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STRIKERS BACK AT WORK [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

STRIKERS BACK AT WORK The blacksmiths' shop at Randwick fully employed in spite ol the strike.

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

iii - . . . .,, IN SYDNEY AGAIN Miss vena i-caree, the Boomeranfl CTA -wSno is in Sydney again with the IItoIi Follies. Private Staunton, age 17, now in ' . France. \ - An appeal to Americans to subscribe to th« War Loan. — (Frori the Evening World, New York.)

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

FREE Every woman whose health is causing her anxiety is invited to write for a copy of our new Booklet of valuable informa tion, which should be in every home. Send 3d. for postage to Dept. T.M., Ladies' Col lege of Health,, 54 Oxford Street, Sydney.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MIRROR OF SPORT HORSE, FOOT, AND MARINE— A Horse Meeting at Last. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

:Mirp6p°/5poriI HORSE, FOOT. AND MARINE— By Our Correspondents. A Horse Meeting at Last. . We had the unusual spectacle of a horse meeting on Saturday, Canterbury Park being the scene of the surprise. Naturally, Ike was there in full force, but the public were not, and it i« just as well for their own sakes, for most of those who went paid every way. First of all, it was an expensive trip without trains available, before entrance money was con b.w«v*i.u , aiiu ujc lew jjciiic nicy ilau JCIl 10 gamble with were eaten up with monotonous regularity by the voracious odds merchants. These gentry were certainly entitled to some thing, for there had been only one other horse meeting during the month, and it would never do for them to have to take up their belts a hole or two, no matter what others have to do In these parlous times. Ike's Great Day. Ike had one Of the greatest days of his life as far as outsiders were concerned at Can terbury Park last Saturday. Any number of unbacked horse...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLD COINS MIRROR READERS' SPECIMENS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

OLD COINS MIRROR READERS' SPECIMENS Elvy Wheeldon (Port Macquarie) : An in teresting find was made last -week at Hamilton, Port Macquarie. A lad named LovcnfosEc, while digging in his father's garden, unearthed four half-crowns and eleven tingle shillings. The plant was found in the vicinity of an old r.tump, and the remains of a stake driven in the ground suggested that it had been placed there as an indicator of the hoard. The coins, though blackened by age and their long ttay in their damp resting-place, showed little sign; of wear, and when cleaned the date and mon arch's profile on each stood out clearly. Of th« collection, four of the shillings were minted in the reign of George III., the oldest being dated 381G — 101 years ol:l ; three shillings and one half-crown were of the reign of George IV.; and four shillings and three half-crowns were of the reign of William IV. The latest coin was dated 1835. Hamilton was one of the earliest portions of this settlement, so that it is ...

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

and I how ! it was i banished j by I 1 Here is a letter from I . Mrs. M. McGregor, j Onslow Street , Granvillc. . . I Those who mffer from ihot awful pain, Neuralgia, should read it. ... CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. ' It was two years ago while I was assistant at Grace Bros, that I was tortured with neuralgia for five months to such an extent that many a night I could get very little sleep through the pain. ' Many so-called cures were tried without getting the slightest relief until my mother, who is a great believer in Clements Tonic, insisted upon my taking that medicine which at once gave me great relief, and I was eventually and permanently cured. You may use this as you wish.' (Signed) Mrs. M. McGregor The Medicine of Countless Merits. Il should be part of the medical equipment of your home. Gel it, use it, and relieve that Neuralgia and ill-health All Chemists and Stores Sell It Clements Tonic Ltd., Kozelle

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GRAPHOLOGY CHARACTER READING FROM HANDWRITING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

