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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

l.iilnni: 'Wluil (;o wo nc ulinvr n- wl.ni «t- m o,ut i-.ii ii ??Vitr «ln.\y WV.my tin- I. In,. iM: :m«! mI.U ,)ij «?«? no Mi. nc on ii vaiiiV ilii.V. ' Yoic* in vlie nvw.'l: 'Wo fernr;;!1!; tit in liml-.vrlin.'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE COAL STRIKE: VOLUNTEERS AND UNION OFFICIALS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

THE COAL STRIKE: VOLUNTEERS AND UNION OFFICIALS _ 41 The top picture shows some of the volunteers leaving Syurry for the Wallarah Coal Mine, Newcastle, last Monday. Mr. L. Dear, who is in charge of the Govern ment National Service Bureau, is seen taking a tall-/ of the nun. Underneath is a group of the Council of the Australasian Coal and Shale Employees Federation, Who met in Sydney to discuss the situation The «asi« are (leading from left to right) :-Back row : A. E. Phillips (Queensland). A. Lewis (treasurer) C A. Willis (clerk), E.Davies, M.L.A., D. Buncombe (U'.-u/f rra), E. Thompson (Northern District), R. -PiUaiw (Western District). Front row : J. J.Riley (Broken Hill) a\ AsqJith (Victoria), G. Phillips (Illawavi* District), E. Peters (Northern District), A. C. Willis (general secretary), J. M. Baddeley (president), E. Aubin (vice-president). Inset is the Dean of Newcastle, who attended the mealing of the Council. - .

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIFE IN THE COUNTRYMEN'S CAMP [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

LIFE IN THE COUNTRYMEN'S CAMP Some more snapshots at the Country Volunteers' Camp at the Cricket Ground, showing : (1) A group of volunteers ; (2) the butcher's shop ; (3) clothes of new arrivals on the grandstand; (4) playing quoits after work.

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

SARGENTS PIES - - |g«-»

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNCLE THOMAS (ATKINS) IN 1950, [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

UNCLE THOMAS (ATKINS) IN 1950, In thirty or forty years' time, when your father or brother is an old man, with a white beard, this is how he may describe how he went for the Huns in France.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GRAND ADVENTURES OF BRUMBY BILLY, CORNSTALK CHARLIE, AND BONZER, THE REGIMENTAL MASCOT HE DIDN'T CARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 1 September 1917

THE GRAND ADVENTURES OF BRUMBY BILLY, CORNSTALK CHARLIE, AND BONZER, 4 THE REGIMENTAL MASCOT IIIC DIDN'T OAKK. An olil IliuliUii.l M-wani in one of the KcoUUli iCRi niciiti. wa- i!')i'!f bis rounds one nighl to we that till li«lit» well' mil in tin' twrnifk-roonis. Coiim'iik (o a rootn wlii'i-e be llimiffhl lie naw a iiffUl sliininff lie roared \ om : I 'Tit t*ut thai liRlit -Hirrr.' Oiip cif the men shotiteil back: 'It'b the mtme. sorfffaiit.' Kot liearinff very well, Ihc uprgwiit orird in return, 'I dinnu i-ure'a lac-kpt what it ia. 1'il it out!'' An old bachelor, through no fault of his, was locking ?t a little baby, und was expected to ailmiru it, cf eounr. 'Well, Mr. Blinkin*,' said (lie proud young mother i expeclantl.v. 'ii it not very Jowly V' 'Vet — er — that in to Bay — er— uni— about liow olj mii'.l ?nch ? baby be, Mrs. Tompkins, before it begin* to look like - liumau being r'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

