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The Motor Car Talk and Tosts The Motor Slump in U.S. Passing [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

Ok motor Car J%& ? Cfc motor Slump to tt.& Pawing ' Ford Motor Company orders to talled approximately 80,000 for March delivery and 90.000 for April., according to figures furnished t-y Henry Ford while on the trial trip of the 'Dearborn' (his gasolinepro pelled railroad coach). 'That means,' Ford said, 'that nearly, every car and bit of finished stock on hand when the depression set in has been sold. 'The time is not far off,' he de- clared, 'when we will have to be- ? gin full operation to produce new cars and' new parts to take care of the hosts of orders that come roll ing in. Indications are manifest,' he asserted, 'that the bottom of business depression has been reach ed and passed, and the trend of in dustry is now definitely upward.' The annual report of the ^ Ford Motor Company for 1920 shows to tal assets of 384,554,941 dollars, as compared with total assets of 332. 998.121 dollars in the report for 1919. All of the outstanding stock in the company is shown...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A Striking Warning Sign [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

H striking Warning Sign v ? A novel warning sign 4ias been erected by one of the American rail way companies at a dangerous level crossing. A motor car which was badly damaged by a collision at the crossing and was useless, was acquired by the railway authorities, who erected it at the crossing on a wooden pedestal, carrying a large sign worded1 as follows: 'Did the driver of this Stop — Look— Listen?' Needless to say, the sign is effec tive. ? -

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Timber Export—"White's Discoveries. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

The Timber Expert— 'White's Discoveries.' Mr. White ('Nobby'), who is the manager for Millars' Karri and Jar rah Company at Yarloop and the adjacent mills, is one of the best timber experts in Australia, and is always experimenting to find out timber values and the use of often discarded varieties. He has discov ered the value of the quick-growing 'Acacia' for axe handles and the like, and certainly it is a most wonderful timber, having a very great spring and good grain, almost unbreakable. It is very quick grow ing, trees 13 years achieving a 13 inch girth ; it does very well in the iron-stone ranges. He , has great faith in the future of the kiln dried woods for furniture-making and the like, not only for jarrah, but other timbers, particularly sheoak. It would he well if Lane-Poole and his miridions were to consult such real old bushmen and timber authori ties as Mr. White, and not rely on text books, etc, for knowledge often wide of the mark. Sergeant Adams, JAM. Sergt. Adams, ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Varloop Men and Matters. Hugh McNeil [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

VfiflH) tlei til Natters Hugh McNeil. Certainly the most pro gressive investive. speculative person along the SouthWest ern Railway is mine host Hugh. McNeil, of Yarloop and Waroona, and lots of other places with little off-shoots at Pitharra and elsewhere. Hush first visited the West in 1896. Saw the prospects dong the South- West line, then just completed, and heaved ' his frame there, and there he has stuck ever since. Runs sundry hostelries look id on as the best of country houses, stores, aerated water factories, and the Lord knows what. Is more than proud of his family o? four bouncing boys, youngest 'aged just six weeks, and he needs to be for they are a bonny lot. Mrs. McNeil is a splendid housekeeper, and when things are busy even helps her hubby make up sodawater, etc., and ill in the garden is lovely. Hughie has -very sensible views on the Li censing Act, and ought to be in the House, but as a fact he's too damned straight, honest, and punc tilious to be a politician or t...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LABOR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

LJUHNt -'Hm (By 'Spartacus.') 'Twas a bonnie turn out at tne dance of the Hotel and Restaurant Employees on Thursday at the Town HalL One visitor says he didn't know there were so many pretty girls in (Perth. Workers' nenresenftative Somep ville, of Arbitration Gourt,:in his efforts 'to be super-judicial, some times appears to the union advo 'cate to be antagonistic to him. His jibe to Butchers' secretary Graham about commonsense was. certainly ill-timed, as Graham proved after lunch that he had taken the rea sonable attitrde throughout. ? The Master Caterers state they are not prepared to make Mr. Can ning's award compulsory through out the industry by making it a common rule. So ihat after agree ing to the arbitration, they repudi ate the finding. A bad precedent, my masters, and one which as in the Boss Bakers' Strike the em ployees might follow. The Disputes' Committee has its hands full again. First there is the Printers' Dispute and the Es planade muddle, and Tom Butler is try...

