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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921
The West Australian Trotting Association (INCORPORATED) '* ^ Saturday 23rd April ^i'$ STATE HANDICAP (FAST 13JLASS) ^S DIVIDED HANDICAP (SEX EVENTS) ? if NOMINATIONS CLOSE TO-MORROW AT 5 P.M. 5 A. R. FLINT. Secretary. ' ;; Established 20 Years.— The ONE AND ONLY Turf Adviser in WA LOMBARD CHAMBERS, r ? ' . ? St. George's Terrace, Perth. _--S355B8&^ 1 - JAMESON has decided to give ASs -^°^k to his numberless clients the bene- /Mm- ^ i-« '^^Jl^t'' '-''?'-' fit of his long years of experience /flJS^^M^i^^^^^^^ft ^ ' by giving One Special for each Jn9^^HHRHHHMh|Hi Note* One hone only, bat some- |9HHB^^^^^^^^^B: i: Be Sure and Consult the ONLY ^B^KsBtttt^^B JAMESON before going to the ^^^^nKmSmMa^^Kr Including Eastern States. Daily ^^^S^^t^^^ - ^ tainable at tiie gate, 1/-. ' : BE SURE AND CONSULT JAMXESON AND WIN MONEY. \-4'~ At Headquarters last Saturday gave FOUR (4) WINNERS, viz., Hare aHtch, Blurillo, Spear hit, and Registration At the Trots gave FOUR (4* WINNERS,, viz., Lit...
LABOR NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921
LABOR NOTES At lastl The MetropoKtan Coun cil of .Labour is definitely commit ted to the Trades Hall extension, and work should commence in a few weeks. In the very near future Labour in Perth will have a proper big hall and offices, in which all -the union' secretaries can be housed. ? n When the restaurant employees were before Mr. -Canning, Mr. Al bany Bell protested vehemently that it was impossible; that caterers couldn't, wouldn't and daxe not put up their prices to the publio. Now Mr. Canning has «rajited an increase, the first thing Mr. Albany Bell's brother caterers have done is 'to put up tearoom prices so that they- will return several hundred |-er cent, more than the small rise in wages will cost them. Someone imputed motives to someone at a recent Labour execu tive meeting. Diver Hughes re sented it- 'There's nothing in my head,' he roared. But why make a song about it, Diver? Wally Walsh has added another union to his necklace of 'em — the pastrycooks. This organisatio...
Mimes, Mummers and Melody-Makers [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921
Miles, Mamers flirt MdNHf flkers Harry Musgrove, opens the The atre Royal shortly with First Na tional Pictures, including Norma and Constance Tahnadge, and a whole host of other artists of world fame J. C. Jones, general manager for Australia of Selznick Pictures, who are controlling the wonderful pro ductbns such as Select, National ami Republic, is in Perth this week. Intends opening an exchange in Perth to popularise their pictures. Things will be lively soon in the picture world in Perth^ Some fine Fox films been running at Majestic lately. They are a plea sure to see- Visitors find every comfort - in ' this up-to-late picture palace. Mr- Ev J. H. Wilson, new manager, of Paramount Pictures for W.A., is right here, and can be consulted at the exchange, first floor, over Mel rose Theatre. c This gentleman is the man who greatly assisted to place Paramount Pictures in 05 pet cent, of the shows in New South Wales. Anything you need in the picture line can be got from him. He will p...
LABOR DAY SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921
UBiR DAY SPORTS Nominations are invited for the following events at the Roy al Show Grounds, Monday, May 2nd : — SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, 120 yds. ,-;Priaes: 1st, £10; 2nd, £3/10/-; 3rd, :.'? £1/10/-. Nomination 3/-, Accep rcetance 1/6. VHANBICAPi 220 yards. Prizes: 1st, ; £6; 2nd, £2; 3rd, £1. Nomination ~2/-, acceptance 1/-. Run under - W-A. Athletic League ^conditions. . Nominations close with the under signed, or Mr. C. Head, 199 Mur ray-st., on Friday, 22nd inst CYCLING HANDICAP, one mile. * Nomination 1/6, acceptance 1/-. Under League of Wheelman con ? dftions. Entries close' With Mr. ..^.Cooper, Secretary of the League, iWaylen-st., Guikiford, on Friday, 22nd inst. CYCLING HANDICAP, 2 miles. 'Under the conditions of the Pertn Amateur Cycling Club. Prizes: Trophies valued £3, £2, £1. En tries dose with Mr. D. Hill, Sports Club, Viking House, on the 22nd -inst-, BOXING TOURNAMENT, Ama * teurs «nder '11 stone. -First prize, - S; 2nd, £3.' Entries, 2J/6. PUBLIC SCHOOLS RELAY : RACES -...
