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Soccer LEAGUE CUP COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

soccer LEAGUE CUP COMPETITION. T':-- Hr-ii i-iiuiid --l' the abov-- romiM' :i!-on ritin!!H'ii«T-d to-day. Hatn in!er ici-^d wild fli-» {j-aiin* al (tir Esplanade lo some evi-'nt. Final resuit: — I'eri'i ri;y I ;iiiii! ? 5 I'repi.-i.iiU1 Caledo;;:an- . . . . -il iJoalks-.-ker-f: Xesliil 3. C. 'j-.»rdon I, j. Warden 1. GAMES AT WELLINGTON SQUARE. Thistle (3) beat Hangers United (1;. Perth (2) oeat Casuals (i). GAME AT CLAREMONT. -:iaremoiif C-) beat Training Coi Ww mil).

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Famous Woman Explorer COMES TO WRITE ABOUT AUSTRALIA. Looking for Unexplored Spots. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

Famous Woman Explorer GOMES TO WEITE ABOUT AUSTRALIA. g — ?*— w Looking for Unexplored Spats. One of the most travelled women in the world, Mrs. Charlotte Came ron, arrived in Sydney by the Sono ?«ma two weeks ago, in search of new fields, for practically every other part of the world is known to her. ' She is one of the five women Fel lrvroc /if tVi*» fiAr«rraiVhlcal Sorietv. She lias travelled 22,000 miles in Africa, 20,000 in South America, 10 000 in Alaska, and knows most or the civilised world. | She has written books on the 'unknown' regions she has visited, many of them never seen before by a white woman. Her daring and ipourage proved of great value to the British nation, for, while in the German possessions in Africa, she. witnessed and heard of diabolical atrocities, which later on when, when war broke out. she revealed to the Government. At its request she used this as the subject matter of her propagandist lectures in Great Bri tain and in America. For what she had done ...

Publication Title: Mirror
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

Left to Right: Chemise Perfecttion. A Chic Design. Two 'Nighiies.- ^

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Momentous Modes [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

Momentous Modes *£ ~ Mid-Victorian.— Even more de lightful is the little mid-Victorian lady, Dolly Varden hat, and mittens . all complete, who stands high in an immense ruffled1 crinoline. When you have duly admired her, you lift her gently and discover that she is a tea-cosy. ' ? v» ? AH Silkxand Lace.— 'Hankies' are to be all silk and lace, which makes them very dainty to drop in a ball room, but not to be depended on. Wise people will tuck a real utility riinky up their sleeves when they go dancing, and pin the pretty one to their sash. More Elaborate handbags grow more and more elaborate, until the bag stores fairly glitter. One very Soft and Pretty: A Medal lion Cap. latest race-bag is made of silver grey curled feathers to a dark tor toise-shell handle, almost hidden in the curling fluff. It is as sweet and ineffective as a baby poodle. High Hair Combs.— Far and away the most graceful note in present fashions is the high Spanish hair combs, just on their way to Austra lia by m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

WARNING? Dear Sir, It has just, come to our knowledge that a Composition called ? is being supplied to yoni- Government where 'TAYLOBITE ' is specified, and we are reliably informed that some hundreds of tins have been so supplied to your department. This so-called ? (put np by a Perth Firm) IS NOT 'TAYLORITE' and in no *uy connected with us ; and we would thank yon to notify your various Store men accordingly. We are seeking farther information with a view of prosecution ; and if yon could supply us with any evidence we would be mach obliged. Yours faithfully, TAYLOR & KENNIWBLL. The Controller of Stoees, Midland Junction. GEORGE VOSS, Hairdressing Saloon, Literary Institute Buildings 10 CHAI.RS GOING ALL DAY. . All Leading Brands Smokers' Re quisites Stocked. The Saloon opposite, known as 'Perry's Divan,' is now conducted under the same management. My Motto: Cleanliness. Courtesy, Despatch. ? HAY-STREET, NE AR PIER-STREET. ? Triangle Table Salt PACKED IN W.A. TRIANGLE STAN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

For Seeds, Plants, and Flowers, I tow, That you'll find the finest on earth. Call or Write Dawson, Harrison now, Their Shop is in Barrack-street, Perth. i ? 1 For a Good Price and Quick Sale Send Your Goods to GILL ? DONLEY Auctioneers and Property Agents. 129 MURRAY-STREET ? -Vext Bon Marche). FOR BEST JOINTS AND GUTS Try P. H. JAMES Family Butcher, 51 CLMSEBROOK ROAD. EAST PERTH. Call or Bins Tel. AS025.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

