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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915

7-.-/ \ ?*? ' ' '/ ?'???????-?? ' ? . ? ? ?'? ? ? ???'?''. rr -i#! ?%? 1 1 ill in I ach r'w^P^ i ! i I! Ty*j dw M. %j\J ill V^Cloll 1 1 B&RZ& ? © ? . ; THESE GOODS ARE GUABANTBBD UNDER THE PURE FOOD ACT UV U. MITCHELL. AND CO., LTD. GOOD SHOT BAKING POWDER, SIP COFFEE FEATHER SELF-RAISING FLOUR, BLUE LABEL TOMATO SAUCE. To popularise these high-grade foods, which are all made in Australia by Australians, we will present over £100 in cash prizes to those who . send in the greatest number of coupons on December 31, 1915, exclud ing traders and our employees. The large Tins of Good Shot Baking Powder and Sip Coffee each have two coupons attached, and the small tins one coupon. Feather Flour and Bine Label Tomato Sauce have one coupon each attached. Coupons must be posted or handed in to D. Mitchell and Co., Ltd., 153 Clarence Street, Sydney, on December 31 next. The results will be announced in this paper soon after the close of the competition. 173 CASH PRIZES. '..'. F...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Page for Young People STORY OF TWO BELGIAN CHILDREN. Babette and Bijou's Magic Coats. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915

A Pa&e for -bung) People STORY OF TWO BELCIAN CHILDREN. By Lilian Turner. Babette and BIJcu's Magic Coats. Babctte and Bijou were two little Belgian girls. They were always happy ana gay — and of course good — until the War came. Then they went to live in a dark cellar, and were often cold and hungry. Their mother was ill, their lather had gone into the trenches to fight for their country, and above their heads in the snug rooms of their home German soldiers. But into their lives there suddenly fell — two warm white fledgling coats from Australia — Magic coats. What befel Babctte and Bijou, in their wonderful coats, you shall hear. Once upon a time, just a breathing space ago, there lived in a Queer old town in Belgium, two little girls named Babctte and Bijou. All the days of their lives — only ex cepting a few fearsome yesterdays — they had lived in a thin red house with queer shaped roof rooms, snug bright living rooms, and dread dark cellars in it. Their playroom was awa...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY, Bis dat u.ui cito dat. — Latin Proverb. (He gives twice- who gives quickly.) ? # ♦ VERSE. . . . He that loves,- life overmuch shall die The dog's death, utterly: .' And he that much less loves it than he hates All wrongdoing that is done Anywhere, always, underneath the sun. Shall live a mightier life than time's or fate's. —Swinburne, 'Thalassius^'

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915

Che 'mirror' ? JULY 80, 1916.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915

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Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915

NEXT SUNDAY'S 'MIRROR' FOR BEST PICTURES OF, AUSTRALIA OAY. ? . ? . ' ? ?' ' ? ? : ???' '-Ks ?.- ?.''-? '

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIA DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915

AUSTRALIA DAY. Vibrant with an emotion and an en thusiasm, such as Australia has never * before experienced, our beloved' island- continent's millions are standing hand in hand to-day, men, women, and chil dren unanimously offering up their I -Dest to neip lorwara me- nines great j fight for freedom. From far away j across seas the Old World watches us; she sees what we are ?doing; from i . overseas she flashes up her grateful i message: 'Well done, good and faith , .ful servants of;|the. Empire!' The cables that 'we publish to-day from Queen Alexandra, Lord ?' Landsdowne, Mr. Balfour and others, arc a power ful revelation of the. intense interest With which England is observing Aus tralia's doings, revealing England's appreciation of our country's efforts, and her gratitude and tenderness to wards us as a nation. Our heroes of the Dardanelles have made the name of Australia ring in tones of fire and glory round the world. At Gallipoli our men did a well-nigh impossible thing, they ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-MORROWS GREAT FIGHT The Prospects Reviewed [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915

TO-MORROW'S GREAT FIGHT The Prospects Reviewed [BY THE 'MIRROR' SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT] Probably no boxing contest since Johnson and Burns met (ij years ago has provoked so much interest as that which will take place to-morrow even ing at the famous Stadium at Rush cutter's Hay between the youthful Les Darcy, of Australia, and the more ma ture Kddic McGoorty, of America. It is a coincidence that the great event will take place on McGoorty's birthday, the American having been born on July 31, lbtn, in Wisconsin. As Darcy will not be twenty years of age until October 24, McGoorty, who is in the prime of life, will be seven years riper in experience, as well- as in ase- . . * A Controversial Subject. ' The critics differ as to whether to morrow evening's contest will be for the world's championship. It will not serve any good purpose to thresh the matter out here, as the question appears to be never-ending. However, someone MsBOORTY AND JOE BONDS AT 8ANDRINCHAM. must be the world's cham...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915

