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Sex Autago[?]ism [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
Se* JNlaiWHtti (By Adi Marie, in 'lAussie/')] , The woman who thinks that man is her industrial enemy makes! a great mistake, and consequently , thwarts her own object in the Sfcht ? she is making tear egual pay for equal woijf-^ ','/ ? - It is stffl a^Mbiem whether wo man does an^|ual amount of work compared with *be ^ver^ge tnan^ In wonian's war for^equalifar the '?' greatest force! .&ie toisto - contend against k her T&arasitical aster, who te an msidums foe ijecause «he hues «er age4ong chains. Her creed is ttat you ;cafcch aaore rffies with honey than with vinegar, and she entangles eyety^msn of her ken in the toils of sweetaess^vr 6hfe « a helpjss poor dea^and^e does not mmd teUmg.a j^ kind, strong man-with eyes^if not with 1ipsZ what a wonderful person he «! - ? -i There is plenty of this dangerous *yj-e in aie business and commercial * *?f C^Iy big *own- ^angertus ~~- -u«u wno scorns rto: flaunt The fighting tfetfr wifli $u*U tess confession of her unfitaa^to...
Gardening Notes. ROSES. For Garden and Decoration. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
Gardening! totes. J ROSES. :-J;^i&r : Garden and Decoration. SfrSfc2 i2&±wlag varieties are excellent fllSP^S«rden or ror decorative pur poses in the house. Dut can seldom be used Tor exhibition except in tne decorative class:— Radiance Gu stave Grunerwald, Sunny &-atb, iady Pirrie ? Man, Lady Alice Stanley, Antoine bj volrc, Countess or Gosrord, Irish Ele gance, Gwen Nash, Isobel, Mrs. Bryco Mian, La Tosca, Mrs. Alister Clai*. and the following long list of climbers? -^mf rtcan Pillar, Sinica Anemone, Mrs! F. W. Fllgtot, yaephyrifle yDrouhut Climbing' Csrojine Teslout. , Dorothy . Pf rWi?s, Se^ie Owe, ~^sy Mori£ Climbing: Paba Gom»»r, Coles^ia. Lady Watertow, and Souvenir dc Madame Leonic Viennot. - Pink Roses tor Standards. Madame Antoine Mari, Madame Jules Grolez, Countess ol Gosrord, Irish Ele gance, Lady Pirrie, Madame Abel Chatc nay. Lady Asbtown, Antoine Rivoire Radianoe, nose tlEvlan are all suitable' ror srow'inff as staudards b-iddctl on the dog- ro...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
Vou get a Good Grill or Three Course Meal at SYDNEY CAFE. Finest or Fish and Fowl. Sydney Rock and Bellenger Oysters. PHALAfyGAS; Grosvenor Cafe 144 BARRAGE-STREET. The Best Three-Course Meal in Perth for Is., at the Ofrosvenor Cafe, 144 Barrack-street, near Wellington street. You Will Enjoy Your Visit The Cleanest and Cosiest Shave at LETS ELLIS' The Grand Saloon and Smokers' Depot. MURRAY-STREET, PERTH. SAFE, QUICK, ENJOYABLE MOTOR RIDING. PHIL RYAN, ASK FOR G.P.O. MOTOR RANK. T«l. A3488. Garage Tel. A1SS7. Gel a Gar from Poll. Ryan. The ARCADE STUDIOS (Established SO Years). 'The Picture, Framers, Photographers, And Pboto Enl&rgBrs of the West.' CENTRAL ARCADE, PERTH F. W. Swalne, Proprietor. (Opp. Railway station). FOR BEST JOINTS AND CUTS Try P. H. JAMES Family Butcher, 51 CLAISEBROOK ROAD, EAST PERTH. Call or Ring: Tel. A2025. GRAND CENTRAL COFFEE PALACE, WELLINGTON-ST. .PERTH. Under the Management of OLIVER REES (Late of Merredin). For Seeds, Plants, and Flowers, I vo...
EGYPTIAN CHAOS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
EGYPTIAN CHAOS. CAIRO, Friday. — A series or serious rioting throughout tbe country by na tives is proceeding with the object or preventing the Egyptian Delegation leaving for London to negotiate with the British Government regarding- Egyp- tian self-government.
