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Bs Suspicious of Tender GUMS [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921
Bs Suspicious of Tender GUMS Be suspicious of any tenderness or bleeding: of the gums. This is usual' ly the first stage of Pyorrhea-^-ah iri sidlous disease of the gums that des troys the teeth and undermines 3-odily health. Gradually the gums become spongy. They infidine, men stoiink, thus expos ing- the iiiicnamelled tooth-base to- the ravages or decay. Tiny openings in the gums form gateway? for disease germs to enter the system. Medical science has traced many ills to these infecting germs in the gums weakened by Pyorrhea. They are how known to be 3 fre uent cause of indigesi-«n, anaemia, rheumatism, and other serious condi tions. So watch carefully for that first ten derness or bleeding or the gums. Try Forhan's immediately. It positively prevents Pyohhrea (Riggs' Disease) it used in time and used consistently. Ana in preventing Pyorrhea ? It guards against other ills. Forhan's (For the Gums) cleans teeht scieutincally as well. Brush affffl '? ' kecps tb™ ^tirt &Hm'sHr...
2min. observations (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921
2hIi. 0»servttlMs (Continued). I will acknowledge that, like all turf writers, I am a '2min. ran.'? It is tbe crowning achievement of harness eo uines, and aside from tbe owners, dri vers, and breeders of tbe animals, I doubt if any other class of horsemen so jubilate over 2min. miles as do we turb scribes. We are apt to become red up upon racing or even a brlllian/ nnture, and when a steed reaches the 3mtn. eminence we are at once inspired and proceed to herald the effort in our best style. Owners, drivers, and breed ers are interested in their own borses, while our interest in the stars is of a more catholic, impartial character. At the close or the season of 1920 we bad seventeen 2min. or better trot ?crs ami yagers, lour iroiieri&oniy ne in? in this honoured classification. That this limited number of horses should bave crossed the line in significant in view of the fact that from 8000 to 10,000 trotters, and pacers are annually raced. In ten years this would mean upward...
WHERE TO GO ON SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921
WHHIK TO SO ON SUNDAY. Canning Bridge and Appleorou. — By terry boats leaving Barrack-street Jetty on Sundays: fl.15, 11 ajn.; 1.16, 3, S.30, 7, 9 p.m. Point Walter. — Boat leaves Perth 10 a.m. Trams from Fremantle. The Zoo. — Open all the afternoon. By ferry from Barrack-street. Government Gardens. — McMahon's Band. Evening. Grand. — Ethel Clayton in 'A Lady in Love.' Princess, Fremantle. — 'The Struggle Everlasting.' Majestic, Perth.. — 'Footlights and Shadows.' Majestic, Fremantle. — 'Sacred Sil ence.' Palladium, Perth. — Burning Day light.'
And Eve Said Unto Adam [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921
I And Eve Saul Unto Adam j Social Notes for insertion under this beading are invited, must reach this office by noon on Fri day, and must be authorised. Gone back to the Ultima Mulga— Mrs. Daisy Bates. An Albany visitor noticed on the Terrace during the week was Mr. R. Holmes. A forthcoming wedding is that of Mr. H. Wansborough and Miss Ida Wetherall. Sailed for England on Tuesday — Mr. and Mrs. Goerling and family, of 633th. Perth. ' An Ormonde passenger was Mrs. C. F. Hummerston, who has return ed from England. Back at their Midland home — Dr. and Mrs. Clarke, after a pleasant week's truancy at Busselton. Zealandia passengers for the East include M'ss Daglisfc, ct West Perth, and Miss Joan Good1, of the Kinder garten. Country people seen in Perth dur ing the week include Mrs. Tom Rsx die, of Narrogin, and Miss E- Vive ash, of Northam. Returning East per Narkunda — Miss Olga Solomon, who has been spending a holiday in Perth with Mr. and Mrs* Doolette. A Perth' girl who is now worki...
"GO Get It" A BIG WINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921
'6o Gel II' — \j — A BIG WINNER. On last Monday morning1 the Press were entertained at the Palladium Thea tre, to a private run through of 'Go, Get It.' To say that we merely enjoy ed it is putting; it very mildly indeed. Speaking for myself, I must candidly ad mit that '-Go, Get It' is the finest picture I have witnessed for some time. The bacKRTOund for the storv is the omces of the 'City Harbour Gazette,' a supposed Yankee sheet. The size or the machinery, the staff, the offices, the system — all make our local establish ments look like matchboxes. The story follows a 'live' reporter in his hunt Tor a 'scoop,' and is interrupted by aerial stunts, railroad, seaplane, and motor-car thrills, to say nothing of a sweet-looking 'gorilla,' who 'vamps' some through the film. The cast includ es Pat O'Malley, Agnes Ayres, and Wes ley ('Freckles') Barry. If you would like to see a real thrilling and inter esting aim you must not miss this, it's a big 'winner, as the film men say.
