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A DISCONCERTING RUMOUR. OUR WHITE AUSTRALIA POLICY CONCERNED. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

A DISCONCERTING RUMOUR OUR WHITE AUSTRALIA POLICY CON CERNED. (Exclusive to 'The Mirror,') SYDNEY, Saturday. — Rumoured here in one of the select clubs that the 'White Australia' pol icy has been rubbed off Hughes' slate* and that it is not an uncertainty ttiat Black and Tan Orientals will settle the Northern Territory prob lem, v [Hindoo, Jap or Mongol, which?— Ed. 'M.']

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
To-day's Football Results West Perth, East Fremantle and Perth Victorious! Perth v South Fremantle W.A.C.A. GROUND. Umpire: Collins. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

To-day's Football Results ('The Mirror's ' Special Reports) West Pern, East FreMHtie aM Pern Victorious ! Perth v South fremantle W.A.C.A. GROUND. Umpire: Collins. The weather conditions were all that could be desired. South were first out. Souths fielded Gunnyon, Sunderland, Lutey, Bateman, Hicks. Hardman, Heindricks, CompbeU (2), Tuxford, Giles, Chalmers, Adams, Callow, Cain (capt.), White, Hawkins, Slaton. Perth was represented by Me Wil liam, ilewsoit, McKenzie, McAuliffe, Bradshaw, Corser, Henley, Hoft, Love, Watts (2), Uren, Bryant, Menzies, Evans. Rowe, Hewby (captain), Mc Comish. Souths kicked towards the river end. First score was made by Johnny Campbell, who marked right in front, and kicked a goal. Perth got the ball down on a couple of occasions but without result. Then on transfer ence of play Hicks scored a point, and from the kick oft 'Bonny' Campbell secured, and booted South's second, goal. Prom the bounce Menzies put Evans in possession, and that player secured the...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO TROTTING OWNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

TO TROTTING OWNERS, AH owners nr.il tr»f or;- are remind ed that nonu»d*i«-ns --io.se on Moivlay for the big 3OlJU«?.l«ls e\en;s. Conftal owners blUMiW seriously consular the .splendid proj: aii'tnr p:ov -ir«i. Kn tries may be lodrvl either in Perth or Kalsroorlie. Mr. Harry Itununcrs ton promises all the boys a bean feast of good racing- See advt., page 4, for further details.

Publication Title: Mirror
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PERTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

PERTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. The Perth Symphony Orchestra will ffive their Sunday nij:ht. concert ;it the Town Hall lo- morrow ni^ht. when they will be assisted l-y Miss Z. Lcin ghati and Mr. Peter Roxby as soloists. The orchestra's selections incltnle. 'Maid of the' Mountains.' Sappc's ?'iloriimR. Xmoii and Night :n Vien na.' It should lie as well supported linancially as it is Ijy attendance, but it only thrummers are given, well, how can the world wag, let alone musicians live on three whole d's.' ADD SPORTING G..— . .— . .— -

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Ladies at Football "SOME" GAME AT BOULDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

Ladies at Football ? u ? 'SOME' GAME AT BOULDER. The visitors to the football match provided by the rival lady teams of tialgoorue and boulder on Wednes day last, the 20th. mst., were treat ed' to an excellent attention's en joyment. Well advertised, the fix ture drew a fair attendance, and by the time the umpire Giasson — the only male person in the arena by the way — whistled up a start the crowd was quite ready for the fray. The rival captains led their charges out in the approved fashion, single file,, and after the 'line up' and 'toss up' no time was lost in the various players taking up their positions on the various parts of the field. Similarly the -lady boun dary umpires and! lady goal umpires got into position very quickly, and off the game went in approved style. The scores at the various Gtages of the game were as follows: First quarter: Kalgoorlie, 1.1;. Boulder, JJ.. ~ Second, quarter: Kalgooriie, 35; Boulder, 12. Third quarter: Kalgoorlie, 4.3; Boulder, 13. Final: Kal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

