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DINKUM AUSTRALIAN THE MIRROR JULY 16, 1921, Uncle Sam Top dog [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

1 PWKUM AUSTRAUJJBJl Tut N§r west JO /% _____ During the last few days the taxpayers of this unfortunately governed State were more or less shocked by the an nouncement in the dally press that Cabinet had decided to appoint Mr. G. Drake-Broekman Commis sioner tor trie norm- west, wira nis headquarters at Port Hedland. On reflection taxpayers will readily uu derstand that there seems to be. some very strong 'pull' in connec tion with these lucrative appoint ments, especially by those who are in some way or another connected with the old aristocracy of Western Australia, Le, 'the six families.' We do not know Mr. DrakeBrock man personally, in fact we have never heard of him before, exceot that we know that he distinguished himself on the battlefield. On the other hand, all we wish to say is that it is passing strange that Mr. DrakerBrockman and his broth ers have been amply rewarded by the taxpayers of this State. Senator Drake-Brockman, with his thousand a year and exes., Judge Drake...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Women's Wongi. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

[_^jflgjttetf$ tittwi. « [ '^'- Senator Gardiner has celebrated his 30th anniversary as a politician. Obit., Geo. Underwood, of the Katanning 'Advocate.' Mr. L. Fowler has returned home to Lowden much unproved in health. Signor Orlando, a son of the Ita lian Prime Minister, is a visitor to WA. Miss Bean, of Bruce Rock, has re turned home after spending a plea suit, holiday in Perth. Another Goldfields family, tbe Marzuechelli's, are transfering their e affections to .Perth ere long. Doctor Dermer. the well-known Frcmantle medico, is back from the IT™** - ?.-.'. Lady Hackett is (Entertaining Miss F. Davis, of this 'burg, at her Ade laide home. liassey, of NJZ., has been given -the Freedom of Bath. We hope he -Enjoyed it. - 'Harmsworth' Sampson. M.L.A., is in bed with a bad cold. May he soon be about again. Seen boarding the trans-train on Wednesday— Mr, and Mrs. Slee, of the Geraldton branch of the Na tional, Bank. They intend putting in %- holiday in /'Melbourne. Mr. Frank Lightly, ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THe Two Easts Bid for Honours this Afternoon [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

THe Two Casts Bid for Honours tHis Afternoon ?..-?-.. ; . '?.?.ryt..?¥*'-i' Sppcial photo Tor 'The Mirror' by G. McKinlay. Block, Art Engiiwers, Now Who Did Get It?

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Cityoddities. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

| ♦-♦? Cityoddttics. «« | The 'gents one' brigade got a cut of £4,000 costs out of the Ligu ori case. And now our local mem bers of the Lawyers' Union arc writing up costs on the Wilf ord- Harper case. Nat will be. busy with his cheque book for quite a while from all accounts. When you glance through out racing notes you'll notice a chattv letter from Bert McKenna, from Capetown, South Africa. Sports there believe in Direct Action, es pecially when the judge gives a pal pably wrong decision. Little Bert is yelling for his 'Mirror' in far away Africa. Likewise Alf. Audas and Tod Young looked us up in a similar way prior to leaving for the land of the Rajahs last week They want their 'Mirror' sent on, too. Address, Royal Calcutta Turf Club, Calcutta. The stampede imanlagement of our railway service continues with a great deal of zeal and enterprise. The latest freak is to shut up the parcels receiving office in Roe-street after 6 pm. By doing so the rail way people are just simply for...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
BOXING [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

[?] Tommy Urea anclSarry .Stone met tonight in Melbourne, but not for the welter-weight championship of Australia. Tommy cannot iilake the weight. ? '- ?_ -. ?' ..r The iurv brought in a vermct of death from natural causes ui'~ the case of DencioCabarieli the Filipino boxer, who collapsed when fighting McCarthy in MeJbouroe a fortnight ago. Jimmy Seinmens put it all over. Packy Macfarlane ^at the Melbourne, Stadium last' Saturday night, the - Newcastle lad being compelled to sky the towel in the eight round. The contest was for the bantam weight championship. - . ' Frank iGraham, the well-known local fighter, intends leaving for Adelaide during the present week. Arrangements have been made for him to meet Ern. Waddy in the City of Churches on the 23rd. inst., and the agreement embodies another match, but his opponent has not been named as yet. Graham express es a desire to meet Francis again, and considers that this man will be his second opponent in. Adelaide.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LEADING GOAL-GETTERS [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

