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WOMEN AND THE HOME. THE ART OF GOOD HOUSEKEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

' ' WOMEN AND THE HOME, The art op good housekeeping. By 'THALJA,' ? Housewifery ' or 'homomaklns is ;wo ihari's worlt— no matter what har position It is a mother's duty to train her daugh ter or havo her -trained so that sho^will be able to minagc a homo It that'l^epon Blblllty should fall upon'l lior, Bl)oulde.ra. llut unfortunately wo find in all classes that u girl 13 supposed, JuEt'bccauao 8ho is a woman,- 10 . itnow au aoouc - nomc maKlng witliout any preparation; for It. And In Australia this - Indcfihlto '. know- ledge is muro In* evldcnco than in any other part of the glooc. That Is why I am endeavoring to writo a scries -of short articles which -will ap peal specially to those who may have to learn -housekeeping from tho very bc Elnnins Wo may start with what are tho duties of a housewife. Tho answer is* all that ebnecrna tho well-beinij and happi 1 ness of thooo about 'her. Hut' 'what her actual work will bo depends upon .her means and' her 'position In 'life. If her Inco...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BIG PILLS OUT OF DATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

BIG PILLS OUT OF DATE. Thp big nauseous pill, bo Ions In use tor regulating the bowels is out pf date. ? Jit has been largely superseded by Plnketteoj tho dainty new Iaxativb, which docs all. that a good lazatlvo ought to do without causing sickness and unpleasantnsss. They neltljer unset the stomach nor_lrrl tatc.the bowels, yet they act thoroughly, nnrl offln!*»nH V. . r » -r Pinkettcs will bo found valuable, by sufforors - from constipation. '? Tokon nc» cording to directions' they .help to correct the irregularity, so that tho uso of an opening medicine Is not a constant neces sity. They are Just the thing; that ought to bo kept handy* in covery h6uie, vand mothers will flhO that children' will take them without trouble. Mention S3Tio Mlrron1' und write for a free {rial oample to tfio Dr. WliHamrt' Mediclno Co. -of Atrttralasla; Ltd ,' Sydney. Sold.by all oiediclno* dealers at 1/- p«r bottle,- ' - i

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

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Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Thwugh the Eyes of a Woman [?] an ill Wind. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

[?] Manila A woman I fancy changer lika ibe «kjr, i UN roving lhaught 1 fnul on Ihit or tilf, But in the mirror of her it^cleti eye I SVr catches all that men are *ont to ibUj. I I |jf$'san III Wind. fa \ 'vTho balm (lajs which whispered of the : \ ^preaching spring, last week suddenly I l'l|''w UB tac'-; lnt0 tlle d*Py18 of wJat/-r- ' )f pjjyjil Uio world warmly wrajipecJ Ms wiro '4i^ ^o C05IC8' a*V^ most volurmmua ol MtJ'ta one© more, that aho might defy tho 1 .laments My old gardener tells m6 that (JpfwJjlMrat tho '?wcsterlEiB' (which untidy iff 'Ww coiffures, and s/rgravatd our tomneis) -jw^* BPrln(» flofl[Bra'«nd fruits would - ot be 4 ^A their iicst K lap Its worth, l*ie flteooin ^tf&rt of a row (U-b. dust arid cold 4 k _ yii'4 * t ? x * ; kfflower-sollero. y|fln aid of the men of tho 19th Battalion t, tojio nro badly In need of comforts, Mrs. nlpilexandor Gordon and Mro. Adrian ICnox K'ljfeo becoming flower-sellers. They ask n'iMio imhlio to buy their blossoms every )...

