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Homily for the Housewife [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

HomUv for tke Housewife To Test Dilass Material.— When purchasing dress material, it 'is a good plan to have some soft tissue paper with you. Lightly rub it over the surface of the material. If the dye is at all likely to come off it will show distinctly on the paper. — if— A Steady List. — Always keep a piece of cardboard hanging in the kitchen, with a list of all groceries on it. It saves much time. When the grocer calls for orders you know what you are out of and can give your order in a few seconds by run ning down the list. To dean Lino or Oilcloth.— Put a tablespoonf ul of kerosene in a bucket of clean water, and wash the lino, drying well. When thor oughly dry go over the floors with an old hair broom well pad_ded and -smeared with a ^very ''little floor polish. Floors treated thus only need washing once a fortnight, and the lino, retains its new appear ance for years. Feed tke Brute ! rffppetite rfppmctsers Banana Jelly. — Take 6 bananas, loz. of gelatine, 11 pints of watei,...

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

f reniiHrtle fmnwrts (Bv ''Marcus;') Fremsmtle wants 'buses; it al ready ha6 busy-%Ki(iies and a Busi ness Men's Association. The concert last Friday in aid. of the widow aid children of the late L. Main was another great credit to the Tratnmies in addition to the af tists, Larry oote, jaac w«u««jj and Billy Mairs were prominent am ongst those who strove towards ita success. With two to three thousand men out of work in the metroplitan area, the Military are using the Artillery men, whose function is* gunnery — not carrying — on removing the stores from Perth to Midland Junction. We are awaiting protest from the Trades Hall and Unemployed. There's some weeks' work for 30 or 40 men. What is in a name? Our cojip. set tip the advt. of Alf. Edmunds, the popular Market-street barber, as Alf. Rowlands, hut Rowlands or Edmunds, a shave by either name, would be just as easy at tie opp. the post office saloon. The children's ball, in aid of the Silver Chain, next Friday, should draw a big cr...

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 — 16 July 1921

[?] S- Theatricalisms S- ^GbNPUCTED BY 'ALLAN' Htel^iasis andfac^ !~Hp«te Wi» Fools' now ^ Keith -Vtcsataity' Connolly.. t£aaUy the most popular person* ality in this town is the little fair .headed Mlive-wite' Elsa Langley. T *se best 404 consistent produc er y*s %ave *ver had over here in M» West fe undoubtedly Elton ^ J«bu D, CTHara is 'tre-bon.' ^?IXttQ—Jutes Jordon. 5 JaJBfifeat ell ye who have missed 4J^e t^ata-Jordon sedes of pro \Kaie Howard, of 'Possum Pad €oW fame, is stili resting in Perth. * Eatft^irom. the Tnanagingdirector ehip.«l the Shaftesbury, Andy Hos WB&. '- Enter, b% genial Bill itsrigo* ;The Mirror's' best wishes TgO out to William. !t~*'3n*ree Wise Fools' is an excel %O& fo&ower to 'tt/sbtnin',' and it % quite as enjoyable. ??-'-?- '' & Fay* TFiqe. Fine, ?uie^ Stan 4gap$ lias rested his caravan on the |££n#iieaa mainland. It is bellev. 7d4^at 4je has been placed on a big l&fiMran trariesque 'wheel' by the, ^tsstxaaatx Fr...

Publication Title: Mirror
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

NOW SHOWING— TWO FEATURES— MON. and TUES. ONLY. She learned the Truth about men by Bitter .Experience, May Allison IN 'Are oil Men Alike' Strips the Glamour from Studio Life. Picturised from Arthur Stringer's novel, 'The Waffle Iron.' Directed by Philip E. Rosen. SHE HAD BEEN DOWN AND OUT— The world had gone against her, and Dame Fortune had turned a frigid shoulder. Then her big chance came. She could have a home and shelter if she would pose as the wife of a man Oelieved to be dead. She took ft — ft was a last chance — she was installed in his home, accepted by his people— THEN HER 'HUSBAND' CAME BACK. -Respectable by Proxy' STUART J. BiLACKTON'S Newest Play, Featuring — sglvif Brenner In a Delightfully Romantic Comedy Drama. WEDNESDAY'S TWO FEATURES. Edith Roberts in 'Tie Aflmille swige' and Enid Markey in *M»tier,lNee4 YOU' A Sensationally Superfeature, a Startling Answer to the Out cry of a Daughter's Broken Heart. TO-NIGHT — 'THE COUNTY FAIR.' rL PAVILION MONDAY AND TUESDAY. E...

