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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

^BJPJPJPJpjppjpjpjpjpjpJPJPJpJPJpJpJpJBJpJpJpJPJpJpJpJBJpJPJpJPJpJpJpJpJpJpjpJpJ|^ AT THE PALLADIUM— MONDAY TO FRIDAY. ? mMm Sennett's lawriDon You'll be tickled to ffl death— it's just the U funniest ever. —. J# First 6-Reel Comedy for Associated Producers. 6,000 feet of Unalloyed Mirth. Everybody has heard of the beauty of the Mack Sennett girls. They have become an institution — an abstraction meaning beauty of face, sym metry of form and grace of person. They're all in Mack Sennett's production, 'A Town Idol.' The Cast includes — Ben Turpin, Marie Prevost Charles Murray, #id m Phyllis Haver. * See— The Charge of the lLaugh Brigade. They're coming— all the old favourites '? — followed bv the world's hysterical gasps of laughter. It's One Prolonged Yell. Additional on Wednesday — Edith Rolerts in me Meiers' TONIGHT: 'CHILDREN NOT WANTED.' Palladium Orchestra at all Evening Sessions. ™* PAVILION j^F^'v^v^^Nj^HHp^P^^^H^B New H^^i-.^:lfe^B^'€--^^^|^Bi Senial , ]K||MJ|HH|^h^uKh|||hHHS...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
GALLOPING AUGUST FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

GALLOPING _____ AUGUST jtxj-.xuKKS. ' WJV— 30. Goodwood; 30. 34 and 37. Boulder; 25. Dowerin Rifle Club Sports; 37, Canning; 27 and 29. Port Hedland. Victoria.— 17. Melbourne H.C.; 20, V.R.C.; 27, Williamstown; 31, Qaklahds H.C. S. Australia.— 20 and 27, A.R.C. (Grand National Meeting). , Goodwood Races next Saturday. , . A large. crowd ; At Belmont last Saturday, And wjnners were difficult to fimf, So bookmakers had a profitable time. There1 will be plenty of good- rac- king on the cpast during the gold fields' meeting. So why leave home, you punters, when there's .good cash on the: spot. Punters are still wearing a wet towel around their head after En niscorthy's defeat. W. i Marks' apprentice,- Norrie, had a day out at Belmont with ' three winning rides. .And the crack 'VVally' had a day off. Sitella was backed— backwards. That £5,000 ? proposition that Sam' Mackay fell for. in Outlook. ran last. Barlowerie was a trifle unlucky at Belmont. Methinks G/sorge was caught napping. Mic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

GDVtR*fl& DlRECTC* .- ttARRV. G/taSHVE SUNDAY NIQH3*: PRJSr' CILLA DEAN, in a Fine Uni * versal Film. - : ' Hen Monday to Fixday. ' ' .^EBBMBlWMlMMg^aC^-»K ' Wonderful Music by Bettexidge'* Orchestra, Afternoon Tea for Ladies in Dress Circle. Also Showing: 'THE BRANDED FOUR,' 'Tonisal Taps,' and 'Selznick Hews,' 1,000 Gallery Seats at 6d. EVERY NIGHT. SATURDAY NEXT, AUG. 10 MACK SENNETTS Super-Comedy.

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BOXING [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

BOXING Sid. Francis meets Barney Thomp son for the middleweight champion ship of South Australia tonight. Jack iDillon, the hard-hitting New South Wales welter-weight cnam pion. is anxious to connect with Barney 'Thompson. - Jamito and Jimmy Hill axe lulled to meet some time this week in Sydney. If Jimmy is fighting any thing UkeTris top. this will be a great 'go.' ? ? Llew Edwards had the muscles of ' his left eye badly torn as the result ; of a right from Godfrey. There is no doubt about Edwards' pluck in fighting' on. as the above was done early in the piece. Havflah Uren has £100 to say he can beat Dick Johnson, the contest to take place in Mel bourne. Ex-bantam champion Jack Jan nese contemplates doing the come- ' back act. , Herb. McCoy (probably the fast est lightweight in the world in his day) was badly beaten by Allie Allison, the improved 'digger' box er from Sydney. Carpentier and Mike Gibbons will meet for the light-heavyweight box ing championship of America in Oc tober...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TROTTING [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

