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WHAT OF EUROPE? [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

WHAT OF EUROPE? LONDON, Saturday. — The latest Eu ropean advices tndtcate that the situa tion iu Silesia is graver and that Kor feinty's troops are out or hand.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
W.A.F.L. "B" Grade South Fremantle v. Perth. Final Scores [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

W.A.F.L 'B' Graft ? O ? South Fremantle v. Perth. Final Scores: south Frenianlle, 7.9 (5! pis). Perth, 2.8 (20 pts). Goal-JtiGkeifs: S. Fremantle — Ocnil- «ree 1, Statoii 2, Millar 1, Leen 1. Dixon 2. Perth — cieary l, Mather I. Umpire Archie Smith umpired a very one-sided match. South's played with dash Trom the starl, and the result was never in doubt. Midland Junction v. C.Y.IW.S. Scores at quarter times: Midland June: 2.3, 3.4, 5.6, 6.7 (43 points). ^Goal -kickers: Koddef* i, Gardiner 1, He.«keth 1. Best players: Dobson, Do land Huinmerston, Rodder. C.Y.M.S.: 1 pt., H.2, 3.2, 4.3 (2V points). , Goal-kickers: Heagney, Guhl, Proston, Gallagher. B-j6t players.- Guhl,* Hen nessy, Kennelly, Outridge, J. Ryau.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SMUTS' "VICTORY." [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

SMUTS' 'VICTORY.' CAPETOWN, Saturday. — It is omcially stated that the casualties at FullhocK are 171- natives killed and 126 wounded. There were 9 f unwodiided prisoners.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
COMMENTS ON THE RUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

COMMENTS ON THE RUNNING. The Hurdle Race was rjin in a blind ing shower. General ^Sarsfleld and Laroon saw to the early pace. Down the back the leaders were jumping bad ly, with the last closing up. About half a mile from home General Sarsfleld shot his boy out or the saddle At the last Jump Nonplussed -took charge and coming on won by five lengths, with Wamame two and a hair lengths in front or Laroon. Carugham was 4th. Brown Flour. Mygales last. 7' to 4 Brown Flour, fours Nonplussed or War flame, fives Laioon or Carngham. TIir winner has bct-n showing good form of Park, having won three hurdles on this course. The favourite moved about a lot In running. ' First Class Plate. — Venetian King was ' the only scratching. Miss Solo. Bon der, and Blue Lady was the order to the turn. Miss Solo was never headed winning 1#- three-auarters of a Tcretli In Tront of the Tast finishing Wabtia. Persian 3elle, running last most of tlio way. was fourth. Captain Fox at the. head. flnislKHl at 7 to ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CANNING PARK RACES Benry and Punters Win Again [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

CANNING PARK RACES Benry and Punters Win Again Under wet weather conditions tbe canning Park Club held their successful May meeting to-day, ymeu a seven-event programme brought forth some interest ing flnTsnes. Tne traci, which is cnc or tne best winter courses, was in flue racing order. Several improvenienM were noticeable, in adding to the pat rons' comforts. The additional shel ter covering will be much appreciated In wet weather. No doubt about Mr. Jsck Hayes, wbo knows the race-goers' ' requirements. ' ? 'Son' Towton was fined £i for Chang? or colours in the Maddin&tou Handicap. GO8NELLS HURDLE RACE. ' 90 sovs. About two miles. Towton and Healy's Nonplussed, by Bobadil — Surmise, i0.6 (O'Rourke) i Wamame, 9.12 (Mr. Brydon) .... 2 Laroon 10.13 (Leonard) ? 3 Otters: CarnghaoT; .10.7 (Watts) ; Br***LjFlour, 10.2 (Walker); General SarsBPTOr 9.0 (Bennett) ; Mygales, 9.0 {Warnaminde). Dividends (Tor 10/-): S.O., £2/8/-; place, 15/-, 18/-, 19/-. Betting: 7 to 4 agst Brown Flou...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
East Fremantle V West Perth LEEDERVTLLE OVAL. Umpire: Carter. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

