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SOLUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

SOLUTIONS. ' No. 1103 (Shields).— Black: 3, 4, 12. IS; Us. 20, 20 27. White: 0, », 30, 19, 21, 22; Ks. 10, 17. While to plav and win. ? 15-31 32—11) 10—7 1—10 18—25 11—10 11—2 fl._o 10—10 2l--U 17—13 ' 2—0 and 13-29. White wins, ? ' ? Xo, 1303d (Jones).— Bladi: 8, 2i; K.' 32. White;. 23, 31; K. 10. ? . While lo piny nnd win. .' 10— 7(a) 8-12(c) 10—30 24— 28 32— 27(b).-- 7-11 12-30 81-27 23— 3!) 27—23 11—30 23— 32 and 10-23. White 'wins. (a) 10—in, 24-27, 81—24, 32-27. Drawn. (b) 24-27, 81-21, 32-27, 7-3. Wlilte wins. (c) 27-23, 7-3. White wins.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MIRROR of SPORT HORSE, FOOT, AND MARINE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

[?] HORSE, FOOT, AND MARINE -By Our Correspondents. W The Chosen are dining on turkey washed ftpwn by grape juice in pewters these days. ?Their bags have been overflowing with BcaaJI tender during the last couple of months Hhanks, to the arrival on schedule of num ;?-«?» of unbacked neddies. .-. Two of them ifpoppcd up at Rbsehill on. 'Saturday, Tonlo Wind Immortel, neither of which had pre-' iJ-iously worried the man in the box. First Honied is fully related to Wedding Day [which has also helped Ike on numerous* oc ! tensions, and previous form justified the jiS to !, vainly offered against him. T'other jffray of sunshine hails from New Zealand [Hnd 5l? success must have staggered trainer jJMasori. .Immortel's win is probably the 1 . ' .ifprcrunner of many to come from New Zea V JJIand prads. ? *!??. -' r * , . ? ??'???.- * ' ?j ,r,'^ ?. - ? I li w^len ?La penn» ruKJefl past the judge at I BRoRchill (N.S.W.) last Saturday, it was not I Bbut -'of- her turn. Since landing a fair *-??...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUESTIONS ANSWERED MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

QUESTIONS ANSWERED MISCELLANEOUS AUSTRALIAN PORT (to A.D'., Pialba):lle is still alive.- (2) Address: Leeton, Uurrumbidgee Irriga tion Settlement. ' ' BniSBAXE THOUSAND (to T.K., Isisford): We have iio, records here. Write to Mr. 0. II. Hooker, secre tary, Albion Park Jockey Olub, Brisbune. PAI'KHS TU THE TUOOPS (to U.K., Auburn): This restriction refers only to the transmission of papers in bulk|*'liut doas not restrict the Rending ot a copy of any paper to n friend in the trenches. XYAMBLA. NAT1VK W.OHU (to C.E.W., MurrickvlUe) : Nyumbla is probably an aboriginal Word. Sometimes ' tho word is teen Nyraiubla. The word most re sembling it, of wliieh we have the meaning, is .Myamblu, meaning Two Water-holes. It belongs to Uip CJunnedali diBtrict, Kx«w South Wales. HOKSB.POWEK (to Puzzled, Cabrnmatta): A stand urd liorse power is the energy required to turn into Bti'imi 301b of water per hour when the water is delivered, from a feed pipe at the temperature of 100 degrees P. Further, i...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GAME. Single Corner. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

