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Golden Cerritory MINING POSSIBILITIES IN GERMAN GUINEA. Soldiers' Secret Hauls. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921
Golden territory MINING POSSIBILITIES IN GERMAN GUINEA. Soldiers' Secret Hauls. According to current reports, the Government of the mandated terri tories of German New Guinea is about to make a determined effort to foster the mining industry in the areas under ite control. A compre hensive geological survey of the territories is to be made. The min eral wealth of German New Guinea is known to be very extensive. Cop per, tin and gold are fcund there, as well as small quantities of the more valuable metals, such as plati num and indium, the latter being used in the manufacture of fountain pens During the war, mining was pro hibited in those parts of New Guinea which were under military rule, but this is not to say that plenty cf mining was not done,- the alluvial gold in the river sands offering a tempting and easily-gained prize. A good deal of illicit mining was done ' by members of the garrison, and at one time rare indeed was tbe man who did not have hidden away in some safe spot ...
Mitchell's Millions HOW MANY MAKE FIVE? [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921
MHcMH's MiiiiMs HOW MANY MA*E FIVE? 'it': What startling headUnes WON'T be set, and what glaring pesters WON'T be posted by the 'respectabV sections of the Press anent Dismal Jimmy's million-a-year deficit! Sir Jain»s Mitchell, opumist, started put the financial (or should it be 'unfiisancial') year with the _ com nciidable intention cf keeping the dodcit down in the ? neighbour hood of £400j000— just ubo-.it the rate that tne extravagant Scatidan iran agej to go to it* bad. But the new K.C.M.G. (Kommon Coves' Money Grabber) has not only out-Sfaddaned Scadaan— he has even managed to eclipse his own 'optim- ism.' The deficit for 1920-21 stands at the end of May at £903,624, and, at the rate of progress hitherto maintained, seems bound to figure out at the end of the year at some thing handsomely over the million. Scaddan was christened 'Gone-a- Million,' because he piled up a de ficit of a million pounds in about three years. We suggest that out friend Dismal Jhnmy take unto him self...
The Inchcape Incubus AFFECTS STATE MOTORSHIP "KANGAROO." [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921
Tie Iflcftoipe ikins AFFECTS STATE MOTORSHIP 'KANGAROO.' 'H.': From time to time certain allegations have been made against Lord Inchcape, the genius who con trols the acivities of the British Shipping Cpmbine. Up to now the whole of the Commonwealth line of ships have been coming out to Aus tralia with practically no cargo in their holds at all, for which the dras tic and distinctly unpatriotic grasp that Inchcape exercises in respect to exports from the United Kingdom is responsible. In Friday's issue of the 'West' John Scaddan, Minister con trolling our State Steamship Ser vice, had to admit that the 'Kan- garoo' had left for Fremantle, but that she had no cargo of any sort in her holds. Mr. Scaddan (naturally, was it? ) made no excuse for the ridi culous position the 'Kangaroo' had been placed in as a result of the Inchcape boycott., and covers up the issue with a wind}' effusion on the prospects ol trade in the future up Java way. There are some great patriots in Britain right ...
THE MIRROR JUNE 4, 1921. Dr. Jull's Bombshell [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921
JUNE 4, 1921. Dr. Jills Bombshell Mrs. Dr. Roberto Jull, who is the Medical Officer of Schools from Mid land Junction to Fremantle, gave the Commission on Education sitting at Parliament House, 'something to jgo on with,' on Wednesday morning last, when, during an examination, she suggested that greater care or, rather to be exact, 'extreme care,' should be taken at 'the other end,*1 which is London, in the selection of immigrants. Sir William Lathlain and Sir Wal ter James, having a fixed belief In the dogma enunciated by the jingo ditty, 'You can't beat the boys of the bull-dog breed, etc.,' will surely get their backs up and cause them to call for their smelling salts ^vhen the good lady medico's suggestions comes under their notice. To sug gest that Britain breeds incapables— mentally defective and dull crea tures who are duds among their kind, needing sterilisation or segre gation (to prevent them propaga ting their species in this country), and sends them out here as first-cla...
"THE BEST." [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921
'THE BEST.' A city is Judged by the character of its buildings. Spacious and lofty ar chitecture .indicates go ahead and broad minded people. And visitors note and comment freely upon the style and ac commodation of the hotels of the city. It is frankly admitted by oversea trav ellers that the hotel of Perth is the Savoy in Hay-street. Not only do they admire the imposing appearance of the structure, but admit that the interior appointments are equal to any other hotel in Australia. When you add that the capable manager controls a staff to correspond with outside and inside ap pearance there seems nothing more to be said. The Savoy motto is a simple one, 'The Best,' properly supplied, Mr. J. J. Ryan acts up to it.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921
ALES' /5T&0T % 4 *he test in J* Jill SEIBS flrt PIANTS for' garden, farm anx- -% STATION, J^ Illustrated Catalogue Sent POST FREE on application- f . 'Business Address: „- - 200 and 202 Weffinfton Street -. '?? PDBTH.W.A. ? ?
