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OFFICERS. H.M.A.S. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

i OFFICERS. H.M.A.S. MELBOURNE. Officers and 6hlp's company of H.M.A.S. Melbourne enter -the fourth year of the war with confidence and determination. Aus tralia pervades their memories of the past and their hopes for the future.

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

MUTUAL HELP BUREAU Dean (Boie Ba.v) : Ttfssoi* will be ver.v popular again for the Summer, aufl I know this method of 'washing will iuovc satisfactory; First make a good «o_ap lather, not loo hot. Put in the Mouse or dress, soaping «nlj'' parts very soiled. Bub- these gently. When dh-tjr part* arc oil. clean, rhuc Garment in clean, cola water to which a' 14H1m ftnMv lisa Itnmi aBtinft. AVrinfr as drr fin nnssihlo liaiig outside until quite dry, iroa without damping, using a. good hot iron; and the tussore viil look like new. . ???'- ? ?'?* ? ?'» Housewife {narlinjrlitiret) : To .prevent rust marks ap pearing ou your maUrcas brush over tlie spring-bed mat- : tress with a thin coating of varnish, allow it 15 hours to harden, and it will never get 'the Chance to rush und make ataini on' tiie bed dips; *i'o practise economy in rus : Get a large tilecuU' tin from tlie-erooer and piece a few holes in --(lie lid. 'mid place an .asbestos mat oh. the e»a ring under the tin. In tbe tin small ...

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

ADMIRAL SIR DAVID BEATTY. . On the third anni versary of the war, I wish to repeat, on behalf of the Grand Fleet, how much the co-operation of our Australian comrades Is valued and appre ciated. Tenacity is the special quality for which the Brit ish people through out the world have gained a .reputation In the past. The future of the British Empire depends on every effort being made until final vic tory is achieved.

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

HAIR SPECIALIST, BERNARD KAY. Tteatinc Scurf, naudruff. Sca»|i Trouble*, and railing Hair, at 31 Benl-st., By&ritf, near Botanical flanlem. FREE . Every woman whose health ' is causing , her anxiety is invited to .write for a copy of our new Booklet of valuable iutorma . tion. .which should be in every home. Send 3d. for postage to Dept. T.M., Ladiea' Col lege of Health,, 54 Oxford Street,, Sydney.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL. I cannot do better than repeat what I said in the Guildhall In August, ' 1914 : 'We have only to endure to conquer.' This Is the hour above all others for Britain to show the cool and dogged te nacity which In every foreign country Is recognised as the great characteristic of our race. In the months that lie be fore us every temp tation towards weak ness and compro mise In the guise alike of qood and bad motives will be presented to us, and our Empire must prove itself the rock on which our Allies In the Old World can be upheld, till our AIIIesTwho are also our kith and kin and our long-separated brothers, across the Atlantic, can bring their irresistible force to bear, and so secure an honorable and a last Ing peace.

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

Instantly relieves pain — —^stimulates circulation — dispels Hood congestion. it carea JVearafgta. 'Your Wonder-wool is ; simply splendid. Baby (18 months old) had a very severe cold on the chest; nothing which I Save her to take had any effect, and she was . gradually setting worse. I I was advised to try Wonder- Wool' ivhiqh 1 did, making U into a ! little jacket for her to wear. The result was marvellous, within two hours she was well on her way to recovery and it was not long be fore she was completely i cured.' (Sgd.) C. MARTIN, Kite Street, Orange. It is a scientifically processed cotton wool charged with unique medicinal essences. Creates an inner- heat which relieves pain — dispels inflam mation and blood conges* tion which is the cause ol all ' nerve pauiB such as Rheu matism, Sciatica/ Backache, Gout, Lumbago, Abdominal Pains, Sore Throat, Sprains, Chilblains, Bronchitis, Colds and Coughs, Pleurisy, Neur algia, Headache. Wawn's Wonder-Wool cures because it releases the con...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMANDING OFFICER, H.M.A.S. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

? COMMANDING OFFICER, H.M.A.S. 1 SYDNEY. A strong pull, a long pull, and a pull all together.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GOVERNMENT SIDE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