%'?*;..' OPPOSITE TOWN HALL. OPTICIAN. 37 BARRACK-STREET, PERTH. Tel. A3620. J.J. BENDON sum stores, ?igl si., Frenoitle

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Gardening Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

Gardening 1 Dotes. N ; Climbing Perle des Jardins is tbe oitty good yellow climber giving show blooms, and which can always be re lied on. It Is a medium strong dim-' ? ber, witb good foliage not affected by mildew or black spot. Tbougto not carrying so large a quantity or flow ers -at a time as Marechel 'Kiel, it blooms several times in the year. The flowers are of a golden yellow colour, and strongly perfumed. Plants doing well on poor sandy soil, though the variety prefers the deep, ricb loams Marechal Kiel, un-ii?r conditions which suit its peculiarities, is truly a zior tous rose, growing vigorously . wim vivid shiny jireen foliage ana an abun dance of ufooias or tne most brilliant yellow. UnfoHuintnly tae flowers are borne on snort a.ems, and Hang Uie!r heads. This aoes hot matter so much If the plant is trailed along lire front of a verauddb or High agilnst a wall though it lessons their value for cul Hng. William X'lsn Ri^nardwn Is a -iseful climber, in the apriajr :i carrie...

Publication Title: Mirror
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Men and Memories THE WHEEL [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

,.*?????*???»«??«»? .««??????.»???????«???? ????????????????.????????????????????????????????». I Men and Memories I ? s ^ THE WHEEL -§-* Hon. Phil. Collier lias been taking a glimpse at his electorate. Sir Talbot Hobbs has be&n on a flying visit to the Goldfields. ? ^ ? Mr. W. C. Robinson, 'District Rail way Superintendent at Bunbury, has returned from New Zealand. Chief Traffic Manager Lord and Existing Lines Engineer Creswell are back from the East, where they have been attending a conference of big railway heads. By '248 votes to 31 the House of Commons agreed en Tuesday even ing to grant to Mr James \V. Low ther (the ex-Speaker) a pension of £4000 a year. How mute may a speaker become ! Sir Joynton Smith, the editorpro prietor of the well-known Sydney newspaper 'Smith's Weekly,' pass ed through Fremsntle en route to Europe by the R.M.S. Morea. Mr. G^.aid Hartrey v.ill deliver an address at 8.30 on this Sunday night, at the meeting of the Pe'.er Lalor branch of the SelfD...

Publication Title: Mirror
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

SAFE, QUICK, ENJOYABLE MOTOR RIDING. PHIL RYAN, ASK FOR G.P.O. MOTOR RANK. Tel. A3488. Garage Tel. A1927. Get a Car from Phil. Ryan. - The ARCADE STUDIOS ( Established 20 Years). 'The Picture Framers. Photographers. And Photo Enlargers of tbe West.' CENTRAL ARCADE. PERTH F. W. Swaine. Proprietor. (Opp. Railway StatlonV The Cleanest and Cosiest Shave at LES ELLIS' The Grand Saloon and Smokers' Depot. MURRAY-STREET, PERTH. Where the Tender Steaks and Prime Joints Are: J. T. MELLEN NEDLANDS. CASH BUTCHER. TRY US. When you have read 'The Mir ror' please don't destroy it. Mail it to a friend in the country, who will :njoy it.

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And Eve Said Unto Adam [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

! And Eve Said Unto Adam j Back from Java— Lady Wit fenoom. The Bishop of Kalgoorlie and Mie. Elsey are holidaying at Busselton. Visiting Rev. and Mrs. P. U. Henn. of Guildford, is Mr. A. U. Henn, of Bunbury. L— o— Returned from N.Z., via trans train, Mr. and Mrs; R. O. Law. of Colin-street. Recent north-bound passengcisr Mr. McLeod, of Caraan-on, Mr. Mac kay, and Mrs. T. Villiers. Mrs. C. Honman is leaving shortly * to settle in Melbourne, where her husband has preceded her. She: Does my frock suit you? He: Right down to the ground! Returned from the Eastern States are Mr. an-i Mrs. W. M'Ken zie Grant, of Newmarrakarra. *' The ceremony of the appointment of Rev. R. H. Moore, as Archdeacon of Northam, took place on Fri lay evening. After their long holiday in the South-West, Mrs. J. W. Vivian arid her daughters are now home again at Inglewood. Bruce Bairnsfather, the inimitable, has found 'the better half.' He is to marry a charming widow, liou. Mrs. Michael Scott. Admiral Sir Percy...

