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Men and Memories. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921

1 men and memories. | Sir Henry Parker, despite his years, is as sprightly as most. One time best amateur jockey in the State. Mr. Eric Duncan, of Petersen and Co., had a bad bout of sickness last week, but is now sufficiently recov ered to attend to business. Eric is a good soul, cheerful withal, and one of the best, is now a full-horned Buffalo. Friends of Mr. A. J. Gardiner, of Donnybrook, will be pleased to hear he is now making a rapid recovery from his long illness. Writing to friends in Perth, he states he is re gaining weight, health, and spirits very rapidly, and is in fact doing very well indeed. Fremantle is blessed — or cursed^ with a railway Romeo, whose chief delight is to find a bevy of beauti ful belles bound citywards each morning, and regale them with tete-a-tete talk, much to the amuse ment of nearby passengers, who have discarded their Charles Gar vice novels for the real thing! Are you listening, Mr. Porter? Drew, of the railways, is a great cricketer, as is *hi...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Woman HER FANCIES and HER FADS Coming Modes [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921

\Jl7-ki-n -ri m HER FANCIES— WOiliCUl and HER FADS ' . *& Coming Modes *& It must be confessed that the trimmed skirt, while in a way at tractive, lades the chic of the well cut unadorned skirt. Indeed, it is not really so elegant as a plain skirt. But x it is new; therefore it will be worn for a time at any rate. The woman who has to make her coat-frock or coat and skirt last for more than a season would, however, be well advised to eschew the mode, except it be attained by loose rib bons or strappings. The silk appli que, worked in as a design, rows of ribbon attached on, narrow silk military braid attached on in un usual designs, tie handsome open work embroideries — all these will date a costume in a very distinctive way, and be difficult to do away with it one contemplates altera tions: They mark the material so much that it is practically impos sible to eliminate their traces. One smart girt who always man ages to look not only well dressed, bat thoroughly up-t...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Literary Secrets [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921

Literary Secrets 'Miaouw': 'Can this -woman real ly do this?' Grimalkin asked, sus picuously. 'Do what?' I asked. 'Why. transform a disused cottage into a charming week-end residence for £4.'' No, of course not,' I said cheerfully. 'Then, why does she write about it?' Grimalkin asked. 'She tells you how to distemper and uuw iu paint, cliiu. uuw uj na^yc lovely curtains for the trifling cost of 3/6; and how to enamel the bath a translucent sea-green, and how to stain the floors . . . .' He stopped for breath. Grimalkin is very, ve-r-y swest. and very unsophisticated— -in some things — no. not all. He knows more about 'cami-ribbons,' and ankles than — who shall 1 say — oh, almost anybody. But oddly en ough, he's never written about them. That's why, of course. To write about things you know is ridi culous. Do you suppose that If the above-mentioned female knew how to transform a disused cottage into a week-end resort, it wouldn't be more paying to do so than to write about it? But bel...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921

[?] PALLADIUM. MONDAY AND TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY. TWO FEATURES: A UNIVERSAL SPECIAL, 'Wanted at Headquarters' Featuring Eva Novak She was reared as a thief— it was the only life she knew. The clash of wits was music to her soul — but she turned out to be just a woman after all. Better than 'Within the Law.' ACCOMPANIED BY TheRoundllp' The Big Six-Reel Paramount Special, Featuring Fatty Arbuckle TO-NIGHT: 'THE WHITE DOVE.' ™* PAVILION MON. AND TUES. ONLY. WEDNESDAY— win. Russell in a red-blooded love affair of the the big high seas. 'Til* Sea Master' WITH Chapter 13 of 'THE SILENT AVENGER.' TWO FEATURES. A Drama of Flaming Passion. Rio Grande* There's drama ! There's action! There's romance! You'll clutch your seat when you bee the wild-riding border raid. ACCOMPANIED BY Universal Five-Rcelcr, Ora Carew in 'LOOT' A picture of the famous 'Satur- day Evening Post' story that thrilled America's millions. TO-NIGHT: 'BLIND LOVE.'

