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Crinolines [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921

CrizioUnes 'The Jester-:- , ' -'-ifeS Personally I decline to credit &piZd rum&ur, but f&e* X don't vsct^bttfS*:, leve it, I confess, and tfcat goes3^i,_J^| long way towards Inculcating seeps^^ tirism. My paper jnayfSsate «6^||| that girls are actually wearing enffl^ ^1 tines and that, what is more, Jfiep' # intend to continue 4o .do bo, t-«fc-J1l ., '9 vill have none of it£ Itmve *&eaJ ^ cone, cud I dedinMa3-e!&& they*, -1 can exist or ever will esfet. „ ' x Modern girlhood! relnses fb !Sep*fib bed, cabined or confuted, br -«is£ X don't know anythinVabout it. Jti»&t, only lejoices in shift- skirts hecftpge . they give pretty views of xueely tounded silk-clad limbs. *t J»joice£ in the freedom that the jmJcL skirts --- give, quite irrespective sf the trnde- ~ niable blessings they aie vcuchsal- ^ ing to ycung mankind. £ Arid freedom to the tredern girl '' is the .breath of life to 3b»r. $&ke . ? away her freedom arid you...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Homily for the Housewife Feed the Brute! Appetite Appeasers [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921

Homtly for tke Housewife Feed tke Brute ! appetite rfppmasmrs To Cure a BoiL— The skin of a boiled egg is the best remedy for a boil. Carefully peel it. wet, and apply to the boil; it draws out the matter, and relieves the soreness. Caring for Shoes.— After taking off her wet shoes, she packed them care fully with paper. This absorbed the dampness of the inside lining, and acted1 as a tree to ksep the shoes in shade. She never dried her shoes before the fire, as this is apt to crack the threads and soles. A Sergica! Operation. — To make a tired-looking blue serge suit quite fresh again, try this plan: If pos sible lay it over an ironing-board or else a table. Dip a soft brush in a lather of mild curd soap and water, and .go over a piece at a time of the serge; have a sponge ready in a basin of clear, -warm water, squeeze, out the sponge and remove every trace of the soapiness with it until all the serge has been treated. Change the cleaning water more than once. Whilst -stili damp, ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921

KINDRED AILMENTS. HERBS FOJl ALL TROUBLES AT WARDS 86 ABERDEEN-STREET. Mrs. Want Attends to Ladle*. Scores or Rcrerencss. ' ! ..THE LATEST IN COSTUMESV. fiom - MISS M. HARBIBON, : /TD'Mmak« aod OoBtaBdew. tLate of Royal Arcade and Kal goorlie). 40 BEAUFOET-STBEET. ^1r ^lstoa's Furniture Sh«p.) ¥%£%**? One open iMiconles; «wa £?££ J£ earaen and lawn seats; toe mPJ*05}^' f?e8h **? M* convent LADIES ONLY. You Want Wavy Hair? Well Trv WAVE ENA. «Wc A\- ljt**tos demists and btores, or direct from Sole Agent: AUSTRAL SUPPLY DEPOT. *P Royal Arcade Perth. Under Distinguished Royal Patronage. The Arcade Studios (Established 20 Years). 'The Picture Framers, Photo graphers and PWo En^. gers of the West-' i^~^ii F. C. SWAINE, Proprietor. Central Arcade (Opp. Railway Station). Beauty is the source of feminine power. YOU can be beautiful and fascinating also, if you consult the Experienced Spe- ' ciahsts at the OHAPPE TOILET SALOON. Th£ ver£ Iatest J11 appliance. Most Exclusive in Perth. nwe^nun'...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
KEEP YOUR HOLD ON YOUTH [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921

KEEP YOUR HOLD ON YOUTH Into the noonday of life carry the glory of your youth- The leaping pulse of perfect health, the beauty of yesteryear can still be yours. Pycrrhea, which afflicts so many over forty, will pass y.ou by. In its blighting touch, Pyorrhea is akin to age. Its infecting germs de plete vitality. They cause the gums to recede, and the teeth to loosen. Take care that this enemy of health and beauty does not become established in YOUR MOUTH. Watch for it. Visit fyour dentist often for tooth and gum inspection. If you have tender or bleeding gums (the first symptom of Pyor rhea) use Forhan's for the Gums. Forhan's for the Gums will pre vent Pyohhrea— or check its pro gress if used in time and used con sistently. Forhan's keeps the gums firm and healthy— the teeth white and clean. HOW TO USE FORHAN'S ? Use it twice daily, year in and year out- Wet your brush in cold* water, place a half-inch of the re freshing healing paste on it, then brush your teeth UP AND DOWN. Use a...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921

