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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

'TfflE MiBROB.' SUBSCRIPTION RATES. A WilNDERFUL PENNYwdsTfl. ' The Mirror** already circulates in every Ettfte or the Common- . woaltli, and in the country districts, an .well as in the cities., Ijsxea ? numbers of readers will appreciate tbe'convenienceof bavins the paper ~ pasted to them. ? ?' . Tbo follqwine are prepald--subgcriptWnrateo,» Including postago: Per Quarter. Six Montha One Tear. Delivered by Agenta ? J/l ?/?. - .4/4 Posted to any part of the Coin--- ?'? ' '- »2* i';1'..,''1 ??'''. . ' monwcalth ? 1/3 2/« : B/- ?? New Zealand, Fiji, and Cook , . ' ?;?-???:-.. ' Island ? I.............. 1/8 ' ';? S/4 -? ''^ ;«/«-'?? United Kingdom. 'Egypt, United '-??; ., .. ?r-^. - '. : '.:1--^-:. ?..'*:-;';'-? States, and other countries. . 2/2 4/4 ^' .-' r8/8'' \; . Tho' following, form, duly filled up and Bent with1 ??pproprla to'' EUbscrlption, will ensure prompt attepilon:— - ? ; .' ,'.'v. V; '.' ;- - Please forward 'Tho Mirror' to me at the under-mentioned address . ?forU perio...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHERE SYDNEY WOMEN LOVE TO LINGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

[?] Aa attractive corner off «*» fine «»i0i]a.©3Py sK?»w-8Jo«-wk'' off Meswa, Ball smA«S mr©2©a. Tfiw* »r««t|o «sra*»«ajBc«a©ttt off tb« iartterioira off tSuo 'ehowroome Jo s* oisrildnfic ffec^^are off tk^ '&la drapery ©aiaMielMflaesito off Sydlaey. Thia E»h.oftosff»i-^ ? M4«©tr»«©-a «&« admnce m&cSe ism ???-??: *- ? ? ' v&o&sxt ye&rs h\ 4h3a direction. ' '

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 — 26 September 1915

'p'-:. ??.'. ''.. - ' ? THE ? ? ?;?.'.? MADE WITH BRITISH CAPITAL OHLY. THE : ???.;-': -A^m- ? ; H.Bt King (Seorge 'W^^J '?'.??':-. the E©¥AL EMSWAN ? BY Royal Warrant to EM. King George MAD| BF BRITISH LABOUR. i ' :'??'_ '.tet os have Your Enquiries ^.?^'??7v':^'i^r;:;-Eye.rything.' Electrical.' '.-.'; :'r ;.:;: ;-i3YPNEY OFFICE: 58 CLARENCE STREET.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACROSS AUSTRALIA—IN THE TRACK OF AND WILLS. (All Rights Reserved). Photographs by arrangement with KODAK (Australasia), LTD. A GLIMPSE INTO THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

[?] 0 ? : ? ' ? ? ^ If My FEAWCIS BIRTLES (All Rights Reserved). I Or-., -rr— — ? ^ II Photographs by arrangement with If K O D A K (Australasia), L T D A. GLIMPSE INTO ,. THE :FUTURE.\ ,.-; Times are improving. Boon, Australia. : will], not bo worth, living in — from; the ?viewpoint ..-,' of . a' restless overlandor. Kindly State Governments aro ? opening ; , up the way by means of tonks and sheds, concrete dams and . wells, arid .tho ever opreadlng network of railways; Alice. '???? Springs will one day 'bo the- Federal .capital, with railway Hnea radiating- in all .directions to tho' seaboard. ' Pip? lines, ' similar in structure, to thoso of life Kal goorlio water scheme, carrying water ip the. ' desserts, transformed into wheat ,*'.:.'?/''*:?'; ' Tho Camel Mail, Innamincka. ; 'growing areas, will give new Ilfo to at, , present little known regions.. The heart :; of' Australia will' become one of. tho! ~ .yrorl&'a sanatoria, .and— well, you. and I : Trill' not see that da...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN OFFENSIVE CARTOON [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

AN OPE^NSTB'E OABTOON v . This tartoan wA» F-s*tet) oh *ho W»lla of a rocm (n tti» Candc Depxrimettf ^ by th'« dravi^hUmor), v6n Btach, v«ho«e c«»» w«k p«f«rr*d to- in rl.e.W. ?' L«gi«t*tlve Awombly last vveok lr» th* dieousftion en tiei-wari ^wploiWB fn ? * the public aervfc*. (t.will-« r*n^ortib«red that much r#W|Btni«ttt ^9» ? ?? shown bcciiUM von StacHwAli'piven th6 work of kiQnv^HUrtO^niinol) it? Honor of m«r» in th« tends Dep»rtit*artl. Th« work «n* .*ut--iftu»fltl} - ? taken frorrt him. Th« ciH06rt doftieU h!fn»«lf fcoih^ CruihOtJ und»me*th .« ~ V '. '? ????..'1'- ?' iplftr *y «TK«rti bf«h» 4tt*tW**n, .: : : .«*»?- .'??-.-

