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Commence our Great New Serial Story To-Day. The Story of a V.C. IN LOVE ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SYNOPSIS OF OPENING CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

Commence our Great New Serial ;;/: ??..?? Story To-Day. .-??/'???; ? [?] % 1 Clara Hay ' Hamilton. j ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. ' SYNOPSIS OF OPENING », CHAPTERS. V Sir John Adalr, baronet anil man about town, is In love with Peggy II;irdc:iBtle, a. i young nnd beautiful girl. Peter Howard, a young sculptor, who is a close friend o£ ? ArtaifB, is also in lovo with Peggy. Owing to Sir John's manner,- Peggy ilc .ciiled that ho is only amusing himself with her, und she receives blm with cold friendliness. At 'the snmc time, she re fuses to marry Peter, who she has known all her life. Sir John finding himself re buffed is more determined than ever to ?win Peggy Hnrdcastie' for his wife. ' 'He , pressed his. suit with all the ardor, of 'youth, but Peggy, her mind made up that .ha is not serious, refuses him.:, ??-.???'?''.? ;

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

;?-?,?-:?.? , ??war.'1 '?.'.;';'v:' i'olWhnjt haa happened- to Sir-John?- : 5?! _ .That 'was wlult everybody, was asking, iv' .His 'friends (and he' had an enormous 'circle of them in London)- found that his caustic wit had suddenly. becomd'so sharp, ?: eo ruthless, that his society was in dan ??.?'?'bot of proving itself disagreeable to. the ' .nolnt of imnossibilftv. Ho wur cross. ??; nasty, eliarp-tongucd,' bitter. r : Tlie fact was that poor John Adalr wob having a bad time of it — the -worst time he had ever bad in all his forty years of eminently, successful life, in which he had 'succeeded persistently in enjoying ' him self, and regnrding the world as his pro vince. ? And now ,he was up against it. He could not eat. He could not sleep. Hour nfler hour . through the midnights and tho dawns hercador'strode abputtbel '? .«jity . tr'Jirig to .'wipe 'out that 'distracting . Image in his brain and longing for the morning to come. But when the daylight .',,-ijroke jhe. found himsel...

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

FBEE 0AMPtl8 OFFERED; , Free samples of the now laxative, Flnk ettes, .'containing sufficient -to givo It a satisfactory^- trial will be sent ' to any reader' nf 'The Mirror,' mentioning, tbls paper, and sending name and address to the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.7 Sydney, Pinkettcij will, be .fonJBd an^ excellent lnxfitivfl onmblhiition. .teat' ahoulil reftllv help to cure ' that ' dangerous condition known' as conEtipation. - When thejr are tajjen 'according to directions, they aro de signed to correct the irregularity so' that the patient will not- have to take.cn' open In? medicine day .after day. ? They, are' a safe fitmiiy medicine because they contain no habit erfiating- drug; they are dajntlly got up; easily .given to children, and they act thoroughly without pausing Sickness und griping. . ?

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

VEinraLbipsRi SiS^rg - wtnch mnyooe ro»7 acquire tH» wnple ud atnunni Mt.' wkb 'exjuopfe* bevr to practice. Abo txMtnKtnns ro- ? ntaUbM roajic- wrKnllo foe imitalioa ttfde, mioal*. «tc» PRICE Chdr li. 8J. ? ' BOY'S FISHING OUTFIT. Cemplcte &hins oot£l d Got i on ftef, wtli flo&t, tinier, and book, oae l5«.Gae» Z extra hbeoL'and tm b«A*bctx, packed in neat box. Parted I»7d Crom Arialo-Au*li«i;»n TtabUtlimgr : Co^ W.r.rlotf OuuU., Cco.*t,Sr-*aeX. N^.Vr% 106 p*f» On. Jvroki. tmb, noTfffeieB ttc^ ?ent Vnth otdef PIANO and Organ Playing a S.lfT«uch! In 38 Hoar»bT WILSON'S Maslca! Isdkator. Xeunt apimub lo ? tadr nwfa ' kBawtedsttcCmaricsrclMU.- YonchmiriteKiBgofliTma- ^xnenponttd in 36 boon. Qautar FWce - OUT. Waw.b&ttcrbimbbholtt l0.6J.bttifc.na1l3O tU». wiD Kod onl fee 2a 6d.iod WiU iodiS FREE, w ? Mtdrt. whJct!itTUil,ti«!i« JEme»lHo«»n'«popiv. ia Sonp. woctb & Eolf^zoi mtttc^kll pott ff« for 21 9. j Aii(*'-Ara»ric»n Pub. C«^W«le»l» P*n&**-. ' Ct...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FASHION GOSSIP FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

