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INTOXICANTS OF LITERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

INTOXICANTS OF LITERA TURE. 'Even the names of 'intoxicants' urges an American Prohibition cir cular, 'should be omitted from our literature.' When 'Tom' Daly saw that he sadly sat him down and wrote this bit of 'Virtuous Blank Verse': _j_. Begin with Dickens. Oh. my deaf, His pen was much too handy i»i £i»cuac ui puts oi oilier ? And tumblersful of ? . And Bobbie Burns ! We must curtail His lines that grow too frisky With talks of 'reaming swats' of ? And goblets 'fa'' of ? . Not tale in praise of any inn, Of cellar, vault or garret, May say a word of Holland ? Or even table — *— . Our writers now shall all be dumb On things that once were merry; No talk shall be of steaming ? Nor glass of golden ? . So, too, the Book of Books must b* No longer quite divine; It tells how One in Galilee Changed water into ? . No heights, no depths, beneath our sky, But all one perfect level, Our country shall be hot and dry And saintly as the ? .

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Fremantle Fragments [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

Fremaritle fragments Big meeting on the Esplanade this afternoon to talk over the Hide and Skin argument. Frank Panton and Ben Jones will be among the speakers. Wanted: Drinking cups on our fountains. Children on the 'Nade can't use the antiquated water spouts on our 'municipal' green. ruy our ivissey Mayor and Fussy Town Clerk won't wake up. Improvements in the High Street, spite of our bungling bumbles, are Messrs, Stevenson and Finch's new shop and a big furniture emporium to occupy the shop near the Com mercial now held as a Cabin Tea Room. South Beach was 'opened' yester day. With a new and live Mayoi and councillors, the Beach could be made really atjjactive. Labor nominations for selection for the Municipal Council election are: South Ward, Messrs. Metcalf, Rowe and Ross. North Ward, Mr. Sidebottom. Central, Mr. Wayman. The Mirror's blessing on them. Fre mantle shrieks aloud for a civic minded council who will do some thing. Bill jienton left Melbourne on Friday — Trans.-trai...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

For GOOD Laundry Work try The 'Swan' Laundry, 26 Ascot St. Victoria Park. 'Phone A4649, or send a postcard and a van will call.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Boxing. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

faxing The French team of boxers under the control of Mr. Barry, are mak ing an immensely successful show ing in our sunny land. The first contest in which Mr. Barry's ar tists participates was fought at the Sydney Stadium on Saturday night, October 23, when Frenchman Cuiqui stopped Vihce Blackburn (Aus.) in ten rounds. The second bout was staged on Saturday even ing, October 30, when Arthur Wyns, of Belgium, and Jimmy Hill (Aus.) were matched. The ex change of punches lasted only a short time, Wyns jolting the right to Hill's jaw in the third round. The blow was well delivered, and Hill was obliged to take the dreaded ten seconds. Finality lias at last been reached anent the Carpentier-Dempsey fight. The bout will be pulled off in Yankee-land, eventuating by Feb ruary. The two champions will box the best of an unspecified number of rounds, which will be at least ten and not more than fifteen. A little matter of half a million dollars will also be at stake. There is' a pro babu-ty o...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PERTH'S ROTTEN TRAM TRACKS BIG SMASH NARROWLY AVERTED. McCarthy's Hotel Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

PERTH'S ROTTEN TRAM TRACKS BIO SMASH NARROWLY AVERTED. McCarthy's Hotel Narrow Escape. On Friday evening about 5.45 one of Private Pope's rattletrap trams took a header off the alleged track in Barrack street and dived accross on to the other track. By the mira culous luck that seems to hang around the Adonis-like head of the Co-smasher there wasn't another tram going to the outer suburbs at tne moment ror it to bump into, because if there had been, a smash unparalleled in street accidents., here or elsewhere, .would have hap pened with an appalling death list. On investigation we found that the tram (No. 6) had sustained a broken axle ether before or after it had taken the fatal leap. Further we found that the spot oppQsite McCarthy's Hotel is identical with the spot where a big bogie jumped the rails in a Sunday morning a few weeks ago. Some enquiry is demanded into the state of disrepair some of the cars are in. As was to be expected the hold-up caused the up traffic to be^dislo ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
We Should Like to Know [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

