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Keeping Dressing Table Dainty [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921

Keeping Dressing Table Datnty Isn't it pleasant to sit down be ' fore a dressing table, when visiting, even if only for a fleeting peek at one's hair or for a moment's flirta tion with a powder puff, where ev ery appointment is exquisitively dainty? A few minutes' attention once a week is usually sufficient to keep a dressing table looking fresh antt^ pretty, if one is particular each day * to. have a place for everything. For the Office. — Cream flannel, vy ella or any of the warmer textures materials may be used for this smart Shirt Blouse. Buttons en suite give the finishing touch. Keeping a muss off the tabe means using the drawers and having a cus hion or tray for pins and hat-pins, another ior hair-pins and another for manicure implements. A waste paper basket conveniently placed makes it easy to form the habit of thrusting every floating wisp into it. When there is not time to re move every accessory and shake the scarf, a whisk-broom applied to brush off dust and powder into...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Dancing Frocks [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921

Uanctng?X rocks and dance frocks in -particular ioom -** .BfUB&mJgtip&tiQliv&JHgB the case at present. It is no easy task, therefore, for girls: on fnpflest dress allowances to keep themselves pro perly equipped in this respect. It is not so much that-4ange andf^ yariety is pequired, but gxat xrfiat-'^P1 e*er is^ sex»rn| snafcbe JS^i? and dainty in appeanmeer^ * * .'.- The vogue for .tufle, is^iampant, ant the prices in I^or^nary tbread „ REFINED and EXQUISITE . for the DANCBT SEASON. quality tempting enough. Uut its ; life is necessarily a short one, and * nothing looks worse or more pover ty-stricken than a, bedraggled tulle dance dress. Now, the best and; most cconomi- - cal way of using this especial dass of .tulle is in ^handkerchief . points, - the edges, steadied everywhere by picot stitching. These flat pieces can always fee revived by tie ap plication of a cool iron, whereas frills, flounces and draperies .are ir retrievable once tiie dressing : has ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Trying-on Fitting Garments [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921

rymg^on K- Fitting Garments In trying on garments it is first; of all necessary' to have the garment ready some time before that actual ly arranged for the fitting, in order to satisfy yourself that the garment is correct in all details as far as pos sible: that the balance .marks have been put together in the right man ner, and thai the proper seam; al lowance has Jjeen consumed in the' basting-up. This often saves time and confusion in the customers.' pre sence*.* After the usual formalities we come to the actual fitting. See that the garment is properly on the fig ure, or it cannot be. expected to fit. First see thai the balance is correct. Have a system for noting all the different points, and take them in their proper order, marking all the defects, etc., as you proceed, hav ing a code of marks whereby you will understand exactly want is wanted when you have the garment to re-mark. Let us take, for instance, a lady's coat. Having got the garment on and checked the balance, pin ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Late Film Chat MAJESTIC'S BIG FILM. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921

lite FllB 'ttSU MAJESTIC 5* BIG FILM. A series of stupendous prdSuc- i tionsty the Wm. Fox Company, ail of which are to receive- their Wese-'t^ em A.iisti'aiiaxi premier at die Ma- \ jestic, the Hay-street house of the J- C. Williamson Films fitinrV.' 'Checkers,' 4 big racing 'story; 'Should a Husband Forgive?' ''-'a ' domestic melodrama; 'While New :;j York Sleeps,' a sensauon of night v life; and 'Over the EG11.' a simple masterpiece. , All these w3i appear ? at short intervals, and the added comfort which has befn secured by V numerous interior alterations to the Majestic should ens-ore a. steady stream of picture lovers to the ccsy and popala* Jitle theatre.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
"BOY BLUE" WINS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921

' ' 'BOY BLUE' WINS. ? ? ?' ; : '^| At the Melrose Theatre ibis evening - q ,an appreciative audience enjoyed- toe % Initial production or tbe Juvenile Panto, - ? 'Boy Blue.' The usual first night de. ':$ lays were apparent, but these were re- ?' medied at the matinee thai eventuated — i this afternoon. Baby HoIIie as 'Briar .' :; -Rose,' and Tiny jSeabury , as- 'Bpyij Blue' did remarkably well, and arotmfX 1 them centres the whole plot Little -i John Shannon well earned a rousing: !i reception for bis numbers, as also did ; Tbelma Lemmone. Other*, wen Id the ; ,: limelight were Dorothy Fisher (King), ' .. Olive Crellin (Fairy Queen), 3»eIUe-;\v furlong (Herald), and Wee' Jimmy -.^ Guild. Tne comedy role was lei* lo * Gerald Shaw, whilst the 'evil witcb';* :% was bandied by Babble Carter. lx»tb tr performers being much in evidence. ' /I throughout the evening. To Mrs. M. : ^ M. Carter, and her energefc hobby, we takf off oar hats. - Their pupils \ are a credit^to tbem. Tne show will...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Films, Footlights, Plays and Players Theatricalisms Film Phases and Facts [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921

