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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

€OMO, CainONG BRIDOB. and APPLE - CROSS FBBRY SERVICE. ;v^ Boats Leave Pewn: — ' ' ' Satnrtars: 7.80. S,»0 ajn., 12.30, ^^SaaitoB: a.16, ifl.80. 11. ll.sFian., £ MJmHSw. *-39, S. 8.30. 4. 5:30. 7, 8. !^'°^BBt»ra Fare, 1/6. ? vi jSWAK 3MVER FERRIES LTD. ^ ''.£.. Tetenbone A4512. Par a Cool DriflS; Delicious Tea, Coffee, l.'- sad Dainty RefresHments, JOHU' MABBUI BAB, vi&V^.^^g^^pnaunOTON-STREET. - ''.?; '? --? open Sundays. ^ ? XJet a Fine Reliable Turnout ana TSftjorYour outing at ? TOTS, 80 JAMJE&3TRKET. Consult Foy If yon wlsb to Buy, Sell, or^oSiange Horses. Veblcles, or Har naas. Tou wfllsave money. Dainty Ltmcneons-and Refreshments or T^^T , AB. Kinds. ^ . Cool Drinks to Suit Your Fancy, from '?:: anr Hew Soda Fountain. A. O. THOMAS. Affiet1 Pavflion, NXDLANDS. . Homs-made Cokes, Scones, Salads. 1 We cater for picnics at shortest notice. — -:*?«* a Yacht or Rowing Boat from ? WOODtOAD, Foot of Barrack-*, ffefce yenr friends and self out to enjoy Hie beautiful Sw...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

SI; Make . llo Mistake! i^AFBr QUICK, EHJOYABLE MOTOR r' *? -.- BIDING. ^i PHH. BYAH, s '-- ' ASK FOR ^^OP.0* MOTOR BANK. - Tel. AS488. -?:?? , GarmgB TeL A1927. Get a Car tram PHIL Ryan.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

TERMINUS HOTEL PACKENHAM-ST., FREMANTLE. SWAN BEER. Good Service ana Residence, TOM STACK, Proprietor.' At the Criterion' v Hotel, Hay street. — Swan Beer a£ its best. Reg Harrison, proprietor. Goldfields Club Hotel CR. PIER and WELLINGTON STS. Swan and Union Ale on Draught. CITY HOTEL CORNER KING and MURRAY STREETS. HSST CLASS AOCOUdtODATIOIV AND LIQUORS. Telephone A4094. If in Danger of Losing Your Sole, go to C H. COPPERMMUTE, BOOTMAKER, PACKENHAM-STREET. FREEMANTLE. At the Criterion Hotel, Hay street. — Swan Beer at its best. Reg. Harrison, proprietor. BETTER and CHEAPER REPAIRS TO Bikes, Motor Cycles, or Cars, than can be sot in Perth. WE BUILD TO ORDER. Midland Agents for EXCELSIOR. Everythingr You Need In These Lines. ARTHUR FLINT _ YORK-ROAD, MIDLAND JUNCTION. WHEN OUT EAST CALL AT PLYMPTON HOTEL FOR CHEERFUL REFRESHMENT. JIM DURKIN, Proprietor. Do You Need Your LDuggage or Furni ture carefully Removed or safely Stored? VANN&CO. 19 Pier Street, Perth. 193 HEYTESBURY-...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

COMMERCIAL HOTEL, FREMANTLE JOE STRONG, Proprietor. AMERICAN BAR. ? Under the Management of JIMMY LANS, Late of Glowery's Palace Hotel. ?

