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ADELAIDE FOOTBALL. Interstate Match. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

ADELAIDE FOOTBALL. . ; IntWsUte Match. , ADELAIDE, Saturday. — The match be Jjv«en Qte visitiog ? VictoTians «nd - ^soaib Anstralla'^wiiS' played -.'' in fine ?weather to-day. Following are the scores: — Quarter tune: Vic. 3.5, S.A. 1.2; half-tune. Vic. 4.6, SA. 3.7; lemon tune, Vic. 8.10, Souths 3.13; final, Vic. 10.12, S;A. 5.19.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

Grand THE HOME OF PARAMOUNT PICTURES. Sole Direction: T. COOMBE. TO-NIGHT — J^aurice Toumer Presents 'DEEP WATERS.' MONDAY AND TUESDAY. PARAMOUNT »#3Bi presents m$ jKmm tmSm 'The House of Silence' A Mystery Drama, Thrilling, Ab sorbing, Baffling. — Also Showing — WM. FAVERSHAM in his First Big SELZNIGK Picture^ Entitled— 'THE MAN WHO LOST HIMSELF/' WEDNESDAY. * CHARLES RAY in 'AN OLD FASHIONED BOY.' and VIVIAN MARTIN in 'MAKING HER HIS WIFE.'

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Belmont Park Races St. Vana Wins the handicap Books Score at Last—Norrie a Treble [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

BeimoRt pan mm * St- V«M WliS IK HlNiCip BMk$ sctre it list— Nwrk ? TnMe ' ? it was more Iflse ndd-&unimer than winter «t Belmont Park to-day, when me dub Ueld its August jueottng The bif «-rowrt that attended helped to make the meeting a success. Seven events were put thr«j?J» right up to sfJ'OUnle time, and Suckers *.ad the worst or tn-- day. The. racing tra«:k was In sp'.en dtd condition, and .'i re Is r.o douot about this cour.se being one of the best in tne ?tate. . Mr. II. F. Wilkto&cn saw . that the sport' i? public were not Want ing im nic tWB.) . ..hurdle Race. — Or 100 sovs, a miles and 6- yards. — J. Brydon's Wtffl«ne, by Wallace — Cascanet, 9.7 (Walker). 1; -Barlo-werip. 10.5' (Leonard). S; Silert Tom. 9.10 (Warnatninde) and Warani ble, 9.0 ( Chandler] dead .heat for 3rd V place. Other starters: Yardie, 10.5 (Marks); Parantic, 9.0 (Hefferman); Peggv's-Joy, 9.0 -O'Rourke). Dividends (tor to/-): S.O., £1/6/-; place, IS/.-. 53/-, 6/-, 9/-. Betting:: 6 to 4 a...

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

iSPEOAUIS*S IN IBnifttqra Paintiac, W«t«r Ooionn, and Pastal Portraits. Lafayette Studios I The Home of Beautiful Por | traits and Art Photography. I BARRACK ST. I (Opp. Nicholson's Music ?;v . Warehouse). I J ft. WILMOTT, Manager. I - 'Phone A&M. Extreme $reasare «a mm apace pte Tents tis paMtHttlng several articles. The tallowing articles will appear jn next week's issue: — 'NorthdHre-Cur- ton,' 'That 5 per cent.- Robbery,' 'Our Police Force,' Admiral Sims' Recall,' and several others of interest. ? ALES /STOUT *tat trfc GuMMtftMy U3 ALES' /STOUT 9mmfti(&amtmtqW. L* : -JIf!IWllWI| -? ??????? --?-r.-!--^r--:-V-p;*l jftUED AND PLAHT MSBOH* -- For all the beat in, * SEEDS III HANTS FOR GARDEN, FARM AJTD ? STATION. Illustrated Catalogue Sent POST FREE on application Business Address: 200/ and KB Wellington Strttt* PERTH, W*. ?_

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

Interstate Camivdl Football - WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10th, SUBIACO OVAL. 3.15 P3L WJL V. WINHEBS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA AND VICTORIA. j SATURDAY, AUGUST 13th., 3 P.M. PERTH OVAL. W.A. V. LOSERS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA AND VICTORIA. ADMISSION (including tax): Stand. 2/6; Reserve, 1/6. C. M. HJCKEY, Secretary Australasian Football Council. * -,1- x : ? _____ _^ .__ **y. ? -

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THE LAST STRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

THE LAST STRAW. Outraged Son: 'Look 'ere! 1 don't mind yer puttin' me Sunday clob ber, up the spout for booze, but when 'it comes to poppin' a bloke's football guernsey— Come on! Put 'em up ! ' —'Bulletin.' Jack Visser's Oddfellow's Hot-?l is in South Terrace, Fremantle.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR LOS ANGELS LETTER THE LATEST FROM MOVIELAND. Bebe Daniels Does Time. Los Angeles, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

