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SHRIEKS AND FREAKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 3 October 1920

SHRIEKS AND FREAKS. Said tie bloque to the porter:— 'How much does a rail weigh.?' Porter 'said he dunno. Said the bloque: 'Nice feller you are. You work on the railways and you don't know how much & rail Wteighs.' There's a residential terrace la Perth called Devonshire Plate- It. is inhabited chiefly by toaey doc* tors. We presume the name refen to their patients.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Mimes, Mummers and Melody-Makers [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 3 October 1920

Niies, Manure aniMctoff-Mifters . . . ., w A new burlesque act has been in troduced into the programme at the Shaftesbury in the - turn by 'Disastrous ' and Filbister,' whom Shaftesbury fans will readily recog ? nise. It is genuinely funny, and re freshingly so, too. . Mabel Morgans should hit the crowd at the Shaftesbury next Fri day. This dainty lady has a great reputation over East, and will un doubtedly make good in Perth. Last night's 'All Diggers' pro duction of Mdlle Mimi was a glow ing hilarious triumph, and a large audience including many diggers and brass hats went away tired of laughing at the comedy presented. Into a 'slight' plot, which opens in an estament kept by Mdle. Mimi, a wealth of songs and humour has been introduced that is among the best comedy we have seen in Perth. Lindsay Kemble as the Mademois elle, was great, and never over did the part. Kemble is just about topnotch as a female impersonator, and the broad comedy of George Jennings was all that was claime...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Sub-Rosa [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 3 October 1920

Sub- Rosa The Gadfly is of the opinion that a little mutual compliment between husband and wife would sweeten, our days. The following lines he presents as a sample to his readers. There being no copyright, readers are welcome to try the experiment on 'their other selves.' - TO MY WIFE. Tis many long years since we „. started to climb The hill of 'two in one.' rhe path way that leads though the way be steep To the peak of the setting sun. Fhough shadows have often obscur ed our way, Aod oft have our hearts been faint. Vet we've plodded along, 'ever hand in hand,' Nor grumbled nor made com plaint, For we grew together in peace ful ways, And true comradehood bright en our doleful day6. How often when calumny reared its head . And poverty mocked with it? frown. We have chatted together the pn5s and cons, Then quietly smiled them down. When friends whom we loved have been taken away By death with his sickle keen, With hearts that were sad we have wandered in thought, Through the land of...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Fremantle Fragments [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 3 October 1920

f remaotle Fragments I Beer's gone up— at the Workers' I Uub, too. . . where it was wont 1 to go down. 1 Bill Reaiton leaves for the East 1 ^riy this month, on a double shift I — O.B.U. Conference and Waterside I Workers' Executive. J Wednesday next, being show ' night, there will be a long lone rught at the Trades Hall dance ~- Jazzing till the wee sma1 hours. '* Geo John reckons he once had 1 a cockatoo, but it got to* hot— ask '?- George himself. 1 Patsy o' the National (the Dark Lady of the Sonnets in truth) is real dinkum Irish, and NOT semi- 3 tic as that Wicked Dan declares— ^ but don't mention it to Patsy for '? safety sake. The Hide and Skin Store bloques *£d. a ]™e stop-work meeting on Wednesday, and nothing doin' in ' ^way of work on Thursday, DES- ! FilE the injunctions of the Perth - irades Hall Committee to 'let :. wiser counsels prevail.' ^ 'Tis said that Mr. McCartney now wants to meet the Tally Clerk's Exe cutive to discuss the matter in the Jurors last Sunday Fragm...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 3 October 1920

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Midland Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 3 October 1920

Midland Notes Au revoir — skating. There is a family, well known in Bellevue, who bear the name of Nun. No relation to the escaped Nun. The Council, which cannot afford to keep the roads in decent repair, and have not the necessary cash or energy to attend to stinkyig drains, run four horses in the night cart. Two would be quite sufficient. It must be understood that per sonal pars, in this column are writ ten, innocent of the slightest tinge of malice, and in a spirit of fun and levity. Public men and public bodies are open to criticism, and if they object to publicity, they must be afraid of disclosures, which means a guilty conscience. Sim. Jones and Charlie Mountjoy are dead ring doubles. Both should take first prizes in a bald head competition. ? Jack Somerton grew a ziff. But the wind blew so hard it blew all the face fungus off. Is Jack cultivat ing Sherlock Holmes disguises? Talking about ziffs, Hughie Rowe has much sympathy for the bewhis kered Salvanny bloke. Hughie reckon...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Garden Gossip [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 3 October 1920

