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Second-hand Cars [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921
SccoM-fiwd Cars Hudson Super Six, 7-seater, as good as new; painted royal bjue. Seat covers. Overland 90 Modal, practically hew; purchased in* Sydney lew months ago. only done 6,000 miles; beautifully ftajntnd'. v**^}? finish Overland 90 Model. Tyres like new. Will repaint if required. Complete in every detail. Overland 90 ModeL Just out of paint-shop; new hood; seat covers; . large tool box; three new tyres, two really good. . *? Studebaket, 4 cylinder, 7 seater, seat covers) tyres good; niclde fin ish. t - An ideal car for hire work Hapmobae, late model; just been thoroughly overhauled; wdl repaint j to suit; electric equipment; in per* feet condition. Maxwell, 25; fully equipped, xeady for jthe road, at a bargain price. Fords: We have several good cats cheap. TERMS MAY BE ARRANGED ON AN I O* THE ABOVE CARS.
R.A.O.B. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921
R.A.O.B. It is very rarely that North. Fre mantle folks are able to witness snch an entertainment, as will be submit ted by the Buffs' Concert Party at the local Town Hall on Friday even ing next, at 8 p.m. The cause is a most worthy ong, Le., to Bro. Dave Hensley, who is in urgent need of assistance. Dave has at all times been one of tbe first to kelp others; now they are to be given a chance of kelping him. The concert, which, by the way, will take a lot of beating, will be followed by a dance. All are assured ot a great evening, and the prices — well they're reasonable enough for anything, Le.. Is. and Is. 6d. Bro. Dave Short, a popular local Buff, has taken to the Movies, in his usual enthusiastic way. He has open ed up a picture palace at Merriden, and latest reports from him tell of big things for the future. The Nedlands Lodge are hard at work with the preliminary details of a monster river picnic, to come olt very shortly. Watch 'The Mirror' for further details. The British ...
Easten Sport [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921
Easlcri spirt The seven-mile walking championship or N.S.W. was won to-day by Kitchen, who covered the distance in 57min. 23 2-3 sec. Rugby Football. Sew Zealand beat tbe Springboks (S. Vfricans) in the first Rugby test match. The scores were: N.Z. 13 goals, Spring boks 5 goals. Sydney Football. Glebe were beaten by 28 to 3. (Glebe was the leading team in competition Tor the 'City Cup' until the present defeat) .
ROSEHILL [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921
ROSEHILL SYDNEY, Saturday. — In flne/ weather the Rosehill Racing Club held a success ful meeting. Results: — » Hurdle Race, 2 miles. — Grand Foote 1, Abbotsord 2, Taralie 3. 3 to 1 agsl Grand Foote. « Granville Stakes, 7 furlongs. — 1st Di vision: Peroration l, Etonian 2, Popa way 3. 5 to 1 agst Peroration. 2nd Division: Romfcs Vallis 1, Larillo 2, Ail ati 3. 8 to l agst Ranees Vallis. Dundas Handicap, 6 furlongs. — Green- stead l. Gilray 2, Erasmus 3. 20 to 1 agst Greenstead. Rosehill Handicap, li miles. — Earl Derby 1, Julia Grey 2, Cabochon 3. 7 to 2 agst Earl Derby. Three-year-Old Handicap, 1 mile. — Scremus 1, Red Deer 2, Edina 3: 4 to l agst Seremus. ? ''carlingfOKi Handicap nine furlongs. — October Belle 1, Rochefort 2, Per plexed 3. 6 to l agst Oltober BeUe. plexed 3. 6 to 1 October Belle.
Home Rule for Scotland (To the Editor of "The Mirror.") [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921
iwe Rile itr SftNtti — ?» i (To the Editor or 'Tbe Mirror.1.') Sir,— « may Interest many Scots to know that the Scottish Home Rule As sociation has recently been formed, on non-party lines in order to focus ttbe demand for Scottish Self-Govenanent. „ No matter wbve he or sbe may Be situated, by jouunir this association aU who are in sympathy can give moral as well- as material support to this urgent and. seir-reBpecttn&vcalL Six tunes during the presWt century Scottish Home Rule Bills -have beea introduced into the London House ot Commons, and in every case when mese measures came to a division-over three fourths of the Scottish members pre sent voted in their favour But Scot land is still without » ifi-islature ou her own soil! Enjtiand aas 492 mem bers in the nouse of Commons, whilst .# Scotland has only 74. therefore Scot land is in need or the oioral and ma terial support of bet friends to all parts of the world in order to assist her successrully to nress .J^^aJ™, for a...
