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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

The West Australian Trotting Association (INCORPORATED) Saturday 7th May BENEFIT MEETING— CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL. HELP THE KIDDIES BY ATTENDING. A. R. FLINT. Secretary. FOB GOOD SERVICE. FOB GOOD SERVICE. HOTEL METROPOLE HAT-STREET, PEBTH. UBS. M. E. OOOMBES. . TeL A4309. BRANDED BOTTLES * TO BOTTLE DEALERS and OTHERS. BEGISTEBED BEGISTEBED § ALL BOTTLES j/*-**\ with cither one of its iffa C OtfV Registered Trade Marks \ JT and Brands. ^^ HP ^r TRADE MARK. TRADE MARK. Moulded thereon are the SOLE PROPERTY of The Perth and Premantle Bottle Exchange Coy., Limited. The Company does NOT SELL any such bottles, but supplies them on HIRE to Bre wers and others for the purpose of being filled with ale or stout or other fermented or unfermented liquors, and of being used for one sale or disposition of liquor only. After the contents have been once used the Company is entitled to re-possession of the bottlas, which must forthwith on demand be delivered to such Company or its duly authorised agen...

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

wBmSmBBKB ? Coyle's Gp£rpee Brandy 1 B 'A Grand Beverage' ? ^B U is the appealing flavour and rflc j^H PK unvarying high standard of purity oi ^H U Coyle's Pure Grape Brandy that win ^U BH the instant approval of all who have -^^B jj^H once tried it. ^^m BH Not ouly an excellent beverage, ^K hS Coyle's Brandy is also of undoubted ^H ?K value in the sick-room. Sold at J^B H All Hotels and Licensed Stores ? B /& Wholesale from PHIL COYLE, Barrack St. H ^BHBHHI^BRSBiSHHHBHHBSBlB

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET Results of Last Saturday's W.A.C.A Games. "A" Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

CRICKET — \J ? (By 'Wattle.') Results of Last Saturday's W.A.CJV. Games. 'A' Grade. Claremont, 176, defeated Subiaco, 136, by 40 runs on first innings. East I'ertn, 374, defeated West Perth, 166, by 208 on first innings. Nortn- Perta defeated Midland out rigM- «B» Grade. Q fc. Claremont. S20, defeated Subiaco, i77, by S3 runs on first innings. West Perth, 6 for 263 (declared), defeated East Perth, 104 and 40, by an innings and 119 runs. Performances of Note. 'A' Grade. Batting: L. BOtt (E.P.), 101; A. Evans (E.P.), 85; Renfrey (E.P.), 78; Howard (S.), 36; Hammond (E.P.), 32; Healy (S.), 30. Bowling: Packham (Q.), 6 for 32; Thome (W.P.), 4 for 26. 'B' Grade. Batting: Davies (CL), 104; Meharry (E.P.), 56 not out; McLeod (E.P.), 28; O'Grady -C1.), 37; Ranford -S.), 55. Bowling: Penrose (W.P.], 2 for 14 and 3 for nil; Murphy [W.P.), 6 for 66; Styles (W.P.), 1 for 5 and 6 for 18. The Final Centuries of the Season. Leo Bott, or East Perth 'A,' and Davies, of claremont 'B,' finished up the...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SENIOR MATTING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

SENIOR MATTING ASSOCIATION. Premiership Match— Won by C.Y.M.S. 'Premiers' and 'Champions.' A Season of Unprecedented Success. The Doings of a Great Side. C.Y.M.8. v. Cosmopolitans. The struggle for premiership hon ours in ihe above grade of cricket was commenced on Saturday, April 2nd, and continued on 9th, 16th, and 23rd. April, from which the Society team came out victorious after a season of undefeat ed contests. The interest demonstrat ed in the match was manifested by the large crowd of spectators that lineo. the boundary marks on each day's play, and who livened up proceedings by good-natured, witty barracking.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
OUR LOS ANGELES LETTER THE LATEST FROM MOVIELAND Los Angeles, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

OUR LOS ANGELES LETTER ? n ? THE LATEST FROM M0VIELAN9 ? u— (Exclusive to 'The Mirror.') Los Angeles, February 20. 'The latest to enter the divorce courts here is Marshall Xeilan, one of our best-known producers. Mrs. Xeilan, who was formerly Gertrude liambrick, late of Biograph Com pany, where she appeared under the direction ol u. W. (jrithth; she was; also coupicd up with the Triangle Company. Marshall stands charged with wife desertion since 1915, some two years after his marriage day. The couple have a son aged five. The wife claims the custody of th^ ? child, and a property settlement worth 150.000 dollars. ' This latest sensation was not unexpected by most of us in the business over here. Popular little Betty Compson has signed up with the Famous Players for an extended period to handle 'star' parts. Bettv has just comple ted three features at her own studio, but encountered financial difficulties, which have probably caused her to approach me Famous Flayers. Charles Chaplin ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Subiaco-Leederville v. Claremont. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

