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ENTERTAINING THE WOUNDED. M.Y.C. HARBOR EXCURSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915

ENTERTAINING THE WOUNDED. ' M.V.C. HARBOR EXCURSIONS. - On Saturday afternoon tho Automobile Club and Motor Yacht Club aro giving a. harbor- excursion to wounded soldiers from tho. Randwjck Hospital. A.C.A. motor cars will take ooldiero from . the hospital at 2.15 p.m to the Mc'.or Yacht Club House, Rose Bay, and after an ex cursion in the members' boats, tea and refreshments will bo served, and'soldlers returned to hospital. in cars. This is the first of the excursions of the season or ganized, by tho Motor Yacht Club, and uj similar outing is to be held twice during each month for tho balance of 'the season. ' Fifty wounded will be 'enter tained on each occasion. ' Members of tho general public not members of the A.GA. owning cars, are aBked to assist - In transporting the ?wounded from the hospital on the follow ing dates tr-October 2,' November 6, De cember 4. Cor owners willing to take part on tb,» above dates are urged to writo to Mr. l B; C. Griffith, hon. sec. M.Y.C., 7tt Li...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Prize Competitions FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915

[?] !;r;-;:-te ?^?;-;l- '?''? NOTitjfc- ? ' .: . ':',''vt I' Competitors 'ore' reminded that', only '*tf I few di^ys ore now- lert ;&efore. this, month's I prizo.'lUt will be cjoscd,' 'Friday- next, I' September 24, is. the final date upon which | competitions ; may bo-' received -tor lam I s'ldera'tion. On Sunday, ? the 2qth, a ' new I prize list will be announced.' Look for- It § in Sunday's Young People's Page. Coni B. petitions fot^ children' and younjf people of m all -nfien under 18, and for- both boyo- and a girls .will be set. PHyllldo, lfl truly very jf hers who have joined this : page .'during | this month. The number . has exceeded I- her iroslcat expectations, -which speaks | vvell-for 'The Mirror's' popularity, among ! young people! But our sense of hospi t talltyis keen. We have a warm -welcome f for many more newcomers. . . .;, .- '. ;'' ..

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

: NEW COMPETITIONS. Class L.— Pride of placo Is offered this tlmo to the letter writer, Tho prize of an excellent little camera is offered to the competitor sending In the beitj letter to this paBe. This ? should prove a 'very popular class 'to- . our young people, nnd wo expeef many good letters. For the socond -best let ter a consolation prize ol a copy of-. ' Thn Mirror ' posted free of charge . ? for six months to the successful cornp9r. . tltor will be clven.- This class, is. only . open -to' boys and girls under 18 years PLnge- .-No letter .to .exceed 350 words^, WTength.' ''??'??' '' ' ;?*?????--''? -v'- ''Class F, — ^The prizo, of on electric. ?? torch is'orferod to ,tbe- competitor who; .. a'ends'1 in . tho ' four funniest ' '' Funny ' -SJlts/'or as some' magazines call ? ihom, Jotos .mtrTTltUerSv.-: Xnir war-time ? :. .wo/need the tonic of b hearty laugh; So send' along some. good. Jokes. They -'need not.be original, .but must bo sult ?tiblo for this page. , This' class. I...

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

THE WEEK'8 VERSE. ; 'Not enjoyment and. not sorrow, '''... Is our destined end or way; . ? , ', But' to act that' each to-morrow . ?-. .'Finds, us- further than to-day.' .,

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

HOWfOAVOIDSIGKHEADAGHiE Many people-BUffer'.ai regular Intervals from sick headache. 'Generally they can tell. hours In advance when an attack is coming on,- The trouble, is caused.^ ac cumulatloni«if poison lit. the digestive or gan!!, and when a' bortnln; point lo'rcnfched this Ipolsbri produces^ nausea 'and the- at ta«jk,fBlWws. 'i', : ,.;''? .'y- ' :;T.. ?*';'« sufferers would 'tokfr a doso of PInkr ettea, the new laxative, at intervals, thc^e dlotrossing attacks may.bp avoided, pink e'Ueo are dainty little, sugar-coated ovals that arouse no fesling of. repulsion, and they act so gently that they are. tho Ideal laxative to use In correcting a. tendency tp sick headache. They have no' unpleas- ant effect to make themobjcctlonablo to the extra sensitive slcU-headacho patient. Old-fashioned harsh purgatives will not do at all In such cases. If you would like to try them send for a free pamplo to the Dr, Williams' Medlclnp-Co., Sydney, men tioning that you read of them ' In 'Tho Mir...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST RAILWAY ENGINE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915

AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST RAILWAY ENGINE ' This is a picture of the largest -railway engine- built In New South Wales at the Evoleigh works. The trigine and - tender weiflri 1&4 tons, »nd in a trial run Iravtllod 70 mllso an hour. Tho wheolo are 5 feet 9 inehe» in dla- ?? ? meter. Then» ar« thirte*^ of thtu *ngrn«r iri h«rio\ znd'tha one phbtoigraphed (s now running to Melbourne. ' !?*

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

. SNOW IN SEPTEMBER. ? Snowballing at Hormby. Thin photo graph was taken after, a recent heavy storm.' ?

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

i outside of school hours, and who needs a Watch, Camera, or I other sort of ireful article which every boy wonts, is asked to I write to us .- ? ? ' ?-. I We will then send full particulars of what we want boys to do for , I ub, and what money and prize3 we give them in return for their spare time. Address your letter: Circrilatioii Department, . ASH STEEET, SYDNEY. : JOKES, TE10KS, PUZZLES, NOVELTIES; ~ 1 DEVIL'S FUZZLE MATCH DOX. ' THE JOKE PLATE LIFTER. v ~, ' ' , ' _^ .!«», '' ?.''???? ? The-Klna .of all Jokes.- ; -. ;,w^ ? Thn Davit's Puxile Match Box. — . -7P— -aiinil^?^— ^ ^?^^^^?^r-^^-i v Absolutely thu champion- of puixlo -j^ — v^- . . match boxes. Richly nlckelplatcd land Wlth th)' Uppa'ratus plates, cups,- 'ond , euaranteed to defy the most expert saucers dishes, etc., can be made to dance- . puxzle enthusiast. Inscription as m a most mysterious manner. Causes end-. - shown ? engraved on each oox.^-IUus- .1pt.- fnn nnii,.m.,,pmpni . ? . t™U^iaftp2illITSkh5oliSS ^ Fr' POS...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN AND THE HOME. THE ART OF GOOD HOUSEKEEPING. The Value of Thrift. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915

:^^omen;,and: the ? ^yHE.ART. OF! GOOD HOUSEKEEPING. '?':': . .By 'THALIA.' /.' ? '.'?; JTholValuo bf Thrift ': ! '? ' ' ' ' .' ?';;.: Dealing .briefly with this part of house Jtccpine I would suggest that where means ; «ra, limited, the mlBtresai If she .voulcj. oti ' ialh tKe tyest results, find the fullest .value for,her money, should t»'e ever on_the alert , to prevent, those small e'xtravaBantes ? which show such a worrying result iri the ?hill^ when the total comes to bo reckoned ?jup. ? ' -?:.--?,? m - ? m - . m .'The' Bread Pan. .: . . ? ' To'tnake the most of the money fiet aside ; for' housekeeping the dally ni^nu WiusL be' so arranged'- -that every penny yields Its full worth — ample variety is'.se . cured and no actual waste allowed. Bread ia ? the1 first Item which is frequently, ??'' .wasted; unless ' the supervision of' the jjre&d pan is regular and thorough. Too ; much bread, is often cut and after the .- meal it is consigned to. tliq bread pan } . Where it r...

