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Men and Memories. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

1 men and memories/ 1 Mayor Gibson, of the Port, sports a perpetual smile. Something 'fishy' about that smile! ' (Who said Markets?) Arrived back last Sunday from the East, the genial .Tom Moore, M.L.C. Reports having had a good trip, and' feels ready for the stremious/work ahead of him in the Upper Hovise at Harvest Terrace. — v — Garry Stack is hereby appointed mother-in-chief of all the motherless toeballers at present visiting this State. Depend on it boys, Garry will always put you on the right track, and on the last tram home. Fred. Yench, late of the Econo mic, has now acquired the premises lately occupied by Barrie,. the tailor, and is/prepared to fit out men in the best and smartest up-to-date styles. He is a popular man, and should do well, knowing the business as he does. Sir Henry Irving was once play ing .'King Richard' at a suburban theatre, long before his palmy days. The battle Of Bosworth field was in full career. King Richard (Sir Henry) was unhorsed 'A horse! a ho...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Women's Wongi. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

[?] We understand on good authority that the Right Reverend the Bishop of Kalgoorlie is to be the recipient of the Degree of Doctor of Divinity from His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury. At the annual meeting of the W.A. Fire and Accident Association, held on Friday week Mr. Geo. H. Olney, manager of the Westralian Fanners' Ltd~ Insurance Department, was qttanjmously elected by -members as their president for the ensuing year. On account of his pessimistic speeches, Dean Inge, of St. Paul's, London, has been styled 'gloomy.' Personally, we are told, he is one of the most delightful men. and there was a twinkle in his eyes when he told the story of his own little son. aged six, who, when asked what he was going to be, replied, 'I have n't made up my mind, yet, but I am not going to be what my daddy is. I want to do some real work.' Lieut.-Colonel Denton, ' MX A., who defeatdf Sir Henry Lefroy for the representation of the Swan elec torate in the State Parliament, has been spending ...

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

Edith Outs Jack     I (Mrs. Cowan, M.L.A.), have been asked to draw the attention of the Minister for Railways to the fact that by charging a shilling for every perambulator put on a rail way train he is militating against the very best class of immigrant, namely, our own children. The Minister for Railways (Hon. J. Scaddan: . I will withdraw it at       once. -'Hansard,' Page 18: July 28, 1921. Well done, Mrs. Cowan. That railway charge for prams was al ways a bugbear to family men and women. 'The Mirror' has hammer ed on the subject numberless times*

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

USE DIAMOND Floor Polish THE WOR LD'S BEST. NO HOME SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT! Obtainable All Stores. Made in Australia. IF YOUR PIANO NEEDS EXPERT TUNING or THOROUGH AND SKILFUL REPAIRING, DAYIES BROS. *Sc CO. 138 MURRAY STREET (Opposite Bon Marche).^ Are the people to see or refer your friends to. A lifetime experience with the world's leading firms. WE GUARANTEE SATISFAC TION. 'PHONE A2023. BRAHAM BROS. Fremantle DENTISTS ? .' ' (By Roy G. Braham, L.D.S., A.O.D.. Melb. Un.». . 59 Market Street (over Beisley's) Fremantle PHONE B895 Children Like lu mCw^m Q^ IT CURES COUGHS AND COLDS. ALL STORES AND CHEMIST^ ? TRIANGLE TEA __ j FOR QUALITY jB§w Miss Kyle Jr^/^w^W Corset Specialist wtSfffi*l-14iX Abdominal and *, ^SkfigfA \ Surgical Belts of '' *£jff[M f J all Descriptions jHtfVk / / Made to Order tm^^y BAIRDS ARCADE -- MEAT -& PRIME QUALITY BEEP AND MUTTON AT BEDROCK PRICES FROM J. K. WARNER City Markets, Wellington St. {FOOT OF HORSESHOE BRIDGE) . THE BEEF BOODLERS ENEMY. AT PR...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Subur-Banalities Maylands [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

Subur-Banalities Mayknds ? u ? (By 'Out-of -Order.') H. C. Leister is enjoying a well earned holiday at Cooigardie. We trust he will be lucky enough to find * one of those hidden nuggets just large enough to pay for the laying out of the memorial park, and the crowd wiH say 'What a large one.' Fred Lough is down from Mornington for a few days. He speaks well of the interest taken in the 'Mirror' down that way. In fact, he said one afternoon when he was reading the Maylands Notes, he was astounded when he turned his eye only to find one of his horses looking over his shoulder and very ^interested. -Well, Fred, I feel sure T it must have been the racing notes he was looking at. Probably some of his cobbers had started at Can ning, and he .waf anxious to see the price they started at. Davey Royl paid a visit on Sun day morning last* to the monument site and park grounds, and com mented thus: 'Sell the Park lands, also , half of the block where the monument is to be erected, to the Te&a...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

