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Racing at Headquarters. RI. VOSE'S RUNAWAY. KERNSARY'S CAKE-WALK. ONE RACE IN RAIN. Ascot, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

Racing at Headquarters. RI.-VOSE'S RUNAWAY. KERNSARY'S CAKE-WALK. ONE RACE~ IN RAW. Ascot. Saturday. The W.A.T.C. May mooting took place Jo-day in threatening weather: — r REDCLIFFE HURDLES. Of 150 sovs. Two Wiles. J. Jeffrey's Rippler, by Timbrel — Ripnh. 10.5 - spiers) ? 1 \onplusscd. 10. r- (O'Ruurke) .... t! High Hand, 10.1 -J (Hom-rsoii) .... :? Othor starters: Explore, to. 11 n:u bitt); Warambio, '.t.O (Bennett); \\-1- comc Huirli, '.).O (St'iskoiu. HividPiids -ror 10/-): S.O.. £l/l-J/-; placo, 12/-, 20/-, i:j/ BeUinp: 2 to 1 agst Rippler or High Hand. 5 to 1 Noiiplussod, 0 to ! Waram bie, 7 10 1 Explore, SO to 1 Welcome Hugh Won by hali a h-ugtli, with a length between scond and third. Time, S mill. 55 4-5 sec. IRWIN HANDICAP. Of 200 sovs. — One mile and a rurlong. Coad and Newman'* Ambrian, by Cambrian — Aniiiurst maro, fl.O (Bowler) ? x Miss Q. Dolmriy's RossvilJe, by 1'osl Town — Rosie, 6.7 (Caple) .... x Springmount, 9.5 (Sibbritt) . . . . 3 x bead heat. Others: Golden Bo...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Harry Stone Fight Another Victory [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

Horni strae Fig ht Aooner Victerj hVDiNEY. May 7. 10.30 p.m. — At the Madiijiu to-night llariv Stone (0 8) Ix-at Fitzgeral'i (9.8*). A gj-cat flg-M going tho rull term or -So round* fctone awarded verdict on points.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Granted! [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

Granted! According to the New York 'Sun,' a Chinese journal has adopted the following novel 'once for all' re jection slip when returning would be contributions: — 'We have read thy manuscript with infinite delight. Never be fore nave we reveilea in sucn a masterpiece. If we printed it the authorities would ordain us to take it for a model, and henceforth nevei print anything inferior to it. As it would be impossible to find its equal within ten thousand years, we are compelled, though shaken with sorrow, to return your divine manu script, and for doing so we beg one thousand pardons.'

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
"The Three in One" [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

'€bt 0-m in One (By 'W.J.D.') 'I am grieved — deeply grieved. In gratitude is hard to bear. Also, I might add, I have a reputation of being a kindly soul. If I have a prospective winner, my friends al ways hear of it. I cannot resist the whining request of the beggar. The collectors of the numerous street bands smile as I approach, the blind men's dogs wag their tails as my hand goes into my pockets, and the waiters at my hotel have no need to put their hands behind their backs and smile persuasively. No, i am a kindly soul. The other night — or, rather, morning — as I wended my weary way homeward, I espied a huddled figure lying on the pavement out side a pretentious-looking dwelling place. It was pitch dark, not a soul about, not even the reassuring helmet could I perceive. My. heart rose in pity 'for the poor creature on the cold, cold footpath. . 'What's the matter, my good man?' I ask ed. TLe man was in evening dress, and be turned a bleary eye in my diiection. 'Howsh it, boy— ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Unusual Babies [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

Unusual Batxes — \j — There are in the Melbourne Zoo.at present two very interesting babies. says a %vriter in 'Table Talk,' with his heart in the right place. One is a hippopotamus, the other a tiger. The former seems content with the world, paddling round with grotes que clumsiness after its ponderous mother, in happy ignorance of the fact that they are soon to be parted. The tiger cub is not so happy, caged by itself, the poor little beast (it is no larger than a good-sized cat/ keeps up a perpetual moan agams- the unkindness of life and the cal lousness of its keepers. ' Not that they, are physically cruel, but that a tiger-baby has the same need for maternal mro as tVip Immin tinu.r and that it is necessary to be very rrael to be a little kind., Poor little heart-broken beasts-born in captiv ity and parted from the only being it understands ! No wonder it is miserable — until it is given a huge bone to worry. Then growls replace strangely human sobs, and for a while the baby ti...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Be Suspicious of Tender GUMS [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

