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LOCAL BRANCH PROTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920

LOCAL BRANCH PROTESTS. The -local branches of the Com monwealth Public Service Associa tions telegraphed their headquar ters (Melbourne) yesterday in pro test against Starke's arrogant inter ference with the right to appeal to Parliament. The telegram read: — 'W.A. against judicial tyranny or truckling pledges to Starke. Citi zens right of appeal to. Parliament and people vital.' 'The right to appeal to Parlia ment,' said Mr. Prendergast, a pro minent returned soldier member of the Commonwealth Public Service of this State, when question ed by a Mirror man, 'is not only provided by the Constitution of Aus tralia, but is -also specially preserv ed in the Commonwealth Public Service Act. What sort of advice Mr. Justice Starke can be relying on is beyond my comprehension.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
JUST JUDGE HIGGINS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920

JUST JUDGE HIGGINS came to fruition. The 'clerical' officers^ for exam ple, whose maximum, in the lowest class, which contains four-fifths of the service, is £210 per annum, have only benefited to the extent of about £30 a year, in the way of 'cost of living' allowances, since 1914, although prices have increased by 100 per cent. If the future held Any Prospect of betterment, no doubt the Federal cuff-and-collars would be still pre serving their stone^age stoic calm. That is not the case. Mr. Jus tice Starke, if not appointed to the Arbitration Bench in the deliberate intent to put the check-mate to any further efforts for improvement on the part of the Commonwealth Pub lic Service, could not have done bet ter) or worse) had he been so ap pointed. He has served his masters faithfully 'and well. . The Sydneysiders have already reached the limit in connection with this business: Last . Wednesday they demonstrated in the streets against Billy Hughes arid Co., and sent thousands of lett...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Eastern Racing S.A. Tattersalls Adelaide, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920

[astern Racing ?S.A. Tattersalls Adelaide, Saturday. At? Morphetville this afternoon the South Australian- Tattersall's Club held a meeting. Following are the results: — Trial Stakes. — One mile. .Barrier Gold, 1; Hinbad, 2; Exchequer, 3. Dividend (for £1), £4/13/-.^ - ? (Hub Hurdles. — About two miles. Peflubie, 1; Lord Pindex, 2; Naval Gem, 3. Dividend (for £1), £4/9/-. Summer Handicap. — One and a half miles. Dependence, 1 ; Minchin bury. 2; Stageboy, 3. Dividend (for £1), £1/9/-. Juvenile Handicap. — Eive fur longs. First Division: Etamin, 1; Worthyman, 2; Bordertown, 3. Di vidends (for £1), £5/1/-. Second Division: Prince Aides, 1; La Bagu ette, 2; Teru, 3. Dividend (for £1), £2Al/-.'; . .Steeplechase. — About two miles. Yattunga, 1; Aerial Prince, 2; Por tree, 3. Dividend' (for £1), £4/2/-. Grenfeu Welter.— One mile. Por tree, 1* Falkland, 2; Anattic Queen, 3. Dividend (for £1), £7/12/-. Final Handicap. — Six . furlongs. Seal King, 1; Franzoe, 2; Pintadian, 3. Dividend (for £1...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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"TRUTH" TRUSTEES. And Our Acrid Remarks. A Hasty Correction. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920

' TRUTH' TRUSTEES. And Our Acrid Remarks. A Hasty Correction. (To the Editor.) Sir, — I am not out to hurl brick bats at you ^concerning your scath ing article in last issue of the 'Mirror' on the interesting subject of 'Truth'- trustees and myself, but there are a couple of slips which should be corrected instanter. You call the Simian administrators of the Norton Estate 'Truth's Canm ba) Trustees.' As the comparison is a distinct tibel on all ordinary dinkum cannibals it should be with-\ drawn out of respect 'to their feel- ' ings. You are also aware that there are many harmless microbes in the world; therefore you should have specified 'bubonic inicrobeBi' and thus avoided that needless pain of mind and -mental jubjams generally which many decent microbes would feel on perusing yofl*' article. As to the pestilent push general ly, rest assured that I will be on their- tracks before they're m\\r\\ older. — Yours, etc.. E. J. DUNK. [We withdraw and apologise to Mr. Dunn.— Ed. BError...

