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Films, Footlights, Plays and Players Theatricalisms Film Phases arid Facts [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

films, Footlights, Plays and Maffli *£ Theatricalisms *£_ CONDUCTED BY 'ALLAN' . Rim Phases aiid Pacts A real dinkum record-season brea ker is Ernie Parlces. Bobby Ramond wiffl always do us, and we're particular. Try and beat Elton Black for a finished Scotch entertainer. Can your The Humphrey-Bishop Company are 'pulling in' some big returns at the Criterion, Sydney, where' they are playing, in conjunction with the J. C. Williamson firm. % — °— T Carson, the World's Worst Jug gler per tiie billing) has not yet put - the finishing touches on bis act, but the material is there. With just a little practice he will be the owner of two very passable acts. Charlie Zoli and Ida Merton, who were both here with the 'Vogues and Vanities' combination, have gone up to Brisbane to join the Me Callum show. The 'Vogues,' as you already know, have ceased to exist- i m t Once again my poetic scribe friend, on the big Joynton Smith sheet breaks out in verse on catch lines in advertisements. This time...

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

[?] (By 'Marcus.') That Labour. Carnival in Freman tle should be an event. Bert Fras er reckons there'll be over 40 en tries for the bicycle race. Last week 'The iMirror' declared there must be at (least a cinder track on the Oval. On Tuesday the Works Committee of the -Coun- cil said there 'should be. Cause ind effect. . j g- Another crying need is for rail ings or protection of some sort along the top of the precipice on ather side of the East-street tram track. The local children use it is a playground, and it is to be loped the city fathers make a move before a horrible accident takes place. , ; What has severely exercised 'The Mirror' man's' brain for the last few days is the absorbing ques tion, 'How did Barney become pos sessed of sufficient courage and strength to brave the perils of a cold and angry sea to keep his daily appointment with Nep tune's Daughter on Thursday morn ing last?' The Council have settled the Fish Market dispute! In their efforts for vengeance on Willis...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Routine of a Vandi Villian "ITS NOT ALL SUMOR" No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

Ruffle tf ? Vflill vilUn .4^ ?'ITS JOT Ml lUMOt' (By Keith Connolly). ' No. 1. Well, readers, I suppose I must carry on with this task, although I iiust truthfully admit that writing articles is far from, being a hobby of mine. However, here goes. ? The daily routine of a vaudeville comedian is far from being what some people think. Only a few days back, a local identity confided' to me that our life was the easiest thing he knew of. Naturally, I ex ploded on him. If he could only go through one of our busy days, I'm willing to bet my best Sunday shirt that his opinion would quick ly change. One of my real busy days con sists of writing material, obtaining props., memorising material, get ling down 'airs' and dances, and attending the general rehearsals, spread that over a day, then add the worry of wondering whether your new turn will 'go,' or will earn you the 'bird.' Then you have the general routine of a comedian in a nutshell. When I first arrived in this city -I felt a little ...

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

Maylands (By 'Out-ot-Order.') ' Charlie Lewis, tl understand, has again been making his presence felt on the Roads Board by advocating for a reduction inthe street lighting charges. His intervention has proved most successful, the rat.es being reduced from £4 to £3/10/- per light. I do not know the number of lights :n Maylands Ward, tmt there are 66 in tie Peninsula, there fore £33 will be saved this year in . that ward alone. Now Charlie, out of that £33 see what can be done as regards a light near the foundry; it is better known as the dark spot of Maylands. If unable to put a ilight there, what about putting .the one opposite Gilmour's on the op posite corner, so that the light will show up that way a little. At pre sent the end of the foundry cuts off ' the rays of that light. An unusual sight was experienced at the Town Hall on Saturday night last. » Ali of Maylands/ apparently turned out to see the star picture ''D'inty.V At 7.45 pxa. there was, to say the least, 200 people ca...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
OUR LOS ANGELES LETTER THE LATEST FROM MOVIELAND. Los Angeles, April 22. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

