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

FREE Every woman whose: health is causing her anxiety is invited to write for a'copjr of our new Booklet of valuable informa tion, which should be in every horne.. Send 3d. for postage to Dcpt. T.M., Ladies' Col- - i leee of Health,, 54 OxfoTd Street, Sydney..

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

Scientific Electrolysis THE ONLY KNOWN CURE FOR SUPERFLUOUS HAIRS I Guarantee Permanent Removal of' 200 HAIRS for £1/1/ AND CLAIM CXJNYIN'CING SIU'UICJUOY AB A 1IKDI CALLT-TRAIXliD-, SCirNTIFIC OI'UtATOJt IA' ELEC TROLYSIS WOHK, FACIAL JIAR3AOE, AND SOALP TKEATMENT3. Evening Treatments. SISTER 'VIMARD MEDIOAUjY-TIUINED r.LI'.CTUOLYSIS EXPERT UIQl' AND SOALP SCIEMIFIC SPlXIIAtlST. 153 EtIZABETH STREET, SYDNEY, .. ;(Detwcen Part ana Market Streets). Tel. E0& AVnte or Call. Moilcrat* Fee* - ' 'Teeth TalMs by Penfist Reaney ' There's a Big Difference between wanting teeth and needing them. If you need teeth your health aoon tella ? the tale. You MUST have good teeth if you want good health. Reancy is tlie Dentist for you. Just let him look ; at ^your mouth, and see where the trouble* ^'lies. Maybe a filling or a crown will do — mayhap you need a few teeth on a plate. Whatever it is, Reancy will tell you, and charge nothing for advice. Reaney's methods of extraction, filling; and...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FORGOTTEN GEMS FROM AUSTRALIAN CLASSICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

FORGOTTEN OEMS , — ,. ....... .a, — — ? FROM AUSTRALIAN CLASSICS. v The gem selected for finding this week Is a verse from the writings of one of the most popular of our poets.. The prize of 2/6 will be sent to the correspondent whose letter, covering the name of the writer, is first opened in this office. '~ Iful the fallht have flowered and flown, and the truth ii hut in part ; Many a creed and muny. a grade for Thy puri-oee Thou Iihh undo ; ' None rait know Thee -\hat Thou art ; f atliomUu T Unknowu. j Last week's eem was evidently cruite foe-' gotten, for we received no correct solutions It was from Unfettered, by Nona-Marie Our other selections this week are :— SPIRIT OF SONG. . Thomas Bracken. Comfort of riilld and safce, vtifu'uo In youth and aff», Southing the weak and Inspiring- the strong, Illuming tho blackest night, making tbe day more bngnt, ' Oh, thou art dear to us, Spirit of Song.

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

MISC'FXLAXKOUS ITEMS. Clarence : The Hichmond: aud. tlie Clarence, were dis covered by Capt. Itous in August, 1828. Student of Scripture (Brisbane) : The most frcwicntly used -word in the lllble i» 'and,' which appeiira about 50,000 times. . T.M.C.A.5 Wu arc informed . that the activities of the V.M.C.A. ' are to ho, extended to the deep waters, ah'l that on every warship of the U.S.A. there will be a unit of the body. oTistorical (Camberwcll) : Melbourne is not yet 100 years old. J. P. Fawkner's party arrived on what is- now the site of the southern, capital on August 28, 1833. fancier (Goulburn) : It has (been stated, iu. print that the cat of which' you write— Miss Macy's silver Persian— was valued at more than £800. The owner, it is stated, refused an offer ot .this sum for the animal. It was American-bred, the winner of many championships, and. died lately fn its native country. A Little Patriot. ^ Miss Martha Myers, of Wellington, New Zealand, aged 10 years, whose photo appear...

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

SEND FOR IT TO-DAY i 5UII, OIWIUR. CATALOGUE! ReatiHo-Wear Showroom LACE, 1-ANCY MXKWi: Ut.-lIOSUIIty, GLOVES, etc. FASHIONS FOR SPRING AND SCttJfEH, 1917-13. A POafCiUD WILL BlUtfCJ IT. Hordern Brothers, PITT STIttXT, SYDXEY. ?When writing i-lca£p mention The Mirror. CHEAPEST ROOFING^ f the .nAnms material-, 107 Kon ait long, 3ft wide, tacks. an-l cemeut free. THE HARRI3 HATCH13B. that will hatch every hatchable egg, Four Guineas to Eight Guineas, each. UNIQUE liATCHEES, 12/G, 20/, and 'iSJ eadt PUREBRED POUITRY. One thousand Mr*, all leading breeds. ^ THOUSANDS OP PUREBRED OnCttENB; average price If each. Harris Original. Chic ken -Mixture is the Best. - FERTILE EGGS FOR SETTUJd. or Ipcnbatox Ljpta. - TOBACao EOWDEE. The Great Wscet Pest Destroyer. EVERYTHING IN TIIE POULTRY _ LINE. SEEDSr PLANTS. B0RUB3, TREES, fee. W. HARRIS, Senr. TOE AGMCULTCRAL pEPOT. - 756 GEORGE ST., SYDNEY

