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ANCIENT HEN FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 10 November 1917

ANCIENT HEN FRUIT. Two of the boys were resting. One Was reading from a book, and the other wa» pre paring to fry some eggs he had secured from the village at the rear. .'WotVy* readin'?' asked the cook. 'This is a yarn about the Boer War— 'bout twenty-five years ago.' The cook had just cracked an- egg. 'Gee!' tie ejaculated, as he cot the .aroma of it, 'that must 'a bin the time w'en this blanky eg» was laid.' t .;...,,...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 10 November 1917

/y^^y*- 5\-'' .. ? ANTHONY HORDERNS' Men's PANAMA y^tJ^Ssir'^'*' -if^&i HATS are noted for their long-wearing Jffiiffl'$^£§$ I' % '\*\-~L a^ shape retaining qualities, and can be tl/W^m^iL-1 %L-«Jmlt%\ 'lied 'on to always look- genteel. An ttmf&tKm^m inspection of the assorted Vstyles in. the.. ^^^^P^S^^^f™^^^^^;^^' Hat Department will convince nten that ?^^^^^±1 Jl^£Mi&&F* excellence and economy combine at the No. x.'^^^^^P^^^^^^*'- New Palace Emporium. ? jL jy* 'nj'.';,vL-'.'l? ' ??.'??? ? ??? ?.?'?''?' s /j^r3)E!S-^Pn^^ MEN'S REAL PANAMAS, as Illustration No. /fil^s: v- v-'c lj Brims 2» 2*- and 2Jm., 15/6, 19/6, 21/, /'ill'^SlS- l l1*^ ?? ' v\t 25/i 28/6, 35/. ^-^^K*L_J ' '~2jaxL M^ - Similar Styles with brims 2-i to 311n., 18/6^ ^^Jiiliifr^^ Be? 25/- 29/6- 32/6j 35/- 45/- ^^^^^^K^^^^^^ Special Line with 22iu. brim, 8/6. SPLENDID -=58^^^^^^^^^^.. MEN'S5'' JAPANESE PANAMAS, as illustra No' 2 '' ^^s^** ^ tlon'No. 2, brims 2in to 21in, 15/6 and 18/6. ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUTTON HIM UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 10 November 1917

BUTTON HIM T/P. ;'; After the fourth operation to find a bullet which had been concealed in his frame, one of i the lads protested. It had been conveyed to him that there would be another probing, , and he put his proposition: 'If you've got' -to go after it agen,' he 'said, 'I.^ant you. to \do one thing to save; a lot of ' trouble.1' ' '''What.' is that?' asked the surgeon. 'Well, don't sew me up; just put .buttons^ on me that'll make it quicker for you,' and a' Sot f easier lor me.'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SKILFUL AVIATOR [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 10 November 1917

A SKILFUL AVIATOR Lieut. Stutt on the Curtis biplane in which he flew to Melbourne last week... He is expected to reach Sydney on his return journey from Melbourne to-day.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 10 November 1917

PURITY AND EXCELLENCE IN EVERY DROP. — 'lr ? ' n Doctors recommend this famous British spirit. Being unsweetened and containing a large proportion of Juniper, it is specially recom mended to those suffering from Kidney complaints and for rheu matism. TL'CKlilt & CO., SOLE AGENTS FOll N.S.W. — — B BO— MuiaataaeiuM.i.jiiM ''''iinM—iii

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOURTH MELBOURNE CUP DURING WAR TIME PHOTOGRAPHS BY THE MIRROR PHOTOGRAPHER [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 10 November 1917

FOURTH MELBOURNE CUP DURING WAR TIME ^T| PHOTOGRAPHS BY THE MIRROR' PHOTOGRAPHER * | ' wi- ??????:???? pr * 51\ ?3IJeMrBnpPSiOtMWfJC Jak0n by the ¥»r°r pho*°P;aPher on Melbourne Cup Day. (1) Mr. Beeby (N.S.W. Minister for Labor). (2) The huge crowd at Flemingtori. '^jF' I StarnJi - 5: u ? (Ptrt,ow«r °f Bronzett.). (4) Alderman and Mrs. Hagon. (S)'Tliefini6h of the Cup, showing Westcourt winning by half a head. (6) A VI -► Cde Fane ^ Mrs C^a'corbe'tt Mt 'X V' ^ ^ (^ STT\MdT- SParkes' of ? thc S^»^ Fire'krigade; Alderman Farrell and Mrs. Sparkes. 8) Miss t wauae 1-ane, Mrs. C. G. Corbett Miss Ada Reeve, and Mrs. H. D. Me Intosh, with a .group ..of soldiers.. (9) Some of the fashions seen on the course (10) West ?°urt' .** 'winner : .of the cup. (11) Mr. King q'Malley, ex-M.H.K.and Mrs. O'Malley. (12) Lanius, the Cup favorite

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HER PICTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 10 November 1917

