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Congrats—Vic [?] THe OIL FIELD IS [?] [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

ctif rats — vicr THE OU. .FNUKtS |HMQMI. ... ? -.— ? — ^jjj, i-i We want to be the first paper to offer sincerest congratulations to Mr. Vic. Courtney on his big 'oil scoop.' That there is oil at Bie mer Baj' and elsewhere t in .W.* , we have not the slightest doubt. . As a matter of fact we have been in posses sion of private information for some days past, wbich confirms this, then-- »«j»o »c naui u- uearmy congratulate 'The Call' and its. peppy editor, Victor Courtney. 'The Call' spoke ontvwberc the bigger papers were frightened to open their moutli£. To the Minister Tor Mines (Mr. Jack Scaddan) we also ha^c a big parcel of praise for his foresight and hfs alertness auent the 'find.' We hope that his prompt action will meai that ere much water will now under the bridge or time Wi.. will have its . own oilfields. We await with feverish interest further detailed reports rroi;: the seat or the 'finds.' Already we can see a new silver lining for the 'Golden West.'

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

TABLOID NEWS v ITEMS. SYDNEY, Saturday. — IV.S.W. tote re cord for automatic machine dividends at Rosehili to-day. The divvy was £46/15/6, and was paid on Lion, Isle, the winner of the Highweight Handicap. Polling day for West Sydney bas oeeu Rsed for September 3rd. Mr. Andrew t*t L-lmn t*4o ln^IHA/1 4 s\ iinninf;! lha cnlan __ tion ballot. Archbishop Mannix is credited with having stated that he is convinced that lie has been extremely moderate in pre vious speeches in Australia in connec tion with the conditions existing- in Ire land. Ho added that he addressed over 250.000 people in Great Britain at vari ous public gratbering-s during his recent stav there. #

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
At Fremantle To-day [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

At Fremantle To-d«ty Those marked with cross call at 'The Mirror' office, and hear of somethi eg to their advantage.

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

BOXING At His Majesty's Theatre next Friday jiigut, August 12th, a 30 -round contest for the lightweight championship of W.A. will take place between Sanipey am? MonsoH. Those who v?err: fortuu ate enough !o witness that willing go ftetween Monsou and Davis wijl not floubt tlie former's claim of meeting Sampey.. the latter having defeated Young Anderson for the title. Tnere will also be a 10-round'bbut between F. E!!*r!i.sh and BUI Davis. This shoul/1 be a willing go, and above all these are the kind of scraps the local fai.s love to see, as there are no begyour pardons, but i}enty of dtnkum haul knocks. The ariHiijfwueuls are in the bands of the Pertli Promoting Company, and tlie prices 3re within the reach of all. Hon't forjr^i the date. Friday, August tetli.

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

«« 0tyoflflims.^« l Our glad hand is hereby held out to the officials controlling the street lighting about tie city. The new electric installation on the north side has greatly brightened up the drab and dreary streets. Wefire still waiting for the Tram way Department to engage a half dozen one-armed diggers, to do the 'point' work on the Beaufort-street bridge and other junctions. The stupidity of cars being held up for three and four valuable minutes in the busy hours _on account of motor men leavifig their cars to fiddle with the points is beyond our un derstanding. The time saved would give 'each car at least another trip a shift, and incidentally pay the wages involved tenfold. The P.C.C. Gas and Electric De partment has a quaint idea of ad vertising its electric and gas stoves, radiators, etc.' At nights it (de pends on the street ligat of an ad jacent tailor's shop to supply the iigut necessary for the showing off of the aforesaid wares. Funny, isn't it, that in Perth, the c...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Golden West's Centenary An Appreciation of the Situation [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

The Gtueji west's centenary to AffreditlN tf lie Sliiihti (By 'Groper.') 'The Mirror' of July 30th con tains an article putting forward a suggestion for the fitting celebra tion of the centenary of Webt Aus tralia. The idea is certainly a splen did one. «It cannot be anything but j'lUWUIg AW* VJJb- mill JJlXJllMZGl blood in his veins to see that some thoughtful' person has recognised that August, 1829, is a date to be remembered and revered. The men tion of that date should fire the blood of every true-born West Aus tralian with pride and admiration. The Birth of the Golden West. We have heard of many 'names be ing written on the scroll of fame,' but if there are any dates to be ? written on tne scroll ot fame none should take priority over August, 1829, as far as West Australians are concerned. That date Should hold pride of place with us, for it marks the birth of West Australia. Let us take our minds back to that time, and ask ourselves what happened on that date. If we had been ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
new fitty miles World's Record [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

