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WHICH? [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

WHICH? - WThlch.\ot you crleO. lVlvo la I rraincel ? Tho Hun is Just trying to decide which, ho shall murder — LAntl Boche

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A GERMAN DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

A GERMAN DRKA.M, John Bull being. vluUted German like to pretend that Britain1* AlHe-- will ruin ^Tohn Bull financial) — 'Ludtlgo.' Blatter.'

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

? - . 'isn Pitt S^-eet,. Sy»iftcys: '- - s ? ? ' ' .';.Autfttet-17i IB19.' 'To AdvftirtSaitiijg Mabagep, '? ' V. /'- 'TfecMirror,' y T ' -? - - so Ash Street, Sydney* ' 1 Dear SirF - . - 2 have plfeaaure in Informing you tliai the inqtwte& received by me as a result of thfe - adyerfisemc^atB of tlie Craven IBiarSeigh.Hair ?SSe?Jt©r®r» inserted In 'The Mwror, ' ' wejre_' ^eqAftrfcaftfe and tsneQtialled Sn my experfei'Mce'* . . S $utnt $o ' 8&tisfisd wlm the/ results oiffcady , achieved and thte |)rospecfia 'of your^joturnaly that S have sigacdvaffltl send you. herewith contrdiei for 5,000 inches' at 7/6 .per inch nett* - ' ''??;_ ' E al&o emcloa* copjr for $ three 'SuM columsn advertisement Stof'the ens«tsog. issue of 'The Mirror.' - - -, - . .

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

ALL RIGHTS HESEFtVED. ouo In UiQ wot Id Ulcc you; never was and never will bo. You're wonderful. Will you marry me, Peggy? 'Will you?' 'Thtlr eyes looked Into each others, yrjunc; o-os both of them. The 'faces bf bath of them were ns v lilte, ae death. It wir the first tlmo that anyqno had eaiil tho-jo words to Peggy ~Hatd CJiatlo In her life Ana It wan Iho flre^ time 1n-hSs life that Peter Howard had uttered them, 'STou're 'not rc'aHy In Wo with, me, are you?' came fluttering from PeggS^a lip1) at last. ?? H 'I son.' . 'Olj.-flon't say that!' 'Hut I oni.' J '1 don't wont you to be.' ' 'Why don't you 'want me to bo?' 'Because I Wre you so awfully.' 'That's no reason of nil.' 'And because you'jo Peter.' ' 'That's no reason either.' 'Bccay&t^ want Just to be frleqds with you.' '.That means tRaju you .don't, oara.' 'Its deetsn't. I'm awfully fond o? you, Peter, ^.wfully,' , Stic jumped up, pulled her band from him, And bi'o&o.nway, .'i ? rr~\ = ? z , ? \i in ttoe fiejrn...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

' 8®k^^|Sen»atumaI Offer! ?! S& jv. ''^BB°5 I ? TO BnaowicE and advertise our i'^ - ?ttQftBF f High-grade Tested Seeds. ^? ^WWS»ifflMBKfflfflr VJmK, Itamu Giwn ABSOLUTEtV TWEE. l» - tf 'V^^BBfTO®' rf'S* Pnraosa who Atre* la Act » Onr OlttrOwKm. V.') ISSlMi '* ^^ 1/ liff ? ' aanreaL Anastcarawm , , ^K% /f*\ it SfflJ do,2nd'we'nillsewlyouI4piclrjstsof ourRELl- ' ?»'.' ^i£% «SL J vUrar ABiE SEEDS. Sell or use the seeds, at 3d per _Y,i ^Bsk^tk l^a-ir 'P*0**' (send 113 our money 6/») aiKi bv wton» '''hb hsS^w vaT^^t*** mail we send you the priic you select from our ' -rtpj I ^r^MbB&PSjf Grand Prize List enclosed with the jfccsjs. . - riifc : ^ffijTS* t& t As a tcge advertisement we offer these Tfttnablo s» '*mZSfflZZi. *» J-' prices to our patrons, and have purchased tlkras- -SB ^p* ^OtW ?' tmdi of potmrt's worth of reallr Rood and caefal -#| j^» ^r»% /fl articles^ as a stance at the Prize List ?jrillfirovc. ' ' ,,'iw j»i«----t.- ' ih The jfrestter the- quantity o...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
my silent Fiends "My Army, O, My Army!" [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

