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A PROMISING AUSTRALIAN INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915

;a promising Australian invention. ; ? For a good many years past' Inventors '?have been engaged In experimenting with a view, to discovering' some substitute lor atr-filled tyresr with' a' view to over ; ' coming the puncture nuisance. . The ' patent offices of the world.Tire filled with [? unsuccessful inventions of this- kind, and '' it is only natural that motorists ?'Should ;,., begin to: look, askance at such. .devices, S, ,, »na: resign themsclvec to punctures as ; part of the ills v/hlch modern' flcBh is i'. .heir. to. ? ? ??? . ? . , - ?Xi. It has remained for AuBtralla to pro duce the most '.'promising invention to overcome the difficulty, and a good deal of Interest is Just now being shown in ' the Australian invention known as -'Rub- . berair.' This is a substance, which can be Injected in fluid form into tyres, and , which sets in u few_ seconds Into an elas ' tic mnsm, posseBsing apparently, all ,tho physical prppcrtfes ;of air, except its '. lightness.'^ This *artlcle...

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 — 19 September 1915

. . prizes 7r FpR PHOTO(pPHERS. ' MIRROR!' COMPETITION. '?{ In accordance' with die announcement!! made in previous Issue's. of 'The Mirror,' we have pleasure -in giving particulars of ?the- Photographic \ Prize Competition which. 'Tho Mirror' proposes to organise for-rcaders of the paper, '.'? prizes 'will be glveci for the )?hotO ghoph of— . v ...-??. 1. A typical Australian scene. v 2. Snapshots ' of military subjects. \ In' cach!of these two ciosses three prlze3 will be given of photographic materials to the value of ..£1/1/-, 10/6, and 6/- re spectively, to ? be '? obtained from Kodak (Australasia) . Ltd., Sydney.' Separate prizes of 10/(5 and 5/-' will be awarded to boys: arid girls under 16 years of age for the same subjects. : '. ?? ' '. Tho competition will be confined to amateura, and photography must be- sent In. to 'The Mirror ' Office not later thaa October 10. ', ? ? : : To meet the requirements of reproduc tion ana fast -printing, bold subjects will have preference, '...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLDIERS WITHOUT RIFLES. A GRAVE CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915

SOLDIERS WITHOUT MFLES. r : ^-GRAtfE CHARGE. ??;S'{ A Mr. R. .n. Orchard, M.P.,.writes to U9 as' follows; — ? ? - .. ? .- ;,..-- ,; '?. . ; ?'' ' . 'I liear&Iy congratulate \you upon'. the firm stand your paper Ib taking in expoa ing the weak links In our. military,, sys- tem, and also the necessity-, for '?purging our. PubllcServIce of felt enemy subjects or, of .persons. of enemy, parentage. .. The tr ipnnrhl 'n«ifllnn In'fVint nn Jnim-pnRA nmhlint of good will result from the fearless man ner in which you are. dealing with theBo questions.' '''.': ? .' : With* regard to tho lack hi 'rifle train ing and method of selecting troops for reinforcements,- I dealt , with these fluesr tiona In toy speech in the Bouse of Reps, on July- 1. As I understand that the con dition1 of things in this respect has not improved, I shall be glad of the oppor tunity of submitting jny remarks on that occasion. . . ., _.'/? , ? 'Referring to' a' conversation1!, had with a recruit, 'Hansard' . re...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BASE FROM WHICH AUSTRALIA WAGES WAR SOME GLIMPSES OF THE AUSTRALIAN FORCES IN EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915

.: TptiK BASE FMOM^;WfiI€3*I ? 'AV&irnxilJlAx'- :W^OE-S: WAR; -..'?? SOME GUMP3ES OF THE AUSTRALIAN FORCES IN EGYPT. (FROM SNAPSHOTS SENT TO 'THE MIRROR' BY AN AUSTRALIAN HOSIER.)' , . ,. (1) Back view of No. 1 Base General Hospital. This building was erected, as a Casino at a cost of over £1,500,000. .(2) View of the suspension bridge at the Zoo, . , -? ;? Cairo. (3) The last rites. 'Burial servico over a private, who died of wound* in Hospital. (4) Sergeant W. Macdonnell. (5) A. snapshot of Australian 'non-coms.' . C;' ' , (6) The salute at the graveside— burial of- an Australian private. '(7)' Australian lads bearing a dead - comrade to' his last resting place. (&) Snapshot of -„- Continental Hot*!,. Cairo. '( ?'?*,*, ? ' ' i, - , '?*.?-*!

