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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920
CRICKET — ?%^— England. — Lunch: Hobbs, not out, 60; Russell, not out, 44; extras, 3; No wkts for 107. Tea: Hobbsl not out, 121; Russell, c Mullett b Mc Donald, 49; Hearne, not out, 37; extras, 4; one wicket for 211.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920
$&¥E, QUICK, ENJOYABLE MOTOR RIDING. ASK FOR PHIL RYAN, G.P.O. MOTOR RANK. ' -Tel. A3488. Oarage Tel. A1927/ Get a Car from Phil Ryan. FOB A COOL DRINK, DELICI OUS TEA, COFFEE jmd DAINTY REFRESHMENTS, TONES' MARBLE BAR, 426 WELLINGTON-STBEET. OPEN SUNDAYS. ?4 ? ; ? Get a Fine Reliable . Turnout and Enjoy Your Outing at TOY'S, 80 JAMES-STBEET. Consult Foy if you wish to Buy, SeU, or Exchange Horses, Vehicles, or Harness. You will save money. COMO, CANNING BRIDGE and APPLECROSS FEEEY SERVICE BOATS LEAVE PERTH - ?Saturdays: 750, 950, ajn., 1250, 150, 3, 4, 5.15, 6.15, 8, 11.15 pjn. * Sundays: 9.15, 1050, 11, 1150, ajn., 1250, 1.03, 250, 3, 3:30, 4, 550, 7, 8, 10.15 p.m. - '_ (See 'West Australian' for Daily - ' ? ?? ftorrim) .- , ?? Retum'' Fives, 1/6. ? ? * SWAN RIVER FEBBIES LTD. Telephone A4512. ?- E. T. JACKSON, Furnishing Store, 234 Carr St. Leederville. Phone A2589.1 Cash or Terms. . Bedsteads, Wire and Kapock Mat tresses, Linoleum, Lace Curtains, Quilts, Sheeting, Blanke...
Garden Gossip [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920
Garden Gossip — -\j — (By 'Homer.') Now that the hot weather is with us, little can be done in the way of sowing, but there will be a lot of work to be done in keeping the beds wel^ watered and removing all de caying flowers, etc: IL; The spring flowering bulbs will W ~ now be dying down and will look B untidy, ' . but . it is very important W. . that the foliage should be left till I thoroughly dried, as the bulbs are I maturing and preparing themselves v ' for next flowering season; when » . . fully .ripe they may be dug up and ? ; _ stored, though it is best to leave ? them undisturbed unless too thick ? ' in i the clump, in which case they ?-.',. require transplanting. This can ?- ??' be done, however, at any time be W. . fore February. ?v ' ' . Dahlias. ?: IThese magnificent summer - and B '... autumn flowering plants are not at I Ml difficult to grow. They like a ? - well-manured, rich soil, and plenty m , of- moisture at the roots during the ? hot season; if liquid manure is ...
More Starke Lunacy COMMONWEALTH CUFF AND COLLAR CROWD—GOADED TO REVOLT—BY INSOLENT CONTEMPT OF PROFITEERS' GOVERNMENT—TOWARD THEIRS CLAIMS FOR BASIC WAGE—STARKE THE STRIKE BREAKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920
More Starke Lunacy COMMONWEALTH CUFF AND COLLAR CROWD— GOADED TO REVOLT— BY INSOLENT CONTEMPT OF PROFITEERS' GOVERNMENT— TOWARD THEIRS CLAIMS FOR BASIC WAGE— STABKE THE STRIKE BREAKER, For the first time in the history of the Commonwealth Public Ser vice (if we except the WA. Tem porary Clerks), its ranks are restless to the- verge of strike. . People who know the tame tem perament of the average civil ser vant are sceptical of this statement, which is' 'being freely made round town^ For once the sceptics are wrong, and a brief summary of the. position may help to convince them that there is more afoot than the ir responsibilities ' of a few ne'erdo wells. In a statement issued to the press, Mr. Gaunt, secretory of the W-A.; branch of the Assistants' Association, makes the following comments: — ? .' 'In prjj-war days the salary of the principal general division de signation, that of assistant and pos tal assistant, was £162 as maximum, which has been the existing rate for many years...
Inquiries During the [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920
Inquiries Daring the Kwiuflf. T An inquiry was opened -and ad--* journed into the improved form-, shown by Land Breeae, BUT they overlooked- the unproved fornt of Captain Marryatt. ' ' Gaynor, driver of Palmbearer, was cautioned for closing in 'on Annie* Laurie at the old press box. An inquiry was opened and ad-* - joumed into tie Tunning of Onv'; wood in the Suburban- Handicap. - ??
