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Echoes of the Great Strike WHAT THE LEADERS SAID THE STRIKERS' SIDE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

Echoes of the Great Strike WHAT THE LEADERS SAID THE STRIKERS' SIDE What i* Mr. Kraw tank r Me is elttinc lhet« a* * Tatr, mad saying that the ercat awtet ol Ihe railways can be thrown aside at wrap ii«m, because itti dignity i« at fct»k«.~Mr. J. Storey, t ? « ? If there hod been no attetrfrn to introduce the card «y«tem, the probability is that a terrific upheaval would have taken place over »ome other matter, probably of lews immediate fm portancc— Mr. Claude Thompson, Secretary Amalgamated Railway and Tramway Associa tion. * I want to see the men so back to work upon terms honorable to both sides. — Mr. J. Storey. ? ~ ? ? ? X have never yet known a strike where men were forced back by empty bellies that was not disastrous later on to the industries and to the proprietors.— Dr. Doyle, M.L.C. ? ? ? The men are called on for greater effort at the same wage, which means a reduction of waees.— Mr. Buckley, MX. A. ? ? ? If this Government trill accept a reasonable compromise, this stru...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAG ENDS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

Ta-o EndIs By JOHN DKAYTON. Wow.cra : In Broken 11111 the Initials mean, fiometimco, Imperial Willtam*« Workers. Htncc tbe niHk in the cocoanut, und, maybe, the bomb in the Cumberland. * » ? Sir Douglas Haig has been appointed a Knight of the Thistle. This may make of him a niorc-lhan-bcfoie pointed proposition for the Huu«. Cootamundra paper is responsible for this 1 A bank manager motoring out of Bathurct picked up an old woman, Conversation turned on tl-e war, and she said : 'It will be ended be tween 13th and 20th August*' He laughed. She proceeded : 'You laugh, but that is as true as that your chauffeur will be dead inside »n hour. I-ialf an Tiour later the chauffeur cot down to attend to .some fault in the gear, the car started and crushed his head, to the ful filment of one of the predictions of the old woman. This story has been told, with varia tions, quite a number of times. * ? # There will be some good stories of the ex periences of new chums at ttie front, when the time...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GOVERNMENT SIDE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

THE GOVERNMENT SIDE If the Government tiuC admitted the right of ftetvants of the State to dictate in a -detail of business management, it would not be fit to hold office a day longer—Mr. Beeby. ? . * * Something very much more than the three months* trial of the card system has been raised in the strike. There is the question of who is to rule the public utilities of the State. —Mr. Garland, M.L.C. No opponent of the card system has said, or can say, that it interferes in any way with hours or wages, with privileges er working con ditions.— Mr. ,Beeby. ? ? ? The outrageous action of the seamen and wharf-laborers in striking without a moment's notice, and so, by refusing to sail and handle cargo, holding the country up, cannot and will not be tolerated.— Mr. W. M. Hughes. . ? ? ? A body of men who subscribe to the LW.W. doctrines have convinced a number of men that their only hope of improving conditions is by direct action. — Mr. Beeby. ? * « Any person who, by speech, writing, or ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

fflXn General Ranking Business ..My* | j ? Olllfl andTownt of AuiUalln, London, TliJWorllt(B«tlil.*ut-y Plain), and Rnbaut. ; ~ il Ctbls rfmltttutoct msfy to, and drutu «lr»\vn on forrirtn ulnrtu tllrert. lror«lirn '* bllli urevtUtet tnu t&llei'ted. Ltttrri of wfdll Iwurd to any part o( '.he world. 2 fllBKlup «t\d l:«tbipc« Du»lnc»§ of cvrry drn-rlpi k-n im\«acttd within the Common* A «r»Ilti, United KhiRUom and nl-rv»J. Cumwl urwunli oprnrtl. Inter* t paid on I 'M Bird drpOtlla, Atirmirt* nude sgaim.t apprarml tecurltlra. . M Savings Bank Department 4i Minimum At nil CranchtiD, nnd ovor Intorant «* QV »/? Oepoait 9£gnn flrjoncloo ttt Po»t Offlcoo P°p nM'*i'* awwv (n Auotrft,,n Bm| papUn. Up to sSB3OO INTERSTATE sod INTERNATIONAL Oaring* Duuk Pacilitlci. JAMM IB.U PfC»lr OnwttM. ? ./«»-, «»« ? D&NlfiON MILLBB. Bwwmi J ^jjenamitwnBMaBBmwCTiiwBf!^^ For War Purposes only. i A DEPOSIT OF H 17 6 will purchase a Certificate for £1 §j £* 7 6 . „ „ £5 1 £8 16 O „ „ £10 H £43...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MODES AND MEN SYSTEMS AND SYSTEMS. About System [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

