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OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917
OUR LETTER BOX Comrade scuds a letfer of welcome to—. Dear A\pit Dee,— . ' ,.,.«. I am very pleased to be, I hope, one of the first Young Australians to welcome you into our midst. I hope all The Mirror's young people feel the same as I do; also, . I hope you have no end of welcoming letters, aud in time be surrounded with good feeling and comradeship from all the boys aud girls who ap preciate you and look upon you as u good sort, or a jolly ripping pal, like they did PhyllUla. Alas,! our old friend iB gone, but that is no reason why we should forget her. So amidBt our greetings and goodwill towards you, our new friend, we will still remember and love our old one, whom 1 am sure, in her turn, will not forget ub. I still mean to be an ardent aud enthusiastic correspondent of the Y.P. page »? of yore. (Dear Comrade,— 1 thank you very, very much indeed for your eliarmlng letter. I hope, too, that you will never forget Phyllidn,' who was, and still is, so fond of all her. young friends...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917
FURTHEU HESl'LTS OF THE fcAST I'lllXE COMIMSWnoXS. CLASS D.— This competition wub not so popular as Phjrillda had expected it to bo. Tho prim-winner was Piinelca '(D«lton-road, Mwiiian), and her ? story is pub- ? Helled to-day, — -A certHkutp was awjnled to each of the following: M. Hdlar «.'oointO. (.Veil Ikai'er (Bul liiain), ami Ken McCrcriic (Ktrutlitleid). First-class Honors.— White Violet (Urafton), h. ' D. ?White (New-cuttle), Alien Cox (Maitlaml), I1'. MeCredle (Stratlifleli)), Tommy ((Jordon), Bert Wood (Gordon), John Colin Hayes .(Auburn), Klule York (Wuverlcy), llolibic Morris (Mairickvillc), Mj.v Hluck (Ilumli), Kutli Iren Taylor (Orange), Kathleen Muck (liulimtin). Aurora (Manly), Pluck (Auburn), Tuuibu (Wollftoncrnift), Amy Ranger (Mosman), Vincent Hardy (Wuvcrli-y). Neil O'lloiirko (Syilni'.v), Weary Willie (Port Miuiiuuiw). (Class D Second and Third C'lutK llonui'd will a'ipcar iiCKt week.) NEW COMPETITIONS FO3 JULY AND AUGUST CLASS A.— This claw ' in, us ueuhI, only...
USELESS DREAD= NOUGHTS III.-SUBMARINE AGGRESSION THE SUPREME WEAPON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917
USELESS DREAD NOUGHTS ? ? ? e- ? III.-SUBMARINE AGGRESSION By E. ASHMEAD-BARTLETT. (Specially written for The Mirror.) THE SUPREME WEAPON. If the exact role that the immense battta fleets will play in the warfare of the future is at present extremely uncertain and ill-defined, the future of the submarine and her lines of development are perfectly clear. They will bo the supreme weapon in both attack and de fence. I will deal with their defensive rolo first. Owing to the danger of submarine at tack, battle fleets cannot protect a coast locally against sudden raids. The main fleets must lie at anchor in some protected harbor, leaving miles of coast exposed to attack by the enemy's fast cruisers. The battle fleet is useful for only one pur pose, namely, to be ready to meet a similar fleet of the enemy should it be put to sea. Up to the final moment when the leviathans join issue for the final struggle for supremacy, tho battle fleet is more of an encumbrance than an asset. It is all ri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917
Battle Film by Hid Excellency the Imperial Command, under A*ft_-ft_ Governor-General, the Distinguished \ YpBBsnBt Sir Ronald Munro Ferguson, Patronage of WSHWiP Q.C.M.G. ^innnnrtesa^^ °UR TR00PS a^^^^^^^^1 ~ MIGHTY VIVID RECORD OF THE GALLANTRY OF J«S^«i^W»ffl«r AUSTRALIA'S SONS AT POZIERES, THE BATTLE OF THE mm$mW^®- ancre, and the. advance of. the tanks. .-???? ? m 5BKj$||8pj 1/xfflik Commonwealth Government Films presented bjl ? Si w^rftE&rtS^^ -^'le ^ar Office Cinematographic Committee. i W^m^n GRAND SEASON OF SIX NIGHTS AND 1 WmXffllL FIVE MATINEES, COMMENCING AT THE . ||ww% TOWN HALL, SYDNEY I p -' NEXT MONDA Y NIGHT AT 8 Proceeds devoted to the Australian Repatriation Fund. PRICES : 3/, 2/, and 1/ (Plus Tax). PLAN at PALING'S. ' Sole Booking Directors ? AUSTRALASIAN FILMS, LTD. ~
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917
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IN THE LIMELIGHT LATEST THEATRICAL AND MOVIE GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. Nothing But Marie Tempest. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917
1 N TT'H E~ — '~'~' LATEST THEATRICAL AND MOVIE GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. Nothing But Marie Tempest. , Thelre-»s in the production of Good Gracious, Annabelle, something that probably makes it unique in Australian dramatic history ; here we have an American farce-comedy played entirely in English. From first to last there is not a trace of what we rather vaguely call American accent Mias Marie Tempest is daintily Eng lish, Mr. Graham Browne is drunkenly English, Mr. Harvey is furiously English.'bnc or two pf the others arc Australian-English, and the rest are just English. This makes everything amusing and incongruous, because the incredible things the people do are so American as to be almost exasperating. In any casci the play this time is Marie Tempest. The others wedge in chance bits to support the superstructure, and that is all. The comedy is Marie Tempest, the whole Marie Tempest, and nothing but Marie Tempest. Not a Burlesque. Marie Tempest's part of Annabelle Leigh undoubtedly sui...
