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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

A ROSE ALWAYS IN BLOOM! '; '' ? ROSE HOTEL NORTH FREMANTLE. JACK QUINN, HOST. THE BEST OF EVERTHING. , HERE5vouR;x5nl 43I^RE^G&1 PERTH 1-lHE OTHER CHAP rou) J - - . r1' Hi O t I sSs?«Ri3 WBti 'otor School J^^M^^^3^ tejl INSTRUCTION

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

BOOTS AND SHOES. BACK TO PRE-WAR PRICES. CALL AND LET ME PROVE IT. You Can't Get a Better Repair than from £. RETCHFORD EIGHTH-AVENUE, MAYLANDS. Tbe Best of FRESH BREAD Dally to Your Door. E. BRIDE RAILWAY TERRACE, MAYLANDS. THE BEST MEAT PROM W. E. TURNER Opp. Station, MAYLANDS. Country Orders Promptly Filled, Send Cash or P.N. with Order. SAUSAGES OUR MASTERPIECE Cash Bonus Cheques Accepted. When you have read 'The Mir ror' please don't destrox it. Mail it to a friend in the country, who will enjoy it. At the Criterion Hotel, Hay street. — Swan Beer at its best. Reg. Harrison, proprietor. A GOOD LOAD OF WELL MIXED AND SEASONED WOOD. Delivered Promptly. Personal Attention. McCOY & WOOD (Returned Soldiers). EIGHTH-AVENDE, MAYLANDS. Terms Cash. For Good Blacksmith and Plumbing Work, J. BLYTHE GUILDFORD-ROAD, MAYLANDS, Near Seventh-Avenue. Baths, Tanks, Windmills, Stoves Repaired. - Bougbt or Sold.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Subur-Banalities Belmont Bangs [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

Subur-Banalities Beimont Bangs (By 'Solon.') Wally Brad., you are in the boom Sticky-beak Sam and Supercilious Jim should be fired and turned out. They call him 'Daddy' Noyca now. Some baby that, Harry. Selma, of Carlisle, is in love with the Cannington boy. Good boy, Billy Biglands! Your bad luck has left you. Do it again. Bill. Ton/ H., why don't you Jeave your motor home? Nancy prefers to walk. Tommy, what has come over you? You-actuaRy 'put in' the other night. The boys all said auite time. We .fancy we can hear, wedding bells in the distance. Ted S., we tip it's you Our beaity competition will soon close. 'Trainer' Bob Hums is still leading. Look out Bailie! Johnnie Duckwood, we hear you have given up smoking. She will want you to vote 'No License' next. Wr.'Rowe, if your successor puts the same energy into his work as you did, we will not desire a 'wake.' Dad Hancock, of the Beimont Hotel, is a first-class player of any musical instrument, as well as being an ideal publican. T...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A BELMONT GIRLIE. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

A BELMONT GIRLIE. OLIVE BOWLEY, 13 years 7 months.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Maylands Mems BEN 'S DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

Miiiaids Meas BKN'S DREAM. (By 'Out of Order.') Whije partaking of the hospitality of Ben to a jefresher the other even ing, the same Ben told 'Out of Order' an amusing s«ory-of a dreamt that he had. andi it was in connection with the first trotting meeting held in Maylands. Whether it was years ago, to-day, or years to come he did not mention, but during the con versation I really felt as if I witness ed the whole story. 'Of: course.' says Ben, 'you know I have given up attending the trotting meetings for a time, and that is possibly the reason why trotting is concentrated on my mind when 1 am ' at rest, hence the dream.' 'Having nothing to do on Satur day evenings, I decided, after con sulting Charlie Grimwocd and a number of other sporting men, to boost the district and conduct a trot ting meeting in Maylands. After making arrangements with the Local Health Board and Teddy Beedham for the registration of spiders and the insurance of riders, I called nom inations for the Maylands ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Midland Notes [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