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Orange Blossoms SOME BRIDAL LORE. Posies and Wristlets. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921

Orange Slossoms SOME BRIDAL LOBE. Posies and Wristlets. Talking of fashions that belong particularly to the bride, there is much to mention in the way of change from what has been consi- \ dered the orthodox — white satin, a tulle veil, and a wreath ct orange blossoms. Brides these times appear to toe intent on discarding every mode of other day£, and ignoring customs, pretty and- otherwise. A recent fashionable wedding in London bf which the Italian and Spanish roytft houses were connected sounded the note of ultra-modern smartness, as the semi-royal 'bride wore a price less lace dress, the skirt being mere- , ly an inch or so below her shapely knees. No one shuddered or was shocked. In fact, a bridal robe long enough to justify the senti ments, 'her feet beneath her petti coats, like little mice, stole in and out, as if they feared the light.' is no more. Feet and nether limbs are ail in the smart scheme, afford ing scope for lovely silk and lace hosiery and silver and brocaded sh...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
NITRIC ACID EXPLOSION. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921

* NllilC ACII EXPltSlON LONDON, July 23 —As a result of an explosion in a nitric acid factory at Geneva 30 people were burned to death, and over 100 terribly injured Medical aid was held back owing to the enormous volume of poison gas which enveloped the scene of the accident.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Women's Wongi. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921

1 * moment monfli. * [ Every woman in Perth seems to' be wending her way to Cecil Bros.* Big Sale of Boots.aud Shoes. Talk about the high cost of living! It is not much in evidence at this shop in Barrack-street. Women's -shoes, listed at 45/- in other parts, are tic keted, by Cecil Bros, at 20/- Simi lar reductions appear in boots. It is no wonder our scribe had to prac tically charge a way in in order to get a few minutes' talk with the manager. A very enjoyable evening was spent in Keough's Hall on the 16th. inst. The friends and; fellow em ployees of Miss Lucy Worth gave her a kitchen tea. Miss Worth has been the forewoman of Miss Harri son's well known dressmaking busi ness in Beaufort-street. She in tends to work in partnership with Mr. Ray Edwards shortly, unless the minister goes on strike. Ov%r seventy people 'came along to hear of and also to speak about the es teem and goodwill in which the lady was new. oo.you can see xn3x there will be no shortage of cock ing utensils w...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921

As Busy as a Buzz-Saw ' \ Carter's Stupendous Sale] - Now Whirls at Full Swing - j BARGAINS THAT ARE REAL j ARTICLES THAT ARE GOOD I GOODS THAT ARE CHEAP \ Carters' were THE FIRST FIRM in W.A. to Reduce Prices \ Mr. and Mrs. Perth, Mr. and Mrs. Fremantle, Mr. and Mrs. West \ Australia, ? \ ; - ! IT WILL PAY YOU to Visit I Carter & Co., I Market Street - Fremantle \ ' THE STUMBLING BLOCK IN THE WAY OF Perth's Meat cwnkine AND THE MAN WHO IS . DETERMINED THAT PERTH PERTH MEAT BUYERS GET A SQUARE DEAL IS J. K. WARNER 1 City Markets, Wellington St. (FOOT OF HORSESHOE BRIDGE) . He knows bow to Buy and gives bis customers tbe benefit or any fall in prices. His Prices tills weefc are: — Retail Mutton, from 5d ib. Beef, from 7d Uj. 100 Sides ef. Prime Lamb are to be slid at 7d lb. during week. Chops, from *8d lb. Tender Steak, Trom 9d lb. Corn Beef, 7d and 8d. Wnolesole; Sbeep, 6d lb. Beer, 4Jd to 6Jd lb. Corn Beer, 50s. 1001b.; 27b. 501b., on rail. He Buys on Commission for Country...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921

^^ ? ? ' r Cheap Boots ^??^ii ^— _^^ Cheap Shdes ? THE SALE vtVlL DllVV. Selling at One Half and in OF ^ The Big' Shoe Stores, Barrack St. many cases One Third of THE Y1L-A.R ^ gi^^B^^^B the prices usually asked '?? ? % - ? ?