THE GOLDFIELDS FOOT-BALLERS. An Unfortunate Dilemma. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921
THE GOLDFIELDS FOOT BALLEBS. An Unfortunate Dilemma. Adelaide, Friday. Passing through Adelaide, Westward bound,. Mr. L. Read, the manager, of the Gold fields football team, stated that his team had a serious grievance again st the League on account of the lat ter not allowing the combined Gold fields visitors playing a match against the Sydney team. The offi cial reply of the iLeague is that the visitors from the Goldfields have no connection with the Australasian Football Council, thus it was found impossible to grant permission, al though both teams expressed their willingness to play.
Season Ticket System [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921
smsm TltKci Sfsta 'Tcmpus FuRit': Perusing 'Sea; gan's' letter in vour issue of 'the, 6th inst.. -I 'notice that he failed t- remark on one of the phases of the subject. His effort is timely anil true; but I would like to draw your attention to the fact that concession tickets are now available to a few only. One time if a man bought a season ticket (which then cost ex actly half what it does to-day) his family could each -ourchase - con cession tickets at about half the cost of ordinary season tickets. 'Except in the case of railway employees* families, these concessions are now non-est. Consequently. Hon. John Scaddan did not waste much infor? mation when he told us recently that the railway receiots were dou ble what they used to be. My sea son ticket is now twice what it once was, and mv.familv cannot ob tain concession tickets, and as asl families are in a. similar oosition the receipts should certainlv be doub led—why not trebled? Your cor respondent 'Seagan' is rifeht. It h t...
Fremantle Fragments [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921
fremantle ftfpents (By 'Marcus.') Congratulations to Lock Ward on the cfearing-up. One thousand and fifty votes, and no rotary system. , Wonder what the ~ visiting foot ballers thought of Fremantle's bumbles. When the Town Clerk realised the big event the interstate match would be. he got three weeks' leave and retired to his -fruit farm, per haps to scheme out new rating at rocities or 'engineering feats.' Which reminds one that when the Council gave a reception some months back to the Fire Brigades, and the same Town Clerk Haynes, after ordering three dozen of beer and one bottle of whisky for a reception to 200 thirsty men, skip ped to the bush and left the bum bles to work a miracle. Seems to be a habit of Havnes'. The Council still employ a £4/10/ man to collect £1/10/- rent at the Fish Markets. Vot a coot commis sion, as Abe would say. Mr. Frank Howell is filling the position of municipal gardener at the Port, a job left vacant by the departure of Mr. Alex. Bruce to Subiaco. F...
Helena Vale Goldfields Candidates In Action "SON" TOWTON A DOUBLE HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921
idcMVile _. i ' CtMfMiS Cf llttf t« ilAClllB 'SWT TftUffllN A kWJBUE HURDLE RACE. at 120 sovs. About two miles, r. G. Grants Barto-werie, by Grar- . ton — Oread. 10'.9 (Leonard) . . . . i Waruame, iO.i (Walker- ? 2 . Warambie, 9.0 (Chandler) .. .*.... 3 Other starters: Yardie, 10.2 (Marks) ; Silent Tom, 9.10 (O'Rourke) ; Spring mount. 9.10 (W_*amlnde). Dividends (ror 10/-): S.O., £1/5/-; place, 11/-, 13/-, .14/-. Betting: fi to 4 agst B«rlo-werie, 4 to l Warname, 5 to i Silent Tom, 6 to 1 Warambie, 10 to 1 Springmount, SO to l Yardie. Won by a length, with three-quarters or a length between sernnd and thira. Time, 4 min. 1 2-5 sec. ? FIRST CLASS PLATE. . Of 1-20 sovs. Sis furlongs. II. Towton's Saint Humphrey, by Duke Humphrey — Black Yett. 7.9 % (Dillon) ? * Barragundt, 9.0 (Sibbritt) - ? 2 True Moou, 7.5 (Whelan) .. -- ?? 3 Other starters: Thormont, 9.3 -Bar- iy): fluuook, 8.8 (HydeV Atladale, 7 H (Bastow); Venetian Kin?. 6.12 (Hall). Dividends (ror 10/-): &.O., £1/5/-; Pl...
