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NOT IN THOSE PANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
NOT IN THOSE PANTS. IMo. '«i9 ivjis -m Hit way to lirliijf tip row witcr, ami, OH lip TKH-Oll, live IKIll-WKIl. IKltlcCll liuit lllh irollBC'M ' wviv in ii kIioiWiij; «u«U]k-» *f -lis(vjaij'. 'Were y Itoin1 i' ?*'k-matAt-\ tin- ikiikoui. ''IVt Krt *omc ?wsut,' ?Oi'jiiud ilic -private. 'In tfiem im4m V 'Xo ; in tldf Vrc ? luK-lu't/'
ANZACIANA TALES FROM THE TRENCHES. VERY LIKE—SOMETHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
v^wm&a TALES FROM THE TRENCHES. VEltY UKi:-5OVI2TlIINO. Ow et tin- Ixjj-s 'ivot lioid n)) l;y iin ofllwr, wlio at?ki-J Iiin 4-pluiuu :ifc to m:n-.tliliiK movlni; on 1 Ik; rt$'llii(!, ''It** a cow,' win tlie firrt wi'ly. Anottier look : *'l *tiii)k iVn a lu-m-.' TJiv ulllwr jri'lnm-d m& wu1 on. In a frw wooiids Hi» i«iMi« ftiirtH »!t-T Mm, ana cave ?1f» imnl A-Hrcnince i 'V 1tnow tliiit -«-w 1 t.ald w«« a ?*K)iitc V Well, Jt't one o* Hie -cluips lirlugliifi In Hit target ftigf.'
QUESTIONS ANSWERED MEDICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
QUESTIONS ANSWERED MEDICAL COXSCUKNOK (Penrlih) : 'J'hc case was rfcferred to a medical rclcrce board. FAITH (lirsklncvillc): The circiiinBtance is of- no conse quence. (2) Quite possible.- (3) No. KNQU1HEK (Durlinghurst): The reply lias been posted. DOUBLE D (Pcnuhurnt): .Mix tlie ingredients in cquul proportions, und apply an directed previously. PATENT (lirisbune. Q): The registered . office of the conipiuiy is in Sydney (N.8.W.). L.H.R. (Uatliurst) : If possible, remove any contributing1 cause and drink a glass of hot water first thinp every morning. Otherwise dirt simply, and lul;c tlie fol lowing mixture with water thrice daily after meals : Bicarbonate of soda, 10 tiruins; compound tincture of r1 ??barb, 15 ininiins; tincture , of. ginger, 10 minims; aromatic spirit of ammonia, 10 minims; compound infusion of gentian, to 4oz. HEADKH (Diilmain); It Is only necessary that the part be kept thoroughly aseptic, warm boiacic solution being occasionally employed as a whhIi. Use eub ...
THROUGH AUSTRALIAN WILDS VI.—-Going West from Cloncurry [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
THROUGH AUSTRALIAN WILDS VI.— Going West from Cloncurry (Specially written for the Mirror by TUANCIH UI11TLEB.) The road to the McKlnlcy was rough, ati3 we bumped over rotten of heavy going. The grain was alive with little tmakeo ami centi pede*, and the air was thick with mostiuitocit of the type which gets there. Of course we had nets. And, of course, they were necessary. The nets for that country are of cheese cloth, to keep out the BandDics, small (into, and the malarial mosquito, which would go through t %*m «***-??- 1 1ff O »??? MatliMn IStrj* h m --i-it 4%- b-^«**-ls » clothesline. The net has to be erected to eat under, as the flies in millions would be on every bit of food on the way to the mouth. In the morning; the first thing to be done is to empty one's boots. These are sure to have been made a home of by centipedes, cnakes and all manner of ground vermin. The habit of shaking the boots sticks. I am a long time in the cities before I get out of it. Another BIRTLES' CAR ...