Publication Title: Mirror
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

FOR GOOD BREAD. CM. REGAN BAKER, EAST FREMANTLE. CLEAN ANd COSY IS The Guildford Hotel RIgbt on the Main Road. Billiards and Every Convenience. M. BYRNE, Proprietor. At Midland Junction. i # Opposite the Station. : Tie CMuaerclfll Hotel STANDS SUPREME. SWAN BEER OF THE BEST. H. BLATHERWICK, Proprietor. They All Go to The FREEMASONS HOTEL AT MIDLAND. ' The Home of Smiles, Cheerfulness and Civility Residence. JOE TIPPETT (ex Bicton), Proprietor BETTER and CHEAPER REPAIRS To Bikes, Motor Cycles, or Cars, than can be got In Perth. WE BUILD TO ORDER. Midland Agents for EXCELSIOR. Everything: Yon Need In These Lines. ARTHUR FLINT YORK-ROAD, MIDLAND JUNCTION. Where to Stay in Midland Junction. THE COUNCIL CLUB HOTEL, HELENA-STREET. Proprietress: MRS. E. SHEEHAN. Good Table. Clean Beds. Special Terms for Permanent Boarders. 'Phone L71. The Helena Vale Hotel is Opposite the Station MIDLAND JUNCTION. Clean, Commodious, Capitally-Kept, Everything Tip'Top, including the Swan Ale. JOHN PETTIT, P...

Publication Title: Mirror
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Make No Mistake! [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

No Mistake I i

Publication Title: Mirror
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The Day at Northern RACING DE LUXE. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

lie Dti ft NtrlMi — o — RACING DE SLUXE. Wednesday was a real lay out for the sporting fraternity of this city; r for Benny Burch, the secretary of the Northam Race dub had ar ranged a big charity fixture for that day, but, qyen then I'm not sure whether it was the call of the 'dead. certs' or the sweet call of charity that attracted the big attendance. However, the special train which left Perth was well laden with book makers, punters, 'guns,' sports, press, and scribes. Motor cars, tons of 'em, plied from Perth and Northam to the course, through roads which were well camouflaged with mud. Those -who were unfor tunate enough to use the special train that Commissioner Pope pro vided for the return journey were subjected to a long tedious delay, which somewhat dampened the spirits of the tired turfsters. The engine-driver and fireman of the train, apparently, were steering a real dinkum 'dead-un,' however, suf fice to say, all were safely landed in Perth shortly after midnight.

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R.S.L. NOTES AMONGST THE MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

b. s.l mips AMONGST THE MILLS. Secretary Sengt.-Major Charles Collett, of Yarloop, is a great graft er 'for the boys, and is an old sol dier and sailor,- too. Served many years with the British Army in -S. * Africa and .India, and was recog- 1 nised as one of- the finest cavalry men in the service — (they / were true cavalry and not gentlemen of the Mounted Infantry Light Horse; —and designed and carried out the musical rides at the Royal Military Tournament at the Agricultural Hall, Islington. Came to Western Australia from India and settled in the South-West ; heard the drums of 'war, and at once proffered his services at Blackboy, and was grip ped, grasped and grappled. There he instructed various units, includt ing engineers, artillery, infanfxy and light horse. Somehow he 'never seemed tired, aad had a -true Sergt. Major's command of voice and lan guage, but Australian military me-' thods and he did not entirely agree/ and he tried his damndest to see*. France, but was ever and...

Publication Title: Mirror
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

CITY HOTEL CORNER KING and MURRAY STREETS. IIHST CLASS ~ACGOMitfODATIOK AND LIQUORS. Telephone A4094. The Dread Pyorrhea begins with Bleeding Gums I1 j orrlica^s iiirgcUup germs cause inauy ilk. Medical science lias proven ibis. ' - Diseased conditions, which not long: ago doctors were unable to (race to a cause, are sow known often to be the result or Pyorrhea germs that breed in pockets about the teeth. Rheumatism, anaemia, nervous disorders, and otber dis eases have been traced in many oases to this Pyorrhea infection. Don't let Pyorrhea work its wicked will on your body. Visit your dentist frequently for tooth and gum inspection. And watch your gums yourself. Pyorrhea, which afflicts four out or five people over forty, begins with tender and bleeding: gums; . then 'the gums recede; the teeth decay, loosen, and fall out, or must be extracted to rid the sys tem of poisons generated at their base. Forhan's For the Gums will pre vent Pyorrhea — or check its pro gress, ir used in tim...

Publication Title: Mirror
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

Hudson Super Six, Theater, as good as new; painted royal blue. Seat covers. Overland 90 Model, practicatty new; purchased in Sydney few months ago, only done 6,000 miles; beautifully -painted, ruckle finish, Overland SO ModeL Tyres like new. Will repaint if required. Complete in every detail. Overland 90 ModeL Just out of paint-shop; new hood; seat covers; large tool box; three Hew tyres, two really good. Studebaker, 4 cylinder, 7 seater, seat covers, tyres good; nickle fin ish. An ideal car for hire work Hupmobfle, late model; just been ' thoroughly overhauled; will repaint to suit; electric equipment; in per fect condition. Maxwell, 25 ; fully equipped, ready for the road, at a bargain price. ? Fords : We have several good cars cheap. TERMS MAY BE ARRANGED ON ANY OP THE ABOVE CARS. ]obn$on,Bra(lley $ Williams, Ltd ii'47 Pier-$i, Perlb SAFE. QUICK, ENJOYABLE MOTOR BIDING. PHIL RYAN, ASK FOR G.P.O. MOTOR RANK. TeL A8488. m Garage Tel. Aim. # Get a Car from Pidl. Ryan. Let's go round...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

