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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

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Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

OPPOSITE TOWN HALL. G.F. YEATES W.A.O.A., OPTICIAN. 37 BARRACKSTREET, PERTH. Tel. A3620.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

SEEPS Ml WANTS f FOR GARDEN, FARM ias&t&i station:, .' j%| Illustrated Catalogue Sent TOSiP-r ^ FREE on application^ I . .; ; ? -*-* mm « Business Address: ' ~ jM 2M fll 2*2 WiHIa flNU| PEBTH, W.k. -* ? - ? ?-

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

OLYMPIA THEATRE Direction .Jack Bursey Enterprises. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. 25th PROGRAMME 25th Of THE HUMPHREY BISHOP THE HUMPHREY BISHOP THE HUMPHREY BISHOP Comedy and Operatic Company In a SPARKLING NEW PROGRAMME Featuring Second Edition Second Edition Second Edition Second Edition Second Edition Second Edition Of **£Q5S PARIS IN PERTH-' 'MX8S PARTS IN PERTH-' 'MKS PARIS IN PERTH-' Also the Hilarious SKETCHES, THE PROHIBITION QUESTION And THE BASIC WAGE PROBLEM. The Whole Bill Promises A RIOT OF LAUGHTER, GAIETY, LIFE, AND COLOUR. Book Now at Nicholson's, late 'phone booking A1856.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

HIS nAJESTY'S fttEATftp!!! Direction ? ? ....... J. C.' WiLlMMSQ»£ ^IJjCfc -^-M Next Thursday Week April i||l§i HA! HA! RETURN OF THE FAVOURITES. HA! HAl J. C. WILLIAMSON'S NEW ENGLISH MUSICAL COMEDY company, ' '- - ^ _ . - .;;.-;:;r 'r-i- Including -.—Dorothy Brunton, Alfr ed Frith, Field Kate*, Madge Elliott. William Greene, Cecil Bradley, Jack Hooker. Rite Hufwt, Settle ? Hartley. ' ? -? ?? ? .♦ - ?'?-££;? ?;,,:? In the Revusical M usical Comedy Success ~ - ' BABY BUNTING ' This Kid will Keep You in Hysterics for Three Hours! - Preferential Booking by LETTER only at NICHOLSON'S.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

RIGHT ON YOUR WAY! PAUSE and CALL At HARRY SHAW'S Australia Hotel WHERE YOU CAN ENJOY A POT OR SPOT. THE FEDERAL HOTEL FREMANTLE. GEO. JOHN, Proprietor. SWAN BEER ONLY. PALLADIUM, Perth All Next Week THE SHADOW OF LIGHTNING RID6E FEATURING Australia's Stunt Star Snowy Baker

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Peculiar Traits Of Picture Audiences [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

Petdltr Traits tl PRlire Ailieices National prohibition of chewing gum would become an immediate fact if the moving picture proprietor in America has his way. Wads of the adhesive stuff stuck around his movie palace by thoughtless mas ticatory patrons, when the 'sweet' is chewed out, cause the cinema man much grief (says Leslie's 'Weekly,' New York). The victim of a nice, gooey cud of gum nearly always raises a kick to the management, and sometimes demands pay for torn or damaged garments. But gum is not the only thing left be hind by movie audiences. It's easy to see how one might drop a glove or two, but why would one leave a £75 fur coat and never call 'for it? And how can a woman go out hatless and never notice it? Yet women do, for women's hats form a considerable part of the spoils. It is reported that one theatre actually had a baby on its hands last year for over eight hours before its mother realised she had forgotten it. Shoppers add largely to the daily salvage, leaving a...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY. Majestic, Hay-st.— 'Toby's Bow,' starring ^om Moore (Screenart film). 43rand, Murray and Barrack sfawts— -'The Dancing .Fool,' .starring Wallace Reid (Paramount Artcraft Film). Pavilion, Hay-it— 'A Man's Desire, '. starring Lewis S. Stone (Artcraft ram). . * Palladhun, Hay-**.— 'The Shadow of Lightning Ridge,' starring Snowy Saker (E. J. XJarroD FUm-. THURSDAY to SATURDAY. MajAtic.— -'Heart Strings,' starring TOuiam Farmun (Fox film)* Grand.— 'Away Goes Prudence,' starring Bfllie Burke (Famous Flays). Pavilion.— 'The Old Country Lad,' starring J. W. Kerrigan TBiatto). Palladium.— 'Trembling Hour,' starring AU Star Cast (Universal film). THE STAGE. His Majesty's Theatre*— Wiltiammm 's 'Baby Bunting,' coming Thurs day, April 28 Olympia.— Humphrey Bishop Operatic and Comedy Company. Shaftesbury.— Peter Brooks' Amnseiment Co. in Revues and Comedy.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ELTON BLACK [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