? '~ ? . ...... / THE GOVERNMENT SIDE After Friday next no workman will go back to his old status. The men who stand by the Government in this crisis will be amply pro tected, and will receive and maintain seniority in the future. The. men who refuse to return will lose the special rights and privileges which they now enjoy as employees of the State. — G. W. FULLER, Acting Premier. » .* . ? The Commissioners are not on strike, and have not done anything in contemplation of a lockout of the workmen.— G. S. BEEBY, Minister for Labor. ? ♦ « The Commissioners express high appreciation of the wonderful work the loyal men are doing, and also the remarkable organisation produced by the efforts of the administrative officers.— Railway Commissioners. ? :-.'?' , ''?..-? I know, .that the tramway and traffic men at heart are not in this strike. They.are out only because they do not like being called blacklegs* and scabs— but every man who stands by the Government . will be .protected.— G. W. F...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Echoes of the Great Strike WHAT THE LEADERS SAID THE STRIKERS' SIDE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

Echoes o! the Great Strike WHAT THE LEADERS SAID THE STRIKERS' SIDE Vfe are engaged in an industrial dispute which will involve, if permitted to continue, almost every person in N.S.W., but the effects of it must of necessity be of a disastrous character, It. will end .in the whole of our social and in* dustrial forces being dislocated.— J. STOREY, Leader of the Opposition. * * * * The Workers have never handled a strike with cleaner hands than on this occasion. The pre sent government represents the most reactionary forces in the Commonwealth. Those men who are running the trams to-day should be cursed and damned by every working man. — P. BROOKFIELD, M.L.A, ? ? ? You mongrel. We'll sbow-you who the ? - scabs are now. I've a good mind to knock your — — brains out with this. Go and put your ? docket in.— PHILLIP HOGAN, porter, fined £10 at Central Police Court. ? '* * ? ' ? There has been no serious attempt, so far, to settle the struggle. I repudiate most strongly the statement tha...

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

INSPIRING MESSAGES FROM THE NAVY AND ARMY The following are some further cable tnes ? sages sent to the Mirror on the occasion of the third anniversary of tne war, which ar rived too late for our last issue: — GENERAL SjR WILLIAM BIRDWOOD. For three years British arms have been fighting for what they believed to be the principles of justice and free dom. Unprepared at the outbreak of the war, the British people, with charac teristic elnglemlnd edness, have gradu ally been organfs ing and preparing their resources, with the result that wo now have in the field armies which, during the past 12 months, have been steadily showlnq their ability to achieve the alms for which they were conceived. In this gigantic task the peoples of the Oversea Dominions have taken their full share, with a complete sense of individual and collective responsibility. To our enemies and the world It has been proved that the Empire, loosely but insolu . bly bound, Is a homogeneous whole whose power 'is inexhau...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MODES AND MEN STRIKERS AND STOKERS Expensive Rumor. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

MODES AND MEN ? ' ?. ? « — ? . STRIKERS AND STOKERS By FRANK MORTON. Expensive Rumor. Rumor, with the thousand idiot tongues, hat naturally been very busy over the strike. Last Saturday night the whole Blue Mountain region thrilled to the tale of an awful riot in Sydney. On Monday forenoon all Sydney twitched with indignation and disgust to hear that the rail way service had positively ceased. I was a bit wild about it myself, because it seemed that I should have to hire a taxi to take me fifty miles. But when I went up to the railway station by way of precaution, I found th« indicator board full of announcements of out-. going trains, mine among them. At ordinary times I can look upon .Rumor with a certain benevolent tolerance. But when Rumor' nearly puts me to an expense of £4/10/ I naturally cease to make allowance. Rumor is a danger ous beast. Glinkle. It was in a Mountain train that I met an old gentleman so twinkly and glad that naturally to myself I called him Glinkle. One of...

