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TROTTING [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 25 June 1921
TROTTING Little Possum will have a night out soon. ' ' ' ' Dingo an early place-getter. Saucy' Girl is in work again, under Walton's care. Miss Dudley a good thing. Any night now. „ . riutry wiu take out one or inese saddle events berore long. . Hull's riding of Jack Wilkcs was fit ror a Keystone comedy. Sapper will do for yours, next up. Paddy Patchem wants a good push off that mark. Jim McDonald, of tbe Stan H. rame. has gone East to view tbe nationals. Duntroon bas been disposed of by Billie Foy,' Mr.. Nortnover, or Clare mont, being tbe new owner. Directress wfll. take a power Of beating In the next trotters'; Handicap. Charlie Chaplin bas gone back to bis old home. , The Tollowing are worth bearing :n mind: Cyclone, Fair Boy, Chocolate, Sapper, and Violet Direct. At a recent meeting held by the Victorian Racing said Trotting- Club, at Richmond. S. Folland, who until recently held a licence with the W.A.T.A., finished second in an event on Rosemonde. The stewards have granted pe...
FOOTBALL E.A.F.L. "B" Grade. West Perth v. Claremont-Cottesion [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 25 June 1921
FOOTBALL — o — WJUF.W. , 'B' Grade. West Perth v. ClarwnontHCottmloe. Played at LeedervUle Oval, and a very even game rrom start to finish The final scores were: — West Perth, 9 goals 7 bhds; Clareraont-Cottesloe, 5 goals 7 bhds. Tbe Gojti&ickers tor the winners were Scot (4), Thomas \i). Denton -2-, and Gordon (1); for m.Mimnnt-rntiiiGlfu ? Annpflr f3) nnflSt (I), Gibson (1). Badd was very rast on tbe centre line; also Currie. wnitja was his flrst game, and is tbe makings or a good rootbaUer. Scott, on tbe forward line, kept up hts reputation, also Denton, Thomas, and Campbell bell their own in the ruck. Veryartt and Rogers were a solid pair on Use. back lines. daremont-cowesioe all W$-& well, but special mention for Mcljotosn, who was very fast right through the game. Others who were of good ser vice for the losers were Aonear, Car son, B. Bryant, and Gibson.
APPEAL FOR FAIR TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 25 June 1921
, APPEAL FOR FAIR TREATMENT. 'Bono': From my point or view, after many years' of service both with clubs and the League, there appears room to ask for fairer treatment of cur umpires, both by the public and those who eit upon the controlling body. Many of those alleged experts hurling Mi^«icm ot mon \fftin -fin their UtlllOSt under trying conditions to give a iair interpretation of the rules. It seems to be extremely ridiculous ror these critics to assert various men are In competent, in fact or thefact they themselves would get an awful jolt if subjected to an examination In playing rules. Most of our umpires have worked hard and faithfully in the matches entrusted to them, only to be yelled at by people who nave not made a carerul study or the rules, and many men who have an Idea or these rules smile blandly at some advice thrown to Carter, Collins, and Cooper, who must go home horribly depressed and ?roresee all sorts of trouble resulting from their lack or knowledge. Ihe central...