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cables. Irish Peace Prospects [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921

?*, «-x , *» -~*\ [?] LONDON, Saturday.— It must not. * be supposed that the Irish wegOtia tions have completely broken «Unm- Mr. Pe Valera ^U-1d& optimistic views regarding his-risit to England,, wnicu uas uecu.uuiww jvy c*.«*w» dinary bursts of .enthusiasm. Tiie Irish chief says that those, demon strations were inspired by a. just cause, and .adds lie |s confident that the English fcoyai grange TJfldge is doing its best tor preiwjj^afry' buc^ cess attending ^the negotiatio^by making a protest to JLfcyd Georgw. The tbdge also iadicts the leaders of the NonconformistChurcii, who gave their sanction to any such peace- . making efforts. ? : « ,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Imperial Conference [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921

Imperial Conference LONDON, Saturday.— Tlie Pacific question ivss diseusfeed at to-day !s ineeliug of tlie 'Ehnpire Cabinet^' 8oiie of tiie delegates blamed W. |L HiigR« for Iipperialising the foith co;ni---g . Washington eonfemiee. Hughes, throagh his speech pa JPri day, lias b-seu literally beseiged by the 4J.8. Representatives. The Conference- is in receipt of despaULes front Washington re garding a preliminary meeting to the ' Disarmament Conference, for the purpose of settling sthe Pacific problems. The actual question of iitcnMMQinilllt ll.iWJlVtftr will 1» flAf.. tied at the Washington Conference in November next. Because Messrs. Hughes and Massey will be unable to attend the. Conference at Washington, they are ? . urging this preliminary London Con- - fereuce, but it is understood that the . United States does «ot favor it. '^ \

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Presumption in Excelsis [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921

Presumption in Excelsis i/OKDON, Saturday-— Washington messages state that Mr. W. M, Hughes has advise 1 Belgium, Hoi-, land, and Portugal that there will be no difficulty in their being repre- . seated at the Washington Confer ence jSghen the Conference is dis cussing Far, Eastern questions as affecting the interests of those tui tions. , _' ? v

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THE RUSSIAN FAMINE [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921

TIE MISSMN FAMINE RIGA, July 22.— The position in Soviet Russia is growing worse, ow ing to the food shortage, and tiie Government has had to protect cities against mobs fighting for food. Trotsky threatens urHess «J lier- comes quickly he will join the exodus, ? as the advance guard of colossal invasion of Western Europe.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921

^^?^?????????^???????????????^^^^??^?^?^?IEbbeb -^vJI^Va' W MARKET ST, FREMANTLE. MR. W. L. BLITZ may be een v suited at above addresses. ?* PnB UHP«r «rtow Dtnture, O/10/-. : PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. Perth Tel. A3W1. Fremantle TeL B691. *. DIKE WHERE? WHY. AT f STRAND CAFE HAY-STREET. (Under Vice-Regal Patronage). . Appointments Thoroughly Up-to-date. Renovated Throughout. Sole Agents for the Famous BELUROER RIVER OYSTERS. The Distribution of this Popular Tea,' previously in -he hands of James and Co., is now entirely under new control. The Returned Soldiers' Tea Supplies JOHN-STREET, NORTH FRE &ANTLE.. and/uin be obtained at all good1 Stores. 2/-, 2/2, 2/3 per lb.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921

ML W.A.Hocy ^^^?^ comer High 4 ^^^?f Packenham ?? Street ? I Sllte-ttStmtt ? 1^ littfieliO! Il \ nestfte. ? (Two IW WeaiS?W^M|l I ? - - - Surgeon Dentist: t '* w ???'?'.^?j.^isk HARRY ' BLAKELY, R.DS., WA- 'i Having severed ins -tom3ed&tmW~M with Mallan , and Firfh may *?.' ,J9 be consulted at above address. ' ,1f| Full Upper or Lower Dentor*, J PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. ^I — — — — '.'.?''yrm '''?? ? )M t YOU CAN SEE THE FOOTBALL J RESULTS J GEORGE ROSS j THE SPORTS' HAIRDRESSER, J (Next King's Theatre, Sooth Terrace), J , FREHANTLE. 1 Call and Have « Chat on Sporti ? ' - 1 ''.?'. ': ' ''?'' ?' ' ?/I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cityoddities. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921

