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FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

FOOTBALL FOOTBALL. — (Continued from Page l). Bidstrup was especially good, get ting five of these. East's system of spreading out down forward bore splend.id results, while on the other hand Perth's forwards crowded in. an aimless fashion, with the result that seoring was at a minimum. Too many of the Perthites were flying at once for the ball. Prominent in this term were Mudie (in defence), Ion (great in the air), Talbot and Castinelli (in the back for Easts). Hewby, Hoft, Bradshaw and Men zies were serviceable for the red legs. Scores- — East. 12.8 (80 pts). Perth, 6.10 (46 points). Goal-kickers. — East: Bidstrip (5), Ibn and Lawn; Perth: Evans. The last quarter the honors went to Perth. They fought hard* and scored more than their opponents, but the game was always East's. The win was a decisive one. Scores; East, 15.11 (101 pts). ' Perth, 10.17 (77 points). Goal-kickers: Bidstrip (2); Perth: Evans (3) and Rowe. . For the winners the best wore: Ion, Bidstrip, McGuinness, Mudie, ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Leading Goal-Getters. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

Leading Goal-Getters. H. CanipbeU (S.F.) .. .. 30 Kvans (P.) ? 32 Bidstrip (E.F.) ? 25 Baiien (S.) ? 21 F. Wtmbridge (W.P.) .. 19

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Position of Clubs. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

Position of Clubs. P W. L D Pts. For tor E. FremanUe 10 9 ? 36 599 408 East Perth to 0 4 — 24 554 501 West Perth 10 5 4 1 22 572 500 Subiaco . . 10 3 6 1 14 581 707 S. FremanUe 10 3 7 — 12 618 660 Perth ... 10 3 7 — 12 588 676

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

blNE WHERE? WHY, AT STRAND CAFE HAY-STREET. (Under Vice-Regal Patronage). Appointments Thoroughly up-to-date. Renovated Throughout. Sole Agents tor the Famous BELLINGER RIVER OYSTERS. At the Criterion Hotel, Hay-' street. — Swan Beer at its best. Reg Harrison, proprietor.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Anecdotes of Blackboy II. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

AMCMestlMfCiMi (Bv the 'Sergeant.') ,. II. The whole of the fun of tbfc cWp was not in any. way limited tg the N.CO.'s and men— the officers%lSo had plenty of fun, and were fully able to enjoy a practical joke and give and take one. One of the best stories is of a man who we will call 'Tfie Man Who Apologised.' A certain Colonel was noted in that he took a great interest in all young officers and particularly any sons of old friends or mobilised gentlemen from the Citizen Forces. One such was his particular favour- ( ite, arid if any reproof was neces sary this was giveji privately, and it may be said often, for the officer seemed to have a knack of doing . the wrong thing at the wrong mo ment, despite the lacfr that he had been appointed Adjutant of a train ing battalion, whose headquarters were close to the Colonel's private sanctum. In camp at the time was a much travelled personage, also mobilised, who - was a great practical joker, and amongst other achievements (he had few, if...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Ireland in America [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

irenid ii Aierici (By John flaynes Holmes, in t 'Foreign. Affaifs,' London.) Omnis America est in tres partes divisa on the Irish question — rthat is all of America that knows or cares anything about, the question at Tall! , The millions of Americans whose universe is baseball, the movies, and . 'Mutt and Jeff,' are, of course, not included in this survey. me first and smallest group is composed of the Brahmins of Boston, certain fin ancial and social leaders of New York, and the hangers-on of these peoipe in the Eastern States and elsewhere, whose basic law of politi cal life is 'England can do no wrong,' and whose conception of the whole duty of man is 'Do as the English do.' These English Am ericans tare the spiritual descendants of the Tories of 1775. They hate the Irish on principle, and object to the present policy of Lloyd George only on the ground that it is, if. any-, thing, too merciful. These persons have money, social prestige, great newspapers fHke the New1 York 'Times'...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
"Eat—and be Merry" A PARAMOUNT ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

