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

The West Australian Trotting Association - INCORPORATED Christmas Carhioal 27th. and 29th. DECEMBER, 192O. 1st. and 3rd. JANUARY, 192*1. NOMINATIONS for Principal Events CLOSE on Monday Next, at 5 p. in. A. R. FLINT, Secretary *?' The West Australian Trotting Association (Incorporated.) SATURDAY NEXT. SEVEN SPLENDID RACES -. ~ BIG RACE If MILES NOMINATIONS CLOSE ON MON DAY NEXT, AT i PM. A. R. FLINT, Secretary. SHAFXlSBURY EVERY EVENING AT 8. Direction, Peter Brooks. Manager, Ormond Burton. Neww Arrivals include:— JACK PHILLIPS, Coloured Comedian; ERNEST PARKES, Australia's Leading Baritone; MALONEY SIS TERS, Dancing Duo. Pricss— 3/-, 2/-, 1/-, plus tax. Pian at the Theatre. Tel. 3383. SUNDAY NIGHT— Star 'Pictures and Vocal Items by Jack Phillips. -^ —'' Helena Vale Races * Saturday, November 30. HURDLES.— 80 Sovs., aboitt 2 miles. . FIRST CLASS PLATE.— 100 Sovs., 6 furlongs. ~~ SECOND CLASS PLATE.— 70 Sovs., 7 furlongs. ? NOVEMBER HANDICAP.— 130 Sovs., 1£ miles 100 yards. THIRD CLA...

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

TATTERSAX.LS Monster CONSULTATIONS WE COMMUNICATE WITH HOBART. CHAS. WATSON & CO., PERTH ABSOLUTELY NO REPRESENTATIVES.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CANADIAN COOKIES. Commence to Cry. London. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

CANADIAN COCKIES. Commence to Cry. London. A message received from Winni peg (Manitoba) says' that conster nation prevails among the grain growers over the Government's de cision not to re-establish the Wheat Control Boarti, which was in opera tion during the war. Grain is not being moved in consequence of the elevators in the interior being chok ed; and there being no buyers. The graingrowers insist that the Govern ment can take over the crops and finance them until buyers want the stocks. Very likely the Wi. cocky will not get his wonderful world parity price after all. They seem to be missing it in Canada. Any proposal to assist the local wheat-grower with public funds to hold his stuff for a bushranging price should be firmly sat on. If they do not consider W.A. con sumers worth consideration then they deserve none from them.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
EPILEPTIC KILLS GUARD WITH BLOW OF HIS FIST. Being Retained to Rome School, Whence He Escaped-Held for Ellenville, New York. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

EPILEPTIC KILLS GUARD WITH BLOW OF HIS FIST. Being Returned to Rome School, Whence He Escaped— Held for Manslaughter. Ellenville, New York. 'Charged with having killed H. H. Kidder by striking him on tne face with his fist, Howard Brook, an escaped inmate of the Rome School for Epileptics, was arraigned here to-day on a charge of man slaughter in the second degree. He was held for the Grand Jury. Kidder was one of the custodians of the school and was endeavouring to take Brook back to the institu tion on Tuesday when the latter, who is of powerful -build, swung bis right fist and caught Kidder on the jaw. Kidder fell to the sidewalk dead. Brook told the policeman who ar. rested him that he was not sorry te cause any person who attempted to take him back to the school 'deserv- ed no consideration.' - This school must have resembled the one at Claremont, where Ander son bangs out. . Seems that he ieal ly was silly bothering with a guard, when he might have interviewed the boss.

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

MOTOR MANIACS MUZZLED. Says the Chicago 'World': Police man Edward Anderson, of Hege. wisch, has a sure cure of speeding automobile drivers. A car came through his bailiwick to-day at a fifty-mile gait. He tried to stop it. Two men laughed at him. He vuiumbered his gun and shot five times ait the back of the car. It stopped. The driver. Tohn Shaf beck, was shot through the rhoul. der and arm. His' companion, George Barnes, was shot in the neck and is in a critical state in a hos pital. The above shows that Shecawgo, 'which Stead damned,' is right up to date. This method of stopping motor hogs is presented free gratis to our own Police Department. Quick, speedy, and effective. Besides the gazolver practice will do them good. They might be able to hit a horse in less than six shots after a few weeks' trial on speeders. There are plenty more wars to come, too, and we can't let the Gol darned Yank put it all over us. Now then Connell, it's up to you.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A Shocking Sermon BY A SECTARIAN PARSON. Parishioners Disgusted. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

