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THE TURF [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920

THE TURF Goodwood Race Club's meeting next Saturday. ? ? ? Owing to expecting a huge assem blage Secretary 'Clydie' has arranged to hold the meet on Belmont's course. » ? * An excellent programme is promised, including the Prince of Wales Handi cap, to be run over a mile and a quar ter course. ? ? * Excellent acceptances were received for the above event, and a most excit ing finish is expected. ? ? ? The following 19 horses remain in: — Gold Coin, 9.3; Quatale, 9.0;' Baims worth, Azamor, 7.12; Nystad, 7.11; Munjardy, 7.9; Tom Castro, rehandi capped, 7.8; Lustroso, 7.7; Coomalga, Susarion, 7.5; Hardy Norseman, 7.4; Bardeur, 72; Observation, Acclivity, 6.11; Spyacope, Burniaco, Spring mount, Sir Thomas, Lady A.B., 6.7 \ ? ? ? The winner appears well hidden, but I will 'plonk' for Nystad, with Tom Castro and Bamsworth to fill the minor positions. ? * * Jockey Cracknell sailed for India last week, and it is reported that McKenna is leaving for Africa shortly.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FOOTBALL HOW THE CLUBS STAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920

FOOTBALL HOW THE CLUBS STAND. P. W. L. Pts. East Perth ? 7 5 2 20 Subiaco ? 7 4 3 16 Perth ? 7 4 3 16 West Perth ? 7 4*3 16 E. Fremantle .... 7 2 5 8 S. Fremantle ...... 7 2 5 8 P. W. L. D. Pts. Perth City .... 8 7 0 1 15 Claremont ? 8 6 0 2 14 Thistle .. ..' .... 8 5 2 1 11 Rangers ? 8 5 3 0 10 Glebe ? 8 4 2 2 10 Casuals ? 8 3 3 2 8 College ? 7 3 4 0 6 Perth ? 8 1 7 0 2 Fremantle ? 7 0 6 1 I H.FI ? 8 07 1 1 Is one of the functions of 'Digger' Pearce's visit to the West to officially close down the Base Hospital?

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Points for Punters TROTTING [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920

Points for Punters TROTTINO The West Australian Trotting Asso ciation will hold a special -.'race meet ing on Friday night next, in honour of the Prince of Wales' visit/: ? ? ? The Prince will be in .''attendance, and a seven-event programme has been framed for the occasion, includ ing the Prince of Wales Cup, of one and a half miles, carrying .a prize of 250 sovs., for horses that can travel at a 225 rate, or better. ? ? ? #! The following are the handicaps for the principal event:— Desire, Reindeer, Gracewood, Steel Beu, scr.; .Craboon, Tommy Tiddler, 10; Merton Wilkes. 30; Coora Direct, Breeze, 35; Consul, 40; Saucy Girl, 55; Cole Queen, Yun dah Boy, 60; Vic Alto, Alfred Donald, 65; Percy, 70. ♦ . ? ? At the time of writing the quotations on offer are: — 4 to 1 Merton Wilkes; 5, Vic Alto; 10, Gracewood, Percy, Reindeer, or Yundah Boy; 12, Breeze I or Steel Bell; 14, Cole Queen, Coora Direct, or Saucy Girl; 16, Craboon; 20, Tommy Tiddler, Desire, or Alfred Don ald; 25, Consul. Acc...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
People About and About People [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920

People About and About People i ? Gone West. William-street chemist Louis Landauer. All who knew him will sincerely deplore the loss of a good friend and citizen. ? ? * Obit. — Squatter Sam Phillips, who for many years represented the Irwin in the Legislative Assembly, was asso ciated with the Emanuel Bros, in many squattages and in partnership with them raced many good horses, notably Prophecy and Annapolis. His mother was the first white child bom in Wes tern Australia. 'A jovial hospitable fellow, he was well liked by all who knew him. In Parliament he was numbered among the 'Where's Jack' crowd. ? ? ? Bookmaker-Financier Bill Lean thir ty odd years ago was in the front rank of Australian middle-weight boxers. His most important and certainly most sensational battle was that in Sydney with the renowned Jack Molloy, whom he defeated in a few rounds. ? ? ? The -taany friends of Mr. W. A. Grenike, formerly of the Hotel Metro pole, will be gratified to learn that he has almost comple...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Eastern Racing Rosehill Meeting. FLYING HANDICAP WON BY VOLPI. Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920