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

\ I iW To the Artistic Ttropet^ment Mwman (lut-3» Oio iccj^rc f« I | IbUt - Ssi^c Attraction* {or tttvfdepttx. Yijt, 4apite the riusMiroti* 13 u MEM J alluring toositiori* for »aCh tidmw. fcv» evtu compare *-* ttw IS fc Pit pectin* situation pf thte SKSIU& BHACH HUTATB^ MOO- Hi P I If MAM, Whkh tttoitend»'Wl to WOvewVnce t« Traig, white rajB- Ej [t Wvf niflcfcnt thrffbufclUarcs. fcuch is PKINCK ALDERT-ST-2JIBT. Kg - f. B£8» With to 1)ft»uti{)-! llomeo an* Gardens, adjoins the Property, ra 6 1 RaW high-class Residential sites, whicu command «tcn- |j a ' t3 6lve Sfcnoracdlc viotis -£, title wooded heights, of. iSotmfin, and nl If i I I BiltSa upon flitfea ol other ^orelr view* Of the Harlot and fft» Hi B If]- surrouodine*. Thcs« vfow» -^NWaT {owing to the nature of ffl fc I Bseu ptojertjf) be built out I ' M &-9r SfariUis ifrcwsfcE Jj£sJt%&ic 1 i h te jiff tWl&in fteyftit {fclsautcb* -fcalk o£ jst 3 V » PWt -Hit4£t5$P8f%i?%t'5!n&- Mosman Irani (...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR TIME FASHIONS. The Return of the Rustle. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 5 September 1915

WAR TIME FASHIONS. & ?By BVANGELINB. The Roturr ef tho Rustle. Have you noticed wo have taken to rustling again'' There aro no/ more soundless petflroatb for smart women nowadays. They aro all frilly,' .usually o£ taffeta, and (is- a rulo full :'of tho noise that noM'IlBts used to u-i=cilbe as 'tho frou-Jrou of h.er skirts ' Somp of the petticoats hn\e a tine line of whalebone ?at Uin extrcmo edge of tlio hem that giyej. tho torreet crinoline ofiect to the tiaiiu of the eklri worn above It; and re member that all tho new petticoats measure from five to six ymils round! I mention this so .that you would not- be lured into buying past season')! under skirts, which in some Instances, I bc Hove, aro being sold as 'the latest skirt' , Tlio erfect of these fuU filtirta la ort the whole lather pretty, when confined to tho drapery abo\o tho feet. But let me confess' that the, good lady's skirls which arc! made with full * gathers; about the waist, like those worn iby tho peasant wom...

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

Australian Gallantry at Gallipoli.       Troops advancing at Mudros. One of the guns of a battery in action near Seddul Bahr THE BULLDOG BREED Lord Brassey, who is 79 years of age has fitted up his yacht, the "Sunbeam," as a hospital ship, and has left for the Dardanelles.       IN THE TRENCHES. Admiral Nicholson leaving the Naval Observation Station and making his way through the trenches of Cape Helles.   JACK AT PLAY The afternoon rest on board a battleship in the Dardanelles.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW ZEALAND BENDS A FORMIDABLE TRIO. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 12 September 1915

sNJEW ZpALAND jBENDB-A 'FOttitoltil 'At '.-.tjio' /coming ? Sprigs: vcftmjpd g?i ? «ij RahfljrjcK :N^w .JSenlona; wj-) fcay« i Ji'very. \vanntrlo . in tJio 'field. ~ fn -Heputa flon: thp Dominion' bta a^ p»^culariy ?rorm!|l4ftlct repr-Scptative,-ond,^ortBni,en JtromnAcTrosi -1h^;^Ater;-i^'uitMi^as;'ln..in-i.ntr''..tb{it the ;:ionrryear-0Jfl. is ouo 61 ;the li^st 'bpJ loperji Be^; out' .tor ' wme ifJeasonls. .jpaiit, 'IT» hftft'Jwon :lnVnorlftnV-'rflp-»H '.In* irrtn/l Sfteco 'hlB asrlval,- RepuCatlpn bos been ffpldg- ; jh' rOTch'conylncIbe ./aBhlop on the fxapkithai-ie Is yiery n^aiiy. nt'ih'o head of i!xo quotations for tJip^ Metroiiolltani flos 'pJtjS..tho ^Ct UvltiJiola ^»i»-iJt,'thajUrRt Six '.'at thb top. of tha i hanqicap.' Ir.dtfcd (10109 of |Uib tioraa'B wiost najiffulne ad mirdra wrerthat I tho -blgr' *ac« 'Is oil *veft that may bo a rauicr' bpttailstio view.' ? Aa jiOlng well the visitor -wpi Tse toattl tojbicai. Jt' -po»nel! will Juwj tho Bjoifnt.* ; 'Ajiotner )good's-)n&a...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FINAL FOR THE CITY FOOTBALL CUP. EASTERN SUBURBS MAT GLEBE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 12 September 1915