GAME. V ? : )? Single Corner. oiiifK: Ferric White: Hoonev. 11 13 23 18 4 8 14 7 10 II) '3 7 22 18 « II) 28 24 2 31 0 2 12 36 10 22 25 21 8 12 3.-18 14a 10 2* 7 11 2f- IS 10 17 39 3D' 11 1S~ 2 0 23 27 12 10 21 14 3 8 24 10 2-i 31 82 23 w *» 1 6 23 lit 8 11 15 11 24 27 fl 13 28 23 11 1(1 1!) 15 18 22 23 IB' 18 14 13 37 20 22 11 10 ,11 7 20 24 10 17 3120 3(12.'! 14 10 3127 11 20 21 14 8 33 22 13 0 9 7 3 27 32 10 20 24 19 7 10 13 8 27 24 ' „ , , , BlHck wins (b). (a) ProlraMy While 'slips' his draw at this stage, 24 10 at oneo in belter. ? ? (b) A 'l-'crric' fine fluid). Variation 1. 24 10 23 20 17 14 2J 22 1 G 21 25 fi 0 27 23 27 24 3 7. 14 17 II) 15 ?? ?L ^ 2fl 31 ' r-, ° 10 e 10 25 30 ? 31 Ifl(c) 22 17 B 11' 8 3. 17 21 (d)lfi 11 25 22 31 27 15 8 10 14 3 8 Drawn. ' (c) 23 20, 18 14, 11 18, 14 C, 20 30. 25 21. 18 22! 10 10 22 28, 6 1, 20 31, 1 10, 31 24, 15 11 White wins — .I.- Sharp. -d) Necessary for the draw. If 23 18, then 10 10, Black wins, as shown by Drmnmond.— Selected.'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUCKLEY'S CAVE FINE WORK AT FRENCH'S FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

BUCKLEY'S CAVE FINE WORK AT ERENCH^S FOREST. l By JEAN NEWTH. What the Voluntary Workers (better de scribed as' a Great Feat of Brotherhood) have done at the soldiers' settlement now growing ? visibly up Middle Harbor has brought home to those interested in the 'housing problem' of our returned heroes the fact that no person in- possession of health and limbs can refrain from becoming merged in the whirlpool of enthusiasm that pervades all voluntary work. A PRESENT-DAY BUCKLEY. Those interested in early history of Aus tralia may be interested to know that Buck ley's Cave, behind one of the settler's homes, belongs to a present-day Buckley, whose block, though not a year old, already re sembles a farmlct of. several years' standing, with its fine vegetables, splendid fowl-run, and about one hundred fruit trees, also. bees 'and pigs. Each Sunday sees the .Vaucluse workers working on their chosen spot, which confers great f.redit on its owner as well.' THE WORKLESS WORKERS. Now that we...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THROUGH AUSTRALIAN WILDS From Cape Otway to the Gulf of Carpentaria [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

THROUGH AUSTRALIAN WILDS rFvom Cape Otway to the Gulf of Carpentaria (Specially written for the Mirror by P RANCIS B1RTLES.) ''* The Idea of traversing the Continent from ?set to sea came to the minds of my brother Clive and me when we were hunting deer in the forests of Cane Otway (Vic), and it raueht on at once. All the adventure-man in uh was awakened when we considered what might be the incidents — if not the adventures — of such a jaunt, and we re ' solved to make the attempt with a motor - car. If we got through we could have done that which had not been done by any one else— crossed the Continent from sea to sea, from north to south. We knew of the difficulties of crossing, and the chief . of these was the negotiation of the fever , swamps and mangrove thickets of the malarial coast of the northern country. I THE START OF A LONG JOURNEY. We. got busy carry. My old car, which had already been across the Continent, over - Burke and Wills' track, was dry-docked (or a thorough ov...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOLUTION OF No. 1052 (FINK). [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

SOLUTION OF No. 1052 (FINK). Position.— )Q0, 8, 8, OKU, 2p3, 3X3J1, 3KPH, ulrXl. -r-Mute iu twiL ' Key: 1. Q— K 5. Solved b.v D.G.M.. BuimIuIktit, Q.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

f S WHO RI'IV^ TIMRF'R^-'-:- if „' Prompt, delivery and quality aro our characteristics i?1)1 j Large and varied stocks of all building timbers- always on hand Sfiifl us your V' inquiries. Piico List posted free on application. » & VANDERFIELD & REID lip, /;,-; , _ (THE PEOMPT AND RELIABLE TIMBER MERCHANTS). |j§|$ s[/r .Yard, Wharf and Sawmills, Leichliardt Street, Glebe (Blackwattlo Bay). ] §|ip 's|i£'v^ jVnJhree minutes from Glebe tram 'terminus.- 'Phorie,, M 3001 .(3 'lines). [HH ^^-jSE'iyor ulT'Yvitli a trial order, and vris aro assured of your regular custom, HE! ! . lS:Tv;7II'