Cant Australia do it? [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
Cut Aistraiit 4» it? — o — A reader sent this in as irom 'Sixth Bat.' in 'Aussie': — The shortage of oil is a more en grossing problem to the Allies just now than the shyness of Fritz in re gard to squaring up the indemni ties, vrttz, by the way, is jogging along in his old methodical way, getting, oil, dyes, medicines, explo sives and heaven knows what else from black and brown coal. (I be lieve he could do the trick with bn'ndle coal or bluestone if you put him on the job). Now, if he can do it, why can't Australians? Dam mit, can't Aussies make the Com monwealth independent of outsiders, such, for instance, as the AngloPer sian Oil octopus, of which Prime Minister Hughes has heard? Men of the A.I.F. have gone in for the woollen mill business, and are mak ing a success of it, and I'll wager that if a few of the old mob were started, with Monsah in command, on the coal distilling stunt, or shale oil industry, they'd win through. My War Bond is lying idle, and I'm ready to have a pl...
Wedding Anniversaries [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
Wedding Anniversaries Great importance used to be at tached to certain wedding anniver saries. These are the chief ones, and for each you can offer an ap propriate f[ift: — ' First, is the Cotton Wedding. Second, the Paper Wedding Third, the Leather Wedding. ? Fifth, the Wooden Wedding. Seventh, the Woollen Wedding. Tenth, the Tin Wedding. Tweifth, the Silk Wedding. Fifteenth, the Crystal Wedding. Twentieth, the China Wedding-. Twenty-fifth, the Silver Wedding. Fortieth', the Ruby Wedding. Fiftieth, the Golden Wedding. Seventy-fifth, the Diamond Wed ding. Of all of these, the tin wedding seems least to appeal to one; the crystal and china anniversaries have a very special attraction, though they are less known than the silver and golden commemora tions.
Some Hopes [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
Some Ho£es / (An authority points- out that at the moment women are display ing a morbid love for the horrible in plays and films.!1 My love hitherto has been doomed to the blight; Full many a maiden I've wooed, And some in refusing were coldly polite, Whiie others were candidly rude To slender and portly, to blonde -and brunette At various times I've gone sueing, But oh! from them ail I'ves unfailingly met The answer that nothing was doing.. The chance that I offered of being my bride No damsel has dared to embrace. For mine is a beautiful nature allied To 'a caricature of a face.' My friends and relations unfeelingly own No uglier beggar at huge is. And neighbouring nurses to whom I am known Employ me to frighten their charges. But now there is hope in my suffering chest, My prospects are rosier far. Now maidens /are morbidly showing a zest For all that is grim and bizarre. If only I hasten to put in my plea While this curious whim is in transit, Some lover of horrors may tolerate...
Homily for the Housewife [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
Homily for tke Housewtie Home-made Fruit Salts.— Take 3oz. of Epsom salts, 2oz. tartarlc acid, 2oz. cream of tartar, 2oz. carbonate of soda, 5oz. su gar, and loz. magnesia. Mix well, bottle tightly, and keep in a dry place. The dose is 1 teaspoonful in a glass of water. This is very good for children. Well-Kept Sands. — Well-kept hands are not. nepessarily idle hands as some iWonien! appear to think. Very litfle case is needed to keep them. &om becoming coarse-looking and illshapeii If lie- naii'is are at '.all rough and red, the best thing is to wash them Thoroughly in warm soapy water, dry with a soft towel, and then well grease with a 'good emollient cream, and sleep in gloves, in which cut a iiole in eaeh palm and over each nail, for while we want to soften and whiten the fie?,n we do not wish to soften the nails. A ; very simple yet good lotion for rubbing on the skin after washing and prior, to drying, consists of 2 drachms of powdered borax, 3 drachms of glycerine, 6o...
