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Yesterday's Football EAST FREMANTLE v. WEST V PERTH. At Fremantle. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 18 July 1920
Yesterday's Football. EAST FREMANTLE v. WEST V PERTH. At Fremantle. „ The game opened with a very strong wind blowing towards the Base Hospital. The weather was not at all conducive to good play. At first it appeared anyone's match. Easts secured oossession at the start, and West Perth were unable . to get the ball past the centre line for some considerable period- The t home team piled up their score rap - idiy, but not so rapidly as might have been expected. The quarter ended in a heavy snower 01 rain. Truscott and Hicks were most pro minent for Easts, while West's best players were Sinclair and Willough -? by. The quarter ended— East Fremantle, 3 goals, 3 bhds. _tWest Perth, nil. 'r' Tjoalkickers: Riconi, Bidstrip, and Hicks. East's' account for the second quarter wa opened by Lawn, and shortly after Clarke centred on be half of the visitors. The wind had by now died down, and a little later the rain stopped. The state of the ball was still against good play. The -* Easts still -...
JOHN SCAD DAN'S AMBITIONS. Do They Explain the Strike ? [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 18 July 1920
JOHN SCAD DAN'S AMBITIONS. Do They Explain the Strike ? 'Our public business is at a stand still. Every day sees the adminis trative machine nearer to utter col lapse. It is impossible to register a company, to transfer a property, to register a birth, a death, or a ?marriape to nurchase a revenue stamp, to pay one's income tax, to ~s operate one's Savings Bank ac \1 count, to obtain money owing by '~i the Crown, to plead a district court case — in short,' to do any of a hun gy? dred things necessary to the life of '^ a civilised community. Ere long the trams will be chit less, and the railway ticketless. And all through the fatuous ob stinacy of Mitchell, the unsufferable pig-headnesses of George, and the deep-laid scheming of some others of their associates. We begin to feel sorry for Mit cheUV' Of course, he's not tempera mentally fitted for his position. He is conceitedly obstinate, and neither understands, not even realises, the art of yielding gracefully. An easy mark, if ever...
SAYINGS OF THE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 18 July 1920
SAYINGS Of THE STRIKE. 'Civil servants are now mostly at home — gardening and helping the wife to do jobs they have never done before.' 'It is very pleasant indeed, but the pleasantest experience of all is that babies have at last been able to recognise their father.' (E. -A. Mann, President, C.S.) m * * Thus McLean:— 'At Fremantle, when we hear the roar of the breakers, on the North Beach we know something is coming and we make everything fast. The Premier has heard the roar for three years and did not make anything fast, hence the present strike. (Then Brearley's aeroplane came along — and illustrated the r-roar). ♦ ? ? 'No difficulty is apprehended in the matter of picquets. Ladies are being enrolled to co-operate with the men forthwith.' 'Lucky men.'— Darcey o' the Teachers. ? ? ? 'Dear, dear, those eight lonely men; they have to write their own letters, answer the 'phone, pay the men; they are NOT to be envied.' (E. A. Mann, on the Ministry). ? ? ♦ 'Hand those 'graphs' to your ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 18 July 1920
SHAFTESBURY Direction .... Peter Brooks. Manager ? W. Witte. EVERY EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCK. The Clean, Glassy, and Clevei Vaudeville Show of the West. IS STAB ARTISTS. THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL REVUETTE. THE RAILWAY STATION. STICKERS, PLEASE. Last Week. BARON, THE MASTER VENTRILOQUIST and NOBBLER. Commencing July 23rd.« G. W. DESMOND (Late Pierrot Pie Co.) Light Comedian and Dancer PRICES: 3/-. 2/-, 1/- (Plus Tax.) Box Plan at Nicholson's; after 5 at the Theatre. NEW BALLETS, NEW SONGS, NEW COSTUMES. SUNDAY NIGHT STAR PICTURES, VOCAL ITEMS. You appreciate A Well Dressed ? . Woman ♦ . - How About - A Well Dressed House? YOU NEED Good furniture and Reliable and You Can See It Made at —THE MANUFACTURERS— NICHOLS & ETHELL Essex- Streets Fremantle. , ? MELROSE ? , Direction ? DURHAM MARCEL. CONTINUED SUCCESS OF SALTBUSH BILL: ..The Stockwhip and Boomerang.. SALTBUSH BILL: Expert. Prices, 3/3, 2/2, 1/1. Plan at Melrose. 'Phone A3581.
EAST FREMANTLE v. PERTH. At Perth OvaL [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 18 July 1920
EAST FREMANTLE v. PERTH. At Perth OvaL East Perth, winning the toss, chose to kick with the wind, and af ter a lot of mid-field play got the leather their end, and in quick suc cession scored three goals, includins a neat one at an angle by Owens. t'ertns best work was on the de- ! fensive, Hoft saving neatly on a free that Sparrow secured within : easy coo-ee of the posts. First' quarter ended with East Perth 3—2 to Perth's one behind. The second quarter was played Ir. the rain. Soon after the start Hew by and Sparrow went up together for a mark, and collided badly, both being compelled to leave the field. Leslie and Menzies shortly after mended matters for the visitors with two goals in quick succession. Sor some minutes after the game devel oped into a rough and tumble, with tne red legs coming out top on points. Three more goals in quick succession went to their side the last being by Gaynor from a well directed place kick by Hofts. Easts never saw the ball near their goals all ...
