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MARRIAGE OF WELL-KNOWN SYDNEY GIRL TO ANGLO-INDIAN BANKER [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 28 July 1917

MARRIAGE OF WELL-KNOWN SYDNEY GIRL TO ANGLO-INDIAN BANKER ?''hriri.i '?™»i f?* *u u ma.rn^ to Mr. Farleigh Greig, of Bombay, on Wednesday, at St. Mark's Church, Darling Point The -snapshot on the left shows tho nl* . i ?1 \ FSF 'thVhtirc5i.af£r1-e cere,monviL-n the centre is the beautiful weddms-cake made at the Red Cross K itchen t and on the- right is Mr. Hahbury Davies, father of the bride; in the background are Mr. -P. Greybourne, best man, and Miss Merivale^ bridesmaid.— (Mirror photos.) . ? ; -. «ano««-y.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 28 July 1917

d K I H Fvl A7P4A I AIV/IPQ SkJa^wSS'K. A*-wt'K(S 8 u ''*? * ??* *? ? »*«*?'« JLorMVlr -j ffi'-rffe|-!%f5V ^KkKP^mSi I but ara adaptable to any type of ^^S^^^^^fe#^^^^^pM I fitting. tir^rm™rrT''«irrrTf'-'irrt™T*'*T™ — ?- Visit our Showroom, or write us for particular!. . Australian Genejm Electric^ ' VIcntworth Av Sydney. O op Queen & Little Gm.lins St Melbourne. Urffefiresenting-3$ri(isfi OhomsowJHouston, O? JLXd. ? JUIGBY ? ENGLAND ' ? ? ? =M TIVOLI THEATRE, NIGHTLY AT 8, MATINEE SATURDAY 2.30 HIRRY RI0KARD3' TTVOIJ THEATRES, LTD. Covcrnine Director : HUGH D. McIXTOSlfc. LAST WEEK OF MISS The World Famous Comedienne and Her Company. SEASON CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT NEXT, AUGUST 4. ANZAC BUFFET MATINEE NEXT FRIDAY, AUGUST 3. ENTRIE PROCEEDS TO LONDON ANZAC BUFFET AND CLUB. Plan Nicholson's and Tivoli. 'Phone [-£H for Reserves. Palace Theatre SYDNEY JAMESpr».JACK WALLER ~ ?,. ««wat. LOOK WHO'S HERE' - SECOND DOSE ON SATURDAY. MATINEES t ? -? New Songs. New Gags. WEDNESDAYS and S...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GETTING TRAINED AND FIT IN ENGLAND BEFORE FIGHTING THE GREAT FIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 28 July 1917

GETTING TRAINED AND FIT IN ENGLAND BEFORE FIGHTING THE GREAT FIGHT HEADQUARTERS STAFF No. 1 COMMAND DEPOT, PERHAM DOWNS, ENGLAND; Front Row (reading from left to right) : Sgt. B.J. Stockbridge, Cpl. H. H. Arthur, Capt. J. G. Ashton, G. S. McKillop, D.S.M, Capt, 'and Adj. E. W Atkinson Lieut-Col. G; H. Knox, Capt, and Q.M^J. Gettingly, Lieut. R. Dooley, W.O. S. P. Hughes, C. Swanson. Second Row (from left to right) : O. S. Loughlin, H VV fa'le.. A. Schofield, A. D. Rogers, A. H Nelson, J W. Davis, C. Kirkwood, H. W. Burge. Third row (from left to right) : G. Scott-Kemmis, D. J; McDonald R. J^Dnscoll, J.^onaldson, B. V. Smith, O. W. Tolhs, J. J. O'Brien. ? Bac k Row (from left to riCht) : E. C. Hampton, A. Leancy, J. H. Reid, H. L HoVenden' A

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 28 July 1917

SARGENT'S PIES - - s^°ME'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TALK OF THE TOWN The L.W.W. Raid. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 28 July 1917

f^^f^THE^^^^ BY TATTLE R_- The LW.W. Raid. . Thtre has been general satisfaction amongst the people I meet that the raid on the I.W.W. { headquarters followed bo soon after the article , in the Mirror last week, but what the people - are wondering is, why this action has been bo long delayed. Recruiting Conference. «? The resolutions passed at the N.S.W, recruit- 1 ing conference seem to me to be eminently sen- ' slble and sound. These men have looked at the problem in front of them neither as politicians nor as military theorists. Some of thjlr re commendations should have been carried out from the first . Waste in Public Enterprises. I' hear much severe criticism of the revcla tionB which have been made during recent weeks regarding the gross waste of public moneys in connection with the abattoirs ? and other N.S.W. enterprises. There is a general feeling, not merely that such practices must stop (that is, of course, understood), but that the officials and ministers responsible sh...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 28 July 1917

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY. A gem is not polished without rubbing, nor is a man perfected without trials. — Chinese*

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 28 July 1917

Richard's Easy Terms £1 deposit, and 10/ monthly for every £23 of purchase ? ' value. '?' ?'?' ' ?'?'?? ? ?

