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Bellevue to Bayswater [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921

Bellevw to Bayswater — (By 'Box On.') That very capable pianist, Mrs. Evans, who resides at Bellevue, plays ror most of the dances there — at least for the past three months she has given every satisfaction as an accomplished dance player, being very proficient in tiie art. MIDLAND. That Midland pound-keeper should do something moce noble than sit on the opposite side of the street to an open gate waiting for one or the re spected citizen's ponies to stray out on to the streets, and then, with an over-joyful shriek of victory, rush It on' to the pound. Nothing eventuated at the last Coun cil meeting that would lead up to the It's a - Monty) to be caught in conviction of any of the boneheads. pubs on the Sabbath wben you are not a boney-fried-flsh traveller. Sloaney would have had a real good win on one of the trotters the othe* Saturday nigiH, as he fancied it very much; but as it was number nine, lie back-pedalled. Any other old number would have been quite safe. Jim, when is the b...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Subur-Banalities Belmont [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921

Subur-Banalities i ftriamrt VUMffir -By 'Solon.') Now is the time to grapple witii the mosquito pest. We cmnnot afford to nave another plague' yes mis year. The remedy is in our own bands; why uot * use it? ir necessary, Mr Chairman, way not borrow s couple or thousand pounds and start a war at once? There is no denying the tact that everybody out here would prefer to pay * 'Skeet- cr tax' than to have to tolerate a re petition of last year's misery. We know of several persons who had to go into Perm to sleep at nignt so ttust they would be assured or a night's rest. If the question is too big, or too ex ► pensive for our Board to deal with, why nof call a public meeting at nil property owners and ratepayers to deal with the matter. Delays are danger ous, and this all important matter calls fpr immediate action. How shall we act, and. when? A - We are going to have a grand fool - bill match out here next week. Don Curtis and his merry Red Castle boys are pitting themelves against th...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921

The Beer's good at the Ocldfellow's and it's always a pleasure to see Jack Visser. ^ j

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921

«y./^y L I..; - ? : ? ; ? ?_ ? ? S V 90* BXLUBLS, WJOMOHXOAL, and PAINLESS PUBBHf, DENTIST: MAflSEY CROS8E. The tfYGfiflC DENTAL WMt 134 BARRACK STREET DO HOT OOHTUSE OI7B PREMISES WITH OTHSBS CLOSE BT. THS MD8T WWrfff1^'™1 »«*'? ™ »»Mf mum. ? ^£lujS3ffi&MttHE^E^E^E^EBE^E^E^E^^K^E^B3EK*SSM J l^m^£^^^^^^^^^^^^^HH9E^^^^HBESBlE^HBl^klwQ^E»^SEVs^EW^E^E^^DfllEHE^E^E^Er m i ME^E^E^E^E^E^E^E^ETMTHEmiBirffFlE^E^E^E^BfrSi?! ii^^TiET ^B ^^ErrlEMnBlffTiTnl^HnF * ORIENT HOTEL. 4» MIIIHHBI1 UUKtC UHUMtt HUOW 8 AMD LOUNGS8. T«l. 533. DrinK SNJ Ales and Stout Seldom Equalled — Never Surpassed. COURT HOTEL Beaufort St. CON. O'BRIEN MpCARTHY'S Railway Hotel, Barraok St., Perth MBS. s. e. McCarthy, Proprietress. HOTEL PERTH BARBAOK and MUBBAY-STBEETS. The Central and MM Oommodkrai Beridential Hotel ? TaL 4188. J. J. RYAN, Proprwtor. Royal Hotel PERTH ^ ? , ^ lmpL p|nt ? Rept Quart __ Rept# Pin, Whisky, Extra Special ? il/0 C/6 Whisky, Special Scotch ? 7/9 10/3 6/3 Whisky, Old Highland ? 0/0 4...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE MIRROR JULY 2, 1921. Political Pickabacking SCADDAN ON TOP [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921

JULY 2, 1«2L HHHIII PiCklMCk SCMMNMTtr Apparently the Scaddan stunt is beyond the conjecture stage. Even the dull ears of the senile ''West Australian' have sensed the rust ling of the insect in its cooeoon, and it is but a matter of days ere the one time plain bodied and plainermind ed Labour leader emerges form the shell in. the gorgeous butterfly trap pings of an anti-Labour Premier — political first lieutenant to Big Business. - But the change in John Scaddan is a mere trifle compared with the metal metamorphoses of his associ ates. The opinion formerly held by them of Scaddan verged upon the unprintable. Scaddan once slept at his post. Scarcely a day passed but John Scaddan got a reminder of the fact; in paragraph and pun, joke and jingle, quip and cartoon the mirror was constantly held up to the then Labour leader, reminding him of the truly awful heinousness of his sin. But some five years ago all im polite references to John's stolen nap abraptly ceased. Presumably his enemi...

