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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

WAR'S AFTERMPWl Finance, Industry and Commerce; j By Sir HENRY BRADDON, ?« Ex- Australian Trade Commissioner in UJSUL^ A summary by The Mirror, taken from the West Australian, Tuesday, 13th April:— „ 1913. 1918. im ^ World's Total Debts ... £8,600,000,000 £42,500,000,000 £60,000,000,000 Paper Issue ? £1,500,000,000 £8,600,000,000 £16,540,000,000 % of Gold to Paper ... 66*3 per cent. — 9*4 per cent £100 as the Unit of National Wealth. Debts Owing by Nations. -m- Japan. U.S.A. England. France. Italy. Germany. Australia. v £310/- £5 £20 £40 £44 £350 £2,600 . Australia's Position. Loans Falling Due. Federal War Debts .,. £357,000,000 State Debts ... £408,000,000 £765,000.000 From now to 1924 ... £190,000,000 From no w to 1927 ... £349,000,000 From now to 1933 ... £508,000,000 Every Man, Woman and Baby in Australia owes £150, , . Taxation per Head 1913-14, £4 «4s. ; 192021, £12 5s. 5d. -~ -C2 Who has been responsible for the above state ofaffiairs? — Think it over- S

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
An Englishman's view of the lrish Question (Harold Spender, in the "Contem-porary Review" for March). [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

Ai EifiislMi's View ?f tie irisM Question (Harold Spender, in the 'Contem- porary Review' for March). The relations between Great Britain and the United States stand in need of improvement- No one who, like myself, has spent several weeks in the United States, West and East, North and South, can bear any other witness. Further, I am constrained 'to testify that all this misunderstanding, whatever form it may take— whether in a refusal to compound the Allied war debts, or to revise the Panama tolls— has one single fount and .origin. That is the Irish Civil War. 'The circles in which I moved for the most part were strong Pro testants and fervent Americans. AU were inspired by a deep enthusiasm for better relations between the English speaking races. With one accord they put their finger on the Irish question as the chief source of division and danger to the two peoples. 'One does not fully realise this until one reaches Washington, the political capital of the United States. There you...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Claremont Asylum To the Editor. "The Mirror," Perth. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

foe Claremont Asylum ? v ? To the Editor. 'The Mirror,' Perth. Sir, — I enclose herewith copy of a letter to the Premier bearing twentv-two signatures of well known citizens, representing the Press, the Labour Party, RJS.A., the legal pro fession, and other sections of the community, all of whom are keenly interested in my petition and have with many others promised me every assistance should any further attempt to interfere with my liberty be made. I have also received very definite assurances of support . against vic timisation from Mr. Phil. Collier, MLA, and other Parliamentary members and citizens in W.A. In view of that publicity which the matter has received, I only hope that the lunacy authorities and their friends will again try and silence me or institute proceedings which will give me the opportunity I crave, o* giving my evidence on oath in opei» court- I am not in the least afraid of them, as I stand on the solid rock of truth, which I feel must eventu ally prevail. Alt...

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

WHOSE TURN NEXT? Serious unemployment, resulting . in drastic redactions in wages, is ^ now rife in the United States- ' Ac cording to press reports there are ' two million men out of work; wages in tha textile industry have been cut S?i per cent.: the Bethle- . hem Steel Woiks have cut wages 10 : to 20 per cent.; and on the railways, although wagts haye not been cut, about 10 per cent, of the employees J= have been discharged. According , to the * Times' ^London1, It is the greatest slump hi trade since the panic of i9i)7.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Caucus or Constitution Terrace farmer's Tammany Boss Orders the boot for Baxter [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

Caucus or Constitution Terrace farmer's Tam many Boss — o — Orders the boot for Baxter Melbourne City Council having decided to bar 'sectarian and sec tional processions,' it was general ly expected that some similar move would be made locally. However, no interference was encountered by the participants in the Parlia mentary Chink Parade, which came off in good order last week. Onlookers, unfortunately, were scarce. The show wasn't advertis ed, and the processionists, as they slunk one by one from Parliament House to the Headquarters of the St. George's Farmer's Caucus, seem ed to avoid publicity, 'rather than attract it. What happened inside was a dead secret—-Bo dead that its stencn rises to high heaven. The first job of Caucus was to decide whether the Coalition should continue, or whether the Terrace Fanners would grab the lot. High Priest Monger decided to give the Coalition a new lease 'during good behaviour and Monger's pleasure,' and Caucus cawed acawdingly So Jimmy Mitch, ...