MODES AND MEN ? p, — ? ?.— BY8TEM8 AND 8VSTBMR, hy KHANK MORTON. About ftyatem I suppose that at heart every man hate« the systematic way of doing things ju«t a« tnuch as these strikers do. The natural instinct ot the human animal is to do most things Just anyhow. None tlie tess is system neceaary. It is Nature's rule. We have the solar system, and ; the myriads of other solar systems that lie about and beyond it. And, coming at one drop from the sublime to the ridiculous, there are several hundred memory syutems, all futile; I know a man in New Zealand who has a system of memorising things, one of those tvearisoma ' old systems that go round seventy corners and ?, end nowhere. Bibulous JBaccbus. Thus, if fee wants to remember that a- man's name is Abt( he thinks of Artomis, Bacchus, and Tbucydides— artless Artemis, bibulous Bacchus, ? turgid ThucydMes — and three months after wards he will tell you with supreme confidence that the man's name is Bat or Tab. These memory systems are ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

HAIR SPECIALIST, BERNARD KAY. TioatiiiB Scurf, Dandruff. Sea-ji Troubles, and Failin^ Hair, at 31 Bent -si., ty-iinc.v, near Botanical Gardens.'' BUTTONHOLE FANCY COSTUME CO. All Kinds of lrancy Costumes on Hire; also Evening Press for Ladies and Gents. Masks for Sale. Stud lor Catalosuc. I.O.O.F. TEMPLE, 140 EUZAUBTU ST., SYDNEY. THE QUAKER GIRLS' TEA ROOM DAINTY AND EXCLUSIVE. MORNING, AFTEIUx'OON, TEAS AND LOSCIIEO\ IIOMK-MADE CAKKS. -~ 162 3rd FLOOR, STRAND ARCADE, SYDNEY (Pitt Street Lift.) j|*|||% EPILEPSY VS^ OSLtHx^B 'H'OSBlilt' has no Bromide of

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

THE SPIRIT OF QUALITY ? ' I This celebrated Gin is specially J^\ W W W%k W'*® ''9S y ® ^^ W^k. T^ '^L W 4/^\ 7^11^ T recommended by the medical ' V3 & ULad 13 Ej A l3 J-^ JK\i A \jKJil^l from KIDNEY COMPLAINTS AND RHEUMATISM. SEg THAT YOU GET 'GlLBEYy IT IS IN FRONT Q^ ALL OTHER BRANDS -— - cq m ^ _J ^ ?jig ? ??.'?'' s . . . .. ' ? ';-* ?

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STALWART COUNTRY MEN COME TO SYDNEY'S RESCUE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

STALWART COUNTRY MEN COME TO SYDNEY'S RESCUE TKbes- pictures, taken by The Mirror photographer outside. the count?/ men's camp i at the Sydney Cricket Ground, show,: .. A .KrouR of men peeling potatoes ; (2) ,?-..'.:. oties of the sleeping quarters'; (3) men chopping wood for use in the ;camp .; (4) group outside the grandstand ;. the camp post-office. - . ??' ??.-.;?. ??;? ..' r ? './?.. -'?:.??:.:'.?'????.?? .'' ' ' ? ? . ''??'??? J ?'?????' ~' ?'''. A'-.:- i' ?' .-.'. -.'i :?..?'.??. ? . . . ? : . . .... ..?..??.?'? TiiE SINKING OF; THE CUMBERLAND These striking pictures exclusive to The Mirror, were taken shortly before the Cumberland fini^? Bank, after being patched up. The vessel unfortunately struck ' a gale just as she was being towed into port.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANZACIANA TABLES FROM THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

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Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

Reduce Your Butter Bili BY USING GOLD MEDAL On your bread instead of butter. lib. Butter costs --17 1 tin GOLD MEDAL MILK 0 9 Saving per Ib. - 10 It is a pleasant change. It is a FULL CREAM MILK. It is more digestible. It is Absolutely Pure. It is Made by NESTLE'S.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOME DRESSMAKING A DAINTY CAMISOLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

HOME DRESSMAKING A DAINTY CAMISOLE. Hand made undergarments are more popular to-day than they have ever been, and once again the home-made trousseau is occupying the attention of girls who have the leisure to make it. Fashion furnishes new and dainty designs which are easily copied, provided the maker has a good pattern. « The pattern in this week's issue is a new high-necked camisole, v-shaped in front, and arranged with a yoke, both front and back, to which the Mower rart is gathered and drawn, in at the waist with beading or elastic. The pattern includes a short sleeve, but if so de ? sired, the armhole may be outlined with lace or embroidem instead of a set in sleeve. TUB PATTERN in in -five -pieces, rtccve, yoke liaclt jtml, front, ami lower buck and front pieces. Before -!MtUiiK flip pattern in material just try it on, 'and jvuicinber 'wlieii cutting out' that no turnlngH -irc aliowojl, HOW TO CUT- THK VATTK11X.— You will require IE yard of a 40-ineh width material for a plain...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