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMFORTS FOR SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915

r '. COMFORTS TOR SOLDIEnS. ./With 'd'ylew to. obtaining comlorts for tho soldiers, a. '^ery, Bucccusful Towel Evening' Svas ' held' 'in' Baumkhn'B-' JjooriiB on tho-iBth; tHp result bBlng.upwfirds of twelve dozen towels. The evening passed very pleasantly with cards and dancing, musical' items being' rendered by. Airs. Roohv Misflcs Brehcney, Slmmatt; Whooler, Edwards,'- McKenzie' (pianist), Hourieari (pianist). Murphy, Maggie Foster (violin-! isDViiesera. Boyd,'. Sullivan, : Hawthorn, ?? ChalrterBV ^^ and^Privute'MdtiaughUn, A.M.C. 'AdvantiCeo'waB taken of this occasion to ' present ^filr.' Keith Janiea,' who is' about to leave ; foi; ?th6:J*ont,-j;-w.ith;a suitably to- I scribed wristlet watch from the Btofe ot 'i McCathio's, Ltd. The funds were const- / derably augmented by the sale of tickets, ~ ' ' swnets, etc. Tho committee comprised tho ' MIsbcS Hartnett, O'Connor, Browne, and Mr. H. CoUIns. v :^.

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 — 19 September 1915

Triple Concentres ?' ossa^i ' -Eaudo Cologne ? ,-..'?'-' Pf|Sf i^wJll' be.l oO£ul-1,lib .-./-.'% ? -~ JBSyQpL '? . very. hlgh63t : J r ^tSsSSS^IS ?'?;sfandjrdio£'Eail'da .?-'.' ^twS^W^K ^cjjogn9^to;l-p.haa;;_ feji;—^^^ . 'By .scientific ? '. '?????'?. ^^^^K I -selection from the ? jSS*SJ»fl| | - . : viiprUl's; finest . oils,. M;'®1?,u S ? tho 'most stlmu- ... SWfSplofl1^ | latlng and'... .- '^ '.'?/. .. |i tF1^''' ? § ' ^'.Invigorating, have . . J.'K! I been blended 'In - . -. ^sS9^%fi*Q!& * ' '?triple 'ConceWtreo '. V. ^^^^^^p '. ?Eau do'ColOBne. --ji- . ' ; ' '.. --.'?; ?v Note tb»t the N»me ?' YlnoIIa'^ -.? ? ? is on enr/ bottle. Sold in'2-oz. aiid^ 4-ot Iwttlei' by' chemists,' .' . dnpots and storekeeper*, .-- -^ V^JTRILCQUBM. ggXS^JS ' 'rf!ot«o«-3.»n*1*»'-.-o»hf.Mclhootyoaol5f--S«5. IMii«Ofct*---fa.tricb.ti-»»tW»«tt.»n»»»'v'i»'»*«' ? -. :;,..?:-}« -.'.., ?,:--'. ;.- - : ? ' . ' - -. ''' _i-..'.-..^ : PIAKO and Organ Playing -*? StSTm&t taSOH.mr.by WBLSONTl A BAS...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FASHION GOSSIP FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915

!'???:.?? ? ? ? ' ? ' ? ' *? ? |:F^A?Sff SON,-- ;€3-OS^II^; rJ^J|0|^^t-TJi®NI3|C!HH'.: [?] MISS RITA MACKENNAL'B CHATTY FASHION- LETTERS PROM' LONDON'' WILL, IN FUTURE BE' AN ATTRACTIVE FEATURE OF ' THE iHRROU' FROM THE POINT OF' VIEW OF ITS WOMEN READERS. MISS MACKENNAL IS A' DXUGHTEROF'.MR.,I?EliTRAIlI-Til'ACKJ3NNAL^THII! JRAfaQtI& AVSTRMMti SCVi-P%0Pi: ~ '? . W -1 ' '.'SHE 'IS 'DOINa'.A'.dREAT.PEAt- OF .WRITING. FOR XONDON JJAPERS: - ' -. ' . ? ,- . ' ^ Jv, '? . '?;, ; . V^ljondoh, August :, 1015. ; ' ' Dear Botty.-^I've' jo^t'licnrd-some cxclt 'irig news: the.?6TesBrnake'1lA*pf F&rls have -made an nnrib^iricoment. that -.they ? will hold their autlinW openings' at-ftlie usual -time, and in the i usual manner; I have seen the list of' names signed- to thlsan . nouncement ancj. -'they, are all '.here, all. that matters; sij.'olir frocks for the comr ing season promise to be as exciting as the last. .??.:,?? . ?'? Heaven forbfd'that we shall be «vhlried back again t...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIA DAY FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915

