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AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917

AUSTRALIA. By Essex Evans. . . . . O thou for whom the strong have wrought. And poets eung with souls aflame, Born ot long hope and patient thought, A. mighty name. We pledge thee faith that shall not swcrv« Our Land, our Lady, breathing high ' Toe thought . that makes It lore to serrt And life to die.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MY COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917

MY COUNTRY. By Dorothea Mackellar. My opal-hearted country, a wilful, lavish land You have not known and loved her— you will not under stand— Though Earth holds many splendors, wherever I may I know to what brown country my homing thought* will fly. o

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LION'S CUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917

THE LION'S CUB. By Garnet Walch. There is not a strong right JianJ Through all this .Southern land But would draw a Bword in dear Old England's cause. Our numbers may be few, But we've loyal hearts and true, And the Lion's cubs have got the Lion's claws.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH IN IS ABITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917

ENGLISH IN 'IS 'ABITS. Mr. Alec. Lorimore, the amiable American picture man, now with Australian Feature Films, talks more like a man from Westminster than a man from New York. This is explained by the fact that, though he is looking at this, time about twenty-seven years of age, ho spent twenty-five years, in London before he went to Canada and the States, and Is distinctly what Pete Hughes used to call English in 'is 'abits. Mrs. Lorimore arrived from America a few' days ago, and joins with her husband in re joicing over the Australian climate, 'To call this Winter,' says Mrs. Lorimore, 'oh, but it is a joke ! The air is soft and tonic, like the flavor of good wine. 1 just love it.' - And she seems to mean it. So does he. .

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SENSATION OF COLD FACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917

SENSATION OF COLD FACT. Quite, a number of people are anxious to know 'whether a straw hat is the correct thing: with one's evening dress in America, and whether, as a matter of actual cold fact, every budding American who has been at college three weeks sticks streamers with Harvard and Yale and such names printed on them all over his apartment. Or is it done for the sake of the odd sensation by the picture-actors them selves ? It would be interesting to have these points made clear, because most of our young people know nothing of America, apart from what the 'pictures' teach them. And we all want to be as friendly with America as pos sible nowadays.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
At the Movies AUSTRALIA IN ACTION THE GLORY OF POZIERES VIVID BATTLE FILMS FOR REPATRIATION FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917

At the Movies AUSTRALIA IN ACTION THE GLORY OF POZIERES VIVID BATTLE FILMS FOR REPATRIA TION FUND. For the mothers of Australia, and for the ' Australian troops themselves when they return, , are the battle pictures showing our boys in action at Pozieres, which open at the Town Hall, Sydney, on Monday night in aid of the Repatriation Fund. The chance of perhaps seeing her boy again - will send many mothers to see them, and the Eight ot a mate engaged in bombing and shell ing Fritz out of his front-line trenches is going to put it fairly and squarely up to a lot of the men of military age who will be drawn to wit ness deeds of valor in which they might have shared. For two hours the screen tells a story of indescribable warfare — not the sort of story that one expects from the screen, but, to quote Senator Millen, 'actual reproductions of the world's greatest drama that have the over powerful force of reality.*' INTO BAUPAUME. From Pozieres the films follow Australian, English, and S...

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 — 14 July 1917

FORGOTTEN OEMS. FROM AUSTRALIAN CLASSICS. Where are 'all bur friends' with the long-range, memories, for the . verse of writers of our own country? No one has claimed, the 2/6 for finding The Bush Mother, printed last week. The lines are from Rata and Mistletoe— by Dora Wilcox, of Maoriland. Who will be the first to place this— which is from the pen of one of the hest-known nf the nnoto ? THE SHEPHERD^ Australia's way Is hard to keep,, Though Bhe is bold and fair ; O keeper of the .Shining Sheep, Take her into Thy care.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TALE OF TWO CITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917

