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New Styles in Hairdressing [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

New Styles xn Hatrclressing Foreheads and, side-pajtrags-^-the latter abnonnally^ong— are extreme ly popular. The middle parting is once again in vogue, but wise wo men recognise that it is rather try ing to any but a rarely lovely face. On the other hand, a. discreet side parting: i.eariv alwavs makes f.-w youth. The Bobbed Effect As to foreheads it -is a safe rule fully to display them it they are well shaped and not too high. Girls with low foreheads, and that be witching widow's peak, that is^pos sessed of by the fortunate fewj;iin-f it a very beooming style, but those ^ whose hair starts high are apt to - present ait ugly, scared appearance under the influence of the new pose. Consequently, they will do well to consider a style of hair-dressing that allows for a slight droop of hair over the brow or a. few soft curled ten drils. Not a fringe in the accepted ? sense of the word, but Just enough to take away from the trying bare £ aspect, the idea being to vary the monotony of th...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Films, Footlights, Plays and Players Theatricalisms Film Phases and Facts [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

Films, ?Footlights, plays and PU*#f££ *£ Theatricalisms «j£ . Film Phases an/$ Facts CONDUCTED BY 'ALLAN' 'Welcome Stranger.' Then 'Three Wise Fools.' We're counting the weeks until our city, hoardings blaze Annette KeUerman. That attractive mop of hair that John O'Hara spirted as 'Lightin' Bill Jones' did not belong to the J.C.W. 'prop' box., it was the real thing. A letter to hand from Elaine Carlisle, better known Ideally as Myrtle Carter. Myrtte writes from Melbourne telling of plenty of en - '^fgagements, each one providing an .enthusiastic reception. So why should she worry her young self. ? Theatrically speaking, it will be a case of: 'After a storm comes a hill' on this city in a few weeks' time. - Lillian May continue — in fact we want to hear a lot more from her. She hands over her numbers, via a rich contralto voice, which sends her back to her dressing-room from an enthusiastic reception. If you've heard or seen a cleverer piece than 'Lightin*' — name it. And away went P...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

GRAxVD MUSICAL TREAT. TOWN HALL, PERTH. SUNDAY NEXT, 9 p.m. PERTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Assisted by Miss Violet Peet and 'Mr. Will Inch,' by Kind Permission of Royal Pierrot Co. Doors Open 8 pjn. Silver Coin Admission. Jack Visser's Oddfellow's Hotel is hi South Terrace, Fremantle.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE ALL PERTH WJLL SAY 'WELCOME STRANGER' TO-MORROW NIGHT AT 8. When J. C. WILLIAMSON LTD. wiU Present JOHN D. O'HARA and JULES JORDAN (In Their Uproarious Comedy Production, 'Welcome SI ranger' The Piftr-sev,en Laughs a Minute Comedy.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

SHOWING MONDAY TO FRIDAY. LWS\ ALWAYS THE WOMAN! That's the cry or the world— ALWAYS the Woman! From dawn to dusk, through beckoning valleys of roiu- r ance to the Hnal hour of j - mortal judgment, Woman is u lilaccd on the auction block !o bear the burdens or i-es- 1 tiuy designed by Hie miud of I f man. I Bui there i* a lteckoniiig- as fl inevitable as the law of lire, // as sure as the bonds iH which brought Naucv Hlj Abbott and Blair Iff/, Cornwall triumphant M/fl to the gates of etcr- Ff//f nal Lire — and Love. / //, 7 \ 'STOP ! In the eyes of God I am another man's wife ! ' ?LYING LIPS* An Associated Producers' mighty Special Attraction ' with Florence Vidor and House Peters * Creates Tjhe Masterpfece of 1921. ACCOMPANIED on WEDNESDAY by H arry C arey in 'Rider of theLaw' SUNDAY NIGHT: 'MY HUSBAND'S OTHER WIFE.' ™ PAVILION MONDAY AND TUESDAY. * in 'Blackmail' ALSO— Chapter 11 of 'THE SILENT AVENGER.' WEDNESDAY: Two New Features. Do you believe communica tion with the dead poss...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

