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IABOR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

LANR NOTES. ? ^ ? The Labour Conference last Sun day was rendered practically abor tive by the verbiage of the pious resolutionists. One little patch of action is worth shoals of talk about 'revolution and the prolatariat.' ieaay i\eeanam, a secretary oi resource, held a meeting in the office of a secretary who refused to leave his work to come downstairs. If Mahomet won't -come to the moun tain then the mountain '. must — quoted Teddy. Is he '. comparing himself to a mountain or to Maho met? It is stated that the Operative Bakers' Secretary (W. D. Johnson) estalished a record for a union sec retary, by fighting for increased prices in bread. When he advocat ed world's parity for wheat was W. D.. talking as an ex-Labour Member or a farmer? The Dispites Committee are get ting along well in negotiations with the Master Printers. ~ Held an ori ginal conference with*them the other day, in which the committee had to do all the talking. One lady delegate on the Labour bodies has a real we...

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

If you need FURNITURE, CROCKERY, HOUSEHOLD FUR NISHINGS, Men and Boys' SUITS and OVERCOATS, Ladies' FURS. GOLFERS, BLANKETS. Etc A. Macrow & Sons Pty. Ltd. THE EASY TEEMS PEOPLE. Can Supply You Satisfactorily. Terms: 4s., in the £1 Deposit. Weekly Payments According to Value of Purchases. Note Addresses: 839 HAY-STREET, PERTH; 77 MARKET STREET, FREMANTLE; KALGOORLIE, BOULDER. Agents at HORTHAM and YOBS. FURNITURE FACTORY, IS FITZ GERALD-STREET. 'Phones, AS540, Perth; B782, Fremantle. THE BEST OF FOOTWEAR 'AND REPAIRS BELOW CITY PRICES AT BEN JONES' 310 and 312 WILLIAM-STREET (NEAR NEWCASTLE-STREET). BOWRA & ODEA UNDERTAKERS GENERAL PUNERAI. FURNISHERS CEDAR, OAK and JARRAH COFFINS ALWAYS IN STOCK. Note the Address— l?i»Bl? StaPeeti. 'Phone, A 4308. Private 'Phone, A 29*8. ; WHERETO BUY AND SELL PROPERTY! YOU CAN BUY OR SELL ANY GOODS REQUIRED AT J. G. CHRISTENSEINTS Auction Mart .Next Bon Marche, Murray-street ('Late Gill and Donley). GOOD VALUE. QUICK RETURNS. ' No ...

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

[?] {By 'Marcus.') Things are very slack on the wharf, which means business is bad at the Port. But its only, a pass ing cloud, and in a week or so things will brighten again. Genial Bill Harper, Who has taken over the Freemason's Hotel, is One of Fremantle's best known business men. For years Mr. Harper suc cessfully ran the popular saloon and tobacco joint on the Packenham street corner, and was well liked by all sections of the community. The Municipal Council, or the sec tion of it led by Geo. Shepherd, still refuse to put that necessary turn stile at the oval. For blind, foolish inefficiency this is the limit, as Saturday's football crush proved. Where is Councillor Frank Rowe? When the Fremantle Bumbles as semble Frank was endorsed as a Labour councillor, but he seems to leave most of the fighting to Coun cillor Sidebottom, whose attention to the business of the Council, and practical view, should stand him in igood stead next November, even, thoueh it is' sure to brinp ononsi...

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

FREMANTLE PALLADIUM Direction .. . T. M. Coombe. House Manager Geo. Turner. MONDAY and TUESDAY.' 'Something to Think About' (six stars) ; 'Dangerous Moments' (Carmel Meyers). WEDNESDAY. 'The House of Silence' (Wallace Reid) ; 'The Country Cousin' ? (Elaine Hammerstein), ? To tbe Girls and Boys: We love the children! Every Saturday afternoon there is a special programme for you.

