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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915
; Comiiaj to TIIUIJ f 1EATRE : -1 'M©irt SATORiJAIT, Oct. 2 ? '.. p AT SPBtSIAL MOKNINO SESSIONS. Harry Rickafds' Tivoli Theatres Ltd., in conjunction with Hugh S. Kingdon, present for the first time in Australia, JACK JOHNSON ! '-.' -',',. ..',' HCTUKES. THE flEAWWEIGHT- CHAMPIONSHIP OP THE WORLD, BY FILM. ?/ mp; CJffiEATfifit SlCfHT OF MODERN TIMES. * W^ch Daffiea fprifnrther particulars. PSICES: 3/-, 2/-, !/-»? '-'? ?? -?.'.?- .'?? N.5.W., ' - . ' BASEBALL ASSOCIATION. . ' ' ENTRIES VOtt ? ' SUMMER COMPETITION ' :?? Close on SEPTBMriBR SO.1 ?' . S. A. TYXEKi' Hon; Secretary, . . : ..'. _ 11T Audley.'Btrcct, Petcrgliam. Priwed for tic AUSTKAtlAi* PICTOIU^-NEW^PAfER COKPAfU^ Myers, The. Mansions, Uaoly, ' ' ? '-?? ''' ''? -S«»n--». i»'tl»e Oificc? iu-thtt ^onJp»nyrConimpic«i BuiWlfig, Ash Stoetv Sjilney.' ? ' ' - . '':.'k
MY SILENT FRIENDS. "The Great Unrest." [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915
MY SILENT FRIEN0^:| 'Thp Great Unrest.1*, . *' It Is with due penitence that I affmfl . that JII33 F. E. Mills Voung has hitherto) been to me a name only In the raonstroua : regiment of contemporary women writers, and the fact; as I realise from her latest work, 'The (Sveat Unrest,' is its onn' punishment. Mlsg Mills Young, in this : book at anyratc, holds a place apart, and I can,p.ay her no greater compliment than. ' finished the lioolc that I discovered th&t,; it was written by a woman at all. Foiv.; as a matter of fact, the majority o(^ women lvrlters, when they are not mor- ''. bldly obsessed with the nastier 'aspects ^r, of sex, fail to write novels which nro-' anything but more or less weak imitations^ of their jniiscrillnc contemporaries. ; ' .' ' *- '* '''? ', '?';'?'? Miss Mills Voting, however, realty Tirlte* '-; with a breadth of vision, a firmness ct ', treatment . and a surety of technique - which compel tho admlru'tioh of the nast ., captious of critics. .'The...
Some Reflections in The Mirror. That Other Job. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915
?'/'' *?*'??? ? ' -?'???' .. ?_.,?:?? v -?,-;.??..? ?-'???:-i.vw ??.'?.?'-;♦',.?.?;?? .' ??'?? '*!--* That OUiop- Job. ?-?'' ?' ?'? ? ?'?? . l'lIKRE are oeveral foolish questlonn on the wsr census card, but tho most fotlle of them alt Is that which aska us to- sa^- what' other work we could do boeld03 that' which wo are doing. Sorely It would bo far better If- tho CSovcrnment told us what we aro 'wanted to do, -and then let us find out tha way to do It Tb-? other way merely makes & ' Jdko of the material for tho cartoonist, t Bhould re commend th.6 Federal (JoVemment to coh sult with tho.Stpito Governments with ii view to getting the eflncatton departmenta In each State to orgnnhto sehpols pf in Btruotlon In tho, kind of worlc that la re quired, whether It !»? In eonnoctloa with the mnnufaciura . of ohells, , aeroplane parts, or uny other hind of work, i'ftero aro lots of &? who cannot answer theV (lueitlon on'rthacottsug p'tip^r who neVer- i tbolesa aro anxlono to l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915
MMtE ENTIRELY BY ABST1ALIAN MeOl. ???:?..? NO GESIMMS IN ANY WAY C0MNECTEP WITffl , ; TIE TOEWEEY ©K ITS; MAN^EMEOT ,/ claim that FOSTER'S is the. only Aostfalian Xager vrbicb is brewed that has no ... connection fritli Germans— eillier naturalised or umiataralisect - YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS SUNDAY'S ISSUE OF THE 'MIRROR.'
VERSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915
. '.: '.Vm$&L;^U,;-, fia, fares, the land, to^st^ifl^itto'ai&relr; Sjyiiore wealth acCttBfljtetes, o»4 ff»«» '*?* t& cay. - ? ' ? ? »- - ' ? ?'? - ^PrinfeeS opa'ilordli'Bwy ^tljwrWb; or taafly ?:? fade. ? ' ;; --?: ?: . ?:???.-?.?? .????? . '.. ??'?-? ?. fe breath can imvIW.thMftiaa.tt.lJreaU} has A made; - ..?'«??.-' 'jfeut'a 'bold peasantry, their country's ? -'puta:~i-'~::'c~'w.-T.'''s-~ r^-^apiaMumtf..:-: .'' ? ' ? ??'' '^r^'tJ'iS i*V:v'J?-^:'.'
