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Eastern Racing ROSEHILL [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921
[astern Racing ROSEHILL SYDNEY, Saturday.— iThe Rose-. hat Racing dub held a meeting to day in wet weather. Results: — Hurdle Race. two nules.— Grand Foote I, Quirindi 2, Gloucester Cas tle 3. '4 to 1 agst Grand Foote. Flying Handicap, six furlongs. — Grandspark 1, Malbar 2, FeoeUa 3. 5 to 1 agst Grarfdspark. Granville Stakes, seven furtongs The Epicure 1, Rodorus 2, Square Deal 3. 5 to 2 algst The Epicure. Nursery Handicap, six furlongs. — Montoro 1, Earninbung 2. Magne Storm 3. 5 to 1 agst Montoro. Rosehill Handicap, li miles. — Laddie Blue 1, Caibochon 2, Sandbee 3. 6 to 1 agst Laddie Blue. i Carlingford Mile.— Son of Erin 1, Amberdown 2. Eroom 3. 4 to 1 agst Son of Erin.
Goldfields Racing [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921
Galdfields iking KALGOORL1E, Saturday.— The galgoorlie Racing Olub's July *neet ^k*g took place to-day, with the fol lowing results: — First Class Plate, six furlongs.— Miss Perkeo 1, On Fire 2. Breariey 3. 8 to 1 agst Miss Perkeo. Second Class Plate, seven fur iongs.--Turin 1, Kfllogie 2, Threave 3. 5 to 1 agst Turin. July Handicap, one mile and a auarter.— Hare Hatch 1. Mister »u per 2, Miss Perkeo 3. 2 to 1 agst Hare Hatch. Third Class Plate, one mile.— Greeawing 1/ Annepiin 2, Montia 3. 6 to 1 agst Greenwing; Third and Fourth Class Plate, six furlongs.— Camel Gun 1, Orvich 2, Bay Gauze 3. 7 to 1 agst Camel Gufi. ? '^Fourth Class Plate, seven furlongs. —Myrtle Docn 1, Blakemont 2, Miss Florette 3. 15 to 1 agst Myrtle Doon.
De Garis Comes West (Exclusive to "The Mirror.") [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921
De titris cones West (Exclusive to 'The Mirror.') On t1;e trans train, which drew into Kal.qfoorlie on Saturday morn ing; arrived Mr. C. J. De Garis, of Mildura, Victoria, and Kendeuup. W.A. Interviewed fay ** The Mirror 're- presentative, Mr. De Garis stated that he had. been, for some time anxious to set back to the West. not only because its people treated him so well, but to supervise the de velopment of the Kendesup proper ly, which was going all cad so rap idly. From the exhaustive reports he had received he was riore than satisfied with tbe great progress made. The proposition was creating enormous interest in the East; wheii'« :ie anticipated 'hat new settlers at the rate of 10 per week for many months to vonie were coming to take up their selectif»ns on the Koutlcnup estate. In addi tion, numerous inquiries and appli cations were being received from reti'msj Government officials in Ceyluii, who previously had been seeking Canada as a place to settle. But, owing to the attra...
