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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

MARINE EXCURSION. GARDEN ISLAND, Rockingham. S.S. VENUS, Commencing SUNDAY, OCT. 17, And Every Sunday and Holidays thereafter. Smooth Trips! Good Fishing, Din ner obtainable at Hotel. 'Phone B418. BALL and SONS. SAFE, QUICK, ENJOYABLE MOTOR RIDING. ASK FOR PHIL RYAN, GJP.O: MOTOR RANK. Tel. A3488. Garage Tel. A1927. Get a Car from Phil Ryan. COMO, CANNING BRIDGE and APPLECROSS FERRY SERVICE BOATS LEAVE PERTH - Saturdays: 7.15, 950 ajn.; 1250, 150, 3.0, 450, 6.15, 11.15 pjn. Sundays: 9.15, 11.0^m.; 1.15, 3.0, 550, 7.0, 9.0 pjn. (SeeV'West Australian' for Daily ? Service.) :' Return Fare, 1/3. SWAN RIVER FERRIES LTD. Telephone A4512. WEST AUSTRALIAN GOVERN MENT RAILWAYS. MUNDARING WEIR EXCUR SION—SUNDAY, OCT 17, 1920. Train will leave Perth 10.45 ajn.; intermediate passengers ' between Perth and Midland Junction will le quire to travel by the 1020 a.m. train ex Perth, and join the Excur . sidn train at Midland Junction. The Excursion trains forms a connection with -tile 10.0 ajn. trai...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Goldfields Racing Kalgoorlie, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

Goldfields . Racing Kalgoorlie, Saturday. The Kalgoorlie Racing Club's Oc tober meeting took place to-day, with the following results: — FIRST DIVISION HANDICAP.— Six furlongs. Rent Roll ? 1 Epsilon ? 2 Miss Perkeo ? 3 Other starters: Ardol, 9.7; Brear ley, 9.0; Reconnoitre, 7.10; Tinta gel, 7.7; Nandillyan Gift, 7,0. Betting: 6 to 4 agst Rent RolL TRIAL STAKES, seven furlongs. Lady Pospolite ? 1 BUI Perks ? 2 Mingulite ? 3 Other starters: On Fire, 9.12; Rumbling, 9.1; Waipa, Col. of Erin, 7.7. Betting: 5 to 1 agst Lady Pospo lite. OCTOBER HANDICAP, one mile and a quarter. Four Kings ? 1 Gravity King ? 2 Glenfin ? 3 Other starters: Yapp, 8.10; Head-1 strong, 8.0; Jarwan, 7.12; King Ro bert, 73; Pegoud, Locked Band, 7.0. Betting: 2 to 1 agst Four Kings. FOURTH DIVISION HANDICAP, six furlongs. Devon Lass .? ? 1 Grenfore . . . . ? 2 Skipboy ? .. .. 3 Other starters: Molly Ayrville, 8.9; Ayr Son, 8.6; Lady Pecker, 8.4; Q. of Thessaly, 83; Annie Doug, York rakine, Passerine, 8.0; Modelo,...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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HIGH PRICES "PUNCTUATED. London. Oct. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

HIGH PRICES PUNCTUATED j London. Oct. 16. f The high price boom in England , has finally burst. Vast reductions^ in all lines are recorded, attributable^ to increased supplies, decine of the* metal market, and heavy taxation.. In the United States the boom is even more rapidly collapsing. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

