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Maylands [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 11 June 1921

Mayiaris {By 'Out-of-Order.') The Perth Roads Board make a spe cial reature, when dealing- with appli cants for the Hire of tnc Town ittll. to emphasise that Hie fees must be paid in advance. I wonder how they would deal with an application from the care taker for bis wages to be paid in ad vance. I think the result would be ??Advance. Caretaker'! Eddie and Tiger can be seen now on Sunday morning-p taking constitutional walks. Eddie with. the pram, and Tiger nursing- -a headache. Bob the Clerk, is fitted with several vocations. At whitewashing he is TOod, but with electricity lie llnds that it bites; at the 'puouc his voice is too weak ,ai-d at hanging curtains, well, he's a net-, but my word, when he hears -a Vvots song, he plonks and smiles. On Friday evening last, a number ol neonlo who* were down the street were somewhat overjoyed on hearing: the news that a time-piw was In Trout or the station, but imagine Oirir dlsmay wIipii, on approaching the object, H was round only to hi C...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Claremont—Cottesloe [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 11 June 1921

Glareiiiont— Cottesioe {By 'Topical.') Whilst admitting that streets with a. sharp down grade are more liable than others to an accumulation of sand at the bcttom after a rainstorm, and whilst recognising- the necessity of keeping the roadway clean of such accumulation, yet there are certain ratepayers in Cottesloe who wonder why ft is that a certain street receives so much more attention than really seems needful. Without begging the question — is :t because the Mayor, the Town Clerk, and at least one Council lor occupy throe out of tbe i/sn resi dences built in that street? Something in the nature of a stoj-- woi-k meeting among the taxi owners oil the Claremont Rank occurred this week. Owing to their tailure to pay a peremptory demand from the JUiil vhv Department for a fee of 20/-, the leal police who control the cars un.ler the Traffic Act, ordered the de faulting trivers to remo\e their ears from the stand. Naturally, the owners resented this, claiming that the stand was not a...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LATEST SEASIDE SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 11 June 1921

u ? LATEST SEASIDE SONG. (Sang with immense success by the Marks Brothers.) Down by the side of the Indian Ocean, Down by the seaside air I'm buying ;;ome gee-gees to put ;nto motion With some of the trainers there. I know they'll receive the best of attention, All Colours their coats will shine. And when 1 want cash I've only to mention We put in and take out next time They'll be Very Fsithful to all of my ?nosses.' -Jn the Beach they'll Paddet alone; They're well in the jokes and seldom show losses — In fact they're on their Per own! Some times 'Shammie Grim' will give. them a caution. Then Loch Alma up for a time To blow off the Malt Dust is simply Extortion — -And Racilla! well not for mine. The S.P. commission is next on the market And seldom these Wise Knights spoil By working the Moni-tritks likely to nark it AV1-' n they've got the Tom Ca«tro-oil J*ass no re-Marks about prods or their dealings. For Green Fancy shortly will bring yuids, to these Vids, to sileuce their squeali...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Belmont [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 11 June 1921

Beimont (By ' Solon.') Sammy D., you have regained your punch. Congratulations. Willie Burton, what is your opinion of the motor hog now. Teddy Mateer, now with Tom Strat ton. was a great hurdle and steeple rider twenty years ago. Why not come back, Ted. You still have youth on your side. The Burswood 'U'il'.ie' Boy has gone North for a trip. Has taken his cam era w-th him. Now. we shall see some decent post-cards. We tnow a bloke with the noisiest motoi bike «.n earth. Fortunu'ely =t is only '-apsble of ten miles per hour, and its cost was six quid per cwt. It is worth that as a curio. What's wron:; with the M.jseum. Carlisle Ella, we are in love with yoi-r dancing. and your sociability. l}opey Bob, what has come over yoj? Have you given up the lound'j for gTOfi? What has become of the Heavenly Twins? Have they joined the choir? Jimmy Fitz, you are doing great work wiih your Mutual Improvement Society. Good, luck to you. A little girl of our acquaintance gets very cross if you call...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
COMMENTS ON THE RUNNING [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 11 June 1921

