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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917

I FOUR SYDNEY NURSES [ I HIGHLY RECOMMEND I Because -they have noted that in caceo- of Weak 1 ness after fever mnd operations -and- general 1 ill-health; a rapid improvement -follows its use. tNTJBSE L..BENNETT, Tvho.has her own private hospital, 'Men- tone, ' ' Aflhburner-st., Manly, N.S'.W.y writes the' following letter :— = i CLEMENTS TOMO LTD, 'From what I know of your- medicine there id no need for rick people to say f sirewell to good health. 'I have followed the mu-singtfprofesoion f or 10 years,' and -I have observed the results xtt various' medicines on my patients, «nd I agreff'with others that1 Clement? Tonia is a remarkably #oo-a remedy I -for people who tare affected 'with bad nerve3/ melancholy, und 1 insomnia. It -certainly has ^curative ?power» and -any«delicata I ^eraon could not do better than take it. 'When exhatisteclit always I ; rgivea mo renewed -strength-'* (Signe&ymFRSE BENNETT. I -HUESE 0 'SULLIVAN, Bcdf era and Tarramatta, of 34 years* 1 ; constant...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BUTTERFLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917

A BUTTERFLY. On tl:c nllotmcirt : 'tools, my little one,' eays thr fond mntljcr, 'we what we have growu ; it is a butter «,}?.'- -(.\ux Fortifs).

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917

The Hand of the up»to=date Man and his 'Swan' Pen. Men really modern in their ideas use 'Swan' Pens because they enable them to do more and better wdrk with less trouble. In fact, the possession of a ' Swan ' Pen by a professional or a business man is a sign of his progressiveness. You will find the ' Swan ' a big help and as reliable as it is splendid to write with Standard Pattern with Safety Pattern with Slip-on Cap, from 12/6 Screw-on Cap, from 15/* Of all Stationers and Importers. Illustrated Catalogue post free on request. . MABIE, TODD & Co., Ltd., 79 & 80. Hich Holborn, London, Eng. Manchester, Paris, Zurich, Toronto, &c. Sydnky— (Wholesale only) 2 5a, George Street. v London Factory— 319-329, Weston Street, S.R. Associat ? House— Mabie, Todd St Co., Inc., New York anil Chicago.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JUST MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917

JUST MARRIED. The American 'conscientious objector.' He is i» Jolcing that he will not he called upon to figit for kc bus just married !—(Jer?ey City Journal):' ' ...'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOME DRESSMAKING HOW TO MAKE A BOY'S PYJAMA SUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917

HOME DRESSMAKING HOW TO MAKE A BOY'S PYJAMA SUIT. Here is a well-cut pattern of a boys pyjama suit, one which in easy to follow and likely to give satisfaction to the home dress maker. It is cut to fit a boy aged 10 years and takes lour yards of 36-inch material in tbe making. The pattern is in five pieces, coat front and back, the sleeve which is in two pieces, upper and' tinder sleeve, and tronser piece. The collar pattern is' not included in the pieces. It is a simple turned-down collar rounded to fit the coat at the neck, and measuring two and a half inches from the hem to the neck band. The corners may be left square or rounded in front. METHOD OP CUTTING.— Try foe pattern first to see if it is large enough to allow turnings if tho sleeve requires to 1* lengthened or shortened add to or take from both cuds so as to keep tlie elbow elope in place. Place the coat back to a fold so as to cuf. -without n ecani, and tho Eleove on the straight of Uie material. -a.cavc turnings at vil...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A SHOWER BATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917

A SHOWER BATH. The HuMian Bear has experienced ihc refreshing effect ' ;«(»'reM»lutlonary Ehowfr-bath. Observe the dismay of riH» -tww-l&ded eagle.— (11 420, Florence;.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHESS & DRAUGHTS PROBLEM No. 4 (NEW SERIES). BLACK (8 pieces.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917

