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HE HAD! [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

HE HAD! /?'' ' ^' A kind lady, assisting- in re-making, some of the Australians in hospital in England^ 7 expressed to one of them the hope that hei - did not drink. 'I turned me back on ,'' liquor two years before I left home,' he. -'? said. To his cobber, after she had gone, '- 'I useter drive a brewery lorry, y'know.' ' ; Half-a-crown-will be jgiven each week fot' {i] the best story -from the trenches. Contri- ^i butors should recollect that 'brevity is the ']:') &oul of wit.' The Editor reserves the right Vi to use any story sent in, whether it wins* *: the pri^e or not. . ;j

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Through the Eyes of a Woman HOME DRESSMAKING [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

Through the Eyes HOME DRESSMAKING By HELEN. v Hnvc you noticed how'popular . '-er suit, or psg-top pyjama, has become with lovers of hand-made lingerie? THE PATTERN for a slumber suit cut on the lines of the one in the illustration is in three pieces — back, front, and sleeve. THE CUTTING.— To cut the suit you will require four yardB of 36in. material. First, try the pattern against you to 'see if it ia the right length and width. If too. long, pin a tuck midway between the knee and ankle. Turnings, measuring 2in., are left on each seam of the pattern. A seam comes at the centre front and back, as well as at each side, If you prefer a front opening, leave an inch wider than the pattern to turn in for the fastenings. As there is a seam down the centre of the back you can make the opening down the back, if preferred. The pattern Is cut with a V-shaped neck both back and front. If you would rather a square or round, mark the material with chalk to the desired shape before cutting. THE ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

at ' ^fi ': f y*m^fmvm& X' BRAND-' , v ?''--' I ^^^^^^*rrr«f|i \ containing * [ ' * \\J$ III- CoWee» Sw^ar ®»d JMKIk *-k' ? ^^r/EL4i |w ' *n fc^e '8^* Proportions, and lean have ' : ^m^^^S Idcups of Coffee when I am tired and-cold:' '''' - I Jn\ M9i If Reqoures only additioa oi boiling -wafer, --',. J' - '. 1 \fkjp WK I SOLD BY. At-L GROCERS AND '?' H ittlS' ^SlA STOIIEKEEFERS I /111 '^ ? MADE BY NESTLJE^S .' '\ ?

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

BUTTONHOLE FANCY COSTUME CO. All kinds of Kuncy Costumes on Hire; alK0 Evening Dress for Ladies nnd Gents. Masks for Sale. Send for Catalogue. I.O.O.F. TEMPLE, 140 ELIZABETH ST., SYDN-EY. SUPERFLUOUS HAIRS Removed by Electrolysis, the only permanently suc cessful cure known to science, and recognised by the Medical Profession. 8CIENTJHC FACIAL MA8SAGK. Wrinkles, Blotches, Freckles, Blackheads, gagging— »11 disappear by my Modern Methods. SCALP TROUBLES. '- . Dandruff, Seborrhoca. Fulling, !-rv nnd Oily Scalps made healthy. ' ? :?? GENERAL BODY MESSAGE, establishes perfect health. Ladies only. EVES1NO TBEATMENT FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE. sister'v'imard Expert Electrolysis, Skin and Stalp Beientiae Speciulist, 153. KIiznhcth-t-t.. brtween Park ai»a Market-Bt. T., 208. ? t^ THE QUAKER GIRLS' TEAROOM DAINTY ANP KXCLUSIVE. ~ ?MORNING, AFTBIIXOON, TKAS AND LUNCHEON. HOME-MADE CAKES. 162 3rd FLOOR, STRAND ARCADE, ?'-? SYDNEY (Pitt Street Lift.) , HILDAMERE'S STANDARD ROSES A splendid ? lot, all ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FAMILY QUARREL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

A FAMILY QUARREL. ' J ' n1' A joker of the — Battalion submitted to his lieutenant his wish to get back home - '' before he did any fighting. He had just heard that King George and the Kaiser are cousins and wanted to be excused from, , ' having anything to do with a family row* '

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANZACIANA TALES FROM THE TRENCHES. ALL RIGHT, SO FAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