OUR LETTER BOX fi.inr.nli'. uho-e U'ltiT wai highly conuueiideil in the Wt. competitions, write1- : — I him iiist mi ordinary little human being of a dozen rear- hi''m-. find 1 originally cmihi- from Iniliii. 1 Imvo ine .-l-tcr, Iml »lto is live years cililcr than 1. We hail a hcarlilid home out. in itho l'.n-. The limw was w:V i-oundcd liv l.i.vn, and k.ii.Iciis, and there whs a l-ark mid n big lake. V-Vl'r.v afternoon wo wont, for a drive in the carriage with mother. Sometimes she diwc her «nv« dogcart and Hess, her hor.-e. -We had lovi-l.v lwmn, jind a syce to drive iliom. Jly t-i-lfr and 1 oaoli liail mi'. -?!-. ?!- 4 it L.,,1. ,il4i.-4 ill: 'iiirl 4 1 ,/ilvt ll-nl'.i Iiifllli' V l\f llillfU fcrvanK Would .von like to hear about lii'din itwlf V Jtis n-i Imt as iiu oven almost, lint, of -'our-c, hundreds t-! lime' .1iigKri'. It: ik .being kip near the equator Hull inul;os it liol. llioniili it rains a little nearly every day. Tin.- natives lc-vo miry and rice and dried (Mi — henc...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

NEW COMPETIIIONS. rin^ A.— This class is open only to those who are under VS. For the nnitosl ami best handwriting in a | llnle letter to Aunt Bee, n prize of » B will be nwarde-l. J.i-Uci* -Inuh) be i|iiite short, and iuaik- will be giwu fur tin; proper form in which a letter should bo written. Ckn-i II.— This elas* in open to all competitors who I are under 14. I'V Hir six he«t joke? m-ii! in (they need | not be -original) if* prize of a hook to Ilie value of. 7 -- %??? offered. 'Jin' winner may inaUe. luii or lier own i-hoire of the volume. Chti V.— Here is a ola.« that 'us.ed to be very popular. Anyone under the line of Hi yea is may enter. 1 want, yui'i to iiuiiii.' iii ninny words out. of 'Omnipotence' us you din. No proper name,: to be used, and. only tlm-e iippiMi'ing in a standard dii-liotiary are permissible. The prize is 'either a liltli: camera or a good fountain 1 en. (?jut., I).— Tlii-. class is for boys only, and is open \n those who have not readied their ISth birthd...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHUCKLES, THE CLOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

fHITfK! F^ TOT fHIWN 'Here, you are, ladies and gentses,' tootled Chuckles. 'A pound of sugar to a packet of Woodbines you can't lift this weight with ono hand, so !' Of course, our clever clown thought he was on a sure thing, as he had arranged with Snig gers to hang on to the weieht underneath tho sta§e. But the muscular young Samson who ventured to try his hand at the game pulled so hard that he gave the whole show away. Phew I Snigers never had such a rise taken out of him in all his life ! A gentleman went Into a amcy s.hop to lmy comcthing. Ah it was early, the shopkeeper hail to k-- upstairs to (ret his eiuli.box in order to prociiro tome cIiuiibp. Uoforo doinR so he went into the little room next to ?1ho shop, and whispered to his little son, 'Watch the Bent lemon that he don't steal anything.' ? llien, hringiiiK the hoy ont, Mit him oil the counter. As soon as the shopkeeper returned, .*w child sang out : 'l'a, hu didn't steal uiiything ; I watched him 1'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Page for Young people [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

A Pa-g-e for 'tbung) People Dear Girls and Hoys, — I am so j;lnd t-.pt you like the new features. But they arc good, aren't they ? From all I hear, too. they will get better each week. You have not very much more time for the present competitions nowl The entries, with the exception of those from the boy scouts and cadets, are coming in very well. Class E, of course, has not had time to bring forth many results yet, but I hope the girls will send a host of letters. Also I hope ths scouts and cadets will respond more freely with letters to Class D than they are doing up to the present.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bush Brigands VI.—The Gentleman Ranger's Fate. JACKEY'S MATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

