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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
NURSE 8TOCKLEY Has orivate rooms for eacli patient. Every possible con venience; nno open balconies; com fortable garden and lawn seats; ana high position; fresh air, and conveni ent to city. Large staff or skilled nurses always in attendance. Terms moderate. 8WAN HOSPITAL, 680 NEWCASTLE-STREET. Tram to Lof tus-street. Telephone A1611. LADIES ONLY. You Want Wavv Hair? Well Try WAVEENA. 1/9. All Leading Chemists and Stores, or direct from Sole Agent: AUSTRAL SUPPLY DEPOT. 40 Royal Arcade Perth. Ladies Costumes Especially Treated. MAT WALL KING of DYERS and CLEANERS. Corner Rokeby-Road and Park street, Subiaco.
TEST CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
TEST CRICKET. — o — LO-'1)0.\. . Saturday. — Canvassing ot ?-*:-t match players goes on unabated. ? ;oni|)Ptf-iit juiigvs favour the Inclusion or Richmond, of Nottingham, as one to respond to Mailey's bowling If the wiefcot is hard. Many stress 'the neces sity of str«»ng-th*»ni!tg fielding perform, ances. Bojh Gregory and McDonald are nonplussed at several critics, who previously asserted that they wore not really fast.
SOUTH AFRICA. AND IMPERIAL UNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
SOUTH AFRICA. AND IMPERIAL UNITY. CAPETOWN, Saturday. — In the Leg islative Assembly, 3resterday, General SmuH South African Prime Minister, made a statement regarding tbe Imper ial Premiers' Conference, saying that the forthcoming Conference would be more than a consultative body. It would discuss four points, viz.: The renewal or the Japanese treaty; Em pire derencc; Foreign Policy of the Empire, and the Agenda ror next year's Conference 011 Imperial relations. The General salO he had to speak with a certain amount of caution and restraint. There was nothing from the point or view or South Africa more im portant than the roreign policy or the British Enpire, and emphasised that what was wanted above all else in the world was peace. The Pr'nie Minister announced that Sir Thomas Smartt, Minister for Agri culture, and Mr. Mentz, Minister Tor ixTence, wosiH acompany him to Lon don.
Sinn Fein Defeats British Terriorism. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
Sinn Fein Defeats British Terriorism. LO.NDON, Friday. — A Proclamation has been issued by Sinn Fein warning the victims or official reprisals against applying to English Courts for compen sation or life, destruction or loss or property, it states that the Irish Re public, through its Finance Minister, win compensate all such victims from Vail Eireann lunds. and Republican loans. Millions or pounds are oeing spent in bribery, and to aid terrorism against those with Sinn Fein tenden cies, or who will vote Sinn Fein in the Northern Parliament elections, to be held on Wednesday, 25th. The compact between Sinn Fein party and the Irish Party (National ists), by which both have signed an agreement demanding no-partition and Ireland's right to seir-determination, is a rurther expression of the people's unaniminity of opinion and or which the Southern Parliament 'elections' were sucb 3 unique testimony.
Is Lloyd George Pro-German? A STERN EUROPEAN OUTLOOK [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
Is Lloyd George Pro German? A STfcftN EUROPEAN OUTLnn* LO1NDOA. Saturday.— A German*Pol lsh prince has related now a schoolmas ter at Rauben has been tortured to death after indescribable indignities were inflicted on his naked body Throughout the country insurgents have organised a campaign or plunder ing, looting, burning stores, and other public buildings, and destrovinir vil lages. ~ There has been a great response to the call Tor German volunteers, who are ready for any emergency. Many landholders and peasants re yard tne French witn rntense bitter ness, and look to England to secure a speedy settlement or a situation which they regard as possibly ^ French ex fuse Tor another international clash or anus. ? PARIS, Saturday. — M. Tarieu, a member «r the Chamber or Deputies, was much applauded when charging in a vehement speech tbe Government ror having railed to defend France's inter ests throughout the Allies' negotiations. He declares that France and England cannot dispense wit...
NAVAL CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
NAVAL CONFERENCE. SYDINEY. May 21.— The question or naval co-operation for combined action4 by the China. East Indian and Austra lian squadrons, in tbe event or war, has been decided. Arrangements nave been made Tor the holding or joint manoeu vres between Penang- and Singapore. The Australian fleet will visit there Tor that purpose within a very short time. The Jap. fleet has not been in vited to co-operate.
