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A Deduction [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

A DtfuetlM ft 'li': -Let us see what follows from this: 1. Last Sunday tlie 'Sunday Times' expressed the view that we would all be prepared to shed blood —both the other fellow's and ours — -rather than allow Indians into Aus tralia. 2. The little reading of the 'Stuv day Times'' which I indulge in also indicates that the 'Sunday Times' is prepared to advocate that a non Imperialist be shot out of hand. 3. But India is referred to as 'the brightest jewel iii^the imperial dia dem,' meaning that India is a part jf the Empire. 4. We have arranged an Imperial Conference, at which India is to press for the right of free entry into all parts of the Empire. 5. Suppose that England*s interests (or J- P. Morgans' interests acting through England — see Wednesday's 'West Australian') require that In dians shall have the right of entry, arc we to support the Empire as the 'Sunday Time*;' requires, or are we to repel the dastardly invaders with all 'oar force as the 'Sunday Times' requires? That...

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

Rom im Edit 'S.': The political 'mouth Organs'' whp boosted the war as a happening to save the world for Democracy, are stepping down' from their 'formet niches in the temple of Jingoism and are climbing into more attractively adorned seats where they may re ceive boquets more easilv and bow their thanks more graciously. The glamour or rounding up men m the highways and' byways of city, town, and village, and inspiring them with patriotic fervour to go out and fifht and bleed and die that Liberty might not be sent screechn.v from our be loved land at the point of a German bayonet, and that our kith and kin and theirs should not be subjected to the lust of Teuton brutes and worse has passed just as the wonder ful pleasure of a debutante's firs.t ball Khaki-dad maid and matron no longer buttonhole 'HligiblesI' or hunt their white minor minorcas for fea thers to pass to 'slackers.'- The charming pastime of recruit ing for them is over. They did 'their bit' for King and Country, and hav...

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

[?] Surely to heaven something caii |je done to cover Perth's verandahs with dece-it leak-proof veratt&fcs. The right-of-ways tftould be coveted with a standard pattern roof . Savoy mixologist, George Brown, is going strong on hot toddy. Tom and Jerry, and other favorite winter Uds. But just try his new yie, 'The Bunderirarry.' It is a snodge. ~ The *Teserve fund of the.; Swan Brewery -Company is now £196,000. Almost the fifth of a million, Bfess ings on your heart' You brew good ale— and pay fat dividends. Looking in splendid trim after a business-cum-holiday 'trip to the' Harbour City— Journalist R. Clajke Spear, of the 'Golden West.' .^T,*' Did you hear Sir Waiiatn; LatJi lain make that slip at Hie big 'I*oy- alty' meeting the other night.' We did, and lots of otbers did,vtoo. He said '?Liberal' League instead of 'Loyalty,' but quickly corrected himself. Anyhow, it means the same thing, doesn't it? The City Engineer came in for some caust-x remarks last Monday from Barrac...

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

[?] Passion is better than hypocrisy. A inan is worth what lie gets, for the simple, but ^excellent reason, that he gets it. A man without a few saving vices is like lingerie without lace — d- ? d prosaic Boneheads are welcome, in social circles; they never make the others feel like idiots. The girl that won't bje kissed until after she's married -forgoes a lot -of joy for a dubious principle. . Who travels for money ends as a Vagabond, but whoso travels for education becomes a philosopher. A woman can ridicule iypur pleas, mock at your threats, and' defy your force ;' but «he has no defence again st your indifference. Nobody likeu that 'fujtoace-tbroat, sore-head, nervous-wreck sensation. But, cheer up; the worse your head in the morning, the jofller the. iime you must have 'had last night. We seldom realise how. easily we can be done -without. One day you are indispensible; the next you are gone, and some one else is doing your work. Next week you are for gotten. First Boy: 'JI sa...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Knighthood or NOthing Story of Young Man's Life Struggles In Three Episodes Episode I. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

