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MEN WHO WIELD TREMENDOUS POWER [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

MEN WHO WIELD TREMENDOUS POWER Group of the principal officials of the Council of the Australasian Coal and Shale Employees' Federation. The figures in the picture are (reading from left to right) : Mr. J. M. Baddeley, president (at the telephone) ? Mr A. C. Willis, general secretary ; Mr. A. Lewis, treasurer. In the rear is Mr. C. A. Willis, clerk. ' Uncle Sam : I have looked after the victims— now I will look after the culprit.— (From La Victoire, Paris.) ? We d»«J«i't want to fight, but, by jingo ! now we ? do, we 11 find the ships, we'll find the men, we'll 7. the money, too !— (From the Daily Dis patch, Manchester.)

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURSE "U!" [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

CURSE 'U!' ? ?'-*— ^ ™™^»!rTyWF*™MW*™' ™ ?iM»enwr^yffyi.-p(^J«TjnBM» -nm; r-»..r- wmwtr^-nr^ 'TlTrW^1''~\'nmmtWrriiWntj7ltlirtiiSfTf!*\f Stir' 1* U!j1 THE INABILITY OF THE SUBMARINE CAMPAIGN TO ACHIEVE ITS OBJECT. (Drawn by Gilbert Wilkinson in the Passing Show.)

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

YJEflVffc 'RITW&, nflHAfUl?'!? ? Prompt delivery and quality ¥wIiW DtlS AHyHOIjiK ? are our characteristics. Large and varied stocks of all building timbers always on hand. Send us your inquiries. Price List posted free on application. VANDERFIELD & REID (THE ntOMFT AND RELIABLE TIMBER MERCHANTS). Yard, Wharf and Sawmills, Leicliliardt Street, Glebe (Blackwattle Bay). Three minutes from Glebe tram terminus. 'Phone, M 3001 (3 lines). Fav-or us with a trial order, and we are assured of your regular custom.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANZACIANA TALES FROM THE TRENCHES. WANTED QUIET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

r/f[Mmmfi-^ TALES FROM THE TRENCHES. WANTED QUIET. M no isii.i- ttlif-n cu.f of tin. j,:i:,-|ice of No-Mali's /.111.1I «in nut ir.iin. ilmii citi- viirik ,,r K0 i,,-v..vs, Hie -:i!'ii».;iv wire mi.rr thioi unit..*, to (lie Rteat aniiojuiic* --'. !?!»? Af.'1'iili..'iv. 'I'll, wii,t! \0i-w !,., 1),,. ? AllW'il linos, i».il Hi .'liitlir ..? 11,, Hum imtiiWil Die- liravos of tl.« I ?«-!,: .1 .., ii.. Oi ? ? t In-ill iifirr Muiitlirtp llir nifVct tin I';'): »*? '?- ? '»: 'iiil 'fit1!1 li!«'v;i,|j incji.v n lot nl cooil t.imdi ii. nont AiMralisii rirnJ.-.i.iiy. informed lii- nv »-ri.i.l ll.lil lie m.i« );(ilnjt fm- I! hit ..; » wall!. The ir.pi:!-! j.i.uilrii, i.iu I (lir n-.iii, w(.,:i .i,,.,. wjt|, ., 1-Oii)lj Ii. km I, l.ii.ii. Mi- ni- ],nt )i,i,K ;,Hji\ u|il-n (!:-? e.v lh-.ui.v-- ,,,-iv l.i{ii-,i. l|i hi,,; ili-oppril hit ilPKlrowTf |ih.ni|' m ile ..inldln (--. i, 1 m r! v o- If tni«. hater lie 1:1)11 I,;.. ; , i-Mitt.'iujr i:. m liK Jiai.'K ami l-.m-rf. 'That'll in-), i'-i- r l.li.i...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THOUGHT OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

THOUGHT OF THE DAY. 'You are quite a philosopher, Sam,' said Mr. I'iclB wiek. 'It runs in the family, 1 believe, nir,' said Mr. Weller, 'My father's wev.v much in tlt-.it lin« now. If my mother-in-law blows him up— he whistle*. She flies in a passion and lfrcuks hU pipe ; be steps out and sets another. Then she scream* wery loud and falls into 'sterics— and he smoke* wery comfortably till she comes to ugln. That's philosophy, sir, ain't it '!' '.V very Rood substitute for it, at all event;,' replied Mr. TicUwick, laughing.— liiurlc* HicUons (1'ickwick Papers).