FREMANTLE PICTURE SHOWS Majestic. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921
HtEM&NTtt WdBRE SHOWS Majwstie. The 'Majestic is showing Shirley Mason in a -fine circus drama, 'Her Elephant Man?' a William Fox pro duction; together with a Sunshine comedy and another popular Mutt and Jeff cartoon Wednesday s bill contains Billie Rhodes in 'The lion and the Lamb,' and Tom Moore in 'Toby's Bow.' The house still keeps its popularity in the very capable hands of Mr. Home Brown. Palladium. The current bill at the Palladium is headed by 'The World and His Wife,' a Paramount Artcraft, with Alma Reubens and Montague Love in the lead. (It is a stirring rom ance of old Spain, and pulses with live interest. It is booked to run for a week. A big feature of this popular Port house is its Saturday afternoon rnatineee, where the management caters specially for the children, at the nominal charge of threepence, with one of the finest children's pro grammes shown in the Common wealth. On Wednesday night the first or the great Universal productions will be shown, entitled...
Belmont Bangs [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921
Belmont Bangs (By 'Solon.') . Oh, those motor hogs, who's got a gun. A mile in 68 seconds : last week, just as the sun went down Pull up, -Em. * Mr. Commissioner, we want your special men out here for -a week or two; you would get enough in fines to complete Cocky Rob's bridge this summer. . Mr. Hayes, Canning and He&e*w» Vale secretary, we hear you are about to erect shelters on Canning Park and Helena Vale tLegers. No- before they are required, either; but still they will pay you. Leger ites deserve some consideration. But as long as you expect them to go without shelter, so long will the majority stay in town and do street and shop betting. What about a lid on that, Leger stand at Can ning; also at the Vale. In a couple of weeks' i time ^e will see three blokes settle down to work again; already they are prac tising rolling up their shirt sleeves and getting' into a violent rage, like Black Goose George, does. ' They will have the scoundrel, if they die in the attempt. It...
Characteristic Fashions [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921
Ckfradteri&ic Fa$uons ~ ?\\j *m*m '?*- The crochet hook supplies the most elegant finishes for a jumper de luxe. Jersey cloth just demands these little motifs of handcraf ted wool One of the most striking features in the new season's frocks is the use that is made of embroidery. The variety is great for they may be embroidered in silk, wool, braid, or chenille. Separate motifs are also a favourite medium for trim ming and are embroidered in solid satin stitch, or eyelets, or both com bined. Extreme license is permit ted as to the amount used, for a frock may merely show narrow bands as borderings or it may be made with an underdress of em broidered material as in the cos tume shown in the right of the il lustration. Putting the question of embroider ed effects on one* side, we come to fur as a trimming. This, too, will be much seen, especially in the coats and skirts where it will be used for collars or bandings- Coat-irocks and one-piece dresses, too, may*avail themselves o...
Paten as Paten Can [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921
Paten as Paten 6ai And never mind how big the stitches are! Indeed, in most cases the itigger the better . . . and the brighter, the gayer they are, better still! Wool, string, metal cord, ribbon . . . anything will do! This might also be called 'Recipes for the Confection of Cute Curtains and Jolly Jumpers!' First decide which of your last year's^ — or the year before that — frocks you will cut up- A decision to be made regretfully . . . with many pangs! There is always something heroic, despairful, and sacrificial about tha chopping up of even the oldest frock. It is far pleasanter to give them away or to keep them hanging, sweet-scented souvenirs of past joys — and perhaps, alas* sorrows— in one's dress, closet. It must be so delightful to lay aside one's prettiest frocks with the sweet thought that they, may some day, in the dim and far-away future, gladden the heart of the * golden haired child of the child 'who is yet to be born ... ? That some day a little unknown granddaught...
Any Husband to His Wife [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921
Any Husbajid to h;s Wife (By Eleanor Young Elliott). You ask me why I only -call you 'Dear' Of all caressing terms fond lovers use; You ask why this, whichever greets your ear, Chances to be the one I always choose. You are so dear to me, my More Than-Life You dearer get as golden moments flee; As sweetheart you were dear indeed; as wife You're dearer than I ever dreamed you'd be. Last night I stopped to buy you silken hose; In time long past I bought them by the box; Last night a single filmy pair I chose; They set me back exactly seven rocks! Your newest hat is charming, I ad mit — A fitting frame for your most lovely face; The fact I paid just forty bucks for it Does not detract an atom from its grace. Your tailored suits, your furs, the negligee In which you look so kissable and sweet. Your gloves, vour pretty frocks, your lingerie, And not to mention things you love to eat — But emphasise the reasons that I bring To prove why that endearment seems to be The sum of all your grac...