'Eit-f H h Merry A PARAMOUNT ENTERTAIN' MENT. 'Eat, and be Merry, for tomor row we must work.' That must have been Manager Wilson's (of the local Paramount office) motto last Wednesday, when he gave the Sa voy people orders for a 'royal' din ner. . There was plenty of eating and merriment in evidence, but work — welL_.it wasn't even thought of. The occasion was a gathering of the film clan to meet the Para mount chief (Mr. J. . W. Hicks), Each suburban theatre was repre sented, as well as the Press and city: managers. Mr. Hicks, in a spicy and infor mative address, held the floor for fully an hour. He explained fully the Paramount policy for the future, and touched upon present condi ?' tions in America and Australia. Mr. Coombe (Grand Theatre), Mr, Appleby (Subiaco), Mr. Wheatley (Mt. Lawley)^ and Mr. Wilson also spoke. 'The Mirroi' welcomes Mr. Hicks to the West. We are only sorry that his stay is so short; however, we are convinced that much good will come from his visit West. Th...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SHOW FEATURES FOR THE WEEK The Grand [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

SHOW FEATURE* FOR THE WEEK The Grand Showing: Monday to Friday: 'THEJRIGHT TO LOVE' (Mac Murray). And 'WHISPERS' (Elaine Hammcrstein). The Royal :| Showing Monday to Friday: 'THE THUNDERBOLT' ? (Tnomas Meigtaan). Supporting: Feature: - 'OUTLAWS' OF THE DEEP' (Herbert Rawlinson). The Palladium MONDAY TO FRIDAY: 'LYING LIPS' (Flort-nei; Vidor and House Peters). Commencing- Wednesday in Support. 'RIDER OF THE LAW' (Harry Carey). * The Pavilion 'BLACKMAIL' (Viola Dana). and 'THE SILENT AVENGER' (Chapter r.). Commencing- Wednesday. 'THE PHANTOM HONEYMOON.' and 'FIXED BY GEORGE.' The Majestic Now Showing. 'THE SLIM PRINCESS' (Mabel Normand). Commencing Wednesday: 'BLACK SHADOWS' (Peggy Hylaud). The Stage His Majesty's Theatre. — John O'Har-i in -. i. C. Williamson's production, 'Welcome Stranger.' Shaf tesbury, ' — Peter Brooks Amuse ment Co. in Revues and comedy. St. George's Hall. — Royal Pierrot Com edy Co., nightly, at 8. Fremantle Shows' Now Showing: Princess. — 'Dead Men Tell uo Tal...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
OUR LOS ANGLES LETTER Los Angeles, April 6. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

?OR 10S ANGRES LETTER Los Angeles, April 6. 'Fatty' Roscoe Arbuckle is the latest film star to migrate to the speaking stage. He is at present making arrangements for a ten week's 'season ,as a single turn. tsoDDy Connolly, the Vitagraph Juvenile star, is also invading the vaudeville stage. IJe will join up with a juvenile actress in a sketch, entitled 'Man and Wife.' A New York message states that Vivian Martin has been engaged tc play the lead in the big stage pro duction 'First Night Out.' Also, that Montague Love has signed up for 'The Tenth Man' (stage). Pearl White sails for Europe for her annual vacation next week. Charlie Chaplin is filming -a new two-reeler entitled 'Vanity Fair.' It is already half finished. Nearly all the Los Angeles stu dios bear a newly-painted sign saying, 'No Visitors' Allowed.' This is a hit back at the business people of Los Angeles, who delight in show ing their visitors through the stu dios, but in return for the privilege they have not a single g...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
What 'Smith's' Think ANENT NEXT WEEK'S FILMS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

WHt Slims' Think ANENT NEXT WEEK'S FILMS. This week I append what the 'Smith's' critic has to say anent next week's movie attractions. The instalment I presented last week were well appreciated after the films themselves had been seen. In this series he deals out the follow ing comments:' — 'Lying Lips' (Associated Pro ducers). — Women barters true love for riches. Most realistic wreck scene. Excellent production, meti culously correct in detail. 'The Thunderbolt' (First Nation al). — A little child sways destinies of an unhappy married couple, and ends life-long feud. Katherine Mc Donald and Tom Meighan score well. Finely produced and convin cingly acted. 'The Slim Princess' (Goldwyn) .— Woes of a skinny damsel in the land where the Lord of the Harem likes 'em fat. Mabel Normand is a real Turkish Delight. 'Mamma's Affair' (First Nation al, next Saturday).— Feminine Neu rotics theme of clever story. Con stance Talmadge.the main squeeze throughout. Fine production. 'The Right to Love...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Paramount's General Manager CONVERSES WITH "THE MIRROR," [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