^FASfflllN GOSSIP'fROM 'LONDON. '? ,.;;; -? '??'.-?? -'Bsr.u^lm^'MaekenaAf.''- ? -v-:'.' '{'t '''?'-[ MISS RITA MACKENNAL'8 CHATTY FASHION LETTERS FROM I.OND0W SWILL IN? EUTDHJE BE)' AN ' ATTRACTIVE FEATURE OP ' THE MIRROR' FROM THE POINT OP VIEW OF ITS WOMEN READERS. MISS MACK33NNAL Jg- A PAUGHTER OF JWB. BERTRAM' MACKENNAt; ^THB FAMOUS AUSTRALIAN SCULPTOR. SHE 11=1 DOING A GREAT DEAL OF-WRITINQ FOR LONDON PAPERS. i '. ~ '.-??'; LONDON; August 0. ?; ; Pear Betty, .';'..*' . 'rt.l ''' .'' '?' i '' \'' ' , It la August, Aaha~her6.I-tim etui- In London! A t-nr ft^yp rest,to.souiowlicrp near by is thb only' holiday that one finds time to lake, Hits' year, and ?profcably- noho of uh will bo the worse for It,. ., Fancy / August ana nt- weeki.ettd- Va&Uear-ttieiertt scarcely ft -bjg country .houEu that -Isn't now a hosnitalor convalescent .homo fdr. soldier men. ? . .'. ?..??. ' Slnco wrttlhjj you last I've had quite an exciting week:— tonotiBsf oilier things; two khaki ' weafllnK...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BRITISH METALLIC FILAMENT LAMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

A BRITISH METALLIC-FILAMENT.''-*;? : ','.. LAMP; ' . ?: ??.?'.?; '?''] At Ponder's End, Middlesex (Eng.), Is i; ?* a factory run by British capital and em-',; i ploying British labor. Here the 'Royal .-i Edlswan' electric lamp is made. . . . , . .-. This lamp is. the. original electric lamp .,' '???? as perfected by . Swan and Edison, the- ,:? original inventors. And just as it ao- ' quired tho lead at the first, it has main- ,. tnlnVirl If r^xtrtv olnnn ' ' . ?? ' '^* It excels in variety of design, solidity '..' \\ of construction, finish and efficiency; In ? fact, all other incandescent electric lamps ' aro imitations of the 'Ediswan.' ? ?-. '.''.;?', Lamps of cheaper manufacture at times'.'^ appear upon the. market; but solid' ^jj British workmanship Is the cheapest iai- ?!?- tho end.* ?'?'.?. ?'.* .'*|.!:

