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STORMING THE STRONGHOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

STORMING THE STRONGHOI& THE DOOM OP THE OGRE OF EUROPE. ^john Bull.

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

j MIJIIS MEHIS 1 ' IHO 1HUBMKI ' REMARKABLE SUCCESS' OF HEAN'S' I „ :' ' TONIC NERVE 'NUTS. ' i . , ' I '\ , ''t ' ~ '' ' . .. 7 '» Tlmr is tin duss of Jiltlirllim cnmiihimlltis jiioii! ' -i iill- ilium Ikimi I In iiicvllcii] indilly tlmii Hrurius JT{ i. 1liinl.--.- Ihuii^ turn, tniljiiicintf all iiuumiT of »' V »'-M-'IIS HllllKlll-. - *l - t KtM« ill Ulh ;ik uiifflKille In Haling Hint. -iwltijr * , .'. '' l'» ?n^'-l\ uuUtloni'il li.v tll« ' wlnmltojw -?'? * KlIIOJK III Will, 111 MIIIIK .illllllrlllK , Will llWOIIH! Klill 'i itiuro |ik\j1(I)I J lie Jilfrli trm-lon -ti t ? whtcli every - ', x ??'-? I* lll'l ilium* (jroatyi' wastiijio' ''ttiaii' cvvi- uf llmsi! I'lciiii'iita of 1 lit!* liiiiinin e,v»tt-jn ivhicli tmitc i and iiiiilnl^in iiurvH imv. ? ? ' ? 'J'-- i-iiiiiiH'tHuU1 Iw tilts iilmormnl drain, it U , - ssi in luJ Unit iwrwuu! dio'uiil Kunii tittaimi coin Jiloli iunouB piohlinfloii li.v iiil.itif; mlviiiiliijri! of lluisu tin, I us lit u plenishing he.iltli, FtHUKlh, ami ?? -...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A YOUNG AUSTRALIAN'S GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

^V^YOUNG ^AUSTRALIANS GIFT, A joung Awstralian prctsejit ing a bottle of sauce and a packtt «? cocoa at a grocery gift afternoon at Graythwaite. -. V, ' ' ~ — Miuoi riiotdk 1 tHE l^ING AND THE ANZACS/ * His l^Iajesty, King George V. shaking hands with an Australian sol dier who has been decorated. This ceremony recently took place in England, when the King reviewed the Australian troops in training, , s . . '.????? ???'.'. ? . — Cciitval News.. . : ' / , ? \ SIGN OF: ADVANCE. ????',' ' A corner of a German trench captured by the British in the recent advance, , The Germans left hurriedly, judging b y the bombs left behind. ' . ' ' —Central News. THE QREAjIrE '. This picture giveB an indication of the destruction wroughl'on portionftf. the Australians are watching the clearance made by the British Artilktj »f the A GREAT REVIEW OF NZ . ;. This fine picture gives s general view eft the recent inspection' by ALL THAT VAS;i This shows the result of a mine blown by the Germans to impede ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NO SONG. Henry Kendall. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

NO SONG. Henry Kendall. ' . So take these kindly, even though there be Some notes that unto other lyres belong ; Stray echoes from the elder ton* of song. And think how, from its neighboring native sea The pensive shell doth borrow melody. In. the code of N.S.W. there are thirteen crimes for which the' penalty i6 final-rand fatal. The unlucky number again. By the ?way the crime of sheep-stealing vis, 'in -ne of the States, still liable to be followed by a hanging. ? : ? - .

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BILL[?]IMS TROUBLES TWO MANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

\TRQUR© TWO MANY. A soldier, about to go forward, asks advice1 on a delicate matter. He is married, but for years has not lived with his wife, who., he says, developed a pronounced taste for the amber fluid, or any other strong drink, whether bottled or in the wood. He says he had to leave her in the interests of his baby boy, and in course of time attached himself to another woman, who has been All to him that his wife was not. ? Now he finds he will have to assign an allotment of his pay to his wife— while the other will have to go almost unprovided for. The case is a hard one, on the face of it. But the wife will get her proportion of his pay from the military whether or r not he assigns* her any. THE USURER. One of the returned alleges that there is a money-lendcry inside one of the establish ments specially for the accommodation of soldiers, He ran short of ready money, and being unable to borrow from any who knew him,, consulted a. comrade who informed him, he says, that he co...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHICH IS THE GIRL FOR YOU? [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