[?] -'-;:f;\ ';'??- iAkSHK S0BURBS BEAT 6LEBE. - ; '; ;-. ' A ,I«rgtfv,crpw«l^saw ?'^astern' Su5n»rt-9- defeat Glebe by S2 polnta to 3 |n the fJnW U» ior th« City pup yesterday; Tho A'grl- cultural Qrqund waa; dotted'; wltn-.'tiny lakes, v/hlclj ^nnJually disappeared during IJie flfternopB,' leeyAng- behind then» .bjacjs otirth, ln:'«fhlF^ ,the ' playelfa ;'fj-equentTy sprsadc^sled., '; ? '.'-.? ??':-. -J-:'.-. *'?:; ??.-.??.' NotwitbstandlpS' tliu, advei-EO cond'tlons, tho- play,, if not''1.' of .a . pttrkicuiarly Jiigh standard,' luulitf momenta. '? Generally, the scores .give $ fair iridlcAtlon' of tbo-trepil of pliy; but ir«. yesterdaj'k' naatch' ISitstern jSuburb»' 22 points tp'jlvVletoryiB mSalead ijijr.- :-5lebo Jiadias much qf :th« play' aa tSxoit opponents, but Eaatern' Bub^rbs iad a day'. -out and could, do nothlhff -wrong'. They scored from^dyery; position— favor-;, able on* unf avorablcw-and tneip. : chief ttlj a«t .. waa . the possession of ? a. Jittje exlra pace in tbp...

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 — 12 September 1915

* ' EDINBURGH. ' '''??' r ' '3; :'?;. caWTOBHT. l||g,|ii,iiiM|,L,ii,,,iM||,i,i),i,iiii,i)ii-ii|iMii i^^-,-'-.t-r^wtiwariitt^B^M^d ;; ^ ^.^^j^l;^^ W« SF0RT1RG -MEWS, ? W^M-

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SPRING RACING CAMPAIGN. TATTERSALL'S MEETING AS GUIDE TO THE BIG EVENTS. JOHN WREN'S GARLIN WINS CHELMSFORD STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 12 September 1915

[?] [?] : BT-V- ??'?'?:??'?' ' ::-V-;:V':Wf: ^B^MAri^i.OT/': I ', The 0prids irieesjny 'of'.TiiUieraiiD'a! CJub I la 'mainly intereaUng'jfe -tl-at |tji«rvc»!fla p, ft'gui$eto|iwJ-Tflg-r events t^cOBi?.:.'T?w I , ^'patronised; ' aespfta top Jj^av^lthupflpr-' irjitpnirivWcli swept ovir th-^ ttfcourjd at the: l^'oiitset; ' ftfhis, Jio^evc^ -jW;nol' affect 'tiwt j ; [going 'appreciably, and'' the 'form 'shown i| shoiiiai)Toy« -rtttrly ydiabJe. „?,.;,:' l*i!l' lPtJB. tnhfti (iff paitttATi ^tlt-i niintitra tarA»: ||itlio CThelMfcfpra Stakes,' Hm over nine tarf i n longs, ,nna tl«5s attracted^ Very hlgty claW »;fleia:-nd«ca. Op tlwlBtrttagtfc ofite good Nfc track vo** backers acejpied the absurft' if prlco of ?& t(»'- 1 about IWbbrWf,.i»n4 -lhlfli! jjidcspjte tWe fact thai the tola Included ffl. sucta'^jiottd1 perfornaerB V*b, (JagOu, -TJJvtt'B W lofe.- Mountain' KWeJXv RflPBtdtion, Onriln' fw, Uriels 'Sam.1 St. BpaisaV WaJlaoe.-islneljiaB,.1 I|jCeUgiie; and otbers. --Th6 ifavorlte...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVERPOOL CAMP SCANDAL. COLONEL KIRKLAND'S POSITION DISCUSSION IN FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 12 September 1915