OUR LOS ANGELES UTTER THE LATEST FROM MOVIELAND. Los Angeles, April 22. Charlie Chaplin has written to the lodal papers, explaining that the re port that he is shortly to marry Miss May Collins is all talk. He states that his divorce degree from Mildred Harris cannot be granted for many months to come. The latest chatter to go ' the. rnunri?? r»f tViP. varimiK cturiinc i« +fi«» publishing of a 'White List' of Mo vie stars, by the Methodist Episco pal Church. The list is headed by Bill Hart, whilst amongst the others are Gloria Swanson, 'Fatty' Ar buckle, Elliott Dexter, Walla?;; Reid, Charlie Ray, Dorothy Gish, Bryant Washburn, Mary' Miles Minter. The most notable ab sentees include the three biggest stars— Mary Pickford, Douglas Fair banks, and Charles Chaplin. Niles Welsh is the latest star to form his own company. He is at present in New York gathering in the finance. William Duncan, the Vitagraph star, was secretly married to Edith Johnson, his leading 'lady. The wedding has onl...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SHOW FEATURES FOR THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

SHOW FEATURED FOR THE WEEK The Grand Now Showing: 'SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT' (Royalty Masterpiece). Supported by 'SOONER OR LATER.' (Owen Moore). Supporting Feature, Changes Wednes day to 'HOUSE FULL' (Bryant Washburn). The Majestic Now Showing : STOP, THIEF' (Tom Moore). ? Commencing Wednesday: 'HIS TEMPORARir WIFE' (Ruby De Remer). And 'WHITE LIES' (Gladys Brockwell). . - The Royal ! Showing All the Week: 'THE BRANDED FOUR' And 'MV LADY'S LATCHKEY. (Katherine McDonald). i The Stage Shaftesbury Theatre. Peter Brooks Amusement C in Revues and Comedy. (Produced by Elton Black). [ The Palladium MONDAY to FRIDAY: 'GOOD REFERENCES' (Connie Talmadge). ' Commencing Wednesday: 'DANGEROUS MOMENTS' -Carmel Myers). The Pavilion Now Showing: 'SIMPLE SOULS' . (Blanche Sweet). and THE SILENT AVENGER -Chapter 14) 'ONCE A PLUMMER' (Lyons and Moran). And 'THE PRINCE OF BHARATA' (IMy Jacobson). Fremantle Shows Now Showing: Princess. — 'Love' (Louisa Glaum), and 'Wanted at Headquarters' (Eva Novak). ...

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

INTENDING THEATRICAL AND DANCING PUPILS. (Juveniles and Adults) Please Note MI8S HILDA McMURTRY (Late J. C. Williamson Ltd.), Ballet Mistress at SUaftesbury Tlicatro. Will hold Classes for the Teaching or Theatrical, Ballet, and Toe-Dancing:. on TUESDAYS aud SATURDAYS, At ihe SHAFTESBURY THEATRE. (Afternoons). Early Application Necessary.

Publication Title: Mirror
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

MONDAY to FRIDAY ^^s^flHU^^Bj^fM^^BtfB The 13th of the Famous iJ^^g^M^^BBMBNNNNNNal MASTERPIECES, jMjl ^^^K«13i^Ms^MBNnnnnnnn1 With an All Star Cast, in, flpf, *^|KQ|^hb^hbbbbbbbb8 eluding ^KraSXj^H^frM^^^^^^H ELIIOTT DEXTER, ^^m ' ^m&r jSsS^^^m THE0D0RE Roberts. ^^H ^ ^vV !!?????? Accompanied by ^H j£? J^HhH SATURDAY to TUESDAY, m 'T(J«H0WEN N00RE ft^PSsi Vfekj^^i^^ ^^HHBBBBBbI 'n ^ew's Allen Browne's &* '? ' *!i^R^jMHKi-P*a8wwHiH wUUiicr vH CC (paramount 9 p.O'VAl»7»j, -^ A riproarious tale of a 'Queen : ? MASTERPIECE and a 'Knave,' who spoiled UsssxsssasflHsmBMBBii a royal heart flush. TO-NIGHT^Robert Warwick in 'THE CITY OF MASKS.' NOW IN FULL SWING. THE DANCING ACADEMY Conducted by MISSES IVY LOUGHLIN and LOUIE BENNETT (Solo Dancers or Shaftesbury Ballet i For the Teaching of Theatrical, Ball room, Ballet, National, and Fancy bane ing, at THE LYCEUM THEATRE, MT. LAWLEY. SATURDAY and WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS, Wanted, Specially Girls, over 16. {or the next Big Panto. ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Hughes Recalled? "THE MIRROR'S" FORECAST SUBSTANTIATED. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