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

, ..Everyone Should Read ^ Sunday's 'Mirror.' ' l&g&lMl/ More sufferinfi ^ic's men and ^nS^^^*/! K rag^*^W women through Indigestion and the fli^SisP^ ?'?'-'- ^^ZiSlfif ^au'y action ql the stomach, liver and '|/CijGi£&^l - ?; W^Mwm bowels, than from any other cause. The \^V^^v2i : K/6ylllii body loses energy and tone when the food we -vlv^^i '? '?.'K^fnH '' ^t'e t'oes n0* nourish us 'u'y owing to bad VwUfPli? ' ^ffHH digestion. The appetite declines, and there is VJ0Ktf(g' Vmmai oflen P.11' before or after, eating. Disagreeable \l\V^^i '^SfW ^a'u'ence and, waterbrash, prostrating headaches, nfuB^:' ? ?T. mini - biliousness, cbstiveness of the bowels, and p_alpita- 'llliKt- : ?'3™/ tion of the heart are among other afflictions. If you WJjlfe| ''' 'Will are Onc of '*e vast ^rmy of victlms whose bodies are W^W , i a/ljf/ starved because they are .robbed by Indigestion of lUnH ^ gjfj// Proper nourishment, let Mother Seigel's Syrup help you 1|/aIm ''???'.;; . ..3H...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR BRAVE BOYS IN GALLIPOLI Ashmead Bartlett's Pictures—Exclusive to the "Mirroe." [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

?fe©^ MOW.®-' IN :- ?- GAiLriLl POLL Aakmca** Bftrtlett'oi' -Pictttroa— Bacoliiiliive S© the 8I Mirror.' ???*-? ? * ? ^ ? uM.,u,....i.iu.,.i,...^. (1) Australians discuotino the* position In owe of the intervot* of trench warfare (2) A ramarkable plrtur* obtained, at Sunset, showirtO a British soldier viaitmn ' hi» comrade', orave on tho olitti nearCapiHollii: (3)' Wounded Australians returning from the firat droaaina a «t-on behind ths firino line. (4; A-st-a1 a-. ..... ?,..:..,?..-. DunrouU. ;— (B) Chief inlerpreter1* tent, ahowlng iiolea* made through Ik by ihelU.(6) 'Shorts' in the tranches—*** Austra ians, with thair love for scant clothino, .f': , ~'.' have'' cut down their' full-length lreuser».u; *.r. Battftiheini, chief interpreter. ,(8) Galloping to the firino line w th ammunition. (9) A Turkish prisoner, who, :?*'.?'?.? . . before the war, was a hairdraa'ar in Conttantinoptr, cutting an Auctralian's hair

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMAN AND THE HOME. THE ART OF GOOD HOUSEKEEPING. Grilling and Broiling [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

^ ???????? ' * .' w ^THE ;AP OFjGOODJttOUSEKEEPING. By 'TvtlALIA.' QrUIina. and. Broiljna , ...V. ??.?,.;,:, ? ; i nave. now- njreftay gi ven. a 4ew simple hints: ^pon: economies^ in, hdUsokeeplng,'. so to-day I^hbpe to interest my readers'1 in some of th.q littler things which go toward)? the details -of success in the' kitchen. Let mo commferico'WItU tho art of grillldg1, ? a-' port of Austi-ttUa'n cook«ry which medna mi^ch tbWexdfr the comfort and tewto of the ho«ne lover; The 'grill is ahrc&dy an liisU(,utlon in thl« country and the value oi the grill In cooking meat and fish, in Hiln-nrnw In fnc ma«A' Itnhnn4nnr .than Mti«Yf' Of ijs think, tfhfi first thirta- 1.0- bb knQyai IS.thnt tho, meat' must bo turne-l, oftot u-ore ttyp grill Sooh/lurnlns fowc? the ghiy»jnt-- th* coiHrt:of.th«i.i»cat. ikjiQ piuSey 4t to i6a^^venIj»..eiBKed BtiftXeJJi pf rWtir* tj*lph Jo Jlu?t aufjficlonfc to m^te It tittdjbti as U ?)j1efcbij(«sfr^«!/»ad0-l by^to 4j»n' Juices. This iiJfniijSr. tiiu...