LEADING COAL-CETraS. H. Campbell ........ 43 ; Evans ........ . . ., 34 , Bidstrip ? 26 Bahen ......... ....25 . WTnfliridgc ....: ? 21 Gallepher ? . . . is ' ; * Shcedy ? «

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A[?] of Blackboy [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

immmmm -?'?:- '.(By Ae ^Sergeant.') I&utation is the smcerest form of fiatjteryi:;i3ierefore' we welcome the iat%. soldiers' paper's'iritroduction of: 'Eir^JDays at Blaidibby.' It sounds good. vSowever, we wiH, despite ell opppsition, continue 'the series, and) lea«se ' -^he powerful,- Press organ' niKi^-li line 1*-t ^ic Ji*- ? Wrt1 H» iiiv.~ fu^' .discarded the digger for the Empire Loyalty League. No doubt money, tells every time, and time again; so there we are.- you see;' I are, Jand all the rest arp. . \ Now to get to business — come to attention and get on ,with the job, as the returned medico said when teHine the AA.M.C. he was eoine to show them a new stunt getting wounded out of 'trenches. He en larged on the work, andi as he en larged stepped backwards and ulti mately fell in a trench and wars rescued. It was an object lesson of the first water. ? ? . . 'The Man Who Would Have Blood.' There was a certain headquarter sergeant who was credited with sleep-walking and ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Position of the Clubs [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

Ptwition of saw data. .__'_...- P. W. X± D.Pls. For. As. S. ^r«aaMl«fr4^r-ii?|»r;-^ 36 *S8 «2 = East Perttt. it 7 4 — 2Ji 028 S3» West Perth-. II' 5 5 I 22 f.Sfl «J|3 . Subiaco .' - it 4 6- i 18 6C3 756 S. FremanUe it A. 7 — 16 Vfll 7'-7 Perth ..:.; 11- 3 8 — -?,« 037-Ti-8

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Perth Symphony Orchestra FURTHER SUCCESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

(^^ «&?- viz- ~~'-i '^ ~~i-~' * T^^iS vSzr^SS&zZZ^- ~^^^*' '~*'; '' : -UBTHEE BPCCESSES. '/ Sunday night 4as£ f pund *3ie Town HaU filled with a^liijjnly -V apprecia iiVe audience, wineii the Perth Sym phony Orchestr^ tinder Mr. Harold Betteridge, assisted hy Miss Violet ^Peet and Mr Lionel Carter.' present- ed a programme which was.-received with exeat enthusiasm. To-morrow (Sunday) night, the orchestra again appears, when the programme will include Suppe's -'Dance ,--'iPjque.' Gounod's 'Funeral March of a Mar ionette,' 'Marche Triomphi' from Aidea, and selections from 'Steven Adams' songs. The vocal items will include solos bv Messrs. Ben Davis and Lionel Carter, who will also contribute the duets, 'Watch- man, What of the Night?' and 'Less Than the Dust.' Perth is particularly fortunate in having such a splendid weekly musical treat provided them, and the or ganisation certainly -deserves every support, and that not only in - the numbers attending, but in the .sha...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

s: SIX BEST :: FOOTBALLERS TO-DAY THOMAJS CIl^ORIS GILES OUTRIDGE HENLY

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FOOTBALL—Continued from [?] [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

rOOTBAU^Contmued fr6m#^ nell /Si, Hardbuan^ fiiles and -Wh; one jpavVjjtVrfita: Clark :v-«}^ M0u» bridge -2» V-t&eeay :\i% t5om%£|i.) The most couspicaouij Port^aiiS were Gilo', I-otey, Cain, Cqjaiiyon, Jack Callow, -A-3sms, Bateman, -3ial- .' men said if. Campbell; while Boyd, Bheedy, Boutax. Ty»b» Bad t-lark were best for ? the losers. TJnipice Toll .was very, grfod lill lialf -time, but for the rest pf £h$ game his display was shockiug. The gate totalled £86. B3BVIEW OF PIiAY. The final scores «re a fairly gjod stages the game was fast ami open, but later on 'crowding** became very common, especially amongst tbe battery ni both teams. South 'a back -line was far superior to 'their op ponents. , Lutey, Adams aod Bate man were Tery. conspicuous, while Callow (in goals) played bis best game for the season. Gutnyon com pletely outelassed Taylor, white on the wings, Giles **dowjiedj' Burke'a colors in ahnost ev^ty encounter, ana rysne proved too gtHHl lor Hieks. Bonnie CampbWl...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Eastern Football SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