Feed the Brute! Appetite Appeasers [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
Feed the Brute ! appetite nppeasers Lemon Filling ior Tarts.— Take H cups water, H cups sugar, a piece of butter the size of an egg, 2 tablespoonsful of cornflour, the yoli: of!an egg, the juice and grated rind of a. lemon. Boil the water, stir in the flour, then the butter and. sugar, and lastly the yolk of egg and the lemon.* This is delicious as well as economical. Apple and Sago Pie.— Take hdoz cooking apples, and stew them until almost tender, place them in a deep pie dish. Make a thick sago cus tard, or plain sago flavored with lemon, pour over the top, cover with a thiu paste, and brown light ly. This is a good pie for using, up scraps of cold puddings. Coffee Cake.-r-Beat 2 cups sugar and 1 cup butter to a cream, add 5 eggs separately, and beat well. Then 1 cup of milk (warm) and, last, 3 cups of flour, with 1 teaspoon cream of tartar, and i teaspoonful soda m It; mix well; before cooking sprinkle the top with crumbs made of sugar., flour and butter. Bake in moder ate oven t...
Sir "Awkward" Geddes. RUMOUR QUASHING. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
Sir 'Awkward' Gectdes. RUMOUR QUASHING. LOJXDOIV, Saturday. — A Chicago message states that Sir Auckland Ged des, British Ambassaoor at Washington, has publicly contradicted tbe rumour . that England and Japan are allied against peace with Ainerica, He said that be favoured a reduction or arma ments, and added that no nation could disarm alone. He concluded by urg ing an international agreement be tween British and American business men. ?
American Ambassador. IN TROUBLE OVER A SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
American Ambassador. IN TROUBLE OVER A SPEECH. NEW YORK, May 20. — The 'Wew York World's' Washington correspon dent states that President Harding' and Mr. Hughes are embarrassed by Mr. Harvey's London speech, which was not submitted to Washington for ap proval. The Administration is declared 10 be in a dilemma oy barimj to ois* approve or toe appointment or its own ambassador. Mr. Harvey's statement regarding the League or Nations bas caused amazement. He bas gone further than either Mr. Harding and Mr. Hughes nave ever gone in then public utter ances.
Jap Crown prince. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
Jap Crown prince. LONDON. Saturday.— The Crown Prince Hirohito, or Japan, is prolong ing his stay in England until the 29th fnst. He will then yisit France, Bel gium, and Holland. 'The battlefields will also be visited, and the Prince will visit the various meniorials rais ed to the memory of his country's Allies immortal dead.
Hating Your Relations [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
Hating Your Relations Hating relations, both their own and their in -laws, is a kind of habit with crowds oi people, and yet all the time it v/ornes them because they know that it's a mistake, and that when Teddy's -grown up it will be such a pity if uncle Thomas isn't on good terms and won't get him a job. and :f only aunt. Jane was more pleasant she might help to give the girls such a good time. And so they usually have an un happy feeiing which prompts them to write -*nd ask uncle Thomas to dinner and aunt Jane to tea, ana then, when they come, frcm sheer force of habit, they start lighting with them all over again. People who want to get on witn distant relations they find tiresome ought to cultivate a sense ol hu tnour. They should make up their miuds before seeing them that no thing is going to put them out, and stick to thj.t excellent resolve. Even if uncle Thorns does ask* why Teddy is so small for his age keep calm : and when aunt Tane tellsV, you how badly you're bringing...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
Are You Robbed of HEALTH and Beauty? Slowly and stealthily, Pyorrtiea lias taken away the things that made? your life worth while. That unac countable depression, those nervous fears, that drawn and haggard look — these are the things Pytttirhea has brought you in place'of health and beauty. : Pyorrhea begins with tender and « bleeding gums, then the .guius recede and expose, the unenameUed tootti base to decay. Perhaps the teeth loosen and fall out, or must be ex tracted to rid the system of the in fecting Pyorrhea germs that drten cause rheumatism, anaemia, indiges tion, and other serious ills. Four -out-, of flve people over rorty have Pyorrhea;- and many under that a8'5 ^^ lt also- Tne best way to end Pyorrhea dangers is to stou them before they begin. Start to use Forhan's to-day. Forhan's for the Gums will pre vent I'yorrhea — or check its pro gress If used in tune and used con sistently. Ordinary dentil rice can not do this. - Forhan's keeps the gums firm and healthy — the te...