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"THE LIGNT THAT LIES IN WOMAN'S EYES." Australian women's tender care of the wounded at Randwick Base Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

?'THIS MOfjtflV THAT ?: :MteS- ..IN WOMAN'S : BYB^t1 i - Vy ' AtaQ-ra*iai!- women's tender care off th© wo«nded at Randwick Base -Ooajiittal. (5) The tender touch of woman', hand. (6) Murring the b.by. (7) Am-.iou, .nqutrfw. \ ' - ' . ' . ? ', .-*', '^:'

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 — 26 September 1915

. . . READ THE aM*l*R6li^- iN5»^NfeWS- ^JP-.^^-II^BiliJi

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY. The aubltme and the ridiculous . aro olten so nearly related that It is dltflcult to class them Separately. ? One step 'abovo the subljme makes the ridiculous, tad one step above the ridiculous makea tUo sublime' again.'*— Tir*f.vPorn«.~t ^

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE GRIP OF THE HUNS. FURTHER FLAGRANT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

S § THE (GRIP OF THElHUNS. ?^:.v;:.:i^T|^^F^e^8ia^^-j^0: r . .v'-(Bjpeciu.to^'TwviaixrDr.*'.:v'-' ' -.?. . ; ..: we continuo ?peip-v oiir catalogue or tne/ ramifications of Qormarb associations with the trade of the Comtoonwealth. Theyeap^; pear to be iTnumbeirof cases of imderta$:* ; ings declared enemy firms which 'are still'' carrying on business and of interned enemy Bubjects whose bttsinesgeB are ptiil bbinjf condnoted. ' ? , '. - ' It would be interesting to know, for in- , built for the Cpatinen .tit Rubber Qo. at Mar rickville. We Recently pMajned a photo graph: of this building, although 'crar photo , ^jgrapher had considerable jlifficulty in ob taming;acceas. \to it.- : No jwrk'h now in progress; add the buUding appears to! be nc^r. complete^.- 'It certainly Bhojild be iiaed for; - Govcrament- purposes. -?: . ?- ''MlifcBOB' WABMLY COIOMEN1)SD. ''? j. Mr. 'WV Vicars, of- «T. ^Vicars aiid Co., 'Pre iBideht of N.&W.-Chambcr of Manufacturers, - has warmly congratulated...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POEMS OF THE WAR. "EXPEDITIONAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

'?(mswwiEit*&. -'--) - EXPEDITIONAIJ* (By C. W. Brodrtbb.) ^i1- Troopa to our England tit Faring to Flanders, God b« with all of. you And your commanders. Clear ba tha sky o'erhoad, Light bo the landing: : Not till tho work !» aped Ba your disbanding. ? On tha old battleground ..Whers. fought your fathers,. .Faithfur vrialr ya bo found ' Wlten tho storm gathers. Fendlna a littte friond - W«ak, but unshaken—; Qyick! thero'« n-j time to spend ? Or trio fort'A taken. Though he dofy. his foas, Ho may ga under. Quick! ere th# battle clpse . Qpied with your thunder. Ha hath ht» all at stake; .- Mora Can havo no man. *, Quick! aro tha barri«r break On to tha focm&n. Troopa to this Enaland tru* . And your commanders, God t-' with alt of you Fighting in Flitndera.'

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WULFING AND CO. SANATOGEN AND FORMAMINT [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

A. WULHNO AND CO. 8ANATOQEN AND FORMAMINT The 'case of A. Wultlflg and .Co. Is an Instance of the tenacity with which German undertakings cling to their hold over their trade within the British Empire and the futility of measures hitherto taken to remove it. . . . The. firm, which' also trades under the name of the Sanatogen Company, .Is, we understand,, en tirely gowned .by members of the Wulting -family, the principal proprietor being Baron .JohannI ?Abrnhnm von Wolfing, in whose name tho trade marks registered In Australia stand. The Baron resides in '. and the business is conducted from Berlin.' ..'??. ', The principal products sold by tho firm (which include a. number o'f '?' less . familiar drugs) are Sanatogen And , .Formomint . tablets. Tljo British Government at ihe commencement of. the war pp . pointed, n Supervisor o.Ver the firm's business,;and pci-mltted under llcencp 'manufacture in England a^d* export of the. articles so made. The .wtolo of 'the profits on the'Be go.p...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NATURALISATION QUESTION INTERESTING ENGLISH JUDGMENT A NATURALISED GERMAN'S CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