QRAPHOLOQY CHARACTER READING FROHl HAND WRITING. EVANGELIXE (Nyngan): Has a kciisp of Inimur. cul tivation, refinement, deep tender feeling, un»rltl!-h, and deliglitH in giving others pleaMire. Huh literary leau 1ngB, artistic feeling, ihinkH uiul acts quickly, ardour, enthusiasm and a nature that will never grow old. It most faithful in love mailers, and nothing on earth will change her affection once it iv placed. Is most capable, cultured and loyii!. BUSHMAN (U-vuIca, Kijl): Js even tempered, afire iiontiic, toiiu 01 iiome, geueroiiK, immiuciixc, vi'iiiicu, warm-hcaiicd, fond of animals,, and is bright ;uid tunny, and likes reading. GALTEE MORE. (Clifton Hill, Vic): H miiiieal. per ceptive, clannidi, proud, generoim, warm liearleil, prac tical in many ways, good tempered, mn.-l un--l.iim:ito, fond of poetry, reading and (lowers. Iteligiously in clined, neat, tidy, conscientious anil puin-.i!il-i!ig, SYMPATHY (Glcnelg, S.A.): Is sensitive, riilliiilati tic determined, though gentl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRADES OF WAR III.—THE FRENCH SYSTEM OF ATTACK [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

GRADES OF WAR — ??-& ? — III.-THE FRENCH SYSTEM OF ATTACK (By H. G. WELLS.) The French claim that they have located new batteries, got their tir de demolition upon them, and destroyed them within live hours, The British I told of that lound it incredible. Every day the French print special maps, showing the ?'guns, sham (juns, trenches, everything of significance behind the Gedman lines, showing everything that has happened in the last four and-twenty hours. It is pitiless. It is in decent. The map-making and printing goes on in the room next and most convenient to the examination of the pho'ograph;;. And, as I say, the Grman Army knows of this, and knows that it cannot prevent it because of it j aerial weakness. That knowledge is not the least among the forces that nre crumpling up th: German resistance upon{ the Somme. I visited some French cuns during th: tir dc demolition phase. I counted nine aeroplane; and 26 kite balloons in the air at the same time. There was nothing...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHESS & DRAUGHTS PROBLEM No. 10. BLACK (9 pieces). [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

CHESS & DRAUGHTS ' PROBLEM No. 10. itl'ACK (« iilcecf). WHITE (It) pleei'K). mjj, 211,1, ijiijii, bi'ai'ii1, bpii'Ka. Jpa, ipi'iNii'i, ihik-. White lu. pliiy und iiiiitc ill two moves. Solution of No, H (Ouvllrow) :-3rO3, 8. Ii2|-4, K2I1-|.1, U-3rn1, K, l.NuHlSX, 4lia.-Maio In t.vo. Key : 1,Q-1U *i. Solved by : A. WuIUit, Manly j II. Jenkins, Ycm|«e ; an.l It. W. 11111, Melbourne n.G.i Thanks for ovIbIiiuI proli'e:u. Will be CMiinincd. II. .J: A I'Hivn, on reaching the ilglitb ruiik, miiy be promoted to any piece of itf. own color, (fxcept a iving), inx'k|i(Tlkc of what pieces arc 011 Ibu born^l st the ?lime ; a pluyer could thus have two Tin on u'llto tcjuarc. _, A curiosity, known as the Mocking d'aiue : — 1 P— K i I'-K 4 « » x II H x II 2 Kt-K B 3 Kt-K II 3 W B-Kt 5 H-Kt S a Kt— n 3 iu-n a n -j x 11 q x i« * B— Kt 5 H— Kt f- M II x Kt B x Kt C Catties CjisIIcb 1,'t II x Iv ]' II x K I* (I v—q 3 r-q a mi x i-t i« n x Kt v 7 B x Kt IJ x Kt jr. II x II » x H (a) 8 » x V \l x...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRAUGHTS. PROBLEM No. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