[?] 'My Army, 0, My Armyl' ? IJenry IJiwson. Is stronger' In prose than In verse. ' If Is his proso Btorlca that have 'yron for him the deserved reputation of '?being thp best interpreter of Australia. In eaying this I do not mean to make light x-t him aB a singer. \ There' Is A: force, 6. Blow, a headlong impetuoplty about some :;,, 91 cis eariy poetry whicti lias hardly a 'parallel iii literature, and there la a note - ? at keen understanding and sympathy 1 about all his wmlr which lifts It Tar out 1 'tit the rut of tho commonplnce. 'Facea in 1 'Jhe Streett, I-Tho Flag ot Australasia,' anA i ti few other pieces' will live ub Ions as ' there are readers of poetty to onjoy them 3m. o o- ? ,, In 'Jly, Army, O, My, Army!' Jiijifc Issued - ' ty TjrellB Limited, of Sydney, tawson iadds one' more volunio of v.orse (a a long {1st, and It is ono which will neither add -1 to his fame nor Btnlrch his laurels. Ijuy . eon's own particular army carries a very 1 red flag. It Is hot exactly the r...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RED CROSS "MIRROR" COMPETITION PRIZES OFFERED FOR NURSES' COMPANIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

MEB, CROSS 'MIRROR' COMPETITION PRIZES OFFERED FOR NURSES COMPANIONS. Tho Red Cross Competition for slippers for men at tho front Wought entries from readers of' the 'Mirror' ? In all purts' of the OommonweaUh. * WO 11&V0 pleasure jn. .luiuvu'^'ve, *? further competition nf'er consultation witli thb Red Cross Committee Tho artlVjlo which -the Committee uses most at tho- preset tfloment is Nurstip' Companions, and we propose to offer prizes on similar lines jo the previous competition for thee* articles 'ThD folfo-vrinff are tho conditions!— Vrlzts to* tho value ot SO, SI, and 10/- will bo offered for the best arid most economically-made Nurses' Companion. Compelllora should forward entries addr^ssod ''Red Cross,' c/o 'Tho Mirror' office. Ash-street, Sjdhey, to ? getter with tho accompanying coupon.^ Tho competition will close on Sep tember 15. , The decision: of tho editor will' bo final. , ' ^ Every article sent. sln will bo ^handed over- to' tho Red Cross Com mlUeo tmaneat...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

BCV- NEXT ^UKDHY^ '-UMRH&tt* &&& TBE&T Vl®tVfcm$. ,

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

. Bi^ Wfiik© S IF Wf Re M0& 9t ilbe Uailway Static; 65 BTJSINDS3 and RKStDENTIAL SITES. -Witt, tioaiagca to MAlUON-EtTlU^UT, fcHAPEI,-BOAI-.'KltQnoJtcr-J-arude, ' 1 v ?* , *«-d French -avenue. ^ ' * / ' ' . - J ., ^BbAws BEADry. v ? ^19is/ at $#cl0C& ? ~. f ti^pwa VEgy.fe/W ,! . On%*t«ntlt Depo»it, bfjaoco 10/- p^r mp)ath ior every ^fO or purchaao mopfty. Interest 5 pit cent. Right to pay ot&. PROPRIETARY, LTD* Autttiori«»ra, J3S Pitt-ifc. ^ ' 14 CajUoPBagh-streotw - ; Messrs, Wilson antf Hn'niott, 9 Castlarea^h-sUeet, SollclfoAj to tha Estate. '' r

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN OPTIMIST ON THE WAR. GERMANY BLEEDING TO DEATH. HORATIO BOTTOMLEY'S INSPIRING ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

Si' *'»mj,m ? ? ? — — ? ? ????—?? .?«—??? ?——???— ?— ' ? -vr — ? -1 ? 'li_ ? * ? ? GERMANY BLEEDING TO* DEATH. HORATIO BOTTOMLEY'S INSPIRING ^ARTICLE. 'A pessimist,' Bays the waiter In 'The Olrl In the ?Taxi,' 'is one who has lived all his life with an optimist.' In an in Bplrlng article in the 'Sunday Pictorial' oh tho .'Kurane-an crialB, Horatio Bottora loy, one ot the most remarkable person alities in modern English journbltBm, re verses the epigram. . '.Me declares. that he has lived a.ll his life with pessimists, and that is why ho Is an optimist. Mr. liottornley'a article will act as a good tonic for the many people who have been drivon Into 'the bluesV by Ger many's successes In the Eastern arena, and who are busily predicting the fall of tho British Empire 1C not the end of the world. f REMOVE THE YELLOW GOGGLES. ?'W I want the public Cwrite3 Mr. Botfoin , Ycy) to stop looking at this war through i. yellow g°BGlea; I want them to bo clear eyed- and stout-hearted. Look at the...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOUNDED HEROES RETURN FROM GALLIPOLI. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

