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Australian Team in England, 1921. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

Australian* Team Sit England, 1921. April 30-May 2, 3— Leicestershire, s*t a -ritif.: :-?-??: \.':.-;''; I, 9, 10-Surtey, at The Oval II, 12, 13— Yorkshire at Bradford. Force at Portsmouth- '??_?' 18, 19, 20-^Essex, at Levton. 21, 23, 21— M.C.O. or Gent's of Eng land, at Lords.* 25, 26, &-rUtx£oid University at Ox ford. 28, 30, 31— England, at Nottingham. , June.. 1, 2, 3— Cambridge University, at Cambridge.. 4, 6, 7— Middlesex, at Lords. 8, 9, 10— Gloucester, at Bristol. 11, 13, 14^-Eriglandv at LordsT 15, 16, 1/— Hampshire, at South ampton- --'; '- 18, 20, 21-^urrey, at The OvaL 22, 23, 24— Northampton, at Nortib amp&m. 25, 27, 28— Nottingham, at Notting . ham. . - 29, 30-July 1— Midland Counties, at Birmingham. Julv. 2, 4 5^-England-. at Leeds 6, 7, 8 — Lancashire, at Manchester. 9, 11, 12— Scotland, at Perth. 13, 14, 15— Scotland, at Edinburgh. 16, 17, 19— Durham, at Durham. 20, 21, 22— Yorkshire at She^eld. 23, 25, 26— England, at Manchesterr 27, 28, 29— Essex, ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

Australasian Films Ltd. THE FILM HOUSE, HAY-STREET, PERTH THE HOME OF THE GOOD SERIALS. _. OUB CREATES T SENSATION: ''-*%ipB SILENT AVENGER, ' COMMENCING PAVILION THEATRE, £e^i , ...... ' p-swm, soto. april. , ; j i WM DUNCAN aud EDITH JOHNSON. - 'l Now Available for Country Bookings

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

UfiON -- BEER S££ FAMOUS gS^Pf**^' - Printed by tht 'Sunday tUnoryiitmfiptT CCjlJapay-stteet, Pertti. Hiti . / . . _. ...i itfm--*~^ . ^ ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Wander-lust. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

The Wander-lust. Practically every league club has ap plied .for permission to inake a trip to the Eastern states either in season 1993 or J923. All such applications have been -deterred. Umpires— Good, Bad, and Indifferent. The League has selected the follow- 1 ing twelve gentlemen as 'Trial' um-p pires:— Messrs. F, Collins, W. Cjpg^Py; Trotter, S. F;\Cartfer, I. McKeoHeioA Toll, J. Cary.'J. Cooper, A. H. Yelland, B. Smellle, R. Richardson, and W. 3. Hayes. The following have been selected as goal umpires:— Messrs. T. H .Swain, H. J. Williams, H. Strickhiss, R. Cover, J. Thomas, A. Jamiesen. ... . Such a young'i&ayen 'from CaiUtou Juniors -Vic:) has .Joined -:'up; 'with Perth. Jle comes .well recommended. He was the .leading goal-tetter xrf .bit; association Iast-sea66n,kfekln» 5& goals. Perthites are tapping that Ife- wiU.^be something of an Alf, HaUiday.. - ' ??? 'Poet'. Smith, Tshd 'will be-seen out with -t)M iBastf, is' said to Be stole & 'kick up: a -sp...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

CWCKtT It is proposed -next season in the East to- play second XI. Sheffield Shield -matches between - tie x'arious States. For- instance, -when South Australia engage -Victoria on the M.C.C., then the second XI. will play in Adelaide, -and so-^orth.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A Geraldton Bout. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

