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CITY ODDITIES [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

CITYODDITIES v ? No doubt before long our ; Perth toy shops will be; full of 'German Hero'* mouth organs. Did you note the 'Prodigal Sun' during the week? We did^ for a minute or so. Some city men should note that the old proverb with a new blending is now, ''you may Tead a man to the Tommy Walker, but you can't make him pay for drinks.' Germany is still supposed to be shamming dead. The rest of the world, including Lloyd George, Briand, and Billy Hughes, arc shed ding ' ' damns. ' ' Do you notice howT the boys who ride the gee-gees over the 'hurdles' at our racecourses, are always so affable? He who can take a fence seldom takes offence. The seeret being, of course, a good clear conscience. A real come back— ^nd all his old friends extend the glad hand of wel come — to good old Harry Brown, thrice Mayor of Perth. It is pretty safe to state that our roads and foot paths would not be in their present disgraceful condition were - Harry Brown at the municipal helm. Bob Turkerton, chief...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Elusive Mr. Hughes. HIS ADELAIDE HASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

Elusive Mr. HHf hes. HIS ADELAIDE HASTE. 'B': Though belated, the news of the Prime Minister's stay at Adelaide is none the less interest ing. The Sydney 'Sun' says that 'elusiveuess is characteristic ot William Morris Hughes. Of course it is. Any true and sensible Aus tralian knows that,, but the trouble is to get those Australians to ?convey their knowledge into effect, when* the proper opportunity oSers, wheu the weapon is available for use. However, Mr. Hughes is elu sive. The 'Sun's' telegraphic information from Adelaide at the time will save writing. Here it is: — 'The Melbourne express, with Mr. Hughes and party, was twenty minutes late, and the Prime Minis ter spent a quarter of an hour shaking hands with representative citizens on the station. Then he -went by motor car to a hotel. Meanwhile, members of the Cham ber of Commerce and many other influential citizens walked across to the hotel, and waited to give Mr. Hughes the reception which had been arranged. But for the nex...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Rates. And a Collecting Agency. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

Rotes. And a Collecting' Agency. 'Batepayer': About the latest iii many glaring instances of be trayai of ratepayers' trust- by the members of the Perth Boads Board reached me a few weeks ago. Debt collecting agencies have evidently come into a new sphere of opulence, and it would be interesting to know exactly how such mutual interests I and much expensive combinations (both to the Board and the rate payers) have been brought about lately to harrass property owuers for the recovery of CUBBBNT rates. It is unheard of that for such current rates a collecting com pany gets Xo. 1 chance of exploit ing the ratepayers who now more tlian ever demand outright every single penny of their rates being expended in their respective dis tricts to improve their districts — not to improve others' bank bal ances. And the demand is a just one. It is as just as it is obvious that there is some 'tickling' go ing on underhand which should be nipped in the bud. In other words, I he Board should be asked...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

MASEL'S MOMEl SHOE STORES ONLY ADDRESS: CORNER BARRACK and WEL LINGTON-STREETS (Opposite Beaufort-street Bridge). Great Extension of Premises ?SALE IS NOW ON. ALL BOOTS, MERCERY AND CLOTHING TO BE CLEARED AT UNHEARD OF PRICES EVERYTHING MUST GO, Regardless of Cost, as we must have MONEY and ROOM. Lt will pa-- you to come and see us. ONLY ADDRESS: MASEL'S, Barrack St., PERTH. Ladies Costumes Especially Treated. MATT WALL f KING of DYERS and CLEANERS. ; Corner Rokeby-Road and Park street, Subiaco. 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
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

Life's Greatest Asset IS GOOD HEALTH. You cannot be happy and bright if gool health is denied you. If your health is not satisfactory, send to-day for free particulars of our Home Remedies. They have a 20 years' successful record, and are used with equal benefit by both sexes. Enclose 4d. postage to Dept. M., Ladies' Health Institute (Regd.), 7 PALACE CHAMBERS (Basement). HEAD OFFICE: SYDNEY. The ARCADE STUDIOS (Established 20 Years). Tlie Picture Framers, Photographers, And Photo Enlargers of the West.' CENTRAL ARCADE, PERTH F. w. Swaine, Proprietor. (Opp. Hallway Statlony. FOR BEST JOINTS AND CUTS Try P. H. JAMES Family Butcher, 51 CLAISEBROOK ROAD, EAST PERTH. Call or Ringr Tel. A2.025. Where the Tender Steaka and Prime Joints Are: J. T. MELLEN NEDLAND8. CASH BUTCHER. TRY 118.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

