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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921
RACES CANNING PARK SATURDAY NEXT PERTH'S BEST WINTER COURSE. J.R. MAYES, Secretary _____________________________________ WEDNESDAY NEXT NORTHAM RAGES &nbsp; IN AID OF CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL. Special Train. Fremantle 7.25; Perth 8.10 am. A GREAT OUTING IN THE COUNTRY. R. BURCH, Secretary. _____________________________________ WE ARE MAKERS OF ALL CLASSES OF Trotting Harness Including HOPPLES, BOOTS, Etc., to the LATEST &nbsp; AMERICAN DESIGN. B. Rosenstamm King Street, Perth. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; _____________________________________ &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; You get Soup, Entrees, Joints, Poultry, and Sweets every Sunday for 1/6 at the &nbsp; &nbs...
TROTTING [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 23 July 1921
mum 9 Opening of the season August 6, Trotting fan* will- welcome tlus meeting. * ? ' . \ They are aU waiting to -i» 'under the'lights.'1- - * &. Colin has been returned^ ra^|$iU' Lean. %''''^^^^^-.'*- Greywood! is looking ^Mgfcwf^f^ . Solar Plexus an early plac^getter. Miss ' Dudley is improvS^ ; wlUbS every race. Should about 'bjrjripe r' on Ike 6th. - . . ?V'-i--^p^ ? Bdgel's Pride has been.. leased to Dave MichaeL ?/ Vic Alto has been turned tjfit for a spell owing to have me^ \vith an accident in a fall. v An aged pacing mare named Bob yah, by Tommy II.-Waitress. has been imported from the Eastern btates. She nas a placed record of ?22 in Sydney. '- v Monarch, who heads the wuuung list, has won stakes to the Value of £1.066 for the past 12 months. Har old Rose comes next with £986. As Mr.' W. P: Oliver is leaving for the Eastern States next week, Percy. Rock Maid, and Olga Dare haw been turned out for a spell. Mr. W. Foy has sold the grey gelding Constellation to O: Rob...
Woman HER FANCIES and HER FADS Coming Modes [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921
\17sx#*'tV* *% HE!* FANCIES— WOUiail and HER FADS «^ Coming Modes *£ It is evident the frocks of to morrow are to be characteristised by a deal of detail, ihe very thing that has been lacking for many sea sons past. It ,is a rather bad sign in seme respects, for it threater.-s a hark back to the be-trisunc 1 and Denounced frocks that mean a lot of unnecessary work and . material, and a loss of grace in line and ele eance. At present these decorative ef fects are chiefly confined to the skirt, the bodice being kept severe ly* plain and tight-fitting. Quite early Victorian, as .a. matter of fact, and, like all the fashions of that time, not too becoming and neither really picturesque nor graceful. ?There is^a certain, quaintness about - these plain - fiittirig- bodices, allied to the full skirt, but 'one grojvs tired of them much quicker than of the soft, loose corsage. Then . the wearer must have a slender, straight and good figure to look well in them. One who is not a really good f...
Homily for the Housewife [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921
Homily for the Housewife A Night Candle Hint.— When a dull light is wished, put salt on the candie till it reaches the black part of the wick. In this way a mild and steady light may be kept through ihe nigl t. by a snia'i p:ece oT. camUe. Cheap Billy.— To make a cheap and strong workman's billy take a 21b. preserve or jam tin and cut the iid as ciose as possible to the edge. Then take a piece of 1-8 wire about 10 inches long, and make it into the shape of a handle. Then punch two holes about a quarter inch from the top of the tin. When complete this makes a good strong billy. To Mendan Enamel Dish.— Take a piece of ordinary putty and paste over the affected parts; when dry paint over with enamel paint the colour of the dish. I have been using a dish that I mended this way for six months. To Keep Dust Out of Watches.— A cheap and effective home-made dust excluder for workmen's watches and others can be made as follows: — Get an old cycle inner tube, cut about lin. off, pierce a smal...
"Their Name Liveth For Evermore." EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS OF SOLDIERS' GRAVES AT FORCVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921
'THeir Name Liveth For Evermore.' EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS OF SOLDIERS' GRAVES AT FORCVILLE. These photos were secured by Dr. Cyril Bryan, of Perth, who is re-visiting the battlefields, and are the first published in Australia of the finished cemeteries. , (1) The 'Pill-Box' on the right forms the gateway. (2) Note the regimental crest at the head of each stone. (3) The Finished Military Cemetery at Forcville, near Amiens.— This must be one of the first, if not the first photo, of a finished military cemetery to reach Australia. All cemeteries are to be fin ished like this. The 'Pill-Box' oil the right is the gateway, and is a grim monument in itself. Be tween the mound at one end and the sword-mounted cross at the other end. runs the cemented path ways, seen in 1 and 2. On the mound is the inscription : 'Their Name Liveth For Evermore.' The headstone bears the regimental device in each instance (seen in 3), rank, name, and date of death. Lower down in many instances ao pears a further insc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921
The Beer's goo/i at the Oddfellow's and it's always a pleasure to see Jack Visser. IN THE WHEAT COUNTRY. MECKERING. A FINE PLACE TO CALL AND ? STAY. TBE COMMERCIAL HOTEL. Chas. Robinson (Late Freemason's, % Fremantle) , Proprietor.