WHEAT WHITTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921
WHEAT WHITTLERS. STONEY, Saturday.— A grave scan dal has been exposed by 'Smith's Weekly.' in the course of an open tetterthey say that Sir Josepk Cook, the Acting Prime Minister, should have known of the sale of 3no.nnn *««= or wneat to Sheppard Harvey and Co., Australian agents for Sanday & Co. Mr. M. Sheppard, the register ed owner ot the concern, is alleged to be a relative by marriage to Sir Joseph Cook. Sir Joseph has been invited to explain the reason as to why Mr Earl, the representative of Sanday and Co., was immediately invited to meet Senator Russell at Mr. Saeppard's in vitation, and the subsequent gratifica tion that manifested itself in the call ing of a special meeting of the Wheat .Board.
COOK'S QUANDARY. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921
COOK'S QUANDARY. M : Mr. Cook is in an ineviable position regarding the approaching re turn of Dr. Mannix. While Mannlx was safely out of ear-shot. Cook, Hughes and the whole yellow pup pack made blood-curdliner noises about what would happen when he caDje^back— or tried to. But now that Dr. MannK is well on his way for our shores, the howl is dropping into minor keys. The lion turns, and the jackals scamper. Briefly put, Cook's problem is to decide whether it is more likely to be dangerous to exclude Mannix. yet fatal to admit him, or merely dangerous to admit nlm, but fatal to exclude him. In other words, he's in a similar situa tion to a man who is offered his choice between strychnine and cyanide, but doesn't know which is whick.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921
,: His Majesty's Theatre J. C. Williamson's Musical Comedy Sensation 'IRENE' . . Commencing . . THURSDAY, JUNE 16* 17 WEEKS HI 8YDNKY. THREE MONTHS IN MELBOURNE. V . . A BRILLIANT ALL NEW CAST OF CHARACTERS. Z . Preferential Plans at Nicholsons. 'r
GRATUITY BOND SCANDALS To-day's Football Results ("The Mirror's" Special Reports) S. Fremantle v E. Perth FREMANTLE OVAL. Umpire: Collins. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921
GRATUITY BOND SCANDAki To-day's Football Results ('The Mirror's' Special Reports) S.FreiflillcvE. Perth FREMANTLE OVAL. Umpire: CoDins. For the fifth consecutive Saturday Jupiter Pluvius left no doubt that foot ball was a winter game. Nevertheless despite the teeming rain and the peals of thunder there was a very fair at tendance at Fremantle when unde teated Young Easts tried conclusions with. South Fremantle. Basts were out well on time, but Souths as usual were late. The teams were as follows: — South Fremantle: Cain (Capt). Tux ford, Bateman, Hawkins, Lutey, Giles, White, Chalmers, Toulden, Camobell -2), Kenny, EUendricks, Hicks, Sun derland, Callow, Adams, Gunnyon. East Perth: McKenzie (capt.), Har rold, Finlay, Brentnall, Herd, King, Oakley, Thomas, Allen. 'Walker, Heb bard, Fry, Owens, Matson. Bowtell, Scott, Maloney,' Si-arrovv. Umpire Collins released the leather at 3.10, and Cain receiving a free sent down to 'Bonnie' Campbell, who opened the scoring sheets with a sin gle....
E. Fremantle v Perth W.A.C.A. GROUND. Umpire: Cooper. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921
E. Frauitie v Perm W.A.C.A. GROUND. , Umpire: Cooper. The red-legs were 'at home' to tto^ strong East Fremantle team tfeis af ternoon. Respite the hei'.vy rain 01 the morning, the ground did not look too bad at the commencement of pl&y. In the blue and white combination Truscott and McGulnness replaced Strang and Castinelli, and the city men's absentees included Stooke, t=ii verstone, G. Walts, whose places were filled by McCamish, Corser, and Ingle. The teams were: — Perth: McKenzie, Corser, Hewson, Hewby (capt.), Jones, Uren, Shacklock, Hoft, Love, Gaynor, A. Watts, McComish, Evans, Oliver, McAuliffe, Menzies, ingle, and McComish. East Fremantle: Bid strup, Brown, Bullaaore, Burns, Cin oris, Clark, Gallagher, Ion, Lowe, Mu die, McGuinness, Rawlinson, Riconi, Talgot, Smith, Wicks, Truscott (capt.), and Fowler. The Perth men kicked towards the. city .end. From the bounce Easts at tacked, but McKenzie saved with a dashing run. Drenching ' rain uovtjset in an with four minutes...
