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LEARNING HIS LESSONS OVER AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

LEARNmO HIS LESSONS OVER ACJAIN. Many coldiers who hav» lost their rioht arm In balllo msy now b« seen lt«rtilna ' — ^ —ml to write v»»th th» left h»nd. ? ? *-\.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NO COLOR LINE HERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

NO COLOR LINE HERE. ~. ' Private parley, a colored mernbar of tho ArnwSorvjce Corps, is helped into his coat by a comrade taking, part in ths . Mile at the Atrferehet Atholtie Championship. .

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANADA'S MAGNIFICENT RESPONSE TO THE EMPIRE'S CALL [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

CANADA'S MAOOTFI0E3HT RESPONSE TO THB EB!PmB'8 OAtL. ' Sir Robert Borden, Canadian Primo Minister, visits tho Victoria Leaguo Club for. , men of the oversea forces at 16 Regent St.; London.

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REALLY ANGRY—NEXT TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

. KEAX.i,T. .ANGRY— NEXT TIME. . :' ??????'?. ' '. ?-.-?? .??:????'.??,?- - - ? ?-.. . Wilson' to Wllhelm:.. '!Tho, n«t tlmo .-'. you.:do .that, mind, I.nhnll l-6 really . angry.' — (From . London . 'Daily , '-'??'??- ???;? Express.') ' ','?'.''?'; ; (This cartoon, showjng the popular. I .: British misunderstanding of Prcsl^r I. dent WIIboii, was commented upon . - -Widely In America, where,: its bitter I ? tone ?was criticised.' .

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HAWRESBURY MEETING. CETINGE ROMPS HOME IN THE GUINEAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

THE HAWKESBURY METING. C6TINGE ROMPS HOME Iff THE GUINEA^. ??.?,,;. . 'The absence of, -several of tho cracks robbed 0e Boring' tneetiiur of the old es tablished HaVrtasbury Racinn C)iib of a good deal of interest. -Npvertheldss, the oxcolleiice -tf tho racing-, comileivitjtoa the big crowd Who made the Journey, tip to tho .ClacchdQti ; cpuiree, .Many, pf . course at tende'atho fixture wlih'tli-9 object o|Tgettins pdlnteirs lop the'1RandwicK mceUns;.buk;H caiihol bo said that tlie cac]ns:,-Iiact'oaccl much' that, waa not already-' kn'o*ni'~' lo.. A RUNAWAY— WIN. - With WaUaco I«lnglass (in absentee, .the Hawkesbury Guineas looked a good thing for Cetlngc, and backers cheerfully laid1 S to 2 on Mr. Barnett's colt. It Is doubtful however If anyone anticipated thaf ho would achieve such a Bmaslilng victory as was tho case, .indeed ' Cotlngo first, and the rest nowhere,' describes the race. Pan acre, who hails from Newcastle, made. .tho running in the early stages, but. wjien Wood gave ...

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

[?] .; FEOSPEglBrFOE DERBY W.'; ;„'' By 'MARPLOT.' tot'. With many. racegoers 'Derby,, pay' at fflteandTttckla'-the.moat tppular oUttng-.ot *7f^e wnole year's list of fixtures. It means — -ro'o opeijln.ii, of the Australian JooTtey Club's great spring campaign, and aih/wn moth gathering can always bo depended upon by the -senior dob. Next Saturday. '? nthrn Din hlcr Hnrlntf meetlntr commences, ! ' should prove no exception to the ruin, W | though Ml, Is fl.4t.t6 by expected dUflng [ war time that tho record ?will bo1' equalled. t Tho programme to bo gone through- !a on f exceedingly attractive one, for -fell fiur 1 best horses aro engaged, as well ns'tnany from other. States and from New Zealand .- v Under the. circumstances tJie racing should / -jo well worth seeing. . ? - _-? ' '-;: ., ' .' ' ' TH6 DERBY. '-?..';,, '?., At one time It appeared as though tho rich 'classic race— ^t cairrleo GOOO Boys^ added' money— would prove 'fairly open, ' 'Ik. now the reversa la the case\ for, t...