A Geraldton' Boot. McGhte beat Sampey in 6 rounds and a knock-out at Geraldton last ?week. There was a big crowd at King's Theatre, Geraldton, on Friday, April 15th last, on the occasion of the third meeting between Billy McGhie and Billy Sampey. The' former stripv ped at. 10.7, the latter at 9.4. Of the two previous encounters, ''each had won one, and in view of Sam pey's victory over Anderson in Perth a fortnight ago, the third meeting which was tp. decide the rubber was expected to provide an interesting contest. Mr- P. Pearsall was selectj ed as referee. The fight, while it lasted, though it only went six roirads— was pretty interesting, and there was, not much to choose be tween, the men in the first two self tile better tatctidian.!' Iti the third rouud Sampey got a good open ing, and took advantage of it, bnt inflicted no serious damage. Both men were evidently determined ' to ' force the pace and there was more ginger in McGhie's- blows than on former occasions. In the fifth...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

[?] To-day the- following scratch matches will be played: — Perth v. East Fremautlc, at Freman tle. East Perth v. South Frcmantle, at Perth. Oval: East Fremantle v. Sublaco. in the scratch match at Fremautl?, Old Easts handed out a large sized de feat to Sublaco. The margin was *r inost twenty goals. It is quite a new thing for the Portonians to run.awsy with a scratch match. Speaking from memory a similar match at the begin ning or last season had just the oppo site result. On that occasion it was Subfaco i&at finished off with such & big lead. From all reports Old Easts are exceptionally strong this season.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

pip*1*61 REPP 1 ? .? ??? ^ . ? - t' ;?-. At^the Criterion Hotel, Hay u - street— Swan Beer at its best. Reg. \ Harrison, proprietor. GARRY STACK'S SAVOY CAFE (Downstairs). ' i NEXT METROPOLE HOTEL, HAY-STREET. STILL THE PREMIER TOBACCONIST (Wholesale and Retell). I. GLEE8ON. 667 HAY-STREET, 63 BARRACK-STREET, . 947 WILLIAM-STREET, . . PERTH. 1 Agent for QUEENSLAND'S GOLDEN CASKET ART UNIONS. J. GLEESON. RIGHT O» YOUR WAY! PAUSE and CALL ? ' v At ' HARRY SHAW'S Australia Hotel : -W&ERE YOU CAN ENJOY A ^ POT OR SPOT. ^REDUCE UVEKO COSTS By Detltosr Witt J. SPIGL 5 For Tobacco, Cigarettes, Cigars, Toys, Fancy ^GooOs, Stationery. Jewellery, : . Watches, and other Articles Repaired and Guarantee Given. - Storing 6d^ Haircutting 1/-. bar* or Ugnt Mixture Pipe Tobacco, WL per ox. ' x Flake Cut, U«ttt or Dark, 6d. or. 778 BAY-STREET -Opposlte Foy and Gibson). Country Oreders receive special at .A tentton. . ? r THE CARLTON THE COSY CORNER HOTEL. ' GODERICH-ST., EAST PERTH. THE STOCK...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

THE STAGE. His Majesty's Theatre.— 'Baby Bunt ing' opening Thursday next, April 28, J. 0. Williamson's Musical Comedy. Olympia.— Humphrey Bishop Operatic and Comedy Company. Shaftesbury— Peter Brooks Amusement Co., in Revues and Comedy.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

COMMERCIAL HOTEL, FREMANTLE JOE STRONG, Proprietor. AMERICAN BAR. ? Under the Management of JIMMY LANE, Late of Glowery's Palace Hotel. . '. - — ? : ? _ ? . ? ? - '*'-? ? . ? __ ? :

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SATURDAY TO TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

SATURDAY TO TUESDAY. Majestic, Hay-street,— 'The Wonder Man,' starring Georges Carpentier. (Fox Film). Grand, Murray and Barrack-streets.— 'Hearts Up,' starting Harry Cary. Universal Jewel Film.) Pavilion, Hay-street— ^Knight of the Trail,' starring Win. S. Hart. (Paramount-Artcralt Film-) Palladium, Hay-street.— 'The Leopard Women,' starring Louise Glaum. (J. Parker Read Film.) WEDNESDAY TO FRIDAY. Majestic— 'The Wonder Man,' star ring Georges Carpenter (Fox Film). Grand.— 'The Ladder of Lies,' star ring Ethel Clayton (Paramount Artcraft Film.) Pavilion.— 'Joyous Liar,' starring J. W- Kerrigan (Rialto Film). Palladium,— 'The Divorced Wife,' starring All Star Cast. (Universal Film). Lyceum, Mt. Lawley.— 'The World! and His Wife,' starring Alma Ru bens (Royalty Masterpiece Fflm).