AUSTRALIA DAY FUND. .. The special efforts of the Red Cross So- | ciety at Murrumburrah on behalf of the Australia Day Fund resulted in a total of ??£157/9/11 being reached. A Ions, list of contributions by various donors brought tho collection originally up to £105 odd. ?whloh was supplemented by £51/15/-, the result of a euchre party and social held on- Australia Night

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN AND BRITISH GOODS ARE BETTER THAN GERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915

AUSTRAUAN AND BRITISH GOODS ABE BETTER THM GERMAN. ; (Special to 'The Mirror.' ' ! -' Tho following table is a practical attempt to indicate plainly to the public , and to wholesale and retail traders that the exact equivalent of German or Au» )' trian goods : (made, owned, or controlled; wholly or substantially, in ' an cnnmr country) can bo obtained from Australian or British manufacturers. In most cases' the latter produce. articles of muoh bettor quality and in many cases much ', cheaper than their foreign competitors. - ; ? .??.-..? ?-.??' ; - Many people imagine .that there ie aoma special value attaching to such names as 'Aspirin,' -'Formamint,' etc. This is- not the cane. They -«r» merely German trade marks iii respect of. we! I -known cnamical compounda.-and do not Involve, any; secret process or formula. As a . matter of . fact, they, are rn«d» equally well, or better by Australian or, British firms. .'.:'?-'? V. ??..' , ' ?, , :?. ? ?:??' ' ? c This list should be cut out...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEN MUST FIGHT AND WOMEN MUST WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915

MEN MUST FIGHT. AND ^WOMEN MUST^WORK. ? -WOMAN'S RIGHT TO HEUP THE ; . ?- ? ? i . EMPIRE. ? ','- -., ?? ..A good many women in Australia arc V feeling father bitter towards the 'Federal ''Government owing-' io the fact 'that the ? -female- sex has not been Included In the ' ? ./war. census. ..They, contend,- .and with *l ..Epod.deal of. reason, that the right of ' .women to assist the Empire in the pre 'eent crisis is one that'flhould be recognised ?and kept in view when' the- question of. ? lursunisinB.-ine nation is unaor conBiaera-i tion. 'Why,' they demand, /'should tho woman's part in the war be confined toj knitting socles . and. rattling collection-: boxes? That side of the, .work is very, ^ necessary, and must be done, but th'ere are »'co«ntlesa other directions in :'whlch 'the ^ . assistance of- women -must' prove involu ,-RbIe. Why then is no effort being mode ., to organize the women of thp country aa well as the 'inen for the special work '-required?' The same questibn- ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FETE At CALLAN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915

FETE AT CALLAN PARK. Mrs. J. Storey of Balmairi, and Ms'. Stanley Roe of Lelchliardi, are organizing ' a grand fete in aid of Balmain Hospital I and our wounded soldiers, to be held oh j September 24 arid 25 in the grounds op posite Callan Park gates. The grounds nnd marquees will be lighted by elec tricity, and. will be Interwoven with fes toons and Chinese lanterns, and flags. ino -uaimain- ana Kozeuo cadet Band and rtozelle Champion Band will assisb A procession will be held on the opening night. . Any ? wounded soldiers who cafo to' attend will bo welcomed. The vaude ville Artists' Association is supplying a grand .programme for the opening night. Nurse Hlllycr and staff of Callan Parlf — - Hospital and other hospitals have tho supervision of the refreshments. ?

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 — 19 September 1915

j.'-'-;'.: ? Tler.^reat : Money-Saying ;lemeiy fqr';-s-;'— ??''?'?' Mr. SAM LE BEET, the'cleypr ' '' .^ ,v /.^ '/' ' ,^vii,i.i'.-c, ^.. ,,',^'j 'j-l-'n-- ? ?-'*?- ----J -.'^'» ''V ? impersonator. of 'fPerbautter,'* ?. 1., , -;-,-v- \ }\ ,-~t: -i./!',v *']-??*?;-- -' *i*''''t!J^i' ^'^ ' 'in' the phenomenally snccc3afal '.;';': '; C^; '? ; *» / V }':':'(C '?'?^'- '^i^f'J-^^'v'---i\*f^*c^-Tv''--*'^ ' Wo wonder* ' Perimutter' Would ? . .'like s'pnio Bhf^ea'.ia. BEAN'S .,. ESSENCE. If is fcticttra genu inely . good remeciy ' that it promptly -tfins -the- appretia^ tion. of . all^userSi ',._ aad retains their - confidence. ? ,- The quick way. in which' it .coniforta and heals inflamed -throats, clears away phitegifl; promotes free breathing, and allays all snan , ner-of coughs' 'is' quite na- de- lightful as^ the '.Jimnbr, of Potash and hfe partner, IT IS SO GOOD for people of all ages, rjght^ frdiirbafeynopd to granny dom', /tbaf it is an ideal family remedy, which should be kept in ever...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL. The Rugby League Season. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915