Eisten FoolNll SOUTH JIUSTfMUAN FOOTPAI&, , soums, ^iSi», peai: wesis, -at-«- Norwood, i«.i«, 6e»t Stiirts, JOiloi Ports, i I .is, beat' Woritos; 9.5. ' Torrens, 20.15, beat Glenelg, 0.7. At hair- time TVorwooSs^iad only scor ert ? s . 10, ?with. Sturts score standing at S,6. ?'.-??.? ' . VICTORIAN FOOTBALL. Melbourne, 7.7, beat Goilinswood, ? 3.i4. . Fiteroy, C.S, beat St. Kilda, CIS. J Geelong-, 8.18, beat Essendon, 2.15. : * ': Richmond, 9.12, beat South Mel- ' bourne, 8.15. Uenuis is his name. Fitzgerald also, and he loves movios, and bas Ms 'be-uig ' at the Conunouweilth Hotel, Fitzferald street. The street Is not called' after Denny, and Denny is n nu nu nu n Dlnnj', Jior is pinny called alter the street, but Dinny is the principal per son in Fitzgerald-street. Do you. catch me? .

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) Subiaco v Perth East Perth v East Fremantle South Fremantle v. West Perth. SUBIACO OVAL. Umpire: Carter [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

To-day's Football Results ('The Mirror's' Special Reports) SuWaco v Perth East Perth v East FrcmaBtle SouUi freaaatle v West Pcrft v SUBIACO OVAL. Umaire: Garter. Weather conditions were ideal, and the playing arena looked a pic ture: when starting time was at hand. Subiaco fielded Bahen, Howaon, Guhi, Sexton, Brown, Busbell (capt.), Steele, Ford, Green, Scufly, Outridge, Preedy, Beisley, Raw lings, Rodriquez, Scaddan, Very ard. and Eddy. Perth was represented byMcWil liam, Lauglands, Hewson, Brad shaw, Hewby (capt.), Corser, Love, Hoft, Henley, Watts {2),.Uren, In gle, Hall, Evans, Bowc, Menzies, and McGomish. - The red-legs were first out; Subi aco kickt-d towards the Ptirlh «»nd. Subiaco's lead was gained hy bet .ter play in almost every part of the field. They played a more open game than their opponents, and were better -in the pack, where Out ridge was always prominent - and effective. Perth's backs gave tiioir opponents too much latitude. On ' the centre wings the maroons had...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

COMMENTS. Hurdle Race.— A full field faced up for this event. , Barlowerie was first to show out from Silent Tom, and Warflame. The above three saw to. the pace passing the, stand At this fence Springmc-unt rapped hard, and the boy made a fine re covery. Entering the back stretch High Hand fell. At the home turn uiiciii- tout uju& viiaige LI UUl y\ai flame, and' won by a length and a quarter, with four lengths between second and third. , Warambie was fourth. Then came Laroon, .Carng ham, Jerilderie, with ^Springmcunt ' a bad last. Parantic lost his, boy at the last fence. Betting : 7 to 4. War flame, 4 to 1 Silent Tom. 5 to 1 High nana, (to i maroon, la to l Hftrlo werie. ... First Class Plate. — All the accep tors came up again, and when they had settled down the order was Very Faithful; Thormont. Some Class, with others well up. At the turn Blue Lady was. putting in a claim. At this stage Thormont hit, the front, and it was all over; win ning by two and a half . lengths, w...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FREMANTLE OVAL UMPIRE: TOLL [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

FREMA»TLE O9M» O/ercttst ekies and threatening weather heralded the opening of the thirJ r/-vna of Xieague mattes this afternoon. South were -out well on time, closejy followed by the &ty men. Sontar won the tcss, and elect cd to lick toward the city emL ^The crowd turned up in large numbers, shortly after 3 o'clock. South Fremantle: Cain' (eapt.), Guunyou, Sunderland, Luley, Bate man, Kicks, Hardiman, Heindrieks, Campbell (2), GUes, Chabners, O'Concor, Adams, Callow (2), White aud CDonaelL West Perth. Soutar (capt )s Shee Cra^jj, Austin, Taylor. F, Wimbridge, Moore. Fwhe, Boyd, Braithwaitf Dau , Junes and GoaneJ. WcbI« were at it right from the bouac.-. and after a period of even play_ Tyson opened Wests ' scoring sheets with a minor. Souths quickly retaliated with a fine long sixer; fr-*n C'bin. J. H. Campbell snapped a point, jind then F. Wimbridge fed nicety by Sheedy called for -the twin H'tgs. Sh i-i'y notched a minor and 't'Sles -running down the centre registered a f...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PERTH OVAL. Umpire: Collins. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

