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Rating Comments COMMENTS ON GOODWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

Racing Comments — o — COMMENTS ON GOODWOOD. (By 'Cricklewood, Tun.') A great crowd put in an appear ance yesterday at Goodwood in spite of Commissioner Pope's 'hammer- lock' railway fare of 2/8 return for a couple of miles' journey. Owing to the excess railway charges a very large number of patrons reached ?the course 'per foot.' ; Proceedings opened with the Sec ond Class Purse, for which there were 15 runners (Rothboy, La Car namah, and Dreary Dawn being scratched). It was a good race, several candidates being well back ed at prices ranging from fives to twentys. Nano opened favourite at fives, but eased to eights with the backing of General ' Sarsfield, Loch Elvie, Son of Super, and Famsworth, but the bulk of money was for Son of Super, who was sent out favourite at the finish at sixes. General Sarsfield and Orel Lass was responsible for the pace to the turn, Where Rossville ran -to the front, but in the straight Famsworth (who was lyiag about third ajl the way) put in his claim,...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MUSICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

MUSICAL NOTES. A visit to the cool and spacious piano warehouse of Passmour's Ltd, 84a Beaufort-street, opposite Mus eum, is a revelation to the lover of musical instruments. Some of the latest models of high grade English pianos are in stock. It is a plea sure to Jisten to the fine tone of these instruments. All kinds of string instruments are also carried. Mr. Nenke, the manager, has a. host of interesting things- to tell about conditions in Europe, from which portion of the earth he has just re turned, after successfully obtaining agencies for- instruments' suitable to the Australian climate.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

LET US FURNISH YOU ? — — : ? — ? In the Best of Taste j THE BEST IS NOT ALWAYS THE DEAREST. IN FACT, THE BEST IS THE MOST ECONOMICAL WHEN IT IS NICHOLS & ETHEL'S. ^ Buy Your Furniture from; the Manufaoturers. Their Name is a guarantee. NICHOLS & ETHEL, Essex Street, Fremantle.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

PISH MD £ Ctt ADELAIDE STREET, FREMANTLE Invite You to See the Delightful Styles in. . New Season's Millinery A WEALTH OF THE LATEST CREATIONS ARE HERE AWAITING YOUR CRITICAL IN SPECTION. W HAVE STYLES TO^UIT ALL AGES AND TASTES. PRICES ARE DECIDED LY LOW— MUCH LOWER THAN 'YOU IMAGINE FOR SUCH EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD VALUES. NOTE THESE SPECIALS! We have just received a late ship ment of very * Smart Trimmed HATS, which we are offering at VERY SPECIAL PRICES. ' VERY SPECIAL PRICES. , Ladies' Untrimmed Rough STRAWS, assorted colours of black, white, vieux rose, and fawn; Special 'Price 5/11. If You've seen a certain shape or style that you fancy and wish to have a hat made of similar design, come and place your order with us. Art Pedal STRAWS, good colours and trimmed with faille ribbon and dainty hand-made spra3Ts; Special . Prices from 27/6 each. Children's Cream Pedal STRAWS, in droop shapes; Special Price 3/3 each. , Fine RUSH HATS, for school wear; Special- Price 4/6 each. We have an ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

Get Your Teeth Promptly and Thoroughly%Attended To by *- Mr. aT*%EATHCOTE, Dental Surgeon, Corner Barrack and William Sts. . Upstairs, Over Trouchet (Chemist). Tel. A4814. ^For, Seeds, Plants, and Flowers, I vow, - - That you'll find the finest on earth Call or Write Dawson, Harrison ~ now, Their Shop is in Barrack-street, Perth. Insist on your Newsagent deliver-, ing your 'Si%tday Mirror.' early - every Sunday. WHERE TO SHOP I IN MOUNT LAWLEY. j B. McINTYRE, Family Butcher, 656 BEAUFORT-STREET, Opp. Lyceum Theatre. Best Quality Meat. Prompt Deliverv Call or Ring A2838. Our Home-cooked Goods, with Heinz Pickles make dainty eating. IVANHOE DAIRY PRODUCE, WaUcott &«Beaufort Sts. We Deliver Promptly. Call or Ring A3952. We Fix Everything You Need in ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, Quickly and Cheaply. HYNES AND COWAN, 567 BEAUFORT-STREET, MT. LAWLEY. Call or Ring, A2719. , CYCLE AND MOTOR SPECIAL ISTS. THORNTON BROS. Petrol and Oil Supplied. Repairs, Overhauls, lenamrfiipg and Plat ing ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Boxing [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

