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THOUGHT OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

THOUGHT OF THE DAY. Theniistocles said: 'The Athenian-: govern (h,- Civi-ki; I govern the Athenian! ; \vou, my wii'e, gowni mo i your -xm governs you.'— Plutun^ (Mi'i- of Uuki.).v t /

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANARCHISTS ON BOTH SIDES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

ANARCHISTS ON BOTH SIDES. Or. Martin Doyle. M.L.C, wrlteB :— You are quite wrong In your Issue of August 1» in labelling ine a lender of the strikers. You would have seen— if you had been at/ic to get Hansard— that I took a neutral posi tion. 1 ventured to suggest that there may be as much incomiwtcncy amongst tlie men holding high positions in the railway service as nmomrst thn iiiuminl wnrkpin. I n=ke(l the Government to appoint a Royal Commission immediately the men returned to work, and to throw the wholu railway administration into the welting- pot of lhat Uoyal Commission, I am as strongly opposed to the anarchists who are Booling the workers on to maku impossible demands as I am to the anarchists of tlie em ployer duns who arc uooling the Covcruiuent on to ims-. billy panic legislation for their own private cuds. The victory of either of these anarchistic groups will be disas trous to democratic government. (The Mirror did not call Dr. Doyle a leader of the strikers, we iticr...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

THEY SAY That the prot'ccution of the strike leaders would have been more effective a fortnight earlier. » « « That if the coalminers carry out their threats and march to Sydney trouble will be in store for the Government ? * » That the special constables enrolled by the Police Drjwtmcnt are enjoying their work and doing it well. That a well-known actress at present vititing That IJorothy Brunton deserves and needs the rest she will gel after this week. That Mr. Willis Ecenied to enjoy the proceed ings in Court when ho wns charged with conspiracy. * That on the other hund, Mr. Claude Thompson looked as if he were being tried lor murder. That the strike leaders now ivio-sr.isc that the ir.ilwny card system, is not the Taylor system. That if torn? method could have l:ten devised to htive Lived the- leaders' fni.es the strike might have been settled last week. * » » JThnt Mr. Frarer's, stock in the eyes of the railway men has cone up 100 per cent, in tcisseni'sn^e of this week's meltin...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WRITE TO THE MIRROR ABOUT IT DEAN TALBOTS SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

WRITE-THE. MSF?F?OI? /iBOUT'lt DEAN TALBOT'S SPEECH. Climdiinuii wriks: 'I tliiiilc it wan very unfortunate that Dean Talbot, occupying lite position 1ic does, should lmvo iniidu such a purtltuin nyeeuU nt tlie Atisllt-an Synod. I sa.v this without any biaB, because I do not pretend to understand the merits of the dispute between flie btrikeifl and the Hallway ConmiiwiioiicrB. Nor ilo 1 objivt to the Dean's plea to liis fellow clergymen not tii cupport one Ride of the other in connection with the dispute. Tlie Dctm was, however, utterly inconsistent with his own attitude, because, having pleaded for iui partiality, he made a strong speech in fuvor of the strikers and against the Government. There has been too much interference in Australia on tlie part of pro minent cmirchmen in lay manors, me more rue vjiiuren routines Itself to its splrituul activities and keeps apart from party controversies the better for the Church. The I-ean may gain an ephemeral popularity with the men, hut h...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANZACIAN TALES FROM THE TRENCHES. WHAT MATTERED ? [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

r^^NZAOAN^Ni TALES FROM THE TRENCHES. WHAT MATTEHKD ? One if I ho We i« stout ill denial of tlic buggi'slici) tlmt women arc not taklujf the- war seriously. He him ritnnicl badly knui&iri about, and kid spent a i-cnoi. in liu.-|iil;il in Fraiin1. Hie girl was a rcpiilar com'spon liinl, nml In' tolil »--'«' imieli of ?what wns doing at tin from, ui the lianbliips tho men had to CJiduro, and of iln- Imrrt'i-s of tho li^litiiiK lines. Much ot this hu re jji-iiU-iI on his return. She was a food listener. M linjrtii sin.- put the all -important, question: 'What do \\-iu think of the stj'lis o; linking ol tho wuinen m 1'i.rls V' ?Anilioyy Hill was Himalcstiiig in tint anulogy {or tun inn: pets in Euxliuid, w'leii the Duchess of Deal mid Working approaeheil him. She win of the supcr Dreailnonyht !-po. After tiniuiring about his health, sin tiKkod : 'And -where do you come from }' 'New South Wale-.,' lie answered, 'but 1 was born in New Zealand.' 'Oh, indeed,' she tulil ; '1 thought...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PLAIN AUSTRALIAN THE INSISTENT MENACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