TROTTING Trots next Saturday night. The New Year opens well. And some crowd attended too. 'Doe' Clayton in form— three winners, one second, and one third. Little Normey also drove a double. Charlie Thomas wili get a move an. The Interstate footballers say the night sport is wonderful. - Princess Willow will trouble the judge. ; Rothsay bumped a snag m Rose Bay. Miss Dudley, we would like to be with 'Son' when you decide. Bellwood, thanks for the warning. We will take the form from your forward running. Miss Shandon gave some cheek last week. ' .'There's a butcher in Subiaco who s name is Bull, and he owns Louis Huon, the winner of the Trojfcters' Handicap last week. Roy was in good humour, and made no mistake. But the punter with £50* that did not get on did some roaring. Dear Boy is a wonderfully improv ed pony, and may be expected to take any time. Now -hen, Mr. Stewards, get down early on those well-backed horses , that are developing that habit of standing on the mark. . Almost ...

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Cursed by Curzon NORTHCLIFFE THE NOB. "THIEVES FALL OUT...!" [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

CMrstf ftu cirzra NORTHCLIFFE THE -NOB. 'THIEVES FAUL OUT. . .!' 'Axis' soliloquises: One 'Northcliffe, who handles his name with a lordship, is embarked on a cruise of the British Empiah, and sundry outlying parts of the earth. including 'them United States.' Starting under favourable auspic-r es, the Northcliffe person evidently imagined that the famous tour of Teddy the Next was to fade and subside even unto the flatness of bilgewater alongside the corruseat ing brilliance of his very own me teoric career. For what is an ordinary, home made Prince-by-mere-birth compar ed with an Emperor of the Fourth Estate — an autocrat of the Press (God bless it)? For Lord North cliffe. be it known to the unwary, is none' other thaa the London 'Timesv — and various other equally sacred Palladia of British opinion. , Warwick of1 old. was the veriest tyro compared with this ' modern king-maker. But wait! Northcliffe had ene mies, and one of these enemies was a certain Curzon — also a lordship — a...

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The Successful Enterprise [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

The Successful Enterprise The successful enterprise is the one that wins through because it ap peals to the popular taste, the oie which shows it -can do something better than anvone else and can fill a want property and efficiently. Such entrprise must succeed, whe- ? ther it be hotel, soft goods em porium, or hairdressing saloon. When some ten years ago it was decided to build in Hay-street, on the site of the old and popular Shamrock Hotel, an ultra modem and up-to-date hotel, some of the croakers shook their heads dubious ly. But to-day the Savoy Hotel rears its majestic heads triumphant ly, the very acme of a successful enterprise. This success is in a large measure due to the choice of management. to the selection of a manager, who understands the running of a first class hotel in all its branches. Mr. J. J. Ryan, the Savoy's popu lar manager, has, every department in his extensive establishment just right, and every one working under him knows his or her work, and does it eff...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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That Five per cent. Robbery [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

Tkil Five per cent. Rotten The affairs of the Federal Service seem to drift from bad to worse every day, and the cancellation of the 5 per cent. W.A. allowance ap pears to have, raised a disturbance that will require some , satisfying, especially amongst the younger members of the Service of the As sociation, who feel the reduction very severely. The Assistants' As sociation subjected the Federal Par liamentarians to a volley of letters and telegrams, and were successful in getting Mr. Burchell to take a deputation to the Acting Prime Minister, and from what is disclosed from the minutes of the deputation the Prime Minister agreed rather hesitatingly to the matter being heard in the Arbitration Court, and further argument is now in progress as to whether the matter shall be heard in Perth, and with the Grand Council of the Federal Service com bined associations of this State re organising itself, and coming to the rescue of the Assistants and Line men, and appointing as Advocate Mr....

