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Be Suspicious of Tender GUMS [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921
Be Suspicious of Tender GUMS Be suspicious of any tenderness or bleeding of the gums. This is usual ly the first slage or pyorrhea — an in sidious disease or the g-ums that des troys the teeth and undermines bodily health. Gradually the gums hecome spongy. They inflame, then shiii*, thus expos ing the uaenamelled tooth-base to the ravages of decay. Tiny openings in me gums form gateways for disease germs to enter the system. Medical science has traced many ills to these infecting germs in the gums weakened by Pyorrhea. They are now known to be a fre uent cause or indigestion, anaemia, rheumatism, and other serious condi tions. So watch carefully for that first ten derness or bleeding of the gums. Try Forhan's immediately. It positively prevents Pyohhrea (Riggs' Disease) if used in time and used consistently. And in preventing Pyorrhea — it guards against other ills. Forhan's (For the Gums) cleans teebt scientifically as well. Brush your tee:)i with it. It keeps them white, and clean...
Conscription Curse HUGHES' CRIMINAL WASTE OF WHEAT HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921
Conscription corse HUGHES' CRIMINAL WASTE OF WHEAT HARVEST. (By 'Ml.') In the summer of 1916-17 Australia reaped the most magnificent wheat har vest ( with one exception) in her his tory- One hundred and fifty million bushels of the life-blood or the nation were gar nered and stacked at railway sidings inrougiiout tne commonwealth. In Europe the Allied nations, held in tlie grip of the submarine campaign, were cryiag aloud for food. 'Wheat, wheat, wheat,' was the cry. The eyes or their snort-rationed millions looked eagerly to Australia to refll their gran aries But Australian wheat was not to be allowed to enlist. William Morris Hughes had decided that his notoriety in England and tlie interests or the master class, to which he had bowed the knee, demanded that Australia should pass under the yoke of Conscription, and send her sons — - aye, and middle aged and old men — to the European cockpit at the atrocious rate of 26,000 per month. William Morris Hughes knew that, to do this, e...
Produce More [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921
Produce Mare On Saturday, March 12, a general election was held. As a result the James Mitchell, at-pleasure-of-thejC-PXaucus, Gov ernment was re-elected One of its most emphatic slogans during the election campaign was the ''Produce More' cry. Produce more! That was the re medy for the deficit, for unemploy ment, tor me rabbit pest, the meas les, and Bolshevism. It was the very kingdom of Hea ven itself. As we say, the election was held, and the Mitchell 'at pleasure' Min istry was reelected One of its first acts, as reported in last Thursday's 'West Austra lian' (it hasn't done anything in particular in the meantime, except collect taxes) was to close the Wyndham meat works for the sea son. 'No work will be done,' says Mr. Colebatch .' 'Produce more' is the only way. Yet James Mitch and Co. decide to produce nothing. Are the public convinced 3-et of the shallowness of these great statesmen?
A Billydum Billydee Dream [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921
A Billydum Biliytfee Dream (By «H.') I saw him alright: and it was next Tuesday. It was at Fremantle. A little undersized chap, with a drawn face, large mouth and ears. About four feet nine in height. He looked livery, very much so. Of course the Leeuwin isn't kind these days. Hughes it was— Billy Hughes. So he is off to London. Bays he repre sents Australia. Yes, I could recall the circumstances. They (his fellow politicians) all reckoned they are in a big mess, and as Billy had got them* into it, they decided Billy would' have to get them out of it somehow or other. Imperial Conference in June. Yes, I remember. Didn't Billy, throw an ink-pot at Winston Churchill and pull Lloyd George's hair. Didn't he threaten to cut the painter and re pudiate. Yes, it's all clear to me now. I remember Billy didn't say a word for days, and then let off. properly. I remember, too, that some resolutions were cabled from, Melbourne from the Labour Congress' that made Billy sit up and take no tice. Ot...
Census Scandal. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921
censis KflMai. From time to time hints are ap pearing in the daily Press that give the impression that the 1921 Census has been far from a success. In Tas mania, for instance, it is believed that both Hobart and Launceston have been credited with some thou sand or so fewer citizens than they, really possess, and an attempt is be ing made to explain away the short age by pleading the holiday season. This is rather thin. Easter tuns brings country people to town in quite as great numbers as it takes city people out. The truth, it very much sefcSns, is that the whole affair has been mismanaged. We say that, if this is so, the sys tem is to blame. The idea of plac ing the collection of the Census sheets for boarding-houses in . the hands of inquisitive land-ladies, and thus placing boarders' private af fairs at the mercy of walking pub licity agencies, is nothing short of an invitation to people to evade the Census altogether. The notion could have originated only in the microcephalic s...