THE TALK OF THE TOWN France's Day, [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917
FAlKor™TOWI1 BYTATLER^ France's Day, The wonderful enthusiasm which has been thrown into the efforts on behalf of France's Day is a further example of the splendid pat riotic spirit which exists amongst the vast majority of the Australian people. It reveals the recognition throughout the Commonwealth of the sacrifices made at such awful cost by the brave French people. Nothing can be too.much to do for the maimed and sick soldiers . and the women and children who have been the. victims of the aggression of the Huns, and I am glad to' note that this feeling has taken such practical shape. According to all my reports a bumper collection is assured. Hun Bombs. I hear many indignant protests against the apparently ineffective control of enemy activ ities which makes such an outrage as the ex plosion on the 'Cumberland' possible. The general feeling expressed amongst my acquain tances is that more might and ought to be ?done by the Federal authorities to prevent these things at their sou...
WILL AUSTRALIA RELIEVE THE ORIGINAL ANZACS NOW STRUGGLING IN FRANCE? [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917
WILL AUSTRALIA RELIEVE THE ORIGINAL ANZACS NOW STRUGGLING IN FRANCE? These are two snapshots taken of Mr W. M. Hughes, Prime Minister of Australia, speaking at an open-air recruiting meeting in Martin-place, Sydney, —(Mirror Photo) This is a picture taken by the Mirror photographer of the cottage built by the Balmain Voluntary Workers for Sgt.-Major Edwards, who was awarded a double D.C.M. for services performed in the Lone Pine engagement. It was opened by Miss Ada Reeve last Sunday. Mr. H. D. McIntosh and Mrs. Rickards are furnishing the cottage. The insets show Sgt.-Major Edwards and his wife (who has just given birth to a little baby). — (Mirror Photos.) . Some of the exhibits at the Loan Exhibition of War Trophies, at the Educa tion Department, opened on Tuesday last,- showing ..relics of the Sydney-Emden action, French and German helmets, and vestments from a church- -at. Ba paume. The object in the frame is a portion of the Sydney, through which a &nbsp; shell from:, ...
Through the Eyes of a Woman FRANCE'S DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 14 July 1917
Through the Eyes of a Woman :: :: FRANCE'S DAY I am writing this on Thursday night after a round of some of the preparations for France's Day. Judging by what I have seen and heard, the scene in the city to-day will be reminiscent of France in pre-war days. By the time these words are read on all sides will be animation, gaiety, 'and spirit, Streets and corners of streets will be given over to daily decorated stalls, and the stall-holders and their assistants in varied national and Oriental costumes will be busy fleecing the passers-by. THE RED CROSS STALLS. The Red Cross Society has its abode under green-striped tents from Circular Quay to Bridge-street. In the historic spot of Mac quarie Place, where the first French officers landed, Lady McMillan and Mrs. Alfted Lee are commanding a French Fair, with hosts of novelties. Mrs. Maclurcan, assisted by her French chef, is coining dainty fish luncheons and dinners, while a select cabaret will be held in the evening. Dainty Madame Shimi...