Be Suspicious of Tender GUMS Be suspicious of any tenderness or bleeding: of the gums. This Is usual ly the first stage or Pyorrhea — an in sidious disease or the gums that ties troys the teeth * and undermines bodily health. Gradually the gums become spongy. fiiey lnnaine, tnen sniinic, urns expos ing: the tiaenamelled tooth-base to the ravages or decay. Tiny openings In the gums form gateways Tor 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 Tre uent cause or Indigestion, anaemia, rheumatism, and other serious condi tions. So watch carefully for that first ten dernes's or bleeding of the gums. Try Forhan's immediately. It positively prevents Pyohhrea (Biggs' Disease) if used in time and used consistently. And in preventing- Pyorrhea — i* guards against other ills. Forhan's (For the Gums) cleans teebt scientifically as well. * Brush your teeth with it. It keeps them white...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Wait and See [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

Wait Janet ISee — o — (By 'J.') For some things it must be rather thrilling to be a girl. Eminent me dicos and learned scientists do not argue and wrangle and, lecture on the cut and fashion of mere man's trousers and the number of but tons on his coat sleeves; but it seems that in their minds the des tinies of the human race hang on the frills and furbelows of women. They never lose one single oppor tunity of discussing them, and they exhort us when they do so to listen -gravely and pay due heed1 to their words. Therefore, we must pay heed to Sir James Cantlie— I don't know him only of him — when he speaks, and forget for the time being trivial lit tle matters like the Irish question,' the German war indemnity, and' i 'is Carpentier-Dempsey fight. There are greater matters at issue. 'Every woinan,' says Sir James, 'should wear a pound of clothes to each stone of her weight.' A little prosaic truly, though for all I know bristling with sound wisdom. It seems to detract somewhat from...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
BRAHAM BROS. Fremantle DENTISTS [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

BRA HAM BROS. Fremantle DENTISTS (By Roy D. Britain, L.D. S., A.O.D., MeU-. Un). : 59 Market Street (over Beisley's) Fremantle PHONE B895 _ _ u a s § 3

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Women Antagonise Other Women BY THEIR VAGARIES OF DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

Women Antagon ise Otker Women — 0 — BY THEIR VAGARIES OF DRESS. At a recent gathering the wife of a highly placed Government efficial caused almost a reversal of sympa thy to the cause of her ultrafash ionable and unsuitable dress— un- suitable to her years, the occasion ?and her audience. Were women on the jury, no mat ter how just the woman's cause 'who msy be before them, she would be up against sex antagonism, and that caused by her taste in dress. In a mixed audience it doesn't do for a speaker to wear silk stockings to the displayed knees and expen sive high-heeled shoes. A terap hane hat that screamed its price* ness (teraphane is 20/- a piece of three yards). What bit of dress there was consisted of expensive black silk, with low neck, and the upper part- of the arms veiled in black georgette. Long Dlack kid gloves were worn, and then this ui suitably clad person addressed the other 'bundle of rags' all uncon scious of how much she was injur ing the cause of her class. She m...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A Blessing in Disguise [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

A Blessing in Disguise ? ^ ? Skirts are to be longer in the spring — So the papers proffer; Wherefore many folk will grieve like anything When weeks bring October. There's a hint that only ankles will be shown, And those but slightly; Even when the wind blows free we shall never view a knee — And1 very rightly! , But the change of fashion brings no joy to me; There's nothing shocking. At least, so far as I could ever see, In a silk stocking! Besides, what will the stocking-makers do? If all the ladies Give up wearing silken hose (as they will, if nothing, shows) — Busted their trade is! And' yet, perhaps, the change may turn out well, As a preventive Of accidents; for there's no need to tell What an incentive The short skirt is, men's eyes to turn aside — I know no stronger — And from Fremantle up to Boulder fewer men will get run over When skirts are longer

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

A FKMHtirs ^V Tiiltr JHL W. A. Hocy ^^^^B^ corner High & ^^^p Packenham ^^H Street m H siits-ct stnes ? ^ liiefuiiei li I tie sttte. R J£ CM l£l E . '?* 1 G T^% I All Good Stores^ n — I - 2s.3d-,2s.2d.-|f #% , per lb.v ?:*!