Sold Everywhere Price 2/-, Large size 3/6 Australasian Agents: SHELDON DRUO CO., LTD 131-5 CLARENCE-STREET, BYONEV. FORHAN C0..NEW YORK Proprietors. R)rfiairs FOR THE Gufet

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921

BRAHAM BROS. Fremantle DENTI STS '.'?. (By Roy D, Bratiam, L.D.S., A..O.D,. Melt*. Un). i#i 59 Market Street (over Beis ley's) Fremantle PHONE B895 TO MAKE LINOLEUM LOOK AND WEAR WELL, USE DIAMOND, Because it is not cnly the Best Polish' and Cleanser, but il actually preserves the material and gives a surface which resists dauip, dirt, and germs. The wear is on the DIAMOND, not ou the Linoleum. Nothing is the Same, nor Has the Same Anti-Septic Value. OBTAINABLE ALL STORES. DIAMOND— THE SANITARY POLISH Made in Australia.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Doris Deary Benefit [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921

Deris Hani Benefit On Sunday evening next there will be a monster entertainment at the Theatre Royal, which has been kind ly lent for the occasion by the Mus grove Enterprises. A big list of ar tistes have offered their names, de tails of which will appear in our next issue. Mr. E. L. Jacoby will have an orchestra of 15 instruments under his baton. Now, take out your notebook and reserve Sunday, June 12th, for a visit to this show. The object— well, you all know Doris Deary, one of this city's most popular artistes, who has been ap pearing before us now for a lengthy period. Doris is shortly leaving for Melbourne, and this is our chance of saying 'good-bye,' at her farewell benefit concert. You'll be there, I know.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Men and Memories [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921

Men and Memories Coolgardie Bill has retreated to the mountain fastnesses of his old camp. Pleased to note that Pere Hodg son, the well-known blind manu facturer of William-street, is now greatly improved in health. Hoddy is an expert on the bowling green, and has taken part in many inter State tourneys Mining man J- M. Crase says the mining industry in W.A. has been foully slaughtered by asinine Fed eral interference, and there is no man in Australia better qualified to express an opinion on the subject than the genial Cap'n. Death has removed from our midst an old and popular sporting identity, in the person of Mr- Joe Stewart. For upwards of twenty years he was associated with Mr. Don Curtis as his accountant and manager of the big Pier-street busi ness. When Mr. Curtis purchased the Red Castle Brewery, Mr. Stew art became secretary of the com pany, which position he held up to the time of his death. A native of Queensland, Mr. Stewart came to Western Australia in the early min i...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921

H Coming to the West shortly- To be released tbrough the tniver , sal Exchange. A percentage of the earnings will be presented to ,-the Prince of Wales Fund for 1 ; Boy Scouts. ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921

OPENING AS MOVING PICTURE . STUDIO. DEFINITELY FIXED 15th Inst. DAY AND EVENING CLASSES. Special Call for Day Pupils. *r»piy: — United Th«ati-«« and Films Ltd., Forrest Chambers, 8t. George's Terraoe.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921

NOTICE. Workers and applicants for employ ment who have had direct or Indirect enquiries made or them as to their race or nationality, are requested to communicate with the Secretary of the Swlf-DPtermlnaiion for Ireland Lfiagtic of Australia, il Royal Arcade, Perth

