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Do You Take Mustard? Poet Crows a Moustache. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

i ©@.1f©M TTate MtfflitaM? ?($ : L ??*'J;™*}~ ./'-.'. ' By 'THE MAD MUJU^AH.' \ ? . ? '' Pool Crows a Moustaoho. . - - - 'Banjo' PatbtBon/iWho' went to Egypt as a vnx correspondent, but ,*ras rejected by the literary authori ties, is back in Australia, He has re sponded to all criticisms by growing one of the largest moustaches in the Empire.. ' ? T . ? - ? ' ; ??'. ??-' '? Poet Grow* ft MotiiUcht. /. ►»» :«nd Painter. '?-' Norman Lindsay Is illustrating ]i. Francois ' 'Villon. Hi* early life was : Epent amongst the poqts— Melbourne t^* His novel — 'A Babe in Bo ' — is one of. the classitf^irarn ngainst consortirifr' with poets, suspect the. spiritual side of ay's nature— a ' characteristic has inspired him to the weav ing of many a dainty tracery of troilet land vilanelle. The. present book is for John Lane, a subscriber in ad vance is Jules Francois Archibald — the mysterious ? gcnhis/Xyho created the 'Bulletin.' \. tV: .'' . * 'S ??rft- '?.?,.?'?* Everything but Hoaltlr. ./. What...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Through the Eyes of a Woman Everyone Should Read Sunday's "Mirror." [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

[?] Everyone Should Read Sunday's *Mirror.'? A womxa's fancy changes like the sky, . i Her orlng thought is fixed on that or this, 1 Cut in the, minor of her restless eye She catches. all that men are wont to miss. I , O'ij §aturdny., rhornirlgr Vo-wcre' a Cvery afshevcHcd iyDxld;-rbut it ^yas . all 1 Avortii. it — Avh'ftt. di{l':atijrthing;.matter, . Exocpf tKb- SpletiSid'- residtr of ..neatly . jjTaSO.TOlJ.'for but1. dwW wounded^.-,- ?. ' 'Business as- tiJEuafc'.r :;' - ' .v , ? Now tliat uir tliot feverish iHEpaxas tions for- ?Australia»Dfiiy';;arei.(ivciv anii the- vaiiotrs; effatrtBrhavcibccn crbwued ? . . \vith success;.' we ? sbalt once.- rapnr. fall irito- the- usual routine- :df HferrPradcc' ?'? -war con'aitiDnK'-- Talking .of Vjvat- rcy ' minds: ipe-to.-tcll-y6u-.--ha«-.Mfj^;.Ernest ? Bru^e; ,of '-.'Melbourne— fwtar lvisr^ flfto'n ^V:|ilatvctl'.p4ioi--hcre-'lrif^ih-th^i;a^t'.'oul-- i ??Zsejcvifeji tb.-the war ofhcfc not-(pf .'tjje .ifV'^jfOrstj.liai? ; ciiber, ? £orv1he ,....

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

for Good Shot Baking Powder /'' -Uk fS^Sim! Sip ©«/fe© ; i ,.y^7i ((^ f|5C2* ! ill Feather Belt-Raising Flour ( (-£''* i-~4 illtl!« aiillll J Blue Label Tomato Sauue fl v^_- , Vi. | II l# HJ To popularise these high-grade foods, which are all made in Australia by Australians, we will present over £100 in cash prizes to those who send in the greatest number of coupons on December 31, 1915, excluding traders and our own employees. The Large Tins of Good Shot Baking Powder and Sip Coffee each have t\yo coupons attached, and the small tins one coupon. Feather Flour and Blue Label Tomato Sauce have one coupon each attached. Coupons must be posted or handed in to D. Mitchell and Co., Ltd., 153 Clarence-street, Sydney, on December 31 next. The results will be announced in this paper soon aftei the close of the competition. 173 GASH PRIZES. FIRST PRIZE ? ...... .,£16 IS 0 SECOND PRIZE ? ......'...'....£10 10 0 THIRD PRIZE ? ...*.. ..£5. 6 0 TWENTY PRIZES AT ONE GUINEA ? .£21 0 0 FIFTY PRIZE...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SILK AND STUFF Mr. Fisher's Slander Action. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

