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LEEDERVILLE OVAL. Umpire: Carter. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921
£eedervxlle oval. - -: Umpire: Garter. A large crowd attended the Leeder ville O*al this afternoon to witness the clash of the above teams. The weather was perfect, and Ahe oval was in splendid condition. In the home team Dans and GosneUs replaced Ang win arifl Austin, while in the ranks of the visitors Kennedy .replaced Bushc-H. The teams were as follow: . ? West Perth: Cheedy, Prazer, Tyson, Burke, Clarke, Craig. Soutar (capt.), Taylor, E. Moore, Wimbridge, Pyshe, Boyd, Braithwaite, Blundell, Jones, Gosnells, S. Tyson, and Dans. Subiaco: Veryard. Guhl, Rawlings, Ford, Green, Preedy, Scully. Steele, Sexton, Seaddan, Beislev. Howson, Bahen, Rodriquez, Outrldge, Eddy, Kennedy, and Godber. Following the bounce, play was mainly of an up and down nature cril Tyson drew nrst blood Tor Wests, rais ing the full points with a snap shot. The cardinals continued on the offen sive, and goals were scored for them by Moore and Braithewaite. Subiaco, however, now' took a hand, and Bahen (from a f...
AN OPEN LETTER To the W.A. Football League [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921
AN 0PM LETTER n tie W.A.JFMIMU im|k Gentlemen, — The other night a cqmmitteeman of yours got up on his hind legs in your committee-room and said: 'Mr. Chairman, we're advertising in fourteen papers, an' I move that v/c cut 'arf of 'em out.' On behalf of the Press of West-' ern Australia, we desire to say some? thing in return. . NOT on our own behalf. Mr Committeeman, Mr. Chairman, and Mr. ^General Public. NOT on our behalf. To emphasise the NOT, we are prepared to make this offer^ if the WA.F.L. show dinkum evi dence of a realisation of what we've got to say hereafter, we undertake to publish as big-sized an advt. in our columns as they give -to any other paper GRATJS for the rest of the season. What we have to say is just this: — The WA.F.L. get ten times a better deal for their money from the Press of W.A. than any other advertiser. Incidentally, they don't advertise in 'The Mirror' at all, so they get an infinitely better deal from us than they're worth as ad vertisers. We don't...
FREMANTLE OVAL. Umpire: Collins. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921
— w— ' FREMANTLE OVAL. Umpire: Collins. Weather conditions were O.K. at starting time. Perth fielded tJren, Hewson, Hew by (captain), Gaynor, Rowe, Corser, Menzies, Evans, Love, McComish. Watts (2), Hoft, Bradshaw, Henley/ HaU, McAuliffe, and McKenzie. East Frenaantle: Brown, Burns, CasteneJli, Cinoris, Clarlte, Gallag her, Ion, Lawn, 'Lowe, McGuihness, Mudie, Rawlinson Smith Strang, Talbot, Truscott (captain ),. Wicks, and Bidstnp. , Play was five minutes late in starting. Eas^ Fremantle kicked towards the hospital. Hall scored for Perth a point. Play in this quarter was verv scrambling and poor. McCo mis'h for Perth as rover did very well, as did Gordon Watts, while Cinpris, Ion, and Brown were con spicuous lor Easts. East's mark ing was poor.,Perth spoilt many chances of increasing their score by adopting finnicky passing. At the bell the scores were: — j Easts, 3,3 m&te), ^ ^ ? ^.. Perth, 1.2 (8pts). Goalkickersv — Easts: Bidstrip, Lawn. Perth: G. Watts. The second term ...
