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PLAIN AUSTRALIAN THE RIGHT OF PROCESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

PLAIN. AUSTRALIAN THE RIGHT OP PROCESSION. Some things puzzle us. We are at a loss to .understand the attitude of the authorities with regard to processions, for instance. We ars not concerned with the rights or wrongs of the strike, but with the daily processions of strikers, and our feeling would be just the same if the processions were of Orange lodges or the Hibernian Society. We think that whenever orderly processions do not seriously, impede traffic they should be permitted. But theie recent daily processions have impeded tiaffic greatly, stopping the running of trams on a main arterial line for an hour at a time. And the question arises — if any persons in processions are permitted, at their own whim and will, to block services of public transport and greatly prejudice the comfort and conve nience of citizens, where is this thing to end ? If a citizen stops to speak to a friend on the pavement for a couple of minutes, he is promptly moved on by the police. Why should processi...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MODES AND MEN ON GETTING OX. Greatly Concerned. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

MODES AND MEN ON GETTING OX. By FRANK MORTON, Greatly Concerned. ereat y concerned because he couldn't ret tmngs I have never troubled about. There Sn' ^ 6lter tWnil t0 d°' anJ l *™ and ,e,l y P°Or dcvils '^Pt t° Bet on some nerionf ,'mothcre* Then there are ome ? P«sons who assure us that th™, hat more c'onteif e. lo'^r ™* looks a, them he contented one is to remain where one is. A Superior BilJy(icker that he has Got On.^dV 7 p SpEdTt satnayrsfnXnLSqHUeaWly ,l° -''*--«X« t£ stars. He has done nothing, said nothing— it whifc ° a»Vha^he Iias lh0UKht nolhi'e ««tS while-all h.s life through. . But he has Got ™ I ^nt of scraping to one side rather UK-re than half his earnings, hc has a sum in he bank almost equal to what an outside bookie might make on an outside course on an Off-day And so he struts and whee?es, poor, sad devil. Nobody tikes him, nobody wants linn. Even in the circus he is detpistd when ever he is not detested. -' A Sweeter Way. That comes of Getting On, and I'll have...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TALK OF THE TOWN Hot and Cold. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

TALKOfT»ETOWNi BYTATLER^* Hot and Cold. It is always interesting to watch public opinion fluctuating with the news. Last Saturday, when the announcement with regard to the Lord Mayor's intervention became widely known, every one of my acquaintances seemed to think that the strike was over. On Monday morning the general impression was that the strike would last another month. The Australian public is peculiarly susceptible to these changes of impression. It is the same with the war news. If Sir Douelau Haig captures a few prisoners and advances a few yards, the war will be over in a month; if there is a slight reverse on either front, it may last another three years. And yet we are said to be a phlegmatic race. Good Behaviour. It is remarkable, having regard to the large number of men on strike and the length of the dispute, that there has been so little dis order, and a tribute, I think should be paid to those leaders of the men who have through out done their best to prevent any di...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOMB PLANTERS Australian Naval Action HUN AGENTS AT WORK [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

BOMB PLANTERS Australian Naval Action HUN AGENTS AT WORK The Minister for the \Navy, Mr. Joseph Cook, Informed a Mirror representative during the week that the search for the Island steamer Matunga has proved unavailing. 'Not the slightest trace of her has been found,' remarked the Minister. 'Every Island boat available was out to try and discover what had become of her, and the Navy helped as much as possible in the hunt. It is a most extraordinary disappearance.' This trim vessel had 100 souls aboard, in cluding a number of Australian soldiers bound for Rabaul. She wirelessed when only a day's steam from her New Guinea destination that she would arrive in 24 hours. That is the last known of her. The owners— Burns, Philp and Co., Ltd. — and the relatives of those on board fear the worst, that the Matunga has gone down with all aboard without leaving the faintest indication of her fate. Her disappear ance is as complete and as mysterious as that of the Australian submarine early in ...

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

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

THE SPIRIT OF QUALITY . This celebrated Gin is spedl^ ^^1 'W W ' UTtl H™^ '*& J*9 OB ^1^^^ infe *%l7* tf**^ W '^.Y recommended by the medical I II i«S m W ^ 11 W^ W I « I l\l Maternity for tkose suffering %JL £ JLi JO M-A K kJ mJf JL\. JL Vi ML 1 ^ from KIDNEY COMPLAINTS AND RHEUMATISM. SEE THAT YOU GET 'GILBEY'S,' IT IS IN FRONT OF ALL OTHER BRANDS ,uc=lrao smVKY m A— J

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SHOT STRIKER: SCENES AT COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

THEtf&HOT 'STRIKER : .SCENES. AT COURT The pictures at the top show various parties associated with the Camperdown shooting case, in which R. J. Wearne, stock and station agent, ot Bingara, a volunteer laborer killedM A L. Flanagan, a striker, in self-defence. (1) Is a snapshot of Wearne (on the left); (2) shows Flanagan's brother with the family's solicitor, Mr. C. H. Penny; (3) shows Thorpe, another volunteer, who was with Wearne at the time of the shooting (on the right). The picture at the bottom shows a group of Sydney detectives -who have done very valuable work in connection with the I.W.W. and other cases. The names are (from left to right): Kecfe, Thornley, Jackson, .??:';???;?-? .?: - ,;; ,,'.:..' .-,„ /^Mitchell, Gallagher, Vincent, Ramsay, and Howe.. ??*-. ' - ?