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

GALLOPING AUGUST TDCTUEKS. W.A.— August 13. Helena Vale; Lake Way. 18, Wyndham. 20, Goodwood. 20, 24, and 27, Boulder. 25, Dowerin Rifle Club Sports. 27, Canning. 27 and 29, Port Hedland. Victoria.— August 10, Findon Har riets* H.C. 13. V.A.T.C. 17, Mel boume H.C. 20. V.R.C. 27. Wil Knmstown. 31. Oakland*; H.C. South Australia.— August 20 and 27, A.R.C. Grand National meeting. Rosebern. Whewl Mirajga the squib. '^Helena Vale races next Saturday. Tutu, and -noj; a bean for it. 'Fred' Crackriell outrode Dillon. Trainer Burns and Jockey Sib britt were the leading 'doubters for the 1930421 season. At the time of writing Telecles and Mountain God are the popular picks for the Australian Hurdle and Steeplechase. Eurythmic has been withdrawn from the Cantata Stakes, and Jolly Cosy and Fair Interviewer from the Caulfield Cup. Mr. J. R. Hayes received 127 en tries for the meeting to be run at Helena Vale on August 13th. 'Smaoker' Heron, who received a bad fall at Flemington when Gold 4~Viin ...

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

The Best of Spots BEDFORD HOTEL GEO. AUBURN, Proprietor. Tel. A1623. For Seeds, Plants, and Flowers, I vow, That you'll find tho finest on earth. Call or Write Dawson, Harrison now. Their Shop Is In Barrack-street. Perth.

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

TIM t EIWfMi IBM ? \s When Tom Edwards — working- class martyr — died in May, 1919, as a result of injuries received on the Fremantle wharf, few people thought that bis death would* be made , h means whereby unscrupulous ghouls would endeavour to make political vana nnanaaij scanaai. But to some not even the name of the honoured dead is sacred! ? The interest of Fremantle people was centred on the fund to be raised for the widow and children of the late Tom Edwards, and so, if it were possible to connect a man with that fund even though he had nothing whatever to do with it and say something was wrong, it would be in the interest of tBose who wish to injure him personally or poli 'tically. That was the policy of certain muckrakers in Fremantle, but in the light of present knowledge one wen ders how much that policy was iu spiredf by people more directly in terested in the fund. In April, 1*920, a committee was formed to administer the Edwards Fund. One Frank Rowe was ap pointed by t...

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

ADVANCE AUSTRALIA His Majesty's Theatre Week Commenaing Saturday Aug 13. Direction. Unite! Theatres and Films Ld After a successful week at Melbourne Auditorium by arrangement with J. 8D.1 X. Talt. An Australian Romance of Bravery and Blunder. Written and Produced by A. G. Tins date, entitled A Romance of the Burke and Wills Expedition of i860 A vivid picture of the most tragic ad venture that ever bappened beneath the Southern' Cross, and one that should appeal to all Australians, young and old. Produced Jn Australia, by Australians, with Australian Capital, for Australian 'Poopfck. A true record or infinite pathos, faith fully portrayed, bringing back to mem ory the thrilling adventures or the in trepid and unfortunate explorers. THE LOVE ROMANCE. Fiction is Introduced to lighten the narrative and the all too tragic stoiy is relieved by a. pretty strain of ro mance which brightens and uplifts it from its atmosphere or sadness and makes it a picture full or life and reality. J^R_OW...

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

'lie Befitf Slop' We have been waiting, longing, hoping, and a dozen different other things, all in aid of 'The Beauty Shop,' a big ^production which will be put on by Elsa Langley (Mrs. Hugh McLeod) at His Majesty's Theatre on Tuesday, Wednesray and Thursday next. The box-plan is al epected at Messrs. Nicholson's. Fol lowing are some of the artistes who will make an appearance during the evening: — Mesdames Gilchrist, Gor don and Hope-Robertson; Misses Rose Atkinson, Doreen and No*ma Brennan, Violet Concanen, Gladys Du Rieu, Anita Fitzgerald, Grace Findlay, Irene Glowrey, Mabel Gib son, Phyllis Horton, Barbara and Katy Irwin, Elsa (Langley, Irene Parsons, Pennefather, Lily Ross, Vera Reid, and Searcy; and Messrs. Beatty, Brian Day, John Fox, Percy Hill, Dick Heart*, Irwin, Mitchell, Morrison, Frank Robertson, Stanley field, and Welch. This is going to be one of the finest entertainments that Perth folk have ever witnessed, and what's more the funds of the lidlntosh Memorial will be...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Boulder's Picture King VISITS PERTH ONCE MORE. An "Unovercoated" Town. , [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

