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VERSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915
VERSE. 1 How. small of all th'athiunah hearts en'- - 4nro;;-v ? '? :' ',' . ?' i What part which Jaws or kings, can cause k or euro!' .'...? : I StlU to ourselves in every place consigned, 1 Our own felicity we make' or find I yflth secret course, which no loud, storms I annoy, . ?. -r' , I Glides the smooth current of* domeat'lc I ' Joy. '— Johnson, j
GERMAN TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915
5v'-6i^ta[-TaADE.::.., -,;. Ev.ery.patrlotlc AustTOlian-fihouia^refusc to purphasVarticlbs whleh, hove the' slight-' est association with Germany. brJBcnnans. Our -.readers' should study carefully, our 'black' list1: arid' the corresponding '4,ua\ trallit'n and' British made and owned nr ttcloa appearing on pago 82. ?-_?.'?; ?. i. '.'-?-. We:shalI'bo'plB»sea to recelvo informa tion from tlmo.Jto'tiine, relating to :Ger unans or Au'strlans In Australia, and Gor man 'or Austrian associations with articles ' sold .^in Australia, mo that they -may-bo exposeoT'and the : authorities/ made ac quainted with; the itectsl ' ? ..-'.. jip. - '
NATIONAL SAFETY AND NATIONAL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915
NATIONAL SAFETY AND NATIONAL SERVICE. .- ; If . \yo were \ asked what are the principal causes of the unsatisfactory progress of recruiting in New South; IWales we should say, first, the leni . cney of the authorities with regard to Germans, both in the public service hnri ? niitairin nnH Knnnnrl thfi mis : management of the whole military machine at the camps and elsewhere; ..! .^edo notLsay that:these are;valid . . reason i.wSy.Lm^^fihquld1 decline tu -'_: offer th*it sefvicea^i. On tiie'cbirtrdry, , wo;h'ave ;repeatedly'-stiitj'd^''and we m repeat^ .that at this 'SjEi&Sj' when the ™. .whole destinies of ;th«'BWtish Empire are in the balance^and'thfe safety and honor . of. -Australia' 'are at stake,' it -. behoves, eye'ry^ablo-boflie'd sitigle man of ,taiHtaryvago. to ' place himself in lino viyitii' those gallant sons of the Coijimbmyealth wfib are playing such an important part'in this war : in Gal lipoli, ;. .Disconiforts. at Liverpool are as nothing to. the hardships o...
LANDS DEPARTMENT OUTRAGE. STACH SUPERSEDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915
LMDS-DEPARTIHENT OUTRAGE. STACH SUPERSEDED. (Special to 'Tho Mirror.) In our last issue reference ^¥as.made to the feeling which was aroused in the N.S.W. Lands Department owing to the work of sign writing on a Roll of Honor in the Depart ment being given to an. officer named Stach. Prompt action was taken by officials in the Department, who sent a deputation to the Under-Secretory on Monday last, and as a result of representations made to him the work was taken' away from Stach and given to other officials who have no German as sociations.
NATIONAL SERVICE VERSUS CONSCRIPTION. THE MISUSE OF TERMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915
NATIONAL SERV5CE VERSUS CONSCRIPTION. THE MISUSE OF TEBMS. (Special to 'The MSrror.') . Several well-intentioned supporters of tho movement for universal service have de scribed, it as .'conscription,' and have thoreby-- damned, it in the eyes of a con siderable section of the community. National service is not conscription. Conscription is the forced military servico of nhvmnnllv fit mnlpR dnrinir nert'nin vr-jirs in both peace-time and war. Universal ser-: vice at ?this, juncture- is the free voluntary offering, of the whole nation in connection with the most - momentous struggle in history.- ? . : ? ? v , ? ? . Co'nscription is confined to a certain por tion only of. the male section .of the com munity, and for fighting purposes- only. Universal service would include service by both men and women, for both fighting and other purposes, at home as well as abroad. - Labor has won and retains its most prized possessions by the compulsion of the law. It was chiefly responsible for the...
