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Clyde Cook [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

Clffe coek . v ? Clyde Cook opened his solemn baby eyes on a melancholy world in a small Australian village. . Five minutes after his birth an earth quake took this quarter of the globe by the throat and gave it a severe .shaking. The oscillations of .old Mother Earth must have entered into His Infantile Hishness. for little Clydie began to wriggle and gyrate right then and there, and he has been convuluting ever since. When Clyde was a tinjr youngster he used to amuse the neighbours by giving imitations of a slippery eel on the curb of an old well, near his parents home. Seemingly unable to walk straight, he could travel in dizzy ellipses which would put a snake to shame. - One day Clyde absentmindedly stepped over the curb and landed fifteen feet belotv. While the neighburs ran .screaming for help the 3roungster hung by. his toes from a brick ledge at the side of the twell, and made faces at his reflection in the water. This 'secured i»is fame, and soon thereafter Clyde became the...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

?affio M f 22' g L GARRY STACK'S SAVOY CAFE (Downstairs). NEXT METROPOLE HOTEL, HAY-STREET. ? . ? , For a Good Price and Quick Sale Send Your Goods to GILL t DONIEV Auctioneers and Property Agents. 129 MUBBAY-STREET 'Next Bon Marche). . WHERE TO BUY AND SELL PROPERTY 7 Per Cent., 8 Per Cent., 10 Per Cent., 12£ Per Cent. Invest Your Money on First Mort gage, and reap the benefit of High Cur rent Rates of Interest. We can find a suitable security tor your money. SCAD DAN BROS. FINANCIAL AGENTS, 66 ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE, .PERTH. DO YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL - HOUSES AND LAND? P. D. CLUNE, . Second floor, A.rT.P. Buildings. Will fix matter satisfactorily. Tel A5217. DON'T GROUSE ABOUT I.Atf DX.O&DS BE ONB-TOUE OWN. 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 convriient house. PRICE, £525— with, say, £75 deposit, and 25/ weekly (inclusive). WHY BE A B...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHOW FEATURES FOR THE WEEK The Grand [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

SHOW FEATURE* FOR THE WEEK The Grand TVow Showing: 'HUMORESQUE,' Starring ALMA RUBENS, Willi .Supporting Features. Commi'iicinfc Wednesday. 'WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES' ( B ryant Washburn ) . Willi Supporting Features. The Majestic i\ow Showing-. 'A DOUBLE DYED DECEIVER,' Starring JACK PICKFORD. WiTli Supporting: Features. Commencing Wednesday: 'BLACK SHADOWS' (I'eg-gy Hyland). 'THE SHE TIGER' {Gretelieu Hartnian) in Support. The Royal Showing All the Week. 'DINTY,' Starring: WESLEY ('FRECKLES') BARRY. (First National Film). Supporting Features: 'THE KALDA RUBY' (S.S. Drama). -- 'VAMPS AND SCAMPS' (Comedy). ?' .*. The Stage His Majesty's Theatre. — J. q, William son's Musical Comedy Co. iir 'Irene.' Shaftesbury. — Peter 13 rooks Amuse ment co. iu Ilcvucs aud Comedy. St. George's Hall. — Royal Pierrot Com edy Co., nightly, at 8. the Palladium Xow Snowing: ? . 'MID CHANNEL,' -, Starring CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG. 'IN THE VALLEY OF DOUBT,' A Selzuick Special in Support. Commencing Wednesday: 'A ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

782 and 764 HAY. STREET. 79 MARKET ST., FREMANTLE. MLR. W. L. BLITZ may be con sulted at above addresses. Full Upper or Lower Denture, £2/10/-. PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. Perth Tel. A3041. Fremantle TeL B691. I. J. BENDON saw stores, Hi|l St., FTMfllle ft E G I IN A E Q TE^A I AH Good Stores. 2s.3d.-2s.2d.-2s. A per Ib. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

ffnantfrs Mtor W.A.Hocy corner High*. Packenham Street . Slttt-CMfMtt UltJIf He* il tie state. No. 278 MUftRA?ir^i^pcr;:3l {Two Doors West from #0iiam St|| Surgeon Dentist: ? ?''? HARRY BLAKELY, R.DJS., Wl& Having sewered his connection, with MaSan and Firth may , be consulted at above address.: . lidl Upper or lAwer Denture, £2/10/-. ' PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. YOU tAW SEE THE FOOTBALL RESULTS GEORGE ROSS THE SPORTS' HAIRDRESSER, (Next King's Theatre. South Terrace), FREMANTLE. - Call and Have a Chat on Sport.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

