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s. Fremantle V Perth FREMANTLE OVAL Umpire: Cooper. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

s. Frenantie v Perth FREMANTLE OVAL. Umpire: Cooper. For the second time this season the clerk of the weather looked with a gracious eye on football followers. The games this afternoon were played in glorious sunshine, which was great ly appreciated both by players and spectators. Fremantle Oval was in good order for the second meeting of the above teams. South Fremantle was represented by Callew (2), Hawkins, Bateman, Tux ford, Adams, Lutey, Giles, Gunnyon, White, Sunderland, Craig, Campbell -2). Hicks. Cain (Capt.). Heindrick. Chalmers. Perth sent out Hewby (Capt.)^ Gay nor, Hoft, Rowe, Shacklock, Corser, Menzies, Love, Evans, Ingle, Watts -2), McKenzie, Bradshaw, Exley, Mc Camish, Uren,. and Hewson. Souths were first cut-;-op time — and as they had a preliminary trot around,- it was noticeable that they were a weighty side. Perth followed closely, and the difference in weight to Souths was most marked. - Souths kicked towards the Hospital «ud. From the bounce Menzies sent to Pert...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
HOW THE CLUBS STAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

HOW THE CLUBS STAND. „ „ w ''- w . l: d. Pts.For Ag-. f- Sh 'tle I « * — 24 347 250 E. Perth . .7 4 3 ? 45 370 oBi West Perth . . 7 » 3 1 14J4! !J| S. Fremantlo 7 3 4 ? 12 470 415 Per/hC°* ' ' I I t i 10 3S5 *s» 1 ei in . . . 4 t 5 — g jqq jgc.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LEADING GOAL-GETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

LEADING GOAL-GETTERS. H. Campbell -S.F.) .. -\. 28 . Evatis -P.)) .... -J9 BaBcn -s.) . . '-. . ifi Bidstrip -E.F.) .. ' ' if, Owens tE.P.) ? 15

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TURCO-GREEK WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

TURCO-GREEK WAR. CONSTANTINOPLE, Juno 17.— As a result of the suspension of hostili ties in Asia-Minor,- both the Greeks and the Kemalists have greatly strengthened their forces. The latter ' have more than doubled their num bers, and Greek reconnoiterers report. UisU th-- «-nt my is already --;- tin move, his objective beinpr Kinyrn;-. 1: it believed that larpre bodies of Soviet troops ure. ;ii,}i,if; Kemal I'asha. and thai 1'ie Creeks «i\e credence to thi' report is evidenced by the visit of the Kins: to Smyrna. Since being warned by the newspapers, the British Cabi net has re-considered its policy, and has now determined not to send' arms to tke Greeks.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PRINCE OF WALES. TO VISIT INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

PRINCE OF WALES. TO VISIT INDIA. UJ.NUON, June IS.— It is now «on -sidered safe to allow the Prince of Wales to undertake bis postponed visit to India.. His Highnyss will ar rive in India some time next Septem ber, and will be accompanied by a large force of specail police and 'de- tectives.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
AUSTRALIAN XI HAMPSHIRE MATCH DRAWN. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

AUSTRALIAN Xi HAMPSHIRE MATCH DRAWN. i.u.nlu.n jr\K it.— Misii-alia. lii.-i iiiniiiR-s: — Tola) loi seven wickejs 70s Hampshire, First innings: Total, :ilu Second inning^: Five wickets Tor 135 Bowling: Hendry, «' for i5; Ryrter 1 for 25; Mailey, 3 for i&; Pellew' i for 37.