90S LOS ANCELES UTItR THE LATEST FROM MOVIELAND. Bebe Daniels Does Time. Los Angeles, April 27. Bebe Daniels is at present 'doing tune' in the local gaol, . in accord ance with the judgment passed on her for 'speeding.' Her sentence is for ten days. The fihn publicity men are making a big hit over the incident, and have plastered every ings in the cell, which simply means that a big farce is being made of 'justice.' ? Special furni ture, a phonograph, stacks of read ing matter, and 'eats' have been placed in the cell, which has natur ally raised a big cry. of 'favourit- ism' and 'unfairness' from tbe other Drisoners. The event has caused widespread comment all over the country, which means won derful 'publicity' for Bebe. Kitty Gordon has crossed the ocean to Paris for an extended holi day. In my letter of a few weeks back £ announced that Sessue Hayakawa had finished up at the B rue ion Studios. Now I am told that Ses eue has signed a lengthy contract to appear on the vaudeville st...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
How I First Hit the "Foots" YOUTH AND GREASEPAINT No. II. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

Howl First lit tie 'FHtS' YOUTH AND GREASEPAINT. (By Keith Connolly). No. II. Well, folks, I got the first article off my chest, and now for the sec ond spasm. Contrary to my ex pectations, not a single reader of 'The Mirror' took exception to my version of the daily routine of a *-*^n as3 ; o n Rahvfi»n vrm an^ mA and 1 .Will ir HP 4,JVV1l«rV.. J ** fc» »»»»^i ? ? ? — ? the gatepost over there, I quite ex pected to be chased down the street by some fierce, brawny-handed son of toil, who might possibly be arm ed with something much bulkier than a wooden match — anyway, if it was a Japanese one It wouldn't strike, would it?1- Just fancy for one moment being chased by a Master Baker. Now they can strike, and hard too. StilL writing articles is much harder than singing parodies on 'Abe' on the boards; but never mind, here goes for my second spasm, on 'How I First Hit the Foots.' The reason I have hit this subject is that many of you readers may be budding Elton Blacks in disguise. Just...

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

The Beer's good at the Oddfellow's and it's always » pleasure to see Jack Visser. ? - THE GRAND WAT^nTtgffSTNG SALOON. 168 Murray-street. Under Management C. A. Jackson {Late of Palace Saloon). ? Three Chairs. First-Class Artists. The Beer's good at the Oddfellow's and it's always a pleasure to see Jack Visser. GRAND CENTRAL COFFEE PALACE. WELL*INGTON-ST.. PERTH. Under the Management of OLIVER REES (Late of Merredin). At the Criterion Hotel, Hay street.— Swan Beer at its best. Reg Harrison, proprietor.

Publication Title: Mirror
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Railway Stampede Management AND THE UNEMPLOYMENT PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

Rtflwof Stupefe JflMf«eit - AND THE UNEMPLOYMENT PROBLEM. The problem of unemployment — of men willing to work and yet un able to obtain work— is rife in West Australia. . The Premier may bury his head in his native sand; the daily Press mav ^shitt itjc «a\r^4S and csiv 'TVi^i-a is' no unemployment,' tjut on. the Goldfields alone some twelve hun dred men are out of work, and in the metropolitan area the number is' anything between one and three thousand. This is therefore the moment chosen by the Minister and the Commissioner for Railways as the appropriate time to zuid to .. the unemployment problem by a whole sale system of retrenchment among the lower-paid workers. We are not yet informed that a similar system of curtailment is be ing put into j^actice among the higher-paid salary staff. Perhaps the system of retrench ment among the 'heads' will be in proportion to that among the bot tom dogs — and then perhaps not! If, as the Commissioner alleges, there is a slump in railway tra...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

Kendenup Lands NOW is the time to inspect. See the land already developed. Inspect the soil already turned up! Interview the settlers themselves. And then buy. YOUR, allotment. Visitors accommodated at the Hostel at Kendenup and met at train. Please advise anticipated date of arrival to F. J. Coote, Administrator, Kendenup. Particulars also from ? Hyem Hester & Co, Lt d., Selling- Agents, Forrest Chambers, St. George's Terrace, Perth.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

SELF-DETERMINATION FOR IRELAND LEAGUE OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Robert Emmett No. 1 Branch, f Leederville. A MEETING of the Above Branch of the League will be held in the ARRANMORE SCHOOL ROOM on TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 9-h. at which an addres? will be delivered on the ILLUS TRIOUS MARTYRED PATRIOT. ROBERT EMMETT. There will be also a very good Musical Programme, and a very large attendance is expected. J. COONAN.

