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Eastern Football VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

Eastern Football VICTORIA. Richmond, 9.15, beat Geelong. 5 . o. Golliiiffwood, 10.11, heat Essendou. ' Vitzroy. 4.1 5. beat canton, 3.0. south'' Melbourne, 8.21, beat Mel bourne, 7.11.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
BOXING WADDY DEFEATS GRAHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

BOXING WADDY DEFEATS GRAHAM. Ern. Waddy and Frank Graham, of Perth, .met at the Adelaide Sta dium ilast week. The fight was stopped in the 15th. round in fav our of Waddy. About 2,500 peo pie were present. Graham gave a game exhibition, but Waddy was too -;lever, and Ins blows- were too hard for the visitor.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
At Leederville To-day [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

At Leederville To-day '/ -:s. ? ' Those marked with cross call at 'The Mirror' office, and hear of somethi eg to tfceir advantage. x

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
GODFREY DEFEATS EDWARDS. Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

GODFREY DEFEATS ' EDWARDS. Svdney. Sid. Godfrey, 9st. 81b., beat Llew. , Edwards, 9st. 8|lb., on points after ' an interesting contest for the State light-weight championship at the Stadium on Saturday night. — o — Joe Beckett has backed1 out of a. fight with Geouge Cook, the big Australian, who is in England £t the present. Charlie Lucas says now that Cook is prepared to take on Carpentier. Kelly Mansfield, the Victorian heavyweight, claims he can find backing for £100 to say that he can beat Albert Llyod. Jack Dempsey draws the colour line; he will not have Jack Johnson on his mind. Barney Thompson dead. Not the Barney that boxed in our State. By the way, Barney is still going strong, as he defeated 'Les' Kemp for the middleweight championship of Victoria last week. Rumour is afloat that there will be some local boxing about August 12th. They say the bill will con sist of three 10-round scraps. Sid. Francis and Barney Thomp son look like clashing in Adelaide. What a slashing go it...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
W.A.F.L. "B" Grade [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

W.A.F.L 'B' erode ? O ? \t Loton Park to-day a good game resulted as follows: — North Fremantle, 13.0. C.Y.M.S., 0. 12. -;oal kicker*: North Frcmaiitie ? Ar ilath i.ri. Roper =. Crow i', Courtney 1. Sullivan 1- C.Y.M.S. — Outridjre 3. Martin 2, V. Woodlhorpe 1.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
UP TO THE MINUTE INFORMATION. HOW THE CLUBS STAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

UP TO THE MINUTE INFORMATION. HOW THE CLUBS STAND. I'. W. L. D.PIS. For At,'. E. rn-inantle I -1 It) :» — 40 'TO:* 5i:j Kasl Perth . 1-- 7 5 — 28 074 Oi'J Weft Perth f-J fi 5 1 26 719 «8'.» Subiaco - - 12 I ~ i IS 724 S22 S. l'remanlk- 12 i 8 — 16 777 798 Perth ...12 4 8 — 10 718 834

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
West Perth v East Perth LEEDERVILLE OVAL. Umpire: Wildy. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

West Perth v East Pertli LEEDEBVHJ.E OVAL. Umn're: Wflohr.' The pretty little Leederville Oval was -the rendezvous of a- fine crowd this afternoon, when in glorious sun shine East Perth and the borne team entered the arena. Play was three 'minutes late in. starting. The teams were. — West Perth: Sou atr -capt.), Sneedy, Frazer, Tyson (2), Clark, Craig, Austin, Taylor, Moore, Wimbridge, Fysche, Boyd, Braithwaite, Jones, Gosnel, BlundeU, and Burke. East Perth: Thomas, Walker. Mar rold (2), Duffy. Sparrow, Hebbard, Oakley (capt.), Maloney, Giese, Herd, BrentnalL King, Gepp. Allen, Hilton, Scott and Lynch. ?Easts were off from the bounce, and Giese notched a minor, followed by a clever goal from out of a scramble. Down at the other end Taylor pass ed to Wimbridge, and the twin flags were called for. Immediately attcr the same partnership sent up a second sixer. Hebbard secured by a nice mark in front, a goal was in evitable. Frazer registered a major for Wests, followed after a period o...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
East fremantle v Subiaco FREMANTLE OVAL. Umpire: Carter. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

