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OUR ANNIVERSARY [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

OUR ANNIVERSARY 'The Mirror' sustains its first an niversary on the 30th June. In view ©f the fact that our birth was the signal for a plethora of dismal pro phecies from friends and others — none of whom promised us longevity — we must be forgiven if we feel tempted to mount our dung-hill and give veu- to a few crows. However, it has been decided to reserve the crowing tor some extra-special celebrations, which, we flatter ourselves, will make our first anniversary an event long to be remembered. The details will be re served for our next issue, wkich, we can promise our million readers, will be a full and faithful money's worth.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
NO WONDER HE, GROWS—LOOKWHAT THEY FEED HIM ON! [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

NO WOliPEB HE, PROWS— 1.OOKWHAT THEY FEED HIM ON!

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

CHART OF MATCH RESULTS. ; SeorM in Brerj €hua« played in First «nd Second Sounds. OXTJB. E.P«rtk. E.FM»'tk P«rth- SnbiMo. W. Partb S.Frem'tlo For Agst For | Agst For I Agst For Agst For Agst For Agst 36 5-5 «'U 8-11 8'6 816 5'6 711 911 9T East Perth ... j 55 36 2-7 3« 510 1110 4*5 64 ! 3*2 712 East Framurtte ? ^ «_ 8*11 611 36 28 3*8 1416 6*6 5'9 813 910 Polk — _^^^^^^^^^___ _____ _____ ___ ? ? i ? j ? ' _ __ ^ 816 86 1110 5*10 1416 3'8 716 810 1 713 8? ^ ^ 7nl j.. s-4 i.j yj j.6 8.M -.16 g.1O g.5 * ^PVk PBrtB *** -? r7~ *11 712 32 910 813 8'9 713 6'5 810 ^ttttffn-Md-ki Ver parpoMt of reference watoh this' Chart each week.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
W.A.F.L. "B" Grade. C.Y.M.S. v. West Perth [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

WJLF.L. 'B» Grade. C.Y.M.S. V. West P«i.th Played at Perth Oval, and resulted in a victory for the. C.Y.M.S Final scores were: C.Y.M.S., II goals 16 bhds; west Perth, 6 g^als 9 W.0s Goalkickers for the winner* were Outridge (4), Quintain, w. Wo^ thorpe, P. Woodthorpe, Martin E*an O'Brien, and Raphael, one each For Wests: Scott kicked -fpur goals out ot the six. .' . , The best' player? for the winners were Woodthorpe (2), Marknam. Ra phael, Slattery, . Hennessy, Gallagrhtr, and i. Ryan; for the losers Scott, Knight, Thomas, Veryard, Rogers, ana others.

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

BILLIARDS ^# ? NEW SNOOKER RULES. One of the points in the old rules of snooker which cause! a lot of dis cussion was that relating to the 'in- tentional miss.' The interpretation was not very clear, it being generally left to tjic marker to decide, as a matter of fact rather than of law. In some rooms an idea crept in that the striker in his* attempt to hit a ball should at least fire past the ball he was on. This matter has been more clearly defined in the new ruler by statins that 'a miss is a stroke where the cue ball tails to touch any other ball; or where the cue ball is struck more than once before contact with another bail.' The new penalty for a miss (whether the cue ball go into into a pocket or is forced off the table) is four points, or the value of the ball the striker was on. Thus if a red ball is missed the penalty is four points to opponent's score, instead of one point, as in the old . rules. The idea is to even up on misses and make tbe striker endeavour to come in...

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

Eastern Foothill ADELAIDE. Norths, 9.16, drew with Wesis. n.4. Ports, il.19, beat Torrens, C.ll. South, 11.12, beat Norwood, 7.C. Sturts, 16.19, beat Glenelf, 6.10.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PORTING ARENA BOXING THE THE HEAVYWEIGHT BATTLE FRANCIS DEFEATS GRAHAM. A DING-DONG 20 ROUND SCRAP. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

SPORTING ARENA BOXING — o — THE IEAVYWEKIT BJUTLE FRANCIS DEFEATS GRAHAM. A DING-DONG 20-ROUND SCRAP. About a fortnight ago Sid Francis and Frank Graham put up a fitte and even fight in His Majesty's which re sulted in a draw. Paddy JBasto de clared that he could not separate the men, at the conclusion of a strenuous ty-foueht contest. Francis was obvi ously not in condition that -would car ry him through a 20-round bout at the time, for in the last four or five rounds on that occasion^ he was miss ing badly, and so gave away the ?ad- vantages he gained earlier in the bat tle. ^However, the Perth Promoting Co. lost no time in announcing a fur ther meet of these two exponents of the 'fistic art, and on Wednesday night Graham, turning the scale at 11.10, met Francis, 11.2, for the second time. The attendance was excellent, despite the fact that some strong counter attractions were on. The Nor thaanr races certainly interfered with the fixture, and the Mclntosh Memor ial Ball at Govern...

