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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 24 October 1920

S. BEECROFT BUTCHER, 181 ROKEBY-ROAD, SUBXACO. ONLY PRIMS ? FRBSH-KXLLED MEAT SOLD. ' Phone 1341. .' » , Estimates Given. Telephone A2664 STEIN PICTURE FRAMING CO. ART PICTURE FRAMERS AND PRINT SELLERS. GLASS AND MOULDING MER CHANTS. 817 HAY-STREET, PERTH. (Near His Majesty's Theatre). A Trial Solicited. Terms Moderate, At the Criterion Hotel, Hay. street.— Swan Beer at its best. Reg Harrison, proprietor.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 24 October 1920

pHEATRE I ROYAL. i| Direction . ^ Tom Coombe. I SHOWING FROM I MONDAY I FRIDAY far. ? ? ' E THE Sensational attraction It,.- Entitled Wthe courage of marge iv', O'DOONE. IfcMAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION, KTEEMING WITH EXCITING m SITUATIONS. Kindreds- of animals en gcaged in this gigantic g;-:'i SUPER FEATURE. E TWO POPULAR SCREEN i: artistes, Isles welch Pi; - And 1'-- ? PAULINE STAEKE, ^P*ake part in this Photoplay. j||,3 And the Story by iijAMES OLIVER CURWOOD |^-Is without doubt, his Best. ^REMEMBER LABOUR DAY, Mm] . ? And Visit BHEATRE ROYAL Rf THE BEST EVER. §§- W. T. M. HANSEN, WE? Manager. |hIS MAJESTY'S m. SATURDAY NEXT. W SATURDAY NEXT. If1'- ?3 GEDRIC JOHNSON fe** Presents Kg* Ep?pr the Fjrst Time in Australia. K| \ The Famous English I 1 HUMPHREY I BISHOP ? ** Comedy and Operatic Co. Hp? 1 Direct from their I ^ Wonderful World-Tour ? jpBngland, Africa, India, China,' Kgpan, Mayay States, Mesopotamia, m etc- KpISTINGUISHED COMBINA mpOJH OF ALLrSTAR ARTISTS. ?fijbx Plan at Nichols...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 24 October 1920

— ? : ? — - — iMOEEftT^ ? V JE- , Successors to ,c - J ) Get a 'Mastiff' Brand (Reg.) Ready-to-Wear Suit They are Cut by Experts, and are Made by Experts in Our Own Workrooms. They fit } as if they were Made to Order, and you Can't Tell the Difference - ' \ 7 Guineas I- ? ___ IS THE PRICE I [HAM WBffll

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THE GUILLOTINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 24 October 1920

THE- GUILLOTINE. IkFJB. (Coittesloe Beach): Regret no Space available for Collie Races, feasting you results. pfBelinont and West Guildford Readers: Regret local notes crowded

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 24 October 1920

8how me a! man whose head Is clear, And I'll show jou a man who DRINKS BEAUFORT ARMS HOTEL COfcNlfc BEAUFORT and NEWCASTLE STREETS. 'PHONE 4063. GEORGE T. JEFFS. ? '. ? Proprietor. - Bottle Department: Aeroplane Quality, Submarine Priees. SUBIACO RESIDENTIAL HOTEL BOXEBY-ROAD JUNCTION, IUBIACO. Under the able manafiment of WALTER WIN©. 1 TARIFF MODERATE. HANDY TO NEDLANDS. TRAMS EVERY FEW MINUTES. EMU BEER ALWAYS ON TAP. EMU BEER ALWAYS ON TAP. GREAT BOULDER HOTEL Corner MUREAT and GEORGE STREETS, UXjDEB HEW MANAGEMENT. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. EVERYTHING UP TO DATE. ARTHUR BOYLAN. MCCARTHY'S Railway Hotel, Barrack St., Perth ' mbs. s. b. McCarthy, Proprietress. I£ you want to buy a good, cheap TALKING MACHINE give us a call. We have them from JS2 2s: to d§100 We stock all kinds of Becords run ning in price froin Is. to SI. We ke *p duplicate parts for nearly all machine?, and we effect all kinds of repairs. Country orders promptly attended to. Phonograph & Typewriter Co. 10 Ce...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mines, Mummers and Melody-Makers [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 24 October 1920