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ROSEHILL [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

ROSEHILL SYDNEY, Saturday. — The RoseWll Racing1 Club held a meeting to-day. Re sults: — Maiden Hurdle Race, S miles.— Sir Rep l, Bandrolayr 2, Queen's Garb 3. 4 to i agst Sir Rep. Highweight Handicap, 7 furlong-s. — Lion Isle i, Eroom 3, Fenella 3. 33 to 1 agrst Lion Isle. Maiden Uandicap, one mile. — Perora- tion i, Eiiutuau z, owiufju auriuce o. 5 to 2 agst Peroration. August Handicap, one mile three fur longs. — The Fortune Hunter i, Per plexed 2. David 3. 6 to 1 agrst The Fortune Hunter. Three-year-Old Handicap, six fur longs. — Ottacre l, Waminna 2, Even Song 3. . 5 to 2 agst Ottacre. Parramatta Mile. — Vftslte Poast t. Square Deal 3, Carmagnole 3. 9. to fc agst White Phast.

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DINKUM AUSTRALIAN !!!+??? [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

DINKUM AUSTRALIAN 1 1 » l!!! + ??? Like a lot of poor devils in this State who haven't had the chance of building themselves a home of their Own, and who are wearing out shoe leather interviewing house agents and searching out 'houses to let,' our Agent-General, Sir Jim Con nolly, seems to have had a bad tune lately, if our morning contemporary is to be taken se ouily, in a fruit less c-.est for an imniy house near London, where Sir Jim might house his family and come home at nights to enjoy that blessed thing all mar ried folk, who are proper, long fer-r Home Life. It's no good the sun going down/and the day*s work fin to— that's if yoa have a wife and bairns. Sadly enough some worthy citizens in this city are finding it very difficult to find accommodation this winter — simply because landlords put the screw on after the first few weeks of unemployment. So we sympa 'tlise with Sir Jim Connolly in the 'fruitless search he has been making in Fogland for a place to lay his weary iica...

Publication Title: Mirror
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V.A.T.C. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

V.A.T.C. MELBOURNE. Saturday.— The V.A. T.C. Australian Steeplechase Meeting: was opened this afternoon at Caulfield. Results:—- I Crimea Tris|. six rurlongs. — 1st di vision: Alorne I, Armed Alliance* -;, Lieut. Wally 3. 2nd Division: Too C -cl 1 Brackette 2, Rita Page 3. Betttnp ? 1st div., ?- to 4 agst Alorne; 2nd div., J2 Wilgrah* Steeplechasers' Flat, i mile 7 furlongs 64 yards. — lolaus 1^ Cullj' 2, Wooloo 3. 6 to l agst lolaus. The Australian Hurdle Race, of £2000. 3} miles less 92 yards. — Roisel, 9.9 (Dillon). 1; Sandule, il.3 (Thompson). 2; Front Rank, 9.0 (Burn), 3. Other starters: Telecles, 1 1.7; Gold Coin, 11.5; Oopina, 10.13; Fiscom, 10.11; Pistolier, 10.8; Kflowat, 9.2; King Neptune* 9.0. Betting: 3 to 1 agst King Neptune, 5 to 1 UOla coin or fiscom, » w i jeietn-s or Sandule, 12 to l Roisel, 14 to 1 Pis tolier. 16 to 1 Kilowat. 20 to 1 Oopina. Malakoff Stakes, nine furlongs. — Ethi- opian 1, Terwyne 2, Salatis.3. 12 to l agst Ethiopian. / Noondak Steeplechase. 2 mil...

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AT FREMANTLE, TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

. VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AT FREMANTLE, TO-DAY. TOM LEAHY, SOOTH AUSTRALIA'S S KIPPER, KNOCK? OUT. Special photo for 'Tbe Mirror' by C. McKlnlsy. *? Block. Art Engravers,

Publication Title: Mirror
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
KALGOORLIE [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

