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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915
School teachers in Britain arc tak ing special courses in domestic science, in order that they may give lessons in cooking to the newly formed armies. This is one of the strangest developments to date, of this strange war. Tommy Cornstalk, can generally forage for himself, but his cous:n Tommy Atkins, has never had his special opportunities. All the same, unless the reported cookery lessons are conducted in the open, with three bricks for a fireplace, and the small boys of the neighborhood throwing stones at the teacher, the actual service conditions can hardly be reproduced. Even then, a. thundqrstorm should be 'thrown irr to -complete the' picture. - The Lord Chief Justice of England, was recently called upon to decide whether crosses in a letter, which were known to represent kisses, could be reganlrd as corroborative evidence that the writer was the father of the recipients' child. The Court decided so to regard them. Military censors at the front reeiui.; to walk carefully. Let...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915
^i( ||f|i'if :if. I'll ill -L 'Mother said: Don't H ^\-'«!T '!???!» -?'' ijj ^£^c.=_. toi/cA it till I come home.' Give your eMId tlie When you give SCOTT'S Emulsion to your children — : you give them the best strength-maker money can buy, ; and the one they love. A course of SCOTT'S sharpens; : appetite, strengthens throat and lungs, increases weight,'. j enriches the blood and promotes strength to overcome' I coughs, colds, bronchitis, *i- ; whooping cough, measles, jSti&sag weakness or loss of weight. J iSSffli But never accept an imitation. SCOTT'S m. -sr is the original and still the best. Four K M ?'; generations of doctors have proved it 1| ,M . . ' Imitation emulsions exist only on the fame of Vi JaPa!?! the good work done bit SCOTT'S Emulsion. la Jfi 5§£^* the best too good for your child t If not, insist iSSSj ^^* on genuine Never -s(set,t m ; m emulsion which - . The only emulsion recommended by doctors throughout the world, for over forty years, MUTATED BOY NEWEH...
Talk of Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915
Talk of Sydnoy. What incorrect facts arc printed now-a-days ! And why do papers pub lish things without taking the trouble to find out details ? That pretty, clever lime maiucn, rcoyni r aiK, me youngest daughter of J. I. Falk, has been voted a spinster for the past 8 weeks. It has been hinted that weather and the Kaiser permitting, her naval fiance might rush down from the North Sea to London and marry her when he could get a -day off. I happen to know that the wedding took place in early June, and Miss Royal has, therefore, become the wife of Lieutenant Thomp son, R.N. This little bride, by the by, is a clever dame. She can make frocks and bonnets and posies just as well as she can graft at Red Cross work. For eight solid months she was at the head office of the Red Cross Depot, selling flannel, socks and wool as if to the habit born. After this, who is there ? who. will rise up and declare that our Society girls are not ready when called' upon, to help the Empire?
"Our Boy." SEND "THE MIRROR" TO YOUR BOY AT THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915
[?] . . . . .:. i . ? ' ? -:r ? . .. * SEND 'iTHE MIHUOR' TO . YOUR ..BOY . AT THE FDOMT. . ^' We have made, jirrangepicnts to send to men at the front copies ol 'The Mirror' free ol poit age or any other expense. On receipt ol Sabtcriplion Form on Page 2 'and prepaid ?obecrip-lion (At the rate ol id. pur copy weekly)- the paper will be seat as' desired.' Many parents and other relatives and friends' ol soldiers at the front and in catnp, willno* doubt' appreciate' thin' oppor tunity of providing them with intffrcsting reading. ' -. ? ?'??:. .. ? ? ' . ' v' ? Printed for the AUSTRALIAN PICTORIAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, LimiUd, by Marcbant & Co., Ltd,, 435 Kent Street, Sydney, and Puhlbhed by Jack Michael MjeiD, The Mansions, Manly, , ?'. ;?'?.' ??'?.. Sydney, at the Offices of the Company, Commerce Building, A&h Street, Sydney. ' ; ??'?'???.' . ;' ?? :
WAR-TIME FASHIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915
WAR-TIME FASHIONS THE LATEST GOSSIP By EVANGELINE SB Spring is before us. She beckons Ml gracefully. Not hurriedly, but with a ?n determination that she means busi Hw ness. Spring to the average woman HH indicates sunshine and new gowns. BH Jiut alas ! this year, perhaps, both these HH pleasures will be curtailed a little. For HHl how can many of us set our minds on HHj| frivolity and 'drcssing-up' when the , HHj average heart is sad and the world HflH looks gloomy — almost indigo. Still, JHjB'is ^'rs- W'JBffs of that noted Cabbage MH|BjjjSPatch residence remarked, 'Never put BBMBvour umbrella up until it rains,' don't MjBBpct us meet sorrow, but instead catch MSKon to all the pretties that beg for wel IHiconie, And there arc such a crowd of BsSiffii these still. EUl ?* WjimM Croat CranUmpther Fashions. MSB Fashion this year has practically HftBS turned turtle. You, who only a few [finS months ago bound yourselves with iffi^Mbottle tightness, now seek things Bmg||that suggest the wi...
