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Koltchak Connell — Continued [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

Koltdiak C onnell— Continued have been dismissed under other provisions of the Act? Is it not a well-known fact in law that the victim of removal under Section 8 has no redress at law afterwards, no matter how outrageously unjust his removal might have been, while, on the other hand if the victim had been dismissed under similar cir cumstances, an action for wrongful dismissal'* would lie? How many thousand written orders he issues to the force. every year containing pif fle that would insult the intelligence of a nigger tracker? What is hi* estimate — if he is capable of form ing one — of the degree of intelligence possesed by the force if they need all the rotgut contained ' in his or ders for their guidance? _ If he had dealt with those ques- . tions and numerous others the pub lic would have been very much edi fied. But if he is not a novic at writing a 'report he is an adept at missing the real point. While the things indicated have been omitted the domain of other people's aff...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
JAPAN AND AUSTRALIA. Tokio. Oct. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

JAPAN AND AUSTRALIA. Tokio. Oct. 16. . Officials circles state that Austra lia is much perturbed over the in creasing number of Japanese reach ing her northern yorts, especially those embarking in the pearling in- ' dustry. It is explained that, Japa- nese crews have been engaged in Singapore and Hong Kong for years past for service in the Australian pearling industry, but owing to the' recent labour shortage Japan was induced to agree to the engagement of men at Japanese ports. These men went chiefly to Thursday Is land, but it was understood that thev should not enter Australia pro per.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Turf & Trotting Tattle [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

Turf & Trotting Tattle (Bv 'Cricklewood, Tun.') Ascot next Saturday, when the two-year-olds will be seen under silk for the first time. Easingwold is said to stand out alone, among the youngsters in work at headquarters. Biglands rode Paratoo into sec ond place in the Coongy Handicap at Caulfield on Wednesday, whilst 'Bowler, on AlHat, filled the minor position in the same race. Mahlee Outlook and Loch Limhe leave Melbourne for Perth by the Karoola on Wednesday next. Dempsey did the 'hat trick' at Caulfield, last Saturday by riding the first three winners. Holt's stable is in great form. At Caulfield last Saturday Holt pro duced three winners, viz.: — Euryth- mic (Caulfield Stakes), Midilli (Caul field Guineas), and Miss Pinkerton (Iola Welter), whilst on Wednesday he produced the winner of the' Her bert Power Stakes, Tangalooma. Dempsey was the successful horse man on each occasion. That great horse, Comrade, suf fered- his first defeat at the opening day of the Cesarewitch...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
BEATTY v. JELLICOE. London, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

BEATTY v. JELUCOE. London, October 15. It transpires that the scandalous * delay in the publication of the offi cial report of the Jutland Naval t fight is due to a squabble between 1 Beatty and Jellicoe. both Admirals pig-headedly -adhering to their own £ versions of the affair, which conflict on many radica lpoints~

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Eastern Racing W.A.'s CHAMPION COLT CAP. TURES THE CAULFIELD. Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

Fastern Racing W.AJs CHAMPION COLT CAP TURES THE CAULFIELD. Melbourne, Saturday. At Caulfield this afternoon the VA.T.C. Spring Meeting was suc cessfully concluded in fine weather, with, an excellent attendance. Following are the results: — ? OLET HURDLES, two miles one furlong and 64 yards. Oopina (Mooney) .....*... 1 Front Rank (Thompson) .. 2 Fastolf (Connolly) ? 3 Other starters: Sir Nriemon, Cor onatus. Betting: 5 to 4 agst Oopina, 7 to 2 Front Rank, Fastolf, 5 to 1 Sir Mnemon, 20 to 1 Coronatus. Won by a neck, with half a length between second and third. Time, 4 min. 10 sec. ? There was a protest, which was dismissed. GWTN NURSERY, five furlongs. Antarian (Davis) ? 1 Orion (Killorn) .. .... .. 2 Minora (Clarke) ? 3 Other starters: Canterbury, Hop Picker, Shepherd Queen, Tankerton, Mr. Woo, Sudotus. Sonora. Carmvle. Repulse, Dormeuse, Vanchilla, Sil wood, Imputation. Betting: 4 to 1 agst Orion, Son ora, 5 to 1 Canterbury,- 7 to 1 Hop Picker, Shepherd Queen, 14 to 1 Tankerton, 2...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

'Hodge: 'It's funny all autos have the tobacco habit, isn't it?' Dodge: 'The tobacco habit?' Hodge: 'Yes, I understarid that the gasoline cars smoke, while an electric won't start without a plug.'