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921

The Grand Emporium's GREAT WINTER SALE FOR TEN DAYS ONLY This will be your opportunity of buying WINTER GOODS at tie Lowest Prices since 1914. We are marking our goods down regard less of Cost. This Sale -will be the Biggest Slaughtering of Prices yet seen in W.A. MEN'S DEPARTMENT. Gents* All Wool Tweed SUITS, tailor made, best linings, usual price, £5 10s; Our Special Sale Price, 59/6. Gent's Pure Indigo Serge .SUITS, tailor made usual price, £8 8s; Our Saie Price. 119/6. Men's TROUSERS, for hard wear, usual price, 15/G; Cur Sale Price, 10/6. Army Khaki TROUSERS, usual ly 18/6; Our Sale Price, 12 '6. Boys' Tweed KNdCKERS, lined. 6/11; White Tennis SHIRTS, with col lar and pocket; Our Special Cut Line, 4/11; worth 7/11 Gents' FASHION SHIRTS, neat stripes, double cuffs, usual price, 10/6; Our Price 6/11. Men's Oxford SHIRTS. 8/11, 9/6, 10/6. Men's Galatea SHIRTS, 6/11; worth 9/6. Men's Army Khaki SHIRTS, -jfiiial price 12/C; Our Special Cut Price 8/11. Gents' UNDERPANTS. 5/6;. ' Spec...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921

iiiiP^Kr ^ TilE SPORTS' HAIRDRESSER, tHWrt KtnTs Ifteatre, South Terrace), , ragmnXE. , „ €aa kod H«ve a Chat on Sport.: i|. BENBON - sim stores, 110 St., FKMltlC ferry tiOMs le«$ftK Bsrrac&street Jetty on stutdaya: 9.1&, -i «.m.; lib. 3» fcso, 7. ip. Point Uffdtw. — Trams from Freman tle. ? Tht Zoo. — Open all the afternoon. By ferry from Barrack-street. Government Harden*. — McMsbon'e Band. Evening. Hibernian Hall. — John Curt In (Editor 'Worker'). 'Trades Hal!.— -Cecil Owen. erand. ? 'Away Goes Prudence' (Bil lie Burks). . Princess, Fremantle. — 'Tlie Lesson' (Constance Talmidge). . , Majestic, Perttu— 'The Perfect Lov. er' (Eugene O'Brien). Majestic, FremanUe. — 'Footliglit and Shadows' (Olive Thomas). Palladium, Perth.— 'Sahara' (Louise daura). Pavilion, Perth. — ''The Pagan God' (II. B. Warner). Sttaftstbury. — .star Pictures, concert. Orchestra.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921

^^^H^ corner High 6 a^^T Packenham '?? Street ? ? SUtfrttUWtS I - ne situ ^BhI»9hHmhHmhhI

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Woman HER FANCIES and HER FADS Fantasies of Fashion Coming Fashions [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921

fUTV-v**-. n *t HER FANCIES ''?: ! W Oman and HER PAW Fantasies of Fasluon Tbere is something quite chic and Chutelng; about this little Coatee of ?-aesttnt brown cloth, set off \rttlr collar and cults, of blanket check to harmonise. The skirt is « one-piece mode gathered all round. Simplicity Ever Foremost. — A tai lored suit -iti simple liucs in putty or mole duvctyn, with embossing: of contrasting shades or wool. Coming Fashions ; fashions and what will be worn in ?; the near future 1 ISte changes are more subtle than actaaL AH give the same lmpres aoor— very little decidetb change. JTJj^Btraight narrow lineha^trium ^4*&ed cnae more, and although seve- rat of the leading Paris diners have tried- hard td tiring in a very full and decidedly short^Sdrt, the \bld shnplidty of line won, and noth ing is allowed to interfere with the 3un effect. The long casaquin bo dice,- with slight variations, will still be much in favor, with just enough deference to mark the new season's cu...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Beauty Parlor TREATMENT FOR ACNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921

Beauty Parlor TREATMENT FOB ACNE. These troublesome blemishes on the skin will yield to the right treat ment. They are but specs of dust on the tubes that run to the surface of the skin. Take warm baths in which a little ammonia is added, using a loofah rubber. When wash ing the face, use good super-fatted The little 'Pull ou' in Venetian Red draped iu straw dyed lace. soap, and a towel-washer. Use hot water last thing at night for wash ing the face, and a little good cream can be rubbed gently into the skin. Always rinse the face well, and dry on a soft Turkish towel. When very troublesome, enlarged1 pores and acne require careful dieting. Over eating of rich foods makes for greasy complexions. All Mghly-spiced dish es and alcohol should be avoided. Nor should chocolates be taken. A fruit and vegetable diet should be maintained. Spring onions, lettuce, spinach, water-cress, turnip-tops and apples are the most beneficial greens for assisting in the eradication of acne.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Really Clever Woman [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921

