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BOWLS. YESTERDAY'S CLUB GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915
- VOWVB, YESTERDAY'S CLUB GAMES. , DrumnttoJic b«at South 'AsSflotcf four rinUs- at IJrutamoyco by lot tq (17. -BAImaln^bcat^MurrichviUs four rinks at SrartletnUle ,l-y 70 to 66. ' Mo};i(5ii»i bfRt Durwood Iif BiK rinks houift:RR-J-Ii«nitimntch by 103 tit 9$, Jinviwoilt' \-vat. Cheltenham two rlnlw 1 Biirwopi by 48 to -ts. - Victoria If»r(; boat Ashfltld in 'elijht jrlnfHi Jjotno-nnu-linmo mutelt by i»l to 1C1. In n, nix-rinhs homo ami homo watob, 'l3t^,tttttftH \^*% Mairickville \iy 158 to 111. Th.o Rartflwtch v. St. Rcorso match woo eanr\»-l(!-l'Qn-A.-:c(Hijit of ilw denth o? r jncpftber of ttsirfdnifk Cluk Citatffti;oci-l bent Ucerroft fqur rinlta at chninwood t»y »5 to 79. North, Bydpcy beat City In i)tx rlnkfl tiomc and hQWt' mntch by 124 to 9%
BASEBALL. SUMMER BASEBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915
BASEBALL. 8UMMCR BASEBALL ASSOCIATION. Tha nnnusi! meetln(r of tho Sunimor Haacball Association will be held at the Cufo irrancatB, 291 GcorBft-Btrcet, on Tuesday eicnlnp. it |j proposed tc- nitnr the namo of the Association to the N«W South. Wales MNatlonnt Bnsepail League. It 10 nnderfltaod. that tho ]^c)chhariit Club, which, wan disqualified by the New South Wiiles Baseball Association, ,will tulip part In tho competitiana. As the Lclchhardt team: la a. strong, one, it will be dl\idedt nnd tno teams will tic entered In the ]Hr!,t Grade, A QPOBTtNe CELEBRITY. WIGWAM WJW5ON JiU-I* Standing C«. 13 inches. nnA weighing M8«. ©tt. in goftft'condltton. William Wlt oqn HI1), mtcrctoty; «Mhe N.aW. ojod M9 tronolitnn Rugby HJniono, In a m«n 4t commanOlns' pt^ancr- Ha is probably the bsttt, huorm peraonailt» ]n U)-lo»- footholt Una amntcur ottUnminB Ia Australia, and. Is quito fnmpua in AmericSi
SMASHING A GERMAN TRENCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915
SMASHING: A GERMAN . TRENCH. This is, one of tho ntoat wonderful photographs of the war. After days of Ji»li*Kl dipginn the Britiih have finished a sap leading from their trenefitt* ' Bijnewltira In Flandor*' to tha Gsnnan tinea. A mine has just been «MB)iidast, dig Hunt have b«an hurled Inlp the air, and the trench has been _ „ tmuHstl .beyond rcoojjnltton. A hugft trater-like hole has -boon made; and tha ruB'j«tl bguldtra aro ilio remains of the German ear^works. Tho British troops charged tho trench and captured tt— and now 'they stand ? guarding, -tha prisoners. In tho crevices of the pit lFo the wounded, tha % * dying' and the dead. Tho bnyonnU of our gallant fighting men aro still 'fixed * and rb»t gleaming in tha sunshine against tha boulders,1 while naar by la a J ' i British 'Tommy' with a German helmet tied to his' hr.lt.
AUSTRALIA'S CHANCE A PRACTICAL PROPOSAL TO KEEP OUT GERMAN GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915
AUSTRALIA'S CHANCE — o A PRACTICAL PROPOSAL TO KEEP OUT GERMAN GOODS. (Special to 'The Mirror.') The interest in the question of replacing jGtennon trade in Australian by .'local en terprise lias-been stimulated (hiring the past --week- by the excellent exhibition arranged by the Chamber, or Commerce. Business men are now discussing prac tical means of dealing with the matter. 'THE LEAST WE CAN DO.' Mr/Arthur Riekard, as president of the Millions Club, is taking up the wlioJe -|ups- tiou with much enthusiasm and thorough ness. Discussing the matter with a represen tative of the 'Mirror,' he remarked that as Germany evidently values life very cheaply, and is therefore likely to be hurt more by the loss; of trade than in any way, _ after her violation of all treaties, all inter- - ' national laws of warfare and all laws. of hunianity,~thc least we can do is to pledge ourselves for ever not to purchase goo-J3 made by the enemy. 'The man who ia satisfied to buy goods manufactured by the...