[?] . BY 'PHILIP STREET.' Mr. Fistior'a Slander Action. The Prime Minister of Australia, who has issued a writ claiming JJ1000 damages for slander, dives into an intricate anabranch of the law. His. 'pleadings' say that the accusa tion imputed (1) a criminal offence, and (2) that it imperilled his office as a Minister. The basis of 'slander' —as opposed to libel— is that slander is only spoken, whereas libel is writ ten. The law regards the written, word as very serious and permanent, but it treats the spoken one ' more lightly. A 'slander' is only action able if it imputes a criminal offence. or if it damages the financial status of the person defamed, whereas mere slurs may be actionable if they are written. ?.-.'... . ? ? . '???? ???.?;? *??-?. The Plaintiff in Slander always has a tough job,- and his; position, is not helped by the fact that it is. an answer to the charge, that the words spoken were 'mere vulgar abuse' or 'words of heat.' For instance, in one well known case it ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Problems of the Day. SABOTAGE AND WHAT IT MEANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

Problems of the Day. '??? ;- ?. ? .'?' , , — w; ? .. .:? By 'EdONOSUST.' .' SABOTAGE AND WHAT IT MEAN8. A recent cable from New Zealand contained a. reference to. the increas ing- use by some of the workers oithe - weapon called 'Sabotage:' The word and the practice arc French in origin, the Sabot being the wooden shoe of' the French worker... '..This'- doctrine, was enunciated 'by'therEreijch. syndicalists and stands for/nil .--m^trmric . whi*fAriw production- may be... impeded. The Saboteurs .believe .that it is morally defensible and economically effective to spoil workVor.'to go slow, so as to reduce the profits of the 'boss.' This . wretched faljacy is by no, means con fined to the syndicalists, for. many [ workers -hohestiy' -believe that '.they ..':: ' should not ivprfe. fast .and so run .the 1 .... risk;.of _doing\a'm^te^.put' of a. -job, or ..'? '? being subjected,' to' '^speeding- iip.'^Np ' ?'. 'doubt;, there j.s. good T historic.-.'back-': ?'''.} groukid for the. jvorker...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

?/;'U«r ' ; THE M SCHIEDAM' .' ''' . . r .: ?? 'ThlnfeoftheSunny Days Mead! . Not a few or ni are thlnWog and actually preparfne for them. Past experience has taught many of uj the Inestimable boon a block of land of our own in iome farortte xesott Is. Th* Bcookvale to Pittwater district Is the most favored of aU. Tilt beautiful country |5 progressing with marvclloui raptditr, while the extensisn of the Electric Tram Service from Nnrrabeen to ths.Plttirater will make It the Mecca o! holiday-makers and tourist*. ' Thoje rtho. wish to. enjoy the refreshing combination' of country and icaiide attractions will be- very hard to please indeed if either of theso lovely Estates fail to win yonr admiration. Plans Post Free on request. ..'..-. EASIEST OF TEBiaa. - TORRENS TITLE. Only £1 dmra and 10'- a nonti (not 3HJ a wedO for each £33 worth purchased. Paymecl» coyer boll Trincijtal and Interest (at S per cent, per annmn). -,-:, Vm,°Ma vale.-. '. . ?.[?::?:..'':-'?.? -. :- . ErocVs Burl Btra...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HE DID HIS DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

HE DID HIS DUTY. ' It nat ineleu malting resotutiors on Australia Day agakul Urn bcdgs-tmyViKt Dooauno th» more varlogctcd a clllion appeared tfio mcro ' - , afjaront to 9fts collectora that 'lie had dona his iJlity.'

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE GARDEN. Zonal Pelargoniums. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

IN THE GARDEN. Zonal Pelargoniums. ueraniums or, as tney are more cor rectly termed, Zonal Pelargoniums, are not as greatly valued for bedding pur poses in this country as in England, but they are particularly \yell worth cultivating and admirably suited to the climate of New South Wales. Nothing could be easier than to strike cuttings of these plants. Seject suitable por tions for the purpose, remove the low er leaves and leave in a dry place for sand they will soon show a good root growth, but they rarely fail when planted directly in the open. Water should be applied very sparingly un til the new plants are well established. ? ? ? Swoct Peas. The new winter flowering Spencer types of these favorite flowers are now making a brave show in many gard ens.. Few people understand the spe cial quality of this improvement on the older sorts. The fact is that the plants are winter flowering because of their remarkably rapid growth. .