Make No Mistake! HI 'Gerald i' Macaroni Company, ? 65 ESSEX-ST., FREMANTLE. We Manufacture High-€lass Macaroni and Vermicelli, »pd guarantee the purity and nutriti ous qualities of our goods. HOTEL PREMANTLE A Popular House for Resideaee and] Refreshments. % BILLY BOULTER, '' . The Cheery Proprietor. ? ^ Clarendon Hotel FITZGERALD and JOHN M STREETS, WEST PERTH. 1 : ? i| EMU BEER. | W. BROPHY, Proprietor. $1 The Federal Hotel! FREMANTLE. . M GEO. JOHN, Proprietor. J SWAN BEER ONLY. j OELLC HOTEL GOSNELLS^ ? . , . 1 Fremantle Footballers, where to] Sunday? Why not Gosnefl's? Good] Football and Sports Ground. , I STANLEY D. BELOX, 1 ^ (Late AXF.). 1 City Hotelj CORNER KING and MURRAY STREETS. I FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION AND LIQUORS. i Telephone, A4094. .^1 JACK ROOGERS. 1 A FINE SUBURBAN HOUSE, J NoawooBi HOTEL I Lord Streej Close to Loton Park. 3 SPECIAL PROVISION FOB 1 MOTORISTS. 1 A. E. DOUN, Proprietor I CORNER LORD and WELLZM TON STREETS. Jl SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIOIM Wines and Spir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

EVERYONE ENJOYS... CASTLEMAINE Beer and Stout iTAr« iJ# OPTICIAN Means Buckei^dge, F.OO./F.S.M.C., D.B.O.A., Freedom of the City of London. Tub Highest Qualifications in the State By Exam,, London. Ask for Mr. B. £ Royal Arcade Opposite Town HalL

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

4 ? Alas! our pleasures have soared with our flesh ? vpots* .:- Even reading, our great national relaxation, 4s 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 means that alter the first book your novels will cost you only 3d. or 6d. each.. - ' . ? : This privilege can only be extended to Customers ' , shopping at ,' ALBERT and SON'S . ONLY ADDRESS IN PERTH. - 180 MUBBAT-STBEET (Near Bftans). Postal Address: Box 57, GJP.O. EVERYONE ENJOYS... CASTtEMAINE Beer and Stout

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Where to go To-day [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

Where to go To-day BOCKXNGHAM. — S.s. Venus leaves Fremantle -Cliff-st.) at 10 ajn. Mandating Weir Excursion. From Fremantle, 10 am.; from Perth, l&SS Em. Stations' -Perth to Mid land catch 10.20 from Perth. Ex cursion fares. Weir and the wild flowers ate at their best. ' Serpentine Excursion.— Freman ? tie, 8.45; Perth, 955. Canning Bridge and Applecross. By ferry boats leaving Barrack-st. Tettr at 9.15 ajn., 11 ajn., 1.15 pjn 3 pjn, 550 pjn., 7 pxn., 9 pan. The Zoo. Open all the afternoon. By ferry. Per Boot. 1 {No trams running Perth). Esplanade, at S p jn.— W A. Soc ialists, etc. * Evening. literary Institute, at 8.— HON. T. WALKER, on 'Gaols '& Asylums.' RoyaL — 'The Ways of Men.' Grande— 'Bringing Up Betty.' Government Gardens. — Perth City Band. Shaftesbury. — Peter Brooks and pictures. . Palladium.— 'Poor Relations.' Princess, ' Fremantle.— 'The Ro mance of Tarzari.'

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Sugar at 4d. Tudor Says Possibzle — At Price Paid by Government — Who's Getting the Balance? [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

Sugar at 4d. ? U ? Tudor Says Possibzle— At Price Paid by Government— Who's Getting the Balance? Speaking on the Budget hi the House of Representatives last Wed ' nesday, Mr. Tudor, Leader of the Federal Opposition, turned his at tention to thp Commonwealth Gov ernment control of sugar. The Go vernment (he said) had taken credit for having purchased 124,000 tons of foregn sugar at an average of £43 9s. 5d. per ton. The Government also bought the Queensland crop of 170,000 tons at £21 per ton. This made an average of £33 per ton for raw sugar delivered at the refineries, yet the Government was charging £56 per ton. for refined . sugar, a and ' - householders could hardly get it at that figure. The refining only cost £4 per ten. He thought sugar would come down, but it would not go be . V low 4d. per lb. This was what sug - ar should be sold at in Australia. . ? Sir Joseph Cook: Tell us where ;? the money is going. The Govern ment is getting nothing ouc of it. Mr. Tudor said that the ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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3. — Clothes Repairing Company Ld. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

