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NORTH PERTH v. MIDLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

NORTH PERTH *. MIDLAND. No details of this game are yet to hand, but from information received I understand that IVorth Perth netted in Tull points. Premiership Scoring Lists. 'A' Grade. Won Won Club Pld. 1st inns, outrigt. pts. Claremont .10 3 4 18 Subiaco . . 10 3 4 ig N. Perth . . 10 5 2 16 E. Perth . . 10 3 3 15 W. Perth . . 10 2 l 7 Midland .'. 1\- — — ? 'B' Grade. Won Won Club Pld. 1st inns, outrigt. Pts. W. Perth . . 10 8 5 si N. Perth . . 10 2 5 19 Subiaco . . 10 3 4 ig Claremont .10 2 2 10 E. Perth . . iO i a 8 Midland . . 10 — 1 3 ? O ? .

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ENGLISH TEAM'S TOUR. Receipts from the Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

ENGLISH TEAM'S TOUR. Receipts from the Matches* — u — Although no official announce ment has been made by the Board of Control about the financial re sult of the visit of the English cric ket team, it is understood that the visitors made a profit of between £7,000 and £8,000. The terms under which the first class matches were played in Aus tralia were that the Marylebone cricket club was guaranteed £15, 000 to cover all expenses. Of the gate receipts the English team took half the fees for admittance to the ground, the grandstand receipts went to the State Association, in addition io its half of the ground receipts. The English team's share was thus between £22,000 and £23, 000, out of which the team's expen ses had to be paid. The amount to be divided between the various Australian associations and the Board of Control will be consider ably greater. It is estimated that the Victorian Cricket Association profits on the international and in terstate -.Matches for the past sea son wil...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
"B" GRADE. WEST PERTH v. EAST PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

'B' GRADE. WEST PERTH v. EAST PERTH. West Perth, who clo=cd the previous week at six for 263, had little diffi culty in Dieting up the full points, the Easterners failing on notb occasions. Geo. Meharry was the 'sole survivor' of East Perth, and remained not out The consistent Hughie McLeod got 38 berore he was brilliantly caught by E. Smith, who had to run a considerable distance to get to the ball. West Perth bowlers naturally reaped a great har vest or wickets. Penrose (two for 14 and three for none). Murphy , a Rhodes scholar (six for 66 and one for 18), Styles (one for five and six for 18]. Styles (oae Tor five and six for 18). Congratulations to West Perth B's on succession. They are undoubtedly a good side, aad some of their members are certainly out of their, class, and should and their place In 'A' Grade teams. F. W. Clark, Roy Clark, Jimmy Styles, and Penrose have been very consistent performers ri^ht througout the season, and both had a big -say in winning the 1921 premie...

Publication Title: Mirror
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CLAREMONT v. SUBIACO. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

CLAREMONT v. SUBIACO. ' With i77 on the board and having bagged three Caremont wickets Tor 25, it certainly appeared as if Subiaco had the odds in their ravour, but the 'glori- ous uncertainty or cricket' was once more to the fore. Claremont, thanks mainly to a fine breezy effort on n» part of Davies, ?who scored 104 in fine fashion, and useful knocks of 37 from O'Grady, 21 from Carey, 15 from Ser isier, and ten from Jacobson, the score was carried to 220. Davies' innings was easily the best Tie has played. He tit hard and often, and greneraUy con nected fairly with the tall, as 'is evi denced by ihe fact that he hit a num bers of 'liners' and fours. At a r-econd knock Subiaco got 4 ? 108. Ranford. the left-hand trundler made 55 of these.

Publication Title: Mirror
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

jNo Mistake! II , At the Criterion Hotel, Hay street — Swan Beer at its best. Reg. Harrison, proprietor. GARRY STACK'S SAVOY CAFE (Downstairs). NEXT* METROPOLE HOTEL, HAY-STREET. STILL THE PREMIER TOBACCONIST (Wholesale and Retail). J. GLZESON. . 657 HAY-STREET, 63 BARRACK-STREET, 247 WILLIAM-STREET, PERTH. Agent tor QUEENSLAND'S 'GOLDEN CASKET ART UNIONS. J. OLEBSON. .' BIGHT ON YOUR WAT! PAUSE and CALL ; ' At HABBY SHAW'S Australia Hotel WHERE YOU CAN ENJOY A POT OR SPOT. REDUCE LIVING COSTS By Dealing With J.SPIGL jFor Tobacco, Cigarettes, cigars. Toys, Fancy Goods... Stationery, Jewellery, Watches, and totner Articles Repaired and Guarantee Given. Shaving 6d., Hfiircutting 1/-. Dacfc or^lignt Mixture Pipe Tobacco, :-6d. per 'oz. * Flake Got, Light or Dark, 6d. oz. 405 WELLINGTON-STREET, 778 HAY-STREET -(Opposite Foy and Gibson). Country Oreders receive special at-, tentton. - THE CARLTON THE COSY GORNER HOTEL. GODERICtt-ST., EAST. PERTH. THE STOCKS ARE GOOD-OH! JACK GREEN, Propr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