Subiaco-Leederville v. Claremont. The flnal match between Subiaco Leederville and Claremont was con cluded on ne Clarciuout oval on Satur day afternoon. The wicket was good, auo?**he weather conditions very fair. Last Saturday Claremout had put up 176, white Subiaco were one wicket down for io — Heiudricks having been caught by Packham off Banks for eight. The not out men, Howard (4) and Healy (nil) opened to the bowling oi Ranks ana Packham. Uealey's dis play was the one bright spot in tne ar ternoou's batting. He was good on both sides of the wicket, and put plenty of power behind his strokes. He was clean boTrted by a well pitched ball from Thompson, 2 — 30 — 52. Robinson fol lowed and stcung together 10, when he was caught ky Gardner off Packham — 3 ? to — 09. Hennah reached the devil's number when€he stepped in front to Packham and went out lbw, 4 ? 13 — 84. Hewson, who followed. was bowled by Davidson. S — 10 — 98. Mudie opened with a four to leg, but ed by Packenham for 27 — ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

4 \& mm* 1 ! jl W.A.Hoey r ^^^Hl^ corner High & : '-^^^B^ Packenham . ~^^^B Street ?TB SlUt-ttStWC* I - tlestite.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

Down or Profiteering Walker & Holmes ARE ONCE AGAIN REDUCING. THE COST OF I IWNG. ALL THKIR BEST QUALITY MEAT DOWN ONE PENNY PER LB. 68 and 60 MARKET-STREET, FREMANTLi:.

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SOCIALIST NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

SOCIALIST NOTES. (By 'H.M.') The general meeting held last Satur day at the Trades Hall was only attend ed by a few or our own members, but there were l'our or five new faces pre sent, and soon after the commencement or ihc meeting we were joined by the Executive Committee of the W.A. Com munist Party. The president and secretary reporter on ihc present state or the Party, and a general discussion followed. Several members strongly deprecated the exist ence of two parties having almost iden tical aims, and in view or the total lack of activity cither in the direction of selling literature or of propaganda n?? general displayed by the Socialist Party, the opinion was expressed that the So cialist Party should be the one to givo way. These ideas' were eventually crystallised in the following resolu* ' lion: — 'That a special meeting be beld on SaturJay, May 7th, to discuss and deal with the following motion, notice of which has been banded in in writing: *£ 'That the Executive Gommitt...

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

X§M0mm On Monday i^b-w&&'$MiB^Wm '- How a-wediiu^-JinAMJMi^rtjiM absurdity of *&m&$Rm&iJa$M that it _were tett&^ti^m^iSm sots of that obscui^e^fTSli origins largely outgrp»n ''said ?& i^ =^ gotten-jhf intrinsic- V MtiffiS^fl ness of the date is worthy ?W'titi&u&^MM sion. .-'---'. ..'tvi.- ? '^^^ff^| those^air^ais of primitive %«fer^ Joik iire a£t lo preserve apff£eft&&J long .centuries after the irtll^ 1 tions of magic lias been Ai^ifaam* TM fore the advatace of kao^^F^^ natural torces and of higher^ con. #3 cepts of Diety. Whe^afrte^^ .^'w --f * ^niuryago-negaiS- ^ edthe jW and^esti^s^l ^ mere celebration of ^ringfone ^he ^ corresponding ritual dances *! an garded-ijy the participators as ma- : t Steal vrocesses which ' actually '1 brought about- the rejuvenation w p re-birth of Nature aftei iflie death of '3 winter. . - - - -??/:?- What has all this to de with Ca- % boar Day? The connection, hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

Pfllladiam Thtf tre 'THE LAST OF THE - MOHICANS.' LARRY SEMON, in 'THE SPORTSMAN,' NOW SHOWING.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

OPPOSITE TOWN HALL. g.fVyeates ~ W.A.OJL, OPTICIAN. ....... 37 BARRACKSTREET, PERTH. Tel. A3620. '?\\ ? '?' - -' -r']}0 TAKE YOU RQ. THE SAVOV B1UIAR0 SAIOON 4 Is the niost-up to-date in Perth. 11 HrsWJlass Alcock Tables. Frank Sparrow and Arthur Thomas, Proprietors.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

a.m. ^rafiMj^pei^ b*Uf$pur, from «.5* * ' rJO»«^^^pp«^^^«aerrH-6n. By f^ritfuvi^— ^iay.iw Meeting. pert* ana Fremiatle. v] ~ . . .' ? _ __ ? Kvcninfl. ???-— *-? ?-. -- ? — ' Grand. — Elsie Ferguson in 'Counter- feit.'-'- o.:- -v.----* JT* ''* ; ^r?noesV#mnanUe^-£«'Duldy.' 8haftesbury.— Regr. Shannon and pic tures. .'-.-. . Majestic, Perth.— Sacred Silence* Majestic, Fremaritle.— -'Love Is Love.' Love.' . . A . ? v- .r '??- . Palladium, Perth.— 'Tlie Happy War rior.'. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

