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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

PILES. For all forms of Itectal Irritation, Protruding, or Bleeding Piles, our Combined Pile Treatment has no equal. Never falls to give relief, and 1ms cured sufferers of many years. When every other remedy falls, send 10/0 for month's supply. May be used by either sex. A lady writes: — Your remedy is truly ? wonderful. My husband Is delighted with result, all tcndcrncsB and 'burning having quite disappeared. LADIES' COLLEGE Ol? HEALTH, 04 Oxford-street, SYDNEY. Established 20 years. ? NOTICE- TO SMOKERS. SAVE. YOUR TINS. UNTIL 31st DECEMBER, 1917, THE SUM OF 4d PER DOZEN WILL BE PAID BY THE UNDEKSIG.VED K-lt - ' ALL TINS OF CURRENT SIZES, COMP LETE WITH LIDS ' Which have been used for any of the brands of Tobacco manufactured or packed by The Brilish-'iiihtrnlasian'' ? 'i'obacco Co. Pty., Ltd.. and W. D. und-II. O. Wills (Australia),' Ltd., provided ahvavs that such TKS K\\v IN GOOD OKDElt, CLEAN. AXD IN SOUND CONDITION. ' TIN LIDS (ONLY) OF 'THREE CASTLE S' AND 'CAPSTAN' CIGARETT...

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

THE SECRET. What enabled the British Army to establish itself so quickly ? The Britisher's love of the fis tic art. It is agreed the best way to keep fit and to keep cool under trying circumstances. The best place to buy boxing gloves is Mick Simmons, Haymarket, Sydney. Their gloves are faithfully ' made from selected materials, from 8/6 the set of four; Their specialty is The Lightning, officially and exclusively used in all Baker's Stadiums, price 27/6 ; postage, -N.S.W. 1/, Interstate 1/8. ?

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW COMPETITIONS FOR AUGUST & SEPTEMBER [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

NEW COMPETITIONS FOR AUGUST & SEPTEMBER Class A.— This class Ik open only to those who ar« uniler 12. For the neatest and best 'handwriting, in » little letter to Aunt Bee, a prize of 2/0 will be awarded. Letters should be quite short, and marks will be given for the proper form in which a letter should be written. ? ? . ' ChiBS B.— This class is open -to all competitors who arc under H, For the six best jokes Bent in (they need ' not be original) a prize of a book to the value of 7/0 Is; offered. The winner may make his or her own cholcft ,of tho volume. , ? ? ' . ? Class O.— Here U a claBS that used to be-very popular. Anyone under the age of 10 years may enter. I want you to make n« many wordH out of 'Omnipotence' an you can. No proper names to be used, and only, those appearing in a standard dictionary are permissible.. . Tho prize is cither a little camera or a good foun tain pen. - . . ' ? Class D.— This class is for boys only, and is open to . ? those who have not rea...

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

PALACE THEATRE. WIIGItK THIS PEDKSTRIANS CON'GUJiGATK. 'Look Who's Here.' SYDNEY JAMJJS AND JACK WALLElt'S VUN SHOW. NIGHTLY AT 8. NO_ MATINKHS UNTIL APTKIt TIIK STUIKK.

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

f^^H Safety First! L^R^Kn Bach of these accidents may g^^^^^OH I seem funny when some one lffl|X — .?§ e^se *s *^e Koatt ^ut when YOU D^fer^^Sr^ are the victim it's time to think on your heart — e » t ? t~ »_ t x r ? « ||||Bi|WB| of Neighbor Wiseman, whose ^^^f ^^^S house is lighted throughout Don't ax nxiate your toot possible fop Neighbour* Wiseman to ? in the cellar— ? ffl|B^BT^^^^ have electric light in every room in BP^M WKjjj*. hi3 house. Small B.T.H. MAZDAS^ ^Lj^ffl jl) f/[~^ burning all night make it safe for Hp^ @s i//~%\ him to go from cellar to garret at !h& ''^^i iZ~^^ anv nour-' Neighbour Wiseman en P!!I^^^w\«i^J/iy J°y3 a' tm's convenience because fiCvW^JTO^ he has learned that B.T.H. MAZDA ^K^^^b^^p^H^ Lamps combine those qualities of - u^^Bffer^o7T^ efficiency and durability which en-' . ? with your none— »,.«« nn.t- «r.i ^r.~n~~*x. k..» u»:n:nni Hffi^MfifflMWgMSMJiWIIJI SUIPe n°t only economy but brilliant |^mP|^^^n^^^m and reliable service. Write us for h^^...

