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ON GRAND OPERA [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

ON GRAND OPERA By FRANK MORTON. In another part of this issue (under Modes anil Men) I have romething to say on Austra lian music. I append the following additional observationh on the same subject. Elegy on a Yellow Cow. When I was in Paris a young fellow played a delightful composition' of his own ons night w a cafe. It was perfectly beautiful, or that's how it seemed to me ; but when I came to in quire I found that it was an elegy on the death of a vellow cow. What docs the name matter. if only tlic music is there ? However that may be, if the Conservatorium is to be merely the arena in which average conceited musicians meet to throw saucepans at each other, why should the poor old taxpayer foot the bill ? Is it the place of the Government to promote strife, or is this a Christian country ? No Complaint. On the other hand, of course, if grand opera is intended to be a comic entertainment, I don't suppose that I have any just cause for complaint. But if that is the idea, it ought ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE LIMELIGHT LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. Varied Bill at Tivoli. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

B fl^S B B 1 ff, 1 y liATIiST THEATRICAL KOSSII* 1JY .SUZANNE. Varied Kill at Tivoli. Current bl\avt at the Tivoli is smart enough to induce maiiy people who have not the means to ride to town at lilel't to walk. The reorga nised i'tiilius have returned with a budget of merry jests, some new burlesques, and other ideas in entertaining that are proving popular. Miss Vcra Pcarcc has retained her Poor Butter fly song. Artistically, this is the hit of the performance. The Boomerang girl uho doesi well in other departments. George Welch and Billy Reijo keep the broader parts of the show bright, whiM H-.c npile Ya'.es couple dance as of yore. J. C. Mack's miniature pantomime is a novelty in vaudeville. Five vaudeville act3 — including the immac'.ilatc Tailleur Andrews.. — are alyr- served iu the liberal bill of lave. Mother (-ooKt*. Mother Goose, or the Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoo, made an inauspicious start on Saturday with the illness of the principal boy, Jack Homer, whose enforced w...

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

U.S. GENERAL Brigadier-General W. M. Black, Chief of the U.S. Corps of Engineers.

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

A MISFIT The Kaiser tries the hat that Napo leon left behind at Waterloo.— (From the Albany Knickerbocker Press.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

DEFECTIVE CHESTS WEIGHT REDUCING DO NOT NEGI,KCT Y0UI5 I'llYSIQUU ANY LONGER I IT IS TUIK YOU SHOULD ATTEND TO YOUK PHYSICAL CONDITION, AND TONE Ul' YOUtt WEAKENED SYETEM. Why Not Try a Course of Invigorating Physical Culture, Boxing or Ju-Jitsu with BJELKE-PETERSEN 68 Elizabeth Street, Sydney, N.S.W. T. ami a Building*, Melbourne, Victoria. ' BOXIXli— Kx-Cliauiplon GIIAIII.KY and IIA1JRY JIAKK. JU-JITSU mid CATCH-AS-CATCll-CVX-Cliamidun SHIMA. COME AND SEE US TEACH. .' HKrOKK YOU DECIDE WHERE TO LEARN, BE SU1JE TO CO51K Up Atf!) SEE WHAT. WE OFFER- YOU. skno ron oun fhee pamphlet. SEND F0U 'HOW TO BECOMK HARDY,' or ''COI.DS IN THE HEAD AND CHEST,' 11Y II. IJJEUCE-PKTEnSEN. ' \ * Sent Poal Free, 3. G, Anywhere iu the Common voahh or Now Zealand. jj

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OLD AND NEW OMNIBUSES: A CONTRAST [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

OLD AND NEW OMNIBUSES: A CONTRAST The conductor used to wheedle and persuade to travel by his omnibus. Now his chief business is to keep the crowd off. — (Adapted from a cart toon by W. K. Haseldcn in the London Daily Mirror.) ? _J ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