HOW THE CLUBS STAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 18 July 1920
HOW THE CLUBS STAND. P- W. L. D. Pts. Subiaco.. .... 11 7 3 1 30 E. Perth .... 11 6 5 — 24 Perth ? 11 6 5 — 24 W. Perth.. .. 11 5 5 1 22 E. Fremantle.. 11 5 6 — 20 S. Fremantle.. 11 3 S — J2 Manager of Vegetarian Restaur ant (to applicant for position of doorkeeper): 'You are accepted for the post, but you mustn't wear those mutton-chop whiskers in a vegetarian restaurant.' ? ? ? 'Practical difficulties make impos sible the application to sea-going workers of a 4-hour week.' — Glasgow Herald. ? * * Hard lines — but their Union will no doubt see that the poor fellows are not overworked too cruelly J One again it is necessary to call attention to the unsafe state- of the Fremantle Bridge. On Thursday last the bridge ran into a lighter, loaded with sugar and sank it. It is particularly distressing as the su gar may have been intended for the Castlemaine Brewery. ?
Midland Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 18 July 1920
^Midland Notes Sergeant O'Halloran, the popular Midland Jonnop (better known as Paddy the Pig), has been having considerable trouble of late dodg ing the pound-keeper with his cows — pretty expensive trouble, too, as he had to compensate one man £1 and another 30s. for damage done by his bovine pets. mm.*. Councillor Hansen objects to criticism. 'Twill take more than criticism to wake up the local Council. ? ? * Midland has a permanent water supply — in the streets. ? ? ? The whole of the residents of Vic toria-street district signed a peti tion to the Council asking for drain, age— guess it's needed! ? * ? Reported that one Fritz Lang is going for municipal 'honours.' Long association with the meat trade must surely have thickened bis hide.
By Wireless [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 18 July 1920
[?] (Sunday Mirror Special Service) Renown 'safely entered Bass Straits this afternoon. John Sandes well and vigorous. Prince cheerful and -singing 'I'm Going Back . to Dixie.' Consensus of opinion on board: Pope's trains up to mud! The plight of Ministers is indeed a sorry one owing to the strike. In addition to licking their own stamps, answering the door, and dealing with their own creditors on the 'phone, some are now reduced to using the corkscrews themselves and lighting their own cigars. Whilst the Min ister for Works is compelled to look after his own leg, when leaving the office for a little while. The hounds met to-day at Canning Bridge^ — difficulty was met by the 'brush' refusing to start on the grounds that he was on strike. The matter was decided by arbitration, and a successful run was held and nobody hurt. „ The Pickering Brook M.LA, writ ing to the 'West' as a 'Business Man,' advocates retrenchment in the Civil Service, Quite a number of people down Sussex way are a...
TO A NEWBOBN FOBOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 18 July 1920
TO A NEW-BORN FORCE. From office dew, from school hou To prove your right yonVe com Who fought in Europe's Fodhomw Now fight for tight *at home. : Some jeered at you as 'shirkers,** Too proud— too taane to fight; Now in the ranks as workers, - You posh your claim with migl Hail fellows, wires and mothers^ No more to jeer (as then), '\ But welcome yon as brothers— As men in a world of men! 1 — Marcus F,
Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 18 July 1920
Answers to Correspondents. T.B. (Maylands) : Your policy car ries no insurance whatever. It is a pure endowment. Should you die before the end of the term your wife will only get what you have paid in, less the collector's commis sion. A bad investment. L.G. (Victoria Park) : Your signa ture must have been forged. It is possible for your wife to insure you without your knowledge, but not under that table.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 18 July 1920
The Chevrolet appeals especially to the man who drives for Profit ; who wants a Comfortable good ? looking car that is easy to handle and economic to operate. The Chevrolet has an enviable record for dependable transportation and the valve-in-head motor gives plenty of power at a low cost per mile. Skipper Bailey Motor Co., Ltd. Distributing Agents* GLOBE HOTEL **-?? .. . WHLLIWGT0N-8TRE1T, PERTH (Oppwite Railway Station). F. DAY, : : : Licensee. Th« Prince's Visits Don't Fail to Patronise the American Bar at the *JE*AJE-*A-215m HOTEL Try Our Royal Fizz! The Original American Bar. Established 10 Years. Under Management of J. Lane. Proprietor - - - J. T. G-lowrey THE CAFE (Late) Burlington Cafe ' PACKBNHAM-STREET, FRHMANTLE. For Sunday Dinner and Tea and every other meal. Every feed is Delicious, wholesoir-e, and at Popular Prices. The Mirror will Reflect You as Well-Suited after a visit to ? Barrack and Murray Streets The Clothier and Outfitter. Hverything in MEN'S WEAR in Stock fro...