CHESS & DRAUGHTS — .- ? » PROBLEM No. 4 (NEW SERIES). BLACK (8 jiiccci.) 'WH1TK (0 piece*) Xotatlon.-Jir2, OpZ, 3AV-, rtkpp, 2Q7, 4K2P, 6pNl, lbK.1. Willie to ploy and mate in tvo moves. Solution of No. 1058 (IvoEuatdn).— S, fl 11 3, 2 h 1 x k 1 1», K 1 N J r 3, 1 -i 1 B 3 N, a 11 6, 8, 8,— Mute in two. . Key : 1« -fc-n 4: Two tolvcni tend Kt— Q 7 mid Kt— K 4, overlooking that the 3U in pinned by tie It. Solved by 1 M. Maiyur, North Sydney, and D.-G.M., Hundab'crg --£/). Solution of 1050 from : B. W. Hill, Melbourne. A GAME FOR RUSSIA. rjayed in a Iluv-sian tounipy— 'Wlrite' : A. Kanansld. Black : N. Schestenikov. Opening ; Murio Gambit, 1P-K4 P-lt 4 ' 18Q-Q2 V-U4ch 2 P-X D 4 V x P 17 K-H «-l V— B 0 8 Ktr-K B3 P— K Kt 4 18 B~U fleh Kt— 1C 2 4 B- B 4 P— Kt 6 19 It x Kt _F— Q 4 6 Castles . V x .Kt eo BM) Kt 6 13-Q 2 6-JjP Q-B 3 tlB-XSdililxlt 1 r— X 6 O x 3- 82 Tl— K «n ch B— K 6 8P— Q3 B— H8 £3Jta«ch K— *B«l 9V-Q2 Kt-K 2 StOxB V x ¥ 10 Kt— B 8 -l Kt-B 3 £5 -$-K «q K— 'Kt sq 1...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHERE IT BELONGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917

WHERE IT BELONGS. . _^'?ncle Sam graspa his Dag upon «ie fields of France' The American Bagie elbigs to the Btar-spui)Bled- banner. ?-(.New York .Wall-street 'Journal).

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. CHAPTER XXV.-PASSION LET LOOSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917

[?] By M. C. RAMSAY, Author of 'With Aimless Feet,' 'James Ogilvy's Experiment,' 'Stephen Martin, M.D., 'In .Royal Service,' etc. COPYRIGHT. l'ublluhed by arrangement with CasBell and Company, Ltd. CHAPTER XXV.— PASSION LET LOOSE. That evening the talk in the Lobby was not of the usual political nature. The one topic of moment seemed to be the Newbridge dispute, And there wasn't the slightest shadow of a doubt that party capital would bo made out of ? n. : ? But even his closest friends did not really know Tames Lester. While the buzz of talk, the scoffing at one who set up to teach the country how to solve Labor problems, yet would throw a whole town, it might yet prove a whole county, into bitter conflict were at their height, the Prime Minister was frowning over a lenghty telegram, announcing Lester's resignation, frowning over it, yet feeling a genuine relief. There were those who thought that in the consequent shuffling of tbc cards another post might have been given him, but h...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917

HILDAMERE'S SPECIAL OFFER OF .' NEW AMERICAN ASTERS We have jiut received a large shipment of those beautiful Asters from America. Many of our Sydney Growers tried them last year with tremendous success. CKECO VARIETlliS. They say they far excel the well-luiown Tasmaniau drains. Crimson, Shell Pinlc, Hoso PI nit, Purple and White. l'riee, Oil per packet. Collection of the V.ve Varieties for 2/ post free. All the Varieties in Mixture, Od and 1/ pltt. SEMPLK'S BRANCHING VARIKTIES. Crimson, Cnrmlne, Lavender, Mary Semplo (beautiful Shell Pink), Purple, and White. Price,, Od pet packet. The Set of Six Varieties for 2/0, post free. All the Varieties in Mixture, Od and 1/ per pltt. HILDAMERE NURSERY CO., LTD., SEED AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 835 GEOKGIE STREET, SYDNEY. FREE Every woman whose health is causing her anxiety is invited to write for a copy of our new Booklet of valuable informa tion, which should be in every home. Send 3d. for postage to Dept. T.M., Ladies' Col lege of Health,, 54 O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917