'COMING HOME' Oh ! your corns will bring you sorrow Walking home, How your feet will ache to-morrow — Walking home ! You can see the bright eyes beaming, And the faces all a-glcaming, But with pain you're almost screaming — Walking home. FOR ALL FOOT AILMENTS Corns, Swollen, Tender, Aching, ,. PRICE Tired, Perspiring Feet \/Q and 4/. « RELIEVED WITHOUT ' ' bore, delay FROM A NEWSPAPER OFFICE IN Hi ,, ^'?^.??^^^ SYDNEY:— 'Many in this office use 'Biff to ^i^j^^* ' I'i^r^^?^^^- 2?y great advantage, especially during the present n^j~~-' ?— tifSBltffia circumstances, when 'per boot' Is ev.ident.' pHP™'1''' -SSammUJ I ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES 'BIFF' MANUFACTURING CO. 228 PITT STREET, SYDNEY

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

HAIR SPECIALIST, BERNARD KAY. Ticntlng Scurf, DuiirtiulT. Sc:i»;i Tionlili-s, :n\,l l'a'lii'., llair, ut 31 Hent-st., Sydm-.v, mill- Kotiinicnl (nnlui'. BUTTONHOLE FANCY COSTUME CO, All kinds of Fancy Costumes on Iliiv: .il'O Kvoniug Dress for I-adios and (.Vnts. Masks fur t'liU'. Send for Cntalos'''. I.O.O.K. TEMl'Lli, 110 liU/.AIJKTIl ST., SY.'J-.VG

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

II ^^^^^^^^ ^^^ better the tight || ?1 \jhe lighter the way § 1 Egg B.T.H. MAZDA LAMPS will keep your costs Down 8 1 g BRITISH MADE IN RUGBY, ENGLAND || m AINTi?AI IAW CFMFUAi HFfTOIPnW i @ /iU«3 S BwiLI/il « ULliLlirsL LlLlA* I ill v 1/UI« || M Mazda House, Corner Wentworth Avenue and Goulburn St., Sydney || || Telephone City 3510 (5 lines) || H Corner Queen & Little Collins Streets, Melbourne. 'Phone uty 'zoao p Oil Cjf8 N I s »5v «*„ Avr^ilMyN AND MARINE ENGINEERS (.'AM. ANU .-KK Ori: HOOKS. \VK 1SVITI'. VOl' V- l: MAMINK TMV.M. Vo-l IViv. SlMI1 I'OSIM, ISI-SISTAXCK, AND .-(.'HKW l'i:O- 17 1 1 l'fl.SlUN, l.,v tf. .-!. linker, 31UJ ? 11/-! .STKAM TfHHlXKS, llu-ir ilcvvU.]-iik':it. styks of 9 2 /a build, i-uiisU-iMiuii, tiir.1 ii-iv, by \V. (JtMirseli *-O/ J HKHfiK.V'S MAIIIXK K.VniXKKII.S' ClIDK UOUIv, for l'li-.-t unil .Si-cnud rlas» Kuyih...'!-, -i O /O b.v b'otliorn (with ]-!aliw »i-|ui-:iU') ? « O/ J UOAI1D OK TllAOi: AlilTJIMKTlr, fur Kirt- C /O class KnyiiKTis, by Pc...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
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HOME DRESSMAKING BABY'S MATINEE JACKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

HOME DRESSMAKING BABY'S MATINEE JACKET. A pattern for a baby's jacket la always use ful, and here Is one which can be recommended for Its simplicity of design. Cut In Magyar etyle. the tiny garment it extremely easy to make, and If worked with hand-embroldered scallops round the edges and a dainty design in the corner of each front, quite a charming little jacket may be turned out at a trifling cost. I Tlip pattern U In one piece, ami murt be out double, ? avoiding u scum In (lie centre of the buck by pUelnit ? (lie straight plow: of tin- puUcrn to a fold of Miitcrki. ? H'umliitrn tiro not, tillmvcd on tlili imltvni, *- It la nd B » luitik' to leave Jin tumliitrs on ull «ldi-n, Uicn if you ? millup (lie fronts anj vUwi't the part cut away docs H tuit take from the length of Jacket. ? MI5TH01) Or MAK1NO.--Jolii up (lie eldo wains wllli a H run mid fell, behiK careful to Iteep Uicui quite flut In BB the curved purt where the 'sleeve connnetieeii. If you H wUh to imilcc n jacket, rJiii...