Sham Loyalty [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921
Sim Ifflplly ? O ? 'Scrutator': Is it not about time that those shoddy loyalists with their leagues. ? etc., should be count ed out? All these hysterical relics of the gr&rt slaughter should be put in the back ground, and the self advertising, profiteering devils who are the head and front of these loy alty stunts should be relegated to the only place they are fit for— boob. The way they have robbed the pub lic all through the war should put them there. These loyalty leaguers are* full brothers to those who are .constantly trying to stir up sectar ian troubles amongst the people of this fair land, and it is about time that the people took a 'tumble' and stopped it once for all. What sort of an ' Empire is it, anyhow, that the people composing it have con stantly to be whipped up to ?how their loyalty to it? These loyalty stunts are ridiculous, and are only trotted out to hide the misdeeds of the -disgraceful brutes. v?ho. during the war, took down the soldiers' wives and rel...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921
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Goldfields Racing [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921
Goidfidds Racing BOULDER, Saturday. — Following are the results or events run at the Boulder meeting to-day: — . Second Division Handicap, six fur tongs: — AH Colours 8.1, 1 ; Killogie, S.7. 2; China Town; 7.10, 3. Other .starters: Green Lady. 9.7; Scotch Tart, 8.10; Helwan, 8.4; Specifldge, 8.0; Miss Point, 7.12; Reconnoitre, 7.9; Substract, 7.4. 2 to 1 agst AU Colours. - Third Division Handicap, six fur longs. — Zeeholm, 7.10, 1; No Hurrv, 7.10, S; Master Super, 8.12, 3. Other starters: Maltlean, Melton King, 9.0; Polynol. Maundiell, 8.12; Lochite, 8.7; Coondoo, Reproval, Grenfore, 8.3; Ty ana, 8.2; In Charge, 7.7; Arguer, 7.2 6 to 1 agst Zeeholm. Fourth Division Handicap, seven fur longs. — Greenwing, 9.1, i; Annie Doiir 8.6, 2; Lady Zeus, 8.2, 3. Other start ers: Postal Union, Young Garryowen 9.0; Mystical Roje, 8.12; Queen Thes sa!y, 8.10; Myrtle Doon, 8.4, Pardona, 8.3; Roydelis, 8.2; Pistol Pete, 8.1; Master Bertram, Scotch Grit, 8.0; BU lee Burke, 7.12; Permando, 7.10; Miss ...
Goodwood Gallops Golden Bond the Handicap A Nine Event Bean & Feast URABILLA BOOM BUSTS [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921
GflllOPS CfUClMMtle BlMiCli AM* Evat leu tFetsl URABILLA BOOM BUSTS. ~ ..- Under Goodwood weather condi tions the Club held another of its many successful meetings. Owing to the large number of ac ceptors it necessitated a nine ? ' events3 programme. As usual, the jniblieHtferned up in large numbers j, t to this popular .course. The track was on the heavy side, which accounted for s some slow times, bat exciting finishes. Mr. Alex- Clydesdale, who had charge, saw that the sporting public was not wanting on the day. SECOND CLASS PURSE. First Division. or 7© 'sovs. ''* Nine furlong's. B. h. Clarkson's Fatalist, by One Away^-Mlss Mllly. 8.12 IWhe Ian) ? * Wattle Lear. 8.4 (Tully) .. ? ?? ? Golden Pledge, *. 3 (Jeffery) . . ..- 3 . Other starters: Waxpalm, 8.12. (Hill); Olio, 8.12 (Money); CbiddUe, g.ll -(Chandler); Loch Elvie} 8-11 (Bowler); Orel Kins. «?« vStt-- tiritt); Bobtnsld, 8.8 (Bennett); ^Le Lac, 8.6 (Dillon); Park Lear, 8.4 (Blake); Floanton, 8.3 (HydeH Louis Lome. 8.3 ILuff)...
A Y.M.C.A. 'Ramp' [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921
AY.M.C.A. RiBj The latest method of raising money to be adopted by the Young Men's Catdh All crowd is to dispose df the fine recreation hall at Black boy HilL Now this was erected by the boys, for the boys, not only at Blackboy * during the great war training; but for all tune. The shed was secured by the Y.M.C.A. vir tually as a gift for £500 from the Vacuum Oil Company. The Rail way Department carried it free from North Fremantle to Helena Vale, the Military- carted it to the ground free, the boys borrowed the bricks from adjacent brick kilns free, free ? timber was given by the timber companies, and the Wunder lich Company provided iron parti tions, in fact it was nearly all free; : and what was not free was paid tor out of funds raised at the opening ceremony. All this for the boys, and not the -^.M-CA. Yet the Y.M.C.A. now propose to sell tha building and collar the quids or notes, which is just what one might expect. There is going to be some fun, and a warm time over the mat ...