ANZACIANA-* ::. TALES FROM THE TRENCHES, 'vjg ^-^ ALL RIGHT, SO FAR, - '« I 'Is it safe?' asked the newcomer, while ...'' a bit of a strafe was going on. 'Oh, yes/* - ;,' said the old hand with the gold A, 'V-v6^'.l- seen the staff blokes come up as far ?* C ' this.' . ' , ,,**

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

f*£f%e Story , of$ 1 By the Manufactuier ? l r A* Qualified Chemist j . l'*cr Ivmty yrar?, and mere1, I liavc made am] tuld guoit hunily cough mixture. . . . i During , all these years the rogulnr teachings cl jipiirentittshiir tla.ve werj! lollowed. That Is, I mtxeil Hie m cd lei ml Inurtdlente— tlic undiluted, 'esteni'c' «( the flnlslicil mixture— in ??. proper proportions, added the nece«iiar.v wnter arid Kwei'tcniiiir, and ' liottlcd in the usual eighteen penny site. XliU tir.c would hold from 2^ li 3 ountes.' It would require from tcvente eight such ? bottles to make a pint. Xote that carefully. - Biit I' altered the methed'of apprentlccBlilp day*. ' 1 Bt«-pi-ed clear away from habit and custom, ? j III place of giving you a cough mixture for family purposes all irmly to take, 1 now mix t|ic medicinal ingredients only, and leave you to adtl the water and fiWectenliig. This part of the finished' mixture ' is done as easily by you in j-qiii Kitchen1 as it is In ? any factory, and...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

j ''? ??'?'? ' JA f:.-7f« Owe Thing (' fur out tUFloiiicrv to luiuiv -hnl tiir.v JooU'iihv, mid it'* -iuit« uiittin-r nml mil u lidtrr tiling for «uv i eutluiucra (ii liiiuvv thut OTHIJK8 liuuiv tlwy luul; L. *-*? [. 'BOTH 'KNOWS' COMK WITH WUAItl.NU V Marcus Clark mi , Costumes. ' My*1' Our^(cust«ui(ni Itnnw tliui'thtro. gooda are tnadi' in 'r'SC ? «»nlt4r.v,'iui'ilU fiirtor.v, nj;'1iiip)i4v. ' u6ntfu1ed,' well \-t\r '?j-aidrl^Uors, whose work in us lionest »k tbu fabric ?\\\ -o{ which tlic fiunuculs arc madp, nnd tin* itjles ore ^ varied, enough to suit all .Usta, \: HERE ARE SOME HANDSOME j. COSTUMES i] anade in ecatainible t^iiufiw, -Jpir«iitIy'--qirippi-d with 'j _ Jill life latest desiderata Ju-the inultar .jnt, ImwUpU,, if ' ibcllH, -tc, jikI tlic j/rices are vary moderate. ? \ Sniart Styles at Moderate [ - Prices in pur Costume |; '. ?-- Department. &*:'? I- »AVY. -CHEVIOT SKIUJEvboSTlTMJ5, pleated and' |[' belted »t bide. (iniulieil with strop mid buttons, \h, U-l»?...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

. . - j 1 r : Naturally Ecstoired by, Sluaple^ . \'- Harmless Mettod. . p NO DYES ORSTAIN9 MY GENUINE SPECIFIC IS NOT A DYE OR SiAlN. It is almost as clear as water, in Tact, man v persons have remarked that it is truly : wonderful to think that a preparation that does not even stain a sheet of white paper, will restore grey hair to its natural colour. It is a crcat mis take to appiy a preparation .such as an ordinary dye that w.ll darken the' hair immediately. No self-respecting person would think of adopting such a method : first, because the sudden chance uttracts attention and ridicule on the part of acquaintances. Second, because the colouring is almostexactly the same as if ordinary ink were used, a i the active cheinical agents in such dyes arc nearly the same as are emploved to give the colour and body to writinffinks. 'Third, the etain is onhrvery temporary and it cannot be evenly applied, therefore the darkenm* is in patches. Moreover, the scalp is likely to be SS^'ft0100^...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