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) W. Perth v E. Perth PERTH OVAL Umpire: Garter [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

To-day's Football Results ('The Mirror's' Special Reports) w. Peril v E. Perlh PEBTH°OVAL. Umpire: Carter. Perfect weather prevailed for tfce second set of matches in. the second round of League games this after noon. A large crowd assembled at the Perth Oval to witness the en counter between the home team and the greatly improved Westerners. In the latter team Gasnell and Austin replaced Angwin and A. Jones, while in the home team Bowtell replaced Harrold. The teams were: East Perth: C. McKenzie (capt.), Hilton. Bowtell, Herd, Brentnall, Oak ley. Allen, Matson, King, Hebbard, Thomas, Owens, Groom, Gepp, Spar row, Scott, Maloney, and Duffy. West Perth: Blundell, Austin, Dans, Angwin, Craig, Boyd, Clark, Taylor, Fisher, Moore, F. Wimbridge, Burke, W. Wimbridge, Braithwaite, Soutar, G. Tyson, Frazer, and Sheedy. The home team kicked to the east ern end of the ground. Umpire Carter set the ball in motion at 3.3. Taylor received a free from the bounce, and sent on to Braithwaite. 'Sheed...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

Jim Daly (Member TattersaU's) . Long Odds and Civility. All Events. _ Doubles a Specialty. Get a Fine Reliable Turnout and Enjoy your Outing at FOY'S, 80 JAMES-STREET. Consult Foy ir you wisn to Buy, Sell, REDUCE LIVING COSTS By Dealing With J. SPIGL For Tobacco, Cigarettes, Cigars, Toys, Fancy Goods, Stationery, JeweHery, Watches, and otber Articles Repaired and Guarantee Given. Shaving €d., Kaircuttlng J/-. Dark or Light Mixture Pipe Tobacco, Bd. per oz. Flake Cut, Ligbt or Dark, 6d. oz. 405 WELLINGTON-STREET, 778 HAY-STREET (Opposite Foy and Gibson). Country Oreders receive special at tention. LET ME HELP YOU DISPOSE OF THEM WITH MY Illustrated Advts. PETTTT, Commercial Artist, Co. 'The Mirror.' Opposite the Oval for a good drink— the Oddfellows. The West Australian Trotting Association (INCORPORATED) Saturday June 25th INTERESTING PROGRAMME Nominations Close, Monday 5 p.m. A. R. FLINT. Secretary. GEORGE VOSS. Hairdressing Saloon, Literary Institute Building*. 10 CHAIRS GOING ALL...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

BELMONT PARK RACES NEXT SATURDAY GO&D NOMINATIONS. GOOD RACING Special Train Service. ' -'? H. F. WILKINSON, Secretary.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

The punters arc wondering how long the game is going to last.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SELF DETERMINATION FOR IRELAND LEAGUE OF AUSTRALIA. PATRICK SARSFIELD (MAYLANDS) BRANCH. A PUBLIC MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

SELF DETERMINATION FOR IRELAND LEAGUE OF AUSTRALIA. PATRICK SARSFIEMi (MAYLANDS) BRANCH. A PI RI.IC MEETING Of the Maylands Branch of the above League will be held «» «T. MARY'S co.WENT SCHOOL, Ouildrord Road, Maylands, on MONDAY NIGHT NEXT. Jl'NE 2-t. at 8 p.m. Prominent speakers will deliver ad dresses. Everyone, irrespective or creed, class, or politics, is cordially in vited to attend. Members are particularly requested to be present. while Frankjyn only made a moderate 20. * M.UJ.O.O.F., In making ill, and beat ing the Druids with that score, arc somewhat lucky, and should therefore lose no time In taking a ticket in Tact's. Neal and Rodd each did well toy scoring 24, and with the exception or P. Wfet&er (23), bad not much sup port rrom the other members as Kay only got St. T. walker, Dick Holmes, and Clark ifl each. U.A.O.D..- 108 What's up with this one-time champion team? They are really unfortunate Had Emerton and Miller been in ihe team, well; there would .have bee...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Maylands Friendly Societies' Shooting Competition. (Fifth Stage.) [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