DRAUGHTS. PROBLEM No. 10. By W. OWIalley. Black : 1, 3, 28 ; King 18. 'IV/iltc ! 15 ; Kings, I), U, 27. Hlark to play and win. Solution of No. 8 (Ifurliiml) !— Blncli : 1, 11, 13, 28, 27 ; Kings, 3, «, '-«? Wliitc : », Id, 20, 24, S8, id ; hingp, 21, 31, SJ. Hlmk to play und win Urns : 0-30, 10_7, i-J, a2-'i3, fi-1-1, oi-2J, 14-17, 'Jl-H, 10—10, 24—15, 3—10. B. wins, Solution of No. 7 (Vciich) from : Ding-Dong, Mrokcn Hill (who looks like a lousin of I. Burkcr's No. ? 9C0, Gould's rroblcm Hook). Gamp— Double Cnmpr. Black— James Molr. White— .lame* Ferric. D-H 7-lfl fi-l-t 10-23 Ifi-'JI 1M-28 24-10 18-15 25-22 27-0 1-fl 15-13 ll-l.'i 3-7 13-17 ltAO 10-15 23-27 2fl-24 ? 16-11 22-13 fl-5 fi-10 21-17 5.O 1-5 4-S HMO 15-10 27-32(1)) '?'-18 20-22 30-25 32-28 10-15 I-O(t') 15-22 0-13 8-11 (a) 10-1 j 23-27 2-18 25-18 22-18 25-22 5-1 fl-fl 10-21 8-11 30-20 11-13 0-10 27-32 18-27 '24-20 lfi-0 22-17 13-1) 6-1 17-13 1MB 7-lfl 15-24 18-23 32-28 W. 20-11 211-25 23-19 28-10 17-14 «iim.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNTRY GOSSIP NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES Lismore and the War. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

COUNTRY GOSSIP NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES By HAYSEED. Lismore and the War. The Northern Star, writing of the contri butions by the people of Lismore to the different war funds, say the total sent from the Queen City of the North is about £20,000, and claims that as far as providing the silver bullets goes the river folk have done their bit. The Cumberland. A passenger by the s.s. Sydney, which was in the vicinity of the Cumberland a few minutes before the sinking of the steamer, informs a country correspondent that at the time of the sinking the sea was calm and there was nothing to indicate that the vessel was in trouble. There were tug boats near here, and a Japanese ship seemed to be in attendance, and when last seen by the passen ger — and others — the Cumberland was mak ing good going. The end came with startling suddenness, and the suggestion of the traveller is that there was another explosion on board. The War Toll. As. a recruiting meeting at Wagga, Lieut. Baker in his appeal fo...

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

b— -PUNCHING BALLS-— W- carry a wide range Including the famous HEAOH Bnlls. A fi'w wlnutOB each day at Ball-Punching will keep you lu good condition, .? i ? Mi ihhhihiihhB* Army, Swinging Ball, regulation site, soft leather, Unlit mulit, ILddn JUMfljEr 'or '«' work ? ? ? - ? ? - ? - 1/*- 10/° HfHl*T' lWf8TT IML 'Eeach' Army, Swinging Ball, regulation slue, fine, leather, £ I ltttLlttnP ttuyed aeaua, rery rant ? 8/6, 19/0, 10/6 H _ llMWi'i 'Beach' Army, Swinging Ball, regulation size, finest n»pa ffl ff^J ^SbIF leather, welted and stayed. Very /ait and lhely .... ill rml/wBT ? 18/'' sa/'' a5/'( 30/-( 35/'' H imm 'Beacli' Army, eitra llcbt Provisional Swinging Ball, sped rn /'rcJIPlK'w 1 ''y d«»ls«ed (or fa lit work, guaranteed durable and per Hj I Hffl. \ I lent Btiape; mad« of highest quality brown mo elm kid. h\/ Jot'''^ Th* flmMt ***? ? ? ?? ?? ?' ' ? 40/' ffl \_rfMar Expert, double-end Ball, medium slie, rubber cord for floor, H JBBlflf ??* ropo 'or ceiling ? . . . . 9/8, 19/0, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ODD NOTES ON MEN AND MATTERS By THE MAN ABOUT TOWN. The Good Old Days. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

ODD NOTES ON MEN AND MATTERS By THE MAN ABOUT TOWN. The Good Old Days. ?Standing on the historic slope of Prospect Hill (bo called because Governor King used to walk there from old Government House. P&rra- matta, and view the surroundings), a friend re marked to me last week : 'When I think of the old families that used to live at Grcystanes and in the Cow Pastures at Camden Park (the Onslows) and at Mulgoa (the Coxes), and how they used to be the centres of hospitality and social life, I wonder why it is that their de scendants don't do that sort of thing now.' There are two answers to this question. One is the servant. problem; the other is, they do c'io that sort of thing now. Now*, As Then. Many lions have roared at Greystanes, but none more worth while than Mr. Cyril Maude, Miss Marie Tempest, and Mr. Graham Browne, all of whom were recently entertained there by Dr. Stewart McKay, a party of about 20 well known society folk being asked to meet them. Greystanes was built...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN'S WORK AT FRENCH'S FOREST [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

