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A Honeymoon Diary [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

A Honeymoon Diary (By D.B.) The publication by a monthly con tetnporay of the honeymoon diary .of Napoleon's wife has encouraged us to delve carefully— and we trust discreetly— into the post-nuptial re cords left by the consorts of other famous men* Below we present the fruits of our researches: — Mrs. Nero: '... Of course, N. is a man with whom one must be firm. On the whole, though, he has been most kind to. me ^during the trip. But I do hope be will give up practising on his violin when we settle down. He replies to my remonstrances by saying that some day he will give a performance which will go down through history as a star turn, but I want to know how on, earth we shall meanwhile be able to keep the servants.' Mrs. Methuselah: 'It is a happy coincidence that Methy's birthday falls during our honeymoon. He is 216 to-day, yet he is as nimble as- a mere centenarian. The way in which he throws life assurance can vassers out of the tent is most amus ing. What a large family I have...

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

7/- paid in advance ensures you a copy of 'The Mirror' post paid re gularly each week for 6 months. Write now io the Manager, enclosing postal notes, cheque, money order, or ^ ? ^BB Beauty is the source of feminine power. YOU can be beautiful and fascinating also, if you consult the Experienced Spe cialists at the CHAPPE TOILET SALOON. The very latest in appliance. Most Exclusive in Perth. Freedman's Buildings, Upstairs, Hay and William St.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Helena vale Races Bail Romps Home. Punters score over The Books. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

HettM Vile Rates Bail Roaps HMM. - natcn sew* ner ne mms., lit pour racing weather tbe Helen* held yesterday arteruoon. Following BLACKBOY HURDLES. Of loo twvs. About two miles. J. Jeffery's Rippler, by Timbrel — Ripple, 10.2 (Spiers) ? l Warambie, 9.9 (Bennett) ? 2 Only two finished. Other starters:- Miarnui. 10.2 (Mc Leod); Orel King, 9.0 (Virgo); Wel come Hugh, 0.0 (Roberts). Dividends (for 10/-): S.O., 17/-; place, 11/-, 17/-. Betting: Evens agst Ripptor, 5 to 2 Warambie, Id to 1 others. Won by two and a hair lengths. Miarnui stopped, Orel King fell, Wel come llugu ran off. Time, 4 mm. 3 1-5 sec. FIRST CLASS PLATE. of li'O sovs. Six furlongs. U. H. Rouortc' Very Faithful,' by Fi delis — Very Canny, 7.8 (Norrie] ! captain Fox, 9.10 (Young) ? -- True Moon, 7 10 (\Vhelau- ? 3 Other starters: Susarion, 9.8 (Sib britt); Munjardy, 7.4 (Bowler); Ura billa, 6.9 - Jeffreys) ; Pistolusion, 0.7 (McCanu). Dividends (Tor 10/-): S.O., £1/7/-; place, 11/-. 27/-, 29/-. Betting: 5 to 2 agst Susa...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Eastern Racing V.A.T.C. LUTEPLAYER WINS Melbourne, Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

Eastern Rating V.A.T.C. LUTEPLAYER WINS. Melbourne. Saturday. At (Jauuicld to-day the V.A.T.C. held a successful meeting-. Following are the results: — Khartoum Hurdle Race, 2 miles and 64 yards. — Yougbal 1, Front Rank 2, Foreigner s. 3 to 1 agst Yougbal. Kataudra Two- Year-Old, 7 rurlougs. — Salatis l, shepherd Queen 2, Lionel Att well 3. !f to8 ou Salatis. Ulcuhuntiy cup, oue mile and ihrcu furlongs. — Luleplayer 1, Distant Star 2, Wildwn 3. 5 to 1 agsi Luteplayer. Neerlui Steeplechase, two mites 3 fur Iongn- and go yards. — Aquarork i Mon rosc 2, Tonior 3. 0 to 1 agst Aqua rock. liriguton Handicap, six furlongs. — Whitadder 1, Admiral Goliingwood and Steel Prilk dead heat. 0 to 1 agst Whl taddcr. ^^^ * Gleuferrie Welter, seven furlongs. — Clan Flugoo l, Comeaway 2, prince Royal 3. 2 to l agst Clan Fiugon.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GERMAN INDEMNITY Wore Dismissals. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

GERM4N IND3MMTY. ?lore Dismissals. SYDNEY, SATURDAY — Under in structions from Melbourne work has ? been stoppc-1 on two more suios in the Cockatoo dockyard, and 400 men have been dismissed.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
COAL CRISIS. Outlook Again Gloomy. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

COAL CRISIS. Outlook Again Gloomy. LONDON, APRIL 30. — A Lanour cor respondent to the 'Tunes' writes that any hopes of immediate settlement of the crisis aave faded into thin air. The next moTjft; lies with the district execu tives, which are not precluded from taking the initiative, as the executive or the Federation does not make any re commendations. Later advices show that members of the Central Executive have left London for their home dis tricts. It Is believed that certain dis tricts will recommend tne adoption oi the Government terms, and in that case a further conference of delegates will be called. Industrial and revenue losses to date as a result oi the strike are incalculable, while the cost or defence forces to the Government is a million a week and the loss on the railways two and a half millions weekly.