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

COYLES Pure Grape t BRA NOT 'Ike Bmdr efJatdtes ftam' Being oarefally distilled from well matured wine of very high quality, COYLE'S PURE GRAPE BRANDY ia always uniformly good. Its flavor, in the opinion of every judge, is without compare Try it To-day This is the weather in which you'll readily I appreciate this invigorating beverage. I OBTAINABLE AT ALL LEADING Ifi HOTELS AND LICENSED STORES 'p= sr- phil com *ss

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

v ***^&- '*^^'- Jill . ;;.. Order ltm$j$t ' '*$ ^jg| From Your News Agent? ' , * HE WILL DELIVER IT fcVEK¥ SUNDAY*. *

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

I IHIIflaVI Tk. BPFIl That Made PARJMMI^ UWWW The BEER Ka.yooH.o FAEVIOUS . .v-: '\ *'i . ' ™

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

ESPLANADE HOTEL FREMANTLE. Proprietress: Mrs. KELLY. (Late of tlip Grand Central, Perth}. BEST SPIRITS STOCKED. SWAN BEER ONLY. I

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

SEDUCE LIVING COSTS By Dealing1 With For Tobacco, Cigarettes, Cigars, Toys, Fancy Goods, Stationery, Jewellery* Watebes, and otoer Articles Repaired and Ouarantee Given. Staving ML, Hatrcutttoff 1/-. Dark orLlght Mixture Pipe Tobacco, 4&f«ros. Flake Cot, Light or Dark, 60. or. 405 WELUIIOTOir-STBEET, 778 SAY-STREET (Opposite Fey -«nd Gibson). Country Oreders recelre special at tention. THECARLTON THE COSY CORWEH HOTEL. GODEWCH-ST., EAST PERTH. THE STOCKS AbI GOOB-OH! : JACK GREEK, Proprtaior. HOTEL KALGOORLIE Corner LORD and WELLINGTON STS. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION. Wines and Spirits true to LabeL F. HINDS, Proprietor. BOOTS AJID SHOES. BACK TO PBE-WAR PRICES. CALL AND LET ME PROVE IT. Yon Cant -Jet «~ Better Repair than from ? £ RETCHFORD fclGUTH-AVENDE, MAYLANDS. The Best of FRESH BREAD DaDy to Your Door. EL BRIDE RAILWAY TERRACE, MAYLANDS. THE BUST MEAT PROM W. E. TURNER Opp. Station, MAxXAWDS. Country Orders Promptly Filled. Send Cash or PH. with Order. SMJJSAGES OUR MASTE...

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

GARRY STACK'S SAVOY CAFE (Downstairs). NEXT METROPOLE HOTEL, HAY-STREET. ? , THE OCEANIC COTTESLOE BEACH. A Superlative Resitential Hotel. GEO. GREENWELL, Proprietor. STILL THE PREMIER TOBACCONIST (Wholesale and Retail). J. QL1ESON. 6S7 HAY-STREET, 63 BARRACK-STREET, S47 WILLIAM-STREET, PERTH. Agent for QUEENSLAND'S GOLDEN CASKET ART UNIONS. .- J. GLEESON.

