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MODES AND MEN CHRISTIANS AND COLDS. When Bigots Brawl. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917

MODES AND MEN ? ? . ? ? »-— ? _ ? CHRISTIANS AND COLDS. .- By FRANK MORTON. When Bigots Brawl. . '.X find it impossible to work myself up into any special state of indignation because Arch- ' bishop Kelly cries out against Protestantism, and that other Irish priest up-country (whose name I am glad to forget) makes inflammatory speeches about the horrid behaviour of' Eng land ^ to Ireland. -1 am not interested in the silly old squabbles between Catholics and Pro- ^ testants. So long as the rival churches havo j been in existence side by side they have never ] ceased to hate each other like good Christians. I and however extraordinary an example 'of J Catholic bigotry you care to give me I can 4 drae you alone to an Oranm» iamlmrM inj «,~ . . you one better. Childish Stupidities. fgt To me it seems that the present condition of simmering rebellion in Ireland: does the Irish infinite discredit, all things considered; but I ? have no doubt that if I happened to be Irish I should not fee...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
10,000 ENEMY SUBJECTS ONLY 2600 INTERNED SOME REMARKABLE OFFICIAL FIGURES [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917

10,000 ENEMY SUBJECTS ONLY 2600 INTERNED SOME REMARKABLE OFFICIAL FIGURES (SPECIAL TO THE MIRROR* In the House of Representatives, this week, Senator Pratten asked the following questions: 1. Viimt In . Jlie ? tiuniiM-r of Internet.-* in the various fwvivy «oiii«utr«tlcni isroiim tliroiipliout tlie Common ?«-iiltli, ,«lirtiji^tii)iJiinjf tnw'ii inaieH and f4-inuk-it f 2. Wiiat Is tin- number of umuiwraliH-d enemy *ub jptts ia Auttralia not interned, jfivinj; uuinbctv for inaU-s m«3 Jwnsles ?wfiatattl.r V 8, How luany iiitt-rmt-s liavc ecajjed from inierineot campg riut* tliey w--«- ri-1iililiiJi-nl, xnd liow uiaiiy sucli ?cwai|iw« law iK-en wciifiluml t -. Hew many twiny «uUect« lia\« been rcauirod lo it-port 5o tlie jx.lloe throughout tlie Ccmuuonwcaltli, aud Ikiw many Irnvt- failed »o to report V , fi.* Wluit is the number oi entMiiy subjects wlio iavc kit AuBtntlia piuee tl»e war Iwgan. Biving iimli-s Jind. ifiii»lt» 'effaratrfy f ? THE MINISTER'S STATEMENT. In reply to these que...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOME DRESSMAKING A SQUARE-NECKED BLOUSE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917

HOME DRESSMAKING A SQUARE-NECKED BLOUSH The square necked blouses Are very popular just now and quite deservedly so, as they take less material in the making and suit most figures. A good pattern Is necessary to cut the square neck. This is most important, as A badly-fitted neck spoils the whole appearance oi me DiouBo, ( The pattern h In four piece*— front, liack, half yolte ati'l fclcevf, and no turninifn uro allowed on' eneb piece It 1b medium sire, SOln. bust, 241n. waist measurement*, Try on Uio pattern before cutting tho material, you will tlicn bo able to multe any small alteration* that may be necessary. To rut (lie blouse, you will require li yards ot 40-lmh materlni. HOW TO CUT THIS BkOUSB.— Fold tlio material with EOlvcdgca toffetlicr, placinif tho centra front of tlio pat tern ant] j'oito centre to tlio fold f-o ai to avoid a seam l'laco tlio back wllli the straight edge parallel to the ?selvedge, leaving an Inch to turn in for the hem«. TUB MAKING — Join up the bIpcvpb ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917

