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A GERMAN VIEW [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

A GERMAN VIEW The English Shipowner : 'I don't . - want to press you, Mh Lloyd George, but my last ship was sunk to-day II hope you will have found a counter measure by Christmas.'— (Jugend.)

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

A NEW BRIDE Mrs. Martyn Threlfall (formerly Miss ;? Lucy Simpson), who was married last week, - ?

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

'SPLENDID ISOLATION' A German view of the submarine! menace. — (Meggendorfer Blatter.)

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

RUSSIAN NEWS The effect- of reading contradictory statements of Russian news. — (Drawn by. G. M. Payne in the Passing Show.) -'s' '?????

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

WOULD DO HIS BEST. A recruit was .put on sentry-BO, and was dulv im pressed with the duly of observing the proper degree of salutes for officers. 'You must,' Bald Ms instructor, 'when you see ? second lieutenant— that's one Btar— slope arm; a major —crown— present arms; a colonel— star and crown — pre- sent arms and call out the guard.' This worked out all right for a while, when up came nil officer with cross-swords- on his arm. As the sentry stood there puzzled, the new-comer said : 'Well, my man ?' 'What are you supposed to be bir V asked tlio mystified sentry. 'I'm supposed to be a general,' was the good- ? humored response. The recruit gasped,, and then his countenance cleariM. and he said : ? 'Half a mo', general, and I'll do you the bayonet

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

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Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AS A MAN SOWS COPYRIGHT. published by arrangement with Cassell and Company, Ltd. CHAPTER XXVII.-(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

I AS A MAN SOWS I By M. C. RAMSAY, Author of 'With Aimless Feet,' 'James Ogilvy's Experiment,** 'Stephen Martin, M.D., 'In Royal Service,' etc. COPYRIGHT. 1'ul.Ufclird by arnuicriuriit with Owcll and Company, U-1. CHAPTER XXVII.— (Continued). In January Parliament re-opened, and Mr. Lester went up alone, taking rooms for the time Lclng, while his wife and daughter remained in Neybridgc, ostensibly on account of the former's health, which yet did not hinder her playing watch-dog to Jean as no one else possibly could have done. And Jean suffered in peifect siltnee, yet came no nearer yielding... Of a truth, all the obsti nacy of this obstinate race seemed to have con centrated within this tender, fragile^ girl, who eouid be led, out never driven; might break, but never bend. She was always cheerful, outwardly, when daddy was at home, but in time her mental agony must have its physical outlet, and to wards the end of the Easter recess there came a complete collapse. The doctor had theo...

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

DEFECTIVE CHESTS WEIGHT REDUCING . . * no NOT NEGLECT YOUR PHYSIQUE ANY LONGEIt 1 IT 18 TIME YOU SHOULD ATTEND TO YOUR PHYSICAL CONDITION, AND TONE UP YOUR ^_ . WEAKENED SYETEM. Why Not Try a Course of Invigorating Physical Culture, Boxing or Ju-Jitsu WITH BJELKE-PETERSEN 68' Elizabeth Street. Sydney, N.S.W. T. -ml G. Buildings, Melbourne, Victoria. BOXING-Ex-Champlon CHAUL-Y and IIAUilY RAFF. JU-JITSU and CATCH-AS-CATOH-CAX-Cliamplon SI1IMA. COME AND SEE US TEACH. IlEKORE YOU DECIDE WHERE TO LEARN, BE SURE TO COME Up AND SEE WHAT WE OFFER YOU. SEND FOR OUR FREE PAMPHLET. SEND FOR 'HOW TO DECOME HARDY,' or 'COLDS IN THE HEAD AND CHEST,' BY II. lWELKEPETERSEN. Sent Post Free, 3/0, Anywhere in the Coramou.vealih or New Zealand. \ ( ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS ABOUT PEOPLE A Park "Tragedy." [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

NEWS ABOUT PEOPLE ? ♦ A Park 'Tragedy.' With terror in his eye and beads of perspira tion on his brow, a man dashed into a North Melbourne garage on Sunday week and tele phoned the local police. He had, he said, teen a man fire two shots at a woman in Royal Park, and the fair one bad fallen moaning to tne ground. He had pursued the villain lor a considerable distance, but being unable to run him down, he wanted help. The police thought their first concern should be for the prostrate woman gasping out her young life in the middle of the lonely park, and they made for the scene' of the tragedy. Trarrtwaymen carrying headlights came from an adjacent shed; and the garagemen also turned out with much illumination. A Futile Search. But none of the light fell on a recumbent female, and as the search progressed the in formant became less certain as to the actual spot. In the cold and wet the search con tinued till the small hours; and then the tram way men and the police dropped out one by ...