PLAIN AUSTRALIAN THE INSISTENT MENACE. It is understood, or frequently asserted, that in Australia many member1., of the nefnrious LW,W. are also members of the Seamen's Union — the Buueestion being; that they me the legiti mate Union as a convenience and a blind, If 1)nV is so, the general position seems to be fraught with new perils. We have had one or two inexplicable marine catastrophes in our waters of late. If the I.W.W. h represented to 3»y large extent in the Seamen's Union, the matter is of grave concern. Tiicrc arc many aliens anionp seamen, licie as in Great Britain. fi There can be no question now as to the'eharac r ter and tendency of the I.W.W. The man who lr- accepts and conforms to llie gospel of this I outvage-and-murder society is at least potenii j . ally a criminal. The idea that men of that sort j, ?' are present in any numbers aboard the ships in §j '* whir.h we travel on the Australian coast is dis j|? quieting:. Tor which reason it is plainer than l||'; (. ev...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Echoes of the Great Strike STATEMENTS FROM BOTH SIDES THE GOVERNMENT SIDE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

Echoes of the Great Strike STATEMENTS FROM BOTH SIDES THE GOVERNMENT SIDE The proposal that the Government should dishonor its promise cannot be entertained for one moment. There is no desire to be vin dictive or to lower in any way the wage stan dards and industrial conditions existing before the Mrilse. But the strikers forced the Govern ment to call for volunteer labor. — Mr. Fuller. ?- A: V The strike has be;n ill-advised, the men being too hsciy. In their own interests the s'.riltcrs iihould have waited, if only to have provision for themselves ami their fami1-5 iliirintr irtlp. ness. — Mr. Duncan Clarl:. president Bathurst branch Australian Society of Engineers. * ? ' * Many of the men in N.S, Wales did not want to 'strike. They cam c out out of a mistaken sense of loyalty, and they ere holding out now fcr the same reason.— Mr. Hall. -i- iti i;t If this oligarchy orders a present-day Union ist to turn upon the industry that supports him, even though he rr.ay have no griivance ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT DUSK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

AT DUSK. By IIENHY C. KENDALL. Ifv early love! my first, my last, 'MMakfd have been that botli must rue; But all the passion of the past Survives for you. The tender mcFsage Hope might send, Sinks tainting at the lips of speech, For, are you lover— lire you friend, That 1 would reach ? Mrs. Howard: 'The walls of your house nrc very thin, aren't they ' Mis. Coward: 'Oh, very! We could actually hear our neighbors having celery for dinner yes-terday!'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STRIKERS' SIDE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

THE STRIKERS1 SIDE No public servant should be permitted to place in the hands of the leader of the Govern ment a statement that the conditions were al most normal, when they know that nine-tenths of the men are still out on strike. — Mr. John Storey, * ti- i|i As soon as the railway men are satisfied that they have had enough and go back to work, there will be no trouble as far as the members of the Colliery Employees' Federation are con cerned. We will go back. — Mr, J. M. Baddeley, president Northern Colliery Employees' Fede ration. ?il * !» - We do not issue a challenge, but if they at tack this organisation the members arc going to stick solidly together and keep the organi sation intact. We will not allow the State Government to disorganise us, — Mr. J. M. Bad deley. * * * It must be perfectly obvious to every sane man in the community that the statements regularly made in the House on behalf of the Chief Railway Commissioner are outrageously untrue. — Mr, John Storey. ? * «i ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

SONG. Hy VICTOR J. DALEY. What i-luill a imui remember In days when he is old, And Life is n dying ember. And Fame a ttory told f Tower— that came to leave him ? '* Wealth— to the wild wavra blown T Fame— that came to deceive him ? Ah, no! Sweet. Love nlonul Honor, and Wealth, and Power, May all like dreams depart— Hut l.ove ja n fadeless flower, Whoso routs are in the heart.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MODES AND MEN ON UNMUSICAL MUSIC. Musical Trash [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

