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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

MUTUAL HELP BUREAU ' [Requests for information should be ad dressed Aunt Betty, Mirror, Sydney.] J..1'. (.IVniaiiisi).— You c:in olitjin tin; motor i-csirf s-i'k at Farmer's, Ltd.. !'Ht--treet, lit 4/11 « reel. Vie, (Klifciheth-w., -ityl: The following iirescrljuiuu h given us one likely to lie helpful in rumoring wiper Huous hair : Spirits --i camphor .In/, peroxide of hydrogen Hoz. J'onr out hull1 a lc;i-.pooiiful. Id which mid ii few dro;i'S Of ammonia.' I'Mr-t re:nove tliu superfluous hair tiy applying dlrocjly i» it jmre pou-dercil |dicuiiuol, by which means tin' root hairs, lire weakened. The camphor lotion must then he applied dally in the manner de KTioril until the damaged root's mv entirely killed. E.A. (Murfingi. Wollonionihi: 1'ninfnl corns hIiouI I lie covered at night with -i pad of cotton wool soaked in sweet oil. Tliis softens the .-kin ami makes the com less painful. To prevent torus, Lathe the feet every morning in cold or warm water, to which a little alum or vine...

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

i ;: ; palac;e: ; theatre: ' ; ':.; ? ;';, I .?.:=?: :;-,:?.? .'.XlfJUXI.y ;.VL':S. ? .- ,c:- '?? '.-.?- .'' :. ? MATINKK'- SATIKDAY AT 2. . ?'-'. ?? Sydney ? .Vuiii'«s'airi(l''.1ii'!-V-\Vi11or 'ji:« ei,l ' .' . : ? : : Look Who's Here ? '-.?if.ii TIIK Wllll', tljt ''H, Mi'16'luiiia'tii-. Hur-. -? '' ..'?.'' » I ;',. ? ''.--. Je*qily . yi-l.' , ... , -. .-. . . ? ? ,'.?-?--.-.?-..: coiiiw: i)is(.'oiMtsi:. :??-; ?'*??. ?„ ?.? : ?,. ,, ;! ' .'Thh^Miiljli1. tulle 'lui'imd .soiucvvlnit ?lii'mib'.. ii|mn (lie in- . ? .1,. Ii-I«i-ic3-: ol'.-tli« -fopil i,uobl(Hi). .. ? .... .,',.'-..' ? 'Til lli- about 'l'wii'Wiiirfr''liiii(Mii-,' .mid tlip ' ftcfu^idiu! '. ^ , j ? : ; . ', liplp lo'tliV 'oli'l 'liiind'j 'oii(;'b (ji'O'l I'lToiijih I'oT ilii'' if : ' ? ? ! ?' 1 Iftjii. 'lict.il.'.: :?' ? u.' : - ::? .??( ?-??-?-.? ?;.'?? ;r- '????''? ? -'Aye, ..tiny, c-uii .|;nocl- .off -.tJicin -!niirsp.-., iii^d , wcl-, ...... ooiVio, '.'.,? ligiwl Ilii' ' vt'tOiuiii. ?fi'i-l.iiiif.lyj' 'liiil ' l1n:y i...

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

ATHLETES AND OTHERS WHO DESIRE TO KEEP IN THE PINK OF PHYSICAL CONDITION, USE THE RELIABLE HEALTH AND STRENGTH BUILDERS. iIb^vj^ mr- r0M M0RRIS ? ?-.- MR, TOM. MORRIS, of Parramatta, whose fine performances have kept him to the ? fore as a swimmer for several years, is also a Ju-Jitsu wrestler of nD.nscan order, and in the latter capacity has given many exhibitions at patriotic functions. In ? 1915 he . founded. the Castle Hill and Baulliham Hills troop of Boy Scouts, of which he is still ? .scoutmaster.. He holds the St. John's Ambulance Certificate for first aid to the injured, and is Captain of the All' Saints'. Church Lads' Brigade, He has taught many Parramatta boys 16. swim, and has to his credit the record of having rescued nine people, from drown ? jng.' He is now 21 years of age, has built a model biplane, and it is his ambition to get into the Aviation Corps, -*so that- he 'might do his bit for Empire and liberty in one of ?the most' hazardous' bVariches' of warfare.- He h...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN'S WORK AT FRENCH'S FOREST COUNTRY VOLUNTEERS' HELP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