A NATURALISATION 'W QUESTION. : INTERESTING ENGLISH JUDGMENT A NATURALISED GERMAN'S . .... . CHILDREN. . In view of the. statements that have been attributed to' some of. tho leading states men' of the ?Comnfonwealth regardlnB the rights of naturalised British subjects of Qerman origin, a recent decision of the Lord' Chief Justice of England on thla Tho case was one In which the Home Offico appeared to show cause why a writ of habeas corpus should not bo Issued, calling on tile police to release Mr. Percy Carlebacb, who had been interned as an enemy subject. Tho King's Bench Divi sional Court, presided over by the Lord Chief Justice and Justices Darling and Lush, was called upon to decide the Issues raised. ? Carlebach, though born at Frankfort, was the son of the late Henry Carlebach, a member of a London Stock Exchange firm, who was ? naturalised In England mjiny: yeara ago. The question i'n/dlspute wa* ?whether the son ' 'of.a.. naturalised British Subject. of German 'origin, tho...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MS. ALBERT BORCHART. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

ME. ALBERT BOBCHASD. (8peeixl to uTha Mfrror.') ArapnEaJ the Germans or naturalised Germans in ,tlila community whose poaitlon h»3 been most dls eusaed of late in commercial circles It Mr. Albert Borchard. the public accountant. Mr.- Borchard, who was born in Germany, and Is only Australian by adoption, occupies n unique and influential position In the commercial conftnunlty, as Is Indicated by the following Hot of Government Departments, public bodies, traders' associations and firms for which we understand he acts or has y acted as financial adviser, auditor, or accountant:— . .N.S.W. Public Works Department. ? ? N.S.W. Hallway Department ''fc.S.Wl Irrigation Department. . . N.S.W. State Brick Works. ' N.S.W. State Joinery Works. : - ' N.S.W. Timber Works. ? . . N.S.W- Stntn Hnkorv. . Trustees Savings- Bank, BanracJt Street ' .'.-?'. ' '?' Wholesale Grocers and ' General Merchants' :. ;/,' Association. ?? ?? ?:-'?-? Boot Warehousemen's Association. . ? ??'?_.':.-, : Softgottds War...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN MY GARDEN Zinnia Elegant. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

in m emmn Zlntita . Elegant. . ,- For the open border, In the coastal dis tricts of New South 'Wales' very few an neals will' give batter rpsolts_ than ' tha oia-fftsWoned Zinnias. AJthoush a- little stiff- la their h«Mt Qua growth, their variety of form ana. brilliancy of cotor make a, bravo bUow.' Thoy arp o* the vwofva^ vutiwtv uui» n^auiA vrctk III aui, urjr weather. Of recent years varieties bear-' Ing tmmensa Blogms have been produced *nd others which cany flowers of medium atsp ara curled and created In th* most attfaOivo maiinsr.' Nof only U ths flow ering Mason of. tho Siinnia a long ono. but tha flowers '. themselves remain p«r fect'on' the stem for a long lime. '? Once well; established thl* pisnt'- requires little or. no attention, and it Is therefore j-ar- 'tlcUtarly'-Taimibte'fbr Ih'e small feafacn.- ?? ? ' t - '' ' ' . ' .

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FULL STORY OF GERMAN SPY SYSTEM IN AUSTRALIA. HOW STEINHAUER WAS TRACKED. A REMARKABLE PERSONALITY. All Rights Reserved. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

FULL STORY (Mfr .GERMAN' SPY ... |;SYCTEilN AUSTEALSA. how steinhaqer -,,?..?; was; tracked. v A REMARKABLE PERSONALITY. ; ? ? (Special to 'The Mirror.') ? V ? ' All Rights Reserved. '' In this_ and .subsequent ailicles will bo ' told the sensational story of the German iispy organisation in Australia elaborated in v peace-tinie 'for use in war.' ,. Tt will be found .,-. a remarkable' account of the' thorough- and ?';?'? clever methods of the Huna in the; Comihon wealth to fiervo their Fatherland.' -,, „.' The articles are written exclusively for 'The Mirror' by an officer in tho British service who has received permission to ,-lis- 4 ?'. ' close some of t.lifi i'np.ts In mnnv hiirph in . ;;?'? the public interest names have been changed, ~; -but othenvise the author adher6Sr strictly to ? ' events as they actually occurred. 'Ho gives - c; an intensely interesting, account of the i journey to Australia of, Steinhaucr, the £?- 'Master Spy' of the Kaiser, whom he ac 5.V r eompanied on...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW THE GERMAN RUNNERS MADE RHEIMS CATHEDRAL THEIR TARGET [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