. WOUMOI&D HBROES'-RETPRN FROM .OALJLrlPOLrl. - ' ' I \V' THE. Wtj0LE PUBLIC SPIRIT OF AUSTRALIA 18 PLEDGED TO -LOOK ? ? ; ? . . ?'- ? -=~ .. AFTER THESE SOLDIERS OF OUHB^HO COME BACK TO US BEARING THE,. ? 'riONORABLE SCARS OF BATTLE.'— Mr. Holman. ' ? ' ? ? ? ? ? ? j : Snother.'iargo batch ^f. wounded Australians arrived in Sydney,^ the Hororata-liisfc.Monday. They were given a magnificent reception, and ''?'' - looked proudly cheerf nlos they were driven through, the linen 'of cheering people to tho Base Hospital at Bandwick. ' . ' ; ;^.-5iVW.?» -\IfiIOST 'QRUEL^BfiOWij;;;,1. '-, .THESE MEN M-S'i; THBPRECIQBS GJ^F OF EIGHT IN FlOBWNa^^i^ , , ^ ^ HAPtr GROUP' OP ATJBTBAIJAN, VoXINDEa) ON BOARD TBDP HORORATA'. '''

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MIRROR OF LABOR. LABOR AND LIQUOR BARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

[?] (By 'P.UIj.') - LABOR AND LIQUOR BARS. The cutting out of private, members' business in the N.S.W. Legislative Aa-( sembly will automatically put back con sideration ot Labor member Tom Drowns! motion favoring tho cloning of liquor bars at 6 p.m. It Is known that the party U sharply divided on tho question, but Mr. Brown has the support of a decision of last Labor Conference, which affirmed the desirability of 'Immediate Btepa' be ing taken to bring about tho closing: of hotels and wineshops at 6 p.m. - The Premier and Attorney-General were both present during the conference debate, but neither took part in It. Mr. Fltigcr ald, now VIoe-I'resIdent ot the Legisla tive- Council, . however, . opposed it. Th8 Victorian Labor Conference went much further, resolving on 'the Socialisation of tho liquor traffic with a view to pro-' hibltfou ' 0 «- « MR. ENQLI8H AGAIN. Alderman John English, whoso stand ing in tho Labor movement has been the, subject of ficrco debates since ho op-| posed...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

'- - ' AT LOW {aRICgSWtTH PROMPT DEUycaV. ' / \~ , '''4 ' ,W» carry laroe«toeks OREGON, WHITE PINK, Jll(«U» »'-? BALTIC FLOOB . 'INS, L1NIMQ8, V/EATI^EhBOAROS, etc4 OEOyVOOQ MOULOINQO of ovtry dMcrtptiorv.aniS most othtr Ti5nff-)r4 required by feuUdw-s, which vm «i:pp»y at Special price*. '-.,*' ' * ° ' i '', * ' ONLY FIROT QUAL1TV TIMBER HANDLEDr' ? , ' r . ' - v r ,.'??- «\ 6end us your Inqiilrlo*. Price Uat ported Fr*» on BppttcatWn. ?* « '« '« . ¥ATOEJ|HELt;;&'JiBI©;^: § TIMBER MEHCHANT& fVanfr, Whurf,- ar\$ Saw ..Mliro), LeiCfMiAftbT-Jp'REE.T, '? .- %' , » Minute^, from ala^Tjraiw Tct^Inn. ,^ „ .Jr 'Pttont, **!-»-, tMlSSfl* ,; «i .713

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

- NEXTv SOWDArS ^'IfflRBOR'* FOK^BIKT W^S^©?; TM^;W ...n'..v;;--f:;

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERAL FLASHES. STORMY INCIDENTS IN BOTH HOUSES. PRIME MINISTER IN FIGHTING MOOD. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

'-.FEDERAL RASHES. : STORMY INCIDENTS IN BOTH HOUSES. PBHitE MINISTER m FIGHTING MOOD. . . ' ..(From Our Special Ccrrjjpondent.) MELBOURNE, Thursday. Wf?i'l ?':?' '?'The war,. .and criticisms arising oat of S;ji the wnr,! have had their inevitable effect pf'.' .oiMhe leaders of the Government. Both !?,?]? ; ? the .frrime Minister ana. the Minister of [jji'.'.V./pefencr. have been very-angry this week. £.''?'?* ?' and th/iy have let everyone know they went :i'.\ ? angry., -? ' -: In Vic course of fourteen years' exp'erf ;;; ; enceof the Federal gatlery I have never -' known the head of a Government in quite S: .,?--'' fluch a rage, as Mr. Fisher wua In on _ Mondby sight At one stage he wM 's-l , marching' up and down the Chamber with .-.'? . his fists clenched, shouting taunts nt Mr. f— . -7oolc on the other aide of the table. 'He :,-. talked at '?intervals about an 'attack on it.' tbe Government.' a 'dagger.' a 'political $-'?',? dagger', a ' stiletto,' , nnd other deadly ;'.:[ ^ we...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
At the Movies [?]vicva in Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