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

-'I Triple .Concentre.*. .. t .-;. .-... ,...;'i , i jMnQHil.rc';^,1^:.^ :,.,... ::.J_;;,. ....;. ;^;- '- l&au 40 Cotoft&Q ..':'.. ^v .fiflHUHft ^ - ' -'V ;, ' i%lii be, fiutuJ tt£. '1 ... .'..'?_ .^^^» -;.:?:. ?^ very highest '' , .. '' JJj^^kH^.' v-' ~- BlailJanJ of T3aii d( ' f!^M^^m^jS ' /V'-eoioswtjfW-Baf''^ ? B^^^Bj''.^' ' .'?' selection from, th« . f^SH^^S woridV finest foits,''.. I fjJESgnefi ' tlia hio3t stlmu- ,.- |'^v*3*^ili - ? lnv-Igornting hftvo. |fe?^™S^^ r' . ? \ ^cen ^lendeu in ' -^ MifE^eg^p^ffly.,. * : if. Trlpfe^.C-mc«.«b-: .' -ij.'o.'-.'1 .;'- ? '-? ??-'.-'' .,?;??? yjitiptii- .'? :'yf'. '? Y- .'?':-,:y:.-.^i ?;;, -Ewi' ite eolojm*. . ' ' .;, :f,;-; '_ ;-.? ;'-'; --f^ . |; -. ,'( -l^^^^;i*M«k*if-M»».__.,.r-. ' \; |.t'.^-'r;'fv;^i&|^ ; C-;- '.'?-,'''?? V ^i '?'&'? ?V-l^^'feR^^{-W;^toA!i5tor';;r''f'''''l'-~v ? ?0f!^&$jii^ ?: ; ? [I'Seie- f»urpartlcu1luri(,' apjiiy Jo, . ?'. '''.'. ' ?jg, t'A^^B^hT. General SecrtUry. V. ?'+.....

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MIRROR OF LABOR. CLERKS' UNIONS CONFER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

[?] [?] CLERKS' UNION8 CONFEff. Another attempt (s to bo inaJo.to ad Just the \dlfferencco . between the two unions of clerKfe in- N.S.W.— tho State -and the Federal— with- ft view to unity. Three representative* .of tho X,abor Council will assist in t.ho negotiations , with an. eiiual number from each of the two unions. Tho N,S.W. Clerks recently decided by a balr lot of two 'to one to Join tho federated body, but certain conditions were involved which the constitution of the Federal borty could not meet Nevertheless; 2E0 mem bers applied for membership, and were admitted Into, thft N-S-W. hrnnnh of thA l-'edeiratlon. A recent 'newspaper para-. £raph was headed 'Lerk's Union,' but the clerks this time are In dead earnest ?'''??-? V »? . ?? . ?:SENATE,.Se{-ECTroN BALI-Of. f ?yjio-. ballot for. the, aelcction oittl^ce ]-f;8.'Wr. vLabor ca'hdid-teB' lor'the $?nato opened on. September 16, ftnd wjUiolooebn Ueccrtt)Cr'31i' As a. safeguard agaln3tr,a po3slbic -Influx, of inombers' who; 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

SEND US Yep] SNAPSHOTS; .m. The Editor of 'The Mirror' will be plc-sed^.io leceivajfli- publi cation interesting pbotographc by both Amateurs and Profes sionals. Payment will be mads ' for photographs accepted; films wilt, if. necessary,, be developed free of charge, 'and originals will be returned if desired. - ' ?'? Snapshots relating! ,to. men' or ? ^eventr'afHW front ?-wII-bJi'BiNicii'- ally welcomed. . -'.-. _ ? . . ?

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

(HARBOR EXCURSION FOR r THE WOUNDED. ,. ;';'; Tlie Motor Yacht Club's first harbor excursion for the wounded, on the IStli inst., afforded the men a most enjoyable '.'.afternoon;, ana ''was -much ..appreciated. In order to make as 'complete .S success of tho outings on October 2. November C. and December 4, at least fifteen cars arc \ necessary for each day.lind at least ten ; more cars for tho thrfco dales are badly ? needed. ' All owners willing to fisalst In ' these most beneficial outings to the nien ^flbould at..once..communlcatc...wlth .the ? .. hpn. Becretarj' of the M.Y.C, Mr.- E. C. Griffith. 79 Liverpool SU City. Crhone . City 6905). . ?'.-..