WOMEN'S WORK AT FRENCH'S FOREST By JEAN NEWTH. During the last month 1500 fruit trees have been planted under the skilled supervision of Mr. Taylor (nurseryman). Mr. Taylor has also put up break-wind fences to protect the crops smd support passion-fruit vines, whilst at .his buggestion some of the settlers have cleared away the shrubs outside their gates, thus im proving the street by neat sidewalks for pedes trians. One settler, while showing his incubators at work, made a good sale of eggs to the visitors. PIGS AND PEANUTS. One of the coming industries of the settle ment is the rearing of- pigs, and some of the rettlcrs are also venturing in the peanut line. A SAILOR'S HOME. Sailors are proverbially domestic, and our friend from the Sydney has taken to the land. He has fruit trees, vegetables, and a pig. More pigs are to come when the strike is over ; meanwhile, the pigsties are being made. HOUSES TO LET. There are several vacant cottages just now, all planted, three rooms and a k...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOR BUSY FINGERS SCOTCH STRIPE PATTERN [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

FOR BUSY FINGERS SCOTCH STRIPE PATTERN This is a simple yet pretty pattern for a t-trlpe as shown in t!ie ruirrnviiifr; or » lai-Re square piece may lie worked for tin- centre of n quilt or for a toilet cover, liy ruling on a (treat pr number of M itches. I'sc Strut tV knitting; cotton No. 0, and u pair uf Nn. H or No. 15 Meet loiittlne needle*. Cast on 3'2 Milrhm to work n Klripi', or liny number of sllti-liei divisible, liy ]?-, with t- pitches over to ensure tin- symmetry of the pattern. 1-1 row- Slip ], knit 2, purl 2, knit 2, ' purl (i, knit 2, purl 2, knit 1!, repent from -? to the. end of the row, where knit the Jn-t stitch. Second row— Slip 1, purl 2, knit -, purl 2, * knit 0, purl 2, knit 2, purl 2, repeat .from ? to the end, where purl the last stitch. Third row — Work the Fame as the second row. Fourth row — Work iliu same as the llr»t low. These tour rows constitute the pulern, and must lie repented until a sufllcicnt length is knitted. The pattern is reversible, ami loo...

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

MUTUAL HELP BUREAU f'owlieol Brawn: 'Ingredients: i cowheel, lOnst of cold lioiled bacon (lean) or ham, nutmeg; and seasoning, 1 heaped dessertspoonful of chopped purvey, l scant, tea spoonful of grated lemon rind. Cut. up t lie cowheel and ham, put in a Miuci-pau with jn-t eunuch w.iter to cover, and season well wFth pepper. .Simmer until just tender, tlicn add the parsley and lemon rind, and stew lor four and a half to live hours, tirate in a little nutmeg, put into a mould, and leave in a very cold place to set. A. B.C. (WiihroongiO: When you have Imuclit come parsley or mint and do not wi'li to u.se it all, dip it into a basin of cold water and, without slinking it, place it in a heap on a soup plate and cover it over with a basin. Herbs will keep iresh for any length of time if the above process is repeated even- three or lour days. To Clean Glass Bottles: After washing a ^lass Imltle of fln.v kind, instead of piiltlng it to drain, hold bottle upside down under cold water tap, ...