'fsMfesi Footlights, Plays $p& Pwwjm£ *£ Thcatricalisms %£ _ CONDUCTED BY 'ALLAN' Film Phases and Facts 'So Long Dorothy Z5 Yes— Madge Elliott is quite as nice 'off* as whoa she gracefully trips behind the 'border-lights.' Williamson's are 'off,' but there's one consolation, they'll be back be fore we -can take a 'running jump' at ourselves. Elton Black's 'wee Scotch mor tal' is always sure of a warm hand, and his 'producing' is an absolute certainty for a huge parcel of our praises. Webber and Shaw have a fine lit tle routine of business to dispose of again this week. On the boards they are happy individuals, and 'off' the yare more-so. : When 1 see little Rita Nugent, of the J- C. Williamson Company 'off- stage,' I wonder at her youthful ap . pearance; then in the evening when I see her across the 'lights,' again I wonder at hep-dancing and acro batic abilities. What a little won der Rita really is. May McCann, who was seen with the Humphrey. Bishop Company during the latt...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Fremantle Fragments [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921

fremantle fragments {By 'Ostium.') The Trades Hall Saturday' night dances are turning- up trumps. Grouse writes that Captain Morrison did eventually senff out the 'Lady For rest' to look Tor the Oshermen maroon ed on Garden Island last week. Yes, but he sent it out TOO LATE. If the 'Emerald' naa no tuappened along: the three men who were maKtng an at. tempt to reach the mainland would have swamped and drowned. One, R. B. Carter, in his efforts to get well into the limelight, has dic covcred that 'a pronouncedly disloyal clement has arisen, whose activities were inimical to the interest or the Empire.' . . . Councillor Carto.r should be a little more definite and should name some or these imaginary ele ments . . . some of them might pos sibly *. o. amongst Cr. Carter's custo mers. Congratulations to the Tramway Board, who replied to the Council's re quest for free passes on the trams, that tuny were willing to accede to tho Council's reques* on pay:nent of £75 per annum. Councillor W...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE WEEK'S FEATURE AMUSEMENTS FIRST HALF OF WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921

? TK ? : ? WEEK'S FEATURE AMUSEMENTS FIRST HALF OF WEEK. Majestic Theatre.— 'Water, Water Everywhere,' starring Will Rogers. ' (CMdwyn Fflm.) Grand Theatre.— 'The Woman Game,' starring Elaine Hammersteln. (Sdznick Fflm.) Pavilion Theatre.— 'The Breaking oE the Drought,' Afl-Star Cut -Golden Wattle Fflms Film.) Palladium Theatre.— 'Forbidden,' All-Star Cast. (Associated Produc ers' Fflm.) SECOND HALF OF WEEK. Majestic Theatre.— 'Salome,' starring Theda. Bara. (Fox Film.) Grand Theatre.— 'Sick A-bed,' starring Wallace Reid. (Paramount Film.) - « Pavilion Theatre— 'The Breaking of the Drought,' All Star Cast. (Golden Wattle Films Film.) Palladium Theatre.— 'Chains of Evidence,' All Star Cast. (Famous Directors' Film.) . THE STAGE. His Majesty's Theatre.— Warwick Armstrong Testimonial, Combined Entertainment, Tuesday, May 31st. Shaftesbury.— Peter Brooks Amusement Co-, in Revues and Comedy. St. George's HalL — Every Evening at 8.16. George Horton's Pierrette Pierrot Piano Co. AT FREMANT...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LABOR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921