go'' '?'?' — : — : ? ? ? — I' HAIR SPECIALIST, BERNARD KAY. '?'? Treating Scurf, Dandruff, Scalp Troubles, and Falling ? Hair, at 81 Bent-st., Sydney, near Botanical Gardens. BUTTONHOLE FANCY COSTUME CO. All kinds of Fancy Costumes on Hire; also Evening ' Cress for Ladies and dents. Muslin for Sale. fi Send for Catalogue. | I.O.O.F. TEMPLE, HO EL1ZABETU ST.. SYDNEY. 1 1. ? ? I THE QUAKER GIRLS' TEA ROOM | ' DAINTY AND EXCLUSIVE. i MORXIXG, AFTERNOON, TEAS AND. LUNCUEOV [ ? HOME-MADE CAKES. L 162 3rd FLOOR, STRAND ARCADE,' jj SYDNEY (Pitt Street Lift.) L^^^^k EPILEPSY i liSlPpl** Tk MS 'WONDKK' has no Bromide of ' «SL\K ©'«*ira Potash. Proved Cure. Full I ^V^^^SS^rf Particulars, T._ 11. M15KS0N, | x£»S«|l\£j|pO^ zts Colleec-ttrect, Melbourne,

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917

BOOKS FOR MARINE ENGINEERS tvh vmra ENaranEns to cam* any otiiday j vknikg Know o to 9.sq and inspect xnnsa nOOKS. WITHOUT ANY OBLIGATION TO BUY. Pott Free. TUB MAJUM5 ST3UM TUHBINT3, drtcrlbei Uie rarcona and Curtis Marine Steam Turbine. A manual of Marlnn Rtcani Turbluu Practle*, by -9n /Q J. M. Boihcrn, 1017 ? tfU/O ship ronu, uebibtanch, ajto screw ruo- 17/ PUL6I0N, by 0. a Baker, 1«15 .;........ *'/ BTEAM TURBINES, their development, ttylca ot 98 /Q build, construction, and uten, by W. Genttdi ttO/ ?* BEHOEN'S MAIllNK BNaDfEEIlS' OUIDE. HOOK, for First and Second Clou Engineer*, 1O/9 by Bothcrn (with platwt' separate) ? la/ O BCAHD OF TitADB AMmME'i'IC, for Firtt- C /?} class Enelnetm, by Peter Youngson, 1010 .. 0/ ft BL1DK VAIA'KB AND VALVE GEAULNU, by 1 0 /Q Peter Youngson, 1010 ? Afc/U BOTHEIHN'S 'VKBBAL' KOTEfl ANDOO/in BKETOIIE8, CSO paste*, 1P10 ? OU/ 111 TODD & MoOIBBON'B MAHINT. ESXilNEliltS1 7 /Q B0A«D OK TllADK EXAMS., 1P17 ? '/ » Fost Frc* BltOWN'S ELKMENTAnY...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917

- THE WINNER. He won the Two Hundred Yards Handicap, And the people wondered why; He'd beaten all the champions, This stranger so quiet and shy. \ I'll let you into the secret, -Indeed it .is no myth. They used quack remedies for their feet; He used nothing else but BIFF. Chemists, and Stores, 1/6 and A/. — ': -THE FAMOUS ' KTTERSBURGH ' TREE ' STRAWBERRY PLANT. I'lok'.Hv I'm; List i-liiiiniint ims jiM mn«'d. ami lovers of tills famous fnill should try one. Tlicy wow IS twin's to 2 feet hljfli, me ih-niislit- resisting mill fmst mistiiiff. 1/0 t'lieli, li/0 ncr ilozni. IW-HftV i-Mfn. ASTERS. Our fniiimw'IViimniiiii strain Imvi' .iiM arrived, (iml arc now lvmlv fur Jfctrilmtiiiti. Si-jen di-tlnct colenv, -id |x.'r imi-ki't. !!«', si-t fin- .o./. All mixed vnriei.ii'*, lid mill 1/ |'(T |luO(tt. - AKriiJtS.— -Vir.ivo Mi.ruiiiiil Wliil-\ -W introduction, 1/ I'ucM. rink. M-iiivi''.\l!irjrinoi! Wliiti', our innodiic 1 ion. 1/ per ??nokit. ' HILDA MERE NURSERY CO.. LTD., M\-:r- \m- ri/.'.N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917