Govuumg Director ??? MwdwCi^WsSROvt ? SUNDAY NIGHT: , Marshall Neilari's Drama* 'THE BIVEB'S END.' . MONDAY TO .FRIDAY. ????/??? ?? .???? in ?' TtllUtfMir ; *~ vv-';wiiir;; -J . A Magnificent First National Picture. ALSO HERBERT BAWUNSON 'Outlaws af' lie Detp' MUSICAL INTERLUDE by FIRST NATIONAL -ORCHESTRA. Conducto-. .Mr. Betteridge. Selections from 'Cavalier Rustieana.' L— A— — J SHOWING MONDAY TO FRIDAY. -r# jfl^K^ Does it belong to every & TCfBESSS^^ woman, married or unmarri ftfmKJtE..^' Safe* ?e-*'? ^ee k°w **'s blessed privi j3rfiSft 4H?*' ^n&^- ^e£e came to t-ne woman after .3?^ ^RpKpP^ A Love Story of Old Con fcyy&||rW HAINE HAMMERSTEIN ?^S«*flfflW? -'WHISPERS'. cJ.hCl/I^I/ihK^ICKWOV^ Laughter and Sunshine peep 9fjf 'j JsLr^ ^ ^V yS V'\ 'mS through clouds of doubt. j * f JlJ) ♦' ^oi**«.»v * »' 'V Maamrpiccc SUNDAY NIGHT: * BRYANT WASHBURN in 'SINS OF ST. ANTHONY.' PRINCESS, FREMANTLE Direction . . . T. M. Coombe. House Manager . . J. Punch. SATURDAY,...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

|B Director: J. C. Williamson Films. SUNDAY NIGHT: EUGENE O'BRIEN in 'HIS WIFE'S MONEY.' MONDAY and TUESDAY. Mabel Normand 'THE SLIM PRINCESS' WEDNESDAY NEXT: PEGGY HYLAND 'BLACK SHADOWS' SUNDAY NIGHT: Elaine Hum merstein in 'The Woman Game.' MONDAY: 'The Master Mind' ' and 'The Siren's Song.' WEDNESDAY: Mabel Normand in 'The Sum Princess/' and Shirley Mason in 'Love's Har vest.'

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
"Checkers"—At Last NEXT SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

"Checkers'— At last NEXT SATURDAY. ' Picture man Hicks tells us he eats, dreams, sleeps, talks and lives Paramount Pictures. Our old friend Manager O. Buttrose, of the Fox Film firm, can say the same thing of his big production 'Chec- icers, which win be thrown on the Majestic screen next Saturday morn- ing. 'Checkers' as a racing story of unusual interest, and should -quite upset the box office records made by 'The Whip' some time back. The production was specially produced for William Fox by Richard Stan ton, who has staged such successes as 'The Spy,' 'The Land of the Free,' and others. The picture will immediately after the Perth and Fremantle showing be available for suburban and country exhibitors. Early application is. necessary to the Fox Film Exchange, Melrpse Buildings, Murray-street.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Fremantle Fragments [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

Fremantle Fragments. (By "Marcus.") The fish war is over—and with a horrible defeat for the Mayor and Council.   Harry Shaw — hilarious host of the Australia— has taken to aquatic ex- ercise.. Bare legged and with his   pants rolled up did he takei stock in his cellar, which, as does not seem, - unusual with cellars, and our leaky water mains, is flooded about six inches deep. The 'Commercial' cellar is also under water. Mat Hogan guaran tees not to drink any of it. 'What did you come out here for anyhow?' asked one wharfie of a 'pommy' fellow worker*. 'Well,'* said the pom, 'yer cricketers are beating us, and yer rowers are beat ing -us, and yer jockies are winning all our races, and as they seem to have got possession of England, a map has to get somewhere.' Rev. Turton is preaching at East Fremantle. on Sunday night, on 'Slavery under British Rule.' Sla very! Guess S'Walter James and his Loyalty League secret investigation committee will be well on the j...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

LADIES ONLY. You Want Wavy Hair? Well Try WAVE-ENA. l/£). All (Leading Chemists and Stores, or direct from Sole Agent: AUSTRAL SUPPLY DEPOT, 49 Royal Arcade, Perth. ..THE LATEST IN COSTUMES., from BBSS M. HARRISON, Dressmaker and Oostomiere, (Late of Royal Arcade and Kal goorlie). 40 BEAUFORT-STREET. ?'Over Johnston's Furniture Shop.) Tel. 1838. ? / ' ?

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Her Tootsies! [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

Her Tootfites! 'The Jester': Yes-4 should hate to be a doctor! What little rom ance there is left in life I prefer to ding to. I 'have no highly techni cal knowledge to shatter the pretty illusions of life. I understand that it is impossible to find a perfect foot in a civilised adult. Well, I ?w-oudr.'t dream ol disputing the statement. Dr. W. H. Trethowan. of the Institute of Hygiene, .declares it is so, and the faculty never errs. But I'm glad I lack the worthy medico's vision. It would spoil my young life. I frankly admit, here and now, that I find infinite pleasure in feet and ankles of the feminine variety. As I take my walks abroad I like to watch them as they trip — or not —along the busy streets. There are lessons to be learnt from boots and shoes — and stockings. Per haps in the lounge of an hotel one has more opportunity to study the latter to advantage. The pretty wearer of a modem short skirt has to take thought over the move ments of her limbs these days. It 'has, I kn...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Woman HER FANCIES and HER FADS Fashion Fantasies [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