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920
' r' TlUS LARGEST HUDSON HIRE SERVICE IN THE WEST. ZENITH GAKAGE SUBIACO (Cr. Hay-st. and ' Coghlan-rd.) - ^ Five-Hudson Super Sixes for Hire, Day or Night. Telephone A1892. BOOTY & Co. MAGNETS, DYNAMO, AND GENERATOR SPECIALISTS. ?* : MOTOR CAR ELECTRICAL WORK OUR SPECIALITY. SOLE^GE-NTS— AE RO CARBURETTOR, . The Petrol ijayer. . ,- Ijfete . Address: .99 .lOTMUn^MBg^r jBj^^^^.^:^ ,:: ./^.^
East Perth Inspirations Notes from Norwood—Truth about the Trams—A Discourse on the Doings of Daphne". [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920
East Perth Inspirations Notes from Norwood — Truth about the Trams— A Discourse on the Doings of Daphne'. . , Cr. Arthur Watts, who is the only Labor nominee (until November 24— election day) in the City Counr cil, has been trying to get the tram service improved. No doubt Lord street is the worst-served car sec tion in the city, despite the fact that it serves a populous community. it's about time the Government provided some money for tramwav extensions. We don't suggest that i money should be obtained simply to ratify the rich promises made by jn land agents when selling large estates, but there is no reason why the Lord-street service should not extend right along to 6ay, Albany : ?Beli's factory. Other than that it. would spoil Scaddan's speedway. ? ^ — o — ' m Lost, stolen, or strayed, alittle round man wearing a gold railway pa6s on bis watch-chain. How tbe member for East Perth : passes away his time is a puzzle to many of bis electors. Certainly his voice is never heard in ...
TROTTING 307th ELECTRIC LIGHT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920
TROTTING » — 1- — 307th ELECTRIC U GHT MEETQTG. STATE HANDICAP.— Of 50, sovs.;. second 3 sovs and fourt nu nun second 10 sovs, third 3 sovs, and fourth 2 sovs out of stake. 2.57 and no better than 2.47). Nine furlongs. Mr. C. J. Fraser's b c Land Breeze, by Breeze— Miss O.Y.Z. 70 yds bhd (Fraser) ? 1 Kyrat, scr. (Hutcheson) ? 2 Indee, 40 bhd (Abbott) ? .'' 3 Other starters: Carroll's Christ mas, scr.; Queen Bee, 15; Coronet, 20; Doughy, 35; Proud Willow, 65; Little Prince, 70; Zephyr, Bonnie Vwne, 75; Etrah, Rhoda. Wilkes, 85; ?Nelly, 90. Betting: 5 to 4 on Land Breexe, 6 to 1 agst Queen -Bee, Doughy,. 7 to 1 Kyrat, 10 to 1 others. Dividends: S.O. (for 10/-), £2/4/-; place (for 5/-). 9/-, 12/, 26/. Won by six yards, 100 yards be tween second and third. Etrah was fourth', and Doughy fifth. Time: 3 min. 6 sec. Rates to the mile, 239J, 2.46i, 2.52. YORK HANDICAP.— Of 60 sovs; second 12 sovs, third 4 sovs, and fourth 2 sovs. out of stake. Scratch mark 235. One mile and a half. ??.???? M...
FREMANTLE MAYORALTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920
FREMANTLE MAYORALTY. 'Jack Moss,' more ' correctly known as John . David-Moss, is a candidate for the Mayoralty at the Port. Straightforward, fearless, democratic, and a shrewd business man — that's Jack. His first com mittee meeting is at Pearse's Build ings (next Commercial Hotel) at 8 pjn., to-morrow. (Monday). Good democrats could spend a worse evening elsewhere!.
