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PRIZE LETTER [?] CLASS IN THE JULY-AUGUST COMPETITIONS WAS WON IN THE LETTER WRITTEN BY AMBITIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

PRIZE LETTER 1) CLASS IN TMK .lI'I.V-AllCUSrr (VMI'RTITION.5! tt AS WON* (SV THIS Lin1 Tlil! \\ UITTKN UY All IHT101-S. Heir Aunt lt--e,--l um entering for your competition, i.'id I hope that 1 k!i:iI1 tuUe a prize. I med to ivrile to the Chil'lreir* Comer in the Morning Bulletin, but 1 nut now over ill-.' age limit for ctiteriiiR thi- compeli lioiH. Iwu'le Sam cindurts the Oonier, jnd he lias lixed the age limit as 10 year*. The Mornine Miillulin s a ilail- HKAS|iapPr, whicJi is printed and puijlishi'd in ltockhuii.pton, tthicli is our nearest town. No doubt vou Know that Comet in a hiiull township iu Central (JuiTiislatid. It is on the Ceiitrul Line, and 'is MU miles fiom Ituekhampton, wliicti u hcromiii£j a very inparlant centre. Many years ai;'-, Coiuct wm the terinimia of the Central Line, and could luia-t of 14 hotel*. Inn now there is only one. The Central Line iiir.v ('fiends to l-ongrejch, and ii 45) miles dMaul from Hockhamiitnn, Were you ever told how C'-nnet rei'i'iv-'il...

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

.SPU'i1 YOUR ATK HA.VDI.Kf A split as? handle can be made stronger th«n new by u-inc thu tip. »!nd the whole lenerlh of the Rplit evenly willi light wire, then cover carefully and tiffhtlv with three cover. inss of tape, if the lapp U wound tli» full lensth o( tin- Itandlf, awl u, thick coat of &h-'ll-r in »f»|»H(*-l, Hie axi; will luve a fill' anipearnnce. It will itl-a lie btronj?r than «ver.

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

bllAUN .HI-.I1TSH. The picture fchow. the sci-.son throw, wblch U done (Inn: I'rec your rijjhl .inn wltli * twin! of tbe clbnw, liold Ino; opiioncnl by his rlislit nl?eve with your left lmnd. Turn until you are practi cally «Kle b.r tide, (ben hwIiir: (be left lee iu front of bin thigh*. I'MtliiK the Fdfflit of (he body full on the right bauil on the mat, slip tin? I'lulit l-*ff be hiii'l Im'n ankles (»ce illu. tration), ami presa back with tbr left !i-k. Pruciisn ihi- careJnlly, until you can jump quickly into this position, tHMiur rare not to kick your opponent. ?lu-jitjiu dse* not roqulri- ttiensth, tn law, it i« wralincss -er»us itienglli.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PLAIN AUSTRALIAN A SOLDIER'S. RIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

PLAIN AUSTRALIAN A SOLDIER'S. RIGHT. ' There is no reason for doubt that certain things in regard to the treatment^ of returned soldiers occasionally discourages recruiting, Take a case in point. Up in a soldier's home on the Mountains just now is a paralysed sol dier. He has no pension, no allowance of any sort. He is dependent for care on the Red Cross. Before he enlisted with the Anzacs he -*«t-» » {ywvu AVkrWAM All iltU AlAV/t AI1C1C IS nothin gagainst him. He was never a drinker or an evil-liver. But he was wounded at Gal lipoli, and when he returned .to Australia he was discharged as cured. A 'little later the paralysis came as an after-effect. He loses his pension, -it seems, on a technicality. Nor does it seem that the Australia Day Fund can do anything for him. It is a disgrace to Australia that this man should be in these circumstances. He is inde pendent of spirit, no cadger. He positively re fuses to accept charity. But he thinks he should have a pension or allowance as ...

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

8%ttfiL^--v man/iger: we must economise B Hj^T\^\ foreman: why -not instil B fl\^%AM^zi^\ \ iwi i^8 z iry ifli §* b I AUSTRALIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC COY. I I B Mazda House, Corner Wentworth Avenue and Goulburn St., Sydney R: 1 B Corner Queen & Little Collins Streets, Melbourne. 'Phone City 2646 B War Chest Day FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 HON. ORGANISER .... MR. ROSS GORE .^JV: ? £162,728 Distributed ? £161,931 - Balance, July 20 (Nothing) ? t/#- ~^j By Giving to the Fund you arc Giving to Our Soldiers VILLAGE FAIR SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 AT THE K1LLARA GOLF LINKS NORTH SHORE LINE COMBINED EFFORT FOR 'WAR CHEST.' See the Stalls ! Every description of goods at the people's prices. The Creche (free), Hampsted Heath, Elephants, Vaudeville Shows, Aunt Sallies, Grand Evening Concert, Raffles, Fortune Tellers, Punch and Judy. Motor Service from Killara Station. Grounds Illuminated by Electric Light.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MORINDA MYSTERY COUNTRY VOLUNTEERS AT TARONGA PARK [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