Axford V.C. Charged [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 25 June 1921
AXltrt, V.C. CHUN 'Spartacus': 'From what (know of Axford, in Kalgoorlie, -and of his temperament, I -must* believe - the evidence of the police.' Thus Resident Magistrate Walter summed up in the case against Ax ford, V.C., on Friday, and on this, for it could not have been on the evidence, which was all in 'Axford s favour, a conviction was recorded against that gallant soldier, and considering the bigoted antipathy «i the past of the presiding magis trate to anyone connected with La bour, the result of the frame-up on Axford was almost a foregone con clusion. Inspector O'Halloran appeared for the police, and Mr. Thomas Walker for Axford. In the first place,- the police altered the charge, and Mr. Walker objected to the vague sweep ing nature of it. Sergeant Johnston (about 16 st.j. the hero who arrestedi the 9-st. V.C, gave first evidence, and swore that Axford was singing, hooting, and shouting, that he defied him, and tried to hit him, said first he was a ringleader, and then st...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 25 June 1921
762 and 764 HAY STREET. $9 MARKET ST, FREMANTLE. ?MR. W. L. BLITJ2 may be con sulted at above addresses. YnU Upp«r or Lover D«ature, C2/10A PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. Perth Tel. A3041. Fremantle Tel. B691. I.J. BENDON SMc stores, «|i St., Fraintic
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 25 June 1921
»iramiie's Tfliier W.A.Hoey corner High & Packenham Street tie sttte. (Two Doors Westfrora William St.) . r ^f Surgeon Dentist: . '?.% HARRY BLAKELY, RDS, WA. ? Having severed his connection' 1:- with Mallan and Firth may be consulted at above address. Full Upper or Lower Deatare, C2/10A. . PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. YOU CAN SEE TIDE FOOTBALL RESULTS GEORGE ROSS THE SPORTS' HAIRDRESSER, (Next King's Tbeatre, South Terrace}, FBEMAMTUE. Call and Have a Chat on Sport.
Cityoddities. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 25 June 1921
* lityoddi-ic$. « The proprietor of the new provi sion shop in Barrack-street says no Reasonable offer will be refused. 'A scientist recently announced.' Says an English exchange, 'that 'j/ plunging the 'feet into hot water a man can double his circulation- ' Several local newspaper editors are now having hot water installations fitted to their editorial sanctums. The hand that fakes the cables fools the world. E. Rogers, the tonsorial artist at the Soldiers' Institute, is an al! round man. He takes a great in terest in all musical matters, and has a penchant for classical music. He is a personal friend of ;'Dryblower.' whom he met whilst he (Rogers) was door-keeping at His Majesty's Theatre. To thi6 interview hangs a tale, which would be worth telling A London exchange refers to the new form of labour extremely popu lar m England: 'A party of ladies is visiting London warehouses this week-end to feed cats left on pre mises during the holidays. Milk is lowered in tins, and meat thro...
Women's Wongi. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 25 June 1921
« moments RFongi. « Mr. and Mrs. S. Davis, of Cottes loe, are back from their goldnelds holiday. Seen haunting the Terrace during the week— Town Clerk Gribble, of Kalgoorlie. Hobart exchanges chronicle t.ie engagement of JMiss Sybil Drum inond, of Hobart, to 3 Freinantle gentleman, Mr. C. E. Lloyd. *!* Returned1 from the East. perZea landia— Mrs. H. Hadwen Chandler, of Qtighlan-road, Subiaco. Mr. and Mie. Arthur Willis are expected back from their journe} ings shortly. * Back in Perth, after an Eastern trip — Miss Rose Hardanan, erst while of the Base Hospital. Mrs. Dickens, her friends will re gret to hear, is an inmate of Nurse ^ Anderson's hospital. Mr. Le Soeuf hopped off the trani train yesterday, and is now back in the arms of his beloved Zoo. Professor Durack, of Allahabad, has returned to India by the Or monde, after spending a brief holi day with his relatives in Perth. 'Jimmy' Cornell, M.L.C., who re cently returned from his S'African tour, was awarded 'a soak-smoashal' by...
IMMIGRATION-IF? [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 25 June 1921
IMMIGRATION— IF? LONDON, June 25.—Percy Hunter, &nbsp; replying to an interviewer to-day, said that our history had never seen a time when the right type of immi- grant could be more easily secured from England. Everything depended on the new arrivals' reception in &nbsp; Australia.