"THE MIRROR" SPECIAL WAR PICTURES Australians at Dardanelles. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915
'THE MIRROR' SPECIAL WAR PICTURES Troops Encamped on ? Beach. lAshmead Uartlctt's Dardanelles 'Pictures.) Wire entanglements- protecting Sed-rl-Bahr Fo rt, which were destroyed by our ffuns. ? ...?..,.; (Mr. Ashmcad Bartlctt's .Dardanelles Pictures.) Convalescent Wounded Australians proceeding to St. Paul's to attend memorial services for Australians. They :ne seen leaving Victoria l_.mb, KCgcnt Street. Turkish Prisoners in tlie Courtyard of the Fortress at Srd-cl-Bahr. 'ritish Bluejacket inside one of the fifteen inch gniM of 'Queen Elizabeth.' I Xv.T.iIinns and Bluejackets on British Warship at the Australians at Dardanelles. nMtnljjlU's. (MW Ashim-ad Hartlett's Dard-uicllcs Picture.-..1 m 'roo]l- Aiped on ? Heach. lAshmead. Bartlett's Dardanelles Pictures.) 'II Ruins of Scd-cl-U:ihr Fort, with foreshore, whe re trciojis landed. ,,,.,„„. . ; (Mr Ashrnead Bartlett's Dardanelles Pictures.! A Wounded Australian Soldier, wlio, with others, was ? entertained at the West Essex Golf Club...
Through the Eyes of a Woman [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915
[?] [?] A woman's fancy changes like the sky, Her roving thought is fixed on that or this, Bui in the mirror of her restless eye She cat dies all tiint men Arc wont to miss. Fair and Darli. In aid of the 'great day,' the shop window of the A.D.C. Cafe has been given over to a dream of 'fair (and dark) women.' If perchance Tenny son had beeii alive to-day and had been allowed some spare time, he might have added a few Australian stanzas on the collected good looks of those salesgirls. » - * The dark ones lead off with Mrs. Stuart ivlacphail and Miss Muriel (Jar ier, who also hold the reins of the shop's efforts. Constance and Haidee Carson arc on the list; their admitted good looks well balanced by the fair oladys and Gwen. Fuller (daughters of tnc popular politician . -Licorge Fuller), by Hazel Sly, Helen Nott, and Mrs. Mctcalfe Jackson. /? .. * Alphabetical Stall. liats olf also to the crowd of other hara-working saleswomen of the alpha betical stall. To Mrs. 'Billy' Mac phcrson (w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915
I A GRAND TONIC-STIMULANT The world can produce no better Brandy than 'Pellisson.' Its delightful, tn&tchless flavor mikea it preferred by connoisseurs, and because of its absolute purity, it is recommended by Medical men for use in the sick-room. Pat-stilled, matured and bottled in Cognac, France, under. the rigid supervision of Officials of the French Government. Never be without it. Take some home to-day. When ordering in a hotel insist on 'Pellisson.' Sole Agonts for Australasia t— SWIFT A OOMPAMy, LTD., Ooelonir Houso, Clarence Sfc, SVDNEV. GUARANTEED 1O YEAR© OLDU WITH W&MBffl PATENT I SPRINKLER L4|kJ1 STOPPER I iiii^ii£iiii NO CORKS, NO SCREWS, MO WASTE. QUALITY well its P1VERSI 111 J The Go-Operative Assurance Company Limited COMMONWEALTH AND DOMINION (tatatrmtti aider (lie Computer' Acts ol N.S.W.) AUTHORISED CAPITAL ? £250,000 Dirided Eat* 500,000 Siurci at 10/. tic.. PRINCIPAL BOARD OF DHECTOBS : C. BASON ALIAHD. U,.. F.C.?.A. (CUinua). J. T. RALSTOH, &...