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

? Cloyle's ££*- Brandy I ? 'A Grand Beverage' ? s^^^B ? ' It. is tbe appealing flavour ana xat ^H ,flK unvarying high standard of purity of ^H ^^B ' . CoyJe's Pure Grape Brandy that i*rin ^Q i^H tbe Instant approval of all vfho nave ^M ^^B once tried it. ^H '^?H - Not only an excellent beverage, ^H cBI Goyle's Brandy Is also * ot undoubted ^H ^^H. '. value in the sick-room. Sold' at ^H m All Hotels and Licensed Stores ? Ma Wholteale from PHIL COYLE, Barrack St. H vJHIHHHBHBBBHlHHBHHHBHBaBtB

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Films, Footlights, plays and Players The Week's Feature Amusements. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

pilms, Footlights, Plsiys and Playere ?* ? .-' ? ? * ' - - ? ' - .... ,. . ? . ?-;'...,?...-? j^jj-^j-jj rrrTrr-- — — — -~ ~ -~ — — — — — — — — ?—?— — *— — ^ — — — ~~~— — » . . ? . ' ? — ^The Week's Feature Amusements.— ..Leonard Durell puts over a good sketch entitled the 'Swell Cracks man.' '^A Pni?ce of Entertainers' and a -r 'Prince -)f Good-fellows' is Joe -??-? Brennan, ot Olympia. v 'One -was^ an* actor, and the. other didn*t have any money, either.' An * absolute fact . . ' Try and think of a better-liked manager thin Jack Bursey, of Olym : pia'fame. I've tried and failed. Qoral Graves, who was a well knoW figure in' local baHets, is do ing' ttcM, as such, on the Fuller cir f ? cuitr. . . - ' Courtney Ford and Ivy Davis are on the way Shaftesburywards. Po pular people for whom a hearty welcome awaits 'The War Service Home' at the Olympia will interest returned men and their relatives. Elliott is the responsible party' Myrtle Carter, also well known in local theatrical circle...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

OLYMPIA THEATRE Direction . Jack Bursey Enterprises. THE HUMPHREY BISHOP THE HUMPHREY BISHOP THE HUMPHREY BISHOP Comedy and Operatic Company NEW PROGRAMME. NEW PROGRAMME. TO-NiGHT. TO-NIGHT. Including : 'THE WAR SERVICE HOME,' 'THE WAR SERVICE HOME,' Written and Produced by EDWARD ELLIOTT. and 'THE SWELL CRACKSMAN,' 'THE SWELL CRACKSMAN,' written and Produced by LEONARD F. DUREiLL. New Novelties. New Sketches All the Favourites in New Songs and Danoe?. BOOK now at Nicbolson's. Late Theatre Booking, ring A1856.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

? THE ? Grand SATURDAY, MONDAY, AND TUESDAY. HARRY CAREY, 'HEARTS UP,' And ETHEL -JLAYTOF 'THE LADDER OF LIES.' WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, and FRIDAY. EVA NOVAK 'THE TORRENT,' And BRYANT WASHBURN 'THE SINS OF ST. ANTHONY.' SATURDAY, MONDAY, AND TUESDAY ANNA LEHR and. WALTER MILLER in 'THE OPEN DOOR,' 'CONVICT 48927.' ALSO W. S. HART, in 'THE KNIGHT OF THE TRAIL.' WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, and FRIDAY. J. W. KERRIGAN And The Dimple Darling LILIAN WALKER, in 'JOYOUS LIAR.' te to Pflviltei Tftettrc Perth Palladium. to A SATURDAY, MONDAY, AND TUESDAY. 'THE LEOPARD WOMAN.' LOUISE GLAUM and HOUSE PETERS. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, and FRIDAY- . 'THE DIVORCED WIFE.' PALLADIUM ORCHESTRA AT EVENING SESSIONS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE Direction ? J. C. Williamson, Ltd. HA! HA! SOMETHING TO CHUCKLE ABOUT. HA! HA! COMMENCING ON THURSDAY NIGHT NEXT. j. c WILLIAMSON'S NEW ENGLISH MUSICAL COMSDY COMPANY. in - BABY BUNTING - The Mor.it Seductive, Most Exhi'^iating, the Quaintest and Most Humorous Musical Comedy Yet Staged in Australia. The Mtst Wonderful Dress Display Ever Seen in Perth. PLANS at Nicholson's next TUESDAY morning at 10 o'clock. - -? - - -- - - '* Featuring' Alma Reubens The Photo Play broke ail records byrunning eleven weeks in New York without a break. To be released at GRAND THEATRE, JUNE 18th. NEXT. C£ CparanioufiL II