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN AND BRITISH GOODS ARE BETTER THAN GERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

AUSTRALIAN AND BRITISH GOODS ARE ; BETTM:THAN GER1AN. K ' (Special to 'The Mirror.* V The roiiowjng tablo is a practical attempt to indicate plainly to the public and to wholesale and retail' traders that 'tho exact equivalent of German or Au» trian gqods (made, owned, or controlled, wholly or substantially, in an enemy .country) can.be obtained from Australian or British ' manufacturere. \n most 'cases the latter, produco articles of much better quality and in many cases much ' cheaper than their foreign competitors. ?? ? , ' - a Many -people imagine that there is some special value attaching to Duch names as 'Aspirin,' 'Formamint,' etc. This is not . the case. ' They are merely German trade marks? in respect of well-known cnemical compounds, and do not involve any ?' secret process or formula. -As a matter of fact, they are made equally well, or better by Australian or British firfris. This list should bo cut out and preserved, eo that when ordering or purchasing ; articles no ass...

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

1VHEBIB THE' BEST- PICffPBES; ABB. ' : - ? ? . xMfflSUri?kL- ' . You must see the Fun-F«to at. . ?; ? , , .' . iilil . , GLOBE ' GSAND . AND' MAJESTIC. . ^^^PiP^^» ' COMMENCING TolMORROW. ! j' ; ,',[ 'y; 1 VI C \ ' tir. ' ? / ? ' In .his : latest 0. A A. Comedy Riot, ...'.,'.' '-: ?A^Sr: ;aJW. 'TEE 7EM1^::.;.:* : ' i '2^_-»^'t Tha funnlsit yat produced by the Famous Comedian. ? ?'X I MlEk^llBS AT LOW PRICES .WITH PROMPT-. DELIVERY. We curry largo stocks H OREGON, WHITE PINE, RIMU, and BALTIC FLOORING^, LININGS, WEATHER- Ifl BOARDS, etc., REDWOOD MOULDINGS of every de'icrlptlon, .and, moif other m Timbers required by. Builders, which wo supply at special prices. Only 1*t: Quality H Timber handled. Sand us your Inquiries. Price Lltt posted Fre6 on 'application. - [a MMPJEEFIELli ?&; EEiPf -. , .'. J TIMBER MERCHANTS (Yard, Wharf, and. Saw Mills), LEICHHARDT-STREET, M CLEBE . (Blackwattie Bay). . ?..'? ' ?'-' -.,'.', ? M Minutes from Glebe' Tram Terminus. 'Phone, M1923, M1925. ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

?'.. '? YOU €ANNOT7'A|^R)i?;.;.^6^1Mi^;;^p^

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SNAPSHOTS IN THE KIDMAN CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

' ; ®MA;iP®MO*rs ? 'iis toe v proM^j^^^Se. ,' By ' Mirror 'r photographer. ?The, accompanying; ' snapshots wero . taken at;;Parlinghurst last*- we'e)c' 3n the courso;'ot-tbo lntcrostlDE..casti hiard bo , foiro thp'Hign Court, which cat in criminal jurisdiction on the charge of ' conspiracy against Arthur Kidman, Major Frederick William- '.P&ge,* Major- Arthur': Qcorgo ' OTOonueJV, and Sergeant Edward; Leslie regarding tho supply of stores to tho mili tary forces of the Commonwealth. The Crown was represented 'by Mr. T. Roliri, K.C,'and Mr.' It'. Wlnaeyer, in structed by tho Commonwealth Crown Solicitor; Kidman was defended by Mr. Lamb, ICC, and Mr. E. M. Mitchell, In structed by Messrs Mark Mitchell and Forsytb; Leslie had the services of Mr. J. M. Bonders, Instructed by Mr. P. M. Sanders; O'DonneH was defended by Mr. C. Taylor, of Messrs. Dowllng, Tayler and Uaaibhald; and Mr. Plckburn and Mr. Coyle, instructed by Messrs WIndoycr and .Williams, appeared for Page. ? . Tho c'...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRACTICAL PATRIOTISM AND PRIVATE ENTERPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