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WAR FOR THE WEEK LATEST GABLES REVIEWED. GERMANY'S NEW AIM. THE POPE AS PEACEMAKER: [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

fiie™iiRTHlK ; IATEST CABLES REtflEBED. CERMANY'S NEW AIM. THE POPE AS PEACEMAKER: The -Pope, in a letter to the belli gerents, expresses ? - determination to devote every activity to reconciling the peoples engaged in -.what. His Holi ness terms 'a patricidal struggle,'-, and invites all friends to join in' the desire to re-establish ati Empire cf riKht-.-; / y1;^,;: ' '' . Fighting continues ^in .Poland, where the Grand Duke Nichbjas'ii preparing to evacuate Warsaw; andin Flanders the Huns have . employed flame pro jqctors—a new dr.vicc, contrary, --f course, to all the usages of civilised warfarq-^-to penetrate the British first line of ,trctiches oh', a COO yards. front. ;..-.?-.-.- ,V-«.v'-'-' ?'--.*- -.:. -♦:-.- ?'.;??-,' :? An Austrian-, squadron', in the. Adri-. atitnttcmptcd -to recapture; tho^Iand- ;of ^jPfelagosa, but was irepulse'd with': ?hc?f-^los?^-'::vj;^ ?:????',£? ;-^;:v':'u-' \ - In the XaaneTOons, '-according to . a! ?correspondent with the. Trench. troops, ; the...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Some Reflections in My Mirror. The Clad Season. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

[?] — r — ^ — — By A WOMAN OF THE WORLD. Tfio Clarl So'atson. Spring is early this year. Accord ing to the calendar; this is the opening day of the bright season, but for weeks past there has been a- good show of early bush flowers, and the sandstone ridges north and south of. the city are' now carrying a wealth of pink boronia blossom, while the wat tle sheds its tufted gold and loads the air with fragrance. Il is the time when normally, a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughtsof the nicest girl he knqws.'and the girl herself turns witfi .$' ual enthusiasm to the dainty frocks which. make her so- good in his eyes. This year the order is changed. . Tb,e; young man's inncy tnrris tothe' Dar*. danelles, and tne young lady knits Red': Cross socks. . . . OurTasto. :.j ?; 4. .'?-...-, ? .: Have. Australian women good taste? Now, my dears, I am not good at rid dles, and this .question, which is so often heard, is one which teases me out of thought.- . Exactly what do we mean by -tast...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT'S ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT'S - . ' ' ACTION. .The Commonwealth Government has taken action with respect to the Con tinental Tyre Co., Australian Metal Co.. Pollack Tyre and Rubber Co., A.E.G. , Electrical Co.. North German Lloyd and German Australian Steamship Co., - but there are, many other firms .which should be simi iarTjr-deilt : with' '^unless'' the. .agents .can -give- satisfactory, proof that German : trade and German's interests have been ?finally dropped. :-? .'.?-.?-,. ?.''? ?. .?; ' .-.: ? a. -commonu'caitn -. uompames JUill such as '-I have suggested, would force lhe.'hole and corner' 'Australian firms who arc hugging .their German agen cies into the open, and make them honestly British. ? ? ?? .»?????? ? . ? . ? TRADINC WITH THE ENEMY. Up to the nccscnt . we have only trifled with the matter. Our Trading with the Enemy Act is turned into a farce, by the fact that the only penalty imposed has been a fine, which {he convicted firms have paid with a grin. If offenders were sent t...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VERSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

§-: ;'_?'? ! _ ' VERSE. 'V_-for life xnovcf out of a red flaro of dreamt ,_..lst4- the common light of every day, ('. Until old age bring! the ted flare aralo, : ,4*,^t-.,, ....vv-r-.- ???-?- ???? rw'P'-Y''*

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIFTY-EIGHT CASUALTY LIST. How South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