East FraMRtle y West Pern LEEDERVZLLE OVAL. Umpire: Carter. Tiie above teams met iu the rourth set of League games this afternoon. There was only a fair crowd in at tendance, the heavy rain at about 1.30 doubtless putting many people off. In the home team Jones replaced Radley, while in Old Easts' eighteen Lawn made his first appearatice, '-Tipper' Truscott standing out. The Fremantle men wore black bands in memory of one of their trainers, Mr. Geggie, who died on Friday last. East Fremantle: Bidstrup, Brown, BuUmore, Burns, Cinoris, Castinelli, Clark, Gallagher, Ion, Lawn, Lowe, Mudi, Rawlinson, Riconi, Smith, Tal bot. Wicks and Strang. West Perth: Sheedy, Frazer, G. Tyson, Hones, Burke, Clarke, Dank, Craig, Austin; Soutar, Taylor, F. Wim bridge, Moore, Boyd, Fysctie, Braitn waite, S. Tyson, and N. Jones. West kicked towards the city end. Carter bounced the ball shortly be fore 3 p.m. Ion punched the ball to Riconi, and a strong eastern attack ensued. Bullmore passed to Lawn, and '...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TO-DAY'S FOOTBALL RESULTS Subiacov S. Fremantle FREMANTLE OVAL. Umpire: Cooper. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

TO-DAY'S FOOTBALL RESULTS ('The Mirror's' Special Reports) SiMicovS-Fratantle FREMANTLE OVAL. Umpire: Cooper. Subiaco journeyed lo Freuiantle to try conclusions with the redoubtable red and white combination. Just at 3 o'clock rain commenced to fall. Su biaco were nrst out, but South did not follow till about four minutes later. The spectators were treated to a rat tling good game. With the exception of a couple of 'showers, the rain held off. Subiaco stripped a representative team, but Souths were without the services of several of their best men, as a glance at the lists will show. The teams were as follow: — Subiaco: Bushell (capt.), Bahen, How son, Sexton, Sampson, steele, Ford, Green, Godber, Scully, Eddy, Outridgc, Preedy, Beisley, Rawiings, Scaddan, Brown, Rodrlquez. South Fremantle: Cain (captain), Lu tey, Bateman, Chalmers, Sunderland, Giles, Adams White, Hawkins, Callow /3), Craig, Hodge, Hardiman, Tuxford, 6'Dounell, Kenny, and Campbell. From the bounce Cain secured, ana ...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Tears [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

tears There is a very widespread belief that the process of crying tends to weaken the eyes and rob them of brightness. Actually, the truth lies in the opposite direction. The shed ding of tears (provided that the^ weeping is not overdone) is one of the greatest aids to softness and brightness of the eyes. The expla nation is that the eyes need a bath just as our bodies do. There is a certain quality in the 'tear liquid' which does not exsst in water, and that is why a tear-bath is of much greater value than a mere bathing with cold or warm water. There is a possibility that one of the reasons for the superiority of feminine eyes' in point ot limpidity and brightness' over the male optics, is the tendency of the gentler sex to indulge in more or less frequent outbreaks of tears.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A Strange Idiom [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

n $mm mm Australia has a wealth of' collo quialisms in constant use, some of them borrowed from England and America, some of them apparently of spontaneous growth.. Among the latter is €he strangely irrational '111 tell you for why'— unexpected people make use of this quaint dis tortion, people of whom one would suspect no grammatical lapses. Where does that curiously inapt for' come from? How did it creen into the simple sentence. 'I will tell you why?' It is never used in kindired sentences. One never hears. 'I'll tell you for which,' or 'I'll tell you for when-' Whence is it, and by what mysterious collo quial necromancy was it made to appear in^ good Australian? Of course, it is utterly wrong — no cne will dispute its inherent ugJiness and vulgarity— then why its appearance and perpetuation? There is one consolation to those of us who ob ject to murdered grammar— the daily newspaper has not taken it to its bosom — yet.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Green Star [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