FOR RELIABLE, ECONOMICAL, and PAINLESS DENTISTRY, DENTIST: MASSEY CROSSE. The HYGIENIC DENTAL INSTITUTE 134 BARRACK STREET DO NOT CONFUSE OUR PREMISES WITH OTHERS CLOSE BY. For Comfort, Strength, Reliability, The ZSJO3NT - SAG Bedsteads, Mattresses, Stretchers, Wire-seated Deck and Verandah Chairs are easily the best. Built to Your Own Older or Design. We Re-wire and Repair any class of make. — 419 HAY-ST., SUBIACO Call and Inspect. NU-GOLD POLISH KEEPS SHOES YOUNG It keeps the leather of your shoes supple, prevents them cracking, helps them to keep in shape, and gives them a brilliant, and lastin^ polish that draws admiring attention to your feet. ° Obtainable All Grocers and Boot Stores. MADE IN AUSTRALIA. NOANA CAFE, HAY STREET PERFH. Sanqnets, Picnics, Waddings, sad all lands of Parties catered for on he most lavish scale. Quotes obtainable on application. All charges strictly moderate. J ? SAUL gPSTinr, Proprietor. Triangle Table Salt PACKED IN W.A. TRIANGLE STANDS FOR QUALITY....

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

KEEP YOUR HOLD ON YOtJTH Into the noonday of life carry the glory of your youth- The leaping pulse of perfect health, the beautv of yesteryear can still be yours. Pycrrhea, which afflicts' so many over forty, 'will pass you by. In its blighting touch, Pyorrhea is akin to age. Its infecting germs de plete vitality. They cause the gums to recede, and the teeth to loosen. Take care that this enemy of health and beauty does not become established in YOUR MOUTH. Watch for it. Visit your dentist often for tooth and gum inspection. If you have tender or bleeding KUmS (the first, svmntnm nf D,mr rhea) use Forhan's for the Gums. Forhan's for the Gums will pre vent Pyohhrea— or check its pro gress if used in time and used con sistently. Forhan's keeps the gums firm and healthy— the teeth white and clean. HOW TO USE FORHAN'S ? Use :t twice daily, year in and year out- Wet your brush in cold water, place b. half-inch of the re freshing healing paste on it, then brush your teeth UP AND DOWN. Use...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The New Glove. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

. The New Glove. Fashions in gloves are dating- back a long way, for the elbow gauntlets, which are all the rage at home with the autumn suits, are very similar to those worn by knights in the Plantagenet period, and worn then on very special occasions. me moaern gauntlet ^s lor every day wear, when anything of a some what decorative' style is being look ed for. The pattern is distributed - most unequally, since some show the narrowest lines of figuring- while others are completely covered, only the part encasing the hand being left plain. They are not cheap, but economy in gloves means that it is wisdom *o buy the expensive and finely-finrshed ones, since, care that will guarantee endurance and long wear has been given to them. If you want bargains in boots, mercery, and clothing, call in and see Masel's. Corner of Barrack and Wellington-streets. Premises are to be extended, and goods simply have to be got rid of. You wiJl see goods there priced at 15/- that will cost 25/- elsewher...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Momentous Modes Smart Effects to Tone [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

Momentous Wocles Smart Effects to Tone The craze for matching everything makes for smartness. Under this heading would come the outfit that comprise a navy coat and skirt trimmed at the cuffs with striped Roman silk. A high collar of this -material surrounds a softer frill of muslin that almost enveloped the *? chin in its soft folds- The waist coat was of the striped silk, while to complete the ensemble there is a wide band of it used to round the smart little sailor hat that is worn straight and low over the brows. With this costume anything but a stick, and that one of the flat, sword like type, would Hae sadly out of place.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ROSS-SODEN TALKS THE FOX FIRM MEAN BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