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

PLAYERS;-' '. ??? ' Victor J. Daley. The gods their faces turn ?away from- nations and their little wars ; ' -'?-'?' * '- ?? But we our golden drama play before the lootlights of tiio Stan. There lives— though. Time ^should. cc?bb to flow, and stars tihclr courses should forget — ' - - There Hvej a- grey-haired. Borneo, nlio' loves a golden Juliet'-' ? ''

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

DESPAIR. Ada Cambridge. a ' Oh, what la life, If we must hold it thus i» wind-blown sparlui hold momentary fire ?. Wliat are these gifts ivithout1 the 'larger boon 7, Oh, what is art, or wealth, or fame to tu wfeo rcarso have time to know what we dCBlre ? Oh, what h love, It we must part bo soon. 5

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NO MESSAGE. Mary Hannah Foote. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

NO MESSAGE. Mary Hannah Foote. She Jicurd tlie story of the end, . Each message, too, she heard ; . And there was one. for every.focnd, ', ?' x For her alonc^-no word. ' ' **? , ' He waited till tlie lighthouse starj , , '-.? ' v, ' Should rise against the sky.i - ' 4 t * 1; , And from tlic mainland, loaning f»r,; : : The forest so#nta hlow T-y. r ' ',' / And while for thia delaying Lut- ' ' TJ; To tee Heaven's openingi gate—'-' A to. it received him— ana was .shut — Ere he could say, 'I walt.'^ * .,-?'? * ' _

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

A C.ONFESSION. Agnes Storrie. Von. did' 'not know— our lives .were laid a So far apart— that thus I '? drew The sunsliine ot my days from you. That, by your joy my, own was weighed, Tlwt thus tny debts your sweetness paid, And of my heart's deep silence made. A lovely ' melody.

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

THE START OF AUSTRALASIA. By Henry Lawson. And this you learn from the libelled past, though its methods were somewhat rude— A Nation'* born where the shells fall fast/'or its leass of life renewed. We, in part, atone for the ghoulish strife,' and tho crimes of the peace' we boast, And the. better part qf a people's life In the storm comes uppermost.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GREY COMPANY. Jessie, Mackay. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

THE .GREY COMPANY.' ^ t ? -Jessie. Mackay. In cacU other's fac?s looked the pionccn; ^' , Dranlc the wirifi of courage all their t battle years. '_ For their weary Rowing through the world so wide,' Green they ~aw the hancst ere ths day they died.

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

' ' SA^E! , '' ' Mona Marie'. ' , ~ In tlw Lanri o' the Leal our beloved one it resting, Unfettered' by carth,-chalns of sorrow* or care; No longer the billows ot TJfe lie ' is- breasting; 1 An ! no, our beloved one is sab— over there.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUTUAL HELP BUREAU AN EXOELLENT DRAINER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

MUTUAL HELP BUREAU Urn M ? mi.* AN KXOKUMV »nAIN)')JI, Sfibft a tromn ol (out iili''»» nt vwl- u'wit tlir#-) Iiivjii* -Jft«i» ) licit dtrolWi Dim) wlro ndtlnu Unfitly fitmn, mi') «lv-i It ? -;oH ul wlilU pint «-) tint w»l#r will tivt r»H tbi) Vilio, VVwnIi ymn -;IiIiid III li'.'t wwl^i Him dip In xul'l, him! kiiyo U- ilculii, 'I'iiln »»w» t«» iowtlf.

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

C'AltH 01' VWt I'1/ANTH, WlWII you rilll tl-IMlS)|«t (-) tllijt up lib) llOUM «»'l lll« off tvuitwlM'M for a »«.'.'»»»a»'y ilimitit, Uvtk't -or«vt your hvur« plunU. A g'M plun l» (-- |-W«o -lu'i» »H ruuii'J a |-»ll lit -Y»kr. Cut »n old ftocblug lulu m mttn/ »!r«in)n tt you )itvi- plmiU, How put » itou« Into tlw foot ot tlu? tt»cl*l)iir, wlikh toot l« Klicn ji)»wd In tli* lull o( v*Wr, »nj imv «(r«ml of llw ilw;klii« pkv«-l on Melt pl«Mt to wuvvy llw wtt#r from tho pull to the plmit. Do not nuk« Ow uw»l i»l»Uk« ot w»Vln« pttiitu futlr«V, ?« It UMMmii tot «uy Wijjtth ot ttrno wet rot will al licit tbv rooU iud utterly *iM lh« plttiti.

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

OtKAKlNQ MII1U0113. ?VVtilttnff mixed to « toft |-«.*t« tfitb witcr, to wlilA ? fcw.dropa of »minyul» bav« U«u tdd«4, u *xwU«ut for clMuitutf mirror*. Hub It ou with « Mft cloth. Wlwn dry, tvAt off with ? clem, dry dutter, tud polltd with a u«vvf]i»|.vtr.