Generals on the Terror in Ireland Turk and Zulu Out of it [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 25 June 1921
Generals on the Terror in Ireland Turk and Zulu Out of it The following is a selection from the publicly-expressed views of Bri- tish soldiers on the methods of the British Government in Ireland: — Major-General Sir Hubert Gough, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., K.C.V.O., in a letter published in the Press of 2nd March, 1921, referring to the out- &nbsp; rages of the Crown Forces in Ire- land, said: — "Law and order has given place to a bloody and brutal anarchy, in which the armed agents of the Crown violate every law in aimless and vindictive and insolent sava- gery....... &nbsp; &nbsp; "England has departed further from her own standards and fur- ther from the standards even of any nation in the world, not ex- cepting the Turk and Zulu, than has ever been known in history before." Lieut-General Sir Henry Lawson, K.C.B., in his report (published December 31, 1920) to the Peace with Ireland Council, who had dele- gated him to visit Ireland, referred to the reprisals by Cro...
IRISH SELF-DETERMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 25 June 1921
IRISH SELF-DETERMINATION. The first State Convention of the Self-Determination for Ireland League of Australia (W.A. Section) met to-day at the Hibernian Hall, and is sitting to- night. We are given to understand that the agenda paper was a formidable one, but would be finalised late in the evening. Some 80 delegates, includ- ing about a score of women, from all over the state were present. The proceedings were most enthusiastic. An announcement appears elsewhere &nbsp; directing attention to a public meeting — a demonstration — organised by the Self-Determination for Ireland League of Australia, which is being held to- morrow (Sunday) afternoon at 3 o'- clock at the Melrose Theatre. Promi- nent speakers will address an antici- pated theatreful and an "overflow" of sympathisers for Ireland in her struggle for national emancipation. The war was fought for the rights of small na- tions. Ireland is the only "white" country on the face of the globe denied the right of national s...
Wowserailitis! [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 25 June 1921
Wowserailitis ! "Aby" : Mrs. Cowan, M.L.A., has soon made her presence felt. Wish- ing to visit the fields on a propa- ganda stunt, the acid was put on the railway people, who promptly start the Trans off at 9 p.m. to suit the wowseristic tastes of W.A.'s first female legislator. We think you're a long way out, "Aby," because Mrs. Cowan has no influence with the Railway Depart- ment yet, so far as we know. In any case the 9 p.m. Trans train is most inconvenient to travellers, and we think 11 p.m. would suit all con- cerned better. We quite realise that the 9 p.m. stunt ensures travel- lers missing a last spot at the re- freshment rooms, but all the same, it runs at a time that spoils the evening for the people going and the farewelling friends as well. Surely the railway people ought to re-consider the alteration from this aspect. Anyhow, for the Lord's sake, leave Mrs. Cowan out of it, won't we get enough when the 'Ouse sits?— Ed J
A Hotel Dispute [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 25 June 1921
A Hotel Dispute Disputes often arise from very trivial causes, some so small as to make them seem almost ridiculous. There is one hotel, however, in Perth, which stands a credit to the fair city of the Swan, about which there cannot be any dispute, into which pours constantly a stream of confident visitors for accommoda- tion and refreshment, and from which every guest who leaves does so reluctantly and fully satisfied. That hotel is the SAVOY, situated most centrally in Hay -street, and presided over by Mr. J. J. RYAN, whose highly-trained staff are ar- tists in their own particular line. Chefs, waiters, house staff, bar at- tendants, all combine to make a visit to the Savoy a memorable one, for attention, superb service, and general comfort and considera- tion. There's no dispute about that.
East perth Pip suby-West Perm Wallop Perth-East Fremantile Stoush South East Perth V Subiaco West Perth v Perth PERTH OVAL. Umpire: CARTER. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 25 June 1921
East Perth Pip Suby -West Perth Wallop Perth— East Fremantle stoush South East Perth v Subiaco West Perth v Perth &nbsp; &nbsp; PERTH OVAL Umpire: CARTER. The above teams met on the Perth Oval this afternoon in the presence of a large crowd, who confidently looked forward to a fast and clean game. The ground looked in splen- did condition, after its recent top- dressing. In the home team Harrold, Giese and Walker replaced Matson, Bowtell and Sparrow, while Rodri- quez and Griffiths were absent from the visitors' ranks, their places be- ing filled by Paton and O'Rourke. The teams were: East Perth: McKenzie (capt.), Hil- ton,. Harrold, Oakley, Brentnall, Herd, King, Thomas, Allen, Hebbard, Wal- &nbsp; ker, Owens, Gepp, Giese, Groom, Scott, Maloney, and Duffy. Subiaco: Rawlings, GuhL, Ford, Out- ridge, Green, Preedy, Murphy, Sex- ton, Steele, Scaddan, Howson, Scully, Bahen, Paton, O'Rourke, Beisley, Bushell (capt.), and Eddy. The home team kicked to the east- er...