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 STRIKE AGAINST MONOPOLY -iT^ei,-WllCelii Of.. Go(1 srind slowIy- but thpy Sri'-3 almighty small. If tliero are between1 the seed time and tlio harvest of Reform long, dreary days, when all promise of the good days coming seems to have died, yet in tho end, and often unexpectedly, the liarvrrt time com.*, and the slow-ripening grain having in the soft, warm Summer nir, calls to Uie 'man with the scythe.' Such a time is how at band. It 1b not local, but world-widc phenome And the case for laborers. for the harvest does not fall en unheeding cars; the workers of Uio world straighten their, back, put down for a brief spell hammer, pen, &%T eye SttSTtSk.'™1 ''''^ WlUl re6°lutc Btcp ''d We arc living in stirring times. We eee on all sides signs betokening the death-knell of despotism Kvcry. where the septrc of the despot in falling from his nerve Ices hand. Everywhere the people are coming into their own. Everywhere privilege is on the defensive. . Monopoly stands with its bac...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY GOSSIP NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES Old Coins. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

COUNTRY GOSSIP NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES By HAY SEER Old Coinn. This subject continues to bring us lei ten from . various correspondents. D. Clement (Lakemba) writes to say be has a 2, 6- piecq for 1818 and a 1/- piece for 1819. Pakeba Maori (Mosman) also writes that she has a 2/6 piece for 1817, also a silver four oennv bit dated 1836. * a silver twopenny bit of 1848, and an old shilling of 1834. 'all ol which are perfectly well preserved, and fom- part of a collection she -made years ago in New Zealand. Turramurra writes : 'I have a 5/ piece of George IIL coined in 1820, nearly worn out, and one of George IV. of 1882 in a very good state of preservation. In fact, it docs not looh as if it had worn much -at all. I have several 5/ pieces, one of 1690, and also a George It sovereign of 1821. Some Interesting Examples. Hunter's Hill writes : 'I have read vitk interest your paragraphs in your good littlt paper re old half-crowns and five shilling pieces, and as you say it will be interesti...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TALK OF THE TOWN The Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

TALKonflEfOWre BYTATXER^, I The Strike. The most remarkable thing about the strike seems to me to be.. the calmness and good humor with which the* general public have accepted the irksome conditions which have been imposed upon, them.' I do not say that all those who have been crushed in trains and trams, and have, become footsore by walking miles into the city from their homes have been free from growling. But on tire whole, the people generally have accepted the position in good part, and done their best to relieve them selves and their workpeople from as much in convenience as possible. The General View. I do not pretend to assert what the exact merits or demerits of the card system arc. There is much to be said both for and against, but I am bound to say that the general feeling among those who look at these events im partially from the outside, is that the men have chosen a very unpopular matter on which to strike. One of the oldest Union leaders in this country (not identified...

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

A Startling Statement! Diseases Caused by Tobacco. A famoui English* Scientul recently declared tr.e truing for tobacco induced thai of drink lu ET : l ' llu!?llJe? »!«?? bo. «U»ei lo the tobacco habiN (battered their five*. Om of fifty catet, death occurred u the 20th and 25lh year. The maa who/woke* iacuunlly po'uoni Im ?yitcmvntb nicotine, and sooner or later I he beart, liver, ludovyi, brain or itomsch give wny. I ho heart especially luffeM. The diieate it known »? tmoker'a heart.' A JJlfvVi.'' Wa^ loi ''T h''.lh' P'-»i-°te life and ?sKu^'TA'B°Ltercr .£ natf by phjrticiani. ' They act rapidly, tone unthe nervea. heart and blood, and create appetite. They herald healih and Bappine»».- Send ttampi lor free particulars to THE NICOTO-MANIA TABLET CO.. 16 WENTWORTH COURT, ELIZABETH STREET, SYDNEY. Printed anil published by Claude Gordon Corbctt. *I 1-Melle, I'rnkivil-strcct, Bondi, (or Ihc Globe Mn paper Company, Limited, at tlic office oj tltt Company, 1SU-138 CaBtlercagh-stwt, Sydn...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STRIKE IN PICTURES-SCENES AND INCIDENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