[ INCL'LY . (MELBOURNE.) Will Display a Spcpial Collodion of NEW MODELS at the Hotel Carlton (CASTLEKEAGH STREET) FROM AUG. 13th TO 23rd Gowns, Jumper Frocks, Tailored Suits, Blouses, Millinery. « EIGHT-HOUR ART UNION AND SPORTS. PRIZES value ^3,500 (Under sanction of the Attorney-General.) Drartn Nov. 3, 11)17. IstPrize.v&lue£650;2ndPrize,v&lue£3O0 '\rA PriTO vaIiio f^OO - and 397 other . Ota rrite, value A. A%J*J , valuable Prizes;. ; . The First Prize last ypsr wan won b.v Mrs. C. IXHiBton Shiplov. Blackbcatli, N.S.W., for the modest outlay of ONE SHILLING. GET A TICKET AND HAVE A CHANCE FOR 1917. Results of Drawing will be advertised in daily metropolitan papers on ? MONDAY, November 5, 11)17. To any person forwarding stamped addressed envelope a list of the results will be posted. Tickets may be bad from Agents in all towns, or direct from — AKTIJDU W. YACEK, Secretary Eight-Hour Committee. Trade* Hall, Sydney. ,

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NEW STYLE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

A NEW STYLE ... This jersey jumper, in blue and white, with the oval-cut neck, is a new ..-.-. style for sport wear.— ^(Underwood.).

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

' ^KKSW2!8SlDERi BRICKFIELD HILL, SYDNEV

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS OF A BANDAGED SOLDIER [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS OF A BANDAGED SOLDIER '?' '????... ..'.??; 6p.m. Midnight. ' _(J- H. Dowd, in Sunday Herald.) ?

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THUMBS DOWN TO [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

THUMBS DOWN TO— . The men who refuse to load transports or work in naval dockyards because of a dispute with which they are not concerned. Mr. Arthur Henderson for misleading- the British Labor Congress on the subject of tho Stockholm Labor Conference. The men responsible for loss of or injury tc the Maturiga, several days overdue

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUILDING CEMENT SHIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

BUILDING CEMENT SHIPS French encineers have overcome the difficulty of the shortage of wood by building barges in cemen . They find that ?hey are just as serviceable forever traffic as tho^se previously built cement. i«i=y .^ woo(j__(NewBpaper Illustrations.) DIED FOR AUSTRALIA. Pte. Fred Carter, Paddington, re cently killed in action. AN EASY PATRIOTISM. From the Portland Oregon Telegram. THE GARDENER RECRUIT. Drill Sergeant (to dull recruit) : ' 'Ere, Number Two, what were you before you joined up ?' Recruit: 'A gardener, sergeant.' Sergeant.: 'Oh! So that's why we can't get any blinkun* potatoes!** — (J. H. Dowd, Lqndon Opinion.)

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
At the Movies Olly's Success. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

At the Movies Olly's Success. If someone had whispered to a little girl called Oily some years ago that in the year 1917 she would be one of the leading stars of the Triangle Company, said Oily would have pooh-poohed the idea in the very same man ner, as she did when told by an admirer that fihe had a perfect picture face. But even such Wonderful scintillating beauties as Oily can make mistakes. And this particular little lady did make one in denying her right to fame. For at the present time OMy — or Olive Thomas,. ns her name appears on the films — is bringing home a tight little salary each week-end in re ward for her carousing before the camera of the Triangle organisation. Madcap Madge. When Miss Thomas posed for the paintings pf Harrison Fisher she thought that she had reached the top rung of the ladder, but now well, sho does consider it worth getting a swelled head over her existing contract. Mad pap Madge, her first Triangle venture, is a sparkling comedy that sets this new...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIDING TO TOWN BY BY 'BUS AND VAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

RIDING TO TOWN B^ These photographs, taken by The Mirror photographer, illustraH order to travel between home and work. On the left is a'furnit^i . / right is a 'bus which is ddoing ni [ BY 'BUS AND VAN. ? illustrate the methods which. the public have had. to .adopt in 'a' furniture van which has' done valiant service, and on the ddoing much profitable business. ? ? . . ; . v . .

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANTHONY HORDERNS' FOR THE CLEMAK RAZOR [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

ANTHONY HORDERNS' FOR The generality of men carry out II their shaving operations hur riedly, and with an old-fashioned I razor or with an inferior make of II Safety Razor, it Is often positive toil. With a good Safety Razor— euch as a CLEMAK — however, II shaving becomes a pleasure.. The 11 great advantage possessed by a CLEMAK over an ordinary razor is that no stropping Is required || every time the razor Is used. With the 5/ CLEMAK are seven blades || «— brie for every day In the week — II and a few minutes at the week II end with a strop will renew the I cutting edges. The blades are ♦ wade of the best of steel. The CLEMAKSAFETY RAZOR has no loose parts to I worry about, and Is so safe that shaving may be done In a dim light — or in the I dark If necessary. The CLEMAK Is an Ideal razor for the soldier on active ser vice. - ''?'.'? ?'??'' THE CLENfAK RAZOR,, Silver-plated, with seven blades and Stropping £ / Handle. Price ? ... ... ,.....'«? .. ,. ? Of By Post, N.S.W., 3d Extra. ...

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