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Course of, True Love [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 28 July 1917

The Course of{ True Love By M. VERDI 'I remember everything you say to me,' he answered, 'pleasant and the reverse. And now I want to nek you something seriously—* something that may mean my - whole life. Marion, when are you going to make mo happy 1' I lifted my eyebrows in comic surprise. 'This man,' I cried, 'is sitting on the arm of my chair, my head is on his shoulder, and he yet presumes to say that he is not happy 1' 'Marion, be serious 1' 'Well, what then ?' 'Darling,' he said earnestly, 'you know how dear you are to me. You have given me th£ hope that one day I might look forward t,o ' calling you my wife. Marion, when is that day to be ? . I love you, I am hnpatient, bo . merciful. to me!' . ' , ? 'Are we not very good friends as we are ?' I asked. 'Why hot leave well alone? What shall we try experiments for ? : Marriage is always an experiment, and' curiosity is a fatal sin.' ... ??..????-. '- - ?: -,. :?;? _' 'Marion, can't you realise that this is not ? a matter to jest...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS FROM ALL QUARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 28 July 1917

NEWS FROM ALL QUARTERS. Announced by American theatrical press that Mclba will sing with the Chicago Opera Co. next season. * # ? Connie Ediss has signed on with J. C. Wil liamson, Ltd., for another six months, which will carry her over the Christmas season. Sydney James and Jack Waller are prepar ing a revue, to take the place of Look Who's Here, but the present entertainment is so popu lar that there, is no immediate need for its presentation.' « ? * John Philip Sousa retired from the post of bandmaster to the United States Marine just 25 years ago. He has temporarily returned to the service as bandmaster, in order to assist at the Actors' Fund Fair. * * ? Genevieve Ward has just celebrated her eightieth birthday by sending a 'message to her. Sisters on the Stage, in which she quoted Miss Keeley as saying on* her ninetieth birthday: 'May you live as long as I have done, and be just as happy.' * * * Genevieve Ward visited Australia in 1886, and then played Forget-Me-Not at the Oper...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE LIMELIGHT LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. Mary Goes First. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 28 July 1917

r~r INTTHE ? LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. Diary Goes First. In Mary Goes First, two feminine and pro vincial snobs struggle like wild cats for social supremacy. The contest it unequal — wit and education soon triumph over avoirdupois al lied to yellow hair and malapropisms. One has no great sympathy with any of the char acters in Jones' comedy. Mary is a malicious and envious cat Lady Bodsworth is vulgar and overbearing — till routed. Richard Which ello has no fixed convictions on any subject ; he loves the line of least resistance — and golf; and cares little for aught else. He is quick to furious anger when his desires in those di rections are thwarted. Sir Thomas Bods worth is a pompous and overbearing- nincom poop.- Felix Gulpin, the lawyer, is a self seeker of the ? all-things-to-all-mcn type. Representative Types. All those people, however, are representa tive types of human character. The variant is that in real life man's weaknesses are kept out of sight so far as is...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS FROM ALL QUARTERS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 28 July 1917

NEWB i'UOM ALL ClUAKTtittB. it u ttlated that Australia Home, when completed, wilt contain a tree cinema theatre, capable of Keating 2000 people. ? ? » The American film actresses made the cauie of the nation their own as far fl» the Liberty Loan wan concerned. In one week a com* mlttee of these octreisea sold no leu than 50,000 doUnrs worth ' of bondi. Hats off to the cinema stars I ? ? ? The Ideal Film Company of Australia in fol lowing iu «uccesse» with H. B, Irving in the Lyons Malt and Martin Harvey in the Broken Melody, with Sir Geo. Alexander in the Second Mrs. Tanqueray. Irene ttooke in Lady Winder* mere's Fan, Sir John Hare in the Vicar of Wakefield, Ellen Terry In Her Greatest Per* formance, Albert Chevalier in the Fallen Star. Hilda Trevelyan in Sally in Our AUey. James Welch (the great little actor who died recently) in the New Clown, Lady Tree in Still Waters Run Deep, and Henry Alnley in tho Great Adventure. The list of names is im posing. ? * ? Edgar Lewis' company, w...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHESS & DRAUGHTS By J'Adoube PROBLEM No.5, [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 28 July 1917

