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PLIX [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 10 October 1920
\s ? ~ The first stall to atract the eye in the Show is the Plix Electric Light and Power Plant. This won derful little plant is seen running the Hannaford Wheat Pickler. Judging from the interested expres sion of country spectators, this new and quick method of treating wheat hit the' farmer right where he lives. By pressing a button electric lights, fans, irons, cookers, etc., were suc cessfully operated by the Plix. 16 Willard batteries are used for power storage, 1,250 watts, are de veloped. A bell rings when bat teries are getting low. A press on a button and the machine recharges them, stopping automatically when they are filled. This machine is built like a motor. ? Bosch mag-^ neto, Schebler carburettor, water cooled from radiator. Has a pul ley wheel that can be attached to any belt driven machine. It will run any machine up to 3-horse power. The engine is four cycle, givr ing a steady current, and will run for two years without attention. Great possibilities are now' opene...
THE SHOW Good Exhibits and a Stingy Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 10 October 1920
THE SHOW Good Exhibits and a Stingy Society. What is regarded on the Coast as the principal event of the year — the Royal 7-Agricultural Show — came and went this week crowned with success, or what the Society's Com mittee of Management regard as the equivalent of success — substantial financial results. The exhibits un doubtedly reflected the great pro ducing qualities of the State and the energies of our producers. The public gave its patronage unstint edly, and manifested its interest in this now firmly established annual exhibition. So that it may be said the show management had nothing to complain of on the score of in terest shown by the producers and the public. They did their duty. We cannot say so much for the magnanimity of the shrewd gentle men who managed the business of the exhibition. The Society is, we understand, the third oldest in the Commonwealth, and should have a good status in that regard. As a quasi-public utility, dependent on public patronage for its mainten...
Racing Comments CANNING PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 10 October 1920
Racing Comments CANNING PARK. (By 'Cricklewood, Jun.') Despite the inclement weather there was a fair attendance at Can ning Park yesterday. Proceedings opened with the Gos nells Hurdle Race, for which there were eight starters (Miamui and Amiens being withdrawn). Bookmakers offered fours the field. Lock Sure was the first to be sup ported at that price, and hardened to threes, but with the backing of a new one to metropolitan courses — Warflanre — at sevens down to sev en to two, caused Loch Sure to ease to 7 to 2, at which price the pair disputed favouritism at barrier rise. Explore v was well backed at fives and fours, while there was a little for Captain Alcock and Yarrandale at sevens and sixes respectively. After going about a furlong Explore went to the front from Warplane and Lock Sure, with Warambie far in the rear. At the far side of the course Lord Strathburg ran up to the leaders, but jumped very badly, eventually losing his rider. Three furlongs from home Lock Sure and ...
SOMETHING UNIQUE IN GOODS. So Good That Merchants Are Not Anxious to Posh—They Last Too Loner. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 10 October 1920
SOMETHING UNIQUE IN GOODS. So Good That Merchants Are Not Anxious to Push— They Last Too Loner. A new use has been found for scrap steel, old rifle barrels, etc. These articles used to be thrown out or buried. An enterprising Westralian, Mr. G. F. Best, Hens man-road, Subiaco, is now making whipple trees, advantage plates, dees, eyebolts, equalisers, all sorts of hooks and links, from this form* erly useless material. His stand at the Show was an eye opener. The articles made are twice as strong as iron, and last three times as long. The maker guarantees to replace; free of charge, any article which will not stand up to this claim. His only complaint is that the articles made are so good that traders are not very keen on pushing them. Thenjlti&t too long, and therefore bringfljSw' profit to dealers than in ferior articles which can be con stantly replaced. Despite this, he finds it necessary to enlarge his plant, as the farmer and the horse-owner are finding out the value of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 10 October 1920
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 10 October 1920
Varaiinre Removed on Special Vang. ML Glasses Goods Stor t ed. Lcnrast Bate. Customs, JSpSeiaJists in Heavy Jinker Work. Bank and Office Safes. W. H. BEcGOBMAGK, Opp. Railway Yards and Next Royal Hotel, WELLIHGTON-STRE1T. Tel. A 4557. LADIES ONLY. YOU WANT WAVY HAIR? WELL TRY WAVB-EHA. 1/9. All Leading Chemists and Stores,, or direct from Sole Agent: AUSTRAL SUPPLY DEPOT, 61 ROYAL ARCADE, PERTH. MXLLINEBY ARTIST* LA NON PAREILLE, MADAM LOUISE (Late of Mel-, bourne). HATS OF CHARM AND DIS TINCTION 166 WILLIAM-STREET (opposite Royal Hotel). CALL AND INSPECT. Estimates Given. Telephone A2664 STUN PICTURE FRAMING CO. ART PICTURE FRAMERS AND PRINT SELLERS. GLASS AND MOULDING MER CHANTS. 817 HAY-STEEET, PERTH. (Near His Majesty's Iheatre). A Trial Solicited. Terms Moderate. Hubble (at -breakfast) : 'Tve got a bad head this 'motrung.' ? Wife: Tm sorry, dear. I do hope you'll be able to shake it off.' J. SZTODGBASS Art Wicker Worker, 69 Adelaide Terrace, We combine with our Goods, Materiae ...