Bush Brigands Vl.==The Gentleman Ran* ger's Fate JACKEY'S MATE. In the meantime Jackey Jackey's old mate, Paddy Curran, continued to rob as before. He went to Major Lockyer's station, and entered the men's hut while they were having their Christmas dinner, in 1840. He had a pair of handcuffs hanging at his belt, asd was there fore thought to be a constable out on the spree. He helped himself freely to the good things on the table, and behaved generally so as to in duce the idea that he had been drinking. unc oi me men, nowever, saia ne aian v ue lievc that the visitor was 'a drunken trap.' and Curran immediately knocked him down with the butt of his gun. The man jumped up at once and rushed at Curran. There was a struggle for a time, and the man got Curran down. He was, however, too much exhausted to hold him, and Curran got up, The other men, who were all assigned servants on the estate, looked on and applauded the wrestlers, but not one made any motion to assist his mate, otherwis...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VERSE FOR THE DAT. THE BUTTERFLY. (A Grave in France) [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

VERSE FOR THE DAT. TlIK IHTTKUI'-I.V. (A .liravc in I'Vaucc ) Though all of Youth be dead And .toy with Youth have Heit, Sweet things ou little earth there yet will be, Tho star way« of the sky, Where memory's echoes lie, Shall mnke a path upon Hie pathless km. Love, that with me once knew How Auril liloauMNK irivw. How April songs could sorrow's self compel, Cleave this unfathomed dark— And lo ! the soaring lark. That sings above the Helds of asphodel. The heart thai lonely goei With leaf of Mummer rose Or laurel leaf, where long rank uukms U-s-, Sees Tsiyehe'n self upborne On wings more fair limn morn, A. ml set- the tun make gold the liiller cm-s. -Mabel Leigh.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BILLJIMS TROUBLES MISSING LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

[?] MISSING LETTERS. U.S.A. CV.H.W.i: 1 serin to have fc'ot no more (bun half the letter* sent me while 1 wan away. One from whom 1 expected to hear, at least n»w and again. (?*)'? she wrote me every mall-ami I did nut set a letter from her at all. I am told letter* not delivered at the front ar-- sent hud;. Where can I 11ml out ? (Cull on Lieut. Kergiisim at Victoria Hjmuks, Svd nc.v. ) A pintur. Tnr Volunteer: I have Ik-pii turned down liecmme mv long loe lay* on top of tin- thunm-lue, anil for that 'leanim 1 am classed as until for service. 'JIiIh Ik the only tliiu_ wrong with mr. ] have a good school record — hop-xfcp-anii-jinup, long Jump, mid quarter-mile over hurdle*, and I am a cowl homeium unil good shot with a Winchester. .Nineteen year* old. oft Mn, and lOnt 101b weight. Is a riding toe in keep me awav from th« Australian* in the fighting y HIS UNION DEAD. Hill (1(1: I wns u I'nionUl before I went away, lint hava come back with one wing gone, ami cnunot gel work nt my tra...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FANCY MEETING YOU! [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

FANCY MEETING YOU! No. 2 Charles Chaplin meets the Recruiting Sergeant.— (Drawn by H. M. Bateman in ? London Opinion.)

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THOUGHS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

THOUGHS OF THE DAY. Accustom yourself lo master and overcome thing* uf tllfflculti- : for if you observe, the left hand, for want of praclice, is insignificant, and not adapted to gpnrriil business ; yet it holds the bridle better than the right, from constant me.— I'liny. s To establish and maintain Norder, harmony, and ex cellence in the territory under one's own hut will keep one fairly well occupied. I call that mind Tree which resists the bondage of habit which does not mechanically repeat itself and copy the past, which does not live on it* old virtue, which does not enslave it«elf to precise rules, but listens lor and lias higher monition* of ctni-icieuce.— William t 'liuiiniiiif.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANZACIANA[?] TALKS FROM THE TRENCHES. HE APOLOGISED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