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

Books for HOME BUILDERS WE ISV1TK YOU TO CALL \W.\W. AM) LOOK TllllUHJII (11 It IlL--\(iAL-i\V IMM1KS WHITIirii VOL' HL'Y Olt NOT. Post Free. AUSTRALIAN' HUNU.U.OW AND COTTAGK I1OM1C DKSUiNS. 80 ileslRtm,' showing: ti variety ol plans and elevations by n. A. Q /Q Prevott ? .'. ? *V° 8WUKTS BUNGALOWS gives photos, of l.nwli {til dcsi£iia. filiovrinir special originality ami A /?» some excellent views of interior* ? ' '/ ?» PRACTICAL BUNGALOWS (Lo» Ause'.i's), with O/O ?floor plans anil interiori ..',.? ? ?!/ «P CALIFORNIA BUNGALOW I10MK3 hlitnvs Uin latest development in convenient home build- 9 '9 Ing of one mid two Ktoroya .. .. ? ?*/ *? TYPICAL CALIFORNIA l.HINfl.VI.OWS. H col- , lection, of the most artistic Imiigaicuvs in Loa Aiigeles, I'asadena, etc.. with plans aiut o /?- interiors ? O/ O LITTLE BUNGALOWS, thirty small litmgalowi | fj of neat design, suilaltl? for Australia ? j- *?/ * KO7.Y . IIOMKS. artistic little house* showing 1 /IA convenience and economy in construction ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EVOLUTION OF A FASHIONABLE FLAG SELLER [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

EVOLUTION OF A FASHIONABLE FLAG SELLER 1915. '816, , ? 191. To-morrow. »-(Kfom Sunday Herald.)

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOUNDED IN THE E CAUSE OF EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

WOUNDED IN THE Pte. A. J. Lord, Habcrfield, wounded in France ; champion high jumper Western Suburbs, and secretary Haberiicld Football Club, R.U. Pte. W. Cousins, of Dar was wounded at Armentiei 18 months in the firing lii back again in the trench* E CAUSE OF EMPIRE. i, of Darlinghurst, who Armentierres after being : firing line, and is now ic trenches. Captain Keith Morris, who was severely wounded, being hit no fewer than 19 times.

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

A FORMIDABLE -WEAPON, The latest' French tank, known as the St. Chamond. It is armed with long-range guns, is a very heavy machine, and moves on the caterpillar chain drive, which gives it great power; These tanks were extensively used in the recent offensive in France. — (Underwood.)

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

COMFORT AND BEAUTY This is a smart and light white silk jersey sports suit, which has had . '. a vogue in America. — (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

^_ GOOD - - (i ,?''. ?' ? - .. ? . . FRESH - ? -

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GREAT STRIKE. VOLUNTEERS FILL THE GAPS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

THE GREAT STRIKE. VOLUNTEERS FILL THE GAPS These pictures, taken by The Mirror, photographer, show : (1) A number of women forming part of the strikersVpro-'cession ; (2) Mr. Doiz, ? Stationmaster at the Central Station, Sydney (on whom ;has fallen a special responsibility in connection with the strike) and Chief Ticket Inspector Anderson ;, (3) some of the Univcr- . . ! . , '?'?,? *ity undergraduates, known'as Doig's Daredevils, who have assisted in various tasks at the station.' .'...' AUSTRALIAN SHIPPING HELD UP BY THE STRIKE These pictures show: (1) Coke held up in trucks /at Darling Harbor; (2)-one of the numerous taxi-cabs and private cars which have been plyjnc for hire and reaped a rich harvest during the past fortnight ; (3) Interstate boats—the Indarra, Canberra, and Bombala— which were held up in Sydney last Saturday owing ? ' ? . , to the strike of the seamen ; (4) idle winches on the Canberra ; (5) Some of the pickets at Newtown. . ' '' :.-?'- . .. CROWDED TRAMS AND PAI...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ODD NOTES ON MEN AND MATTERS Atholwood's Return. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