At Headquarters Again Benry Wins Handicap The Gold Comes for Gold Digger [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
'At Headquarters Again Benry Wins Handicap The Gold Comes for €old Digger In dull and threatening weather the winter meeting ot the W.A.T.C. was held at Ascot to-day. Despite the heavy rains, the traek was in rair racing condition. Th« nroerainme consisted of six events, although the fields were on ttre small side, brought rorward most or our best horses. The principal eveu» or the day be ing the Dudley Handicap or 250 sovs, went to Mr. i. Marks' speedy Benry. * The raiu roll soon after the second race and continued throughout the day. The attendance, which numbered 2804 was i53 more than last year. The meeting was in the capable hands of Mr. E. T. Marrillier. iJVEBOURNE HURDLES, 150 sovs. 2 matt. — M. Roche's Brown Flour, by OrKt— Calsomme, 9.0 (Walker), 1; i, HlglrWaU, 11.2 (Cubitt), Z\ High Hand, 11.7 (Heffennan), 3. Others: Laroon, / il.8 (Marks); Rippler, 11.0 (Spiers); ' Jernderie, li.o (Leonard); Carngnam, 10.10 (Watts) ; General Sarsfleld, 9.0 (CRourke) ; Warambie, 9.0 (Auda...
GENEVIEVE WARD. PLAYS "RICHARD [?] [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
GENEVBEVE WARD. — v — - PLAVft UDINIlDIt ?«? ii a— ~.m - — ---w ???*»aar*n»* III. Hf 0**. K-l^N-bo7' May 20--~M»ss Geniveve \\ ard is playing the role or Queen Mar garet at the Shakespeare commemora tion here at the 'Old Vic.' The posi tion is unique, she says, a*B the occa sion is her third coming or age. She is Si, and her faculties are unimpaired in any way.
COMMENTS ON THE RUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
COMMENTS ON THE RUNNING. Roebournc Hurdles. — -There were 10 acceptors for this event, amongst which included some or the State's best jumpers. General Sarsflcld made the running to the lirth jump, with High Hand and Larum in attendance, uign Hand took charge at the mile, and led to the turn; then Brown Flour caum on the scene, and in a great race Tor home he beat High Wall by hair a length, with High Hand, tiring fast, three-quarters or a length away third. Rippler was fourth, Larum, Carngham next, while the last two were General Sarsfleld and MiarnuL The winner was well u- the betting last week, but to-dflf tn--4--: was no money for him. BetfUK: 4't- High Wall and Carngham, S'a High Hand, 6's Rippler, Brown Flour 12's Rocttngnam Handicap. — Betty Burke and Probie were the scratchlngs, leav ing eight miners. When they set tled down Muriel's Hope shot to the front, with Blue Lady and Cantilever close up. This order was the same to the turn, when Blue Lady put in her claim, and, stal...
WARWICK ARMSTRONG TESTIMONIAL [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
WARWICK ARMSTRONG TESTIMONIAL Tuesday Week! Get that? May 3 1 st.. That? Very well. A grand en tertainment will be given by combined artistes, all well and popularly known, to swell a Tund Tor the above purpose Vuller particulars will appear hi our next issue. Meantime tack the date in your hat, and be one of the host to participate in the promised and assured joy.
Cables. FRANCE'S NEW SOUL. Joan of Arc Patron Saint. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
cullies. FRANCE'S NEW SOUL. Joan of Arc Patron Saint. PARIS, May 2. — The traditional Joan of Arc festivities commenced at Orleans on the 8th, and hare continued through out the whole or France Tor ten days M. Barthou, the Minister Tor War, pre sided at Orleans for the first time om cially representing a government or the French Republic at the religious fes tivities. M. Briaud, the Premier, wrote, stating .that a measure will be enacted enthroning Joan or Arc — the Maid or Orleans — as the Patron Saint or the French Republic. The news papers are caricaturing- Lloyd George watching a picture of Jjoan or Arc, who is looking at the Ore-devastated City of Cork, making* nun (Libya George) say: 'And my countrymen did both these things.'