[?] BIOSCOPE SCHOOL ''KEnS'' I4O ELIZABETH STREET. Telephone City 770. I can ijimlify you for a position worth £i/4J- per weak us Bioscope Operator, for jE»/4/ , and find you a position at JB3/-/- to begin, for .£1/1/- extra. Day or night classes

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915

TOWN HALL, SYDNEY. Tuesday Af tornoon, August 3rd, from 2.30 to G o'clock. JiivonlloMaUnooBall, Plain & Fancy Dress. In aid ot tbo ' Australia Day' Fund. Mr. Clauda Bantook as Mrs. Jarloy, and Mr. John Faulkner as Jarlny's assistant, in 'Jarloy'B Waxworks.' '8«von UttlD Australians' in a Bone «l*c ially written for tho occasion by Ethel Tur ner (ooaehed by Mr. Montgomery Stuart). Hun Hooper's Juvenile Ballets, and other attractions. (Best Fatriotio ) Ilcst General I Fancy Leant Expensive f Oratume. Youngost Child in I Ball TIckota SI-, Oallory Tickets 2'G, at Palist'i and from lion. Sec. W.rnn Loto. Pott't Point. 'Tbo Children desorvo a treat, they am such willing little helpers.'

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
At the Movies Prominent Picture Personalities. Music and the Movies [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915

[?] IPiroiiksilt IPkllwig IPiwisifa,, Music and the Movies ? Those who appreci ate good music — and Sydney has never wanted connoisseurs in that regard— will be amrccablv surnriscd to learn that the Empress Theatre is now en riched by the services of three such artists as M. Jaques Pintel, the famous Russian pian ist, Mr. C. Gotch, whose 'cello playing playing- was for a long ? while a brilliant feature of the Austral Quar tette, and Miss Zon;i Trador. — the young .. Maitland violinist, who* not long ago gave concert ev.dencc on several occa sions of her European training. * * ♦ Curiously enough the picture busi ncs is one of the few which have not suffered from the effects of the war. Here and there, as in France, where, as in every other trade, many big firms found their whole staff swept away by the all-embracing orders of mobilisa tion, there was a, temporary slump in business, but not for long. Pathe Freres, who were for a while compelled to dose their doors for lack of men, ar...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915

FOR PEN PICTURES-AMD OTHERS-FROWI THE PSCTURE PLAYS, SEE SUNDAY'S 'MIRROR.'

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915

$^Sw it's / ' ] ??'^Si THE yJm Origin al ! . ^^/THERE IS OILY 1] SCHIEDAM iSCfWPS *WAW imm '? WAR TRADE AND BRUTALITY. Our publications are Is sued primarily to kill Car- ? man trade In Australia. ' Ttiora Is a subtle tn fluanco amongst us on behalf of She Carman trader; but tho individual who le wllllnff to buy and sell wltn this Nation of Assassins otter the war deserves to bo driven out of aweary Club, Hotel, Chamber of Commons and Exchange in Aus tralia. it la a crusade that ehcutd bo entered upon as a duty. 'The British Government Re port Mid Appendix.'1 4M pp.; . ? . ? by post. 7d. The Red Boob —How to deal with German Trade in this . Country.' brpam. 7d. The German Challenge— God ' Punish EnRland'; by post. M. Queen Elizabeth and her German Garden.' by post* - ' 'The True American Verdict on the War'; by pott. 2d. . . B. H. C. Oliphant. author o 'Germany and Good Faith.' writes weekly the war notes in the'Statesman.'and'M!miic ? ....... .'-..,.- Standard.' by post, Gid. CBITC...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Bevelled Edge A Delightful Book. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915

m- '™ ? '1 By PHIL. BYBLOS. A Delightful Book. T^o write a sutvey ot English litera ture is at all times a difficult, if a fas cinating, task to set before one, but it is one in which Miss Amy Cruse, in lmr 'IvntrlwVi T.itprntlim Thrnutrhnut the Ages,' has very fairly succeeded. She has, in fact, produced an exceed ingly interesting boot;, replete with in i formation, catholic in outlook, and very I charmingly written. Her principle is to ! . select some of the outstanding works of importance belonging to each period, ; and analyse them carefully and vividly : while supplying a wealth of detail re I . ' garding the author and the life and his ' tory of the times in which he lived -, and wrote. The book begins with Beowulf and I - his death-grapple with the monster Grendel beneath the sea, and ends with : Stevenson's death on the banyan shaded verandah at Vailima. It should be added, that the photographs and ! illustrations with which it is profusely ; . scattered, have really a dist...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915

SENSATIONAL STORY OF GERMAN AND AUSTRALIAN TRADE-SEE SUNDAY'S MIRROR.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915