? ? ' ? ' ' 1 iTT-n'-iir mi ? ? ? ? »? ? 1 11 ? ?iiiiiiiib ? iiimmmiiiii ' i uAvJova tn Pictures. j |?(\''It Is more Wonderful than tho Blase,' ^ I fi/tt-lalmcd 'Anra Pavlova, the cclobratofl TOi^'WiBBlau dancer recently, whlio watrhlns jjif j'3|iaaio Byton playlni; a difficult tola at Ul^JtJw Sells Btadlaa. 'Sho lias now consented nff l**0f Bpneoir !icrBi-If before the camera Jn a E# production by the Unlvcrnnl Company, In y,((,^hlch fiho Is to bo supported by her en |f/i^iro company of 47 daftcoro, lncludlne f j||(|i Llezander Volonlne, «f the Imperial Opera i,l4 ^Toueo at Petrograd, and her mattrojda ,JJ| allot, M Ivan CHistint. The picture, M irhlch io «ntltled 'Iho Dumb Oirl-of Por (@ let,' will cost 10,000 dollars for the studio |J]p lond, which Is erected opeelally! for- the fi-fefj )ccaslon^-a fact ' from ' which the'-magni- iBffi uflo of the production as a wholo may ijffbo Inferred. m ANITA STEWAJRT, S Who is described us tho mofat beauti H ful o£ moving picturo actresses....

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BIOGRAPHIES OF THE PLAYERS. Mae Marsh. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

BIOGRAPHIES OF THE F1ASEI& Misa Marsh. Two years ago Mao Marsh mn away frow school anfl smuggled herself Into tlio Ulograph Studio, The groat director, David 'W. Grirflth, saw her possibilities, and after* a soveio schooling before the camera sho appeared as Mary in 'Tho Hands, of Due.'. Thu. Quaint, awltward girl becamo famous overnight. Her rango of photoplay' portrayal became .extraordinary — from eccentric comedy tp tonso ? emo tionalism. Mao Marsh is 18 years of age. Laat year she followed the«fortunes of Griffith, and- joined 'rhio' Reliance Com pany. a o © j Edwin August. Edwin Autjufit has changed from one company to another with remarkable sud denness. It was quite mystifying to tho audience to seo him In a Biograph play liLLIAN tilBH, Who featured in '.The Birth of'* * Nation.' ono night. In a Lubin the next, and pos sibly an pdlso'n tho follOwtitg- weelc Efl wln August graduated1 frem the- Christian Brotliera' CoJIego in St. Louis, and first appeared oa little Lor...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANSWERS TO QUERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

? ANSWERS TO QUERIES. In ihis column we answer all qfaestions about the movies ot tho actons. Cast* oi tho pictures will be given when passible. Address all questionn to 'Answers to Queries,' e/o 'Mirror' Office, Ash-st, Sydney. Always give a tide for reply. H.TS, Artnrmon.— Henrietta Crossman ia 'Thp. Unwelcome Mrs. Hatch' (Faraouu Players); Cartjio Blackwell, opposite Mary Plckfora in 'Such a Little Queen' (P.P.P.). ChaplmlUs. -Charlie Chaplfcru- firat picture In Keystone was ' Maklns a Liv ing.' Ho did not direct it himself. , GJEST, North 'Sydney.— I*Ko Comediei» tako their name jfrom their director, and means Lehom^nn Kompany. AcQuati©. Bondi— Annette Kellerman'a only picture atiown iu Sydafty was 'Ncp- tuno's Daushteix1* She is cngngeor on an other now. but by another Company. ?Chanhauser, City,— Ottargarulto SnowJ who Playefl the Countcsd Olga in -ho 'j,ooe,*)oaot. Bii-etery.' iq j,e,w piayinjr opposite JFraaote X. Baohman in Mctrd neJeaSsefc X-Y.tl, City.— Chester ^arnett in...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

Four genertitiofys of. 'Doctors, have '-pfaveti , % I .When health breaks down, the choice of ttie right remedy and the right builder up becomes all important To waste valuable time in experimenting with un tried remedies and imitations of doubtful medicinal ' value, is but to invite disappointment and to pro long the period of suffering and ill-health. For over forty years SCOTTS Emulsion .has been , wonderfully successful in restoring vigour and ; health to weakly, men, women and children; and in bringing strength 'to those afflicted 'by weakness - * and disease, , ' . ' *v , A course of SCOTT'S Emulsion strengthens eve*y part of the body and brings health in natures wgp* It restores appelf e5 emAehes , tie - blood,- mbM fortifies ' itee ~- fltaroat aM Im&ns. . c - ~ You can daily see the patient growing brighter and stronger as he -reaps the Jieriefits ? of «the ?health-bestowing power of SCQTFS. No child is too weak or too young to benefit bp a course of SCOTTS Emulsion....

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