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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

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Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

I BTDOWELL and MUGiES I I ^ Offer You Three Liaes of I I Spedally-Pricd^ Summer Underwear I Jg '~~~ Mall Ordera exe. Savvl™ 1 '? 1 *'» OUR SPECIAL UNE OF cutetf same day «r T^T i fl TUSSORE SILK, 34ln. wld« at - _^\ \f H | 1/- YARD. received, and \t r gLJ^, 1 , 1 for Country Wear there's no- B°°rfe *'' Mt'fy /AhR 9 ' J ^.V'^tLt^ssaJS'^S W8 *?' refuni1 UTa \ I 'H iSi!«in3,JJt mSre ?'itob|e *»-an money without Ml Iffl ! I ? n 2slep 'bl'Ie» 'or this purpose, ill IaGh ? B H This opeclal lino Is 3(ln, wide, question. I1 -i'M S H pure qua.lty, nnd ono lady '??'-«?»'? W J J|M H , B, writes us saying that 'washing ? \W Jfl H (? fl- eeemu-to Unpravv It.'*'. Sena tor' i--_ ,, IH m I -I' S'youTOordg;-,n^l,?rY.»r?ig,(.t Free Frelflht on all j UH § 'H* 'tra'a- y , ? c - -lines' tjdoted.' ffii' B H EA8ILY WORTH - f- Ui/O-vif.1 r ?*-* I j|| ,8 'EXTRA*' SPECIAL PRICE, M45 — Latfles' Call- i |§ KSS^S, ' ' I'y '- ' -'- ^ *arrf Oir - ? , «^s»i5!a Wl * B ~ ] f and finely trimmed -* EmBJM H . ' with emb...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

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Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE "TOTE." STATE PARLIAMENT'S ATTITUDE. WILL HISTORY REPEAT ITSELF? [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

1 IULi 1 %P I lllo STATE PARLIAMENT'S * - ATTITUDE. ,? WILL HISTORY REPEAT ITSELF ? ,- (Special to ' The Mirror.') It will bo a matter for astonishment, p.3 well as congratulation, if a. bill for tho Introduction of tho. totajlsator ever passes the Legislature of New South .Wales. An ngltntlon for ifs Introduction hag been in progress, off and on, for. many years, but it has always ended In the came way, and the reform seems as far away as ever. It Is generally admitted that a referendum of tire people on the subject would result '/ In a' tremendous majority In favor of the mnchine. But the wishes of the people have in the past counted as nothing be side, the special interests involved, and tiie bookmaker has far too much Influence behind him. to be easily driven out of his,', strong position. ' £ « A ROYAL £l,\RCE. ] 'Besides ho- and 'his friends can always '. point to the decision of tho Royal Com- Jj mission which a few jears ago toured ' New^Zcaland and'other totalUator States, ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRANCIS BIRTLE'S TRIP ACROSS AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

FRANCIS BIRTLE'S TRIP ACR088 \ AUSTRALIA. 'The Mirror' has secured :th» exclusive rights of reproduction of the intensely interacting photoflropin taken by Mr, FranoSf Birtlio, the famous traveller, oi- his recant trip. Tha first instalment I? published on Pupo % Further phota graphs, together with a eeriea of ertfeloa by Mr. Birttc* tUscrlbtng hts trip, wilt bk published ? In ' our next and «ub»oquent issuop.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN MY GABBER Snapdragon. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

-w^bht. ©ABfemr Snapdragon. . . - -^ Antirrhinum, or snapdragon, maintains Its popularity in spUo of all novelties and additions to the list or carton Cowers. The quaint blooms, which 'baive- been bo, Breotly. Improvbd of recent ye-irs, nro «tlll anjong we moat uttracUve to;beAund in, the' border; and the ease with which they caii bo rnlsea from seed and grown in any eood garden soil piark them as cpeclolly useful for the' aradtetuv The seed can be Bowii in' spring or uuturan in open seed beds and with anything like good cultiva tion results are. certain* Tho- colors-range from pure white to the deepest' crimson, some of the flowers being self-colored and others delicately striped, flaked and spotted.' '?-.'?' '..