ROSEHILL Sydney Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920
ROSEH1LL Sydney Saturday. The Rosehill Racing-Club's Nov ember meeting was held to-day in fine weather, with the following re sults :-^ Maiden Handicap.— One mile. Golden Cello, 1; The Killer, 2; Gol den Scott, 3. Betting: 4 to 1 agst .Golden Cello. flying Welter.— Six furlongs. Stee.1 Brook, 1; Westmere, 2; Irish Eyes, 3. Betting: 4 to 1 agst Steel Brook. Nursery Handicap.— Four and a half furlongs. Montoro, 1; Bal gwen, 2; Lady Bronzino, 3. Bet ting: 5 to. 4 agst Montoro, ; . Rosehill Handicap. — One and a quarter- miles. Golden Bronze, 1;^ Daph, 2; Pretty Baby, 3, Betting: ~~ 7 to 2 agst Golden Bronze. Three-Year-Old Handicap.— Seven furlongs. Wish Wynne, 1; Caba 2 agst Wish Wynne. Parramatta Mfle.— Westmere, 1; Tickeroo, 2rPdwdal, 3. Betting: 7 to 2 agst Westmece, . '
V.A.T.C. ACCRINGTON WINS THE ARMADALE CUP. Melbourne. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920
V.A.T.C. ACCEINGTON WINS THE ARMADALE CUP. Melbourne. Saturday. The VA.T.C. held a successful meeting at Caulfield txniay in hot close 'weather. Following are the results:— ' ^ Kasoiika Hurdles. — Two miles and 64 yards. Coronatus, 9.5 (Mooney),. 1; Sandgate, 10.6 (Moon), 2; Sha dow Dancer, 12j9 (Thompson), 3. Other starters: Sir Mnemon, 10.13; . Campaniform, 105; Rare Scot, 9.7. Betting: 7 to 2 agst Shadow Dancer, 4 to 1 Sir Mnemin, 8 to 1 Coronatus. Won by three lengths. Time, 3 min. 491 sea Stansmoxe Two-Year-Old^— Five furlongs. Elaira, '83 -Harrison), 1; Sister Olive, 8.7 (Kfllorn), 2.; Can terbury, 82 (May), 3. Other star ter's: Seftori, 9.9; The Storm, 8.10; Stare, 8.6; Canowindra, 7.4; Hop picker, The Palais, 83; Bernard, Es debee, Pop, Gold Shrine, Sonora, 8.0; Sighter, Lorna B., 7.9; Cooribi, Mr. Woo, Beon, Roselane,'7.7; North Shore, 73; Carmyle, 72; Bassi, 7.0; Silwood, 6.10. Betting: 7 to 1 agst Klmira, 8 to 1 Sefton, The Palais, or Sister Olive. Won by three-quarters o...
Boxing [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920
Boxing Francis Charles was the first boxer to gain the decision (which met with a mixed reception) over Harry Stone for same considerable time. The fight, which took place at the Sydney Stadium, was witnessed by a tremendous crowd of interested spectators^ Stone has never been defeated in WA., where he has fought numerous bouts w|th boxers of all weights, and he also has an extremely substantial list of vic tories- in the Eastern States_ and America and England. Onafies took the fight to his adversary, whose unusual foot-work highly am used the Tans, and after 20 rounds Joe Wallis^ said Charles won. Half the crowd' ran wild, and made all sorts of unnatural noises, but never theless, even if Charles did win, we feel sure that he knew he had been in an argument. 'Hop' Harry is only human, and even the best must admit a man's superiority, and es pecially in this case, as Stone was boxing the welter-weight champion of Europe, and was also conceding his opponent 141bs. In the Stadium of ...
November Meeting at Headquarters BEAUTIFUL WEATHER—GOOD ATTENDANCE—SOME LOVELY DIVIDENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920
November Meeting at Headquarters BEAUTIFUL WEATHER— GOOD ATTENDANCE— SOME LOVELY r DIVIDENDS. Despite the somewhat unpropiti oos; conditions prevailing yesterday moaning the weather was beauti fully fine in th& afternoon, when the.W.A.T.C. November meeting at Headquarters attracted a fine .at tendance: Following are the re sults:— SANDSHfQHAM HURDLES— A handicap of 175 sovs. ; second 35* «ovs, and third 15 sovs out of stake. Two miles. S. P. Mackay's Rouleau, Kenil wbrth— Goldgrip,' 10.0 (Leo sard) .. .. ? 1 Yarraadale, 92 (McCann) .... 2 Nonplussed, J0.12 -O'Rourke) . . 3 Other starters: Bobinski, 10.0 (Walters); Loch Sure, 9.0 (Dono vanh Mandiga; 9.0 (Seifken) ; Sil ent ffom, 9.0 (Watts). Dividends (for 10/-): S.O., £1/14/-; place, 13/-, 17/-, 13/-. Betting: 2 to 1 agst Nonplussed,') 5 to;2 Rouleau, 6 to 1 Loch Sure, 8 to 1 Yarrandaie, 10 to 1 Bobinski, Silent Tom, 33 to* I Mandiga. Won by two, and a quarter lengths, with a length between sec ond and third. Time. 3 min. 49...