FOR THfif .$ , Perth's Meal combine lour weeks ago the wholesale price of mutton was about 6*d. lb. Re tail price? were: Forequarters, 8d; Legs, is. lb. This showed reason able margin for retail shops, and a flue rake off for the wholesalers. Sheep are now is. head dearer than then according to market report?. Wholesale prices lo-day of Mutton is 7 id. lb. Retail prices in SOME SHOPS Forequarters, Cd; Legs, lOd. Ib. YOU CAN GUESS WHO OWNS 1'HObE SHOPS. Have they turned Philanthropists? NOT A BIT. J. K. WARNER City Markets, Wellington St. Has started in to give the public a square deal. The Combine are after his scalp, but it won't be easy to g-el. His Prices This Week are: Legs ? Sd. lb. Corned Uei-I', gd. antl titl. Hi. Loins . . -\ ? 8d. lb. Roast Beef. 7d, *--!. and «.»d. lb. Fores ? 7d. lb. Sides ? 7 Sd. lb. Speciaf Wholesale Quotes. RATES FOR COUNTRY CLIENTS: , Corn Beef . . . . 50s. cwt Forequarter Beef . . . 5d. Ib. Side of Muuo» .... 7id. lb.' Hindquarters Beef . . 7d. lb. Y...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Women's Wongi [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

Women's OlongL Mr. Biegel, of Bunbury, was seen in town during the week. Mr. Leeds, of Wandina, is in the Rosella Hospital, Geraldtoa. Mrs. Maley, wife of the. member for Greenough, has moved to Perth. Nurse Slater, of Inglewood, is on a brief holiday to Kalgoorlie. There are nearly 70 women jay peas in Sydney. 'Strewth*. Lady James is now in London, after a lengthy sojourn in Paris. Seen in town during the week — Mrs. R. Hamilton, of Boulder. r~ \. Mr. Arnold Foster, of the 'Aus- Jtralasian,' is on a visit to Perth. \ ? o^— A recent Dowerin wedding — Mr. John Wood to Miss Myrtle Trig welL Mr. and Mrs. Rae, of Claremont, have returned from their European tour. 'Cissy' Gibson, Mayor of Freman tle, and Mrs. Gibson, are back from the East. Mark Twain's farce 'A Yankee at the Court of King Arthur'Sjs being screened. Mr. and Mrs^ A. G. Lovell have now settled down in their new home at South Perth. Fire Brigade Chief Lapsley is in Kalgorlie talking over matters with the Chamber of Mines. ...

Publication Title: Mirror
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Cityoddities. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

* * €ityoddinc$. A new word has been coined — to Cowanise — meaning to emasculate the sub-normal children of the poor, to save the State the trouble and ex pense cf properly supervising them. The foyalty £eague, as tipped last week, has decided to cut out that 'membership' box on S'will Lath' Iain's rubbish heap comer. Cause — overwork on the part of the official — overworked doing nothing — we mean. Ask George Brown at the Savoy how he proposed the toast of the Bride's Parents. The yarn is well worth hearing, especially as its im mediate pre-happenings concerned George's attendance at a funeral and a christening en the same day ! The P.C.C. Gas and Electric De partment have a fine show of gifs and electrical household time and labour-savers on show in Murray street. It's a pity the Council - couldn't get going on a publicity stunt and push the goods, though. We will guarantee that tlie 'Sun- day Times' will advise its readers to take no notice of the 'Manches- ter Guardian's' bitin...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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men and memories [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