CHESS & DRAUGHTS — B..m.t,imni«w By J'Adoube PUODLtiM No, 8, HUM. (6 |-lm%) m m m m\ aai fyi 'n wit S 1*1 m EH* «?H II ill ft '± . f*L i«L Wm U fS U B 'M m m m ml fffl vM W4 M M WA r» 1 VIIITIi (5 piece-). M, 7|», QJItlNJ, SklpSIC, B, 2p3IH 8, a Wlittr to play, and innlc In two novct. Solution of No. I0W (Ko«ati).-JNii2, Grip 1U0, OkBp, rlt& jiSM', lbblQSK, y.— Sluto In two. Key : 1, U-U 0. 1 Kolved hy O.U.M., Uuiuhtorg «.). lMIMjlAi.NTS.-(Uuy Lopez Opening). I. V—K 4 P— K 1 n. 1» x 1' Kt x P 5. Kt— K U 3 Kt— Q B 3 10. Kt x 1» Kt-*-B 5 8. O— lit 0 »?— Q It 8 11. Q-K 4 Kt x Kt . 4. «— It 4 Kt-B 3 12. 3 x n T Q-Q 0 0. Q-K 2 a'-~Q,Kt 4 08.11-0 1 U-KltO 0. B-Kt 1 B— K 2 14. Q x P ? B x I» 7. 1'— B a Cartlci 15. It— K 1 O— B 6 I I a Castle* l'-Q « ; *0- Mcblgni. Two KuighU' Defence. 1. P— K4 T-K4 0. KtxKt SJ-K8 2. Kt— K B 3 Kt-Q B 3 10. J»— B 8 t V x P ?? 3. B-II4 Kt— B3 11. Q— Kt a B-QKt5(») 4. V—O I V x 1* Hi. Kt -K 4)-i« x P fi. Castle- Kt x P Kt 0 0. It— Kl P-Q4 13. K...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PARIS FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 28 July 1917

PARIS FASHION. Australia Jane : 'What was tho latest they were wearing when you left ?' Returned Nurse : 'Well, mostly they were wearing the Germans out.'— ? (Bulletin.)

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At the Movies Australia in Action at the Royal. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 28 July 1917

At the Movies Aunlrullu hi Action ul (lie Royal. The thousand* of per»ont who have wit* nemd the great patriotic Him, depicting the Atutacn tit action, at the Town Hall, will be delighted that It hat been Arranged to extend t)i« »ea»on for another week at the Theatre Royal, Finish. ug a War. Starting a war !*» an easy matter once the organiser works his cnemtes*to*be up to the right pitch, but finishing the name conflict Is a much harder task, and one that occupied Hank Mann for two reels in A Bon Bon Riot, a Fox comedy production which will be screened all the week at the Lyric, in addi tion to The Barrier. A Heal Full. Few persons realise that the dangers which moving picture actors go through are real dangers, and not mere, faked deeds made for the camera. In the case of Gladys Coburn, a new screen etar who appears in The Primi tive Call, this is especially true. Miss Coburn had to fall from a swiftly-moving yacht into the cold waters below, and this ' she accom plished successfu...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 28 July 1917

FOR THE WAR. Mrs. Gordon Marr, President of the Waverley Women's War Fund.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUCCESSFUL RECRUITER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 28 July 1917

SUCCESSFUL RECRUITER. Lieut. Hug, recruiting officer of East Sydney, who has been one of the most successful returned officers in securing ? recruits.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RIPPED UP [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 28 July 1917

RIPPED UP '1 hi: bayonet of Pie. John Bull lias ,. torn the Hindenburg clothes line, much ' to the annoyance of the irate old washerwoman- of Pottdam.'— (N.V. ? World.)

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A HAMPTON SOLDIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 28 July 1917

A HAMPTON SOLDIER. i-'te. W. Griiiitlis, ot Hampton (N.S. Wales), now in France.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRAUGHTS. PROBLEM No. 4 (NEW SERIES). [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 28 July 1917

DRAUGHTS. PROBLEM No. 4 (NEW SERIES). Contributed hy 3. Shields, l'rairie, Queensland. Black : Men 7,.0, 12, IS, S3. Kings 80. 32. White : Men 0, 14, 28, 80. Kings S, 8, 28. Black to move and win. Solution of No. 1109 (Oourlay).— Black : 1, 7, 12, 27. Kings 20, 30. White : 13, 14, 10. 17, 19, 20. King 4. White to play and win; thus : 10—15, 12—19, 16—10, 7-11, 20-25, 80-21, 10-0, 2-18, 4-8, 21— 17, 8-1S. W. wins. ? Solutions received from s E. E. Young, fairfleld, 1109; C. R. llarland, Hobart, 1103 and 1103 ; J. Broad, . Boulder. 'W.A., 1157 and 1163. E.E.V.: Suggestion already adopted. Thanks for problem and good wishes. J. Broad (W.A.) claims that Black can draw in 1169 (Shields) by playing 14—9 instead of C-9 for his first more.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 28 July 1917

FOR ANOTHER WEEK 1 L_^***£sjg® ? On accdunt of the enormous interest 11 HAS BEEN EXTENDED FOR ONE WEEK'S SEASON AT jj ILtt THE THEATRE ROYAL II FINISHING STARTING TOWN HALL THEATRE ROYAL TO-DAY (SATURDAY) 2.30 and 8. TO-DAY (SATURDAY) 2.30 and 8.

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