ttMMENTS ON TIE RUNNING Second Class Purse (First Division). — Carrawindy was showing the way going out of the straight rrom Main rose and Rifle Ball, others well up. At the Tar turn Stylish shot to the front, with Loch Elvie close at hand, carra windy dropping back at this stage. When they turned for home the win ner was never in doubt, winning1 by a length and a half, with Loch Elvie a length and a quarter in front or Wall plate. True Shot was fourth. Wattle Leaf, Carson, Carrawiudy in the order, Mainrose last Betting: 5 to 2 Car rawindy, fives each True Shot and Loch Elvie, sevens eacti Stylish and Mainrose. 10 to 20 to 1 others. The winner was well backed, and well named, winning in Une style. Second Class Purse (Second Divi sion). — They all lned up ror this event, and at the 'Go' Island Ella was flrSt to show fight, with Peramy at her heels, down the back Peramy was out about two lengths rrom istand Ella, with Olio making- a run on the outside. Ap proaching the home turn the o...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Subur-Banalities West Guildford, Midland Bellevue [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 11 June 1921

I Subur-Banalities West tioMferd,. MMIand, Bdkvue ** (By 'Box-On.') A Councillor in Midland summoned the pound -keener for impounding his cows, and the Magistrate, in opening the- case, said: 'You are the plaintiff, 1 believe'; whereupon this sen of Erin said: 'You had better mind what you art saying, tor I'll have you to under stand that I've been called a lot of things in my time, but never one of .» The 'Mirror' is well represented every 'Sknday morning at Mrs. Car ney's Restaurant, every boarder buys one. ' In a homely little Restaurant In good old Midland town ?dirt's kept by Mrs. Carney, So mind you Qupt this down. For cleanliness and comfort She caters for you there; The' best of everything to eat Is on the bill-of-fare. i. ' Both quantity and quality To (satisfy your fast » ?In 'Mrs. Carney's cosy home That cannot be surpassed. The cheapest place considering The high class meals you get At this full and plenty Restaurant The best one we've struck yet. - I have noticed that w...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
To-day's Football Results ("The Mirror's" Special Reports) East Fremantle V East Perth FREMANTLE OVAL Umpire: Carter. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 11 June 1921

To-day s Football Results ('The Mirror's' Special Reports) EfSt fKMIItle v EasM-ertii FBEMANTLE OVAL. Umpire: darter. In anticipation of a great game be tween the two leading teams, a large crowd attended the Fremantle Oval this afternoon. The weather was all that could be desired — quite a change for football enthusiasts this season. In the home team Strang replaced Fowler, while in Bast Perth's ranks, Fry, Walker, Bowtell and Finjay stood down for Duffy, Hilton, Gepp, and Groom. The teams were as fol low: — East Fremantle: Lowe, Wicks, Tal bot, Clark, Mudie, Rawlinson, Brown, Truscott (capt.), Burns, Ion, Smith, Gallagher, Bidstrup, McGuinness, Bull more, Cinoris, Riconi and Strang. Bast Perth: Matson, Sparrow, Heb bard. Owens, Allen, Thomas, King. Herd, Brentnall, Oakley, Harrold, Scott, McKenzie (capt.), MaJoney, Gepp, Duffy, Hilton, and Groom. East Fremantle kicked towards the Hospital end. Carter bounced the ball well on time. Receiving from the bounce Scott sent to Hebbard to...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 11 June 1921

FOR RELIABLE, ECONOMICAL, and PAINLESS DENTISTRY, BENTIST: MASSEY CROSSS. HKmawDMrAw^iR 134 BARRAGK STREET DO NOT CONFUSE OUR PREMISES WITH OTHERS CLOSE BY. ' 7- TOE HOST OOMfOMOUB HOTEL IN FREMANTLE. ORIENT HOTEL. 40 MEOROOaS. LARGE MNING-ROOM S AND LOUNGES. Tel. 588. Drink Seldom Equalled — Never Surpassed. COURT HOTEL Beaufort St. CON. O'BRIEN MCCARTHY'S Railway Hotel, Barrack St., Perth mrs. s. e. McCarthy. Proprietress. HOTEL PERTH BARRACK and HURRAY-STREETS. The Central and Most Commodious RamdantJal HotaL T*L 4488. 3. 3. RYAN, Proprittor. Union Hotel Aberdeen Street, PertK. ? ; ? - i * '._;-. Rep.Qts- Rep.Pts. ? s. d. s. d. King -George IV. Whisky .. ? 10 0 Dewarrs ' *„ ., ? - ?? 10 ° No. 10. ' „ - ? 10 0 Black and White . „ -- ? 10 0 Walker's Red Collar „ ? 10 3 5 6 Martin's Scotch „ ? 9 6. Brind's Australian „ ? .. 8 3 4 3 Chateau Tanunda Brandy ? 9 9 5 0 Penfold's „ ?? ?? .... 9 6 5 0 Irvine's Brandy „ - ? 9 3 4 9 Gilby's Dry Gin ? '- ?? -? 9 9 Brind's Gin .. ? 7 3 Austral...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
West Perth v South Fremantle LEEDERVILLE OVAL Umpire: Cooper. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 11 June 1921

