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THE TURK WON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

THE TUHK 'WON. Seine of tlio boys on Gallipoli were at loggerheads on this tMwirtlon. 'Wl.ich undid strongest, a Turk : or, s Turkish goat ??' They decided, to tret the WfHmr and the colonel wm to adjudicate. Into a tent before the colonel wiie brought a typical CallipoH goat-anfl the eolor.oi {nlntfti. Then a TurkWi prisoner was brouBht in, and the goat fainted I The Turk was declared the winner. A wldicr khot in the toliy part ol the W ™» hrought in. ami the operating wn-eeon ^cd proUne for the bullet, ale could not find it ; yet, as there i was ,,o point of exit, lie assumed, quite naturally, that It nutt still be in the wound, and he -pKfced yet more '!S°«Er«!'V;oM 'ard 1'/, erica Tommy, at tart. 'Wot yer d0'Scarchln(;1J for* the bullet,'' answered the eurpeon ''Well, 'doctor,' replied the wounded man in a fluiet, (confidential tone ot voice, 'you yon t never «M ; (H. 'Cob why 1 I've got it in me pocket. 1 wasn t ping to Tim the chance of losing it, M- I picked it out wiv we kni...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REAR-ADMIRAL A. C. LEVESON, COMMANDING THE AUSTRALIAN SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

REAR-ADMIRAL A. C. LEVESON, COM MANDING THE AUSTRALIAN J SQUADRON. X (Sent from H.M.A.S. Australia.) His Majesty's Australian Fleet is continu ing to maintain a high standard of efficiency, which, added to the nation's determination and endurance, will defeat our enemies and thus ensure a lasting peace

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

THEY SAY ? ? ^ — ™ 1 That the firm attitude of the Government in connection with the strike pleased most of its supporters. ? ? ? That the strike committee were aware that the Government had certain things up its sleeve, and were cautious accordingly. That the request for a deputation of the Government by some of the militant unions who met at the Trades Hall on Wednesday surprised those who thought that these unions were out to promote a general strike at all costs. « « ? 'That Mr. A. C. Willis1 conciliatory speech at the deputation on Wednesday night was an agreeable surprise. . '*. . ? * . That a large body of the strikers honestly believe that the action of the Railway Commis sioners was part of a scheme invented by Mr. W. M. Hughes for bringing about unemploy ment and forcing enlistment. * ? ? . ? That many of the prominent Union Leaders have made up their minds to have a trial o£ strength with the National Government sooner or later, even if this strike is settled. » ? ? - Tha...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRIGADIER-GENERAL J. MONASH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

BRIGADIER-GENERAL J. MONASH, 1 On the threshold of the fourth year of the war, Australia's sons are still going strong, feel ing evera growing confidence in final victory, which will safe guard' the future liberties of their native land. But much hard fighting still remains, which will thin out our ranks. Unless Aus tralia sends us men to fill the gaps our task will be all the harder.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THUMBS DOWN TO [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

THUMBS DOWN TO— The men who have sought to extend the strike instead of endeavoring to bring about a settlement. The curs who. made cowardly assaults on en cihedrivers and other railway employees. The inhuman monsters who sent to destruc tion tne crew of the Belgian Prince. The Ministers and officials who are respon sible for the non -internment of enemy sub jects, British Ministers who barter honors for large sums of money.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EMPIRE MESSAGES ON WAR ANNIVERSARY MR. W. A. HOLMAN, PREMIER OF N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

EMPIRE MESSAGES ON WAR ANNIVERSARY MR. W. A. HOLMAN, PREMIER OF N.S.W* The failure of the Russian armies con sequent upon the chaos arising from the revolution Im Doses uoon the Wes tern Allies the task of maintaining the war until the en trance of America redresses the bal ance temporarily turned against us. This task lies In a special degree upon Great Britain and the Dominions. Ul timate victory can be made certain, but only by maintaining a firm front against the enemy during the period of Americas preparation. The enemy'6 military power is still gigantic. His social organisation is very thorough. The German and Austrian people are suffering great hardships, but there is no apparent prospect of bringing them to surrender from starvation or through any failure of the vital necessities of the war, and the enemy is still in posses sion of 150,000 square miles of Allied terri tory, which he has conquered. At present he is increasing this at the expense of Rus sia. The task before th...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HATS OFF TO [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