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PROFITEERS PULVERISED. Paris. Oct. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

PROFITEERS PULVERISED. Paris. Oct. 16. Further stringent measures have been passed against profiteering in food supplies.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
AUSTRALIAN FINANCE SOUND. London. Oct. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

AUSTRALIAN FINANCE SOUND. London, Oct. 16. Mr. Collins, the Australian repre sentative at the Brussels Financial Conference, declares that A9ustralia is one of the few countries on earth where the Birdgets balance and pro vision is made to liquidate the pub1 lie debt.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SAVING SAILORS FROM SIN. W.C.T.U. Provides Home Comforts. At Expense of a Couple of English Immigrants. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

SAVING SAILORS FROM SIN. W.C.T.U. Provides Home Comforts. At Expense of a Couple of English Immigrants. A fine sample of the way in which newly-arrived English folk can be exploited is revealed by a peep into the Sailors' Rest at Fremantle. This show is fathered — or mothered, or grandmothered— by the W.C.T.U., a combination of 'naice' ladies with wowsenstic ideas, their acclaimed aim being to provide, a home for visiting seamen who might in the ordinary course of events roam about the streets, and be led into sin — or to the Esplanade. Until a couple of weeks ago the staff of this haven comprised a mar ried couple — new arrivals from Eng land. The man found plenty to do in fulfilling tne more onerous of the domestic duties necessary to keep the place tidy, whilst his wife was required to attend to the prepara tion of meals and the cleaning and keeping of- bedrooms. There are fifteen beds in the home, and some times as many as nine lodgers who require board as well. And for all this...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE CLALREMONT HOSPITAL FOR INSANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

THE CLAREMONT HOSPITAL /TOE INSANE. Sir, — Being a constant reader of The Mirror, also something of an 'aireal' maniac, I have often taken flying visits to the institution, both by day and night, and have often received wireless messages from the poor unfortunates inside. On ream ing your article of Sunday last, my mind goes back to at least one of the many messages I have received, and I wonder if it comes from tha individual you refer to, as no mat ter how I try, X cannot separate them. This, Mr. Editor, is . . the message I received: 'Have been locked in a cell for trying to strike the Great Mogul while on parade, and receiving the salute.' A week later I received another message from the same sourse, 'Have been placed in a cell for attempting to interview the Grand Mogul; resent ed this treatment, so bursted the door; was at once placed in an other cell with an attendant over me; was visited by the Great Mo gul, and told that I would have to stop here until I behaved. I was, how...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
BOWING RUCTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

ROWING RUCTIONS. Sir,— Will you permit me, through the columns of your paper, to placs before the public the facts which led up to the resignation of tha coach, Mr. J. Chute, and four mem bers of the Swan River Rowing Club.' Mr. Chute arrived in this State in 1912, and took up the coaching of the Swan Club, which had only won one race in several years. His first year brought the club the pennant, although during his absence in the hospital the club lost the principal event of the year, viz., the- Champion Eight. He was appointed t ocoach the next Inter state Eight. For a considerable number of years this State .hatPfill ed one of the fast two places in that race, but on this occasion, in spite of unanimous public opinion that we would be again in that posi tion, West Australia had the race practically won when an accident necessitated a fresh start, with the result that, after leading all the w.ay, this State was only beaten by eleven feet. Mr. Chute was in the boom in the rowing wo...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
West Guildford Whoops [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

West Guildford Whoops (By 'Woodbine.') Oub centre is the hive of activity -at Ae present time. Cumming Smith's are erecting a new commo dious shed to store their manure in for the coming season. The Steel Works are making a move in the right direction. Ad vice has been received that the cru cible furnaces and transformers ? have arrived at Fremantle. Even the Government have com menced to put in a new main to supplement the supply of Mundar mg water to Maylands. Briiiiant financing — hundreds of thousands of gallons of water run mng to waste from Mundaring W^, and yet the Government annou&% an increased water rate lowine^to the high cost of living, I presume). The local branch of the A.LP earned a motion of protest aginsJ the increased price of apprentices' tickets. Members congratulated the Minister, J. Scaddan, on being so consistent in this xespect by further imposing penalties on the working class as on the previous occasion when he held the position ot Minister for Rail...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Boxing [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

