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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

[?] [ YOU are invited to | inspect our Furniture, — I which is All made by White Australians, and to Buy Direct from the Factory. Tel B780. Save Money on ? — s j — ? Quality Furniture j NICHOL& ETHEL'S I PRICES are ALWAYS RIGHT : ? Every Article Sold is the Work of a. Master i Craftsman ; Come and choose what you prefer for imm ediate ; delivery, or, if you want us to hold it for you ? for future delivery we will. i Nichols & Ethel, f^,?^ I | 5 ' ? : ? r » I Cut and Fit your own Material Read to Make Up at Home, or Supply the Latest in Costumes. BUSS M. HARRISON, Dressmaker and Costeuniertf, 40 BEAUFORT-STREET. ?Over Johnston's Furniture Shop.) TeL 1838. NURSE STOCKLEY has private rooms for each patient. Every possible con venience; fine opten balconies; com rortable garden and lawn seats; line higrh position; fresh air, and conveni ent, to city. . Large staff of skilled nurses always in attendance. Terms moderate. SWAN- HOSPITAL, 690 NEWCftSTLE-STERET. Tnim to 1 3f ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

FOR BEST JOINTS AND CUTS Try P. H. JAMES Family Butcher, SI CL.VISEBROOK ROAD. EAST PERTH* Call or Ring: TeL A2025

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

Walker & Holmes Butchers Market St, Fremantle & Barrack St, Perth ARE OFFERING THE FIRST SPRING LAM 8 AT REDUCED PRICES Under the Management of our Special Small Goods Man our CAMBRIDGE SAUSAGES and Small Goods if once tasted will never be forgotten — — ? — i — ? — — ? . SHOULD YOU REQUIRE IN THESE HARD TIMES A GOOD DEAL, , A CHEAP DEAL. A SQUARE DEAL, Take All Your Photos Along to the Frame Expert BARNEY BOYLE, 5O SoutH Ter. Enlargements a Speciality. Sole Agent for the Queensland Golden Casket in Fremantle. THE RIVERSIDE ARCADIA. The SANDRINGHAM HOTEL, Belmont An Ideal Spot on the Best road out of Perth. EDGAR H. FIEDLER, Proprietor. DRINK SWAN AT THE SWAN ON THE SWAN WHEN YOU CALL AT The SWAN HOTEL, North Fremantle The Host is BILL BORWICK. THERE'S A DAINTY LITTLE PUB. IN FREMANTLE. THE PIER HOTEL, in Cliff Street Go Round and See it Yourself. A. Stazzonelli (Steve), Host. NEW MANAGEMENT. A BOSS ALWAYS IN BLOOM! ROSE HOTEL NORTH FREMANTLE. JACK QUINN, HOST. ? THE ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Foolish Mistakes in Dress [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

FooUsk Mistakes in Dress Many and foolish are the mistakes that we have made in dress from the time when dress began— mis- takes chiefly in the two essentials of suitable dress-comfort and beauty. Perhaps the most beautiful, be cause the most simple, dress of any nation or period was the tunic and tntra and +.hi» CTar^eful riranerv of the Roman man and woman. Yet, what discomfort! There was gen uine comfort for the head and feet certainly, but how distressing and hampering the folds of drapery must have been. The dress of the. Middle Ages was certainly picturesque, so pictures que, indeed, that the 'Pre-Raphael- ites' could hardly paint a picture , without introducing this costume. Artistic it certainly was, but what extravagances were practised in dress at this period! The long peaked shoes, the hanging sleeves that almost touched the ground, the caps with yards of material hanging from them; the women's dresses with skirts so long and cumber some that they had to be turned oved th...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