Commonweali^tek^jtemlta HEAD OFFICE ^JW&T**^ BYDNEF. . «g??ti General Banking1 Business pX&*ai CItiu and Towm or Auttrnlia, London, Tldworth (Ballibury Plain), and Rftbnut. CM» remittances mtdt to. *nd draft* dfawn on foreign placet direct. Fortin bill* eecotlttM and collvctod. Letter* of credit iMued to -n; part of Mi* world, Sinking «n-f Exctitnee Butlnes* of orerjr dttcrlptloa tnnitcttd within the Common wealth, Unltod Kinjd»m and abroad. Current accounts opened. Intwt t paid ra ? ftutl dcpoalt*. Adrani'H made agatait approved Mourltlcs. Saving® Bank Department «/ Minimum At all Qranohan, and ovav Interest «ft QV ?/' Dftpoalt Ofinn Aoenole* AS eeatOfficM P»rannum *»/? -*«**'** in Auatmil» and Papua, up to 6S3OO INTERSTATE and IHTKBNATION&I. Baring* Dank Kadlltlte. \aJ»!l!Sli—!!^.!r..»'!rr.'Ijc''*''' /«»».**» t-*xnoy ximw, ??-»-?«- ^ ' I For War Purposes only. A DSPOBIT OP 17 O will purchase a Certificate for £1 £4 7 6 „ „ £B £8 IB O „ „ £1O £43 15 O „ „ £B...

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THE MIRROR of SPORT HORSE, FOOT, AND MARINE The Rajah's Ambition. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917

'THI P HORSE, FOOT, AND MARINE —By Our Correspondents. The Rajah's Ambition. The ambition of the Rajah of Pudakota has been realised. When he started racing horses in these parts some months ago he wanted to win a big event. Had his . eye on the last A.J.C. Derby, and negotiated for the purchase of Kilboy. Something happened to knock that on the head, and although Kilboy won the Derby, it was not in the ownership of this 'Indian potentate. Rajah was a game 'tin to buy Old Mungindi, seeing that the vet. refused to pass the animal as sound because of bad feet. The urgings of trainer Jack Finn caused the purchase of the nag with happy result that he landed the V.R.C. Grand National Steeple chase last Saturday. Same (Jay the Rajah's King Mostyn annexed the Doutta Galla Hurdle, a rich stake, from a good field, included in which was this year's Grand National Hurdle's winner, Merunqua. This' cast-off of 'Nowlan's' put it right across the position and won from end to end. Luck about this w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917

IPS NO GOOD, CUT IT, AND The Life of Happiness, Freedom, and Health 'Tls better than all the tonics and the doctors in the world, for it is the NATURAL life 1 Won't you give it a trial ? Just jump into the train and travel to Wentworthville, where our representative will meet you and drive you all over the glorious Estate of DOROTHY MOUNT.- /There are superb views, crisp, invigorating climate, sunny slopes, and good, rich soil, eminently suitable for all the various branches of agriculture and poultry farming. Only 16 miles from Sydney. Blocks of 1 to 1J acre, at £80 an acre. Then inspect a little further, and see the wonderful TOONGABBIE ESTATE, which is a worthy rival to Dorothy Mount. One mile from Went worthville, good roads, easy of access, and handy to the splendid markets of Parramatta. Blocks from 1 toll acres, from £55/10/ acre. WENTWORTHVILLE FARMS.— Only two left. These are on the Great Western Road, with the water supply — one nearly 3 acres and the other nearly 33 acres...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917

THE CALL. ? ^ When your feet are aching, a- Arc tender, tired,- and stiff ; \ fi. , List to their sharp, yet silent, call— } They're crying- out for 'BIFF.'' Chemists and Stores, 1/6 and -4/. — *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917