Pllf ^v**-» r* «-» HER FANCIES WOman and HER FADS «ll Faikum Fantasies *& There, are dear indications that in 0»* near future we shall pxobab lyhajfe the undexdress. variously described as f burxeau, sheath, or Sip, to many of our frocks again. — rJFor-. so long oow we have hot had , to uunk 01 any sucu iu^roiiituju tha$ it is almost forgotten. Tbe ? tefideacx has been to make the dress i|s simple as possible, with no unde^part to fasten up first. In fact, we have been spoiled, fof even cc*^caje*|looking ievening frocks have been made easy to slip into and the fastenings have been at the most, same half-a-dozen hooks or ' pxess-ons. One frock fastens with three press-ons only, rather large, firmly-holding cnes, certainly, but oniy three. , Now this absence of trouble in getting into a dress is an absolute :_. boon to the average woman, es pecially the busy woman, and the : larger proportion of women are busy nowadays. Dress designers : : realise this, and know that the gown ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Color Schemes COIFFURES THE PIVOT. Value of Crowning Glory. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

Color St&emes QOprruRjGS fP= raw. Value of Crowning dory. If you happen to be possessed of drab, mousy-coloured hair, do not complain, but rather rejoice in the fact. Neither be hired into an at tempt to 'brighten it up' with hen na shampoo, or to change the colour of it in any way. You may pre sent an artistic and distinguished appearance, ana even matte some thing of a sensation if you will care fully match your clothes with your . once-despised mousy uninteresting looking hair. Let your frock, hat, coat, shoes, stockings, gloves, and handbag all be of the same soft, mousy colour. You will be amazed at the fascinating result. There is one charming middle aged woman who has wisely foOlow ~ed out a similar colour scheme to harmonise with her very pretty grey hair. Out of doors, or indoors, she constantly wears grey of exactly the same becoming silvery shade as her perfectly dressed coiffure. All the etceteras of her toilette match; stiff f-.Vlo *»fiFori4- ic nrtt /miv ffo1io...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Australian Movies. BIG DEMAND FOR SHARES [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

'* - '?=: 'ei' ' ?-^-^^^^^£*£?rXrfG^£fj3^&^^B^*£^_ ??''.£: '''*^ar' BIG DEMASD FOB SHABE& In conformity .«ntt.'St8_iaftfii^ate-'''=£-^ gressin this State, tiie-j|jS^'Sl^^P^ tres and Films, IA&. ani^ike^aw^^^D1 first five releases as follow^ -^Sii^^-C v Mdntoshif^h* &oni ?&8&iia&*$&-W& Australia/' a five^eel topical «4Jc^^S^ when the full details fl»^9l^ -'*&;?? .- .;'?s?s fore the public, will said ; a tiiill -fc- ^ through the heart of everyone wtip i ' ?''- ™ bears the proud name of AustraiaiU '^vi- '-* Following comes 'Thro' Australian '^vl't Wilds,' the greatest Austtalian ?-' travelogue produced to date., low ing the life, custom and habits of the aborigines of Northern Austra- : ; ha. Then is presented 'A Romano*. : - of the Burke and Wills Eicp^difioii,*' -t t a love romance of the days when ''.-. '-:' our grandfathers were boys, and ^ which is enacted entirely by Austra- f lians. This all too sad...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

ML W. A. tloey !?- ? '; ^^^?^ comer Hiflb * ^^^m Packentmro ?? Strset s ? . He smbc : ? &ov caw\bee toe *qojc»a»«'^M| BE8TTLTS * - ZT\ WSU GEORGE ROSS || tub m-^~wwmg&&'i £%jM CaU «nfl aave * Cbstjon Sport.7, * ^^ 1 , - -x« ^r^^j

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Canning the Conservator PUSHING LAWN-POOLS [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