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

REftD THE ' tttRRttR' FOR NEWS, ©P fffllR WEEK. ; t

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Some Reflections in The Mirror. HUNS IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

- ' HUN8.IN 8VDNEY. HAVING read your paper to-day I wish to congratulate you on the EtanS you arc taking regarding tho Internment of enemy subjects. Hundreds * nntl ;.. thousands of Auulrallans feel as -ou and I do on this very urgent quvstlon.. Why should we send our husbands, dond, and brothers to glvotheir'llsres.for. a land whlcifiuhel ters tfie cneniyT Wo are, merely murdor Ing our own flesh and blood, und it Is criminal of those In authority to „ allow this stato of affairs to exist.. Personally I know of more than a dozen 'Geraujoa.ln our midst, enjoying British protection, who. although naturalised Australians, by their every word ^nnd* dejed avow them selves staunch Prussians. Bje continuing the, campaign' as you have begun it and bringing before the public the plain un varnished truth, , I feel sure you will do Australia, and those men who are 'fight ing for her, Incalculable service. Sydney,- August 29. '?'.?? -. !? / -:\ .?:? :-::. -.;:-:,'y.;.'l+}t--:m ? ^ ?/./'-. ?.:?'...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NATIONAL SERVICE. MR. FISHER'S APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

[?] ^ iR.fism^ appeal'- {Special, to 'Tho Mirror.') The appeal 'for national service, both for fighting and other purposes, ban met with- a hearty response amongst all classes and in all narts of the State. The statements made by the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition for pub lication in the 'Mirror' indicate the im portance which is now attached to the matter in high places. Resolutions have been passed in favor of compulsory service by the following Recruiting Absociations, which .arc in dicative of the feeling generally through out the country:— Numm Junction, Tho Rock, Corowa, Edon, Tiimberumba, Wal gett, Woombooldool, Windoycr, Narro mine, Maclean, Euppvillo, Stroud, Emma ville, Kiama, Casino, Lcctou, Forbes, Maeksvjllc, Cowro, Bonrjte, Nowbridge, MilKhorpe, Hargraves, Punedoo, Gil gandra, and Uralla. The BritiBh Immi gration League also favors compulsion. The following Associations hnvo also, with certain reservations, exprcsspd them selves in favor of the puncipl...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JULIUS BLAU CASE. DRASTIC ACTION NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

' WUUSHLAUCASE, . , DRASIIO ACTION NEEDED, .. '? 4%e .sensational disclosures with regard to the case of Julius ftlau, the naturalised , Austrian who itnportcd t|icf German I&tu de Cplogno '4713,' hns'opencrl the eyes of tho Government and the pubue to the dangers of. allowing tbfl sli{jhte»,t latitude to any Germau. or Austrian, wltcther .hatnralUei^or not, \ ,j r - TIjo action 'to. bve (sken-by tlio Federal Attonioy.(ieiicral is atyaitcrl w^tlj - eomo anxiety. The public will ce^piniy^iot be satisfied with nuytlupg short «| ' th-astia action. \ AH tho steps taken in Australia to prc-s vent 'trade with, enemy .subjects .or . in enemy 'goods would bo futile if a neutral country like the United States we're' to' be made^ the nominal place of oxport, nl though in reality the article despatched io AmUaiiu won Geniwn-mude or German owned, wholly or in part. One w.ethod of preventing effectively any subterfuge of this sort would be the prohibition- tif the hnportation of certninj...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Fight to a Finish. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

A Fight to a Finish. ' This journal's policy is not to rest until trade by Germans or Qprman '. controlled undertakings- and m GeP ' man-made Igoodi is banished from Australia, never to return. iWe-are out to iignt, without com promise or reserve, any Company or individual who, whether directly or m indirectly, openly- or by sfibterfuge, consciously or unconsciously, sells enemy goods or goods in which Ger mans, Austrians, ,or Turku- havo a substantial interest. 'Facts are chiols that' winna cling,' and we 'venture to say that the facts and figures which we give elsewhere make it tjlear beyond all shadow of doubt that the Osram lamp, ostensibly 'Britislr' and sold by a 'British' Company, is ' in reality a product of German origin which was until recently owned for the most part in Germany and -by Germans, and is still to a very large extent yielding profits for Germans. Manufacture in England by Bri tish workmen does not and cannot remove 'the German associations of this article and...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMAN CLUB. STILL, BEING USED. HUNS IN RESIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

GERMAN CLUB, STILI, BEINa USKD. HUMS EH RESIDENCE. fSnecial to 'The Mirror. ') The German Club in Philip-street is still being used by Huns, although the general ^ impression is that the club was closwl by; order of the Minister of Defence Rome months ago. We understand that at least four Ger- l mans are at present^ and have been for some time, 111 residence at the the c\uu. One of them is Hormann Hilger, the Ger man wool-buyer. They have been denied quarters at hotels and boarding-houses, and now find it a comfortable refuge iu an environ ment which enables them to cry with im punity 'Hoch der Kaiser' every time a German submarine Binlcs a pasaengej; ship, _