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Farmers and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

Farmers and Settlers' Association. As an instance of the value amongst the ?country branches of the Farmers and Settlers' Association, it was stated at the meeting of the Marrar Branch last week that the F. and S.A., through the change of Government, was coming into its own and was going to get for the industry the consideration it deserved at the hands of the Government.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

^'— ''? ? ' ? '''V IK YOU HND A DIPPICULTY IN BBCUttlNO COK8ET8 THAT AK I'OHD UOTH BTYLU AND COM FORT. OltDBK KKOM YOU It DUAI»UR TUB BNTtRBLY NKW Unfclish-Made THIS CORSET PROVIDES A Beautiful Fit and Figure Moulding Effect. ? They arc made with different heis'its of bust and length of skirt, for every style of figure, and each model has its dis tinctive merits. Lnglish-made Mould the figure in graceful contour without rigidity, whilst the smartest ideas in Corsetry arc embodied in the new models now being shown. They have received the unqualified en dorsement of corsetieres WHO KNOW. Insist on your Draper showing The New Season Models Sir pi tf'%? p&'ftf& n Will Not Bur.tr.h Indigestion But KUX1TE Tablets V.-ill }?Jvc your Stcir.nch the vest it needs r » without Starving Jt. SEND FOR A FREE TIUAL.NOW. 'No, that steal! !r.n't !:irsc croiich. I cat lilcc a Uoi6c since I'm u&iiig KUXITE Tablete.' In cases of Myr.pcpsin, Cntarrh of the Stomach, Gastritis, Hcait...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

NURSE MARY ROE 60 Willioni Si.. IVldimjluii, tend* tivi opinion of after 1 5 years professional experience CLEMENTS TONIC Ltd. 'For many years Clements Tonic has been a great bless ing to me. I take it when feeling the least bit exhausted after the great demand on my services. I have followed my ** profession for 15 years, and have a very large professional clientele. ' I have recommended this medicine to my patients and others in cases of Neuralgia, Indigestion and bad Nerves. There is nothing to equal Clements Tonic. I know of in stances where it has almost wrought a miracle in the health of many of my friends. Use this as you wish.' (signed) NURSE MARY ROE After severe attacks of Sluggish Liver. Biliousness, Facial Neuralgia, Depression of Spirits, try this well tried remedy. ? Where the system is run down and debilitated, the nerves weakened, the ability to sleep destroyed through overwork or worry, this is the medicine that tones the system and induces rest and health. All Chem...

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QUESTIONS ANSWERED MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

QUESTIONS ANSWERED MISCELLANEOUS HV/Ai OF Cil'NS (to t.H., Mu-:mm) : We cannot puUMi this ini'iniKitioii. f.'OMli OVKJ( JUilSK (to S.I-\, Sydney): It has b'cn jiluyod here only once, and ntark-d on Uecembcr 20, 191X. IXSKC'T KHrj.S (to ('.A., CJo-fordi : 'ilicy arc not inwot vvsgn, l-iit some niiei-o-copic vegetahle nodule, probably KX'ds, nUl.'XJXO OK THK IIOUXKY (to Anxious, Jlri.-bant-i : The l'olice llc|iaiimeiit slates that The ll'jjney was luii-nt on Auij'.ift 4, 13UI IJI'XHAll SUHVIVOU tlo Inquirer, Marrickvillei: Ko iiiforimition availalile as to nationality of .lames John m'Mi 'in ne i* iienuveii hi nave oeen an i-.n(rri]-ninan, WH1T13 ANT POISON' (to 70710, Citley): Treat the purlH iiltacked with wood oil. This ij ii conUict poison nm! kills any hind of insect t lint tutiches it. MOUNTAIN (illiL (to JI..I., Walaett): We. have no record of Mountain Girl. If yon could (rive us Home idea of her ay;e we may he able to M-eure the information. SKl'AIIATKtX .MJ.OWAMM (lo Anxiousl...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
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MEDICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