We Should Like to Know— What caused the -whole of. the grocers of Maylands to clean up their yards? What was the cause of a lot of tallc at the Water Supply Office last Monaay? Why Jimmy Mitchell has had all the Government buzz wagons chain ed up in a central* garage? What Stipendiary Steward Skull, of the Trots, knows about that Pope Hoe machine? Why McStiff was allowed to re move certain essential parts and store them in Stirling-street? What Douglas, the cricketer, knows about starting trotting ra.ces? Why mug amateurs are allowed to pop the pistol on which thou sands .depend? What steps Koltchak Konnell has taken to muzzle 'language' in Perth streets? Why a racing secretary skipped to the bush for a week or two? What will be the price of a long beer in a year's time? Why star-gazer Curley was three minutes out with his eclipse? What is the rift in the lute with 'Blud and Guts' George and his un derstrappers? . Why Joe O'Neill looks pleased with himself these days? v What the Scu...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Mines, Mummers and Melody—Makers [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

hums, miners uimeloii-MfKers Olive Seddon and Lou Mitchell were right up to sample in their duet last week. We shall be glad to«welcome the Maloney Sisters. They were very popular when they were here be foee. La Belle Marie, you are just won derful. That stride of death was great. Mabelle Morgan will always do us. She was in splendid voice last week. The Lauri's Hawaiian dancing was very nice, and this double is a great addition to the show. Lil. Graham, the brilliant soprano, is just longing to come back to the West (says 'Variety and Show World.') And the West would just love to welcome her back, says the 'Sunday Mirror,' and so say all of us. Now, then, Peter, get busy. Miss Gladys Walsh's ballet is a credit to her. This little credit to her. This little lady has worked very hard at the Shaftesbury. v ? Dear little Elvie Stagpoole still gets the glad hand for her popular turn. She more than earns her salary — whatever it may be. The name of the Fisk Jubilee Singers recalls pleasa...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sub—Rosa [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

Sub- Rosa ^ The Gadfly has been the victim of much criticism over his attempts to replace the 'sour and gloomy ex pression of melancholy' with the 'radiant smile of mirth.' The most unkindest cut of all was given by a friend who said 'The Gadfly only just escaped being a poet.' Oh, dear, oh, dear, what can I do, To satisfv mv critics? I joke and laugh and mullock push, And often get one 'off the cush.' I'm born to smile and quip not ^rf, I've got no time for crying; I feel for sure that I shall be A deuced long time dying. And when I'm dead and body lies In O'Dea's orchard resting, I think a gurgle then will rise A subtle joke suggesting. And if as Conan Doyle asserts, My faculties are active. Upon the hither side of 'up' (Now this is not detractive), I'll have to pull the spirits' legs, And satirise their garments, And laugh at all their ghostly tricks To frighten silly varmints. I meet on earth some poets quaint, Whose writings oft affright, For all their lines seem covered up Wit...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Midland Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

Midland Notes — \j Bill Bradshaw cherishes a fine sou venir in the form of a letter from General Pau. Bill also possesses some other really interesting curios. The interest taken in the tragedy --of the shot dog has not yet died out. Those who saw it say the mong. took a long time to die. Tommy Merick .is credited with having a million dollar smife. Tom my wjptild smile at his own funeral. There was quite a respectable muster of Australia's last hope at the Police Court during the week. 'Alex.' looked quite in his element, but 'ole Grahame' was really wor ried. ^ They say that a local Henry Ford got stuck on York-road the other day, and was towed back to the garage to look for ignition trouble. What the owner said, when, after looking f-or hours for various pos sible mishaps, and finding at last that his juice tank was bone dry, is not to be recorded. Whilst Bendell Gillette (no rela tion to Safety Razors) enjoys see ing people sea sick, he does not find it so amusing when he himsel...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

Kyonr^ieed FURNITURE, CROCKERY, HOUSEHOLD FUR NtSHINtS, Men and Boys' SUITS, Ladies' DUST COATS, etc, A. Macrow & Sons Pty. Ltd. THE EAST TERMS PEOPM. Can Supply You Satisfactorily. Terms : 4sM in^the £1 Deposit. Weekly Payments AeeorcHng to Value of Purchases. IKete Addresses: 839 HAT-STREET, PERTH; 77 MARKET STREET, FREMANTLE; KALGOORLIE, BOULDER. Agents at NORTHAM and YOBS. FURNITURE FACTORY, 1$ FZTZ 6ERALD-STREBT. 'Phones, AS640, Perth; B782, Fremantle. ;.? v . BOWRA & ODEA i inrrasTAKEks ? ? G-XNERAL FUHE&A& FUBNXSHE&S CEDAR, OAK and JARRAH COFFINS ALWAYS IN STOCK. Note the Address — I^JLeBl? 4S'ta*€£G't». .^ .'Phone, A 4308. Private 'Phone, A 2838. J. J. SNIGd (BE) Barrack and Murray Streets The Clothier and Outfitter. Everything in MEN'S WEAR in Stock /rom a Bootlace to an Overcoat - Drink EMU Ales and Stout ^Seldom Equalled — Never Surpassed. (PHALANQAS BROTHERS). 68 BARRACK-STREET, PERTH. BEST MEALS IN TOWN.* Cleanliness, Civility. Op...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

For GOOD Laundry Work try The 'Swan' Laundry, 65 Ascot St. Victoria Park. 'Phone A4640, or send a postcard and a van will call.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

Have You Got a Chart ? Railway tStaKes and Perth Cup The 'W' DWi fnmantk Sufficient Address: 'W' DOUBLE, FSSMANTLB. COMMERCIAL HOTEL FREMANTLE. The Port's Leading Hotel. JOE STRONG, Proprietor.

