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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

Tattersall's Club Races ^ AT Belmont Park Course SATURDAY NEXT* A ? * The West Australian Trotting Association (Incorporated.) SATURDAY NEXT. Stakes - - 500 Sovs. DOMINATIONS CLOSE ON MONDAY NEXT, AT 5 PM. A. R. FLINT, Secretary/ ^ SHAFTESBUSfY EVERY EVENING AT 8. ??« Direction, Peter Brooks. Manager, Onnond Burton. PAUL STANHOPE PRESENTS HIS SECOND REVIEW— 'SEE SAW.' Introducing New Scenery, New Wardrobe, and thz Latest Songs and Dances. LA BELLE MARIE, THE INTREPID TRAPEZIST, Will .positively do the Slide to Death. Hanging by her teeth, this daring young lady will slide on a wire from the gallery to the stage. Prices— 3/-, 2/-, 1/-, plus tax. Plan at the Theatre. Tel. 3383. SUNDAY NIGHT— Star Pictures and Vocal Items by Miss Mabelle -, Morgan. The West Australian Trotting Association INCORPORATED Christmas Carnical 27th. and 29th. DECEMBER, 192O. 1st. and 3rd. JANUARY, 1921. NOMINATIONS for Principal Event* CLOSE on Monday Next, at 5 p. m. . A. R. FLINT, Secretary - DAN JAMESON - ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mimes, Mummers & Melody-Makers [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

fefimes, Mummers&Mdody-Makers K^Tiie Yellow Typhoon' at the litWal is something different, and Egows the society rendezvous of libree continents. &be Kate Howarde Company hen on the 6th November at His gjfest/s in 'Possum Paddock. ^Keith Kennedy Co. at Midland on |mday night, and then on to Fre laritle. %&- 'Possum Paddock's' touring lanager, Mr. Len. Buderick, is well fcow£ in the business. He knbws fflstralia thoroughly, and has been fijfrver,the continent- Mr. Buder 1:1s just' through a tour of Queens id?and speaks well of the Nor tern State, where he says things £ve never been better. I'The reception at the Savoy Hotel Mkl by Humphrey Bishop Co. to |aMe Perth residents to meet the Inch travelled company, was a fine access. Mr. Bishop's singing was Enotable feature of the occasion, m is a foretaste of what is in store BT Perth audiences. IPaul Stanhope's revues at the Safiesbury just suit Elvie Stagpole, p Ifjey certainly suit the audience. gjbe£lie Holmes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

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MR. JOE BRENNAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

MR. JOE BRENNAN, Who has returned to Australia with the Humphrey Bishop Co., and will be welcomed by his many friends at their opening perform- . ance last night, at His Majesty's.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

Dan Jamieson wishes to notify his clients that his 10/- special, Moonee Valley Cup did not start. He will, however, give free of charge if de sired the 10/- special on Monday, in place of same. Three winners at As cot on Saturday: — Blue Lady, Cap tain Fox, Saint Humphrey.

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S.A. v. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

S.A. v. VICTORIA. Victoria (1st innings). — Mayne, b, 42; Park, c. 153; Willis, c, 20; Bar ing, c, 39; Ransford, not out, 54; Armstrong, not out, 45; sundries. 11. Total (for five wkts), 363.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

Ipiiaist'on your Newsagent deliver Bag your 'Sunday Mirror' early jjpery Sunday. ? . ? IF' ' j| Make mo Mistake! , The committee of the Braille As heartily thank all the artistes who assisted them in the recent con cent. Also the business men and , others who responded tov their re quest for assistance promptly and substantially. If you want a stylish, comfort able, and safe turnout for business or pleasure, look up Foy, 80 James street. He will hire, sell, or ex change.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

WESLEY CHURCH POSTER. 'THE ORIGIN OF MAN.' Why not 'THE ORIGIN OF MANN'? Or 'THE ORIGIN OF HANN'? Because 'THE ORIGIN OF MANN' helped to keep* 'THE POSITION OF HANN' busy with 'THE HANGMAN OF MANN,' who strangled for a crust 'THE VICTIMS OF HAM,' and whooped for 'THE BOODLERS OF SCRAN.'