TALE OF TWO CITIES. The production of Dickens' Tale of Two Cities is an event to which patrons to the Royal have looked forward. The picture is to be screened to-night, and the selection of the actors for the leading parts is a guarantee that the presentation will be of the highest order of excellence. Some of the scenes are more than reproductions by photographic pro cess. They are works of art, and the presen tation, in addition to furnishing the story by the great master, will amount to an unequalled exhibition of scenic painting, splendid effects, and wonderful' groupings of figures and per sons. Wm. Farnum was specially secured for the leading part in the production. Names of artists (to Curious, Newtown) : Willard Mack played lead with Enid Mackey in Alloa-e. The Sydney agents of Lill of London tell us that Edna Flugarth was the lead in that film. ^ ?

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOX AND TRIANGLE FEATURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917

FOX AND TRIANGLE FEATURES. Virginia Pearson in a five-act Fox drama, Bitter Truth, will be seen at the Empress Theatre all the week in addition to a five-act Vitagraph feature, Clover's Rebellion, in which Anita Stewart appears as star. Robert War wick in A Girl's Folly will be the attraction at the Lvric for Mondav. Tuesdav. and Wed nesday, to be replaced by Wild Winship's Widow, a Triangle drama starring Dorothy Dalton, on Thursday. A two-act Fox comedy feature, Her Father's Station, will be' screened all the week. Wild Winship's Widow, starring Dorothy Dalton, a Keystone comedy, and other items, constitute a strong programme for the first part of the week at West's Olympia, to be replaced by Price of Silence, a five-part Fox film on Thursday.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNION THEATRE PROGRAMMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917

UNION THEATRE PROGRAMMES. Charles Ray and Sylvia Bremcr in The Mil lionaire Vagrant,' a five-act Triangle drama, and -June Elvidge a'nd Carlyle Black well in The Page Mystery, a five-act World feature, are announced as the main attractions at the Lyceum this week, supplemented by a Key stone comedy, Winning Losers, and a Pathe American Gazette. E. H. Sothern, the eminent Shakesperean actor, makes his first screen ap pearance with Peggy Hyland in a five-act drama, The Chattel, which will be screened all the week at the Crystal Palace'. Oriental Love, a Keystone comedy produced in India will be included on the programme; ? ? ?

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917

Books for HOME BUILDERS 'HE INVITE YOU TO CALL I1E1IE AND LOOK T1IH0UGH. OUH BUNGALOW UOOKS; WI113THEB YOU UUY OK NOT. AUKTIULIAN BUNGALOW AND COTTAGE ° ****{ HOMK DESICWS. 80 dcslgnn, nhowlne » variety of plans and elevations by II. A o /o Prcvott -?. ? ;. . ? S/O SWEET'S BUNGALOWS gives photos of beauti ful designs, showing special originality am] . /« ?ome excellent vIcwb of interiors .. .. . ? 4/ a. PRACTICAL BUNGALOWS (Los Angclcn), with o /?» Boor plann and interiors , . .. ? o/o CALIFORNIA BUNGALOW HOMES fchows 'the latest development In convenient liomo build- O /o Ing of one and two storeys .. -4 „ ,. . u/£ TYMCAL CALIFORNIA BUNOALOWa. a coV lcct:on of 1ho most artistio bungalows In Loa Angeleii, Pasadena, ctc.K with plann and O /o Interiors .. ., « ? ,. .. „., ,, ,,. l4 -4 O/O LITTLE BUNGALOWS, thirty small bungalows 1 /?» of neat design, suitable for AuKtralu. ? 1/f KOZY HOMES, artlriio littlo houses Bhowiug t /in conveulcnoc and economy in construction .7 -/lv Port Tn\ I...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917