ALE5 /STOUT For ajfl the best in ;? ? 1 SEEBS 6N KMf$ 1 ;' FOR GARDEN^; SA^?a^D:J STATKMf. *r j ,' Illustrated Catalogue Sent .POST .FREE on aiqplicatitMi Business Address: _ 200 «ad 202 WdCHngten fltntt ?EBTH,WJ- *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

pip»OAMST«IN I I' Wattimr* P^ntin§: § [ Watar Ooioun, I aad PiuW Portraits, jjj I Lafayette 1 Studios ] I Tie Home of Beautiful Por- ifi traits and Art Photography. |j| I BARRACK ST. I (Opp. Nicholson's Music «{ Warehouse). |j| L J. H. WILMOTT, Manager. Ill 'Phone A4514. ||| ALES /STOUT

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Eastern Racing Adelaide Tattersalls [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

Eastern Racing Adelaide TattersalU ADELAIDE, Saturday. — The S.a. TattersaH's Club held a meeting at the Victoria Park racecourse to-day. Re sults: — Mlnoru Trial, one mile. — 1st Divi sion: Godesia 1, Molly F. 2. Aides 3. 2nd Division: Antonine 1, Tierawarra 2, Departure 3. 1st Division dividend (for £1), £14/11/-. 2nd Division di vidend, (ror 1), £2/17/-. , Persimmon Hurdles, about two miles. — Venezelos 1. Curratum 2, R'e quisit 3. Dividend (for £1) £5. Commemoration Handicap, 1J miles. — Socratia 1, King Bardolph 2, Lord Passe 3. Dividend (Tor £1) £5/9/-. Renown Steeplechase/ about 2} miles. — Torpaz 1. St. Simonian 2. Epictetus 3. Dividend (for £1) £3/11/ The Viceroy Handicap, one mile. — Colonel Aides 1, Leachim 2, Amberoid 311 Dividend (for £1), £19/17/.

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CANNING PARK Herdy Norseman the Handicap HAGMEN SADLY BIFFED. Toodyay Tutu Triumphs. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

CANNING PARK nutty Norseman tic Handicap BAGMEN BADLY BIFFED. Toodyay Tutu Triumphs. Racegoers pursued their rayour ite sport under ideal weather conditions at '''?^f Park course to-day, wneu the CP.T.C. neld tne anal meeting or 1921 season. Tne programme or naif a dozen events was a capital one, and provided Home excellent racing. y»tK goinp was on tbe good side, and thUi'so doubt accounted for the times Mr. Jack Hayes' secretarial arrange ments were perfect, and , tbe broad smile he wore was the outcome of the large crowa that pat in attendance. j. ' Spiers on Warflame entered a protest against Pinkus on Barlowsrie for interference. The protest was dismissed, and Spiers was fined £5 for frivolous protesting. An inquiry was opened in the run- ? ning of Gatwick. Explanation accept ed. Morley was cautioned Tor coming In too soon. HURDLE RACE. Of 90 sovs. About two mile?. J. G. Grant's Barlo-werie by Graf ton-Oread, 9.9 {Pinkus) .\ .. l Warflame. 9.6 (Spiers) ? 2 Silent Tom, 9.13 (Leo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

JraS Miss Kyle f^/^-W Corset Specialist /jyfn^apf Abdominal and \jggg|fy\ Surgical Belts of lj*/yM )? J all Descriptions WiU ?/ / Made to Order If — #m BAIRDS ARCADE ^SM§W7 ? PERTH ? Children Like Zj ^3* V*X IT CURES COUGHS AND COLDS. ALL STORES AND CHEMISTS. ? TRIANGLE TEA 1 FOR QUALITY '

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Styles from Motion Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

Styles £ront Motion s Pictures 'In France fashion is dictated by a relatively small group ot fashion dOie women. In .America the mo tion pictures serve as the medium Ot iasniOn rr-n|TTmT|if*arinn -' bo says Al. .Paul inbe, famous *£ Parisian designer, artist and de corator ..and creator of the short vamp shoe, who is now a member ot &£cil j*. . 'JJeJAilles production staff* at the Lasky studio. He de signed the stage settings for the Paramount production of Arthur t Schnitzler's play, 'The ^Affairs Tot AnatoL' „ 'France receives -its fashions from a smail group of Parisian' women who are admittedly the fashion dic tators,' said Mr. iribe. 'It is pos sible to go to a single cafe in Paris and there see the latest fashion i gowns, in coiffures, in jewellery, nose, slippers and ail of the other , « appurtenances of fashion. 'America has no such group. It cannot have because of its size if for no other reason. And I da not' mean to criticise America in con trasting it with France...