THE MORINDA MYSTERY COUNTRY VOLUNTEERS AT TARONQA PARK The top picture shows the Burns, Philp steamer, Morinda, at Tyser's Wharf, Sydney, after the suspicious fire. The bottom pictures are views of Taronea Park, the New Zoo. where several hundred country volunteers .are camping. „ , '

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coledale Mystery Direct Actionists' Crime ATTEMPTED MURDER AND TRAIN WRECK [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

Coledale Mystery Direct Actionists' Crime ATTEMPTED MURDER AND TRAIN WRECK Though the police are not in possession of any information which points to the actual per petrator of the crime which so nearly resulted in the death of a fireman on a train running past Coledale Station in the early part of the week, some facts secured b/ this paper make it clear that the crime was about the running away of the train and its wrecking, with the inevitable loss of life of a large number of the passengers. It has been stated that two shots from a pea-rifle were fired at the fireman. This may be so. We are not in a position to say there were not. But we are warranted in making the assertion that one shot was fired at the driver of the engine — in addition to the shots aimed at the fireman who was assisting him. There is little to go on, as the shooting occupied but * a moment of time, and there is not more direct evidence than is furnished in the finding of a bullet — certainly not fired from a ...

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

TALK°™eTOWNi BY TATLER^ A Failure. There seems litile doubt now tiiat, what ever may have been its justification, the strike is a failure, and this is frankly recognised by Labor friends of mine, The difficulty always is to induce men openly to acknowledge de feat and to surrender unconditionally. This has been and still is the principal obstacle to a general return to work. It is more diffi cult now than it was nreviouslv for the Government to modify its position, but so far and the carrying on of essential public utilities it concerned, there is no doubt that the strikers have failed to achieve their object The Dean's Efforts. I do not know why the Dean of Newcastle should have been so secretive about his efforts at mediation. Any action in this direction could not be regarded as unworthy, although so far his action has not been crowned with success. Personally, I think the Church 6hould keep out of these matters, and leave their solution to laymen. The Church should take no sides...

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

ANTHONY HORDERNS' FOR VALUE IN WATCHES x^M^S. The FENCHURCH NON- MAGNETIC If ^U LEVER is a HIGH-GRADE Open-face KEY II ^—. \\ LESS WATCH for men, and one that will V\ fflflnto IE STAND HARD WEAR and ROUGH USAGE. VsSPS^r 'The FENCHURCH is ana ACCURATE ^&kjr TIMEKEEPER, has Compensating Balance, is - niijjjjiijLiii. (fully jewelled, and- well finished. .^Sfflg^BBlK™^ The FENCHURCH is a SHORT-WIND j#S^^''Vnt^?*li^L. KEYLESS WATCH, in DUST and WATER ^SpE^VV A* /-SBk PROOF Case, fitted with either Screw Bezel ff$&y V' -at «* \cH& ant* hack, or Hinge and Snap Cases. Jg^^mfUKHmuw, -^« GUN METAL CASE ....--. ? 17/6 Run -\_^-^^^v1mI nickel silver case .. ., . , is/g BsBu 1 ^ ? „' _/? J/nfll J*y Kcffis-i'red Post, 6d extra. -WBt« Ji X si ;$4Hy The soldiers1 fenchurch silver ^Mfe^ /m -£#V JJ®Bf WRISTLET WATCH, with Luminous Dial. A ^S^^T^S^ ^ZmfflF Perfect Timekeeper, £2/12/6 to 70/. ^^feg|!|^P^ By Registered Post, 6d extra. ANTHONY HORDERN & SONS, LTD. m:\v i'a...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CUMBERLAND EXPLOSION Was It Act of Hun Frightfulness? INTERESTING DEVELOPMENTS LIKELY [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

CUMBERLAND EXPLOSION Was It Act of Hun Frightfulness? INTERESTING DEVELOPMENTS LIKELY The Cumberland explosion — one of the most recent acts of German frightfulness com mitted in Australia— is ' engaging the closest attention of the authorities, and there is a . well-founded hope that the foul deed will be sheeted home to the miscreants who per petrated it, The authorities- are naturally reticient as to what- is being done, but it is known that facts of the greatest importance have been brought to light, and information has reached official quarters, which enables a definite course of action to be taken If the present official expectations are realised, some arrests may be made in the near future. The feared loss of the Matunga and the suspicious fire on the Morinda have redoubled official effort. Good seamanship on the part of Captain McGibbon in charge of the Cumberland in beaching the vessel at Gabo Island and the energetic work of those who tried to salve her almost resulted in ...