?nSn.8B|iBtfmMSffir «.r KINDRED AILMENTS ,4ERBS FOR ALL TROUBLES Al WARDS 86 ABERDEEN-STREET. Mrs. Ward Attends to Ladles. Scores of Referencss. A. E. HEATHCOTE SURGEON DENTIST. Upstairs, over Trouchet's, Wellington and Barrack Sts. I Cut and Fit your own Mafcrial Read to Make Up at Home, or Supply the Latest in Costumes. MISS M. HARRISON, Dressmaker and Costumiere, 40 BEAUFORT-STREET. 'Over Johnston's Furniture Shop * TeL 1838. NURSE 8TOCKLEY has private rooms for each patient. Every possible con venience; One open balconies; com fortable garden and lawn seats; fine high position; fresh air, and conveni ent to city. Larg-e staff of skilled nurses always In attendance. Terms tus-street. Telephone Al 611. Under Distinguished Royal Patronage. The Ardade Studios (Established 20 Years). 'The Picture Framers, Photo graphers and Photo Enlar gers of the West-' F. C. SWATHE, Proprietor. Central Arcade (Opp. Railway Station). LADIES ONLY. You Want Wavy Hair? Well Try WAVE-SNA. 1/9. All Leadi...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

TKe World's Best Polish ? Black Watch FOR STOVES AND GRATES. Excellent as a Wood Varnish, or Enamel for Bedsteads, Chairs, Motor Covers,' or Hand Bags. Ma4e in Wertern Australia by t. C. Hancock 0o0 Behnont. 1/8 ALL 'GROCERS.

Publication Title: Mirror
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

FREMANTLE PALLADIUM Direction . . . T. M. Coombe. House Manager Geo. Turner. SATURDAY: 'An Old Fashioned Boy' (Charles Fay). 'The Marriage Pit' (Frank Mayo). WEDNESD/Y: 'The Cradle of Courage' (W. Hart). 'The Coun try Cousin' (Elaine Hammerstein) To tbe Girls and Boys: We love the children! Every Saturday afternoon there is a special programme for you.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Old Album CHANGES IN HAIRDRESSING. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

Tke Old Album CHANGES IN HAZRDRES&BTG. An amusing half Jiour or so is as sured if one cons the leaves of an old album and studies the changes in hairdressuig and costumes the vcars have brought. Hairdres?;ng is not the least curi ous to modern eyes. Yet, how lovely grandma looked, had we been alive to see her in her hour of triumph! She wculd tell you that we never looked so nice in all our young lives. That is as it may be, but the various, modes of hairf dressing are interesting, and have paid a large part in the develop ment of women,** and it is said, in the religion and customs of a conn try. Orientals of high-caste veil their hair as well as their faces even as late as to-day. As a protest against the be-curied vanities of the Stuarts, the Puritans cut their hair short, both women and men. Since every head is not perfect in shape ic is not given to aU women to wear their tresses braided. To do so requires that one's head and profile fulfil t'ne best Madonna type. But, ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

Director: J. C. WilKamson Films. MONDAY TO FRIDAY. THE AUSTRALIAN COMEDIAN, Clyde Cook ?All Wrong* Also 'The Street Called Straight,' on Monday and Tuesday. Wednesday to Friday— Madeline Traverse in 'The Splendid Sin,' and Pina Menichelli in 'A Woman's Story.' Monday— 'Unseen Forces' and 'A World of Folly.' Wednesday— 'The Dead line' and 'The Street Called Straight.'

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CLYDE COOK. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

CLYDE COOK. Aussie's Own Film Comedian, who appears at the Majestic Theatre all next week in 'All Wrong.'

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

SHOW FEATURES FOR THE WEEK The Grand Now Showing: - 'THE CRADLE OP COURAGE.' (Win. Hart.) and 'THE COUNTRY COUSIN' (Elaine Hammerstein). Commencing' Wednesday. 'THE FOURTEENTH HUN' (Robert Warwick). 'MAKING HER HIS WIFE.' (Vivian Martin). The Majestic Monlay to Friday. 'ALL WRONG' (Cldye Cook). and 'THE STREET CALLED STRAIGHT' (Milton Sills). Commencing Wednesday: 'A WOMAN'S STORY' (Pina Menichelli). - The Royal Showing All tbe Week: '19 AND PHYLLIS' (Charles Ray). And 'THE BRANDED FOUR' (Episodes 4 and S). The Stage Shaftecbury Theatre. Peter Brooks -Amusement C.in Revues and Comedy. (Produced toy Elton Black}. The palladium Monday to Friday. 'A SMALL TOWN IDOL' (A special Mack Sennett 6-Reel com edy, featuring Ben Turpin). Additional Wednesday: 'THE TRIFLERS' (Edith Roberts). Fremantle Shows Now Showing: Princess. — 'Hair a Chance' (Mahlon Hamilton). 'Marriage Pit.' and 'Tbe Eastern Westerner' (Harold Lloyd). Palladium.— 'An Old 'Fashioned Boy' (Charles Ray), 'The Marriage Pit' (F...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Short Skirts Prevail NEW FASHIONS DISREGARD-ED IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