, HATS OFF TO— The men -.on 'both sides who have sought honestly lo bring about a settlement of the strike. Kerensky, the Russian Premier, for under taking to reconstruct the Russian Ministry. The negro Republic of Liberia for joining ths Allies, Dr. Liebknecht, the German Socialist Leader, who is reported, as dying in a prison hos pital. ? ? The British trades unionists who are resist ing the proposal for representation at the Stockholm Conference. The Spanish Government- for bringing about the safe passage of hospital ships.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Page for Young People [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

A Pa&e for I ^rbung) People I By AUNT BEE, . Dear Boys and Girls, — Here are some^hew competitions for you. I hope you will be pleased with them and send along your entriesf So that you will not be kept waiting too long for the results I am closing them all by tho' end of September. In framing these com petitions it is a little difficult for me. You see, I must confine myself mostly to those for which I know you care', arid this prevents me from offering you anything new. What I should suggest is this. Will my readers let me know what sort of competitions they like best? For example, do you care for photo graphy? If you do, and will write in sufficient numbers to tell me so, I will ' include this in the next competitions. Or will you make any other suggestion. . . Now, I hope you will approve of the list published to-day and enter freely. By the way, the prize-winners .of the July-August series will be published on August 25. Your sincere friend, ' ? . AUNT BEE.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

THE SPIRIT OF QUALITY v -—-,,, _ ' ? — -, ' ' ' ' ^H, — '' ~ ? :- ihls celebrated Gin is specially M* ¥ ¥ OP 'W^C ¥^¥5*^^ /^ |M ^commended by the medical If) I M Wm M M r^ I M' ffC a fi « 1 1^1 fraternity for those suffering - '%,JBk M- A^J J^r Msxi M- hJP SLJr A% & Vll 4 ^ from KIDNEY COMPLAINTS SEE THAT YOU GET' GILBEYV IT IS IN FRONT OF ALL OTHER BRANDS AND RHEUMATISM, ^. — ? . TUaKMiiMwS?.'if..STDNEY' '^ A^NraT'^

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONALITIES OF THE STRIKE: PORTRAITS OF THE LEADERS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

PERSONALITIES OF THE STRIKE: PORTRAITS OF THE LEADERS iilSf ££ u? the itohtical and induBtnal leaders on both rides Bhow (reading from left.to right), :— Top :. Mr. J. Storey. jk.L.A., Leader of the Parliamentary Labor Party; Mr. A. , E. Dengate, Secretary, of the Amalgamated Engineers' Society; Mr.' James Fraser, Chieft Railway. Comrn ssbneV Mr B J ' Kavanaeh A L C JS^tfrtf v ' Strike Defence Committee, and Secretary, of the Trades and Labor Council; Mr. G. W. -Fuller. ArtinF-pSer. Bottom ? Mr A C I^WaVton Sre' ' ' PEACE OR WAR? THE STRIKERS BIG MEETING IN THE DOMAIN jg#H^

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANZACIANA TALES FROM THE FRENCHES. AN ABNORMAL SPECIMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

d~ ? ?- ? 1 ? — ? ? — ? ' ? TALES FROM THE TRENCHES. AN ABKOTtMAI' SPECIMEN. Tli'1 Morv t,-oes that Quern Alexandra on one m Her ntuiiv vWt» to ilic wounded soldiers, recently tntt an itlminmil swim™ («n Anme). wlio, ai&ed l»y licr Majretv ilii! umul question wlirthcr lie was anxious to k-4 lwck to the iroiit, inndc 1lie ununul reply 1 'J«oj I'm-wcll. dasbed il 1 am.11 But the Vuecu, wlww deaf- Inni grown von*, inUajipNdicnded tlie (situation. 'JJruvc ' lu..r 1' tlio it'Jvlncdi 'that's what they all say,'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

GREAT PRIZE SCHEME ONE THOUSAND POUNDS &7OO ? and— £300 IN CASH IN GOODS in exchange for Labels off tins of 'BACCHUS MARSH' Condensed Milk 'STANDARD' Condensed Milk 'A.M.P.' & 'SWAN ' Condensed Milks COMPETITION ENDS ON DECEMBER 31, 1917. Inquire for further particulars from your grocer.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW COMPETITIONS FOR AUGUST & SEPTEMBER [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

