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Some Modern Mental Nuts. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

Some Modern Mental Hots. If the gas went out, would the electric light? How much does the .coffee urn? What does the fuel cost that the fireless cooker burns? Why should a fat girl be called Lena? Why is a vacuum cleaner when it is full of dust? If i farmer mows his crop, what does the dyna-mo?

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Films, Footlights, Plays and Players The Week's Feature Amusements. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

fjpilms, Footlights, Plays and Pla^llilj The Week's Feature Amusements. Wallace Reid gives a display of ? Aaxtriyig that will amaze you- It's * -picture treat about restless feet. Hiy thought his brains were in his 'feet, and they reckoned his . feet were empty. But their reckoning , cost them dear. . . 'Britannia's Sons' is a fine cos tume sketch, featuring some of our finest music. And how the gods marks tfine to it, too. ' K -A neat little comedy sketch, 'A 'Family Affair,' at the Shaftesbury, * '? affoifo some first class fun. This . companv is in nn? form at present, 'and full houses are the result of . their good team work. An enjoyable evening's entertainment there. The Ragtime Quartette at the Olympia gets as much joy out of it v-:as the audience. And you bet their hearers like them. _ Les Coney got a good thrust in at Kingsley in their duet. Coney :. gets some good work in during his turns ,\. --HH- Miss Sandeman is a nice dancer, and has both the face and figure to pJ. car...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Horse Sense [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

*3tf orse S*n$& 'U1 J (By Claudius Caesar). A curious' ahd unfailing symptom of declining civilisation is^rthe in creaSuig absence among a people of a sense of humour, or a sense of pro portion? such a manifestation itself in a thousand freaks of thought and of conduct directly traceable -to a distorted popular psychology. When we read in the history of the Egypt ians their extraordinary veneration for sacred cats^and sanctified croco diles, and their cool contempt ior anything so slight as the sufferings of mere proletarian men and women, we realise without further effort how such a people, rotten-ripe for ruin, fell as naturally from the Tree of Life into the yawning abyss of ob livion, as mellow fruit falls from its branch in autumn. When from the satiric tongue of Juvenal we hear 'the story of the Roman million* aire, Crispinus, who, born in domes tic slavery abroad, yet lived to pay 6,000 sesterces (£50) for a mullet, 'Tho',' as the astonished narrator exclaims, 'the 'f...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE OFFICE DOG Scrops from Everywhere origin of Uncle [?] [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

THE ©FFKf W6 I Origin ottfode&a. :: .- /T* In the to -A J8B, between ^aK|l erica and Great Britain,- «ol-ert^ Anderson, of Hew Yorlcrsw«$iM^#l in Troy, New Ybd^ krEe-amoantg of pork tor tf»e Aromran flrnrj^lrtl was inspected, by Samn^^uem^ who was popularly Jmownas ^Dl^fc- i Sam.' The barrels of aork ifrift 'M marked 'BJL, VSS the WOsm£^ peing done by a faoetsoes employee V^S low-wodcmen «be meanine « 4»^^9I marie Hot tbe letters U^.ior VtSSr-Zm ed States were tiienaVnW entirely :£h^ new to them). h& said he did ;nbt ~ M know, unless it meant 'Elbert Ap-^ « derson and thude'Sam.' «u1s6iiig ~%4il to UndeSam Wilson, lie ^ojas ~Ji took among the wodonen. M.^ ^ pidly gained iavonr. «mtil'-it f-eae- v^gl trated and was recognised m every 'IS part faf the countrv, * - ^fl Xaundenfonns«ul!£ttc; - The popular idea Hut til ji infer* ' storms cause a ?apid soarings of, milk, as well as^the spoSuufaf *ttea$ ~ ' and- other foods, is probably «ot-5 without foundation^ Ba&...

Publication Title: Mirror
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

NATIONAL HOTEL FREMANTLE. „ M. MULCAHY, Proprietor. HAVE A SPOT? LET'S GO DOWN TO FREEMASONS' HOTEL, SOUTH-TERRACE, FREMANTLE. Swan Beer & Otber Dinlnnn Drlx&s. ^ CHARLIE ROBINSON, Proprietor. When you have read 'The JtSHc ror' please don't destroy, it. Mail it to a friend in the country, who will enjoy it.

Publication Title: Mirror
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

United Typewriter Supplies Co. Ltd. TYPEWRITERS AND OFFICE SUPPLIES.. WE CAN UNDERSELL EVERY FIRM IN TOWN, AND GIVE YOU THE BEST SERVICE. CONSULT US BY MAIL OR 'PHONE (A3055). V 81 ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE, PERTH. NO MIRROR NEEDED IF YOU USE NU GOLD BOOT POLISH YOU CAN SEE YOUR FACE IN YOUR SHOES! ALL STORES