men and memories. Billy Angwin, M.'LA., is getting his tacts ready to stir up the Gov ernment when Parliament meets — especially if Country Party Sci&dan is Premier,. Have you asked Dryblower Mur .phy to sing 'This Bit of the World Belongs to Us' yet? We're half afraid that the 'Sunday Times' would now label that 1908cement song 'disloyal' and 'Shin Fane.' Expected in Perth shortly, Mr. J. L. Glide, managing director of the Adelaide Tailoring Co. A big move is on foot to endeavour to persuade Mr. Glick to stand for Mayor — a po sition for which his great business training and public spirit more than qualify him. Mick O'Dea is certainly one of the best and most concise speakers we've listened to for many a day. What the average wojrdVspinner with a tear-ry voice says in a half hour, Mick easily disposes of everything in five minutes. Commissioner Pope's proverbial geniality sparred off a big quantity of hot shot fired by Secretary Ken neally during the week at the Ar bitratio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

\ IBS^ WILWH, Dressmaker and Milliner, m J^R-* DAINTY WINTER MILLINERY. W^^gV BEAUTIFUL LACES and RIBBONS / 3§m At Clearing Prices. % X^Sj? LARGE ASSORTMENT of HOSIERY— Pricee to Suit Vtf Note Address:— \ 191 BEAUFORT STREET (Opp. Weld Square). ..THE LATEST IN COSTUMCS.. from MISS M. HARRISON, Dressmaker and Costumiere, (Late of Royal Arcade and Kal- ? goorlie). 40 BEAUFORT-STREET. ?Over Johnston's Furniture Shop.) Tel. 1838. LADIES ONLY. You Want Wavy Hair? Well Try WAVEENA. 1/9. AH Leading Chemists and Stores, or direct from Sole Agent: AUSTRAL SUPPLY DEPOT. 49 Royal Arcade Perth. Ladies Costumes Especially Treated. MAT WALL KING of DYERS and CLEANERS. Corner Rokeby-Road and Park street, Subiaco. Undei Distinguished Royal Patronage. The Arcade Studios (Established 20 Years). 'The Picture Trainers, Photo graphers and Photo Enlar gers of the West-' F. C. SWAINE, Proprietor. Central Arcade (Opp. Railway Station). BRAHAM BROS. Fremantle DENTI STS (By Roy D. Brafaam, L.D.S., A.O.D., Me...

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Woman HER FANCIES and HER FADS Irresistibly Dainty [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

QfArnnn HER FANCIES— W OOlcUl and HER F4DS Irrestiltfcly Dainty Probably the- revolution in un derwear is largely due to the fact that silk is^more often- used than linen fabrics, especially , when * the lingerie sets are designed for trous seaux. Generally .peaking, the gar ments are simple in fine, and soft and scanty, to meet the require ments of *he slim straight frocks ' that are worn over- them. But for the less expensive sets charming ones can be obtained in vofle in any of the pretty pastel shades that are. just as popular as white, if not more so. -Sets in a pale shade of pink, in yellow^ laven- . der, maize or bhie look delightful when ornamented -with stitchery, for it is better not to use lace unless it is real — and this makes the price run up at once. Combined garments such as prin cess petticoats, cam-knickers, or com . binations, are extremely popular, but for all that the separate che mise and knickers are sold in large quantities, since now that corsets are cut ver...

Publication Title: Mirror
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Homily for the Housewife [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

Homxly for the Housewife To Renovate Leather Chairs. — Mix equal parts of sweet oil and vinegar, and rub well into the leather. Then polish well with a clean flannel, and the leather will look like new, if the polishing is well done. Use Sawdust. — Heated sawdust will remove grease spots from car: pets or linoleums. Sprinkle the saw dust over the spot., and leaye for a short time. Then sweep off, and the spots will have disappeared. Cleaning Knives. — Instead of using the board for cleaning knives, I use an. old book or a train time table. I put the knife powder between the leaves of the book. Insert the knife, and rub that way. This cleans both sides of the knife at once besides saving the powder from flying about. As one page wears out I just turn over to the next. I find this much more satisfactory than the old way. Old Stockings. — Most people dis card old stockings when feet are gone. If black or coloured ones arc cut right, open and two are put to gether and hemmed they make a...