Men and Memories [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921
Aden and Memories I Obit: William Sandover, founder of Sandover's Ltd. Mr. Barney Egan, of the Weather Bureau, is enjoying a well earaed holiday. Skipper J. Rodger, of the Bam bra, has left Australian waters for Bonnie Scotland. Expected back again after a brief business flit East— Colonel Pope, Commissioner of Railways Obit. — Jack Kennedy, one time of the Fremantle 'Federal,' and more latterly of His Majesty's, Sydney. Continuing his Journey Eastward, Professor Jeffrey, of Allahabad left our sunny (!) shores during this week Bill Witte, one-time manager of the Shaftesbury, looks quite distin guished with his 'game' leg. Cheer up, Bill! Amongst Bambra passengers en Friday was Mr. «. J. Craig, late of uunbury, wno goes to take up his duties as Acting RJM. at Carnarvon. Jim Phillips, the famous Interna tional cricket umpire, is now a resi de'4 of Perth. He is a brother bi Bob Phillips, the well-known City contractor. Ben Jones is confined to his bed with the after effects of a very b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921
BRAHAM BROS. Fremantle DENTISTS ? W''^: , :?.''. i (By Roy D. firaham, L.D.S.. A.Q.D., Melb. Un). 59 Market Street (over Beisfey's) Fremantle PHONE B895 Triangle Table Salt PACKED IN WA. TRIANGLE STANDS FOR QUALITY.
SPORTING ARENA BOXING GRAHAM HANDS OUT SOME SLEEP WALLOP. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921
SPORTING ARENA MHNt GRAHAM HANDS OUT SOME SUES* WALLOP. At His Majesty's Theatre on Monday the contest between Frank Graham and 'M' Pope 'only lasted two minutes 48 seconds. Ttee former scaled 11. i», and tbe latter 81b. less, but Frank looked to be much heavier. 'Al' was smart in Ms attack finding Prank's face with two. nice lefts, but Frank only smiled, and sent out a right swing: which round a borne on 'Al's' jaw, which dropped him to the tloor. At the call of '3' he rose Quite dazed, only to find Frank ~ handing out one that again connected -train nis jaw, whs uiu-? uumnf we iuu count. Pope was unable -to rise, .and bad to be. helped to his corner, where be was some time coming too. A ten-rounds' preliminary -between Monson and Davis was a spirited con test, and helped to compensate to some extent Tor the railure of the big event. It was one. of the best opening contests ?een for some time. When Paddy Pasto placed his hand on Mon son, a section of the house started hoot in$r,*wb...
East Perth Football Club STATE PREMIERS 192O [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921
East Perth Football Club STATE PREMIERS 192O -? — - - Photo, by Webb and Webb Back Row: Sullivan, M. Hall, J. Mitchell, H. Gepp. Second Row: W. Hilton, G. Owens, W. Maloney, A. Herd, L- Bowtell, J. Scott. Third Row: H. Groom, G. Oakley, P. Matson, C. McKenzie (captain), W. Thomas, V. Harrold, R. Brentnall. In front: C. King, E. Allen, L- Duffy, V. Sparrow, W. Fletcher.
EAST PERTH FOOTBALL CLUB. STATE PREMIERS, 1921. Hon. Sec., C. G. Norton. Captain, C. McKenzie, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921
EAST PERTH FOOTBALL CLUB. STATE PREMIERS, 1021. Hon. Sec., C. G. Norton. Captain, C McKenzie, Esq. This week we reproduce a photo, or Ust season's League Premiers and also State Premiers. East Perth, all will agree, thoroughly deserved Premiership honours last season*. This season, at One or writing-, they are undefeated, ?Ml Have, with one exception, all of last . mhsh's champions to pick rrom. With ' SrSldttion or new talent It will be t#m that Young fasts bold a strong . Early O»y». t W»V to«* to '02, 'Son' Bray, whose - interest In the double blues has never '-?mmea. rormea the union Football Club, v/gair incidentally that club won four igJapW Premlersbips. In '06 tbe Un ions were re-riamed the East Perth Football Club, and played in League competition for the flrst tune in 1906. In 1910 and 1918 the club was runners up, and in 1919 Premiership honours were won. It Is still fresh in the minds of ail how convincingly they won the Premiership of last season. Since Us formation as ...
"Johnny" Campbell Impresses Victorians. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921
'Johnny' Campbell Impresses Victorians. Campbell, the West Australian, has been a great attraction at Richmond s practice eames. He is a two-footed, kicker, and can mark^sky high. All the big Tigers and all the little Tigers feel that they should eat-'em-alive-o if thev could get at the W.A. Leaguers who refused to transfer him. — 'Foot- baller.'