Goldfields Racing KALGOORLIE [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
Gofdfiefds Racing KALGOORUE , KALGOORL1E, Saturday. — The above club's May meeting was held to-day, Results: — First Division Handicap. — Brearley l, Gold Test 2, One 3. Others: Ardol, The Toff, Bulle B., Rent Roll, Battle Queen, La Monte, Sinunont. 5 to l agst Brear ley. Second Division Handicap. — On Fire, 1; Scotch Tart, 2; Remi, 3. Others: Headstrong, Arthur L., KiUogie. Distant Jane, Light Knight, Lady Gamma, Re connoitre, Maltlean, Melton King, Threave. 9 to 2 agst On Fire. May Handicap. — Ardol, 1 ; Gold Test, 2; King Robert, 3. Others-. Strath naver. 2 to 1 agst ArdoL Third Division Handicap. — Green Lady, 1 ; Mountess, 2 ; Bay Gauze, 3. Others: Lord Roseville, M. Bertram, Fort Prior, Young Carryowen, Ngal rain, Green Tea, Last Shot. 6 to 4 agst Green Lady. . Fourth Division Handicap. — Postal Union, I; Roydelis, 2; Greenwing, 3. Others: Devon Lass, Pistol Pete, Zee holm, Annie Dour, Sapling, Miss Flor ette. Yandanooka, Barbara. 7 to 2 agst Postal Union. Welter aHndicap. — B...
Prussian Militaristic Tyranny AT KARRAKATTA CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
Prussia! Militaristic Tirami AT KARRAKATTA GAMP. Information alleging uncalled for and severe treatment being meted out to cadets in training at Karra katta has reached this office, which certainly shows that all Prussians are not in Germany. Shortly, the charges are these, and the officer concerned is Lieu tenant Nicholson, of a local regi ment: — (1) During the course of the camp, after some hard field train ing, the boys were halted and sat down to listen to a 'lecture.' One lad asked 'could the mob smoke?' 'Nick' replied with, 'Who asked that question?' 'tl did, Sir,' said the i representaive of 'the mob.' 'St^nd to attention for the hour, then;' was the immediate punish ment meted out. And stand to attention his nineteen-year-old kid did. 'Nick' saw to that. (2) A platoon at the 'double' failed to go fast enough for the fastidious 'Nick.' He ujged them with Faster! Faster! Faster! Na turally some fell out. One boy — the first to call out — was immedi ately fined 5s- The boy had...
Eastern Racing SANDOWN PARK [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
Eastern Racing SANDOWN PARK MELBOURNE, Saturday. — The San down Park Racing Club's May meeting took place to-day. Results: — Handicap Hurdle. — Best Steel 1, Mont Blanc 2, Jackstaff 3. 3 to l agst Best TSteel. Sandown Park Plate. — Lapis Lary uli 1, Crimson 2, Agenoria 3. 6 to 1 agst Lapis Layuli. Brush Steeplechase. — Gazomp 1, Rid ing School 2, Jackli 3. 25 to l agst Gazomp. Sandown Purse. — Section, 1; Weedah 2; Adam Lindsay, 3. 6 to 4 agst Sec tion. Saudown Park Handicap. — Demonte, 1; Froth and Bubbles, 2; Tunlittan, 3. Evens agst Demonte. Welter Handicap. — Dignity, 1 ; Brac ken, 2; Belgian Wair, 3. 10 to 1 agsl Dignity.
Soccer THISTLE v. CLAREMONT. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
Soccer THISTLE v. CLAREMONT. Thistle, 1. Claremont, nil. These two unbeaten teams met at the Esplanade with the Thistle wlnniug by one goal to nil. The goal was scored by 1 nompson. Fremantle Caledonians, 4; Rangers. nil. The goals were scored by Clements (3), and McGlasban (1). PERTH CITY UNITED v. PERTH. Played at Wellington-square this afternoon, under bad conditions. The game was slightly in the City's favour, defeating Perth fty 4 goals to nil. The goals were scored by Atting (3), and Sharpies (1). 'A' GRADE. Perth City United, 2, beat Clare mont Albion, 1. 'B' XiRffDE. Perth City united, 3, beat Fre mantle Caledonians, nn.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 21 May 1921
ALES /STOUT i. S YMOlwS, ? -! SEED AND PLAHT MEBCHAliT For all the best in SEEBS Ml PLANTS FOR GARDEN, FARM AND ? / STATION. Illustrated Catalogue Sent POST FREE on application Business Address: 200 and 202 Wellington Street PERTH.W.A.