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YORK NATIONALIST MEMBER JUSTIFIES LABOUR. Hon. A. Sanderson on "Treasury Bonds Deficiency Bill." [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

TORK NATI0NAI3ST~MEMBSR JUSTI FIES LABOUR. Hon. A. Sanderson on 'Treasury Bonds Deficiency Bill.' The following is from a verbatim report of his speech: During; the war there was some reason why we should be moderate in our criticism. There were many good reasons why we should gloss over the position of affairs* one1 of 'which was to present a united front to tne enemy, but one or tne burdens which the war has laid upon us is this financial restriction wnch is so necessary at present. Tracing the ad ministration from the Wilson Gov ernment through the Lefroy Gov ernment and the Cblebatch Govern ment, down to the present Govern ment, after their vicious and violent attacks on the i.abour Government and their gross extravagance — this is how tEey got into office; this. is why they^got into office — what is the record which these financial magnets and experts have put up to compare wth the Labour party's record? Hon. J. E. Dpdd interjected. Hon. A. Sanderson : Ever since I came into th...

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The Sunday Mirror PERTH, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7th., 1920 THE HORSE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

Cte Sunday fflirror PERTH. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 7th . 1920 THE HORSE ' Poitrel, by carrying 1 0.0 to victory in the Melbourne Cup, went close to equalling the performance of Carbine, who won the event under 10.5 in 1890. Only six other winners of the Cup have carried over 9.0 Poitrel was bred by his owners, Messrs. W. and F. A. Moses, and is a six year-old chestnut horse by St. Alwyne (St. Frusqin-^-Lady Alwyne) from Poinard, by Metal from Pona, by Gozo from Hippona, by Newminster.' The above is typical of recent comment upon Poitrel, winner of the Melbourne Cup. Confront this magnificent creature with a gigantic Clydes dale, in strength and bulk equal to some three or four of him, though a duffer for pace, and we find a difficulty in regarding the two as types of a single species. Turn back the Record of the Rocks some millions of years, arid, by a piece of rare good fortune, we may be able to unearth a bucketful of fossil remains, which, under the wizard touch of some zoological savan...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

For GOOD Laundry Work try The 'Swan' Laundry, 26 Ascot St. Victoria Park. 'Phone A4649, or send a postcard and a van wfll call. SEND YOUR ORDERS FOR THE BEST IN FRUIT, PRODUCE, AND PROVISIONS TO F. DAVIES (Late Silbert and Sharp) 101 JAMES-STREET. WHOLESALE ONLY. ? Telephone, A3730. ? BEAUFORT ARMS HOTEL. CORNER BEAUFORT and NEWCASTLE STREETS. 'PHONE 4952. GEORGE T.JEFFS ? Proprietor. Bottle Department: Aeroplane Quality, Submarine- Prices. 1 A BOOT 1 I We Are Proud of 1 1 -%cse 1 Gent's High Grade Tan Willow Calf Derby BOOTS welted soles, smart style for summer wear. Price, 36s. . Many other Styles, equal in quality, in great variety, suitable for summer wear. Ladies' SHOES of great variety, suitable for summer wear at prices to suit all purses. - ' Af^^S^\ Ladies' extra fine white Canvas sft^r^ J Lace SHOES, welted or pump soles, ^/***^ S-1 comfortable heel. That smart, f^~ \ * f\^ good-fitting shape. Price, 26/ft. ^-'^^JW ' Ladies' ' Superior Quality Patent ^^^^?^Pll Court SHOES,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