TIVOLI THEATRE ... EVERY EVENING AT 8 Harry lUckardo' Tlvoll Theatres, Ltd. ( Ciuvrrolnff Dirertor, Hush p. Mclntoih. THE WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS COMEDIENNE, MISS 'She is more than a Great Artist.' KxiTllrnt Vaudeville in addition, including' MR. TALLEUR ANDREWS, Operatic Star Plan Xii'IioImhi'b and Thoil. 'Phono DtHU for itctcrvcH. Palace Theatre NIGHTLY AT 8 MATINEfi,^ WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 2. SYDNEY JAMES and JACK WALLER present LOOK WHO'S HERE A Whirl of Laughter and Gaiety. Prices : 5/-, 3/-, 2/-, and 1A Saturda- Night : 6/-, 4/-. 2/-, and 1/. Place it where the pain is I ' ' and the pain will stop, : Good News for Sufferers, pi; For Mother— for Father— for Son— !? for your Daughter ? for Baby ? it :' carries a message of relief from pain 1 '1 WawnV I ! Wonder- Wool ! stops pain— instantly! &&a\ .When Neuralgia ^6K«-tf* holds you in its ag 4|&\^Y onising grip — when /?k^V the tortures of Lum tf^'|l V_^— -car' Cough distrubs your ¥ | e^EHF* peace — whe...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917

MAKE COUGH MIXTURE AND SAVE MONEY. The cost of cough mixture usually amounts to a considerable sum . in the average family ; but it need not necessarily do so, as anyone can, in a few moments, make as fine a quality Cough, Cold, and Sore Throat Remedy as money can buy. All that has to be done to make a pint of mixture is to obtain a bottle of HEENZO (Hean'B Essence) and dilute it with water and sweeten according to easy directions printed on the label. A pint of ordinary re medies would cost at least. 12/. HEENZO (Hean's Essence) costs only 2/ (by post 2/3), and is obtainable from all leading chemists and stores, or from G. W. Hean, Manufacturing Chemist, 178 Castlereagh-street, Sydney.— Advt. I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917

TOWN HALL SYDNEY. SATURDAY EVENING. 8 O'CLOCK. SATURDAY EVENING, 8 O'CLOCK. - FRANCE'S DAY COMMEMORATION FRANCE'S DAY_GOMMEMORATION MOSS ,A. OHAYKT, President d'Honneur. UEVIU.E MAYUAN, Esq., President. ' ^ OBAST- MUSIOAT. OELEBRATIOV. GHASD MUSICAL CELEBRATION. Plenty . of Good Bette at 8/ and 3/. .. . Plenty of Good Beats at 8/ and «/. Bewrrei «eat», 6/. MAONinCKNT PROGRAMME. lUGNinCKNT PROGUAMUK. ? Help to Swell' thfr Fundt Help to Swell the Funds; «nJ enjoy yourself »t the wne time. Box Plan at Aengcnhejr«ter'a, Grorge-rtrcet, BOOK KMU.Y. ? . HOOK KAHLY. .. - The thanks of (lie Committee are due to Mean. W»d dyigton, Ijimil&l, (or their kind courtesy in foregoing too uk ol the Hall on thU ©cession. A. STAKLRY WARWICK i lion. Conceit ltCW.ANil- F08TB8 I Ol*»m«ew. 'AZELOL' FOR RHEUMATIC AND OTHER PAINS. To all enquirers needing, a Reliable Remedy tor all bodily -aches and pains, such aa Rheumatism, Lum b«go, Sciitica,. Aching and Stiff Joints, Sprains, Bad Back,. Sore Musc...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AS A MAN SOWS COPYRIGHT. Published by arrangement with Cassell and Company, Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917

I AS A MAN SOWS By M. C. RAMSAY, . Author of 'With Aimless Feet,' 'James Ogilvy's Experiment,' 'Stephen Martin, M.D., 'In Royal Service,' etc. COPYRIGHT. . Published by arrangement with Cawell and Company, Ltd. [Our readers are informed that all characters in this story are purely imaginary, and i£ the same of ? any living person happens to be men tioned, no personal reflection is intended.]