Through the Eyes of a Woman THE WEEK'S GOSSIP Francc'a Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917
Through the Eyes of a Woman :: :: THE WEEK'S GOSSIP France's Day. It was a wonderful day (or all of us, and I am sure that every woman who toiled, as mo:.' of us did, from early morning till late evening, rejoices that the total amount collected fo* the victims of the Huns' brutalities has exceeded all our expectations. Romance of a NightiCc I was present at a cafe chantant in the Hotel Australia Winter Garden on France's Day eve when a dream of a nightie, all silk and lace, made by Mrs. Harry Austin, was put up for auc made by Mrs. Harry Austin, was put up for auction, Mr. Barry Lupino was the auc tioneer, and after some difficulty managed to get the nightie on. The highest bidder (£46) was a bachelor, I am told, but then bachelors have heaps of lady friend' A Charming Frock* Dainty Miss Morcau, who helped at the bridge party and cafe chantant at the Australia for France's Day, wore a charming frock of grey frilled tulle (a whisper said it was her own handicraft). The corsage over ...
FOR BUSY FINGERS A VERY SIMPLE LACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917
FOR BUSY FINGERS A VERY SIMPLE LACE. No. 30 cotton. MaWa chain length miutred. lrt rows 1 d.c. Id Blh cli,, ralm a A, J ch., d.c. in next. Witts a di., 3 ch., ttc. in next; rcpett to. cud. 2nd rows 2 d,c, 0 cii. for picot, 2 d.c. in each 8 da. Turn with fl ch. 3rd row: D.c. between iilcoti, 7 ch., d.c, 7 ch., d.c. to end. 4th rows 9 d.c. In loop of 7 cb,, 3 d.c In nert loop, 0 eh., b.s. buck ii: 3rd d.c, then into 0 ch. work C d.c, picot (5 ch.); now 5 d.c, to finish loop. Continue to end. FOIt inSADINO. let row: 3 d.c, picot, 3 d.c. over each 3 ch of previous row. 2nd row: D.c. in each pi cot, 3 ch. between. 3rd row: 2 d.c., picot, 2 d.c. over 3 ch,( S ch. Turn. 4th row: 3 ch., d.c. in cadi pi cot. Sth rows 2 d.c., picot, 2 d.c. over 8 ch. Thread with ribbon. _____________-
MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917
MISCELLANEOUS INVITATIONS TO WEDDING (to St. Catherine'?, Waver, ley) : The gueHs aL a linen or kitchen tea given to a ?bride-elect need riot necessarily be invited to the wedding, WATKR HATES (to J.R.. North Sydney) : An allow ance of 2/e is made for each lavatory. You have to pay the meter registration, with tlie reduction men tioned, for all water used. There is no allowance made for each person in the house, as you MifrRCSt. WKDU1NG ANNOUNCEMENT (to F.L.P., Chatmvood) : Either the bride or the bridcjrroom-cloet lias the privi lege of aiinotinclng the cngugeineut, but it is usual to get the permission of the purcnU The only reason for making the announceinct i3 to let the irienJs ol both parties know. OLD MEDALLION (to E.E.H., Vauclufc): It is quite lilicly tl.Gt local dealers could supply the informa tion, but If they are unable to do to, Eend a rub bing ami a description oi' the medallion to Dr. I. KoaiiliiBlil, 31 Dnlgcty-strect, St. KlUln, Victoria. He is a recognised authori...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917
Men who Value Health and Strength ' A#iSP!^ ': 'V^^^^^^^^^^^BfeK ' ??'? THE LIABLE HOME REMEDY FOR ' '' jH^$?i;r - S^^S^^^m- l'^^^^^^ NERVOUS BREAKDOWN. HEADACHES, Audi otner uisorcicrs or inc wcrvous oyscciii* MR. CHAS. BATES, of Haig and Haig, the popular and entertaining bandbal ancors and exponents of physical development, is an advocate of the use of HEAN'S TONIC NERVE NUTS, because of their nerve-building and strength Bustaining properties. He says: — 'I advise everyone who values health and strength to use Hean's Tonic Nerve Nuts. They help those who are well to koep well; while those who have become the victims of nervous breakdown will ^ find Nerve Nuts of great value as an aid to the regaining of their health.' Letters are being received every day from all parts of Australia sounding the praises of HEAN'S TONIC NERVE NUTS, which have worked wonders for the users. HEAN'S TONIC NERVE NUTS purify and enrich the blood, and replenish the nervouB system. They do not contain any ...