[?] COLONEr, KIRKLAND'S POSITION, '{ ? \ ' t i DISCUSSION IN ' FEDERAL j PARLIAMENT.^ ' (From our Special Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Saturday/ ^ Tho retention by Colonel Ktrkland of ??? Iil3_ post as Commandant of Llverpoorr1 Camp In fiplto «f tho cllBclosurea In Mr. '' Juattco Itloh's report Is causing consider* ^ abla indlftnatloa in Federal Parliamentary ^ circles. RepreKentnttvo9 on Wednesday in tho - lot ot a (jucatlon put by Mr, Orchard^! to tha AaSIstacit Dcfefldo Minister (Mr. , Jpjuiea), 'V ''lisa tho Qoverntnent clocWad to an- (\ point Colonc) Klrhlan4 to tho rhargo -ii ),' tho Liverpool enrnpT' ao^d Sir. Orchard. ,'L tjr. Jensen professed ha know nothing ?_.. about IL He said ho would consult fl-. Senator Pearco and clve a reply next day. '' Qa Thursday he enme down with btf i reply. Yea — Colonel Klrhland was to bl y jipjppinvcn- . jJorocuiuiQiy. .mcro woo w. -( marlcrd and \ory significant outbreaK ^' from tho Opposition benches. ,^ Mr. Orclmrd shouted across tho Cham--...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN MY GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 12 September 1915

:';M?II^^Si|l(S^:^ wh'iph.' ji.aeWoft;, or. wifvfiF exjj-6s«d. 'to the afjfifCt ii^niroK-tho i?ul^'nt^h^hjf/wJiU',WBau' tify; -It l mor o.' tliljB..' th6 ..cojisftuctich of a «5clKirj?.fo^tftli feuttlYatlort 6t:i^i^.iii_(aM' 'tliul ^iwtral^ ymawutoJir : (adiMttula) p^ B^ ob'ta W^ in. tHs,bMh -!i-»tta;,clo«a to tnjt'clty.1 la C9ircctlii)S''fos-tar^hooff«'thoso ^Iilch'jgnm W th* dryer ima ciaro exposed altuaUoris, im \th*y. wW' bo«t (teat: trans ptdatins. A njjjauro in b^ualprojiortiqns of.sftndy loam, fibrous pi!M and Tcaf -titonld niaketJ a. suitable Son . f dr\ ferns ' of : evory l^tad.;,JYl66!^u^ growing BortB should havq ^ HprlnkSTriis 'of.ooDs' dust, and tKe mpro (Sollcata ata lienefluiij by.hnvlns a llttlo S^aaiTlea: c^afelt^l- aWuE . thff-oo{e. ffcrn* mustv.hayo ^-p'ftnj^ip^-Tjja'terf. but ihp dr?ilf-- aso tau»t be perfect* in order that All aur plus nto(St'lr-l «ay fo» raplrtty ;itway. Elk's horn1 and; skaa's Jicin iferna require no eoiU burBiJJuldfceitfflxedtbbrpcrat of chai...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Some Reflections in The Mirror. THE TEUTONIC TAINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 12 September 1915

