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T. T. T. TURF & TROTTING TATTLE. MAY FIXTURES. Western Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

T. T. T. TORF, & TROTTING TATTLE. . ' MAT FIXTURES. Western Australia. 1 4. — Belmont. 14. — Collie. 18. — Northam. 21. ? W.A.T.r a i. — Kalgooriie. 28. — Canning. Victoria. 14. — Epsom. 18. — Melbourne Hunt Club. 21. — Sandown. 28. — Moonee Valley. New South Wales. 1 4. — Tattersall's. 28. — Warwick Farm. South Australia, i 4. — S.A.I.C. ?2* (and June 4 and 6), Adelaide R.C. WA.T.C. Races next Saturday. Northam races Wednesday. Who wants to be a bookmaker these times. Last Saturday ' the 'Tommies' were well hit. The two 'R's' — Rossville and Ri vose — woke up on Saturday. What delayed them at Helena Vale? ' Ramillies — don't overlook this fel low; GOOD thing next up. Lord Strathburg is worth bearing in mind. Barrigundi looks like turning a crack. But don't take Sibbritt off, Robbie. Mr. Marillier received 91 entries for next Saturday's WA.T.C. winter meeting. t Who pulls the Rossville strings? Tommy Chandler is back in the game after his few months spell, and he won't be lo...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

TftE BEST MEAT FROM \ W. E. TURNER Opp. Station, MAYLANDS. Country Orders Promptly Filled. Send Cash or P.N. with Order. SAUSAGES OUR MASTERPIECE Cash Bonus Cheques Accepted. The Best or FRESH BREAD Daily to Your Door. E. BRIDE RAILWAY TERRACE, MAYLANDS. A GOOD LOAD OF WELL MIXED AND SEASONED WOOD. Delivered Promptly. Persons! - Attention. McCOY & WOOD ^fc (Returned* Soldiers). ^GHTflhAfEKUE, *MAYLAWDS. TWrms Cash. For Good Blacksmith and Plumbing Work, J. BLYTHE GJJILDFORD-ROAD, MAYLANDS, Near Seventh-Avenue. Baths, Tanks, Windmills, stoves Repaired. \ Bought or Sold. BOOTS AND SHOES. BACK TO PRE-WAR PRICES. CTtLh AND LET ME PROVE IT. You Can't Get a Better Repair than from E. RETCHFORD EIGHTH-AVENUE, MAYLANDS. SUBSCRIBE TO 'THE MIRROR.' The Best of SpotG at BEDFORD HOTEL GEO. AUBURN, Proprietor. Tel. A 162 3. Swan and Union Ale on / Draught. Goldfields Club Hotel 'CR. PIER and WELLJNOTON fcTS. THE FEDERAL HOTEL FREMANTLE. GEO. JOHN, Proprietor. SWAN BEER ONLY. BIGHT ON YOU...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

J. BALFOUR COMMISSION AGENT, MA&KET-STBSET, TREMUXTLK. I OommuiiieaU With Hobart. Jim Daly (Member TattersalTs) . 7 Long Odds and Civility. *: ASL Events. Doubles a Specialty. . PatHealy All Events TATTERSALL'S CLUB, PERTH, IMPERIAL HOTEL A LEADING CITY HODSE. Close to Station. EVERYTHING RIGHT DP-TO-DATE. WELLINGTON-STREET, PERTH. ~ J. MOYLAlf. . . 1

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

The West Australian Trotting Association (INCORPORATED) Saturday 21st May State Handicap - - Nine Furlongs. Divided Handicap (Six Races) One .and - Quarter Miles. NOMINATIONS CLOSE ON MONDAY, AT 6 p.m. * A. R. FLINT. Secretary. ) ? ' 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 COpp. Ziropri's). Royal Hotel PERTH t- — - luipl. Pint — Rept. Quart — Rept. Pint Whisky, Extra Special ? **/° Whisky. Special Scotch ? 7/9 10/3 5/3 Whisky. Old Highland ? »/« */?' Rum, Fine Old Jamaica ? 8/6 5/'' nuiu, Jamaica ? 9? *^s num, -u. 1 (Australian) ? 7/fl *'8 Brandy, Tondul Frcres ? i0/° 5^3 Brandy, Chateau Tanunda ? 10/0 5/3 Brandy, Penfolds ? # fl'° s/° Brandy. Irvine's ? U/'° 5^° PACKING EXTIIA ? ; ? «'»«'* '£-*' EKEM TO HAIL. W. H. JONES. Tinted by tht 'SuDaar Mirror^ Newspaper Co., Hurray-street, Perth. U^V . ;