A Little Story from Real Life "MOTHER." [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921
A Little Story from Real Life 'MOTHER.' (By 'A Northern Woman). 'The body of an unknown man - was found in the bush near Gunn yong. Station, to-lay.' This notice, appearing in the local paper, attracted very little atten tion. No one was missing; a few wonaerea who ne might be; the ma jority forgot is as soon as read. The police ordered the burial, and the incident was closed. There were no letters, no clue whatever to the identity of the de ceased. He had no belongings of any value, so they carried back no thing, save a faded old photograph found in a leather case inside his shirt, jit was the portrait of an old lady, with gentle kindly face, ami eyes that smiled charmingly in spite of the rough passing of years. Across the back was written but one word, 'Mother,' That it had been constanly handled was evident from its worn edges. Now it was hidden in a police office. Away in a quiet little country town a dear old lady sat knitting in the gathering twilight. She loved this hour, fo...
MAGAZINE PAGE DIVERSIFIED READING FOR EVERYBODY The Daughter of a Princes and a character Sketch of the Prince [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921
[?] DIVERSIFIED ~ B&ffljSgBM ...... .- wo* EvgRvpagwi Pfefc ~3-augl)Ur 6f a princess Kand -t Character Sketch of Hje Iprince George II. was succeeded by his ? grandson, who became George III, and nobly vindicated the claims of luVhouse. to distinction by adding, : insanitjr to its record. His father, - tiie/eldest ;aoi% of George EL, was Fredrick Ixmbs, a young man . whose anxiety to seat himself on the throne led to such follies as the ap ~ pqBXtment of a ministry and Hie 'TffHS^c of' financial dispositions I Sethis father still lived, but who 'i '' His life was such a .monotonous r record of follies and vices that the ' only sorrow expressed on his death was that it was not his brother, the Duke of Cumberland, and butcher of 'Colloden. A^hallad, written by an ^anonymous author by ' way of epi taph, had a great vogue at the ' period: '?, Here lies Pred., Who was alive and is dead: Had it been his father, 1 had much rather; Had it been Us brother, Still better than another; ...
Gloom (The after effects of a wet week-end spent in reading modern literature). [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921
(Bloom (The after effects of a wet week-end spent in reading modern literature). lit is now two hours and a half since 1 threw, my wife out of the window, and she has not come back yet. I cannot understand this. It is not as though she had far to come. Our flat is only on the third floor: And there is a lift. But she has not returned. Strange, is it not? Can she be annoyed with me? No, no. It is unthinkable . We had no quarrel. I merely threw her out of the window because I did not like the colour of her blouse. It it not like her to stay away so long. dt was a yellow blouse. I do not like yellow. It hurts my artistic soul. And I am particular about my soul. So I threw her out or the window. But she has not re turned. I cannot understand this. What can be -keeping her? I do not know. Ah! Life is like that. We are blind men groping in dark ness. We never know. Not one of us ever knows. No. How hot it is. And my cigar ette has gone out. Why, I wonder. Did I forget to keep it aUght? If...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921
SUBSCRIBE TO 'THE MIRROR.' FOR BEST JOINTS AND CUTS Try P.H.JAMES Family Butcner, 51 CLAISEBROOK ROAD, EAST PERTH. Call or Ring Tel. A2025. PADDY MURRAY THE MAN OF RENOWN. DINING and TEAROOMS, 110 HIGH-ST., FREMANTLE. Tbe Best Place in Fremantle for lees, Spiders, and all Sort Drinks. Try 'RENOWN' Tea, l/- per 1b. DINE WHERE? WHY, AT STRAND CAFE HAY-STREET. (Under Vice-Regal Patronage). Appointments Tboroogbly Up-to-date. Renovated Tbrougbout. Sole Agents tor tbe Famous BELLINGER RIVER OYSTERS. The ARCADE STUDIOS (Established 20 Years). 'The Picture Framers, Photographers, And Photo Enlargers of tbe West.' CENTRAL ARCADE, PERTH (Opp. Railway Station). F. W. Swalne, Proprietor. You get a Good Grill or Three Course Meal at SYONEY CAFE. Finest or Flsb and Fowl. Sydney Rock and Bellenger Oysters. PHALANGAS, BARRACK-STREET (now Hay-street). CYCLE AND MOTOR SPECIALISTS. THORNTON BROS. Petrol and Oil Supplied. Repairs, Overhauls. Enamelling- and Pitting Done. 487 BEAUFORT-STREET, PERTH.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921
