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Open Letterettes TO PEOPLE WHO NEED THEM. No. 1. To the City Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920
Open Letterettes TO PEOPLE WHO NEED THEM. No. 1. To the City Council. Dear Aged Gentlemen,— We di- rect your attention to the state of the roadway in Murray-street, es- pecially to the dangerous gap that yawns between the edge of the &nbsp; wood-block paving and the concrete &nbsp; of the gutter. This aching void is just wide enough to receive a cart wheel, and, if the vehicle hap- pens to have any considerable way on, it is likely to sustain a danger- ous wrench. The other morning a graded lorry got its hind wheel caught in one of these traps just in &nbsp; front of the thrup'ny— gee, we mean fivep'ny— bar of the Austra- lian Hotel. Now, Old Dears, do attend to it &nbsp; before you hear of a bullock dray foundering with all hands — and horns— in front of the Melrose The- atre. 'Twould be a bad advertise- ment for Perth.— Yours, etc., THE SUNDAY MIRROR.
"MIRROR" MAKES ITS MARK. Reprints in Eastern Press. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920
'MIRROR' MAKES ITS MARK. ?Reprints in Eastern Press. &nbsp; We beg to contradict the infer- ence of one of our esteemed breth- ren of the Inky Way, wherein this paper was referred to as "our rep- tile contemporary, which nobody reads, not even the proof reader." During the past week clippings have come to hand from several Eastern papers, including the Brisbane "Age," and the Sydney "Freeman's Journal," which our caligraphical ex- pert had no hesitation in pronounc- ing as straight "lifts" from The Mirror.
Truth's Trustees Tortuous TricKs Exposed in Extenso THE DINKUM DOPE ABOUT DUNN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920
Truth's Trustees Tortuous Tricks Exposed in Extenso THE DINKUM DO PE ABOUT DUNN. "Sunday Mirror's" Exclusive Article. A few weeks back this paper re- ferred to "Our Big Brother Truth" in complimentary terms. The com- pliment was really a personal one to Editor Dunn, the Big Man of "Truth," who held down the editor- ial position for the past six years, and converted the Nortonian jour- nal from the position of a despised rag into that of a powerful and in- fluential publication. Events of last week, however, go to show that the management of "Truth," like that of any other capitalistic con- cern—perhaps far more so — is liable to run amok at any moment and howl for the blood of its bravest and best, and damn the consequences. As elsewhere, there are a few big men in the employ of "Truth"; but the microbes that crawl through "Truth's" corridors in the guise of men are a veritable host in compari- son. Dunn was palpably too big a man to escape the evil machinations of the microbes. Adv...
AMERICAN ELECTIONS. New York, Nov. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920
AMERICAN. ELECTIONS. New York, Nov. 5. The Republicans have won an immense majority in the House of Representatives. They will gain about 280 seats, against 150 for the Democrats. One Socialist is de- finitely elected ( Wisconsin ) and an- other, is in the running, in Califor- &nbsp; nia. In the Senate 59 Republicans and 37 Democrats are elected. The complete returns for the Presiden- tial election show 404 votes for Harding (Republican) and 127 for Cox (Democrat).
SOUTH BEACH OPENING A Wowser Mayor. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920
SOUTH BEACH OPENING A Wowser Mayor. South Beach was duly opened on Saturday by Hon. H. P. Colebatch, this being that gentleman's first pub- lic appearance in Fremantle since May 4th, 1919. Coley was intro- duced by the Mayor (Kissey Gibson) and said it would be a delight for the Government to give money for such a purpose as improving South Beach — we hope he meant it. He was supported by Lynn, M.L.C. and Sam Rocke, M.L.A. Stubbs, M.L.A. &nbsp; (Wagin), Panton, and Baglin, M.L.C., and Ben Jones. Councillors Daly, Shepherd, Uncle Du Rieu, and others formed a background. The band was good, but as the Mayor had only provided TEA to drink the refreshments were very pussy, and the Beach was opened without a corkscrew. The lawns are a great improv- ment, and reflect credit on the ga- dener and his staff. No amus- ments apart from the band and the cold tea were provided by the Bu bles.