Publication Title: Mirror
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[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

^HHHH^B&Btl&fHMHfiiP-e ^^^^^DHSBlfHral^^B^^^H^E^^B^B^^^^EsJF^B^^^B*. x. -= 3 ??ess* ^^£yi^-d-.Bace$ next Saturday. K^Ki^-ite.rbest of GoHea Plu f^^Se Le*f looks Jtn early *ri* l^^%^l*ai*- better when they ^^&l-;^'Fog-a lot better than BB*t.»r-4Mi*i at -5oodwood §1 Em?****!*. . * E^^^Siimt -UP a fine performance ^^SW losing.™ much H lllli^^ be handy if lie ^^p^^^g looking nice; shou'd ^ffi^-^tber place to Wabb* HSE?^**11* unlucky with him. HBKwfeMrf « * youn* «oM i^^Pour longs p«t up a pretty jood BHESySnr j»Ste »- %m sIiNSfe»ei*L«il& *w* stone the dafer fcfeSenry day lost all trances of HBr*«M *-*«*« being |^f ndHptanm rawng identity ^ ^5jt to iake a few tickets in Tatfs. WmS58fct&&Kao& last Saturday; pgrWBad liardly time to report the g%§P*r fc&m the finder had retum ^^^^**o^tr.Oydesdale. Quopen ^M^es^ uot.only were the f^|*8^dieoDwed.Jbttt a roll of 7$ ^jE**?** T also in the case. §|JgpfiwtMk-|&ifeJit has been...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

&w«««; Director = Aarrv. G.PIus6RQve ' SUNDAY NIGHT: ' CONSTANCE TALMADGE in 'DANGEROUS BUSINESS.' Momlay to Friday CONSTANCE TALMADQE in 'MAMMA'S AFFAIR' The Story of Women and Nerves! Music by the FIRST NATIONAL ORCHESTRA. SATURDAY, JULY 23rd.: 'On Our Selection' ? ® ?

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The "KNO [?] [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

ft* 'Km lita Mii' The hall of the 'Kno Nin Tang,' j or the Chinese National Sofiety, \ which has just been iormed in | Perth, was -crowded * on Wednesday 3 night last, when some 400 Chinese'] residents were present ^jt m -sog&bI j to the delegates from. Sydney ao&J Melbourne who were visiting- t*erih3 to inaugurate the West Austtaliftal branch of China's great national] movement, and the local officers ] were inaugurated. A number of] speeches were made by tbe leading] local Chinese residents, and a&so_by] the delegates, and were ; receivea with the greatest enthusiasm. A large number of Europeans who liaS been elected honorary memfiersi were also presejit, and speeches were made by Miss Smith andMr: Backi^ The former delivered a most e^fecr tive oration* in which she aftu&e&i to the- good work -done by the 0i£: nese, and eulogised them for inejr_t self-sacrifice and national aspii%^ tions. She spoke of Dr. Sen 'STanT Set as being the JJoyd Ge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

¥ HIS t|AJESTYVS THEATRE p TOMORROW and TUESDAY NIGHTS. L * / ' . LAST TWO NIGHTS OF p JOHN D. O'HARA, I'' In the Comedy-Drama De Luxe. r*T*ree Wise Fotis' fe*;,- THERE'S JCAGNETJSM IN EVERY MOMENT OF IT. ||^ ? ?:;?'? ;-*!w^^|4i^Jc4son's.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