A Shocking Sermon BY A SECTARIAN PARSON. Parishioners Disgusted. 'Dear Brethren, — Our State of -Western Austra lia is rapidly approaching a crisis. 'In next March the general elec tions will be called upon to decide who are to be our governors for the ensuing three years. 'Three men are presenting them selves. One is a man who recently lost ins seat in tne Federal benate, but whose disgraceful attitude on the ? Conscription question earned the just condemnation of his fellow citizens. 'Then there is Mr. McCallum Smith, who has represented us for the past six years, and has always proved himself a man of public spirit and in every way worthy of^fae contin ued support of his constituents. 'There is, besides, another candi date, who, although to his credit he supported Conscription, is, unfortu nately an adherent of the Church of Rome, And therefore is impossible as a re presentative of this loyal suburb. 'I am going to ask you to give, not only your votes, but your sup port and all t...

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

Strewths Boys and girls never play to- J gether in Persia, + | Ties for male wear are now being J shown priced as high as 25s. ja Income tax in the Isle of Man is % lOd. in the £. \ The best briar roots used for pipe bowls are dug oh the borders, of rrance and Italy, and are some times as large as a man's body. ^. Tips amounting to £10 daily are . '?. said to have been made by a boy employed to open motor-car doors outside a big Paris restaurant. Twenty thousand Canadians liv- -. ing in Britain are claiming aganist the Canadian Government for ar- ' , rears due to the rate of exchange varying. . .! A Labour M.P. in Britain ^ys he ' *- cannot answer any letters in luture unless stamped envelopes are en closed; before the recent increase postage cost him £40 annually. — 9 Cottages at Great Easton, Essex, W England, which have been let at 7d £? to Is. a week, are likely to be clos- 9 ed; the owners cannot afford to re- Km pair them while they may not raise 'M She rent. . M Methylated sp...

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

PELKINGTON ON SCADDAN. Perhaps the Hon. Minister (Scadrfan) still retains some of the views he held when a member of— -he will, I am sure, correct me if my figures are wrong— I think it was the 2nd or 3rd last party he belonged to before joining ths Country Party. . - ? j

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

Do Yon Know Sim? Tnereedas a young man so benight* Who never knew when he was slighted; He went to a party, And ate just as hearty, As if he'd been really invited

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CITY LIFE. (Insert the name of your own town-hamlet, or suburb). A COMMENTARY. MINTERTERS MISSES' MEMORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

CITY LIFE. (Insert the name of your own town hamlet, or suburb). A COMMENTARY. MINTERTERS MISSES' MEM ORIES. — u — (By Harressed and Owing.) The fair city of ? is full of human dramas of absorbing inter est. Only lasfc week a well-known lady resident inserted an advertise ment for a husband in the matri monial columns of the Dayle Press.. As she didn't made any reference £p having means, she only received one reply, from a gentleman who claim ed^ to have a good Government posi tion. An appointment was made, and the gentleman duly materialised in a motor car. in which he took the Sospective bride out for a joy-ride. b, however, made the pace so hot that the lady got out and walked home- It has since transpired that the gentleman, w&o tried to engin eer this is only fifty, married, and has a grown up family. Following on the publication of ' Mrs. Asquith's reminiscences,- there is an anticipated rush of wives of Australiain Cabinet Ministers (often ready to ape the 'haute ton ...

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

Jilted. A lady's hand a man doth cccccc His fiery heart doth bl aaaaaa. He crouches near her on his neeeeee, And poureth forth his praaaaauL He woes her with a seeming eee£5* And looks into her »mif, —2 Says she, 'Go way you little tttttt, You can't fool me; I'm yyyyyy.

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

SOUND, SUBSTANTIAL VALUES, THAT WILL WIN INSTANT RECOGNITION J. H. PELLEW & CO., HIGH STZFUEHES-X', FII:tES3MC-A.3-a'TIjiES- Are out To-Day with Hundreds of Solid, Sound Bargains! IN THE MENS DEPARTMENT GENTS.' AND BOYS' HAT DE — r PARTMENT. Gent's Felt HATS, magnificent range, 8/11 and 9/11 each; for -6/11. Gents' -Panama HATS, astounding reductions, 12/6 for 8/11. Don't miss these Gifts. Gents' Blue Velour Fur HATS, shart shapes; selling elsewhere at 35s; Pellow's Price, 257 Boys' White Washing HATS. Our price, 1/3 each. Boys' Panama HATS, 8/11 for 6/9. AH bargain seekers should see these Specials. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. 'Gents' Striped Poplin Military SUITS, worth 50/-; sizes, 5's and 6's only, 37/6. The Cheapest in the West. Pellew's Special 'Won't-Wear-Out' Tweed TROUSERS, usually 12/6, for 8/11, are a revelation to the Trade. Two Pairs to each cus tomer only. A Splendid Line of Gents' Smart Tweed Sac COATS. Just the thing for office wear, 19/6 each. MERCERY DEPARTMENT. M...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
IS IT TOM ALLEN? We Only Ask. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