WOMEN'S WORK AT FRENCH'S FOREST COUNTRY VOLUNTEERS1 HELP. By JEAN NEWTH. Last Sunday week saw nearly two hundred oi the voluntary workers from Moore Park travelling with the usual voluntary workers to French's Forest. A special tram took them to Fort Macquarie, and an extra boat took them to Soldiers' Rock. On the return journey the men insisted on taking up a col lection to defray the expense of the hired launch, Praise from Experts. While opinions differed about the soil at French's Forest, twelve experts in land, farm ing, and building were unanimous in their praise of all that has been accomplished by the voluntary workers in less than two years, especially in regard to the cottages, inside and out, and the plan for raising citrons, for which the soil is particularly suited. Practical Assistance. In the hour before lunch a number of men harnessed themselves to a plough and ploughed the ground of a soldier's wife, and also re moved an immense pile of timber to make loom for the p...

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

A CI.EVRU Ki;«J(iKSTIOX. II would kave us much-needed Boor n|i«ee and con ?iderable money if more of our woiupti customer,! would use the »t airway when going up only one Bight,' said the department store manager. 'I wish I knew of some way to make Vm do it.' 'Why nor. takt the mirror* out of the elevator* and put 'fin on the slalr*»' uigg^U-d bin bright a«M«t«iit.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR BUSY FINGERS CHILD'S KNITTED DUTCH BONNET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

FOR BUSY FINGERS CHILD'S KNITTED DUTCH BONNET. MiilerliiK -Three «.kclns of .1. and .1. Baldwin's .Vplr Scotch lingering, two hone needles, *ize IU ; a ttnall crochet liwt;, mid :i.J yardi narrow ribbon. Note. - Uoiiblv - rochet is : 1'ut the book into the Mitch, draw the wool through, wool on n ? lie, draw through the two one I h» needle. Treble croi-ht'C l- : Wool on the needle, l.ilie up the stitch, draw the wind through 2, wool on the ini'dle. draw through -? C'ml on J studies, turn. Kir'.t row — Knit I. incrcu-c t, knit 1, turn. Second ioiv- Knit 1. incriMse 1, knit S, turn. Third row Unit -, Increase 1, knlL .'I, turn. Knurl h n.w— Kull -. increase 1, liiill 4, turn. ?l-'ii'tli row— Knit II, Increa.-c 1. Unit 1, turn. Sixth row Knit 3, increase 1, knit 'i, turn, .?mil -o on, hicrCiiblng I ewry ,mv until you have 7.1, then knit 'M ridgi'i without iiie'vuslng, and then to decrease — I;'ii-l row— Knit '?-'-, knit 2 together, knit 'S, turn, Si'cuiid row Null ,'l'i. knit ii togethe...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
At the Movies BETTER TIMES AHEAD. WHY SHOULDN'T PICTURE ACTORS EARN A PITTANCE? HOPE FOR CHAPLIN AND HART [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

At the Movies BETTER TIMES AHEAD WHY SHOULDN'T PICTURE AC TORS EARN A PITTANCE? HOPE FOR CHAPLIN AND HART By FRANK MORTON., Change Is the order of the day in the Triangle Film Corporation. The new manager, Mr. H. O. Davis, late of the Univer sal, said he was gding to fight waste. Inci dentally, it was believed that a first effect of his economising activities would be to drive Mr. T. H. Ince and Mr. Mack Sennctt out of the . concern ; but he said not. He held that, though Ince and Sennett were expensive, he would manage to pull through. The Triangle (?nnffa/'f 0\t ♦ time m cr*nt1*rM*n «??#*? t-*4*s4 ** -*i1-i*-ii of £10,000 a week for each of them, out of which they had to pay costs of making the pictures : which does not, however, mean cost of production and major incidentals, A Comfortable Income. After making due allowance for the costs they personally had to meet, if Sennett and Ince filled the conditions of their contracts they would have each made a clear annual in come of at ...