noes Rennet? 'TBS MIRROR'S' J50RECAST {SUB3TANX&BFED. ? w. Thus the 'Sydney Sun' of 17th inst: — A Watt-Greene-Earle Page com bination to displace the present Government is now being discuss as a possibility of the future in Federal politics. 'Billy will fix it!' That is the stock reply of the whole-hog Hughesites to every sug gestion of trouble for the present Federal Government. They will never acknowledge even the possibility of anything happen ing to dethrone their idol. On per formances, of course, they are back ing a winner, but winners in the political arena, as on the racecourse, cannot keep on top forever. The remarkable eulogy of Mr. Massy Greene (the Minister forCus tome), by Mr. Watt, has set the tongues of members and political outsiders wagging. Does it portend a move to seduce Mr. Greene from his allegiance to the little man? That possibility is certainly worth considering. . . jtf r. Greene, by his masterly hand ling of the tariff, has jumped right Into the s...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
"No Action"! FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FAVOURS DISCRETION. "THE BEST EXCUSE FOB FAILURE." [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

'Nt AdtOl'! FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FA VOURS DISCRETION. 'THE BEST EXCUSE FOB FAILURE.' 'Axis' in a blunt and caustic way writes:— 'Discretion is the better part of valour' is the old adage. The new and modern variation is 'Discretion is the best excuse for failure.' That slogan has been taken well to heart by the fireworks experts of the Fed eral Government. Some weeks ago, when the foyalty league blatherskites were yelling our for Dr. Mannix to be excluded from Australia, 'The Mirror' gave its opinion that Jo. Cook was in the unenviable position of ibeing com pelled to decide whether it would be merely dangerous to admit Dr. Mannix, but more dangerous to ex clude him, or simply dangerous to exclude him, but more dangerous to admit him. Jo. Cook and Co have evidently turned that proposition over many a time and oft. mentally and at last (blessed be Heaven!) the trend of events 'At 'Ome' has given them a chance to wriggle out of their hideous dilemma. 'It ? might do harm, and certainly w...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Taxation Tricksters. AN ADELAIDE EXPOSURE. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

juittoi Tricksters? n ? AN ADELAIDE EXPOSURE. Extract from daily Press: — 'Until the present Commonwealth taxation came into force a taxation expert was unknown,' remarked Albert E. Hamilton, who gave evi dence on behalf of the State Coun cil of the Australian Corporation of Public Accountants before the Fe deral Taxation Commission to-day. Now they flourished in every State, be continued, and it was significant that practically all who had lucra tive practices had graduated from the Taxation Department. Having learned that much taxation had been illegally extorted from tbe tax payers' they lost no time in offering their services to ?harassed taxpayers and d«d in fact restore much of that money. There should be no place in the country for experts to profit by the knowledge they possessed, and which was hidden from taxpay ers. The expense incurred in appeal ing often compelled taxpayers to suffer an injustice rather' than to face the expenses of the law courts. The well-known dictum ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Before the Judgement Seat Mrs. Cowan Arraigned Evidence on Bachelors. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

Before the JNf Kit scat ? a ? (By The Associate). Mrs. Cowan Arraigned Evidence on Bachelors. The venue of the week's sensa tion al trial was for once removed to the Children's Court, and thus the general pubVc were excluded, but showing what tremendous interest was taken in the case the adjacent streets were crowded with those anxious to hear the decision of the 'Solon's' who composed the bench of magistrates. Women of all classes and types had been before the court, and had 'justice' meted out to them, but never before had a lady of the standing of the then tried culprit been arraigned, and certainly it wa3 the first time that a lady member of Parliament had faced the mus'c of a court orchestra. There was a full attendance of the J.P.'s, Justices of the Peace (not judge of pigs, Mr. Printer). It was remarkable, and all bore a serious look, one gentleman resembling much a circus performer, whose trick pony refused to do his work. The defendant appeared dressed in a'L'Astor' costume...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE MIRROR JULY 30, 1921. The Culb of Bunkun [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