IS XT TOM ALLEN? We Only Ask. Recent 'West' ad.:— Write for details how by home study a farm hand, a clergyman, a clerk, a carpenter all immensely increased their earnings here in , Wi. as commercial travellers. Commonwealth Correspondence College. St. George's House, Perth. The only parson we know of whp^ has turned commercial traveller re-~ cently is one Allen, who has. been hawking the country with a cheap brand of brummegen patriotism. During the Conscription Campaign, he made 25/- a day every day at the game.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE GREAT SUP-PRESS. LIES ABOUT EASTERN LEADERS. How the Workers Are Fooled. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

THE GREAT SUP-PRESS. LIES ABOUT EASTERN LEADERS. How the Workers Are Fooled. Last Saturday week the Great Dailies came out with scare head lines about a big bust-up in the Sea men's Union. _ According to reports, Walsh antr Le Cornu, the big heads of the Great Seamen's Strike, 'had been ignomi^ niously sacked by the rank and file of the union.' Another victory for Billie Use! Of eourse! As soon as-~these poor ^j benighted people wake up t&— ih«4fl| malignant conspiracies of their lead- lP ers. .well, the game is up, and those M leaders will be relegated to the ail- -3 ence from which they ajuuld never f| have emerged. TT ^1 _Yes, iny (statutory declaration) !4 '.-$ Yes, you bet, old man. '?*% Quite so. Well, one little thing ^ the Daily Sup-Press didn't report, ^ was this. The day after the above- 5 mentioned 'sack' resolution was J carried by a snatch vote, a full meet- J ing of the Seamens' Union Executive J was held, and, a vote of confidence ' in the whole of the officer...

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

LADIES ONLY. YOU WANT~WAVY HAIR? - WELL TRY WAVE-ENA. 1/9. All Leading Chemists and Stores, or direct from Sole Agent: AUSTRAL SUPPLY DEPOT, 61 ROYAL ARCADE, PERTH. MILLINERY ARTIST. LA NON PAREXLLE, MADAM LOUISE (Late of Mel bourne). . HATS OF CHARM AND DIS TINCTION 156 WILLIAM-STREET (opposite Royal Hotel). CALL AND INSPECT. Finest .of Seises, Silks, Crepe de Chinas, Suit and Dress' Lengths, Remnants; also many exclusive Lines, are shown by 'HARRIS, 127 St. George's Terrace (Upstairs). No Shop Front. Right opp. Foy's Mail Entrance. Cash or deposit. Trade Supplied. Weekly Payments to Xmas Time. p. will pay you to call SIGGS' END OF SEASON RUBBER GOODS SALE. See Window This Week. SIGGS' , ^^^n^ COLGATE'S m-£^ '^ Tooth Paste, Hng/ */ Large Size, 1/10. Bf h^ ' ^ '^'~i — — — =g- — * f^\ ? Insist on your Newsagent deliver ing your 'Sunday Mirror.' early every Sunday. Get Your Teeth Promptly and Thoroughly Attended To by Mr. A. E. HEATHCOTE, Dental Surgeon, Comer Barrack and William Sts....

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Ladies Section Who's Where [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

The Ladies Section Who's Where By Wednesday's Great Western Express, Mrs. A. H. Mercer, of York, left for the East, where she intends visiting her mother at Ka punda, S.A. Miss A. Gaze left Melbourne re cently per the RMS. Malwa. town, Mr. Stacey has returned to the geldfields. ? . ? TtMr. N. Albert left the West on ? Usmday evening's express en route tooydney, from where he will leave for America per the Ventura. Vaudeville enthuiasts will regret to team of the death of Mr. W. P Turner; of the famous English Pier rots. Mr. Turner passed away in Melbourne. Mr. Donald Clarkson, of Tood yay has temporily lost his wife, who left by the Minderoo last Sunday. Mrs. Clarkson intends taking tip her abode for a short time with-fee*~ uncle and aunt in Hong Kong. The popular pictureiconicerit ar tiste, Mary Macfarlane, has taken up the business direction of Phillip Wering's Dramatic Co., of Cal cutta. In town for a short holiday, Mr. Jt. Smith, of IJllis Creek, and Miss JC4a Smith, of Balingup...

