ! ? i The competition bowling season will be ! very short this season, as a start will not ' be made until January S. It was originally Intended to begin next in. mill, but owing to the Inability of several sreenkeepers to have their grounds ready in lime a [ postponement was decided upon. j We regret to state that Mr. George Raf- | fan, a meml'ier of the Hnndwick Club, and ? an ex-president of the Xew South Wales ', Bowling Association, is ill. Mr. Ruffmi Is i one of the most popular inanipulat'.is uf ; the biassed (spheres, j

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 GREAT FRENCH REMEDY. Or. Oaaton Mcifcie^'s System, for tKe Absolute Cure of Tbe System Invented by that great French rhyslriun ami CMhililbV, Dr. Goston Menler, consists or eight Mi'dlcammts, Fluids. Apparatus,, etc., nnd Is the most complete anil com prehensive Trcutnient for the cure of Cuturrh ever thought or. It has bnd a seventeen years' trial In nil parts of Europe, nml I lie result Is that some thousands of medical men art: pre scribing it to their patients. It stumps the disease from the system, not In the ordinary way by means of Inhalants, sprays, etc., but In a rudicullv different nnd scientific way from that usually adopted for the cure of Catarrh which, as every medical man knows, is most dltfli-ult to cure. Catarrh Is inflammation or the membranes of the body. It comes in the Throat, Nose, Lungs, Air l'ussuges; Stomach, l.lver, I? TO I? 1? SEVEN DAYS ff / w K Fj Fj tbial 01JT- j/~ M MUfiJ m VALUE *J] For I/- in stamps, to cover cost of Postage, Box, Packing, &a...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ACROSS AUSTRALIA—IN THE TRACK OF BURKE AND WILLS. (All Rights Reserved). Photographs by arrangement with KODAK (Australasia) LTD. FIGHTING THE DROUGHT FIEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915

ACROSS AUSTRAL1A-IN THE TRACK OF BURKE AND WILLS. (By FRANCIS BIRTLES^ (All Rights Reserved). Photographs by arrangement with KODAK (Australasia) LTD. ^ ? JJ FIGHTING THE DROUGHT FIEND. Here a grim battle is being fought with the drought ? fiend. Hundreds of cattle and horses arc watering at one small well, Which gives out barely enough water tu sustain life in them' nil. Three men toiling like slaves, are busily engaged night ;&nd day in bailing for the' bellowing, kicking, and struggling animals. Any cessation of their efforts would mean the perishing of scores of.. dumb creatures. At night, in the glare from a torch, strange sights are to be seen. A blackfellow hunts the beasts nway until the troughB are rilled. Dingoes and night animals rush down to the water, hiive their fill, then hurriedly decamp. In Hip hlnck background gleam Grass country. This grass is used by the natives for making nets. ' hundreds of eyes, and thero ariso the continual roar of. the Impatient and ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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