IIKR l'lfTl'HE. His letter: 'Oca;- Mary,— I jtirf your letter am] 1lie picture of yon all rifrlii. Dear Mary, F-oiiietimes I got JioincMfk. ami when I do 1 take .vmir picture- out of my pocket and look ill it. Then I am not homesick nny more '

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 10 November 1917

THEY SAY That there lit HomctttiiiB rotten lomewliere It 964 returned noldler* ire looklim tot work in Melbourne, ? ? * Thai the Ar»t work ol the new Papal Dele* Bate, ArchblHliop Cattaneo, should be to ntcauy up a well-known church dlenltary down Mel* tourne way, ? ♦ ♦ That there i« room (or Inquiry In the De fence Department when a couple ot nwlndle/* can draw some hundred* of pounds in respect to a noldler who doeit not ex Int. . ? a ? That a builncim man ol the city locked him self In hit office on a recent Saturday nteht, and wat prlnoned till the place was opened on Monday morning. ? * ? That at an alleged society gathering on one ol the quiet beaches some whisky ttrayed into the tea— with results. ? « ? That «un baths on the beaches provide exhi bitions ot numbers of limbs which have not been standardised in the shaping, ? ? ? That if Biplane had not won the Derby, one of the pluckiest of the Sydney punters would have had to borrow railway fare home. ? ? * That a parcel left ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 10 November 1917

Business Education fa rc§- fa i STQTT'S BUSINESS COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINATION will be held on SATURDAYS, Nov 3 and 17. A FULL Scholarship entitles the Winner to a FREE Twelve Months' Complete Business Course, value £21. Excellent Positions available at the end of the Course. Call or write for Entry Form without Delay. Stott's Business College (Stott and Underwood). 70 Pitt Street 70 Pitt Street

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 10 November 1917

Senator Pearce says the recruiting campaign is to take on a new phase. Time it did.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 10 November 1917

GREAT MIRROR COMPETITION Closes on November 30 You may have a chance of winning £100 ? . -'? ? . ? * ? , . . -See' particulars on Page 11. . ? ' .?? . .' -

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SONS OF THE SEA THE TELL-TALE PAINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 10 November 1917

[?] [?] THE TELL-TALE PAINT. 'Someone's going to smart for this,' he said savagely, rubbing away with a towel. But the towel would not serve, and not until turpentine had been procured from the boatswain did his face resume anything of its normal appearance. Smouldering with wrath he went aft and re ceived his instructions from the now quiet captain : instructions to write up his daily log and present it for inspection. Then he returned to the half-deck and began to ask questions. The boys of his own watch were in total ignorance 'I'll give you all a jolly good licking if you don't find out/' said Briggs in an ugly fashion. He had long ago terrorised his messmates so that they feared him absolutely, all saving Frazer, perhaps, who was not present, being down in the third mate's room, yarning. It was little Hyatt who saw the tell-tale paint traces on Roy's fingers. Roy had splashed him self freely with the stuff, and paint has a dis concerting habit of sticking to the roots of one's ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WADDLES THE WAITER HAS SOME ADVENTURES ON HIS SUMMER HOLIDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 10 November 1917

WADDLES THE WAITER HAS SOME ADVENTURES ON HIS SUMMER HOLIDAY 1. Our old friend Waddles started on his annual summer holiday- last week, and, as he was a bit short of the needful, he decided to- work his passage down to the coast by . getting a job on the dining-car. Well, hardly had they got going than the chef discovered they'd left the vegetables behind. |'Now what are we going to do?' he wailed. 'We shall get the sack !' BMMMMmm i .— iM«iii«i»iiiiii«^i««n«»araM 2. But was our Waddles dismayed ? No, no ! A thousand times nunno ! Waltzing into the luggage-van, he spotted a large fishing net and a farmer's scythe, and, like a flash, the idea entered into his curly cocoa nut. While the chef trailed the net out of the window, Waddles got ready with the scythe. 3. ''Now for it !' yelled our whimsical waiter, as the fast-moving train approached an allotment. And as the scythe cropped the vegetables: they were deftly caught in the chef's net. 'This is the finest railway cutting I've ever...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GUARD WISHED HE'D NOT BEEN QUITE SO UN-GUARD-ED ! [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 10 November 1917

THE GUARD WISHED HE'D NOT BEEN QUITE SO UNGUARD-ED ! 1. 'I'm going to have that window open !' wufflcd Mugg, as he collared the strap. 'I don't think !' remarked Pugg, with a sniff. 4-I tell you I'm going to have ? ?' Then Mugg jumped up. and — ? 2. Grabbed Pugg by the arm, and Pugg pushed his smeller in Mugg's facepiece. And then there was a vocal duct in which the words 'open' and 'shut' figured prominently. After which both made a— ? \ ? 3. Rush for the strap. Amid the shemozzle the window went up sharply, and the guard, who had put his head in to se: what the row was about, got it in the neck properly; as you observe.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST PICTURES OF THE WEEK MR. HUGHES ANNOUNCES ANOTHER REFERENDUM [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 10 November 1917