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
"THE MIRROR'S" REJOINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

'THE MIRROR'S' REJOINDER. The Commissioner against Rail ways and Tramways states that he cannot allow the comments publish ed in our article above to influence his judgment. Very well, we will let it go at that for the moment. Secondly, he states that the whole facts of the case are 'misrepresented — but this is not unusual.' Very well —Misrepresentation . Us it misrepresentation to say that the lady was knocked down on the evening o fthe 22nd Septem ber last? Is it misrepresentation to say that the sufferer was removed from the road into the Drill Hall yard? Is it misrepresentation to say that the victim was taken into Dr. RandeU's surgery and left there? Is it misrepresentation to say that the Tramway Department bad the full facts of the case in their possession by reports from the dri vers of the several trams and other eye-witnesses of the accident? Is it misrepresentation to say that the Tramway Department did not even have the courtesy to en quire how the old lady was getting ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

Our Patients always leave our surgeries pleased'1 with us and Ja *^jj what we have done for them. -^ ' r lj f * M ^ It is because we charge a RflftWttfliM* 'See lor a Tbfcr«igUjMB!p-''#«fl to-Date Dental Service— because; jte deliver the goods. Tkia^&mM^ i said that the average dentist fills his office with ^^tisfay lieycaitft ^^1 ^ deliver. . ; .-: „ ^ \ * ,I-.| ~ / EXPERIENCE AMD SEHJ., * 1 ' \ are the essential factors which tell in actual ^practice. ' $ghe «qperi- '*§ Vn; ence and skill of the up-to-date specialist see exemplified in 'every „ j ':. dental' service rendered at our surgeries. Do -not inistafce-'tmrpne-i *. -;- mlses for any others in the immediate -vicinity.. -' ,- * j ' .;- LOOK FOR THE N AME, 'HYGIENI07' 4&J^*THE ^NTRANGE. * J THE HYGIENIC DENTAL INSTITUTE ? 134 BARRACK STREET . -^ (Over Mansfield's Auctioneer), ? 4' 'PHONE A284L- -UP8TAXRS- - * ' .J FAMOUS FOB PAHTLE5SNESS. ^ ''''I Conducted by DENTIST MASSEY-CROSSE. ,' ig Drink ' ] Mil Ales and...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

WHATK I KONOiCWM? A Question for Prohibitionists In eradicating the devils of plea sure, frivolity and self-indulgence, it is necessary to be careful not to put a legion of more odious fiends in their places — the devils of avar ice, selfishness, Pharisaism, intoler ance and malevolence. It is a poor, crabbed soul that thinks only of the expense or the profits. 'For many of us the austere life has neither joys nor satisfaction. Self-abnegation is not bliss. We cannot find joyous intoxication in the emotions of a revival meeting, nor the. thrills that give a spice to. life in the contemplation of eternal torments. For this great majority life has not too many joyous hours, even with the pleasures that, in the last resort, we could do without. THE GOOD THINGS OF LIFE The gospel of hard work and self denial may be abused like anything eke. That which brings happiness and goodwill to life is not waste, al though it may be the tobacco which the toiler puffs into the air, the few pence he...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
JAPS HAMDATE HAMMER LOCKS KOREA. A PROFITABLE MANDATE. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

JAPS MANDATE HAMMER LOCKS KOREA. A PROFITABLE MANDATE. ? u— — At present, saysjthe 'British Ex port Gazette,' thecountry is little more than a Japanese preserve, and we cannot help regarding it as re markable that with such limitations upon its trading activities its com merce has grown, so rapidly curing the past few years. A decade ago the import trade of Korea was valued at considerably less than five million sterling annually, and in 1919 it reached upwards of 28 mil lions. During the S2me period the exports advanced from under three to over 22 millions sterling. Great Britain enjoys a mere fraction of this growing trade, exports from the United Kingdom to this mar ket amounting last year to less than £150,000, while British imports from Korea were little ovsx £5,009. Of course, this represents only the di rect trading interests of Great Bri tain with the territory.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
JUST IN PASSING A Few Reflections [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

