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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915
for INFLUENZA use Mean's Essence The Great Money-Saving Remedy for T COUQHS, COLDS, CATARRH Costs 2/ ? Makes I pint — Saves 10,' ?.-..;?: ? REflO 'THE MIRROR' FOR SPORTING NEWS. Printed for the AUSTRALIAN PICTORIAL. NTCWRPAPER COMPANY. Limited, by 'Tlio Worker' Trustees, St. Andrew's Place, Sydney, and Published by .Tack Michael Myers 'The ManalonsT '_ Maoly, Sydney, at the Offices oC the Company, St. Andrew's Place, Sydney.
SPENDING A DAY AT THE ZOO. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915
SPENDING A DAY AT THE ZOO. Our boys are being lionised, in London, and many entertain ments are given in their honor. They are also given outings to the various, places of amusement, and a party of them wag taken aa the guests of Lady Turing, to the Zoological Gardens, which proved a great attraction.' Hero they are seen riding on an ele phant, which appears to appreciate the honor.
SUMMER BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915
SUMMER BASEBALL. The weather was rather warm — it in the shade — for baseball on Saturday last. A feature of the play was the one-sided nature of the scores. The premiers — Syd- ney — were routed by Blue Sox by 14 to 2, Wavcrley outed Petersham by 23 to 5, and Leichhardt accounted for St. Ueorgo by 19 to 3. The scoring was too high for first grade 'ball. Wardrop, who pluys for Blue Sox, met with a nasty accident. Ho ran about 25 yards to effect a catch, but the Impetus curried him to the picket.*, one of which hurt his throat, and put him out of the game for the remainder of the afternoon.
BOXING. Demlen v. Simpson. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915
BOXING. Demlen v, Simpson. Patrons of the Itiislu.'iitter May Stadium did not go Into raptures over the Jjcnilin Simpson content last Saturday iilulil. Tim Belgian, who gave away 5!|lb. In wei»!ii, wuu the cleverer of the pair, which is nni saying much, ns Simpson's form was nut nearly up to International *tiimliir-l. Thu only telling blown landed wciv strniunt lefts and a few right kwIiirs to Hie li- .;-! by Demlen, who, however, hit --ft.-n with thn open glove,' anil also fai'.i-il to follow Ill) his advantage. The ln-fiiclitinu: was i.i' tho poorest ilc.-rriptlon. Itefeico Si-ott had to repeatedly cry 'Mri.nk,' Imt ha could have done ko oftener with advant age. Simpson proved n real grizzly when In close. ? o e The Uren-Thorn Fiasco. Tommy t.'ren and Frank Tlnnn were In have, met in Kiisrliane on Saturday iiiulit la.st, but at the 11 Ui hour the innti'h fell through. I'len Higm-il to meet Thorn .it list- !-ll-. at 2 p.m., whereas Tlmrn wiinteil ringside weighing. As 1'ren refus. ...
HOW NAVAL MEN KEEP FIT AND TRAIN FOR WORK ON LAND AND SFA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915
HOW NAVAL MEN KEEP FIT AND TRAIN FOR WORK ON LAND AND SFA. The fighting at the Gallipot! peninsula requires that the men of th« navy ? - shall ba trained in trench and dug-out work. This picture show* naval . .. ' officers training for land work, including bridge-building.. : ?':'.?£:?.;'? 'AH hands to bathe.' Few p'pes on board our warships 'are. ob6yed. with greater alacrity than this. Being debarred from recreation on ?horey every ?ncouragtment is given for '? holding sports on board. A boat is ? always in ' '. , ' ' attendance in case anyone should get into difficulties. ?- . ? ;' ? - ' ' .- , -i ' .
A FASHION LETTER FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915
A FASHION LETTER FROM LONDON. (By RITA MACKENNAL). LONDON, Sept. 20. Dear Hetty, — The mysteries oC the coming season's fashions are at last revealed — but, to tell the truth, there Isn't very much mystery nftcr nil, for it seems we are not to have nny Btartltng changes just yet. Only a year ngo we were commanded to wear the short full skirt. We are used to It now, and feel we've alwayB worn It — but shall we over get used to the latest command? Betty! we are to relinquish our straight und curveless figures — the waist is slowly but surely returning- Pnrls Insists upon It — and there Is no gainsaying Paris; still, take heart — with a full gathered skirt, It Is fairly easy to appear to have a small waist without the agonies of tight-lacing, l'oucetto has returned from Paris, the pusHessor of. several delightful creations — she says she has wallowed In frocks and hats for two solid weeks, so is full to thu top of her smart little head with all the latent novelties. I have, of course, ...