west Pern v Sratfc FrcaiHlle LEEDERVILLE OVAL, Umpire: Cooper. Bright sunshine marked the open ing ot the second round of League matches this afternoon, when West Perth took the field against the hefty Southerners. West were out just be fore time, closely followed by the red. and whites. The ground, notwith standing the recent heavy rain, was in great condition. The attendance was very fair, and also loudly demon strative. The teams stripped as follows: — ^JZ*81 ,p?rth: Squtar (capt.), Wim »'«6« \t), oneeay, *Tazer, Tyson, Burke, Jones, Clark, Dans, Angwin. Craig, Taylor, Moore, Fysche, Boyd, Braithwaite, Blundell. South Fremantle: Cain (capt.), Gunnyon, Sunderland, Lutey, Bate man, Hicks, Campbell (2), Hein drichs, Tuxford, Giles, Chalmers,. Adams, O'Connor, White, Baker, Cal low, Youldeu. Umpire Cooper set the sphere In motion at 3 sharp, and right from the bounce Sheedy, from a free, drew nrst blood — a minor. Play was quickly transferred to the other end, where Hicks, marking we...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CITY ODDITIES [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 11 June 1921

[?] The joke of the week was the sol emnly expressed views of R. ??. Sampson before the Education Com mission. . Hartasworth, junior, hav ing no children of his own, is un doubtedly the best of authorities on the upbringing of other people's children. ? ? ... ? 'The Mirror's' cash collector in terlocutated the Francis-Graham fight with a refreshing clearness that impressed the large audience. He didii't forget to say 'Ladies' and Gentlemen, either^ The ladies pre sent enjoyed the scrap evidently one even braved the front row of the stalls. The band of the 44th. Battalion now known as the R.S. and SX,. Band, has never failed to assist ali and every charitable and patriotic movement without fee or reward, and as the Diggers composing same are not millionaires, or even as weal thy as Wowser Gratuity Bond Cash ers, they are in need' of funds ^o provide music, instruments, etc., and it is proposed at ah early date to hold a big Sunday night concert to help them along. This will pro vide ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Subiaco v. Perth W.A.C.A. GROUND. Umpire: Collins. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 11 June 1921

siMtco v Perm W.A.C.A. GROUND. Umpire: Collins. Glorious sunshine prevailed to-day — the first propitious weather that a football Saturday afternoon has pro vided this season. Curator Paullin had the playing arena in fine condi tion, and all circumstances pointed to -a first-class exhibition of football be ing provided for football fans. Perth »was represented by Uren, Hewson, Hewby (capt.), Gvynor vice ?capt.), Shacklock, Menzies, Evans, .Love, McAuliffe, Ingle, Watts (2). 'Hoft, McKenzie, Bradshaw, Oliver, .'Ealey, McCamish, while Subiaco fielded Baben, Howson, Guhl, Sexton, Bushel, Steeie, Ford, Green, 'Murphy, Scully, Kddy. Outridere. Pree ?dy, Beisley, Rawlings, Rodriguez, Scaddan, O'Kourke. Perth was first out, followed shortly by Subiaco., but a short delay was ?caused by the non-appearance of one ?of the goal umpires. Hewby saved Tor Perth, and sent to 'Hewson, who sent to Ingle. McCam ish was given a free; and sending tor ward Evans marked well, and, kicking true, scored th...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Titles: A Suggestion [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 11 June 1921