3.— Clothes Repairing Company Ld. Object: »To turn and repair coats, etc. Capital: All the money the profi teers will give for political sup port. Directors: Names not divulged, but well known to the public. Certificate. Albany, 13/10/12. I hereby certify the above-named company to be all it claims to be. I was first introduced to the com pany by Mr. Nirvanas in 1915, and had occasion to use them in April, 1917 — and although my turned coat become somewhat floury at first, in the end it turned out a great suc cess when treated in the Albany at mosphere with Loranorder. As recently as this week the coat showing signs of wear, I again got it turned, with, I believe, excellent results to me. Since first being as sociated with them I have become, possessed among other things of a pianola, a 150-guinea watch, a shot ing box at Augusta, a Hudson Su per-Six, and others too numerous to mention. I cannot recommend them too highly.-1- Yours faithfully, J. CORKSCREW.

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The Manning Jui-Jitsu Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

? \J ? ' The Manning Jui-Jitsu Comnany. Objects: Ju-Jitsu, with the idea of knocking the 'ing' off the name, . and getting Government subsi dies to run'-for Parliament. Some Testimonials: — Fremantle, 13/10/20. The Manning J. J. Co. Gentlemen, — Having once tried your Jui-Jitsu, I can safely say I have tried no other since. — Yours, etc. J. PARR. Perth, 14/10/20. Manning Jui-Jitsu C, Sirs, — I think your Ju-Jitsui story is the best I ever heard. Please send pricelist. — Yours, etc., . ARTHUR HAYNES. 1 ^ Subiaco, 2/10/20. The Manager, Manning Ju-Jitsu. Gentlemen, — Being /anxious that my son, who is of a delicate consti tution, should give up work, I per suaded, -hisa. . to. try ..some? of .your Jui-Jitsu. He has never worked since.— Yours faithfully, MOTHER OF TEN.

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APPALLING RAILWAY ACCIDENT Predicted At East Perth Junction. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

APPALLING RAILWAY ACCI DENT — u — Predicted At East Perth Junction. Corporal Pope will be disturbed one of these fine mornings when wrestling with his morning egg (ob ligingly ? laid by one of the Belmont chickens) by a ring from Lance-Pte. Shillington announcing a frightful smash up at the East Perth Junc tion. Only yesterday morning at about 7.50 the Midland 'express' nearly cut the Bunbury Limited in two. It was only by a hair's breadth and by the miraculous luck which sticks to Lieut. Lord that an appalling calamity did not occur. Strange to say travellers on the 'express'' had just got over Corporal Pope's Teply to the 'trammies' in the 'West,' and had happened to see to the paragraph re the failure of the points at West Perth on Fri day night, when they got wind up with the Bunbury 'Limited.' The scene of the predicted smash up is identical with the McColl smash up years ago, fortunately without loss of life.

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IRELAND. London. Oct. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

IRELAND. London. Oct. 16. S Asquith's declaration that the/; Irish position is unparalleled in his- ; tory save by the German regime in^ Belgiu mis commented upon guard- ' edly by the London press, but the 1 trend of public opinion is fully indi -^ cated by the almost unanimous difr.v approval of Mr. Carson's tirade^ against the Liberal leader, whom he % described as a 'traitor to his coiuv try.' 'Last least,' says the 'West^ minster Gazette,' 'Mr. AsquiihM never organised a rebel army to| overthrow the authority of the Bri- j tish Crown.' .?-!