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HATS OFF TO— [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

HATS OFF TO— Those of the wiseheads of the Unionists who insisted that men on strike should be moderate in their liquoring. The M.F.B. for fine work in handling the blaze on the S.S. Morinda which beat them only by the start it had. The Inspector-General of Police, for the tact displayed in dealing with the revolution ists against the peace of N.S.W. Gallant Italy for her fine showing againit the forces of the German-Austrian combina tion.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bush Brigands V.==More Adventures of Jackey Jackey JACKEY'S ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

Bush Brigands V.==More Adventures of Jackey Jackey JACKEY'S ESCAPE. Jacltcy Jackey sat very quiet for some time, Then he jumped up suddenly, knochc:! down o«a of his guards, snatched his rnuskcr, jumped through the window, and ran across the plain. Frank Powell, who was close at hand, followed him, and with the assistance of Dr. Wilson's postman, re-captured him. Among other ex ploits previous to this capture Jaskcy Jackey had robbed the Queanbeyan, Tarago, and other mails, stuck up Mr. Julian, Mr. Edinburgh, and a number of other people on the roa-J3 at vari ous times and places, stolen horses from all tho principal owners and breeders -in the district, filed at the driver of the Bungeneore mail, who escaped, and had robbed the Boro Creek store of clothing, money, provisions, nnd other arti cles on the Tuesday before his capiurs. For several months Lieut. Christie and tho whole of the mounted police of the district had been trying to capture him, and he had more than once escaped o...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hun Plot to Burn Ships and Wreck Trains THE CLUTCHING HAND OF THE I.W.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

Hun Plot to Burn Ships and Wreck Trains THE CLUTCHING HAND OF THE I.W.W. Several circumstances have occurred during recent weeks which confirm the suspicion already strongly impressed on the public mind and emphasised repeatedly by official utter ances, that we have in our midst in Australia influences and agencies which are either of enemy origin or are actuated 'by sentiments hostile to the ,country and the Empire to which it belongs. THE EXPLOSION ON THE CUMBER LAND, THE FEARED LOSS OF THE MATUNGA, THE EXPLOSION AT THE PIER OF THE WALLARAH COLLIERY, THE SHOTS FIRED AT THE TRAIN AT .' COLEDALE, THE EXPLOSIONS AT BROKEN HILL, MOSMAN AND ELSEWHERE, THE FIRE ON THE MORINDA, are a few of these events. STATEMENTS OF MINISTERS. The I.W.W. fires last year are other in stances of a list to which additions of even paver significance could be made if the public interests permitted. The Prime Minister, Mr. Hughes, the Minister of Defence, Senator Pearce, and the Acting-Premier of N.S.W., as ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BILL[?]IMS TROUBLE LOST HIS MEDAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

mam SjRODBln LOST HIS MEDAL. 300 I* hi trouble. lie has lost his medal— lul;cn from ills bedroom, lie thinks. He would be glad of an inter view with the purloiner of his properly— the interview to be (o a catirfactory conclusion, without gloves. In the meantime, he asks If ho can obtain a duplicate of liii medal. i [There It no great difficulty In obtaining a dupllento He will have to niako a declaration thrtt lie has lost his medal, and, in course of time, another will be issued.] WANTS TO GO FORWARD. Eighteen writes: I had an nwful job to gel the consent of my people. They considered I wan too young to enlist, and I had to do Home hard sulking' before they gave in. When I got to the doctor ho refused to pass me; Mild I had a cracked valve in my heart, or hoiiic thins; of that kind. tt never slopped me In hcJiooI sports or In dig football, and -it would not slop me, if ?I got where the fighting is— and where J want to get. Anyhow, J have been accepted for home defence, llave I any ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MODES AND MEN WORK FOR THE SOLDIERS. Still a War On. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

MODES AND MEN ? ? v— ? ? WORK FOR THE SOLDIERS. By FRANK MORTON. Still a War On. I know that the strike is a big subject, and that the weather ia becoming very pleasant for out-of-door amusements once again ; but will you let me remind you that there is still a war on ? .Man is a creature so curiously constituted that every little turmoil in his own thimble shuts off the roar and clamor of the world for him and drowns the singing of the stars. I've heard it for weeks past — in trams and trains. on siaewams, in earoers snops, in Business offices, and at restaurants and in places where they worship — nothing but Strike I Strike i Strike ! — till I'm sick of the very name of strike. But here and there, slipped in between the slabs of talk one catches an occasional little whisper of the war, and that is interest ing. The Voluntary Workers. I have the greatest regard for the Voluntary Workers, They render genuine service, and are for the most part healthily contemptuous cf advertisement....