LABOR NOTES {By 'Spamcna.') * j (By. 'SparbSeus.') j The Federal Secretary or the Loco. hngiue Drivers is on a visit West. Must be arter some points rrom Bro. Kenneally. Jack Howartb's in khaki at last1 it's a civie suit, tho'. { Railways P/esident siill studies his West' assiduously. 'We recommend 'Tho Mirror' Tor the dinkum news. Judging from hTs frequent attend ance at ssles or late. Bill Kltson must bu house furnishing1. . ^ Those Arbitration cases are bringing' Billy Johnson, round the Trades Hall quite a lot these last Tew days. Iledley Symonds has sported a new suit since ae walked into tin- tram-car Has Col. Pope's department been as onerous as all that? Jack Reid has been appointed secre tary of the Socialist party, and prom. ises to push things along. Sunday night lectures will com mence at the Trades Hall next Sunday, May S9, when John Curtln. of the 'Worker.' will speak on 'Things Im perative.' A good house Is assured! »»id f ? (a well-known politi cian ) take his wift E...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921

THECARLTON : THE COSY CORNER HOTEL. 1 GODERICH-ST., EAST PERTH. THE STOCKS ARE GOOD-OH! JACK GREEN, Proprietary Tiie WINE of oar Country . at its feest at Mrs. Hy land's COSY SALOON, 46 BEAUFORT-STREET (Near James-street Corner}. ALHAMBRA BARS ROYAL ARCADE, M. DE PEDRO . . . Proprietor. Free Lunch. Finest Wines. HOTEL KALGOORLIE Corner LORD and WELLINGTON STS. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION. ' Wines and Spirits True to LabeL F. HINDS, Proprietor. - WAiste? TH£rOPNOTCH?cgrcH

Publication Title: Mirror
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921

I U WON '? BEER X:t FAMOUS j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921

CONSUMPTION THE WONDERFUL LO MONACO CURE. A SUPPLY OF THE SERUM Direct from the National Pharmac ological Institute of Rome. IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR WJV.. For Humanity's Sake Tell Your Friends. Particulars: MR. CHAS. LUPP, 8 AUSTRAL CHAMBERS. BARRACK-STREET, PERTH. If in Danger of Losing Your Sole, go to C H. COPPERWAITE, BOOTMAKER. PACKENHAM-STRKET, FREEMANTLE. PADDY MURRAY THE MAlk OF RENOWN. DINING and TEAROOMS, 110 UIGH-ST., FREMANTLE. Tne Best Place In Fremantle for Ices, Spiders, and all Bpft Drinks. TRY 'RENOWN1' TEA, 1/- per lb. COACH and MOTOR BODY BUILDER. GENERAL BLACKSMITH. H. H. FOLUNGTON. Corner ADELAIDE and QUEEN VICTORIA STS., FREMANTLE. THE FEDERAL HOTEL FREMANTLE. ? «S GEO. JOHN, Proprietor. - SWAN BEER ONLY. RIGHT ON YOUR WAY ! PAUSE and CALL At HARRY SHAW'S Australia Hotel WHERE YOU CAN ENJOY A POT OR SPOT. Jack stroiacn, the Tailor CENTRAL ARCADE, PERTH. A Most SUITable Man. The Best of Spots at BEDFORD HOTEL GEO. AUBURN, Proprietor. Tel. A1623. CITY HOTEL COR1SER ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921

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Publication Title: Mirror
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AT THE SHAFTESBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921

AT THE SHAFTE8BURY. ,011 Sunday evening, at the ShaOes burv Theatre, Stan Tilton and Mafeglc Bucklt-y will make their farewell Pfrtb appearance. -The management are -also screening' a big live-part feature aim. A silver com admits. This solves the problem of where to go on Sunday evenings. -x Two performers who possess some wonderful English press notices nave been booked by tbe Shaftesbury man agement to make an initial appearance ' at their 'house' next Friday, evening. They arc Hilda MiMurtrie (a speciality and acrobatic dancer) and Dick Milton (light comedian].