::;HOW^tHE\- GERMAN , GUNNERS MADE ' -RHEIMS ' CATHEPRAL-' THEIR TARGET. -' ' . THE MAN TO^WHOM ; AUSTRALIA LOOKS. ' ? TEE KETUEN TO THE MEDIAEVAL. i.i . ' ;-This remarkable photo fj GRAPH ' OF THE RUINS JOF THE .; BEAUTIFUL AND --^HISTORIC CATHEDRAL OF 'BHEIMS PROVES .CONOLUS- . ?rVELY THAT . ITS DESTBUO : TION WAS AB( ACT OF-DE- ..liberate-vanpalism: it wili. be seenthat while -the cathedral itself . and the buildings in its ;IMMEDIATE-Vi;ClNITY HAVE BEEN REDUCED TO A MASS -OF SHELL-TORN - RlflNS, ?those a certain 'dis- Stance, away are.prac-, ;-tically , untouched, ' by ; If?, ? '? SflSLLFERE. -, .' \- ^?.iQ^jMral' Sir la^Hamttton ,6t» hoard a -J»«troyap -at.,th« Dardanelles .Sir , ^1lM.$»4n-^iR«arxist-^F'tbtrthr«a-jtffncar»istan*iing'«rn!d«h(p«.V H? {a wearing' -?--? A striking featura of the war is that long obpolote.'battle-waapons--an-l do-' ?. '?? femiVo anttor have again been- resirtod to-.l .'?Thd:-illu»trattoii^-aho%*»;a'j fa*1 twcn-iftth_*jt!ir*'r' rn{antry_e.qnJDD*d in ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HUNS. MORE INTERNMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

;,'THpj^&$ . .. . wontiwvmmExwB; ,i!' . Wo understand that Horr Hermann Hilger and* Hcrr Andreas^ the -*ool-bnyers, and other unnatu'wilised And unmarried Germans, ' hove been interned-— fourteen months after the comuiencoiuerit 'of the war. The public will be gratified, that the authorities are j beginning to bow to the weight of public opinion on this Subject. ' '''?'. I It is alao satisfactory to record the nfl'ssim? I by the Sydney Municipal Council of a reso- U Iution 'thnt the services of those no.w en- | gagod in the secviee of . tlire CounciJ of K Qermaii or .other enemy nationality, whether f they be naturaliaed British subjects, or other- j | wise, be dispensed with by the Giiy' Council, i during tho'currency of tho war.'' ' . The- Sjate. Government -lias dispensed with the services^f the diaughtsinan, Schultze, in the Lands' Departm'entj 'Who was accused of disloyal .utterances, jmd of the waiter at Hotel Koseiuslco, who was a .prisoner of War. Tho work of 'the na...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR CHANCE. THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY. SOME OPINIONS THAT COUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

0U1- CHANGE. THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY: dOME OPINIONS fEA'S WtfB% - 'The article in' 'The Mirror' some y/eeks ago, dealing with, prospects 111' the -woollen i4clustry, an4 quqting tho viewa o£ Mr. F, 'W. Hughes, o£ the fiieto oi.F; W, Hughes and' Coi/ has created a good deal of interest .among, business men,. conneeted.r with the : clothing trade. ',.] ''??'.,'. Trtfc MANUFAUTURGKS' ?VIEWPOINT. No ono in tills Stato Is mord entitled to express , anw,oplnlon on the n'ubJGct of local manufacturfi 1 than Mr. W. Vicars, of X -Vicars and .Co., the-,' well-known woollen manufacturers, ahd President of the N.S.W. Chamber of Manufacturers. .'? . Mr. Vicara was good enough: to dlsonss With' a representatlvo of - tho' ' Mirrop' ? 'Australia's ; Chance' as a result of the war. iH6,ho!aa the Vlew,^ :that'the manufacturing Industrlco ot Australia nrd .likely to increase In Importance fls a. rosUlt of tho ?war, CBpoelally 'ns weV&rS so fat Away' frott* ^i« ? sources of supply;' - .. ' ? ? . ? ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE ON BOARD THE S.S BENALLA, WHICH WAS BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN STARTED BY GERMAN INGE[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

DESTRUCTIVE FIBE ON BOARD THE B.B. BENALLA, WHICH WAS* BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN STARTED bV GERMAN INCENDIARIES. .»?'?' — . - : ? . -..Th(' M-jB«.nal1' ««: oho appeared on. *rriy^at;ptHtoitolJ^j^£^:^^^^M.. .'iU.c^-i'kl^AjMrllon'^'ofj.thV-deslwy^^

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIANS IN HOSPITAL AT MALTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

AUSTEAIJANS IN HOSPITAIf AT MALTA. - ' , A Qroujt of wounded at th« Imtarra hotpttaf at Malta. The wounded aro now being taken in loi'ga, number* «traiglrt to Malta and etsewhero , ' r Instead of to Egypt.

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