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

NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES. Amongst films io be released during the com ing week are the Sawdust Ring and the Stolen Treaty on Saturday and all next week at the Lyceum; on Monday and all next week A Self Made Widow and Whose Baby at the Crystal Palace; Charlie Chaplin in the Fireman at the Lyric; the Message of the Mouse at the Strand; and The Derelict at the Grand. * * * Charlotte Walker, one of the stars of the Seven Deadly Sin*, features, will be seen in Kindling, a five-act -feature which, is to be screened all the week, commencing Monday next, at the Globe and Majestic theatres, in addition to The Chorus Lady. «? * * An entire Los Angeles theatre and its per formers were leased for use in The Chorus Lady, a five-act feature starring Wallace Reid and Cleo Ridgeley, which will be screened all ,the week, commencing Monday next, at the Globe and Majestic theatres, in addition to Kindling. * » » The Cost of Hatred, a five-act Paramount production, featuring Kathlyn Williams, will be Mond...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NEW FILMS FORTHCOMING RELEASES Star Suffers from Stagefright. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

THE NEW FILMS FORTHCOMING RELEASES Star Suffers from Stmrefritrht. Stage-fright, a common complaint amone&l artists of the legitimate stage and the screen, seriously threatened the production of The Sawdust Ring, when Harold Goodwin, Bessie Love's youthful support, who lays claim to having seen sixteen birthdays, appeared in his opening scene for this picture. Goodwin had previously been an office-boy at the Triangle offices in New York, and was transferred to the Culver City branch. Paul Powell, who directed Miss Love in this picture, happened to notice the boy looking at some players he was rehearsing in a previous production, and un consciously following their actions. Mo&t noticeable was the wealth of expression in the boy's face as he went through the pantomime of the artiste's actions. Powell straightaway had Goodwin placed in features as an 'extra,' ultimately starring him in the Bessie Love picture. All this greatness was too much for Goodwin, for as he went ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE LIMELIGHT LATEST THEATRICAL GOSSIP BY SUZANNE. Cyril Maude oh Eccles. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

IN T WE' 'i ' LATEST TIIKATIUCAL (JOKKII* I»Y SL'ZANNK. Cyril Maude ub Ecclos. ! , Those who have been saying, in spite of hi* record, that Mr. Maude was a one-par' actor, must have lia-1 their minds dlttahusetl if they saw him on Tuesday afternoon as Cedes, in Tom Robertson's cup and saucer comedy of Cfste at the Actors' Association's Benevolent l'und matinee. It was. a kindred performance to that with which George Anton made Syd ney familiar during a six months' run at the Criterion Theatre in 1890. The main difference was that George Anson. with his round and fruity voice, played Eccles as a dipso in the mellow stage, while Mr. Maude's tippler sug gested the acerbity of one who was suffering a recovery. Both performances were equally admirable. Some Other Farts. ' In point of merit, the next outstanding per formance was the Samuel Gerridge of Stephen Scanlan, at first over-noisy and vulgar, but afterwards a sound piece of work on tradi tional lines. Betty Murray, did not seem qui...

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

THE FLAG. By Canon Scott. .... Ah, dciiwr than fame is our lund'n irreut name, And we lldil whcrcuT we be, Kor thi' inotheix nud wives that pray'for Die lives Of tin1 linivu hciirln uver the t-ea.

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

THE SWAN'S FLIGHT. By A. B. Paterson. Oh ! ye wild lilnok twain*, Mwore a world of wonder 1'or a -while to join in your westward flight, With the stars above, and the dim earth under, Through the cooling ulr of a glorious nijiht.

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

HAPPY DAYS. By Mary Hannah Foote. A fringe nf ni-hcs— one green line rpnu :i Jaded p1«\iii : A silver stiejK ol wiitcr-Oiine — A.bove tiee-watehcis twain. It was ntir rc-tlnsj-phicc awhile. And still, with bad. ward gaze. AVe say : ' Tis many a weary mile— Hut they writ happy days.'

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

GOOD-BYE. By Ada Cambridge. Coml-bye I - 'il« lil;c n cliurchyard bcll-fiood-byo 1 I'oor M'trping eyiw ! I'uni- head bowed down with woe ! Ki? » me a^niii, deiir love, bclorc you no. All mi1, bow fii-t Ilie iireeltuis niiiuiciits tlv .' (.?nod-bye, (.iood-bvr !