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

Alderman Terence MacSwiney, Lord Mayor of Cork, died last week as a .result of his refusal to take food while imprisoned for what he believed to be his country s cause. Although a vast mass of public op inion in England — not to speak of other parts of the world— was utter ly opposed to the Lloyd George Go vernment's policy in this and*other recent hunger strike cases, no influ ence that was brought to bear prov ed powerful enough to overcome these alleged Briton's hatred for Bri tish subjects who had the misfor tune -to be born Irishmen. As a result of MacSwiney 's death it is safe to say that the name of the pre sent British Government stinks in every quarter of the civilised world. MacSwiney's body now lies in thi grave, 'but his soul goes marching on!' Within the next few weeks The Mirror believes that the world will be given unquestionable proof that one dead patriot it[ worth more than a million living jingo howlers.

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

ITEMS O*IKTX&CST. ? Walton, driver of Wflly. Willy, was ? cautioned by the stewards for exces sive use of th ewhip. In the Maylands Handicap Caress lauuerea, caMsmg kittle Cleve i» fall, and Cofcn ran into the latter, Blakely being dislodged and .receiv ing abrasions about the head and legs. Riseberry, driver of Little Cleve was badly shaken, and receiv ed a forceful blow in the back from Colin. An inquiry has\been opened and adjourned until Monday night. Ireland, driver of Jewel Land, was cautioned for carrying Cythera out too wide. Another accident occured in the Midland -Handicap on entering the straight during the second lap. Dou ble Bells was the first to come down and Tommy Tiddler and Alok fell over him. Fortunately none of the drivers nor horses were hurt. An inquiry will be held at 830 on Monday night. , ? 1

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TROTTING LARGE ATTENDANCE-SPLENDID SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

TROTTING LARGE ATTENDANCE— SPLENDID SPORT. The WA.TA. held its 305th meet ing under electric light last night in tre presence of a large attendance. The English cricketers were present during the evening. The weather was perfect, betting brisk and the racing more than usually interest ing. A couple of accidents in the running marred the evening's amuse ment. The following are the results: STATE HANDICAP, of 50 sovs.; one mile and a quarter (2.57 to 2.47). . Mr. D. Skipper's b c Willy WBJy, by Breeze— Dome Bell, 110 yds. bhd. (Walton) ? 1 Peter Huon, 100 bhd. (Foley) .. 2 Wallace Queen, 80 bhd. (Hallion) 3 Other starters : Carroll's Christmas, Florrie Wood, Doughy, Kyatt, scr.; Queen Bee, 20; Dolly W., Coronet,. 25; Quicksilver, 55; Wedgwood, Kit ty Dexter, 65; Little Prince, Mor wyn, Proud Willow, 75; Zephyr, Wally's Pride, Master Dudley, 80; May Queen, Etrah, 90; Rhoda Wii kes, 100; Majority,. Archdale, 110. Betting: 5 to 4 agst Wallace Q., 5 to 2 Willy Willy, 5 to 1 Peter Hu on, 7...

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CRICKET ENGLISH TEAM IN FINE FORM Century by Makepeace. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

CRICKET ENGLISH TEAM IN FINE FORM Century by Makepeace. The weather conditions and pitch were at their best yesterday in the one day match, in which .the visit ing Englishmen met the West Aus tralian eleven. ' There was a mag nificent attendance, the gate net ting over £500. -Douglas r*aptained the English team, and Rowe the WestraUan team. The Pommy cap tain won the toss, and opened up with Hobbs. and -RusselL Both batsmen and fielders received an ovation as they went out to open the game: Buttsworth and Chris tian bowled. Hobbs scored off Buttsworth's first ball, and in fours and twos and singles built up a fine played 61, but - it is noticeable that he did not take too many liberties with Christian, who bowled splen didly throughout. Makepeace's innings of 117 was a great exhibition — it was cricket, and the Englishman gave away very few chances, and the catch he gave Christian could almost be called ill lUCJi. Three of the Englishmen came out with 'ducks.' Fender, whom Borthwick...