Maylands — ii — (By 'Out-of-Order.') Friendly Societies' Shooting Com petition. (Fifth Stage.) \.N.A. (a), 118, beat A.N.A. (bl). 117- I.O.R., 113. beat I.O.O.F. (ba), 90; A.O.F., lie. beat I.O.O.F. (m). 107; A.N.A. (b2-, 116, beat H.A.C.B.S.. Ii2: M.UJ.O.O.F.. lit. beat U.A.O.D.. 108 The shooting on the whole was fair, but possible getters were vcrv fewt Jim Bvrne, Alex. McKiiamie. and H Hanson, of the A.N.A., and Roy McEvoy. or the H.A.C.B.S.. being the only heroes. \ N.A. (a) shot rar below their form, and were very lucky to win their match. Tlv\v can be excused this tune, as tne majority of the members of *he team were suffering rrom nervousness pn ac count or the special preparations ii:adc by their B team (better known as Geo. Smith's team) to dercat them. AR-x. McKiniinie was the star artist, his pos sible was expected, as' any other score made by him would have meant his withdrawal rrom the big Tour. Geo. Padgham- (2i) is Improving, and it is proor that my suggestion to Capt...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Claremont—Cottesloe [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

Claremont-Cottesloe (Bv 'Tonical.'1 Residents of Claremont are begin ning to wonder when that ugly pile of buildings known as Matheson's Ter race, and which are such a blot on the Itiver foreshore, will be demolished. Permission to purchase was given at least six months ago, and the purchase money. £3000, was borrowed at 6 i-er cent, interest. But to date no move apparently has been made to remove the buildings, and the beautiful view of the river which the removal of the Terrace would open up remains ob structed as of yore. Perhaps the fact that the money is on deposit at 3J per cent, has something to do with the 'delay. Perhaps the Mayor will make public the reason. The fortunate winner of the record dividend of £182 17s., paid at Good wood, on Saturday last when Urabilla won the Second Class Plate, was Mrs. J. H. Barsden, of Forrest-street, Cot tesloe. wife of a one-time solicitor of that name. The family is well sup plied with this world's goods, so that it could not be expected...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Esperanto and the Red Cross [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

Esprit* flu tie RNCffSS The practical utility of Esperanto, the universal auxiliary language, has once more been emphasised by the action of the 10th International Red Cross Conference, held at ?Qeosva, on March 30, 1921. After discussion in committee, the full Conference carried the following resolution without dissent: 'Having realised that the linguis tic difficulty in many ways hinders the realisation of, the International ideal of the Red' Cross, ..whether in working together on the battlefields, or among1 prisoners of war, or even in the Red Cross Congresses, the 10th Conference urges all Red Cross organisations to spread the study of the auxiliary language Esperanto among their members, especially among- the youag 'people's sections, as one of the most potent means towards International agreement and co-operation, in accordance with the aims of thp ReH Cross ' It is to be hoped that the Reft. Gross enthusiasts in this State will ^ grge immediate attention to this recommendati...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PERTH CONCERT ORCHESTRA [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

RERffl €#N€£ft? ORCttSTtA All lovers of music sty^&^jsel- come the advent 'of the jn£&d|Bmi&*' sd 'Perth Concert Orcbe^&i^^W made their detfut .^o Perth i^SffisM at the Town Hall on Sun&^yfip£ last. The combination :'-$&&£?m 25 of the State's,' enief orclfetral musicians, under the Ijaton of^Mr. Harold Betteridge, with Mr. lioneli Hart as leader. The aimv of'%hei musicians is to place a MgbclaSfe programme before the public week- 1 ly, and if the opening concert is a sample, then we have a lot of look forward to. No better- programme has ever been presented 13 Perth, in cluding as it did selections from 'Chu Chin Chow,' 'The Lilac Dom ino, and from Supe's works. The strings were particularly good, es pecially the bass; whilst the reeds were also excellent. The brass side, however, needs strengthening, and was evidently not so in touch with the conductor as the. rest of the orchestra. This, however, will dis appear when the memb...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Fremantle Fragments [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