THE MIRROR JULY 9, 1921. Poor Jo, or Rich Sir Joseph [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921
,, ...... ? i ? . july vim. p«r Ji, tr Rki Sir Jtseph The Federal Treasurer is shaking hanas with himself over his alleged surplus. Treasurers, we know, have an archaic way of .manufacturing surpluses out of deficits when a Gov ernment's financial reputation is challenged. A little look into the peculiarities oi Sir Josephs methods 'of preparing the Treasurv Financial Statements might afford much in terest to the iiftiuirer. Not very long ago he bluntly told tne yueens land State Treasurer the Common wealth was practically penniless, and had no money to assist the Northern State in its financial diffr culties, and when an effort was made to increase the old-age pensions he moaned his regretful inability to ad vance the starvation dole a solitary dollar, or to assist the growing army of Time's down-and-outs in any other way. On the score of poverty and an empty purse, he made what was apparently a reasonable excuse for opposing the increase. The milk man, of course, is not expected t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921
W/zis/a/ theTOPNOTCHscotch Swan and Union Ale on Draught. Goldfield. Club Hotel CR. PIER and WELLINGTON -8TS. Send Tour Goods to filll i BONIEY Auctioneers and Property Agents. 129 MURRAY-STREET \Sext Bon Marche). CENTRAL HOTEL PERTH. Right Opposite Hallway Station. DANIEL HULCAHT, Proprietor. CHAS. E. OOSDEN, Manager. The Best of Spots at BEDFORD HOTEL GEO. AUBURN, Proprietor. Tel. A1623. ? CITY HOTEL CORNER KINO and MURRAY STREETS. MUST CLASS ACCOMMODATION AND UQDORS. Telephone A4094.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921
KT'^ : '^ I YOB RIUABUB, S0ONOMI0AL, and PAINLESS DBNTISTBT, ,*?.??;*-????' ?.,??. - DENTIST: MASSST CBOSSE. The HYGIfNIC MNTAl WSTIMf 134 BARRACK STREET DO HOT CONFUSE ODE PREMISES WITH OTHERS CLOSE THE HOOT 1MmMmwwnt »«*'? *» »mmactme. ORIENT HOTEL. rSEDROOIIS. LAH6E OlimB-ROOl S AMD UOUN6S8. T«I. 638. _ ? « Drink 'Ssi^BE^Svj^v^K ^ ^Bt ^^M xt^ ^^ * *^^k ^ ^i^i ^''?^?v *-vJ'^4k ^tf*^^P^ : ? \ . ? ' ? ? i ? . ? 5 ? Seldom Equalled— Never Sxirpassedl. COURT HOTEL Beaufort St. CON. O'BRIEN MCCARTHY'S Railway Hotel, Barrack St., Perth MBS. s. i. McCarthy, Proprietress. JDLw lr J2i£i JT .CiXii J. JEX BARRACK and HURRAY-STREETS. The Oeeteal and Matt Commodious Baridential HotaL T«L 448& - J. J. RYAN, Proprietor. Royal Hotel PERTH ? , i ? * S533^5StSaSHRI--i!SSB0!ffi3-ISS .'SJSEE'lmpl. Pint — Rept. Quart — Rept. Pini Whisky, Extra Special ? ii/o ' E/6 Whisky, Special Scotch .'. ? 7/9 , 10/3 5/3 Whisky, Old Highland ? 9/0 4/9 Rum, Fine Old Jamaica ? ll/o 5/6 Rum, Jamaica ? . 9/ 4/9...
The Prince's Coach RAILWAY "ECONOMY." [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921
lit Prince's cmch RAILWAY 'ECONOMY.' Relative to the article appearing in our last1 issue anent the Aidede Kong's jaunt to Busselton. we wish to correct an inaccuracy. From en quiries made by readers down that way we have been informed that it was Maior Kerr-Parse: his wife and maid who made the tenilay trip in the Prince's coach, and not an Aide de-Kong. The only difference is, of course, that the major is the secret ary to his Excellency, and not the gent one valet. The spectacle of a 'stone-broke State running a coach with its crew of cooks and conduc tors to Busselton, and running the show as an hotel on the seashore, is a positive insult, to the intelligence of Westralian taxpayers We ex pect Mr. Pope to make a mighty protest should the situation again arise.
DINKUM AUSTRALIAN Stampede Management of Our Railways GRAVE INJUSTICE TO SUBURBS. Gurse of Centralisation. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921
jifMCTw . AursTOimi^if ; ;| ?MttfQMil- 1N|SP ? O ? GRAVB INJUSTICE TO SUBURBS. Curse of Centralisation. Several times we have expressed sympathy withsMr. Harold Pope as Commissioner -of .Railways in his stupendous task of efficiently manag ing the State's biggest asset— tht railway system. (In pre-'Mirror' days the charges were laid direct against Mr. Pope, which conveyed the idea that he and he alone was responsible for the rotten state of the railway service and the Jiopeless ' mess he on his own statements has almost often told the country that his huge department is in. 'The Mirror,' under its new man agement for the past eight weeks, has departed from, attacking the ad ministrative head of the Western Australian Railways, and will still go only so far as to blame the Com missioner for tolerating as his first assistants, the person, presence, and' ideas of some few in high places in the department whose services, in justice to Mr. Pope himself, the de paftment and the country ge...