Boxing At the end of November, Perth fight fans will be given an oppor tunity of witnessing an extremely interesting argument botveen the 'wonder boxer,' Harry Stone, and Frank Brogan for the light-weight championship of Australia, of which title Brogan is the present holder. The fact that this bout is to be pull ed off in Perth is a great distinction for the State., as efforts were put for ward by the other States to have the fight ^staged in their respective capitals. ' W-A. was successful, and November's battle, promises to be a great success both from a financial and spectacular point of view. 'Digger' Evans and Ted Uren, at Wellington, N.Z., on Tuesday last. Evans proved too good for his op ponent, who only boxed seven rounds, after -which his seconds wise ly waved the surrender sign. Qyer in Sydney side the- Stdium direction put on a sample .mixed fight programme a short time back. Several bouts were staged, and. a very interesting evening was speqt, the fans highly appreciati...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
NON SAG MATTRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

NON SAG MATTRESS. wtfiA new and ingenious idea -to save ?jierandah space when sleeping put is ?featured by the up-to-date Subiaco ^Manufacturers. Beds are made just Eukeon a ship, two or three berth. pfhis enables a family to enjoy the I jenefits of sleeping out even though me verandah space may be small. I Ehis factory is well worth a visit to I ee :the latest in couches and beds ft applied with the Non Sag Patent.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Goldfields 'Racing' Boulder. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

Goldfields .; 'Racing' f .'? ? n ? &£? Boulder. Saturday. [|£ The Boulder Club's October riieet iflng took place to-day, with the fol ||9bWing results: — pHEST DIVISION HANDICAP.— if Six furlongs. H Arthur L. (7.10) ? 1 if.TBitagel (7.5) ? 2 P^Brearley (8.12) .. , ? 3 m.: Other starters: Ardol, 9.5: Epsii Pon,;'8J; Reconnoitre, 7.7. ||S Betting: 5-to 1 agst Arthur L. irOUBTH DIVISION HANDICAP. Hf —Seven furlongs.^ M 'Queen of Thessaly (82) .... 1 m fcady Pidelis (8.0) ? 2 KrPa*erine (7.10) ? 3 [Iff Other starters: Eltartan, 9.0; ilSkipboy, 8.5; Kappa, Herolite, Cu Upar, 8 A; Scotch Grit, 85; Mazladdie, mp; Lady Pecker, 7.10; Modelo, IliSdma, 7.7; Miss Florette, 7.6 Lady |peris.7.4. ^jBetting : 3 to 1 agst Queen of Thes iHP?y* ? . ? Hhird division handicap.— ^vpne mile. ^?tfaranna ? 1 ||m*Midoo ? ,... 2 mk$reen Tea ? 3 iiiibther starters: Mystical ? Rose, ^5; Bolide, 8.4; Fort Prior, 8.5. igpBetting: Evens agst Caranna. BaOULDER HANDICAP.— One mile llpSiid a quarter. Kfeur Ki...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Sub-Rosa THE BELLS OF FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

Sub-Rosa ' the'bells or fbimantue. The hells they ring merrily, rata plan-plan ; We welcome the noise of the old billy can, For well do we know when they rat tle around. There's plenty of work on the wharf * to be found. I went in a raffle one day for a tie, And plankd down my tray bit a ticket to buy. But my luck was out, for some silly old stager Now flashes that tie, and his name is Thorsager. There's a nice little maiden that often I meet, ? In a black and white frock that looks very neat, A rustic straw hat with a red vel vet band, And* lately a nice diamond ring on her hand. They say that it came from a man on a ship, ? I hope that he won't try to give her the slip. Now, Thehna, keep watch on that decent young chappie, And some day I guess he'll be mak ing you happy. The bells they ring merrily dinga ding-dong, A funny old thing as he sidles along. Our beautiful tram track again goes astray. And a tram does a jazz on the pave ment one day. Though no one was hurt, well, that wa...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LEAGUE OF NATIONS CAN'T PAY CIGAR BILL A Smoke Barrage. Paris, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

LEAGUE OF NATIONS CANT PAY CIGAR BILL. A Smoke. Barrage. Paris, Saturday. . The League of ^Nations is involved in a quaint dispute with Belgium ' over the payment of a cigar bill amounting to £320 for cigars con sumed at the Spa Conference. The various Governments caid the other bills, but the cigars were overlook-, ed. The League of Nations replied that they have no money and advis ed Belgium to apply to the Supreme Council. Three hundred and twenty pounds owing for cigars — a bill to be met by whom?' It belongs to that ille gitimate child of the Allies — their wartime baby— The League of Na tions, which latterly seems to have no father, no mother, no credit, no 'home, no nothing; poor beggar! The great League- of Nations that was to end wars, and itself be the father of tne 'New World' can't pay its cigar bill. Pretty extravagant habit*, too, this young rake has been spending over 300 jim. for cigars. Perhaps he may discover who is parent is, if John, Jean, Jacques, or Gioranni co...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
RAMPANT ROBBERY. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