THE WORLD IN CARTOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915
[?] '' Poy' In London ' hvenini! NoWn.' Vnn Tirpitz: 'I've jn-t given tlml fclloiv un awful Miiack.' 'iilicim: ',\li! and nhacdi.c's he say?' Van Tirpili: 'lie says he's ton proud to DrIiI.' Willirlm : 'Good I Then you can smaclr. him again/* . Defcripllons of thii cartoon cabled to Ame rica furnished au interesting sidelight od Uritish opinion.) haly: 'llKrc goes the alarm. It's time I got up.' -iai-k Wnlbcr, in London ? Dailj Graphic.' 'Ulk' heads this cartoon 'The LuMtauia Wav ' and suircesth that Great Itrilain used Vmcficaii ciliiens a* a shield brbiiul »)ii-:h they carried am munition. i ? 'liut It always tolls back.'- ? I - Sykes; in Philadelphia; 'Kvcning Ledger.' ; Another Lnsitania cartoon from 'Kladdera- . daHch.' 'Don't shoot; Americans on board,' says the notice on 1I.M.S. Indigestible
A KING & SOME OTHERS PEN SKETCHES OF WAR PERSONALITIES [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 30 July 1915
[?] PEN SKETCHES OF WAR PERSONALITIES by Bertha Sbclley (Mrs. Normatj Shelley.) Author ef 'Endcrby.' No. l, Admiral, Sir John JelUcee I was chatting away in my draw injjr-room to some old friends. How my thoughts hnorcr over the word 'friends,' for it has taken a deeper mpnninir in me. since I found mvscl oncq more, iqi the midst of my country mcri^'aifij r\vomcn after an absence o sixteen years. Within a few hours of my arrival, I had almost forgotten what a long absence mine had been : tliese loyal friends had made me for get it; and I began to understanc something of the wonderful loyalty of .he Australians to their mother-country md King. My friends wanted to know what had brought me back; and not from idle curiosity. But in a moment and with one accord, we had swept from the setting in order of my. tiny house to the deeper interests which, absorb, at this moment, every man, woman and little child in Australia, to the exclu sion of all else. And I found myself telling them some ...
THE FIGHT. COMMENTS ON THE CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915
? the;^ig:i^tv^;V::£u COM ME NTS 0 N THE CO NTESt! -; '(By Our.Special Correspondent.) ??;'. No .hoxcf ever entered (he-ringr .with more confidence vhan. Paiqy^did; ,'IIis.' rcadj.-v'sroije-. under' the -severe- blows :' that; the] great . American rmddlq\v-eJRiitv coiil^V serve 'up to: hini' betokened th'nt ,' faith jri' liis; sttsngf h andj absliiy-tovgo .. through the allotted twenty rounds- if, necessary, at the -remarkable -force hn. set in the opening' round. ' . The Weights. The weights announced were : Darcy 11-G1. MeGorirfv ll'-Ri. hut n« the men - faced each other, the visitor showed up a few. inches ? taller, and looked slightly 'bigger. However, that fact did not detef the Maitlander, who has es tablished himself as the world's mid dle-weijrht ? champion, by this most convincing, defeat. ' ?. - Dnrcy EUrts Well. '; The local boy started output the' first ronnd by sending home a- straight-left, which nonplussed the American, who pluckily repiied'.with' a left-which swung ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915
1 MHO EARLY everyone realises what a tremendous re- ? n - HfyS action will take placo aftor the Signing ot Peace; K J . \U$&Ja In their mind's eyo thoy can Bee the' great trade ? I' . revival in full swing, and men of all kinds and conditions - B I once again happily employed in money-making'. In - 9 . |. ? „ . Australia great things will bo doing, new businesses will 9 I ' come into bolng by the score, great enterprises will bo R I launched, men of money from England and1- abroad will 1 I' '.'?-.,? .to starting manufacturing here on the spot goods that i I ' '.will .replace tlioso once' mado in Germany and. Austria, - 1 I ' and, better than all, from many points of view, tUousdtnls *' | ' 1 upon thousands of new-chums will bo coming out from. 5 - I the British Isles, and possibly from Franco and Belgium. | a All this will mean more and more business, and business ', I 1 development and opportunities for ambitious men anil a a women, both young and old. But there will be ona...