I* ramit's Gcierai * Naif er CONVERSES WITH 'THE MIRROR.' On Tuesday last Perth was hon oured with the arrival of one of the most important jinks in the Aus tralian Fflm industry, in other words the 'Limited' arrived into Perth with Mr. J. W. Hicks, jun/\, the general manager of Feature Films, Limited, Paramount Films, and Real-art Productions, onboard. It is hardly necessary to remind readers that the Paramount Ex change is the local representative of the largest American film organi sation that is at present in exist ence. A few days after Mr. Hicks' arri val, we tracked hint down for a few minutes' chat. 'Good morning, Mr. Hicks,, we've come for a few minutes' chat with you. May — ' 'A chat; why, certainly; here take a chair.' I did. Didn't exactly take it, but squatted into it. Then I felt right at home. That's the sort of chap this J.W. is. But now for -an opener. 'You're just a new arrival in Aus tralia, Mr. Hicks?' 'Yes, this is my first trip out here. I landed in your countr...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
"Lying lips" Here PALLADIUM GETS IT. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

'Lgiif lips' Here PALLADIUM GETS IT. The Associated Producers have made a big film when they made 'Lying Lips.' Once again Thos. H. Ince is the responsible producer. The 'classy' way in which this story is picturised — dialogue, direc tion, production, and excellence 'of acting, places at among the super features. As for the story: — Nance Abbott, an English aristocrat, is engaged to a man of her own set, but twice her age. She visits Ca nada, and there meets Blair Corn wall, a young ranchman. She falls in love with him, but cannot recon cile herself to living a life of hard ship as his wife. Nance returns to England, and Blair sails, on the same boat, determined to win her ? in spite of her devotion to luxury and wealth. The ship is wrecked, and the two left together on the floating hulk. Nance swears her love for him, but retracts when a rescue ship is sighted, and'asks him to hide so that she may be found alone. The wreckage is destroyed, and Cornwall, so Nance believes, with it....

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

3oftn$onjradlcv $ Giulianis, Dd 4i»47 Pier-sr, pert* SAFE. QUICK, ENJOYABLE MOTOR RIDING. PHIL RYAN, ASK FOR G.P.O. MOTOR RAMK. TeL AS488. Garage TeL A1927. Get a car from Phil. Ryan. GRAND CENTRAL COFFEE PALACE. WELLINGTON-ST., PERTH. Under the Management of OLIVER REES (Late of Merredin). Let's go round to Visser's — for the Oddfellow's is the n'ght hotel.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

ffi£^f/?5- ll GRRRGB' I PERTH -THE OTHER CHAP roU-|J . - I li-t-^ C*JL*nJ l^rj^^^Njj^rai! Motor School ^-^^^/Ow^^vl; h« practical J^^fB^SSSiW ^1 INSTRUCTION REPAIRS AND GARAGING FOR MOTORS. Lindsay 0. Hummerston % Co, NO. 2 KING-STREET, 'First Garage from Terrace.' All Work Personally Supervised by L. G. Hummerston. MOANA CAFE, HAY STREET PERTH. Banquets, Picnics, Weddings, and all kinds of Parties catered for on the most lavish scale. Quotes obtainable on application. All charges strictly moderate. SAUL EPSTEIN, Proprietor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

WHY IS Perth's Meat CohMm Cutting aud still cutting: prices? Because tliey realise that they iiave struck a lough proposition and some wlio can't be bluffed in J. K. WARNER City Markets, Wellington St. (FOOT OF HORSESHOE BRIDGE) . He knows how to Buy and gives Ills customers the benelK of any fall in prices. His Prices this week are: — Retail Mutton, from 5d lb. Beer, Troni 7d lb. 100 Sides of Prime Lamb are to be sild at 7d lb. during week. Chops, from 8d Ib. Tender Steak, from 9d lb. Corn Beef, 7d and Sd. Wholesole: Sheep, 6d lb. Beer, 4 id to Old lb. Corn Beer, 50s. 1001b.; 27s. 501b., on rail. He Buys on commission Tor country Butchers. YOU WILfL BE STUDYING YOUR OWN INTERESTS BY SENDING YOUR ORDER TO .WARNER. GOOD QUALITY AND LOWEST PRICES. If you need FURNITURE, CROCKERY, HOUSEHOLD FUR NISHINGS, Men and Boys' SUITS and OVERCOATS, Ladies' FURS. GOLFERS, BLANKETS. Etc.. A. Macrow & Sons Pty. Ltd. THE EASY TERMS PEOPLE. Can Supply You Satisfactorily. Terms: 4s., in the £1...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