Shaftesbury. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 10 October 1920
Shaftesbury. The Brooks Amusement Co. were responsible for attracting large crowds during the past week. Amongst the artistes appearing are the Chalbert ros., Madame Disas trous and Prof. Filbister, and La Belle Marie, all of whom are estab lished favourites with the audiences. Box plan at the theatre or phone A3383.
Racers Pacers Rotters Garotters Stealers Shellas Spilers Ginks Pinks Singers & sinners Turf & Trotting Tattle Mines, Mummers, and Melody-Makers [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 10 October 1920
[?] farf & Trotting Wgi^Jiamm (By 'Cricklewood, Jun.'). §£ Racing at popular Belmont Park pext Saturday. l£ Caulfield Cup next Saturday. llThe winner may come from Eury phemic, Chrysolaus, or Ethopian. Up Nominations due to-morrow for Il&ie W.A.T.C. Anniversary Meetings ?po be held on October 23rd and Ip5th. . pf~ — o— JM ' Pershore (7.8) won the Metropoli tan Handicap *at Randwick on Pfonday, and followed up this vic Itory. by winning the Sydney Han pdicap on Wednesday, carrying 8.10, plnd beating the Melbourne Cup la bourite Daarewin by a head. Per phofe's, original weight for the Mel Ipbourne'Cup was 8.1, but he will now piave to carry 8.11, and must be res |pected. & Tulley rode a very confident and llcreditable race on Miss Solo last pSaturday. m, Eurythmic won the October IS takes at Caulfield last week-end' gin hollow fashion. ip Now, now! Mr. Knox, what were |§rou looking for in the Beagle Plate f$it Belmont? Shame. M^Cocotea (Hannans and Kalgoor i&am...
Boxing [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 10 October 1920
Boxing Vic. Lynch beat Tom Scoble at Kellerberrin on Saturday last. The event was or a side wager of £25, and 70 per cent, of the takings. Srr»Ki* ie/1 for *he first four rounds, but Lynch from that period on did most of the forcing. In the ninth round the fight was stop ped by the police, who considered ?that Scoble had received his twen ty-five quids' worth of punishment. Waliy Moyle, who officiated as referee, was agreeably surprised at the efficiency displayed by both lads, and hoped to see either or both of them handing it out to some of the metropolitan colts in the near future. The Boxing Tournament at the Esplanade Gardens which was run by the Perth Promoting Co. has shown some splendid boxing and ex cellent houses. If the amateurs didn't shape quite like a Stone, at least they had all the enthusiasm and 'go' needed to provide a good entertainment for the spectators. Monday and Tuesday evening were devoted to the heat contests being fought the first, and on the second evenin...
Melrose. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 10 October 1920
Melrose. Great disappointment will be felt at the announcement of the engage ments that have to be fulfilled in the Eastern States. The artistes appearing at the Melrose are unable to remain in Perth to extend the .season. The programme attracted large crowds during the past week. The final rational concert will be held to-night. A programme for a performance by the Merrymakers has just com to hand. It reads: — . THE MERRYMAKERS. ? Programme. SURGEONS. Mr. Stanley B. Jago, R.D.S. Mr. Stanley J. Simpson, R.D.S. Mr. L. Eskell, R.D.S. It must be a pretty painful perfor mance.'