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

Reduce Your Butter Bill BY USING GOLD MEDAL CONDENSED MILK On your bread instead of butter. lib. Butter costs -17 1 tin GOLD MEDAL MILK 0 9 Saving per lb. - 10 If is a pleasant change. It is a FULL CREAM MILK. It is more digestible. It is Absolutely Pure. It is Made by NESTLE'S.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BOMB PLANTERS I.W.W. in Seamen's Union TRAVEL UP AND DOWN THE COAST [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

THE BOMB PUNTERS - ? ?-...-? *g | n 0 I. W. W. in Seamen's Union TRAVEL UP AND DOWN THE COAST In the course of. the hearing of the charga against members of the Seamen'3 Union, in dicted for conspiracy in connection with tha strike, Detective Moore deposed that in his statement William Daly, vice-president of the Union, said 'he presided at a meeting of the body held in the rooms on August 11, THE MEETING WAS PACKED WITH I.W.W MEN AND OTHER WASTRELS Ol? THE UNION, WHO WERE OUT OF EM PLOYMENT, AND, AS A RESULT OF THE STRIKE, SEAMEN WHOSE HOMES WERE IN OTHER STATES WERE STRANDED AND PENNILESS IN SYDNEY. This is the first clear admission by a strong Union that the I.W.W.Js in charge of its af fairs. The value of the admission is in its disclo sure of the facilities furnished the bomb planters desirous of damaging ships in move ment on the seas. Credited by their passes as members of the Union, the worst of the wasters of the Direct Actionists has the freedom of tha ocean highways, He m...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR CHEST DAY ARRANGEMENTS FOR SEPTEMBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

WAR CHEST DAY ARRANGEMENTS FOR SEPTEMBER 23. The War Chest Day, which is to be held on September 28, will not be postponed on account of the strike. A meeting was held at the Town Hall on Wednesday at which this decision was made, and a general committee over which the Lord Mayor has been formed to make the necessary arrangements. , The Australian Jockey Club has opened the War Chest Day account with a donation of iZUUO, and there is every indication that a bumper collection will be made for the prac tical help which the War Chest gives to the boys at the front. There is abundant evi dence that men have been enabled to return to the front earlier, and overcome many of the hardships of life in the trenches by reason of the timely help provided by the fund. As the Lord Mayor stated on Wednesday, it was apparent that one hero physically fit still in the firing line, is worth SO heroes lying in hospital. Mr, Cyril Maude has undertaken to help the movement in a practical way, and as only...

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

N.S.W. STATE TRAWLING INDUSTRY. CHEAP nud wholesome food is the greatest of the primary needs of humanity of oil periods. Never was that need more urgently felt than iu the present troublous times through which Hie whole world Is passing. The cost of livlug has been advancing by leaps aud bounds during the last few years. The State Trawling Industry was Initiated with a view to bringing to our people fish FOOD from the waters of our sea-board. The ' wealth of our waters ?' had been a by-word for ninny years, but no practical attempt had been made to garner the harvest. Iu 'the short time that they have been at work, the State Trawlers have not only completed ? large amount of deep-sea fisheries exploratory work, that will be of uu told value for all time, but have brought in FOR the consumption of the people, several millions of pounds weight of choice deep-sea fish, taken from the new deep-sea food . ? province, which the labors of this State Undertaking have made , ? ? available f...

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

ON THE MOUNTAINS By FRANK MORTON The Klvals. There is this delicious thing about the Blue Mountains. At every little place one gets to the Oldest Inhabitant protrudes his wheezy chest and says, 'Here you get the mountains at their finest !' That sort of fable begins at Emu Plains and is still going strong at Lithgow. According to my friend, Mr. Arthur Adams, the most delicious spot on all the mountains is a farm, which he alone has had the honor to discover, somewhere the other side of Mount Victoria. He lives at Cre morne- when at home, but he swears that on his farm one gets real milk. Poetic imagination, of course. Norman Lindsay's Farm. Mr. Norman Lindsay has a farm of his own up here, where he lives with an average of four visitors, eleven concrete images of the female form divine, two cows, seventeen chickens, and eleven farmhands. It is rather rocky up on Norman's farm, but he has one piece of virgin soil on which there is room to grow two geraniums and a leek. So he prides h...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE LIMELIGHT LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. Acrobat and Artist. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