THE TALK OF THE TOWNS A New Session. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917
/w^nA-^HE^^n^f3 BY TATJ_EFl_- A New Session. I was present at the opening or the second cession of the new N.S.W. Parliament on Tuesday. These functions are shorn of much of the glamor with which they were formerly associated, but they are always interesting. I was pleased to listen to the graceful speeches of Mr. Bavin in the Assembly, and of Professor Pcden and Mr. Braddon in the Council. Par liament has gained much by the addition of irany of the new members in both Chambers. 'Seventy-one M'sL.C. A friend with a flair for figures reminds me that there were 53 M'sL.C. when the National Government appointed 21 members to fill the vacancies in the Legislative Council. Since then three M's.L.C— H. C. Dangar, W. H. Holborow, and F. E. Winchcombe — have died. The membership therefore totals 71 at present. Defiance of Punctuation Laws. Professor Peden, M.L.C., who moved the nddress-in-rcply to the Lieutenant-Governor's speech, speaks distinctly but without inflec tion. Curiously enough,...
THROUGH AUSTRALIAN WILDS IV. A Vast Lake in the Interior [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917
THROUGH AUSTRALIAN WILDS IV.*«=A Vast Lake in the Interior (Specially written for the Mirror by FRANCIS BIRTLES.) & Aa more birds were wanted, I sat down and I waited, and, by-and-by, a flight came into \ view. The speed was about sixty miles and t Increasing, but I took a chance with both P barrels, and got some birds. A blue crane and | a couple of wood duck made a bag, and the lot was soon stewing. One of the plumpest of the duclts was rolled in clay and baked in the ashes. When the cooking had gone far enough the clay ball was raked out of the fire, and there I was the beautiful white bird cleaned of the last sign of a feather, tender and juicy— a dish for a monarch. A WILD BOAR BAILS UP. The rain was coming \iown, good and steady, and we were bunked under the car, with Chance It lying doggo with us, when there was a com motion outside. After a time the dog went out to enquire, and soon there were mixed noises which indicated that the bull-terrier was busy with something...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917
WHO BUYS TIMBER? Prompt delivery and quality arc our characteristics. Large and varied stocks of all building timbers always on hand. Send us your inquiries. Price List posted free on application. VANDERFIELD & REID (THE PROMPT AND RELIABLE TIMBER MERCHANTS). Yard, Wharf and Sawmills, Iieichhardt Street, Glebe (Blackwattlo Bay). Three minutes from Glebe tram terminus. 'Phone, M 3001 (3 lines). Favor us with a trial order, and wo are assured of your regular custom.
QUESTIONS ANSWERED MEDICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917
QUESTIONS ANSWERED MEDICAL OPTICAL (Ooulbum) : 6co last Issue. JLNX1OUS (Cremonie) : Although variable, Oie tuujl period' ifl from three to flvo days. (2) Possibly to, tout write il necessary. . . JlEADBIl (Twain) : The flatulent stomacbJo disorder mutt bo met by a simple dietary, the allowance ol nnimol fond hpinir considerably reduced, lsat Elowly, rest sufflckntly alter meals, and alp a class of hot water first thing every morning, adding an occasional uallne aperient an required. Stir the following powder into a wineglass of water, ami take thrice_ dally, aJice meals : Salol 3 grains, carbonate of magnesia & crams, bicarbonate of soda 10 gruinR. PATKll (Bwnore): A simple dietary is the first es sential In the trcntnient of gastric disorder, food which Is known to disagree being altogether avoided. Sip a glass of hot water first thing on rising in the morning, and iaUe the following mixture In water after meals thrice dally: Carbonate of bismuth 0 grains, bicarbonate of s...
SUPREME SUBMARINE IV.-LESSONS FROM THE DARDANELLES [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917
SUPREME SUBMARINE IV.-LESSONS FROM THE DARDANELLES By E. ASHMEAD-BARTLETT. (Specially written for The Mirror.) The Dardanelles Expedition, if it has served no other purpose, is an object lesson on the difficulties encountered by a hostile fleet operating many hundreds of miles from it» base in the face of submarine attack. Every lesson which will apply to naval warfare in the future can be learnt from a careful study of the true facts, only with this difference. that at the Dardanelles we were dealing witlt submarines in their infancy, whereas in the future there is no reason why there should be any limit to their size and capacity. The Dardanelles Expedition did not fail be cause of the of the enemy's submarines, but on account of gross mismanagement of thd land campaign; on the other hand the expedi tion could have been brought to complete failure at the start had the German and Aus trian U boats been in a position to strike at the commencement of the campaign, and had the Turks t...