The Ladies Section WHo's WHere [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 10 October 1920
The Ladies Section WKo's Where ? ? - ? ? » , The trans-train going Bast was quite busy during the past week. Among other passengers it carried away Mrs. Walter Kingsmffl, Mrs. T. V. Carroll, of Forrestrstreet, €ot tesloe, and Misses Dolly and Lucy Marwjek, of York. Mr. and Mrs. Wittenoom, of St. George's Terrace, are at. Darlington in the Hills. Mt. and Mrs. A. D. Rankine, of Melbourne, who have been for , sofiw time in Perth, returned home to 'Melbourne by last night's trans. Up in town for the Show are Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Parkin, Balladong, York. A recent popular appointment is that of Miss Spring as Matron of Cue Hospital. Welcome to Perth, Mr. J. Lind ? man, of Bunbury, en route to the East. Tilton and West, Maggie Buckley, and Mrs. Eddie West (Dolly Mack intosh) are back in Melbourne after ' a long tour in New Zealand. From a London paper: — An anti short skirt league has been started in New York. With the present hqfe cost of things we certainly thuvc women folk should wear the...
YELLOW PUPPERS! HUGHES AND COOK GET A KNOCKOUT. THE POWER OF THE BOYCOTT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 10 October 1920
YELLOW PUPPERS! HUGHES AND COOK GET A KNOCKOUT. THE POWER OF THE BOYCOTT. Hughes and Cook, the wretched foreign-born imposters, who dis grace the Australian people day after day, have received a knockout blow that will never be forgotten either here or elsewhere. Continuing in power by using every device and discreditable dodge known in political trickery— buying out Senators and nominating others of their own kidney— this beautiful pair of imported little Australians last week decided to insult 99 out of every hundred people in Australia &nbsp; by issuing the 2d stamp printed in orange and adorned with a very poor picture of His Most Gracious Majesty King George. In doing this, this pair of imported imperialistic flagwaggers insulted the people of Australia by withdrawing the twopenny stamp— the one with the map of Australia graced by a very beautiful kangaroo printed in blue [sic] ink. We are pleased to say, however, that big business houses here and elsewhere are issuing ...
Fremantle fragments [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 10 October 1920
Fremantle Fragments Bill Renton left for Melbourne on Wednesday night. Young George, of the East &nbsp; Fremantle Fire Brigade, should in future beware of deceiving the &nbsp; stewards at sports gymkana. Hell be getting himself disqualified else. &nbsp; &nbsp; It is said that the Wool Scour in which the Christian Scientist &nbsp; gentleman is interested, out Jandakot way, is being run by cheap boy labour, low wages, and high &nbsp; religious thoughts being the principle. The agreement drawn up for wool scours some time ago was stupidly limted in the area it covered, and so there is trouble brewing there in the near future. During Bill Renton's absence in the East, his position is being ably filled by Ted Pollit. Ted is a stalwart who is always there when he's wanted. &nbsp; "Bout time the Harbour people did something to the old suction dredge "Governor," lying close to the Railway Bridge. A little paint and attention might save...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 10 October 1920
Alas! our pleasures have soared with our- flesh-| &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; pots. Even reading, our great national relaxation, is straining our purse-strings. Ye Olde Sixpenny Novel is now Is. 3d., or even Is. 6d. Fortunately, every great need brings its remedy. . And so AL- BERT and SON, LTD., the well-known book-people, of Murray-street (near Boan Bros.), have overcome the high cost of these novels by taking back those re- turned in good condition, and allowing Is. on each, if a new Is. 3d. novel is taken out. On their bound 2s. 6d. novels they allow 2s. on the same terms. Which &nbsp; means that after the first book your novels will cost you only 3d. or 6d. each. &nbsp; This privilege can only be extended to Customers shopping at &nbsp; &nbsp; ALBERT and SON'S ONLY ADDRESS IN PERTH. 180 MURRAY-STREET (Near Boans). &nbsp; Postal Address: Box 67, G.P.O. EVERYONE ENJOYS . . . CASTLEMAINE Beer and Stout EVERYONE ENJOYS... CAS...