MONSON BEATS SAMPEY. A Good Fight, But Small Attendance. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921
MONSON BEATS SMNPEY. A Good Fight, But Small Attendance. At His Majesty's Theatre last nlg&t Billy Sanapey, ot the Murchison, met E Monson, a naval boy or Fremantle, In a 20-found coifcest, the latter win ning on points. _ . *_ It was rather unfortunate for the Perth Promoting Company tnai vne at tendance was not up to the usual stan dard. Among the moderate crowd was a fair sprinkling of Interstate football ers, who enjoyed the night's sport very much. The 10 -round preliminary between Bill Davis, or Perth, and jr. Gibbs (un» known, rrom the Nor-Weet) provided some comedy, but was stopped in the 5th round, and the contest awarded to Davis. . __ Monson and Sampcy stopped into the ring at 9 p.m., both men tipping the beam at 9.6 each. s'rom the gong Mouson was the aggressor of the two, Sampey, though on the sJow side, being quite contented to act on the defence, «n several occasions he would bang on, to Monson 'in order to avoid punish ment. From the iOth round on things bega...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921
EVERYONE KNOWS The Hotel Belmont (Formerly the 'Ascot.') The Ideal Rendezvous. J. C. Haapock, Host Dad and Mum, and a Choice Selec tion of the Best Refreshments. The Best of 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 GUTLDFORD ROAD, The Best of Everything at Maylands Hotel B. TOGNI, Proprietor. CLEAN AND COSY IS The Guildford Hotel Rigiit 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.
Eastern Racing V.A.T.C [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921
Eastern Hades VJ-T.C The Australian .Steeplechase Meeting was i continued at Caulfleld to-day. The principal race, the Australian Steeple Shase/ carrying a stake or £2000, was wonby Ga_S^ Jn an easy rashion. The wpat.hp.r was daH. Arkartoga Hurdles, or £400, 2 miles furlong 64 yards. — Truepenny 1, rront -.Hank 2, Silent way 3. 5 to 2 igst Truepenny. ChatsworlP Plate, or £350, 1 mile [for 3-yfiar-olds). — Switch 1, Bassi 2, Sardlni 3. « to 2 «gst Switch. Australian Steeplechase, oT £2000; ifiout * miles. — Gazomp, 9.3 (Treen) ; !?? Woolod, 11.6 (Glennon), 2; Doiran, 11.2 ^(Mooney), 3.. Other starters: Mountain God, 12.9 Haoma. 10.9; Mon rose, 10.3s Rosytb. 9.11; Cully, 9.5. 5 lo 2 agst Maoma. 7 to 2 Mountain God, 9 to' 2 agst Gazomp, 8 to i Wooloo, 10 to l Cully o rDoiran. Monrose went to the front at the start Cully led to the first rence, and then HaoiQa took the lead. At the stand Treble was in front, and gradu ally increasing the lead to six. lengths, u the back of tbe course be...
COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921
COMMENTS. The Helena Vale Club held its August meeting on the above course to-day, the weather was delightful, and the course was looking at its best for this period of the year. Several stylish performances were put up by Boulder and Kalgoorlie can didates, this being the last chance to see the above 'cracks' in action be fore their departure for the fields. There was a great duel between bookmakers and punters, but the latter liad fhe better of it. CoonsideHng the football clash the attendance was quite up to the usual, and the arrangements or Mr. 3. R. Hayes passed off without a hitch. Hurdle Race. — Barto-werle took charge at the first jump from Warname, Silent Tom, Springmount, where Yar-1 die fell. Down the back Silent Tom took charge rrom Barlo-werie and War flame; this was the order passing the stand. At the rar turn Silent Tom who was in charge dropped right out of the piece. Barlo-werie led over the last jump from Warflame and War ambie, where Springmount shot his boy off,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921
AT MCDluANDS, On the road to Vineyards. Call at The Spring: Park Hotel EVERYTHING IS GOOD. .. ALF. BUTTON. Host EVERYONE KNOWS THE VICTORIA HOTEL MIDLAND JUNCTION. THE BEST OF ACCOMMODA TION AND STOCK. J. GODDALL, Proprietor. At Midland Junction, Opposite the Station. ne CMnereioi Hotel '* STANDS SUPREME. SWAN BEER OF THE BEST. H. BLATHERWICK, Proprietor. They All Go to The FREEMASONS HOTEL AT MIDLAND. The Home of Smiles, Cheerfulness and Civility Residence. JOE TIPPETT (ex Bicton), Proprietor BETTER and CHEAPER REPAIRS To Bikes, Motor Cycles, or Cars, than can be got in Perth. WE BUILD TO ORDER. Midland Agents for EXCELSIOR. Everything You Need in These Lines. ARTHUR FLINT YORK-ROAD, MIDLAND JUNCTION. Where to Stay in Midland Junction. [HE COUNCIL CLUB HOTEL, HELENA-STREET. Proprietress: MRS. E. SHEEHAN. Good Table. Clean Beds. Special Terms for Permanent Boarders. 'Phone L71. The Helena Vale Hotel is Opposite the Station MIDLAND JUNCTION. Clean, Commodious, Capitally-Kept, Everyth...