A REAL ^FHORN IN THE SIDE OF pern's Net f cmiiie IB PERTH'S POPULAR BUTCHER, j. K. WARNER City Markets, Wellington St. (FOOT OF HORSESHOE BRIDGE) . They have tried to settle him by forcing up prices at Stock Sales. That didnt work, so they lowered prices in retail shops. Still he ism going strong, and can outbuv and undersell them. Why? * 'BECAUSE THE PUBLIC SUPPORT HIM. HIS PRICES THIS WEEK ARE: Sides of Mutton, 6d. lb. Sides of- Lamb 7d. flb. Beef, from 4d lb. Roast Beef, 6d. and 7d. lb. Sirloin, 8d. lb. Quarters of Beef, 4£d., and old lb. Sheep, 5£d. lb. 100 Prime Spring Lambs, at 7d. lb. Come along yourself, and tell all your friends about it. You and they will be well served. If you need FURNITURE, CROCKERY, HOUSEHOLD FUR NISHINGS, Men and Boys' SUITS and OVERCOATS, Ladies' FURS. GOLFERS, BLANKETS. Etc A. MacrOw& Sons Pty. Ltd. THE EASY TERMS PEOPLE. Can Supply Ton Satisfactorily. Terms: 4s., in the £1 Deposit. Weekly Payments According to Vain* of Purchases. Note Addre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

PERTH TOWN HALL. SUNDAY NEXT. Perth Symphony Orchestra. Assisted! by 'Miss Z. (Lenegan and Mr. Peter Roxtoy. Conductor: Mr. Harold Betteridge. Leader: Mr. Lionel Hart. Admission, silver coin. Seats may be reserved at Room 6, 715 Hay-st. THECARLTON THE COST CORNER HOTEL. OODERICH-ST., EAST PERTH. THE STOCKS ARE GOOD-OH! JACK GREEN. Proprietor. THE GRAND HAIRDRESSING SALOON. 168 Murray-street. Under. Management C. A. Jackson (Late of Palace Saloon). Three Chairs. First-Class Artists. Grosvenor Cafe j 144 BARRAGKSTREET, The Best Th'reeCourse Meal in Perth for Is., at the Grosvenor Cafe, 144 Barrack-street, near Wellington street. You Will Enjoy Youi Visit The Beer's good at the Oddfellow's and it's always a pleasure to see Jack Visser.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

Mis Majesty's Hefltre —PERTH—' Week Commencing August 13 tK 'Direction: .. United Theatres and 'Films, Ltd. . All Australia Wieh Of Locally Produced Pictures, Including , A Romantic Love Story of the days when our' Grandfathers were Boys, entitled: .^^^^ A* Written and Produced by A. C. Tinsdale. Alia a Locally Produced Comedy. Featuring Aspirants for Movie Fame in WJL, Entitled: Waited a Stor Featuring: Mary Thiokfoot, Olga Pushover, Fatty Carbuncle, Douglas Fairshanks, ^ Charlie Capstain, ~ AsnwereZtfamkuare. They are green But confident. Come and see. them in the making. Some of them; are 'doomed' to be Stars. Showing for six nights with a complete supporting programme of scenic, comedy, and dramatic subjects new to Perth. POPULAR PRICES. Tickets on application to United Theatres and Films, Ltd. Offices, Studios, and Laboratories, iPerth. - V / ? Box Han at Nicholson's Daily, and His Majesty's Confectionery -..,,.- Nightly. Exclusive Rights Controlled by UBiTED THEATRES AND K -.*...

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Gardening Notes. Tomato Plants Available. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

[?] Tomato Planti AvaflaWe. Some of the plants offered fo.r sale are, succulent, soft plaats, bril liant green in colour, most appar entiy raised in heat under glass, and never hardened off. Take cane then in buying plants to choose only those which have been hard ened off in the open. Their fol iage will be almost yellow in colour, and their stems a reddish, brown. When settine them out take care to plant firmly. Tomatoes dudike a - loose soil, and are- far less .^sub ject to disease m a firm root liin. As soon as the young 'plants find t their feet, get back to a green col- ?-. our, and commence to gxow. they should be sprayed mth lime .sul phur, 1 in 40 of water, coating the undersurface of the leaf as j^I as the tops. If this spraying is re peateir e^er fortnight tfcroi^iiout the growing -season there need tje^ little fear of the true fungus d&« eases which have played so mucaT havoc with tomatoes during recem: - year. So general and destructive is the fungus disease kno...