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THE WEEK'S FEATURE AMUSEMENTS SATURDAY TO TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

? TIE ? ?' WEEK'S FEATURE AMUSEMENTS SATURDAY TO TUESDAY. Majestic— 'The World and Its Women,' starring Geraldine Farrar. Grand;— 'Tie Prince Chap,' starring Thomas Meighan. Pavilion. — 'Diamonds Adrift,' starring Earl Williams. Palladium.— 'The Story of the Rosary.' WEDNESDAY TO FRIDAY. Majestic. — 'Shod with Fire,' starring William RusselL Grand. — 'The Prince Chap,' starring Thomas Meighan. Pavilion.— 'The Story, of the Rosary.' AT FR£MANTL£ SATURDAY TO TUESDAY. Majestic— 'Rough Riding Romance,' starring Tom Mix. Princess.— 'The Last of the Mohicans.' Palladium. — 'Littls Miss Rebellion' and 'Rich Girl, Poor Girl.' WEDNESDAY TO FRIDAY. Majestic j— 'The World and It's Women,' starring Geraldine Farrar. Princess. — 'Shipwrecked Among Cannibals.' Palladium— 'The Spite Bride, ' starring Olive Thomas, and 'The White 'Circle.' THE STAGE. St. George's Hall. — Geo. Horton's Pierrot Company. His Majesty's Theatre.r-The J. C. Williamson Musical Comedy Com pany, in 'High Jinks' and 'So Long...

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The "Joy Boys" Converse. ANENT THEIR FUTURE DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

The joy Boys' converse. EDUIE WEST. STAN T1LTON. ANENT THEIR FUTURE DOINGS. During the week we heard that the popular 'Joy Boys' — Tilton and West—who are at present concluding a most successful run at the Shaftes bury Theatre, were preparing to pack up their valuables in search ol a fresh set of vaudeville patrons, and knowing the popularity these boys enjoy, we decided to have a farewell chat with them through these col umns. We can justly claim these boys as hailing from 'our' city, as their place of residence, before the irresistible 'footlights' galled them, was Perth. They were both mmu bers of the Young Australia League Touring Party, which left here some years back to undertake an exten sive oversea tour. It was then that heir Bohemian talents were first publicly recognised. In private life the 'Joy Boys''' are two of the finest citizens one could possibly wish to meet. Both are enjoying a happy marrie'l life. They were busily rehearsing their routine for their farewell week...

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"B" Grade [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

'B'' Grade ? East Fremantle v. C.Y Ml S First Ouartor: E. Frcmanljc, 1.7 c.Y. M.S., nil. Second Quarter: e. Fremantle, s.io C.Y. M.S., 1 .1. Third Quarter: E. FiemauHe, j i« C.V.M.sj., 2.1. Fourth Quarter : E. Fremautle, a. 15;

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CAPTAINS ALL [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

CAPTAINS All EAST FREHIANTLE: W. TRUSCOTT. EAST PERTH: C. McKENZIE. SUBIACO: H. BUSHELL. PERTH: W. STOOKE. WEST PERTH: T. SOUTAR. SOUTH FREMANTLE: T. CAIN.

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FOOTBALL THE KING OF AUSTRALIAN OUTDOOR GAMES THE SEASON OPENS SATURDAY'S MATCHES THE BOUNCE OF THE BALL—KING FOOTBALL AGAIN SUPREME—JUPITER PLUVIUS IN A NASTY MOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

P^P^'. ^^^^ , '^^^^ ^^^^ M^^fc ^k - | I THE KING OF AUSTRALIAN OUTDOOR GAMES j THE SEASON OPENS ~~' SATURDAY'S MATCHES ('The Mirror's' Special Reports) THE 'BOUNCE OF THE BALL — KING FOOTBALL AGAIN SUPREME JUPITER PLUVIU8 IN A NASTY MOOD. East Perth. 5.5, 35 points, defeated East Frcmantle, 3.6. 24 points, at Perth Oval. Pertht ii.io.leo points, defeated Su bitco. 3.8. SC points, at Subiaco. South Fremautle. t-. Mi. 58 points, de feated West Perth. 6.6. 41 points. With dull threatening- skies over bead, tue initial games of the season PERTH v. SUBIACO. At Subiaco. Umpire: Richard . son. *' Perth was represented by Uren, Hewson, Hewby,. Gaynor,. Rowe, '? Shaddock, Menzies, Evans, Love, McOmish, Stook (capt.), Silver stone, Watts [2], Hoft, Langlands, and Corscr. .Subiaco fielded Baheu, Howson, Kelly, Slattery, Sexton, Browne, Bushel (capt.), Steek, Ford, Green, Laing, Godber, Skully, Raphael, f Outridge, Preedy, Rawlings, Rodri guez. , Tie game was started well on time. Umpire Richar...