CASUALTY, .-USTw^ ?? -.''; :Mow South WbIos.- ? : , -.'-r- -.: J.J_- ?'? '' ''? .'???? ? '-. ' . .*?'? ' ' ?.' i'it ??. ? - ..-?,-. ? . .?? . _ - . ? ?-?'?-...- w- - the New .South Wales names conv-: , 'tnined in f the .fifty'-eighth casually, list.V-:. issued yesterday, are as follows: — '..'/. ??-.??'- died oV 'illness. -J ':'.;''?[ ?'?? Pte. VV. PORTORS, 1st Bin., Turabarumba: .-- ? Pic. j. IIILSUiY, 13th Btn., ToonBabbic, Vje, ;.. -p:evipu»Iy icported dangeroasly ill). .'.'??;

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

Si , THOUGHT FOR THE DAY. -jv ;War should -be long in preparing, in ?border that' you may conquer the more -^Huickly* ? ???.-'/.. ''?-?-' *-. ?':'?? ?; .' '-;??- -— Publilius Syrus. .'

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

. wounded. ?? \, ; ?; Lt-Col. C. . ROSENTIIAL, 3rd F.A. Dc-Je., -'l'te°nR.SH. WESTON, «lh L.H., Sydney. ?:-..' Pte. F. E1VIN, Cth L.H., Blayncy (In hos- pinl,-tteliopnli-).-'- '? . -'? .? 'Pie. J. M'GRATII. 7th L.H., Cnraroba. ,C«nt J.'tt RICHARDSON, 7th L.H.; Ray* Tm. ^'tj. DOYLE, 1st Bty.F.A., Uoonee Ponds, Vic. ? . 8jt K.-1IANDLEY, 1st Bty. F.A., SWne*. ,-CpL C, F. SWANN, ist.Btr. F.A., Maribyr- . bong. Vic .-':?? ' .'^Un_ Q. flETILErON. l»t-Btr; FJV. ,;(W, , ^.fts.), whiiton; ? . ,?: ' . ..??-.:.: ', , Onr^y, .^:,J-VEfUONT, 2od'Bty. F.A.;Kock;,. ^??.Wr.-ifc''Do«,''/f'leU:-Ht5e^.:-;-Stvl'i--fc%l-,' .' DvE/\V?^Ci. -PDOj't Heidiua'rler., Stni &.'.1;i ' ' .iUrrickviUc''. 'V ?J-~i ?'-' .-,??.'?'? - '?- '- {.'?'.?- Gar. C. il. XANE; 1st BgJc r . Abtni. ?pol-i, Nortii Sydner. ' ?' ?? V ' : ' - --J ' '?'. ? Onr.-H. W. NJCHOLLS; , Dir. jimm.' Co!., Pte. C. IL ROBINSON, 2nd Bin. (lib RIts.), Leicbhardt (in hospital, LomSon). '-. .':

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LENDING AND SPENDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

| LENDING AND SPENDING. '*.*? 'We are all being toid.wc must spend , Jess, in order that the Government may ;'-r.tax us more. Pretty cool sort of ad ^ v-vicc, Uhis-t '?.. But- the f a.ct -isj that, if -we' pJd^n^^o i-jit,. .worse may. .befall. , : The, -«sinipje; truth is that ': when the.saVageS' ^jjre^jellrng- round' the' stockade,- the j'r';iess'we Spend on -chocolate and the *;.-/£a6re we spend on guns the better for ^ *'Sfsvaii6' the;\Vbrse for the savages.' \Vhat' V ..we don't see at first sight is that in .') the' present case it is just as necessary '\f'Jtp' close down on chocolate, t hqugh ''the' .;'';Gov'crnment is making the guns. -No :;^i3oubt the optimists are right in their /'-/airy talk about the Empire's thousands '... of -millions not being all used up yet. :vBut it' is '.consoling to know that you ?-.\have given the other chap the. knock- -out;, when you yourself arc gasping for ?gilireath. -? r With/ all this talk about economy, 'jit must have puzzled ' many peopl...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