Publication Title: Mirror
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FOOTBALL THE KING OF AUSTRALIAN OUTDOOR GAMES TO-DAY'S MATCHES E. Perth v W. Perth At Leederville Oval. Empire: Collins. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

.'V-/, ? ? ... ? ~ ? ——*—- i II ~~T ? '?' F1 0 OT BALL] THE KING OF AUSTRALIAN OUTDOOR GAMES TO-DAY'S MATCHES ('The Mirror's' Special Reports) E. fatl vJV. Peril At LeederviHe Oval. UniDlre: Collins. . A large crowd attended tke encoun - ter ot the above teams on the Leeder ville OvaL The ground stowed many improvements since last year, and the playing area looked very fine indeed. In tke West Perth team Praser and - Fyshe made their first appearance, while Minson, Allen, and Hilton re placed King, Giese and Scott in the royal blue's eighteen. Collins had charge of the whistle. , - The teams were as follow: — West Perth: Souter (Capt.), Sheedy, Fraser, «3. Tyson. W. Winnibridge, Jones, Clark. Dans. Malatsky. Craig. Austin, Taylor, F. Wimbridge. Moore, Fyshe, Boyd, Braithwaite and S. Tyson. East Perth: McKenzie (Capt.). Min son, Thomas, Walker, Duffs*, Sparrow, Hebbard, Oakley, Moloney, Owens, Brentnall. Gepp, Herd, Hilton, Har rold. Allen, Bowtell, and Matson. Collins let them go at...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Belmont [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

Belmont (By 'Solon.') Now that winter is upon us, the W.A.T.C. should sec that the footpath to the leger reserve is made. At the present time the road is in good order, but up to date there has never been a path built for pedestrians. Come on, comrades, give the legeritcs a little consideration. We would also like you to -lave a look at the corner where one turns from the station to go up to the leger gates. It is known as 'sudden glory* 'at . present, and ir something is not done shortly it will be sudden death to somebody. There is a drop or about 18 inches there, and to escape it one has to get on to the road, thereby taking a risk or getting more suddeii glory from some of tbe silver- tailed motor hogs who think they own all the main road, particu-. larly alien they are going to the races. W.A. is a long way behind the times in some tuing-s, but we are getting bet ter. There is one thing, however, that our boss racing club should do im mediately, aud tnat is to provide a motor a...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Fremantle Fragments [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

Fremantle fragments (Bv 'Marcus.') Ktssey fliuson, Fremantle's Parlia mentary representative or a Tew hours, is already testing- the efficiency of his gold pass by a trip East on the Trans. We are lei't io guess who is looking after the Port's interests in his ab sence. McCalluin,' M.L.A., who has been down with dingae fever, is improving verv slowly. Mac, announces that Bro's. Augwlii kihI fiagtin ar« looking: arter Soutl/a interests during his sick ness. Anyone wantinp to study the White \ustralia policy is invited to Market street auy Friday nlgnt, when tbey can contrast the crowds fighting tlieir way into the Chinese fruiterers, with the fo.w diiikurn Australians patronising the while returned soldier. And yet both soil at tUu siiine' price. Tlie British coal strike is beginning io effect oversee shipping, and work is verv scareo. cm lUe wharr at present, and' looxs liko -retting worse. %lust be something: in the fanatics' talk about Labour be:u£ international. Went*:i-st by the...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LABOR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

IABOR NOTES. . (By 'Spartacus.'} , Uedley. jfeymonds, of the A.S.E., walk, eid into $ ir^tm me other sight. Iledley was more damaged than tbe tram was. President 3. J. Kenneally Is quite wil ling to, forger Mr. Justice Tbraper was ever Attorney- General of an AntiLab our Government — a delicious satire that makes one forgive j. i. ror his ultro rigid constitutionalism. The Trades Hall searching for the 'Light' must be sincere — they've got tbe electricians in. What a lunny old man in Uon. Love; kin of the 'f-not'ze.' Sir John Forrest's only joke was that 'Lovey was a good milker, :jut i-c always kicked the Ducset over.' And so this queer old globe trotter who will gwe Hundreds sway cheerfully will spent more hundreds fighting a union demand. Wonder if be and Frank KclsaU have a sworn ven~ detta? : v Timber workers still wait patiently, resignedly, for the . retrospective pay due to them. Around the Sou'-West the cry stul groes up 'Will Holmaa neve*., wake up?'1 They call it the ret'...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Perth v S. Fremantle [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