Midland Notes (Overheard by 'Box-On.'- That 'Scottie Mair' is the mod ern 'Bill Adams/ as he is always telling some one where he was this day four years ago. Just tell us once again, and then stop for. ever and a day, as nerve tonics are too expensive to keep on buying. That Tommy Turner is .loosing both weight and sleep over tbe pro hibition. Tommy takes it to heart very much. That the Empire Pictures har bours a coterie of smoodgers. As love, courtship and jealousy are on view- while thjg screening is in oper ation. Wally, cut it out as you both remind me of two sick kittens. That muscular Ted Cook, the strong man, believes in physical cul ture. Nothir.,g like, opossum trie for strength, is there, Ted? That there is still another 'Bob Bennett' at large in Midland Junc tion, if rumours, are true. That trouble with the 'cycle club' is sighted in. the distance. Too many cooks spoil the broth

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Fremantle Fragments [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

f remantle fragments The Prohibition meetings, to have been held outside the South Pre mantle hotels on Monday were ab andoned on account of tbe rain. How can these moral uplifters ex pect to persuade the general public to take water only — if they are not game to face it themselves? Politicians* before-election pro mises are proverbial — the war-bond cashing stunt seems to be the la test thing. Kissey Gibson, the Port's new member, was fairly pro lific on that score. 'Yes, I think I can; yes, I'll fix it,' and in the week before election, 'If I get in, til cash it.' Gibson got in, but now finds he can't cash the bonds at all — and a very indignant bond holder is wondering how many dig gers were coaxed into voting for the Kissey one on the same pro mise- Fremantleites are beginning to know the new host of the P. and O., Mr. H. V. Dolin. Mr. Dolin is about seven stone of amiability, and ab out as stout as a match, which makes it hard to understand why a pest he was persuading to leav...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A Theatrical Mayor [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

A Theatrical Mayor 'Hardra-Port' writes a long let ter re the sectarian meeting at Fre mantle Town Hall last Friday week, ?in which he refers to 'the very un dignified exit of oar politician Mayor,' and asks why Mr. Gibson took the chair at all. if he didn't in tend to see it through? He says the posters advertising .the meeting in question and the reputation of the speaker billed to talk there left no possible doubt as to the class of address that would be given- It was to,,t»e a particularly vile and disloyal* attempt to disrupt the peo ple of this comer of Australia on a religious issue, and the Mayoral M.L.A. must be stupid indeed if he went on thp platform without being cognisant of it- Moreover, he has never denied that he asked the speaker 'not to make it too hot,' thereby admitting himself in sym pathy with the object of the meet ing. ?His mode of quitting was cer tainly theatrical, and it would seem that apparently he does not know his own mind, or where he stands in this a...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

^^|l W.A.Hoey ' ^^^NF earner High & ^H^H^ Packenham ^^^V Street j. ' ne stile. Down en Profiteering Walker & Holmes ARE ONCE AGAIN REDUCING THE COST OF IIWNG. ALL THEIR BEST QUALITY MEAT DOWN ONE PENNY PER LE. 58 and 60 MARKET-STREET, FREMANTLE.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
And Eve Said Unto Adam [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

1 And Eve Said Unto Adam Librarian Battye Stepped off the - 'Trans' last Sunday, looking none the worse for a flying trip East. Mr. and Mrs. Oxton, well known at CJarsmont, are holidaying at Boyup Brook. An 11th tiatt. Co., Mr. W. H. Pal mer, produced the necessary ring yesterday, and obtained the glad response fiom Miss R. Gilchrist. TJjte Tango is likely tc be ressur L rectea for lie coming dance season; it^is certainly xnore graceful than many of the 'modem jazzes.' Mr. Wi'liam Murdoch, the Austra - l£an pianist, was married to Mrs. V Dorothy Violet Lang, of Chelsea, on March 21. 'A Woman Likes Her Owni Money,' runs an advt. in the 'West.' Sure she does, and some ' times someone elses as well. Miss Locke; back from her round the-world health trip, is once more practising- moral ~ suasion ..over the youngsters at Buckland Hill School. Gone East by the Orsova:'*Mr. Sinclair McGibbon, the authority on wheat, wivb Mrs. and Miss Sinclair McGibbou. Visitors to Perth include Mrs. Milne ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