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

'Cfte mirror/' SEPTEMBER 5. 1?1B.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUNS IN SYDNEY. GERMANS IN MILITARY FORCES. INTERNMENT THE ONLY SAFE COURSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

;,-^pS-;;]R^$rDiiEiF^ GERMANS IN MILITARY .FORCES. ^TERWMENT THE ONLY SAFE' COURSE. (Special to 'The Mirror.') Hie German shipping agent who is al lowed to watch Australian transports and warships at Garden Island from his home at Elizabeth Bay, is one of many still at large in Sydney and other cities of Aus tralia. iuuy uru uu (luiuuuuuy iiuugei.uui- iu this country. Not one of them is to he trusted, from a National standpoint. There is only one safe policy to he ,. adopted, and that is to put every German, Austrian or Turk in Australia behind a, barbejl wire fence, where they will lmvo no opportunity of assistiugv their com patriots, who are murdering women and 1 children in the benside towns of England or on passenger ships, and lire poisoning our soldiers in the trimcheB. Tli is is no timo for kid-glove tactics. Are Englishmen allowed to roam at large in Berlin, or sell English goods or servo in tlio Gorman public service? Of course not. Tho German Government is not so foolish, ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR OUR WOUNDED SOLDIERS. Cafe Chan[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

FOR OUR WOUNDEp SOLDIERS. q^f* CNirtnnt. f ? The Cofo rimntant JJaxoar and FancT Drc?B BaU, pranioted by the Amateur \ ' KportBmtn'n fund of M K.W..,waB held at 'C Uio Tpwn- HJll -«stcxHily gflcrnoon and - : «v-.-nl»7. U proved a ^r--At su--c--ks-, eo much ai- that it tins beon iJccSdfd to con- V tlmiu It on Monday firon* 1 to 5 i-.n-. An/ ,? 'y tbo good* \tlll be elthrr cold )--- nuctlou .,/' uUhout re«rve or'rafflctt. . ' '-r

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DARCY'S VICTORY. WORLD'S MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP. MURRAY DEFEATED ON POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

DARQY'S VICTORY. - WORTJ)'» MIDDLBWEIGK? CHAMPIONSHIP,, MURRAY DEFCATED ON POINTS. Lea. Barcy (ho)doi' of tlio world's middles cighi tttlo) mot Billy Murray, of ?* America, nt the liushcutiera Bay Stadium loot nl(;ht, when the contest ended in a victory on points for -Dnrcy, , THE CONTEST. Tho weights announced were Murray Ust. 61b and DJrcy list. 6lh. There wero about 9000 people present. ' J Murray betmed anxious to clinch and ,, hold In 'the. opening round, but Uarcy ? '?? frequently broke free, and landed Boraa nice left hooka and right Jolti, Tho referee frcaucntly scpurated tho ' ^ men. In tho second round, and JJiucy , played fur ths body tultlt his llflit and also connected with his left to tho head. Murray's best efforts woro short-nnu Jolts to tbo body. A hard right from i Murray neemed to anger Darty, who do'- , lighted tlio crowd by /jolnjr eftrr his ' ' opno;icnt and landlnff aevernl lefts. Uur- \ ray gained same points by short jolt* with, both right and Ml to the face...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ATHLETICS. CLUB MEETING POSTPONED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

«- .-ATHLETICS. ? '- CLUB MEETINQOPO'STPOIMED. Clubs refrained from arransina qvenia for raomU«ru yesterday afternoon, bvtinn to tho Amntour Sportsmen's Fund pat riotic entertainment at tbo Town Hall, To-morrow flveniner a special general meeting of nifiubcia of tlio Cotuny Ilar liors will be held for the purpose ot drawluK up tho club's summer programme and reviving Interest amongst tho athletes wlia participate in track mui firtd events. At a mcotlnu of tho Olympic Club's committeu on Tiwrodny Iastf ?J.6sovb. W. m. Iilurphy and (}. P. B Farlto, lion, handi capper, dakgato nnd hon. secrotary ro epectlvcly, tendered tliijlr rcslgnatlonu, having enlisted with Die Expeditionary Forces. . Mcssis, V. C. K. Madcley and 11. .T. Fitasimmona wero clacted pro tcm, Scot's College snorts am net down for Wednesday next at Iliiihcuttcr Bay, and the annual rc-nnion of the, King's School takra place on Friday next. To-day members' of tlto NS.W. Wallc Intr and Field Gnmcs Club will ennrase in a fui...

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