new fm» no* wvtwt Rtttrtt A new world's wecord for fifty miles was made on the Los Angeles saucer track during April, when Jas. Murphy covered the distance in 27 *' mins. 27 4-5 sees., an average of 109 3.10th miles per hour: The best previous record was 10757 miles per hour, made by Roscoe Saries. The race in which this remarkable time was made was a spectacular one. In the final heat Ralph de Palxna ^ was covering the li-mile laps in 40 3-5 sees., while he completed the tenth lap in 40 sees, fiat, which Is at the rate of 1125 miles per hour— a new world's record for 183in. rac ing cars. In the eleventh lap -he caught fire; and Murphy won in re cord time. De Palxna got goingT '* again after catching fire, and by* driving all out finished sixth— a rare exhibition.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Sports at Toeball Perth v.Fremantle [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

SMHS flt TtAtl! ? V ? ? Perth t. Vramanti*. On the W.A.C-A. Ground last Wednesday, the . football match took place between the above teams for sweet charity sake, the proceeds going to the Silver Chain Building Fund. No. doubt a nice little cheque will he the result, judging from the fair crowd that attended. at three-quarter time the scores be ing 6.13 each. Fremantle j forged ahead in the last quarter, and ran cut winners by 8 points. The final scores were; Fremantle, 816; Perth, 7.14. Among the best players for the winners were Ardsgh (5 goals), Fletcher, Tilley, Pro-rate Heighland Jew Duggan, Gold Coin, and Hardy Norseman Egan. while for Perth4 Bunny Hyde, Silverstone, Coffey, Webb (2), Olio Hall, Brown and Les Burton did best. Phii Matson act ed as umpire, while George Caider, of Perth, and Dave Lyons, of Fre mantle^ provided the comedy for , the crowd. Sandy McPherson won the 'booby' prize, while Jim Daly attended to the arrangements and 'left nothing wanting.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The motor Car Talk and coots Road manners [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

OK motor gar tJT^ | Road matters ConsiderJiig that there are ncw crmers to the road every day. it js, perhaps, ?u.:orisog that driving is &i good as it is. - Experience tells us that the exception usuaity proves a bad case. Those who have passed ttiough ail the stages if r -ad craft, from cycling to motor-car driving, can invariably 'sense' at once the new-comer whn has neither ridden a bicycle nor driven' a horse, and who comes to the road on a motor vehicle lacking the roadi sense which years of travel instiL He, too, will acquire it in time, but in the interim he gains his experience at the ex pense of others. We hesitate U- ac cuse him of bad manners; he errs mainly through ignorance. To take, for instance, the overtaking and passing of vehicles. It has been pointed out that motorists might show a little more courtesy towards one another. A motorist who hears a horn indicating that another de sires to pass him, will sometim ** give ground, but, at the same time, increase...

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

GeJ a Fine Reliable Turnout ' ano Enjoy your Outing: at rovs, so mues^street. Con-sult Foy IT you wish to Buy, Sell, SELF-DETERMINATION FOR IRELAND LEAGUE. _^ PETER LALOR (PERTH BRANCH). Under the auspices or ttte above branch Mr. A. A. EDWARDS, M.P., an* Mr. 3. J. DALY, of South Australia, will Address a JEETING at the HIBERNIAN HALL on SUNDAY NEXT. August 7, at s.30 p.m. Musical ilcuis will precede ?lie speeches. Bring ,a friend. Public invited. VICTOR YATES, Hon. Sec. Let's go round to Visser's^ — for the Oddfellow's is the right hotel. -THE POPULAR PARLOR AT PACKENHAM- STREET CORNER (WHERE BILL HARPER USED TO BEL Now Smoothly Run by Jack Clements (Late or Beisley's) . A Nice Shave, A Good Haircut, Etc., and all that a Smoker Wants. YOU CALL IN — JACK DOES THE RES t.

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

SAFE. QUICK, ENJOYABLE MOTOR RIDING. PHD. RYAN, ASK FOR G.P.O. MOTOR RANK. TeL ASMS. Garage TeL A49S7. G«t a Car from PhlL Ryu. Old and New Friends get a Warm Welcome and) the Best of Liquors at the CITY HOTEL KING and MURRAY-STREETS. J. G. RODGERS, Proprietor. Tel. A4094. At the Criterion Hotel, Hay-st.; — Swan Beer at its best. Reg. Har rison, proprietor. $KMd-HaiMl ear* Hudson Super Six, 7-seater, as' good as new; painted royal bine. Seat covers. Overland SO Model, practically* new; purchased in Sydney few months ago. only done 6,000 mites; ^ beautifully painted, nickle finish. . Overland 90 MbdeL Tyres like new. W31 repaint if required. Complete In every detail. Ovariand 90 Modd. Just out of / paint-shop; new hood; seat covers; large tool box; three new tyres, two really good. -. - Studebaker, -4 cylinder, 7 seater, seat covers, tyres good; niplffe fin ish. An ideal car for hire work Hopmobile, late model; just been thoroughly overhauled; will repaint - to suit; electric equipme...