JUSTIN PMSING A Few Reflections '' (By 'WL') Heads and 'tales' — By the Cen sus man. A flush in the hand is worth two In the cheek. 'Wheat Pools' — and not even the selling price can leak out. Coming:— 'Yes, Uncle-1' We»— 'So long, Letty.' 'Toast of the evening' — Yester- day's 'dough.' Report: — 'Likely 'to be stormy.' tt will be 'dry' if Jimmy Mather has a say. 'The Wheat Question.'— Ger- tnoney. 'West':— -'Cabinet changes. No honorary ministers.' Money in poli tics, at last. 'D. News.'— 'Last night's dinner* —A glass of water and^a tooth-pick. A vexed question — 'Hair bob bing' — perhaps a bite 'Truth' — 'Military moves' — Playing draughts. 'Times.' — 'A question of sites.' — An optical question. Sydney telegram:— 'There's some thing wrong at Cockatoo.'— Always was. The 'inky' way.— Knibbs busy. Extract from 'Turf Tit Bits':— 'McCarthy broke 'a. blood vessel.** Somebody must have mentioned the ?'Black and Tans.' 'Money was stolen- from a baker's cart.' — Badly-needed dough. 'Morn...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A Hundred Years From Now [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

^A 3fua6re6 $?ears TProm 3tow : (By 'UNA.') The surging sea of human life forever onward rolls, And bears to the eternal: shore its daily freight of souls, - . ~ Though gravely sails our bark to-day, pale Death sits at the prow, And few shall know we ever lived a hundred years from now. O mighty human brotherhood! Why fiercely war and strive, While God's great worlds has ample space for everything alive? . : Broad fields, uncultured Nand tinclaimed, are waiting for 'the plow Of progress that shall snake them bloom a hundred years from now. Why should we try so earnestly in life's short, narrow span, On golden stairs to climb so high 'above our brother man? Why blindly at an earthly shrine in slavish homage bow? Our gold will rust, ourselves be dust, a hundred years from now? Why prize so much the world's applause? Why dread so much its blame A fleeting echo in its voice of censure or of fame; The praise that thrills the heart, the scorn that dyes with shame the brow Will be as long-...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

'Geraldi' Macaroni Co. 55 ESSEX-ST*. FREltAffTLE. We Manufacture High-Class MACARONI and VERMICELLI, And Guarantee tbe Parity and Nutrition* Qualities or our Goods.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

A GOOD LOAD OF WELL MIXED AND SEASONED WOOD. Delivered Promptly. Personal Attention. McCOY & WOOD (Returned Soldiers). EIGHTH-AVENUE, MAYLANDS. Terms Cash. For Good Blacksmith and Plumbing Work, J. BLYTHE GUILDFORD-ROAD, MAYLANDS, Near Seventh-Avenue. Baths, Tanks, Windmills, Stoves Repaired. Bought or Sold.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

BOWRA & ODEA UNDERTAKERS GENERAL FTJNERAI. FURNISHERS CEDAR, OAK and JARRAH COFFINS ALWAYS IN STOCK. Note the Address— PiGX* Street, 'Phone, A 4308. Private 'Phone, A29S8.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Prince of Wales Book [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

T3l)-t 'jprinct of bales' ? o ?? What -the Prince says:— St. James's Palace, S.W.— I hope that all who can will buy this bcok of photographs, and will thus help me to secure the largest possible assis tance for our sailors and soldiers who were bunded in the war. — Ed- ward P. The demand for the Prince of Wales' book will be so enormous that it is most important to order copies now. The book is being published for St. Dunstan's by Hodder and Stroughton, Ltd., London, E.G., at 7/6 per copy.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Dead Ones A Mad World NEW YORK "NATION" SAYS SO. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

Bfce T-eod Ones Z& 3&td WLorlb By Walt Mason. NEW YORK 'NATION' SAYS SO. I think I am the greatest bard that has appeared in modern times; yet all the critics jolt at me hard and say mean things about my rhymes. Full credit I shall never get while I infes^this vale of tears, though I may be the world's best pet when I've been dead five hundred years. Then folks will gather round my tomb and say I was an uncrowned king, and TU enjoy a gorgeous boom when I don't care for such a thing. - When Old Bill Shakespeare lived and wrote the people of his native town considered him a cheap John pote — a harmless sort of rhyming down. Oh, -we have records by the ton of cheap Elizabethan skates, of ten-cent, victories they won, when they were local candidates. But no one thought to write a word of Billie Shakespeare and his rhyme; such chronicles would be absurd, so thought the sages of that time. In vain we paw through musty tomes and records of the long ago; we only have Bill's ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ESPEBANTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