R0S&50DEN TALKS THE FOX FIRM MEAN BUSI NESS. We have been closely watching J the doings of the William Fox Film people in the Eastern States. We have closely studied their huge ad vertising campaign, their film sub-, jects, and the 'coin' reports that the Fox people are continually re ceiving from their many exhibitors. We had come to the conclusion that the Fox people had a big 'punch' across the border. Now, their gene ral manager, Mr. H. E. Ross-Soden, is on a business visit to our city; that settled it, as far as we were concerned;^ we could see the Fox firm meant business here. On Friday afternoon we found the Fox chief at his table, busily pen ning an article on the 'Worries of the Censor.' However, he laid-iiis able pen down to answer our quer ies. We started off with our usual 'opener.' 'Well, Mr. ,Soden, what do you , think of our city?' 'I like it very much. Of course, you have a big deficit as far as po pulation goes in comparison to tm. other capitals, but in pro...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

At the Criterion Hotel, Hay street —Swan Beer at its best. Reg Harrison, proprietor.

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TROTTING [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

TROTTING The W-A. Trotting Association held a successful meeting to-night, following are the results: — STATE HANDICAP. or 50 sovs. one mile and a hair. Mr. H. Wat!s' Etrah, 15 bud (Mercer) 1 Leslie WUkes, scr (Pyke) ? 2 Dick Wilkes, H5 bhd. (C. Thomas) 3 Other starters: Master Dudley. 35; Pel ?r Hupn, io ; Forest Bell, Dingo, iiS: 3*5»eia, -20; Moi-wptu 14&- .d^i-ct . Clcve, I5«j; Wallace Queen, 155; xayn Iiwr, 175; Wally's Pride, 195. Won by live yards, with 30 yards be tween second and third. Morwyn was fourtn. Betting: F.vens Peter Huou, 9 to 2 Etrah. TTm$, 4.0^ ; rates, 2.43i, 2.-44S, 2.38i Tote: S.O., £2/10/-; place, 10/-, ' BICTON HANDICAP. s Of Co sovs. One mile three furlongs Mr. J. A. Harry's Queensland, 10 bhd. (Badcock) .... , Uoclor Tom, 4 n bhd (Walton) ' a Maori Maid, r,s bhd (Cannon) . . '* 3 Other starters: Lord Dexter, scr ? I'aichcnclla, 15; Jack Wllkes, 20; Lucky Patch, 25: Diamond Direct, 30; Almost ? O., 50; Zisiorwood, 55; Heather Bells, 00. t Won by :...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
BOXING [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

BOXING ? n ? Tire postponed match between Frank Graham and Al. Pope will take place at His Majesty's Theatre on Monday. May 23rd, for the heavy weight championship of Western Australia. A ten-round preliminary between E. Monson and W. Davis will also take place. Sid Francis, bhe crack Eastern States* middle weight, will fight the winner of the big fight in the above theatre on Monday, June 6th. ? n ? The sporting fraternity will be pleased1 to hear that Harry Stone, Australian lightweight boxing cham pion, arrives back in Perth tomor rom (Sunday) morning. Harry has added fresh laurels to his already formidable Ii^t since he last graced Hav-street, as readers will remember who have been reading this paper's interstate and sporting news column.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

I WHERE TO BUY AND SELL PROPERTY 7f» &OL, S far Cent, 10 Per Cut, 1Z\ Par Cent. Itivcst Your Money on First Mort fitc. and reap the benefit or High Cur rent Rates or interest. We can find a suitable security for your money. SOADDAN BROS. FINANCIAL AGENTS, 86 ST. GEORfiE-8 TERRACE, PERTH. DO YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL HOUSES AND LAND? P. D. CLUNE, Second floor, A.V.P. Buflffinfcs. Will fix matter satisfactorily. Tel. A5217. 9OVS GROUSE ABOUT &AVD&OBDS BE OHS— TOUB, OWN. , ' At West Perth, within easy walking distance; we have a Neat Brick Cottage of four rooms, bathroom, washhouse (copper, W.T.) sewered (paid), electric light, etc., in fact a neat convnient house. PRICE; £525— with, say, £75 deposit, and 25/ weekly (inclusive). f WHY BE A BENT SLAVE? FOB FREEDOM SEE HICKEY & BON, 29 ABGADE, Opposite TOWN HALL, CITY. Absents Estates Carefully and Effectively Managed, Mortgages r~\*r' ^Caeaply ^'Qtrictdy'; Arranged from £60 Upwards. ? Vx'tA.?^ ^fcERE &a...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Women in the Tropics Are Conditions Congenial? Obstacles to Settlement. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