ai Pusn^uiSi^^^-m' Poole toijsnain '#^iiBJS^'idpikv^^H senator of Forests. Perh^ ^inrf^^^J so happens -^ioia^aaed^xc^^m&L:^ in xmce^aaa^^^^^M^ *&&.'?%& This;, is '?eoatsO&^^^&M'^m^m tor ^cm^ytm-msmmi^m greato necessity to the Male ^im?-t, is- the am^-ia^^0^^X& Mr. Lane,Poi3e B^il^^K^ ven-sentgemus; teisnot%_a^^| ter ?*? ^'M^^S^^^m .vator be,to^^^^^S^0^s^jM ber-stamp ':,;:J^4s|ij^fefe';'\?^iaipsi^S :thari4cons-^^^^|m|^ga«i^ didn t -realisB:a-jaa^f:*TO'%!^1lTOia-SSp^Si est at its base, ^and;!^ w*b»^pt^yf||feSS bushmen;^^^^^^^^ ?business.- :p«(fi^Si:^^ii^J|p^Hg| ' Lane^oote'lmows :««^-&$ijgWg|SHB acMeve more f^r ^?Sfei^fiamw^^^^P Scaddans,; j^m^^Mm^M^S past v aboMy^^'^So^pfellftfiii^^^K^^P ? ? ThefaUi|i?;of :%^ra^F^pfet^ lations to .io?^-i?aU^:-;w^ji?^a^^^g|^ the test in;api^:^-;aMy^^^.^^^| ning in-.i^J-mx^^&i^^maai^^^^^m the -n»ehlri'g^^,1LalM^o6^^^0s?^i?^^ ?opening was complete! ?'^^^W^^^^M weeks 1ackj;.tl»--^^ao...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

^^^E^^^^^^T LADIES, ^H I^^^HSV YOUR CORSETS I ^1 ^^^BR, Miss KYLE J '?^^^^^^^^^HgHH^^ Corset Specialist ^^Hf 8^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^lKil|SRj^^ bairds arc ads ^^^^^Bt iHfl^flBIIIHHl Children Like ^J ^C3Li Vm' IT CURES COUGHS AND COLDS. ALL STORES AND CHEMISTS. BRAHAM BROS. Fremantle DENTISTS (By Roy G. Braham, L.D.S., A.O.D., Melb. Un.). 59 Market Street (over Beis ley's) Fremantle * PHONE B895 ZMPO RTANT. WANTED, all Inhabitants of W.A. to join in the Gold Rush, which starts operations on July 14, 1921, when NU-GOLD BOOT POLISH will be offered to the public in a greatly-improved and standardis ed article. Every tin will be guaranteed of the highest quality and warranted to give perfect results and satisfaction. Obtainable in black and tans, 6d. per tin, all stores. Made in Perth, W.A. IF TOUR PIANO NEEDS EXPERT TUNING or THOROUGH AND SKILFUL REPAIRING, DAYIS BROS, fit CO. 138 MURRAY STREET (Opposite Bon March©). Are the people to see or refer your friends to. A lifetime experience with the...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Before the Judgment Seat H. POPS, COMMISSIONER OF RAILWAYS, ARRAIGNED ON SEASON TICKET CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

Before (be Jiipeit kit H. FOPS, COMMESSIONEB OF RAXLWA1S, ABBAKrNED OH SEASON TICKET CHARGE. j Long before the doors ot tne court opened it was besieged i-y an eager pushing throng, ' anxious to gain admittance, and Constable Green ' was hard put to it to keep order. Punctually at 1030 P-^n the doors were thrown ouen. and the gallery and floor were filled, some hundreds being shut out. The trial had been a long one, even in a court where it is usual for fee grabbing solicitors, counsel, K.C.'s, etc.. to drag out cases to the great financial loss ot me litigants anc the loss of temper of His Majesty's judges. In this it would be well if Ccn stable Green's advice was followed. 'In that the solicitor and counsel for the losing side should pay ha'-f the costs.' . There is great wisdom ir. the top piece of Green. Certainly it is above .the crowd: of ordinary mor tals. The accused was a notable man in very many ways, holding the position of Commissioner of Rail ways, from which post he ta...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

sajtjfr. L. BLTT2 may be coo a5t*d at above addresses. : )N&Vpp* -x Lmiw Denture, \ WW*. PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. Perth Tel. A304L Fremantle Tel. BGQ1. ; DOm WHSBBT WHY., AT STRAND CAFE „ HAY-STREBT. (Under Vice-Regal Patronage). appointments ttonmslfly -up-to-date. Reoovtted TDrengbout. Sole Awaits for the Famous BELLOhUSR RIVER OYSTERS.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Some Railway Radios [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

Some Railway Radios 'Quiz': The whole State has been struck with horror at the fright fulness of last Thursday's accident on the North Fremantle bridge, in which a guard was killed, his body being knocked from the train into the river, from which it has not yet been recovered. The guard was ap parently proceeding along the foot board to close a door that had been left uncaught . . . there have been so many fines imposed on guards by the Department for unclosed doors on the North Fremantle bridge that to-day every guard is 'on his toe&' on leaving North Fremantle station, lest a door swinging open on the bridge shall be damaged and he mulcted of practically a week's pay. Now that the fatal accident has oc curred, perhaps the Department will make a more humane regulation Congratulations here, Mister Pope in that you have once again taken 'The Mirror's' advice. On April 17 last we asked you to replace the pic kci leuiie rouna your uuuaing lawns on the Wellington-street front wi...

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