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Ladies Section Who's Where [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920

f The Ladies Section 1 '- ' WHo's Where 111 Mr. W. Shields arrived back in Perch last Sunday. Mrs. E. H. B. Macartney and fam fly are down th« Great Southern L&e for the summer. After an extensive tour of the 4Jouth-West, Mr. G. Weitheim and ios mother returned to Perth last l week, when they left for Melbourne by the trans-train. Barry Boan journeyed) to Mei bourne by the Great- Western ex cess last week. l-^**^ . In town for a few days, Mrs. L. Wilkie, from up country. * An Eastern exchange feels torry for Mrs. C. Doyle 'sitting at the bright land of her husband, when he introduced her name into his mono . k-gue. She looks as though the 'spirits eometiines moved her to mut ter 'something, but she mustn't. Her's is the absolutely silent part. The' lady is. as sincere a spiritualist * as her husband, but she doesn't look -to have the soul of a propagandist. Conan would like to shout his oft told tale from the house-tops, 'whereas his wife would rather un sold it gently in he...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920

FISHER BEA-RDS'I ADELAIDE STREET, FREMANTLE '_ , ? 1 Important to Household Economists I Ladies will find that their Ready Money will go further at FISHER BEARD'S than at any other \ DRAPERY HOUSE IN THE WEST. \ FISHER BEARD'S MOTTOES— QUALITY is always the TRUE TEST of Cheapness, Rapid Turnover, I and Smallest Margin of Profit. I HUGE PURCHASE OF LADLES' ASSAM! SILK DUST COATS. I Ladies' Assam bilk Dust Coats, 'Smart Cut, .Square Collar, finished with Belt and good quality Gold Buttons I Special Price «4s.. Usual Price £7 7% 1 LADIES9 SILK GOLFERS. - A Very Smart Line of Ladies* Silk Golfers; English make, full size, in cream, vieux, rose, navy, mole, and champagne. Special Price, 63s. CHILDREN'S FROCKS. Special Table of Children's FROCKS, in an exceptionally Good Quality Zephyr, with check collar .and cuffs, finished with pearl buttons. Special Price, 14/9 each. LADIES' WHITE ORGANDIE BLOUSES. Ladies' White Organdie Muslin BLOUSES, very fine quality, bell sleeves, trimmed with fil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920

Do You Need Your Luggage or Fur niture carefully removed or safely stored? VANN & CO., 19 Pier Street, Perth. 193 Heytesbury Road, Subiaco. Attend promptly to all Branches of Carving Business and Customs Work. .Call, Write, Wire, or Ring A3207.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 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 PAREILLE, MADAM LOUISE (Late of Mel bourne). HATS OF CHARM AND DIS TINCTION 156 WILLIAM-STREET (opposite Royal Hotel). CALL AND INSPECT.

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CHILD SOLD TO PAY DESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920

CHILD SOLD TO PAY DEBTS. Chicago received a shock to-day ' when the papers printed an adver tisement offering: FOR SALE— A beautiful four year-old girl for l.OOOdol. She has auburn hair, bine eyes, good health, legitimate parentage. The 'adv.' was inserted by Char- 1 les Stoddard, artist, of New York. -\ His friend, M. J. Mintz, explained: . 2 'Stoddard came to Chicago only * a few weeks ago. Before that he liv- ' ed in New 'kork. He was married and the father of two children, a boy. six, and a girl, Sylvia, four. A few months ago his wife died after a long illness, which took all Stod- . dard's money. He could find no work ? j to do, and was forced to beg his way j to Chicago, bringing bis little girl H with him. ^ 'He thought he could find work J when he got there, but was unable « ? f to do so. * # 'For the sake of the little girl he wishes to place her in the home of a good family. In order to do : this he is advertising the little girl 'for sale,' which means that in con sidera...