RAMPANT ROBBERY. (To the Editor). S'*! — A glaring example of private enterprise, push, and industry is that of the recent sale of shoddy £??i rtrt*? the UgUes on their Heme Hill Soldiers' Settlement by the oat none arm of Douglas Jones and Co.^ Ltd., timber merchants, of GuiloT w m.,This Patriotic firm, of which Mr. William Padbury is a director has strikingly demonstrated its push and efficiency by the sale of what was apparently third-class timber at first-class rates. Wefl might Dr Johnson exclaim that patriotism is the last refuge of scoundrels. No mistake m this when house after house conscientiously built was con demned owing to faulty timber xes- house after house, good labour wasted, good money gone west, ow ing to this plausible ramp What makes it more glaring is that these houses were to be inhibited by the returned hoys. The boys who rts*. ed their lives 'making the world safe for democracy.' The democracy that permits mushroom firms to carry on their nefarious schemes a...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ZENITH MOTOR GARAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

ZENITH MOTOR GAiBAGE. One of the amazing features of the motor industry is the way it has spread in the suburbs of Perth.' Only a short time ago if you need fA tn hirp store, or renair a car. it was necessary to come into the city. To-day to you walk into the Zenith Motor' Works, Hay-street, Subiaco, and find an up-to-date busi ness, featuring every essential re quirement of the motorist. This business has grown from a small shop to an establishment covering half an acre, and using three shops in order to conduct present-day busi ness. Separate sheds for housing cars, special pits for repairs, electrically driven machinery, and a; complete plant for oxywelding, comprise one portion of the plant. Not only are all motor repairs attended to effi ciently, but repairs to any type of engine can be handled by the engin eering staff. Another feature of the business is the fine fleet of Hud soh-super-Six cars employed in the hire service. This service is avail able day or night. Special prov...

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SOLDIERS' CHILDREN'S SCHOLARSHIP TRUST. Entrance for Scholarships, 1921. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

SOLDIERS' CHILDREN'S SCHOLARSHIP TRUST. Entrance for Scholarships, 1921. Applications for Scholarships will be received under the above Trust from the' children of Fallen and In capacitated Soldiers by the under signed from whom necessary forms and full information can be ob tained. Applicants should have passed through the sixth standard of the State Schools, or its equivalent, and should have attained the age of 12 years, and in case of Government Schools, under 14 years on January, 1921. ' Scholarships Vacant: Government High Schools, Secendary Schools, Business Colleges, Music Teachers Society, Technical School (Perth), Narrogin School of Agriculture, School of Mines (Kalgooriie), Uni versity of Western Australia. MARY FOSTER. Office, 55 William-street, Perth.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

SEND YOUR ORDERS FOR THE BEST IN FRUIT, PRODUCE, AND PROVISIONS TO F. DAVIES (Late Silbert and Sharp) 101 JAMIS-STBEET. WHOLESALE ONLY. Telephone, A3730. MCCARTHY'S I Railway Hotel, Barrack St., Perth MRS. S. E. MCCARTHY, Proprietress. At the Criterion Hotel, Hay street— Swan Beer at its best. Reg Harrison, proprietor. FOR COMFORT* STRENGTH, RELIABILITY, THE NON-SAG BEDSTEADS, MATTRASSES, .. Bedsteads, Mattresses, Stretchers, wire4eated Deck and Verandah Chairs are easily the best. Built to Your Order or Design. We Re-wire and Repair any class of make. 419 HAY-STREET, SUBIACO. , WHERE TO SHOP IN NORTH PERTH. IDEAL Ready-to-Eat Foods. Home Cooked, Dainty, and Appetising, Finest of Dairy Products, From MISS HAYDEN, 421 FITZGERALD STREET, North Perth, near View-street. A MEETING of the FRUITERERS and GREENGROCERS' ASSO CIATION to Discuss the distribution of Cargo of Bananas purchased by the Association will be held at the BOHEMIA HOTEL, at 10 am. on SUNDAY. All Members and intending Me...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUTOS KILL ONE PERSON EVERY 35 MINUTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