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

DRAUGHTS. PROBLEM Noi 7. By A. .Vellch. Blaclc : 10, 19, 28. White : 27, 31. K. 25. ?White to play and win. Solution of No. 1 (Shields). Black : 7,- 0, 12,- 18, 23, Ks. 20 82. White: 0, 14, 28, 80, Ks. fi, 8' 20. Block ' to move and win, thus : 82—27, 20—10, 12—16, 10-12, 7—10. 14—7, 18-22, B— 14. 22-20, 30-23, 27— 4.— Black wins. : Oamo played between Messrs. E....T. Suthprst (Lon ?don). ajid T. Goldsboro' (Bradford), the latter having ?U10 White side. '~ ' 11—15 38—0 11—18 28—24 IC— 20 30-20 28—18 6—14 22—18 2—7 21—17 23—30 ' 8-11 22—17 10-10 -24-19 11-10 32-7 27—23 10—18 21—15 11—10 .10-7 80—14 4-8 26-22 14-18 17—14 S-10 7—2 28-10 18-211 81-27 7^1 Ja 27-24 20-23 ? -0—14 10—15 7—11 14— 10' 20--27 2-27. W. wins (a) 7 — 10 draws. The stroke appears to be forced from here.-T.a. ^ »»_„____

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

QUESTIONS ANSWERED MEDICAL ENQUIRER (Araluen): The official dose of the tincture is from 5 to 15 minims. Each fluid ounce contains DKSPONDKNT. (Perth, W.A.) s To some extent the troubls'is duetto a congestion of the circulatory sys tem in the hands, and as this is remedied the enlarge ment, will become less conspicuous. See reply., in this ? Issue to Thick Hand (Seutral Bay), and follow that - treatment. ? ? ItHADAMANTIIUS (Booroona, Q.) :. In chronic nasal catarrh, and especially where relief does not follow the use of a saline wash,- it may be nectary to have the posterior nasal wall cauterised in order to arrest the inflammatory .process. .For: this, reason you'should be ..examined by . your local doctor, meanwhile . using a solution of glyco-lhymoUne both as a nasal lotion and gargle before retiring at night. 1IKNNA (Sydney): Although the henna treatment is not harmful to the hair-growth when. used in the ordinary . way as a wash, ; It is probable that, the natural color will te...

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

:':-- MISQELIANEOU5 HORDER'N'S ? FIHE (to G'Ki, Leichhardt) : Tlie fire oc ? ? curred on July 12, 1001. v ANTI-SUBMARIKE ' DEV7CE' (,to: P.B., Leichhardt) Communicate- with. Minister for Defence. . QUEEN1 ELIZATHSTli (to X.Y.Z., Paddington) : Her : larg»6t-'guns.wcro-15'lrieh,' of which she' carried eight. LIVING 'WAQB ' (to. J.E.; City) : Judge Heydon's last 'judgment fixed it at £2/15/0. In the case of awards then in existence (103G) ; thc-ratc was only brought up to: £2/14/;' but the higher figure Ayas fixed for new awards. ' ' ' ' ' ,: ? ?. . .. F1GUHES IN WORDS (to Bet, .Marrangaroo) : One thou sand tix hundred and seventy million pounds sterling.. In Amrrlcit a' thousand' millions is called a billion, but -in Brltith 1 countries a billion is u million millions. THE -yi!lP' (to H.P.^.S.',; Rose Bay) -The play pro diircil by J, C. Wiiliarason, and reewitly shown here in picture. Torin, is the only one of the name shown in Australia. ? 2. Koj the dealer has the right to shuffle t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Through the Eyes of a Woman THE WEEK'S GOSSIP New Zealand Visitors. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

Through the Eyes of a Woman :: :: - THE WEEK'S GOSSIP New Zealand Visitors. Mr. and Mrs. David Nathan, members of the well-known and much respected New Zealand family, are in Sydney. Their beautiful home one of the finest private residences in the Dominion — was recently destroyed by fire, and many valuable jewels, pictures, and. other articles were lost. Ada Reeve's Farewell. That fascinating and popular comedienne, Miss Ada Reeve, has left quite a gap since her departure for Queensland on Sunday, At her farewell on Saturday night she was standing in a veritable garden of flowers, when she bade a charming good-bye to Tlvoli audiences. Her efforts on behalf of the London Anzac Buffet were quite wonderful, and no one seemed able to resist her winning appeal. . Tivoli Matinee. At the matinee on Friday afternoon I hear, the fun was fast and furious, thanks to the efforts of Miss Ada Reeve, assisted by the energetic efforts of Mr. Little, the Well-known auctioneer. Miss Marie Tempest, a...