DINKUM AUSTRALIAN Waking Up [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921
DINKUM AUSTRAL! AM | W«fli«p Within the last forty years Japan lias been assimilating European no tions, and lias steadily picked its wayway carefully, patiently, and in telligently over the steppingstones of the stream of progress. From being a semi-primitive and archaic people, with half barbaric customs and leanings and a strange culture this Mongol-Tartar people, still a difficult study to the ethnologist, has advanced by leaps and bounds in the science of government, and have pushed themselves into an im portant place among the strong Powers of the nations and the Mon gol-Tartar Empire in the North Pa cific, as is appears to-day is one of the dictators of the peace of the world, and so far as .Australia is concerned, a not very desirable neighbour in the Pacific. But, like other European nations the Jap Em pire is up against serious problems, and the crowded swarming millions of this many islanded Empire are wanting more elbow-room. Where to distribute its surplus population th...
"SOME SCOOP" FOR "THE MIRROR." An Unfortunate Discourtesy. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921
'SOME SCOOP' %OR 'THE : MIRROR,' An Unfortunate Discourtesy. In our columns last week 'The Mirror ' printed the news of the predicted defeat of theLawson Min istry in Victoria. This news, pub lished last Saturday, was confirmed by the 'Daily News' on Thursday, 'ine other, predictions relative to the recall of Hughes just remain to be verified, and from all accounts will be. It is here we feel called upon to make an apology. Our information ' was obtained in Kalgoorlie from none other than Mr. J. J. Simons, M.L.A. It is well known Mr. Simons is a newspaper man. When in company with Mr. C. J. De Garis, of Kendenup, he was asked for some information relative to poli tical matters. He unreservedly gave our special representative the fuH story, knowing that his own paper's interests had to suffer in consequence. By a grave over sight at this end of the wire no ac knowledgement was made as to the source ,of the information, and in this connection w/e feel ourselves under an obligation eve...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921
Interstate carnival Football SATURDAY NEXT, FREMANTLE OVAL, 3 P.M. j SOUTH AUSTRALIA V. VICTORIA. I I WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10th., SUBIACO OVAL. 3.15 P.M. WJL V. WINNERS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA AND VICTORIA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 13th., 3 PM. PERTH OVAL. Wl V. LOSERS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA AND VICTORIA. ADMISSION (imtfudinfc tax): Stand. 2/6; Reserve, 1/6. C. M. HJCKEY, Secretary Australasian Football Council.
Women's Wongi. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921
* lUvincrs (Uongi. « f , ? . ? ^Back from the East the Rev. A. H. Gribble. . Mrs. j. J. East has returned from Adelaide. — o— Bunbury people will be glad to welcome back Mr. C. Tognini, who has recently returned Westward. Mr. Hogarth, with his bride . (nee ? Miss Nancy Milne) have left town for their Ida Valley homestead. Mrs. Hodge, of Gnowangerup, de parted bushwards again during the week. 'Why are you in such a violent temper to-day, Muriel?' 'Our maid is ill and my poor mother has to do all tbe work!' Returned per trans-train — Prowse, M.H.R. His Wowsership remains in Perth until festivities re-commence at the Federal 'seat of Govern ment.' A visitor from India, who is just now 'doing' the Caves, is Mrs. Pritchard. She is spending her ho liday with a Mt. Lawley relative, Mrs. Rigby. The funeral of the late Mr. R. P Vincent took place yesterday J£ri day), and was attended' by a large number of influential citizens. Mr. Ockerby, late of the Flour MiHs of that name, is expected bac...
The centenary of W.A AN APPEAL FOR AN EARLY START. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921
Tic catcM q «l w. A. AN APPEAL FOR AN EARLY START. In August, 1929, Western Austra lia will celebrate its first Centenary. 'The Mirror' proposes that initial steps tie immediately taken to en sure that some adequate commemo ration be held in the capital city of this State during that month to - fuily immortalise the century's progress. -It does not take any imagination on our part to detail the progress of this State since Captain Stirling and his brave men landed here on that historic occa sion. Indeed, the story of the trials and tribulations of the pioneers of Captain Stirling's fine ship have been long lost sight of by our edu cational, historical, and national as * socfetions existing at the present time. The whole celebrations should be, we think, based on similar lines to the programme laid dtown by the PHgrim celebrations recently held in America. In these jollifications those families descended directly from the pioneers made the occa sion a memorable one by the meet ing to...