Through the Eyes of a Woman THE WEEK'S GOSSIP Vive La France. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
Through the Eyes of a Woman :: :: THE WEEK'S GOSSIP Vive La France. Miss Ada Reeve, looking very charming in a navy blue coat and skirt, with ermine stole and a grey cloth and silvered toque, made a happy little speech at the French meeting in the Tivoli Theatre on Monday afternoon, when' she returned thanks on behalf of the- Hon. Hugh D. Mclntosh, for words of praise from the speakers. Miss Reeve told me that she had just come from the Domain Anzac Buffet, where she was judging the sweet competition arranged by the'provlders in aid of the London and were to be sold at her gala Tivoli matinee this afternoon. A Souvenir Tablecloth. By the same token Miss Reeve has promised to. embroider her autograph on a tablecloth made by Mrs. John Storey, which is being raffled in aid of the Anzac Buffet. Miss Reeve has also expressed her intention of sign ing any autograph books left at the Box Office of the Tivoli Theatre, for 2/6, the' money to go to the same fund. A Young Singer. Miss Ursula M...
FOR BUSY FINGERS KNITTED MOTOR VEIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
FOR BUSY FINGERS KNITTED MOTOR VEIL. Material! ; Sis lulls o\ pearl woo), anil two lung Vone tii'udle', a!*e '.', lint on 101 UlttHM. , rirU Oidtv : KinIi. I., jntrl 1, audit Uir end, fciitt 1. Second )!-m : Knit 1. 1»url 1. nud at the end lmlt L. Repeat them; ituv* until ywu !»»-?«« woriird IB Indict, (lit* work 81 MitrltM ImcUuarJi and forward* for a yard, nml c»»t off, then return and im-rwue a Mitch and M'prk (In1 utliur til *'!cl'*» liaeli-vji-!y m-j fitrivanlt ; c tut oil. Run n namuv pieee of wire tHrougli the top and mate it into a tight ring. Mrs. A. Sfu'.inons writes : 'I Tail to we 'how auyone eould misunderstand directions for bcarf in your issue of July 21. It unites a licaullful, H'*tl3y scarf, just the IhiiiS .'or fiendiui; to men at. tlie front. Double itnittia? ul*o make* a ivr.v Siitisftielory .«earf. You east on about Ht' stitelie*. -wort: forward, tllp 1 ,as if purjiiipf, work fcaclc, knit. 1. Repent --very row In tlso Mine way. After riving a yard mid a half, ci...
GENERAL SIR WILLIAM ROBERTSON. CHIEF OF IMPERIAL GENERAL STAFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
GENERAL SIR WILLIAM ROBERTSON. CHIEF OF IMPERIAL GENERAL STAFF. We are entering the fourth year of the' war with' high hopes warranted by past ^achievements, but naturally with a time of great strain and stress. The Bri tish Empire, whose resources nave oniy recently been de veloped to their full extent, will have to bear the principal share of the burden of the coming year. I am confident that Australia, which has set so splendid an example during the past tnree years, will face the task that lies before us with the same spirit that her troops have dis played in facing the bitterest fighting ever required of soldiers, and that in the contest where victory depends on grit and determi nation Australia will not fail. - '
MUTUAL HELP BUREAU [Requests for information should be addressed to Aunt Betty, Mirror Office, Sydney.] [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
MUTUAL HELP BUREAU . [Requests for information should be' ad dressetl-lp Aunt Betty, Mirror Office, Sydney.] Muriel (IVoollahra) : To cook haricot lwar* correctly, ]wt the Im'hih to sosili overnight, in a tfUlt \wrgu miourIi to well cover them with water. Add ii piece or hodu about: the hhe of a hnwl nut. (This KOftrns the beau*.) In the niarniuir put the licuim inia nau'.epan of cold wuier, add Hilt and a-Ullle sugar. Ituil for one hour, drain olf. and again put to l-o:l in fresh cluim water for another hour. This takes away the earlhy taste so much dUliked. Kor im-atiess ilaya : Try the following. iioininhimr ilish. Itife, one largo t-arsni|-, mashed potaloe/i, puled ehee-e, till 1 J j'Ula IM.1 V*1 l*«Vl_Vt f ? Ul/M * f-A; IMI ll.il'HI) kUUA MIIU masJi potatoes and parsnip separately. 1'iit rice in the bottom of pit-dish, then a la.v«r of parsnip, then rice ii^ain, and cover with ftock mixed with cmry ponder necording to tnste. Spread potato evenly over (alt par niip is very nie' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