SOME STRAIGHT TALK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915
SOME STRAIGHT TALK.: , . .Tilings are. progressing in the- cam- paign to., oust from the puWie . uer yices of the Common wealth. and from all possibility of menace outside every vestige of Teutonic influence. 43 It is eatisfaetory to note from the ?;?? 'debates hiJJie Nc\v . South .yfalcs Par liament thut the-Governmeht is tak ing some steps at all events to deal [with German-born officers in tin? ' various Departments. We ????regret that a^ party color has been given to ?these diseussiono, feotH inside and ontaidc the House, because, if- any question-was a national question, this partakes of that character. ' Blueh still remains to bo done, and ,t&e dis closures made with regard .to the Lands Department indicnto that it is impossible to say how far natural-, ised Germans 6r evea AustraliQn born subjects of German destentcftn bo fully trusted at this time of Im perial crisis. . : . ,i ;.''?;. ' ?'?? A good deal of pleading; has: been made on behalf; of rn,en/w3jr- may possib...
NEWELL AND BUCKLEY LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915
NE\VELL AND BUCKLEY LTD. The authorities might find it profitable to In vestigate this firm's connection, if it has any con necton, with Steffens and Noelle Ltd., which was declared an enemy firm a few months ago. The1 latter company was entirely In German hands, 15,000 shares being in tho names of Steffena and Noello Aktlen Gesellschaft, of Berlin, and 6001 shares, in the name of Eolix Schmelltscheck, a German, .who tn *n,\*\*#n*l In hn nnn* In fiftrminv. Aprnrdln^ to the last return filed with the Registrar-General there were only' seven other shares Issued. Mr. F. G. Newell, one of the two directors of, Newell and Buckley Ltd., was Secretary and . Accountant to Steffens and Noelle Ltd. Mr. A. T. Buckley, the other director, was previously engaged,, as traveller for the Pro\vodnik Co.. whose agency,; , was formerly held by Steffens and Noetic, and is, : now held by Newell and Buckley Ltd, The Tatter., ? firm also represent Messra. Mlquel and Vlnoke^p.f,,.-.; Spain, cork- ? manufac...
ANTI-GERMAN LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915
ANT1-GERMAH XEAGUE. The. following' meetings in connection with the League will be held' during the enrfuing week :r— Monday, (Surry- Hills), Add|son Hall, Cr6wh-st., '8 pjn.: Tuesday, (Wavcrloy), Coronation Hali,-': Bond! Junc tion, 8 p.m.; arid .(GiebeK'Univorsity Hall, comer Glebe and Parramafta Streets, 8 p.m.; .Wednesday, Haig's'. Hall,. Crow's Nest, 8 p.m.'; .Thursday, delegates' mcct Pitt'Street» 7.30 p.ni:; Friday, Mosman Town Hall; S p,m. Wo have b'eof-: compelled,- owing to pres sure on space, 'to hold over a number of Interesting letters and other features
NATIONAL SERVICE AN URGENT NECESSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915
NAffO^M SFRVIfF AN 11RCFNT IWfFOTY . .- ' (By VICTOR GRAYSON.) ' r: . . . ' ? ? ' ' : . . . ' ? -^ '.^IR. VICTOR GRATSON. WHO AT ONB TIME OCCUPIED A UNIQUE POSITION JN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS AS AN ; ENTIRELY INDEPENDENT .if EMBER, OWINO^ALLEGJANCB TO NO : PARTY, BUT HOLDING SO - :' CIAliSTIC- VIEWS, HEHE ANNOUNCES HIMSELF. AS AN ADVOCATE OF. CONSCRIPTION, MR. GRAY.SOWB - '?'? ,. ? ', ARTICLE IS' OF SPECIAL INTEREST AT THE PRESENT JUNCTURE. !- ^: . ? — — ^— . '?'-.'?'-' ' ?'??' :r- ? ????-?? - ,_ . =?. ? ^ ..???',' I 'wont every available man In every part, of the' British Empire to be- unl- ? i formed by the Government. ( 'Perhaps I 'could-mako It more, clear If I said that every adult male between the 'ftges of eighteen and forty-iive (who hoo . . been medically certified) should promptly , r be hustled into camp or employed, liy the Government rlccwhcre. . Needless to say, , ?, '«. 'medical examination would bo neces .?? . eary, and a '?conscientious staff of. doc ? tors -ought to b...
HISTORICAL INN WAR CLUB FOR WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915
mSTORIOAL INkI 'The Spotted O09,' one of the moJ hie new being used as a war .club for w jn-in. there in the Jhrk 1 Do'ls, formerly German made, : in' 3ervic6,men'o motor-c-cJ3:raBi on WABCLTO FOB WOMEN. modi historical of England's many ancient inns, is -r wlntin.- Girls and women aro being trained the Ark of toot-repairing. ?? ?'??-, e niw manufactured in England. '?ra - on *hs Bro&k'anJ'e trade