m fir«» S*ar 'Is that a Sinn Fein flag?' was the startled inquiry that fell'from more than one pair of m lips as 'the 'Orsovay was slowly, leaving Ithe wfiarf. ;-?? ;j i . y * i The flag in -question' was three parts green and displayed a green five-pointed star in a white upper ?quarter- . It, was the symbol of Es peranto, the much-talked'of auxOii ary language. Aboard the steamer were three delegates from Australia to the International' Esperanto Con gress which is being held this year at Prague, the capreal city of what was once Bohemia, but is now known as Checo-SIovakia. - It is ex pected that at least two thousand delegates will gather from the four corners of the'-' Earth, and though of a hundred nationalities, win, by means of Esperanto, be enabled to enter into friendly discourse, listen to addresses and lectures, attend concerts and pla}rs, and be as much at home as if each was in his 'own native town. Its use in interna tional commerce is rapidly extend ing, as is evidenc...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Right-O Girl [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

ClK Rigbt-0 Girl (By Henry Lawson). She says 'Right-O.' She never smirks, Nor simpers, nods, nor shakes her head, She rises with the dawn ami works For tiiose who want a meal or bed; - And when they come in late at night, And hint' of supper meek and low, hike big bad beys, well, that's alright She pokes the fire and says 'Right-O.^ I met her first at Goondah camp, Three years ago, or may'be more, Where tourists trip, and navvys tramp Like elephants across the floor. But, bound for Bourke, or fiur rinjuck, No class distinctions doth she know Corn beef to boil? Some fowls to pluck? A feed and bunk? She savs 'Right-O.' . I've been where poultry fanners skite, And pigs are mighty in the State, But eggs or ham— you'll find I'm right — Most seldom grace year break fast plate. Where you get half -a spud a day And Jim-jam vegetables grow But I digress — as fs my way — I asked for eggs: She said, 'RightO.' The parson wears a sac suit 'there, Just like an ordnary bloke, And you, no matter wh...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A Broken Heart DOCTOR SAYS IT IS SCIENTIFIC FACT. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

fl Broken fieart DOCTOR SATS IT IS SCIENTI FIC PACT. A broken heart is not a mere meto phor invented by pcets a-vd romance writers, ft is a fact in real life- And it is no: grief or hard work that ge nerally caasss it, but joy. So declaxed the heart specialist. Dr. Strickland Goodall, in a real heartitareart talk with his lu»arers at a lecture at line Institute of Hy giene. 1/onaon, recently. He had seen an animal actually break his heart from joy. In fa»**. it was neariy always the emolion of joy ti.at killed, an-? net grief, 'n cases of excessive em ??..en people sometimes felt a sharp pain, ta«is»d probab'y by the actual ?ur,t;ire of a few Sbras in the heart. In anaivj-ing the cases of s\.dden death within his experience, he was struck 'by tiree things --- It was emotion which kille], not hard work. . The nunbr: of doctors Nvho had died su*i-ijn*y, either when visiting their pa:Ic-ts or on the «lay they started. their' holidays or on the dj;y they returned The verv large number o...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SECOND-HAND CARS [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

SECOND-HAND CARS Hudson Super-Six.— Enough said. Studebaker Special Six.— 4500 allies, condition as new. A Bargain. . Studebaker Big Six, 1920-21 model, seven seater. A top hole hire or family car. Hupmobile Model R, 1920, mech anism perfect; tyres and painting OK. Chevrolet 1920 model, painlea to choice, first cla*JS condition. Overland, 90 model, Sydney body four 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 'Light Four, single seater done 400 miles, one month old. Spe cial painting and nickelling. Suit business ma.n. Studebaker Four, seven-seater. price right. Fords. — We l'ave several of these cars from £100 uo. Inspect for your self. Easy and extended terms may be arranged on any of the above cars.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
N.Z. Massey in London. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

N.Z. Massey in London. LONDON, Saturday.— Mr. Massey, New Zealand Prime Minister, at the Australian qnd New Zealand Club's luncheon given in his honour, said that the interests of Australia and New Zealand were identical. 'If oc casion ever arises.' he said, 'when it would be necessary to defend our selves, we will stand or fall together.' 'But,' he added, 'I don't think we will tall.'

