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World's Records [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

World's Records Using a medium powered machine — a 3* h.p. Norton, with Dunlop tyres — an English motor cyclist, R. N. Judd, secured world's records on Brooklands track in April. The fly ing kilometre wes covered in 242sec. (92.44 m.pl.), while the average time — with and against the wind — was 25.9sec.— 86 m.pi.— Internation- al record. His best time for the mile was 412 {8738 m.p.h.), with an average of 43.1sec. — 83.58 m.pJi. — also world's record. These figures 'are better even than those recorded on Daytona Beach, Florida, - USA., when the speed for flying mile equal led 82.09 m.p.h., and' in the case of the flying kilometre, 82J21 m.p.h.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Milton Wins the 500 [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

milton ONis ttc 500 The Indianopolis . (U.S-A) - 600 miles is the world's biggest track race for cars. Tli»s year's erent. which was rvn oa May 30, wis, ac cording co a cable received in Syd ney, won by Tommy Milton, Ameri ca's cradc driver, ui au en'.«b»--cy'i-i- der Duseibng. Mt'tia created a new track record by averaging 89j62 miles yer hour — grest going on the ? track. SrWtoa holds the following world's records, established a year ago on the Florida Beach Sands in a six-cylinder Dusenbery: One ir.Ue — 23.07se?., average 15G.04 nules per hour. Two miles— S554sec, 155.71 m.p h. Three miles— lmin. l?.18scc . 14951 m oJi. Four miles— lmin. 36.14 sec. 149J9S m.pJi.* Five miles- 2m'n. 0.04sec., 149J95 m.p-h.

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

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

At Midland Junction, Opposite the Station. Tic Cvimerciai Hold ^ STANDS SUPREME. SWAN BEER OF THE BEST. H. BLATHERWICK, Proprietor. They All Go to The FREEMASONS HOTEL AT MIDLAND. The « Home of Smiles, Cheerfulness and Civility Residence. JOE TIPPETT (ex Bicton), Proprietor FOR BEST JOINTS AND CUTS Try P. H. JAMES Family Butcher, 51 CL.V1SEBROOK ROAD. EAST PERTH. Call or Rlujf Tel. AS025. BETTER and . CHEAPER REPAIRS TO Bikes, Motor Cycles, or Cars, than can be got in Penh. WE BUILD TO ORDER. Midland Agents for EXCELSIOR. Everything- You Need in These Lines. ARTHUR FLINT YORK-ROAD, MIDLAND JUNCTION. Where to Stay in Midland Junction. THE COUNCIL CLUB HOTEL, HELENA-STREET. Proprietress: MRS. E. SHEEHAN. Good Table. Clean Beds. Special Terms for Permanent Boarders. 'Phone L71. The Helena Vale Hotel is Opposite the Station MIDLAND JUNCTION. Clean, Commodious, Capitally-Kept, Everything Tip-Top, including the Swan Ale. JOHN PETTIT, Proprietor. WHERE YOU CAN GET A DRINK THAT IS A DRINK. ...

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

Belmont (By 'Solon.') Well done, P.A.C.. you have the courage of your opinion. But don't get 'sour' with the Almighty Three. Your straightforward criticism of racing. Race Ckib management, and apparent laxitk- on the part of some of the servants, was well timed. Ninety-five per cent, of the paying: public endorse your words. How we would like to have your speech fully recorded. Ever since 'The Mirror' has been published we have 'blazed the track' towards reform. Your recent attack, trenchant and fearless, is hereby fully endorsed. We were hoping that the 'Sti.' sys tem was about to be abandoned, and the old idea of hon. stewards reverted to. but it now appears that we will have to tolerate the present system a little longer. Nevertheless, the hand writing- is on the wall. But; alas! blind men cannot rea-|. We have heard something about Braille, what does it mean? Mr. Chairman, we were pleased to read thai the Stipendiary Stewards were supiwsed to take up positions on different parts...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Subur-Banalities Bellevue to Bayswater [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

Subur-Banalities Betfewe to Bayswrter (By 'Box-On.') That light at Bellevue over those mushrooms did not end well. After the two hubbies had torn the shirt sleeves off each other their wives held i tusr of-war by pulling: out handf-Jls or cacii other's hair, and arterthreateiiin;,' «-ael; other.wtth a court case they simmered down. Georg-e Hiseox, Mayor of Hip back blocks of civilisation, may I suggest that you form your council into a row Ing- club, for I'm sure they would -lo more -with wooden skulls that with their own. c After Tommv SIohk comes home from th«- Trots, he pays up Tor the motor ra^ rails into all refreshment rooms nlrtfRr the road, and ''juv? up fizz Mr all the »nob: then counts out how much-he's i?ot left out of tli« hundreds ho won on the last race — then he sud denly wakes up. There are the makinsrs of home top notch footballers in Midland, and this material is simply rustlnfr out insie.-.«I of it belli* put to better use. East Perth team, you should investigate....