Men and Memories THE WHEEL [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921
I Aden and Memories 1 THE WHEEL T. P. Draper is^ Justice hence lorth. R. S Haynes, K.C., dines (unusually) by himself. N. S. Craven is more opulent than stout. John Guilfoyle is both. Mr. R. Clarke-Spear, well-known in these parts, is in Sydney. Mr. Walter Clark, Sam Copley's right-hand man, is back again in the West. Looks quite fit after his sojourn in England. Cyril Norton., the secretary of the Uglies' Panto. City, is about the busiest man alive these days. Doss half-a-doj'-en jobs without apparent effort. Colonel Pope, on Anzac Day, felt more nervy in his Essex buzz wag gon than he did years ago on the Peninsula. Dodging young ten year-old Australians 0:1 the road is a harder job than leading Aussies on to .1 scrap. Dr. Mitchell., of the Woorooloo Sanatorium, must feel satisfied in deed with the magnificent Uglies' effort. The recreation hall for the inmates is now assured, that is, when James Mitchell comes along with the promised £2,000. Alexander Graham Bell, the in ventor o...
PICTURE PRODUCERS AMALGAMATE. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921
PICTURE PRODUCERS AMAL GAMATE. One of the biggest moves in mov ing picture production is the amal gamation of the greatest producers in the film world under the title of '.'Assaiciated Producers Incorporat ed,' the members of which are Maurice iourneur. Laos. Ii. Incc, Allan Dv/au, Marshall Neilan, Mack Sennett, George Loane Tucker, and J. Parker Read, Jnr. T'^is combina tion will employ its ability and knowledge in the production of big works lik^ 'Intolerance,' 'Birth of a Nation,' 'Cabiria,' etc. Their initial production is 'The Last of the Mohicans,' Fcnimore Cooper's classic story of the d; !ng days of a noble race. The Palladium, Perth, ic the theatre selected to first screen this picture in Western Australia, where it wiil be shown during the coming- week with Larry Semon's latest comedy, 'The Sportsman.' On account of the specially attrac tive nature of the programme to the younger folk, special arrangements are being made to accommodate the school children. LARRY SEMON in '...
And Eve Said Unto Adam [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921
t,«IHIIIMIIHMWIMMMIimHmMWMMHMHMI«NI..IHWWMMIMUMIMIHWm»t,t I And Eve Satd Unto Adam j Social Notes for insertion under ' this heading are invited, must reach this office by noon on Fri day, and must be authorised. 'Miss Nora Parker is back from the Cabbage Patch. Qeraidton is proving attractive to ex-^IJL.A. Griffiths. Mr. J. Burgoyne is back in town after his country holiday. Flitting Adelaidewards— the At . kins sisters, of Havelotk-street. Messrs. Win. and Edric Lapsiey have Transcd it Eastwards — object, pleasure straight. Mr. Frank Hawley, of Churchnl a venue, held a twenty -forst birthday ~* party yesterday week. ' Recent returnees from the East Mr, and Mrs. F. A. Cross and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Mallocb / Mrs. Sam Dempster, who has been having a baxi time of it in St. John of God Hospital, is now convales cent. ' Amongst the visitors at present m Busseitoi are Doc. and Mrs. Merry weather, Mrs. Jas. Roe, and Miss HasseH. Prof. Murdoch and Mrs. Murdoch are now domiciled ir. a mounta...
Woman-HER FANCIES AND HER FADS Fantasies of Fashion [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921
?.if'* ;? ?; ; .,,.-. -' — _— — — — ——————— — - — — — — ? . ? : . . _. . -. . - . .. . - .. ^'-^/r.-af^'c^r^^^^^ JHr O1T1&11 and HER Filll Fantasies of Fasmon % -Paris rays 'Velvet, velvet, and ^ more velvet I'* A very easy .mandate to conform to in the win ter time, for a velvet frock is one of the easiest possible gowns for the amateur worker to make, and she. is .bound to be successful if she decides -'? -on a simple enough style, and re - frains from trimininss. The mark of the borne dressmaker or the cheap ? \Lj^ professional worker is so often shown by a splash of obviously :; f *i»aipe-made' trimming (as a rule a '. copy of s^ire good adornment Vad'y earned out) that if a girl wains her ? frocks to attain the hall-mark of per fection, she should studiously culti vate Hoe, cut and workmanship, and , avoid extraneous ornamentation. A common error of the hoire worker, too, is that of using poor quality materials; as a rule, it is be Left: A VELVET ^ * OR VELVETEEN FROCK....