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) Peril v East Perth W.A.C.A. GROUND. Umpire: Carter. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921

To-day's Football Results ('The Mirrors' Special Reports) Perm viist Perth W.A.C.A. GROUND. Umpire: Garter. Perth was represented by Langlans, Uren, Hewson, Hewby (capt.), Gay nor, Rowe, Oorser, Menz:es, Evans, Love, McComiBh, Watts (2), Hoft, Bradshaw, McWilliam, Henley, and East Perth fielded Thomas, Groom, Harrold, Duffy, Hebbard, Sparrow, Oakley, Maloney, Scott, Ciese, Herd, Lynch. Gepp, King, Allen, Brentnall, Hilton, and McKenfie fcar4.lL East Perth, was first oat, followed immediately by Perth. Umpire Carter lined up both sides, and inspected their boots — looking for spikes. Perth kicked towards the river end, and through the agency of Hoft Perth made the first offensive. Perth was first to score, Albert Watts from a /Tree kicking a good goal within ii min utes of starting. Another goal came from Evans, who picked up smartly, and booted a left-footer. i£asts made a forward move but no score was made. Menzies relieving for the red !e££. Soccer tactics were popular. The play w...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A GOOD LIAR [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921

A GIN llir The definition of a good liar is 'one who can take a portion of truth and so embroider it with fic tion that it appears to be one piece.' One man was asked if he did not consider Billy — no, not Hughesi — a first-class liar. 'No,' he replied: 'f.fier-- is not enoue-h truth in his whole body to make a decent lie of.' If you were told that fight in the heartof Perth you could find a modern hotel, with fine roomy bal conies, smoking and reading rooms ? ^ on each floor, with lovely clean bed- ** rooms and fireplaces in each, per haps you would think that at las^ you had met a fair liar. If he also said 'that the room furnishings were new and spotlessly clean, ana that it would be waste of time to look for either dirt or vermin, because they did not exist. Also that the attendance was perfect, that any thing in reason in the way of good food and liquor, good company, and cosy fires, we all to be had at a most reasonable figure, you would feel quite sure that you had at last fo...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Eastern Football HALF-TIME SCORES. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921

Eastern Fooltxill — vs ? HALF-TIME SCORES. South Adelaide, -7. 8; Gleneig, 2.5. West Adelaide, 3.5; Torrens, 3.9. Port Adelaide, o.s; Norwood, 2. 8. FINALS. South Ade'aide 15. tf-; Clentlg:, 4.7. West Adelaide,' (i. 10; Tormis, 5.10. Port Adelaide, ia.lt; INorwood, 5.16.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Before the Judgement Seat THE TRIAL OF THE TOURISTS. SIRJIMMY MITCH AND CO. A.W.L. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921

Bdtrt lie JMgMil tort THE TRIAL OF THE TOURISTS. ' SIRJHOJY MITCH AHD CO. . - A.WX. (By ^Associate.') P' The Truant Couit^was -crowded to ' its very utmost when the jury, after some hours' consultation, v& turned to the Com? to ^ive ihfiir ' v^dictii the most %^m-aftti&, ever %eakd in Australia. '%? , ' V The five accused men— Mitchell, Broun, Ccdel»tcM&ale\v and Scad dan— filed infe- the btxjg ,#j} wearing a look of cheerful optimismA.' A deep .silence reigned over the Court as the Clerk' of Arrainges ask ed^ how t&e jury found, :. :-. :, -../;? 'GuHty -m all counts and charges,, but Maley is recommended to mercy' *? on account of his political youth, and that he has been led away *y his oner companions?' The judge— taxpayers and con-' sumers— asked. if jany of , the prison ers had anything i» say. in mitiga tion of their sentence. Mitchell (serene and, sleepily) said: 'I would plead my optimism, my '- deep desire to further my country.' .*? (Laughte...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
EAST Fremantle V West Perth FREMANTLE OVAL. Umpire: Toll [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921