fflHUf The Great fia-»% f'i^)k, - 8 Reels of %yifemml, - r. ' ? - t music *y orchestra: SATURDAY NEXT: ^ r. ^ [?] COMMENCING SATURDAY, JULY 23.: ^ , Direction of Union Theatre. Ltd. and T.. M. Cpombe, in oonjunc- ; tion with Unlyersa! FiLns, iStcf. ? ':. THE GP.EAT HISTORICAL * Ef&lf '-'/.'?''''._' \ ' .- -50,000 Miles witK the Prince of ^foikgg-' A Complete Record of the Recent World's Tcur rf HiR.H. fl«e ? * . Prince of Wales. Citiematographed by Captain Barker, Official Cineoaatograpner .; to His Royal Highness, depicting historical incidents '-jfrom tte ' time the Prince left Buckingham Palace, his world-wide trip in . the 'Renown,' till his return to England. , ? ' ? - PRICES:— V-, 2/-, and Reserves, 2/6 {plus: tax). . Saturday, 16th,- *lond«jr, 18th, and* £ftDHtl4'tC#9t*^ Tuesday tetfu-^tiiM. % *»«»» *p*t-M ? ?? ^-- ??; r*K||-|CJcLOSa Attraclion, 'LVWG UPS,' ?nd^Hftrry ????^^^??^r^^f caw, in 'RIDER OF Trtk UIW.' : . . CDCMilM^H CT W«dnw£y. 20th /Thur*d*y, -««t, FREmANT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

SAY!! YOU'VE BEEN WAITING TO HEAR THIS. MISSES IVY LOOCMUN and LOUK BENNETT (Solo Dancers or Sbaftesbury Ballet) WUl Open their Dancing: Classes for tbe Teaching of Theatrical, Ballroom, Ballet, National, and Fancy Dancing:, at THE LYCEUM THEATRE, MT. LAWLEY. Commencing next Saturday, July 24th, at 3.30 p.m. Wanted, Specially Juveniles, over 16, for the next Big Eanto. — Apply by letter to the above, c.o. Shaftesbury Theatre.

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OUR LOS ANGELES LETTER Los Angeles, April 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

?IB 10S ANfEUS If TIER Los Angeles, April 9th. ine most important item of news that I have to convey this week is that Ldd.e Lyons and Lee Moran nave 'split,' a difference of opinion between the two comedians as to the roles they should, play in their next Universal comedy, entitled 'Whose Wife is Kate?' being re sponsible. L.yons has left the studio altogether, whilst Moran will continue in conjunction with Biily Metcher. nr^f?1*, ,Owen' wtfe of George Walsh, left suddenly for New York last week. Her departure took place three days after the arrival of her husband. The couple have not lived together for some time past and the latest developments certainly point towards the Di vorce Court. Doraldina, the dancer and film *««, ig me latest to form tier own company in film-land. She will tackle only 'super' features. In the next Jesse -L. Lasky pro duction, Wallace Reid and Elsie Ferguson will be co-starrcd, for the first time. ' The Famous Players people have decided to send Agnes Ayr...

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Maylands [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

Maylands (By 'i-u-oT-rOrder.') The Perth Roadts Board are to be congratulated on the step they ha\e taken to secure land from the Gov ernment for recreation purposes. Our reserve in 6th Avenue is by far too small and obsolete for the re quirements of the district, and the area belonging to the Board down the peninsula is too wet, and we do UUv UOUC fll I' ????'-? . ,v«»*wva ^* -«*& *.~ the metropolitan area, therefore we will cast our attention from that and look for something which we can look forward to, and possibly in the future accommodate a crowd of 20,000 'people to witness a foot ball match in which a Maylands league team will be the players. To resume land centrally cannot be en tertained, as the price would be enormous, therefore the present de sired site which is part of the sani tary grounds and near Beaufort «i»tw»*-. annpars to tie the onlv one we can hope fo* that will suit our requirements for both the present and the future. It would easily be accessible by ...

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Subur-Banalities [?] is Bayswater [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

Blb||Mp?7''*- a -. . . - ;.' ? : '' v I H^UBayswater [?] mgjBs&pty -trtxry was approacnea cue ISpier day vith an offer o£ £5 for iSag«re*te *ound. Bob refused. SP&jrecfeaas «t is 'worth at feast £2C. Plii^lr** S ? - of the Midland ^^pi^«r^_ who is soon going WilliiM^fe atotfeMktt*iatt»tude- tie now ; ^^ U« W»d and iron stables. fe^&te^-©^^1i» recreation -ground i^fei^;#Wd stables for the p%mroa^*(ttses.: -.. : Another . -. little -S|iB^^iet^*event the resumption of fe^^^^^ the morning. Hobby K^^teaaQBoae nnexpectedly .„ through ll^badLdoor. The third jwint of f^^ -eternal triange made a rapid ?BSgfHUiniA^i the front, dad in «a Bpfe^e&uliinie, plus a newspaper, 3SSil.ir4» 3i*T latAr «ninnWnented with a «^^ '1iaif.- Htftbv is still unsus PlS#^^v'V-'--v ' -?? ?- ? ?? pS^&^yeirs oi the Swan Road .S^)bj#fiiStrict have returned £ome ^^M-U? - -'hearted- geatieiiien -&'|tnembers. Read this extract igiPgw: ueport of then- last meet §pjpp9&a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