Boxing The. popularity of the Perth Pro moting Co.'s Amateur Tournaments was proved by the crowd of people who attended the finals on Wednes day night. The results were: — Middleweight Championship.— 'Bob' Fraser (10.7) beat Hare (11.4), the contest .being stopped by the referee in the fifth round. Toohey (9.5) beat 'Young Snowy' (9.5) in three rounds. Knockout. Read (6.0) and Bresland (6.7) fought a four rounds draw. ' Lightweight Championship. — An- derson (9.4) and Monsoni (9.10) fought a draw. - Featherweight Championship. — Jepp (8.10) beat Charleston (9.0) on points. Bantamweight Championship. — Thomas (8.U) beat Kinsella (83) on points. ?-. Welterweight Championship. — 'Bob' Fraser (105) beat J. Fraser (10.1) in the third round, J. F. tak ing the count. Bob Fraser showed up well, win ning both -the Welter and Middle weight. Toohey of the fantastic methods beat 'Snowy' on a knock-out with a 'left swing to the abdomen. Ernie Hickling, R. Thorpe, and W. Moyle gaye every satisfac...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

WHERE TO SHOP AT MAY LANDS. No Expensive Stands and Staffs to Pay For. DBAPEBY and DRESSMAKING. Cheapest and Better Than in City. Call and See Our Stocks. Everything You Need at T. PIDGEON, GU1LDFOKD-RD., MAYLANDS. (Off aghth-Aveffluei.) BOOTS AND 'SHOES. BACK TO PRE-WAR PRICES. CALL AND LET ME PROVE IT. You Can't get a better Bepair than from . E. BETCHFOBD, 8th. AVENUE, MAYLANDS. ? — ? — V; ? Where the Tender Steaks and Prime Joints Are:' J.T. HELLEN Opposite STATION, MAYLANDS. CASH BUTCHER TRY US. The' Best of FBESH BBEAD Daily to Your Door. RAILWAY TERRACE, ? MAYLANDS GROCERIES. Delivered to Your Door at CITY PRICES. Full Stocks of Latest Lines. Write, Ring, or CalL James Mclntyre Opp. Station, ? MAYLANDS. For Good Blacksmith and Plumbing Work, J. 0LYTHE Guildford Road, Maylands. Near Seventh-Ave. ' , Bates, Tanks, Windmills, Stoves Repaired. Bought or Sold Goidfields Club Hotel COBNEB PIER AND WELLING TON-STBEETS. Swan and Union Ale on Draught. At the Criterion HoteL Hay street...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Shaftesbury. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

Shaltesbory. |t Peter Brooks has certainly beaten Sai records for vaudeville in Perth, pod his shows even get better week j|jy week. There isn't a dud act on Wkf Shaftesbury programme at pre Pbn|; every turn stands out, and it's ward to pick one's best facourite. gTpu .like melody? There are Olive Efeddon (sweetest of contraltos) and llioo Mitchell, aqd -the imposing Ma mette Morgan and the Dandy Peter gprnspif to present it to you, sensa |§mar- La Belle Marie and the jpfcarlberts can supply it. Comedy? Iphas. Delavale and Elvie Stagpoole, Igihe poe'try of motion? Here are |&e Lauries and Gladys Walsh -all wtistes, and not a turn tot isn't the Sliest ever. Nest Friday Paul Stan Bjj&ie,'' comedian, is expected with a gMmole heap of brand new laughs.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

nsm m £ ca ADELAIDE STREET, FREMANTLE Our Bargains Are Without Equal Anywhere in the World. Call To-day to Inspect These. You will Marvel at the Good Values. Come Early and Avoid the Crowd SMARTLY TRIMMED MILLIN ? ERY. ^ See Our Window Display. A Special Line of TAGELS, in shades of fawn, white, navy, and black, smartly trimmed with trail of fruit; flowers, etc.: Special Price, 6/6. Ladies' PANAMAS, smart sailor shapes, bands of white corded rib bon; Special Price, 15/6. Girls' Checkered Zephyr HATS, droop shapes, 'shades of pink, mauve, and green; Special Price, 1/11. ? PETER PAN, fawn, poplin, smart shapes; Special Price, 1/9 * each. MANCHESTER MONEY-SAVERS Don't Miss These. Christy's Grey and White Striped Turkish TOWELS, a' gift at 1/11 each. 80in. Heavy Twilled SHEETING, for double beds. This is a good quality sheeting, and do. dressing; Special Price, 5/11 yard. 36in. Pure CALICO, made from the best long stapled cotton, most suitable for ladies' underwear; Spe cial Price, 2/6 ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