Miiaer'sPktireKiif VlSltS PERTH ONCE MOKE. An 'Unorercoated' Town. . During the week S. was fortunate enough to meet Mr. Dick Milbank tbe proprietor of the Palace Thea tre, Boulder, where the cinema reigns supreme. . 1 just had time to put a few queries to Dick whilst I had him cornered. 'nows your tneatre at eouiaer getting along?' 'Fine as far as the box-office goes, but I don't know whether you know what our town's really like. The Goldfields people are very hard peo pie to satisfy ; ? .very hard. Some of my programmes are of the finest or der; yet, perhaps, might easily fail to earn a payable house, owing to various reasons.' 'What are they?' 'The most important one is this: practically speaking Boulder is. 'overcoatless,' that is to say, th« people believe that they can get along without laying extra money out for an overcoat, and they do it. That means that should the clerk of the weather deal out a little moisture, then away goes my chan ces for a payable 'house.' I could not...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Jimmy collins Returns A PERTH BOY WHO MADE GOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

Jinny colllis Reims A PERTH BOY WHO MADE GOOD. Quite a number of our talented Perthites have at different times made a name for themselves on the vaudeville stage, many of whom have, reached the top 'rung of the ladder. The latest performer under this heading to come under our notice is iar. jimmy v^uiiuio., known to the vaudeville world as Xolino.' Jim has just returned to his home town after completing a most successful and enjoyable trip to Honolulu and the United States. Naturally, I was very anxious to obtain an interview with Jim, and thus my pleasure was unbounded when I noticed the familiar tall fig ure making his way down the steps leading to this scribe's scribbling factory. 'Hullo, Jim; back once more?' 'Yes harfc in mv corxi old home town. Gee. it's better than the largest dose of tonic to see all tlie home folks once more, and to meet my chums and schoolmates. Well, it's hard to tell you what that's like.' 'How long is it since you left our town?' 'Just on twelve months...

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

The Best or FRESH BREAD Daily to Your Door. E. BRIDE RAILWAY TERRACE, MAYLANDS. A GOOD LOAD OF WELL MIXED ' AND SEASONED WOOD. Delivered Promptly. Personal Attention. McCOY& WOOD (Returned Soldiers). EIGHTH-AVENUE, MAYLANDS. Terms Cash. ON GOTLDFORD ROAD, The Best of Everything at Maylands Hotel B. TOGNI, Proprietor. NED STACK IS AT HOME AT Bis Majesty's H«tel Corner Phillimore and Mouatt Sts., FSEMANTLE. You'll be Glad You Called. CLEAN AND COSY IS The Guildford Hotel Right on tbe Main Road. Billiards and Every Convenience. M. BYRNE, Proprietor. THE IDEAL VILLAGE HOSTELRY. The Stirling Arms GUILDFORD. BEN HOFFMAN as Mine Host. Happy Comfort in Everything. EVERYONE KNOWS The Hotel Belmont (Formerly the 'Ascot.') The Ideal Rendezvous. ff. C. Hanqock, Host. Dad and Mum, and a Choice Selec tion of the Best Refreshments.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

THE QCEANIC COTTESLOE BEACH. A Superlative Resltentlal Hotel. GEO. GREENWELL, Proprietor. COACH and MOTOR BODY BUILDEP. GENERAL BLACKSMITH. H. H. FOLUNGTON. Corner ADELAIDE and QUEEN VICTORIA STS., FREMANTLE.

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

Belmont (By. 'Solon.') That live^body, the Riversdals Public Hall Association (Incorpora ted) are again to the fore with a bold, progressive policy, and are in viting: all residents of the district to become members of that body, at the nominal fee of 5/ per annum. It has been suggested by the above that a fnrr-«»fiil imitation h*» started immediately for a tram service (either governmental or otherwise). Also that provision be made for footpaths (particularly on the main road) so that the ratepayers and their children may avoid the risk at present incurred from reckless mo tor and other vehicular traffic. It 'has also been proposed that an exe cutive body should be formed to deal with local distress, and for the purpose of financing same. It has. been suggested that a picture show be established by the Association. Without doubt, the above body are to be congratulated for the broad minded public spirit that it pos sesses, and there is no doubt but that the residents will show their...