Etst fraHitie v West Peril FBEMANTLE OVAL. Umpire: ToU The sky was overcast and clouded when the above teams met this after noon on the Fremantle Oval. A great game was expected as both these teams have been playing great foot ball ot late, an-i are both well up on the premiership list, Easts leading and Wests being third. Lawn and Wicks replaced Bullmore and Carlson in the home team, and in the' ranks of the visitors S. Tyson, Jones, and Braithwaite replaced W. Wimbridge, Wicks, CastineUi, Craig, S. Tyson, Dans and GosnoiL Toll had charge of the whistle, and the teams were: — West Perth kicked towards the hos pital end. The home team from the bounce commenced an offensive which lasted for some time, till Sbeedy and Soutar brought the ball away. Sou tar was putting in good work around the centre, whilst on the wing. Len. Brown was doing ? many fine things for Old Easts. Seven minutes had elapsed before the first point was scored, Gallagher sending it through. The same player added-a...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
S'Will and Republicans [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921

SWiliiiiRepiMiciis 'Cli': The other evening S'will and Sir 10-ft. Ned Wittenoom were the guests of honour at a Chinese banquet to celebrate the tenth vn mversary of the Chinese Republic. S'will made his usual happy speech, and, parenthetically, we might say that the splash-up generally reflected greai create on tne committee of tne WA.. Branch of the Chinese Na tionalist Party. We have seen many celebrations of this nature, but none of them can compare with the ele gance of the menu, the dressing of the guests, and the eloquence of the speakers— both Chinese and Eng lish. Space forbids a detailed re port of the proceedings; suffice it to say, that among others, Mr. Harry Mann, the member for Perth, in his opening remarks, drew. forth an in terjection which convulsed the au dience. Harry referred to his close connection with the Chinese in Perth for the last twenty years, and this brought forth the retort, 'By Oli', yes.' Incidentally, the speaker referred to local Chinese residents ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Subiaco V S. Fremantle SUBIACO OVAL. Umpire: Wily. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921

Siliflcovs.Frwaille . SUBIACO OVAL. Umitre: WOdy. The attraction of the South Fre niantle-Subiaco clash proved stronger than the deterring effect of the rain and as a consequence a good attend ance turned up at Subiaco Oval. Su biaco stripped a very reoresentative team, while in the red and white ranks Kenny and Hardiman replaced Adams and Baker. Tha home team took the field on time, closely follow ed by the seasiders. rhe teams were: Subiaco: Bushell (capt.), Bahen, Hdwson, Guhl, Sexton, Steele, Ford Green, Scully, Eddy, Outridge, Raw ungs, Preedy, Beisley, Rodriquez, bcaddan, Veryard, and O'Rourke. South Fremantle: Cain (capt.) Gun nyon, Sunderland, Lutey, Bateman, S?,cks- ™_ Hiendricks, Campbell (2), Giles, Chalmers, White, Callow, Haw kins, Kenny, Hardiman, Tuxford, and xoulden. Subiaco were on the aggressive right from the bounce, and Eddy, out of a scramble, opened the scoring sheets with a minor. Bahen brought down a nice mark, but hit the post, immediately he took another go...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Blame the Lumpers! "THE BAMBRA" AND SOME CARPET KNIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921

BIhw flte infers ! 'THE BAMBRA'AND SOME CARPET S3HHHCTS. 'Marcus': The dayiie Press has for so long been frightening the law-abiding people of the West with tales of Northern Bolshevism at Darwin and Wyndham that it is re freshing to hear the calm and un hysterical truth about the s.s. Barn bra's alleged forced Heaving of. the Kimberley port, with a large quan tity of her cargo undischarged, ' on account of the exorbitant demands of the wharfies. The fact is that the Bambra on her last trip to Wynd ham carried general cargo and 370 tons of cement. All her general cargo and 350 out of the 370 tons of ce ment were unloaded, and then the skipper decided it would pay better to leave the twenty tons on board than to miss the jtide. Anyone who knows anything of the Nor*-West ports fcnows that only at tugh tide can. they be approached, and to miss one tide is to lose a day. The 'large quantity' of cargo left on board amounts to 20 tons of ce ment, and it was to save the State steamer a day...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Position of Clubs. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921

Position of Clubs. I' W. L D Pts. For Ag E. Fremautle 9* 8 1 — - 32 498 331 East Perth .9 5 i — 20 171 450 West Perth .8 4 4 1 18 471 490 Subiaco . .9 3 5 1 14 511 OOfi S. Kremaulle 9 3 0 — 12 567 580 Perth . . .9 3 6 — 12 511 575 Leading Goal-Getters. H. Campbell (S.F.) .. 34 Evans (P.) ? 27 Baheu -S.) ? '20 Bidstrip (E.F.) .. .. 16 Gallagher (E.F.) .... 16 Owens (E.P.) ? 14 Wimbridge (W.P.) .. 13 Sheedy (W.P.) ? 13