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Memories of Ministers' Wives (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920

Memories of Ministers' Wives (Continued). 1 Quite a lot of iny friends tried to - . i persuade me against marrying John, 3 they always said he slept too much, 1 but I always said they'd find him ' M pretty wide-awake when the occa- % sion arose. . . John's first bid ? for a selection ballot as a Labour 1 candidate was very exciting. Mr. § Todt sent me down a lot of freei; -I membership tickets to give away. -a to my girl Mends so that thev' could J go and vote for John. They gav« 111 his men friends pence cards to vote \f| with, and John won quite easily. 1 $| always knew he wouldn't' sleep when fl there was something worth keeping -- =H awake for, not like that wretched M donkey engine. Jl When on that memorable trip to 31 England we. arrived at Victoria. if| Newton and Mr. Fisher ursi^asf. I ?* « 3M liked the station immensely, and *| told Will he would have to change M the name of Spencer-street to Vie- rf| toria. Newton was in uniform, and -ffl looked lovely with a strain on eve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920

IFEEIAL HOTEL WELLINGTON-STREET, PERTH. A LEADING CITY HOUSE. Close to Station. EVERYTHING RIGHT UP TO DATE. J. MOYLAN. (joldfields Club Hotel CORNER PIER AND WELLING TON-STREETS. Swan and Union Ale' on Draught.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920

H. H. KERR TH5 MAN OF RENOWN 110 HIGH-ST., FREMANTLS, IS GIVING TEA AWAY AT lAPerlb. Also Crawford's Chocolate at 2/- lb. Call at once' at RENOWN Tea rooms. Best place in Fremantle for Ices, Soft Drinks, Spiders, &c, 110 HIGH-STREET. For Seeds, Plants, and Flowers, I vow, That you'll find the finest on earth Call' or Write Dawson, Harrison now, Their Shop is in Barrack-street, Perth. GARRY STACK'S SAVOY CAFE, (Downstairs), Next Metropole Hotel, HAY-STREET. A Princely Meal at a Popular Price. Furniture Removed on Special Vans. All Classes Goods Stor ed. Lowest Rates. Customs, Shipping, Forwarding Agents. Specialists in Heavy Jinker Work. Bank and Office Safes. W. H. McCORMACK, Opp. Railway Yards and Next Royal Hotel, WELLINGTON-STREET. Tel. A 4557. R. BONE Butcher 181-183 Mnrray St. (Opposite Boans). OFFERS THE PRXMEST MEAT AT LOWEST PRICES. OUR CORNED BEEF AND SAUS AGES ADVERTISE US. TRY THEM. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. TeL 4401. Finest of Serges, Silks, Crepe do Chines, Suit ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920

\ WHERE TO SHOP I IN I MOUNT LAWLEY. | B. McINTYRB, Famfly Batcher, 656 BEAUFORT-STREET, Opp. Lyceum Theatre. Best Quality Meat. Prompt Delivery. Call or Ring A2838. Our Home-cooked Goods, with Heinz Pickles make dainty eating. IVANHOE DAIRY PRODUCE, WaUcott & Beaufort Sts. We Deliver Promptly. Call or Ring A3952, We Fix Everything You Need in ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, Quickly and Cheaply. HYNES AND COWAN, 667 BEAUFORT-STREET, MI. LAWLEY. Call or Ring, A2719. CYCLE AND MOTOR SPECIAL ISTS. THOENTOII BROS. Petrol and Oil Supplied. Repairs, Overhauls. Enamelling and Plat ing Done. 487 BEAUFORT-STREET, PERTH Coolest and Most Spacious HaU in W.A. MT. LAWLEY BILLIARD SALOON. (Late McLeod's HaU.) 6 ALCOCK TABLES. Run by: B. WALLISH, late 28th; Batt. A E. DELVES, late 11th. Batt. GROSVENOR-ROAD, (Just OS Beaufort-street.) WHERE TO SHOP IN NORTH PERTH. IDEAL Ready-to-Eat Foods. Home Cooked, Dainty, and Appetising, Finest of Dairy Products, From MISS HAYDEN, 421 FITZGERALD STREET, North ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920