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

THEY SAY That tlie activities in Sydney of a chemist of enemy birth need investigation. » * ? That some of the stories of obstructions placed on the tram and railway lines may be discounted liberally. l|: 1/ Hi That Jim Lsrldn is cither in Sydney or may be expected shortly, -/ -» » That the solution of the mystery of the explo sion on the Cumberland will make aensa tionnl reading. That the effort's of the A.W.U. to promote 'one big union' ure not likely to be assisted b;- non-;varlinpation in the strike, -h » ? That the men on strike arc to re compli mented on their good behaviour and sobriety. - is «? * Ti.il the attitude of the police in a trying time of unrest has made for the preservation of the peace, That while the Government' has maintained the dignity of the Law the men have pre served the dignity of Labor. That, after all, the public feeling is one of sympruny wiui lunum^m k.ij wj.^uj^^ *v, the mis-leaders of unionists. That if Russia comes to her senses before the Winter b...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VOLUNTEERS MAKING SYDNEY'S GAS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

VOLUNTEERS MAKING SYDNEY'S GAS '(1) Gasometer at Mortlake, showing volunteers' tents. (2) General vie w of the Australian Gaslight Company's works at Mortlake. (3) View of gas works from ? the water. ?

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

RIDDLES. Wliloh is Ihe longest letter in the alphabet ?— The letter 0, because it has no\ end. When is a man with a sure throat like it ponv ?— When he is n little llo(a)rse. What wind dues a sailor like be-.t f— One that blows foul, then chops, and then comes in little puffs. Where is happiness always to In; found ? — J n (he dic tionary. To what color does a flogging change a bov ?— It iniilies hit, i yell-oli (yellow). SlK'lI 'hllilirrv horse' in fnnr lellera — M T f! n fnnu.l e gee-gee). Uhli-h U the ciimi-M to spell, flildl.' de-doe or fiddle dr-dirm ?— Kiddle-de-dee, because it is spelt with mure e's (eii-e). When is a sehoolboy like a po-Maae. stamp ? — Wlx-n he's been iicked (caned) and put in a corner to make him stick to his letters (A I! Cl. Why is a beehive like a spcclalur ?— It is a lice holder.

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

NONSENSE NATURE NOTES (1»y VW.I.V i.KIUll.) The oMrlcli -wi-nrn nit rail I vr iilumri, »ut if u Ijlil you pilcJi her, She takes « fll#ht, ulthoiyfli a wle A\'ould iiinlie the oMrJcli richer. The cassowary of the pliiim Is likewise very 'Veiiry.' The tiatlvofi stalked litnt till they uiaj» T)»e ciissowary -war.v. The alligator loves her brood, So spoilsmen shouldn't bate her ; There is no belter mother tliiin The alligator mater. , The hlppopoUmns seU 'Jml' Especially when Hustered : The temper ot the. liippopot — Aiinia 'lib 'jiot o' jnusturd.' The dromedary yields her milk To Arabs fierce and hairy. Who therefore may he said to keen A dromedary dairy' The huge gorilla lives on fruit, Of meat he Is no killer ; Jlut. berries, -when lie eats them green Hakes (lie gorilla iller.

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

FOR LEAKING PIPES .. A Pcoiit. should always make hlni-elf a haudv man a, innt. the Inline and I-.-aUiiej.- water pipes give 'him a ihanei' tn show hk adaplaliility. Leaks in water pipes, particularly in Winter, cau=c much damage imle-s -lopped promptly. This is often dillieiilt, as a plumber's service1: are not always quickly available. Tinier .-ueli circumstances, tlie device t.hows in the sketch can lie used to slop a leak until a per manent repair is made, A piece of rubber vhuuld he placed over the leak, and !i wooden block fitted over it, the inner surface being curved to fit the pipe, 'How old is tlie baby now ?' Inquired Ihe lady visitor alter she had dulv admired and praised Uie young hopeful. 'Fourteen months' replied the proud father. 'And have you picked oul; a profession .for him yet V' 'Oh, yes ; we're going to make a doctor of him.' 'A doctor ! W-hy a doctor V 'Why, lie always -eems i-o pleased when he uees anyone put out their tongue.' DentM : 'I'll h.ive to charge y...