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

HEAD TO HEAD A boastful German cartoon, showing A,e. Prussian Eagle despatching the Allied monster. It will be noticed that England is the head.— (Der Brummer.)

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MILITARY MEDALLIST [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

MILITARY MEDALLIST Private S. A. Spooner, who was men tioned in Sir Ian Hamilton's last des patches, and received the Military, Medal for conspicuous bravery at Gal lipot He has now returned to Sydney.

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FOR THE BOCHE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

FOR THE BOCHE COLORED BRITISH SUBJECTS FROM £?*&-. *t4&t HMMIIM AV' ??' 'i*n -.m *?!-'/', '-''yiviiSntta«r?i sSS! IMMMMMMBBMB^MIIliyillMIH»iW«IMM«milUIIIUIIIIl»llll]UIIIMMIWIMl^BlMWMMBlliM»«iulimM An Anzac bringing up ehells to the guns in the recent offensive. He is wearing a helmet captured from the Ger mans.— (Central News.) AN AIRMAN'S MASCOT The King p,aying with one of tteg^-Meo^ .^ fam0U8 Hendon Aerodrome in This American design is aimed at making the stout woman- look as' slim and stylish, as her smaller sister. Every stitch, button, line, drapery, and crease is the result of study.— XUnderwood.) THE COMFORTER Lance-Corporal( (m charge of footsore Tommy, who has fallen out on the march) : Youve nothing to grouse about. You're gettin' your own back from the Government. Ain't you wearin' out their blinkin' boots ?' Yl?' WAR C0LLEGE- FOR THE EMPIRE Brig.-Gen. J. E. Kuhn, President of the Army War College at Washington. Sgt.-Major C. E. Bock, Military, Medallist,...

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IN THE LIMELIGHT LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. Talking and Singing. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

f — ~: ' ff'fik.B -gpra.g|| g«w ? LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. talking and Singinc . Billic Scaton, the American soubrette, now chovrine at the Tivoll, »ias« while she talks and talks while she sines. She ia a pretty and pleasing, plump and presentable young person, apparently only on tlie-tl«resho4d of her career. Her voice is small but uweet, and her wardrobe is comprehensive. She wears several maeniu cent dresses— one is half covered by a golden cuirass, which makes her look a modern Joan of Arc. With each change she wears fewer clothes until at length she arrives in a pyjama.. suit, whose shorts reveal — well, you must go and see for yourselves. A Delicate Touch. Ray Traynor, who is Billic Seaton's pianist, is a fine, upstanding young fellow, whose touch on the keys is remarkably delicate. He . can do anything with the piano in reason— - though he cannot make it dance the two-step. ' Sometimes he plays tricks with it. For in stance, he stands up and makes c harp of Us st...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

fHE medicine that goes hand in U hand with good health-- a I kind of twin brother— that brings I physical confidence, strength, 1 mental energy and clearness, is « 1 CLEMENTS TONIC, because it - - 1 possesses those specific properties I that re-build the human constitu- 1 tion, strengthens its working parts, r fe cleanses the stomach, and purifies . ?. | the blood, thus creating new con- ''$ ditions with health results to the ' M user. If any greater proof is ';4| required of the powers of this .^| splendid medicine, the testimonies ?' | given afford it, written by those | who can well afford by experience ' I to iudge of its merits. For the | general good of the public they j are published and are well worth | reading. ? j Over 100 voluntary letters in praise of this nerve remedy | have been received during the months of March, April, I and May, which may he seen and verified at the offices of the Company, Clements Tonic, Ltd., Rozelle. Get it | from your chemist to-day, and get we...

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