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Through the Eyes of a Woman :: :: THE WEEK'S GOSSIP Governor's Wife. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

Through the Eyes of a Woman :: :: OlMwSmmSSM THE WEEK'S GOSSIP Governor's Wife. Lady Macartney lias arrived in New Zealand from England, and if shipping will permit, w)ll cuivc in Sydney this week. During her stay here she will be the guest of the Lieutenant Governor and Lady Cullen at Government House. Lady Macartney i* the wife of the newly-appointed Governor of WcBtcrn Austra lia, Sir W. Ellison-Macartney, the former Mem ber of the House of Commons, who was formely Governor of Tasmania, and became in volved in constitution troubles some lime ago in the Island State. Women to the Fore. Women are again showing their determina tion to assist in national affairs, judging by the crowds who frequent the Loyal Service Bu reau at the Education Buildings daily to regis ler their nants for employment. They will, I hear, cook, wash, pack, coal, clean trams and trains, and drive carts. In fact, anything to 'keep the wheels turning.' It is not only the leisured class who arc volunteering, but...

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

MISCELLANEOUS TIIKACLU AM) GOI.DKX SVI!t:P (to Inquirer, New castle): IJoldcu svrup h relined treacle. niAXCIi'S DAY KIWI) (to .I.L.H., Clarcnce-slieet ): The toial nuiount collected for France Day wai i:M;S,(!O(-, POLITICAL (to II..1.M., Marrlckvillu): Sir George WJgrum Allen died on .lulv ill, lisSJ. The present member for the Glebe is Mr. T. Kcegan. -)\,U CI.OTII.KS \ND HOOKS- (to lieader, NewtowiO: If von -write lo the Itcd Cinw headi-iuuheis. No. 1 JJridge htrcct, you will get full iiartlculurs 'J'hcy would probably send a car to culled the book-. rniTl.ATlON UK KNK.MV COI'XTIUUS (lo Wartime') : The IM census, taken in ]»HI. s-huwed the population of Austiia-llungarv to be 5J,y-t-,'I'H--Austriu 2»,uUT,8'J3 anil Germany (H,»2j,l)|i:l. CAItPKNTKIt IN TltOl'ICAL KOHCKK (lo M.I'., -Ianly) : The l'a.vuiaster lit the Victoria Marrack* Hates xhat tlieie are no rcconU In lil- ofllce of any increase In hi-; rate of pay. It is still 0/ a day. HATTAI.IOX COLOHS (lo Kileeu and Viiucliise) ...

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

THE REMARKABLE PREVALENCE IN AUSTRALIA OF Superfluous Hairs I* ilepluuble, «ti-J the only euro luiown li Kcliiitlflo liloctml.VKin, ujiemted xrry carefully l»v the medically Ualni'ii MircinliKl. Dlkti-e«slii«ly palurul are the n-»ulU 1 hear dally from Inillen wlio have b'fli deceivi'il mid dln ciiuiaued Ihrough u^lng extciiml iipplientlotm unrl dltTeri-nt Hii-i-aUoil ci:it-K far wipi'i'Mimn* lulr. 'i'lie aji]ilio«Uoti oS iiny t'lmnltnl which will peni'lrate deejily cnoueh t« destroy the liHlr |-»|t- I ? 1 1 Im niu»t of lie ^l te'slly perinnueiitly ^Hk ili'Mniy and dintlifiire _^H|^ the lie ih ami Bkliu l ^^^l Adhenive plu^U-r. (S* /? ? V^ lumilce titone, »lnne. , I \ luff, forcejw, catmtlc% J w. « i, V mild all ileplliitoiled— M /5 . Al these remedies tie M - -*gr '?BfrAy I Wk Mroy the hulr en jtKk mP* ^S- BmBk. tmi») to ami ulltflitl/ JBttHL (f-Sj ^^'tf fflHk. lll''o»' the Nkin hiir ??|-3 C^.fyflMU)B face only for a W tmwbinI ,_ 1mmmr '''?VK- '''' Kv 1lu'lr ^^HcK J2L /nMlHiclr Irrl...