M!TM!MtYl€MI! Never Uefore Has Pertb seen any thing to approach the Movie Ball, JneW in the Town' Hall last Wednesday even ing. s Tite lighting, me trotting of those present, the supper, the -landng, and ibQ general arrangements went to make up a ball -m * gigantic scale. The : whole affair would have called' tor ex-. penses to the tune or -otet CtOOO to anyone else J»ar the movie people, and even to them It must Have cost s Dig sum — when one considers Hut ten miles pf electric wiring: and 2000 globes were used in the lighting alone. ''God Save the King' was not struck up unjil i.ih asn. Everybody, present enjoyed. themselves immensely, and are already anxiously awaiting the next. The credit for the whole success of the affair must ge given to Mr. Hamilton Brown, who always was a whale for work. He handled the whole affair as only Brownie can handle a thing of tills - description. The remainder or bis committee' consisted or:— T. H. coom'-ie (president), F. L. Seager (chairman), J....

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

SURE EASE AND BELIEF FROM .RHEUMATISM. SCIATICA. AND Kim-RED ^iLHENTS. HERBS FOR ALL TROUBLLS AT WARDS 06 ABERDEEM-8TREET. Mrs. Ward Atteir'vto Ladles. Scores or Referencss. A. E. HEATHCOTE SURGEON DENTIST. Upstairs, over Trouchet's, Wellington and Barrack Sts. &3 '9MI9W&S 'ONUNltM *9HUimag AWaV*K-oj,otf«J FORTY-The Dangerous Age for Men It is t&en that the dread Pyor rhea Is most likely .to get establish ed in the mouth. It is then that lone-continued dental neglect tells . Pyorrhea — which afflicts four out or nve people over Torty — begins with nothing more alarm ing' than tender and bleeding gams. But, as this insidious disease pro gresses, the gums recede, the teeth decay, loosen, and fall out, or must be extracted to free the sys tem or the poisonous Pyorrhea germs that lodge in little pockets around them. . It is to the inrections or these deadly germs that medical science has traced many or the ills or mid die age— weakened vital organs, nervous disor...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

At Midland Junction, Opposite the Station. The commercial Hotel mmu STANDS SUPREME. SWAN BEER OF THE BEST. H. BLATHERWICK; Proprietor. They AH Go to The FREEMASONS HOTEL AT MIDLAND. The Home of Smiles, Cheerfulness and Civility Residence. JQE 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 You Need in These Lines. ARTHUR FLINT YORK-ROAD, MIDLAND JUNCTION. Where to Stay in Midland Junction. THE COUNCIL CLUB HOTEL, „ HELENA-STREET. r 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, Proprietor. WHERE YOU CAN GET A 7 DRINK THAT IS A DRINK. The Railway Hotel WEST MIDLAND. ?H. HAINES and SWAN BEER. «*- ? ? ? IN PICTURESQUE GUILDFORD The Snug ...

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 — 6 August 1921

» ..... \I7Vx*-*~fc rt **» HER FANCIES — WOII13.I1 and HER FADS *£ Comtng Modes *& ? ^ There is strong evidence that foul' ard is to be one of the features among the smart frocking of the Spring and Summer. It has spe cial qualities which wili commend itself to everybody, namely, that it can be depended upon to wear well and look well to the last, and that it hangs so gracefully. It is pecu liarly suited for this climate, as dust shakes off it without any injury, and the foulard of good quality rarely fades or changes colour. It cleans and washes beautifully, too. But. quite apart from this prac tical side of its. merits, the foulard' of to-day— with the new handsome designs in which it is turned out — is peculiarly smart and sumptuous in effect. It makes delightful lit tle frocks which have alT the rich ness of satin or brocade, yet hang with almost the softness of geor gciic ouu uu iiul crusn. It is, however, in the three-piece, costume that foulard is 'used in its newest ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Subur-Banalities West Guildford, Midland, Bellevue [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