fremantJe Fragments {By Marcus). Back from a business trip to Singa pore, Mr. A. Joyce, ot Joyce and Watkins, a big- man of broad ideas, Mr. Joyce is a pioneer in the move ment to- open up trade with the Orient. There nearly was a row the other morning between the few isolated supporters of the English team and those of Armstrong's invincibles — 'I realise ' said one Aussie, 'how the English team is badly handicapped, so many of their, best men are away in Ireland with tb:e black and tans.' Ted Pollitt had to „ act as peace maker. Mr. Alex Bruce, Fremantle's muni cipal, gardener, has resigned to take a similar position under the Subiaco Municipality. Alex's memory will live in the Port in the wonderful im provements, for which he is respon sible in the Gardens, Esplanade, and at South Beach. Mr. W. A. Hoey, the well-known tailor, is in his spare moments an amateur actor of more than usual merit. Monday week at the Town Haft, he is playing- in 'The Violin Makers of Cremona,' a sketch...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ON MIXING. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

ON MIXING. 'RV: There are three things in lire that should never be mixed — drinks, marriages, and milkmen. Now, 'Orrible Ixamples or the mixture of drinks and marriages cqn be seen every day. . or night, as the case may be. But 'Mixed' claims to be. 'one or the Tew who have had actual experience or the terrors of mixed milkmen. You see, Paddy Quinn and Jerry Dunne are both good sorts — the best of fellows, and In their sober moments — when they are off the milk — they think the world or each other. But biz. is biz , and when it comes to se ducing each other's customers away rrom each other, they proceed on the. time dishonoured principle or 'all fair in love and milk-rounds.' Both importuned me Tor my custom — continues 'Mixed' — and being a lover or peace I accepted both; being posses sed' or ('or by) an extensive unween«l ramily. I naturally thought that my or der would satisry the natural cravings of at least two common or garden milkos. But I calculated without the nature or th...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
It Ran [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

If Ran — v — (We don't offer suggestions to ad' vertisers, but here goes) : — There was a little man,* Who had a wooden leg. He was so very poor, For food he had to beg-. So he got a bit of board. And an oldi tin can. And he called it a 'Ford' . ^ And the dam' thing ran. — 'Jackaloo.'

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Motor Car Calk and Coats The World's Oil Supply [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

Ok motor Car ^U Ok World's Oil Supply Conflicting are the ..reports * fre quently made respecting the length of time the world's oil supply will last. Pessimists tell us, -on the one hand, that we are drawing ra pidly near the ? exhaustion of the world's resources^ Others say this theory is absurd. At a recent dis cussion by members of the Institu tion of Petroleum Technologists, unanimous views were expressed that no great reliance should be placed upon pessimistic propnecies of certain American eeoloeists. One 3f them has stated that there is to day only left in the world a quantity of 43,000,000,009 barrels, or suffi cient for 80 years' consumption by America alone. Countering .-this statement, Sir John Cadman, the chief of the English Petroleum De partment, whom one would be justi fied in regarding as an oil expert, finds, after close scientific study of possible oil-producing regions in the world, that 60 per cent, of the total area of the earth contains strata of a suitable ag...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
America and Ireland [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

Awridi flirt IrcMM 'Reader'; An English paper has reached! me, in which appeared this article, and I considered it should see thejight of Australia's day. Here it is: ' Washington, D.C., April 9. Frank P. Walsh. Consul for the .Republic of Ireland, has issued the following statement to the Press i i reply to the British Embassy's an swer to the report of the American Commission on Conditions in Ire- ; .land, in which he says: . ; 'The American people will not be ; misled by the. unsupported false-^ hoods of Ambassador Geddes in.fhe face of public statements of British statesmen who have informed them selves at first hand regarding British outrages in Ireland. This very policy of duplicity and falsification by the British Govern ment in concealing crimes in Ire land has been denounced by lead ing British statesmen in the House of Commons»and by the Right Hon. Alexander M. Carlisle, Privy Coun cillor, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Viscount Bryce, the Rev. Duncan C. MacGregor, Moderato...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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