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

idrosvfenor Cafe 144 BARRACK-STREET. The Best Three-Course Meal in Perth for Is., at the Grosvenor Cafe, 144 Barrack-street, near Wellington street. You Will Enjoy Your* Visit

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

Jim Daly J (Member Tattersall's). 1 Lone Odds and Civility. All Event*. Doubles a Specialty. J. BALFOUR COMMISSION AQKHT, MABKH4TB11T, I Oommimieat* With Hobsrt.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A Trotting Honey-moon [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

A mttiig HMCi ?Ml Miss Shandon married Willie Roy, who was the Countess's Child. They travelled to Rose Bay, where they were met by Lord'Dexter and Lady Dora, who gave them a welcome at the Captain's. Thejr were at tended! by Miss Alto, who is to be married to Nasty BilL The bride to be is better known as the Silent Lass. They had lunch at Doctor Tom's, and chatted freely with Prince Mauritius, then they drank the Dear Boy's health, with a glass of Pomero^r. After rising in the' Biplane with Roy and Ivy Huon, St. Peter was told to Look Out foe a 'Lucky Patch to land upon, but Laughing Jack suggested they should make for Red Rock, where they could dine with Charlie Chap^ lin and Lady Fair. After dining Miss Dora called on the party for a song, and Tommy Tiddler obliged with Annie Laurie., Miss Bosco was so impressed' by The Masher's ren dering' of Temnle RpIIs that, sho re marked he was a Toff. At this stage Vic Alto decided! that the party Hopalong to Rothsay and see Miss Dudley, bu...

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

TROTTING ? u— — Trotting next Saturday night. Under the lights once more. Now the wheels will begin to re volve. The stewards have granted per mission for Joe Huon and Erran* Boy to be raced in harness in fu ture. . Monte has been leased to J. Ri .Gibson and is in work again. H. Kelly has taken Dan. Mack on lease. W. Stockwell having re turned him *o his owner, W. Water man. The following nominations were received in Perth for the Goldfields Anniversary meeting: Lucky Patch Jewel Land, Steel Bell, Lady Dora, Idolwood, (Little Possum. Biplane. Nasty Bill. Ethel Bee, Maltbread, and Forrest Bell. Karyrie is to be tried again on ? the coast. * Look out for big dividends now that the new season is starting. Almost Dixie will be*. handled) by Leonard during Badcock's absence in the East. Why not make the machine tote 10/- and obviate the delays? A lot of money is moved away. The av erage punter buys two tickets, any how. The Mclntosh Memorial Appeal meeting will be held, on September lutn...

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

- ' ' ?- ~SS-» ~ij| TWO NIGHTS OF SPLENDID 'SPORT, i WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 10. FHTOA Y, AtJIHJB* litt. 1 8 P-m. -. * ? , ? % AMATEUR BOXING aid WHEW KHflMttfilf WJLG.E. RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAY IHSTiTUTE, ' WELLINGTON-STREET -Opp«dte Ci*y Marfcata). -} _ All Classes. ? Record %ntries. . . i Boxing Referee: Mr. P. Basto. Wrestling: iMr. C. Thomas. .-.. ADMISSION: 3A and 2A (No Tax) t ^ '''?'% Come Along, and Tell all your, Friends. E. J. SHEPHERD, Secretary. * ? \. ? ; ? . ? ' '., : ' ? : ? ! ? ' ' ' .. fl: BOXING! BOXINCr! E. NHS4HI V Bill! &Mm 20 ROUNDS; at 20 ROUNDS. His Majesty's Ih&tre, friday Next ? ? ? . . ? ; : m^: , i 10 ROUND PRE-LBUNARYt 5' F. English v W, Dairies BOX PLAN AT* GLEESON'S. ; . i ? Direction: Perth Promoting Co. - ^ ? ' BRANDED BOTTLED 1 1 TO BOTTLE DEALERS ahd OTHERS . REGISTERED. REGISTERED. „ * j ^l/'iI^U all bottles F- yfeiiR^ JJ«n''^»Mj with either one of the v jfflLfg #WV * j lj&IEJxiH Registered Trade\Marfcs * \^1B»^5^ ^?^\lT&lj...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