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The South Australian Carnival Team [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

The South Australian Carnival Team THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CARNIVAL TEAM. Top Row: G. Trescowthick, F. H. Golding, A. J. Biscombe (trainer), T. Hart, J. McG. Hamilton. Second Row: J. W. Daly. P. Lewis, J. Vickers, D. Moriarty, C. Packham, V. Peters; W. Scott, J. Karney, L. Hosking. Sitting: O. Beatty, L. Cossey, W. H. Oliver (vice-captain), C. V. TyJer (manager). T. Leahy (capjtain), E. DaVies, J. Hanley. Bottom Row: J. Bishop, W. Allen, S. McKee, C. Adams.

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THANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

THANKS. As representing the committee who organised thi- 'Woodland Fair'' and «-n behalf of the boys for whose beue lil th«? Fair was organised, v.r crav ;-.pace in ?our valuable paper -?? ex press the thanks of the committee and the boys to all those helpers and friends who gave generous support in donations of goods or moneys, in loans of properties, in organisation, can vassing, and in any way assisting in the effort. Our special thanks arc uue to the Boy Scours of the Metropoli tan Area for their kindness in cutting and loading trees for decoration. — We are, yours faithfully, A. McM. Patter son, secretary. Boys' Division. T.M. -\A.: J. L. S. Miller, Chairman, Boys Work Committee.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

The West Australian Trotting Association (INCORPORATED) NEXT MEETING Saturday, 6th August. NOMSffATIONS CLOSE MONDAY, AT 5 O'CLOCK A. R. FLINT. Secretary. Bebnont Park Races NEXT SATURDAY . QoocT Nominations Good Racing SPECIAL TRAIN SERVICE. H. F. WILKINSON, Secretary.

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CARNIVAL COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

CARNIVAL COMMENTS. The visitors are timed to arrive on Friday next. At noon our Civic Fa thers will do the honours at a reception in the Town Hall. In the afternoon practice will be indulged in. The Vic torians are n»gt'T'e the W.A.C.A. Ground their headquarters in this re spect, while the' South Australians will have Perth Oval for training pur-, noses. The following arrangements were also listed: — Saturday, August 6th. — Morning free. Afternoon, 3 p.m.: Victoria v. South Australia at Fremantle. Sunday, August 7th — Day at Mun daring Weir. Monday August 8th. — S p.m.: Grand Smoker tendered by West Australian Football League, in Perth Town Hall. Tuesday, August 9th. — Motor Drive. Evening: Free for players. Delegates to attend Australasian Football Con ference at League Rooms. Wednesday. August 10th. — Match at Subiaco, West Australia v. Winners of first game. Evening: Guests of Subiaco F.C. and Municioal Council. Thursday, August 11th.— River Trip. S p.m.: Guests ot East Fremantle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

Kalgoorlie-Boulder Trotting Club — — MONSTER ANNUAL CARNIVAL AUG. 2-*— Nominations Close Wednesday, August 10th AUGUST 24, SEPTEMBER 3, 7, and Iff. Nominations Principal Events, August 1st NOMINATIONS MINOR EVENTS, AUG. 13th. Nominations GOLDFIELDS CUP, ANNIVERSARY ,and CAR NIVAL HANDICAPS Close MONDAY. AUGUST & at 5 pjn. H. G. -HUMMER6TON. Secretary. A POPULAR HOTEL, and A POPULAR FREMANTLEITE. THE FREEMASON'S, South Tenace. Good for Residence or Refreshments W. Harper (Late Packenham-street Corner), Proprietor. At the Criterion Hotel, Hay-st.— Swan Beer at its best. Reg. Har rison, proprietor. EVERYONE KNOWS The Hotel Belmont (Formerly the 'Ascot.') The Ideal Rendezvous. J. C. Hancock, Host. Dad and Mom, and a Choice Selec tion of the Best Refreshments. THE FAVOURITE Racecourse Hotel BELMONT, Is the Winning Post— but we neve! go past 'it. Fred Coleman up. GRAND CENTRAL COFFEE , PALACE. WELLINGT0N-ST., PERTH. Under the Management of OLIVER REES (Late of Merredin). FOR BEST ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