Ladies—Dark and Fair LOOK PRETTY, DRESS WELL, NEVER'TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921
Ladies — Dark anJ. Fair LOOK PRETTY, DRESS WELL, NEVER' TALK. The ladies who stare at you from Perth's show windows, and wear gor geous clothes, are a good-looking lot. There were times— not long ago — when the hot weeks of summer af fected them overmuch, but now they wear a permanent complexion, and a prettv wave in their fair Tiair which never comes out. And what a big difference a pretty wax model makes to a show win dow. How much more attractive do- good clothes look upon her petite; figure? They are very lovely ladies, in deed— -graceful, 'alive,' even co quettish. The wax-modeller, like the bronze-worker, makes his origin als in clay, and uses plaster mould ing. For his pattern he often has recourse to a living tnodet. Pfor does the success of his achievement demand less scrupulous attention to detail than that of the artist or sculptor. The contour of the body in all the varieties of its pose has to be carefully studied to produce; that impression of ease observed^hi the^ bes...
Homily for the Housewife [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921
Homily for tke Housewife For a Bright Stove. — To clean the steel on oven doors rub briskly while the steel is still warm, with a soft cloth dipped in vinegar. This is a splendid' cleanser. A Sweeping Hint — Persons who are accustomed to use tea leaves for sweeping their carpets and find they leave stains will do well to employ fresh-cut grass instead. It is better than the tea leaves, and gives a brighter and fresher look. The Useful Newspapers.— For cleaning the range arter, a meal is cooked, nothing answers so well as old newspapers. When vegetables are to be prepared for cooking, or a fowl jointed, spread several thick nesses -of newspaper over the table, and save both time and labour in the way of cleaning. Paraffin for Window Cleaning.— Apply a. little paraffin with a well worn sponge of chamois leather if you want to have spotless windows. Rub them over with a damp duster, then finish with a thoroughly dean, dry duster. By this treatment the glass will acquire a brilliant pol...
Dress and Fashion NEW SEASON GLOVES. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921
JDress and Fasluon %}' NEW SEASON GLOVES. 5^p Wotlung: sets off jKe smartness of - a* short-deeved coat frock like a ; spod pan- of white gloves. The thrif : Xjfr wiiinan regards them as an unpar aonabte extra\'aga'hce, but as a mat ter of fact they are often more eco Vjjginical in the long' run than these 'm 13u» serviceable colours- OnW the 'iifissjt. of skins are put into the white leaves of first class make, so that ^?fcfipy. can be gleaned over and over again without the process detracting -from their softness and freshness. : :' 'Var the woman dressing on a f^niall allowance who has to keep ^? For Warmth and Effect.— This _ is a smart design of jumper mode expressed in myrtle-green .. or tobacco-brown stockinette, ';?' with button finishings to be ; ''worn with a pleated skirt of ???--- . /.'' contrasting check. ?4Mne with many social engagements, the idea of providing herself with two pairs of white gloves to be re t. served for special occasions is thor oughly practical. If ...
Beauty in a Bottle [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921
Beauty \n a Bottle (By'Miaouw.'- It's rather amazing how., if you glance through the pages of any magazine, you notice that every se cond advertisement has. to do with some aid to beauty. 'She keeps her hold on youth,' and then follows a eulogy on somebody's tooth-paste. 'Use ? 's soap and have a skin like peaches.' N.B.— If I were a man and l-JcvMirf cnm«»nn#»: with a 'neach- like skin,' I should feel inclined to send her a shaving-brush at. once. Think what a peach-skin feels like! The seekers after beauty must be very gullible, because a picture of 6ome incredibly beautiful maiden accompanies each advertisement. Do they really think, pool dears, that by using somebody's soap, or an other one's tooth-paste, that they are going to acquire beauty? And yet they think so, else advertisers wouldn't go on advertising It's rather pathetic, this age-old search for loveliness, and no doubt iti the days of Cleopatra, and before, the priests and quacks sold nos trums and promised . their cli...
Thrifty Women [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921
Tkrif^AfVomen - The members of the Women's Indus trial Exchange are 'making a btirvnort ln,X ^eir Hrst WM r-du5i$tto. first week in June, Hi portions «r the Cyclone Fence Company's showroonr In Munjur-street. Perth. They laveTecU d«J *o open every afternoon to dispUy and offer Tor sale me work of i&jFiraV 'ous members. They are to be coh ine nxcaang-e should flu * loag-tt&t i ^ taani10n& womeu In home talustrtes, !« T ..!' tBose clever workenv wtoo ™f«r tuejr goods. Such miscellan«nis »»hf ^,1^ ba8rs' Mini** Plffi rt£S s' _cujJdren's clothing; cushions -' dried and preserved fruits, saucesTihut Some people have still a rather lifcy ? Wea as to the Tunctious of IS' Ex change. The principles underl^nr 'u SST/??1'..'*?? -sunP'city itselfT^ThCT arc (i) 10 bring the producer and the consumer into direct contact with each other and thereby secure a filr^Sci «; ana -2) 10 encourage the m^r: ^UMSLS11 beautlful artic1^1 toI!!i.ii*Sfltoi!.n& WHOmen in the count...