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

YOU OAMJNTOX AFFORD XOV . JAlSSV ^IJMDA^S-; ISS^

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

[?] ww I, North, South, East, West, \ to whichever part of the world you 4 may go—there you will see the 7 SCOTT fishman, the trade mark which serves to distinguish genuine SCOTT'S I from all imitations. It is important to remember that, if the package youv E buy does not bear this trade mark it is not genuine SCOTT'S Emulsion. - Let dUu US hnng Iiealtli and f ' streeglfo to your cMIdrem-™make | them well and keep them well der- K ing the danger periods of their lives, | You cannot help but realize that even children who are naturally strong || need every care and attention if they are to overcome the blood, bone, J|] nerve and chest weaknesses which threaten the life of almost every child. n But, what about the child who is not quite so robust, or who has been | weakened by previous illness, by- overgrowth, teething troubles or other 9 trials of childhood days? What about thegrowing boys and girls who have fl to bear the doable burden of growing and learning? .1 Are they strong eno...

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

BUBEJOmO, AEEOPLANES „. ,3'' f,J- » -rv\*' f, *Va^? . ?? -.1 . , ;-^'iheffirstAiift-WU'ri'bulU aerbplan* ' ^ ~ -ngine.' Bulft^y'Tafrant 'Motors ' ' - . ?'' r' ?'Co^EroprieVry.'-Ltd.'

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACROSS AUSTRALIA—IN THE TRACK OF BURKE AND WILLS. (All Rights Reserved). Photographs by arrangement with KODAK (Australasia), LTD. Afghans and Camels. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915

ACROSS AUSTRALIA - IN THE TRACK OF BURKE AND WILLS. By FRANCIS BIRTLES (All Rights Reserved). Photographs by arrangement with K O D A K (Australasia), L T D. Afghans and Camels.       Following a sandy route down the     Darling we at length arrived at Menindie,     whence the Burke and Willis expedition           set out upon its ill-fated journey. In front of the store some fifty pack camels are lying fully loaded for the track.         "Wowser," ever a keen student of nature, proceeds to investigate. One camel stand-   ing up, promptly gives him a solid left   to the jaw which makes him turn several   somersaults. He quickly recovers from       the rebuff and getting back on to all fours &nb...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN GALLIPOLI. AUSTRALIANS AT THE FRONT. "MIRROR" SPECIAL CABLES. ALEXANDRIA, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 19 September 1915

IN GALLIPOLI. AUSTRALIANS AT THE FRONT. ''MIRROR' SPECIAL CABLES. (From Our Own Correspondent.) ALEXANDRIA, Saturday.       Practically no wounded are now being brought to Alexandria, though they are still going to Cairo. A second Australian hos- pital is being established at Lemnos. A nursing staff, comprising English nurses, for this and other hospitals is proceeding there. Nurses will be quartered in huts during the winter, drawing the same rations as the privates. The hospital will be used for slight cases, with the view of relieving the con- gestion in Egypt and Malta.     A Quiet Time         The First Australian Division from August 10 to September 1 had a comparatively quiet time. The first; second, and third brigades, holding the right of the line at Anzac from Gaba Tepe running north, had to contend with little except bomb attacks.   &nb...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YESTERDAY'S SAILING. KISMET WINS 18-FOOTERS HANDICAP. BACKMARKERS PERFORM WELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

YESTERDAY'S SAILING. KISMET WINS 18.FOOTERS' HANDICAP. BACKMARKERS PERFORM WELL. The Sydney Flying Squadron and Syd ney Sailing Club's handjcap':for 18-footera Was decided yesterday, when, the three scratch boats— JCismct, JttmroiS,' and' Aus tralian — filled the places in the order named. However, had Australian been up to time at the start— Blio was about Srain. late— the -finish would have boen much fflnm IntfirestlflE* * ' The wind, which was light and paltry, came from' the east, bat shifted a point, or twe to N.N.R during the afternoon. The boats .lay well down the harbor, and, by making ft -short 'hitch to tvlndwurtl, njado the new light, With Sunny South in -the 'lead (4.21.7) followed by Kismet (4J23.21), NImrod (4.2S.27). At this point Australian Was eighth.' In addition to starting late,. she 'was slightly interfered with at Bradley* by.ttie Man)y,.steamer, arid put about. However, she probably benefited by this incldsnt,.aa sho made a long hitch to Windward and thus obta...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WILLOUGHBY BY-ELECTION MR. J. HAYNES SECURES A MAJORITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