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

Garden Gossip 4't (By 'Homer.') Very little can be done in sowing except such things as kidney beans and a few turnips. Vevetable rear rows, cucumbers, melons, pumpkins, and tomatoes may be sown if not already ,in. ? n— Keep the ground well hoed, and water and mulch growing crops if the weather is dry. To matoes, melons, and cucumbers can be pinch back to induce a more compact growth and an earlier and better crop of fruit. When transplanting tomatoes moisten the bed well in which the plants have to be raised. Use a spade and put well under the plants, so as not to break the roots, and keep them ? moist, and plant from five to six feet apart each way. When transplanting, if possible, give each plant a little manure. WeH-'seasoned stable manure and pig manure give very good results. If these cannot be obtained give a little bone dust. Blood and bone mixed will also give good results, but do not manure too liberally. Everyone should have a few rock melons growing, also cucumbers. Thes...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
87 LOOPS IN AIRPLANE. NEW WOMAN'S RECORD. Laura Bromwell Sets World Mark at Mineola—Turned Over 100 Times, She Says. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920

87 LOOPS IN AIRPLANE. NEW WOMAN'S RECORD. Laura BroxnweH Sets World Mark at Mineola— Turned Over 100 Times, She Says. Miss Laura Bromwell climbed out of her Curtis biplane at Minealo yes terday afternoon (says an American exchange), after having broken all loop the loop records for women. Official scorers of the American Fly ing Club credited Miss Bromwell with eighty-seven loops. You are all wrong on tne num ber,' said the aviatrix. 'J count ed over 100 myself.' It was explained to her by the scorers that she went up so high that she was out of sight when she started her loops, and they began to count only when they sighted her. * 'Oh, well, eighty-seven is enough, I guess,' she replied. The best previous loop the loop record for a woman was twenty-five, made by a French aviatrix. The establishing of this record marked the Curtiss Airdrome, form erly, known as Hazelhurst Fiel4, and used by the UnRed States Army fly ers daring the war. Miss Brom well went up more than 10.000 feet be...

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 ONLY £1 DEPOSIT HAWKINS PRACTICAL LIBRARY OF ELEC TRICITY. In ten handy pocket volumes it con- tains everything that is known about Electricity, from the Principles of Resistance to A.C. wiring calculations and the Instruction of an Automobile Self-strater. In thousands of well-printed, lucid pages and twice as   many illustrations, the vast world of Electricity is exhaustively unfolded. £3 for such a Library is a sterling investment. To responsible persons anxious to secure a Set, yet unable to pay £3 down, AL -   BERT and SON, LTD., will supply the work on pay- ment of £1 deposit, balance to be paid in conveni- ent instalments. Ten Volumes (limp leather cov- ers), about 320 pages each, only £3.   Only from ALBERT and SON'S ONLY ADDRESS IN PERTH. 180 MURRAY-STREET (Near Boans). Postal Address: Box 57, G.P.O.   EVERYONE ENJOYS . . . CASTLEMAINE Beer. and Stout

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

SAFE, QUICK, ENJOYABLE MOTOR RIDING. ASK FOR PHIL RYAN, G.P.O. MOTOR RANK Tel. A2488.   Garage Tel. A1927. Get a Car from Phil Ryan. WEST AUSTRALIAN GOVERN- MENT RAILWAYS. MUNDARING WEIR EXCUR- SION—SUNDAY, NOV. 7, 1920. Train will leave Perth 10.45 a.m.; intermediate passengers between Perth and Midland Junction will le quire to travel by the 10.20 a.m. train ex Perth, and join the Excur- sion train at Midland Junction. The Excursion trains forms a connection with the 10.0 a.m. train ex Fre- mantle. EXCURSION FARES. From— 1st. Cl. 2nd. Cl. Fremantle . . . . . 7/2 4/5 Perth . . . . . . . . . 5/3 3/3 Midland Junction . . 3/3 2/3 SERPENTINE EXCURSION. Sunday, October 24, 1920. Train will leave Perth at 9.55 a.m. connecting with the 8.45 a.m, train ex Fremantle. Excursion Fares. From Fremantle, 10/8 first class; 6/8 second class. Perth, 8/7 first class; 5/5 second class. By Order. W. LORD, Chief Traffic Manager. FOR A COOL DRINK, DELICI- OUS TEA, COFFEE,and DAINTY &amp...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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