? - — : ? --—»? ? ??L^*?^ WE ARE MAKERS OF. ALL CLASSES OP * ??????-??% Trotting Harness ;i| Including HOPPLES, BOOTS, Eta, to the LATEST AMERI- 3 CAN DESIGN. ^y B. Rosenstamm j King Street, Perth J ? j ? : ? . ** ;* You get Soup, Entrees, Joints, Poultry, and Sweets every Sunday for 1/6 at the . ineAl /NACC 294 Murray Street ^ ' IUCLAL. UArC (N«t Bohemia HOW) Nothing as good in Perth, and you get good value and service on ' i week days also. V''? MRS. FALKNER is in charge. Enough said. j A ROSE ALWAYS IN BLOOM ( . f ROSE HOTEL NORTH FREMANTLE. ? - ../^ ' JACK QUINN, HOST. ? THE BEST OF EVERTHPTQ. j *? THERE'S A DAINTST LITTLE PUB. IN FREMANTLE. THE PIER HOTEL, in Cliff Street Go Round and See it Yourself. A. Stazzonelli (Steve), Host. v NEW MANAGEMENT. , ? - ' . CENTRAL HOTEL Oet 8 Ftae »«UWe Tarawa *sd '; PERTH. . Enjoy your Oating «t Rlgbt Opposite Railway station. FOV8, SO JMIE8 OTMCT. ~ DANIEL MULCAHY, Proprietor. v CHAS. E. GOSDEN, Manager. Consult Foy if yon wish to Boy, Sell...

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GALLOPING [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

GAU0PIN6 ? A Bfelmont Park races next Satur ?; day. TheCharity meeting at Northam .was a Huge success. V.'^Qfeeo has been turned out for s I ' Thseadaway got the stitch last ^atnndav. Golden Plumage* could have won polling a, cart. Wally Sibbritt rode a 'double at Northam last Wednesday. ' Rosy Red was lucky to get that run on the fence. That was not Rosebern's best torm we saw at Goodwood last Saturday. 'Ted?* Temby and Jack White ire both back in Perth again. ' 'Jim McDonald has sold a half in-' tefest in Bex to Jack White. Gatwick was backed for gocd - money last week. Lost all chance ^ winning through getting tanglea ' up at the start. It is proposed to carry horses Trom meeting to meeting by aero; v :^lane service in England. ,The old sporting phrase, 'He rame from the clouds and won by i head,' will then ccme true. Mr. Atex. Clydesdale deserves a pat on the back for his handicap ping of last Saturday's meeting. Electric Star will give punters a '»ock one of these days. Billy M...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Half-time. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Half-time. Souths, 0.0, heat Torifiis. 3.2. Ports, 9.7, beats Sturts, 4.5. West, 3.4, beat Glenelg-, i.e. Finals. £outh, 12.8, beat Torrens, *j.li. , J'orts. 15.13. beat Sturts, O.il. Wests, 5.8. beat Glenelg, 3.9 .

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TROTTING. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

TROTTING On Monday ^Leading Lady was passed in ai auction. The highest bid received for her was 77§ guin eas. ' E. W. Stockwell returned Western Lad to Mr. E. J. March, whd leased him to E. Gosper For the 40 meetings held during the past season, nominations total ling 4,799 were received, and tile starters numbered 3,563. The 284 events held attracted an average number of starters of 12 or over. At the last meeting held at Ep ping (NJS.W.) Mahomet, the gild ing who was raced on the Perth track for the whole of last year, fin ished second in a race, being beaten by a head in a mfle and a half ev ent. This horse was started on the local course both as a tretter and a pacer, and on being taken back' to Sydney he was again raced as a square-gaiter. L&dy Pickwick, a recent importa tion from Victoria, who has been under the care of a veterinary sur geon since she arrived in the West a few weeks ago, is to be put into work shortly. Mr. J. D. Ewing, of Fremantle, has turned his hors...

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