Publication Title: Mirror
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

HOTEL FREMANTLE A popular House ror Residence and Refreshments. BILLY BOULTER, The Cheery Proprietor. LET'S GO ROUND TO 'THE CLEO' CLEOPATRA HOTEL, HIGH-STREET, FREMANTLE. Georg-s Boyle. Swan Ale. ALHAMBRA BARS ROYAL ARCADE. M. DE PEDRO . . . Proprietor. Free Lunch. Finest Wines. J. D. EWING BUTCHER, STEPHEN-ST., FREMANTLE. 'Phone B492. Your home is not complete with out a Bath, Bath-heater, Wash Troughs and Tank. A Hot Water installation will bring you right up to date. MARK DUNN, 332 WEL LINGTON-STREET, will do the best job at a reasonable price. 7/- paid in advance ensures yoii a copy of 'The Mirror' post paid re vularly each week Tor 6 mcmtlis. Write now to the Manager, enclosing postal notes, cheque, money order, or cash.

Publication Title: Mirror
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

BRA HAM BROS. Fremantle (Mr. Boy D. Braham, L.D.S., A.O.P. Melb. Un.) 59 Market Street (over Beisley's) Fremantle PHONE B805

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

KEEP YOUR HOLD ON YOUTH Into the noonday of life carry the glory of your youth- The leaping pulse of perfect health, the beauty of yesteryear can still be yours. Pycrrhea, which afflicts so many over forty, will pass you by. In ?its blighting touch, Pyorrhea is akin to age. Its infecting germs de plete vitality. They cause the gums to recede, and the teeth to loosen. Take care that this enemy of health and beauty does not become established in YOUR MOUTH. Watch for it. Visit your dentist often for tooth and gum inspection. If you have tender or bleeding gums (the first symptom of Pyor rhea) use Forhan's for the Gums. Forhan's for the Gums will pre vent Pyohhrea — or check its pro gress if used in time and used con sistently. Forhan's keeps the gums firm and healthy— the teeth white and clean. HOW TO USE FORHAN'S ? Use it twice daily, year in and year out- Wet your brush in cold water, place a half-inch of the re freshing healing paste on it, then brush your teeth UP AND DOWN. Use a ...

Publication Title: Mirror
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

WANTED Girl or Young Woman; all Housfe hold Duties. Must be fond of children. O.f this office.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

iffflSRE TO BUY & SELL PROPERTY I -\ . M4TXAHDS. i V 'Bargain: broomed w.b. House, plas toed, verandahs, washhouse, i ? acre, elevated, 15 min. station, £300. £100 £100 deposit, 15/ ~ weddy, no-interest. MAYLANDS. BRICK VILLA, 5 rooms, hall, every convenience, {awns, high posi tion, absolute snap, £625; terms ar ranged. Fall Particulars to bona-fide buyers. Apply— SHEARJTS IMPERIAL LAND AGENCY - OPPOSITE STATION. MAYLANDS. Telephone AS898. ' IMJBT'T GBOUSB ABOUT I.AXDI.OBDS | BE OHS- TOTJB- OWV. ; At West Perth, within easy walking distance, we have a Neat - - Brick Cottage of four rooms, bathroom, washhouse (copper, W.T.) ' 'sewered, (paid), electric light, etc., in fact a neat convnient house. PRICE, £525— with, say, £75 deposit, and 25/ weekly (inclusive). WHY BE A BENT SLAVE? FOB FREEDOM SEE HICKEY & SON, ^^ m - , Absentee Estates Carefully and Effectively Managed. Mortgages ?: Cheaply and Quickly Arranged from £60 Upwards. A. N. GEERE & SON : HOUSE, LAND...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

J. J. BENDON Shoe Stores, High Street, Fremantle.

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UNITED STATES NEWS. New York, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

UNSTuD STATE? NEWS. Xew York. April i5. President Johnston, of the Interna tional Union of Machinists, bas issued a proposal for a world league of work ers to make war impossible by refus ing to manufacture munitions.

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Maylands Mems [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

Mqttiis Mens (Bv 'Out of Order.') The Mirror' was in great demand last Sunday. All the boys were smiling when, they saw their names in print, and the slips they made during the week. Some of the comments were sweet, and some would turn milk sour. Freddie Englett said if you go over the road they all talk about it and when a man goes to the pictures they 'pop his name in print. Never mind, Fred, stick to the pictures. It is reported that P.C. Patterson is being transferred to Perth. All our good men seem to be taken H|4»5r. If promotion, Patt., we con gratulate you. Stan. Ferguson, a good 'Mirror' man, was out to buy his at 9 ajn., - - V '-* and then drew each one of the lads' attention to the par as they came down the street. Why not sleep in on Sunday mornings, Stan., and read 'The Mirror' in bed? Mr. Lightley will throw it over the fence. Popular Matt. Barber, of the - 'Central,' paid a visit to the old love, Pinjarra, last week. The town is growing immensely. Outside of Perth, sa...

