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Of Front Views of Hand Glasses [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

Of Front View* of Hand Glasses Every woman owns a hand-glass ' — only the tenth one uses it to ad vantage. She sat at peace with the world, able even to look pleasant when twelve-stone of massive female land ed heavily on her toes, with that peace only given tc the serene self complacency gained by her last final look in her mirror Her hat sat correctly above her left eye brow. The colour on each cheek toned coqueUishlv with the car mine on her lips and the carnation in her blouse. Her eyebrows wera carefully biushcd. her tired eyes looked through sparkling pincu uez. The veil drawu tightly over her face fulfilled the whole duty of a veil harmoniously rounding off de ficiencies- And all that cait was fatuously built on a mere frcnt view. Be hind her ri^ht ear dangled a givte.* que 'donkey's ear.' a loop of black veil she had tied iX the back of c»r An . Attractive Skirt Showing A very Smart Hip Effect. hat and forgotten to tuck in. The whole careful superstructure knock ed into some...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Changes of Fashion STUDY OF COLOR. Copper Tones Liked. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

Ckanges of Fasluon STUDY OF COLOE. Copper Tones Liked. There are always certain little touches aad changes of style^ to make new season clothes more' at tractive than those we have liked, in the past. Just now the study ol colour is as interesting as the styles themselves. It is true that aavy blue, that tried and trusted friend of jail practical-minded women, is first in favour, but one cannot over look tiie attractive qualities of the henna -and rust red! shades, or the colour tones that .suggest beautiful bronzes. There is also a charm about the shade which is more like the drab brown of -a camel's coat than anything else. One sees many Fashion's silhouette through % hundred years '— * ;? smart close fitting bats in this shade.' it is also much in iavour for top coats. For day time wear one sees a large number of nigger brown tai lored garments. It has taken Mel bourne women a long time to ac quire a taste' for 'this shade, but this season the indications are that, nig ger brown ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Woman HER FANCIES and HER FADS Fantasies of Fashion [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

**:*?? ? ?? HFI? FANCIES ^ Fantasies of Fasluon ;V A very simple, yet seasonable :ir-ori»-^ece frock of Egyptian-red :.v^ri^dfli^:'«ritii collar and cuffs of ^; BIgdf fox fur, and embossed i-jt^ ^©r braided in sOk or wool. A sweet frock for out-of-doors is this simple study, made of navy blue doth, with ivory satin collar facings. Steel embroid eries adding the finishing touches to the hip-bands.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

FISHER BEARD & CO,, Adelaide Street, Fremantle, Annual Sale of Winter Dress Materials W.A.'S GREATEST BARGAIN EVENT- ' Every line without exception has been drastically reduced in price, so that we can make this SALE greater than any of those we've previously held. This means that unlimited moneysav ing chances await you, of which these below are good examples. CALL TO-DAY TO INSPECT AND PURCHASE FLANNEL. FLANNEL. AU Wool FLANNEL, English make, guaranteed fast dye, in navy, natural, and grey. Sale Price, 5/11 yard. Double Width, Cream FLAN NEL, splendid for costumes. Sale Price, 10/6 yard. f CALICO. ? CALICO. 36in. Britich CALICO, heavy weight, free from dressing, most suitable for pillow cases. Sale Price, 12/6 dozen. Another Staggerer, Striped FLANNELETTE, in good designs, a real 'snorter.' Sale Price, 7|d- per yard. Cream Blousing Jap. SILK, 27 in., a good washing cloth, nice, heavy quality. Sale Price, 3/11 yard. DONEGAL TWEEDS, All Wool Heather Tweeds, and Coloured Gaba...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Lord Northliffe On Ireland NEED OF A TRUCE. COMPLETE AUTONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