«« gityodflities. «« ?] Nat Harper says all boxers should know-'how to spar for time, and Fred Welford says Harper knows how to spar and can spar. Harry Mann keeps up that per petually fit look by chasing goannas off his wheat crop. Rumour has it that he once 'had a tired feeling and put a Pommy onto the job. After the Pom had chased out the same go. umpteen tknes he sent in a requisition for a coMie dog to hold the mob in check while he cleared out the balance. Geraldton celebrated its iubilee or something as a municipality, which reminds one -how when Mt. Magnet decided to get a Mayor and Coun cil of its own, it deputed the local constable to draw up the bye-laws. The jonnop paid Geraldton the com pliment of adopting its bye-laws in tact. That's why the Mt. *Magnet book of rules contained reference to wharfage, pilotage, etc. During the anxiety expressed by the fish-eating public over the pois oning of the Fremantle fish by the cyanide from the Gorgon, certain Perth firms advertis...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Why Pick the Kiddies? A Protest Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921

Wfti Pick tie MMlies? A Protest Meeting. The W.A. Dancing Teachers' and Parents' Association will hold a further meeting to formulate a plan of campaign against the unfair ac tion of the Government in prohibit ing local talented iuveniles from appearing upon the stage. Last week I dealt fully with .the object of the Association, suffice to add, that the teachers and parents of the kiddies mean business. The meeting will be held at Keogh's Hall, corner of Newcastle and Stirling streets, on Sunday evening at 7.30 pm. All sympathisers are cordially invited to be present. The Movie Ball is going to be the biggest event of the year in this class of entertainment, thanks to Organiser Hamilton Brown, and' his . energetic committee. Already tic kets are all sold. Some record, what! August 4th. is the night.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921

^^___ -^_. __ _^ SATURDAY, MONDAY and TUE8DAY. PRINCESS. 'BE8PECTABUE BY PROXY' CDCTiUI A M'1PI C 'ADORABLE SAVAGE.' rtfCL Iwl rk 9m I * kfc Wednesday, Thursday. Friday. ?????»*?-*«? ? »?*- 'MOTHER, I NEED YOU' DWertinn T M CW-mV*» and MAY ALLISON In jjrjrecnon . . i. m. coombe. «ABE ^^ ,,£„ /^nce^ House Manager .. J. Punch. Also Episode 13 of c^^mgm^^ 'THE SILENT AVENGER.' ~~-5f|V* '~ SUNDAY NIGHT, JULY 24th: , 'THE DREAM CHEATER.' ? GRAND MUSICAL TREAT. TOWN HALL. SUNDAY NIGHT. PERTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Assisted by Mr. Lionel Carter and Mr. Ben Davies. Reserved Seats, Room 6, 715;Hay-st. Admission Silver Coin.

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"Smithy" of Selznick Captures Big Promotion. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921

'Slltl!' tl SflZlkM , Captures Big Promotion. . Randall Smith, the popular mana ger of the local Selznick office, has been handed a big production, which: will mean that, he will have to re move his belongings to Welling ton, New Zealand, where he will have full charge of Selznick affairs on the Islands. His place will be fill ed by that well-known identity and picture-man, Vic Newton. To Mr. Smith we offer our congratulations, and Mr. Newton we heartily wel come.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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What 'Smith's' Think ANENT NEXT WEEK'S FILMS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921

Will 'SHitfe'S' TfeilM ANENT NEXT WEEK'S FILMS. ''ine Siiver Horde' IGoldwyn). — Youifllui speculator bumps against powerful interests in tee salmon rannirtg Industry. He plays a lone hand, and after many tribulations emerges victorious. Gripping action uuruuguuut. lypiisu nc& uwui story. Very good picture. 'Peaceful Valley' (First Nation al).— 'Rube' Charles Ray visits Grand Canon of Wall-street, and reaps reward of wall-eyed virtue. Good actor, and good picture. 'Love' (Associated Producers) . — Foolish female harks to voice of opulent temptor, and spurns love of humble, honest suitor. O.T. dies violent death, 4th incident. 3rd scene. 7th reel, and everything ends Very fair. 'Good References' (Firat Nation al) . — Connie Talmadge snatches high born youth with low-down, tastes from path that leads to wine, wild women, and wallop. Excellent all round. 'Fifty Thousand Miles with the Prince' (Universal).— Has historic significance. The record of one of the most important Imper...

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