ALL THE sr\irkrmw/n George Street. JJJ^ Hyde Park. CHARLES DICKENS' CELEBRATED NOVEL A STORY OF THE GORDON RiOTS. Produced by THOeHAS BENTIEV, the HorSti's Greatest Dickens Character Actor. Read the ENGLISH PRESS OPINIONS of this extraordinary feature. 'An astouishing picture. Charles. Dickens would have regarded it with speechless amazement.' — The Daily Exprasjan. 9th, 1915 'Sets a high standard for 1915, both in staging , and photography.' — The Evening News, Jan. 8th, 1915. ' The Gordon Riots scenes and the burning of Newgate Prison are wonderfully realistic . . . stupendous ? imposing' — The Rejeree, Jan. 10th, 1915. 'There are many points in this difficult produc tion which are worthy of special note.' — Tho. Daily Mail, Jan. 9th, 1915. 'A wonderful example of British production. It is difficult to believe that we are not witnessing the actual historical scenes as described by Charles Dickens.'— The Star, Jan 15, 1915. 'Many striking scenes of Old London.' — Tht Times, Jan. nt...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
In the Limelight PLAYS AND PLAYERS. Little Theatre Comedies [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915

[?] PLAYS AND PLAYERS. lilttln ThlkntrA rinmnrtlwe Age cannot wither, apparently, nor custom stale the infinite variety of 'Charley's Aunt,' which, after mak ing a fortune for the late \V. E. Pen . ley — alas, how many years aero! — and likewise for Frank Thornton, who first ? produced it in Australia, seems as fresh as ever to-day as played by George Willoughby and his company at the Little Theatre. The new 'Bobs,' Mr. Charles Cannam, brings out the full humour of the absurd situations in which his impersonation of the mil lionaire Dona Lucia, 'from Brazil, . where the nuts come from,' involves himself and his two undergraduate accomplices. He is supported by a strong cast, who will subsequently be seen in a long list of farce-comedies, including, 'Why Smith Left Home,' 'Arc You a Mason?' 'What Hap pened to Jones,' 'The Private Secre tary,' and 'The Wrong Mr. Wright' A Doubtful Compliment. Mr. John Cosgrovc, now appearing at the Adclphi Theatre in the Austra lian comedy-drama, 'fll...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915

BUY NEXT SUNDAY'S ' MIRROR ' FOR MR. VICTOR GRAYSON'S NEXT ARTICLE.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915

TWICE DAILY Tg||A| fl TWICE DAILY 2.30 and 8. 1 SVULIi 2.3Q and 8. HARRY RICHARDS' TIVOL! THEATRES LIMITED. Governing Director. HUGH IX McJNTOSH. COMMENCINQ AT SATURDAY'S MATINEE. An Entirely New Programme. New Acts. Novel Acts. F1ROT APPEAR/INGE IN SYDNEY of «ho GREATEST OP ALL, ANIMAL ACTS ROCKEE' EV3ONGCEYS ,» MONKEY MUSIC HALL Tho Funniest and Most Laughable Animal Comedy on Record. ? MAY ERNE & HE COE DETRICKEY WALTER WEEMS Eneliah American Character Not an Act, merely Entertainers. Comedienne. ? an Event. ? CROUCH & WELCH SYDNEY JARVIS ? American Fun Mnfcore. ? M«»l»tad toy Virginia Pare. FRANK WILSON DORA SAWYER EXCELLA8 RI11E. CLERC Cycling qenlu. VocaH.t JSggS* SSSff?l5tf8Z Plan at Nicholson's and Tivoli. 'Phone MM for Reserves. Half price Slatineer, Qd. tu 2.0, daily, Saturdays and Holidays excepied. Children Half-pike at Matinees and Friday Nichtis. ATiffi pot THFATDF Direction and Management— GEORGE MARLOW, LTD. PLAYING TO 0VEHFL0W HOUSED PLAYING TO OVERF...

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Literature for the Troops [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915

Literature for the Troops Messrs. Arthur Rickard and Co., Ltd., who have undertaken, on be half of the Red Cross Society, the collection and despatch of magazines, books, illustrated journals, news papers, etc., to our wounded at Cairo, Malta, and elsewhere, have sent their first consignments bv the P. and O. 'Mahva,' which sailed on the 24lh inst., and to be followed by further consignments by the P. and O. 'Morca.' The response to the appeal made by this company was immedi ate and generous, three large cases be ing filled with literature of a most at tractive character. Mr. Gordon Weschc, the general manager of the P. and O. Company, and Mr. D. Reid, of the Orient Company, have accord- I cd free freight on these shipments. Mr. Arthur Rickard hopes that the public will send along all the literature they can for despatch each fortnight. Air. Colwyn Jenkins, advertising manager of Arthur Rickard and Co., Ltd., who is supervising the general arrange ment, stales that the Deputy-Chief ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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