ftiifUtttl ©r WpHi UfcSlnisifes M TtnTSlMMCS (By Somnambulist.) Episoae X. The scene is the portcullis of a Mount-street mansion. Time, June 21, 830 p.m., 1921. A blithered youth has been flung out of the home by an irate father. 'Never darken my doors again,'' hisses the father, in a hoarse voice, whilst ? a grey-haired weeping; mother's form may be seen hanging neavity upon a pair or dark red cur tains in the hall. 'How dare you?' continues the old man; 'how dare you come home here at the age of nineteen years reeking of cigarettes and beer? When you have made good, you may come and visit me. Here is half-a-crown. Start your own life.' 'Father,' pleads the sobbing youth, 'have me'rev. upon me. 1 did not know that^ I was doing wrong. You have done little for me so far; do this for ^ once — forgive, me.' 'Done nothing for you! Done nothing for you! ! You — you— in- grate! Did I hot sign your military service papers when you were un der age? Did I not allow you to go to the great war...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
How Customs Originated Offering the Hand. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

mmmtmm Oflerinr theHanS. _« fK' When a man offers life tight tonal to. an accomplice he 4s imw%; sctously imitating ihe cavalier - =« '; the ^middle ages, whoi^ld'ouV2&3ifcv armed hand as token~ihat ^sfmSc&~ was sheathed, and -thatiniwaS^- fe j friend -and not enemy. When he re- - moves Shis jgHwe to «hake a. Ia4y%^ hand he is 4ogpin the knight _of laid who would never xpffieifja iadyva-co- ~ veredhand. ' lifting the Hat - ^ A knight,, when he Entered a castle hall, always -bSed Ate helmet, the most yitaTjjart of £is%annoufc,\das ' evidence to his hostrj&t hi^ae in peace, just jb the man fit' |*£day would never jdream of entering - 'ttT~ diawuig^«-ojn.wiJ3iirifi1iat*». ^Jnst , as the mediaeval baron ^wotdd raise his hand to his Jretofct as -an indtca^L tion that he^was xeady to. tinheim ~ out of politeness, Ms fst5cfeadan.t~-©f ' ,to-day touches qr^nuBesliis hat. The 0» of The Haifa . At our meals %e are similarly link ed wifiithe ionjfeone' ;pastr iTfie* kni...

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

??? : ; Wtte;-^ \ «OBK. Some or tue rose varleUej pr-jducing fldwers or most' perfect' torm we not or much value to.tbe ordinary gar dener. Many may be regarded asjrarejy exhibition roses, producing compare- : lively few blooms in tbe season, weak in constitution, or requiring special at tention. Fortunately, we now nave, in cultivation a' Dwfe number of Unds va luable for Ipeneral purposes, as weU %s . for exhibition. *u*rttie foUowing wlUJbe found mainly snow 4types: — Mrs. tHeo- ; doi-c Roosevelt, Edgar 'U. Burnett, Mrs. - Charles Russell. Yvonne. Vacberot.-'iran Holer Mrs. Edward Mawley. Mrs. R.D.. ? M'Lure; RobeEtDuncan (ttp..),: .Bear -?-- trice, William Snean, KUlaroe}'. suuWJie pale flush i»Iote;Tffis.JFoleiKft-bbs, IBs. :: Mjies Kennedy, and iMrS. Fraflain Ben- t nison. ' Uqder ,reaUy,:M-od ^cpndiiions of soil, Mrs; 3*eoftore igiQseTelt Jjipa 5; Edgar *.rBwt»tt-w|Il^ww sattetaefpr- ; ily, ana ov«y *ftom «^ll?be -jpt Uigb ff qaalitjf - De*n Hole andiKfliarney -jMe ^. : qalte...