ODD NOTES ON MEN AND MATTERS By THE MAN ABOUT TOWN Atholwood's Return. Mr. J. B. Atholwood, one of the finest natural actors that Australia has seen, is once again in the island. He is at Coolgardie, or Charters Towers, or Edgecliff, or one of those remote _ and inaccessible places. Tied on to him is a small Pomeranian dog. It is an exclusive and indomitable ,dog, and it tows the well-known actor determinedly along. Atholwood says that of all dogs he has known the Pomeranian is the choicest and most aristocratic sort of dog.* He says that his dog is so intelligent that he cannot be induced to -bite actresses. A Great Dane for Choice. 'If,' he says, 'I were able to choose what sort of dog I would have, I should chooEe a Great Dane. The Great Dane will eat anything you point at. The trouble is that I dislike so few people in Australia that I should never be able to, keep my Great Dane properly fed ; so' that in the meantime this Pommy has to do. In the future, of course, when I call m...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRADES OF WAR WHAT MODERN FIGHTING MEANS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

GRADES OF WAR WHAT MODERN FIGHTING MEANS By H. O. WELLS. | In his recent brilliant book, War and the Future (published by Messr*. Cassell and Co.), Mr. II. G. Wells dis cusses'sonie of the effects of the modern methods oj fighting as dis closed by the present war. Mr. Wells has had the advantage of personal observation at the front, and we pub lish some extracts from his book which will, we think, be of interest. a. ? ? ? : » ' ?v i. ? . ? .j, The ? development of war has depended largely upon two factors. One of these is invention. New weapons and new methods have become available, and have modified tac tics, strategy, the relative advantage of offen sive and defensive. The other chief factor in the. evolution of the war has been social organisation. OFFENSIVE AND DEFENSIVE. A history of military method for the last few centuries would be a record of successive alternate steps in which offensive and defen sive contrivances pull ahead, first one and then the other. Their relative fl...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AS A MAN SOWS COPYRIGHT. Published by arrangement with Cassell and CHAPTER XXVIII.-(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

AS A MAN SOWSi By M.G RAMSAY, Author of 'With Aimless Feet,' 'James Ogilvy's Experiment,' ?--. 'Stephen Martin. M.D.. 'In Royal Service.' etc. COPYRIGHT. rublidiMl l-j arrangfineBt jn-jtli QisteH «nd Company. Wa CHAPTER XXVIII.— (Continued). Davie ran downstairs, whistling like a boy, for the little hotel boasted no lift. *'I quite forgot to register for my wife,' he tajd to the clerk. ;'Your wife, Mr. Ross ?' she said. 'Why, I thought she was your sister, and had given ? her the. room next yours, without waiting for you to ask, in case anyone else should want it. But perhaps you are cousins, for, really, you are very like each other indeed.' ''Nonsense,' said Davie, sharply, scarcely amused. 'We're quite old' married folks of' — fcJancing at the clock — 'some two hours' stand ing.' ? '??'???' 'Thank you,' said Davie,. not at all abashed, as nine men out of ten would have been. ''Well, there you are,' when he had written the name iri full, 'Mrs. David Pau' -Cairns Ross, New bridge, ...

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

?, ? -?? _ ,,_,,,,,'~~pi ? ''izz.,,,,,,.^^^ I. SMOMEMS' SPECIALS ;SUNOL TOBACCO, highest grade Virginian, natural aroina. Awarded 4gold medals. Dark or Light, y'^Vi plug and cut. Sample, 2oz pkt., 11d; or a pound ' .'? J ' i\y ..6/6 (post free). --1 *?- )t S.N.L. HIGH-GRADE BRIAR PIPES, made from J fj^&y** finest selected Briar Root, hand-cut mouthpieces. '/^ijffl^jK heavy sterling silver mounts. In all the leading YT^IatV'^ shapes, 4/ (post free). XW «. tKV '^ * SWEET CROP SMOKING MIXTURE, made in Eng S'*fLV rfe-£5*tai land, really delightful, noted for. Its rare excel (t^^'S^&U:* lence, subtle charm, and exquisite flavor. Put up Jy iS^a/M}f^/C^S\ *n hermetically sealed tins, containing 12oz, 1/1 Wr?' WMfl rfiCj-^-if )l (Post free), or 8 tins 8/8 (poBt free). £k/'^*\ 1S$l!m& GOLDEN KEY CIGARS DE LUXE.— Every smoker tun ' ?% V\ M^*9l» wJl° lmows tue supre mo excellence of these fa ) t X m- * ?& Kl '^ftf mous English-made cigars buys them in preference...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHESS & DRAUGHTS PROBLEM No. & Wack (9 piece). White (6 pieces). [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