SEND YOUR ORDERS FOR THE BEST IN FRUIT, PRODUCE, AND PROVISIONS TO F. DAVIES (Late Silbert and Sharp) 101 JAMES-STBEET. WHOLESALE ONLY. ? Telephone, A3730. ? j.j.SNiaacss) Barrack and Murray Streets The Clothier and Outfitter. Everything in MEN'S WEAR in Stock from a Bootlace* to an Overcoat.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921
n your need FURNITURE. CROCKERY, HOUSEHOLD FUR NISHINGS, Men, and Boys' SUITS, Ladies' DUST COATS, eta, A. Macrow & Sons Pty. Ltd. 1 THE EASY TERMS PEOPLE. Can Supply Ton Satisfactorily. Terms: 4s* in the £1 Deposit. ^JSjTeekly Paysmt* 4eeordinf to Value of Purchases. .' ? ? ? ?- . ' ? o ? ' Note Adflnssw: m HAY-STBEET, PERTH; 77 MABKET STBEET, FBEMAHTLE; XALGOOBLXE, BOULDER. Agents at MOBTSAM and YOBS. FURNITURE FACTORY, 13 FXTZ GEBALD-8TBBET. ?Pboacv 43540. Perth; B782, Fmnantle. * THE PLAYGROUND OF THE WEST 18 POINT WALTER j THE HUB OF POINT WALTER IS ;C KELLY'S TEA, GARDENS. v Refreshments: Music. Dancing. '.. For Comfort, Strength, Reliability, The I ISTO3NT ? SAG -?; Bedsteads, Mattresses, Stretchers, Wire-seated Deck and Verandah ??'; '-' *?: Chairs are easily the best. '-:?? j, Bunt to Your Own Older or Design. ? We Rewire and Repair any class of make.-419 HAY-ST., SUBIACO. i- I* Call and Inspect. ? |4y:; ???'-.? ??— mmmm ' '
Printers' Pie [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921
Printers' Hiiii Pars, appearing in Printer's Pie are not the result of tremendous mental gymnasrics. They are t»t tha+ have been scribbled down from time to time from motives similar to those that animate a man when he leans over tie rail of a ship. He is not interested in pisciculture, and he has no grudge against the ocean, but he simply feels that he has something he ? must give up. . When a woman lifts her skirts men peep. That's curiosity. If they continue to stare if s deter mination. We have heard of a beastly hum ourless candidate for political hon ours. He addressed the inmates of the Old Men's Home on the iniquity of the Income Tax. The reason a 'good' woman is so piteously hard on the 'bad' one is that she unconsciously rebels against the privations entailed upon her by being good. 'West' headline: 'Bore at Os bome Park.' There's half a dozen that habituate 'The Mirror' office— 'speshly when the -Editor's busy. If the' W-S. and Sewerage Department want 'em, it can have 'e...
Woman HER FANCIES and FADS The Jumper Girl Knit-Wear Jumpers and Overblouses Cracker for Trimming [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921
^Sl/^iTf : A ri HER FA^IBs===^==fl ?piie JumJ-er Gtrl ggy JLmt^Wear J«»j^«l* ««4 OvertlouM* '^:1''^.: . Chndtai for Trimming '?:.: „-. '^Fh&'itiritiwiT* ambition of girls who w ixinsider their chiffons seriously is ?y: tp; evolve a jtanper or. over blouse '; iwiiich can atoduce an original note. ' Jv/-:^^ prctolaiiis a much more strenu :-- ous jone than appears at nrst blush. rC '^Bpetgners '/so far seem to have seiz jjj--^Sff'-iJo every possible idea, and all i rfciiKb of fabrics ami notions are 0&B& . ? ?;C? :i-i^e original plainly-knitted jump fc; '~C-er: is almost a tiling of the past, S^-jfEfcras the dolman was the proto f??- && of , tie rather wonderful wraps si';; '^feieb are seen nowadays. The ^: evolution of, the knitted garments -:- of utility has produced beautiful ¥ifi incidentals, and even where knitting ?^JT needles and some yarn are the nie ^ - dram, the effect is all that could be gj;:,iWmi. ... j: v r^ihe Australian girl uses ...
And Eve Said Unto Adam [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921
fAnd Eve Said Unto Adam J ,;S%s..P. HiUbrick, of Fremantle, is Salting a health trip in the East, and israt present in the western district ;-rf Victoria. 'Percy is still carrying on the good work on the wharf. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Dyer (Miss J H^Doust) left on Saturday- morning for Ifceir home at Kellerberrin^\ Mrs. F. A. Baglin and Miss Baglin :; are holidaying down at Albany foi (r; ;» few weeks Mr. Edwin Rose, M.L.C., of Bun z bury., and his wife, have been en ? - Joying the gay round of the city for ' the past week. I Social Notes for insertion under this heading' invited, and must reach this office by noon on Fri day,: and must be authorised. ; Mr. E. A. Bfoin, the Civil Ser : vants' champion, is bact like a giant refreshed frpm a week end at the Birthplace. Mrs. Simpson is back in Perth froru a holiday in the Sou*- West, where she h.as been staying with Mrs. Noel Brazier, of Capeldene. '-. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Robinson are hack in town from, their summer vacation at Albany. Vis...