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921

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Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921

Always ask for DIAMOND FLOOR POLISH MADE IN AUSTRALIA. It gives you the Highest Standard of Polishing at the Lowest Possible Cost, and means a great saving where polishing is exten sively done. ? Obtainable at All Grocers and and Hardware Stores. Why Pay 33 p.c. Duty On Imported Serges, when . we can do you First Quality Fine Indigo Serge Suits at £9-9 Cut to Your Measure. ; Made in Australia by Australians for Australians* Commercial Tailoring Coy. 794 HAY-STREET (UPSTAIRS), Opposite Zunoel's. If you need FURNITURE, CROCKERY, HOUSEHOLD FUR NISHINGS, Men and Boys' SUITS and OVERCOATS, Ladies' FURS. GOLFERS, BLANKETS, Etc.. A. Macrow & Sons Pty. Ltd. THE EAST TERMS PEOPLE. / Can Supply You Satisfactorily. Terms: 4s, in the £1 Deposit. Weekly Payments According to Value of Purchases. Note Addresses: 889 HAY-STREET, PERTH; 77 MARKET STREET, FREMAHTLE; KALGOORLXE, BOULDER. Agents at NORTHAM and YOB£. FURNITURE FACTORY, 13 FITZ GERALD-STREET. Thones, A3640, Perth ; B782, Fremanti...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Printers' Pie [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921

Printers' Pic bon't reckon your friend-as th* number of fellows thatll accept your challenge to comeanaverdrink. ' You may be overcharged for some* thing good, but you very seldom get a poor thing- cheap- A youag man;droj-ped info a state of coma and it was several. days be fore he fully, recovered. Later he spoke of his experience with a party of friends. . I Rotten apples are tike easiest to nnd; rotten companions are \ the easiest to make. Why waste time colouring a meer schaum P:pe when you can get ylot more fun tinting your nose? Being kcH up continually, as a horrible example is sickening; but it isn t half as wearisome as trying for ever to balance a halo on the back of yotir head. . 'Where have you been?' 'To Karrakatta.' ' ''' ? 'Any one dead?' '-? (Gloomily) : 'All of them.' When hubby's temper is frayed on account of the air being rent by °£te' ^e eJther a ado's ran! mSf of 2PS .g?ltteriflS «» the level T,°i che IV mS sun are glorious to behold— so J\n told. I never stay ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Twins Born at Sea [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921

twins Bora at Sea Twins, boy and girl, were bom on the Red Star liner Kroonland shortly after the steamer left Ant werp for New York recently. Al though the parents are Czecho Slovakians, the children, having been^born on a ship under the Am erican flag, are of American nation ality. Now fancy if those wonderful twins had only been coming to Aus tralia. Billy Hughes' oaath of alle giance would have had to be in flicted on the little sucklings on ar rival at any Australian port. That is if Billy's -wonderful Act was ad ministered to the letter of the law.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921

[?] MONDAY and TUESDAY. ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN 'III Wmmd fine' A Selznick Picture. .And ROBERT WARWICK In George Barr McCutcheon's Greatest Novel, 'iiecfii«iNisks' It's a Paramount. ? WEDNESDAY. WAULAGE BEID -^ and ;'r BEBE DANIELS i ?Sick Abed*« And CARMAL MYERS ?' i 'TIC MMJHffrtlfr j Lf Managing Directors: EpwiwGercm.w.Gibsw. S^r'E.LT;c5bi*^ll1 NOW SHOWING AT THE PALLADIUM The Second of the ASSOCIATED PRODUCERS' Big Features. ' Forbidden' Personally Directed by ALLAN DWAN with an All-Star Cast. WEDNESDAY. TWO FEATURES, both new to Perth. 'A Little Brother of the Rich' A Convincing Story of a Man's Regeneration Mains ol EvMeicC A Smart Drama of Smart Society, Replete with Gotigeous Settings and Wonderful Gowns. * TONIGHT (SUNDAY): D. W. Griffith's The Idol Dancer' NOW SHOWING AT THE PAVILION * - BLAND HOLT'S Greatest of Australian Dramas, tteDittfM' I With the Fourth Episode of the Popular Serial, . 'THE SILENT AVENGER.' AJso Two-Reel Western Drama. i WEDNESDAY: 'THE BREAKING OF TBS D...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921

Direction: J. C. Wfflhunson Films, f Manager: .. .... .. Jade Watts. *- ' TO-MltBTi ? ? ' - ?- :; MADELAINE TRAVERSE in «me«fcitsi^r Wednesday Ne*t | The Massive, Gorgeous Super Feature, ' 4 The Sensuously Seductive Sirtn ; of Herod's Court — Fiercely, Pas-. ? sionately Emotional — Jfhe most Ruthless Womgn^. ??_? of the Ages. ' ''#c . 8 BIG ACTS % A SCREEN MASTER-DRAMA. ,-

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