How the Clubs Stand. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921
How the Clubs Stand, Club. P. W. L. PtS. F. A. East Freiuantle .5 4 1 16 2 is m East Perth . .5 4 i 16 271 226 Pertll .... 5 S 3 8 3C9 212 South Fremantle 5 i! 3 8265283 West Perth . . 4 i 3 4 148 186 Subiaco ... 4 1 3 4 184 300 LEADING GOAL-GETTERS. ir. Campbell (S.F.) .. .. io : Evans (P.) ? l-i !; Bidstrip (E.F.) ? 11 Owens (E.P.) ? 9 ; ? * Sheedy (W.P.J ? '? r ?' Bahen (S.) ? 6 ?
McINTOSH MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921
MclNTOSH MEMORIAL. The entertainment, an 'At Home,1' which was being feverishly organised by Mrs. H. V. McLeod (Miss Elsa Lang ley) Tor next Wednesday night at His Majesty's, has been temporarily post poned, or ratucr, will give way to some iliiiig bigger better, and grander, par ticulars of which will be made known Jaler. The immense interest being displayed by various individuals and bodies make the success ol tliis wortfcy movement a foregone conclusion. The whole project of a memorial to the late aviator is going on well, and or ganisation is perlect. With Mr. G. M. Uapp at the helm nothing will be left undone to ensure sufficient spirited co operation to attain an overwhelming result.
Eastern Racing A.J.C. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921
Eastern Racing A.J.C SYDNEY, Saturday. — The A.J.C. June meeting took place to-day in unsettled weather, with the following results: — ' Novice, Handicap, one mile. — o unlock 1, Keneppil 2, Cool Pa 3. 3 to 1 agst Dunlock. AJ.C. Hurdle Race, two miles 3 fur longs. — Oopina 1 Silent Way 2, Mount wood 3. 3 to 1 agst, Oopina. June Stakes, six furlongs. — Blue Baron 1, Gilray 2, Cool Stimulant 3. 8 to 1 agst Blue Baron. First Steeplechase, about 2| miles. — Cotswold 1, Pine Park 2, Miss Rosslyn 3. 6 to 1 agst Cotswold. First Nursery Handicap, 51 furlongs. — Cool Time 1 Tuily Rush 2,' Song Bird 3. , 2 to 1 agst Cool Time. Ellesrnere Handicap, ij miles. — Julia Grey l, Ladiiie Blue 2, Tukaroo and Golaen Cello dead heat. 5 to 2 agst Julia Grey.
Brown Flour's Form Questioned At Headquarters Red Banner Again [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921
Brown Flour's Form Questioned At Headquarters Red Banner Again Under wet and wintry conditions, the W-A.T.C conc'uded their season to-day. - There will be no more racing: on this club's course until October n«xt. The programme consisted .of iiair a dozen events, and horses of the best class. TIM track, though on tne neavy side, nad no 111 effdet on the racing gener ally. The principal evert or tne -lay — tne June Handicap — went to Mr. H. M. Edwards' pony Red Banner, winning in good style. Atter tne third race a -io- ifiil lor 'i .«-r )iai1 rann aurt n«\.uiiuisr passo-i n\cr ti-,o course. Enquiry was opened and adjourned into tne running of Brown Flour. ' ,-J*cLarty, the owner or Foxtrlni, en «m,i protest against Mortey, the rider or' Flippant Rose, for tatertcrence. The protest was dismissed. I. A. Berrv and J. Jeffery were each fined £1 ror change or colours. 1 Mortey was the only boy to ride two - winners. The attendance was very rail* under the wet conditions. WINTER HUROLE RACE...
A.R.C. ANNEXIT WINS THE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Mirror — 4 June 1921
A.R.C. ANNEXIT WINS THE CUP. ADELAIDE Saturday. — The A.R.C. Birthday Meeting was continued to-day ait victoria Park. Results: — Tusmore Welter, one mile. — First Di vision: Benoiri 1, New Shot 2. Powder and Patches 3. Dividend (for £1), £18/12/-. 2nd Division: Called In 1, Mousseline 2, Bon 3. Dividend (for El), *£5/i4/-. Old course Trial, one mile. — BlanK- ni 1, St. Auburn 2, Antonine 3. Divl lend (Tor £1), £7/1/-. Birthday Cup, \\ miles— Annexit 1, Skysail ?, Seaoound 3. Dividends (for El), £16/2/- and £2/11/-. ?Jangr Forwaid Stakes (two-year-old) 64 furlongs. — LioneU Attwell suid Lea beim dead heat, Duke Purple 3. Divi iends (Tor £1), Lionel Attwell £3/3/ Leahehn 183/1/-. ' ' * Jumpers' Flat Race, lj miles — Cat- £lo 1 1. Red Trent i, Money Spider 3. Dividends (for £i), £5/4/-. Norwood Handicap, &i furlongs ? meTxSlLot J' BoDma 2. Wantanbone 3. Dividend (for t\, £7/6/-.