LOVES HARVEST WILLIAM FOX. PRODUCTION FEATURING SHIRLEY MASON

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

Under Distinguished Royal *- Patronage. The Arcade Studios (Established 20 Years). 'The Picture Framers, Photo graphers and Photo . Enlar gers of tiie West-' F. C. SWAZNE, Proprietor. * Central Arcade (Opp. Railway Station). ' ' NURSE STOCKLEY lias private rooms for each patient. Every possible con venfence; flue open balconies; com fortable garden and lawn seats; line high position; fresh air, and conveni ent to city. Large staff of skilled ^ nurses always in attendance. Terras a. ' moderate. SWAN HOSPITAL, 690^ NEWCA8TLE-STERET. Tram to Uf tus-street. Telephone A1611. A. E. HEATHCOTE SURGEON DENTIST. Upstairs,- over Trouchet's, -v. Wellington and Barrack Sts. A. MAYER, ARTISTC HAIR WORK. r 831 HAY STREET. f SURE EASE AND RELIEF FROM RHEUMATISM, SCIATICA. AND KINDRED AILMENTS. HERBS FOR- ALL TROUBLES AT WARDS 06 ABERDEEN-STREET. Mrs. Ward Attend* to Ladist.^ Seores of Referencss. ^. Beauty is the source of feminine *' power. YOU can be beautiful and fascinating- also, it you consul...

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Homily for the Housewife Feed the Brute ! Appetite Appeasers [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

Homily for tke Housewife Feed tke Brute ! Appetite tfppeasmrs ? i ? ? A Scene from 'Welcome Stranger,' now Playing at His — .-? ?' Majesty's Theatre. For Marks on a Table.— To re piove marks from a polished table piade by a hot dish, pour kerosene over the spot, and rub well with a soft cloth. How to Treat Curtains.— Most housewives experience a good deal of worry over 'the washing and iror^ ing of long curtains. When washr ing hang them by the width (the extreme end) instead of length ways. Straighten out while damp. When dry hang them at once and they are as straight and look almost like hew. . Grass Stains on ? Clothes.— Often children will come home with their clothes much marked with grass stains. Rub the spots carefully with fresh lard. Roll up till wash ing day, and then wash in the usual way. You will have no trouble whatever. The stains will entire ly disappear in the wash. A Substitute for Soda. — Owing to the impracticability of using bicar bonate of soda in aluminium coo...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Economy of Silken Wear IF IT IS WASHED ARIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

Economy of Silken Wear ' IF IT IS WASHED ARIGHT. Silk used to be considered only the fabric of wealth. It was too delicate in texture and quality for the cleanly washtub. It most be sent for renovation to the dry clean er. It is only since manufacturers produced a fabric that could t»e washed that housekeepers began to recognise it as an 'efficiency' fab ric; and now the thriftiest house keepers make use of silk for both outer and undergarments, because these will out-wear many months the cotton garment purchased at the same time. Ready-made silk gar ments are apt to have too much lace and too perishable trimming to warrant any such comparison, but if you will buy silk of good quality by the yard and make it into the plainest garments, its durability will be a revelation to the housekeeper wlio has not tried it. Silks do not soil easily, probablv because of the smoothness of the fibre. And if you have washed them, you have discovered that the soil is m6re easily removed from a silk ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A few Dress Hints [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 9 July 1921

A few Dress Hints 1. If you wear a red hat with any frock at any time these days you can't ;go wrong. 2. A plain tailor-made coat in self colour with a checked, striped or else a plaid, pleated skirt is the uni versal fashion. 3. Be ruffly in the evening, and have row upon row of ruffles encir cling your dance frocks; but don't let the ruffles be mote than an inch in width. Have a nonchalant bodice with the ruffled skirt. 4. Have the round bodice of your the dansaut frock tricked out with little flowers, in beads or shinestones, but let the leaves be worked in an gora wools. 5. Band your chemice frocks with embroideries in i he same way; it doesn't mattei if in bright futuristic colours or black and white. 6. Yellow beads outlining a 3Tellow flower worked in wools, on grey, are ever so pretty. 7. Ornament your dance shoes now with gay little butterflies. You will soon see them everywhere 8. Have a white ivory knob to your umbrella.

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