INCITING LAWLESSNESS. New Zealand Paper Fined. Wellington, Oct. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920
INCITING LAWLESSNESS. New Zealand Paper Fined. Wellington, Oct. 22. In consequence of an article in a recent issue of the Grey River "Ar- gus," at Greymouth, on Russian re- volutionary methods, the officials of the paper were charged with en- couraging and inciting to lawless- ness. They were convicted and fin- ed £25. The Magistrate added that &nbsp; if he knew the writer he would send him to prison. &nbsp; Funny isn't it. They call New Zealand and Aussie free countries. The moment a writer, or speaker, starts to say that the mob who mis- govern either country would be bet- ter off with a holiday, they ought to be jailed. If the people have a right to elect one set of officials, they must also have the right to kick them out if they don't suit. But when you write or say so it's fine or jail. Freedom means that you are free to do what brass hats want.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920
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IRELAND. Londonl, Nov. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920
IRELAND. Lon&n. 5Jwy-5r'--_ Public opinion is utterly astound- &nbsp; ed at the satisfaction openly dis- &nbsp; played in Government circles at the &nbsp; continuance of the policy of reprisals in Ireland. Two men in Managle &nbsp; were arrested yesterday, and shot by their captors on the way to the police station. Commenting on &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; this cold-blooded incident the "Man- chester Guardian" says "This sort of thing is no doubt regarded with unconcern in semi-civilised Balkan States, but nobody who really ap- preciated the meaning of the Bri- &nbsp; tish tradition can possibly regard these sinister episodes in the unfor- tunate history of the Sister Isle with anything but the gravest concern." Other papers comment adversely upon the apparent Governmental sanction of police and military vio- lence in Ireland.
FREMANTLE CRICKET ASSOCIATION. Yesterday's Matches. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920
- — u ? FREMANTLE CRICKET ASSO- CIATION. &nbsp; Yesterday's Matches. In ideal weather conditions the Fremantle Turf Cricket Association opened the season with a series of one-day matches, the reason for the limitation of the time being the post- ponement of the opening of the sea- son on Saturday last to permit of players viewing the Inter-Colonial match between England and Wes- &nbsp; tern Australia. The association &nbsp; comprises all the leading cricketers &nbsp; of the Port, and a very exciting sea- &nbsp; son is anticipated. It reached fever heat at Fremantle Oval yesterday, &nbsp; when by scoring one off the last ball of the day South Fremantle beat Fremantle by one run. The following are the scores: — Fremantle v. South Fremantle.— &nbsp; Fremantle, 93 (Martin 24, Everett 14, Russel 22, Ward 10). Bowling: Wilson, 1 for 24, Gunyon 0 for 17, Hall 1 for 14, Fry 4 for 29, Perry 3 for 7. &nbsp; &nbsp; South F...
CRICKET England v. South Australia. Adelaide, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920
CRICKET England v. South Australia. &nbsp; Adelaide, Saturday. &nbsp; The match between England and &nbsp; the South Australians was continued &nbsp; to-day. South Australia, in their &nbsp; first innings, went all out for 118. &nbsp; The Englishmen piled up a fine score &nbsp; before closing for the day, and, re- &nbsp; &nbsp; suming yesterday, increased their &nbsp; tally to 512— five out— at which they &nbsp; declared their innings closed. &nbsp; &nbsp; South Australia then went in, and &nbsp; had run 50, no wickets, at the close.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 7 November 1920
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Midland Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920
Midland Notes Stock owners will mourn the loss of their friend Percy Bassett, who has already booked nis passage to the East, especially Paddy O'Mara and Dick Thompson, who make Percy shudder at the thought of being a poundkeeper. What has happened to Dave Jones ? He has dropped the goat nuisance altogether. I wonder what he is de voting his mental liabilities to uow. . . Samuel Irvine is a great friend of the master bakers in Midland. Aek Sam, he will tell you why. Les Jamiesou swears the price of boots will come down when he gets his kangaroo dog into trim. People are becoming jealous over thai swamp paddock Rollinson has got; .they can see what good he has done with it. Who witnessed the two-round con iTst between Ross Wakeham and Albert Willshire. It is believed that Ross knocked his antagonist about more than the Turks did. The galloping meeting held last Saturday at Belniont Park with the object of assisting the finances of Tattersall's Club must have proved fairly satisfactor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920
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Fremantle Association. Clarice Does Bat Trick. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920
? v ? ?? Fremantle Association. — ~ Clarke Does Hat Trick. St. Patrick's v. East Fremantle: St. Patrick's, 15. Bowling: Shuttle worth 6 for 4, Carter 3 for 9. East Fremantle, 97 (Biddstrip 27, Shuttleworth 13. Newman 12, An derson 22). Bowling: CasteineUi 1 for 39, Kelly 1 for 5, Collins 6 for , 24, Townsend 21 for 12. Wanders v. North Fremantle. — '; Wanderers, 87 (Ulriich 18, J. Carter 12, Clarke 23, McCarthy 10). Bowl ing: McFaee. 2 for 19, Morgan 3 for *? 20, Aisbett 1 for 8, Munro 1 for 25. North Fremantle: 32 and 43 (Mo* gans 16, Brown 11). Bowling: Clarke, 10 for 32, including hat . trick; Sheldrake, 10 for 35. Won by Wanderers by an innings and 42. Perth Association. C.Y.M.S. (2) v. Sandovers.— C.Y.M.S., 146. Leahy 72 hot out. X Beasley 14, Coronet 14, Prender- : gast 12, Sandover 42 (for 6).