'?:'- ??'??:.£ ?;-:' CLEAN AND COSY 'IS : . The Gaildford Hotel ' :yX€t^£&6R'&L «» Main Road. ^ #JI1i«rd(i «nd Every Convenience. v- :';.': M. BYRNE. Proprietor. At Midland Junction, '-:- 'i*=; Opposite the Station. me CHUMrdal Holel i^S^ ' st^tds supreme;. ^ SWAN BE3SR OF THE BEST. %* W?': H. BLATHERWICK, ? .:- ' ' Proprietor. ; ' '?£r^- — ? : / ' ? ? ?:-.- ' - ? . FREEMASONS HOTEL .^I|^|&Bme ^Smiles, ^Cheerfulness *, . -^ T^v'^iT'-to5 CtvSity ' Resdeoce. : - ;5^^ } JOE TIPPETT (ex Bicton), '.-I'-rC^i -??- Proprietor' iiTTER »nd CJUEAPER REPAIRS ?''.?-; .yj--w--..- -i . To : ' - ? JSOb^r Motor Gr&es, or Csrs, tiMO can ; '. toe «©t to Perth. , ??/.-. V ?: WE BUILD TO ORDER. MVUbA A«*n*B Tof EXCELSIOR. Exerrtbiog Yoa Heed in These Lines. ARTHUR FUNT YORK-ROAD, KIDLARD JUPfCTlOK. 1Hm« to Stay in Midland Junction. TBE COUNCIL CLUB HOTEL, :' HELBNA^TBEKT. . . Proprietress: MRS. E. SHEEHAN. Good Table. Clean Beds. Special Terms for Permanent Boarders. The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

COMMERCIAL HOmi £-~I« ? Fremantle ? «m*y la**, ,__ n^-^ ~.~,~ w^ Late of Glowery's Palace JOE STKONG, Proprietor Hotel. I ? liMON - BEER :i:t FAMOUS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

b|b^mH|sbbj|||Hh|HH^H^1j ML mm [25 years m mt&Goopum:, i^ At^HIL ALFORD^, Tw-: NEWCASTLE CLUB HOTEL? V~** FREHANTt®. ¥ ^+ ~f ^::s; S.O, All Events, jor |3oki|efr%-'- \.ij 'THE CLJEO' '*3'V HIGH-btwBKTj VHBB&ltXLSB. - * ' ** Scores Boyle.' r Sw«a .3*t ~~/ \ THE IDEM. VILLAGE HOBTEIAT- ' ^ ^ Tie Stirling Arms CMIJUDFOBD. *''* ' -^ BEN HOFFMAH as B«ner4tost ' '^ ~J ' Happy Comfort Jn Cvarftblaa. : ? JACK^IMBU3^^^^:^4^ IF YOU WANT^l^OTfl^i^ Try My Anti-Tired ' ts^o^^r'^^^ ESPLANADE HOTEL FREMAWTLE. Proprietress: Mrs. KELLY. (Late of the Grand Centrd, Pvb). BEST SPIRITS STOCKED. SWAM B£B& ONLY. LET'S GO DOWN TO FREEMASONS' HOTEL, SOUTH-TERRACE, FREMANTLE. Swan ficer & Otber pinkum DrlnkB. CHARLIE ROBINSON, Proprietor. EASY SHAVTNO AND HAIR' DRESSING. By a man who knows his job. ALF. EDMONDS (From Kalgoorlie). MAEKET-ST., FREMANTLE. The Saloon opposite Fremantle Post Office, where Morgan's used- to be. . ? ' . ' prospectus. '? - ;:- 'W0mi R. S. AND PIESSE, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