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

HOME DRESSMAKING A SPORTS COAT. The ever-useful sports coat is just the thine for the cool Spring days, when blouses are lordly warm enough to be worn without a wrap of some kind. The free pattern coupon in this issue gives you a chance to obtain a practical and up-to-date design for your new ccat. It is a becoming shage, nude with a long roll collar, and box pleats on either side, n i»fi e.-itti, of man-rial drawlne the - futlness in dt the waist. ?I'l'c iHiltWJi Is 'in four iiIih'pk, front, limit, rIctvo »nd --ill«r. Tin- ruff In not inrludiil, but ie iUiii|»ly « drnlirlit iilm- of iiutwiiil ilouMwl 10 III the wrist. JJio wfl belt In iiI-o cut on the Ktrulirlit, mid mraunii-PB i ' iutum «ikI Ioiik' oiioiirIi to form I'litlv, wlili-Ji knot »? front 4iii(l linn*; to the hem --f tlie mul. To cut Hie unit few ulll require 34--1» of 4O3n Material. MHTHO1) 01' CD'J'TIKO.— 1'lm* the centre. 1mc1; timi rollur 1o H fold of material M- us to avoid a teutii, ««il rut Uif uthiT plt'ii'n tlie....

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

HKi: COSTIMIU'TION. 'He owes hi* wivce-fts to \:u wife.' 'That »j?' 'Vim. Seiinvly a (by rocs Ii.v but she kep|n him from in.'.kiii'j a fmil of him.M'lf in oiil' way or »nother.'

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

SOME NOSE Sergeant (drilling a squar. Sergeant's nose being very red) : 'Now, then, what do you mean by moving your arms without orders ?' Recruit ? 'A fly was worrying me, Ser geant, and I brushed him off my nose.' Sergeant : 'Then why the blazes don't you get a nose like mine, and burn the blighter's legs off I'

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

nitOTirKns. Patrick C;i-i'.v. vi-iitinir Dublin fnr the IIiv tiim\ fi\tSt a M'at in a train. Ki'inir mvvt to a |iuui|in;iii-! inkiaif tnaii, lie I'uiiiiiii'iuvil ciiiniTsjition in a rjthcr int.'jiiit t*axy Myle. At k'liijlli (lie -li-(tirl)ril (inr suiil: 'My q,hii,\ r.i.m, ifKL-rie your I'liiivt'rsjtlon for one of your own w\v.hIm. I'll have yuii hiiuw I'm a K.(.V At tliid the i-oiintryinaii stood up with ouUln'ti'li.-d liaixln, ??(I'laiiuini;: '.^hukf hau-ls, luincsaUe; l'ir. * Ciiifj1 myself.' A school teacher requireil hN pupils to wriu- * Vi«- teniv illimtintiii!? tln- nst. ol the wonl herui'i. l.lttK. Willie liatuk-cl in the followiuit : 'A man sal iUumi o:i a cUaiv, there wis a UuU sa die chair, lit1 ro»i'.' i.anillonl : 'I'm afiaiil I bhall have t'i iai-o vour rent. IMt.' l'al : 'That's )-uim1 oi yn entoiivl.v, fur Oi'nt shura Oi cuii'l raise ii inesi'lf, bi'Jai) !'

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

TEDDY TAIL IN PUZZLEDOM Dr. Beetle tells Teddy a tale which se:id» the Mouse to sleep. He told his tale ; it tired me out. Naughl in it could I see. If anybody finds my tail, please, to send t8 me. I'm sure the tale the Doctor told would noS suit me a bit. But when my own is on again, why, I'll g«* on with it.

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

SAD I Arlist : ''My next picture In the Academy will be entitled Driven to Drink.' Ills Friend: 'Ah! the tragedy of some poor desperate fellow, 1 suppose V' Artist: 'Oil, no; it's n cab-horse approaching a water trough.'