Mines, Niniers iMNel«li-MiKcrs The All-Diggers and Mdlle Mimi open at Fremantle on Tuesday. Only a few more weeks of the popular 'Vogues and Vanities' at Queen's Hall. New, sparkling outdoor drama at the Royal. 'The Courage of Mar jorie O'Roone.' W. A. Cook, representative for Kennedy, is one of the oldest ad vertising agents in Australia. Start ed at the age of 12, and has been in the game ever since. Has seen plenty of the world, and queer char acters in it. This is his first trip to the West. He has the finest and oldest collection of photos, of theatrical identities in existence. Some of them, date back to 1850. Some of these can be seen at Mel rose Theatre. The tip-top of a superlative pro gramme at Vogues and Vanities is a .wonderful contralto, 'Rose Car lodus.' Perth has never heard any thing greater. Keith Kennedy, at the Melrose. icakes his vioLn talk. There is scarcely any conceivable thing this wizard of the bow cannot do on his stringed instrument. He caa imi tate birds ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 24 October 1920

WEATHER FORECAST. The .State Meteorologist supplies the following forecast for to-morrow and Monday: — 'Some' light showers in the S.W., southwards, from Perth, but rapid ly clearing, and weather becoming fine again by Monday. S.W. to S.E. winds chiefly.'

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 24 October 1920

THE WEST AUSTRALIAN TURF CLUB RACES. Monday, 25th. October £kV FIRST RACE 25 J. C. CLARK, Secretary. THE WEST AUSTRALIA* TROTTING ASSOCIATION. ' (Incorporated). LABOUR DAY TROTTING EVENTS 1 ROYAL SHOW GROUNDS OCTOBER 26, 1920. DIVIDED HANDICAP.— Of 100 'so vs. Constituting three races. For horses handicapped 2.45 and no better than 232, to be classified by handicapper. Nom. 5s; Acceptance according to value of stake. Distance, one mile and a half. A. R. FLINT, Secretary. - DAN JAMESON - ' Established 19 Years.— The ONE AND ONLY 'L, Turf Adviser in W-A. LOMBARD CHAMBERS, T ? St. George's Terrace, Perth, .^SSSSSSfe^ IMPORTANT -fflpS-'SA*^:-i:'VjN*S^, to his numberless clients the bene- jMPfl^^l .'^ff jfifflk fit of his long years of experience ul^^^^&^UB^^MSiWBL bv giving One Special for each j^BIJ^BJ^BBSPSfiBHWa Note- One horse only, but some- I^HBH^^^^^^BS Be Sure and Consult the ONLY ll^^^^Hraijk&i^ jSB/ JAMESON before going to the ^^^^HPSSPtrJ^HnT Races. Y^^^^^MtfM...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cables London. Oct. 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 24 October 1920

Cables London. Oct. 23. The Government has declared ' its intention to take measures 'to gri^ - quately protest life and property,' This is interpreted as a threat of force against the strikers. Many regiments have openly declared their sympathy with the workers. The Government's action is' regard- - ed as a sign of desperation, but is unlikely to improve matters. The Transport Workers (200,000 strong) have been issued instruc tions as to how they should act in the event of being called out. The Triple Alliance meets to-day to de cide action. It is believed that the railway workers are ready to strike if called on. v

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 24 October 1920

Harry Smith ALL EVENTS. STILL THE PREMIER TOBAC CONIST (Wholesale and Retail). t. GLEESON. 857 HAY-STREET, 247 WILLIAM-STREET. 63 BARRACK-STREET, PERTH. ,

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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TROTTING 2O4th. Electric Light Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 24 October 1920

