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FAG ENDS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
[?] By JOHN DRAYTON. One of the most popular of the padres (C. of E.) says he is 'going back to the boys, as ho feels H is up to his congregation here to have a rest. ? « * In an application for release from the matrimonial shackles, a plaintiff said he was insane when he married the woman. Yet we often hear of people who are madly in love, living happily — together. ? ? * The discoveries of counterfeit money in the course of the raid on the I.W.W.'s, give a suggestion as to the starting place of some of the lead silver in the plate at our little Bethel. « » ? One of the recent recruits said he was not an orphan — hot exactly: 'Y* see,' he said, 'mother died, an' father married agen, then he died, and she married agen. I seem to 'ave parents, but they don't belong t' me.1' * * ' Drunkards, and how to treat them, is the subject of an address to be delivered. Too much treating may have made them what they are. r # » One effect of the war, and employment arising out of it: An Edmonton ...
NEWS ABOUT PEOPLE Cupid at Seventy. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
NEWS ABOUT PEOPLE Cupid at Seventy. Recently engaged is Mr. Walter Watt, of Knellerpore, Double Bay, to Miss O'Brien, of Yass. I have always held - the view there is no such thing as a confirmed bachelor, and Mr. Watt supports my view, for he has never been married, and he is 72. He is (or was) partner in Gilchrist, Watt and Co., and is uncle of Mr. 17m..f TX/a+t nrtA fantflin Ocutfilrl \X/afr+ ttfVirkCA matrimonial affairs have been before the public from time to time. Miss O'Brien's Bister re cently married Mr. Kilgour, and it was at the wedding that Mr. Walter Watt met his bride elect. I hear it was a case of love at first sight. A Great Shock. The news of the death of Mrs. Gardner Waterman in London came as a great shock to a large circle. Mrs. Waterman was Miss Lue Dowling (daughter of the late' Mr. Vincent Dowling, of Mudgee), and was a most popu lar girl, a graceful dancer, and an agile, horse woman. Her sisters are Mrs. Harold Fairfax and Mrs. Dick Dangar. ' Major Gardner Wa...
ADMIRAL LORD BERESFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
ADMIRAL LORD BERESFORD. The third anniversary of the war finds the Dominions and the Old Country bound to gether by inseparable ties of respect and af-. ?fection, each performing Its own part in the cause of liberty and civilisation. Great Britain is proud of the heroic acts achieved by Australia in many a brilliant and hard fought action.
CHESS & DRAUGHTS PROBLEM No. 6 Black (11 pieces). [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
CHESS & DRAUGHTS PROBLEM No. 9 BUck (U plecci). White (0 pieced. OBqn, 1p, 4UKlp, lP8|ilP. 8kbK2, lnN4H, q8p3. n«. WJiito to p]uy u»d mate iu two movte. Solution of No. - (Wainwrifflit).— Br2, 5r-2, 2UB, rikl'P, 2Q3, 4H2P, CnNl, ipNl. lhllO. Mate in two. Key : 1, It— K HO.. Solved by j D.CUT., Butidubrrff (Q.); n. 'VV. HiU» Melbourne; Hy. JeuUiun. Tempo. Further solution' of 1000 /rom M. Hsrpur, N. Sydney. Incorrect key received (No. 4). 1, H—-J 0, is met by i.., v—a a. One of Blackburoc'a brilliant wlnn : Opening : Outoco I'lano. 1T-K- P— K4 li It— K sq Kt— B 4 2 Kt— K II 3 Kt— q O 3 13 P— K 0 (-,— Kt.4 ' 8 B-n 4 B-B 4 U V x V Kt— B C 4 P— B8 Kt— B3 ' lGBx'Pch K— n Eq 6 P— Q. 4 P x P . 10 P— Kt 3 V x P OPxP- B— KtSth 17. Kt— B 3 Kt— R 0 cli 7B-Q2 B x B ch 18 K— Kt 2 . Q-B 3 SKKtxB QKtxP 10 B— QC Q x P cli 0 CaatlcB ? P— Q 3 ? 20 K— It m Q— Kt 8 ch 10 Kt— Kt 3 Kt x Kt 21 U x Q Kt— B 7 cli 11 Q x Kt ' CaBtlcs 22 K— Kt 2 B-H 0 ma-o Tiiis Is considered one oi thi) prettiest mat...