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

English Radflg NEWMARCET §U!NEAS. LONDON, APRIL 29.-l-The 2000 anu 1000 Guineas were decided yesterday. Following -are the results: — 2000 GUINEAS. ' Lord Vs tor's Craiganeran .... 1 .Mr. Watson's Lemon Ora . . t- Mr. Joel's Humorist . . » . . . 3 Belting: 100 to G the winner, two in 7 Lemon ora, 3 to 1 Humorist. 10.00 GUINEAS. Mr . Raphael's Bettina ? l Mr. Clarke's Petrea ? 2 Lord Astor's Pompadone .... 3 Betting: 33 to l the winner. LONDON, APRIL 30. — Alau Breck ran fourth in tbe. 2000 Guineas. His chances Tor the D'erby are consequently enhanced.- Although in backward con dition, lie ran a great race. Craiga neran is also freely supported for the Derby. Tne race was won by three quarters of a length. Humorist was 3 to i (favourite).

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BANDITS IN MEXICO [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

BANDITS IN M SXlCO. TAMPiCO. APRIL 29. — A force or Jnudits held up fhe officials in charge of tbe Oil company's pay roll. Two bandits and eight officials were killed, .and 135,000 pesos were stolen.

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GOAL STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

COAL STRIKE. LONDON, APRIL 30 (Latest). — . Strong efforts are being made to renew negotiations. The 'Railway Review1' declares that the reason for the rail waymen not joining tbe Miners will be made known after the dispute is set tled. It rurther states that the rall wayincn were absolutely, opposed to a sympathetic strike. ? ?'' -

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

COGKA3OO ISLAND. - t«Kl«3,^*»iHk.*30.— Allied experts j&eHeve mat'tne occupation or the Ruhr district would yield from 75 to too eadUlon pounds. Sterling per annum.

Publication Title: Mirror
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UNITED STATES TRADE [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

mflTED STATES TRADE. 'VAWCOUVER, APRIL 29.— During March. th-; United States exported to Europe 3'O(Hls valued at £50,000.000, as against £110,250,000 for March of 1920. Imports from Europe totalled £19,200, ooo, or a decrease of £13,500.000.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

Glimpses of Paradise People who have tasted all the pleasures of life know that it is the ^simple, inexpressive joys which bring us nearest to a glimpse into Paradise. A fins day in the open— an hour with the poets— a moving song — these are among the best that life has to give. To those who love good music the name of Carrie Jacobs-Bond has long meant the pass-word to unfailing pleasure. Four the latest songs by that great composer have just reached ALBERT and SON, LTD., tiie MUKRAY-STREET MUSIC SELLERS: 'A Sleepy Song' t'in high and low!. 'Your Song' (high or low), Allegretto graziose. . 'Out in the Fields.' Words by Eliz. Barett-Browning. 'Old Friend of Mine' (Lyric Geo. O'Connell). The above and many other of Mrs. Jacob-Bond's beautiful com positions always stocked by ALBERT and SON, LTD., at pub lished price, 2s. (post free 2/2). 8OI.E ADDRESS ALBERT « SON LTD., 18O MURRAY STREET (near Boans) KINDLY ADDRESS LETTERS: BOX 57 O P.O. PERTH. NO SHOPS IN BARRACK-STREET.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

If your need FURNITURE, CROCKERY, HOUSEHOLD FUR NISHINGS, Men and Boys' SUITS, Ladies' DUST COATS, etc., A. Macrow & Sons Pty. Ltd. THE EASY TERMS PEOPLE. | Can Supply You Satisfactorily. Terms: 4s., in the £1 Deposit. Weekly Payments According to Value of Purchases. j Note Addresses: 839 HAY-STREET, PERTH; 77 MARKET STREET, FREMANTLE; KALGOORLIE, BOULDER. Agents at NORTHAM and YORK. FURNITURE FACTORY, 13 FTTZ GERALD-STREET. 'Phones, A3540, Perth; B782, Fremantle. %J ? «J ? Ol ^1 1 V-l VJ ^CORNER/ Barrack and Murray Streets The Clothier and Outfitter. Everything in MEN'S WEAR in Stock from a Bootlace* to an Overcoat.

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Products OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

Promts ?F WESTERN A1STMUA A very attractive display of pro ducts of WA. in both the raw and finished state is now on view ia Barrack-street, just below the Town Hall. Do not fail to see this exhibit and study it well. You will come away w:th an abounding faith in the po tentialities of your country. The manufactures are displayed in very attractive form. The exhi bitors deserve every praise for the way their stands are dressed. The Government has done something after all to show the people what their State can produce. . There is no limit to WA. possibilities once we know and have faith in ourselves snd the future. On the minutest provocation an exhibition of Western' Australian products should be a regular thing.