ILastern ?Racing RoseHiU Meeting. FLYING HANDICAP WON BT VOLPt Sydney, Saturday. In fine weather the Rosehffl Racing Club held a meeting to-day. Following are the results: — HURDLE RACE.— Two miles. FRIGATE BIRD ? 1 Cordon ? 2 Some Rep ? 3 Betting: 5 to 1 agst Frigate Bird. FLYING HANDICAP.— Six furlongs. VOLPI ? 1 Julian Grey ? 2 Nautch Girl ? 3 Bettng: 5 to 1 agst Volpi. JUVENILE STAKES— Six furlongs. ALAPAKI .. .' ? ..? 1 Clargoon ? 2 Patrine ? ; ? ?? 3 Betting: 33 to 1 agst Alapaki. ROSEHILL HANDICAP.^-One and a quarter mile. KING ARTHUR ? 1 SwiftShot ? 2 Ian 'Or ? ?? ?? 3 Betting: 12 to 1 agst. King Arthur. GRANVILLE STAKES.— Seven fur longs. First Division. QUICKSTITCH ? 1 , Whetlow ? ? Rosebar ? ; .. ?? ;?? ?? \ Betting: 7 to 4 agst. Quickstitch. Second Oiisionr _ JSBEYARROW ? 1-- '*— ' Ray Wallace ? ? ? - ? * Erootn, ? ?? ?? ?? A Betting: 9 to 1 agst. Grey Arrow. RYDALSMERE MILE. TAPIOCOA ? I Carabogt ? * Daring . .- ? ? * *. ? ? * Betting: 12 to 1 agst. Tapiocoa.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920

QfanyGjrareffes Read the following: Testimonial Mr. J. M. Rees: Dear Sir,— I have been a sufferer from ; Catarrh for some thirteen years, having become very deaf for *''' seven years. Since using Roscoe's Catarrhal Cigarettes, my catarrh has disappeared. I am quite robust again, and can hear distinctly. Anyone wishing to verify my statement can obtain an interview with me by asking Mr. Rees to arrange same. — Yours faithfully, (Sgd.) G. B. 2/fi Per OF ALL - - Mml w Packet CHEMISTS Or obtainable Direct from Local Agent — J. M. REES, Chemist, High Street, Fremantle.

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At Williamstown. OOPINA WINS THE HURDLES. Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920

At iWilliamstown. OOPINA WINS THE HURDLES. Melbourne, Saturday. The above club's Winter Meeting took place today, and attracted a large attendance. Following are the results: — MAIDEN HURDLES.— Two miles. SWORDSTROKE ? 1 Singels .. ? \ Best Steel ? ? ? ? ? » Betting: 20 to 1 agst Swordstroke. WINTER HANDICAP —Six furlongs. TRAGIC STAR .. ...??? J Grey Abbey ? *? Waniel ? 6 Betting: 9 to 4 agst. Tragic Star. PORT PHILIP HURDLES. — Two miles. i OOPINA ? « ? 1 Mabri .. ?? ? \ Shadow Dancer .. .. :. ?? * Betting: 6 to 1 agst Oopina. WILLIAMSTOWN STEEPLECHASE. — About two miles. MOUNTAIN GOD ? 1 Phoebus Lad ? 2 McAlpin ? .? ? 3 Betting: 2 to 1 agst. Mountain God. POINT COOK HANDICAP.— U miles. COLBERT ? 1 Court Jester ? 2 Ashview ? ????.:??? 3 Betting: 4 to 1 agst. Colbert. ESPLANADE WELTER.— One mile. RED SIGNAL ? 1 ^f ing Kora ? 2 ^5rction ? 3 Betting: 3 to 1 agst. Red Signal. The Midland Junction Councillors have gone to sleep, or are they just day-dreaming of Princes? Now that the wi...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Helena Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920