CRICKET. MCDONALD, AUSTRALIA'S EXPRESS BOWLER, STAYS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921
CRICKET. McDONALO, AUSTRALIA'S EX PRESS BOWLER,- STAYS IN ENGLAND. The cableman has announced that McDonald, Australia's fast bowler, has accepted a twelve-months' en gagement -with the Nelson Club. McDonald was offered £550 a year, a hause free, and a passage for his wife and family, to join th.e Nelson , Cluli in the Lancashire League. The offer to McDonald recalls one received by iSrnie Jones some years ago. It appears that Ranjitsingbi was anxious to retain Jones's services for Sussex. 'Banji' offered Jones £10 a week, a house, and £2 for each day he was engaged in travelling to a cricket match. In addition, Jones was to be regarded as an amateur, and the conrtact was to be made fOr a term of five years. At the time Jonet was getting about £2/l«/ a week for 'pushing a lawn mower.' to use a friend's words, on the Adelaide OvaL And yet 'Jonah'' declined the offer, declaring that he preferred to 'go home with the boys.'
FEDERAL OPPOSITION LEADER'S ILLNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921
FEDERAL OPPOSITION LEADER'S ILLNESS. u SYDNEY, Saturday .-^Mr. T. J. Ryan, M.H.R., who arrived from Melbourne early in the week, hat been taken seriously ill with an at tack of pneumonia. His medical advisers state that he will be pre- ' eluded from any active work for some weeks. It is understood that his condition gives rise to the gra vest anxiety. '
MOONEE VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921
MOONEE VALLEY MELBOURNE. Saturday. — The Moo nee Valley Racing Club held a meeting to-day with the rollowing results: — Gillibrand Hurdle Race, two miles. — Sandule 1, Argosy Boy 2, Kilowat 3. 6 to l agst Sandule. Derrimut Handicap, six furlongs. — Sabot l, New Shot 2, Antarctic 3. 7 to 2 agst .Sabot. ~ Lindsay Gordon Steeplechase. 2 miles 8 chains. — lolausl. Mctaphrast 2, Tar moola 3. 0 10 \ agst Iolatis. Glenorla Handicap, U miles. — Court Jester 1, Gulgo 2, liuntrim 3. 1C to l agst Court Jester. Mount Cotteral Jumpers' Flat Race. 1 mile 7 Turlongs. — Best Steel 1, Roisel 2. Jackstaff 3. 10 to 1 agst Best Steel. Sunset Welter, 7 furlongs. — First Division: Vibration l, Cantabile 2, Li berate 3. 4 to 1 agst Vibration. 2nd Division: All Smiles l, Earldom 2, Fathopus 3., 5 to 2 agst All Smiles.
RUGBY FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921
RUGBY FOOTBALL. SY1.»XKY, This Day. — The great Vouth African team of footballers, tin 'Springboks,' who arc now touring New Zealand, .suffered their lirsl de feat to-day in their match with Can terbury, the home team scoring four goals to the visitors' four. The game was witnessed by a record crowd, and the visitors secured a great welcome. Harry Prime writes from Fre mantle: — Wrestling— State Championship. 'My match with Wally Moyle for tlie title had to be declared off on account of me having an accident to my foot. W. Moyle has stated to me that he must hand over the title to me of the champion middle weight wrestler of the State because he finds he cannot keep down to the weight. I will wrestle R. Ricci, of Perth, to defend my title against him in about four to six weeks' time, as I think my foot will let me get into training operations again by that time.' LOXDON, July 30.— The authentic ity of Lord Xorthcliffe's statement is emphasised by the fact that Lloyd George has found...
COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921
COMMENTS. The Hurdle Race consisted of nine runners, with Silent Tom and Peggy's Joy the most prominent or the bunch, rollowed by Barlowerie and Warflame. At the flrst jump Peggy's Joy took charge from Silent Tom, Carngbam fell at -this stage. ? Passing, the stand Barlowerie 'and Watpame wefre showinp the way, with Peggy's Joy about ten lengths off. Down the back they had a clear run as the fence was down. Barlowerie and Warname were on terms at the last jump, but in the Home run Bariowerie won by a quarter of a length from Warname, with Silent Tom nve lengths off third. Warambie was a Talr fourth, then Peggy's Joy, Sprinpniounl, Parantic. and Yardie. v:ho shot lis buy at ilio last, remounted aii'l completed the course. The First Class Plate saw only thnw runners line up for the £'.)-? slake ois offer. It is quite evident that owner? doii'l want money, as some or them have been having a royal lime lately. Very Faithful was first to show ort from' Barnsworth and Electric Star. .\rter...
FEDERAL POLITICAL CRISIS. A SURPRISE LOOMING UP. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921
FEDERAL POLITICAL CRISIS. A -SURPRISE LOOMING UP. MELBOURNE, Saturday.— Considerable rest lessness is in ?evidence in Federal Cabinet cir cles. Ministers are obviously upset at r tlpe in triguing that is going on on all sides. . ,. V'. . Well-informed men hint that the details of the suppressed -cablegram sent to Mr. Hughes in London have leaked out. _ r» The situation is considered so critical that ? members tnift 'TSeTial^ probable effect of the repudiation of the guar antee given to Mr. Hughes before his depar ture, and there is talk of the possibility of a Gen eral Election being precipitated^ at any time.