NEW COMPETITIONS FOR AUGUST & SEPTEMBER CliiBg A. — This class is open only to those who are under. 12. For the neatest and best handwriting; in a little letter to Aunt Bee, a prize. of 2'0 will lie awatded. Letters should lit; quite short,' and ninilvs Will be given for Hie proper form in which a leltci should bis written. . ? Class (B. — This class is open to all competitors who , arc tinder 34. Kor the six best jokes sent in fthov need ' not be original) a prize of a book; to tho value of 7/6 is offered. The winner may make his or her own cholco of the volume. ''..?'? -. i .-.Class D.— This' class is for boyi only, and is open to , those who have not reached their lSUi birthdays. It in offered to cadets and boy scouts, and -is for the be»t description done by one of them ol hit work,' either I in scouting' or in drilling.' The description must not /, exceed 500 words, and the prize is a first-clans knife. ; ;-. i Claes, O. — Here is a cIobs that used to be very.'popu- , 7...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEROISM OF CABIN-BOY ON BOARD THE SINKING CAMERONIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

HEROISM OF CABIN-BOY ON BOARD THE SINKING CAMERONIA. An American paper, furnished the following account of the ndmirable coolness ol a cabin boy on board the The Catneronia was conveying 3000 troops when struck. Camoronia, which was sunk in the Mediterranean in April. Of these 110 perished, and it is believed that the toll would have been much heavier but for young Alexander McCready. A rescued soldicri told the following story : 'A torpedo 'hit the Cameronia just forward of the dining saloon,' said the passenger, 'causing indescrib able havoc in the saloon. The celling caved in, parti tions and doors were- smashed/ tables were overturned, and everybody ran to the deck, expecting to find the vessel ready to sink. There was a rush for the boats, the total capacity of which .was about 2500; while the number' of troops aboard, plus the crew, exceeded 3000. In the confusion, men pushed one another -aside, step ping upon those who fell. The shock from the torpedo, moreover, had killed an...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

It is Most Important WHEN BUYING YOUR NEW SEA SON'S CORSET TO SEE THEY COM BINE SYMMETRY AND SUPPLE NESS. THESE ESSENTIALS TO CORSET SUCCESS ARE SECURED BY. FOLLOWING THE NATURAL CURVES SO DELICATELY INTER PRETED IN THE NEW MODELS OF THE £n£lisl-Made NAUTILUS I IKSr I S THESE CORSETS EXPRESS THAT SYMMETRICAL AND GRACEFUL OUTLINE SO MUCH DESIRED BY THE WELL-DRESSED WOMAN. THERE ARE MODELS FOR EVERY FIGURE— HIGH. MEDIUM, OR LOW BUST. EACH MODEL HAS ITS INDIVIDUAL MERIT. English-made NAUTILUS CORSETS ARE DELIGHTFUL EXAMPLES OF HOW NATURE'S BEAUTIFUL LINES CAN BE FOLLOWED AND EMBODIED, MAKING EVERY FIGURE PERFECTION, GRACEFUL POISE. AT SAME TIME GIVING ABSOLUTE FREEDOM AND DE LIGHTFUL EASE AND COMFORT. INSIST ON YOUR DRAPER SHOWING THE NEW MODELS OF Lnglish-made Nautilus Corsets L- ? - — ^_ — — j

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAG ENDS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

[?] By JOHN DRAYTON. It is to be feared that some of the boys at the front are growing economical with the truth. One of. them speaking of rats in the trenches said he saw one 'as big as a billy goat run into his tent and try on his over coat.' * * ? The name does not appear In the casualty list, but it alleged, by one of the returned, that his mate got both eyes blackened through be ing hit with some beer. 'It was froze hard,' the returned man declares. ? . ? ? ? ? ? ? The wise photographer, and he who gets the business, is not-- the man who makes people look as they look, but makes them look as they think they look. He is the one to whom, from near and far, they come. # ? ? ? It is not to be said that there are many men who will take a tip in cold coin to do a thing they, should not. But the effect of a fiver over each eye is marked when it is desired one shall not see too much. And one over the mouth may cover a guarantee that he will not say too much. ? » . « . ? The family reco...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