THE GERMAN GRIP. GOODS SOLD IN AUSTRALIA BUILD UP PROFITS FOR GERMANS. CASE OF THE OSRAM LAMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915
? i GOODS SOLD IN AUSTRALIA BUILD UP PROFITS FOR GERMANS. ? CASE OF THE OSRAM LAMP. fSnecial to 'The Mirror.') Articles manufactured by' German controlled or German-owned uudertak tukiugs are still being sold in Australia, and tho byBlom. under which this is made possible indicate hovr effective is the grip which Germans still possess over our coin For inatanee, the Osrain Lamp is being widely sold in Australia, - This lump was manufactured in England by tho Osram Lamp Works Ltd. Until quite recently — that as, for about a year after the com mencement of the war— tho greater part of the capital of- the company was held by Germans or in Germany. The Osram Company was an offshoot of the Deutsche- Gusglulicht Aktiengesoll schaft, which originated the patent. 'Hav- ing regard to its ownership the Osram Lamp Works Ltd. was one of the com panies placed on the Board of Trade Black List, and a supcrvisorr was ap pointed over it. This means 'German- owned, 'either wholly or substantially. Th...
THE SENATE ELECTION. LABOR CANDIDATES FOR SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915
[?] iABOE CANPU-ATE3 POE BBIiEOTION. ? *? - f&nnMnl'tn ' The ffllrror.'- ? .-.. Tlior^e are thirty -eight candidates ,foi?'-'. tho 'Lnbor Senate Tbroo'Vs-oleetjoa £q«^j the next Pederal'Bleotion. In addition to (- Senator Watswn, who retires fay re- .;' election, and eX'Seqator Boo, Mr. Ik» 1 , Cv,ui, nniwjififitn. in- iai!l iJiiil 1014.-(wlia o» the latter occasion polled nfopnt 11,000' -, . votes -behind Senator Watson, is again, nominating. Mr. H. Lamnod is not a can- ^* didate. Four ladies promiunnt in tho.Lav bor world havo given in their names io* rfiMlinL* Mrs. K. J-wyer, ?who was vice ..- prciiidrnt of the IV.L,L, last year, Mrs, F^K -y 8eery,~seerct8ry of the' Womon'« Central..- . Organizing Committee, Miss May Mnt-- -- thews, and Mary Bcddie. * Others nominatad are Mr. G. C. Bodkm „ and Mr. Con Hogan, secrptary and assist- . aut-secretary of the Uailwoy Workers', - Association, ? Mr. Frtfnlc J. Poster, ex M.H.R.. 5rr. P. J.' Clara, ex-M.UA., Mr. . « Peter Bowling, ...
LIVERPOOL CAMP. DRASTIC CHANGES PENDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915
LIVERPOOL CAMP. ? m DEASTIO CHANGES PENDING, f Sneoinl to ' ' The Mirrox'. ') Seldom has a journal in Australia made a statement affecting military mnttent which has given 30 much satisfaction if , officers and men of all ranks as the v«-, fcrenec made in last week's 'Mirror' tflT, Livernool Camo. 'You bavu placed every officer and man at Liverpool under a deep debt oi gratitude,' is the view expressed to us '' on all sides. . s There has been a good deal of activity, at Victoria Barracks during the1 , past week, and Colonel Irving, the chief of tho ' ^ general staff, fame over from Melbourne in connection with the diRclouures made in, -1 Mr. Justice Kich's report with regard to ' '' the camp. Developments aro expected as a result of tho official investigations which'bnvo '* been made, 'and in well-informed circles ^ ' it w»U hot come as, a great surprise it ' drastic changes aro made in tho jnenr ' , future. ?
THE MILITARY MUDDLE. HOW OUR BEST MEN ARE WASTED. TRAINED SOLDIERS DOING WOMEN'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915
[?] w'l.~BKW ©UK BEST MEN '^?''- \ are Wasted. „?' V TRAIWED SOLDIERS DOING ' WOMEN'S WORK. (Special to 'The Mirror.1-') The nrtiolc in the last isaiie of 'The Mirror' regarding the chaotic state of affairs existing in connection, with mili tary administration at Victoria Barrack? ' -was- the suljjisct of a good deal of com ment. We have received a number of communications congratulating us upon ' ? tho stand adopted, nndt-it- is very goner ally recognised that the time for remain 'ing silent upon these matters is long since past. Prom Lord Kitchener down to the most recently created general in the. field has cctno the call for trained . men, or men capable of filling the terrible wastage in the ' ranks of our armies. The defence authorities, of the Commonwealth declare that everything possible is being done in Australia to make the response to that call a worthy one. Ndvertltelelss' there are, indications tltat in New South 'Wales, at anyrftte,-all is not being done that might . be...