i PRACTICAL PATRIOTISM AND ]l PRIVATE ENTERPRISE. iMi ? '—r-~ . ?? ' ??'?':''.: V'!3 We have been long engaged. In arttgeteEfftj things ? over our wharves to tho dem- 4.^5 .ment of local enterprise. Wo a»a*tt-i-r»Ki1 ho^o'ver/l playing '.'a B(ftn's game, . and' BrO;'\« facedl^with rugged Vacts. '.'lipt 'ira 'reffitta*-1:^ her that .real- patriptisni. cbrisfsta nidrje; in . S; wha.£^wo,do than in wKsit vvo.Eay.'J. '^ ' 'i-;^ Thfsis 'oi plea for 'fjifr iliiy f or dn),' Ads- ' -yi trallan . -in?cntIon-;:;.'Itubiiera(r.'-'-.''..^ii«.'.-Ki Bubntance.ls bolhs .manufactured ftt . 113- ??,- ?mar ? vi|''i-'btV VM'i'Vti - 'J^ wi-vj.| »»»«fc^- **T^* j j :~y\ mlses to :Uecqme,an lmnqrtant Unjilstry. ?!i Last'Weok^wo aealt wlili' its. one ?aiioa-iVjSiS vantager-sllghtly grcatoic:- ';Welg.Ut'-.-6j(an;:v^ olr. -..This week. .we. wtll^aiscusa.ltjj,^ft--.-'S vantage's.' !. ' .-.,??. '?'; '??'?.'' :''-'? ? Elaitiolty^-This,' as far as., ordliiow;;'^ tests determine. Is- equal .'to air. (Thfeilbflt , ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

FAULCONBRIDQE RAILWAY STATION. THE' PINES ESTATE Absolutely the-firat and the finest land to he subdivided at :FAULC©NBRIDGE. (For many ycarstho homoof SlrHfnry Parkcs, and chosen by him when he had the:. choice or nil the' beauty spots of tho boautlful Mountains. Named after hla motbor, Martha Fuulconbrldge.) ? : ? , Comprising 87 Excellent Business and Residential Sites, all kqcx), well-Improved . land. Including one larse block with a handsome residence, 'The Pines,' erected .tnoreoD, fortnery. the. property. Qf tho Iato Mr. Hardman. - ' For 'Sale by Public .Auction, on the Ground, '- - Satur4|iy,s0ct. 2, .1915, at S.30: sharp ABSOUUTELY THE LAST CH/VNCE ON THE MOUNTAINB. ,.\ ... r of Sccuripg:Land Rlghtat a Railway Station at Orioinal Prices! ? With Katoomba beforeus as an exomp'e. of what can bo done on the Mountains' In a few Bhorfyeara, where land, now wortu £70 or £80 a foot, sold when first thrown' open for. hardly, as many shillings, will be only too anxious to secure one ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
In the Limelight THE LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY "SUZANNE." "The Firm" in London. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 26 September 1915

[?] THE LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY ??SUZANNE.' *Tho Firm' in London. ..;.-; Welle there Is no doubt that the firm of J. C. Williamson Ltd. owed a great deal ??'.'? to Australia, It 1b equally clear the Aus V tralla owes a great deal 'to ' tho : Finn.' 'J.C.W.' tiaa become a name to conjure with Jn the theatrical world, - and the spread of Its enterprises has' constituted a magnificent advertisement for the Commonwealth. ? ???-???- ? * ? ? ' v ? . m ? . ? - ;'??: And now I hear that the scope or opera tions of this already huge~cbncorn Is to be . bOU further widened. Having successfully disposed of all serious opposition jn Aus tralia, New Zealand, and South Africa, it has been looklnB round for fresh . fields to conquer. It was almost a fore (jone conclusion that such an enterprising, organisation would ultimately bo at tracted by the tremendous scope for competition which London affords. The ^ expected has now happened.. Having : Becured the London rights of 'High Jinks'' . tho fi...

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