Tines: A SHfttUM 'S': While the demand for tatiefis at its highest, and the funds injgte Treasury are at their lowest, |pt would, be a statesmanlike tiMCggibr the Government to pass a BuwBI thorising the Commissioner of TfBfc» tion to , issue, upon the paymejMff a fixed-jgnount, a certificate Sf -,-, fixed at^different amounts, saV,Mp: - ' K.CMG. £5,000, a K.CJ3. £SJ|q - (I'm hazy on priority and seniority), a Bart. £10,000, and, for the very ^ aspiring patriots, a 'Lordship could- ' ' issue for £50.000. It would be icheap . to the Tedpients-^-the cost :C|jpsjtJvv «'i . be pretty considerable under^g&^f sent conditions, but it -goes ';££aJ$Sp&f ?- .?, the back stairs, and the SfflPB;.^-''' doesn't get the benefit- )For3§Ki£U \ *- sake of those who take pleasure? m:^ij- donating to hospitals, 10 per cent: j could be deducted for hospitals and ; ~ paid over by- the Treasurer. Tfts 'Sirs' and such like cduld-' .?' ^ thjen ' , .---'- wear an open countenance and iopk ' ?...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TROTTING BIG WIN FOR CHARITY. An Excellent Attendance [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 11 June 1921

TROTTING BIG WIN FOR CHARmr. An ExcellMt AttMfiance. — o— - . ?? After a rough trot of wet 'weather ? last night turned out beautifully fine, ' aud the sporting public showed their ap- . preciatlon' by turning up in almost re cord numbers lo -.vttucss the cstaient ; programrac'i.TOi'idwl J-y me Trotting As- '?? sociation at the \v\\.«j.x. ground Tbe. ~8 meetbjg- was iieid in at 3 of Wen-opolitan ' charities, wtticH shonM benefit very, sub- J stantlally as an outcome. Following are the results. — STATE HANDICAP. . « : or 60 sovs. One mile and a quarter ' ? Mr. S. Beecrort's b g Dick Wilkes, ?'?. 125 bud. (C. Thomas) ? i Peter Huon, 45 (StockweU) ? ~s Etrah, 40 (Mercer) ? 3 -'. Other starters: Leslie Wilkes, 15; Master Dudley, 30; Little Possum, 55- -A Dingo, 100; Ophirlite, 115; ~tand - Breeze. 125; Huon Dudley, 140 Won by four yards with five yards - between second aud third. Little Pos sum was fourth. ' ' BetiinK: 5 to 4 agst Dick Wilkes, 4 to i Leslie Wllke& Time, 3.24J; r...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MR. W.M. HUGHES HIS MOVEMENTS IN ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 11 June 1921

dr. wm mm VIS MW0KNIS W0KU1W (From the Special Representative of 'The Mirror' in London. Copyrigut). (By Radio). LONDON, Saturday, June 11.-— Mr. W. M- Hughes (the Prime Minister of Australia) spent an hour: looking over Lord Beecham's pill: factory in Penzance. He was quite interested in the wonderful machin ery required to make the world fa mous cure-all, and before * leaving took a quantity, as did each of the other gi-ests. Mr.-tlughei has ar ranged to have a branch iactory es tablished in Australia in order to build up a new industry and provide work for unemploye 1 diggers. Mr. W. M. Hughes has bought a newspaper. Tendering twopence, he patted the newsboy on the head, and told him- to start a Savings Bank account with the halfpenny change. He d:ially told the/ boy ihai he was the lid he wanted to come to Australia, and detailed to the crowd that had collected inci- - dents of his iMr. Hughes') early youth. Mr. Hughes yesterday assisted a feeble old lady to cross the crowded st...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 11 June 1921

ALES /STOUT BnNMt&OdarafimBvU!. SUD AMD PLAHT IftiBOHA - !| ? £& For all the best in #?| SEEiSIlUPWNri FOR GARDEN, FARM AND* I STATION. '' | Illustrated Catalogue Sent POST j FREE on application- i Business Address: 200 and 202 Wellington Stnst PERTB.W.A.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 11 June 1921

? JfflBiS s4jits wflHflK' Make all ., --M*'- MB SB. ?«.:i-'. ?*:'?$? PERTH ALES /STOUT M