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WRITE TO THE MIRROR ABOUT IT CHURCH AND THE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

WRJT^TOTH!lf MIRROR f CHURCH AND THE STRIKE. Worker writes: Now that; the Church lias Intruded, 'poked its no«o Into matters In which it l» not iib a rule interested— tho troubles of the class to which the de spised Christ lifloiiRed-I would Ilka to unit tho Church (ull mid several' of it) what it lias dono to help tho country in tho nUtictfe through which it U passing in tho (treat wnr ? ,T!U. churches r.f Australia are tlio weHlt hiest of its establishment*. How much huve 11 to)' Mil Riven in cash to the hinds rained for the help of our void ten ? How much liavc they all invested in tho »«r l/jim of the Commonwealth* Have thev helped as inuch as the men j-lulm, for instance. Klnall.v, how ninth liai 1)u- Cliurch hud to do with uUrllnif amt niolon&liijt Hie strike 1 A FARE SCANDAL. Jforlli- Shore: I wish tho Railway ('uiiiinMnitpra n liuppy Ixnue out of their afflict lull*. .Mho I will be *1ad to be informed, in due spawn, and the sooner the better, ah lo any justification ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THUMBS DOWN TO— [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

THUMBS DOWN TO— The Seamen's Union for permitting itself to be dominated by the- bomb-planters. The snipers who attempted to wreck the Coledale train by shooting at the driver and fireman. Members nf Parliament \wVin haxjm fnpirni4«n the text of their oath of allegiance to King and State. Any traders who are holding stocks back in the hope of a more pronounced shortage, with bipfjer prices. Premier Ryan, of Queensland, who is, apparently, in the hands of the strike leaders of his State.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VERSE FOR THE DAY. NATURES LAUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

VERSE FOR THE DAY. ?NATl'KK'S I..U'(ilI. She lunched: since uiir first imvcstiiiK heard none Like thunder nf the souk of heart: her fate, The divaili'ul -lut'l;nc.-N, shook to mounted suit, And peal on peal across 'tin: hilts held chase, filie liuiK'lieil hcr-df lo water; hiuglicil In fire; I.aiiRhed I lie torrential liiu«h of thini and sire l'ldl of tile marrowy race. Her laughter, (foils ! was flesh on skeleton. Uprose the blade in Rrcen. the leaf in red, Oho tree, of water and the tree of wood; And soon nmoiiK; the branches overliead Cave (icuil.v juicy issue sweet for food. O Laughter ! lieant.v plumped and love had hirtli. Laughter I O thnu' reviver of sicl; luirlh ! Good for the spirit, uikhI For lioili1, thou ! tj both url wine mid mead. — liooiyo Mere lilh.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY VOLUNTEERS LOADING SHIPS ON SYDNEY WHARVES [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

COUNTRY VOLUNTEERS LOADING SHI^S ON S^DME¥ J¥MAR¥ES This picture indicates some of the work which the country volunteers have been performing during the past fortnight in discharging cargo and transporting goods in Sydney. According to many experienced observers they have been performing the work in considerably less time than the ordinary laborers.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEEK'S STRIKE SCENES AND INCIDENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

THE WEEK'S STRIKE SCENES AND INCIDENTS These pictures show : (1) Members of the Seamen's Union who were prosecuted for conspiracy in connection with the strike ; (2) Mr. T. Q. Mutch, M.L.A., prose cuted for using offensive words in the Domain j (3) Mr. Buckley, M.L.A., leaving the Court after being prosecuted for conspiracy and sedition : (4) Inspector Camp bell and Detective Rannay, who, with other police officers, have had an anxious time during the past few days; (S) Mr. G. b. Beeby, Minister lor Labor , w 1 Mr. G. W. Fuller, Acting-Premier, discussing the situation.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