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

A POPULAR HOTEL and A POPULAR FREMANTLEITE. FREEMASONS' HOTEL, South Terrace. Good for Residence or Refreshments VV. Harper (Late Packenham-street Corner), Proprietor. RIGHT ON YOUR WAY! ' PAUSE and CALL At HARRY SHAW'S Australia Hotel WHERE YOU CAN ENJOY A POT OR SPOT.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KERBSTONE MARKETS. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

KERBSTONE MARKETS. (To the Editor). Sir, — In the Maylands news of Sunday last, a well-known business man has thought fit, in a sarcastic manner, to comment (not accept my challenge) on the remarks made by me in the issue of July 9th. The nom de plume signature to the let ter is no aouDt tne truest one that could be attached, not for the rea son that he is a leading business man, but because he is a well-known business man by reason of his re marks and discussions on my atti tude on the question; he even has gone so far as to forget himself and make reference about the mat ter to children. What else could bd expected from a man who, after working 16 hours per day, sits down at 2 a.m. to write and reply to my contention that the ratepayers are thosfc, and not the shopkeepers, who can voice their opinion as to whe ther we will have kerbstone mar kets or not, and then in his argu ment he drifts to matters such as a worker getting his rights, immi gration, and the reduction of wages, an...

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

' Maylands {By 'Out-or-Order.') A meeting- of the Fallen Soldiers' Memorial Committee was held on Friday evening last, Mr. J. Burkett presiding over only a moderate at tendance. The most important busi ness of the evenine was broueht about by the resignation of the sec retary, Mr. A. Daley, who resigned the position as a protest against the site for the erection of the monu ment. A number of members of the committee spoke in reference to the good work done by Mr. Daley and requested him to reconsider bis decision, to which he replied that he had given months' consideration to the matter, and he found it im possible to work wholeheartedly for the erection of the monument on a site to which he was entirely opposed. The resignation was then received, and th'e appreciation ,of the committee was recorded to Mr. Daley for his past valuable services. A request was then made tojtfr.; J. P. Sheedy. who was the first^secre fanr nf th*» mnvpinpnt +n 'anrain take up the duties. Mr. Sheedy ac ce...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Tie veiled Mystery' TO COMMENCE AT THE "PAV." [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

'Tie veiled Mptery' TO COMMENCE AT THE 'PAV.' Lovers of mysteries and fascinat ing intrigue of either screen or fic tion will find much to appreciate in 'The Veiled Mystery,' the latest Vitagraph serial thriller, which will be a feature of the entertainments at the Pavilion Theatre, commen cing next Saturday and every week tnerearter. inere is a sinister per sonage in this gripping story — a vil lainous, crafty person who works but for the undoing of the hero, played by popular Antonio Moreno. This personage is presented , as a veiled woman, and while the spec tator will know that she is merely another character of the story in disguise, there will be much room for snerulation as to her real iden tity. The veiled woman is one of the leading figures in the story, and attempts any number of wily and fiendish tricks against the hero and his sweetheart, played by charming Pauline Curley. Audiences will have much pleasure in attempting to solve the mystery of the villainous veiled woman'...

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

BEDUCE LIVING COSTS By Dealing Wltn J. SPIGL For Tobacco, cigarettes. Cigars, Toys, Fancy Goods, Stationery, Jewellery, Watches, and otter Articles Repaired and Guarantee Given. Shaving 6d., Halrcutting if-. Dark or light Mixture Pip* Tobacco. 6d. per oz. Flake cut. Light or Dark, 6d. oz. 405 WELLINGTON-STREET, 778 HAT-STREET (Opposite Foy and Gibson). Country Oreders receive special at tention. CENTRAL HOTEL PERTH. Right Opposite Railway Station. DANIEL MULCAHY, Proprietor. CHAS. E. GOSDEN, Manager.

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Percy Marchant NOW AT WOOROLOO. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 6 August 1921

Percf Nirctiit NOW AT WOOROLOO. . u 'Nemo': Interesting and varied has been tbe career' of Percy Mar chant, well-known in Perth as a good Bohemian and a willing worker in the cause of charity. The son of a London clergyman, PM. was ar ticled to architecture, a profession which We abandoned in favour of music. After studying under esni tient ttngusn ana i^onunemai masters, and appearing for several years as a vocalist on stage and con cert platforms, he joined the music al staff of the late George Edwardes of the 'Gaiety' and 'Daly's' thea tres. Was an intimate friend of the late MeL B. Spurr; and writer has §een a letter from that eminent hu- * mourist, one of his last, as the merry little gentleman died before it reached P.M. in Tasmania. After leaving London, Percy M. spent ten months in Durban, and packed his bags for Hobart. where he introduc ed to the public two pupils (Miss Maggie Gard and Mr. Arthur Geary) who have since made good in Paris and America. He left that pictures q...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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