Ireland NEED OF A TBUGE. COMPLKtE~AOTONOMY. Hn the April number 'of The Nine teenth Century and After, Lord Northcliffe reviews the present sit uation in Ireland. He finds that the period immediately following the Armistice presented perhaps the greatest of all opportunities for the readjustment of the relations be tween Ireland and England.^ lbs Gravest Blunder. ' The article deals with the recent . history of Irish administration. Lord Northciffe holds that the pro clamation in November, 1919, of the Sum Fein movement and kindred or gamsatioas was the gravest admin isrative blunder which the Govern jnent had committed up to that time, since it closed every legitim ate outlet for the energies and en thusiasm of Irish youth. He also criticises the military policy of the Irish: Command under its late Com mander-in-Chipf; but his siTcngest condemnation is directed towards the departure 'from 'Old and wise precedents' which 'the creation of the Auxiliary Division entailed.' 'The effect...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
General Crozkr's Resignation [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

General Crozicr's Retigtatityi 'I Shall be Called a Rebel—' The following appeared in the London 'Times': — - Sir, — Permit me to write a few words relative to ±he future of Ire land; After a long absence I was in Ireland early in 1920, and I was as tonished. From August 3, 1920 till February IS, 1921, I have been in Ireland, as a policeman, and for the last month I have been mixing free ly and 'rubbing shoulders with the world' in Ireland, again as a civilian. What a change since I went to Ire land as a civilian In April, 1920! As an official I was unable to perceive it; there was no opportunity. In September, 1920, I asked for an 'ap- preciation of the situation,' which was supplied me verbally by the In telligence Department. A stranger arriving in a country is entirely in the hands of the 'appreciation' till he has time and opportunity to 'appreciate' for himself. 1 have. The appreciation as given me m September, 1920, has failed. When such a state of things comes to pass a sold...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

JHfLj \//f T dorothyGI Sri W \ : I % i - .?'**? ^ ^§^ ?? Little Dorothy Gish trips lightly 'along to the Grand Theatre In a few weeks, in the a bove feature. It's good. I^mHS^^HB^^^^^^^^^HH The fl^E&ss^^^^^^^E^Bil^^^^^^^^^l^^^^l^^^^^^^^^^fl^^^9^^^^E^^^^^BI ^u^^^^v^w gaBKli^^^^^B^^^^^^B^^Bl^^HB^BBiMHMa^^M F ODD J.J.SNIQQGS) Barrack and Murray Streets The Clothier and Outfitter. Everything in MEN'S WEAR in Stock from a Bootlace^ to an Overcoat. United Typewriter Supplies Co. Ltd. TYPEWRITERS AND OFFICE SUPPLIES. WE CAN UNDERSELL EVERY FIRM IN TOWN, AND GIVE YOU THE BEST SERVICE. CONSULT US BY MAIL OR 'PHONE (A3055). 81 ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE, PERTH. MASEL'S MODE! SHOE STORES ONLY ADDRESS: CORNER BARRACK and WEL LINGTON-STREETS (Opposite Beaufors-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. It will pay you to come and see us. ...

Publication Title: Mirror
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MAGAZINE PAGE DIVERSIFIED READING FOR EVERYBODY The Office Dog Scraps from Everywhere [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

Magazine page DIVERSIFIED REAJMSgp [?] l,[U it totimated that four miles of -«|| ordinary spider's thread would ymgh scarcely a grain. Tha City ol Bawira, in Portugese JSast Africa, is a city ct zinc. Zinc is «sed for all the buildings -and al o«jst eyeryiiiing eke, ftbm railway ^ cars to coffins. i:jfgm*miM» Bouse there are i va£oa$|jt35 miles of electric wire, pro -'raain^for 3000 incandescent lights, ^tdgetEer with a call-bell system and, s^p private telephone system for the ^?tf:-fle executive household. |Xv-£: .-;- ' .' . - . ? ^ How Many Days? — A snail start «L to climb a 6ft. walL P»rine the dw it climbed 3fi and e*cn night it ^slipped back 2ft- .How many days e did it take' to reach the top? *? / Hie answer is four days. An fiderly Woman in Clermont Ferrand, Auvergne, France, has re Sbeivted a letter addressed to her mother in June, 18571='* -It was from «Jier-$ather, discussing the education Eof ~i ^brother, nx-w-''seventy-five years lold: '- Hie lefter- arjnved by post : ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PESSIMISM. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

PESSIMISM. Black is the outlook from Wyndham to Nedland, Our hopes and desires have all dropt with a thud; Jimmy the Moo Cow is bogged up at Headland, So everything's down in the mud. — 'Marcus.'