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Change o'er the Scene [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921

A Clime o'er tit scat 'Tyke': Those readers of our daily morning newspaper whose eyes usually drift along to a column headed 'Ireland.' have been greatly shocked at the lese majeste shown by the 'West Australian' in its references dur ing the past week to De Valera, the President of the Irish Republic. You remember — you all remember — a week or two back, the 'West' with every typographical weapon at its command, did its best to ridicule this gentleman, and to-day we fin4 the paper turning around, and on every occasion prefixing his sur name with that little mark of re spectability, 'Mr.' Of course, it is only a little thing, a matter dike this,, but it shows that even our great morning daily realises the truth of that gentleman's power in the English-speaking world of to day. Those of our readers who nre not conversant with matters there, should remember that at the gene ral elections held in Ireland last month, Mr. De Valera, in addition to winning his own seat in the Southern Hou...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921

7 ALES /STOUT For all tie best in /'^ SEEDS|«li PIANTS FOR GARDEN. FARM AND STATION. Illustrated5 Catalogue Sent POST : FREE on application- -. Business Address: 300 and 402 Wellington Street PEBTS, WJL

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921

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COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921

COMMENTS. - Hurdle Race.-^-Battle Eve shot to the front at the 'Go,' and leading to the jump in front of the stand where he came a cropper. At tnis stage Silent Tom, took charge from High Hand. Barlo-werie, and Non plussed, going down the back stretch Lord Cooltrim came to grief, where Valloz pulled tip. At the far home turn High Hand was still in front, with Silent Tom dose up, and going on High Hand won by. 11 Jengthe, with Silent Tom six lengths in front of Nonplussed. Carngham was fourth, Barlo-werie m the order, and Park Leaf, who also finished. Bet ting: 2 to 1 Silent Tom, fours High Hand, fives Nonplussed, sevens Bat tle Eve and Laroon, tens others. First Class Plate.— Seven useful sprinters formed a smart field. Sit tella was first out from Venetian King, Spanish 'Prince, Persian Belle, with Cherso, who moved off slowly, last. Approaching the home turn Sittella was still in charge, with Persian Belle making a run. Cnce into the straight it was all over, Sit tella winning in ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Canning Park Gallops Exciting Finishes Books Badly Bested [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921

cmiM Mrt EAClIilf FillSl€S SHIS Mflf BtStCfl The Canning Park Race Club had every reason to be pleased with to day's meeting despite the heavy rain that fell overnight. The attendance was quite up to the usual standard, and the seven-event programme broueht forth excellent racing. The ? track was in good racing 'condition, ? though sKghtly on the heavy side, F but had little effect on the good k : times recorded. ? ? * In the Second Class Plate, Hos I kuJNhe rider of Lock Master, lodg I ed a Protest against the winner, I *' Bonnie Lad. Protest dismissed. An K inquiry was opened into the running I ' of Turin, and adjourned till Monday. I Wally Sibbritt and Sammy BowTer I . each rode a double on the day. f . HURDLE MCE. I * Of 90 sovs/ . About two miles. I R. Burns' High H«n4, by Padding I urn— High Life, 11. 11 (Bennett) 1 I Sflept Tom, 9.0 (Leonard) .... 9 I * Nonplussed, to. 13 (O'Rourtce) .. 3 I Oilier starters: Laroon, 10.10 I (Spiers); Carngham, 9.10 (Maries): I Barto-werle, 9.6...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 2 July 1921

GRAND CENTRAL COFFEE PALACE. WELLINGTON-ST., PERTH. Under the Management of OLIVER REES (Late of Merredin). Stcond-Rand ears Hudson Super Six, 7-seater, as good ? as new; painted royal blue. Seat covers. Overland 90 Model, practically new ; purchased in Sydney few months ago; only done 6,000 miles; beautifully painted, nickle finish. Ovdtiand 90 Model Tyres like new. Will repaint if. required. Complete in every detail. Overland 90 Model Just out of paint-shop; new hood; seat covers; large tool box; three new tyres, two really good. Stndebaber, 4 cylinder, 7 seater, seat covers, tyres good; nickle fin ish. An ideal car for hire work Hupmobfle, late model; just been thoroughly overhauled; will repaint to suit; electric equipment; in per fect condition.' Maxwell, 26 ; fully equipped, ready for the road, at a bargain price. Fords : We have several good cars cheap. TERMS MAY BE ARRANGED ON ANY OP THE ABOVE CARS. 3obn$ontBradkv $ Williams, Ctd 41-47 Pier-st, Perth SAFE, QUICK, ENJOYABLE M...

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