WHICH IS^THE GIRL FOR YOU? Whin II..- last batch or New Zealand boys marched through the streets of Svrtn^ Z , . '''^ to recognise what a fine set of lad.s Ih sy were. The nurses ©r the SvdiVov Hi ? ?? i / they, werc ehcered to the echo. We were glad to see them, and glad ? .,.„„ ? JUi '-. ? ...... '-P..cned.^1f»»irtll.t'rMd °Ut ' ?'' *»' **^-*' »* »' «''»' .''»'»^-- \,vf 1111:1 ??;».-!» l.\Ll\ . J i. \J\ i'Al. This is a picture of the siyn oulsiJe the recruiting tent in Hyde T rk.' - -Mi.n.r I'liMlo. -. IN EGYPT. i'lc Ji. C. Cuiiiti, J.'jcld Ami;. -:!? n lli'.ii^liiwi, ,Sti..|,.i ON ACTIVE SERVICE. iJlt C. 11 Hj.bcr, blialhh'jld. - W.'nr JiiouS|ilyli fJlij-Jio.' —Mirror nioto. ? . ? ?- r''?jjt.*u.\\ V^fflfi^iFOR ENLISTMENT. , - , r^'-'i:^ A group of inlbndihc' recruit-; approrch ia,c Lieutenant Hug. the Recruiting Ofliter in charge or the East Sydney .Recruiting Depot.; ?..???': ? ?''', '.; ''_.''/',— Hi rrpri'Plj'dlo^. ? SOMF GIRLS OF AMERICA-SOME GIRLS l)d' l° bi) eM«r; «»«*!«, a...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO ENGLAND—A WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

TO ENGLAND— A WARNING. By John Knight, Queensland, 1894. Keep all the flamiiiB bpacons htirnlng liri«lit On every ma tliat Burfrcs round the Rlobe ; For troublquB times draw near to vex mid probe ' Old wounds. Not Trafalgar 1 Nor bltt-r flglit 1 At AVaterloo I enuiniruliied Sobiaon ! More tenable tlian be thoro latent flres Tlic near years wiU cnMntlle. Old world lands Bring into being horrid 'forms whose hands To ill T-rollfle as tliclr vairuc desires ; Be thou not slow to quell (onl work begun ? Ere crawled— wolf-like, forth from his lair— that spawn In mortal mould, urged by inebriute zeal, WIioko demon hand is raifsccl against Man's Com ? monweal.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WRITE TO THE MIRROR ABOUT IT [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

.WRITE ~ THE MIF?R-OI? ABOUT VL Punter writes : 'Now that the Tote has been introduced in Sydney; oughn't a man to be given a fair run for his money — or get his money back ? I put a few pence, by the --Tote, on a horse which was so deadjthat you could tell It by your nose as he dropped back in the -beginning- of the rice. .He'rkept on dropping back, and if it had been twice round, he would have been leading the field at -:ne stage in the galloping. If the Tote is not going to protect the punter how miioh better is. it than the bookmaker ?' ' ' L$- '

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED HAUNT OF HUNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

ALLEGED HAUNT OF HUNS. Jas. C. writes : 'I have no particular down 'oh the' German- people in this country, for I do- not think, the German people had any more to do with making the war than I had to-do with .making the earth. But now we are at war,. is it right that there should be as many as one German in .the employ pf the people of the Commonwealth? There is in a Northern suburb, a wine-shop .which is the haunt of Huns, and to this the police might give attention. I will keep my eye on this place and. write again.' , , . ?

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PLAIN AUSTRALIAN RECRUITING—WHAT NEXT? [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

PLAIN AUSTRALIAN ! P}\ RECRUITING-WHAT NEXT? ,', So many rumors with regard to the Gov ernnicnt's intentions on . the subject of re cruifing have been current 'during the past few days that we feel sure that Mr. Hughes has been well-advised to make some an nouncement an to future policy at tW earliest posBlble moment. In spite of a great deal of Enthusiasm and hard work, the ^existing methods have not achieved. what is necessary, and some .new way must 'be found to make Australia's' contributions to the'ftehting forces'of Europe fully 'effective, Whatever happens the theatrical devices hitherto in vogue must be abandoned. +. * * THE WHEAT PROBLEM. Some definite declaration of policy should be made without delay by the N.S.W.' Gov ernment with regard to the -wheat problem.. The much discussed question of bulk hand ling, which is so 'important to the com munity generally and to the farmers in par-, ticular, has been tKc subject of too much indecision, delay, and- change of plan in t t...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VERSE FOR THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

A' ' VERSE FOR THE DAY. ?j1 M\ f n end, the golden ngc luitli passtd away; , 'T,— ' On'v the roo-1 \w\e nouoi to bunpf it back. /. vi Shall 1 t'ffnfcss to theo -m mutcI thought ? la ? The golden npe 'wherewith the ban! is wont ;*ir v J °^r i-pints to beguile, that lo\ely prime, %h\ i iljjnsted in Hie past no more tlian now; VPS? if', And di-l it tCfir exist* believe me Btiil, . H „ Ai (hen tt wu it may b* sow mtond.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GONE TO UNCLE! [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

r' GONE TO UNCLE ! ' M.R. writes : 'I have had a bad time since I came back from the war, and had. to lend some of my jewellery, of . which : I did not have a lot— to Uncle. I find the interest charge works out to about 30 per cent. It this right ?' ' - '* i - The position of the wheatstacks in N.S.W. is bad, says the Minister for Agriculture. As many of them arc reported to be in a state (if collapse, it is.