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WASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

WASTE. L.ONDOX, Saturday. — Astonishing revalations of waste are revealed in the Auditor-General's report of the Ministry of Munitions.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

CRICKET. LONDON, Saturday. — The weather outlook is ravourable for to-day's hun dredth Test Match at Nottingham. The wicket is quite ready, and no harm will have been done if the weather clears before the commencement 01 the match. Douglas made the Highest score ol his career on -Friday, compiling 210 for Essex against Derbyshire.

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Trades Union Congress [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

Trades Union Congress AMSTERDAM Saturday. — The execu tive or the International Trades Union Congress have drawn up a manifesto. Tliev refuse to admit any union affiliated with Moscow. They have also decided on sending financial assistance to Italian and Hungarian organisations, .and also -o the investigation Committee to Stte^ta. They also propose energetic propaganda work in Australia.

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

CHINA. LONDON, Saturday. — A China mes sJaies -thai the Government at Pelsiu has ordered the. Southern ProviiK.es to ' arrest Dr. Sun Yat Sen, who was re- . cently declared President of. the Chi nese 'Republic. The measure has been taken as a means of restoring order. Advices from Canton state that woman suffrage has been granted for the Can ton elections.

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East Perth v Perth PERTH OVAL. Umpire: Collins. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

Eflst Pern v Perm PERTH OVAL. Umpire: Collins. . Steady rain was falling at starting time, but the attendance was very fair. Absent from East Perth were: Duffy, Hilton, and Sparrow, and the red-legs absentees were Langlands, Rowe and Ingle. East Perth: .Forward, Nettup, Mat son, Bowtell. Half Forward: Hebbard, Owens, Walker. Centre: King, Tho mas, Allen. Half Back: Brentrall, Herd, Oakley. Back: Harrold, Mc Kenzie, Fry. Followers: Maloney, CAntt DilTAH i~«AW«.*X ?~*^*«fc»^» -?-*?.*%;*., \jrx^inr. Perth was reppresented by — For- ward: Evans, Love, Oliver. Half For wards: Uren, Gaynor, A. Watts. Centre: Silverstone, Hoft, Shacklock. Half Back: Stooke, Hewby, Jones. Back: - McAuliff e, Hewson, McKenzie. Followers: Menzies, G. Watts. Rover: McComish. Perth was first out and indulged in a preliminary kick. Play opened in a lively manner, and first incident of note was a 'free' against Matson. Perth forwarded, but East's defend ers relieved, and sent back, when Easts scored the first poi...

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GERMANY ACCEPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

GERMANY ACCEPTS. LONDON, Saturday. — A Berlin mes saire status that Heir Wlrth, the Presi dent or Germany, nas jeinpijasised the iiecessily or Geriuauy's acceptance or tlie -Allies' ultimatum. He said. lie was sincere because the work ot recoustruc Mg^inii£M)e-b«gJW- ^I' welcomed Fns laiHTs assurance- dr talr .play regarding Upper Silesia,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

- £-m[ -mat ~ TKfrflf If Make all Wr?f-i their I rif ria sis. vJ^| PERTH Cloudy vtd unsettled throughout, with .further rain. N.E. to N.W. winds. Rotiffb coastal weather. ALES /STOUT fe^franiflrAsP*

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TROTTING [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