GEORGE VOSS, Hairdrcssing Saloon, Literary Institute Buildings 10 CHAIRS GOING ALL DAY. All Leading Brands Smokers' Requisites Stocked. The Saloon opposite, known as 'Perry's Divan,' is now conducted under the same management. My Motto: Cleanliness, Courtesy, Despatch. ? HAY-STREET, NEAR PIER-STRKET. ? ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

TRY US for anything in the Gramophone and Phonograph line Records Machines Spare Parts and Repairs i Phonograph & Typewriter Co. io CENTRAL ARCADE, PERtf H | ? i Fine Indigo Serge Suit CUT TO YOUR MEASURE. £8-8-0 £8-8-0 THOROUGHLY SHRUNK AND PERFECT FIT. Commercial Tailoring Coy. 794 HAY-STREET, UPSTAIRS (Opp. Zimpel's). N. BLACK, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FISH MERCHANT. We Deliver Fish to any Part of the State. Cour.tr- Orders Promptly Attended To. Fresh Fish Twice Daily. Caterers to al'. the Leading Clubs and Hotels in Perth. 481 WELLINGTON-STREET. . . PERTH CITY MARKETS. 38 MARKET-ST., FREMANTLE. Telephone, A 117-2. Triangle Table Salt PACKED INWA- . -. ? TRIANGLE STANDS FOR QUALITY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

S. WILSON THE LADIES' DRAPER, DRESSMAKER and MILLINER. New Season's Show. Look at the Window. Step Inside. The Prices Are Right. At 191 BEAUFORT-STREET (Near Newcastle-street). LABOR DAY MONDAY, MAY 2, 1921 GORGEOUS PROCESSION TH ROUGH CITY STREETS at 10 a.in SPORTS AT ROYAL SHOW GROUNDS, CLAREMONT. at 12.30 p.m. TROTTING (Three Events). SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. CYCLING. BOXING. PUBLIC SCHOOLS' RELAY RACES. MOTOR CYCLING. Host of Othei Events. Admission by One Shilling Ail Union Ticket. Chancce of Win ning Cash Prizes: £Jy, £20, £10. PERCY, J. TRAINER, Secretary, Trades Hall, Perth.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

r ^-FTHE A WONDERFUL PICTURE of the 1 BEAUTIFUL STORY at PALLADIUM* | /££i\ SHORTLY. ^ffifjff ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

[X-ACH and MOTOR BODY BUILDER. GENERAL BLACKSMITH. H. H. FOLUNGTON. Corner ADELAIDE and QUEEN VICTORIA STS., FREMANTLE. STRAIGHT! ', BILL & JACK REEVES (25 YEARS IN KALGOORLJE). At PHIL ALFORD'S, Next NEWCASTLE CLUB HOTEL. FREMANTLE. S.O., AU Events, or Doubles PADDY MURRAY THE MAN OF RENOWN. DINING and TEAROOMS, 110 IUGH-ST., FREMANTLE. The Best Place in Fremanlle ror Ices, Spiders, and all Soft Drinks. Try 'RENOWN' Tea, 1/- per 11). HOTEL FREMANTLE A Popular House for Residence and Refreshments. BILLY BOULTER, The Cheery Proprietor. LET'S GO ROUND TO 'THE CLEO' CLEOPATRA HOTEL, HIGH-STREET, FREMANTLE. Georgs Boyle. Swan Ale. J. D. EWING BUTCHER, STEPHEN-ST., FREMANTLE. 'Phone B492. NATIONAL HOTEL FREMANTLE. M. MULCAHY, Proprietor. HAVE A SPOT? LET'S GO DOWN TO FREEMASONS' HOTEL, SOUTH-TERRACE, FREMANTLE. Swan Beer & Other Dinkum Drinks. CHARLIE ROBINSON, Proprietor^ TERMINUS HOTEL™ PACKENHAM-ST., FREMANTLE. SWAN BEER. Good Service and Residence. TOM STACK, Propriet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

ESSEX-STREET, FREMANTLE. JACK STACK AT THE HELM. ESPLANADE HOTEL FREMANTLE. Proprietress: Mrs. KELLY. (Late of the Grand Central, Perth). BEST SPIRITS STOCKED. SWAN BEER ONLY. 'Geraldi' Macaroni Co. 55 ESSEX-ST., FREMANTLE. We Manufacture High-Class MACARONI and VERMICELLI, And Guarantee the Purity and Nutritious Qualities or Our Goods. FOR GOOD BREAD. C. M. REGAN BAKER, EAST FREMANTLE. At the Criterion Hotel, Hay street. — Swan Beer at its best. Reg Hs--*pon. proprietor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 1 May 1921

A ROSE ALWATS IN BLOOM! ROSE HOTEL ' NORTH FREMANTLE. JACK QUINN. HOST. THE BEST OF EVERTHING. HERE5 VDUR~,T5~1| GbRI^GEr I PERTH TWanvcunc1 I \C II nratnaat tK Perth aoiodLCTBWwre -THE OTHER CHAP roUtf . - - ? ? — ?? g /I I I ^l^--i3i&^1F^I Bfetf^H Motor MjIOOI ^^^l^^^^m^ C&l INSTRUCTION

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