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
R.S.L. NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

p. $? L* * ilitl£$' ?'The branch of the* R£jS.L. at Mornington has become almost de funct, but on Sunday last a very largely- attended meeting was held, when Mr. Fulton presided, and it was decided to buck up. buck in, and make a fresh, start. Some 60 or 70 members are assured; and they intend to start is on new and improved lines. Cudey King, late of the 3rd. Tun neliers. of which be was the baby, is. now home with Ma. and is as beautiful as ever. Jack Dewhurst is also there with his young wife, and is, as usual, just the glassy ally. Being of the 16th. Battalion, swears he would like to meet a certain Brigadifer Elliott for a three jnintttes' or so go. and ne would mangle, not Margolin, h'm Others at Mornington include F. P. Lai-kin* of the Slst. Batt, N. 8urw66d,;A. T. Milton, of the*Sth. —also looking for Elliott1 g blood— Olaf t-ind, J. Griffin, of the 51st, and McGee. of the 44th; &S jf.CfeaL of 4he Motor Tiansporti ah-i F. Far relly, late. of 3rd A.R.O.D: Lieut. Bucha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 13 August 1921

Jim Daly ^~% (Member Tatteriall's). Long Odds and Civility. AU Events. Doubles a. Specialty. CHBISTIAN BROTHERS' COLLEGE. HINTH ANNUAL DANCE. ST. ^GEORGE'S HALL. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 24. Dancing, 8 to 12. Tickets: 8/- Double, 6/- Single. S. EDELMAN, G. BOYLSON, ; Hon. Secretaries.

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Fremantle Fragments [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 20 August 1921

.*% (fcy 'Msxcos.') How did the dearest of the Cor beile colleens get that black eye? Reported that Miss Dome BagUn will be the Trades Hall popular girl in tiie coming Labour Carnival com petitions. Frank Rowe wasn't quite sure of himself at the last Labour Council meeting on Tuesday. Possibly he had neglected to get full instructions from the shipping bosses. It would be interesting to know why the station sta^r always sweep the five o'clock dust eff the platform ' onto the passengers in trie 5.10 train. One day they will succeed in chok ing some unfortunate, condemned to * ride in Pope's rattler. No shipping on the wharf, and conditions are as bad for most of the lumpers as during the dark days of 1917-8. . Surely its up to the Exe cutive and to ;_ecrctary Rowe, of the Lumpers' Union, to help devise something that wil! give wharfies a chance of .gaining sustenance. Other wise they are accepting then* wages from members, many of whom are on the verge* of starvation under somewhat f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Esperanto Notes [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 20 August 1921

BKraite Notts The International Esperanto Con gress, previously referred to in this column, dul y took place, an I was a tremendous success. Over 2700 de legates were pteSmt from all parts of the world, and the occasion was highly significant of the necessity for a common 'language and the wonderful way in which' Esperanto fills the bill. Lord RoberJ Cecil, South Africa's representative en the League of Na tions' assembly, said recently, that he used to think that Esperanto -was a joke, but now he was inclined to think he was wrong. He would be very glad to see it in Europe, and he hoped that those in favour of it would not be discouraged by any thing whifh took place at the *as semfoly, but would work hard to press their view ton the world. Such a 'universal language, conclud ed Lord Robert, would very materi ally assist the usefulness of the League of Nations. It is not at all difficult to learn, even without a teacher, and any one interested is asked to write to Miss M. Hinde, 21...

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Belmont [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 20 August 1921

Bdmwjt —o — (By 'Solon.')- We had a grand football match out here last Sunday, but our labys got beaten by a point.' Don't throw that ball, Victor. Snowy Sharpies and Jack Bucci were both up -to. Carnival form, but the latter had a . tendency to hug the wing too mucn. Now. then. Cutty, keep, those young ladies off if you want your boys, to show, their best form. ??._''?„ ? ?*?? Fatta De Mat, ti.at Turkey lolly cap does not suit y-u. Ask Tango Ramsey for his .old college cap. 'It's a beaut. Oh, dem girls, they did get ex cited, especially when Bunny got the ball and bolted. Girls will be girls. A well-known jockey is about to take on matrimony. Intended pa in-law is a parson, and knows noth ing about gambling, but is willing to learn. We shall soon know what made Simon bar Jonah, Arthur L. (not the Racehorse), what were your intentions in tfcat race? You were not playing I Spy, surely not. Be careful, or you might fall. Come on Bclmont, speak up; Up to-date we have not heard anything...