^^^^I'lSTfH-^— r— LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. Acrobat and Artist. A vaudeville act that has excited more ad miration than any seen at the Melbourne Tivoli since Miss Ada Reeve is that of Miss Ruth Budd. Described as The Girl with the Smile, this unaffected performer has without managerial booming registered a solid hit in the Victorian capital, and is generally regarded as the most successful artist In Her own par ticular sphere who has ever visited this country. She combines in one turn halfa dozen distinctive and original features, includ ing intricate evolutions in mid-air on a pair of swinging Roman rings, and a series of graceful poses in daring positions on a perpendicular rope. She has been described as an acrobat of exceptional ability, but the great success of her turn depends not merely upon her feats of strength and dexterity, which are amazing in themselves, but upon the fact that she com bines with them a high standard of merit in acting and singing. She is an ...

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

CoinmoiuvealtbifkJBaiik ?' Hu^tmlia HEAD OFFICE jJ^wS*?5^ SYDNEY. , iSTSi General Banking Business pJP-Jfoi ! Clliei and Towm or Auitr«ll'a, London, Tldworth (Salisbury Plnln), and Rabftui. , C»Ua reuiUlatirM n)g-J.e tp- ?nd dl»'l» drawn on fortlKO plirro direct. Fortln billi nfRotiiitei and collected. Lttttri of credit Inurd to toy ptrt or Mie world. Banking and bfrtiancv Butlnnu of tvrry deiirlpfion Irantiaettd within the Ooruinua. wraith, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts cprntd. Inter* » bald en I lied drpotltf. Aclraniri made affuintl approved accuritlo. Savings Bank , Department * , Minimum At all Dranohn, and ovar Intoreat at 3V »/? Deposit 26OO Acaneloo »t Pont OfflcM «»er '.'num '? in Australia, and Papua, up to 453OO INTE116TATK and INTERNATIONAL Baring. Dank PaelllllM. ^ J*M«g KBU., D.p«ir Hcmmw. /».«. ttl« ? nRHIEON MIIHK, «i.nr»w J For War Purposes only. A DEPOSIT OF 17 6 will purchase a Certificate for £1 £* 7 6 „ „ £5 £8 15 O „ „ £10 £43 15 O „ „ £50 £87 10 ...

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

REST. Henry Kendall. Across the main n vision r.f sunset, coast p, ami skies, And wiillhfi of wnl crs ulciimiiig cndiniit my liuuuin eyes. I, who have sinned and suffered, have (sought— with tears have , nought— To rule' iny life, with goodiiftFs, and shape It to my thought. And yet. there Is no refuse to shield mn from dlstioss, Except the realm of clumber and great forget funlesn.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAST YEAR AND THIS. Richard Howe. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

LAST YEAR AND THIS. Richard Howe. The gms in preen upon tier crave, the west wind wlilmicrf low : 'Tlie coin in clianerd, come fortli, conic forth, ertjM^ (lie blossoms go.' „ ? . -. ? ????--' In vain. Her Jji&l&Uw'fJ'w are scaled, and cold lior sunny 'lirow; Last year the Miillud upon the flowers— they smile above her now.

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

An Active Service Pen for Active Service Men Just like our men on Active Service, the 'Swan' Pen is ready at all times to meet A unexpected calls and perform its duties II thoroughly under all conditions. It never Jn fails. li[ The 'Swan' fits snugly into the soldier s breast nJk pocket and forms a ready link between himself and ot| home. Always writes smoothly. Has no internal H I mechanism. Unaffected by climatic conditions. WH Will take ' Swan' Ink Tablets to make ink with B'l I water. Send one to your soldier to-day. He ffiJH| II will be grateful. HH SOLD BY STATIONERS AND IMPORTERS. Wm Standard Pattern wilh Safety Pattern with iliM Slip-on Cap, from 12/6 Screw-on Cap, from 15/- fSbS Illustrated Catalogue free on' request. Buir'nl MABIE. TODD & CO.. LTD.. HI 179-80, High Holborn, London, Eng. HI Manchester, Paris, Zurich, Toronto, ftc. Sydkf.v— (Wholesale only), HP™ *'?», George Street. I-°'-don Factory— 319-329, WeMun Street. S.'K. fflnWl Associate House— Mablc, Todd &a...

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