- JONES-Cngland'sBest Machine I^^H^ESISSBHr Cabinets and Drophead ^Kfj^BHpjj'§j^Bfl Guaranteed IHHlBKmlMltf^lBI] for 25 Years JHllBJfflKBnyilBE E^y Terms J. A. THOMSON Co. Ltd., 209 Mirrtg St., nrti 54 it«t St. Fnmntfe

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920

Get the Food for Tour Livestock from J. BOSWORTH Claisebrook Road, East Perth. Do You Need a Reliable Carrier? Call or Rine AS317. For the Best Joints and Cuts Try F-. H. JAMES Family Butcher, 51 CLAISEBROOK ROAD, EAST PERTH. J Call or Ring TeL A2026. MR. S. T.ar.«jy.TT ROSEEN HERBALIST, 282 WILLIAM-STREET, PERTH. What Herbs will Gore anything under the sun is what they were sent for. All kinds of Skin Diseases^ Ulcers, Lupus, and all Internal and ' External Ailments; Rheumatism - after everything else fails, try me'. You can cure yourself at home without fail.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920

* MIDLAND JUNCTION. The Commercial Hotel OPPOSITE THE STATION. Residential, Up-to-Date, and Comfortable. Swan Beer. H. S. JONES, Proprietor. WHEN THIRSTY Ask for HONEY'S HIGH CLASS AERATED WATERS. ALL HOTEL AND SHOPS. Midland Junction Aerated Waters ? Co., ? Newcastle Road.. Tel. L18.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 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.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920

COMMERCIAL HOTEL FREMANTLE. The Port's Leading Hotel. JOE STRONG, Proprietor.

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To Peter the Sisuth. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920

To Peter the Sleuth. Ala! With stealthy step on rubber heels, He creeps along the footway. He funks the job, but still he feels He's got to earn his week's pay. The night is dark and blugs abound The drunks are full of metal If one should hit him on the nose His police career they'd 6ettle, TTis lantern dark, his cotton threads Are safely in his pocket. If he should meet a burglar grim. He'd fly — just like a rocket. His feefc are sore hi6 heart is 6uak Away to blooming^ zero, He won't admit he's got the funk Although he ain't an hero. Ths counter with its yard of brass ? Says: 'Come back home, my sonny.' You're nothing but a silly ass, You'll never earn you're money. Ala, aha ! The sun doth shine, the fears of night Are scattered with the morning. Our brave sleuth hound has lost his fright, And death and danger scorning. On tested feet he saunters out. : To have a little gamble. He knows a girl he once did talie To feast 'mid fern and. bramble. He makes the bet — the gee-gee won ; ...

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Sub-Rosa [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 14 November 1920

Sub- Rosa . The Gadfly has no love for police Eimps at any time, but if what he as learned of the methods of one, which resulted in a betting prosecu tion at Cottesloe Beach is correct, then this particular specimen of rag trade cum police pimp parasite de serves the greatest trouncing it is possible to provide him with. Us ing his acquaintance with the girl behind the counter as a pretest — a girl he had previously made over- t tures of love to, and had even taken her to a picnic — be induced her to take a bet. on a horse. The horse won. This beautiful specimen of the police pimp, collected his winnings, then immediately laid information, which resulted in a fine of £5 and costs. Doubtless, he was congratu lated by his superiors (he had only been a probationer for a fortnight, having previously been observed sell ing rags over a counter in Freman tle), and I suppose is 7iow 'kidding' h4mself that he is » blood brother to Sherlock Holmes God save our country from such specimens.

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