MODES AND MEN 'ON UNMUSICAL MUSIC. By FRANK MORTON. Musical Tratth. I was riding 3n a train the other day with a shrewd old gentleman, who talked of this and that, and, in the end, particularly of music. And what follows ia what he said, or as near to what he said as makes no matter : If the musical community could be brought to make a united protest agaiiiBt the sort of trash that is often served up to us at concertB, I should be a happy man, because my daughters take ? -~ ww.n.*.* w ijuakE VAlCil. UUl UJLiC l»ll fc much hope, you know. The musical commu nity is rent with silly jealousies ; and it is no: overloaded with brainis, in any case, To eight pars of vanity and one of musical aptitude add one of lower-average intelligence, and you have A the average musician ready-made. He is the -? J least satisfactory creature in God's wide world. J *' ' 1 Squabbling Over Verbrugshcn. ' » If you don't believe me, look i-.t the Conscr- '' yatorium of Music. Musicians, if they had the inter...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FORGOTTEN GEMS FROM AUSTRALIAN CLASSICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

FORGOTTEN OEMS FROM AUSTRALIAN CLASSICS. The selected gem for the competition of this week is from the pen of one of the most gracious of the bards of our country. The price of 2/6 will be sent to the writer whose letter, with the name of the poet, is first to reach us: TKMPOHA Ml'TANTUH. No lonper dolli ihv wirtb revral liw gntcUma green ?»!»! *!uld; ] tit whero .viuith \eta once, jind feel Oiut 1 am srowlnu old. 'Hie luMrc from (he fare of UilnRR is watrini; all «\vayj Like oih- who hultF, with tlrod winifis, 1 rest and iiiuhc today. The first correct authorship of last week's Forgotten Gem was recorded by Mrs. G. Mere dith, 55 Douglas-street. Petersham, to whom the 2/6 prize has been sent. The lines, 'When all the worlds have ceased to roll' were from the poem PerEonality, by J. L. Michael. The cor rect, solution was also sent by Mrs. H. Barber (Queanbeyan). Following are some other selections: SNOW-STAR. By WIIX I,A\Vi?ON. ' Tlic snow on tW liills is pure and cold, But j'oti, Sn...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOWN AND COUNTRY VOLUNTEERS KEEP TRAINS AND WORKSHOPS RUNNING [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

TOWN^NDCOUNTiJyypLUNTEERS KEEP TRAfNS AND WORKSHOPS RUNNING These pictures show : (1) An engine on the North Shore line, Sydney, manned by volunteers who have draped the engine with the Union Jack as a symbol of their' I loyalty to the State. Some of the boys in the picture are from the North Shore Grammar School. ( Suburban trains leaving the Central Railway Station, indicating the large amount of traffic now being handled by the Department. J Plumbers and tinsmiths at work at the Rand wick sheds in spite of the -strike. -4) A crowd of workmen at Randwick during one of the dinner relays. (S) Countrymen loading goods at one of the Darling 'fc'arbor goods sheds.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THREE STRIKE LEADERS PROSECUTED FOR CONSPIRACY [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

[?] \ ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? . . I m. These pictures show the crowd- outside the Central Police. Court, Sydney, : waiting for the result of the prosecution of Messrs. Claude Thompson, E. J. Kavanagh, M.L.C., and A. C. Willis for conspiracy in connection with the strike. The-picture on the right shows the three leaders leaving the Court On the left is Mr Claude' Thompson, jn the centre M r. Kavanagh, and on the right is Mr, Willis, wh'o is seen smiling. Mr. Kavanagh has recently shaved his moustache.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

I . ! 1 ?„?_ ? ? ___ I 1 H /jO* P3^ /S''^h, 4?'^k ? tf'ft tfT) jf^b, ^^k t 1 £ / O.O , £3OO I ? ? ? ?? ? and ? ? - ? ? ? ?? ? 1 I in Cash In Goods 1 ' 1 in exchange for Labels off tins of \ 1 'BACCHUS MARSH' Condensed Milk j I 'STANDARD' Condensed Milk I ' A.M.P.' & ' SWAN ' Condensed Milks 1 I Competition ends on December 31st, 1917. | I Inquire for further particulars from your grocer. |