TROTTING 2O4tK. Electric LigHt Meeting The 304th electric light trotting meeting was held last night in beau tiful weather. There was a large attendance. Montana was very lucky to win the Murdock Handicap in two respects. In the first place he beat the pistol at the start (much to the disgust of the majority of the onlookers), and at the finish, when O.G. appeared to have the race in hand, faultered badly. The following are the results: — GRACE HANDICAP, of 60 sovs.; one mile and a half (scratch mark 235). Mr. S. Davis's ch g Queensland, by Sparkling Bells— Dolly, 15 yds. bhd. (Davis) ? 1 Colin, 20 bhd. (Blakely) ? 2 Parole's Honor, scr. (Pearn) .. 3 Other starters: Promise, Dick Wilkes, Gold wood, scr.; Dearest Rib bon, 15; Caress, 20; Cythera, 25. May field, Bell Boy, 30; Miss Dora, 50; Buckingbar Lass, 75. Betting: 2 to 1 agst Queensland, 3 to 1 Colin, 4 to 1 Miss Dora, 7 to 10 to 1 others. Dividends: S.O. (for 10/-): £2/6/-; place (for 5/-), 8/-, 11/, 14/. Won by a foot, with ei...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 24 October 1920

His Majesty's Theatre PERTH, MONDAY EVENING at 8 Matinee at 2.3O TOWN HALL, FREMANTLE Direction ? J. and N. TAIT.. 25th. and 26tn. OCTCBER, at 8 p m. 'Mademoiselle Mimi' The Dinkom Digger Show has achieved a brilliant victory with the Humorous Story of the War. Prices— 3/, 2/, and 1/. Booked Seats, 4/. Plans at Nicholson's ' - Fremantle Prices, 3/- and 2/-. Booked 4/- Plan at Cooks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 24 October 1920

?W^Al..'S BEST j^INTD MOST ^JOOnNTOiMCXO^LIL* \ *| you ^ *rs: Hygenic Dental Institute A^'*»' Ad»is«»» 134 BARRACK STIRJESIEST. PERTH Tel. A2841 ' ' ]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 24 October 1920

BERT PARSLOW EPSOM AND METROP. - TWO CUPS. S.O. and DOUBLE. TATTERSALL'S CLUB, PERTH. J. BALFOUR COMMISSION AGENT, MARKET-STREET, FREMANTLE. .^am I Communicate With Hobart. Insist on your Newsagent deliver ing your 'Sunday Miirdr-' eady every Sunday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 24 October 1920

QUEEN'S HALL Direction SELECT AMUSEMENTS CO. Cedric Johnson's brflliant musical success VOGUES and VANITIES Featuring first appearance in W.A. of Miss Rose Car rod us The remarkable Contralto Star from Rigo Grand Opera Co., Melbourne NIGHTLY 8.1S

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OnKaparinga Adelaide, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 24 October 1920

O ntLaparinga Adelaide, Saturday. The first October meeting of the Onkaparinga Racing Club took place at Oakbank to-day. Following are the results: — MAIDEN HURDLES— Two miles and 3J chains. Kanwyn ? 1 -Rubble ? .. .. 2 Venezelos ? 3 * Dividend (for £1) : £1/18/. SPRING HURDLES.— Two miles 3J chains. Naval Gem ? 1 Sir Mac ? 2 Seglum ? 3 Dividend, £2/16/-. O.R.C. OCTOBER HANDICAP.— One mile and three furlongs. Scamada ? '. .. 1 New Shot ? 2 Probation ? .'.... 3 Dividend, £10/6/-. OCTOBER STEEPLECHASE.— 2i miles. Jffiss Rosslyn ? 1 Feniquite ? 2 Press Through ? 3 Dividend: £8/9/-. WOODSIDE STAKES— Five fur- longs. Wynett ? 1 Thaynut .. .' ? 2 Lady Lossie ..«.......;.. 3 ? Dividend: £4/4/-. WELTER STEEPLECHASE.— Two miles and seven chains. Poin ? ; . 1 Country Lad .. .y ? 2 Warrakoo Lad ? 3 Dividend, £3/1/-. WELTER HANDICAP.— One mile and three chains. Argosy Boy ? 1 'Monopolist .. ? 2 Jessie Sterling ? 3 Dividend, £3/3/-.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Eastern Racing Rosehill Sydney. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 24 October 1920