Perm v S. Fr«Hllc At W.A.C.A. Umpire, Carter. The W.A.C.A. ground looked a pic ture this afternoon as the starting: time of the game was reached. ir was a velvety j?reen without any apparent Daw. The weather was auspicious. The Perth side was wTell out on time, but Souths delayed the start for a cou ple of minutes. Perth: — 3.-:ks: Morgans, Langlands, Hcwson; -ial ['-backs, Stooke, Hewby, Uren; centre, Silverstone, HoH, Love; hair forwards, Watts (G.), Uaynor, Watts (A.); rorwards, Rowe, Evans, Morris. Followers: Ingle, Menzies, Rover, M'Goiuish. South (?'i'Riuautle: Backs, Baker. Cal low, Batenian; half-backs, Hawkins, Adams, Lutcy; centre, Giles, White, Truman; hair- forward, Cain, Gunnyon, I licks; forward. Sunderland, Chalmers, Campbell. Followers: Cain and llcin dricks. Rover: Stuart. Souths KicKcd witn the breeze to wards the river. Cain received a rree. Play came down to Perth's for ward, Evaas marked, passed to A. Watts, who missed, but received a free. Perth kept v.p the at...

Publication Title: Mirror
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CHART OF MATCH RESULTS. Scores in Every Game played in First and Second Rounds. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

CHART OF MATCH RESULTS. Seores in Every Gun* played in First and Second Sounds. — — ^ i CLUB. E.,P*itk. E.Fr,«'*U Parth. SnbUeo. W. P«rtb. j S. Frem'de For Agst For j A.$st For Agrt For j Agst For j Agst j J**_ Agst 211 55 ! East Perth East Frsmaatle j ' ' 3*8 1416 Perth ? ? ? j ; 8*10 6-5 Wart Perth - SartfeFrenaatle ! v ? 1 ? For pBrposM of reference watch this Chart eaoh week. -??_-?? ?

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HOW THE CLUBS STAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

HOW THE CLUBS 8TAND. P. W. L. Pts. F. A. Perth ? 2 2 — 8 164 87 East Perth. .. 2 2 — s 88 60 East Freraantle 2 1 i 4 120 75 South Fremautlc 2 i 1 4119105 West Perth . . 2 — 2 3 77 Hi Subiaco .... i! — 2 — 66 176

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Get Out of the Wet and Keep Warm [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

Get out orm wet 014 Keep worm It is sometimes a problem to keep warm and dry these damp days, and the shrewdest of us, when we decide to get out of the wet, try to choose some spot when the dryness will only be external. What is per haps the most up-to-date heat'ng ap paratus in this part of the globe is that installed at that fine W.A. in stitution in Hay-street, the Savoy Hotel. The heater, however, is not the only up-to-date part of the Savoy, which from top to bottom is amongst the most modern, commo dious and comfortable hotels in the Southern Hemisphere. Mr. J- J. Ryan, \vho.ce name is a household word in this State in connection with catering for the public needs, has tbe whole of the vast establish ment under his wonderfully experi enced eye right from roof to cellar. Every department is a speciality of its own, and yet all working to gether in a perfect system. 'Visi tors speak well of it, boarders extol ii;, the man who wants refreshment rushes it. and altogether Perth is ...

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Dorothy Brunton [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

Dorotky Brunton THE BRILLIANT YOUNG MUSICAL COMEDY ' ACTRESS With J. C. WILLIAMSON'S MUSICAL COMEDY CO., .At HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

Johnson, Bradley SWfcins 4145 PIER ST., PHffll (Only) DINE WHERE? WHY, \T STRAND CAFE HA.Y-STREET. (Under Vice-Regal Patronag-c). Appointments Thoroughly Up-lo-datc. Renovated Througrhout. Sole Agents for Me Famous DELLI1VGER RIVER OYSTERS. . GARRY STACK'S SAVOY CAFE (Downstairs). NEXT METROPOLE HOTEL, HAY- STREET. GRAND CENTRAL COFFEE PALACE, WELLINGTON-ST. PERTH. Under the Management of OLIVER REES (Late of Merredin).