Helena Vale. ROULEAU AGAIN—VERY FAITHFUL TOO GOOD— DELL ROSE SUR PRISES— ACCUVITT AT LAST— THE CONSISTENT YARDIE— , CHANDAIL BOBS UP— LADY A.B. TAKES THE WELTER. The Helena Vale Racing Club's June meeting held yesterday was interfered with by rain. The track was rather sloppy, but the racing proved interest ing. Acclivity captured the principal event from the favourite, Tom Castro, with Lord Strathburg third. As usual the genial. Jack Hayes had everything in apple-pie order, and only the elements were to blame if the crust was somewhat sodden. Following are the results: — GUILDFORD HURDLE RACE, of 90 sovs.; second 15. and third 10 sovs. from stake; about two miles. W. J. Murphy's ROULEAU, by Kenilworth— Goldgrip, 9.13 (War naminde) ? ; ? 1 E. W. Hocking's Good Turn, 9.0 (Leonard) ? 2 T. Hinde's Jerilderie, 8.12 (Dono van) ? 3 Other starters: Barlo-werie, 10.7; Yarandale, 10£; Captain Alcock, 9.6; Ittitox, 9.0. Dividends (for 10/-): S.O. £1/13/-: Place, 15/-, 34/-, 22/-. V Betting: 3...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920

ALBERT & SON, LTD., MM «M MUSIC STONES. 180 Nirrtp Street, (Near Boons) Oub Only Address. Supply ALL BOOKS and MUSIC advertised elsewhere at lowest prices. Books and Music procured from any part of the Earth — and in any language. . ALL MAGAZINES, PAPERS, MUSIC, Etc, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Catalogues Free ? But you must address all Letters, etc., to Albert & Son, Ltd., 18O Hurray Street, Box 57 G.P.O., Perth. This ensures safe delivery and prompt attention by our Mr. Albert himself MIDLAND JUNCTION. The Commercial Hotel OPPOSITE THE STATION. Residential, Up-to-Date, and Comfort able. Swan Beer. H. S. JONES, Proprietor. The Cheapest House for F u vniture Is R. L. Newman's at Subiaco EVERYTHING REQUIRED IN A HOME IS PURCHASED DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS, WHERE POSSIBLE, WHETHER LOCAL OR ABROAD. Centrally Situated for Metropolitan Area, and SAVING the very costly City Expenses. WE ARE PREPARED TO SUPPLY A SINGLE ARTICLE OR COM PLETE HOME AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES And gi...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES ON YESTERDAY'S RACING [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920

NOTES ON YESTERDAY'S RACING tor the Hurdles Rouleau opened at a to 2, and with the backing of Yar randale and Barlo-werie eased to threes. Rouleau although he hit a few of the battens, finished nicely, and won with a little to spare. Very Faithful was first out in the First Class Plate, and led all the way winning very easily. Osseo should win next up. ^pjow^c wrfs pouncea upon as a good thing for the Second Class Plate but never flattered his admirers, the w,u?ne» turninS up in an 8 to 1 chance Dell Rose. The Bellevue Handicap brought out eight runners, and Tom Castro tried hard to hit the front early, but it was not until the four furlongs post that he was actually in the lead. Coming down the straight he iooked all over a winner, when Acclivity put in a great run and won on the post. p-^f'Se -as t** test ba«ked in the First Division of the Third Class Plate and at one time did not look to have a hundred to one chance, but ones heads were turned for home, he made 'enShs winning ve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920

