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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920
MIDLAND. JUNCTION. The Commercial Hotel OPPOSITE THE STATION. Residential, Up-to-Date. and 1 Comfortable. Swan Beer. H. S. JONES, Proprietor. WHEN THIRSTY Ask for HONEY'S HIGH CLASS AERATED WATERS. M1 ALL HOTEL AiYD SHOPS. Midland Junction Aerated Waters ? Co, ? Newcastle Road,. .TeL X4& BETTER & CHEAPER REPAIRS To Bfces, Motor Cycles, or Cars, than can be got in Perth. We Build to Order. Midland Agents for EXCELSIOR Everything You Nrcd » These Lines. _ ARTHUR FLINT, York-rd., Mid. Junction. 'Phone L28. ALHAMBBA BABS ROYAL ARCADE. M, DE PEDRO ... .. Proprietor. Free Lunch. Finest Wines. Union and Swan Beer on Dtargui, Insist on your Newsagent deuver ing your ' Sunda^ Mirror' early every Sunday. \,
West Guildford Howls [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920
West Guildford Howls (By 'Woodbine.') The talk of the dry area— Cum- ming: Smith's picnic. 'Tis rumored that some of the competitors who are so pleased with their performances, are entering for the Sheffield Handicap and the Old Buffers' Race at the Guildford annual sports on January 31st. Jack White has issued a challenge to all-comers for any distance up to 440 yards. Fred. Bright had a day out, practi cally scooping the whole pro gramme. The West Guildford; Rifle Club's Honor Roll was unveiled last week. A great turn-out— a crowded house. All the heads were pre sent, including the Premier. 'He forgot to mention how he was going to reduce the cost of living. Our Roads Board secretary, Geo. Wyndham, is retiring from that on erous position. Verily, I say, the local members of the Board are a very hard lot to please. The local lads had better look out for themselves, as we have a John Hop residing here now.
SWIMMING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920
SWIMMING NOTES. May lands is making a move for the coming season, and will be jroing strong in about a fortnight's time. This club promises to have some good members this year. ? Some of the old heads are commencing to put in good work. It would be interesting to know when N. G. Hutchinson, of the May lands -Club, is going to get the tro phy (First Junior Handicap),, which he won at the Claremont Baths dur ing the Interstate Swimming Carni val some nine months ago. It is remoured among the May lands swimmers that Albert Rose, Teddy Hansen, and Jack Sheedy are going to put themselves on the limit mark in the big swim. Mot tram, keep your eyes skinned. Fat Lofts is showing great form, but if he only discarded that lady's bathing cap he might get his hair wet — which wouldn't do any harm. A door on the dressing-room at the end of the Maylands Jetty would be an improvement. So would -a springboard. A touchboard can fol low. Clubs send along your notes.
Boxing [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920
Boxing Perth's Big Battle:— Tuesday, 30th inst., at His Majesty's Theatre.— Harry Stone (holder) v. Frank -Bro- - gan (challenger). The Perth Pro moting Company will have direction of this bout, which will be fought over the 20 rounds distance. It is being arranged for fight fans to wit ness the 'tothersider in training ex hibitions. 'The Australian light weight championship will be in volved. —o — Jack Dempsey (American holder) versus George Carpentier' (France) early next year. We say Demp sey. On the 4tlr-of next month Arthur Wyns, who knocked out Jimmy-Hill in the third round at the Sydney Stadium' -.fights Englishman Jo Sy monds. The chap from Belgium will find Symonds a very willing op ponent, game, fast, and clever. Harry Warren recently gained a victory at the Sydney Stadium, and is now anxious to get into holts with any eight-stoner looking for lash. Packy McFarlane's trainer chal lenges, on behalf of his pupil any bantam-weight in Australia, Jerry Sullivan barred. He exten...
Racing Comments COMMENTS ON HELENA VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920
Racing Comments COMMENTS O2MZELENA VALE. (By 'Cricklewood, Jun.') Helena Vale Race Club held its November meeting in hot weather. The attendance was good. Proceedings opened with the Belle vue Hurdle Race, for which all ac ceptors started. It was a verv poor old hurdle race ,as Loch Sure went to the front,^ but fell at the first jump. Ramillies then took com mand, but ran off at the next hur dle, leaving Bobinski a substantial lead, and lasted long enough to' win by two and a half lengths from Yar-, randale, with Captain Alceck six lengths away third. Gauze Lad was fourth. Ramillies was always favor ite, and was^ sent out at 5 to 2. Bobinski was backed from S's to 7 to 2, and Yarrandale had supporters - at fives and 9 to 2. Very Faithful and Affaire de Joie wereSwithdrawn from the First Class plate, leaving six runners. Bar deur was always favourite at twos and 7 to 2. Sandfuse was well backed at threes and fours, and Rouge Bow had support at fours and fives, and a little for Devil'...