V.A.T.C. AN OUTSIDER WENS THE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 18 July 1920
V..AT.C. AN OUTSIDER WINS THE HANDICAP. At-Caulfield to-day the VA.T.C. July meeting took place. The at tendance was a large one, and the weather fine. The Handicap was won on the post by the outsider Barley Prince from Queen Comedy. Bright Plume was third. Following are the results: — Leataington Hurdles.— Two miles, one furlong and 64 yards. PISTOLIER, 10.7 (Thompson).. 1 Sir Mnemon, V0J5 (Mooney) .... 2 Silent Way, 115 (Moon) ? 3 Other starters: Mabu. 11.11; Sha dow Dancer, 11.4; Ashview. Telecles, 10.5; Grand Fleet, 10.1; Gereldery, 9.9; Oriens, 9.4; Swordstroke, 92; Kilowatt, 9.1. Betting: 2 to 1 agst PISTOLIER, 10 to 1 Silent Way, 14 to 1 Sir Mne mon. Won by three-quarters of a length with three lengths between second and third. Time, 1 min. 6 sec. Iifflimnr Two-year-old.— Seven fur- . longs. RECIPROCITY, 8.4 (Duncan) . . 1 Glad Star, 9.4 (Harrison) .. .. 2 Beeline, 7.9 (Foster) ? 3 Other starters: Whi Le, 9.6; Si^thredoie. 9.4; Visibility, 7.12; Bush Song, 7.7; Englefield, 7....
GALLOPING Belmont - Kalgoorlie - Victoria. Belmont DRUMONT WINS THE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 18 July 1920
GALLOPING Belmont — Kalgoorlie — Victoria. Belmont DRUMONT WINS THE HANDI CAP. In showery weather the Belmont Park Racing Club's July meeting took place yesterday. Considering the amount of rain which has fallen lately, the course was in fair condi tion. The principal event, the July Handicap, was won nicely by Dru mont from Devil's Wing, and Lady A.B. Following are the results: — Hurdle Race.— Of 90 sovs.; second horse to receive 15 sovs. and third 10 sovs. out of the stake. Two Miles and Sixty-Four Yards. E. W. Hocking's GOOD TURN, by Cobber-Spite, 9.6 (Leonard) 1 Yarrandale, 10.0 (McCann) .... 2 Rouleau, 10.13 (Warnaminde) .. 3 Other starters: Barlo-werie, 10.13 (Pinkus); Henry Clay, 10.6 (Walk er) ; *Loch Sure, 92 ( J. Spiers) ; Capt. Alcock, 9.0 (Watts). Dividends (for 10/-): S.O., £2/1/-; place, 14/-, 30/-, 11/-. Betting: 6 to 4 agst Rouleau, 4 to 1 GOOD TURN, 5 to 1 Barlo-werie or Loeh Sure, 10 to 1 others. Won by half a length, with one length between second .and third. Time...
A HOPELESS WILDCAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 18 July 1920
A HOPELESS WILDCAT. Strike-leader Mann, who, 'm -civil life' is Government - 'Anatyl itas^put the acid test well and'tna oiVthe SftoteW Ministry. We J derstand that the assay tarns -m something like this: — ? Oxy-obstinacy, 50 per cent. -? Pyrites of Poverty, 40 per cea Sulphide of Stupidity, 10 per oefl Cash (chiefly in Ministerial alkfl ance lodes), traces. ? Credit, nil. .. ? The Mirrort finance and mini! expert supplies the following offl ion (written on the back of 9 fragment of wild-cat mine scripJM 'This hungry conglomerate !? scarcely be expected to pay tucH under ordinary . methods of trefl ment, but perhaps if subjected m severe . roasting the ore may jfl come more tractable. Without |9 doubt whatever, the owners wofl be well advised to look for a &? property.' :^B
PEEPS INTO THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 18 July 1920
PEEPS INTO THE FUTURE. Our Church correspondent has re cently been studying the occult science of divination, and as a re suit of gazing into a glass vessel containing amber-coloured water, has given us the following startling prophecies: — (1) There will be a change of Pre miers this week, when Starve Crow Jimmy will be replaced by Cork screw Jack. (This Government always does try to hide its mistakes by swopping Premiers^-Scaddan would only be the 4th. in 22 years, but this doesn't mean they have only made 4 mis takes.) (2) The Country Party Camorra meeting early in August, and wax ing wrath over wheat faking and in creased freights (railway freights. Scaddan Minister-uvcharge), com mands its obedient Parliamentary representatives to 'boot' out the Government, and they obediently 'boot.' (Fancy Hamlet Harrison and the Pickering Brook forced to vote with the Labour crowd— ha, ha ! ) (3) General elections early in No vember ? (We refuse to print any more, as a Labour victory would b...