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CHESS & DRAUGHTS By J'ADOUBE. PROBLEM No. 1056. By P. F. Blake, first prize Western Daily Mercury, Plymouth. Black (10 pieces). [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

CHESS & DRAUGHTS By J'ADOUBE. PROBLEM No. 1056. By P. F. Blake, first prine Western Daily Mercury, Plymouth. Blaclc (10 pieces). ' White (12 pieces). 2IJG, pK2P(j2, QnSP.Vl, NJP1UMJI, 4p]pl, 'r, b2b2nl, B4n2. White to piny and male in two movca.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

For War Purposes only. A DCPOOIT OP 17 0 will purchase a Oortlfloato for £1 £4 7 6,, i, £B £3 IB O „ „ £1O £43 15 O „ i, £BO £87 10 O ,, „ £1OO . £875 0 0 „ „ ' £IOOO Pnynblo 3 year* from date of purehavo. OorlificatOBaio transferable by delivery being payable to bearer, are exempt from the Wealth Levy, free from Commonwealth and State Stamp Duty. Intoront free of Commonwealth and State Income Tax. Every Man Can help Win the War by participating in the War Every Woman Saving Certificates. Every Certificate purchased Every Child helps to bring victory closer. Application forum and »11 Information at all Bnnkt, Slate Savings Banks mid Money Order font Offices. Savcand banofit yourself. Buy Cortiflcatoa and toonoflt your country. wL COMMONWKALJII HAKK Of AUKTKALU. ttfll MtUrth, 1917 ? ^* w««iiiJW'MBWMUiy.t«iwaMrt^^ HEAD OFFICE J^Oflplae^ BYDNEY. forpanu General Banking Business pM&» Cities and Town* of Au»tr«lia, London, Tidworth (Salisbury Plain), and Rabaul. Cablo rrniittatir...

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DRAUGHTS. PROBLEM No. 1167. By H. Tonkin, Falmouth. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

DRAUGHTS. PROBLEM .No. 1167. ' By H. Tonkin,. Falinouth.' Illack: Slon 0, 7, 30, 33;, King 15. - White: Won 17, 22, 23, 21, 30. White to play ami win.

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

THEY SAY That the Royal Communion into the con duct of the Post Office should be fol lowed by a Commission to conduct the business. * * * That Premier Holman, of N.S.W.. has made a fine imprestiion on the orators of Eng . land. * * * That three of the strongest Unions in N.S.W. are likely to never relations with the PX.L. * * ? * That the night-prowling flapper on the streets of the big cities is one of the pests calling for extinction. That ex-King Constantine goes out of office on an allowance of £400 a week paid by the British Empire. .. * * . * That there will be some vigorous protests against the retrospective ' war profits tax, , ? * ' - * ?. That a good device for the banner of Kaiser would be a bloody hand-rampant * . ? ? * .-'.*. That systematic baby-slaughter in the early stages of infant life proceeds In every State in the Commonwealth. * ? * ? ?'? * That the unexpected return of a reported missing soldier has disturbed platonic relationships' in a swagger family.' ? ; ? ...

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BRILLIANT GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

BRILLIANT GAMES. (1) Won b.v H, E. Bird, the English expert, from ]J. Hnrncs. K- » Gambit. . , 1 P-K 4 V-K i 8 «?(} 3 P-IC H i 2 P-KB 1 l'sl1 Dl'.B 3 Kt-K il 3IWB i (J'll 5 oh 30 Q x Q Kt x Q i K-Jl 1 1M} 8 U K-Kt ?- P-H 5 S Q-B 3 Kt-(J B a J2 n-at 2 ? P-ll fi eh « P-K Kt 3Q B3 1:5 Kt s P R x Kt ? 7Q x P Kt-QS J14 JCs It imU Black mates in four moves. (2) Four Kts' Gume. Forgac* v. Duras. 1 P-K i P-K 4 10 Kt-K 2 Kt-lt 4 2 Kt-K B 3 Kt-Q B 3 M Kt-Kt S Q-Q 3 8 Kt-B 3 Kt-B 3 32 K-ll 3 (u) JHC 4 4 B-Kt 5 B-K 2 33 P-K 11 3 Ktx Kt di 5 Castles CVtlce 3 1 P x Kt H-H 4 0 B X Kt Q P x B 35 P-K 5 (b) Q-K 3 7 Kt X P 1MJ B 4 30 Q-K 2 B x Kt (c) 8 J*-Q .'I IMC 1 17 It x iB II X P !) Kt-B 3 B-K Kt 3 IS Heslffiw (a) Is! Kt. x Kt mny have been better. If 12.., 31 X lilj 18 P-K 5, Q-K 3: 14 B-B 4 etc (I)) While could tr.v 15 13-a 4. If 'then 13... O-K 3; 30 ft-K 2. ^ (e) 'J'lierc is no defence. If Q s B, R x P eh, etc. Of if ]? x B, Q x p nh mid mates next move. (8) Riiy Lopez (Cozio Defence). 1 P-K ...