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EASTERN RACING V.R.C. EURYTHMIC WINS STATES. Salitros Capture the Derby. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

EASTERN RACING ? u ? EURYTHMIC WINS STATES. Salitros Captures the Derby. The V.R.C. Spring meeting was successfully opened to-dav. Repre sentatives from all the States were present. The racing proved of great interest. . Following are the results: — Maiden Plate.— One mile. Roland Graeme, 1; Yoorala, 2; Dignity, 3. 15 to 1 agst Roland Graeme. Maribyrnong Plate.— Five fur longs'. Antarian, 1; Furious, 2; Ot acre, 3. 20 to 1 agst winner. Melbourne Stakes. — Mile and a quarter. Eurythmic (Dempsey), 1; Grc.i.it'id (Conneil), 2; i'ohrel (Bracken), 3. 6 to 4 agst Eurythmic. Victoria Derby. — Mile and a half. Salitros (Conneil), 1; Nautical (Kil Jorn), 2; Syce Knight (Wood), 3. 4 to 1 winner. Cantala Stakes.— One mile. Ethi opian, 1; De Monte, 2; Bandunia, 3. Hotham Handicap. — One mile and a half. Luteplayer, 1; Red Cardi nal, 2; Tangalooma, 3. 7, to 1 win ner. London, Oct. 30. -1 Lieut.-Col. Sir Gerald Smith, - r| K.C.M.G., died yesterday. | (Sir Gerald will be remembered as 1 the defend...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

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Turf & Trotting Tattle [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

Turf & Trotting' Tattle (By 'Oricklewood, Junr.') The West Australian TattersalTs Club will hold a race meeting on the Belmont Park Racecourse' next Saturday. Australia's premier event, the Mel bourne Cup. will be decided at Flemington on Tuesday. The win ner should come from Eurythmic, Accrington, or Ecarte. Easingwold is 'dass.'- Astia again refused to take kindly to the illegitimate business last Monday. Lord* Mangar soon. Young Carrew sustained a broken collarbone when Kazan fell with him at headquarters on Monday. Master Gauze was the unlucky one through this accident. The following are the acceptances for the Melbourne Cup: Poitrel, 10.0; Kennaquhair, 9.8; Eurythmic (inc. 101b. pen.), 9.4; Pershore (inc. 101b. pen.), 8.11; Daarawin (inc. 71b. pen.), 7.9; Salitros (inc. 101b. pen.), 7j6; Drumore, 7Ja; ' Red Cardinal, 7.5; Strathredole, 7.3; Accrington, 73; Tangalooma, 72; Seabound, 72; 'Fervent (inc. 71b. pen.), 72; Erasmus, 7.0; Queen Comedy, 7.0; Ecarte (inc. 71b. pen...

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Pope Profiteers on Punters SELLING THE PUNTERS A PUP—EXTORTIONATE FARES TO RACECOURSES—AND WRETCHEDLY-RUN SERVICE—RACE-GOERS SHAMEFULLY VICTIMISED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

Pope Profiteers oiv Punters SELLING THE PUNTERS A PUP-EXTORTIONATE FARES TO RACECOURSES-AND WRETCHEDLY-RUN SERVICE— EACE-GOEES SHAMEFULLY VICTIMISED. Under ike pre-Pope regime the public hati become resigned to the shortsighted policy which on every occasion relegated our railway sys 4. ? *~ o ctandani which one woula hardly look for in even the inost un civilised portion of tile earths sur face. It was hoped, however, that the knowledge the^present Commis sioner of Railways inust have glean ed overseas (providing he possessea a modicum of common sense, and did not embark on his travels with -his«yes shutl would certainly tend to improve. That Corporal Popes rule is sadly behind what was pro mised will be realised from a peru sal of the following remarks by our Sporting Editor:— Cricklewood, Junr., Talks. The railway arrangements in con nection with last week's WJV.T-C. anniversary meetings were a stand ing disgrace, and it is .up to Com missioner Pope to see that some al teration i...

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STEEL RUDD IN LONDON. WAS IT A MISTAKE? [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

STEEL RUDD IN LONDON. WAS IT A MISTAKE? A London 'Times' criticism of 'On Our Selection' — which, as our readers are aware, was recently stag ed in London — confirms an impres sion that this writer has harboured at the back of his mind since the proposal was first mooted — namely, that the presentation of a carica ture of Australian bush life before an English audience is not calculat ed to prove a good advertisement for Australia. Steel Rudd knew, and loved, the bush type. He exaggerated its fol lies and foibles without any intent of malice, and no Australian could entertain for a moment the idea that he was being treated to any thing but a caricature. Neither, for that matter, could any intelli gent Englishman, but to appreciate a caricature, one must be acquaint ed with the original; and the G.B.P. doesn't know the original Australian. Most of the average Englishman's conceptions of Aus trah'a and Australians are a great deal more grotesque — and a great deal less true — than any...

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