ELTON BLACK Comedian and Producer Directing Revues, etc., at the SHAFTESBURY

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TRANSPORT STRIKE OFF. London, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

TRANSPORT STRIKE OFF. London. Anril 15. The Transport Strike, which was liinefl for Friday night, was declared off at the last moment. The reasou tor this is not known and the wildest speculations are rife. It is generally believed, however, ttiat the dead-lock between the Government and the Miners is not quite hopeless, and that the postponement or the Uailwaymen's strike is a sign Jliat an avenue of set tlement still exists.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE VERY LATEST. COAL STRIKE SITUATION. Still in the Balance. London, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

THE VERY 1ATESL COAL STRIKE SITUATION. Still in the Balance. London. Auril 15. The strike situation is still trembling in t lie balance between settlement and a revolutionary conflict. Boiu the Miners aiid'thc Government inotess to he adamant ou tue National poo] question. Lloyd George declares thai it would be disastrous 'unless.' lie says, 'tue Miners agree to negotiate on the wage question alone. I am afraid wo. must light it out.' Mr. FranK, Hodges (Miners' Secre tary1, roconimended the Union to nego iiaie ou wages alone, but tiio execu tive, rc'1'u.ced to consider the proposal. Mr. Hodges then tendered liis resigna tion, wliirii was, iiowovcr, not accepted.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MAUNDERINGS [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

MAUNDERINGS — o — The Ubiquitous Colebatch.. Now any team, to shuffle through, must always have a bloke prepared to act as stop-gap or put through any joke; he needn't be too clever, or too brainy, or too nice; if he's plausible in talking and prepared to take advice, and every team that's like to have some dirty work to be, in starving kids, or dopin' them, oi stopping charity, must have a chap to help 'em out of a mess that's looking 'Holy,' our own Nat- team is luckv, it can always send for Coley. ' Coley came from .Northam, where the grass and whiskers grow, as a member of the House of Fat, got his portfolio in charge of hospitals and gaols, charity, and police and Claremont prison, where it's hard for one to get release ; he played the game of hush-up which is what the grafters like, and wouldn't feed the Lumpers' kids when their daddies were on strike; he played it so as when things got into a mess 'too Holy,' and they wanted a spare Premier, they had to send for Coley. Coley ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Pt. A. R. C Adelaide, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

Pt.A. R.C Adelaide, Saturday. Following are the results of events run at Cheltenham Park to-day: — Trial Stakes, 6£ furlongs.— First Division: Calix 1, Naxberry Star 2, Blankfile 3. Dividend (for £1), £12. Second Division: White Court 1, Woonloona 2, Carl Alwyne 3. Divi dend (for £1), £5/2/-. Franklin Hurdles, about 2i miles. — Lekig 1, Rubble 2, Maldon King 3. Dividend (for £1), £6/1/-. Rosatala Handicap (twoyear olds). 5 furlongsi — First Division: King Ingoda 1, Champion Chief 2, Mooi Moisji 3. Dividend {for £1). £40/17/-. Second dividsion: Pistol Lad 1, Amberoid 2, Brilliant Queen 3. Dividend (for £1), £4/7/-. Davington Steeplechase, about 2£ miles. — Press Through 1, Epietitus 2, St. Simonion 3. Dividend (for £1) £2/16/-. Paddington Handicap, 1 mile 3 furlongs. — Bookatoo 1, Wallash 2, Sir Marco 3. Dividends (for £1), £3/1/-. York Welter, one mile — Falk- land 1, Powder and Patches 2, Mo nopolist 3. Dividend (for £1), £7/10/-. Cheltenham Park Handicap, five furlongs. — Placida ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