Our Stories for the Movies NO. I. SPUDS AND POLITICS. A 70-Ton Drama. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921
mMjmmm NO. I. SPUDS AMD POLITICS. A 70-Top Drama. Down the Williams diggin' spuds, With a bag between us; Jane had lips ltke bright rosebuds, I)own the Williams diggin' spuds. I offers her me workUy. goods, We don't care who seen usj^ & Down the William$^diggin' spuds. tlaa a bag oetween us. Tbe scene is laid in dt&e State of Narrowfruia, u.SJL, in. tbe, year 1911. This year is *electedj-ecause4t3'is pre war,* and the location because such tbings could not possibly happen In Australia. Hon John Michain: A. burl v fanner and financier, who has gained the position of Secretary for Ag riculture in the State, Legisla ture. Jane Grey: A potato digger. Williamj Manager ^pf Micham's po tato plantation. Henry: Another potato digger., Algernon: A squatter from .Bangin. And others. The first three rounds open very quietly. When it ii explained that Henry and-Algy both love Jane, it will be quite apparent the fun the audience will get from Henry's con tinued' attempt to pelt hi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921
' *0R ULXABL1, X0OHOHI0AL, and PAIHLS8S DXHmVEY, . DENTIST: MASS1Y OBOSSE. TfceHYGffWC DENTAL IMSTTTUTf 134 BARRACK STREET DO HOT CONTUSE OUB PBKMISK WITH OTHERS OI^OSE BY. ' ram man commodious hotel in fbbuhtle! si3aSi»i**-*S*S££;- ' wsii&ss* ^^?flBBEB^BaH^^BEET^^' '~ -: : ? ? ;: ? ': ? ? : ': '-' ?? ' :': '::: ^ :- ^ ?-? -: ?'-??'?' ? ORIENT HOTEL. 4&£KDHagNpS. URGE DUWwUtOOH 8 AWO LOUNGES. Tel. 683. DrinK ?*« ? . Seldom Equalled— Never Surpassed. COURT HOTEL Be&ufort St. CON. O'BRIEN MCCARTHY'S * Railway Hotel, Barrack St., Perth mbs. 3. e. McCarthy, Proprietress. HOTEL PERTH BABEAOK and MURRAY-STRUTS. Tie Central «nd Most Commodious Residential HoteL T*»4ttft. 1. J. RYA2T, Proprietor. : ''.'[' ? ' ' ? I Royal Hotel IPERTHl ImpL Pint — Rept. Quart — Rept. Pins Wluifcy, Extra Special ., ? 11/0 E/6 Wb^sky, Special Scotch ? 7/9 10/3 5/3 WtfUkyr Old Highland ? 9/0 4/8 Rom, Fine Old Jamaica ? .*.. 11/0 5/6 .nom, Jamaica ? e; 4/8 Rom, So. 1 (Australian) ? 7/9 4/...
THE MIRROR JULY 23, 1921. Optimism and Humbug [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921
jt&r a, 1921. «ptttd» fid HMHf Our politicians who enjoy the plums of office are usually jovial op timists even when the bailiff is shadowing the doors of the Trea sury. Whether it rains cats and dogs and blows a devil of a gale, or whether the suu Mrules tcrenely upon them, they are always a cheerio have. Nobody wants to quarrel with them for going along their several ways smiling1; no body ex pects them to pull Sabbath-day faces or to send out S.OS. signals of distress, and if they fib a few fibs and one or two thumping big ones occasionally, well, providing they do their fibbing judiciously and sugar their fibs so that the crowd may swallow them satisfactorily the crowd doesn't seem to mind. The philosophy of the time seems to de mand from oar politicians nicely coated pilular assurances that the fortunes of the State are efferves cent even tl cvgh they may be as flat as the wine that remained in the glass after the riot of yesternight, - and they, dear fellows, know from...
DINKUM AUSTRALIAN Will Hughes be Recalled? Federal Country Party Revolt (Exclusive to "The Mirror.") [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921
-DINffcUM AUS?Hi%!*Ii*ii Will Hignes ie Recalled? Ftttifci crafffi Pang Reviii (From Oar Special Correspondent.) (Exclusive to 'The Mirror.') The restlessness which has been for some time apparent in the Country Party ranks in the Federal Parliament, is likely to break out at an^ moment not? into open revolt -against the Hughes regime. From reliable sources, we ascertain that under the guidance of Watt, the revolt will result in the recall of the Prime .Minister under similar humiliating conditions as were inflicted on Mr. Watt himself some six months back, in order that he may take the long-delayed vengeance on Hughes, for which he has been waiting so long. Mr. Gregory (Dampfer) is named as the undoubted leader of the Federal Country Party next general election, whilst Watt himself will lead the remnants of the old Nationalist Party, Hughes being . left out altogether; in which circumstance that section of Hughes's sup porters who followed him when he deserted from the Labor Party ...