BEGIN and Make Money ^ , PouUry-Kerping. prope -ly conducted is me of the most fcn:ciiiatini-, hen Ifoful. picfitablr, end usrfut occupations. There is no branch of Ajjn ' cu'«ui-e ami scaicely -any industry lo-dttv which offes greater nnpoiluniti s then tin; 'P. u try in dustry. No industry is trowing larttr than this Thousands of pVor'c in all purls of Australia are m»k neXlOO lo£M.O a y-ar ii. their tpare time bv IVroHiy-kcepinfi. while llionr who !:avt entoicd iiitoit as-a business make from ilOOU to £3100 a ytar in numbers of cases, and this jpqmtr possible if the Lu3 ness is conducted soi iiliiicclly. Scientific Poultry l'.-.nninn cmi l.c learnt and started by anyone— both inesi and women. 1 he business can be commrnced -m the uma les.t scale involvint; a very small oi.l'.ay. at.il there is n» limit to what you can make out oi it. You Can Be?ih in Yoiir Own Back Yard. You do not require a large block of land for Poultry KormmR. The modern intensive system ol Poultry Culture ma...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917

When he %&'JmS\ writes home ..?.'? M^fWk - ' r, '. 1 The world is brighter. : #^K^#M ? | hearts are happier. A^&I^Htf'VBteU I -And in his mind kind . JS^f^^ Y'-f*% flu smiling faces are pictured ^^C^- J&' ''^ft ***? **''* s*'\ jji as he writes. Oppor- ^-c'$^: -^ '^^^'af Hi tunities for writing at the ^'*'** '\^£?/ ' IIh front are fleeting. Many are lost for 'want %s^a$ || of an ever-ready pen. So a happy sug- wi*~/l* fip'JI gestion is, send him. a 'Swan' Fouritpen. / ' HOTa. best stands the racket of Active Service. Simple --^ * WgjM &nd quick to use. No mechanism to wear or get jragfi out of order. Can be'loaded' with 'Swan' Ink agSBj^BiS&w fflOi Tablets and water when fluid ink is unobtainable. Jk §§|| &jl|lra& Wnk S0LD BY STATIONERS & IMPORTERS. ' 5^ 11! $$1 lllly Wfm Standard Pattern^ from 12/6 up. (^flp'jpi ^ n BIjM UlustraUd Catalogue free on requctt. ? C.'i (? vJ^^Jn?^' .?? \( . |W| MABIE, TODD & Co., Ltd...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET IS COMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917

' CRICKET IS COMING. In a few weeks1 lime the Summer sunsbir.a will be here again, and with it every boy's mind will naturally turn to a game of cricket. Mick Simmons have sets to suit all sizes, from the grown up to the tiny tot, at prices to suit all. Call or write for list to Mick Simmons, Haymarket, Sydney.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE LIMELIGHT LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. Anzac Buffet Matinee. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917

1 RTTH E '~''. — LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. Atncac Buffet Matinee. .Our readers are reminded that Miss AJa Reeve's matinee in aid of the Aneac Buffet and Club, takes place at the Tivoli, this (Friday) afternoon. - Miss Reeve's Sydney season concludes on Saturday night, and she leaves promptly for Btisbane in order to take part in the Spring carnival of the Queensland capital. a tic naigiiieBi. omi. The brightest star of the new programme which will be presented at the Tivoli on ? Monday is Miss Billle Seaton,. a talented comedy artiste of the type known as a diseuse — that is she partly sings and partly talks her songs. An act like this calls for no mean ability, but is always appreciated when artistically presented. Miss Nella Webb will be remembered by Sydney vaude ville patrons as having made good in an act of this kind, but Billie Seaton is the greatest diseuse who has . ever visited Australia. Her partner, Ray Traynor, who attends to the pianoforte part of, the busine...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AS A MAN SOWS COPYRIGHT. Published by arrangement with Cawell and Company, Ltd. CHAPTER XXVI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917