Publication Title: Mirror
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Coming Fashions [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

Coming Fashions The first heralds of a new season in fashion-land, for some occult rea son, are always hats. They are on show and. being worn long before any- other part of the attire. They are being exhibited now in certain privileged quarters, so that some de finite idea of what is likely to be wnm ran rte deduced1. Certain characteristics about the new shapes mark then. The ten dency towards the old, becoming poke, for instance, with the short back. This short back is a decided note of the new millinery. Even the straight sailor shapes show it in modified form. These hats with a poke tendency are jleddedly youthful in line, and are usually distinctly becoming. The large picture hat is again in the ascendant and more often tnan- not is draped! with lace.- Many lace brims are shown, generally of Chantilly lace, but there is a varia tion. It is of Chintilly or other fine black lace, with the design outlined with a raised line of some kind of fine silky tape. It is really most effect...

Publication Title: Mirror
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
BILLY HUGHES IN LONDON [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

BILLY HUGHES IN LONDON —By Cecil Hartt, in 'Smith's Weekly.' In the days when the censor was large in the land, and David Low was putting a weekly blister on Hughes the drawings had to be passed by the official. One Tuesday night, hours after the paper had gone to press, the Prime Minister, or someone acting on his behalf, rang up Bulletin Editor S. H. Prior at his home, and said that Low's Hughes cartoon for that week must not be published The quiet   man at the other end of the wire replied that the drawing had been passed by the Censor, who, he understood, was the only person priv- ileged to see it before publication. He couldn't imagine how the Prime Minister had come to see it before publication. Of course, if the Prime Minister insisted, the cartoon would not be published; but neither would that issue of the 'Bulletin.' The challenge was not taken up and the paper came out as usual.

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

SYDNEY. North Sydney defeated Western Sub urbs to-day, thus securing premiership gfor the flrst time in the history oc league football in the State. Eastern Suburbs were runners-up. Leo. Burke, late 'K C.B.C.. played his usual dashing: ks.im I^oo. hap improved wonderfully «ii 1)20 form.

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East Fremantle v Subiaco SUBIACO OVAL. Umpire: Collins. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

East Fremantle v Subiaco SUBIACO OVAL Umpire: Collins. Glorious weather and the prospect of a fast, exciting game attracted a large crowd of interested spectators to Subiaco Oval this afternoon. Subi- aco, led by Captain Bushell, were out at three minutes to 3 o'clock, closely followed by 'Nipper' Truscott and his merry men. The ground was in first class condition, and the football pro- vided was of a high standard. Subi- aco had the better share of the play, and were unlucky to be defeated. They were very 'stiff' in their shoot- ing. Subiaco were represented by Bushell (capt.), Bahen, Howson, Guhl, Sexton, Steele, Ford, Green, Murphy, Scully, Eddy, Outridge, Pree- dy, Beisley, Rawlings,Rogdriquez,   Griffiths and Scaddan, while Truscott (capt.). Bidstrip, Brown. Bullmore, Carlson, Cinoris, Castinelli, Clark, Gallagher. Ion, Lowe, Mudie, Raw linson, Riconi, Smith, Talbot, Burns, Wicks donned the blue and white uniform. Right from the bounce Scaddan sent down to Bahen, b...

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FOOTBALI W.A.J.F.A. Fremantle Flutters. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