Garden Gossip (By 'Homer.') The weather has. been fav ourable for the growth of all kinds of plant life, but the occasional touches of warm spring weather during the past fortnight have had a tendency to extract much of the moisture from the ground, and in light sandy soils, it has been found necessary to resort to artificial wat ering. ? *j Such plants 'as Cabbage, Cauliflow er, Garden Swedes, Turnips, etc., as a result of the warm weather are inclined to run to seed, and one* this tendency is exhibited it is no use further persevering with their cultivation. Much improvement may be effected with root crops, by the careful selection of seeds, and our readers are advised only to pur chase their seeds from reliable and established firms. All reputable seedsmen -are now paying great attention to the selec tion of seed, as it is of great advan tage to the grower to obtain tested strains. No effort should be spared to keeping the garden free from weeds, which have grown apace during Jhe...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FASHION. House-Frock Versus Overall. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 3 October 1920

FASHION. House-Frock Versus Overall. The way to make frocks last and look well to the end, is to Iteep them as free as possible of dust, to brush them before putting them away after wear, and to protect them with an overall when doing work of a dusty nature. Also, in regard to outdoor costumes and dresses, these should be removed and hung up when the wearer re turns to the house, and should not be worn any longer than possible in doors. Equal care should be tak en of clothes when 'worn and when put away. Blouses that have had very little wear often look very* much crushed and creased by ths manner in which they have been put away, while others that may have been worn a great deal, but that have been carefully hung up, look fresh for months. The best way to keep blouses is to put them away on a blouse-hanger. As most women nowadays do their own house-work, or at least a considerable part of it, the house hold overall is a necessary feature of a woman's wardrobe. Casement cloth in gre...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE SCHOOL FOR SWEETHEARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 3 October 1920

TBE SCHOOL FOR SWEET HEARTS. — u — I'm told that they're starting a school, Where young lovers will quickly be taught, The whole art of courtship, by rule; And to do just the things that they ought. 'But will they, I wonder, be told how to spot The things they ought not? Some aged professor, no doubt, Who has been a gay dog in his daj', Will impressively lecture about How to glance, when to smile, what to say. But I should like to know, when he talks of a kiss, If he'll give it a miss! Yet somehow I can't seem to see Huge mobs of young folk crowd ing in, To hear a professor; 'twould be Hard work even fdS Elinor Glyn, To gather a hall-full of listening lovers— In spite of her covers. « No! While there are lanes and a park, And sunsets and light o'the moon, I am perfectly sure it!s no good To proffer this lecturing boon, To those who prefer for them selves to discover The ways of a lover! Mr., Mrs., and Baby Lester-Brown leave by the Karoola, 'to^ return home. The\r have made many fri...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Belmont Bangs [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 3 October 1920

Belmont Bangs (Bv 'Solon.') The Redcliffe flirt is going strong with the merry widow. Look out for squalls. A Jug and Bottle Club has been formed at Victoria Park East, now that the brewery has put up the price of tangle foot. A local churchman will be cited as co-re, shortly. Wowserism has fallen again. Electric light at last. Albert Rowe calculates getting the trams within two years. Wake, brethren, wake. Wake has turned the Liberals down, and is getting a go on for Clydesdale. More Bridges. Danny Hehir is the accepted G.O.M. of Belmont. Good on yer, Dan. Bushranger Wallace is the most officious pea nut in these parts. Would have made a good 'jonnop.'' We have the best main road in WJl. Perth C.C. owns the worst piece of xoad in the Commonwealth, viz., be tween the Causeway and the Red Castle Brewery. Paddy Bolger is the most careful motor driver in the world, and pos sibly the slowest. M.L.C. Duffell is advocating 48 hours work a week for horses. Some of the stable lads out here ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Bastille KNOWN AS CLAREMONT HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 3 October 1920