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
EGYPTIAN RIOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

EGYPTIAN RIOTING. LONDOiS, Saturday. — Cairo advices indicate that there is a general uneasl. ness apparent from the shutting up of siiops in the mixed quarters or the city, ror fear or attacks. No further British forcesare to be repatriated until tb* situation clears. Arsenal, railway and shop workers, in Cairo have struck, and a general railway strike is threatened. The lVationalist leader, Zagulul. who has been held iu directly responislJe for the recent out breaks in Egypt, in- a belated appeal called upon the people to cease partaking in public demonstrations. . . . Later.— ^ The Government store at Alt -exa*hdria containing fO.OOO bales of cot ton, has been set on fire.

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Cables. Militarism in Ireland. APPALLING ARMY FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

Cobles. Militarism in Ireland. APPALLING ARMY' FIGURES, LONDON. Saturday.— English re inforcements to Ireland will probably number 50,000, making a total of 106 - 000 troops in Ireland. ? . LOMDO.N, Saturday. — A stand has been taken by Sir Hamar Greenwood, Chief Secretary for Ireland, in the House of Commons that indicates that the Government may take action in con nection with American ammunition said to have been captured In Ireland. LOJVDON, Saturday (Later). — More British troops have been hurried- to Ireland. The telegraph wires lo yueenstown have been cut. The Gov ernment have decided 'on drastic mea sures and troops have initiated a scheme or general round-up.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
WIN FOR TAYLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

WIN FOR TAYLOR. BRISBANE. — At the Stadium Jimmy Taylor (9.5*), of Melbourne, defeated Hector- Tyors (8.4), in the 15th round. During this session the lighters' heads clashed, and Tycrs rose badly hurt. Me could not sec, and the fight was stopped.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COAL CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

COAL CRISIS. LONDON, Saturday.— The Prime Minister presides to-day at a Confer ence of coal-ovaiers and miners' re presentatives. It is believed that contentions relative to the National Pool question are to be avoided, and Lloyd-George will propose a National Wage, registering- an advance on 1914 standard. ile promises the creation of machinery to deal with inequality of wages, and the fixing of ratio ol profits to wages by arbitration. The belief is cherished that after a stop page of 57 days a settlement may be arrived at. l * .

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Carsonia Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

Carsonia Elections. LONDON, Saturday.— Da the Ulster ejections Tour or the Sinn Fein lead ers, Arthur Griffith, Michael Collins, Eamon De Valera, and Professor MacNeil, have been elected. ^

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A.R.C [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 28 May 1921

A.R.C. .- -^^LAWE, 'Saturday. — At the Victoria ravk racecourse to-day the Adelaide Racing Club's Birthday Meetiug was opened. The attendance was a splen did one. Following- are the ? Toorack Welter (Fir* DiviAon), 'or 1200, seven furlongs. — Called In 1 Powder aud Patches 2, Sonftardie 3' Dividend (lor £1), 19/5/-. Victoria Park Hurdles, or £250, about two miles. — Miuclifenbury 1, Veuezelos J, .Wise Wheels 3. Dividend (£1) £2/15/-. ' ' . ' . City Handicap; - of £700, seven' fur longs.-r-Rysique I, Franzac 2, New Shot 3. Dividend (£i) £19/4/-. Kensington steeplechase, of £200, about two miles.tigBre\vsier i. Adian tuni 2, Torpaz 3. ^ivideud (£1), £17/ 15/-. Adelaide Stakes, of £350. seven fur longs (lor two-year-olds) . — Champion Oilier I, The. Storm a. Ingmla 3. Divi dend (CM. £-*,/!-.!/?- Parkside stakes, of £400, nine fur longs. — Crusader t, Paratoo 2, sky-sail 3. Dividend (Tor £1), £2/17/-.' Welter Wandicap, of £20, seven fur longs.- — r.:jii\ !, Waiitauibone 2, Ptami 3. Divi...

Publication Title: Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
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