FOOTBALL The Rugby Laauuo 8euan. Going on general form It was just as well that an English - League football, team did not visit ub this year. There is no denying that play bos deteriorated.1 Thero are- no 'atnrs.' for Horder, at hio' best, is a poor substitute for a Messenger! or a Gilbert The old faults that our, ?graivdfathcra used to point out were to. be° observed almost every ' Saturday. The ''rainbow' pass was beautifully executed the 'fitralght' running was usually on teh diagonal, arid would have | bebn'. more so Had* there not been' a touch line. 'Hand- ing and combination In attack were al most entirely absent-. The :' one bright spot was cftcctlve tackllns. Most of It was 'done on the flanks, as it was very seldom that the combatants tried the Napoleonic method of breaking , through the centre. In keeping with tho play, the refercelng, with the exception of that by .Tom McMahon, was not of a high stan dard. It Is unfortunate that Li 'H. Kearney retired aa-d referee. ? ? ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVERPOOL CAMP CHATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915

uvlkip^G^^^ By CORI*dKAl;:KO6iCABUBRA. ?'-:: ?' Hero Is a cpnundrum: At Sydney raii way station -last ^mdnth 29,'995 'second-class tickets vrero. issued to Liverpool Camp. Or thcsc,'^2^p69 l-werq ' return ^tlckests. ,, . . The qucstionV. is'; SBhettieV - 49^C- peoplo^'wiiiked back.;tpTSydnej5-it : -'J . : - ' V?'^ ' ' i : -?:;\v*^'-^?^f.?u-':^^''y5,'Tia?'i^-:'Vii A' nijmUe^of^the^p&c_ers''in^ttmpi^have; b een^HHgLjSjedVtho'.'; f'ToVead6r5:'-?on ,,th£ Kroim^dsr.tBat-'ilffiy'/drValwayB'flKh'tiBBlthe Thp ^'AxtlUej^'-ibpys. moved- f rom- JUv,err pooia^i^ra^Par^jytiM^^tKi^na they-d)dn'.t3orsVKtp%glyo.-.a;-fcw^liopt»a9 tho ?itj^^^'':^^rM^;m-r- ?i sertonr.: Wherer oh where, are those hot water bottles! -:??- f ;?:?'- —. '? ???- '?'?'? ?'?? ':i* ? ? ' ? 'The- 'mysterious 33 men ' are ? Btill in camp, -.'and have been addedioby contin gents, from -Brisbane and ^iclbourrie. . :^ ?''''. '' ?.. ? . ?' . :*' r ? ' 'Poor blind Tom' Burgess, of Smlthfieia, Whojhas Jiist ?return'eiFlfrpm' t...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915

ATHLETICS. With the laudable. desire of helping col lego athletics, several' of. the Sydney clubs have decided to hold sports In which the lads will compete. On the 13th Inst. East Sydney and the Scots Collego combined with disastrous results to the older men. There were -nine' events, ond tho College lads won the whole of them. C. Maekellar Bcored three wins and a second, aud P. Bew won twice, and run Into second place in unother event ?' ♦ ' '? Tho Council of the N.S.W. Amateur Athelefio Association wlll'tnake an effort to Organize a military sports for members of tho Expeditionary Forces. This should prove a most popular innovation as therd are: a' number of athletes , In camp,, and amateurs and professionals should be por« mltted to compete - together. ' Such' gatherings, in England,, unfi otlier States of .the Commonwealth And New Zealand have been most successful.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. CRICKET COUNCILLORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915

CRICKET. CRICKET COUNCILLORS. ?????- '\ On Monday:' evening -the N.S.W. Cricket \ \ Association will hold its monthly meeting', when the season's programme will be i'p- :' proved of. Mr. R. O. Wyly, manager ot[ the Sydney Cricket Ground, ' supports thp proposal of Dr', L. O. S. Poldevln that '.' matches be played a't 'heaaquarters';.*' in '.'? aid of the various' patriotic funds. ' Mr. i :, Wyly says that his. trustees will Blvo- tb«*i. ground free. . ? ' - . .' ? ' ? ' ? ? ' ?' ' '- VETERAN CRICKETER'S FAMILY ' ENLISTS. '??'-.. Mr. T. W. Garrott, the Public 'Trustee/ has three sons and a daughter on service. One of he sons (C. Fj'Garrett) has beenv' severely wounded In the chest. Ho Beat his father a. cable thus: 'Improving; ap petlto good; caawallc' However,. a me*- . sago received through the Y.il.C.A. stated that ho was very severely wounded, but would recover; also that he would be sent ; back to Australia when he was fit to travel. . Mr. Garrett, Senr., is identical with 'Tom'...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915