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WHERE TO GO ON SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

UfkERE TOfiOON 8UNMY. Canoing Bridge and ftpplecrou. — By Terry boats leaving: Barrack-street Jetty at 9.15, 10.30, 11, 11.30 a.m., 12.30, 1 30, 2.30, 3, 3.30, 4, 5.30, 7, 8, 10.15 I-.m. Ben. Jones' Picnic \-;ius leaves Fremantlc 10.30 a.m. ftottnost. — Boat leaves Perth 10 a.m. Point Walter. — Boat leaves Pcrtn 10 a.m. Trains every hair hour, rrom 9.55 a.m. to 1.55 p.m., tnence quarter hourly from Fremantle. Th« Zoo. — Open all the afternoou. By ferry from Barrack-street. Government (Gardens. — McMulioii's Band. Evening. Grand. — Uorolriy Dallou in 'Tin hark Mirror.' Princess, Fremantle. — 'WUs v Wits.' - Shaftesbury. — rail Urciti-slra and Picture!-. ? Mapestic, Perth. — Evelyn K---oit in 'Thou Shalt !*iol.' Majestic, Framarule. — 'The Winning Mroki.'.' Palladium. Perth. — pii\-- Tlioina~ in 'Prudence on Boardway.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

Y-M.' -..\\ SKK THE 1'UOTrJALL HESI'I.T- GEORGE ROSS Tin: simut.-' iiaiklikksskk. (\c\i Kina-'s TlK-alrc. Soulh Terrace. I'UEMAMLK. -:all and nave a Chat on Sport. Fine Indigo Serge Suit GUT TO YOUR MEASURE. £8-8-0 £8-8-0 THOROUGHLY SHRUNK AND PERFECT FIT. Commercial Tail grin g Coy. 794 HAY-STREET, UPSTAIRS (Opp. Zimpd's). N. BLACK, r WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FISH MERCHANT. We Deliver Fish to any Part of the State. -;-:iiiilr- Orders Promptly Attended To. Fresh Fish Twice Daily. Caterers to all tlie ^Leading Clubs and Hotels in Perth. 481 WELLINGTON^TREET. . . PERTH CITY MARKETS 38 MARKET-ST., FREMANTLE. Telephone, A1172. (CIT (JIT THIS COCPOA). How WiH They finish ? Can You Place Them? WHO WILL WIN THE PRE MIERSHIP— LIKEWISE 'THE WOODEN SPOON'? Those who succeeded in placing- t!ie clubs in tJi'. i-'osiiions which tiwy will occupy at tho ai'.'l of ihe aeco.id Round have a chan- -o r,v snakinp- an in«-ro.'c- meut in Uioir hank balance, for 'The Mirror' Proprietary has decided to {rive a...

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T. T. T. TURF & TROTTING TATTLE. MAY FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

T. T. T. I.' TURF & TROTTlN© TATTLE. MAY FIXTURES. 11. — York. 14. — Belmont. 1 i. — Collie. 1 8. — Xortham. 21. — ^W-AjT.C. tI 1 . — Kafroortie. 28. — Canning. Victoria. H. — Epsom. IS. — Melbourne Hunt Club. 2 1 . — Sandown. 28. — Moonee Valley. Xew South Wales. 15. — Tatter sail's. ?-JS. — Warwick Farm. South Australia. «.) and \i, S.A.J.C.; 23 (and June4 and C), Adelaide Racing- Club. York races next Wednesday. Belmont Park races next Saturday. Tod Young rode three seconds last Saturday. Will do better. Neville Percival took part in ;he Matrimonial Stakes. 11. Lane, a Victorian jockey, Janda;! during the week to ride for Jack O'Brien, of Fremantle. A rull brother lo Salilros landed by s.s. Katoomba on Wednesday. Bert. Holmes will1 lake charge of him. Alf. Audas bad a day out of the sad Tdle last Saturday. Bad cold to blame. Barrigundi would have won by streets had he jrot away with them. No 4 to i this in second-class company again, 'Hobbic.' Puulers would do well lo kee...

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Juniors West Perth v. Leederville. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 8 May 1921

Juniors West Perth v. Le«dervilie. Played at Esplanade. Perth. West Perth. 5.1:!; Leederville, i.n. -;oal- kickers.- l.oedervillo— TeH'er, buck wood, Larson. Hopkins. West Perth — To^in itf). -VcLfmott, U:-i.i

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