THE GREAT WINTER CLEARANCE SALE AT J. K PELLEW -& CO. is now in Full Swing. For this week we are making still FURTHER REDUCTIONS in Ladies' Coats and Costumes, Millinery and Blouses, Dress Goods and Silks. Be well advised and BUY NOW while the opportunity is open and the values are so good. J. H. PELLEW & Co., Fremantle Of Course You Know The Great Super-Annual anpflt SHU Free GUt Distriintton of ^fc L worth of goods given free for every £2 you ; spend to-morrow at The Greoter I. Biwishows 1 United, Fremantle. Something for Nothing. To all, this means at least a saying of 33 1-3 ^*-~'g-er cent, of all purchases in all Departments at The Greater Braishtws liHtd ? At the Criterion Hotel, Hayjstreet.— ? Swan Beer at its best. Reg. Harrison, B proprietor. \.

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The Sunday Mirror PERTH, SUNDAY, JUNE 27th., 1920 A MAN SHOULD NEVER WHINE! [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920

tEbe Suntepg /Rirtor PERTH, SUNDAY, JUNE 27th., 1920 A MAN SHOULD NEVER WHINE! Joseph Furphy — or, to give him his pen-name — Tom Collins, gave Aus tralia an excellent poem, and, incidentally, provided 'The Sunday ^ Mirror' with a sound slogan, when he wrote 'A Man Should Never Whine.' Winners are a detestable curse to any country, and so far as Western Australia is concerned, The Mirror begs leave to doubt whether all the avowed enemies of the State, internal or external, have done it a fraction the harm inflicted by its whining pseudo-friends Certain species of whiners are world-wide in distribution; others of the genus represented in our midst appearto constitute the private and particular scourges of our own State. The Mirror is out to scotch both varieties, but muic especially we miiei. The Mirror believes in Western Australia; believes in it as a country cap able of standing on its own feet with the best in the world; as a country capable of becoming, in the best of all senses...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920

WATCH FOR £ MOFFAT'S BOMB (Successors to ROBERTSON & MOFFAT).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920

K The I. JJ.Bendon | Shoe Store L High Street, 1 Fremantle. I -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920

B-^^ _ _ _ ^^ j ? . ? ^- * Made-to-Order Serge Suits KB A MM A /* 'W A from £6/6/ ;^H ':^H j^P^H ^^^^^H ^^^Bk ^^Sk A4^lfll ;fl iflffiS ApKtttfi - BBVUAI* Our Tailoring Department has just received another shipment of AUS '^K^H S-|H ^|^H ' ^^fc -9Wl»llll I IHIIII IIIll' '^tcHU ' TRALIAN SERGES, which is being offered at from £6 6s. per Suit. :^Hg^H j^K^^I '^H^B -B'fl ^#|r%wllll M WIVllII^ ^^?m*WM. These Suits are made to order in our own Workrooms on the premises. '^^Bjjj^^B' B^^^^H ' sV'^^Bb V^^^Bf i Owing to the big rise in Australian Woollens this will be the last oppor JvBBBBV BTff^BM bV v^H ▼^B^B' ? ' f ; . . tunity of purchasing at these present Special Prices. If you want to save '^BJB^r ' ?V:''''wJBY BJB «Bb ^B^^r 'T^''^™''''™''''™''''?™™'™™? '^ft*1 here is your chance. s ? ^ - ; * .. ' Patterns and Self Measurement Forms on Application.