Publication Title: Mirror
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FEDERAL PARLIAMENT ADJOURNS. Shocking Admission. Melbourne. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

FEDERAL PARLIAMENT ADJOURNS. Shocking Admission. By Country Party Secretary. Melbourne. Saturday. The debate on tbe Prune Minister's motion to adjourn tbe House was con cluded to-day,, the adjournment car ried by 43 votes to 19, tne luaoour Party alone noting against tue mo Jion. Mr. Gibson, secretary to tbe Coun try Party ,made tbe ignominious ad mission that eleven members of bis party did not know what they were ? voting for when the so-called no-con- . ndence motion was carried.

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FOWLER THE FREE AND INDEPEN-DENT DENT DIDN'T HEAR THE CAUCUS CAW. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

rowi£R THE FREE AMD INDEPEN DENT DIDN'T HEAR THE CAUCUS CAW. Fowier, M.H.R. for Perth, has been treating us to an exhibition of his pose as a free and independent member. This is . delightful. So unexpected in a politician. . Unfortunately he spoilt it the other night. The Country Party stole a march on the Government, and, with Labour help, placed the Ministerialists in a minority of two on a question that William Morris Hughes chose to regard as vital. The' consequence- was the s*torra in a teacup that has been head lined all week as a 'Federal Crisis.' Now it trar- spires that Mr. Fow ler voted with the majority. His vote helped to put Mr. Hughes in the s hade. But here's the cream of it. When Fowler realised what he'd done, he regretted it, and :. commenced to proffer excuses. 'His mind was elsewhere.' Pro bally wandering back to the days when he left the domination of the Labor Caucus, and took on that of upon the refusal of Labour to give recognition ' in the shape .of a portf...

Publication Title: Mirror
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TROTTING 327th ELECTRIC LIGHT MEETING. A RECORD DIVIDEND. STATE HANDICAP [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

TROITING *27tti ELECTRIC LUSHT HECTWCL A RECORD mWlDEtlD. STATE HAMMCAP. *-r._50 sore. Wine furlongs. Mr. S; Butter's to la Justiciii/lnr Justice Huon— unkHOwn, SO 2-bd i todee, «D lihrt. .. ..._.' ?* » . Peter Huon, 115 Iihd. ..r. .'. '.'. \'± 3 Other starters: Neptune. May WUkes, Flonte Wood, scr.; Dolly W Billy BelL Tiny Tracey, «; J&rS, mTiSS^ Wllkes, Cyclone, Zephyr, Correct. Oto« Dare. Redwings, 75; Bos? WB^. 80: Bonny Rose, 100; RhodaWUkes. 4OB Won by so yards, Witt iTyards De Ttaie, 3.14. Bates: tie*. ? 'iVl;'- - Bettfngr:_s to l agst Jusiicia, s to ; S Peter Huon, 3 to i Qoreeze. ' ; Dividend*: S.O., «l/IS/-v place, «/-, - ??/'» '/-? -„ ; ' ? ?????. SIMONS HANDICAP. or 7 sovs. one nine -ana a 4uif. - Mr. A. Boag*s b m Woodtaiui ffTnMiL by l'aufien Bells— Maud, soUSS- I : Look x-ut, 30 Mid. .... ^^ o :-. Fluffy. 1 ObhcL . . .... ' ' ' 'I' Maori Maid, 25 bbd .. ... . '.'- *.'. *'x x Dead heat. . . '*?— ? ' Otfler starters: Rainbow, scr.; Coun tess Land,- S; Bewaken Ch...

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HUGHES' 'WATERLOO' A CAREFULLY CONTRIVED CRISIS. What's He Fighting For? [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

HUGHES' WATERLOO' A CAREFULLTCONTRTVED CRISIS. What's He Fighting For? Perhaps, somewhere in Australia, there lives a statistical genius cap able of estimating just how many brain spasms went to the creation af the tremendous and epoch-making 'crisis' that is now shaking the sides of the Federal Parliament — with badly-suppressed laughter. He might, at the same time, calculate the number of tons of printer's ink that has flowed in the endeavour to fill that open vessel, the Great Australian Public, with a sensation that something really dramatic has really ha».j«ened. The vhole business boils down to this.— A motion was being dis cussed \^ithoujt anybody realising that a question vital to the e?:isteuce of the Government was at stake. As nobody heard the Party whips crack, and since the Caw of the Rancous Caucus bird was oddly sil ent, honorable and independent members were actually guilty of the indiscretion of voting in accord ance with their convictions. No sooner were the number...

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STRENGTH OF PARTIES. London, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

STRENGTH OF PARTIES. London, April 15. Although the Government profess to be in command of even greater strike breaking I'orerg tlian during the Rail way stillio. and the newspapers arc featuring- every detail calculated to create an impression of disunity amongst the workers, it is certain that tiio Government lias never berore Deeii faced by such a tremendous combtna tio:i. T'iip Triple Alliance openly boasis that its power is greater tliah iiip power of tlio Government, and itie Oombi:i.-'. i.anonr Conference now sit ting is admittedly the most formidable in the history or the Labour move ment. On the other hand it fs point ed out tbat the food-rationing machi nery no longer exists, and all attempts of (he Government to maintain vital services will, in consequence ,be ren dered vastly more difficult.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

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