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

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Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IT MAY BE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

IT MAY BE. By A. L. Gordon. It may be death absolves or cures The sin of life. 'Twerc1 hazardous To assert bo. M the sin endures, Say only,- 'God who has judged him thu*, lie merciful to hiin— and \ib.'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANZACS IN LONDON OUR CHEERFUL BOYS LONDON, April [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

ANZACS . IN LONDON Ji OUR CHEERFUL BOYS , JBJ ? r ' ? 'HH (From The Mirror Special Correspondent ' ,-(S$$I LONDON. April 1J. 'jffl The months go by, and more and more-Sffl Australians are in England— and. Fi'ance. Iti*||| is not giving anything away to say that I'ln^iaa Australians, as much as any other Britibli ,$3 troop.s, have been affected by the elaborate ,7j|| preparations for the Spring to Autumn off en- 's| sive on the West front. It is pretty gene- ,M rally known that Field-Marshal Haig would Jf not be without the Australians in his army, kf Complete available units have been moved, .'i/$ one of which was for an unusually long time . T^ 6n Salisbury Plain, and efforts have been ^ made -to speed up thcDrganisation which ie-- X' turnc men to the army after convalescence. i ^ 'T/he people at home must have no delusions '?? about the severity of the fighting ahead. It ' ' , is inevitable that the price must be paid for the success which -promises from the coming ' operations, a...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

, THOUGHT FORT; THE DAY. , Enjo- the blessings of this day, if Ood sends them, m 'nnd tlie evils 'Ifea'v pVticritly fthd 'sweetly, for thin IBfo Ba-'v,- oijlyj .is jnui'sj \vo are -dend/ to, yc«terdayt wi' ijjn ? ..-.:. ?;?.,., ?? ,. ^ M

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

Ht Hmen. fflless bar Hfousc had jranistcr oE Mffio might ?nhc capa ^Kicn, and Hvich were HBlong cx H| for the SB ^Hiug corn WA British Hh security nHs dreams Htedly the Mftrstem of ?Bin vogue |H were as BHie pocket |^rty fund ^| that the H»-ld play : ^Rling has Hr part of ^H-rmer not nlitial con mhe party ^«-ney-bags ?lineage to ||«ven prior ? only one IlKhancfiry Sic Kaiser, Konsr-was ?me years ^^hostilities, ^pcrs at the mm disclosed. ^y office by pe regular H with the mm to defend H|he Hun. Hn. ' Hges in the ?Hructurc of BKen, in ray HLtion than |H-vd-George ?Sterial con BjMments. It HLle to con HHng change Ride all the ?de for in ftetrayal of Oman deals with educa Bblems, and fflalia, wher« Hf first-class Bmight well I H'Socialjsjn' ?democracy, Hon' consent Bty, with a H.he welfare Rhis quafijfi H who said ? you would H overdo it. ?overdoing' apt by men Btions they His narrow. WITY. Rle position Bus fellow Bter of the ?him. The Hm at the Basis, net flighes, but fly Put his HA.us...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUTUAL HELP BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

MUTUAL HELP BUREAU. N -- Owing to pressure of space- we are com pelled to hold over answers to readers' questions till next week. Enquiries on all housekeeping and other' questions of interest to women should be addressed to Aunt Betty,. Mirror Office, Sydney.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPER=SUBMARINES CRAFT OF THE FUTURE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

?SUPBR-SUBMARINES CRAFT OF THE FUTURE By E. ASHMEAD-BARTLETT. (Specially written for the Mirror.) ^iVhen Von Tirpitz first announced with a nourish of trumpets which seemed to fore shidow the doom of our boasted supremacy ^ of the seas the 'inauguration of the sub ; marine blockade of the British Isles, the ? Germans evidently anticipated far greater . results than they have succeeded in obtain ^ '; ng, serious as these have been. There ., ,^ yere, indeed, many in England who felt that .-?'' J most serious blow would be inflicted on , jur commerce. But up to that time no j ^elected Board of the best brains had been , brought together to think out means of meet ? (/ ing- the new menace. The problems had to '; be met as they arose. Hitherto we had simply found means of protecting our Grand Fleet against the enemy's attack. It would not do to state here all the methods by which the enemy's (, craft have been circumvented, sunk or .cap !' tflredl Some are, however, extremely in ► genius...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR BUSY FINGERS KNITTED KNEECAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

FOR BUSY FINGERS KNITTED KNEECAPS. Materials Required : Aoz White Heather fleecy wool, two No. 8 celluloid knittivig needles. Cast on 42 stitches. Knit 7 rows plain, always knitting and not slipping the first stitch. 1 8th row — Knit 2D, increase on the next, knit 22. 9th row — Knit 20, increase on the next, knit the rest 10th row — Knit 20, incrtse, knit the rest Repeat this row until there are 70 stitches, then knit 28 rows plain. Then knit 20. knit 2 together, the rest plain. Repeat this row until the stitches arc re duced to 42. ? Knit 7 plain rows. Cast off and sew up the seam.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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