MIDLAND JUNCTION. The Commercial Hotel OPPOSITE THE STATION. Residential, Up-to-Date, and Comfortable. Swan Beer. H. S. JONES, Proprietor. For Seeds, Plants, and Flowers, I'M vow, fl That you'll find/the finest on earth fl Call or Write Dawson,- Harrison 9 now, . -m Their Shop is in Barrack-Btreet, ? Perth. iM Tubular Steel Whipple Trees, Eye» Bolts, Trace Hooks, Grab Links 9 or Dees. 'Twice as strong asiB Iron. Last three times as long^fl Replaced Free if they dont. f ? AH Stores, or - |fl G. F. BEST, M 39 HENSMAN-EOAD, SUBIACO. I S. BEECROFT J BUTCHER, M 181 EOKEBYROAD, SUBIACO.9 ONLY PRIME FRESH KILLED]! MEAT SOLD. fl Phone 1341. fl At the Criterion Hotel, Hayi^| street. — Swan Beer at its best. Regfl Harrison, proprietor. ^fl

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

Miss Evelyn Robson, L.A.B., of Kalgoorlie, has succeeded in gain A ing signal honours under the Asso ciated Board of the Royal College of Music . London. This young lady is the first resident of Western Australia' who has' passed the - board's highest examination in lie theory of music, and the only person in Australia who has attained this - honour since 1912. Finest of Serges, Silks, Crepe do Chinas, Suit and Dress Lengths, Bemn&nte; also many exclusive - Lines, are shown by HARRIS, ? 127 St. George's Terrace (Upstairs). No Shop Front. Right #pp. Foy's Mail Entrance. Cash or deposit. Trade Supplied. Weekly Payments to Xmas Time. It will pay you to call LADIES ONLY. YOU WANT~WAVY HAIR? WELL TRY WAVE-ENA. 1/9. All Leading Chemists and ^ ? SiojceSjOr direct from Sole Agent: AtrSTBfcL-OTPPty DEPOT, 61 BOYAL ARCADE; TS^TH. MILLINERY ARTIST. LA NON PAREILLE, MADAM LOUISE (Late of Mel -~f\ bourne). HATS OF CHARM AND DIS TINCTION 186 WILLIAM-STREET (opposite Royal Hotel). ' CALL A...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Mdlle. Mimi. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

— — w — TMMllo. Mitni. fePAtter may be defined as original Rumour which falls on 'patters na injjxally and rymthically like rain — tjg&wwpi^ the All-Diggers show at SnaMaiesty's. Perth has never Spard better storytellers in its exis llence than these boys from France, fpeorge Jennings and Hughie Gan laprt being masters in dialogue, with Sput once' straining for effect. The gitem, 'On the Staff,' was an exqui mtte piece of fooling that carried ai |» .-foreign sugar at an average of £43l Wtiai the old bam and in the trenches lire pieces of artistic acting that are ifepyer. overdone; every artiste shines IfphiB1 own particular line. Roy iB&aister, -die basso, with Geo. Jen §a*mgs and' Hugh Gannon putting jfswer the comedy stuff, and Cyril Ijffines, baritone, and Claude Han p*3»,' tenor, giving us the melody; Ipl Lindsey Kemble was a perfect ifcminine deception. The trio with jijpbjch the second act opened was a Ksrosical treat. |§ Saturday night there was a com Iplete c...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Royal. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 17 October 1920

The RoyaL P Norman Talmadge has troubles of jjiier own in 'She Loves and Lies,1' pr adaptation of WjMe CoUins* fa mjtnis novel, which opened at the ipoyal last night.' Not only is she afaiinH upon to assume the roles of m? young actress, a frequenter ot SBrlenwich Village, New York's fa IgBtnis Bohemian quarter, and an old iidy of fifty-two, but she must play lite tetter part so well that she can ipnd a husband «of about half her fige-^and she gets away with it. iPshe Loves and Lies' is one of those plays -that interests at the start, ggrows -in suspense and ends with a piini»T that contains a surprise. Miss gSSlxxiadge -has the best opportunity ptlier career for comedy work, and gjitows that she is talented in this ||me- as well as emotional roles. sgSmway* Tearje, her handsome lead ling man, also, has a role well suited IPThis talents and is an admirable iioll to the fun of the star, and the itest of the cast is excellent. Alto jire&er 'She Loves and Lies' is a de ||tehtfu...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
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