KALGOORLIE KALGOORLTE, Saturday. — The above dob held a meeting to-day, with the following results:— - First Class Plate, 7 furlongs.- - Brearley. 9.5, 1; Light Knight, 7.11, and Cold Test, 6.7, dead heat for scd. Other starters: Miss Perkeo, 8.9; Wab --« ait- ttnilio B- 7J- Ront Roll Sim mont, 7.6. 3 to i agst Brfearley. Second Class .Plate, six furlongs. — Green Fancy, 7.10,* 1; Silent Sign, 7.12, 2; Remi, 7.5, 3. Other starters: Green Lady, 9.1; KiUogie, 8.9; Sliver Ayr, Orel King. 7.7; Miss Point, 7.5; Threave, 7.3; Chief Secretary, 7.0 4 to 1 agst Green Fancy. Fourth Class Purse, six furlongs. — Blakemount, 7.12, 1; Devon Lass, 8.11, 2; Kiltartan, 7.7, 3. Other starters: Annie Dour, 9.3; Queen or Thessaly, 9.0; Woolabar, 8.6; Hlghnote, Young Garry owen, 8.5; Lady Fidelis, Barbara, Per mando, 7.12; Sapling, Lady Pecker. '7.7. 5 to l agst Bl&kemoant. August Handicap, U mUes. — Cam- mary, 7.5, i; Behry, 9.10, 2; Filandria. 8 6 3 Other starters: Andronicus. g'4-Ardol, 8.J2;...

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THE MIRROR AUGUST 6, 1921. The House Purchase Swindle [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

v ^ AUGUfeT «, 1821. ; ' f He Hoase Purcliase Swindle Many people in Perth and suburbs are under the delusion that the- are buying a house. As a matter of fact all they are doing is paying a high rent for the privilege of liv ing, in a mostly shoddy-built dwell ing. . But to be sure their names appear on the ratepayers' list, and they also have the honour of paying insurance, housing, and water rates. Likewise they have the glory of paying for repairs and painting, or obtain the^felicity of doing the jobs themselves in their spare time. But if the place possesses a tiled roof and is situated in that Holy of Holies, Tony Town, then their mostly snob souls are full of hap piness. It is a pleasure to them to work hard, stint themselves and their children, to fatten the bank accounts of the clever spiders who built and sold them the web the}' are mostly trapped in. But of; course the spiders are perfectly loyal and right thinking gentlemen, and it is an honour to be. devoured by them. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

762 and 764 HAY STREET. ; 79 MARKET ST., FREMANTLE. MR. W. L. BLITZ may be con sulted at above addresses. . FuH Upper or Lower Denture, PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. Perth Tel. A3O41. Fremantle Tel. B691. dine whebet Why. at I ' STRAND CAFE HAY-STREET. {Under Vice-Regtl Petronige). Appointments Thoroughly Up-to-date. Renovated Througnont. Sole Agents far the Ftmous v BELUHOER RIVER OYSTERS. | I The Distribution of this Popular Tea, previously in the 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 good Stores. [ 2/-, 2/2, 2/3 per lb. ? .' nmmmrs » W.Uoey ^^^^H^ corner High & ^^^f ' Packenham ?? Street m I siifetatms I Ifce Stole. '' No. 27- iltmRAY-STREBT ' (Two Door: West from William St) Surgeon Dentist: HARRY BLAKELY, RDjS., WA. Having severed his connection with Mailan and Firth --may be Consulted at above address. Full Upper or Lower Denture, £2/10/-. _ PA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

fc— ? ? ? FOB R1LIABLB, ECONOMICAL, and PAINLESS DUfTIBTBY, DENTIST: MASSE Y CBOSgE. TkHYfdfNK MNTAl INSTITUlt 134 BARRACK STREET DO HOT CONFUSE OUR PREMISES WITH OTHERS CLOSE BY. THE MOST COMMODIOUS HOTEL IN FBEMAMTIA n '' ???.£ '^fffii v'16$iiEi|itx :: : ' o'SSS ^J'Sl^^jj^i^j^^^^^^^'^-P^^^^S^SW?:': :* ii' s::; . ?; rSK^S^*i''5-s*^&^ x&m$i$&%M-J3g&M&:s.i ?????'? ? i&yif^&tfiLt;.:?*^. : ? ? ^*?£|jMj^^^^U&G^MBK£|-V: SV :'r ;£!£;':? '. ! ':':: ^iSS-S'rpjjfflS: ;J ' '? : ' ORIENT HOTEL. 40 BEDROOMS. LARGE DINING-ROOM 8 AND LOUNGES. ' Tel. 633. Drink HHJ Ales and Stout Seldom Equalled — - Never Surpassed. COURT fi$ TEL Beaufort St. CON, O'BRIEN MCCARTHY'S Railway Hotel, Barrack St., Perth mbs. s. e. McCarthy, Proprietress. ? - HOTEL PERTH BARRACK and MUBBAY-STBEETS. The Central and Most Commodious Residential HoteL TeL 4488. J. J. RYAN, Proprietor. Royal Hotel ]PERTH - »-.. ,. . ,.. -*?-?'?*!?? J ? ? ?' '^impL Pint — Rept. ...

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