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

SIGGS' END OF SEASON RUBBER GOODS SALE. See Window This Week. Bay Rum Dep. tBr^^^T' Store Qual., iR^S^ ^^ THEATRE ROYAL. MONDAY to FRIDAY Norma Talmadge IN 'SHELOVES AND LIES' The Latest Select Drama, featur ing the Screen's Premier Actress. I His Majesty's Theatre L Direction ? J. and N. TAIT. |S EVERY EVENING AT 8. I /* THE DIGGERS STILL TRIUMPHANT. fe--- THE ^Mademoiselle Minn' Rfc ; BOOM. Hfe* Dinkmn Higgtr Show has achieved a brilliant victory with the R; . Humorous Story of the War. KjPrioe&-3A 2/, and 1/. Booked Seats, 4/. Plans at Nicholson's p ©ay .'Sales at Baugher's, Tobacconist, opposite Theatre. STILL THE PREMIER TOBAC CONIST . (Wholesale and Retail). J. GLEESON. 657 HAY-STREET, 247 WILLIAM-STREET. 63 BARRACK-STREET, PERTH. TATTERS ALL'S Monster CONSULTATIONS WE COMMUNICATE WITH HOBART. CHAS. WATSON & CO., PERTH ABSOLUTELY NO REPRESENTATIVES. BERT PARSLOW EPSOM AND METROP. TWO CUPS. S.O. and DOUBLE. TATTERSALL'S CLUB, PERTH. J. BALFOUR COMMISSION AGENT, ...

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POLES AND LITHUANIA. London. Oct. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

POLES AND LITHUANIA. ?London. Oct. 10. 1 The Polish aggression upon Lith uania is increasing, and each day; brings additional evidence that tinei Poles are unwilling to listen to paci-'j ficatory counsels. They have pro^ claimed a new government in Vfl-J na (Lithuania) and openly flouted % the efforts, such as they are, of the| 'League of Nations' to stop fur-; ther slaughter. The 'Manchester- Guardian' asserts that the present] position only accentuates the-obvi- , ous moral and material bankruptcy of the so-called league.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

- ; ' FEKMANTLE. ' .' ' If in Danger of losing your Sole, go '. :'to C. H. COPPERWAITI, BOOTMAKER, PAGKENHAM STREET, y FREMANTLE. ZONA PILE CURE. NEVER FAILS. PRICE. 3/6. Post Free. Write for Particulars — GIBSON, CHEMIST, FREMANTLE. s H. H. FOLLINGTON -&ACH and MOTOR BODY BUILDER and GENERAL BLACKSMITH. Corner ADELAIDE and QUEEN victoria-streets, fremantle. for good bread. cm. Regan, BAKER, EAST FREMANTLE. THE OCEANIC HOTEL, COTTESLOE BEACH. A Superlative Residential Hotel. GSO. GREENWELL, Proprietor. LET'S GO ROUND TO 'The Cleo' CLEOPATRA HOTEL, ) HIGH-STREET, FREMANTLE. Paddy Murray. Swan Ale. THE ESPLANADE HOTEL, FREMANTLE. Proprietor: TOM KELLY. (Late of the Grand Central, Perth.; BEST SPIRITS STOCKED. SWAN BEER ONLY. * HAVE A SPOT? \ LET'S GO DOWN TO THE FREEMASON'S HOTEL, South Terrace, Fremantle. Swan Beer and Other Dinkum ? Drinks. CHARLIE ROBINSON, ' Proprietor. WHEN OUT EAST CALL AT PLYMPTON HOTEL For Cheerful Refreshment. JIM DURKIN, Proprietor. TERMINUS HOTEL, P...

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Under the Lash THE PHILP CONSPIRACY. Bank Treachery Admitted — by West Australian" — Queensland Labour Victory — Attributed to Popular Disgust — At Action of Infamous Trio. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

Under the L^aslt THE PHILP CONSPIRACY. Rank Treachery Admitted— by 'West Australian'— Queensland Labour Victory— Attributed to Popular Disgust — At Action of Infamous Trio. The 'West Australian,' in its edi torial of Tuesday last on the Queensland Elections, makes the following startling admission: — 'From the political standpoint, the Queensland Labour Party may regard the Philp delegation, which went to London to protest to the Colonial Office and the financial in terests of the city against the 're pudiation' legislation of the State Government, contained in the pas toral provisions of the Amending Land Act, as a piece of unusual good fortune. The opponents ,,of the Act, and the methods by which it became law, had solid grounds upon which to make a case against the* Government— to the people of Queensland. But the tactics they employed, the solemn embassy to the heart of the Empire, and the reckless charges of 'brigandage' and 'piracy' savoured too much of poli tical^ rancour car...