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"THOU SHALT NOT KILL" THE LAW'S TWO POUNDS OF FLESH STATE AS ASSASSIN [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

[?] THE LAW'S TWO POUNDS OF FLESH STATE AS ASSASSIN ByJ A. FOURNIER. 'Thou shalt not 'kill.' It is a precept as good for the Law as for the 'other mur derer. 'Thou shaltfyiot kill.' It is a com mand, plain, ffflftjfetet . unconditional. It does not say ttnft thou shalt not kill save as enacted by Alfred Stephen G.C.M.G., whose law prescribes the gallows for iio fewer than thirteen offences. . i' 'Thou shalt do no murder' is a State church revision of this original mandate. A revision made by clerics, who, to circu late the existing order, had the nerve to sub-edit their own alleged God. 'Abolish capital punklhment — let Mes^ sieurs the assassins commence,' said-AV. phonse1 Karr. But the State is also tjie assassin. Why should it not begin? Ex ample is better than precept. The State's example is that it hires social outcasts as executioners of murder for the sake of personal gain. 'You see,' said Nosey Bob, the Sydney man- choker, 'it's not a bad billet — ten bob a day rain or shine....

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IN THE LIMELIGHT LATEST THEATRICAL AND MOVIE GOSSIP HY SUZANNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

[?] LATEST THEAT1UCAL AND MOVIE GO8B11' BY SUZANNE. Nancyc Stewart plays the Lady Olivia In Melbourne to the Sweet Nell of her mother. * # # j Cyril Maude's make-up a«. Grumpy io re markable—it quite transmogrifies htm. . ' ? * # Dorothy Cumming, the North Sydney girl, plays ? Grumpy's grand-daughter, in Mel* ' bourne. ? W W » I Nellie Stewart's reception at Melbourne Tivoli (late Opera House) was so enthu siastic that she was quite overcome, id * * Leslie Woods, who plays Sir Roger Fair fax in Sweet Nell of Old Drury, had a think ing part in the original Australian cast. He says that Nellie Stewart taught him all he knows, Melbourne playgoers think that Phil Smith's Dondidier in The Pink Lady is made-up to resemble Pickwick. The resem blance is quite accidental. So far it is Smith's best Australian performance. - A * ? - * Most final acts are weak, and merely serve to .present an inevitable conclusion led up I to by all the preceding ones. Penelope is different. . Utf last act is i...

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 — 30 June 1917

[?] By ML C. RAMSAY, Author of 'With Aimless Feet,' 'James Ogilvy's Experiment,' v ' 'Stephen Martin, M.D., 'In Royal Service,' etc. COPYRIGHT. Published by arrangement with Canispll and Company, Ltd. lOur readers are informed that all char acters in this story are purely imaginary, and if the name of any living person hap pens to be mentioned, no personal reflection is intended.) SYNOPSIS. Pauline Cairns and Jlin Lester, a young aristocrat, line been married' by Scots law. One or thn ivitn'ccEca, however, is dead, und the other has disap peared. Pauline is abandoned. Her stepmother -drives 'tier from her liome, and *he goes to her old rr nuree, \\lio has married David Hobs, a. mill hund. 1 ' ' PBuliuc'a -child Is born, and Pauline dies. The With '.- --f her son in unknown lo Mm. Cairns and to taster. !;' The dying girl had expressed the wish lliut the child '\ \ should be lirouglit up as the aon of David Ross und i, Ills uifp, nnd should marry a girl of the working 1' classes befot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