? : .. '?-? ilu ''?','? ?; Cpl. Y.:' A. HORNE, 6tli L.IL, Eucland (la Pte. H. M'SIIANE, 2nd Btn., no record (dan- '. gcrously). --?.'.- Pte. J.' FORD. 2nd Bin., Lithgow (iri hospital, :.- London; previously reported wounded). . ' /.;? ? Pie. K HlLLIN,.3rd Btn. (8nd Wls.), Bat- . ? tit at n (in hospital, London).- ?-- * ' ?? .' ~ -? * Bugler :'-J.' JACKSON, Srd Btn.V Uvtrpool- .' East (iii 'hospital, London). ':'..: ?.,.'??-.-;. . ;Pte. C. TOWNSIiND. -tir Btn., EnKland:(ln' ; hospital; previously reported wounded). ?' .' . StTift. C. ? CASSON,- 4lh , Btn.,' Mascot (ii '??.' hospital, London). ',. . :??': .» Pie. II. K. M'DOUGALL-, Cth L.II.- J'«ddin«-' tou lit) hosiiital.'DcvonportJ-prc.viousljr reported' ' ' Pt'c. A. 'riXON, lsi Btai, Terris Bay (in hoW pital, London). ? ' ?:? .-.?'? . .. . :. , ;.. Ptt. J. \V. llawkci, Mill Btno Leichhatdt (in London Hospital). -?',. ? . '-, ;v' ??/--?'.?''. . Scrgt. IV V. ASHBURNEK, lJliVBtn., ttand-' ' -1:-. nick (in Condon Hospital). ?:'. . ?' '...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Mirror of Sport. Football and the War. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

t;-'. '???'? ??'??'-? - ??-? ? ? '?'??? ' ? r ' ??'? ~ !?'? '?'?' -? -? '?'-'' '' ?*?*? ?*??'' ^n'wr ? u' ?' kC!Ka-^ -J ?.-.,'??:???...' ? ?-,. ?.-;.?_; .-??;] ?By.; Oar ? Special ?' f . ? ^Correspondents., i Wootball arid the War. .'?\ ;.'... .' '' ? ' '' ' '.^Many gibes have been cast at foot ? bailors for carrying on^their sport this ' winter, but sight has probably been '? lost of tHe fact that orBanisingr .the 1. - clubs has meant much tothp campaign' [?'..' ' lor-rccruits..'.. Tic '.^ssocj^ijty'Hypod'e! jfcys. |, given, and: stilU will givfc, ?wany^ipipj R and all clubs; from top grade; to junior; (L are pleased that 'soccevitcs' h'a'vc not ? been deaf tb'Wc:catf:Rir't'Ke greater V. 'game' Jf^si oaiuraay s programme B.- -bristled with -forfeit's/ caused solely |- by the inability;: of clubs' tn^nagemeht'? I',-, ?_-, to fjU-the breaches :made!Dr,enlistment. I? -.Althoii^b, the.scAson 'is ?wcll'^dyan'ccd, % ; and.'jprojjabic, \rinners'.'maj£.,be 'sfioy: %? ^.t?a'.^':/yct rcilcij...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Admiral Jellicoe's Message to "The Mirror." [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

; Admiral jie^coe's Message ;tofe v'?l'bflFice»':and Men of the Grand Fleet are full 6F admiratioW of -the daring gallantry of the Commonwealth Forces in. the Dardanelles, who have . largely contributed to one of the most brilliant pages in the history of the British Empire, and have famed for Australia and themselves undying fame. , ADMIRAL JELUCOE. . RMS. Iron Duke, July 29, 1015. ( This fine mcssajre from Admiral Jellicoe arrived too late for insertion in pur issue on Friday . ; .' The following- additional messages ?-;?? ?? bay*! -also/ beeft- received by the -Editor ?i:-y^;:thc.'MirfoiV;.:,:.V. .''.'-...? J:' ;'? 5%'iB^Wi- tF;WtMey, frinis Minister pi '?~S-'.nini}zwldixa.[ ? .'? J-':';'. ::^^-/:^:' „ .-in tendering my congratulations to the- 'Mirror,' on its inaugural issue, ? I desire to express my appreciation of ; its generosity in donating the procced ?'? ings of. the .first number to the wounded soldiers' fund. We have now reached .'...' a. stage in the titanic struggle fo...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Australia Day Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

1 :A«i^tfalIa '/IDajK 'Ptetiitires. - , , ?, v-:1 ?-??? ? : . ? ?. ? ^ I.— SOLDIERS PASSING - SALUTING BASE IN MACQUAltfE STREET. - ? i , ' Z.— TtfEJBIRST LINE. 'W$r ?-?— 'HERE HE COMES.' / '? '..'-A BIRD'S-BVB VIEW OF MARTIN PLACE. - '.- , . .- »*-'I,BAVB HIM TO ME.' ^i^ffi? tI V 1 [?] [?] [?]

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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