£Wt Skirt* Prevail NEW FASHIONS DISREGARD ED IN PARIS. Easter Sunday sees the definite inauguration of the spting and sum mer fashions for women, writes the Paris correspondent of the 'Daily Mail.' There has been a» process of selec tion, by some sort of method of sur vival of the fittest, during the past weeks. Thus at the beginning of the season the fashion creators showed longer walking and after noon dresses, reaching almost to the ankle. Women, however, have de finitely refused to listen to the dic tates of the dress maker. . 'We have found short skirts such a boon,' one of the best-dressed women in Europe told me at the races. 'They have brought us all such a feeling of youth, such a springy walk, such a feeling of in dependence that II really trust we never shall be so foolish as to give them up.' Fashionable women seem to want to show a small head if possible, so they plait their hair into a number of small tresses, which are wound tight round the head in a manner which reca...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
OUR LOS ANGELES LETTER THE LATEST FROM MOVIELAND. Los Angeles. May 6. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

?OR LOS ANGELES LELTER THE LATEST FROM MOVIELAND. Los Aneeles. Mav 6. Bebe Daniels is back at work on the Realart 'lot,' having completed her ten-day sentence in the Santa Anna gaol, as an outcome of a speeding' expedition, undertaken by Bebe. On the day following her release, Bebe had her 'coming-out' party, when she was to have ap peared in her convict dress, the ca baret was »c be decked out to re present her cell, However, the au thorities stepped in, an'* prevented this from taking plac :. William Duncan, the serial king, together with his wife, have just returned from their honeymoon, and have ^^ramenced operifcons upon a seven-reel feature, to be titled 'The Princess of tre Desert Dream.' Some few weeks ago I stated that Hobart Bosworth would shortly, foun his o-vn rompany. This be has done, and has already commenced 'shooting' his first picture, which wia be tltied 'The Sea Lion.' Bss-: sie Love, Emory Johnson and Jack Curtis are amongst those so far casted. The Bosworth fea...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Homily for the Housewife Feed, the Brute!Appetite Appeasers [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

Homily for the Housewife Feed tke Brute ! rtppetiim Jlppmasmr* To Cure a BoiL — The skin of a boiled egg is the best remedy for a boil. Carefully peel it, wet, and apply to the boil: it draws out the matter, and relieves the soreness. Caring for Shoes. — After taking off her wet shoes, she packed them care fully with paper. This absorbed the dampness of the inside lining, and acted as a tree to keep the shoes in shape. She never dried her shoes before the fire, as this is apt to crack the threads and soles. A Sergical Operation,— To make a tired-looking blue serge suit quite fresh again, try this plan: if pos sible lay it over an ironing-board or else a table. Dip a soft brush in a lather of mild curd soap and waterwater, and go over a piece at a time of the serge; have a sponge ready in a basin of clear, warm wa tr, squeeze out. the sponge and re move every trace of the soapiness with it until all the serge has been treated. Change the cleaning water more than once. Whilst still da...

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 — 13 August 1921

pilms, Footlights, Pimys and PlayeM & Theatricalisms ^ CONDUCTED BY 'ALLAN' _ Film Phases and Facts Hnxham's Cometh. Welcome-^Janes and Raines. Jack Woods and Bob Ramond are a vocal treat. - Elsa jLangley is still ,the same dainty charming Elsa that we knew so well in by-gone Pierrot days. 'Work hard and erow cheerful,' says Elsa. Then the Mac Benefit Fund jump up. 'Where the Water Lilies Grow' — as ts^ited by the Shaftesbury quar tette-3was a splendid vocal treat. More please, Elton. It's a very hard thine to find someone who doesn't know Gladys Shaw either persoinallv or by sight. Gladys was at one time one of our 'Movie' girls at the Grand. 'Hie Paulasto Bovs — Fred and Em — arrive back in the West in a few weeks' time, for a season at the Shaftesbury Theatre. To merely say that they will be a welcome addition to an already strong bill is, indeed, putting it very mildly. It will be remembered these bovs were across here last year when the Melrose was 'the' house. Earlier ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