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Maylands [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 20 August 1921

Jfyiafc Q ? ? {By 'Out-or-Order.'- They say — That Edie Payne has said au re voir to Maylands, his new home be ing Ntfngarin. He will of course, coine to- Perth each, year for the show or perhaps the Farmer's Con ference.. .. That Jack Cousins scores a lot more points «n a game of euchre than he does with the nfie , ? That Danny Folcy had his stop watcft in his hand the wiK-Ie of the final quarter at the W.A. v. Victoria football match. That Postmaster WilKains wishes they would attend the tennis club's euchre party/ as they did at the football carnival matches. . That Ted Pollard, is now everlast ingly singing 'Now they'll have to call me father' That Butcjer Johnston once made a mistake and commenced cutting up his orders for delivery at 12 mid night, thinking it was 6 a.*n. That Mr. Singieton is a well-known business man. That a big white goat eats up all the ypung trees in Charles-street as fast as the Roads Board gardener plants them. That the A.N.A. are goin? to take charge of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 20 August 1921

HMfe-'-^r. ^^a^MaBBBMgiWMay'figl NOW SHOWING. HJ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^hHI A Picture Version of Robert W. ?^^^^^^^^BbBI^I^^^HB^HI Chambers' Great Novel, j^^^^^^^^^^^KjP^B^^^^H^Hj - Featuring HBBHPHMMMMBMflEHi MARION DAVIES j^^^^^EB^^K^&SM^M^M^M^M^M^M^M^H ' and ? V^^^TMlBSIKBI^m EUGENE O'BRIEN, IHMMM^^ ^^8^S9b^^MMmI in n^T if' ' ?*^«i^K|^ol 'A FOOL AND HIS MONEY.' I y JW^^^^^I-^^MMMMMMi ' WEDNESDAY: f^ma^tSMBSS^^^^S^M Two Features, headec- by HhH^^^^^HH 'HELD BY THE ENEMY.' HH^^BBbHMMMHMMMMMMH^^^B Featuring — jB^H Marion Davies J^^HI WANDA HAWLEY and SS^H^^^S^Sf^^^^H JACK HOLT. GRAND ORCHESTRA AT EVENING. TO-NIGHT: THOMAS MEIGHAN in 'CIVILIAN CLOTHES.' g^ ^% 1 ,M\ft-^^ CT-.^S^ ^^ Monday and Tuesday. r I\l Hi ^^^m^9 ^3 ? M.VOK SENAKTT'S ?mXa Ml Aml^ri Wm 'A SMALL TOWN IDOL.' 'SUNDOWN St-RW.' Direction .. . T. M. Coombe. Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. House Manager . . J. Punch. ..soMEONE^lH^Hoilsc.' 1 ^Viy^ — 'THE VEILED MVSTERY' ^-r|V^ (Episode Second;. Sunday Night. — 'Torbitldpn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 20 August 1921

f ^1* I fefeN I Tuds IjWgP | THUR I ty « SAT 1 | ? ^^Sm*» »*fc^&— ?? ^^^^^^^ ^B^^iBj M^teflHrt |A^^ -JBE W m ^^ ^ -J5 -Q- 7 o 9 JSi^ ^^^^?^^'^^?'^^^^ ^^^^5BJj^^jjj* 2^^^5 ^^?^mm^ ^^^^^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 20 August 1921

His JUAjesty's Theatre Lessees— Fullers Ltd. The Wi. Society of Concert , Artistes present the Sparkling t Musical Comedy Success, 'THE GXEL JtKHUJIJ) ^THE COUNTER.' Commencing SATURDAY NEXT. AUGUST 27, For Seven Nights ,On1y. Popular Prices. IB Director: J. C. Williamson Films. SUNDAY NIGHT: ELSiE JANIS in 'A REGULAR GIRL.' MONDAY REX BEACH'S ROMANCE Entitled 1 'toiiig Some' WEDNESDAY : The Famous British Film JT'Laddie' Sunday: Wm. Famum in 'LSst of the Duanes.' Monday: Clyde Cock Comedy; Charles EJay in '19 and Phyllis'; Madelaine. Traverse in 'The Splendid Sin. Wednesday: Rex Beech's Drama, 'Going Some.' and the Italian Film, 'A Woman's, Story.' ^^___»_ — — «__. ? SATURDAY. aPPaBbaUl'Ji MTTl :ET 'TH-» FourtcentU Man' (Bobl. War-. -? riCrfWl#%ni I LC wick). 'Tlic Trinrrs' (Lditli ' **** ??»?#% 1^ I \J IWI Cl.riK Roslle,,s .iSex.. - Marion liavios). Direction . . . T. M. Coombe. 'A ™enf ^fflT'' House Manager Geo. Turner. —^~the Glrls and Boy&rwE low the ^^&7S^^m ch...