*H IS iVL A J ESTY S j . c. wiliamSon ltd. TO-MORROW NIGHT AND THE TWO FOLLOWING NIGHTS. J. C WILLIAMSON'S GREAT; ATTRACTION.' BABY BUNTING The whole town's gone crazy over the kid. Everybody is sim ply scrambling for seats to get a look at Bunny Bunting^ young ster. NEXT PRODUCTION ? , ? 'GOING UP.' ON THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NEXT. Box Plans at Nicholson's. PRICES: 7/G, 5/-, 2/6, 1/6. HORTON'S PIERRETTE - PIERROT PIANO COY. AN ENTIRELY NEW PROGRAMME. -?-' ? at '? . ST. GEORGE'S HALL EVERY EVENING AT 8. A BRIGHT, BREEZY SHOW. Box Plan Ferndale Rosery, Royal Arcade. ^^hjjjl^^HHi '^^r^-= ^^^^Ba ** M^BI l^rt 08 rdc&sc cscfa other. i^ , - *w^^9^^^B^^~^^^^^^^^B^^^^x9ul Vou tske half tny fortunr, 'hm ^ It's a Paramount Roy alty Masterpiece. Showing at the GRAND THEATRE for OI\'E WEEK, commencing May 2St'a. Another wonderful Ce cii De Miile Production. Remem ber the others by this artist.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

HOTEL KALGOORLIE Corner LORD and .WELLINGTON STS. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION. Wines and Spirits True to Label. F. HINDS, Proprietor. The Cleanest and Cosiest Shave at IvES ELLIS' The Grand Saloon and Smokers' Depot. MURRAY-STREET, PERTH. Where the Tender Steaks and . Prifha . Joints Are: X T. MELLEN NEDLANDS. CASH BUTCHER. TRY OS. CITY HOTEL CORNER KING and MURRAY STREETS. MUST CLASS ACCOMMODATION AND LIQUORS. -* ? * Telephone A4094.

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Films, Footlights, Plays and Players. THEATRICALISMS [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

pfeis; pootlignts, Plays sma Ma-ytswi :pS?« ^7vv:'.-f- ??;?? ..? ;;;.; .. \ ?:?-?'** ? i..............,.:^.'. ? _.„ ' ' ' -: '''??' :'*5- ^ r'f! Utility «anmwM^«iiH«iii«iii«iiiiiiiiiHiMiiaiaiiiiaimi^ THEATRICALISMS | -Bg 'Altai'*) 'Kate Hcward.is in town. - The phenomenally successful avia» tion musical play 'Going Up' wit! ? follow 'Baby Bunting' at His Ma jesty*s. Beryl Scott will rejoin her favour ite bunch. Perhaps tte bunch are -better known to the pablic as the ' 'Humphrey Bishop Company. Les Gone/ is always at home when dealing with matters in connection with- the Actors' Federation. Les is the local representative of the Fe defatidri. One of the youngest acts that have -donned' the 'pa.'nts' in this city; is Webber and Shaw, who open ed, at the Stirling-streit Theatre on Friday evening. The Humphrey Bishop Company, after a .very successful season, have their gland farewell night at Olym pia next Tuesday night. A pro gramme fof par excellence is promis ed! .' ???.??' ? ? ' ? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

CENTRAL HOTEL PERTH. ^ Right Opposite Railway Station. DANIEL MULCAHY, Proprietor. CHAS. E. GOSDEN, Manager. BOOTS AND SHOES. BACK TO PRE-WAR PRICES. CALL AND LET ME PROVE IT. You Can't Get a Better Repair thau E. RETCHFORD EIGHTH-AVENUE, MAYLANDS. THE BEST MEAT FROM W. fe. TURNER Opp. Station, MAYLANDS. Country Orders Promptly Filled. Send Cash or P.N. with Order. SAUSAGES OUR MASTERPIECE Cash Bonus Cheques Accepted. 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. For Good Blacksmith and Plumbing Work. J. BLYTHE GUILDFORD-ROAD, MAYLANDS, Near Seventh-Avenue. Baths, Tanks, Windmills. Stoves Repaired. Bought or Sold.