Now in Full Blast J. li. Pellew & Co. HIGH STREET, FREMANTLE Great Winter Sale From the Buyers' Standpoint this is the Most Profitable Time to Buy, as we are now offering the Most Sen sational Bargains seen this Season ECONOMISE by Buying Here and How! A week of extreme price cutting at the store of STEVENSON and FINCH get in at once For YOUR MEN'S WEAR at UNHER© of ? PRICES ? — The Sale 'shuts off1' NEXT WEDNESDAY Address: 127 HIGH STREET, FREMANTLE next Beisley's Corner. SHOULD YOU REQUI RE IN THESE HARD TIMES A GOOD DEAL, A CHEAP DEAL. A SQUARE DEAL, Take All Your Photos Along to the Frame Expert BARNEY BOYI^E, 5O SotitK Ter, Enlargements & Speciality. Sole Agent for the Queensland Golden Casket in Fremantle. DRINK SWAN AT THE SWAN ON THE SWAN WHEN YOU CALL AT The SWAN HOTEL, North Fremantle ? The Host is BILL BORWICK. - ? A ROSE ALWAYS IN BLOOM! ROSE HOTEL NORTH FREMANTLE. JACK QUINN, HOST. ? THE BEST OF EVERTHDXG. THERE'S A DAINTY LITTLE PUB. IN FREMANTLE. THE P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

INTENDING THEATRICAL AND OANCING PUPILS {Juveniles and Adults) Please Note MI6S HILDA MoMURTRV (Late J. C. Williamson Ltd.), Ballet Mistress at Shaftesbury Theatre, Will hold Classes Tor the Teaching of Theatrical, Ballet, and Toe-Dancing. on TUESDAYS and SATURDAYS, At the SHAFTESBURY THEATRE. (Afternoons). Early Application Necessary.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

Advance Australia fHHTJB* THEATRES ana FILMS Ltd. aptw««wy» the release of THEIR AUSTRALIAN-MADE FILMS on dates as foSow:— . ASLCA8E AUGUST, 1921 TBS OXU5SST OF A CBAZT BUS. J * An Epic of the'^dess.. ... AithnlG&g record of tfce jadven fen^^bf 1^-»se inta^rid Australians, 'fiftm* the aiary of -the late Lieut. RELEASE SEPTEMBER, 1921— ?-:.?'?;/????? -?' ;- : ^wif* ' *&^ I; .Australia's greatest travelogue, li showing the fife, habits, and cus Jtoms of the Aborigines of Northern Australia. - - RELEASE OCTOBER, 1921 An Australian story of romance, bravery and blunder. .-'?r* A wwaantic love stoiy of the AJavs when oar grandfathers were boys. RELEAS* NOVEMBER, 1921 A [S-reel drama enacted' m Mel bourne. Showing the sins of tbe fathers visited upon the sons. RSLSA8E DECEMBER, 1921 Wnn^ famtM uid films FREMANTLE PALLADIUM Direction . . . T. M. Coombe. House Manager Geo. Turner. NOW SfiOWING: 'TJME RIGHT TO LOVE' (May Murray), and 'THE MIL BIRO' (Douglas McLean and Doris M...

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SHOW FEATURES FOR THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

SHOW FEATU«LE« FOR TIIK WEEK The Grand Now Shown)?: ??CIVILIAN CLOTHE3' (Thomas Meig-lian). And 'A REGULAR GIRL' (Elsie Janis). Wednesday: 'DEEP WATERS' (Maurice Toucner). And 'THE RESCUING ANGEL' (Shirley Mason). The Majestic Monday to Friday: 'CHECKERS.' Fox S Reeler. And Supporting Programme. The Royal Showing Monday to Friday: ' 'MAMMA'S AFFAIR' (Constance Talnaadge). And 'THE 8ILK-LE88 BANK-NOTE' (Herbert Rawlluson). The Stage Hi* Majesty's Theatre. — John O'Hara in J. C Williamson's production, 'Three Wise Fools.' Shaftesbury. — Peter Brooks Amuse ment Go. in Revues and comedy. St. George's Hall.— -Royal Pierrot Com edy Co., nightly, at 8. The Palladium ?T . ? . ..rrrO-r. - ? .... \ Now Showing: 'Are An Mm Alike?' (May Xlllson). and . , . 'RESPECTABLE 8? PROXY' , '(Sylvia Brearaer). Commencing- .Wednesday: THE ADORABLE 8AV4GE' {Edith Roberts) , . and 'MOTHER 1 NEED YOU' (Enid Markey) Frema&tt ' ? . Now Showing: . ' - Princess. — 'Lying tips' and 'Rider of the Lawt' ? -...

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