"GREATER LOVE HATH NO MAN THAN THIS!" THE MEN AUSTRALIA LOVES TO HONOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915
? ' - - . ??'.?..'?? ????? '* '? THE . - HEN ? - - ;AUSIKAUA:'.' .? *tiMS -?;i''-TO' - -.'-H0NQVIR. , ,/.-??:- ?? .- '? , StiU another hoppital ship arrived at Port Jtw^oaduMg^ '. - , - ta^ilian heroe3 who have in many cassi become maimed^ :_for life in thf serwceoftotoco^tryJ ^esepictureai .. ' taken by special 'Ivlirror' photographers, tell their tale of the ^ iacrif ices wh^ch\ these men have; cheerf .. ' . made for the sake of Australia and 'Australians. :' The establishment of /^ : ,' ' these sacrifices have not been made in vain. ?'''.''? ' ?': '' '??''.': ''? ?? ': / ' . ' '?','??'.-' ??'''.'.''.':'! '?? ? ''??''' (1) Home at last; wounded soldiers leaving the hospital ohlp. (2) All for. the shore. ' (3) Private Tboa. Charles Smith (Pairfield), aged 17 years who has been rendered almost blind by an explosive bullet. (4) Maimed for life; a young hero whose left leg was shot off in the fighting at Gallipoli. (5) Corporal Charles Grimson, D.G.M., who, single-handed, captured ele...
HUNS AT LARGE. WEALTHY GERMANS AT LIBERTY. FURTHER DRASTIC ACTION NECESSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915
IP AriAp. WEALTHY .GERMANS AT LIBERTY. FU^THES 'DEASTlb AOTIOif ' .,,. . NEOESSABY. - (Special to 'The Mirror.') Tiic authorities, partly under pressure of public opinion, and partly because'they now begin to realise the seriousness of the posi tion, are taking belated action with regard to a munber of Germans who are still at large. ? ? ?'??.- ? The discovery by: the police of a large, quantity of ammunition and other warlike 'material-, in the Iioukq of a flerrann nt Pyrmout makes it clear that the rumpra Avhich ? have been- circulated during, recent weeks are by no means unfounded, ??.-.. It is , clear that, none of 'these men are to bis trusted, and the only,safe policy is to-intern them all. -. : ..-,? A number of well-to-do .Germans are still permitted liberty, although -their more humble compatriots are interned 'at Liver pool or Berrima. The former are very much more dangerous than the latter. Herr 'Wilhelm de Haas, the German '. Commercial . Agent' and Representative of the...
AUSTRALIA'S CHANCE. BOYCOTT OF GERMAN GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915
AUSFRALIA^ CHANCE BOYCOTT OF GERMAN GOODS. (Special to ' ' The Mirror. ' ') We have received the following messages with reference to the stand taken by 'The Mirror' on the question of German trade and the necessity of replacing it by local . Australian enterprise, nud«.ilso with regard . to the comparative table of German articles and their Australian and British equivalents ' published, in the last issue . of 'The ?Mirror.',' . . ; . Mr. Holman a Common da tion. ? ? ' 'The Mirror' is to be commended,' said the Premier yesterday, 'for taking this mat ter up. It is a splendid idea to indicate in comparative CQlumhs for the guidance of the ??.public whatT'are- German goods and what their Australian equivalents. ;' There is-n'oTeason Whatever, it seems to me, why Australian goods should not now supersede the German entirely. Without knowing it, : the people of our country have ?been, year in and year out, building up German -trade and- inadvertently swelling the revenues -out -of whic...