East Fremantle v Subiaco FREMANTLE OVAL Umpire: Garter. Glorious weather . prevailed, the attendance was good, and the play ing arena was in splendid condition when Old Easts met Subiaco oh the Fremantle Oval this afternoon. The teams were as follows: — East Fremantle: Lowe, Talbot, .Wicks, Castinelli, Mudie. H. Clarke, Burns, Truscott -capt.), Brown, oirang, itawimson, .Bullmore, Galla gher, Bid strip, Kowier, Ion, Cinoris, and Riconi. Subiaco: Preedy, GutaJ, Rawlings, For4, Green, Brown, Sexton, Scully. Murphy, Howson, Eddy, Beisley, Sampson, Batten, Rodriquez, Outridge, Bushell (capt.), and Steele. , East Fremantle, kicking to the hos pital end, quickly got into their stride and Ion kicked their first major with in 30 seconds of the bounce. For the remainder of the term, however, the maroons held the advantage, and put on two majors and two bebinds. Their advantage came mainly from the ruck, where Outridge was supreme, and easily had the call over Ion. He obtained every knock-out...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LEADING GOAL—GETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

LEADING GOAL-GETTERS . M. Campbell (S.F.) .. .. a Kvans (P.) ? 4o Haheu iS. ) ? ','.- Bidstnp (E.v . - ? -i\ Wimbridge -W.r.i .'. . . :--s Gallagher -£.!? . ; ? 21

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

*' W3 mad W* HAY STREET. . 79 MARKET ST, FREMANTLB. MR. W- L. BLITZ jnay be con suited at above addresses. -. Foil Upper or Lower Denture, PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. Perth Tel. A3Q41. Fremantle TeL BtiQl. I . DHW WHERE? WHY. AT ? STRAND CAFE HAY-STRKET. (Under Vice-Regal Patronage). k Apftolntmenls Tborooctfly Up-to-date. ; t Renovated Tbroogbont. Sole Agents for t&e Famous BELLINGER RIVER OYSTERS. \ The Distribution of this Popular Tea, previously in £he hands of James and Co.,' is now entirely under new control. The Returned Soldiers' Tea Supplies HENRY-STREET, FREMANTLE (Opposite Workers' Club). and can be obtained at all good1 Stores. 2/-, 2/2, 'a/S p«r 1b.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

W ROMliC'S ML W. A. Hoey ^^H^ corner High* ^^^V Packenbam ^^M Street II ? ' m ? sDto-usiwes I llesttie. MlgMaWaMJiiHBa^BI (Two Doors W-^*rom WI8£am;6t^j; Surgeon -Dentist: v ~ - HARRY BLAKELY, RDjS., WJL ' Having sewered his connection with Mallan and Kitii may be consulted at above address. Fall Upper «r Lower Dentate, £8/10/ PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. . :. .?'??.. ? j^ YOU CAN SEE TUE FOOTBALL RESULTS GEORGE ROSS ' THE SPORTS' HAIODBESSER, fNext King's Theatre, Soutb Terrace), FREMANTLE. Call and Have a Cbat on Sport.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Men and Memories. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

men and memorte. Headmaster Gustafsoa, of Hamil ton Hill State School, is possessed cf a 'Style pleasing to all. Can con verse entertainingly on #most mat ters, and is always ready to lend a' hand in charitable efforts. His one unfortunate habit is a weakness for bowls, and the weakness is very ; pronounced, as bowlers all over the State know to their sorrow. Mr. A. C. Tinsdale, the local man ager of the United Theatres and Films, is a very busy man .these, days. Has unbounded faith in the' future of Australian-made photo, plays, which is only natural. Aus tralia has every attribute for the purpose. A. C. T. does not keep his. head over the desk all the time. He is a sport of no meant order, and played with the East PeYth Cricket Club last year. , Miss Doris Melville has every rea son to be proud of her talented 'Mountebanks,' whose Fremantle season has proved so entertaining. All the artistes are good, their de portment and delivery being excep tionaiiy attractive. The dressing is ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Wilt Slims' Think ANENT NEXT WEEK'S FILMS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

wiat 'Sains' mm ANENT NEXT WEEK'S FILMS. 'Good References' (First Nation ai). Constance Talmadge snatches high born youth with lew down tastes from path that leads to wine, wild women and (wallop. Excellent all-rounder. \ 'My Lady's Latchkey' (First Na tional). Upens door leading to path of virtue for vrepentant jewel thief. Acting and direction top-hole. 'Stop, Thief' (Goldwyn). Two clever crooks, male and female, cause endless heartburnings in the bosom of respectable family. Per spiring policemen, daft detectives, bewildered brides,- and bellowing bridegrooms main ingredients in humorous film. 'Sooner or Later' (Selznick). Owen Moore solves the question in an excellent five leeler. Acting, lighting, and direction is Al Lloyds.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A Typical Page of Modern Irish History [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

Mtfen Irtsl Histwij XT' (By Ethel Swanwick. in 'Foreign Affairs,' London.) ^ Eugene O'Connell, of the ' 2nd. Battalion Royal Minister Fusiliers, was serving in India when the war broke out in 1914. He was re called and sent to fight in the Dar* danejles, where he -was badly wounded. He recovered, and was' drafted to the fiehtine line in France, where he lost the use of his right arm and was also wounded in both. legs. In June, 1918, he was discharged from the Army with a Government pension of 24s. p=r week. On November 17 of last year, at about 11.45 p.m., he was murdered, in Cork by members of the Crown Forces. An enquiry was held, and his widow gave evidence which was borne out by others, and was not contradicted by anybody in the court. I have the newspaper re port by me. In accordance with this evidence the widow, who is a girl of 24 years of age,^said that she and her husband were awakened by the noise of somebody breaking in the street door. A man armed with a revolver and wea...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