Australia Day Workers. Miss Edith Hill's Fine Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915
Australia Day Workers. Miss Edith Hill's Flna Work, Auction land sales were completely forgotten at Messrs; Mardic and Gor man's premises, where Miss Edith Hill led a splendid band of workers to vic tory. . 'Boomerang' . souvenirs were againjsold- by ihc gross. , The motto, 'I go but I return again,' on the. Vlittle golden emblems caught the pub lic, fancy, and were largely worn for tjic*goo.'d lucte.thej'':should.-brihg.t ?: ???? % ;. ' \ *''.-.» i '.'. '. ^ ??.?*.'????:'-? rJl?r !fT.eikf cltlitii.. ^ad'- a 'gpbti '? i^nie;'at . the', I'Jcangarpo''.. dip1: fcoiiducted'-;'t)'yf 'Mrs,1 feajWiMaCptiers&h-. ??-? The' iittlfti? .cn'es ? bpugiix^for-»avsni^-coin-iU«Jhance'~-.in. the, lucjsy ; lottery, a n,d.-toob ,a\vayya. gift -yhjch:,thQyr. may. ._stiu. remember.. whcnl with glowing years they. come to un-. dcrstand the meaning of the croivdcdi streets and the rattling collection boxes of last Friday. It was a merry' corner,, and small though the contributions re ceived were, t...
LAST NIGHT'S GREAT CONTEST. Australian Wins Middleweight Title. DARCY A BOXING GENIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915
'..'.' - . ' ? ' 'L ' ,-2 Australian Wins Middleweight Title. DARCY A BOXING GENIUS. JDEFQItE One of the Largest Crowds that ever assevMe&in: ? ?*-' the Jlxishcuttej's Hay SttUdiuvitLcs. DtirCTf(-Aiustralia) | tost night defeated Eddie McQoorty for Hus Middleweight Championship of the JJ'oiM. The police stopped the contest at the end of the fifteenth round. ?'...';' LES. DABCY. Middleweight Champion of the World. THE STAGE SETTING. The Stadium is a great sight on a Air night. Tier upon tier of white splotches gleaming out of the rich shadows. Thousands upon -thousands ? of these splotches and eaci one 'a face. The dim tracery of the powerful wire ? ' barriers which cut up the great spaces into sections, and carry an ever-present yet ever remote implication of trouble mmong the wilder spirits. The in congruous medley of well-known doc tors, barristers, soldiers, business men, »oliticians, FLANEURS, rich and poor, and straight-out wastrels, who Eavr. somehow managed the price ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915
-,. ANQTHER ADVANCEMENT. At success has eo rapJdljr attendrd our efforti to-nrovide the Sydney public with ' something different' In MOBNIlia AHB AFTIBIIOOM TEAS, LUN0H&OK8, TKtATBE TEAS AND DIHKEOS (Table d'hote and A-U-Cattl). we have at a faugo cost opened our No. 2 Branch, in Oeorco Street. Is the bulldlncreoeetlr occupied by Sheraoods Ltd.. situated 2 doors from Lastetten, Right opposite the Soldiers' Club. These Rooms, consisting of the whole of the building— 4 floors— are probably the most artistic and up-to-dite, iri Australia. for tha time btln|t. jtatplr remember (ho ncJdrcsj. then e*' -n «' ?-«' time of the day will s«»foryourselTts— THE FROU-FROU TttA ROOMS. ?