The Bastille — \j — KNOWN AS CLAREMONT HOS PITAL FOB THE INSANE. On Thursday -afternoon was giv en notice and first reading of 'An Act to amend the Lunacy Act, 1903.' It was high time! The report of the Select Committee on the Asylum was made on Novem ber 11 last year, and despite both tbe imputations . of inefficiency, which the disclosures left on that person (J. T. Anderson), who is known as Inspector-General of the Insane, and the absolute urgency of some alteration beine made, it was not until Thursday that notice was given of any measure being brought in to give any effect whatever to the Committee's recommendation. For that time the ravages of An derson and his satellites have gone unchecked, although the unenviable publicity he received last year has in a slight degree brought about some small change in the treat ment of the unfortunate patients and prisoners. The terms of the Bill have not yet been made public, but it is certain that it allows for the transfer pf control of...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Labour Notes' [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 3 October 1920

Labour Notes' (By 'Spartacus.') Texas Green, MX.A., gave a splen did account of himself on Sunday night at the Literary Institute. The Single Tax questioners were ans wered effectively. Ben. Jones made good on the 'Nard in the afternoon on the sub ject of 'Loafers.' Mr. A. Needham, who is some times confused with the ex-Senator, is the speaker at the Literary Insti tute to-night. Our friend is one of the best in presenting a case from the platform. Mr. Needham excels in many departments. Ho is good with his pen, can write a splendid article or anecdote. The brush is also an instrument where by he can further demonstrate his versatility. The public are advised to spend an hour to advantage at the Institute, when a lecture will be given by Mr. Needham entitled 'Spiritualism ? Fact, Fraud, or Fallacy.' The Master Bakers have offered an increase of 10/- per _week to their employees. This generosity nearly overcomes us. No doubt the Food Price Fixing Commissioner will be given an early c...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 3 October 1920

THE ESPLANADE HOTEL, FREMANTLE. Proprietor: TOM KELLY. (Late of the Grand Central; Perth. i BEST SPIRITS STOCKED. SWAN BEER ONLY. j _i. HAVE A SPOT? LET'S GO DOWN TO THE FREEMASON'S HOTEL, South Terrace, Fremantle. Swan Beer and Other Dinkuxa Drinks. CHARLIE ROBINSON, Proprietor. utpimnom WELLINGTON-STREET, PERTH. A LEADING CITY HOUSE. , Close to Station. EVERYTHING RIGHT UP TO DATE. J. MOYLAN. GARRY STACK'S SAVOY CAFE, (Downstairs), Next Metropole Hotel, HAY-STREET. * A Princely Meal at a Popular Price. Goldfields Club Hotel CORNER PIER AND WELLING TON-STREETS. Swan and Union Ale on Draught. WHEN OUT EAST CALL AT PLYMPTON HOTEL For Cheerful Refreshment JIM DURKIN, Proprietor. TERMINUS HOTEL, * PACKENHAM-STREET. FREMANTLE. Swan Beer. Good Service and Bed- ' deuce, TOM STACK, Proprietor. ' CALL AT THE CARLTON The Cosy Corner HoteL * 6ODERICH-STREET, E. PERTH. THE STOCKS ARE GOOD-OH! JACK GREEN, Proprietor. HIS MAJESTY'S HOTEL; FREMANTLE. Residential HoteL Night Porter. NED STACK, Pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 3 October 1920

THE OCEANIC HOTEL, COTTESLOE BEACH. A Superlative Residential Hotel. GEO. GREENWELL, Proprietor. MHAHBBABAB3 ROYAL ARCADE. M. DE PEDRO .... Proprietor. Free Lunch. Finest Wines. Union and Swan Beer on Draught. CENTRAL HOTEL. PERTH. Right Opposite Railway Station. DANIEL MULCAHY, Proprietor. CHAS. E. GOSDEN, Manager. MIDLAND JUNCTION. The Commercial Hotel OPPOSITE THE STATION. Residential, Up-to-Date, and Comfortable. Swan Beer. H. S. JONES. Proprietor. BOOTS AND SHOES. BACK TO PRE-WAR PRICES. CALL AND LET ME PROVE IT. You Can't get a better Repair than from E. RETCHFORD, 8th. AVENUE, MAYLANDS.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 3 October 1920