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917

'I FELT EXTREMELY WEAK I AND COULD SCARCELY WALK.' '?'I was Laid Up in a Hospital.' BUT AM NOW COMPLETELY RESTORED AND MY SLEEP IS RENDERED MOST REFRESHING. THE WONDERS OF CLEMENTS TONIC THEBE ABE MANY Business Mon in Sydney to-day who foci! the 'effect ' of the groat heat, tho strenuous times caused by the 'War, and thp worry of business to such a degree that they are more dead than alive when the day closes— nlmost too fatigued to reach homo. To those men the Letter pub lished below by a prominent city accountant appeals, for it tells in a few words how jadod iiorve strength can bo restored, insomnia banished and health regained by tho use of this, well-recognised remedy, Clements Tonic. It is the medicine that ? decreases 'weakness, and, increases strength. It should be , in all houses in those oppressive days. No house is medically equipped with out it. . 200 VIOTOBIA-STBEET, '-.'.- DAELINGHUB8T, SYDNEY, U/12/1S. CLEMENTS TONIC, LTD. 'After suffering and being ill in hospital fo...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYN0PSIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917

.. ' SYNOPSIS. Pftullae Oainis and Sim Hater, a young aristocrat, kavci been -married by Soots law. One cf the wit nessed, however. Is dead, and the other lias disappeared. * Pauline i« abandoned. Heretepmotljcr drives her from her home, and she goes to ber old nurse, who has married' David noes, a mill Jiaud. Pauline's child is torn, and Paulina dies. The birth of her son is un known to Mm. Cairns and to better. The dying girl bad eorprewed the wish that the child should be brought up as uo son of David. Ross and Ms true, ana wiouia marry a girl of the working classes before claiming to be the heir of the Letter*. The Bosses remove to Briton, and in due course David obtains employment in' a mill owned by one of Uio Lester*, while young David in given a port In the office. The owner of the mill taltes a great fancy to him, but David is hated by the owner's son, a lad a year or two younger iiisa liiinself. David finds young Jim Lester annoying Minnie Gregory, a working girl, and ther...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW HAT FOR THE SPRING [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917

NEW HAT FOR THE SPRING HONOR TO WHpR This hat, which was designed in New York and described as 'the wonder hat of the season,' will interest the lady readere of The Mirror. It is made of white novelty straw, and has a white georgette brim with inserts of bright printed georgette that add considerably, to the attractiveness of the hat. — (Underwood and Underwood). The Governor-General, Sir R. Munro-Fcrguson, handing decor iti left of the picturi. THE PEACE CRANK. . : This official photograph, which was taken in a town recently entered by the Australian troops, shows the, kind of ruins left behind by the retreating Huns. — (Central News). An Australian recruit being enrolled. Tho task of passing men through the various stages of enlistment is now being expedited so that no time need be lost. — (Mirror photo), Tho Peace-at-any-vrico crank la stwalteneil from Mi rcverlo by tho unwelcome intrusion ol Mars, whos* lumuncr is about to fall.— -SandUBky Journal.; This picture shows ah Ari2 cl...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Page for Young People [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917

A Pa$e for Your% People By AUNT BEE. Dear Children, — You have been exceedingly good to write me so many letters of welcome. I should like to publish them all, but .there is a horrible bugbear on almost every newspaper called ''want of space,' so I will just publish one or two and thank my other readers gene rally. The competitions are beginning to attract attention again, and coupons are arriving freely. Some very good cows have come in lately, but I fear that some of the young people do not yet quite grasp the fact that there must be no tracing. Just draw the cow as you think she is. However, I feel sure that' I need not mention this important rule again. Are many of you interested in gardening ? If so, write and tell me about your plots, and if there is sufficient response I will persuade the Editor of The Mirror to let me have a comr petition for the best child's garden in one or two suburbs each month. The value of the prize could be spent on anything for the garden that the wi...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STAMP COLLECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917

STAMP COLLECTORS. A boy of thirteen, interested in stamp collect ing, would like to exchange letters with boys about the same age who are , also keen on stamps. If boys will write, in the first in stance, to Aunt Bee, she will let them have the address.

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