THEY SAY That Mr. Fuller's handling of the situation ol the last month has assured his position in the lines of the statesmen of the Common wealth. * ? ? That there is more than the mere firing of the shot in the shooting oi railway fireman Green, That some of the men called out by the strike leaders were within a few months of their ? tr.d of service, and have lost all rights. ? ? » That the formation of a Loyalist Workers' Union would be a big move in the direction d terminating the tyranny of the extremists. * ? ? it ? That the purification of Parliament is to be one of the first undertakings of the Govern ment. Thtt strike sympathisers arc defiant of all the orders for the saving of £as and electric light. ? » ? That the money price put on the information will bring about the solution of the mystery o) the Cumberland. That the rush of strikers back to their jobs will be more of a stampede than was the rush out of good employment. That War Chest Day appeal will be one of the big ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

THE SPIRIT OF QUALITY GILBEY'S DRY GIN SEE THAT YOU GET 'GILBEY'S/' IT IS IN FRONT OF ALL OTHER BRANDS } This celebrated Gin is specially recorrjmended by the medical fraternity for those suffering from KIDNEY COMPLAINTS AND RHEUMATISM. TIJCKKK & CO.. SYDNEY, SOLE AQENT8.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HALF BLOOD [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

HALF BLOOD By TUMBLEDOWN. (Winner at V Cn!ii*-?tition, .lulr-AuguM Cv-nipelii'!o'iii). 'llcy, you tiix«er, with the dre« suit !' .liinrny Werrlgal pjii-ivl and, looking from the dusty road to the cool, iiivithig, nltaily patch of grass, espied « fin:th of his own age. .liinuiy grinned. He belonged to that M'l of hum.in beings called half-castes, and the dress suit w»n -Jic sHt oi a J:i-ly of .ociul htiimtliig. .liinuiy was brought from his honn* nn the death of tli* blier to tlie cil.'/, ami compelled to adopt town customs, wlili-li he cIMIked. At the first opporlimity he left town life for the open plain*. Cro-slng I'Ver, .limmy s«t himself down, and, after iiiiriergoiug the ceremony of inlnidnctlon, which con kMi'd nf numerous queries and replies, be beranie on a Kiwi fuiitliiK »i!li bis new-found chum. 'i'liis was one of the many buys who are let out. by the State to farmers. Hut ihis paitliular 1ml, not of an agricultural 'urn of mind, hud iliniiiipearcil one uiclit. Leaving the...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A RAKE HANDLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

A RAKE UAN'OLR. K.r fit ling a bicycle handle, to the end of a ra!;e hari'lln « grip i» provided tlmt ia coin forlible in tint huuU when couitlderaltle rak ing Ii to be done. ?J'lie aketob «!iow§ the trip, attuched. Hereral omall bmdii were nailed through the handle and counlfrAiuik so as not tn injure the band. Tli It, besides iteiug com fortable, also prevent* tbe grip from beoomint l--iiieued easily.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN INTERESTING PUZZLE CARD TRIANGLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

AN INTERESTING PUZZLE CAtTO TIUANUMCH. An (?nl.rrlaiidug lllttr puir.le with rardi i, \« Uke Hip nine card* of a mitt, from ice -o nine fnciiufrr. and j arrange Ihi-m iu (tie form nf « triangle, ruadljr *t nhtivrn J In the illuKtrathm. no that the J-l|n add up tbe ««mc - on the tliri-e nidrs. In tbe eumplc ffivrn it will be neeii that they mum to SO on each Hide. Can you arrange them—(l) no -? to grl the Kinalleit pw-lble mini, and {1) su as to get the Uncut sum )k-i4lbte T VTIicii you have done thi«, which U (|«ite eny, dl-cover how many different, ways there are of arranging the cards under the condition*, Jf you turn the cards round so that one ot the oHier kUIo.* la nearest to you, this will not count a.s different, for Cie order will be tlie same. And if you reflect the triangle in a mirror, the mere reflection will not be. different. But If vou make the 1 and Ibe 0 exchange platvi it will count as dlt fcrent, because the order round the triangle will not .be the. name. This ex...

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