FOOTBALL. Secretary. 'Billy' Orr is a busy man these daj'S. He Vi?p his foanHjg full preparing for the toming sea son, which is considered by all to have fine prospects. In. fa£t, ^ifc. only one half of -what is anticipated is realised, then it will be the best even The Australian Camiva* will be held here early in August. Victoria and South Australia will be the visiting teams, and the greatest galaxy of talent that has every appeared in this State will be assembled to battle for the Premier ship of Australia. And let it be said right here, that our m^n — the chaps who will sport the Swan on their jerseys— will be right in the Hun* for final honours. In the past our men have had to travel East, and there to meet their opponents on their own batte ground. For once the advantage will be with the men of the West, and we of the West will surely be present in our tens of thousands to urge our reps. on. Whatever the result may be, good football will be provided by the best exponents in t...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
BOXING CARPENTIER GEORGES CARPENTIER IN "THE WONDER MAN." [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

BOXING CARPENIIBt GEORGES CARPENTIEB ZN 'THE WONDER MAN.' French Champion Expert at Sports. As an AH-rouad Athlete He Is Bight Behind the Record Holder?— Indoor Hobby SingiC£. . Georjjes Carpentier, who w.t! be' seen at the Maiestic Theatre oi» Saturday next, April 23rd, as the gentlemanly hero of ''The Wonder. Man,' a Robertson-Cote production, making his first appearance as a moving ricture actor in Amci«cd, is an all-round athlete as 'veil as heavy, weight boxing champ.cn of Eurote Georges is so s*V oi intervieweis that tW infemviticn co-jld never be extracted from him but his mana ger, Francois Descamps is not av erse to such facts finding their way into newspaper offices. Nay, the volatile little manager, goes further than that — he boasts of the athletic prowess of his prodjgy, produced French sporting records showing that Carpentier as a sprinter is only one-quarter behind th? world's reo» ord for the one hundred yard, dash, and as a pole-vaulter he is only one quarter of an ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
GOODWOOD [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

[?] — o — In pleasant weather the Goodwood Club held a meeting yesterday. The attendance was a good one. Fol lowing are the results: — Second Class Pone. Of 70 sovs.— One mile. Goad and Newman's Faithwaif, Fidelis— Stageboy, 9.0 (Bowler) 1 Wallplate, 8.8 (Morley) ? 2 Fatalist, 8.11 (Green) ? 3 Other starters: Rifle Ball, 92 (Bowles) ; Eucoroo, 9.0 (Cracknell) ; Azure Ray, 8.12 (Barden); True Shot, 8-11 '(Luff); Cantawindy, 8.10 (Bowden); Byway, 8& (Leonard! ; Reproval, 8.5 (Sibbretf; Pingart, 8.3 (Audas); Loyal Guard, 7.10 (Watts) ; Mazacoma, 7.0 (Famell) ; Peramy, 7.5 (Whelan) ; Monastir, 7.0 (Percival); Dandelup, 7-0 -Nor- rie); Son of Super, 7.0 (Mitchell). Dividends (for 10/-) : S.O, £4/16/-/ place, 30/, 56/, 19/. Betting: 3 to 1 agst Fatalist, 7 to 1 Carrawindv, S to 1 Monastir, 10 to 1 Rifle Ball/ Faithwaif, Byway, Pin garL 15 to 1 Eucoroo, Azure Ray, True Shot, Wallplate, Reproval, or Son of Super, 33 to 1 others. Won by half a length, with half a length between secon...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
WlCKEPIN "MAYOR'S" RESIGNATION DEMANDED. Adams Defeated at Poll. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