JAPS LOOKING FOR FIGHT ATTITUDE TO AMERICA. Vancouver, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 10 October 1920
JAPS LOOKING FOR FIGHT ATTITUDE TO AMERICA. Vancouver, October 8. ('terror' Special Cable). Feeling on the American Pacific coast is running high on the latest declaration of the Japanese Ambas- sador to Briton (Viscount Cato), which is full of anti-American senti- ment, and is looked on as tanta- mount to a challenge. [Cato said that Japan could not accept a treaty that suited the Am- erican policy, which was inimical to Japanese interests in the United States.] Where to go To-day Mundaring Weir Excursion. From Fremantle, 10 a.m.; from Perth, 10.45 a.m. Stations Perth to Mid- land catch 10.20 from Perth. Ex- cursion fares. Weir and the wild flowers are at their best. Canning Bridge and Applecross. By ferry boats leaving Barrack-st. jetty at 9.15 a.m.,11 a.m., 1.15p.m., &nbsp; 3 p.m., 5.30 p.n., 7 p.m., 9 p.m. The Zoo. Open all the afternoon. By ferry. Serpentine Excursion— Fremantle, 8.45: Perth,9.55. Esplanade at 3.—Social Demo. Percy Brunton on "Isherwood." Post Office Ga...
S.A.J.C. Adelaide. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 10 October 1920
S.A.J.C. Adelaide, Saturday. &nbsp; The S.A.J. C. meeting was opened to-day. The attendance was a good one. Following are the results:— BRIGHTON WELTER.— One mile. Powder and Patches .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 Portree .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2 Maltice .. .. .. .. 3 Dividend (for £ ) : £11. FIRST HURDLE RACE.— Two miles, 358 yards. Sandridge .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 Moderation .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. . 2 Seglum .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. . ..3 Divident: £4/15/-. MORPETTVILLE PLATE.— Five furlongs. Lady Lallen .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 1 Pratique .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .2 The Storm .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .3 Dividend: £9/3/-. GLENELG HANDICAP, one mile and a quarter. King Bardolph .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 Stageboy .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 2 Chamois .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .3 Dividend, £7/6/-. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DERBY — Mile and a half. Pagonatos .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 1 He...
BRITISH COAL CRISIS STRIKE IMMINENT. London. October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 10 October 1920
(Mirror" Special Cable). BRITISH COAL CRISIS &nbsp; &nbsp; STRIKE IMMINENT. London. October 8. The miners do not view with fa- vour the appeal of their leaders to them to accept the employers pro- posals. Realising that it would only mean a postponement of the trouble and tHat. sooner or later a clash must occur, the opinion is freely express- ed that the only deterrent wIll be the knowledge that the men would stand a bigger chance of winning if they put off the strike for a short period. The Prime Minister's (Mr. Lloyd- George's) latest speech, delivered at Llandudno, North Wales, has only served to accentuate the trouble and make the miners, more deter- mined.
THE BOLSHEVIK POSITION London, October 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 10 October 1920
THE BOLSHEVIK POSITION London, October 9. The news of the Russian situation leaves no doubt that the Bolshevik army's offensive has failed. The Soviet position is strong, and solid- ly supported by the Russian people. It is confidently anticipated that peace with Poland will be ratified in the very near future. America refuses to interfere in any way with the Soviet Government. &nbsp; &nbsp;
Queensland Elections LABOUR VICTORY. Brisbane, Oct. 9, 10.30 [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 10 October 1920
Queensland &nbsp; Elections &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; LABOUR VICTORY. (Special Wire to Tne Mirror). ;9 Brisbane, Oct. 9, 10,30 p.m. Polling took place in Queensland, to-day for the Legislative Assembly. &nbsp; The weather was good, and a heavy &nbsp; poll was recorded. In Brisbane itself the Government lost two seats which had always been doubtful for &nbsp; Labour, but held its own in the country districts. A Labour ma- jority is assured, with very little alteration of the position of parties, &nbsp; which will probably be 42 Labour &nbsp; to 32 Nationalist. &nbsp; The editor of this paper has sent along the following account to the Police Department: — &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; October 8: To damage sustained trying to keep to the left in Hay- street— personal, £4/7/-; damage t clothes, £3/1/-; damage to morals (language), £29/-/-; total £36/8/-. &nbsp; &nbsp; The vote for ...