JULY 30, 1921. Tie out ?! bukui Some little while ago 'The Mir ror'* ventured the opinion that the Imperial Conference was merely a -Pmne Ministers' picnic — a sort of international pow-wow with a cigar and 'a wee drop' of something warm — a confab over the state of the political barometer — nothing more than that, and perhaps an his torical photograph for the press when the cigar is smoked and the glass is emptied. And 'The Mirror' seems to ha*e picked a winner. That extraordinary and erratic copyrighted person,. 'The Special Representative of the Aus tralian and New Zealand Press As sociation,' who has had his eye to the keyhole at 10 Downing-street for many days, without being able to glean more information than the average, eavesdropper at my lady's chamber door, seems to be in a flutter over 'the conflicting rumours clouding the main business of the Empire Conference.' Nothing so far seems to have been settled! in connection with those Pacific prob lems which have been limeligh...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Our Stories for the Movies No. II. THE GOLDEN BOWL. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

Oir Sltries f »r ifee Mivles No. n. THE GOLDEN BOWL. 'Or ever the silver cord be loosed. Or the Golden Bowl be broken.*' The scene is. laid cm the Western diggings some twenty years ago. ?~ Caste: . s Mat Sharpe: A frffinin£ Manager. Bob Gibbons: A Speculator. Tonv Gibbons: Ditto' Frank Goodford: A Young Meta lurgist, seeking his fortune. Margaret Mason: His Betrothed. Mrs. Goodford: His Mother. 4 Sandy Brady: An Outback Hotet keeper. ? { Eta . Part I.— A Real* Home Scene. Mrs. Goodford and Margaret await Frank's return to a western city. Frank greets his mother and -his sweetheart affectionately. He points out that the family fortune is reduced to only a few -hundred ! dollars, and as business is bad in town he announces his intention of going to the diggings to seek his fortune. : * Two. — Frank bids Ms folk good bye, and we next see farm aliasing s the elusive gold. After many months he and his mate, DeadlucK Dick, find a small patch and go to town to sell it. Frank sends a re mi...

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

?BmflBmflBmflBmflBmflBmflBmflBmflBmflBmBTb^fS^HBmflBmflBmflBmflBmJHflBmJHflHBmflBmJI I lPW»ll|WMMMalMMs»WMMMBM» AT THE PALLADIUM— MONDAY TO FRIDAY. n I Not a reference to bless H ?J herself with — and a peach S V of a job going. A ? Put most girls in that MJ ? position, and they'd sit Wk B down and cry. B ? Put Connie Talmadge in ? ? it and you'll bet your last fl ? shilling that she'd get away fj ? with it. ? ¥ she did.' y^Siri^SI HER LATEST HIT. Constance .wings her way into a flighty career after setting fire to Bridget's boarding house. It's a merry melange of gur gles and giggles! REffRtHCCS' No References No Job No Money. LATER: Great Life Good Job Lots of Cash. You must see this Constance Talmadge picture. Additional Wednesday — Cflrmel Myers in 'Dangerous Moments' TONIGHT — Florence Vidor in 'THE OTHER HALF.' rL PAVILION MONDAY AND TUESDAY. Blanche Sweet SIMPLE SOOLS He was the simple sort — while her heart was aflame with romance. Now what do you think would happen in a sit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

tMIHliil Director: J.C. Wii^ai^gilpas. TO-NIGHT: ELAIKg Jg^MMERSTEPT in 'WHWPigW.' MONDAY AND TOE8DAT MDCT. Tom Moore ?Stop Thief i - A Screenart Comedy. : w^^^Di^r- *'? Gladys BrocKwell Rubyede Remer ?HisTemlporaiy Wife' To-Night: 'The Valley of Doubt.' Monday: 'The Sflvsr Horde.' Wednesday: 'Stop Thief*' and 'Peaceful Valley.*'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 30 July 1921