AUTOS KILL ONE PERSON EVERY 35 MINUTES. Atlantic City, NJ. — A person is killed by an automobile every 35 minutes, and the menace is con stanty increasing, according to the ' ' executive /v»tniTiitt*»p nf +Tio MatiVdi Safety Council in convention here. S. J. Williams, secretary, of Chicago, reported that in this country three times as many persons are killed by motor accidents as in all the fac tories, mines, and railroads and other industries. Reports from England show that aeroplanes there carried 75,000 persons during the past year with very few accidents and but one fatality. It is estimat — — ed there will be 10,000,00 automo biles in this country by the end of 1902. Don't waste any time with painf'i! poisons, rude resolvers, or become what Mantalini called a* 'Dem'd Damy Unpleasant Corpse.' Hike off to Yankee land, and have the job done in up-to-date style. On Tuesday evening, at the Bon Ton Cafe, a farewell social was ten derecl to Supt. C. L. Green, of the T. and G. Mutual L...

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Under the Lash Broun's Bastille HOSPITALS FOR THE INSANE. Queensland and Western Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

Unctex* tJc^G Uaslt Broun's Bastille | HOSPITALS FOB THE INSANE. F Queensland and Western Australia. We have received a. copy of the Teport of the Inspector of Hospitals for the Insane, Queensland, for 1918, ?which enables an interesting com parison to be made of the recovery percentages with the figures of the Western Australian institution at Claremont. f ^Recoveries to Admissions. V . Western Queensland. Australia. - ^Per cent. Per cent/ 1900 ..:. 34.19 27.11 1910 .. .. 43.41 . 27.11 1911 .*. ?? 4965 3657 1912 . - . . 4331 40.67 1913 .. -. 48.15 33.04 1914 .. .. 4753 40.16 1915 .. .. 49.16 4456 1916 .... 48.09 3333 1917 .. .. 47.69 23.03 1918 .. .- 46-38 15.96 We ask readers of the Sunday Mirror to read carefully the above article from the 'West Australian.* In Queensland .during 1917 and 1918 more than 1 in 3 insanity cases have recovered, and been able to return to society. In W.A. during the same period, less than one in 5 cases have been able to resume their posi tion as norm...

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

F ? \ Get AMhoret TO BryanS Race Work Specialists I and Your Printing Troubles Will Be Over. L I The Quality is I Always Right I THE PRICE IS RIGHT BRYANS PriniiRf wwks Office and Works : Murray Street, PERTH Phones A8264, A3457 „ DAY akd NIGHT SERVICE

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Putrid Police Prank No Wonder!—Infectious Diseases-Follow Railway Arrests-Corpse Conveyed in Corridor-For 600 Miles. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

Putrid Police Prank — *j — No Wonder!— Infectious Diseases Follow Railway Arrests-^Cotpse Conveyed in Corridor— For 600 Miles. From our esteemed contemporary the Geraldton 'Express' we extract the following: — A HORRIBLE HAPPENING. Our Yalgoo correspondent reports a free and easy, but extremely dis gusting, method adopted by the au thorities in convej-ing a corpse by train. At Wiluna, as related else where, a drover has been arrested on a charge of murdering a black fellow, and the latter's remains had to be brought to Perth. The course followed was to place the body in the lavatory of the compartment in which the constable and the abori ginal witnesses travelled. As the deceased native had been dead about two months, one can imagine what the effect would 'be. One could have thought that an air tight coffin would have been provid ed, and a truck used. Isn't it a mockery to have a Health Depart ment and an army of 'sanitary in spectors when the Government of the day send a decomposed...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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AN IRISH MARTYR. A Scurrilous Print. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 31 October 1920

AN IRISH MARTYR. A Scurrilous Print. We had something to say a few weeks ago regarding a Sunday print issued in this city which has main tained week in and week out a tor rent of coarse ill-mannered abuse in its alleged funny leader and 'news' columns regarding the late Lord Mayor of Cork. With at tempted ridicule its efforts have proved disastrous, its cheap insinu ations discredited, and its unpardon able vanity made look very small. We quote the following from 'The Record,' of October 16: — 'A local Sunday drapery cata logue, which effectively passes mus ter at the G.P.O. as a newspaper, is extremely fond of ridiculing Terence MacSwiney, B.A., Lord' Mayor of Cork, who according to the 'West Australian' of Thursday has been hunger-striking for sixty-one days in the Brixton Gaol. The illman nered abuse of this alleged news paper is in violent contrast to the selfsacrifice shown by Mr. Mac Swiney. Could it be imagined that the editorial staff of the 'Sunday Times' (including its ryh...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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