Dormant Australian Talent. (T.) [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921
Dorant Aistrtliii TflMf ((T.) Australia is the best country in the world. Australia is a great coun try- It is our great heritage. Notwithstansing these grand qualities ooly comparatfvely few seem to realise them. There is nothing done in any other Australia— anything, of course, t^at would: be to the country's, i.e., the people's, advancement and well being. It would take a series of long ar ticles to deal deservedly with sach a topic, but a commencement must be made, and no better introduction could be given 'than to Tefer the' wonderful and diversified talent pos sessed by Australians as a whole, in stinctive and intuitive as they are, but which is incomprehensibly so little availed of. While there snav not be a thor ough' desire for advancement in learning, literature, or the Arts by Australian youth, there is. without doubt, a f a'oulty ever present of act nig with initiative, if not without restraint altogether, in almost every direction' that human affairs and na tional progr...
Eastern Football VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921
Eastern FtotNH victoria. Fitzroy, 14.13, beat Richmond, 8.12. . K . Essenden, 8.13, beat South Mel bourne, 5. 13. Carlton, 22-10, beat St. KSlda; 5.14. Geelong, 10.12, beat CoHingwood, SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Sturts, 11-20, beat Norths, 6.1-^r*^ Souths, 9.9, beat Norwoods, 4. ft.*;' Ports. 15.11, beat Wests, 7-12.
The Football Carnival Notes on the South Australians [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921
me RMtMU ttrtvfll Ntlesti lie SHtt Mslrtlliis (Specially written by 'a South Australian ' for *'flie &!xnmr',l ... The selectors of the South Aus tralian- football team to compete. in the Carnival in Western Australia next mbnth met on Saturday night and made their choice of 23 players (including five reserves). It was onf^pinatfvi +H'a*- tint* taclr nf ««»lpf tion would occupy considerable time, and, as a matter of fact, near ly four hours was devoted to it. The committee comprised: Messrs. J. J. Woods (Norwood), R. Barron (Sturt), C. V, Tyler (Port Ade laide), C. F. Young (North Ade laide), J. F. Dawes (South Ade laide), R. Kappler (GleneSg), H. W. Tomkins (West Torrens), and K. N. McCredie (West Adelaide!. The pie sent is proving^* a record year in connection witn the great winter pastime. Never before, perhaps, naa tnose entrusted' witn cnoostng the interstate team in Adelaide a bigger list of candidates to con sider. The selection is as follows: — (Forward). ? Hart (Nor...
THE CARNIVAL TEAM W.A.'s REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921
THE CARNiVAL TEAM W.A.'s REPRESENTATIVES* The selectors *pf the State Carni val team, Messrs!--Leckie; Hodge, and Matson, met this evening and se lected the following as the? players, to represent this State in. the forth coming carnival::— Wimbridge, Brentnali, Mudie, Boyd, Ford, Green, Adams, Hjoft, Thomas, Truscott, Aden, Gunnyon, Hebbard, Hewby, Sheedy, Campbell, H., Heindrieks, Outridge, Xon^Steele, Bahen, and Cinoris. Training operations will be carried out on the Subiaco Oval on Mon days and Wednesdays under the coaching of Mr. j. Leckie. 'The se lected players are also advised that they are requested to meet in the League rooms on Monday night at S pjn. - ? ?. ,
Anecdotes of Blackboy [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921
AieciitestfBiicKMi (Rv the 'Sergeant.') Early in 1915, in February to be correct: Blackboy Hill was visited by a tremendous storm, and as the buildings were,- to say. 1fce. least, primitive— *ent. pegs not too well driven in or home— things were live ly, more especially as the attack came at midnight. The thunder and lightning were tremendous, me wind tore branches off tJie trees and distributed them without fear or favour, and shelter was taken wher ever possible. There were a num ber of officers. N.C.O.'s, and com mon market garden privates assem bled under a big tree, amongst whom was Colonel Battye. and te spoke as only Colonels may in a military camp, because they -are a law unto themselves. A padre pre sent said, 'It's a dirty night.' 'Dirty be damned,' said the officer; it's a -^ ? — — — — -—^. all sorts of a night.' Just (then a very vivid fla-;Vi of 3ioVit.nintr Ut tin the scene. and a small voice piped. 'I say, Colonel, you haven't got any cigar ette pictures about you, ha...