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Engine Temperature Centro [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

€«oine imptrmn £oitro t\ ? ? A fact which does not appear to be appreciated as it should be is that the power output of an engine and its fuel consumption are affect ed by the temperature at which -the engine runs, which, In the case of the water-cooled engine, may be taken as the temperature of the cooling water. There is no doubt that the majority of engines are over-cooled under ordinary running conditions, for the cooling systems are designed to cope with the heat generated at full power. There is also the variation in climatic con ditions to be considered, and it is a common experience to find that a car runs better in winter ?wlien^ the fan belt is removed or when ^'por- tion of the radiator is blanked out, thus reducing the efficiency of the cooling system. It should be rea lised' that -the heat dissipated in the water represents a loss of energy, and, although this is unavoidable, the loss can be kept as low as pos sible by running the engine at the most economical temperatu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

BRAHAM BROS. Fremantle DENTISTS (By Roy G. Braham, L.D.S., A.O.D., Melb. Un.). 59 Market Street (over Beisley's) Fremantle PHONE B805

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Subur—Banalities where Everybody Goes [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

Subur— Banalities wiere EveiilHr files When the crowd patronise a place you know it must, be attractive; _ when the discrixninating are found* there, too, you 'know it must be al right, and there is something al right and very attractive about Perth's best and most up-to-date hotel — The Savoy, in Hay-street. Every drink, and every meal serv ed there is right, and everyone who has ever stayed there patronising the modem and luxurious accom modation for eating and sleeping is a satisfied person. In the Saloons below, be the weather ho,t or cold, bar attendants, expert and attrac tive, will fix you up 'with just ex actly what you want. It is the ^,. spot that spells satisfaction to all - \ who use it, and its genial manager, *? Mr. J. J. Ryan, places his long ex perience in catering for the public at the public service.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

I Cut and Pit your own Material Read to Make Up at Home, or Supply the Latest in Costumes. MISS M. HARBISON, Dressmaker and Oostumiera, 40 BEAUFORT-STREET. ?Over Johnston's Furniture Shoo) Tel. 1838. NURSE 8TOCKLEY has private rooms for each patient. Every possible con venience; fine open balconies; com fortable garden and lawn seats; One high position; rresh air. and conveni ent to city.. Large staff or skilled nurses always in attendance. Ter«as moderate. SWAN HOSPITAL. 690 NEWCASTLE-STERET. Tram to 1 JN tus-street. Telephone Ai 611. ALWAYS ASK FOR DIAMOND Floor Polish THE GREATEST CLEANSER AND BEAUTIPIER. PRICE It. PER TIN. WORTH 20/ - OBTAINABLE ALL STORES. MADE IN PERTH. WA. IP YOUR PIANO NEEDS EXPERT TUNING or THOROUGH AND SKILFUL REPAIRING, *'*''«»'* DAYIES BROS. & CO. a *u ^MURRAY STREET (Opposite Bon March©). Are the people to see or refer your friends to. A lifetime experience WE GUARANTEEhS?ll^Vo^'£ ^'-PHONB «,. ? ? :: DO YOU VALUE YOUR HEALTH? :: Then Purchase Yo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

If/' 7-TS-::::. : '* FOB ?»'?«'' ECONOMICAL, and PAINLESS DENTISTBY, DENTIST: MA88ET OBOSSE. The HYGIENIC DENTAL INSTITUTE 134 BARRACK STREET * ? . ? DO HOT CONTUSE OUB PREMISES WITH OTHEBS CLOSE BY. THE HOST COMMODIOUS HOTEL IN FBEMAHTLE. ORIENT HOTEL. 40 BEDROOMS. LARGE DMIN&-ItOOM 8 AND LOUNGES. Tel. 688. Drink Mil Ales and Stout Seldom Equalled — Never Surpassed. COURTHOI^L Beaufort St. , CON. O'BRIEN MCCARTHY'S Railway Hotel, Barrack St., Perth mbs. s. £. McCarthy, * Proprietress. HOTEL PERTH BARRACK and MURRAY-STREETS. The Central and Most Oommodioas Residential Hotel. T«L 4188. . J. J. RYAN, Proprietor. Royal Hotel d^ ]PERTH£ '~' — ?— *— ? -- ImpLPint — Rept. Quart — Rept. Pin-, Whisky, Extra Special ? ,11/0 S/6 Whisky. Special Scotch ? 7/9 10/3 5/3 Whisky, Old Highland ? - 9/0 4/9 Rum, Fine Old Jamaica ? ii/o 5/6 Rum, Jamaica ? - »/ 4/9 Rum, No. 1 (Australian) ? * 7/9 4/3 Brandy, Tondut Freres ? 10/0 5/3 Brandy, Chateau Tanunda ? 10/0 5/3 Brandy, Penfolds ? .. 9/6 5/...

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