TYPICAL RUSSIAN COSSACKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915
, TYH0AI. RtfSSIiii? OOSSAOHa ? - - ' THE KITCHENER SMILE' 'Lord Kitchener chatting with Subtidar Mir bast, V C i SMASHING THE TDEKS. ,^| f %$ ABritt»h gun fh agiion. Wr. Aahmead Barttptt'* Ptcturt»vr ^ . THE &T3|»aMA Britjch' otticara questtontna Tiirkf*li offi.ift| ! BAamiTaf 'S^Ajcpei^p'aftefia ?Z~' '.'' v'1'.'. THE?J VjMr; ' Lloydl.QWrjis \chatttng ' Witir cdaj mIne«&»M ^ ,' . '. ? ;'??; - .-.' .? Mr., Arthlir, HentUr^g^ 0JT&&2TLB.' ? on the field of battle after eppturj. \WpER FHUS.* [?] MgHcraMis.'^,;:;, ?dorin»-,Ui»/re«nt VI»i«.~ Mri 'Runslmtn ^ntid ' 'j '*'''?''' ' ' ' '
ON CIRCUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915
ON CIRCUIT. The advocate vvKo earned a judicial rebuke recently by wearing a pair or ch«rk trousers in the Supreme Court keeps us in mind of the tercmonul of judges. At home this ceremonial is -.^-...w. .w uG»ai^ utyicc iiiiui acre. There, wlicn the jntfffes 'go arcuit,' they stand for the Kmor himself, -a'nd ineir processions of trumjieiers, nrcJiers. javelin men, 'shernls with the wands,' and so forth, set the pro vrncials agaprf! Up till recently they traveled in pairs. On one occasion Mr. Jilsticc Doy and Mr. Justice Wught were down for duty J?ay,was a ttamboyant Old Tor- who loved it all Wnjrbt was a shrivelled and Cantanti-ious liltle Radical. ? Both, dressed like tramps ' At the usujI dinner to the County at the 'Judge's Lodgings' the twain split their monarchical prerogatives, so to spcal., by sittmff one at each end of the table, so that no one could rie fiintclv say which was presiding. Day, garbed in ruined swallow tails was «- patiatiiiff with srusto to a respectful ji-a...
THE PATH OF GLORY. ADVENTURES OF AN AUSTRALIAN GIRL IN BELGIUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915
r ' -^ ? : ? ' ADVENTURES OF AN AUSTRALIAN GIRL IN BELGIUM. By LOUISE MACK, ' Author of 'An Australian Ctrl Ira Lojulomi/*. MISS MACK Tins WCEK TELLS HOW -W WAIilMG ON13 WfORN ING IN HER ROOM AT TUB? HOTEL WAGNER SHE FINDS HEtt ' SELF A P1USONEK BEHIND JXJCKDD BOOI18. ' THE , liOTEb IS ? FlIiLED WIX£[ IJKUNKJSW OURMANS CELCBHATIJ-'a TilEtR ? ? VICTORY, AND THE DIN WITHIN DEADENS THE NOISE OF ? THE CANNONApiNO, WHICH IS STIU^ PllOCECDlNO IN THE ? , - . , , - DISTANCE. THE WAR MACHINE. ' ' t ' NoIbo without end Welt oil. Tlio i ^IiauntoiJ, noontide, silcnob aJ my aolitnry 1 ? vfalk accuicd like a' drrntfi nonr. f^\ next day t!)o Gcrmanp were tushlAg 'tholf rniicliiiitry through the Ohatiace Ha jLTallnot or Ituo Lcmarlntero, or v »- along; tlio Avenue -lo Kulaer. At some of tho taonstoru that went grinddiET ', alone tho Antwerp people Stored Rn&p- inpr, rcaliulng' for the f!rnt' tlrnn v/hat 'Ics pctits Belies' haO. been up agalrst when they had plttcil paut&^e and lave ...