Ends Saturday, August 18 LADIES' BOOTS Reduced PATENT GOLOSHED Button, White tops, pump soles, wood Cuban heels, sizes 4, 5, G, only. Usual Price, 25/6 .. 19/6 PATENT GOLOSHED Button, White Suede tops, pump soles, ?wood heels, sizes 3, 4, G only. Usual Price, 29/6. ? 21/ ?PATENT GOLOSHED Button, Khaki cloth tops, sizes 3, 4, 5 only. Usual Price, 25/6 .. .. 19/6 PATENT GOLOSHED Button, Fawn tops, pump soles, Cuban heels, sizes 3, 4, 5 only. Usual ... Prtee, 21/ ? 13/5 PATENT VAMP Button, Khaki leg/patent band on top of leg, Svood heels, pump soles, sizes 3 to 7.- Usual Price, 37/6 . . . . ? 29/6 PATENT GOLOSHED Button, Black cloth tops, welted soles, sizes 2 to 7. Usual Price, 22/6 18/9 'PATENT GOLOSHED Button, Bewn soles, Bizes 2 to 0. Usual Price, 19/9 ? 15/6 PATENT GOLOSHED' Button, Black Suede legs, welted soles, sizes 2 to' 6; no toecaps. Usual Price, 24/6 ............ 21/ GLACE KID LACE SHOES DERBY and OXFORD Shoes, pSl6°/19eS'3'4'50nly'IJ8Ual 15/9 OXFORD ' Shoes, 'patent 'cap,...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SNAPSHOTS OF THURSDAY'S CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

SNAPSHOTS OF THURSDAY'S CONFERENCE These snapshots were taken by the Mirror photographer on Thursday, when the con ference between the representatives of the Union and the Ministry took place. The second figure from the left in the top group is Mr. Claude Thompson, secretary of the Amalgamated Kailway and Tramway Association. The remaining figures are, reading from left to right: 5rr«. ? t-, Dengate, secretary Amalgamated Engineers ; Mr. A. C. Willis, secretary Northern Collieries Employees' Association ; Mr. W. Ainsworth, secretary Locomotive Enginedrivers, etc., Association. The figures in the bottom picture are, reading from left to right: Mr. Cjraname, Minister for Agriculture ; Mr. Ashford, Minister for Lands ; Mr. G. W. Fuller, ? Acting-Premier ; and Mr. G. S. Beeby, Minister for Labor. ' ?

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHESS & DRAUGHTS PROBLEM No. 7. Blade (5 pieces.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

CHESS & DRAUGHTS PROBLEM No. 7. , ? - . Blaclc (5 pleoes.) ... -,.'.- ? '': -. ' White (8 pieciiB.) ; ; ;.(4-Ilt1ri,:0Ml', 1K2PJJ.1,. CqQl, Opl.. OPi; 8, 5B2.) '?..'. WliUo to play' nnd inato in two moves. ? - ' Solution of Xo. 5 (l'osiiisil).— irfl, 7pi Q21HX2, 21clp2K, 8, Zp8»l. -8, 8.— Mate, in two.— Key : 1, H-QJ. Solved by ?. A. 11. Jenkins, Tcmjie; M. Harpur, North Sydney; O.K.K.. ArneUffc (u plunOi A. Walters, Manly, D.G.M., Buiiilaberg (().); W.'A. llohbs, Sydney; and 11. W. Hill, Melbourne (a clover problem). M.H.. :* The* letters and figures beneath diagram reprc-, Edit tho l'orsytli notation of position above, and are in serted to avoid trouble' through possible misprints, .Com?' . nicrico from Black's Q.K sq; figures denote- number of blank square, capital letters represent White pieces, small letters '.-Block, N— Knight, ? -.'.*'. Another Blaclcburnc brilliant : Guioco Piano, White— Amateur. Black— Blackburne. 1. P-K4 ?' 11. U-Kt3 1.-P-K4 11. Castles 2i 1CI-K B ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR BUSY FINGERS A DIAMOND PATTERN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

FOR BUSY FINGERS A DIAMOND PATTERN. The imltiTii slum-n in Die rngrnving is suitable for many jjujjicwr*. and niu.v be knitted wi'tii either wool' or ?cotton, tck-cliiig u pair of kiiiUiiig needles ol suitable sire. Coiimienw the Diamond l'atteni bv enisling cm anv number of nt it dies divisible by D, mid 1 stitch over to fcecp tlu- edge even It is a (rood ,,!„„ to aj]ow „}„„ irom * to 8 -extra rtitwira on each side for a maririji llie»e to he always Itnitteil plain. Do a tew j.l^in rotvn aa a fouii dalion. Tirst pattern row : Knit 1, Unit 2 toffcther nialco Limit 1, miike i, slip l. knit 1, pass tho Blijmea stitch over, repeat tlie same, and end bv knittin- the last illicit. Second row : I'url. Third row ; Knit 2 tosollier, * make 1, linit S. make 1, slip 3, Itnit 2 to -tfctlicr, passed the ilijipod stitch over repent from *; mid at the end, after make I, knit 3, make 1, Klip 1, Itnit 1, pass the slipped stitch over. Fourth row : I'url. I'ifth row : Knit 1, ? make j, slip ], knit 1...

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