I SuburHBanaltties West GaiMfoni, Midland, Bdkvue Peter the 'Pint'-er. Deko , Bill has been christened 'Walrus.' A new suggestion, for the War Memorial. Why not devote the money to buying more gold medals for the Council? It is rumoured that Steve But ler is to train the racehorses Jimmy Mac brought over from the East. Jimmy will now sing: — ' Oh, Stevie, oh, Stevie, You're far too slick for me, For you're the slickest man I know To train the mokes for me. We are anxiously awaiting an* other' 'Swan Express' imagination Stanch like the 'Springheel Jack' stCft. There is no doubt Inky has a good imagination. Les. Persse is going in. for 'kit- chen garden cultivation, provided the local pound is enlarged. Have a look in Ray Moore's window, at the first-class prizes of fered \ for a forthcoming euchre tournament and dance in the Town HaH Because of small boys singing 'Where Did You Get That Hat?' Phil. Mitchell has stored his fam . otis black felt tile 'away with the moth-baBs. The local...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Homily for the Housewife [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

Homtly for tke Housewife The Care of Chamois Leather*— Many people refuse to wash their leathers, saying that by so doing they become so hard and stiff they are of little use afterwards. This is due to careless washing, and it will not happen if the following re-, cioe is followed: — Put three pints of tepid rain water into a bowl and add to it four tablespoonfuls of household ammonia. . Place the leather in the bowl, and leave A, soaking for an hour, then with a wooden spoon work it about well, pressing it so as to remove as much dirt as possible. When nearly clean lift it into another basin of tepid water, and nib well with the hand until clean. Repeat this process in several waters until all the dirt is removed, then hang in the shade to dry, when it should be rubbed between the hands until as soft and pliable as new. Do not put pans and kettles part ly filled with water on the stove to soak, as it only makes them more difficult to clean. Fill them with cold water to soak away fr...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Wit of the World [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

TO of the florid | War knocks the ''L' out of glory. —'The Non-Partizan Leader1' -Minn). 'What are you doing, Auntie?' 'Making myself look beautiful, dear.' .'Will it take long. Auntie? '' — 'London Opinion.' 'This is the time to put emphasis on the 'dig' in the dignity of lab our.'— Greenville (S.C.), Piedmont. Just as a matter of curiosity, how many times does Germany think the Allies should win the war before thev can be considered to have won ;t?l-'New York Evening Post.' 'I thought you always went to Doctor Forceps?' 'Well, I did for years, but I got so tired of his. magazines.' — 'Anon.' In our busy divorce courts, the more the decrees the greater the in crease of work. — 'London Opinion.' If Charlie Chaplin's bride is wise she'll cook no big. soft lemon pies.— 'Washington Post.' Germany is finding that repara tions are harder than preparations. —'New York Morning Telegraph.' Germany is marking time, it is announced: it is also announced that the Allies are timing the marks. —...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
"Are You a Thought Reader?" [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

'Are yob a TlMfMt Rcdler?' — o — If not, take our advice and let the ? hotelkeeping business severely alone; because as sure as Fate some unscrupulous person will find his way on to your premises after hours seeking1 to~have his life saved with a good nip. And he will swear that be is the essence cf tx- uuxutiiuc ucLVGioci. 'njicu - yuu ask for his railway ticket he will throw out his chest and exclaim: 'My car is outside, and we have just got in from Goolumbine or Grabemup.' And just as soon as you fall to the bluff and save his life for him, in romp the DrS. And, of course, he tells quite another tale to them. It turns out that bis tra vels have been per boot and con fined to the city section. So tiiey haul up the hotelkeeper and] show him how to help reduce the State deficit. Apparently, omy one chance is available to the unfortunate boni face, and that is to have the faculty of looking right into the mind ofj the visitor, turning it inside out* to see if the excuse for a taste i...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TROTTING REDEVIVUS Under the Lights Once More Record Crowd—Great Night's Sport [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