What the Future Holds [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921
Witt tie FitireHiMs 'Daniel': The 'Padraig Pearse,' a magnificently equipped . Irish liner otY tne , 'cabter Week' class, now so well-Jaiown to our ports, called at Fre mantle last evening. ,A_ massive construction, which might be aptly designated a floating palace, she re presents the very best in inoaem ? navigation. The grand grfeeii, white and yellow flag or the Irish Nation fioatedi freely at her (masthead. In keeping with the, democratic spirit of the Irish -ra*ce. she caters for one class only. Everybody spoke highly of the accommodation, and it was grand to see representatives of Eng lish aristocracy and young Irish tar rriers the best of friends and the gay est of company. What a happ-; c°n trast to the bad feeling of the old forgettable past!' The Irish cricket team on its way to Sydney to begin the Australian tour was an interesting feature of the boat's personnel. The team is, bv the wav. cantained tov.a cousin ol the late Mayor MacSwiney, whose callous murder in an Engl...
WHERE TO GO ON SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921
WHERE TO GO ON SUNDAY. Canning Bridge and Applecroes. — Ferry boats leaving Barrack-st: 9.15. 11 a.m.; 1.15, 3, 5.30, 7, 9 p.m Point Walter. — Trams ex Fremantle. The Zoo. — Open all the afternoon. By ferrjr from Barrack-streett. Government Gardens. -. — McManon'E Band. Mundaring? . Serpentine? TLe Weir is nearly overOowlngr. W. 3, Singe's seven-seater Studel later Car is at your service. 'Phont3 A.3670 or A348S. A run to tbe Hills to-day wiil do you good. Evening. Hibernian Hall, 8.30, Ben Jones. Grand. — 'What's Your Hurry?' (Wally Reid). Princess. - Fremantle. — 'Tiije Dream Cheater.' Palladium, Perth. — 'The White Dove.' Theatre Royal. — 'Blind Love.' Majestic, Fremantle. — '45 Minutes From Broadway' (Charlies nay). Majestic, Perth. — 'The Imp.'1 Majestic, Fremantle. — 'His Wife's Money.' Town Hall. — Perth Symphony Or chestra.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921
Self-Determinatftm for belaud League. (Peter Lalor Branch)^ Under the auspices of the' above Branch, Mr. W. -L. JONES will de liver a LECTURE at the Hibernian Hall on SUNDAY NEXT, July 24, at 830 pjn. Musical items will pre cede the Lecture. Bring a friend. Public invited. P. J. RYAN, President. THE IDEAL VILLAGE HOSTELRY. The Stirling Arms GUILDFORD. BEN HOFFMAN as Mine Host. Happy Comfort in Everything. J. BALFOUR £ COMMISSION AGENT, , S*- MARKET-STREET, \ '?? TREMANTLE. I flrnnmniriirntt With Hotart THE GARLTCW' THE COSY CORNER HOTEL. GODERICH-ST., EAST PERTH. THE STOCKS ARE GOOD-OH! JACK GREEN. Proprietor. THE GRAND HAIRDRESSING ? SALOON. 168 Murray-street. Under Management C. A. Jackson (Late of Palace Saloon). Three Chairs. First-Class Artists. EVERYONE KNOWS The Hotel Belmont (Formerly the 'Ascot.') The Ideal Rendezvous. J. C. Hancock, Host. Dad and Mum, and a Choice Selec tion of the Best Refreshments^ THE FAVOURITE Racecourse Hotel BELMONT, Is the Winning Post — but we neve...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921