PERTH OVAL. Umpire: Coffins. The two Easts met on the Perth Oval this afternoon for the' third tune this season. In the two pre vious jgames each side ha.d been suc cessful, and consequently a great game was expected to-day. In ihe home teamf Lynch replaced Groom, and in Old Easts ' eighteen Lawn -was replaced by Ricont The teams were as follows: East Perth: McKenzie (capt.), Harrold, BiltiiH Oakley, Herd, Brcntnall, Kiug, Thomas, Alien, Walker, Hebbard, Maloney, Lyncb, Giese, Gepp,- Seott, Sparrow and Duffy. East Fremantle: Lowe, Wieks, Talbot, Clark, Mudie, Oastinnlli. Brown, Truseott (capt.). Burns, Rawlinsbn, Smith', Strang, McGain ness, 'Gallagher, Bidstrip, Ion, Cin oris, and Riconi. East Perth, kickiiig to tLe east ern eitti of the ground, took com mand from the bounce, -and only bao shooting hampered tlieir obtaining a Jong leaiL As it was they attacked throughout the quarter, and finished up wilt the handy lea-l of 26 points: East Perth's centre line-^Kiuer. Tho mas and All...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Still Supreme [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

still mraie Like the monarch of the impor tant, if somewhat narrow main street, in which it is located, the Savoy Hotel still stands supreme ? right in the centre of Hay-street — a fine building rearing its lofty head towards the blue sky of Perth, the outside, stately and majestie^is not by any means the best of Pertffs ~ most superior hotel. Inside is.ncv. commodation and comfort unbeaten - in the Southern Hemisphere^ Re freshments to delight the- heart of a connoisseur, from the_3ong pot served by the dainty Hetie m the Bodega to the sumptuous cocktail at the city's premier American bar As a manager and caterer Mr. J. J. Ryan is an undoubted artist bf the first grade. - '?'' ???'

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

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 TEEMS PEOPLE. Can Supply Too Satisfactorily. Terms; tsn in the £1 Deposit. Weekly Payments According to Vahie oE Purchases. Note Addresses: 839 HAY-STRIET, PERTH; 77 MARKET STREET, FREMANTLE; XALGOORLXE, BOULDER. Agents at NORTHAM and YORK. FURNITURE FACTORY, IS FITZ GERALD-STREET. 'Phones, AS640, Perth; B782, Fremantle. THE IMPROVED WINE TONIC. RHUVINOL GOOD FOR MIND AND BODY. ALL CHEMISTS AND WINE MERCHANTS. Distributing Agents: PYRAMID CHEMICAL CO., PERTH. _ FRIEDMAN'S _ Great Half- Yearly Sale \ f'VwlK^'^ ? '*^S^mV MEN'S PURE WOOL THREE GARMENT SUITS, BEST TAILOR MADE. SPECIAL SALE PRICE, 69/6. N O w I N F U L L S w I N G MEN'S ENGLISH TWEED TROUSERS, CUFF BOTTOMS, WEAR GUARANTEED. SPECIAL SALE PRICE. 15/6. StrAAdmnii £ Ta I til cmcr Mi «« wiiiim streets, «m ? nteUIIIUH d IV. ? LIU., cann fli| strat, Pern t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

? TRIANGLE TEA ] ? FOR QUALITY THE BEST OF FOOTWEAR AND. REPAIRS BELOW CITY PRICES AT BEN JONES' 310 and 312 WILLIAM-STREET (NEAR NEWCASTLE STREET). The World's Best Polish — Black Watch FOR STOVES AND GRATES. Excellent as a Wood Varnish, or Enamel for Bedsteads, Chairs, Motor Covers, or Hand Bags. Mftda in Western Australia by J. C. Hancock |Cov, Betmont. , -. \ * i 1/3 ALL GROCERS. ??V' -i ? -' -??? ? -? ? ? ? ? ? : ? ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 16 July 1921

3vl)n$vn,Bradlcv $ Williams, Ltd 4-47 Pier-$J, PcrlD SAFE, QUICK, ENJOYABLE MOTOR RIDING. PHIL RYAN, ASK FOR G.P.O. MOTOR RANK. Tel. A3488. Garage Tel. A19S7. Get a Car from PhlL Ryan. Saw Spindles and Benches Complete For Sale at HAMILTON BROS. Saw and Edged Tool Experts. 304 MURRAY-STREET (Opposite Harris Scarfe). Lawn Mowers Our Specialty. Horse an Barbers' Clippers Machine Ground. At the Criterion Hotel, Hay street. — Swan Beer at its best. Reg Harrison, proprietor.

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