TROTTING REDEVIVUS UMer at Liffets oic« Mtre Itctrt cr#w«-6r«ti Nigirs spwt ? Arter an absence of about Toot weeis tbe trotting wheels were again set in motion for the 1921-2 season. An ex ceptionally large crowd put in an at teaHknce, amongst which was the visit ing Interstate Footballers, who were the guests or the W.A.T.A, Owing to the big crowd tbe automatic- machine was in great demand, as perusual those wbo will not invest their money until the last moment were left sadly lamenting when their selection duly arrived. Following- are' tffe results:— Belmont Handicap.- — Hose Kay, SO. (Craven). I; HuUisay, 40 (Walton), 2; Itcarost ilibbun, lo (Kirkc), 3. Won l»v one yard, with' 7 yards between sec aiid Miii'd. Mbs ^hautton was fourtl:. other starters: The Masher, Loitl Dex ter, scr.; Lucky Patch, 2.0; Some Girl. Hearken,- 25; Solar Plexus, Zlsterwood, Lucky Maid, 50; zfilah Hook. 55; Lady WUde, 66; Prince Maurltins, ^70; Ian Junior, 75; Miss Shandon, 80. Betting: 2 to l agst Roths...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Commonwealth clerks Ringing out the old. HOLD A WASHING' DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

ctmraweaiti Clerks Riiiiai Oritfceoii. HOLD A WASHING DAY. The crowd that oversee our letter carriers, pay our old-age pensions, and make out our taxation bills are usually too tame for a row, but last Wednesday 'night they broke all records by creating a stir that was heard even as far off as the Criterion — the meeting was held in St. George's Hall. ihe bone of contention was- the Presidency. One Davis, a. Suby Councillor, and always a stickler for, the rights of the bottom dogs of thei service, had been re-elected by a three to one majority over a certain Oliver, who, being practically con fidential clerk to the Chief Postal ».aa*9apwv.bvjx- i*uc; laua. cuiu. xuc very properly rejected with a -grain of salt. Oliver, however, was not the man to take a reverse like a sport. Talk' about a squeal- We never heard a man take a licking in such poor style. In seconding the vote of thanks to the returning officer, he spoke for nearly an hour, instancing in wearisome detail statements of D...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Goldfielders in Melbourne CIVIC RECEPTION AND MATCH [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

6t MltcMers ii Md fturie cIvk Ujunm «m turci A great reception was given to the Westralian footballers by Lord Mayn*. Swanson at the Town Hall to-day. In a witty speech he referred to his early days in the football field against a 4-st. heavier man. He was ultimately stop ped by tbe heavier man, whicb-ended his day's play. Mr. s. Keia, manager ui me uoiu nels team, said the team had journeys i two thousand miles to play one match. He' was sorry tbe team bad not experi enced true goldnelds weather. (n thanking the Mayor, he wished to say he thought the conditions would oper ate against the visiting team, but they would do their best. Armstrong, captain, spoke on behalf of the visitors. He proposed the toast to Alderman John Gardiner, one tink champion of the Carlton Club. MKLBOURNE. Saturday. — PurhiK the week drenching- rain has fallen, which made the ground sloppy. Bril liant football was. therefore, impos sible. Prior to the start a shower of rain caused inconvenience, besides mak...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Molt from the Terrace COLLIER MAKES A GREAT HIT. GERMAN GOLD V. AUSTRALIAN WHEAT [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

Rigif irm tie Terrace COLLIER MAKES A GREAT HIT. GERMAN GOLD V. AUSTRALIAN WHEAT Speaking oh the Address-in-Reply. Mr. Collier ( Leader or the Opposition) said tbat it was a scandal that the consumers or this countiv were paying- 9/- a bushel rev wheat for local consumption. Here again, as showing- the influence or tin; Farmers' Association, when the price was 7/8 per bushel, before it was raised to 9/- Der bushel last vear. t.hp mem bers of this organisation in this House and the executive outside or the House, declared that Tor the season's wheut, the price they should receive Tor borne consumption should be based on the world's parity. But when they round out over there that there was a tendency Tor the price or wheat to Tall, they de cided that the world's parity for the whole of this year would not be too good ror them, it was realised that the price might Tall even below 7/8 Der bushel and, in order to hold the con sumers of this country at their mercy, they said, 'We will cha...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Fourth Australasian Football Carnival—Opened at Fremantle this afternoon—-Great Crowd Watches champions at Play VICTORIA WINS Attendance 14,500—Gate £1,221 VIVTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