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

Tie Meveaftie Ptttitt 'Digger': This is taken from 'Aussie,' the cheerful monthly, of ficial organ of the Australian R.S.L.: A great many peolpe seem trou bled lest the Australian should as sert his right to that universal pos session— -a. nationality. There is Mr. Lawson, the Victorian Premier, for instance. 'A thing of which we must beware,' he has besn saying recently, 'is the tendency to exalt Australian nationality at the ex pense of the Empire itself.' Nonsense! There is no such ten dency. There is, and has always been, a tendency to exalt English, Irish, Scotch and Welsh nationality 'at the expense of the Empire it self.' In some of the Australian States each of these nationajities has its special day, its banquets, pas sionate speeches, and processions. Australia has no special day. if we ieave Anzac Day apart: it is con tent, for the most part, to go on with its job. ? , There would be no reason to growl about this if the privileged sections would let well alone. The Aussie...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Scaddan, All Hall! BACK ON THE BOUNCE ONCE AGAIN PREMIER [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

SC«I««, All Ml ! BACK ON THE BMMCC - ONCE AGAIN PREMIER. Congratulations, Mr. Scaddan! . But how cleverly you ^managed it. Strike 's pink, eh ! ' Fancy getting Jimmy Mitch to bite of that clown stunt up in the Nor'-West^ 'Spose you had Mr. Golding watching him, eh, to see he didn't reneg and come back too soon. And how nicely you managed that rain, and got poor Jimmy bogged to - the .ankles some where a hundred miles past no where. Jimmy nicely out of the way, of course, you had to make yourself scarce, too. Naturally! Just fancy you being asked in cold blood to hop in while Jimmy's back was turned. Really, these things take some learning, but, ouce learned, never forgotten. ? We can picture you like old Fa ther Noah, John, surrounded by all sorts of animals, and leaning out of the Ark window watching for that there dove. Bet Noah wasn't half so pleased as you, when the dinkey little bird cooed in his ear. My word. John ! Premier Scaddan, eh, come back to his dear little' deficit. B...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Soliciting in Hay-st. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

Soliciting in H«g-St 'M.'l: The Loyalty League 'join here' joint on the Mayors acre has ? closed its doors— I mean its pigeon hole. It is understood that the membership is full Quite believe it. W.A. has seen plenty of freak societies launched— there's even a Society for the Prevention or Pre servation, or Something, of Public Morals— but it was never -before heard of that a clique could be low down enough to come at the beer sparrer and glad-eye flapper dodge of soliciting in the public streets — and houses. Verily, the Loyalty of Lath, is like unto the piety of the publican of old — an abomination unto the Lord. Justice Starke, in summing up on the Ryan libel case, declared that he thought Mr. Ryan should have obeyed the censor's order. Of course Ptarke thought so, he always does, even in his arbitration judg ments.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Federal Servant's Wall [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

F«ttTii S€rv«r$ Wfll ? ' ? ? f 'Scrutator': Regarding the Fede thc geufcfd.1 public are a- rare of the rotten d°al' b;ing handed ovrt to them all through the war and up to the preset time; they ha\p been notoriously underpaid right thro- . ugh -that period, and now to make matters a bit worse for them, . they have i?een denied the right to go to the Arbitration Court, and in its stead have been supplied with an, old fossil of a 'public service arbitra tor.' The combined associations appealed in a body for increases on their paltry .salaries, and. were turn ed down flat: *f that doesn't shew these officers what they are. up ag ainst, perhaps the loss of the 5 per cent, climatic allowance wiC For,, instead of. giving an urgently re quired increase, this 5 per cent, al lowance was actually cut out, thus reducing the fortn'ghtly pay by a considerable amount. St all dates back to Justice Starke's appoint ment to the Arbitration Court; he was put there apparently by Billy Hughes with the ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE MIRROR JUNE 18, 1921. The New Little Englanders [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

t JUNE 18, 1921. Tie New Little EijMMers Australia — in common with other parts of the British realm — is afflicted to-day with a vicious out break of a new species of Little Englandism. It masquerades un der the guise of 'Imperialism.' 'Imperialism' and 'Empire' are unfortunate words. Their associa tions in history are of a kind that makes them stink in the nostrils of true democrats. They imply sub jection by force. That is not the concept of the true Britisher. He believes in a Greater Britain, comprising a sis terhood of nations -bound to one another by ties of common speech, outlook and traditions, and who need no material or martial bonds to hold them together. That sister hood has been given the most inap propriate name of Empire, which is the very thing that its truest sons have ever striven to prevent it from becoming. Britain's experiments in the Em pire business have been most dis astrous. One of them lost her the American colonies a century and a half ago. Another outbre...