ESPEBANTO. ? w ? . The thirteenth international con- *s gress of the Esperantists takes place this year in Prague, Chehoslo vakia. These congresses are at tended by hundreds of delegates from all parts of the world, whose sole means of intercommunication is the Esperanto language. Discus- ~ sions, speeches, plays, .concerts are all carried on with perfect ease in this wonderful tongue- Two official delegates will attend from Austra lia, and it is intended to wish them good-luck when tiiey pass through Fremantle on their wa&to Europe. A meeting for this purpose wfll be held at 8 pjm. on Friday, 22nd.,* at the James-street SchooL All those who are interested in the language are invited to be present.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LLOSTD GEOBGE'S POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

LLOrD GEORGE'S POLICY. If the Irish trouble could be set tled by unsettling i% what a states man Lloyd George would be ! ! Un fortunately, continuing a scandal is not the best way to terminating it. . —'Australian Worker.'

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE COMMISSIONER REPLIES. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

THE COMMISSIONER REPLIES. In response to the above request the following letter has been receiv ed from the Commissioner's Office, dated 15th April, 1921. The Com missioner, realising the urgency of the case, has been good enough to put his side of the matter before the public, and here it is: — Commissioner's Office, Perth, 15th April, 1921. Dear Sir,— In repy to your letter of the 13th inst., respecting the accident to ? , really I can not allow what is published by your paper to influence my judg ment. The whole facts of the case referred to are very much misrepresented in your article, but this is not unusual. 2.— I may perhaps say that the, . Hon- Minister, for Railways has not even sighted the papers, the entire responsibility for dealing with matters of this sort resting with myself. Yours faithfully, (Signed) H. POPE, Commissioner of Railways. The Editor, 'The Sunday Mirror,' Murray-street, Perth. —n—

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
AN OPEN LETTER To the Commissioner Against Railways & Tramways "The Mirror," Perth. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

.ss^Jfc*, ' tj*.- : -i«. ?^^?j^gfi^K^- -^ '^^i.'--t*ft2rv aJCsjj'-s'v -''C;- '' - '!*'?wWf'J^!5*' «??/; JjfrT iT' H lie CHMlssiWKr Af fllisi Wiiwflfs t 'The Mirror,' Perth. 'The Mirror' has had many bones to pick during the coarse of its ca reer with the Commissioner Against Railways and Tramways, and bigger bones to pick with the Minister from time to time. However, in dealing - -mm you two genuemen, me Mir ror' is of the opinion that the sub ject matter, of this letter, of which -you are well aware,' is now- ripe for public knowledge. You will re member that on September 22nd. . last an elderly lady, nearly 70 years of age (who was accompanied with a chad about the age of 6 years), -'??was knocked down by one of your - Itlgfettie-trap trams in Beaufort-street, shortly after 6 o'clock in the even ing. The tram that occasioned the lady being knocked down was travelling from one of the outer northern sub urbs back to the river, to enable it to cope with the later 6 o'clock rush. The ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE MIRROR Perth, Sunday, April 17, 1921. THE PRICE OF PEACE [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

Mi'fcoR Perth, Sunday, April 17, 1921. THE PRICE OF PEACE u Australian employerdom, assem bled in the fonn of a Chambers of Commerce Conference, is letting loose upon Perth a flood of hot air hitherto unexampled in our chronicles. We have had some experience of strike oratory; we have been treated at times to the unbridled, extravagances of anti alcohol mania and social purism (of the 'oh-you-wicked-men' type). But the Commerce Conference gen tlemen excel them all. Their apoplectic gibberings found their culmination in a resolution which demanded, in essence, the abolition of all efforts in the way of industrial legislation, leaving the field open for a free-fight be ,tween the parties. To bolster up this outrageous proposal, the supporters of the motion adduced little in the way of airgument. They seemed to rely upon the evident feeling of those present that a free fight would result in a victory for their side, and a final crushing of the serpent of trade unionism They forget, how...

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