LET'S GO DOWN TO FREEMASONS' HOTEL, SOOTH-TERRACE, FREMANTLE. Swan Beer & Other Dinksm Drinks. CHARLIE ROBINSON, Proprietor. EASY SHAVING AND HAIR DRESSING. By a man who knows his job. ALF. EDMONDS (From Kalgoorlie). MARKET-ST., FREMANTLE. The Saloon opposite Fremantie Post Office, where Morgan's used to be. » STRAIGHT! BILL & JACK REEVES (25 YEARS IN KALGOORLIE). At PHIL ALFORD'S, Next NEWCASTLE CLUB HOTEL. FREMANTLE. S.O., All Events, or Doubles* LET'S GO ROUND TO ?THE CLEO' CLEOPATRA. HOTEL, HIGH-STREET, FREMANTLE. Georgs Boyle. * , --Swan Ale. HAVE A SPOT? * CONSULT JACK PIMBLETT, 50 South Terrace, Frema&tle, IF YOU WANT A DINKUM SHAVE,! ? Try My Anti-Tired Treatment!

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
His Majesty's Theatre ALL AUSTRALIA WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

His mjcsii's I mtrc ALL AUSTRALIA WEEK. A complete All Australian pro gramme of selected photo-plays, produced by A. C. Tinsdale, will be screened at His Majesty's -Theatre, for one week, under the direction of United Theatres and Films, Ltd., and the enterprise of this new firm is certainly to be commended, for it has by dint of energy and persev erance won out in the West, in spite of unwarranted' rumours cir culated with a view to preventing progress in the West. The ' com pany is already providing employ ment for nearly twenty Westralians on its present staff, together with nearly 300 sudents for screen fame in this State, and already one fea ture will be released monthly which, if accomplished, will equal the com bined releases of local productions in the Eastern States. Tie first release recalls the vivid incidents of the ill-fated Burke and Wills Expedition of I860, and might well be termed a romance of 1860. 1 he story begins in lighter vein, aid ed by a love interest, and t...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

UNION T'° BEER 'Zl^Z FAMOUS jjr*^ ^^ ^ m*^

Publication Title: Mirror
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WHY PICK THE KIDDIES? [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

WHY PICK THE KIDDIES? The W-A. Dancing Teachers' and Parents' Association win hold a further meeting at Keogh's Hall on bunday evening at 8 pan. All parents and teachers in the metro politan area are cordially invited to attend. ?

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

ESPLANADE HOTEL FREMANTLE. * Proprietress: Mrs. KELLY. (Late 6: the Grand Central, Perth}. BEST SPIRITS STOCKED. SWAN BEER* ONLY. Let's go round to Visser's^ — for the Oddfellow's is the right hotel. Good* Furniture Cheatp At TUCKER'S EMPORIUM you can buy anything for the Home, from a Clothes-Peg to a Suite. THE BEST OF TUCKER is that he knows how to buy Furniture, Hardware, Pictures, at lowest figure! and will sell them cheap. W. H. TUCKER'S Mart Corner SOUTH TER. and HENDERSON ST., FREMANTLE. Walker & Holmes Butchers Market St, fremantie & Barrack St, Perth ARE OFFERING THE FIRST SPRING LIMB AT REDUCED PRICES Under the Management of our Special Small Goods Man our CAMBRIDGE SAUSAGES ' and Small Goods if once tasted will never be forgotten 1 DRINK SWAN AT THE SWAN ON THE SWAN WHEN YOU CALL AT The SWAN HOTEL, North Fremantie The Host is BILL B0RW1CK.

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Cyre and Rim Trevation [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

tyre ana Rim Tnevation Considerable interest has been aroused in English motoring circles owing to the announcement of an important tyre and nm innovation by the English Dunlop Rubber Co. The new combination will take the form of a straight-sided cover and a nuiofclv- attachable and detach able rim, which makes tyrechang ing child's play. The new rim has created such a favourable impres sion amongst the leading English car manufacturers that it is antici pated that the new Dunlop rim will entirely do away with the detach able wheel which is now such 'a feature amongst British and Euro pean cars. The new rim will ren der unnecessary the carrying of spare wheels and rims, the fitting of cover and- tube being so simple that no one will deem it worth while carrying them, but a need that will follow the new rim will be a mechanically-operated infla tor. Should the new rim prove the success anticipated by the English automobile trade, it will more than likely be introduced; to the Austra ...

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