I AS A MAN SOWS' By M. C. RAMSAY, Author of 'With Aimless Feet,' 'Jamen Ogilvy'n Experiment,' 'Stephen Martin. M.D.. 'In Royal Service.' etc. COPYRIGHT. i'uUi-ln'-l by mmusniteiit with CmmII »ud Comity. U-\. CHAPTER XXVI.— (Continued.) , 'I know all you want to say, Davie, and I ] won't listen. It doesn't matter, nothing matters but our mutual love. Oh, here we are. And there is Lovedale standing on the steps with daddy. I quite forgot that he was coming this evening for the week-end.' 'flie cab stopped. Her father advanced to oj'cn the door, and his anxiety must be his excuse for the sharpness with which he spoke. 'Jean, what in all the world do you mean ?' lie demanded. 'You have made your mother quite ill with anxiety. Where have you been— and — oh, that's you, Ross ? Where did you find her ?' And while Jean clung to her father, hiding her face, Davie briefly explained, laying special ttress on the part Gregory had played in the rescue. James Lester frowned darkly as he listened,...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917

Rejected Volunteers. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE R.V.A. The AS-XUAIj GKNERAL MEETING of the REJECTED VOLUNTEERS' ASSOCIATION will be held on MON DAY EVENING NEXT, AUGUST 0, at the KING'S HALL, top of Hunter-street, commencing at 7.30. The business to be transacted is very important, as affecting the interests of every rejcot, and every man who lias -volunteered for active service and been rejected, ?whether a member of the H.V.A., is cordially invited to attend. A MUSICAL PROGRAMME will precede tho business proper. Leading; artists will appear, includins Mr. HARRY LESTON, Mr. U. TAY 1,011, Mr. VIXTI3R, Mr. UK CAI.KOS RIH3O, and others. COME. ADMISSION FHEE. '

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FEDERAL LEGISLATORS SNAPPED BY MIRROR PHOTOGRAPHER IN MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917

FEDERAL LEGISLATORS SNAPPED BY MIRROR PHOTOGRAPHER IN MELBOURNE ? * r Readiag from left to right: Senator Pearce (Minister of Defence), Dr. Maloney (Labor Member for Melbourne). Mr. Lister (National Member for Corio, Vic. who '-? - ? beat Mr. Ozanne at the r;csnt elections), and Mr. Tudor (Leader of the Opposition). ' \ ' ? RED CROSS WORKERS AT HOME AND ABROAD On the lelt, a group of workers at the Haberfield Red Cross Branch. On ths right, a group of workers in London paqking comforts for Australian prisoner*. SPORTSMEN ROLL UP FOR THE NOBLEST GAME - ...,:??. ? ' ??? ^--s^ These snapshots, taken by The MirroJ. photographer, show, on the left, the ^Jortsmen-soldiers appealing tor recruits from a motor lorry; the centre picture shows «»r. j. j. tonen, Speaker of the N.S.W. Assembly, making a similar appeal in Martin-place. On the right is a photograph indicating the large crowds which as

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917

UUt) omCU -JeW^Sru*^ ttVDNHIf. ttfVu Qeneral Banking Business P^A Olllts and Town* of Aullt-«ll«, London, TtctwsrUi (0«l{»bury t'Uht% tMt ftftbaul. Catlt r#mltt«i)(ti DiiOi to. end 4rafti dnwa ea Utt\en pUxtt -IIr*ct. .fcrtijn btlli urjotlatw iad toli«ttcd. Ltttrrt «f tttCtt tawMfl to any uirt ef 'M mutUL Bubhtut ii)d EirtnttBf Dutintie ol crrrjr d»«wlplt»n Inruacttt trUhta Um Osoirocn wr«Ub, United Klnjuoin ind tbroid. Currtut *cwuut« upmtG. Inter* t p»lo -wi tin) drt-ottit, A«lutu-rt nitJc »g«ln*t ?i»|irorcd Hcurlllt*. Savings Banlc Department 4/ Minimum At oil Oranchcii, and ov«r lUiflSSDLX! 3% ?/' Dopo«lt 26QO ft««nolo« at Po»t OfllHi P°r *'S'5?n *ouu in Auatralla and Papua, tap to «300 INTCICITATK and INTKitKATIONAI, Savltaca Bank Facilitie*. ' __ jamu «tiu tfpmj c»hhw. ? ju,i.wc ? piamoii miluh. cwhw _j The Commercial Banking Company )-taiji.isiu:i- i^i. of Sydney Limited rMMTAI. I'All) t I1 .. .. ? .. XS.003/W0 lt*:«KUVi: ITND ? X1.SW.MX) iii*«k«vi: (AiiTAi. ? £»,-ee,«oo TOTA...