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

TO MAKB DUST1NCI CLOVTA Uatrrlal roaulrcd : Odd tenpa ot dirk blind holUud, Aiucrican clotli, or tlmlUr ntufl with a ?htny, duitprovf eurftw. Mt.Urti : 1'Uce the hind on ? ptcoo ot ptfxt with the thututi outttrclchrd, but th« Bus«n close j outline In prncl!, kavltig « good margin (or MWttiv, and pltiity of width And length at the wrirt. Cut thii out la material (doubled). «ud back-ctitch or machine ou t!ie irrong. si do. Make a hera at the end, and turn right tide out. Slip a good elairtio band ov«r tho wrist and attach with a lew *trong ttltchc*. You havo thtn a good duet proof glove at very little trouble, and which can be catlly drawn on, provided the band it not too tight. ? ' ' ?

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

FAST EATING CAUSES DYSPEPSIA few people chew their food sufficiently, and to this fact is ascribed a good deal of dys pepsia. The first action of the digestion of food occurs in the mouth — mastication and the mixing of food with saliva. Too often food en ters the stomach in a more or less unbroken state and remains undigested. A famous Lon don doctor used to bluntly tell his patients that the stomach is not a gizzard and resents being put upon. The late Sir Andrew Clarke made his patients count their bites. He said that every mouthful of animal food required thirty two bites, and he made them count accordingly. Persons who have been careless in their eat ing or from some other cause are subjects of dyspepsia, should try the tonic treatment for their complaint. They should avoid haste at meal time, and take a course of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills to restore stomach tone. They act directly on the blood, and the first response from the stomach is a better appetite, freedom from distress ...

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

HOME DRESSMAKING A BECOMING BATHING CAP To complete a battling costume a dainty cap U most essential. It relieves the sombre gown and gives the necessary touch of color. Some of the rubber caps now worn are bright and at-, tractive, the outside of the crown In many caves having a covering of silk or linen caught In at the edge with conventional or some quaint floral ' ornament . Bright color schemes of blue and red, blue and white, and red and white spots produce the' muai msunawnB taps iu wear wiwi uiacK or navy gowns. THH PATTENS' with thin week's Mirror li an up to-datu lathing cap, large enough to slip over a rubber one. . -It is finished . with a hand of material which enclrtloi' the lieud and ties in a flat bow at the front or bade, acconilnjr at it kuiIh the wearer. -UE'1\HO1- 01' Ct-ITIXO.— 1'Iucc the straight edge of the crown to a fold no a~ to avoid a sear.i ^n ilic centre of tho crown. Allow an inch all round for turnings. . ?? Cut the band double t-o as to allow enough ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR SUSY FINGERS CROCHET BUTTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 1917

FOR SUSY FINGERS CROCHET BUTTON. (Abbreviations : D.C'., double crochet ; tr.,, treble.) Here jb a pretty and -useful round raised crochet button, suited to blouses, dresses, coats, etc. (Materials : Knox's linen cord floss size O and a steel 'crochet hook size- 2J, also some ball-shaped button .moulds Jin. in diameter. Commence with 1 eh. ? l'irst Bound— Miss three chain, 0 tr. into last chain ?; slip-stitch to the top of the three chain to join up the ground. ? ...» ?'. Second Hound— 1 chain, J d.c., into top of first treble taWue up both threads in this and c\u$ lound, ? id c into ne\t treble, l di mto nett treble, mid lepsat from ? all round , lip .utt.li to one cham nrit made. Third Hound— l d.c into every .stitch Work two more rounds like the third round. . Sixth Uound— ? Miss one double crochet', 1 d.c. into next ; repeat from * jll lomid Slip the mould inlo the rover. Seventh. . Round— 1 d.c. into each Mitch, working tight! v. Fatten off, kuwng i Tew inches of thread. Take a...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERESTING INFORMATION ON MATTERS OF INTEREST MIRROR READERS QUESTIONS ANSWERED [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 3 November 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 of the Mirror. Correspondents may use a nom-dc-plume, but must give their correct name and address as a sign of good faith. I . TflK MOiUTOIIlUM. ? To JJoitgusu (Pctaakam),.. who aslu in\ information regarding the following eircumstanccB 3ii\o3- Jiitf tho operation ol the moratorium ; regulations : 'Two or three yean ago. I nold a- Iioueo to a person who paid a deposit and took over a couple of mortgages. In addition -to this, he agreed to pay me the uuluncc (as ono (.till rcmuined, Chu two mortgages and thu dciio'-lt per- ivook. Up to tho last couple of months lie has faithfully kept hi» ; agreement (a wrilten one), but ?though ho now only owe* a litlo over £0, he ntys by tej'ius of a Federal moratorium he need not puj up but only pay interest. He lias, not enlisted, thoueh -be saya.he.-w3U in ...

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