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

FRANCIS INTERVIEWED. Immediately after the fight 'The Mirror' representatives proceeded to Francis' training rooms, and tried to convey congratulations to the victor. In doing so they bad io practically fight their way into the room whilst it took some persuasion to even get past Trainer Carter, woo, .n his anx iety to shelter his man from the rush ' ot people like ourselves, .'.'roved a bur ly sort of door attendant. Having seen enough stoush delivered, we were in no mood to stop any further jabs or crosses, and consequently made a hurried apoointment for Thursday -morning. 'Well, how are you this morning?' we asked Sid as we .struck him at his rooms. 'Oh, not too bad.' 'You don't look too much knocked about, anyway/' -—..... 'Oh, no; I am -a very quick healer,' . and cerftainly Sift Francis didn't look as if he had been through a strenu ous 20-round contest the night before. He appeared to be as fit as the pro verbial .fiddle, and was disinclined to say much regarding the fiprht i...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CYCLING NORTH SUBURBAN'S 25—MILER. WON BY H. SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

CYCLING NORTH SUBURBAN'S 2B-MILER. WON BY H. SMITH. — ?%*— In front or a large crowd, 34 riders faced the starter, over a 25 miles' course from Victoria Park to Kelms cott and return. Four oempetitors ?were unfortunate enough to fall at Can ulngton on the outward journey, and the injuries sustained by- Molloy. neces sitated a doctor's aid and some stitches. Two others got locked together at Cos nells, and in the resultant fall esacped ' with minor scratches. Punnures itrvkro 3tl«fi i-ARnnnKihlf* ffil* llint* lwfn-r put out of possible places. The win ner Hails from Fremantls and won by about 36 yards. The places were filled by:— H. Smith (handicap 8m. 30 see.}. riding tiem lb 13m 57 s ? 1 W. Weir (12.30) -.18.3 ? 2. F.Watson (13) i. 18.50 ? 3 L. Sowden (8.30) 1.15.35 .. .. ??» \V. H. Shade (1.30) 1.8.56 .: .. 5 E. Clarke (1.30) i.8.57 ? 6 J. B. Weir (4.30) 1.11.58 .. .. 7 W. Simtta, frQui scratch, secured 8th and rastest time hi* 1.7.39. To-morrow morning, leaving the G.l».O. at 10....

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

ALHAMBRA BARS ROYAL ARCADE. M. DE PEDRO . . . Proprietor. Free Lunch. Finest wines.

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

GALLOPING JUNE FIXTURES. W?A. — 25th. Belmont. victoria. — 22nd, Epsom; 2 5th, Moo nee Valley. ?N.S.W. — iTjth aud i!7Ui, Rosehill. S.A. — I'TtlJ, S.A. Tatts. What price the chance.' or a W.A. owned horse winning one ot the Eastnrii cups? We are well represented this year — Kuryllnnif., Easingwold, Jolly inosy, Barrajrundi, and P. A. Connolly's recent English importations. , July racing fixtures in the metropolis: 'J, Canning:' '?'. Goodwood; 1--, Helena Valo; !?:{. -jod\vu--d : an-l.Mo. Canning-. caulfleld and Melbourne Cup weight* to be declared noj latT than 10 a.m. on Monday, June 27. Gatuick's showing suggests that tve will be heard to advantage shortly. Canning programme Cor July 2: — Hurdles of £90. ahout two miles; First class Plate, or £90, si.v furlongs; Sec ond Class Plate, of £70, six furlong.*; July Handicap, or £100, 1J miles; Tilini Class Plat-», of 170, seven furlongs; and WoltT, of £80. about, one mile and 1 50 yards. dominations close on June £0. . 1 To Encourage J...