60LE The 36-holo competition at Kensington*. - open . to amateurs and professionals, re- ; suited in sensational golf. The previous, record for the links was 74 (bogey is 79)»- ' and these figures were surpassed by -tiro;-' plnyors — D. G. Soular and F. Popplewell— W and equalled 'by four — J. Klrkwood, D. Oat Soutar, A. W East, and. C. Campbell. ... . Soutar won the event with rounds of 7(J and 7?. which will take some beatinrr,* Three players (J. Klrkwood, J. V. East, and K. L. Apperly). tied for second place.:. Soutar and KlrkwQod were on. the plua.-, - mark. East plus a, ami Apperly plus ^ : Popplcwell's 72 was a remarkable perform-! ancc, as In the course of the round ha met a driving hailstorm. Some oC th«l greens were under water. -,'-,

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Do You Take Mustard? Whiskers. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915

[?] By The MAD MULLAH. - Whiakerc . . The, blttorest feeling- against Germany Is spreading amongst our black and. white men. Tho Kaiser's refusal to contradict ?the death of ,the Crown Prince deprived caricaturists of one sourco of income, and now von Tirpitz Is dismissed. It Is felt that it is over the 'odds to deprive jour nalism- of the splendid face-fins of this fine old Teuton. Not in modern times have such- jrhlnk'ert'- been. seen. Thft Habits of Judges. Grace in his steps and dignity in every gesture — this .is the -long suit of the ewly-appointcd jitylge. ? Just after being raised to the* bench, Mr. Justice' Street was coming outof the Australia. Coming along the street was ono who a few hours before had been a fcllow-practillonor at the Bar. 'Hallo Phil! Been having a hair-cut,' said tho barrister.. 'Mr^JusUce Street if you please, Mr. Wigs!' said the judge. 'On!' said the startled gowns man, and before he could thinlc of any thing- more epigrammatic by way of reply tho dig...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN MY GARDEN. Window Boxes. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915

IN MM GARDEN. Window Boxes. - . In % any.', scheme of - house decoration window' boxes _of bright ' flowers may be mado to play a* most important part.; The shabbiest' house may be. made to possess charm.' by. tho gay display, and the daintiest -modern cottage may be made doubly, attractive by having a mass of rich coloring' on' Its window ledges. Window box culture might, if properly carried out, mako\ Sydney, the brightest city in the world. 'In- attempting to make miniature window gardens procure good soil . and simple tree floWerlng plants. . .Delicate varieties and expensive novelties are best avoided.' Common Tom Thumb -Nastur- tiums, tho various forms of ice plant and portulacca, will givo _ excellent results. These roqulre- little care and will give a lino return in* bloom. .Thorough and fre «uent soaklngs of .the lower, soil in tho. box are necessary in' addition to surface waterings. ' .

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GERMAN HATE. SIR JOSEPH CARRUTHERS THREATENED. ANONYMOUS LETTERS RECEIVED DAILY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915

THE GEMAN HATE. llR' JOSEPH CARRUTHERS ; THREATENED. ; anonymous letters rece1veo ; daily. :'??;*/ 1 ?! (Special to 'The Mirror.') --. .?? ||na'nother column wo give a number of further instances of extraordinary Go- . vernment laxity in allowing Germans to j reniaiii free and unmolested in our midst and even occupy prominent' positions of. '% trust- In the Commonwealth public and '?, :'* irillltary service. Sir Joseph Carruthers,. !'.vs; M.L.C., who has taken a vigorous part in ;' '' the campaign^ ,w.hich.. has .recently been :?i; commenced, against Germans in '.Australia, ? 'y/j: bassforwarded'us anr{nt6restliig''(irticle 'on' ;;';t; the vsubiect for.'pubircdtlohr.;'in 'The':1;?;' iuuiuy'. m lUDXuunu.ui' inn reiuartis no . //.v reVejilV^'^f«ct'.t^ii^iie:Isat present dally ' ? * 'receivi.ng'eanonymotis letters of a- more or . - '; iiss th;rcatenfng'nature,*owing-tQ^tlie fact ,'?% that fie has had the coiirago to speak hlg ??'-! mind -oil the matter.' f!Jf .'? .'. -: :3 Sir. josoph^...

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