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

r J \ ^-. 7Wi^ J D7CAPTTfiANIvH SJW. ** CHAPTER 1.— A RESCUE. 'If he doesn't look out he'll get wet,' thought Sydney Brunton. It was on the tip of hU tonijue to shout a warning, but he forcbore, because lie was not over-keen on Interfering with other people's business. It was a blustering day in Spring, and Win ter was even yet hardly paut. The snows on the diBtant hills were not altogether melted, and the river beside which Sydney was Bcatcd(/J. iujy ncaving peuDJes lino uic lurgiu water, was ? twollcn monstrously. The heavy rain that had fallen constantly for two days had ceased at JtiEV, and there was a rift -of blue in the sky, although the deep-drooping, leaden clouds gave promise of much more moisture, Sydney looked again at the sight which had aroused his interest. On the other side of the i river, which here was perhaps fifty yards wide, was a venerable old tree, gnarled and twisted, truly an ancestor among trees. One long branch overhung the water to a considerable extent, ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SIMPLE SAMMY AND WAYBACK WILLY. Adventures in the BackblocKs. DON'T BANG INTO IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

fySpPiSWIY andW^MCKWlLLY Adventures in the BacKblocKs. ^ DON'T BANG INTO IT. .' The rule of the road is simple. Truffle should be kept to the left, the only exception being' llmt of u liorie, which, when led, mtist keep to the light. There is a helpful little rhyme which s-nys : Tliu nile of the piith, to get well along, Is, 'keep to the right, and you eiinnor go wrong.' I no rule of the road is a purndox quite, 'If .vou keep to the left, you are sure to bo right.' Cyclists must remember two easy but very important rules. When about to turn to the right, the right hand should be held out; when to the left, the left Jtand. SVlion about to stop, the right liund should be held wj ny the side of the liend.

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

GOOD PKOSPKCra. Friend : 'And what arc you going to Co when you get there?' Kinigrant: 'Take up land.' Friend: 'Much?' Emigrant : 'A shovelful at a time.'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOT OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

NOT OUT. One day last week a village cricket team, composed mostly of country lads, decided to challenge au eleven liom a neighboring town. The villagers won the toss, nnd elected to but. As it happened, the very first ball from their oppo nents took the middle stump clean out of, the ground, leaving the other two untouched. Contrary to expectation, the batsma'n remained at the wicket, nnd prepared to receive a further ball. 'How's that, umpire?' inquired the bowler. 'Out,' was the reply. 'J lia'nn't out!' rejoined the yokel. 'Hut .viinr middle wicket was knocked clean,' came the response, 'Was,' shouted the unfortunate player; 'but I ba'an'l gwine nut fur that. We go by the majority hcie, and 1 ha' got two wickets left,'

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

A SMALL AVONDER. 'Aloft, there! Hurry up anil Ret that yard squared,' shouted Patrol-leader Mime, of the Sea Scout. 'Can't move it,' was the ivply of Sea Scout Phillips; 'there must be something Keeping il down.' 'Lay nil your hands out on the starboard end, nnd see what effect that will have 611 it.' 'She won't move,- sir,' reported the other a moment la tuer. 'Strange,' said the Patrol-leader, foarchliig the yard through a telescope. '1 cannot see anything amiss. Can you, signalman?' Brown, the signalman, a bit of a waft, gazed millenly through his glims. ? Then, he replied, 'Yes, 1 distinctly observe what is keeping the yard down— 'tis a mosquito, and lio'g nearly bustin' his bides with laughter,' 'Mamma, I want a dark breakfast.' 'Dark breakfast? AVhat do you mean, child?' 'Why, laBt night you told Mary to give me a light nipper, and 1 didn't like it.'