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Pars—Pungent and Polite [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920

Pars — Pungent and Polite Mr. S. W. McBrown, the D.P. (Daily Press — no relation to D.T.) tells us, is responsible for securing police protec tion for Nedlands. Now what has Smac Brown been doing? ? ? a When you go out in a motor car, and get lost, and eventually find your self — in the papers — take care to choose an occasion when your own wife hap pens to accompany you. * * ? A tragic-farce in acts: — Act 1 — Watt resigns. Act 2 — Hughes explains. Act 3 — Hughes explains his explana tion. Act 4— Watt explains away Hughes' explanation of his explana tion. Act 5— Hughes explains Wants' ex plaining away of etc., etc. Act 6— But there, Watts the Hughes? * * * The 'Young Labour League' re cently formed at Fremantle has proved a boom right from the start. Some four score young men and women — most of them not in the least of the run-in-a-groove Trades Hall type foregather every Sunday and various week days for a little frivolity and a little serious chat. With the sublime cheek of youth...

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A MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920

A MESSAGE. The information that a new journal, devoted to the interests of the Peo ple, is to be started is indeed pleasant news. The one prevailing misfor tune so far as the People's advancement is concerned is the lack of know ledge of those facts and principles which form* the foundation of the great evolutionary movement which receives such various names as Demo cracy, the Labour Party, or Socialism, and which has in view the abolition of the present ruling conceptions of the right of the few to exploit the in dustry and happiness of the many. To aim at spreading light, so that the darkness of the hour may be dissipated, or even to have no further aim than to tell the truth without prejudice, is an aim that I indeed hope will succeed. I cannot remember a time when less honesty prevailed in the Press of all our great cities, when facts were so suppressed or distorted, and public men apotheosised or degraded to the position of fiends incarnate according to the need of the argument...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920

/CHEVROLET performance is a matter of pridefui tradition with us and an accepted matter of fact with the general public. So it is to the added refinements of comfort and accessibility and beauty that we call your attention in considering the new Chevrolet models* Skipper Bailey Motor Co., Ltd. Distributing Agents, The Mirror will Reflect You as Well-Suited after a visit to ? J. J. SNIGG (SO Barrack and Murray Streets The Clothier and Outfitter Everything in MEN'S WEAR in Stock from a Bootlace to an Overcoat. If Your Gramophone ? ? or ? ? Phonograph Requires Repairing Send it to the Phonograph and Typewriter Co. 10 CENTRAL ARCADE, Perth. FISHER BEARD & Cos ANNUAL WINTER SALE^partISnTs -— - NOW OP? NOW ON ? REDUCED PRICES IN ? _ Manchester Goods, Dress Goods, Laces, Ribbons and Furs Hosiery and Gloves, Ladies* Millinery, Coats, Costumes and Underclothing' FISHER BEARD, & CO., Adelaide St., Fremantle HOTEL PERTH BARRACK and MURRAY-STREETS. The Central and Most Commodiou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920

Grand Shoe Arcade 155 Hi|h street, nvmitle. The Home of HigH-Class Footwear. THE ESPLAMA©E , «?TEL, FREMANTLE. Proprietor: TOM KELLY, (Late of the Grand Central, Perth.) BEST SPIRITS STOCKED. SWAN BEER ONLY. j GARRY STACK'S .j SAVOY CAFE, i 1 (Downstairs) Next Metropole Hotel, i HAY-STREET. . [ A Princely Meal at a PopuksJ?rice. TOWER HOTEL, WEST PERTH. The place to call the house to meet your friends. ERNIE McGRADE, Proprietor. HIS MAJESTY'S HOTEL, FREMANTLE. Residential Hotel. Night Porter. ^1 NED STACK, Proprietor. BILLIARDS. BERT WEAVER, PRINCESS SALOON, FREMANTLE. Largest and Most Up-to-Date in Town. Twelve Tables. Give us a Trial— no Satisfaction no Payment. ALHAMBRA DINING ROOM, 32 HENRY-STREET, FREMANTLE. Reopened. All Meals, Is. Tea and Toast, 6d. , SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY. THE MARGARINE MANUFAC TORY, VICTORIA-AVENUE NORTH FRE MANTLE. JOHN ADAMS, Proprietor. HOTEL FBEKAJTT&S A Popular House for Residence and ] Refreshments. BILLY BOULTER, The Cheery Proprietor. H. H....

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