TIVOLI ??? LAST FOURTEEN PAYS OF MISS The World's Most Famous Comedienne. ?? ? COMPLETE CHANGE- OF PROGRAMME SATURDAY, JULY 21. Including first production of 'Half an Hour,' a tabloid piny by Sir James Borric, in which Ada Reeve , ' plays leading role. VAUDEVILLE IN ADDITION, INCLUDING MH, TALT.TCUR ANDREW'S. Plan Nicholson's and Tivoli. 'Phone 0924 for Reserves. ?IURBY RICKARDS' TIVOLI THEATRES. LTD. Governing Director : nUGU D. MeTNTOSH. Palace Theatre NIGHTLY AT 8 MATINEES: 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 1/. Saturday ?Night : 6/-, 4/-. 2/-, and 1/. ryi« w x ^^ Direction Union Theatres, Ltd. . 1 tie JLlVCeUIXl Gen. Manager, IV. Burrington Miller. E. J. CARROLL PRESF.NTS REX BEACH'S' PICTURI3ATION OF HIS FAMOUS NOVEL, 'THE BARRIER' Commencing TO-DAY. SATURDAY. JULY 21

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IN THE LIMELIGHT LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. An Added Pathos. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917

ff7^ni'prTH-E— — LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. An Added Pathos. Miss Ada Reeve has two toothers now lying wounded, but not dangerously So, in France. Since she heard of their disaster an added pathos hag crept into her emotional' songs — at least so it seems to me. I know that I was trembling On the margin of tears the other day when she sang of what looked out from a woman's: eves— the Daurrhter of Eve who neered out ; the Devil who leered out ; and the Mother of God who shone forth. She mothered the mythical babe of the last verse with such infi nite sweetness and tenderness that all my heart went out to the songstress with the voice of gold and the. magnetic presence. Mary Goes First. It does not seem to.oe generally understood that Miss Marie Tempest makes her final ap pearance in Mary Goes First, the play by Henry Arthur. Jones which she produced some three and a half years ago at the PlayhouBe, London, when lessee of that popular plact of entertain ment On that occasion...

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THE WORLD IN CARTOON. HAIL, COLUMBIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917

THE WORLD IN CARTOON. HAIL, COLUMBIA. Miss' Columbia has adopted what; might bo described m eti 'explosive' headgear. Tlio Hun doesn't appre'eiato the uew fashion.— (Indianapolis Times). -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917

COMPETITION JL3O in Cash Prizes for saving 'Shi-noleum' and 'Clever Mary*' tins The war has effected great changes. Strict economy in business and domestic life is imperative. For many years we have wasted no effort to please our cus tomers. To maintain the same excellent service which has become so extremely popular we have now to ask immediate help of our customers, by saving 'Shi-noleum' and 'Clever Mary' tins. On every empty tin returned in good order with lid on, you are allowed a half-penny, and at the same time you have a good chance of winning one of the big awards in our offer £3O IN CASH PRIZES Watch for large advertisements giving full particulars and Rules of the Competition, or write direct to us for reprints of same, which will be mailed you post free from the Paget Manufact uring Co., Ltd.., 109 Regent Street, Sydney. Start collecting the tins to-day, and if some of your friends arc not collecting for the competition ask them to save their tins for you. FOR ANOTHER WE...

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PEACE AT HAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917

PEACE AT HAND. There is no finer sensation after a good dinner than 6moking a good cigar. It has the most pacifying effect that can be imagined. It must be a good cigar, though, and to ensure this it must be a celebrated 'Golden Key.' Sample boxes containing five of these cigars de luxe (British made) are sent post free for 2/6 from Mick Simmons, Haymarket, Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 21 July 1917

YOUNG PEOPLE'S PAGE COUPON. $ ? -, — , ? _ — : — : — : ? , ? .*- COUPON-JULY li AUGUST COMPETITIONS. Xiiine ? , ? Address ? ; ? Age ? Class ? The Mirror, 21/7./'17. 4^., ... , , ? '. ? -. ? ?;-__??.. il ?? » BUTTONHOLE FANCY COSTUME CO. All lands of Fancy Costumes on Hire; also livening Dress (or Ladies and Cents. Mathrf fur Sale. Send (or Catalogue. I.O.O.K. TKMPLti, HO KLIZABKTU ST., SYDN-KY.

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