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

FLASH LAMPS You often wnnt to emu cut rale the rn,v- from your 1'iickel tla~h lamp on a ci'i'lain place, ratl'ier than ii.ive them -pread out n» they ale in mo-t lamps The uddilioii of a hum.1, which may be ?lipiieil over tlie lens as il-mvii in the illi:sli-;iti..n, foiiieiilniles the li-lit in tlii- mil ? ?. A f'.rip of tin, about l-:y inch thiik, 1 inches hum-, and 'J-inch wide; i, drilled at the ciulre, fcrniing an opening of thi! i-anie diamet.M- as the leu'. A short tin tube K «.,h1cml In 11 - over the. hole. The end- of the .?.trip are Lent hack at right iiiigle.-, to hold the device I'rnil.v ji-nii.-l the si.le, of I he tta-h lamp. The lump ? n i'-i'i in i in* f .)?( li'i'i i't* fiul.ien, and the clip may'bp remnveil quiekh- when not nce.'ed. II may he phited or lini.hed to Milt the Tnetai 1 'tuts of the lamp.

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

a\ u(}r.\r, DisriiiiirTios-. Here is another puzzle. The solution will lie given next week:— A slKipkeeper had oranges of three s-izes for i-ale— one ,, pinny, two a penny, and three a penny. So, of i-ourM', t«-o of Hi,, rccuui sixe, or three of the third size, were considered eipial to one oniuge of the first size. -ow, a huly who had an equal number of bovs and Kills, (?live her children -evenpenc-e In be spent 'among tl-.em all on tlii-o oninges. The puz/.lc is to give each Hitld an eqi.al di.-triliiui.iu of unuiKes. How' was the sevenpeiiee B|)e)it, and ho-.v many children were there V

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERESTING PUZZLES CARD TR[?]GLES SOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

INTERESTING PUZZLES t a it ii tiuanuu:* M-u~nox. l.nM week we «ave a raid iti-iungle pintle, K'r the iiifoi'iiLilinu 'if new readers wo give the inir.c.lp an well as the Mib.llon: ?-? An I'lHi'i'tatnluis little yw.rM' with curds is to tuke I lie nine wuilii of a will from ace to nine, inclusive, ini.l arr.mge tlmu in the form of a trlaiigle, exactly an ihowii In the illiistrallon, n- that tlie pips add up the siitue mi the three fides. In the example given it will be M'cu that thiy Mini to twenty -m each hide. -'an you urrange Iliem— (1) mi us to get the wnallesl jinvllile Mini, and Vl\ mi w to get the largest Mini nn-ILlu' y Wien you Jirive done this, which is quite easv, discover How many ilillerent ways there are of arrangiiic- the cards under the conditions. The following arrangement -s of the cards rfiow— fll ],]; *m*}k'st POfciMe.Miin, IT! and (-1) the largest pos 1 7 ft 0 4 2 4 8 .38 3752 0518 It will be seen that (he two middle cards of anv side may be placed in two ways and...

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

?Vift^'^ ?*ldNdGER t WE MUST ECONOMISE B BV^t[\ ^^V FOREMAN '. WHY. NOT INSTflL fl I^SA M/JlpDll ? . I I AUSTRALIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC COY^ I B Mazda House, Corner Wentworth Avenue and Goulburn St., Sydney B B Corner Queen & Little Collins Streets, Melbourne. 'Phone City 2646 B

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUSY SCENE ON SYDNEY WHARF LATEST PICTURES OF THE STRIKE [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

BUSY SCENE ON SYDNEY WHARF LATEST PICTURES OF THE STRIKE The top picture shows Country Volunteers tin loading an overseas steamer at Circular Quay, Sydney; the bottom picture shows a group of volunteers enrolling for National Service.

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

THUMBS DOWN TO— The traitors who so nearly brought abom the betrayal of the French nation by their dealings with the Huns. The religious enthusiasts — in the wrong direction — who are blowing hot air on the fires of labor trouble. The paltry thieves who are getting away with some of the contents of parcels posted to our fighters at the front.

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

WHARF PILFERING One of the Labor members asked a question in the Legislative Assembly last week as to the number of reports of pilfering ear&o from the wharves. His enquiry covered the period ' of fourteen days before the strike and four teen days after. The second period was not quite completed when the official reply was prepared, but the figuves, as far as they cuuki be presented, are interesting. In the fourtesn days before the seamen and their associate workers went out. there were reportf.'. ulsjht cases of pilfering from tnryo Iii the suIjk qucnt twelve days there were no reports c f this variety of offence. The answer will I.* discouraging to the inquisitive member

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

ANTHONY HOEIJEI1NS' FOR VALUE IN PIPES The A. H. & S. 'SPECIAL BRIAR at 3/9 (posted 3/11) is a pipe that will suit the most exacting. It is a cool-smoking Pipe, made from Picked Briar, with Vulcanite Mouthpiece, Sterling Silver Band, and Push Stem. , There are 10 Popular Shapes, as illustrated. PRICE LIST OF TOBACCO AND CIGARS. POST FREE ON REQUEST. ANTHONY HORDERN & SONS, LTD. ONLY UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, n ? f jfi lj vi'iv r» r new palace emporium, uriCRttela jtim9 Sydney

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