MEDICAL .I.S. (Woy Woy): The principal matter to hj- attended to in the .elimination of uric acid from the system is the dietary allowance, and the meat Bupply must in the first ' place be considerably reduced. Kat plenty of green vegetables, avoid alcoholic stimulants, and take a saline aperient, such as ailphale of soda, first thine cvury morning. If rheumatic pains arc pronounced, the following mixture may be taken in water every six hours: .Salicylate of soda 5 grains, idide of [.clash 2 grains, aromatic spirit of ummoma JO minims, spirit of chloroform 5 minims, compound ?U-coctioii of tarsaparilla to Joz. WOltltlKD (Arliit'tiion): In order to remedy the condi tion, every effort must lie so directed as to improve the physical and constitutional health. Take three nourishing meals daily, indulge in a tepid or cold bath every morning, and exercise moderately in th.. open ail'. Adopt warm wearing apparel, and take tl.e following mixture in water ui'ler cuch meal : Com pound syrup o...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR BUSY FINGERS CROCHET CAP AND SCARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

FOR BUSY FINGERS CROCHET CAP AND SCARF. l'i'.l one of flic.-i' useful ivifls in .vow next parcel to Ki'iinc.'.. II is so Mtiiplc I' niiilic tlml imylimly who cini do :i strip of fi'iiclicl. will manage It in h short time 11 I, in:iili. us follows-: - Coiiiiiicme with 3S oil. Work liriclitvunls and firvanls in (I.e., always Isiliintf up Ijutli tlnvuiJ-. ami iiirnina; with ?- eh., until !i(i inches are i.-iiiii|)!i.|i.(|. Ka-tcu oil'. Work a sh-uikI pice,. |j|vl. |)ir- :il.,n-; I'I:kv tlii' two piVcis loe-Hher, Ic-ltiiiR nn eml of oni- Piece overlap an en-l (if the other piece for aliout 10 inehi--. S.-w rniiiid Hie I wo emls an-l one of the open Kiili-s, Din-, li.rmiiiiv (lie chii pml of the mar!. This can lie worn as a sfiirf only, wl:en Hie cap in not recinirpil, I lie i|in;ble tlm-km-,- at its fenlve serving :i- an elllcionl tlu-M iiruld-tnr it so jinani-eil hi- t lie wearer.

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

MUTUAL HELP BUREAU Requests for information should be ad dressed: Aunt Betty, Mirror, Sydney. A tea.ler n'-UI tvcetilly fur h i'i'cl|»i« lor irviil *all» : Tulip ?,' imi-k.-U Il'iwihi «alli., lor. munticnUi, 4ur. k-iiia: MUrur, -'i'. uilurlc aeld. -.'i.ir. mjiIu, 'iir. m-am gf -arUV, uiiv well .iinl i-iii-U tiuht t.v. 'i'oa I ur I'iiIhii. : liitteiii.1 of wiHerins » I'.ilii) I'Vov.v day. Kiv» it u cup nl fol'l t'-.i. TliU may i-omn) oxpi'tifivo, (tut tlto palm Hi!! lii'i-mri- td'iitiiiftil afire It liat hi'vti li-i'alei) iii tlii.- -vit,v yiii-i1 a wwl;, walerltue ii litllo War Tinu. '-nvitjir Hint (H.H., itulu'ilM'U : Wlicn 1 1*1 1: I *i.r luil iliinu ill fll.-ii- -t;if!«. It id J If'tllii tlhlll 1*1 let IImii lay mi very lwt wat'-r I'M- a ttii.e. Alter v.-.t.lilm; t Item |k i-i'ei-.lly rtiMii, ilr.v mi'l pljiv in » h»l nivn; they vlll tin ii i-i.Hili in iilmut lull tlio K-Hn- iv-|ulti'.l utl'-oiwi-e. I.iuiiiiIvi'-« V-kW I1. lint I : To jiv.-irtit ynttr rl.'llii'f. havl.cl irotn Ki...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHESS & DRAUGHTS PROBLEM No. 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