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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And Eve Said Unto Adam [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

j Ami Eve Said Unto Adam j Social Notes for insertion under this heading are invited, must reach this office by noon on. Fri day, and must be authorised The Progress of Love in Art. London 'Mail.' Left per Katoomba, Miss Pearl Jordon. Destination — Sydney. Miss Violet Peet— yes, ot THE Pcets — is taking Eastern lovers of music by storm. R. T. Robinson, ex-M.L.A. for Can ning, is back again in town from Al bany. Looks happier, too. Cyril i Norton, the stalwart worker (or the Ugiies, can, amongst other things, nurse his bonny baby to per fection. The Bass Hospital, Fremantle, is losing Sister Gibbings — temporarily, at least. She is going tc Melbourne on a health trip. Mr\ Petsr O'Loghlen, MXA., was forced by bad health .to make a ra pid retun it.on the East. Peter bad ly needs a wife to look after him. Mrs. . Bburke, of Leederville, an nounces the engagement of her daughter, Miss Lillian Watson, and Mr. Jack Caudler, late of the 48th. Mr. nni Mrs. Padbury— THE Pad bury's— are leaving...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Men and Memories THE WHEEL [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

j. ? „ . ....... | Men and Memories THE WHEEL H. F. Wilkinson is a judge— of equine finishes. R. R. Pilkington, K.C., enjoys a loii£ span of life. J. O'Grady, trammie, also. - ^ De Garis is to remain on earth till--: — ? A -one-ti^e champion amateur swimmer -W. H. Gumbleton, of the Celtic Club. Gone East for a health trip— Meat King Jim Sketchley. Though he knows all about brine Sketch pre fers the brinv. ' ' Jimmy Butler, secretary of Perth Branch 'of the R.S.S. League, took a motor trip down along the Great Southern Line last week end, and had a bumpy time of it. At Bev erley his car broke down for the umptieth time, and a young lad asked the genial Jimmy what D.C.M. meant. Jimmy replied: 'Oh, Damn the Cursed Motor!' Jim Sugars, chief of the Sugars clan, of Beunont, worked as -? lad — a stable Jad— for Adam Lindsay Gordon, and Jim can relate some In teresting anecdotes of the Centaur Poet. Harry Smith and other bigheart ed sporting men still endowing cots at the Children's Hospita...

Publication Title: Mirror
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
"Boy Blue" Pantomime [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

'B0| Blue' Pinto niffle — u — 'Boy BIup.' I'antomlnic, wliicli i.s be ing presented at the Mel rose Theatre, poiunicncing1 Friday next, in aid of llie R.S.P.O.A., will be round io possess sopie of ihe finest juvenile talent ever soon in W..V. 'Baby Molly,' ttv» 'Million Dollar Baby,' plays the part of 'Briar Rose/' assisted by little Tiny Scalmry in tbe name part, and plays a conspicuous part throughout the piece. The pretty story which unfolds Itself througliout the production will be fol lowed by youngr and old alike. The evil dpsifrning' witch, who during: her run inflicts torment and misery on every one, only to be finally broug-ht to book by 'Boy Blue,' takes one back to childhood days, and makes one for jret all present troubles. The caste or char-ji-ters is excellently placed 'The Market Place,' 'The Punch and Judy.'' 'Harlequin's Columbines,' 'Wattle .Scene.' 'Gold and Silver Guards.' 'Chocolate Baby Dolls',' etc., make this production well worthy of witnessing. Over 250 cos...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SECOND-HAND CARS [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

SECOND-HAND CARS Hudson Super-Six. — Enough said. Studebaker Special Six. — 4500 miles, condition as new. A Bargain. Studebaker Big Six, 1920-21 model, seven-seater. seven seater. A top hole hire or family car. tiupmobile Aloael K, 1920. mech anism perfect; tyres and painting O.K. Chevrolet 1920 model, painted to choice, first class condition. Overland, 90 model, Sydney body lour months' use. Beautifully painted and nickehed. , A snap. Overland, 90. painted' white, ready for the road. Overland, 85 B. A bargain at the price. Buick 6, ready for paint shop, new. Painting to * be selected by purchaser. Overland Ligh*. Four, single seater done 400 miles, one month old. Spe cial painting and nickelling. Suit business man. Studebaker Four, seven-seater. price right. Fords.— We have several of these cars from £100 ud. Inspect for vour self. Easy and extended terms may be aj ranged on any of the above cars.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

IS WIT SON Thc Udicst DraP-* |O. Wll^OV^rN, Dressmaker an* Metier P_ New Season's Show. Lookat the Window. Step Inside. m ? The Prices are Right. H At 191 BEAUFORT-STREET (Near Newcastle-street).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 14 May 1921

'vHft PROMINENT ??'?'W1M KILMiNSTER. Tel. A2631.

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