GOT THE LEAVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
got thi: i-kave. Onr of tlio oOlccix, jift«-r a J-oi Him- in Old Krimw, v;tm »ll-nuil iour -daj-g )(w, JUiil, jib a niatU-r oi course, «H-)l-'d lor mow of it. Hut lie didn't wnO in anj-taeal *.r t-'ftwjis ivhv ii should lw--*Miiioa. Jlf wired: 'All ri^ht ; Mill i'fiiifr rtroiii; ; having a »jood time ;? plenty moiK'.v j -pit-net- fi*«t -'xU'iii-loii.' And lie got It— us a waiter of course.
MR. H. A. GWYNNE, EDITOR MORNING POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
MR. H. A. GWYNNE, EDITOR MORNING POST. Thanks to the magnificent fighting of all British troops, we are steadily get ting the better of the Germans, who fear land defeat. This is a critical moment for the Prussians, who will offer anything to prevent success of our pressure. Ger man whines are now more dangerous than German shells. Let us press on to early and complete victory.
HE KNEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
HE HNJflV. 'Tlio 1ni1l«'t,' «»U1 i1k- iriSfrmtor, as lio jwtMfleil a fUim ior iliiiiK ^il't 'Jfter Uif -'.M-lo»io:i Icaws Hie l-roeeli and travel-) -lown Hie nniade.1' 41e noticed one of liie boys yawning. 'B'Ikw docs 1ao toilet leave 3-onr rift-, utlrr il*- - xiOorfou 3r' lie asked. 'In me ?amis,' was the prompt answer.
WIRE SHOCKED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
: 'Will I! SHOCKED. UittiiVcs caii'til Ii.v ill? similarity of names srt- not tnironr.nun. A leli-jilicm- a't-'TidJint 11ik!i1« liic firlng-IInc look a. tall from ;i voice which BiipjiHwI iis -nvner'« ctune as, si.v, tsmilli. The nOeplioiiii-t was frltniily »nfl tlratly, end was jirtonMicd at Ix-iiijr railed down for fimiiliarit.v. 'lio you know who 1 cm V licllowcd tlie ioico. 'Sure,' was tlie confident r^ply ; 'you're (Smith, the new laudinartfr for tlie ? tli.' This t-mitli, mis a pciifia] offlcvr wniniandintr, «nd ?nlint li-! »aid in rtfil.V ajiionuicd io an ofToicc in liic -'ar cl tlie law tt l'n's home St^ito.
SIR EDWARD CARSON, MEMBER OF THE WAR CABINET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
SIR EDWARD CAR80N, MEMBER OF THE WAR CABINET. Wo enter ' upon the fourth year of the war with the same spirit as that In which we first en tered Into it, a grim and unalterable de termination to see 1L. XI _ I- & Jf ? m ? me uyiii ror Tree dom carried through to a suc cessful issue. We deplore our losses and sacrifices, but they only brace us up to. see that they shall not have been made in vain. Aus . trallans, we know, Join with their fel low-citizens throuah out the Empire in their resolute confidence. We all equally wish for peace, but only on terms which will make it a lasting and abid ing one.
NO TICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
*CO TJCK. niic ivcruii was a little hard of liMrinjr. and fonre'-l )w wo-.ilil not (.'ft liy the doctor. Jle'-was lionert onouj;:' to own up to liif tliiaiWHi.v, and asked 1_o l-e piven a «Jiance. The dot-tor hold his watcli to fiio Ijny's cnr. 'Can y' hear hrr lick V !w atkod. Tlir lvcrnit MiuiiiPd hiH ear, Imt could not ctitcli.a eoimd. 'Xo jrood,' -aid tlie doctor; ',vou'r-- tumc deaf. TIioit. is no_ 110710 for you.' 'I don't l;clifve llio Manky iJiiiir's ifoin', any liow,' «iid ilir .'.nxious rocruit. Tlie doctor iilacwl it to Oils -own --r.r. 'By .lovr, you're rinlit !' 1h- said, and the lart (rot In— not 1*cansc lie could hear it coins, aR lie put it, bin Ix-raute lie could hear it not going.