Tke Really Clever There are numbers of literal minded people in the world1 who are constantly asking stupid questions about the matrimonial chances of clever women, and who, in the ma jority of cases, flatly declare that men never love clever women, and that clever women do not make successful wives. The trouble with these people is that they have form ed the horrid habits of thinking of all mankind — and womankindy-in types, and, of trying to fit them into mental pigeon-holes. Thus, when the phrase 'clever women' is used, they immediately turn to the pigeon hole labelled 'Blue Stocking.' That is really a dreadful mistake, for blue stockings in the accepted sense of the term are blue cotton stock ings; and who ever heard of a really clever woman wearing any thing but silken hosiery. As for the question of men ever loving clever women, there is only one answer. Of K»urse they do, though very often they are not aw are of it themselves— of the clever ness I mean. A mere 'man cannot rea...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
And Eve Said Unto Adam [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921

j* ?? *^fc^fc*»-#---OT##O--»a#»»-#-» Wfc--#— WWWW«XW*W*^^ ——??????????? ? awwww ^. ji&iul Eve Said Unto Adam I Social Notes for insertion under this heading are invited, must reach this office by noon on Fri day, and must be authorised. Going back North for the winter Mr, and Mrs. Fred. Dempster, of the Gasooyne. Miss Violei. Peet arrived by the Katoomba for a few months' holi day in WA Albany is said to be proving at tractive to Mr. Chas. Hudson, ex M-LA. for Yflgam- t Back from a business trip East — Mr.- F. W. Baggett, of the Common wealth Steamships. ** Mr. and Mrs. M- Corbett have re turned from the East, and are 'staying at the Palace Hotel. A patient in St. George's Hospital, suffering .from an injured foot, is Mr. A. B. Ccichrana, of Kununoppin. Harrison, Mli, the parliament ary mouthpiece of Monger, has been 'made a J.P. for the whole State. His Knibbs, the Commonwealth -Statistician — now Director of Sci ence and Industry — is visiting W A. Recently returned from M...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
DINKUM AUSSIE Why Any Censorship? Let's Be Sensible [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921

DINKUM AUSSIE Why Any censorship ?     Let's Be Sensible   "Marcus":— Some of our uplift busibodies, the National Council of Women to be precise, has revived the question of censorship of pictures in this State, and our morning daily has taken up the subject in a lead- ing article, which contains about as much kick as a cooing pigeon. Nei- ther the "West" nor the Women make it quite clear what they want — possibly that is because neither of them know — but it is as well to be quite candid with these meddlers on this question of censors and censor ships. All censorships are despotic and immoral, and must necessarily be so until that unendurable monster the perfectly impartial person can be found to act as Censor, for all cen- sorships simply represent the views of one person or body of persons on the subject they are required to censor, views which rightly or wrong- ly they force despotically on to the public. F'rinstance, I have a prejudice aga...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Mt. Lawley Railway "Stile" To the Editor of "The Mirror." [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 11 June 1921

Ml Lflttiq Rf NWif 'SHU' To the Editor of 'The Mirror.' During the winter months there Is i-ol much shelter provided by the Rail way p«-ple Tor tlie comrort or passen gers at the Mount Lawley Station. To g-et rrom one side to the other one lias to1 cross over a temporary bridge (which more like represent,, a captain's bridge on a stormy day at sea, with its staff curtaius taken down), or one has to proceed down the ramp and go under a muddy, vain-soaked, subway and climb up the ramp to the, otber side. Tik 'bridge,' structure, or 'stile' as the average Mt. Lawleyite calls It, Is a very shaky affair. It seems it was first erected by the Department as a tem porary expedient the object being, at a later stage, to build a sunway similar to the one at West Subiaco. I wish to say thst during tbe course 'or the last few days several ladies have met with more or less severe Fp01s on the slipper^1- boards r\rh!c!i serve as steps) and have sustained injuries which are. quite serious enough to...

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