The Health of Communities IMPORTANCE OF SUNLIGHT—PURE AIR AND WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921
Tie Benin ef c«n ?nities — u — IMPORTANCE OF SUNLIGHT PURE AIR AND WATER. During many years, and especially during last batking season, many municipal councils, soldiers' associa tions, and waterside meetings -.f civi lians, have unanimously passed reso lutions, which recommend to other communities and bodies, trie health giving and life-rescue methods pub licly demonstrated gratis by the pre sident »f the Life-saving Society of ~W.A., Mr. F. I*. Wise, the Father ot .Life-saving, and ?which advocated far# greater attention being given to the health of individual men, women and children and communities also. It was very fitting, therefore, that the Governor should preside over the representative meeting held at Gov ernment House, and that that' meet ing should be addressed as to speci fic matters by eminent scientists, doc tors, generals, and Ministers of the Crown and of religion, including the Colonial Secretary, the Chancellor of the University, the Commissioner ol Public Health, ...
England's Failure [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921
nfiars Future 'Why England Fails in Ireland' is the title of a series of articles by Mr. Wm. Hard, the eminent Ameri can journalist, the xirst of which ap pears in the April number of the Metropolitan, a leading U.S. month ly. They are the fruits of Mr. Hard's investigations in Ireland!, extending over several months What struck the writer forcibly on his first visit to London was British silence about Ireland, and a Scotch man said to hi n, 'You know why the English can't understand the Irish? The English have no sense of nationality.' In Mr. Hard's view, 'the conservative Englishman is a bit outside nationalism because he is a believer in a sort of composite im perialism. And the radical English man of the Labour Party — though he vigorously protests against the methods of the British military in Ireland — is even more outside na tionalism, because he is a believer In a sort of international proletarian ism. ... I began soon to feel rather amazed that with a Britain so cap able of...
J.M. Hicks Arrives PARAMOUNT HEAD ARRIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921
J.N. flicks Arrives PARAMOUNT HEAD ARRIVES. Mr. J. M. Hicks, managing direc tor of Feature Films Paramount, Ltd., arrives per trans-train next Tuesday. His visit will be a short one only, as he leaves again at the end of the week. He is making a brief study of local business, and will take the oooortunitv of confer ring with picture and paper repre sentatives of Perth while here. His office will be at 197 Murray-street during his stay. Mr. Wilson, the genial manager of Paramount, is making all arrangements to give their head an interesting and en joyable visit.
Fortunes in Films [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921
FdrtUKSII HMS 'There is a tide in the affairs of men, which, when taken at the flood leads to fortune.' Many a man is to-day bewailing* the fact that at some1 time in his life he had passed the opportunity which raised others to affluent circumstances through a comparatively small in vestment in a proposition .giving no greater prospect than is to-day af forded to investors by the United Theatres and Films, Ltd. This is the .first attempt to estab lish the industry in Australia on a systematic basis, which cannot but spell success. The technical perfec tion of this Company's production is guaranteed through their studios, where Australian talent is sought, moulded, and encouraged, and no material is handed to .the cinemato grapher by the producer until ^ re hearsal is perfect. The United Theatre and Films, Ltd., are out to produce pictures, that will compare favourabiy with any pictures now on the market, and they assure you they can do it. * - The rapidity with which the Uni ted Th...