WILLOUGHBY BY-ELECTIOIf I MR. J. HAYNES SECURES A MAJORITY. .: : Tim second ballot in the election ,of -,'H '.:-'$ rcpresontatlvo of Wllloughby to ,repla-;6 ,~?i tho late .Sergeant Larkin In the N.S.-y. - M Legislative Assembly, Vas contested 'kt ???$ North Sydney yesterday. : '--' '''S The rCBult was — S/ -!'f;. ^ lohn Ij. Chambers (tinbor) ? 2680 ~^ John Haynos (patriotic Democrat) 349i ? -fl Majority for Haynes, 831. ? :; Itffe

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE JOHNSON-WILLARD FIGHT FILMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

ralE johnso^wilUrd ifight FILMS. Mr. H. T-. Mclntosli has secured the right to produeo the films of the world's championship heavyweight boxing con teat which- took place recently at Cuba between Jack Johnson and Jess Wlllard, and which was yion \iy the. latter. The pictures: .will bo, : shqwn at - the . Tivoli Th'tdtre apartfaUogither from, the usual monce on Saturday next, October 2. On that , day and. ;tho following Monday jt^lBhtrHour; Day), the- sessions, will be lO.SO and 11.30' BJn.; 12.80 :p.m., one- com- meticln^ at 5 p.m., and; another at 11 p.m., which will end at' midnight. Thus on these two days no fewer than seven per formances (including- two Vaudeville), which Is claimed at a -world's record. After October 2 and 4 the pictures will bo Bhoton tn the (nornlng'only. '

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BOXING HAT-TRICK. McGOORTY KNOCKS OUT REEVE. CONTEST ENDS IN SIXTH ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

AvUWJiWf 11 at ?'i'tHr'tr DijMnii nAl-iKItHi. McGOORTY KNOCKS OUT REEVE. CONTEST ENDS IN SIXTH ROUND. By knocking out Harry Reeve of Eng land In the sixth round at the Rushcutter Bay Stadium last night, Eddie McGoorty, of America, accomplished a hat-trick of victories. . BIcGoorty's victory was convincing. He did not display the cleverness of his op ponent, but what Me lacked in this respect he more than compensated for In effec H«'i*n*i«H fTh^rv* wail nn *n1ntn\t\nir thn power of his punches— either by tho right or left hnds;, ;? Tho Weights given w--re: Reeve, 12st, 81b.; ana ? McGoorty, , list. 9jlb., but tecG'ooi'ty looked every bit as big as hi3 opponent. However, both had some loose flesh on their bodies. REEVE DOWN IN FIRST ROUND. Strutting about 1 on yhls toea, Reeve dodged severojl - leada by McGoorty, who, however, got in two right uwlngs and an upper cut. ' Juwt .-befoos the end of the found Heovo weijt'ttowii bn 'one knee from a left cjlp. It was. McGq'orty's round.. ' :...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Talk of Sydney. A New Woman Orator. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

j|.- ? '? ''??!.?:...?': ? — — ? — -—? r— — — r-^- — ; ; ?; ? ' ? ?. y ' '; ' _ '?'? . . ETC ^ATfeBfc:.:-.y; ?.* ?-? W'-zVi;:'*?. A Now. Woman Orator.' . ? '-,«,?' .Good women speakers are rare. Wherf 4. new one : emerges' from '.the -ranks of the platitudinarians, Bho la certain of on enthusiastic ' and appreciative audi ence. I heard 1116a Ruth Scale speak at ?the public meeting pf the Unlveriifl Ser vice League last Monday* anil I welcome her its an acquisition. Miss Beaio is a ? traveller and Journalist; and lias the ad - ' vantage of being an accomplished linguist; Her father, Mr.-Octavius Beale, was ono of the first of oiir commercial men to Bee and take advantage of Australia's manu facturing potentialities. ?'?'.- ?'?*' :''-,'' Who Saved England? ? ? ?? . It is probable than when tho true history of tha great war' Is written tho name- of Prince Louis of Battenburg' will be. given as that of/the man who, saved England. ' It now transpires, that It was Prince Louis who. gave. ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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