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

-' '-i -r ~* -^ *,._ « ^?J.T-'IKbsSSplS ffiv :?3fe-4*fe.*sl ^ £U& Saturday's mx^B&Wm i-ee* seen on Canning coarse gBt^jSL some time. *? ^~ ijS^a Nonplused ^^Tit laH, **m*?!f squib lot, *oa -^ Captain Fox one of $he 'most' eo»-~^ sistent horses Tiummg^ . Spyscope-dia yon set ihe£zoA be put'ln. The aeit Sew^osos^SaSiy be .interesting to -atch, -vVs^gk Had young LiDeyman ndJetiP any sort of a decent race 'on'f-«fc£^ Port, it would liave teen ^aome~onS3 the bit.' - - JtH N. Percival rode a double dt Bev *riey Races on Wednesday. Eurythmic's 'winnings in states are approximately 324j$66 4o dafe. ~ Jockeys' licenoesJhsTej^v^^t. ed to F. W. CraAne4|®^Bl£ den, W. F. QuiimTiSp^wM'lfc. * William Fry has'^^^^^m^k ed to P. 3£gge*r *?? '^&l*%4p On Moi^lay^Jiext, at 2 iS&lI^ Messrs. SogjttT^i JOlffiua. of^Ga£ tersalT*- Bafeaar,.wai ©flfer *or Jfef the racehorses Andronicus. WabKL j «^^» Ba*'*us, Cool ^Somt ' «md Maldon Knight ,4u&gk&Z£b. - tog horse...

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

UNIVERSAL PnYTjBB^p Carey ^^85^* which has been released at fl^^^^^l^^^^ The Palladium J^^fi^''^ and will go into all the Suburbs ' ^^^^^V^^^fe^. will be featured shortly ^^^^m v^9^P' in W.A. ^^^^m ^^Bt UNIVERSAL PICTURES ar« 9 JBgS, moo Mb releasing their Star Picture* Jr3Bw*~ ^'^ |gf-S In practically wary Stow Is ^ W& IrS

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

V / vjodn AoocMHDBcnn. - 4T QBMMLT BSDUOID PBIOKS. . - r, t Instruments, sold everywhere at 60/- to 90/- now v i from ALBERT and SON, LTD, at 1 ' 36+ 4U. 66i. i . The Best now on the Market. Every Instrument \ tested before sale, but no guarantee given nor return accepted! Country orders must contain remittance* .. plus 2s. postage per Accordeon. ONLY ADDRESS: . ' Albert & Son Ltd. 180 MUBRAY-STREET, PERTH (Near Boaas). Postal AddreBs: Box 67, OJ».On Perth. NO SHOPS IN BABRACK-STREET. 1

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

{Men and Memories! T ? ? ? _ ? ; ? . _? ' ? S * The knuts of Perth are develop ing a new style of decorative hair work or hair growth for that mat ter. We have taken notice that the innovation is gaining favour, and we think that in referring to tie little matter in these columns no harm will be done, but that pos Eibly a good deal of good may come of it. The development of facial beauty, of course, is a matter of taste for each individual, but the dajtaaordinary antics adopted by -- ttoTa few in the community have *' tnade them really ridiculous in the .;. «yes of the ordinary every day per. son. The hair is being now allowed h to grow down in a sort of halfmon ^v,key-£aceside4ever, after the pat Intern of the London flunkies; the %i bottom reaching about in line with the lobe of the ear. Prom several patterns we have . seen around the block, tie ears have been small, and the general effect not too bad, but we are retally afraid of the cotnse , tienocs when some of our well known p...

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

* ^^^B^B^B^R «P*^^'*- ^^^^^^^^^ * «^^^^J^^^Hr B^BKAflB^B^P^B^HB^B^B^ft^tfy : wS^^ ^bw^^HL^bMBb^bIb^I^^^^B^^B^^t^ ' E^i ^c r^ I A ^V^ W #? I 1 9 *1 Y¥lC I ^pvAiT*^ - ^nd LildJUjgg^ THOMAS' iMEiaHAN took the leading role in 'The Miracle Man,' a play which created a record. Released by F&ramoiiat fTilmsatthe Grand Theatre, 7 th May next.