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

TROTTING w ? — No trotting: till June 25. Young carmtcnael rode a slashing race on Directress, and very unlucky to be beaten. Say next up, boy. Almost Dixie pulled out again. Sue Avon'l keep for ever. Who was the dirly skunk thai pinch ed the wheels from Craven's spider? Now then, Mr. Vane, trail 'em. Nasty Rill went well first up. Will oo we iaue oui snoruy. Charlie. Chaplin is an a verv nice mark, thank you. Miss Dudley will do Tor ours next .start. Charlie Thoams a double — the flrst and last. Land breeze will pay to follow. Charming: Don — we were charmed with your introduction. Dick WHkes again — and very soon too. St. Peter — petered out. Captain Marryatt — who is it, j-ou or the driver? lownit at last. Do it again Harry, it's not oui of your turn. Look Out and Divine Bells in places again. Good money this place get ting. Did you get Miss Alto — any night now. Ventilate did it right for once. Little Cleve goes Fieldwards. Charlie Thomas heads the list of suc cessful reinsmen w...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Stocks and Ties SUPERLATIVE CHIG. Organdie Pleated For Choice. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

Stocks and Ties — -u, ? . SUPSBLA13VE 4HIG. Organdie Pleated For Choice. Remembering the eternal import ance of trifles it is riot to be wonder ed at that the French. insist on em phasising that very ©kl theory tiiat two frocks are enough for Any sniart woman, provided ;she knows what to wear with them in the way of ,fur bishings. -Neckwear has always H&k- ed with the essentials, and roe French, above all others, have esti mated a white or ivory touch asset the throat at its full valuation. Neckwear is fascinating in Its new old phases. The stock is an ancient of days satorially, but a deft touch here and there in the present mo ment revivals make them acceptable items of charm. Black 'cire, satin/ or grained silk supply the neck twist and tiie generous bow, but the lace jabot or fall beneath is an exquisite addition, giving owners of real lace trifles much opportunity to air their treasures. Tiny mull turnover collars are also used with these stocks of black, in which case ...

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 — 18 June 1921

films, Footlights, Plays and Play^#s Theatricalisms a£ CONDUCTED BY 'ALLAN' Rliii Phases and Facts 'Lightnin1,' is Williamson's next. With 'Welcome Stranger' to fol low. *, '' . «~ & * ~~°^ Aallfette Kellerman. and Company will come Westward shortly. Elton Black's sketch, 'Sure Thing,' was one of his best offerings here to date. Peppy sketches are alMJ^s acceptable, Elton. We were very disappointed to find that Dorothy South, the 'Irene' of the Sydney and Melbourne sea son, had not made the trip across to the West. We would like to hear more from that Shaftesbury Quartette. The voices are there, and songs are plen , tiful; it only means a little more practice; then let the audience do the rest. Last Sunday evening the Doris Deary Complimentary attracted a big house, despite the fact that rain , fell consistently before the doors were opened. This shows what effi cient organising can achieve. Peter Brooks, the fashion-plate te nor, now of the Shaftesbury, was at one time a fi...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Feed the Brute ! Appetite Appeasers [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

Feed the Brute ! &p petite ttppeasers Marrow Pie. — Stew some marrow and rub it through a sieve. To each cupful of this add 1 small cup ful of milk.. 1 egg, well beaten, little sugar and spice, nutmeg, or ground ginger to flavor well. Line a sand wich tin with pastry, fill with the mixture, cover with a layer of the paste, and bake slowly. ??? — o— Dried Fig Jam. — Soak lib. of dried figs iu 1 quart of water all night. In the morning put on to boil, add an other quart of water, and let it boil for two hours. Then add 41b. of sugar, and boil for another hour. This will make about 81b. of jam. A little preserved ginger chopped up and allowed to boil with the figs for the last hour of cookinsf is an im provement. A Tasty Breakfast Dish.— Quite a cheap and dainty breakfast dish can be made from two calves' sweet breads. Soak for an hour in cold water, then put on in clean water, add some onion and herb seasoning, and boil for an hour, or till tender. Then drain and skin them and...

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

Hair and tke Care of it 'Women wash their hair too fre quently,' says an expert. Once every three months is said to be sufficient. Frequent washing causes baldness. Some hair it dries out, washes all the nourishment away from it; it be comes brittle and breaks off, the ends split, the colour fades and the gloss goes. It becomes excessively dry hair, or no hair at all— bald.* Other haar will have its glands weakened by frequent washing. Then you have oil overflow. Two or three days after vou have washed your hair, it's as oily as ever. The weak glands may not have been caused bv too frequent washing, they may have been caused by your general condition of health, but washing your hair only makes those glands worse. They have to be stren gthened, so that they'll close up their little mouths and keep the oil where * it belongs. Oil overflow changes the colour, too; darkens it for several inches. You don't need to wash ypurhau to keep it clean. You can keep it shining clean with the righ...