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

THE SPIRIT OF QUALITY SEE THAT YOU GET 'GILBEY'S,' IT IS IN FRONT OF ALL OTHER BRANDS * ? ? . ? ??'?.-' * ?) This celebrated Gin is specially recommended by the medical fraternity for those suffering from' KIDNEY COMPLAINTS AND RHEUMATISM. TUCKER & CO., SYDNEY, SOLE AQENT8. '

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAG ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

PAGENET By JOHN DRAYTON. The man who owm a 47-h.p. motor is apt io laueh at the cititcn who has not risen above the push-bike. But the man on the push bike laughs with the greater hilarity when the 47 h.p. car is being towed home astern of a 1-h.p. equine. '? » * From a paper: 'A motor fire engine, attached 1o the Headquarters Station, collided with a tram in Riley-street.' The attachment to Htadauarters was not a stronc one. on this chewing. * ? * We are getting used to it now. When the shearers engaged to cut wool at St. George (Q.) refused lo turn to under award rates, 'a mild sensation was caused.' If the men had started work without any kick there would have been a sensation of the other type, * * * Not to be wondered at that the Australian makes EO°d, mostly. One of him who has taken part in all the fighting; up to a few months ago has been given permission to sit for the examination for a second mate's certificate on an ocean-going boat. He is a medical stu dent, with a good ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

CominonwmltfeiftBanfe -Bnateafia HEAD OFFICE /W*^ BYONKT. . ro?«nu General Bankings Business ?&,$&» - Cltlet oitd Town* or Au»(r«t-«, London, Tldworlh -8all»bury Plain*, and Rcbaul. Grille re.miUar.cci nitdc (o. and draft* drawn -m forrlcn pluti dliTd. Forrlsa lillli ntaotiatct and (.ollectcd. Lrlirra ct riwtit lneunl (o tnjr purl of Mir world. - ' BtDkiiic and Ejchanee DutlncM of rvrry doscilpllou ir*nwicU-d within tlir Common wraith, t'nltrd Ktngt'vni and abroad. Current account* «-j-rm-il. lntri* I paid on tied drpoiita. AdvsncfB iiudt u^nluitt approrrd wcuritlnt. Savings Bank Department t« Minimum At all Branchei, and over l1.tOPOB«..!S5 3% ?/'* Deposit Oetnn Aeencloo at Po»t Otfflcot. P°r nn'''J?_ *'uu in Australia and Papua, up to £300 INTERSTATE and INTII'INATIONAL BaWnga Dank FtclMtin. | Xtn KELU ntpmr Onfrninr. Jimr, JPIO UBMMIN MI1.LHH. «iimi»j For War Purposes only. A DEPOSIT OF 17 6 will purchase a Certificate for £1 £4 7 6;, „ £5 £8 IS O „ „ £10 £43 15 O...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CIVIL WAR THE TROUBLE AHEAD COMMUNITY'S ANXIOUS TIME [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

CIVIL WAR THE TROUBLE AHEAD COMMUNITY'S ANXIOUS TIME In the opinion of many supporters ( of tha Government, civil war already exists in N.S. ' Wales. In their view the leaders of the striko have already declared war upon ' the commu- nity. They have endeavored to deprive tha people, of foodstuffs ; they have impeded tho despatch of transports j they have held up railway and shipping communications ; they have caused a cessation of industry in many important respects ; they have declared their contempt for the laws of the land and solemn obligations entered into in order to further tho prosecution of the war. By their actions the/ liave ranged themselves on one side in waf igainst the State, and, although shots have not heen fired and casualties have not occurred, in every respect that matters the strikers have caused a state of civil war to exist. That is one side.-. On the other side, the Union officials assert that the Government has been responsible for whatever trouble has exist...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KEEPING THE HOME LIGHTS BURNING MAKING SYDNEY'S GAS LATEST PICTURES OF THE STRIKE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

KEEPING THE HOME LIGHTS BURNING v MAKING SYDNEY'S GAS LATEST PICTURES OF THE STRIKE These pictures show (1) a general view of the Australian Gaslight Company's Works, where gas is being produced in spite of the strike; (2) snapshot of Mr. D. Guihen, who represented the Unions at the proceedings at the Industrial Court this week; (3) a view of the Trades Hall in Goulburn-street, Sydney, where the Strike Defence Committee meets each day, showing the crowd which gathers outside discussing the situation.

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