Manners According Co. Sex. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921
mailers flccortlii Co Ux. If the wind blows a woman's, hat - off in the street a man is supposed to chase it— but confine his chasine to the hat. ?-' ^T! it a man boards a street car ahead ' of a woman she regards \itn as a hog; if he waits until she takes the high step first she says he has ah ulterior motive. . . ' ': If a man helps an old woman off a car he is regarded -as gallant; - should he assist a yojung woman to .-' alight he is denounced, ; A woman desires to precede a man on entering a room, but she is per fectly satisfied to have him right by her side when walking up a church aisle. When a well-dressed - woman swears, she's regarded as a good sport; if a ragged woman swears she's a degenerate. So, bless your soul, you see it all depends. ' —'Judge' (GJSA.).
Australian Slang England Surprised [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921
muttftmum Enjfrnd Sarprised. Surprise at Australian dang is ex- ^ pressed by the cinema correspon--' dent of 'The Daily Express/': : ; :^- How, where, and by whom ife 6lang; originated? JVc are accnstomiedl to the extraordinary *'pundi'' and picturesqueness of the slang terms in American films. We havte jncGT- '- porated . them, to some extent in . our ordinary conversation. .'&'ii0f? ??'-. appears, however, that Australia lu^^ developed a slang language no less ; grotesque than the unramth verbal quips and mannerisms of America. Y % The full range of this Antipodean growth is displayed in the wonder- i . ful film, 'The Sentimental Bkj&^i/ founded on the now famous poem by r Mr. C. J. Dennis- The Ganmoht Company, who owns the rights for . that country; have issued a. glossary :' ? of the words used in the film. From ^ the examples quoted below it will hji': ~ seen that America's predominance ib seriously threatened:— - . Bonzer,— An -adjective expressing excellence. ...
Printers' Pie [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921
Printers' Pie Fame is the non-stop name for no toriety. A man »vho won't flatter a pretty girl is a brute. Capitalism's ideal of a White Aus tralia is to bleed it white. 'Time abides long enough for those who make use of it-'-HLeonado da - Vinci. Life is a good deal like a see-saw. It pays to be deceit to the u*!iow that's down. To watch some people planning for the future you'd think they had a thousand years to live. Beauty Parlour Advt.: — 'Women, don't lose your beauty ; we can give you some wrinkles!' Greatness to-day will be either ob livion or immortality a century hence. Did you see the advt. 'Vote Con tinuance' on the tall tailway water tank? ||Oh, stop that cryin', Mag!' 'You let me alone — it's iihe only fun I get.' The question of increased jury men's fees has again cropped up. A foreman recently complained that the jury had a trying time. An electric fan will k^ep going all day, and b'cw off a lot of wind, but it never says anything, and never gets anywhere. Customer: '...
Unbalanced A Thumbnail Novel [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921
Unbalanced A Thumbnail Novel. We all of us have dual natures, though Mildred Ransom had never suspected it of herself before today. Since early morning she had been, in a state erf excitement as the bril liancy of her eyes and heightened colour becomingly testified). Mr. Court ville was coming at four, and it was now only three. She picked up a book; but her thoughts wan dered, and her imagination leaned forward to the coming tete-a-tete. Would he want to kiss her? Mil dred blushed hotly at the mere thought. He might try to seize her suddenly ... he iooked just like that. And last ni*rht he had 'looked' kisses, and his voice had caressed her, even if his lips hadn't. But then, last night — somehow it had see-ned all right then. Lena's gay futurist house lent itself to that sort of thing; and all those exotic iooking women and- queer Bohemian men took it as a matter of course. They had done it more or less open ly, though they certainly did try to choose the secluded places. And Mr. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921