Governing Director ? Hany G. Musgrove. TO-NIGHT: 'UNDER NORTHERN DIGHTS.' » HH|HMHMH| two big attractions ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H - MONDAY TO FRIDAY. tt^sBak -£- ^^ 'My Lady's X|^1BW- jSM 'A STOLEN GEM FOR B ^^?^?WofteoociD^tf STOLEN HEART.' ?^^^^^^^^M AV e^ iBBsX. ** was ^er husband's wedding j . ^^^^^^m wL r^uBE? £** *- stolen £rom her own I^Hb^Hb^HbW 7fi*7 ^B§?' uncle- sile knew exposure ^^^K^^^K m\T V^ ^^^T waa Ecarcebr a minute away; '^BH^MJ^^V F^£ ^»^^ ? even then she could have ^m \. ^^^ avoided it. Instead she went ^^ \ ^. through with it, just because she loved a crook. — ALSO— t THE SELECT SOCIETY SERIAL, ^??JHJHJflJ^^ -.-ro&-:::::--:3^ lIBSfflBoilimBlwrfiriniTw ijrnmu ^SHHHHbMk^. % ^ MUSICAL INTERLUDE— 'Morning Noon and Night' (Suppe). I BOX PLANS ALWAYS ON VIEW AT THEATRE. I ._ -^ ? « « a ^_ _. ... Sunday Night, ' July 31st,— 'Rio PRINCEQ^ Grande' (a Thriller). ????^^?*&WWj Monday and Tuesday.— Eva .Novak in |'||P'1I AMTI sP 'Wanted at Headquarters,' and rfKlllVI...

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

* * Cityoddities. * * Returned per -s-.s. Katoomba— Mrs. and Miss Brennan, who have been putting in several enjoyable months in Melbourne. City Analyst Mann is much sought after as a giver of evidence in cases involving technical know- ledge. Deserves better recognition than he is ever likely to get from the 'starve crow' crowd! — o — Bill Eddington, like his prototype Dick Whittington, is re-elected for the third time — not as Lord Mayor of London, but as Secretary of the Commonwealth Service Associa- tion. Bill will do us. He won by an innings and a hatful. Mr. W. E. Kelly, the West Tor- rens S.A.) footballer, who recently met with a playing accident, is at present a visitor in Perth. He rec- kons on getting back his punch — likewise his kick— long before the season ends. Jim Kenneally, of the Loco. Un- ion, is a man much misconceived. Certain folks imagine him a man bloodied to the lips with the gore of 'the boss,' but in sober honesty Jim is the incarnation of a Methody minister...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Films, Footlights, Plays and Players Theatricalisms Film Phases and Facts [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

Films, Footlights, Plays and Players *& Theatricafcsms S* CONDUCTED BY 'ALLAN' Film Phases and Facts Dame Nellie Melba is in Sydney. Bobby Ramond will always do little us. , At their best last week— Ford and Davis. The Paulasto Boys return short lv. Perth's, own juggler, Colinc, has returned West. Freddy Webber is at pre.sit 'tickling the ivories' to Collie fans. ' Jones and Raines, who open up '~*,i the. Shaftesbury Theatre next Friday evening1, have a record sea son with the MacCallum show in Brisbane to their creait, wnicn means that they are tip-top pei formers. Mac very rarely makes a migfcpifp., so we are safe in awaiting something out of tne box, so to speak. Lee White and Clay Smith, who were out here some few months back in 'Bran Pie,' etc.. have been creating a riot at the Liverpool Hippodrome (England). They are certainly two of the finest musical comedy (or otherwise) performers that have visited Australia of late. ?fl[ am not surprised to hear that Wilkie Bard, ...

Publication Title: Mirror
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

GRAND MUSICAL TREAT. TOWN H&LL, SUNDAY NIGHT. PERTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. A Fine Night's Programme. Reserved Seats: Room 6, 715 Hay-street. Admission: Silver Coin. NOW IN PULL SWING. THE DANCING ACADEMY Conducted by MISSES IVY LtlUGHLIN and LOUIE BENNETT (Solo Dancers or Shaftesbury Ballet) For the Teaching of Theatrical, Ball room, Ballet, National, and Fancy Danc ing-, at THE LYCEUM THEATRE, MT. LAWLEY. SATURDAY and WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS , Wanted, Specially Girls, over 16. for tne next Big Panto. — Apply by letter to the above, c.o. Shaft^sbury Theatre. 1 Ifis Majesty's TKeatre Lessee ? BEN and JOHN FULLER, LIMITED. Under the Direction of Mrs. HUGH MacLEOD (Miss Elsa Langley). ) IN AID OF THE McINTOSH MEMORIAL. THE BEAUTY SHOP AUGUST 9, 10, and 11 NEXT. ( Tiesday, wmms., «f TUifs^fli Next You can dodge a house.a husband, or heaven, but not 'THE BEAUTY SHOP'— 9, 10, 11. I. EASTERN SCENA ? (Brilliant and Beautiful). U. THE SHOP OF BEAUTY, BEAUTIFUL AND BRIDLIANT DRAMATIC ? CO M...

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