mm Aistft lasiai Fttitilf Ciiiivf I- opcirt at Frmaitle tlis Afteritw- Gref 1 crtwt . Wf teles cifipfois ' VKFOIU WINS MMftKC 14JtO-Cf l€ £1,221 VIVTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Tin; nieetiiijr of Victoj'ia and South Australia at rrciiMuitle. in the inilia'. i^awe or «lie roui-Mi Australasian Fooj ball Council was an cpori--iuakiug event iu the annals of the winter pastime in Western Australia. All the conditions desirable for such an important occa me attendance, and a One playing arena. The parade or teams look place at 2.30. and it was a fine sight to see thes» picked athletes of th? commonwealth as .they strode round the oval. Sir Fran cis Newdegate performed tiie opening ceremony, and with this necessary but uninteresting portion or the afternoon's programme disposed or the way was clear for ilio commencoinent of the jmosi , important game of football iliat has ever been played in Western \tis Iralia. Umpire Collins sounded hfs whistle, and the players quickly look r(p their Jleld ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Kahr Pearce and Another Car HOTEL CONDITIONS! "MIRROR'S" EXPOSURE CONFIRMED. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

Ktftr Peirce ml Awileicir HOTEL CONDITIONS ! 'MIRROR'S' SXPOSUBE CON FIRMED. Question time seems to have been wild and wooly round Harvest Ter race way since Mrs. Cowan opened Parliament with a bed-key and cur tain lecturer Ted. Corboy was one to get early on the track with a question about tne Princes car — the one that up set the rails near Tiptedup. ' Ted. Corboy received the follow ing reply to his curious queryiiigs: 'Permission for the use of the Vice-Regal railway coach by Major Kerr Pearce (Private Secretary to the Governor) was 'given in June, last, on account of his breakdown in health, and the doctor's orders that hotel conditions were unsuitable for his recovery. One conductor only was sent with the car. Sustenance amounting to £i 14/3, railway fare £2 8/8, and £5 for the conductor, were paid by the person receiving the service.' Of Cah-pierce — we mean, of course —the figures quoted are all wrong. We know the car was on its wan derings for ten days; and if the conductor...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
WEST AUSTRALIAN TEAM SELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

WEST AUSTRALIAN TEAM SELECTED. Tin following will represent jlhc State oti Wednesday next at Subiaco; — Wituhridire, Mudie. Oreen. Ford, B-«?Bt- nall, Boyd, Hoft, Thomas, Allen, Shcedy, Gunny on. Hewby. Trusieott, Cinbris, Campbell, Ion, Outridge, Steele.. - ] Team to meet at' Christian: 'Brotliecs' College at 7.30 p.m. sbaip, on 'Spuffi day, 9th inst. ? ; ^. '/' ? .-v . Training on Subiaco Ovajgon Monday.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
"Twelve Months, One Year" SEASON TICKET SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

'Twelve Menus, oie Yeir SEASON TICKET SYSTEM. *% ? . ?^^1 ? 'Seagan' writes:— Could you al low me space to comment on the season ticket bungle at suburban stations? I am one of those whose purse does not run to Roils-Royce?, consequently I have to get to my daily toil per medium of the Gov ernment Railways. I am suffici ently well ott to be aDie to -uw'» the 'luxury' of a monthly ticket. As I went to purchase my ticket on the 1st inst.. 1 was struck by tlje thought that a number of the more or less affluent humans who formed the long queue ahead of me could well afford yearly 'passports.' Ima gine my surprise on being informed that the yearly ticket cost just as much as a dbzen monthly ones. Na turally the travelling public will not lav rtitt a tnrpivp month's -Davment when thev can get a ticket each month for one-twelfth of the annual cost and have' the use of the extra money for so long. At the present time when the Railways are a losing proposition and money is urgently needed, w...

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