CHESS & DRAUQHTS PROBLEM No, 0. IJLACK-4 plcwc. WIHTK-fl iilcwu. 8, IKlnl, S, pUO, -H3, bNO, IMQN4, SqlnS. Wlilte to pluy nnd mate in two moves. Solution of No. V (Wardener) : 4Nk1n. ONP, lK2Plp1, OqQl. OpI, 01*1, 8, 0112.— Mate In two. Key— K— It 7. 'J'his proved very deceptive, trippliiK most of the solvers. Inconvct tries sent arc defeated us follows 5 1 Q~(J 8 Is met by 1.., y-U 1 di nnd 1, It— K U i by Q x 11. Coni'i't Kobitloni received from : II. Jeuklna, Twnpe; and H. YV. lllll, Melbouriu-. The Illackimrne cnil-giune mato In two is effected thus i 20... y--Kt ' cli: 21 II x Q, lit— K 0 Junto. — Solved by H.J., Tempej und It. YV. Hill, Melbourne. A couple of miniatures from America ! Game played at Chicago. White— Saulson. niaek-riiillips. Irregular Defence. 1 P-K I Kt-Q Bil 7 P-K H 3 B x Kt 2 P-Q i I'-K 4 8 U-Kt 5 til l'-B 3 3 P-Q 0 Q Kt-K 2 9 P x 1' « x Q 4 P-lf B t l'-Q 3 10 P x P cli K-K 2 5 Kt-K » 3 B-Kt 5 31 Kt-Q fi cli K-K 3 .ILKt-B 8 Kt-Kt 3 32 P-B 0 mate A ne...

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SOLUTION OF No. 7 (Veitch). [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

SOLUTION OF No. 7 (Veitch). Black : 30, 30, 28. 'White : 27, 31. K. 23. White to play and win, thus— 27-24 ? 25-30 31-27 30-26 26-31 30-20 10-20 23-32 20-27 W. wine. Solution of Xo. C from Ding-Dong, Broken Hill. A brilliant game played between Buchanan and Bal lantyno in a Scottish tourney. Opening i Ayrshire Lassie. 31-15 380 2-9 27-23 20-25 6-3 24-20 5-14 21-17 29-25 20-23 0-9 8-11 20-22 0-13 14-9 25-20 3-6 23-38 33-15 17-34 8-31 38-35 (a) 30-35 4-8 20-25 33-37 23-18 31-25 6-13 20-23 10-18 28-24 25-29 30-31 35-39 15-39 22-35 37-21 24-19 7-36 33-17 28:30 30-23 32-27 29-25 20-31 10-23 12-39 27-9 29-25 -19-30 1-0 37-22 22-37 0-29 81-20 25-29 31-7 Drawn. 9-14 15-0 25-29 9-5 3-30 (a) A remarkable draw. Three men are sacrificed to attain it. . ?

Publication Title: Mirror, The
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DRAUGHTS. PROBLEM No 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 25 August 1917

DRAUGHTS. PROBLEM No O... By J. S. Egan, Furiilm, Vic. Black : Men D, 38, 22. Ks. 12, 20. White : Men 8, 34, 39. Ks. 23, 27. White to 'play and win.

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