WICKEPIN 'MAYOR'S' RESIGNATION DEMANDED. Adams Defeated at PolL As forecasted in -this journal last week the Wickepin Roads Board election held on Saturday resulted in Mr. J. H. Adams, the member who was so recently fined for drunkenness at Harrismith, being deteated by 35 votes, the final fig ures being: — Soloman Fisher, 85; J. H. Adams, 50. It is significant that Mr. Soloman Fisher was the chairman of the Bench of Magis trates that fined Edward James Coade, J-P., the Chairman of the Wickepin Roads Board, and his col league Adams, for their drunken and disorderly conduct a few days pre viously, when Coade was found guilty of emulating a Wild West shew in driving a horse through an hotel, and fined f 1 and costs. In his judical capacity, Mr. Fisher delivered a stinging lecture to Coade on the degrading example he set the community in his position of Chief Magistrate of an important town and district- Mr. Fisher's tri umph over Adams at the election is regarded as a sweeping endorse...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Eastern Racing SANDOWN; PARK Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

Eastern Racing ? «J ? SANDOWN; PARK Melbourne, Saturday. The Sandown Park Racing Club held a successful meeting to-day, with the following results: — Handicap Hurdle Race,- of £150, two miles. — Coronatus 1, Sword jstroke 2, Dunupna 3. 9 to 2 agst Coronatus Maiden Plate, of £150, seven fur longs. — Lionel Attwell 1, Theocritus 2, Sea Princess 3. 9 to 4 on Lionel Attwell. Sandown Plate, of £150, six fur longs. — Wedding Morn 1, Lapis La zuli 2, Setebos $- 4 to 1 agst Wed ding Morn. Sandown Park Handicap, of £250. II miles.— Froth and Bubble I, Walk On 2, Sugelo 3. 7 to 4 agst Froth and Bubble. Saudowii Purse, of £150, 6 fur longs.— Agenoria 1, Pasant 2, Steel Prilk 3. Betting: 8 to 1 Agenoria. Jumpers' Flat Race, of £150, 1J ?miles. — Amberise 1, Best Steel 2, Tambellinac 3. 7 to 4 agst Amber ise. . ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMENTS ON GOODWOOD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

COMMENTS ON GOODWOOD RACES. The Goodwood Race Club held a very successful seven-event programme yes terday afternoon, under ideal weather conditions. The attendance and cater ing- was all that could be desired in the the capable bands of Mr. A. Clydes dale, M.L.A., the secretary. The ball was set in motion with the Second Class Plate at 2 p.m., and the only scratching- was Miarnui. Betting opened at fours tbe field, and went to sixes, with Pingarl at the head. Faith waif from sevens to tens, Fatalist sevens to threes, Wallplate from tens to n'f- teens. Byway tens, nonastir at eigths and tens. The race is easily describ ed. Peramy was first to break, fol lowed by Byway, fatalist, and Faith waif. The order was the same to the turn, Faithwaif coming: on won nicely by half a length from WalhTlatc, with Fatalist third. The latter shifted ground a lot in the home run. The Second. Class Plate saw a field*' «r 15 runners. Rouge Bow, Devil's Wing, Renunciation, and Wise Knight being the dcra...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 17 April 1921

Jim Daly (Member Tattersatt's). r Long Odds and Civility. All Events. Doubles a Specialty. Pat Mealy Ail Events TATTEBSALL'S CLUB, PERTH. BELMONT DANCE. On TUESDAY EVENING NEXT the SENTIMENTAL BLOKE will hold a SELECT DANCE in the BELMONiT HALL. Latest Dances and Music. Watch for ads. in future 'Mirrors.''

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