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THE R.V.A. THE ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917

THE R.V.A. THE ANNUAL MEETING. A huge crowd is expected to attend the annual meeting of members of the Rejected Volunteers' Association, to be held at the King's Hall (top of Hunter-street), next Monday evening. :The business proper will commence at ef&ht o'clock, but'at 7.30 a short concert prograrrfme' will be presented. Lead ing artists have been secured to contribute tc the enjoyment of members and other rejects (for all rejects are welcome to attend, whether members 'or not), and they will be well worth hearing. R.V.A. FUND FOR WAR WIDOWS' ? HOMES. At a dinner at the Hotel Australia last week, tendered to the committee of the R.V.A. by the President-elect (Mr. E. 'Owen Co::), to discuss proposals for the advance ment of the Association, over £150 was prom ised to the funds which the R.V.A. insti tuted, with the object of providing homes for war widows. v It was agreed that this fund should henceforth be known as th« R.V.A. War Widows'. Homes Fund, and several suggestion...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THOUGHT OF THE DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917

TWniTfiWT1 AT? TtJI? nAV Never hold anyone by the button, or the hand, in order to be heard out ; for if people are un willing to hear you, you had better hold your tongue than them. — Lord Chesterfield.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bush Brigands II.-When Morgan Ranged RELIC OF BLOODTHIRSTY RUFFIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917

Bush Brigands . ? Ub ? -— ' H.-When Morgan Ranged RELIC OF BLOODTHIRSTY RUFFIAN. Mr. T. A. Woodbridge, of South Gundagai, has had, for 34 years, an unique relic — a stick used by Morgan, the bushranger, to lift his billy from his camp fire in The Desert, in the Tum berumba country, one of the hiding places of the 'ranger. The stick is a strong hickory sucker, charred and bent, but quite sound. Morgan was one of the coldest-blooded of the ruffians who roamed the States in the days when the bushrangers were the terror of the peoule. For his murderous exploits the Gov ernment of New South Wales placed a price of £500 on his head in January, 1864, and his reply to this challenge came six months later, when he shot Sergeant McGinnity dead, took his horse and arms, and disappeared. For the murder of John McLean, in the same month, the reward for his capture was increased tn £1000. In September he shot Sergeant Smith, who died of his wounds a few days later, and £500 was added to the rewar...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PLAYING SMALLER [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917

PLAYING SMALLER KAISER MAKES A CHANGE OF INSTRUMENT. ? — L. Raven-Hill in London Punch.

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THE TALK OF THE TOWN Offensive and Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917

TALK°™'TOWN CTTATLEF^ Offensive and Strike. It is somewhat incongruous that the two outstanding subjects of discussion during the week in Sydney should be Sir Douglas Haig's great offensive and the threatened railway and tramway strike. I write at a time when more moderate counsels may prevail, but it would be a lasting slur on our good name if We should celebrate the third anniversary of the war by a serious industrial stoppage in connection with what seems to most people a 'not very vital matter. A Newspaper Jubilee. I take off my hat to the proprietors of the Sydney Evening News, who have celebrated the jubilee of the paper this week. The second oldest of the present Sydney dailies has had a long and prosperous career, which does not Ecem to have been checked by the vicissitudes of the war. It has been generally understood Pte. PERCY FLEMING (twice wounded) and Pte. S. GRANTHAM, both of Ultimo. for some time that the property has been for ealc since the death of the late Mr. Chri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 4 August 1917

B.T.H. Mazda Lamps ||l§k -«fi ? ? I fitting. %mihr WTTi'i'SfftkT^,'«,^mi!tJ , : Visit our Showroom, or write UQr. ' I AUSTmLlANGENERAL ELBCrRlCG* ? Wentworth Ay Sydney. O op Queen & Little Gjluns StMelbourne. | ^presenting ^iritis fi OhomsoTh\Jiou.ston, G? JZtdi ?RUGBY' - ? ENGLAND ? ' ? ||J

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