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Subur-Banalities West Guildford, Midland, Bellevue CAN YOU TELL US— [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 20 August 1921

I Subur-Banalities tt^^. ifiwiiUTMii igythlM,i _^_O^ — CAN YOU TELL US Why Bill Simmons fcas never re ^ peated his Bill Hart tactics? Why he* fed off the mantelpiece last time he tried them? Why Les. Bass is not in training for a Trades Hall contest? Why there is not a decent .band in Midlandr % Why the Council toil not, neither do they spin? - . Why they don't attend to some of the stinking drains? Why Bias- Mamham got such a bad attack of heart failure a few Sundays ago? £y the Health Inspector is al rpute matching jalong Mar Road?, Why the Rev. T. Groser has dis carded his motor cycler Why R- F. Brown looks so cheer ful? Why Cr. Tones is such a dead ring tor the Charlie Putty figure in Bar netfs Hay-street window? Why Harold Scully has been es caping the limelight lately? Why the 'Swan Distress' was so Cull of news on the l^th? Why Burrows parks his car in the paddock? Why A.C. likes ringing up the police? ' ?Why he is always putting his nose itt^rhere it is not wanted? \ ^Thy tf...

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SHOW FEATURES FOR THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 20 August 1921

SHOW FEATURE* FOR T«C WEEK The Grand NOW SHOWUig: 'THE RESTLESS SEX' (Marion Davies), and 'A FOOL AND HIS MONEY' (Eugene O'Brien). Commencing Wednesday. 'HELD BY THE ENEMY' {Wanda Hawley) , and 'THE FALL OF AN ANGEL' { Gaumont Production ) . The Majestic -Now Showing. 'going Some' (Hex Beech's Story), and MACK SENNETT COMEDY. Commencing Wednesday: 'LADDIE' (English 'super' production), And Supporting Features. The Royal Snowing AU the Week: 'MARRIED LIFE' . (5 Reel Mack Sennett Comedy), ?^and . 'THE PLOUGH CIRL' (Mae Murray). Also 'THE BRANDED FOUR' (Episodes S and 6). Day Sessions Only. The Stage His Majesty's Theatre. 'THE GIRL BEHIND THE COUNTER' Commencing:. Saturday, August 27th. Shaftesbury Theatre. Peter Brooks Amusement C. in Revues and Comedy. ! The Palladium Showing Monday to Friday. 'ISOBEL' (House Peters). Supported by 'DESPERATE YOUTH' (Gladys Walton). . SupjOTting feature changes Wednesday to 'ONCE TO EVERYWOMAN.' (Dorothy Phillips). The Eavilion Now Showing. 'THE BLOO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 20 August 1921

A. 6. HEATHOOTE SURGEON DENTIST. Upstairs, over Troucbetfs, WeUiagton and Bamck Sta. Under Distinguished Royal ? Patronage. The Arcade Studios (Established 20 Years). 'The Picture Framers, Photo graphers abd Photo Enlar gets of the West-' F. C. SWAINB, Proprietor. Central Arcade (Opp. Rafl««y I Gut and Pit your own Matt rial Read to. Make Up at Home, or Supply the Latest in Costumes. BOSS »t HARRISON, Dressmaker and Gostumiere, 40 BEAUFOBMTBKT. ?Over Johnston's Furniture Shop.) TeL 1838. * SURE EASE AKD RELIEF FROM luWftt&TISM, flCttSICA, AND I0RDRSD AHJffiWTS. HERBS FOR ALt. TB0BBLGS A? WARPS Mrs. Ward AUffHte to Ladiu. Scores or Reterencra. - MEAT ,* PRICES DOWN AGAIN. REAL MEAT BARGAINS AT J. K. WARNER City Markets, Wellington St. (FOOT OF HORSESHOE BRIDGE) . THE BEEF BOODLEKS EMEMY. AT PRICES TO SUIT THE POCKETS OF THE PEOPLE. THIS WEEK'S PRICES:— SIDES OF (LAMB, from 7d per lb. SIDES OF MUTTON, from 4jd. lb. BEEF, from 4d. «er lb. ? QUARTERS, BEEF, 4d. per lb. DRIPPING....

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