GAMBLING RAID IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921
GAMBLING RAID IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, 9th July.— Great ^icite iueui was caused in tne city lo-day by a raid upon a George-street bouse, ' where various forms of gambling, in eluding crown and anchor, two-up, Yan kee sweat, hazards, and murruinbldgec. were in rull swing. Over 250 arrests ? were made. MAJESTIC THEATEE. William Fox Presents 'CHECKERS,' ? SATURDAY NEXT.
A TRUCE IN IRELAND De Valera and Lloyd George to Meet The World Awaits Result of Momentous Conference [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921
A TRUCE IN iSpiiAPM De Vatefra an«T Lftopd George\io Meet - ~ P ???.. ? ?',' ? ??? '? ?? ,'?',? ? The. World Awaits Result of Momentous Conference ; (Special to 'The Mirror.'') 'The Mirror's' London i^epresehtative cables us as follows: — 'London, July J9th.— -As a result'of negotiations that have been in: progress for some days, a truce has been agreed tto between Eainon De.Valera, President of the Ipsh Republic, and Mr. Lloyd George. Hostilities \cease at nopn on Monday. It is believed that an ? honourable peace will be the outcome as both parties are- anxi ous to abandon military measures. .^ fc CONFERENCE TOV BE\ HELD. ^ Mr. Lloyd George will meeV Mr. De Valera forthwith. It is understood that, bom gentiemen meet with practically full powerp to arrange a set-^ tlement. „ . x THE NEWS IN SYDNEY. \ ^ Sydney, July 9th.— Widespread satisfaction is expressed here at the news of the Irish truce. It is felt in all' quarters that -a permanent and honourable peace is now possible.
THE LIST THE "MIRROR'S" SPECIAL SPECIAL CANDIDATES FOR THE CARNIVAL TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921
THE LIST PE 'MttMR*S' SPECIAL CANDIDATES FOR THE CAR NIVAL TEAM. , The following players loave been selected to practise together with a view to final inclusion in the State XVUE:— East Fremantle: Ion, Mud*e, Truscott, Castinelli, and RiconL . - East Perth: Thomas, Allen, Brentnall, Herd, and Owens. West Perth: Wimbridge, Boyd, Craig, Sheedy, and Taylor. Subiaco: Steele, Green, Outirldge, Bahen, Ford, and Beasley. * . South Fremantle: H. and J. Camp bell, Gunnyon, Cain, Heindricks, and Adams. Perth: Hewby, Hoft, Evans, G. ? Watts, and Hewson. Practice will commence at Subi aco Oval on Wednesday next. Play ers will be required. to bring along their own playing outfit,/ind a towel. All are requested to be jon the ground at four o'clock.
TROTTING [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921
TROTTING Cyclone, the three-year-old Breeze gelding, has been turned out for a spell. Since February last he has been started six times, and finished third oh one occasion. The black stallion van itoy on*** a leg in a paddock of his owner last week in New South Wales, and had to be shot. Van Roy was foaled in* 1904, and was the sire of a very large number of good horses, and some of his stock which have raced in Western Australia include Fred Roy (2.17), Roy, Willie Roy, and Lady Wiide. Since. August last his get have won ho Jewer than 84 races on the local- track. S. Folland, who was connected with trotting for a considerable time, won a race at a meeting held in Melbourne last week. The added money' for the New Zealand Trotting Cup, in harness, two miles (4.32 class) to be run m. November, has been increased from £2,50b to £3,000. This makes the prize money the same as that offered for the Auckland (gaUoping)' Cup, the two most richly-endowed races in the Dominion. At the time of ...
GALLOPING JULY FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921
minm JULY FIXTURES. *$$gJL~m; Helena Vale; 23, Good p^ood, Kaigoorlie; 30, Canning. %Srtbria^-l3, Geelong; 16, V.A T.C-; 23. Aspendale; 30, Moonee Vat &**-: : t ; xNS.W.— 16, Canterbury; ?3, Rose hul ; 30, Warwick Farm. i $JL— 30, S.AJ,C. Tatts'. Heleaa Vale races next Saturday. ' Alf. Audas goes to India, 'iligh Hand will win. again. Marin showed the game up. Hare Hatch did it right for Sib britt. - Land of Fog will still go on win ning. ' Sir Hatan will have some follow ere next start. Lockmaster, jour boy was out ridden by Sherwood. Cottesioe Beach, 'Yes^' when ;h© weather warms up. \ Battle E/ve went at it as though in a Ax furlong hurdle. Spanish Prince ran. a nice race at Canning Park,* and should trouble the judge very soon. ;, Wabba is a long time V»ming ? right. They say the good th.hg mifi fired at- Canning. That moody cove Springmount is among the nominations for the hur dle event at Helena Vale next week. A speedy colt in Ayrway looks like Improving on his past p...