I YOB »''w^ EOONOMIOAL* tnd PAINLXSi DZNTISTBY, ' ' D1NTIST: MA88XT faoSSE. Tk HYGIENIC DENTAL INSTITUTE 134 BARRACK STREET BO HOT OOHTUEE OUR PBDOSK8 WITH OTHERS CLOSE BT. .- . . ? TH1 MOST OftfflP*ft™r9'f« gww- ™ raniAWLt fflg&^K CkJ£tAi& JgBi^SM^^S^S^S^SBS^iil^fefeJl \tH v' %- v ' IJBisa^^TOtr:!ivfr^MBPJBiwWHWPllBMHHPM^S^SMilBMS^w^ ' t^ '???'' ^ '-' ORIENT HOTEL. 40 BEDROCKS. LARCI DimNO-ROOM 8 MID LOUNGES. Tel. 688. Drink EMU Ales and Stout .- .??;?;.' -f ? ? . ' ? ' -'' iSeldom Equalled — Never Surpassed. COVRT HOTEL Beaufort St. CON. O'BRIEN MCCARTHY'S Railway' Hotel, Barrack St., Perth MBS. S. E. MCCARTHY, , Proprietress. HOTEL PERTH BARRACK and MURRAY-STREETS. ' - i '~ The Central sad Most Oommodioiu Residential HotcL TeL 4488. J. J. RTAH, Proprietor. M AUSTRALIA HOTEL (Guilfoyle's) Murray Street, PertH ? ? . Where the Worker can get an Honest Pot of Good Ale.; Other Drinks True to Label. J. GUILFOYLE, Proprietor Under New Management. yy^^A^.1 Liquors Supplie...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MR. J. LECKIE. COACH OF WEST AUSTRALIA'S REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

MR. J. LECEZE. COACH OF WEST AUSTRALIA'S REPRESENTATIVES. Mr. 'Jack' Leckie, Coach of this State's representatives, has had a long career as an active footballer, selector, and coach in West Austra lia. He played for Carlton way back in '94. Coining West in '95, he played with great success on the Goldfields, and was captain of six premier clubs. In 1906 he migrat ed to the coast, and his successes as coach, captain, and player were maintained. He has had wide experi ence as a coach, and all who follow the game in West Australia feel con fident that the coaching of our representatives has been entrusted to the very best man for the posi tion. «s$ 'The Mirror' congratulates you,' Jack.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Wit of the World [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

flit of the florid The Friend: 'I think I've seen vour work before, old man.' The Artist: 'Where?' The Friend: 'All over the insides of telephone boxes.' — Passing Show. Frederick was sitting on the curb, crying, when Billy came along and asked him what was the matter. 'Oh. I feel so bad 'cause Major's dead — my nice old collie!' sobbed Frederick. 'Shucks!' said Billy. 'My grand mother's been dead a week, and you don't catch me crying.' Frederick gave his eyes and nose a swipe with his hand, and, looking up at Billy, sobbed, desparingly: 'Yes, but you didn't raise your grandmother from a pup.' — Har- per's. Johnny: 'These pants that you bought for me are too tight.' Mother: 'Oh, no, they aren't.' Johnny: 'They are, too, mother. They're tighter'n my own skin.' Mother: 'Now, Johnny, you know that isn't so.' Johnny: 'It is, too. I can sit down in my skin, but I can't sit down in my pants.' — 'Boys' Life.' Once a very youthful chicken fancier had in his possession a cou ple of bantam he...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TROTTING WEDNESDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

TROTTING WEDNESDAY NEXT. On Wednesday afternoon, three trot ting- events will be conducted at the horse parade, on the Royal Show grounds at Claremont. Handicaps have hpen issnpil as ? First Division, of £50; one mile and a, half (scr. mark 2.3f.). — Glyn Dwr, Miss Dora, Irene McKinney. Louis Huon, Dear Boy, scr.; Errant Boy, 10; Ellinore, 20; VlulTy, Dearest Ribbon, Dick-Wilkes, Lucky Patch, Slay PateUen, .25; Parole'* Honoi*, 30; Doctop Tom, Joe Huon, Colin, 60; Pine Ridge. Len Sea, 70; Baby Cleve, 75. Second Division, of £55; one mile and a half (scr. mark 2.294). — Prince Mauritius, Western Lad, scr.; Fureed's Hope, Mavfleld, 5; Princess Willow, Vance, Captain Marryat, 10; O.G., 25; Sandspeed, Dan Mack, 35; Booyali, 45; Miss Bee, 55; Double Belle. 60; Mom 95; Princess Wilkes, 100. Third Division, of £55; one mile ana a hair (scr. mark 2.29*). — Ian Junior, Miss Shandon, scr.; Miss' Alto, 5; Boona mony. Salthush, Laughing- Jack, 10; Au^ gust, 15; Willow's Fancy, 20; Paddy Patchen...

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