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

HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE J. 6. WILLIAMSON'S BIG MUSICAL SUCCESS, 'IRENE*' The Comedy That Made Sydney and Melbourne SIT UP AND TAKE NOTICE. And Likewise th« Huge Audience at His Majesty's Last Evening. Because it's the Musical Comedy Supreme PLANS at NICHOLSON'S. Day Sales at Theatre Confectionery. Governing Director ? Harry G. Musgrove. MONDAY TO FRIDAY ?^_^^^_^_a^u|p^^___j^_^M__*^^__^~^_^k_«|^_____«_(a^y_^|g^_^__^^_^_^_ f^Mv ^??TkBBfl^hflMBMMfeBiMBYHU.Bk mM*M|^am |H^ It goes like a streak of lightning! Leaves a trail of mystery, Sf drama, comedy and tbrills you won't want to foryct. Enacted right in the heart of Frisco's Chinatown! — Also — 'THE KALDA RUBY,' Two- Reel Secret Service Drama. 'VAMP'S AND' SCAMPS,' Two-Reel Comedy. MUSIC BY NATIONAL ORCHESTRA 2.30 and 8 p.m. Conductor ? Harold Betteridge. Director: J. C. Williamson Films. Manager ? Jack Watts. MONDAY. JACK PICKFORD in the Screenart Drama, 'A DOlMC-Dpl Deceiver' With Sennett Comedy, 'MOVIE FANS.' WEDNESDAY. PEGGY HYLAND '...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Royal's New Manager. MUSGROVE, JUN., TALKS OF FUTURE PLANS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

The Ktfii's New Mutter MUSGROVE, JUN., TALKS OF FUTURE PLANS. 'is^Mr. Jack Musgrove in?' '\es. He's upstairs in his of fice,'' answered little Miss Dainty, who lets you up the grand stairway at the Theatre Royal, to my query, 'but,' she added 'he is frightfully busy. This is only his second day in Perth.' 'Thanks, I'll try my luck.' So up the steps I toddled, and up to the office door labelled Manager. There 1 sighted the familiar face of Mr. jack Musgrove, son or riarry Musgrove, the big chief of the First National concern, which has now a jink in its chain of first-class movie houses here. First a little private chat, and then right down to splid business. I started off with my usual 'open- er.' 'What do you think of our city?' 'f thought vou'd ask me that. Well, to be candid. I like Perth, like it very much. It's quite, no doubt. You have to make your own pace, as the bo3Ts would say. Good', that's, what I like. I hate to see the 'bUnd' hustle and bustle, which a few of our other...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
OUR LOS ANGLES LETTER Los Angeles, March 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

OUR 10S ANGELES iETTE* (Exclusive to 'The Mirror.') Ijos Angeles, March 20th. All hats vroro thrown up in the ftorma Talmadg-e camp this week, owing: to the fact that her latest Joseph M. Schenek's production. 'The Passion Flower,' has been finally completed, and is now ready Tor release on the 'First Na tional' time. Owing to legal squab bles the finishing touches were not add ed to the production until many montns after, the 'shooting' .was completed. The trouble arose when the holder or stage rights, -who translated the pro duction from Spanish to the Enirltsh language, sought to prevent Schenck from filming- the production. Schenck, in his turn, secured the 'rights' from one Gonzalez, who held the author's papers. The whole bubble ended In the court 'releasing' the feature, thus thet rejoicing. n the above case, which Is one or lite bigcest or the day, the Judge denn ed for all concerned what a motiot picture really Is (that is to the legal world i : 'A. motion picture pia.v is ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Comedian Connolly's Concoction A CHAT WITH KEITH ANENT HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 18 June 1921

CMKIH I CMMU'S CMCtCtitl fL CHAT WITH KEITH ANENT TTTMft«r.g 'Laugh and the wctld laugh with you., weep and you weep alone; that's my motto. As a ?matter of fact, i get pud by tire management to make their patrons laugh— «c why should I be sad?'. That's l«ow Keith Connolly, the popular comedian at the Shaf tea- bury Theatre, started off a ciiat. wrtiT'The Mirror' scribe. 'viru^n AiA vmi start vour stage career?' * . 'At the *arly age of five, al though since that time I have spent only the i^st few years on the stage. My mother and father were both well estabrched in the theatrical business, so I supose it's only na tural that the sister and I shorn I carry on-' 'When did you re-take to the pro fession?' 'in :«-i*tfcinber, 1919, when I joined tie Royal Strollers as a comedian. - That was a short time after my return from the war. . The company vreie in Brisbane at jthe time, and had suffered a sad loss from their ranks in the person of Fred. Arthur, who pasa-sd away, and who was ove...

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