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

[?] -: K-$I%t$&*s8^**:f: A, Wi llis ?Honour,*bqk^i» ;sea|; VfMl *»5, Bench ~-:-&ai&C J^i''ififc-'fccaiiS^fen^§ whi(A^^otes*^^^^vft^Pe»^l^| over b Criininal Courts and. -if ^r&er , evidence' were ^,nra«d^,^'&^^v|^£39L^ gallery,, the number, of ;3-wU^linVJsUtr^ tendance- and .the iion-banMl .'':£*§iM dosure m the cenl^ of 3^11^|iif The prisoner bebinfltixebarsi*^ a middle^g^ mai» of respectablcaF1 pearance, with hair rap^y^^Tnini grey; 9^«Mrai^4^ten^-lo^ldi%^c^^.:' lar and tje; his jstrifc »^*f a grey, * senai-deriC^l^c^ tlfe |^t ^achinj to about his jsknees ri%e;3reldja4»ttn(ilft - of. papers in 3iis left-hand, itnd dasp- =' ed the same hand wi^ his right in ; an attitude wMch'-gave evidence, ^of } much prayerjujnte^: fife .fice;'i;/psjas^ colourless, his eyes -rf iroa^rejr. A-L^ together he reminded jne of the pic tures drawn of the Puritan -period. The cl^':«f-%xi^iig^:-'jndisibb-''&ii^'::! addressing -the |ip^ygp«i ifl&nX and...

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

SELF DETERMINATION FOR IRELAND LEAGUE OF AUSTRALIA. THOMAS DAVIS (VICTORIA PARK) itRANCH. A Piiur.ir iwf.etini: of the Victoria I'ark Branch -»r the above League will he held at the BOYS' CLUB IIALL, Cr Harper St. and Shep perton Road, VICTORIA I'AHK. al 8.15 p.m. on SUNDAY, JUNE 19. Prominent speakers wiH deliver ad dresses. Everyone, irrespective or creed, class, or politics, is cordially in \tfted to attend. Members are particularly requested to be present.

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

Espiiuie Hfttei Battle 'Spartacus' : After 15 weeks of in. : ertia the trouble over the employ ment of non-unionists at the Perth Esplanade seems to be likely to grow and enlarge. The dispute started nearly four months ago, just one of those storms not impossible in a hotel, but whilst the hastilv suminoned union secretary (Miss {shelly) was on the premises fixing it tip, the housekeeper, with appalling tactlessness, dismissed one of the girls. Of course, the fat was in the fire, and there hasn't been any unionist working on the place since. Instead, the then manager, probab ly wishing to be 'firm/' a very Napoleon of hotel management, en gaged a staff of the usual nondes crips, who are non-unionists, in cluding three Chinamen and! several pommies. And so the matter has remained, ?until it occurred to the unions, with their belief in the White Australia policy, that it was not in the best interest of Australia to allow China men or Asiatics to take the place of white workers. So the...

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

Huraoresque ' -Many pictures Have comu to Ftith, dsve ueeti screened and te-addies.-ed elsewhere, but comparatively- tew are super-features. 'llumoresque'' is a super-feature. It was our privilege aud jo.v to witness llie special run through on luesdaj morning- iast — al '.) o'clock, too. That it far and away ex ceeds all expectation is saving alto getner too little, even though it is dir Ucult to llud words to adequately ex press ten true worsh and delicious mean uig of the story enacted ou the screen. Indeed, it is too Human a story ta be properly described, evenr in language, much less in cold print. Every alter nate scene is such that one's heart strings must give way to tUe most faithful depiction of womanly instinct and mother's love for her child, whose future career as a famous violinist was the most ardent desire oT her heart — at length most vividly realised. 'Hum- orcsque,' like the music under that title, is enchanting. Brimful of pa thos as it is, there is that repeated...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Soccer LEAGUE CUP COMPETITION. Casuals v. Thistles [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

Soccer LEAGUE CUP COMPETITION. Casuals v. Thistles I'layed tin- concluding gamo or tin- ilrsi round at tin? Esplanade this ariernoon. The wealhfT was Hue. and llic aiieii dancR largo. The game was keenly coiiU'slwi. -;asua!s scoring in fin* first iialt'. while in foil second «iu- ??xclinngfs -Tavourpd Thistles, mil Adams unloriu iiately headed the Iiall trhough hi* nwii goals from a centre bv Patterson. The. Dual scores were:— Casuals. U; Thisiies nil. Tne nest players for Casuals were Sonierford, Gordon, Graham, Bishop, and Smart, while the nest \v-»rK lor ?pHisiies was put in by Purwood, John ston, Oollpy, and Thompson. Ctaremont v. Caledonians. Olarenionl had an easy victory over Cafedontaiis at ciarcmoul. the finals !}-?- injr 3 goals lo inl. Goalkickers: Sliel lauear, raporit. Letchford:

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

WHERE TO CO ON SUNDAY. Canning Bridge and Applecross. — Ferry boats leaving- Barrack-st: 9.15, ii a.m.; 1.15, 3,' 5.30, 7, 9 p.nj Point Walter. — Trams ex Fremantle. The Zoo.— Open all tbe afternoon. By rerry from Barrack-street. -Government Gardens. — McMabon's Band. Esplanade. — At 3. Union demon stration. v Evening. Town Hall.--— Perth Concert Orchestra Trades Hal). — T. 3. Hughes, 'The Housing' Problem.' Grand. — 'The Dancing Fool' (Welly Reid). Princess, Fremantle. — '3 X Gordon' (Warren Kerrigan). Palladium, Perth. — 'In Old Ken tucky' (Unita Stewart). Pavilion, Perth. — 'De Luxe Annie' (Norma Talmadge). . Shaftesbury. — Star Pictures, Concert,' Orchestra Majestic, Perth.— The Spite Bride' (Olive Thomas). Dfajestic, Fremantle: 'Tbe Shadow of RofflBlne Byrne' (Elaine Hammerstein?. Jack Vissef is the King of Qdd Fellows.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Eastern Racing V.A.T.C CUP WON BY DOUBLE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

Eastern Racing V.A.T.C. CUP WON BY DOUBLE BBOOJUC MELBOURAE, Saturday. — Toe VJL T.C. Held a meeting at Caulfleld tp.-oay, I, A number or National candidates com peted. Results: — ,. ? Toolambool Hurdles, two miles 64 yards. — Yougbal, JO.io, 4; Truepenny, 9.1, S; British Arch, 10.7, 3. IS to 1 agst YpugbaL .^. Minook Two-Year-OW, seveiH for longs. — Green Malt. 7.4, 1; Harvest King, 7.6, 2; Bassi, 7.11, 3. 6 to I agst Green Malt. ' Richmond Cup, one mile three fur. — Double Bezique, 7.1, 1; Rands, 7.5, 3; ? Adam Lindsay, 7.4, 3. 7 to 1 agst Dou ble BeElque. , Wanda Steeplechase, about two miles. — Mountain God, 19.4. 1; DoJran, lO.to, 2; Adolph, 9.9, 3. 4 to 1 «gst Moun tain God. Cambric Welter, nine furlongs. — Mi- . lat, 8.7, I; Attaque, 8.7, 2: Carriole, 9.10, 3. 7 to i agst Alilet. Rosny Plate, six furlongs.— Red Dame, o.o, l; Luclna, 8.li, S; Yacamunds, 7.5, 3. 3 to l agst Red Dome.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
2 Min Observations (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

2«ii. Oftseiwtiens (Concluded.) Very orten l Hear horsemen say that when a tleld of horses are well matched, the time thev are making cuts no ftg ure a close, liard-fought finish being the things that bring out the enthusias ism. That is only partly true. Cer tainly, closely contested neats in 2mlu. 12sec or so do not inspire even the uninitiated spectators as do the same sort of heats when they are being nego 4;n«ari irnimil ') minutec 9 second S OV 2 minutes 4 seconds. Speed is a vivid, thrilling spectacle, and one needs to have no knowledge or horses in order to be exalted and inspired by terrible bursts of it /evidenced advantageously to one's vision. The motion -picture peo ple realise this Tact, and in projecting their pictures increase the speed or all the scenes. This is done by turning the machines' at a faster rate than would allow lor normal action on the part or the performers. The. action, i.e., the movement, is speeded up to give the picture additional tang and attract...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CRICKET ANOTHER ENGLISH TEAM FOR AUSTRALIA IN 1923. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

CRICKET ANOTHER ENGLrSH TEAM FOR AUSTRALIA IN 1923. At the Imperial Cricket Conference at --Lord's on Monday, Dr. , JSamsay Mailor ana Mr. Sydney Smith repre sented Australia; the Hon. F. S. Jackson. Ix-rd Hawke and L-ord Harris represented England; and Mr. H. D. Leveson Gower and Mr. P. F. Warner represented South Africa. The conference agreed to recom mend four resolutions to the Maryle l-one. CO. ? l-) To permit an extra ten min utes for the rolling of the wicket be fore each day's play when the state of the wicket renders it advisable. (2) To sanction the eight-ball over within Australia to enable visiting teams lo adopt the Australian prac tice. ' . -3) The English Board of Control tor the Tests to arrange the fixture lists for teams visiting England. (4) That England visit Australia in 1923-4, and that Australia visit Eng land in 1925.

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