FOOTBALL WJU.FJI. Fremantle Flutters.; West Perth, at Esplanade, Saturday last — tbe first fine Saturday- since tm season comenced. Neilson umpired splendidly. The Association champions easily ac counted lor us. - Frank Dunn, still consistent— -best or tne 36. 'Ping-' Whilely, tbe usual reliable, one. Geo. Hicks — pronounced form. _ Joe O'Bree slione as a force To be reckoned witli always. «? ' O'Bree (3), Wilson (l), our true holers. Maurice Cullity splendid on the back line k ' Bill Leen made a welcome appear - Backmen, watch those opposing for On Saturday afternoon East Perth ^f^S ''f'?'?1 Midland Junction 't the Midland oval. There was a mod SS&SigX6 to Witness the faIrIy t-J^L?™*}-**6?* wer«-— East Perth. fjsgrs&tiSTnt™- aad Mkuand rrl.he/l?al^ickers ror East Perth were Oray (7). Derwent. tv\- -u^n™ —..i i,,.. (one each). ? ''' *'' nnf25?tfnr *her ^^ coinPlained about 2? «5?£ng a ufai.r &0' but the Position oh !r? S™!*™*! «ways be consfder ^mnflri!eCanS^...

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Harry Hawker's Record [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

Harry tinker's Record — ^j — . Harry Hawker, the Australian fly ing man and motorist, who is now domiciled in England, has, according to a cable received in Sydney, just established a world's record at Brooklands track by averaging 105 miles per hour in a light car. The name of the car used was not cab led, but the performance is a re markabiv line one.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 25 June 1921

MAJESTIC Direction ? J. C. Williaoison Fikns. Manager ? v ? jack Watts. --- - - -. . SUNDAY NIGHT. Owen Moore in - 'Picadilly Jim' MONDAY and TUESDAY. . RUPERT HUGHES' NOVEL, 'Scratch My Back' — — — — — . _____ '* WEDNESDAY NEXT. ©William Farnum ? (HIT* m gk -1 Wings of trie Morning' A Thrilhng Romance of the South Seas. '' MAJESTIC, Fremantle SUNDAY NIGHT. Olive Thomas in - - 'The Spite Bride' Monday: 'DINTY' and 'THE SHE TI«ER' Wednesday: 'SCRATCH MY BACK' MONDAY and TUESDAY ONLY. WALLACE REID In the Fourth of his Big Automo bile Pictures — WHAT'S YOUR HURRY' And ? EUGENE O'BRIEN In 'Sealed Hearts' i WEDNESDAY. 1 // BEAUTIFUL £ / ELSIE FERGUSON \ i In 4 Lady Rose's Daughter' And ' CREIGHTON HALE In ♦ 'The buck Circle' COMING NEXT SATURDAY. U (For One .Week Only) \ v, THE MRST SELZNICK DE LUXE ATTRACTJpN— xr 'GIRL OF THE SEA' A Williamson Submarine Picture, in which daring Betty Helburn fights a terrific battle under the oqean vith a giant octopus. SUNDAY NIGHT . . ROBERT WARWICK i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 25 June 1921

q^^^P Direction ? Union Theatres, Ltd. ^111^1^ USES Managing Directors: Edwin Geach, W: Gibson, 8BB^ S. Doyle, and T.. Coombe. , !:' :^ ' MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLY. '^t^0a^M^^^^W ? ''PROMISE M*1 '?' ' ^SQ^|^^SSS|^g|^H^^^SpP^at-you.w!]l:never give in to my ~ V^ jrafljJI^^HK^^J^ . foolisji whimB,' exclaimed H||PHP 'Her L©n m , ^S^S^^^^^^SS^^k Only once did this wilful girl dis- ? Ira]^ ^^^^^^iTfl y wills met, there was a clash— and k ^J AU.C6 Joyce IMF then a better understanding be ^y \Br tween husband and wife. Showing With - 'A MODERN SALOME' WEDNESDAY ........ TWO NEW FEATURES. An ASSOCIATED PRODUCERS' Feature — -- 'THOUSAND TO ONE' Personally supervised by J. PARKER READ, Jr. featuring 'U' HOBART BOSWORTH, Showing with - -J FRANK MAYO in 'MAGNIFICENT BRUTE' SUNDAY NIGHT . ^ . ? «-OH, BOY.' £. PAVILION MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLY. A CLEAN, SWEET, WHOLESOME DRAMA JUNE CAPRICE in 'IN WALKED MARY' 'Pardon me, if I'm intruding on an engaged couple' — and in walked Mary — nothing new for thi...

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