Film Phases and Facts Continued [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921
* film Pba$c$ and Tacts * (Continued) However, that gets me right away from what I initially set out to tell you, and that is that Milton comes right back to us, at the Majestic, to- day In a Basil King story, made by One 'Screenart' people, called 'The Street Called Straight.' It's a big ' theme that runs through the story. The acting is superb, and the photo graphy great — what more do you want? _ . Down at the Palla Lttm, Port, the following programme;.- are due for a showing: Commencing to-day, 'An Old Fashioned Boy' (Charles Ray), and 'The Marriage Pit' (Frank Mayo.' Then on Wednesday, the bill changes into 'The Cradle of Courage' (William Hart), and 'The- Country Cousin' (Elaine Hammer stein). . . . ; ? j : jj§ Fancy a picture cove having the peculiar ''haunch' to name^a picture 'The Splendid Sin.' A queer name isn't it? When we were little tod dlers we were taugh£ that a 'splen- Ud' sin was only a myth— but, be lieve me, folks, this -time it's no, myth, it's a film. A good on...
Youth and Grease Paint TROUBLES AND TOURS. No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921
VMtl «1 iGretse Ptlil TROUBLES AND TOURS. _— n— — (By Keith Connolly). v No. 3. Hello, folks, here I am again, quite prepared to confide a few more of my troubles of former days, when the 'grease-paint' world was . quite new to me. Now, wait, half-a-mo, where did I leave off hist week. Oh, yes, I know— where I got smitten over the bump of knowledge with a huge lump of Millars Timber and Trad ing Company, Limited. Well, to continue. After our Paddington season, we would have come straight back to Perth, but W the persist ency of several of o«r creditors, in threatening to be sitting on the sta tion waiting our arrival, so we- play- ed a return season at Broad Arrow for one consecutive night. . It was a pity our brainy manager decided upon this step, for here, we met with a most appalling tragedy. Whilst the third act was in pro gress, the said act being an over eloquent Shakespearian old-timer, who became a little over forceful in his actions. As you will probably 'guess, our scenery...
Aussie Films to the Fore AT HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921
Aussie Fins to tue AT HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. This . evening Saturday), August 13, a complete All-Australian pro gramme of -;. Selected Photoplays produced 'by A. C. Tinsdale will be screened at His Majesty's Theatre for one week under the airection of United Theatres arid Films Ltd. The company is already providing employment for nearly v twenty Westralians on its present staff, to-, gether' with nearly 300 students for screen fame in this State, and al ready one feature will be released monthly which, if accomplished will equal the combined releases of local productions in' the Eastern States. The first release recalls the vivid incident of the ill-fated Burke and Wills Expedition of I860, and might well be termed a Romance of 1860. The story begins m lighter vein, aided by a love interest and the Royal Society of Melbourne's ban quet to the expedition, trie farewell ball, the final gala day, where all happily describe!. Then wi^h Brahe as leader, the procession went off to try and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921
?MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLY — TWO FEATURES. £f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H in his latest Paramount Art l^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Rf craft . Production — j^^^H vfU&otn S. Hart ^^^Bl HflmmersteiH J^m^L, Cousin* N^^/ WEDNESDAY— TWO NEW FEATURES ROBERT WARWICK in 'THE 14th COMMANDMENT.' VIVIAN MARTIN in 'MAKING HER HIS WIFE.' TO NIGHT— ELSIE FERGUSON in 'LADY ROSE'S DAUGHTER.'. GRAND ORCHESTRA at EVENING SESSIONS. PRINCESS, FREMANTLE Direction .. . T. M. Coombe. House Manager . . J. Punch. Sat., Mon., and Tues.— 'Half a Chance,' 'Marriage Pit,' 'An East ern Westerner.' Wed.. Thurs., Fri.— 'The VeUed Mystery,' 'The Saphead,' 'Gates of Brass.' Sunday.— 'The Other Half,' also songs by Harold Hughes.