f^NZACLW^ TALES FROM THE TRENCHES. i-IE APOLOGISED. In fin- jiTnv-n'.utlon of a pan1/jmlm(j Wlilh't the firms; liiio ;i nrljulUTii made Ins Widow Twaiike.v ' ir.Oy with iiiiitiiioi'iHtis timilar t'J those of llic colonel of liis r«.Rl Jiii'iit. wVtxt mariiini; Hint peppery old soldier hud tlio j-ovmKi-tcr before liim ami aslied {or an «xpUnntioti '-r tin! comVuiinlcil impudence whicli mimicked a brass hut, Tlie (ipijin^y Olt) not Improve matters. 'I'm sorry I l.flmvH )i!-:« a (J ? /fool,' was the youthful exv.n s-iMi of (.'viitrition. PLAY THE GAME. One cliar.K.-tiTlttic of ilio A'JS-tr:ili:ms wliit-h hsu ir.:.'.!e tlicni mori' than j.'pul.,r with the Tomii,if-s i.-; il.'-ir uiisclfi.-]iiif-;..5. Tlio lliins nio.-t rci-PiitcO li' our u.cn in liQKpitnl in England is the tolot.tion of A\iiti^li.ur- for Mpwi;il attention, wlillu wounded JSrilMi are uvr.-iloo'.itJ— simply iK/c-nuso tiny are not Australian, in one of UA- hospitals tlie only Australian in a ward flatly f ci'n-f. | to he l...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WRITE TO MIRROR ABOUT IT THE HUN VOTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

-WRITEroTHE MIPROl? A BOUT it ^ «3£- ? & THE HUN VOTER. lileclor: Would It lie piwihlc tu find cut linw many (Jermiiiii there arc on (lie eledorJil lulls of the Common wealth. Thin would give u* «» Id'-11 '10W many Hun s|ile« (hero arc In Australia. Another wl of flj.iires would |,i- Interesting: How ninny Hi It lull |»cople are earrylnp on lituliipts In »n-r jMrfc of (Jcrnuny or Austria now 1 Fighting li not a hutlncBii, of course. Anyway, there in not a foot of Germany proper --u which we Imvc done any fighting io far. '' PRAISE FOR THE POLICE. Old llnionlfl: I nee tint |iro|ier credit In .talue given 1 lie men ou strike for tlirlr good lit-liavlour and for their xoliriet.v. Thi« !? the due of tin! men, and f make, bold to uy there in not a city In 4he world where 10.000 workers out of work would niurch In pro c.cfsion in ouch fine order a* our misguided cliapn do. At '(lie Knine time there In a lot of credit -luc to tlie Cliier of 1'ollce mill -o litx officer* and nii'ii,...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"THERE AIN'T ANY STRIKE" "GUV'MENT'S DECLARED IT ORF" INCIDENTS OF A MORNING RAMBLE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

'THERE AIN'T ANY^STRIKE9' , 'GUV'MENT'S DECLARED IT ORF' INCIDENTS OF A MORNING RAMBLE 'Wot Ftrihe ?' demanded the man lolling on the bright tjreen carpet which Nature had spread in the park. 'There ain't any strike,' he proceeded, in answer to his own enquiry. 'The Guv'me'U's declared the strike or! ; there's more men lookin' for jobs than there is men lookin' for work. Mt ? Ah, I ain't after a job. I got one. Tin a watchman for the Guv'ment. Bin five years in this country and ain't done no work yet. Don't mer.n to, neither.' He rolled over on to his left side and pen sively scratched his back with a twig. The interview was closed. Here was one contented man, ai any i a ic* MILK, O! Through one of the thickest bnnks of Idlers in Goulhurn-strcct, a milkcart was beiiK forced by the driver of the animal in the shafts. 'Wot's the 'urry,' demanded one whose leg had been brushed by the off wheel of the vehicle. 'Hospital milk,' shouted the driver. The crowd opened immediately. 'Let 'er w...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

IVlmt iv diflkully ? Only a won). ludicatliu; the deer«t' of strength requisite for aciomplishlnjf iitirtlviilur objects ; a mere notice of I lie necessity for exertion ; a bugbear to children and lunli ; only u aliiuulus lo men. —Warren.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

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

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