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 — 28 May 1921

pitots, Footlights, Mays mdlPlmyMM -£- Thcatrteafiaiis *& CONDUCTED BY 'ALLAN' Film Phases and Facts *? ''Peter Brooks arrives next week i.i^Wbea Ernie ^Parkes strikes fonn *t the Shaftesbury, he takes some ; beafiae. He struck it last week. 'Dan Weidou, who was across .here mtk Hugh Huxbani's 'Serenaders,' t^ws; -irate the1 latest severed bis con r boston with Huxham, and is at pre Ifittion the Musgrove bill at the lilaboiwne TivoK. /Hilda McMurtne and Fred Milton iKin&tSe an initial bow at the Shaftes* f- ^way on Friday evening. . They '?'^xxmB 'here with a- las reputation, ?v Usiich, if ttjph&d, will mean that v they are 'some 'performers!'* ; Hats off to Louie Bennett am} ' Lvy O'Loughlin for {heir little danc ! '-.-.:-isg contribution to last week's vast ?.-? dew&e bfll at the Shaftesbury The .: jitxe. ft was a tasty morsel of an - ^entertaining dish. More, please. X' *V-' * ' ' - .? ' .' — «-— - ?? v?. A daughter of the late Harry Ric 'Scards di...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Los Angeles Letter Los Angeles, March 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

oir its Anfeies letter — a — (Exclusive to 'The Mirror'') Los Angeles. March 3rd. At time of writing, movie gossips or this city nave unearthed a big film scan dal, which vitally concerns the Trianglt, Film Company. Harry e. Aitkin and Roy E. AiOtin, two of toe biggest direc tors in the concern, have been presented with legal documents calling for an ex planation of their handling of the cor poration's funds. . Therefore, it is un likely that you will bear much from the Triangle studios until a new era sets in. The latest to successfully leave me Divorce Court is Ruth Stonebouse. She claims to have kept her hubby For three years, until he flnaliy deserted her to live in a- hotel, so as he would be able to fiave his meals served in bed. Sylvia Breamer, the Australian situ ? ictress, has signed up to play against CVill Rogers. She has just concluded -a ong contract with Syd. Franklin. Note. - —This deals tbe 'knock-out' to the '- juery, 'Are Film Idols Visiting Aussie,' published in t...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

1 WHERE TO BUY AND SELL PROPERTY Invest Your Money on First Mort C*(o, «rt reap the benefit or High Cnr rtat Kates of Interest. : We mb And ? soluble security for SO AD DAN BROS. nNmcML AfiEirra, M ST. GKOMK'8 TCTWICE, PERTH. DQ YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL HOUSES AHD LAHD? - P. D. CLUNE, . Steond floor, AJ^JP. Bnildings. Will fix matter satisfactorily. Tel A5217. DOV'T QBQUSS ABOUT IJLHI-I.OIU-8 SB OH2— TOUB OWV. . At West Perth, within easy walking distance, we have a Neat Brick Cottage of four rooms, bathroom, washhouse (copper, W.T.)' sewered .(paid), electric light, etc., in fact a neat convnient house. PRICE, £525— with, say, £75 deposit, and 25/ weekly (inclusive). WHY BE A RENT SLAVE? FOB FREEDOM SEE i HICKEY & SON, 89 ARCADE, Opposite TOWN HALL, CITY. jf AbeenUe Estates Carefully and Effectively Managed. Mortgages . . ' CliM^ly and Quickly Arranged from £60 Upwards. A. N. GEERE & SON HOUSE, LAND, ANDESTATE AGENTS. I .* Established 1896. * MITCHELL'S BUILDINGS, 14...

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At Perth Oval To-day [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

At PertH Oval To-day ^ — „ __ __ Block by Ait Engravers. Photo, by C McKiniay. Stooke watches an exciting tussle for tlie sphere. Matson shepherds his mate, whilst Menzies uses hie weight.