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

.tfrlMsri bafcy 'iota_%ptr get on wblt ; . 6ft^ik:tli9:toet;bing-pe(rioa is. a ... .-.., purtioui^ijr^tyinff'tiine for tho . ?' Jtnp^iei^ ?;]:-- ;-.?' : ;..i . ' ??? !6ai)y bijeomes feve^iBh, restlcsr tt«d (Buffers pijin jfiom swollen.. i. gums, Bl?eJt*leiaTict|8t. ?constipa- '.. ???^;:KifS^^\i'^i)l^f/~-m- even .:;. --brprtcEltiB.^-;^.;^;; ?';??? ?---r/;-': '. . .'.^Stjili'fii!»^'-io|^n,r-sp^tJtb.'1faiIaV.7 .'?; oiid , tho pfjor child becomes -, , . thiij,' iniserabfo and weak. -? ,? ? .: ? : . '^^ AcoqrseQ£SooTT!8' ':;,'l' ? yjMjeGsiir EnJnlsion piiyes all'1..' . ' .i^S^».'-ihiB. It gives tho . . i^^j^raj fibild Btrengtb. to ??'??« ^^ffl . ciftay; ftyer this ???'?--. K ^T '???'?? teyivB '-? , .period, ^ K M .????' '?' whilst '.its-valuable. H ''?mflA ^m0 salt* aid -the ' m i^fflmK' cosy formation of . M ^t^* otroiig.whiteteeth. . - ' .mm j*?'- ? ft'siat on gonnine. '?' . '*' - -^ '' *^j ; '? ? ' ' ?: ? .- ??'' - ''Women, who atecriininate In perfumes ? ^-wbmen who win 'have nothing...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Do You Take Mustard? The Knitting of Knight. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

[?] :?' ;:''- ? ': ?W^The ' mm- . AUJftLAll^J; v .::_- : Tho' Knlttina of Khloht. \ Julius Knight Is (till tourins the In terior -ot Australia. ? VFindiag tteao hamaf . heavily on bis ? hands, lie lias tnken' to icnitting socks. - TW» has caused hjni to be much in demUnd: at sockT teas and otbep similar, gatherlnpa. .'-! It led to a rather un fortunate contretemps - at . BurraOTnda, where the great a.ctor was nppeoriBK la his* famous Part of TCupoIeon in 'A Bojroi DWotceT'' ^BTe Sofl. '$$aXr detfvered fhnt thrilUng line, 'Thpoe ; W-ltlflb i; i-h)iat-&. how I hate them.' when an enemy alien lh the gallery belloHre'a out. ?'That's rlt|fit;~ Slve 'era «pcks.' Mr, jtCnigbt ytaa tip overt come for a moment that he forgot the rest of tbe celebrated Bpeecb .'.'??'? Tho Knitting Napoleon ;V- - - '?' .*?: ?? ? ?.' '.?:'.? .. ?- ? ?',*- Exceedrng the Speed Lanub -. ;.;: , -,?; Jack Johnson has been exceeding Mho ipce'd limit atairi.' Imtl'this 'time lhv tKe cause.ot charity. jTJi? ex-...

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

ARI^SEteWSPORl& '?' A- carnival In aid of the jippr waa held by the Army Service Corps at 'The War ren?*' Marrickvllle. ' yesttrday . afternoon, wh«h a sum of over £-0o was' gufnered. The attendance numbered upwards of C606.' The 1 00yds. championship was -won by- W.- F. McKay, ,' ' .. .

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCCER FOOTBALL CLUB LEAGUE FINAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

SOCCEfl, FO&tBALL CLUB LEAGUE FINAL. ; In' the final of the second division of th© Club League, Which* t^as decided at -iha Agricultural Ground, Pyrmonl Swimmers beat Rozello Fe'rnleigh by one goal to all, J'.CHllcn, notching thfc-wlnnlnB Boal.