[?] State Handicap, of 50 sovs. 9 for.? — Correze, : 75 bnd, - Walton): I; Cnrtsi— ;: mas Beryl, scr., (Gardner). 2; Cyclone,' 70 (Fraser), 3. Won liy i yd, withl}$ yd between 2nd aud 3rd. .Xyrat itji.'* 2 to 1 agst Correze, 3 10 1 Tiny Tracy. ; Time. 3.-25. Rates, 2.53, 3.0, 2.53f. ; SJO. Tour, £3/6/-; place, 13/-, 14/. 21/-. others: May Wilkes, Neptune^ scr.; Dolly \v., 65; Tiny Traoey, 5*; Kyrat, 55; Indee, 60; Zephyr, 70; Olfta Dare, 75; Golden Star, 85; Bhoda WUkes 95. i Belmont Handicap, of 60 sovsl} m.j Pine Ridge, 35bhd. (Ryan), 1; Almost G., 45 (Woodsworth, 2; Bell Boy lit (Betts), 3. AVno by 15 yds, with' 1-3 yd, between 2nd and 3rd. Waiiv's rridc 4th. Betting: 3 to 1 agst Almost G. or Bell Boy, i to I Pine Ridge. Time, 3.17*. Rates, 2.35J, 2.35f, 2.35|. S.O. Tote, £-2/ls»-/-; place, 10/-, it/-, 15/-. . Others: Wallace Queen, scr.; Dearest Ribbon, 5; Fluffy, 15; Jack WUkes, Doc tor Tom 20; Never Despair, KoonMca, 35; Myopia, 30; Wally's Pride, Era Chimes, 3»;Stan H., 45; A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

ALES c^STOUT SEED AMD FLAOTftKSGS^ | FOR GARDEST. FA$M; AtfD ; STATION: ; -**. - ? ? '? .~ti* Illustrated Catalogue Sent POST i* ? FREE on afiplilatttH*. *? g Business -Aa3iiess:' * ;,; 200 and 202 Weflington Street1 ^ PERTH, W.&. i*.

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German War Criminals. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

German War Criminals. LONDON, Saturday. — A Leipzig mes sage states that at the trial or wa. criminals, Captain Emtl Muller, «\\ -com- mandant of prisoners' camp at Flavyie tnartH, France, the evidence showed that he was guilty or shocking brutality to wards British prisoners, and was also responsible for the appalling insanitari ness of the camp. Such conditions were the cause of the outbreak or dip theria, which resulted iu 200 deaths. The judge, commenting upon his case as the most terrible story or tlir war, said fliat the evidence revealed rrightful and in credible conditions.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE Lessees . . B. and J. Fuller, Ltd. TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1921. Warwick1 Armstrong Testimonial Under Vice -Regal Patronage. PROGRAMME: First Part. Overture, 'As You Were!' (Darewsky) Mr. E. L. JACOBY'S ORCHESTRA. Dramatic Play in ene Act — THE REPERTORY CLUB Will present their great success, 'At Night All Cats are Grey,' by Robert Garland. Cast: The Man . . . . Mr. E. D. Gilchrist. Tbe Woman . Mrs. E. D. Gilchrist. The Husband . . . Mr. E. B. Ayrls. Tbe Bobby . . Mr. A. T. Williams. Second Part: Entr'act, 'Going Up,' . . . [Hirsch) Mr.- E. L. JACOBY'S ORCHESTRA. Madrigal Quartette, 'Mikado' (Sullivan) Mmes. MORAN and HOPE-ROBERTSON, Messrs. MORAN and RHYS FRANCIS. (By kind permission of W.A. Society of Concert Artists). Sottgs, 'Sylvan'.. . (Latidon Ronald) A- 'Fairings' . (Easthorpe Martin) .^S?liris TESSA RICHARDSON, L.A.B. ? Acompanled by Miss Gladys Orchard, L.A.B. English Concertina Selections — Mr. REG. SHANNON. (By kind permission of the management or the Shaf...

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