OPPOSITE TOWN HALL. G.F. Y£ATES WJLOJL, OPTICIAN. 37 BARRAG&STBEET, PERTH. TeL A362D. TAKE YOUR Q. THE SAVOY BILLIARD .. SALOON Is the most-up-to-date in Perth. 11 First-Class Alcock Tables. Frank Sparrow «*rtd Arthur Thomas, Proprietors. mmmTmTm^^_- ... . '-'M SPECTACULAR PROOES6IOV ' SPECTACULAR f»ROtJE8St0ir Through City Streets, r/ ':-. 10-15. '..'?-* SPORTS At SHOW GROUND. CLAREMONT, , SHOW GROUND. CLAREMONT, v 12.45. ; .ART ONION TICKETS, */- (Prizes £80). Admit to ground. ? THIS IS THE WORKERS' DAY. PERCY J. TRAINER, '' \

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
T.T.T.TURF & TROTTING TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

[?] (By 'Reflector,.') Violet Direct — eafly winner Look Out— Blew Out. Jewel Land left the- mark, and Dave did the rest. Maori's Friend is the bookmakers* friend Walnut — this will always do for ours, with Craven, up. Willie. Roy — father is so pleased with his run. Money i to burn, with those who fell to, Yundah Boy. Get your Jast 10 years1 losses back on Maori Maid next up. Would like to be on Vivienne Hope when fancied. Faithwaif can gallop at Good* wood. Golden Pledge, ditto Farhsworth, should be .kept in view. Volplane— the first time they put a rider Tip be with them. Palisade *s proving a 3roung gold mine to Webb and Co. Secret Despatch won't always be THIRD What PRICE Look Out next start. Waddeli reverely cautioned for careless driving of Junee Girl. Leo nard got three months for 3ess. Put on nore ladies' races, Mr. Flint; the fair sex know how to make 'em trot. N. Percival is riding in great 'form at present. Will pay punters to fol low this lad. The Y.A.L. will receive a ...

Publication Title: Mirror
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

BOXING . « BOXlf^KI His mjestyV Theatre WEDNESDAY, APRIL *7th, 1921 A CLASH OF HEAVYWEIGHTS. 'Skeeter' 'Nugget' ARMTTAGE V. PRICE Yoa will see more fight in this contest t!i;in you have witnessed for tlw past twelve months. Preliminary between English and Joe Pluto's Champion PupiU Referee: Paddy Basto. Admii^ion: 10s. (reserved ringside) ; 5s., ii-., and 2s. Box Plan -it Gleeson's, Hay -street. ; POR GOOD SERVICE. FOR GOOD SERVICE. HOTEL METROPOLE HAT-STREET. PERTH. MRS. M. Z. COOaffiES. TeL A4S08. MoCARTHY'S Rial Iway Hotel, Barrack St., Perth mrs. s. e. McCarthy, Proprietress.

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BOXING Armitage Price Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

BW1NC ArmUafftTiiee Meeting. A very willing fight will be seen at His Majesty's Theatre next Wednesday night. ? 'Nugget' Price and. 'Skeeter1- Armitage are out for each, other's hair, Hide and skin, and bones, tod, if Paddy Basto lets them. Both a purse and side wager on this event, but neither of the fighters will bother much about those. There is a keen personal grudge between them. Rumour has it that the k-v%of -a fair lady is the real bone of contention. If the referee can keep them from actual homicide he will have faithfully done his part. Both men have trained*eainestly for this scrap, ar-d as both are heavy-Weights there will be quite a lot doing. English fights the preliminary with a dark horse from Joe Pluto's stable- Joe reckon* he has a coming champion in this boy. So ne will be worth watching The box^plan is at Gleeson's, Hay '. street, and the prices are 10/, 5/, 4/ and 2/. Wise to get in early if you intend booking a seat.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A Badly Handled Campaign HOW "THE MIRROR" WOULD HAVE DONE IT. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