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Gardening notes. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

Gardening notes. The various seedlings sown in March will be now growing rapidly and shuld be carefully tended. H too thick, thin out or transplant into boxes. Sturdy plants can only be grown by affording them space, ngui. iuxu air, wiiiie laey are young. As soon as large enough to trans plant, they should be put out in , their permanent quarters. Pansies, Stocks, and Cinerarias should be also planted out without delay. May is the best month to plant Roses, though Jthey may be put in any time dp to August. This is the time to order any roses required to fill up vacancies or to make new beds. Carnation Plants also should not be planted if rot already in. They do much better planted in the Autumn than later and better quality plants can be sjpplied. This is the month to order Violets end re make old beds. Planted now, they become established at once. Pelar goniums, Pentstemons, and Peren nial Phlox, of which there are such wonderfully improved varieties, may now also be planted, but t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

OLVMPIA T8EWM Direction . Jack Bursey Enterprises.; . FAREWELL. FAREWELL. - . FAREWELL. FAKEWJSLl,/ EAREWELL. FAREWELL. ? - ? To . THE HUMPHREY BISHOP ; THE HUMPHREY BISHOP * Comedy and Operatic Company. ? Positively Only. . ; ,...-_ '-?? TWO MORE NIGHTS. : TWO MORE NIGHTS. MONSTER FAREWELL NIGHT. -^ MONSTER FAREWELL NIGHT. TUESDAY NEXT, 'MAY 3h TUESDAY NEXT, fitAY 3). TUESDAY NEXT, -{MAY 3), . 'At :'?'-'; .;? -. ' ' . MELaOSE THEATBS. \ Complete Change of Progranime REMEMBER REMEMBER The Grand FarawfeU Night, TUESDAY. TUESDAY. Plans now open at Nicholson's, and rapidly filling. King A1853 for Late; Theatre Booking: . '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

'THS SILENT AVENGER,' The Fincbt Serial Yet Shown in the West. Ftatuiiiiy William Duncan and Edith Johnston. Viola Dana in the 'CHORUS GIRL'S ROMANCE.' Marie Walcamp in Ttmse Cow b-jy Drauva, 'TEMPSST CODY'S MAN HUNT.' WEDNESDAY. | 'SHIPWRECKED AMONG i CANNIBALS.' 0.000 Tec i of Sensation and Thrills. te to PflVfflOl TMMtK * to i ? THE ? Grand fe to : i NOW SHOWING: ^ THE SHADOW OF ROSALINE BYRiNES.' ^*' Featuring Elaine liainmcnstcin. ^'IN MISSOURI.' -^ * Robert Warwick. WEDNESDAY. ^ Dorothy Gish in 'LITTLE MISS REBELLION,' ^ And Gladys Walton in 'RICH GIRL, POOR GIRL. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

Jdch Stronach, THE Tailor CENTRAL ARCADE, PERTH. A Most SUITable Man.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

Direction: J. C. Williamson Films. Jifanager: ? Jack Watts. WEDNESDAY NEXT i Thri&s by the Thousand. TOM MIX , in 'JRough-Ridin^ v Romance' A Wfld W«sf Drama «f a strong - man- fight for love.

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SPORTING BOXING Armilage-Price Bout. A LIVELY SCRAP. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

PORTING _ BOXING Anlligi-Prite Mil A MVElS'sCBAP. ' The much-talkedrof scrap between 'Skeeter' Armitage and 'Nugget' —Price took place on Wednesday night at His Majesty's Theatre, be fore a good attendance. 'Nugget' scaled 13st, and 'Skeeter' was 181b. lighter. Toe bout was 01 snon duration. Paddy Basto was third man in the ring. Commencing with a straight left, 'Skeete*' brought the rfaret from 'Nugget's' nose. 'Nug- get' then wadedi in with right and left, which caused 'Skester' to take the count three times in the open ing round. Round two saw the finish, for no sooner did the gong bang, and so did 'Nugget,' and that 'was the end of 'Skeeter;' who sat in ?the comer to lake the final count, '?'much to the disgust of the crowd, and to the joy of 'Nugget,' who jumped with delight, and whose friends crowded into the ring to con gratulate b'vm. Thir match was supposed to be for the love of a fair lady, but we have not seen either 'Skeeter' cr 'Nugget' with her _,since the scrap. . The...