WHERE TO BUY & SELL PROPERTY I TLmA.T*TD & ESTATE' If you are4obking for a House, Poultry, Pig, Dairy, Fruit, or Mixed Farm, Call and See ns. Send, us particulars if you want to Sell. We will sell it. See ourji«t of Vineyards on the Swan. Sole Agents lor WJL Wild Flower Xmas Cards and Framing Panels, €d to 4s. each. See the Pretties. A call costs nothing. IAN A. KIKGHORN AND GILBERT, - 86 BARRACK-STREET (First Floor). Aad at 68 8th. Avenue, Mayiands. ? 1O YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL HOUSES AND LAND? fP.D. CLUNE, . Second Floor, AJLP. Buildings. Will fa matter satisfactorily. Tel. A5217. SCADDAN BROS 150 BARRACK STREET, Are the people to consult when Buying or Selling Property. WE FIND THE HOUSE, ALSO ? THE HONEY. Call or Elng, A234S. MAYLAND8. Bargain: 4-roomed w.b. House, plas-' tered, verandahs, washhouse, I acre, elevated, 15 min. station, £300. £100 £100 deposit, 15/ weekly, no interest. MAYLANDS. BRICK VILLA, 5 rooms, hall, every convenience, lawns, high posi tion, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

THE LARGEST HUDSON HIRE SERVICE IN THE WEST. ZENITH GARAGE SUBIACO (Cr. Hay-st. and Coghlan-rd.). Five Hudson Super Sixes for Hire, Day or Night. TeLephone- A 1892.

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Tattersall's Club at Belmont [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

Tattersall's Club at Behnont \j — This afternoon on the Belmont course Tattersall's Club held a suc cessful meeting. Following are the results: — CLUB HURDLES, of 100 sovs.; second 15 and third 10 sovs. fron? stake. Two miles and 64 yards. Mr. M. Rasheed's Laroon, by Aryan— Tostina, 11.12 (J. Ben nett) ? 1 Ramillies, 9.13 (Pinkus) ? 2 Yarandale, 9.8 (McCann) .... 3 Other starters: Warambie, 10.4 (Chandler); S. Paratus, 102 (Wal ker); Swibex, 9.11 (Leonard); Cap tain Alcock, 92 (Warnaminde) ; Sil ent Tom, 9.0 (Watts); Wonnerup Laddie, 9.0 (Spencer); West Band, 9.0 (Hefferman). Dividends (for 10/-): £1/11/-; place, 20/-, 24/-, 17/-. Betting: 6 to 4 agst Laroon, 6 to 1 Ramillies, 7 to 1 Semper Paratus or Yarandale, 8 to 1 Captain Alcock, or Silent Tom, 10 to' 1 Warambie, 20 to 30 to 1 others. Won by three lengths, with a length between second andthird. Time, 3 min. 37 sec. FIRST CLASS PLATE, 110 sovs.; second 20 and third 10 sovs. from stake. Six furlongs. P. Bolger^s Miraiga, by Green...

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R.S.L. CUP DRAWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

R.S.L. CUP DRAWING. The big sweep on the Melbourne Cup was drawn at the Literary In stitute last Tuesday .morning. A large audience was present to wit ness it. Mr. Rapp, the manager, thoroughly explained the system adopted. Inspection of Tmbes, bar rel, etc., before and during operation of drawing was invited, and partak ~.. v-x unaj. j^veiyimng was aone openly, and general satisfaction was expressed by those present at the manner in which operations were conducted. It is to be hoped that many more of these events will be bandied by Mr. Rapp and his staff of experts. Results of drawing are given in the morning papers or can be obtained from the office, Freed man's Buildings. Encouragement should be given by the State Gov ernment to an enterprise conducted hke this has been. It is up to the federal Government to take off its idiotic ban on letters. They are ready enough to take their cut in taxation of prizes. Better for WA. citizens to spend their money here than to send it out of t...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Where to go To-day [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

Where to go To-day ROCKINGHAM. — S.s. Venus leaves Fremantle (Cliff-st.) at 10 ajn. Mm»dnriTiC Weir ExcundoiL Prom * Fremantle, 10 ajn.; from Perth, 10.45 ajn. Stations Perth to Mid land catch 1020 from Perth. Ex cursion fares. Weir and the' wild flowers are at their best. 8erpentine Excursion. — Freman tle, 8.45; Perth, 8.55. Canning Bridge and Applecross. By ferry boats leaving Barrack-st. Jetty at 9.15, 1050, 11, 11.30 am., 1250, 150, 230, 3, 350. 4, 650, 7, 8, 10.15 pjn. ? Bottnest.— Boat leaves Perth 10 ''~'a.m.; Fremantle, 11 ajn. Point Walter.— ex Perth boat, 1050; ex Fremantle, trams every quarter hour.' The Zoo. Open all the afternoon. Esplanade, at 3 pan.— W.A. Soc ialists, etc. Evening. literary Institute, at 8.— E. A. Mann, on 'Food Adulterations.' BoyaL — 'For a Woman's Honor.' Grand.— H. B. Warner, in ''The Ghost Breaker.' Shaftesbury.— Jack Phillips, 'A Society Exile,' and pictures. Government Gardens.— McMah- on's Band. Farewell Concert to Miss Violet Peck. Princess,...

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