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—PWNCIING'' BALLS— | well and strongly made from best materials. r'^rmeXbmubAtlilBsi AR'Y' 'sulatlon style,1 soft leather, very light, for ?vSmMflm^iSmmf ?' f«st wort ? T 7/6, 10/6# 12/6f 18/8 I wS&t&f/ ARMY«. rcsulatlon, finest calfskin, doublo stitched I -^Wm very fast ^ ? 17/B* 22/-,2S/., 30/-, 35/-, 40/ 1 &\~~-S$^ ARMY, regulation heavy, selected eowhido, extra AAtvV ? EXPERT, medium size, rubber cord for floor and ? KfillwvWlik^jjsBk rope, for celling- attachment ? 8/6, 12/6, 15/.T ^W~*WlmB EXPERT, rceulaUoti sire, special e'ovo leather, '- V~-^SW& W^ doublo. stitcted, very light ? 21/-, SS/-, 30/ 1 jfflHsil I EXPERT, medium size, best selected hide, rubber I mUtl I PORTABLE, b Irons' leather cover, beat bladder, spiral 1 Mm fflB I Bprlns upright, and heavy Iron baso, complote .. 40/. . Jfip- Wmtey» SPORTING REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY^ «j^-. . F«r Full Particulars of all Sporting Requisites sea Our ^?*r -- New Edition Sport* Llit. Port Free. Mfff W...

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

if ? 1 FOR PARTICULARS OF THE 'MIRROR ' FHOTO ! GRAPHIC COMPETITION | '. ' ? SEEPAGE 10. ' ?? ^ ? ???? ? ? '? ? '? '?'- -^ FURTHER INSTaiLMEN'Tv- «JF.j-:MISS MHeK^S H PITTH ©F^ Gt©RY M IN NEXT, SUNDAY'S ' MIRROR.'

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN AUSTRALIAN SOLDIER AT STONEHENGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

AN AUSTRALIAN SOLDIEB AT STONEDENGE. Stonehenge, one of England's finest memorials of antiquity, ?? was sold at auction during the week for £6600. --.-'.

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

DOdTQRS RECOMMEND ? , . CAUTION I OwId? io the heavy laeteisei Spirit Dol(« there (- - tendency to , place before the public cheap and Eaferior Giai loc»Ity boltletf, and of much reduced strength, and Email conlcnli. ? Always iuk for ? - * PIUJEV'B Dny ClU.bolUed la Edgfcwd, and yoa have a guarantee of good strength, full cootcntj, and the fluent Gin' DUUIIsd la tho world. Specially recotn.mend'ed fay Docion fof Kidney Complaint! ' * lad Rhcuniallsm. ,, , See that you got GILBEY'3. TUCKER A CO., SYDNEY - . Bola Agants. , ,

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

^j^ -n-v:', mr wimm\ . A mirror's function, ag nll-'mcu allege. Is to reflect the world in colors true; The proper purpose of tho bevelled edge 18 to look sldewavs and bco things askew. |j£ The ,Unf»ilihg Crop. ¥' |Whcat may fail; lucerne may wither In jjt? the lone drought; fruit may fall unrlpened 1 from the bough; graos pastures, under tho .y sun's firce kiss, may become a memory * only. ?These facts and some others have K made the farmer the optimist ho Is, and f- taught him the bitter virtue of patience; ft- but there Is one crop which never, fallB. Ji* Tho whisker-mowing industry goes * steadily on morning by morning In spite JC of sun, wind, tempest, and hall. The g up.pcr hair falls out because It is of some 3V, Blight use; the whiskers go on growing Kt even alter death because they have no li' thing eles to do. ? Now the word1 comes & i from overseos that once the war ceases, $ . from troubling razors will bo put to sleep W/. and whiskers allowed to waye in the 'win...