Marcus Clark & Co/s GREAT WINTER SALE NOW ON, GENUINE. MONEY-SAVERS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. Here are a few examples of the attractive bar Sains which await thrifty buyers : COSTUME DEPARTMENT. Urjrcri '«? 4hl« Depni linent wl11,-l'ml a «t-lond)il 4imoiJ im-nt of all Uie Iiatt-et Style* 1« \M»-tiwlale- MatcrW »t price* vrlildi menu aT)lg euvlntr to Che jmrcbaner. Come and judge lor .vourerlves. CXIAT_KHOC;JL very wnarl, in Mule Gabardine. H\tM rilICK «7/(-f Worlli 03/. CO. XT niCK'K, cream collar and eufff. In Tine lttn«:k -jr Navv Kirvc. HAIJC I'KICIC 75/, Uiital Price 103/. COAT KBONT. In Navy and Mack 8er«e, -rinnneil braid, fur collar and cuffi HMAi THICK 79/(1, Umi»1 . I'rire i£IK-t. COAT PIIUCK, in Mole Gabnrdlnr. |»oelicla cable-stllchctl in colors. KAI.K I'ltICK 5g«., Vsual Price. 7g«. COAT KltOCiK, In Mole Gabardine, well tailored, (rlnimei lnsttoiw. HMJ4 I'ltlCK 81/, Vsunl I'rlce ed/lU,'. CHAT KltOOlt, in lllaelt VeJvelceit Jiipetl and trimineil lllnols Glace Silk. SAU2...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
'I FELT EXTREMELY WEAK '1 was Laid Up in a Hospital.' BUT AM NOW COMPLETELY RESTORED AND MY SLEEP IS RENDERED MOST REFRESHING. THE WONDERS OF CLEMENTS TONIC. ' THERE ARE MANY BusiucHS Men in Sydney to-duy who feel tho efiVct of the groat heat, the strenuous times caused by'tha War, and the wurry of ? . ,'UBln0M to BUcl1 a degree that they aro moro dead than slivo when the' day closes— almost too fatigued to reach home. To tho.10 mem the Letlor pub lished below by a prominent city accountant appeals, for it tolhi in a i'fw .words how jaded nerve strength can be restored, insomnia baiiinhed and health regained by tho use of this well-recognised, remedy, Clontentu Tonic. Jt i* the medicine that decreases weakness, and increases »trctugtli. 3 c uliouM bo m all houses iu'these oppressive days. No house is medically equipptvl with out it. * 200 V10T01UA-STKKET. DARLING HUltST, SYDNEY, 11/lJ'l.l. CLEMENTS TONIC, LTD. 'After suffering and being; ill in hospital for about 12 months I met a f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
GREAT PRIZE SCHEME :] ONE THOUSAND POUNDS £7OO ? aTOi ___ &3OO IN CASH IN GOODS in exchange for Labels off tins of 'BACCHUS MARSH' Condensed Mflk 'STANDARD' Condensed Milk 'A.M.P.' & 'SWAN' Condensed Milks COMPETITION ENDS ON DECEMBER 31, W17. Inquire for further particulars from your grocer. .
NONE IN SIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
NONE IN SIGHT Last week : Arrivals 2218, sailings 2399. Comment is superfluous. — -(Klad- deradatsch.) FORBES OFFICER. Major Randel V. McDonnell, son of Dr. McDonnell, of Forbes, who has been awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry. He is a distin guished oarsman. AN ITALIAN VIEW. The lion goes a-fishing.— (II 420, Florence.) - REDFERN TROOPER. Trooper Jack Maitland, of Redfern, now on his way to the front. , AMERICA'S CALL One of the recruiting posters exhibited in the United States, calling 'for enlistment in ? the Navy. DISCOUNTED The Village Cynic : 'II you've had half them adventures, Jim, you've had a rum time.' . : . . ?' The Village Hero : 'What do you mean — if I'd had half oi 'them ? 'Of .course I've had half of 'em.' ? -^ ? , ...' The Village Cynic : 'Just about what I thought!' ? ,? ' A JOY RIDE The Ajizacs and other B ritish troops at the front soon make friends with the children of villages re-captured from the Huns. Our picture shows a pleasing scene, in ...