GERMAN SPIES IN AUSTRALIA. STARTLING DISCLOSURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915
pRMAN SPffiS IN STARTLING DISCLOSURES. ''??'??-:'' (Special to ' The Mirror.') ; '?'? Very fe\y people even now realise the ex ? 'tent to which the German system of espion ? .age has been organised in the Commonwealth. '.'.The Mirror'' in its 'few, weeks' of existence has already done much to focus public at-' tention upon the scandalous condition of affairs . which permits Germans, resident in AilstT*n1in 4rt -nmoin ot inVrvn innA . fti***i Joli no* ^' them with snug -'billets' in the public and rv military services. Muck still remains to be. i» told, however1; arid in th,e next few weeks 'we; ** hope to give publicity to'niany other cases of ? p- a similar nature. '.']'..? ' £i Iii the meantime, a book,' written by a r* ' well-known Sydney journalist, Mr. Gordon L* Henderson, and put on the bookstalls yester :--, day, will further bring home to the public f the truth of the statement that. Australia' is c1' now, and has been ever since the outbreak iji of war, over-riin by German ...
ANOTHER LOSS TO GERMAN MANUFACTURERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915
ANOTHER LOSS TO GEBMAN JVIANUFACTUBEBS: V»nen war w— -^.-. ? . ...- j— j---..- .. ? ? ^^ ^ q. tf^^ p, the uSB.qr\ne-ir, proven apparaiua ...Ju«,, ... ~.M ? ? ^. ? ? . ? __ ? 'A bathino train built by Bavarian plonesr^fiw mile, behind the trenches^ , An Australian soldier photographed in tho act of firing a French mortar.— Ashmqa* .BarUctl's pictures, exclusive to ' The Hlrror.' . ? ' . - ?' -'' ? -' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '''
IN THE RING. AN EXEMPLAR OF THE UNORTHODOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915
IN11ERING. ? AN EXEMPLAR OF THE UNORTHODOX. Champions vary in their methods; some ore orthodox, others very much the re verse. It is doubtful if 'Australia has pro duced anyone quite like Fred Kay, who won the woltorwcight. championship of the Continent from Feruand Quendrcux, of France, recently. ' Kay Ih tall and lean, and, fDr hln height, should scale 12sU at least. However, he -tipped : the beam at lOat.SXlba. Hft him lonir nnrnt-anrl- lontri legs, aiid to make matter worse— for his opponent— nhnpcs right hnhd and foot forward;' In addition, he adopts the Me hegan smother. .--;. Against Quendreux, Fred used his sap Ilng-llko right with almost automatic precision at times, and it was- interesting to watch tho Frenchman ? circling round anl round endeavoring to get In close so as to bombard Kay's body-r-he had no earthly chance of reaching his face. : .One wondered why he did not try and brush aside that piston-rod - at times. .. Had ho done, so, the result might have been, dif fe...
SPRING RACING AT RANDWICK. PROSPECTS OF DERBY CANDIDATES. THE DERBY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915
[?] ). PR(pE^W;J)ERl|f §JfM|%rES.: . : - :-,(-:'v ' ;--? ^''MAfiPLbfJ11^ ' :-:- ''-:-' '??'?' ; :;, THE; DERBY. -' - I '' It- seems fairly '.: certain -that,, unless I something unforeseen .'happens ?'. to him, I Wallace iBinglass will start a very hot I favorite for tho Derby. Certainly -the I colt's running In the ChelmBford_, Stakes I gave poIntoaVe.vldfencV of lhe_ fact' that be I can ?; run out ' twelvj) furJprigs all . right, I whleh'lo more than can be said, tit quite a I number engaged . in ; tb'^ rich .classic' event i' next? month. In thq racp'ln q.ue8tlon, ''Mr, I J. Baron's' representative sot Into a bad m ' -nn*dtlnn' pnrlv. nml lift' was twice dlsan I pointed when trying to Improve' H. ' Mailer i brought him along in- groat Btyle from be I low; the distance, and he (Intoned in the 1 moBt resolute fashion in' Beeond' ptaceT' So i impressive was the gallop that the fielders I are by no weans' aniious to 'lay ,-ngalnat ,tho Boh-bf; :WalI)icq.'= t :(?*-'. . On^tlitjotheChf...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915
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