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

-?'':.??'?,'. :-'-??-. ;:- '-^ ^??o--'''-' j, ' ? ':±y . . '.''*:' ' .???;?'? ' ? :-:' - - ' ; - - Th© : - fifi?%aa© ' : fox* ; ' M©MaTbS©- ? Gooda aiModftrato Prices. . ...» ?'?_?' - HAtB TPU'SEEN ODB ? ';{Jai»BOiAi# oisfi^a^ .'?- . '?: of -?'????. ?? ? ? Millmery Frocks Gdats Parasols Glovcar Hosiery ' For Smart Frockera at the SPRING RACING CARNIVAL I We feature exclusive and c&anning modes at strictly moderate prices, and invite our many patrons to pay an early visit if they would avoid disappointment. 9ur Spring ftfid Summer ' Cafalogqe^ ???'? ? I , ?will be posted on receipt of a card. It i3 a reflex of fashion, and ? V indispensable to shoppera yrho live out of town. ? ? ? '?;' We pay carriage within the Commonwealth on drapery, but not on ? ? ' carpets, linos, or toys, iElJ^ WELCH, LTD. 589-581 ^EORGE STREET - j w-x Between Liverpool and Gonlbnrii Sts. ' ? . »Phone;4306 City, ' - . ; SYDNEY. { _..,?.-' ? ?'.- ? ? ' . ' . '. ? .. - -i^ ' .''?'? ? ? - ' ? '?' ..f._, :'...

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

;??'?? 'The CJreai Money-Saving Eemedy for . Costs 2/- Makes Cue Pto~Bpal to 12/- Worth of ether Rgmgdies Why not use it and save the- half-sovereign? Nothing gives moro speedy and effective relief. j MR. FRANCIS BIRTLES, the Intra I pid Explorer, who has just finished hi» j fifth adventurous Journey across the j Australian Continent; hat written ths I followinQ laudatory lotter:' The (Manager, H'ean'a Easence Viy., 176 Oastlereagh^t, Sydney. Dear Sir.i- Haviag just re turned from my fifth trip across' Australia X difilre to inform you i th&t I have found Hean's Ksscjice an Indispensable article to acCom pgjiy me on my it&v&s. I have aways adopted the practice of tak ; ing frith me as few articles aa possible, concentrating og things which are absolutely easentiftt In the unknown paj-ts of Australia through' which I have recently ' passed, the- explorer is sometimes thousands of miles away from the . nearest centre of civilisation. Dur ing my recent' trip I o...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRIZES FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS. "MIRROR" COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

PRIZES FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS. 'MIRROR' COMPETITION. ' In accordance with tho announcements 'made inprovious issues of 'Tho Mirror,' .'?we have pleasure In giving particulars of rStho Photographic Prizo Competition .? ?which 'The Mirror' proposes to organise Jt lor, readers of the paper.' ? *v°* Prizes will bo given for the photo -gbaph of— ? ? 1. A typical Australian scene. - 2. Snapshots of military subjects.'. In each of these two classes three prizes will bo given of photographic materials to tho value of £1/1/-, 10/6, and E/- re spectively, to be. obtained, from Kodak (Australasia) Ltd., Sydney. Separate prizes of 10/6 and 6/- will be awarded to boys and rMs under 16 years' of . ago for the same subjects. The' competition will be. confined to amateurs, and photographs must bo1 sent In to 'Tho Mirror' Office not later 'thaii October 10. ?'?..?' ; A ' To meet the' requirement of 'reprodil.c- tlon and fast printing, bolQ subjects will have preference, and It Is a condition that the ori...

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

; -r^:THRiFL -??.-; THE WATCHWORD OF THE EMPIRE. . However contentious most important questions may bo, there Is 'one matter about which perfect unanimity exists. That la the necessity for. thrift throughout the British Empire. Leading statesmen fcava expounded a policy of economy jis essen tial to the well-being' of the Empire; inhd it in perhaps the only move on their part In recent times that has not aroused hostile .criticism.' ? . ? Thrift Is essentially a practical virtue. practical ; but wo must bo practical be fore wo can.bo-thrlfty. He.may'ucquiro a.' fortiine by good luck, but all the luck in the world will not moko him thrifty. Genius has been, defined as 'infinite ca pacity for taking pains.' Practicability may bo defined as tho ordered observa tion of. minor things, ftnd tho application of the experience- thereby gained to tho end-In view. And 'it: Is- only by tho care ful study of .minor economies: that na tional thrift will assume proportions that matter. ? Tho new su...

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