Publication Title: Mirror
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S.A.J.C. GOODWOOD WON BY PEACE DAY. Adelaide, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

S. A.J.C. — \j — GOODWOOD WON BY PEACE DAY. Adelaide, Saturday. At Morphetville to-day the 's.A.J.C cup meeting took place.' The fixture w;*.s well aiRuded. J'oliowing- are Uil results: — First Hsirdie Race. Two mile* and 358 yards. llaoma ? I Venezelo.s ? -2 sir. Vac ? y , L-i\ idend { lor £ 1 ) : E I / 1 2 / -. ' Elder Stakes. one mile and a furlong. Crusader ? ^ . . . I Terekia ? -2 Hookaloo ? a nivideifa (lor £1): £10/1/-. Goodwoo-1 Handicap. Ol ;»»-- --».-. ' -Lv lu:Joijjrj«. Peace itay, ? i ? 1 Th'jriifrat*;, C 11 ? 2 Black Vox, i-.7 ? 3 Other starters: irar! Simon. 'j.-2; Ta ^ala, S.J; Seal K'in?. 8.3; St. Speed, n.h; Two, New siioi. Oolden Cock, im . Mb. pen. ~..f-S: Chamois, 7.10: King's Treasure, I'lacida, 7.7; Pintadcau, Tres illo, 7.0; Re])ique Franzac. 7.5; Kibano, 7.3; Anton Rain. 7.1; Woolsack, 7.0; Topaj, 6.13; Michael the Brave, 0.9; Anton Lad, Haylass, Bobina, Anton Bejls, Naxberry SUr. Gifan. Higti Power, Dividend (Tor £1): £3C/7/-''and 13/7/ -.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

A. E. HEATIJCOTE SURGEON DENTIST. Upstairs, over Trouchet's, Wellington and Barrack Sts. 19&21 Essex St. Fremantle ,'Phone B.780. MANUFACTUKERS 0FHlGHCLA$$ItJENlTUEE. Direct from Factory to Home /no middleman's profits.

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Saturday Night's Trotting CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL SCORES. STATE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

Saturday Night's Trotting* CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL SCORES. STATE HANDICAP. Of 50 sovs. One mile and a quarter. Peter Huon. l-'.~» Una. (btockwcll) . 1 liny I'i'aoey. 45 bud. (Ewiugj ... 2 1- airy wood, loo ijhd. (Riddell) .. a Olucr starters: Acutuuc. llorrie Wood, scr.; Dolly W. JO; Kyrat. Indee. 0o- .Nancy Wdkes. 75; Ooireze. Zephyr. i:-i-lone. / Cliristnias beryl. SO; Golden Mar. IO«i: ilDoda Wilkes. 105. Won by tour yard:-, with a yard aud a naif uel'vs'.'n second aud third, Kyrat was iourtli. Betting: -2 to 1 agsi Peter Huon and C.orreze. ?'- lo I .Nancy Wilkes. Time. 3.40 \; rales. i.iCi:. -'.ooi. Toie: -.O. 12/9/-; place. 10/-. 15/-. -ja/-. NURSES' HANDICAP. Of 70 sovs. One mile and a naif. Stan H.. -'0 bud. (Clayton) .... ? I'rince Mauritius. 7j (C. Thomas .. ^ Colin. 50 (Li. Riddettj ? 3 oilier starters: Huon Dudley, birec tresss. se: , Jack Wilkes. IS; Doctor Tom. -'0; Ellinore. 35; Annie Laurie. :,?; Tinkle Bell. 9.5; SeluiL 100. Won ny a yard, witli eigfct jards be tween sec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

7/- paid In advance ensures you J| copy of 'The Mirror' post pail re9 grularly each week Tor 6 montbS Write now to the Manager, -enrtoslnfl postal notes, cheque, money outer, afl cash- :-» «M| 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

6ELM0NT PARK RACES NEXT SATURDAY GOOD NOMINATIONS. GOOD RACING Special Train Service. H. F. WILKINSON, Secretary.