?jwjwwiwii i ijajurrrwwTiwiiin'1; r*1 1 im^iTfgiriTririi*iTr'TirjrrriaTTr7'L ! fimftnvmirni *,*'-?' ?-' rifn ' fTl r T '*? ultra wHTUffrarfi IMOTwranMrTHiniflil BWmrwim inni LATEST PICTURES OF THE WEEK ? nn-t-t «i«a*inliliiHliiii i ? I ill* UA^ WiTi* nrt-- J~ «_.?,.. in., s -*j-j -*.- Ui*4*lt MR. HUGHES ANNOUNCES ANOTHER REFERENDUM The top picture was taken In Sydney this week, when Mr. Hughes addressed the Chamber of Manufactures. The Prime Minister io accompanied by his secretary, Mr. Percy Dean. The bottom picture shows Sir William Cullen presenting Imperial Service Medals to ex-members of the N.S.W. Police.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERN HUNS BEFORE CONSCRIPTION THE GERMAN VOTE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 10 November 1917

lNTEiNiIUNS: BEFORE CONSCRIPTION THE GERMAN VOTE There ore four things which the Mirror desires jto nay in connection with the latest announcement of.tU Oovermiwni In cornice* tlou with Conscription. -1) We hope It U tttlll not too late for the Government to take Ita courage in both hantl« and stake its existence on the subject of rein to utt that thin Id the boldest and speediest course, one which most accords with public opinion, and iti most calculated to yield the desired result. (2) Whether the Referendum or dissolution plan Is adopted, we hope that the Government will bring Into operation the draft or district scheme of securing recruits, allotting to each part of the Commonwealth its fair quota according to population, relieving those dta * tricts which do their duty, and calling upon the others to supply the necessary deficiency. This method is not only practical and equit able, but to a considerable extent raeetB many of the objections of the .opponents to general Conscript...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KEPT HIS HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 10 November 1917

KEPT HIS HEAD. The] airmen have : to do all their thinking quickly. One. of our boys in England was 2000 feet up when it was noticed from below that one ,of the wheels had come off his 'plane. Flash signals were sent to let him know, but he could not get the hang of these. Then the wireless was operated, and he picked up the message. He dropped a few hundred feet and spiralled down on to a fairly smooth paten of the' planet, . landing jso as 'to leave the first chock of taking the ground on the remaining wheel. ' In a few yards, however, the other axle spiked into the earth, and , the machine somersaulted, uut ol tne wreck crawled the Australian and his mechanic, shaken up a bit, but fit for another fly

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRINK AND HISTORY [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 10 November 1917

DRINK AND HISTORY It yon want to write a really vivid and In forming liUlory of clvilhiatlon, write a.hUtory uf alcoholic beveruueit, The drinking habit, for weal or woe, has tor centuries been Inextricably bound up with social linage. There l» plu-» bcert which, since, no man of ueniie utemtiabla to get drunk on It. Is . rather a food than a drink. For centuries England rode to glory MM Ah klWMliw tttlUtftUA^lMW I 111* rtf lit* I*. ClittUtfl and famous ladle* in ElUabeth'it day would think a full quart of honest ale with their hearty bteakiastn, and Eli*abethan Kugland was rich In magnificent womanhood. ' And with the bur there ' was wine, which' Is the v Veritable kiny and high-priest of drinks. The one and only genuine curse of alcoholism came in with ardent spirits— from Hol land first, amKtlien from boosy Seotlnnd j till in the end good ale and wine have had to bear the sins of whisky and gin. Mr. Chester ton, himself a mighty man of flagons, has written a great sad poem on the...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 10 November 1917

Si Have you ever tried baking your own Hone-made ? 8 Bread ? It is so much nicer than baker's bread, and if you use ; 1 FEATHER SELF-RAISING FLOUR ffl a successful result is assured. H Feather Self-Raiiinc Flour it the purest end most economical Dour on the market. Just try it. §L Fr«e Offer.— Send a Id. slimp and receive free a copy of the ' Self-Robing Flour Cook B Book.'' You will be pleased with it. 1 THE Ask your S!^SL£2^.i wocer for .them S COUPONS . '''QJiffllS^' ^y^»ggg! ES^jjjS&la^^ D. Mitchell and Company, Ltd.. 153 Clarence St.. Sydney. H|~|S

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HIS SEND-OFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 10 November 1917

QIIS SKND-OFF. Out in the fighting-line the bo.vs grow confidential. One of them, asked what kind of a rend-off Mb girl gave liiin, replied that it was one of the busker variety : 'Noxv y'cr going, good luck ro with y1. I didn't want y' to go, but I'm agreeable now — an' jiift keep this in y'r mind, if I thought you was likely to funk it, noxv I'd we y' was wounded before y' got a. 6tart.' ? ?

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