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

VERY MUCH SO Cuthbert (to pretty girl) : 'Is the scat next to you engaged, miss ?' Miss : 'No, but I am. And he s going to get in at the next station.'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AS A MAN SOWS CHAPTER XXXI. (Conclusion). [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

i I AS A MAN SOWS I By M. C. RAMSAY, CHAPTER XXXI. (Conclusion). 'Thank you, he added, when they had obeyed. 'It was a foolishly melodramatic en trance, but you must make some allowance for a headstrong couple who have been wed but little more than twenty-four hours, and only within the last two hours have learned that during their brief married life they have been masquerading under a false name, as I have un does not yet know, I am David Paul Cairns Rosa Lester, the Earl of Glenerith's son, born in lawful wedlock, as these papers prove, and your daughter, sir, is my wife. And though she married me as a mill mechanic's son, I am glad, for her sake, even if the wonderful dis covery must mean a terrible blow to the Lester pride.' 'Thank God!' said James Lester, fervently, though not till long afterwards did he confess what his real fear had been, that Davie, un doubtedly a Lester, and yet no legal right to the proud old name. While the others sat still, trying to adjust themselves to...

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

Our New Serial By Henry Fletcher In response to the request of a large number of readers ail over Australia, we have pleasure in announcing that we have decided to reprint The Way backs, by Henry Fletcher, the most successful Australian book which has yet been published. The Waybacks will be commenced in the next issue of the Mirror. See that you do not miss it.

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

EVER READY. Why strike s match, grope in the dark, trip on the carpet, fall downstairs, and break voin leg, when for an outlay of 3,6 you can wal* j in safety. The British 'Ever Ready' Electrical j Co. are showinp the finest assortment in Aus- I tralia of pocket lamps, torches, and hand laiv.os j at from 3.6 to 30--'. Buy one uvv; it will Ix useful long after the strike. The 'Ever Ready' is British-made and never fails. To be had ol all dealers, or The British Ever Ready Electri cal Co., 363 Pitt-street, Sydney.

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

TENNIS TURNOUT. Tennis players are reminded that Mick Sim mons carry the finest range of material in Aus tralia. Before investing in' a new racket Or balls, make sure to send to Mick Simn-.ons, Haymsrket, Sydney, for their list of prices. This firm makes a speciality in restringir.g or repairing rackets. )-i-ntc-l nml piil)lMiri] ly Olutnk? Conlon Cortf.t, ol ? Etti'llv, I'nikivil-Mi-tH. Uonili, for the (ilebo N.wb |u|i. r Company. Uuiilnl. nt I In' olli.v of \jtt ('(?iniiii.v, V.«-Vi$ CsiMlrli'ugli-titm'i, S\*-ui.i'V, fctji*.* Ur 1, iW7.

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

r — — — I A MATCH I ^^ariljjljfltefc JDen't go ei-oplng mh-ntt In the dark. ragR|&tfffi8 Carry your OWN lleht— a. laatp or a TjSff^SfJ--*/ torch in your pocket 1 You can a;et eon ' ^SwsfiS^i^* centratcd illumination anywhere any 'BrapP time If you carry one of the 'Ever-Ready' Electric Lamps These Meats NEVER fall— they're nbso- ^ -rfasu lvtely reliable; and genuinely BRITISH 1 jf *mm 6 Buy one Now— It will be useful long II _r,J after the atxifcc la nettled. -EgJ&EEJJ%5gl8)fflfa NICKEL TORCH (HRr | These are only two of the splendid j assortment of Torches, Hand Lamps, and HAW Hi I AMD Pocket Iiampn at prices from 3/6 to 30/- 'rtlw L»AiTlr | Sold by All Dealers in Electrical Specialities. 1 163 Pitt-street, Sydney. \ J? WILL WANT LIGHT? | / \ BRANDT'S LAMPS will help you to keep up | / \ a j;oo-1 appearance. \ I Kerosene Tab.'.e, Lamps, from J/- to 50/- I /E38T Hanging Lamps, from 2/ii io 100/- \ j-jpg^ Ask to see our BEST LIGHT 300 HANDLE j {MM) POWKBLAMP. ; II Kee...

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