Publication Title: Mirror
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THE MIRROR MAY 28, 1921. Loyalty—What is It? [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

MAY 28, 1821. L«!llli-Wmi is It ? in this/ the newsaper age, mankind is in the main the slave of words. Spellbinders such as Mr. Lloyd George and Mr. Hughes, who have long since learned this, coign a few choice phrases for the enslave ment of the many. These phrases are published throughout the land, and applauded and revered ' by the common people. It therefore becomes necessary for those who aspire to follow freedom's light to first of allclear the voca bulary of phrases and of words, which, however full of sound ana theory they may be, mean nothing. Consider, for example, that beau tiful phrases of Mr- Lloyd George's, 'Selfdetermination for Small Na tions.' It is a noble conception if it means anything, but 'the value of it lies in the application of it.' Any member of the Loyalty League ? will agree that it means Belgium . is to do as she pleases, but applying it to Alsace and1 Lorraine it means they shall do as France wills without a plebiscite. Applied to Silesia it means that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

I THE HOST COMMODIOUS HOTEL IN FBKMAHTLK. ORIENT HOTEL. 40 BEDROOMS. LARGE DINING-ROOM 6 AND LOUNGES. Tel. 688. FOB RELIABLE, ECONOMICAL, and PAINLESS DENTISTRY, DENTIST: MASSEY CROSSE. the HYGIENIC DENTAL INSTITUR 134 BARRACK STREET DO NOT CONFUSE OUR PREMISES WITH OTHERS CLOSE BY.

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DINKUM AUSSIE AN AMUSING GATHERING GRAND CRAWL-DOWN BY WALTER SHAMES [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

PINKUM AUSjP^ AN AMOSINfi 6ATI HE.' CRANt CIAWL-MWN BY «MTK SHUUS 'M.': A mingled crowd of soolers' and sightseers filled His Majesty's Theatre last Tuesday night, the oc casion being the launching of a new alias of now much discredited 'Na- tionalism.' Of course the prompters of the (love child) declare it to be 'non-party and non-sectarian,' but the public knows perfectly well that ? a stunt begotten of the dregs of Pro testant Federationism, and sponsor ed by every derelict party hack in Perth is no more lucely to be free from party or sectarian spleen than 'The v Mirror' is to support W. M. Hughes at the next elections. But out £oyalt yfriends appeared in chastened mood on Hempiah night. The 'keynote of the whole show was — nervousness. Despite the fact that the whole theatre was honeycombed vrith platocns of undinkum rhuck ers-out — who went even so far as to eject a V.C. for putting an inoffen sive query — the whole gang betrayed an overwrought condition of nervy jerks, as tho...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Who won the war ? [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

Wo w«h the w«r ? 'M.': So says the London 'Daily Express'': — 'The most striking para dox of the whole war is that the de feated emerge industrial victors. The folly of demanding cash instead of material payments in order to meet which German}' must export double the aggregate of the pre-war exports of Germany and Britain combined. is sinking slowly into the minds of business men.' \ cs. business Men. Un, these business men! Very slow, aren't they? Long before the war finished tin* 'Visionr.rips.' 'Peace Prattlers,'' 'Traitors.' 'Disloyalists,' etc.. etc.. all declared that the indemnitv howl was not only vicious, but absurd. They pointed out — vide 'Westralian Worker' 'Australian Worker.' and other Labour papers — that 'if we compel Germany to pay the cost of the war, we must needs compel her to embark in industry to an extent she has never done before. If she must pay thousands of millions of pounds per annum to her conquerors she must find the money to do it, and she can only fin...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