RACING IN VICTORIA. EPSOM MEETIMG. Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920
RACING IN VICTORIA. EPSOM MEETING. Melbourne. Saturday. The above club held a meeting to-day in pleasant weather, with the following results: — '. Trial Handicap, six furlongs. — Niepe (Duncan), 1; Rueso -Frank- lin), 2; Donna Jv*anita (Perkins), 3. Other starters: Berglacre, T;W.O., Locheroo, Jewel Song, Carbineer's Daughter, Chicobee, Pertrula, Vifck ers Vemy, Sir Beau. Betting: 2 to 1 Rueso, 9 to 2 Sir Beau, 5 to 1 Niepe, 8 to 1 Donna Juanita. Won by a neel?. 1 min. 161 sec. *Two-Year-Old Handicap, ii fur longs. — ^Bassi iDuncan), 1; Melan esia (O'SuUivan), 2; Too Cool (Wil son), 3. Other starters: Loroa E^ River 'Star, Rososan, Rustic Lass, Golden Era, Vivic. Betting: 5 tj 4 agst Bassi, 5 to 2 Lbrna B., 5 to I Mlanesia. Won by a length. 57isec Epsom Plate, six furlongs.— Mira (Harrison), 1; Rueso (O'Sullivan), 2; Lar (Franklin), 3. Other start ers: Lancer, Plume, Fadelina, Red Signal, Roberdil, Placida. Betting: 2 to 1 agst St. Mira, 5 to 2 Lar, 4 to 1 Placida, 6 to 1 Rueso.- Wo...
Francis Street Scabbery More About Hughes' Dunghill—Rotten Conditions Cor Retained Soldiers—in Defence Citadel—Where Hughes Reigns Supreme. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920
Francis Street Seabbery More About Hughes' Dunghill— Rot- ten Conditions Cor Returned Sol diers—in Defence Citadel — Where Hughes Reigns . Supreme. - — v 'Nothing is too' good for the sol diers!'— Jingo gush. '£7 Is 6d per. fortnight'— hard fact. £3 10s 9d a week— that's the Commonwealth Government's wage for returned soldiers employed as storemen in the Ordnance Stores, Francis-street. These are some of the men W. M. Hughes was going to stand-by in anything short of murder, or big amy. All over Australia this shameful sweating goes on -in Com monwealth Ordnance Stores. As a South Australian contemporary puts it: 'The men are bossed by Brass Hats who are hopelessly out of sympathy with returned scl&ers. One of them told the men that no pilfering had ever taken place until returriedVmen were put oh the jbbi ' Some little- while ago the SA. men tried , for a rise, and for 'the remedy of some other grievances. Their wages, they pointed out, were 5s. a week lower than the worst ...
Guildford Growls. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920
Guildford Growls. ? \J ? (By Rip Van Winkle), A bomb has exploded in our midst. We are going to have an election for Mayor. Two candidates in the field — one Evans, of Midland Workshops fame — a representative of the upper ten — the other, Rhodes, of Ugly '.Men glory, who believes it's deeds, not windy spasms that counts. *— v ? Workers, exercise your rights and support an Ugly candidate, who, if returned, will endeavor to push the town along. The unveiling ceremony of the Soldiers' Memorial passed off suc cessfully. -Every suvertail for miles around was present (including some who have forgotten to contri bute their bit towards it). His Excellency the Governor was the principal speaker. * One lad asked another Jad pre sent how did the Governor, get in to the ground. The lad replied, ''cause he knew de 'gate.' The 'member for the district, Joe Davis, was well in the limelight, and was supported by the Rev. Tom Allen, who had his boots clean ed for the ocacsion. __!„ The Guildford Ho...
Helena Vale GOOD ATTENDANCE—SWELTERING CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920
Helena Vale GOOD ATTENDANCE— SWEL- TERING CONDITIONS. BELLEVUE HURDLE RACE, of 90 sovs.; second 15 and third 10 sovs. from stake. About two miles. Mrs. A. Hopkins' Bobinski, by Bobadii— Joan, 9.13 (Walters). 1 Yarrandale, 9.6 (McCann) - . . . . 2 Captain Alcqck, 9.0 (O'Rourke) . 3 Other starters: Ramillies, 10.1 (Pinkus) ; Loch Sure, 9.0 (Leonard) ; West Band, 9.0 (Hefferman) ; Gauze Lad, 9.0 (Cubitt). Dividends, (for 10/-) : S.O., £2/11/-; place, 17/, 15/, 21/. Betting: 5 to 2 agst Raxnilhes, 7 to 2 Bobinski, 9 to 2 Yarandale, 5 to 1 Loch Sure, 10 to 1 West Band, 20 to 1 Gauze Lad. Won by half a length, with six lengths between second and third. Time, 3 'min. STNsec. FIRST CLASS PLATE, of 100 sovs. second 20 and third 10 sovs, from stak. Six furlongs. P. A. Marks' Some Class, by Fid, elis— Class, 7,13 (Nome) .. .. 1 Devil's Wing, 6.12 (McCann) ... 2 Rouge Bow, 7.13 tFoster) .. .. 3 Other starters: Bardeur, 8.11 (Mit chell); Sandfuse, 8.0 (Biglands) ; Battle Queen, 6.13 (Whelan). Di...