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HARRY STONE STILL LIGHT-WEIGHT CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

HABBY STONE STILL I2GHT „ WEIGHT CHAMPION. At the Melbourne Stadium on Sat urday night iast, Harry Stone (9.7&1 successfully defended the title of lightweight champion of Australia against Llew Edwards (9.7). The first five rounds were in favour of .^Edwards, who attacked throughout. Edwards was, however, subsequent ly outgeneraUed. Commencing the final round a blow to Edwards' eye, which was opened in 'the sixth round, evidently broke a small vein, for a thin stream of -blood was » spurting out a foot from his face. ***Both men stood toe to toe and fought what was probably the most vigorous finish ever seen at the Sta dium. When the final bell rang the referee immediately indicated Stone as the winner amidst a burn ; cane of applause, wliidi was never theless exceeded by an overwhelm ing reception which was accorded Edwards as he left the ring. His fight was one of remarkable pluck.

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McGarthy Declared Victor Over Jamito Twenty Bard Fought Bounds. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

McCarthy Declared Victor Over Jamitc Twenty Hard Fought Bounds. Jamito, the Filipino lightweight, made his first appearance in the ring in Melbourne on Saturday night, April 9th, when he met Bert McCarthy, champion feather «^ght of Victoria, in a 20-round JSStest at the Stadium. When Jamito arrived in Mel bourne five days before the contest he weighed 9st. 91b., and had) to reduce himself to 9st. 4Ib. or under. He was trained by Shima, the jn Jitsu champion, and entered) the ring at 9st. 2ilb. McCarthy was trained by Alf. Boydand weighed 9st. lilb. *-» Jamito is solid and thick-set, and was seconded by George Bafllieu ^fiiis manager), and Shima McCarthy lookel fragile compared to his oppo nent. He was seconded' by Alf. Boyd and Dodger Ryan. 'Val. Quirk refereed. . Jamito acted aggressively from «*he start. McCarthy fought bade spiritedly, and good rallies ensued, and when the gong sounded there was little to choose between them. Jamito did not show to advan tage in outfighting. He w...

Publication Title: Mirror
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BILLIARDS George Gray Coming Home. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

BILLIARDS George Gray Coming Home. A Melbourne friend informs me that George Gray intends returning to Australia from the East shortly During his trip through the outly ing Eastern dominions he did not recover his lost form as he anxious ly hoped, and felt that it would be no use tarnishing the great record he made in England by showing there unless in quite his old form. Everyone will condole with George in his loss. It is most inexplicable and must harass (hat young man considerably. To have made world's records week after week, and then be hardly able 'to hit a ball,' as in billiard parlance, is most mystify ing for one who has met with no mishap end seemingly appears to be in good health. It again proves the necessity of making your hay while the sun shines, and the going is good. — ('Snooker.') Fred Lindrum is due shortly in these parts. Fred is practically a product of this State. - What a great family of cue wielders the Lindram's are. Walter j^indrum, Fred's, youngest brothe...

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T.T.T. TURF & TROTTING TATTLE, [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

'T. '' T. T. TURF & TROTTING TATTLE. ^^P^|*-''1faiP(B is back from India. |||i|jfprfey may go to England next |OW!iat priee Henry Clay in Jump |§snp:--n»tt ' ' ' '^ ffiglt Wall will win again over the p:U Miratga wffl be hard to beat in a ??^^NSfc' Towtoa's luck is dead out; ,^ botiji Noupikissed and Spearhit ran -^fourth last Saturday. ^ ;^r.\ ? - — o— |\ 'ii^GBd Warambie, backed for good -^j$mtpf in the Hurdles* but was ,^p&*r'in the hunt. ... y^ George Leonard did not go East. 33^ He is doing good work down at $-$£&£& Beach. ^ .' Kemsary picked the wrong day. ^ *Wcw.n Wi :- H. Baker tas a fine combination f b^, Miss Solo and young Tully. ^ :^itonitrix put up a fine perform t. '?-.. ance in refining fourth with 9.13 up. ; , Good thing to foHow this. - Did you get Wally l;fting BlurOlo V along? Your luck sticks to you, gS ^Alex. Clydesdale has a bean feast ?L ~ sn store for Monday, June 6th.t at Belmont, and the following Satur ' day, June 11th, at G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

Jim Daly (Member Tattersall's) . Long Odds and Civility. All Events. Doubles a Specialty. J. BALFOUR COMMISSION AGENT, MABKET-STBEET, FBEMAHTLE. I Communicate With Hobart. Patlaly All Events TATTEBSALL'S OLUB, PEBTH. IMPERIAL HOTEL A. LEADING CITY HOUSE. Close to Station. EVERYTHING RIGHT UP-TO-DATE. WBLUNGTON-STHEET, PERTH.* i. MOYLAJC.

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