MR. LEO MAXSE, EDITOR NATIONAL REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
MR. LEO MAXSE, EDITOR NATIONAL REVIEW. 'No peace with the Hohenzotlerns' should be the watchword of every British demo cracy and their instruction to the Imperial Government. ? - Sing, Sweet Bird. ' Many attended' the France's Day meeting, held in the Tivoli Theatre on Monday after noon, when Miss Rose Alba, the bird-like soprano, gave much pleasure by her singing. Miss Alba is in private life Mrs. White, wife of a clergyman, of Erskineville. The reverend husband was, it is said, so delighted with his wife's, progress in singing under Mr. Roland Foster at the Conservatorium that he resigned from his living in Victoria and came to Syd ney. ' ' , Judge Bcvan on Sharpers. - - In passing sentence on men found guilty of robbing a man by . cheating him at games of cards and dice on a train journey, Judge Be van ,«aid: 'You have committed a miserable class of offence. You are parasites on society, s haunting the trains and meanly thieving under the cloak of. sport — or gambling. One who tr...
A FINE SIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
A FTNE SIGHT. One cil t!ir- ar'.illcri' inMructors ya' explaininp: Slie tiitVirciifO in ii iull sit;';il 4iiid ii fine ki«ht. 'What would .i«:i tall a fine sijrii'. ';' Jiu a(-:l;ed one of t'jo cracks sni.fiiip ;hc (ruii-byera. 'A company of M.'iis iroin* np in 4 In- air. ai(-r a mine liad liocn exploded niiOer 'cni,' «ii!«eied tlie I'if jiiiiuht.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
IN FULL iSWING Money-Saving Opportunities. Buy now and Practice War-Time Economy CREWDSON'S CALICO IVuuI I'rlti1. Itidnm! to I'cr 1'uid. l'i-r Dun. 3Stl pe«. No. V.0 SOin l/iiivn l'inihli /0 . . 7/6 100 pcs. No. 2 SOln Medium Kiiii-li /ll .. 9/6 1(0 pcu. No. 3 SOln Medium KinUh /111,. 9/U 27 pcs. No. 4 30ln Medium KltilUi 1/0J .. 10/9 217 pc«. No. 22 SOln Longcloth n/fi Mnlri ? /ll .. „' HD pen. No. AA Mill ? /11J.. 9'u CREWDSON'S INDIA LONGCLOTH 075 pw. No. 100 30li ? '/«i.- 10/- -20 pui. No. 200 30ill ? 1/1 .. 10/9 427 pcs. No. 300 SBiii .. .. .. .. 1/2 .. 12/- 308 pea. No. 400 80ln .. .. .. .. 1/3 .. 12/6 3CB pob. No. 500 301n .. .. .. .. 1/31 ?? *^/' 208 pei). No. 000 30ln ? 1/1} .. *4/- 105 pee. No. 700 SOin ? 1/0 .. 15/- 150 pcs. No. 600 30In ? 1/7 .. *6/- 60 pea. No. 900 30in .. .. .. .. 1/8 .. *6/6 01 pcB. No. 1000 301n ? 1/0 .. lf/6 Madapolam 43 jim. No. AH102 30itl ? /01 .. 8/9 125 pcs. No. AH103 30hi ? /I0J.. 9/6 90 pcs. No. AH102 42iii ? /10J.. 9/6 83 pcs. No. A1J103 421...
THE GREAT PUSH. TYPES OF HAIG'S PRISONERS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
THE GREAT PUSH. TYPES OF HAIG'S PRISONERS These pictures show the t/pe of Germwprlsonen which Sir Douglas Haig^ now capturing by 'the thousand in. the great offensive in Flanders. On t'.ir ri-ht is'a tsausage balloon used by the French for observation purposes. (Central News and Underwood). ; -V3 -; , sou^R||^^BAjy^ ^,(!a=l ol 'tu^e^soldiers and engineers who, had an interesting contest last saturaay, when Miss Ada Reeve kicKcd off. Miss iveeve is shown in eirh nr fi,» groups, as also is Mrs. Adams, who has interested herself so warmly in the Engineers' Comforts Fund. The names of the returned soldfers' team are ? FrnnV *he (left to riuht) : Messrs. G.bson and Clinch. Second row (left to right) : Messrs. Thompson, Hudson, Miss Ada Reeve, Wiburd (cant) MrT Adamf tLh^ Hoddernot. - Back row (lfcft to right) : Messrs. Jones, Botsman, McMurtrie, Howard Stuart lcaptl'' ™rs- Adams- Ta«ner,