Eastern Racing' Rosehill Svdnev. Saturday. The Rosehill Club held its Octo ber meeting to-day in fine weather, with the undermentioned results:' — BLANVILLE STAKES.— One mile. Auster ? -.. ? 1 Sola Rays ? 2 Bedouin .. 1 ? 3 Betting: 7 to 2 agst Auster. CLYDE STAKES.— Six furlongs. . Coolstone ? 1 Portrait ? : ? 2 Falgar ? 3 Betting: 5 to 4 agst Coolstone. NURSERY HANDICAP.— Four and a half furlongs. BeBe Shot ? l Montoro ? 2 Maelgwen ? 3 Betting: Evens agst Belle Shot. BOSEHXU. HANDICAP— 1£ miles Kerwaka ? ?, .. .. 1 Posadoon .. ? 2 Kihumon ? 3 Betting: 6 to 4 agst Kerssaka. ' — Seven furlongs. Ventrola ? 1 Cobochon ? 2 i Wish-Wigeane .. ? 3 v Betting: 2 to 1 agst Ventrola. PARRAMATTA BOLE. Grey Arrow ............ 1 Golden Bronze ? 2 Westindo ? 3 Betting: 5 to 2 agst Grey Arrow.

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The Chaplin Marriage Re-Called HIS WIFE'S POIGNANT STORY. Told in MIRROR This Week [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 24 October 1920

Hie Chaplin Marriage Re-Called HIS WIFE'S POIGNANT STORY. Told in MIRROR This Week. Interviewed in Los Angelos by a Sunday Mirror man; that pathetic little figure Mildred Harris Chaplin, tore herself away from the Crowd of producers, operators, and callers to give the attached statement for pub lication to her many friends and ad mirers in Western Australia. Obvi ously upset, the little lady who had some difficulty in restraining tears, 'When I married Charlie I thought I was going to be one of the' happi est women in the world, but disillu sionment came slowly and surely. Although an extremely rich man, the mere mention of providing me with pretty frocks and hats was enough to drive Charlie into a fren zy. He is very keen on the idea that this world is full of sorrow and misery, and if you do not cut down your expenditure on luxuries you will be mocking the misery of the poor. 'When my baby was born, our happy courtship days returned for a while, and Charlie was all that could be d...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Moonee Valley WHITE PHAST WINS. GOOD RACING. Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 24 October 1920

Moonee Valley WHITE PHAST WINS. GOOD RACING. Melbourne, Saturday. The Moonee Valley Racing Club's Cup Meeting was held to-day in wet weather, and a fair attendance, with the following results:— BOA MIA HURDLES— Two miles. Rare Scot (Robertson) .... 1 Nickajack (McGregor) .... 2 Mont Blanc (Warner) .... 3 Other starters: Dead Centr- Gar vegh, Melkington, Hollydean. Stum bier. ' ???%MUKKKk Betting: 6 to 1 agst Mont Blanc, 15 to 1 Nickajack, 20 to 1 Rare Scot. Won by a length. Time, 3 min. 57 sec. ST. ALBAN'S HANDICAP (First Division). — Four furlongs. The Palais (Walker) ? 1 . Hop-picker (Maher) ? 2 Rustic Lass (Bariner) .... 3 Other starters: Pengaris, Storm, Chelidon, Mandeville, Monkoma, Too Cool, Shepherd Maid. . .-'. Betting: 7 to 4 agst Hop-picker, 7 to 1 The Palais, 33 to 1 Rustic Lass. Won by one length. Time, 52 sec: ST. ALBAN'S HANDICAP (Second Division). — Four furlongs. Elmira (Davis) ? 1 Sighter (Gardiner) ? 2 Loch Linnie (Biglands) .... 3 Other starters: Belted Will, Nor...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Racing Comments [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 24 October 1920

Racing Comments (By 'Cricklewood, Jun.'). The W.A.T.C. held its first day's racing in connection with the Anni versary Meeting at headquarters yes terday in beautiful weather, and be fore a very fair attendance. Larpon was the only scratching for the First Hurdle Race, leaving nine starters. Betting opened 5 to 2 the neld, Warambie and Warname be ing quoted at that price. When the market had settled, Warambie was the medium of solid support, being backed down to 6 to 4. Warflame had numerous admirers, who took 5 to 2 and threes; there was not much money for the others. Amiens led for the first mile,, when he was dis placed by Nonplussed,, and the lat ter maintained his position to the finish and won nicely -by a length and a half from Warflame, with Captain Alcock a length and three quarters away third, w Yarrandale was fourth. Warambie jumped badly throughout. ? White Astia baulked at the second hurdle in the straight. Campbell had several at tempts to make Astia jump without avail...

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