? x ? _____— ^_ ? , ? j^-^™ _— ^ _ ? ? . ? - - '« 7'* ^ ' ' THE TEUTONIC TAINT. TOIB revelations contained . in. tho last Isauo of ' The Mirror' regarding the posi tions in the military servlco of tho Ccm m6nwea.Uh which :nvo filled by enemy subjects should . awaken tha. public mlml to a moro acute realisation of tho .situa tion., ing u-LicnLiou ui lud i rvuunij^ or Eanlscd anti-German-lsSSUO has,. I know, Loon drawn to tho 'Mirror' articles, and the facia contained therein must ma terially anslst the league in carrying its carapulgn to a nucccsaful Issue.' There JiaVe been -all klnda of rumors of lfitc re jjactllnij Gcrntan? hoiains^pron)ifuopt posi tions in Mm CommonwOaHh fti'iuy, but the [?] [?] fb Us unmetulled foundation Jf u man lilvo this cannot bs put in *tho f it'll t- ing lino tho aulhoritics mifht surely diown him, o\it 6t consideration for n distressed nelehborhood DESPEKATE. IiandnlcJc, Sept ty 1915. 9 ? ? THE SLUMBERING 6ABBATH. ? SYDNHY is far In advance of any oth°r ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VERSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 12 September 1915

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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 — 12 September 1915

'??^'??''''^''''^ii^mxL^uil^^i^^i£)miiK£i,''r'*''''' -?{?'''''*'?-'' ff-^-''-' ??'?'' ' C-Vv -J'-:-'5''. 'Y ;.''-?',' ','','- ', ' *.i .'' j,' J ,.'-'' j':':/'*'' r '?.'?.' '??i.*:-' ,' ',,.'''' ^ ?'' ''? 'J'.';j ? v'.jr- '' ?';t* '?-'-' ^''?'?'Y,-*l-vv.;'v':^;'; *???'._' ;_' ,'? r.'\ i, ^-. ?: .*;.??'-??. .:.?-'? ?? '-?.$? ?', I '?'*?'; .?'? .' '?▼''?^^'?'??'???'?^ , , JUE» - 4A 4i)k^QMiW;jBMBv| 4&f 0

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A QUESTION OF NATIONAL SAFETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 12 September 1915

A QUESTION tiP NATIONAL SAFETY. ' ? 'Wo ' publisk olscwhero a further list ofilluns in Sydney and some ad ditional references tp goods made, owned and controlled by enemy sub jects and in enemy countries We; arc dealing with thcua vital matters iivthc most piactical manner possible by giving names and oljhcr dctailB so that tho public may bet in formed as to the ijre'eiso facts, pid support which y/e are receiving from readcajs, advertisers, and the getyefal public N convinces! us that wo laws interpreting the viown of the ina%--£ tho, people of Australia 'ijQ what, we an? sijyLfig unit doing;. « ^ * WTe demand, ftfld they doiaanu, that every Gennfra or Austrian,, 'Wither naturaliaod or not, shall he deprived of the opportiuiity of in juring this country pad the- JJmpiro at this time o? national erfBiiau ^Te apfc that every semblance o| associa tion with Gorraati ownership,, direct » or indirect, shall bo removed from goods sold in^hiB ^country, aad-ih&t profits shall not be...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MILITARY CHAOS. UNTRAINED MEN SENT TO THE FRONT. RED TAPE METHODS STILL ADOPTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 12 September 1915

\ MILITARY CHAOS. ; ! UNTRAINED MEN SENT TO THE FRONT, I1 BED TAPE METHODS STILJ, ADOPTED. L (Special to 'The Mirror,') . A representative of 'The Mirror' visited Liverpool' Camp during' the' week, anct found , that, in Bpite of the finding of the Royal Commission, the same conditions, in many respects, prevailed as heretofore. Jlore and there, certainly, recommendations had been carried out, such a3 the ootjjereting of latrines, but these are only -minor eonsidcra the v grim struggle now in progress — hava been side-tracked. Our 'first lot of fighting men went to Egypt and did (heir training there and' at Lemnos. They went out full of youth and hope to play the best of all games, and when it was considered theyvwere proficient they ?were launched on the foe, and carved for themselves a name which will never perish as long as the British Empire stands. That first 40,000 did wonders on the Gallipoli Peninsular, and they had thq right to -fc.peet to be reinforced _by men ,as thoroughl...

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