A Badly Handled Campaign HOW "THE MIRROR" WOULD HAVE DONE IT. (By "Subsequent Headache.") Possibly it is only the advocacy to State-owned Snake-juiceries that pre- vents the liquor defence people from running their campaign to the tune of A. G. Stephens' "In the days when the beer was strong." But probably the omission is due to sheer ignorance of that glorious quatrain: Our beer shall yet be a better beer — for the State shall start to brew, With lashings of malt, and hops not queer, and white-grown sugar, too. The road to Freedom is round by the Vat! Hurry, and come along: Sons of the Drinkers! Vote for that! Vote till the beer grows strong! In fact, quite a lot of good anti- Prohibition poetry, all made in Australia, simply cry but to be used, but Bung remains deaf to its en- treaties. F'rinstancey what about Victor J. Daly's "Bacchanalian": I pity those who have to walk In sober ways, and sad, And keep a guard upon their talk Lest folk should think them mad. Or idle word might s...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

NU-GOLD POLISH KEEPS SHOES YOUNG It keeps the leather of your shoes supple, prevents ttuin cracking, helps them to keep in shape, and gives them a brilliant, and lasting polish that draws admiring attention to your feet. Obtainable All Grocers and Boot Stores. MADE IN AUSTRALIA. Our Patients always leave our surgeries pleased with us and what we have done for them. It is because we charge a Reasonable Fee for a Thoroughly Up to-Date Dental Service — because we deliver the goods. It has been said that the average dentist fills his office with dentistry he can't deliver. EXPERIENCE AND SKILL,!' are the essential factors which tell in actual practice. The experi ence and skill of the up-to-date specialist are exemplified in every dental service rendered at 'bur surgeries. Do not mistake our pre f mises for any others in the immediate vicinity. LOOK FOR THE NAME, 'HYGIENIC,' IN THE ENTRANCE. THE HYGIENIC DENTAL INSTITUTE 134 BARRACK STREET (Over Mansfield's Auctioneers). PHONE A2841, (U...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

NURSE STOCKLEY has private rooms for each patient. Every nossible con venience; fine open balconies; com fortable garden and lawn seats; One liigrli position; fresb air, and conveni ent to city. Large staff of skilled nurses always in attendance. Terms moderate. SWAN HOSPITAL, 690 NEWCASTLE-STREET. Tram to LoC tus-street. Telephone A1611.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

? 'bSK^ PROMINENT gOHH^RH KILMINSTER. Tel. A2631. [ A. E. HEATHCOTE SURGEON DENTIST. Upstairs, over- Trouchet's, Wellington and Barrack Sts. ..THE LATEST IN COSTUMES.. from MISS M. HARBISON, Dressmaker and Costamiere, (Late of Royal Arcade and Kal goorlie). 40 BEAUFORT-STREET. ?Over Johnston's Furniture Shop.* Tel. 1838. When you have read 'The Mir ror' please don't destroy it. -Mail it to a friend in the country, who will enjoy it.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

LADIES ONLY. You Want Wavy Hair? Well Try WAVE-ENA. 1/9. All Leading Chemists and Stores, or direct from Sole Agent: AUSTRAL SUPPLY DEPOT. 49 Royal Arcade Perth.

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American Trotting Experts ON AUSTRALIAN CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

American Trolling Experts ON AUSTRALIAN CONDITIONS. w..v.. :,.,-:.-.'K-iiA in .?y-Sii!\y ix-ciiiiy ouiiio a»i:i.l a., iiumsic ???Ai' ?' -??' Iiuvt l'': .uiiO'.viiij; to sui la reirdi'u tu ironing m in Auotrjus: - - ??lout uiiic-iiiiiiUieiH.) syr-icm uoes ti-H ai'i-''--' -u li:5 1Uv-; lil° cla°° 1-aclIiS in tin,- --?- .-, -?»*'? -J-'- -?» i'--''- ''^viiii a», unic handicaps arc practically uu knuwn, anu Hi'.1 nui-aes arc diviUea iiuo itiaaseb. v.uicu an racu oil' tlie sanie uiiirK.. i'bc jsigut ol a lot of horses strung out at intervals, along a track uovs nol .-'tciu to us to provide any ex unVnieiit, unleas u. couple of weU tnaicDed ones happen to come together lor a iliiisu iu tue ttraig-ui. of course, you may ?lot uave- enough horses here io provide lor lldds in separate classes, but I am sure it is.the best sort or rac ing, ana win come here in tune. 'in America all our trotting starts are living' staris. Tiiu horses go back a certain distance and come up to the siarting post, i...

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