Ulomen in we tropics Hrt £Mdttfoi$ Soigeiial? Obstacles to Settlement. Melbourne 'Herald': — Altuougli ex ports maintain that tbu climatic and topographical conditions of Northern Australia are suitable for successful wtiite settlement, tuere are difficulties which Utcy to not hesitate to admit. Tbose who liave a close acquaintance with conditions existing in the tropics consider that the most/serious obstacle in the way oi the successful formation of white ro.Tnjunltlos is the economic environment of the women. This much is' Indicated in a report which Mr. Massy Greene, Minister Tor Trade an-1 Customs and administrative head of the Federal Health Department, has received from Dr. Cumpston, Dir ector- General or Health. ThP report summarises the discussions and deter minations of a committee which was appointed iiy the Australasian Medical Congress? — which met In Brisbane last year — to consider the suitability or otherwise of tropical Australia for a working whi^e race. The report...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

1 A« a-iv«M'tis«i in another colmn a ina-s iii-'«'tii:jr under the auspices of Ihe Metropolitan Council or the A.L.P. will be held on the Perth Esplanade on Sun day afternoon next, 15th inst., at ar p.m., when speakers from the Indus trial Disputes committee will state the case for me union in the Esplanade Ho tel dispute.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Irish to Rule Australia's Fate. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

Trisb to Rule Australia's Fate. 'We want to go to the races'. ' shoutea a delegate of the conference of the Hibernian Australian Catholic Benefit Society recently, in protest ing against the arguments that went on over the proposed amendments of the laws. Another delegate was pain ed bv the frequency with which the debates were suppressed by the mo- __ tion 'that the question be now put.' A chorus ol 'Hear, hears.' showed, that the main body of the delegates approved the drastic curtailment of the arguments. Later on Bro- H. E. Kelly said he believed that the day wouid come when the Irish race would rule Aus tralia. He was speaking as an Ir ishman who was the father of 14 - Australians, each one of whom was _ better educated than their father I or mother. 'Though I reverence the Irishmen ' who founded the society.' said Bro. R. F. Bourke, 'and respect ray Irish parents, my first thoughts go to Aus-. tralia-' A chorus of 'Hear, hears' showed the approval of the conference. — Sydney '...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Answer to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

answers to gorrepoiiatiits. ? O ? novelist, who died in 1905, wrote a large number of much-read novels, in each of which the plot works ? round scientific or physiological fact; many have forecasted recent developments; for example, the gramaphone, cinematograph, the. airship, submarines, etc. His best known works are ' Round the World in Eighty Days,' 'Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea,' and 'The Mysterious Island.' — o — L.R-The demonstration against Mr- Lloyd George at Birmingham occurre.'l on December lStli, 1901. Mr. Lloyd George escaped through a cordon of 600 policeman, having first changed .clothes with a Bir mingham policeman. (2) Yes, his life was threatened in no uncertain fashion by the mob.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Head Over Heels [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

Dead Over Reels The old-fashioned maiden was bashful, And prattled of prisms and prunes; Her frock was flounce- ful and sash-full, And she danced but to decorous tunes; And remarks that were certain to rankle Were made by the hard-boiled old eggs, Should the swish of a skirt show an ankle — For no lady admitted to legs! The skirt of to-day is but slinky, And just about starts where it stops; In fact, it's so awfully dinky ♦ It proclaims its fair wearer has props. Yet don't cry that her manners ute shocking, Or that modesty died yesteryear — She may give you a g limpse of her stocking, But will never display a nude ear! — New York Globe. — New York 'Globe.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

. J# GparamQut\ty$rtcntfiQ-iolwe Showing at the Grand Theatre, for Thre'j Days, Commancinf May 28th,

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