Sold Everywhere Price 2/-, Large size 3/6 Australasian Agents: SHELDON DRUG CO., LTD. 131-6 CLARENCE-STREET, 8YONEV. FORHAN CO., NEW YORK Proprietors. Fbrhaiys FOR THE GUMS I Specialise in Cottesloe and North Perth Bent Collections. Life and Fire Assurance Fixed. MBS. T. H. BLASE, I 338 FITZGERALD-STREET, NORTH PEBTH. Auctions and Loans Arranged. LAND AND ESTATE AGENT. Opening Baird's Arcade Shortly. Tel. A2590. SCADDAN BROS. ST. GEORGES-TERRACE, Are the people to consult when Buying or SeDiag Property. DO YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL HOUSES AND LAND? P. D. CLUNE, . Second Floor, AJLP. Buildings. Will fix matter satisfactorily. TeL A5217. E. T. JACKSON, Furnishing Store, 234 CARR-8TREET. 'JjffBg***** 'Phone A2B89. ? CASH OR TERMS. Bedsteads. Wire and Kapok Mat tresses. Linoleum. Lace Curtains, Qunts, Sheeting. Blankets, Bedroom and Dln - ing-room Suites. Cane Furniture, and - Go-Carts, etc. At Midland Junction, Opposite the Station. me Commercial Hotel STANDS SUPREME. SWAN IJEER OF THE B...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921
™- ' * **. 'S *'i*W%p3f''' ' ^'m & wt*''- -? ?' ' ?'?''''? ''?''?' ?'-'''' -''-'? ? ? -_wj' -?:-'';-? '-*::*;. ?????-'?;?!?_.?? / _ ''.?-?/ .'?.-?'?'' ?'''^?''-?'?'?*''' -?-'??'?'''''?''??'?.'-?'- -' '??'??;?'''?' . L^SS' ' '? ?'?*? ? ' ' . HOTEL ORIENT. TaL 6SS. Y « BEDBOOMS. LARGE DINING-ROOMS AND LOUNGES. ?v . ? ? ? THE PLAYGROUND OF THE WEST IS POINT WALTER, f* THE HUB OF POINT WALTER IS KELLY'S TEA GARDENS. ; Refreshments. Music. Dancing. TATTERSAIL'S Monster CONSULTATIONS WE COMMUNICATE WITH HOBABT. CHAS. WATSON & CO., PERTH ' ' ABSOLUTELY NO REPRESENTATIVES. jj COURT HOTEL Beaufort St. CON. O'BRIEN I United Typewriter Supplies Co. Ltd. - ; TYPEWRITERS AND OFFICE SUPPLIES. - WE CAN UNDERSELL EVERY FIRM IN TOWN, AND GIVE '~~ ~ YOU THE BEST SERVICE. CONSULT US BY MAIL OR .1 'PHONE (A3055). : 81 ST. GEORGE S TERRACE, PERTH. BOWRA & ODEA UNDERTAKERS OENEB.AI. FUNERAL FURNISHERS CEDAR, OAK and JARRAH COFFINS .ALWAYS IN STOCK. Note the Address— Pies? Street. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921
DON'T Pay Rent! A. L. BALLANTYNE, Estate Agent HOUSES, FARMS— BUY AS RENT. You'll Learn 'HOW' by Calling on Me. Do Not Delay. SELECT YOUR HOME. WE'LL FIND THE MONEY. AVO AC CEPT RENT AS PURCHASE. A. L. BALLANTYNE, CITY MARKETS, PERTH.
Silk [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921
SUl There is a glamour in the word 'silk.' The princess in the fairy tale always has silken robes; the magis dress that you could draw through a finger-ring was of a silk fine beyond imagination. When po tentates of the East wish to salute their brother monarchs in the West, the ambassadors always bear pre sents of silks and spices. Caravans of merchants bring thtm with toil across the deserts for the harems of caliphs and sultans. Silk is not the favourite material of Romance for nothing. Its soft, shining surface, changing with the light, its graceful folds and faint rustle, its hne texture and lightness, make it the ideal fabric not only of princesses, but of all who possess the dainty taste which is a mark of the princess— at least in fairy-tales. New sihes are a joy and delight to women of laste. Nor do the ster ner sex altogether escape the attrac tion; at least one youth was observ ed to tear himself away with difficul ty, no .ioubt wishing that he had lived under Queen Eliza...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921
For Comfort, Strength, Reliability, The Bedsteads, Mattresses. Stretchers, Wire-seated Deck and Verandah Chairs are easily the best. Built to Your Own Older or Design. TAm We Re-wire and Repair any class of make.— 419 HAY-ST., SUBIACO. Call and Inspect. MOANA CUE, HAY STREET PERnT Banquets, Picnics, WeddingB, and aU kinds of Parties catered for on the most lavish scale. Quotes obtainable on application. All changes strictly moderate. SAUL EPSTEIN, Proprietor.