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Woman HER FANCIES and HER FADS Fantasies of Fashion Straight Lines One-Piece Silhouette. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

Woman HER FANCIES =— 4 and HER FADS Fantasies of Fasmon iStratgkt Lines One-Piece Sahouette. $ r :? To look attenuated if you are iVr /''?;. barrel-like is attempting the impos hCsible, but at least in f rocking there |'. is no necessity to decorate the bar |;'Td with frills. The line of the mode ic|\ -r-whether it be one-piece or twc *sj:^ piece — is straight, and from a fas %\ v emphasise a bouffant silhouette is ^;%V ^n tinfoigivable crime. ? ;,Y Without- doubt the one-piece cos ^ ;tame will be the popular style for ; -.- winter wear. It can achieve all the *'-'??.. snugness and smartness of the tai ... lored suit, and is comfortable be yond telKng. The veriest novice at ?''., ~ ' dressmaking can cut it and sew il, y '-. :'\ and with the addition of a few bright touches the style will be f .'. not only wearable, but will not t-ear the 'home-made' label all over it. ? The materials are tweed, serge, V tricotin, wool velour, flannel, and for those who can wear it with ele gance, ve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

Wf mm m -- W ^ HAY aad ? ' pia sis. ^ PERTH AL£S /STOUT ALES' /'STOJUIT Brirt^CMltenareBrewoylja i fliH ??--.- - '-'A--Y-%'^f^m SEED AND PULWT MEBCHAMJT^ ?????-,? ? -: '£m . ? ? ? ? . 'it^i For sJlths best in : ff% SEEDS «ll FIANFS .. . -i FOR GARDEN, FARM AND STATION. Illustrated Catalogue Sent POST FREE on ? application- ~ * - Business Address: 200 and 202 Wdhngton Street PERTH, Wl.

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ROSEHILL Sydney, Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

ROSEHILL Sydney, Saturday,^ Tin; Uosehill Uaciug Club held a iniM-ting to-day in line weather. Fol lowing are the results: — Hurdle Hace. — Heducine l. Forward Lady ?--. Vucaton 3. 10 to 1 agst Ile ducrine. Auburn l'a:iii-ai. — Earl iiei!»v 1. Volpi -2. Lilray 3. 12 to 1 agst Earl Derby. TiianviUe Stale*. — Cabin 1. Eni;is i. Mount Side 3. 3 to 1 agsl Cabin. Juvenile Handicap. — I'agoi*. Clii*1!' 1. Valjrwen -2. Good Taste 3. 0 to i agct I'ajron Chief. Hosehill Handicap. — Fervent 1. Aautcli Girl a. Millie Kcnilwortli 3. 3 to- 1 agst Fervent. Flying Welter Handicap. — Tickeroo 1. I'icardy ?-'? -Nulgarra 3. 2 to 1 agst Tifkcroo.

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Eastern Racing WILLIAMSTOWN. Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

Eastern Racing WILLIAMSTOWN. Melbourne, Saturday. r.i.' Williauislowii Racing Clnh'^ May meeting- toot place to-day. Fol lowing arc the results: — Kuroil Hurdles. — Swordstroke 1 Killowat i. Berymibo 3. c- to 4 agst Swordstroke. Juvenile Handicap. — Emerson I. Snow song i'. Darmeuse 3. 7 to 1 agst Em erson. Bay View Handicap. — Walk On 1. Wildun x1. Distant Star 3. 7 lo 1 agst Walk On AuJtiinu Sieplechase. — Flash Bob 1. Jeiiier -2. McAlpnv; :i. s 10 1 agst Hash Bob. Geliihrand Handicap. — Hemomu 1. Very l.arue -'. Ageuoria 3. 'i lo ! agst Jtenionte. B-»a-rii Welter. — 1 rndilsou i. l-icoine a-. Tontiiia 3. i to l agst I'endilson.

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