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

QUESTIONS ANSWERED MEDICAL I'Ksl'Allt (llrM.ime, O.l. ILL. (Wollotiaoiig), NlfllO ilWtluuvt): Iteidle* limy hern pjsleJ. lM.SOKMONA -*lhffMon-; 'Hie usual number i* from tun U- five. (2) No. M\MTACM Itl'.lt t»iirlln«lnirnl-.' The »e«ktf*r. N.B.W. I'lurnucy lijiud. Humulii, Kydiiey, wilt mpply iiny in funiullou return! I n-y the 1'oImuw Act, but the )trel»M * lieu imii.! ni'ivmiiirily be marked polwn, unj litre the xilive Ingredient* declared on Hie label. for .uni to adopt a miurlsliing dietary, with plenty of ii'llli. the In t lor iireferitil)1 lieltujr tulteii warm. A« xu api'rlcnt take ciiual purU glycerin «nd cmtcura every other nlirht. and umj the following liquid .diluted with throe nt' four titiirn the amount uf wnter let fund1, »« a irarsle M'veral time* a -Uy when the throat in tores —Tincture of ferric chloride a Omi'liim. chlwule of pot null 2 dnifhum, glycerin lot, distilled water to Nor.. DYH'KITIC (Sutry 1IIIU): Kuccharln or gluxiilf in « sneet (ompound, ilcrkod from t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

Make Your Own - Cough Mixture AND SAVE 10/ r ? IT »l-. The cost of cough mixture usually ' amounts to a considerable sum in the average family; but it need not neces sarily do so, as anyone can, in a few moments, make as fine a quality Cough, Cold, and Sore Throat remedy as money can buy. All that has to be done to. make a pint of mixture is to - obtain a bottle of HEENZO (Hean's Es 'sence), and dilute it with water and cwppfpn prrnrrlinw fr» pasv directions printed on the label. A pint of ordi nary remedies would cost at least 12/. HEENZO (Hean's Essence) costs only 2/ (by post 2/3), and is obtainable from all leading chemists and stores. . IF MR. SYDNEY JAMES AND BILLY. The efficacy of the mixture made from HEENZO, for the treatment of Asthma, Bronchitis, Colds, Influenza, Whooping-cough, and Sore Throats, is certified to in letters from nearly 5000 users. Among the number is Mr. Sid ney James, who reappears at the Palace Theatre to-night, who wrote on August 12, 1915 : 'Recently ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

GOOD FOR NERVOUS HEABACHES - I® TONIC® 1 THE RELIABLE HOME REMEDY FOR HEADACHES BACKACHE INSOMNIA DYSPEPSIA :. NEURALGIA BRAINFAG DEPRESSION PALPITATION AND OTHER NEURASTHENIQ CONDITIONS. MISS MAZIE LYALL. MISS MAZIE LYALL says : . 'I an* pleased to be able to endorse all the good opinions expressed by users of HEAN'SJ TONIC NERVE NUTS. I find that they enable one to study and exercise without becoming unduly fatigued. I may add that I have seen them used with splendid re* suits by sufferers from Nervous Head aches.' HEAN'S TONIC NERVE NUTS do not contain any harmful drugs or stimulants. Their mission is to purify and enrich the blood and nourish the nerves. They are economical, too. Boxes containing six days' supply cost 2/ each; larger size, containing double quantity, are 3/ each, o£ six for 17/3. Obtainable from all good Chemists and Stores, or direct from G. W. HEAN, Manufacturing Chemist, 4lh Floor, 173 Castlereagh-street, Sydney

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THROUGH AUSTRALIAN WILDS X.===On the Ocean's Edge AN EXPLORING TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

THROUGH AUSTRALIAN WILDS X.B«0n the Ocean's Edge (Specially written fur the Mirror by FRANCIS BIRTLES.) .. AN EXPLORING TRIP. Leaving our kit behind at the camp, and tak ing the two aboriginals with us, we. set out on an exploring trip. Negotiating the long grass carefully to avoid collision with stumps and logs, we travelled very slowly. In one in stance the car ran up a sloping log, tilting the front end up on a dangerous angle, when with difficulty we managed to push her oft back wards. Tall trees and pandanus palms were plentiful. No signs or tracks of animal life could be seen, nor any fresh surface waters. Birds were numerous, but they would exist on tree and insect moisture. The dews would be sufficient to keep them alive, as in emergency they can drink salt water. The natives in terested kept a keen lookout for wild bee honey bags stowed away in hollow trees. None were to be found. Pushing a way through the scrubs and long grass, we managed to bring down upon us a large hone...

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