HATS OFF TO— [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
HATS OFF TO— The heroines of the Russian Legion of Death, pledged, to die fighting for their country. Dr. Arthur, M.L.A., for his stand in the interests of the citizens against tlie increase of ferry fares. ivuss nua neeve, wno nas savcu me muot Buffet for our boys in London. The City- Council of Sydney for reinstating all employees returned from the war. , The inspectors who are enforcing strict observance- of the Pare Foods Act. About 3400 post office sorters and 6700 post men have been withdrawn from the- London postal service for military or naval service, re presenting approximately 84 and 86 per cent, of the men eligible in each class.
ADMIRAL SIR JOHN JELLICOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
ADMIRAL SIR JOHN JELLICOE. After three years of the Titanic struggle of the na tions, the spirit of devotion shown by the Overseas Do minions to the Mother Country in her. hour of stress rises supreme, and is the happiest au gury of the future of .the British Empire. Her 6on& have won Imperishable lau rels; and their deeds will live for ever.
CUPID AND THE KEWPIES [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
CUPID AND THE KEWPIES *By J.H.T.). When Edwin first met Ermyntrude, He felt as in a dream; 'Twas at a dance at Kewpieville . (Whose residents put on no frill— \ Or little else, 'twould seem). 'Be mine, O fairest of the fair!' Bcgccd Edwin on his knees, And Ermyntrude (sly puss we fear- Said: 'O this is so sudden, dear; Give me a minute please/* The minute passed, with leaden feet, So 'it to Edwin seemed; Her answer you can doubtless guess It was a most emphatic 'Yes,' And then they spooned and dreamed. Mamma was told the tidings first, And she was truly glad; For Edwin, it must be confessed, Although by no means over-dressed A fine appearance had. ' But there was yet Papa to see, And his consent to gain, 'Be careful, dear,' said Ermyntrude, 'Papa at times is rather rude,' CShc'd ha4 a former swain). ., 'Young man,' said Ermynlrude's Papa, 'You want my daughter's hand. '? But ere to give it I consent, Remember I am down on Rent; — Have you a piece of land ?' . With pride and joy then...
THUMBS DOWN TO— [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
THUMBS DOWN TO The rulers of the State railways, whose irritation of passengers by parcels charges is unwarranted. , The -Federal Government for going back on 4 Mr. Higgs' undertaking that there would be no war profits taxation for 191-4-15. P.M.G. Webster, for refusing to douM that the telephone system of the Commonwealth is perfect. ( ? - ? The spiritual leaders .who persist in pushing the bogey of. sectarianism into t'le frcs life of thie State* ' I
THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917
THEY SAY That the new War Loan will be as great a tuccess as were its predecessors. ' « « ? That Federal expenditure has jumped to appalling figures in the course of the last seven years. That Federal Ministers are alarmed at the increasing volume of managerial cost of the ,? » * * That anything meaner than the theft of Red Cross comforts for the Australian soldiers has yet to be reported. * * e ' That Mr. Hoi man will make some thrilling speeches to the patriot democracy of th United States. * * - * That confirmation, by telephone, of all its bnsirycss engagements would save the Defence Department a good deal of money. * ? * x That there is a wofu! overcrowding' of the wards of the mental hospitals oi the State. That the Russians are returning to reason, snd the enemy will soon be back moving before their hosts. ? ' ?' ? % That an efTcct of the breach of agreement, ?between hotelkeepers will be no advance in the price of drinks. m * * That the appointment of Mrs. Pickburn as Associ...