THE STRIKE IN PICTURES- SCENES AND INCIDeStS The picture on the left shows the indicator at the Central Railway Station early in the week, with no trains recorded— a most unusual sight The picture on the right gives a eood idea of the lines of idle trains outside the station.— (Mirror Photos.), ' - ,,,::. WHAT SHALL WE DO? MEN DISCUSS POSITION & ' ' ' r ? - ? These snapshots, taken by the Mirror photographer in connection with the strike, show, reading from left to right :—Toi-: (1) A group of striker's discussing, the latest phase of the position ; (2) one of the early trams taking up its eager load ; (3) group of tramway men arguing the pros and. cons of the latest developments. Bottom: (1) Outside the Trades Hall, in Go'ulburn-street, the crowd being so large that a force of constables was required to. keep the roadway clear ; (2) one of the trams with a policeman in front ; (3) procession of. tramway men marching from their ' headquarters to the' meeting in the Domain.' ...

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

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WRITE TO THE MIRROR ABOUT IT OFFICERS AND SPURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

.VRITE^TIIE. MIRROR /I BOUT IX OFFICERS AND SPURS. Lieut. .Tamei O. lloss. A.I.I'., object* to Mr. KranV Wurtoti'a referenda to ofllcen wearluif cpi'ra, utid points out -that every officer In Kraiioe; from the General to tho junior Lieutenant, are entitled to wear spurn, and ns a matter of discipline -houM do no. He states Hint it ii a point; of military honor for every officer lo dress him tielf ivllli Rate to (ret the best out of his uniform. IMPERIAL GOVERNMENT AND CON SCRIPTION. A. AclatiiA, 110 Bourlce-istrcel, Woaliooniooloo, asks if the Imperial ('oveminent can bring in Conscription in Atutraliii without our consent. (Theoretically, the Imperial Government can do many things, hut it is. extremely unlikely Hint it will lake this or any oilier similar ttcp agniiict the wishes of the ?Com- monwealth.) WIN-THE-WAR FLAGS. Florence V. Fourdrinler (Neutral ltn.v) writes ; Every loyal resident in the Commonwealth should, until the -?-?«? nail (in of this tragic war, wear n sun 11 Kng...

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

THOUGHT OF THE DAY. Money is so good a servant that it will never suffer its master to buy a beggar. Leisure is a very pleasant garment to look at, but' a very bad one to wear. The ruin of millions may be traced to it. A mind that is conscious of its integrity scorns to say more than it means to perform. — P., Burn -

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bush Brigands Tales of Old=Time Rangers THE FIRST BLACK OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

Bush Brigands m i Tales of OldhTime Rangers THE FIRST BLACK OUT. On the records of bushrangers there is smal. mention of aborigines on the roads. Indeed, the first of them to give the police any real trouble were the two Governors, who took to the bush in this State within the last twenty years, and whose capture called for the em ployment of an army of- man hunters. One Chinese figures in the /annals of the 'rangers. His career was cut very short. On his first attempt at a hold-up he was accounted for. In Mr. Boxall's history we have the story of , an early -.aborigine, 'ranger, a Sydney black, who, with two others, escaped in Van Dia men's Land and terrorised the community. THE STORY OF MOSQUITO. This outlaw was known as Mosquito. He was a convict from N.S.W. sentenced for the murder of a black gin — his wife, it is supposed. During his term on the island he' was used by the police as a tracker of lost stock, and oc casionally of wanted convicts. For lending him self to this kind ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BILLJIMS TROUBLES SOLDIERS AND THE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 11 August 1917

-jROUB^n 80LI)IHI(8 AND T1I13 STHIKI5. Rlllwie writes : 'The attempt to en lire trouble between returned soldiers and striker* should meet with tho con tempt It deserves. A very lur^e proportion of the men who have gone to the front, prohuhly the ' majority, are UnionlslR, They Imve no wish to scab on their fcllow IJnloniBtd, and the sugKCKtion that the Returned Soldiers' Association, or the members of thut body, should be used as strllcc-lmtakcra is not merely untrue, but I am quite wire would meet with tun strongest uiwipproonuon i-y the soldiers, who certainly do not wish to interfere in the jctIoiik trouble which is pending between the. Govern ment and the Unions.' /Infantry writes : 'It uecum nmnxina: to those who have Bone through so much for Australia that there should l-o men in tills country who apparently lire. wlHing to plunge thci whole nation into turmoil whilst the wur is in existence. I Mfieak as a I'nionlst of over twenty years' Hlundliifr, and I have no desire to br...

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

FANCY MEETING YOU! THE KAISER MEETS BILLJIM ANZAC. ? (Dmwii bv II. M. Hatenum in London Opinion.) ?

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