YOU CAN GET BREAKFAST AND EVERY OTHER MEAL, CRUET, SERVIETTES, and FULL and PLENTY at 4 MUSKETT BROS. New Cafe 821 HAY-STEEET (Next 'Truth' Office). First Quality Grills and Meals from 1/6. You are Invited to Call and See for Yourself. GEORGE TOSS, 'J Hairdressing Saloon, Literary Institute Bulldinc*. ? 10 CHAIRS GOING ALL DAY. All Leading Brands Smokers' Requisites Stocked. The- Saloon opposite, known as 'Perry's Divan,' is now conducted under the same management. * My Motto: Cleanliness, Courtesy, Despatch. HAY-STREET, NEAR PIER-STREET. ? . ? r- ? 4 N. BLACK, WHOLESALE AUD RETAIL FISH MERCHANT. . We Deliver Fish? to any Part of the State. Country Orders Promptly Attended To. Fresh Fish Twice Daily. . ? Caterers to all tLe Leading Clubs and Hotels in Perth. . - 481 WELLINGTON STREET. .. PERTH CITY MARKETS. 38 MARKET-ST., FREMANTLE. Telephone, A1172. WOtAd YOU -LIKE TO STAY AT A FJRST-CLASS RESI DENTIAL HOVEL, WITH -EVERY COMFORT? THE PENINSULA HOSTEL MAYLANDS IS HANDY TO TRAIN AND ...
Fremantle Fish War PEACE AT LAST!—PERHAPS? [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921
f rewitie fist Wi r PEACE AT LAST!— PERHAPS? Last Monday's meeting of the Port Bumbles adopted the report and recommendation of the com mittee they had appointed to try and clean-up the muddle they had got into over the Fish Markets. In the adoption, Gr. Sidebottom was the only dissentient. He is the Labour Councflilor. The recommendation, which was long and neatly typed, laid down that for a rent of 2/6 per table per ?-ale the fishermen might use the .Markets to sell their fish to the consumer.' There are seventeen tab* les in the Market, and two sales per day; so that for rent the able City Fathers wanted to draw an income of £25 10/ per week. As this rent would be passed on to the consum ers, it will be perceived, how Mayor Gibson and 'his CouncI stand for Cheap Fish! The 'uncoilected' lease money from the departed Langford only amounted to £6 per week. But these individuals who con trol the rates and streets of the Portr apparently don't know their minds in thisx matter, as they...
[?]OPING [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921
^twHfimwtg T^-No tain tainted up last week-end. V, Bat Bright Rosette did at 33 to Sh\% \- r v * fepghtt brilliant victory in the H|^Bd-3ia» Plate. ', J Canning Park races next Satur ' jStectoric Star will soon be in the Umetight. ^ucai xoni s-uie 'o- wax again, luei'cs a. parsou m Ouuittv.\» uautt ea iitSury day. ruiautuc luu&ea uKe getting a ' piave last baturoay only tor that aasi icuce. ??'??. jentdene's chances were settled eany tnrougfc tne gelding breaking dowsi. & ' - 1'hej sties picked' Mitchell on Am buscade for not riding with n-ore '?wgpr, -but .eventually .tney over looked two others in the samo race that could not run a place at Good wood the :previous week: Mountain1 Heath tailing off tn tiie early stages, looks an- early ^ win ner ovqr a distance . Captain Coleman, .who recently) received £10. from Prince Teddy, had the. tenner on Gold Coirf, who was unlucky to lose. , . The promising lightweight horse man. Morse, may ?be.^aeeja in the saddle at. QotA...