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

TIVOLI Harry Rlckards' Tivoli Theatre, Ltd.. ,' ??? Governing 'Director ..'?.. IllXiU ft. Mi'lX'1'0311. 'KVJilty KVE.N1XO AT S. ? .- - ? Mutiiiocs Wcdiicada.vs ? and Saturd«y.«, 2.30. ? - VAUDEVILLE DE LUX% A lirilUant .Array of Set?, ? ,' . THE FftVflRITE FOLLIES, hY.U BV IHSsS'VKn'A I'EAIICB, IX 4j SliXl'TES ? dP'l'TX. ' . ' ' .1. C. MACK'S TAXTO; ''MOTHKIt aOO.SE.' Malxillc Moruan, Tallcnr Arnlicws, K- lly ari-J J)iiii;-', X«li!M.n ami llurl.y. Plan Nic'iiolh'ni'fi and Tivtili. Tliuni! Wll fur TO APPEAR SOON ? ' .' : ? MISS ? ? ' 'THE GIRL WITH THE SMILE.'

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

NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES. Colonel Mapleson paid Adelina Patti £1000 an appearance during 'her first American tour.' » . «. * Lois — the youthful tenor whose best perfor mance with the Gonsalez Italian Opera Com pany was as Alfieri in Cavalleria Rusticana— isl in danger of losing his .eyesight.. . He was given a fine benefit in Melbourne lately, .' (t ? ? ' ' W ' * Miss Dorothy Brunton's farewell perfor mahces an'9 send-offs . were so enthusiastic as' to cause the judicious to fear that this modest young lady might thereby 'oe spoiled. But there is little fear of that.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KEEP ME IN YOUR 'EARTS SOMETHING NEW IN AUSTRALIAN LYRISM A NOTABLE PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

KEEP ME IN YOUR 'EARTS SOMETHING NEW IN AUS TRAL1AN LYRISM A NOTABLU PRODUCTION. Mi«* Dorothy Brunton sometlmt* ineel* with hard luck. She met with hard luck in her farewell-song. The music is well within her compact but no young .woman dimpled, with the world before her. can hope aptly to inter- j pret any such pure flight of poesy as thin. In ' hi* own Australia the poet. Claude McKay, | has so far been basely neglected. You will : search in vain for his name in the anthologies. ' He its so modest that you seldom detect him in : the Bulletin. And, positive though his origin- j ality may be, he never makes a noise or waves , a Hag about it. It is true that at last he gets ' some trilling recognition. The World's News, : for instance, reviews the farewell song in a \ siyle and manner ; which is surely a great compliment. And the Theatre Magazine re prints the World's News helpful words with ! manifest approval. And now the Mirror comes in to join the glad chorus. l-'iirmli w* 1-y in...

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

GOOD FUN. A lot of fun can be got out of an Air Gun, especially these cold evenings, and a tourna ment for a small prize will keep a house full of boys and girls going merrily all the time. An Air Gun proves very useful at times, too, when the noisy cats play up. You will find a splen did assortment at Mick Simmons', Haymarket, Sydney. Call or write for list.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLD COINS MIRROR READERS' SPECIMENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

OLD COINS MMIlOlt READERS' SPECIMENS. C. Boesen (Blacklieath)'. '1 have a coin which I was told is valuable, and that there are only four in Australia. It is a bronze coin (twopence, I think), and it is slightly concave. It has on one side : Georgius III., D.G. Rex, 1806, with the head pointing to the right. The edge round the coin has a milled groove in it ; the other side has a figure, of Britannia on it pointing to the left. The figure is nearly similar to the figure on the English pennies of to-day. The coin is in very perfect condition, It was dug up in an old yard in England.1'

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MIRROR of SPORT HORSE, FOOT, AND MARINE- Whose Harvest? [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 8 September 1917

T'M El j\ ;TO0P°/jP01?1 liOKSIS, FOOT, AND MARINK -By 0 ur Corrennondents. Whose Harvest ? Five Saturdays at Randwick 1 And a holi day, too, and a Wednesday thrown in. We can almost hear the gurgle of delight that conies from the homes of the oppressed in Israel. We all love the opportunity afforded by headquarters, buoying ourselves with the hope that the next time is to prove the fallacy of the so frequently proved rule that Randwick is no good for backers. And we know that if \UA fin (ml *t titm tiinfn it- its frart «*?*- 11-» r* mtnJ one. Meantiine we do not see Ike in the bank ruptcy court. There will be no trams on Saturday, but we shall get there just the same. Then Rosehill will have its enhanced day, fol lowing which will be Hawkcsbury, then two A.J.C. Saturdays and one for City Tatt/s. What a harvest for somebody ! Can you pick who somebody will not be ? Tote PosBibililics. It is 'a pity the Tote is not ready to begin with this big programme, and everybody will hope it is ...

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