CHESS & DRAUGHTS ' PROBLEM No. 8b Uluck (0 pieces). White tfl nleceiO. White to piny and unite in t-ivo mov;s. ? (3H}3. 8, b2p4. K2Rq3, lpSml, «, JNnSRN; 4U3.) Soltitlon of No. a (Knotl) : liHQn. 'p, 4BKlp, llMpl!', 3kldl2, in.Vli;, qSpil, n(!.—Haitc iii two. Key : 1, (}-Kt 7. ' (Solved by : A. Walleiv, Manly; 11. Jenkins. 'JYmpe; D.U.M., Hmidaberg, (). Incorrect : 1 t{ x Kt (from three- solver*) Is met by 1 . ., It-K Kt 8.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TALK OF THE TOWN Voluntary Efforts. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 18 August 1917

MKofTiiETOWNl BYTATLER^ Voluntary Efforts. One of the outstanding features of the week's strike developments is the whole-hearted readi ness with which thousands of people have volunteered their services. I believe I am cor* reel in saying that this action has been taken not so much out of antagonism towards the strikers, but as a result of the determination of the community to receive as large a share as possible of foodstuffs and other necessities. Lack of Foresight. At the time of the coal strike last year, con siderable criticism was directed against the Sydney Municipal Council and the Gas Com panies for not making more effective provision against an emergency of that kind. They had ample warning, at all events, on that occasion, and it is surprising to learn that the Gas Com panies are in not much better position than they were nine months ago. I am told by a gentleman intimately associated with the coal trade that the companies had ample opportuni ties to add to, and conserve...

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

A MOni'llY HREVITY. The following interesting brevity was played between Merer*. Sohulten (White) und Morpby (Mack) : 1; PK 4 P-K 4 1(1. Kt-K H 3 Kt-B 3 !!. P-KB4 PxP .-11. Kt-K 4 Kt--}5 U. B-B I Kt-K B 3 12. Kt X Kt B x Kt 4. Kt-0113 H-Kt5 13. P-B3 Q-ftuHi u. l'-K fl )--({ i )4. K-B 1 «-Kt 3 0. P x Kt 1' x B 16. P-Q 4 1' x V (e.p.) 7. V X J» lt-l« 1 ]«. -} x 1' lt-Q 1 H. Q-K 2 eh H-K 3 17. O-K 2 ll-lj S i-Ii 0. 1M} 11 3 B-q. B 4 ' And Illnek win'.

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

?IlIlllIItH!!llil(llll!I!I ' In Fountain Pens, no in everything Aft tt| (vS else, it is merit that tells, and that is ml wjj VML why the ' Swan ' has for a quarter Mm vtm hE of a century gained more users every Eh (I (I H HA year. When you buy a 'Swan ' flB 19 j||J| HA you know you have a guarantee of ||h| W% IPl excellence in workmanship, perfection ma Mm UPS of detail* and that absolute reliability MM WM f|||fl which has been the consistent keynote Uni wJm wSrU of 'Swan' manufacture for a 1H ||fj| Mm Sold by Stationtre and Importer* Eccryichen, III iEf ffl fM |^^w '? Standard Pattern with Safely Pattern with Ijjsf In ftp ill'mj uJISr! Slip-on Cap, from 12/Q Screw-on Cap, from 1Sjf- 111 19 fell lH Wmm Illustrated Catalogue free on request. Vm la If fMsa jl |§| MABIE, TODD & CO., LTD..' if I 'j ill 79-80. High Holborn, London, Eng. If If ffijjj| f|| Manchester, Paris, Zurich, Toronto, Ac. Sydney— EI|l fff Ek _JM IK hSrI I (Wholesale only) 2.\ja, George 6t. London Factory— IW...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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