SOLDIERS' MAILS. A MOTHER'S PLEA. (To the Editor of "The Mirror.") [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915
SOLDIERS' MAILS. A MOTHER'S PLEA. (To the Kdltur nf 'The .Mirror.') Kir,— I take 'Thu Minor' every Sun day, and am glad we haw fiioli a l'rnr less gaper to take our purl, especially for the nuke uf our suns nt the front. You have a paragraph romemlng sol diers' papers sold as waste. My sen lc-ft here on April 13, and from that dale wo have M-nt every week |i:iper« and letters. lie Ii:ih never received imp paper, al though stamped properly. Xuw, I got a letter last week suyiiiK he has had no letters for nine weeks. He was wounded on August 7 in I.omsnme 1'lno attack, ami has been In hospital. It seems hard that the department cannot see that these letters are delivered. Smile of liis chums, that were killed had never received unn letter from their dear ones. Jlefening to the newspapers. Who can lie responsible, and what redress Is there Tor us'.' They are still asking for papers over there. I think everyone should cease Mending tiny i more papers, and let the offices do It on j their...
A SIMPLE SUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915
A SIMPLE SUM. One added to one ci|iiuls one. But, of course, the one must be won; Then add a divorce— That's easy, of course — And one minus one equals one. * ? * A RUCceSRful sale of cakes in aid of the Australian Nurses' Comforts Fund was held at Mllson's Point, when n substan tial Hum was realised. .Mrs. T. tt. IlusHell wishes to thank those who nssisted by girts of cake, jam, and money, also Misses Smith, MacCulloeh, Ueliugg, Wallace, Harvy, and Wilson, who so ably insisted her.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915
MISS GLADYS I.. MO.VC«1KPF, tlio gifted young Austnillirti operatic singer, writes: — 'I Imvu proved the value of Hvun'x Essence for preserving the cloarneHH of the voice nnd overcom ing dlHtrnsKliiB effects of a uolil.' A bottle nf HEAW'S ESSENCE onsts only -'/?? ?nd J'fcKeM OIIL' ,'-lnt ot ''-? llnmtt (Vmgh unrt Tiiroiii Mixture, us much us you can Bet for 12/- of ordinary mix tures. OMalnnWc from all ICliemlsls und St-_-s. or from ti. \V. 1JHAN. (pro. tu.ur.ru. t KEEN), Chemist, 173 Ca-tle. rmsli KL, Sydney. 8« — IS. SKIN DISEASES AND OLD WOUNDS. Nothing Is to distressing as an irrit able skin disease, yet this can be avoided i by a few applications of ordinary Horazel | ointment, whic'h will bring the skin to | its nntural healthy condition and keep it ; so. This Ointment is so penetrating that It goes right down to the root nnd eradl- I rates the cause of the trouble: it will stop j tho Irritation und subdue the inflmnnm- ; tlon at once, and build up healthy skin tissue. i For ...
MR. CARMICHAEL'S BEER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 20 November 1915
MR. CARMICHAEl'S BEER GARDEN. C.C. sends tho following regarding tho beer garden scheme: — 'When that Irre pressible genius, Mr. Carralchuel, paid his meteroic visit to Europe Immediately before the outbreak of war, he returned with a plethora of German and other ideas for our edification. One wus to In flict .the lovely German language upon school children, chiefly because, as he explained, of the pain he had felt at not being able to speak It in his Continental rambles. Now he rushes off at another tangent at the sight of thirsty recruits, and remembers the sobriety of the Ger mans, and attributes that virtue to their beer gardens. So, after all, his valuable travels, are not going to be lost to the country, and tho souls of our soldiers aro to bo saved by the German brand of sobriety. And then, because this beauti ful idea Is coldly received by somo people, tho ex-Education Minister Is hurt, and says there Is nothing German about It. With his wide knowledge, he ought to know that...