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£182 17s. FOR 10s. AT GOODWOOD TO-DAY Red Banner Snubs Henry Clay In Great Finish Big Crowd—Good Sport [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 11 June 1921

£182 17s. f OR 10s. AT GOODWOOD TO-DAY Red Banner sinks Henry Clog in GreflMFinisn Big CI9WI--6M4 Sptrt The Goodwood Race Club held its second day's meeting ? on that popular course to-day -when a seven-event pro gramme was presented, due to the large acceptance. The racing track was in excellent or der after the recent rains. The sad dling paddock was quite a treat for racegoers to tread upon. The One crowd that put in an appearance were treated to some fine racing, in several finishes the verdict being either a head or half a head. Lucky 'Alex.' Clydesdale was again blessed with ideal weather conditions. The stewards bad an easy day, Sea Forts withdrawal being the only re port. SECOND CLASS PURSE (1st Division). Or 70 sovs. one mile. B fa. Clarkson's Stylish, by One 'Away — Frigate, 6.7 (Whelan) .. i Loch El vie, 8.7 (Bowler) ? 2 Wallplate, 8.1 (Chandler) ? 3 Other starters: Rifle Ball 8.10 (Bateman-); True Shot, 8.8 (Percival); Wattle Lear, 8.5 (TuHy); Carrawindy, 8.4 (Norrie) ; ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
'Some' Presentations [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 11 June 1921

'Some' Prestntttlras 4'k 'M.': Since Billee Hughes receiv ed an anonymous donation of £25,000, presentations have been fashionable. The Order of the Garter and the Order of the Sack have been handed out to quite a few worthy citizens, and only last month S'Will Lathlain paraded the Oovenior to present him with some letters — patent — s'pose he'd patented, himself for a hot air en gine, warranted non-stop. Anyhow, there's a few more people that ought to be recognised. A friend of mine challenged me to suggest the following: — S'James Mitch. — An alarm clock. S'Walter Shames. — Rack, thumb screws, and boot, with wedges and chains complete. Minister Davey, Rhodes scholar of the £oyalty £eague. — A Manual of English History. The £oyalty £eague.— An Irish flag of approved design. (Broken stringed harp on a blood-flecked green ground). Note — This might save our friends -a tedious search next time. Mrs. Cow-em, O.B.E.— A pair of silver-mounted emasculators, in scribed for 'a good girl.' A...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Federal Flore-up [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 11 June 1921

ftfleiH? fMK*t 'P.P.S.': The Federal Public Ser- vice Commissioner has made it pretty evident that if the WA members of his . calamitous service get back their 5 per cent, climate allowance it won't be his' fault. He persists in speaking of it as a 'cost of living allowance,' which ss both untrue and absurd, for at the time it was granted the cost of- living in WA. was anything up to 50 per cent, higher than in .the East- and the Federal service was so shockingly underpaid that Wes tralian boys would not. sit for the exams., so that youths had to be brought over from the East^-under false pretences-^-to fill vacancies on the clerical staffs. The history of the allowance is this: For seven long years the Federal authorities were deaf to the entreaties of their WA. servants for payment at a scale in accordance to local living costs. JAt last in 1907 the wretched 5 per cent, was granted, when the facts warranted at least 20 per cent. From 1907 un til the war, there was little rela tive...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Insulting our Women [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 11 June 1921

insmtiif Our Women ? n ? On several occasions 'The Mirror' iias had occasion to stress the fact !ocnlly-born and bred product — the that the best possible immigrant to t.hi.s great 'country of ours «s the Australian baby. Some baby — the Aussie Baby is — too,! 'The Mirror' is pained, however, to find that Perth shelters certain brands of, allegedly certificated phar macists whose sole stock-in-trade ap pears to be — judging by their shop window displays — an appalling col lection of quasi-preventataive appli ances and so .forth, designed to up set the birthrate statistics. All 'The Mirror' has to say is that we are glad (for the sake of the noble professions of medicine and phar macy) .here are only one or two 'qualified' men who shamelessJy parade this class of business in our midst. This hint is thrown out con sequent upon complaints reachinjjL th?s office from mothers who desire , to protect their girls (and boys) - from such nauseating sights in our city streets. We strongly adv...

Publication Title: Mirror
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