CALL TO-DAY CALL TO-DAY FISHER BEARD'S Adelaide Street - - - Fremantle GRAND STOCKTAKING SALE! In Every Department HAS SWUNG MERRILY INTO ITS MIGHTY STRIDE, BECAUSE THE VALUES* NOW BEING OFFERED ARE UNRIVALLED. THE BALANCE OF OUR WINTER STOCKS MUST BE CLEARED; HENCE THE DRASTIC PRICE REDUCTIONS, ? _ _ _ MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. Ladies' Ready-to-Wear STRAWS, variety of shapes and colours, smartly finished with wool chenile, etc.; Stocktaking Price. 3/11; worth 13/6. Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Felt HATS, smartly banded with corded {rib bon ; Stocktaking Price, 5/ J 1 ; worth, 15/6. Children's Trimmed MILLIN ERY, in pull on shapes of velvet and silk, neatly trimmed; Stock taking Price, 6/11; worth, 17/6. The Balance of this Season's MODELS must be cleared; we are offering these HATS, worth from 2|/- to 55/-; All for One Price, 10/6. LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING. Ladies' Cotton VESTS, all sizes, shaped waist, scolloped necks, no sleeves; Stocktaking Price, 2/6; usual price, 3/11. Ladies' Print UNDERSK...

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

WE ARE MAKERS OF ALL CLASSES OF Trotting Harness Including .^OPPLES, BOOTS, Etc., to the LATEST AMERI , CAN DESIGN. B. Rosenstamm . King Street Perth ^ ? y ? ^^^ «** MEAT s- AT PRICES TO SUIT THE POCKETS OF THE PEOPLE. PRIME QUALITY BEEF, AND MUTTON AT . BEDROCK PRICES FROM J. K. WARNER City Markets, Wellington St. (FOOT OF HORSESHOE BRIDGE) . THE BEEF BOODLERS ENEMY. THIS WEEK'S PRICES:— ? ' ? SIDES OF 'LAMB, from 7d per lb. SIDES OF MUTTON, from 5d. per lb. BEEF, from 4d. per lb. QUARTERS, BEEF, 4d. and 6d. per lb. DRIPPING. 18/- per tin. CORNED BEEF. 7d. and 8d. per lb; 501b. lots, 27/-; 1001b, 50/ F.O.R. Perth. i ALL COUNTRY ORDERS PERSONALLY SUPERVISED BY MR. WARNER. Prime Cute and Joints of AH Kinds at Prices to Surprise You. COME YOURSELF AND TELL YOUR FRIENDS.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

RACES HELENA VALE SATURDAY NEXT PERTH'S BEST WINTER COURSE. J. R. HAYES, S«or«tary. The West Australian Trotting Association (INCORPORATED) Saturday, 13th August. NOMINATIONS CLOSE MONDAY, NEXT 5 O'CLOCK A. R. FLINT. Secretary. i ? ... ? - Unvder New Management. Hotl^i ? ' IJquo» Supplied True to LabeL W. H. DAWSON ?? * l^'l &J*4*inOni CLate Head Steward Parliament ^^»*»* ^*»*.W*»*. House), Proprietor.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SHOW FEATURES FOR THE WEEK The Grand [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

SHOW FEATURES FOR THE WEEK The Grand Now Showing: 'THE HOUSE OF SILENCE' (Wally Reid), and 'THE MAM WHO LOST HIMSELF' ? (Wm. Faversbam). Commencing' Wednesday. 'AN OLD FASHIONED BOY' (Charles Ray), 'MAKING HER HIS WIFE' (Vivian Martin). The Majestic Now Showing: 'JES'—- CALL ME JIM' *(WU1 Rogers). Commencing- Wednesday: 'THE DEAD LINE' (George Walsh], And 'A WORLD OF FOLLY' (Vivian Rich). - The Royal Showing All the Week: 'UNSEEN FORCES' (Sylvia Breamer), And 'THE BRANDED FOUR' (Episodes 3 and 4). The Stage Shaftesbury Theatre. Peter Brooks Amusement C. in Revues and Comedy. (Produced by Elton Black), j The Palladium - Now Showing. 'HALF A CHANCE' (Mahlon Hamilton), and 'AN EASTERN WESTERN' (Harold ioyd]. Commencing ? Wednesday : 'THE MARREAGE PIT' (Frank Mayo), and 'GATES OF BRA8S' (Frank Keenan). The Pavilion Now Showing: 'THE SAP HEAD' (All Star Caste), and 'THE SILENT AVENGER' (Final Chapter). Commencing Wednesday. 'THE BIG ADVENTURE' (Breezy Eason). And Another Feature. Fremaut...

Publication Title: Mirror
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