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COAL DISCOVERY AT WILGA [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

C«AL BIStOVtfV AT HUM. May Be Lager TfoM Coffi»— WB1 Government Wodc and gontitt it For %$e People^ T»f ;flw» It Away to y*»M^y and Syncfcates? There is quite a rut-a for leases round about Wilga just at present. ? Good coal seams have l*een located by boring. Wilga is 166 miles Jbom Perth, ou the Katanning-Donny- :.: rY brook line. ' O'Grady.an old hard- '..'!. shell battler, believed coal was there and sank a soaft tSl he. found some, \ After the usual hard fight with offi: ?' cial apathy, tlie Mines Department finally got a bore to wodc At 267 r , feet they struck a seem 8 to 8ft. through. At 300 feet another seam between 3 and 4 feet. . ? ' * Enquiry at the Mines Department levaled that coal found by O'Grady compared favourably with best Col lie coal. Results of analyas of the two seams located by the bore could* not be got. Officially- they wen& not available. If in existence they had not yet gone through the Minister, - and so could not be obtained for 'The Mirror' lea...

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CITYODDITIES [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

CITY0DD1TIES Dr. Gelles new car is the nattiest one in Perth. - Looks a 'Frenchie' from a distance. 'Dr.' Johnston, 'MA.,' of Ade laide, has gone back to the Crow State. The crowites are welcome to him. The eternal fitness of things. A 'spot lager' bar has been started next door to Jim Snigg's, in Bar rack-street. We're glad Tatt's Club has an Australian flag and flies it. The Weld Club flew a 'jack' over its Chow servants' quarters. Did you notice how enthusiastic ally the conscript boy army turned; up to the 'voluntary' parade on Anzac Day? The attendance fully mustered I ol 1 per cent, strong. The average Australian detests militar ism in any form. Young Aussie consenpts are be ginning to get restless with then camp of continuous training. At Kanaka tta 'the mob went on strike for more tucker,' and won the day. From what we can se*. thereil be a general strike of all hands and th* ?cook one of these fine days. So the Post Office is to have an other couple of floors added. Dear, d...

Publication Title: Mirror
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The Ultra-Red Excuse [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

CIk Ultra -Red Excuse i. (By John Barr, in 'Aussie.') The Get-Away of Politicians, Kings, misplaced Colonels, Dustmen. Bishops, and Sundries: 'If it depended on me,' etc. If everything depended on me, and only me, How be&vtiful would be this world's affairs. The nations would shake hands and jcin i.i mutual jamboree; Humanity would cast away its cares. 1 ncre dbeuo pam,_no trouo ie, no Deiiyaches, no tears ; No bills to pay, no Bundy clocks to sign. All lovers would be faithful through the endless happy years; No husband and no wife would e'er repine. In a world bedecked with roses, 'neath azure skies above (With free drinks at the corners of each street), There'd be dancing in the moonlight to the rag-time cooing dove. And lads and lassies kissing as thev greet. We would mark the sunrise glory by the laughter of a girl, We would rLse and face the cosmos-tinted glow ; Then we'd join hands in a circle and sensuously whirl To the music of 'How Green the Grass Does Grow ' . But...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Immortal April 25th 1915—1921 [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

Che Tmmortal April 25th 1915-1921 A CORNER PORTION OF THE ESPLAINAbE ASSEMBLAGE O- A2VZAC DAY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

For a Good Price and Quick Sals % Send Your Goods to -*. CHI t DONLEV Auctioneers and Property Agents. 129 MURRAY-STREET i.\Text Bon Marche). -? The ARCADE STUDIOS (Established 20, Years). ?? 'The Picture Framers; Photographers. j And Photo Enlargers or the west' . ? CENTRAL ARCADE, PERTH F. W. Swaine, Proprietor. (Opp. Railway Station). .* «*

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THE MIRROR Perth, Sunday, May 1, 1921. A FALLEN IDOL [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

Mite Perth, Sunday, May 1, 1921. , A FALUN IDOL The nearest we shall approach Im perial matters at the moment is to discuss the Frime Minister of the 'United' Kingdom. There may be ample opportunity — it promises so— of dealing in a wider sense with this subject after the forthcoming Im perial Conference. Mr. Lloyd Geoi]ge cannot be happy when he contemplates his prospects. He had aimed and hop ed to build the edifice of his person al power on the ruins of all the free institutions of his' country. He would dominate Parliament, where he might mid the risk too great to ignore it. And in any case he would flout it by contemptuous absence from its meetings aud announce to it his decisions by the voice of ob sequious lieutenants. He would be dictator. The general election in 191S which gave him a majority of Tories and profiteers seemed to se cure his power and assure his plan. But no scheme of personal rule can be made to iast. Even in a country as backward as Russia, Czardom crashed! ...

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