1 Smoker's Specials f r^VS BVNOIi TOBACCO, liiiiheM gru'1« Virglnliiti. natural aroma. J r t. \tt A-«-ai-d«d 4 cold medals. IJark or Hjtht, plug und cut. . Afi^&jL Bnmplo, 2o«. pkt., lid.; or a pound, O/e (poBt free). J X-S^V*^ CIO-ZAO OIOAHBTTB TOBACCO, highest grudo -Imported. f/^'«fe4V . Very mild, will not dry tho throat. ITnmttl for K« Yf ^2»X ?-? '-^, quality utid purity. lot. pkt., -with, book of Oij;ur«tt.e I *? 'n. TDSlO' '*~ ? J'apers, 94. (post free). ttfJV'i) \y/ - jStyJ SWEET CEOP 8M0KINO MIXTUEE, nudo in England, renlly /At''-, JlJh*Z? 5l- dellchtful, noted for Hrf rare cxoelleni-e^ subtle charm, uni Jt1^^ L/joVL*-. ??'fc-v wqulsitefluror. Put up in hermetically seolcd tins. & maff&rty&U foaUMng Hoi., I/- (post free), or 8 tins, 8/- (post wy/ Wgl I . ^i&g^Jf QOLDBN KEY OIQABS DE LTJXE. — Every smoker who knows .'/Of v /t^&W&i th« supremo «ixcc1lence ot these famouu Engllsh-mada i' \l% * ?» Ul^^ffl Clears buy« Ihcm...

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WINE-SHOP OR [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

WINE-SHOP OR . ? ? ' Back-from-the-Front writes : 'We saw some lively times in Cairo — before Salvation Mac. insisted on the place being cleaned up a bit. I have seen something very much- of the same variety in some of the so-called wine saloons of Sydney, and I think when Mac. comes back there will be a lot of work for him. S6me of these places — not all, mind you— might be differently styled.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

IW 'Not the name of a thing, but the mark of a service' J is . , ^ ^ , ????,-??.' ''Ill ' ?'H/\ ' v'l ' ?' -''i'- ' ? ? ? - ' %''? ' marked '^ W .. ^AUSTRALIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. : ?' ;'' '.'Mazda House,' Cr. Wentworth Avenue and Goulbum Street8- SYDNEY ^ ;', ' V ** Mazda House/' Cr. Queen and Little Collins Streets, MELBOURNE

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

A/VlyvliY v; ^Uvoio ? ? ff vigil S. a^vilUlxLlll& . - . DO NOT NEGLECT YOUR PHYSIQUE ANY LONGER I . IT IS :.*riUk VOU;.SttdULD ATTEND TO YOUR PHYSICAL CONDITION, AND TONE UP YOUR ' -.??'?'- ..V. , : , ? . - WEAKENED SYSTEM. , ; Why not Try a Course of Invigorating PHYSICAL CULTURE BOXING OR JU-JITSU ????;? ? ' WITH ? ... BJELKE-PktERSEN, 68 Elizabeth St., Sydney. N.S.W. %££&£?: BOXING— Ex-Champion CHARLEY- and HABRY EAFP, JU-JITSU and CATCH- AS-CATCH-GAN— Cbampion SHIMA COME AND SEE US TEACH. ' BEFORE YOU DECIDE WHERE TO LEARN, BE SURE TO COME UP AND SEE WHAT WE OFFER YOU SEND FOR OUR FREE PAMPHLET. ' iv.-./v..- j-- ,.--.. -3 ?.,-.,-?. SENDIfOU 'HOW TO BECOME HABDY.V or 'OOtDS IN THt HEAD AND CHEST,' BY H- BJELKE-PETERSENH i, i ' Sont Post Freo, 8/6, Anywhorb in the CounnonwealtU or tNew Zealand. ^ i^__2iiL-jiJ_iI_L_i_^iL_LL^_li£il_iilil_

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