Have You dot a Chart? EPSOM AND METRO. Cf iineM am Melbourne cups— also local The 'W DOUBLE, franantle Sufficient Address: 'W' DOUBLE, FBEBLAKTIiZ.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 3 October 1920

YOU GET A NICE COMFORT ABLE ROOM, COOL BALCO NIES, EVERY HOME ADVANT AGE, WITH THE FINEST OF LIQUOR AT S. J. ULLIS' HOTEL, NEWCASTLE and LAKE STS. .. BILLIARDS. BERT WEAVER, PRINCESS SALOON, FREMANTLE. Largest and Most Up-to-Date in Town. Twelve Tables. J. BALFOUR COMMISSION AGENT, MARKET-STREET, ? . FREMANTLE. I Communicate With Hobart.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 3 October 1920

Where the Tender Steaks and Prime Joints Are: J. T. MELLEH Opposite STATION, MAYLANDS. CASH BUTCHER. TBY US. H. H. FOLUHCTON COACH and MOTOR BODY BUILDER and GENERAL BLACKSMITH. Corner ADELAIDEwind QUEEN VICTORIA-STREETS, FREMANTLE. S. BEECROFT * BUTCHER, 181 ROKIBY-EOAD, SUBIACO. ONLY PRIME FRESH-SILLED MEAT 'SOLD. Phone 1341. FOR GOOD BREAD. C. M. REGAN, BAKER. EAST FREMANTLE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 3 October 1920

COMMERCIAL HOTEL FREMARTLE. The Port's Leading Hotel. JOE STRONG, Proprietor.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 3 October 1920

ptf your need FURNITURE, CROCKERY, HOUSEHOLD FUR FN1SHINGS, Men and Boys' SUITS; Ladies' DUST COATS, etc., I A. Macrow & Sons Pty. Ltd. p ? THE EASY TERMS PEOPLE. KCajTaupply Ton Satisfactorily. Terms: 4s., in the. SI Deposit. [{Weekly Payments According to Value of Purchases. ['Note Addresses: 839 HAT-STREET, PERTH; 77 MARKET I STREET, FBEMANTLS; KALGOORUS, BOULDER. Agents I at NORTHAM and TORE. FURNITURE FACTORY, IS FITZ | GERALD-STREET. 'Phones, AS540, Perth; B783, Fremantle. | SAVOY HOTEL I This Modern and most Elegantly-Famished and Up-to-Date Hotel Is complete m every detail, and, under its capable management, the §tamiorte of a Perfect Home are assured. The Cuisine and Service will Compare favourably with any Hotel in England, America, or the Con tinent. Ring 'Phone A1047, or Telegraph £ 'SAVOY HOTEL, PERTH.' b ? ! ? : — '' : ! I BOWRA & ODEA t , UNDERTAKERS ft GENERAL FUMTEE.AI. FUK-NISHEJRS ffiGSDAR, OAK and JARRAH COFFINS ALWAYS U* STOCK. pfote the Address—...

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SNUB-N0SA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 3 October 1920

SNUBNOSA Last night our Mayor made a speech to plead for re-election, and swear he'd make the town a peach and rule it to perfection. The old town hall was jammed with folks when Mr. Town Clerk Bold announced the speaker with some jokes that were extinct and old. It seems the local band was out — but recently created — and spilled some sour notes about, of music mu tilated. . ^Xhe noise the players made was psbk and very wild and awful; it sounded like a bunch of junk or something else unlawful. So much that when the mayor rose to institute his stumping the sweat was rolling off his nose, and all his nerves were jumping. He got o fussed his thoughts elop - ed and very nearly wrecked him; he could but mutter that he hoped the town would re-elect Viim Lath now admits the speech he wrote as great'ahd few could beat it, but much regrets he lost his goat and couldn't quite repeat it. ~ But of the meeting oae still hears There's nothing that need shame We finished up with three laud cheer...

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