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Racing Comments COMMENTS ON BELMONT PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

Racing Comments COMMENTS ON BELMONT PARK. (By 'Cricklewood, Jun.') The Belmont Park Racing Club held its meeting yesterday in beauti ful weather. There was an excel lent attendance. When the result of the Caulfield Cup was posted on the course the crowd assembled and heartily cheered Eurythmic's success. Proceedings opened with the Hur dle Race, for which all acceptors went to the post. Warflame open ed favourite at six to four, but with the backing of Warambie at fours and threes, went out at twos, the remainder of -the field was prac tically unbacked as Captain Alcock opened at fives and drifted to eights, Amiens fours to sevens, and Cocotea fives to eights. Warflame and Wannerup Laddie made the pace for the first round from Cap tain Alcock and Cocotea, with War ambie last. Cocotea fell aX the i£rst jump in the straight first time round the course. Passing the stand Warambie made a forward move, and got on terms with the leaders. Warflame was still lead ing bver the final jump, wh...

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Cables "MIRROR" EXPOSES CAPITALISTIC CABLE CONSPIRACY. BIRDWOOD WANTS PEACE. London. Oct. 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

Cables 'MIRROR' EXPOSES CAPITAL ISTIC CABLE CONSPIRACY. BIRDWOOD WANTS PEACE. ' London. Oct. 15. ' General Birdwood, speaking at an official farewell to Australian sol diers engaged on Anzac cemetries ; in France, said .that he sincerely hoped that nevermore would war , darken the face of the world, but if that black day ever dawned he asked nothing better than to be again the leader of the Anzac ar mies.

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BEVERLEY ROAD RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

BEVEBLEY ROAD RACE. Won by Bridges of Kalgoorlie. The chairman of the Beverley Roads Board and Mr. E. M. Gray started 25 riders on the 116 miles' journey from Beverley, via York, Northam, and Lloyd's Crossing, to Perth, vesterdav. Owing to war conditions this long distance race had to be abandoned after 1913. A. Hornblow (handicap 86 min.) and, I. A. McKay (80min) were first through York. They were still in the lead at Northam and Lloyd's Crossing, with the other riders gradually closing up on them. At 2.3 pjn. F. W. O'Brien and W. T. Bridges passed down Red Hill, followed by I. A. McKay 3i min. later, the scratch man (Schulze) be ing 13 min. further to the rear. A large crowd, estimated at 4,000, awaited the finish at the Norwood Hotel. ' In an exciting sprint Bridges defeated O'Brien by two lengths. judges Mason, Sampson, and Gollan placed the riders with their actual riding times as follows: W. T. Bridges, Kalgobrlie, handi cap 50 min., 7h. 2m. 10s., 1; F. W. O'Brien, Kalgoorlie,...

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Last Nights Trotting HUGE CROWD — FAST TRACK — GOOD SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

Last Nights Trotting' HUGE CROWD— FAST TRACE— GOOD SPOBT. A beautiful evening favoured the W-A. Trotting Association meeting last night. As was to be expected a very large crowd went down and enjoyed a pleasant evening's outing. Double Bells scored an easy vic tory in the big race of the night. Following are the results:— r STATE HANDICAP, of 50 sovs.. One mile and a quarter. (2.47 to 255). Mr. 'L. NaylorV' b f Willow's Fancy, by Willowwood — Fancy Work. 20 bhd. (Clayton) .... 1 Princess Willow, 105 bhd. (Simp son) ? 2 Caress, 115 'bhd. (Hallion) .... 3 Other starters: Golden Star, scr,; Leslie Wilkes, 10; iLady Mite, 15; RairiBow, 20; vHuon Dudley, 60; Doreen Wilkes, 70; Little Bobbie, 105; Fluffy, 110; Dick Wilkes, 130; Ophirlite, 140. Betting: 3 to 1 on Willow's Fancy, 10 to 20 to 1 others. Dividends: S.O., (for 10/-), 17/-; place (for 5/-), 7/-, 11/-, 30/. Won by ten* yards, six yards be tween second and third. Dudley Huon was fourth, Fluffy fifth. Time, 3.19J. Rates to mile, 23...

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