? ? WEEK'S FEATURE AMUSEMENTS FIRST HALF OF WEEK. PaUadium.— 'Go, Get It,' all star Cast (Marshall Neilan Film). Majestic — 'The Loves of Letty,' starring Pauline Frederick (Screenart Film). Theatre Royal. — 'What Women Love,' starring Annette Kellerman (First National Film). Grand. — 'Old Wives for New,** starring Elliot Dexter (Param'nt Royalty Film). Pavilion.— 'Princess Jones,' starring Alice Calhoun (Vitagraph Film). SECOND HALF OF WEEK. Theatre Royal. — What Women Love,' starring Annette Kellerman (First Na tional Film). Majeetic^-'A Manhattan Knight,' starring George Walsh -Fox Film). Grand. — 'Old Wives for New,' starring Elliot Dexter (Param't Royalty Film). Pavilion. — 'Dare-Devil Cracksman,' staring Mantes Mulhall (Universal Film). Palladium. — 'Fighting Cressy ,n starring Blanche Sweet (Hampton-PatheFilm). THE STAGE. His Majesty's Theatre. — Coming Saturday, June 11, J. C. Williamson Ltd. Musi cal Comedy Co., in 'Irene.' Shaftesbury. — Peter Brooks Amusement Co. in Revue...

Publication Title: Mirror
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CHARLIE RAY A DIRECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

CHARLIE RAY A OIRECTOR. By tbe latest American mail came the news from our Los Angeles correspon dent that everybody's lavourite, Cnarlie Ray, had at last attained the heights oi directorship. Most of our readers will be sorry to bear this, for altbougb it means a big step for Charlie, it probably means to us that the wouderrul Ray 'expression' will cease to entertain us on the films. Tbe local Paramount people are or the opinion that Charlie will continue -*to act as well as pro duce. Let us hope so. There are still about eight Ray productions to come pertnwards, including 'A Village Sleuth' and 'An Old Fashioned Boy,' which arrive within tbe next few weeks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

Swan and Union Ale on Draught. Goldfields Club Hotel CR. PIEH and WELLINGTON STS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

\ fk WILLIAM FOXf; f% I ishUPER PRODUCTIONS U I 'SALOME' \ !| . ? EIGHT REELS. \ | j Now Playing to Capacity Houses at MAJESTIC THEATRE | !; 6600 FLAYEES WERE ENGAGED IN THIS SUPER PICTURE. ** | \ BOO ARTISANS ALONE- WERE EMPLOYED IN BUILDING A. REPRODUCTION OF THE 5 jf. ANCIENT CITY OF JERUSALEM. $ | #00,000 FEET OF LUMBER WERE CONSUMED. | I Nearly an entire Managerie was required for local colour; 44 Camels, 2,500 Horses, 25 Donkeys, 20 5| 5 Elephants; Goats, Sheep, Bullocks, Oxen, Dogs, Cats, Parrots, Doves, and Peacocks- S %— ? : ? : ? 1 j 'Tie Face at Yoir Window' j: SIX REELS. g | TO BE RELEASED, JUNE 22nd 1 * s { A STUPENDOUS DRAMATIC PRODUCTION BY MAX MARGIN, AUTHOR OF 'CHEATING » S CHEATERS,' 'EYES OF VOUTH,' 'THE HOUSE OF GLASS,' AND OTHER STAGE' SUC- $ 4 CESSES. » | j ? § i Not to bo Confused with Other Productions of a Similar Title | \ This is a WILLIAM FOX Production by the Master Playwright | [ MAX MARCIN ' | F 'CHECKERS' j !; The Greatest Racing Story in the World | ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

Direction: J. C. VntkaxaBoa Jj6g$. J -|f Manager: ? Jack«W«tfk ^% MOHDAT. „ ^ ^11 PAULINE FREDERICK H \j ' ^S, in ,'-¥-V;*.^$ IWttves«w(| v^ , Also TWReel- * * '^ f?l TOM MX \ ;vjj Cowboy Drama, '?'*# ' ? ' ' :v - d$ n WEDNESDAY. '- - - 1 GEORGE WALSH „ , ^jj Plays the Herd in ^ ''? *t* Also GLADYS BROCKWELL in fi3 THE MOttHBBHDF HJ5&' - -^'d flEaLDRKXr.' H^**k ? ^

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