'AZELOL' .. ' ;J Jj] FOR RHEUMATIC AND OTHER ; - ^ I' PAINS. ?)){ ? — — — r - / To nil enquirers needing a Reliable Remedy for all ? t| bodily ache* and paina, such as Rheumatism, kum- j i-; bago, Sciatica, Aching and Stiff Joints, SprainB, Bad .'J Buck, Sore Muscles, etc., the best preparation we ',:»'i know of ia ??AZELOL' OINTMENT. It is far better |,- than all the liniments and plasters. When 'AZELOL' '% Is spread on a painful part, it produces 'a prentle heat, . .'? .which opons the pores of the skin, soalu in and overcomes all aches and p&inB by 'relieving the effect . ?'. »' on the delicate nerves, causing1 the circulation of ? ? ' - the blood to be fully maintained through the painful part. AZELOL' can be had from anv chemist, or I direct from Washinjrton H. Soul or,nny';ot Pattinson's ' Drug Stores, Sydney. The'- price -is 2/, postage '20. I extra,—*' '. .-. ? -?' ? . ... ..'. ? FREE I i Every woman whose health is causing ? ? i /. her anxiety is invited to write fo...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

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

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

DIETING TO KEEP ILL, Some people are born with a tendency to certain diseases. What they eat either aggravates this condition or tends to cor rect it. Anyone can see the importance of a proper diet, but human beings, unlike the lower animals, lack the instinct that tells them what to eat and what to avoid. - It is a fact that proper diet and a good tonic will keep people well under most con ditions, and restore ailing folk to health except in grievous diseases, where the need of a physician is imperative. Start to-day by writing to the Dr. Wil liams' Medicine Co., Sydney, for a free copy of the helpful book 'What to Eat and How to Eat.' It contains most useful informa tion on diet and describes the tonic treat ment with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for indi gestion, nervous dyspepsia, troublesome con ditions of flatulency or gas on the stomach, and discomfort after eating caused by lack of tone in the digestive organs. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People supply the system with well...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW TO COUNT [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

. ' HOW TO COUNT '' » 'j* We progressed a hundred metres/ and ;we ? J -.: :- ? took a line of trenches, , _ ~,.^:--^?0ky: What? You take ybur map and sniggef^K;! with a millmetre' rule, '-??:? :: :/''f$\'^ Come and see the bloody acres, till: yotiif /::} ruddy fat face blencfies, -..v.- ''L ::-M ['[-'^ Count the shots ^and shells and splinters; ', ^ and the drops of blood, you fdol. - - . \'.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A ONE-MAN JOB. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

A ONE-MAN JOB. / ? The boys tell, with gusto, of one of theuir ; number ordered by an English officer to hbfci his horse. 'How will. I hold him,;!' he asked. 'By the bridle.' 'Does he bite?'* 'No.' 'Kick?' 'No.' 'Can one maft'' hold him?' 'Yes.' 'Then what about holding him yours&f.'* , y

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FORGOTTEN GEMS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 30 June 1917

FORGOTTEN GEMS FRORi Australian classics. The names of some of the writers of Aus tralian poetry, and of a few of the writers of Australian verse — some of which is poetry and much of' which is suggestion of it — are remembered by readers of the generation of to-day. More are forgotten. Half-a-crown for the first to -name the writer of this : ' ' - ? 'OU- VhIKNDB' 'AHl! IIK8T. Olil friends nro I-e8t. Old coata that fit j ,'Old |-lu)'t, un old ocnt in tin- jiit ; bid pip?* to speed the 'Winter's night, Old- drcitms licoldc the fujnt flreilRht, That «!ioKt-Hl-e come, mid tfbost-Ulte flit ; Old letter*, by old lovers writ, With lender iiameH and memories knit, Voor Imled noteH once creamy white. Onoe. lips were rod, hhiI eyes -were brlR-ht, Old booltt, old -wine, aye, «'en old wit, ?Old friendH «ro best. .

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

There is a vast army of men and women who really never know what it 13 to enjoy good health, and who would ayually be surprised and posBlbly disconcerted if they were to suddenly gain the exhilarating vitality that good health brings to its possessor. - v A distinguished medical authority declares that in Australasia alone there are at least two milion men and women sufieriag, illnesses, of -which they could rid them selves easily. Thc reason why they suffer is because they continue to take drugs which bring only temporary relief. Drugs lower the vitality and lessen the power to resist disease. After a while drUgS have practically no effect on the human system, and the sufferer takes strong-? and stronger doses whicK jnay havoc with , the -vital organs. ' . ?'.''. The Orion' System of Natural Physiological Culture is not now or untried. Any medical man who understands it will endorse it. It is strongly recommended by leading physicians in Europe, and more than . 150,000 persons of a...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