Publication Title: Mirror
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

MARY McLAREN, THE POPULAR -SCOTCH ACTRESS, APPEARING IN UNIVERSAL FILMS.

Publication Title: Mirror
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

30th APRIL, 1921 HOW tO Vote 3Oth APhlL, 1921 These are the Questions that will be asked you: A ? Vote that the numtier of Licences existing in the District CONTINUE * )f B * Vote that the number of Licences existing in the District be Increased . G * Vote that the number of Licences existing: in the District be Reduced D I Vote that No Licence be Granted or Renewed in the District PUT YOUR X IN THE TOP SQUARE. *I)o Net mark in any way the 2nd or 3rd. Squares, as your Vote would be Informal. - ' ? Every Ho License Vote will be Recorded, and Remember that if No License is not successful, every No License Vote is added to Reduction, which is carried by a Bare Majority. Therefore — s ^^g^^-i. Be at the Poll and VOTE CONTINUANCE - (5§ And Preserve Your Liberty. ; Ijli WWfBlTl&N BOGfY — some Eloquent Figures : The Prijfeibrtipnist's 'statistics' would Lead you to Believe that*this is a Drunken Community. It is aWaste ol Tune and Effort to argue with him. ' . - - AS A FACT On the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

PatHealy All Events TATTERSALL'S CLUB, PERTH, NED STACK IS AT HOME AT f His Majesty's Hotel Comer PhiHimore andBfou&tt Sts., FBEMAHTLE. You'U be Glad You Called. At Midland Junction, Opposite the Station. Tfie cemiercifll Holei STANDS SUPREME. SWAN BEER OF THE BEST. H. BLATHERWICK, Proprietor. Qrosvenor Cafe 144 BARBACK-STREET. The Best Three-Covyse Meal in Perth for Is., at the Grosvenor Cafe, 144 Barrack-street, near Wellington Street. You Will Enjoy Your Visit

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 24 April 1921

T*mS&! . JAMESON ; Established 20 Years— The OHS AMD 9H&Y % ~ Turf Adviser in WA, to his numberless clients /tibe bene- jfl|^^J^^^^^^^H^ : ?* cay's, racitig.; . ?LJr.* «B»»»»»»»E^B^^^^^^^Hi Be Sure and Consult the ONLY f^H^G££||^^V - ' JAMESON before going to the ^^^^H^ra^^^HP^ ' Terms: Clients, One Month, ,JEl, ^^^^^^^^H^^ Including Eastern States. Daily ^^^BHBH^^ clients, 5/-. Trotting Selections ob- ^^*^^^ tainable at *he ^ate, 1/-- * »? ? . m -1 BE SURE AND CONSULT JAMIESON AND WIN MONET. Jameson's ios. Special, One Horse only, tct$n March 19, ISSi- Soarale Belmont 500; Easter, March 26, Osborne Stakes. Jolly Cosy; Qytfncjy Ctop. -^ March 28, EUrythmlc; Sires' Produce Stakes, March 38. PoonOarn. kbt ridale- Handicap, Ao*U 2, Kernsary, Camong Paric, AprJtt 9, 19S|- Bpy scope. Also i other winners, viz , Nonplussed, Captain Fox, Golden Bond, Renunciation. -- TROTTING: Easter Cap, Monarch, Easier Handicap, Neddie's Bobbie. Making Jameson's 10s. special a possible 6 ...

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