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

THE SHADOW OF LIGHTNING RIDGE. Featuring Snowy Baker, Stunt Star supreme. Written and produced by Bess Meredyth and Wilfred Lucas. * All other Australian motion pic tures iaoe into insignincence beside this one — and you'll say this one is as good as the imported productions. When the Shadow found the girl he wanted he just took her. He does many, many 'other things in this great, 7-act Thrill Play laid in Australia's mighty outdoors. You'll never forget his leap on horseback irom a cliff sheer through the roof of a hut forty feet below; and the very dramatic reason for taking the leap- will lend zest to the thrill— to all of them, in fact. 'Portuguese Annie,' in 'The Sha dow of Ligntning Ridge,' held up Wilfred Lucas in the production of 'Lightning Ridge.' No one could be found who adequately fitted the. role. Chance brought Miss Bernice Vere along — the rest is now movie history. She showed such rare ap titude before the camera that she was immediately signed up for 12 months. Tha...

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

fremantle Fragments Butter may have gone down 8d. per lb., but meat's risen 2d^ ana bread is 6d. a loaf — and we can't live on butter alone. It is said that the late C. Y O'Connor could never be persuaded to risk riding over, the Fremantle railway bridge. That was nearly 30 years ago, and the bridge is just being repaired now! 'ISome' joke -(the {Market-street meat merchant put up on the well known sport, who runs the next door news-agency. Wrapped up some pigs* tails very neatly and left 'em on 'George's counter. George persuaded his next lady customer it was her parcel, and she reluctantly took it home, and now George has lost her custom. The wharfie who is reputed to have recently put in three 24-hour shifts in succession is no disciple of sabotage, lor no one could ac *cuse him of being a slow 'un. Jimmy Bolger — the Port's most popular entertainer — has recited Service's 'Dan McGrew' so often that the lines, 'the gnawing hun ger of lonely men for a home and all that it means,' ...

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

; TJXZ HUB 'Ol NORTH FREMANTLE. Railway Hotel {OPPOSITE THE STATION) . ?A iXDf KUM DBINK. * GOOD BILLIARDS. PADDT BURNS IN COMMAND. SWAN BEER AT ITS BEST. STAR HOTEL ESSEX-STREET, FREMANTLE. ? ' JACK STACK AT THE HELM. JichStroiach £ TIE T«HOT 01MTEAL ABOADE, PERTH. A Moet SUITable Man, mm* the Tartar tmk* and Prim* ? : ' Mint* Are: :? 7 J. T^MELLEN : . , CAM ?UTCMatT' TRY OS. IK;?:' J.BALFOUR ||-^'niiwiiMtnlfi With HobTt

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

A ROSE ALWAYS IN BLOOM! ROSE HOTEL NORTH FREMANTLE. JACK QUINN. HOST. THE BEST OF EVERTBZKG. L^JIj D. P. SULLIVAN, isiiiii i33 HiGii street^ 1!HHh Fremantle. |.lffiH| SPECIAL. REDUCTIONS lllS hH9 MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING and MERCERY. ifim ?WlH NOTE A FEW OF THE PLUMS. N^HB ^HjjH Men's Mercerised Shirts, 6b. lid. ''? llfflB Hm Men's Heavy Working Shirts. 7s. lid., 8s. lid . HHHi ^BjH Men's Pyjama Shirts, 13s. 6d hWBI ?Hill Men's Felt Hats, 7s. lid. and 8a. lid. ff 1MB HOIIf Men's Cotton Tweed Working Trousers, 9s. lid. KjjBf Mil Blue Deninjs, 8«. lid. ijlfil HIS Botb' Knickers, 4s. lid., 5s. lid. I^B m SUITS from 12s. 6d. Tm . W^ A Biff Variety of If &? MEN'S and BOYS' OVERCOATS. [?] PERTH Motor School FOR PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION 182A ST. GEORGE'S TEBBACE. Anderson's M^r SADDLERY Ml —WORKS- If - v James SL, \ PERTH. ^^— ^2^ Jf KIP SEAT If and I PADS /I Unbreakable Key Head If Tree with Mounts ONLY £7 : 10 : O

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