[ 'sMOKEkS^an dSHA VERS' ? 1 f OUTFITS for SOLDIERS j J t PARCEL No. 1 contains:— £-' | 1 Tin of 50 Three Onatlos CigaroUea, 1 Tin of 00 Capstan Cigarettes, 6 3^ ' I BJlvcr-niountod Cigarette- HoWlor (hi case), ] Sunol Pocket .Lighter, '%-A { I Strong Pocket Knife ? , ? 11/0 -M i PARCEL No. 2 contains:— |5 ; 1 Silvor-mounted High-grade S N L. Briar Pipe, 4 Tinn Sunol Smoking ,$- Mixture, 1 Sunol Pocket Lights ? 10/- £' I PABOEL Mo. 3 contains: — . jy :1 1 Hermetically-sealed Tin, contan»i-ijj 25 Iland-mado 'Southern Croaa'- W I Cigars . . .- ? ? B/6 tJ0 I PARCEL No. 4 contains: — ' £??; a 1 'Can't B Beat' Safety Razor (with 0 spare blados), 1 Stick Shaving | t$j 3 Soap in case, 1 Badger Shaving Brush in nickellcd caso, and Mirror. i 'A 3 The lot cncloBcd in leather-covered cubc. ALL B1UTISH MAKE 12/0 || m The above are strongly packed and POSTED PEEE to any address in Aus pi 1 tralia or abroad. tgj| I- Head Depot: HAYMARKET, SYDNEY. ' § ra . Branches: City, Suburbs, Nowcastlo and Br...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

????: v GAMES. The fjillnwinc Rumes were played between llr. W. Veal and Mr. Huberts in Soiillinnipton (England). 'Irregular' (Roberts' move.) 11-^-15 7— IS 10—15 10-23' 5-0 20-30' IM-in 20-11 20-23 17— 14 ''23-21 . ' 18-14 8-11 3-7 10—28 9—18 fl-13 10-15. 22-17 CS— 21 3(1—23 22—15 31-27 '14-10 11-1B 7—10 ' 13—10 fl— 10. 18^-22 30—28 2-14—20 21-20 23—10 IS— 0 ' 27—18 17— 1.1 1G— 1.K 1U— 10 12—10 1—10 22—20.: 20—23 27—11 25-22 20—25 21—17 21^-17 Drawn. 'Irregular' (Veal's move). 11r-15 2P-23 10—17 20—22 28-24 Xl-W 22-17 \—% 19—10 17—28 1«-»Sij 23-27 S--1I 17—14 7— U 31—15 86-22 82-'2« 23T-10 10-17 22— lu 14— IS 1-B 0-10 - 0—14 21—14 11-18 24—19 '22-17 15-0 .' 25^-22 0—10 27—24 -3—7 fl— 13 2—27 14-16 24—20 5— n . , lUnck-wins.. -r , fa) This should have lost for Tllacfci by-15»rllj- but White Eei'iim to prefer suicide.- ,...-; ' ' i ..'..b V

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

HAIR SPECIALIST. BE&NARD KAY. Treating Scurf, Dandruff, Scalp Troubles, and Falling Hair, . at 31-Bcnt*t.-j«Bj'Unej'v»ne«NdJotaujcal'.-a»Kl60»Jr ' _ ? ? ?-.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HORRID NICE YOUNG MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 7 July 1917

I 'HORRID NICE YOUNG MEN. ? _ Manly, and'Coogee are the happy hunting iferounds of -the nice young men who don't Swant to enlist and. run risks of horrid dirty «war. If yiju want to see the reluctant ones Sin all thej^ glory, go out on a Sunday ijaiternoon. They wear flannels, and blazers 3$ — often rnonoh. Otherwise; they are smart. S[J|houRh: often a bit flaBh. And they walk up toond down ogling the 'girls. They strut to jfpthe music 'of the band.'' Now and then, HTgirls of the meaner-spirited sorts strut with Irthem. These sleek and timid young men Bare of the type that the Government is a now. to make a final attempt to persuade. B But some of them — a good percentage of J them— could not be persuaded by a deputa tion of seraphs. They don't want to go to a war. The idea does not appeal to them. | They', know that war is a frightfully un | pleasant and comfortless sort of -thing. They (| feel that they are ever so it/;' W safer at | home with the girls. And h^ ,hey hang around, s...

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