Goldfields Racing Boulder, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920
Goldfields Racing Boulder, Saturday. The above club's November meet ing took place in warm weather to day, with the following ..results: — First Division Handicap, seven furlongs.— Miss Perkeo C8S) .1, Tin tagel (7.12) 2, Anoplin (7.41 3'. Other starters: Epsilon, 8.0; Reconnoitre, Prince Varco, 7.4; Martian Queen, Headstrong, 7.0. Betting: 6 to 4 agst Miss Perkeo. ' ' Second Division Handicap, six furlongs. — Lady Gamma (7.7) 1, On Fire (S.7K 2, King Robert (7.7) & Other starters: Nandillyan Gift, Gold and Black, 9.7; Jack Cosson, 8.0; Arguer, 7.12; Pistol Pete, 7.8; China Town, 7.7; Splice Gun, 73. Betting: 5 to 4 on Lady Gamma. Third and Fourth Division Handi cap. — First Flower (82), 1; Queen of Thessaly (7.8), 2;' Devon Lass '8.0), 3. Other starters: Maundrell, 10.0; Tyana, 8:10; Waipa, 82; Camel Gan. 8.0; Billie Burke, Blakemount, 7.9; Lady Fidelis, Clivanche, 7.2. Bet ting: 2 to 1 agst First Flower. November Handicap, one mile and a quarter.— Gravity King (85), 1; Fou...
Eastern Racing Adelaide, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920
Eastern Racing Adelaide, Saturday. The Port Adelaide Racing CU.b's November meeting was held today, with ^he following results: — Glebe Trial Stakes, 6J furlongs — Socratia 1, Avery 2, Lady Hanahail 3. Dividend (for £1), £3/15/. Pennington Hurdles,— Rubble 1, Venezelos 2, Naval Gem 3. Divi dend - (for $1) , £A?W-. . ? lAfcinicipal Handicap, 1 mile 3 fur longs' — Chamois 1, New Shot 2, Dim Ladjdie -8: Dividend (for £1). £8/3/. Kingston Steeplechase, about 1 mile and 3 fuiilongs.— Press 'Through 1, Allaru 2, Vemacher 3. Dividend (for £1), £3/10/-. _ Dale Welter, one mile.— Anotto 1, Falkland 2, Bobina 3. Dividend (for £1), £6/12/. \ ...; Five furlongs. — Smiley, 1 ; Border Fife furlongs. — Smiley, 1; Border town, 2; Cultana,-3. Dividend ffor £1), £9/4/. ,^.
BIG FIRES IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920
BIG FIRES IN SYDNEY. A big wholesale grocery store was burnt down on the 14th inst.. Dam age, £100,000. The State Timbei Yards were also burnt; damage, £30,000. The local papers and pa triots must be losing their punch. even a sugestion so far that the I.W.W. did it. Must have them all in gaol or Parliament. Is it be cause there is a Labor Government in power there, or because the war is off for a time. What a chance Billy Hughes missed. Why not ar rest Mahon for doing it? Get one of his pet judges to give him ten years. Mahon undoubtedly is is just as guilty of causing these fires as the Sydney I.W.W.'s* were when they got railroaded for a term. So why shouldn't he be arrested? Besides, he has had the impertinence to differ from Billy as to the merits of Glorious Empires. If you say that the Empire is a great and noble work, especially designed by 'the Creator, then you are a patriot. If vou say the reverse, then you are a damned scoundrel. Three cheers for the right of free speech...
"SUNDAY SLIMES" SWASHBUCKLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920
'SUNDAY SLIMES' SWASH BUCKLERS. The sqoling scribes of the Sunday 'Slimes' say that they will teach the O.B.U. and Communists of W.A. a lesson. Will use physical force on them if necessary. Well, ?there weren't many of their penmen sailed down the Swan with ' L/Ole batch. Didn't you get enough notice, or perhaps the postman 'for- got to deliver the invitations. There is a golden opportunity sticking out for them now. The Bolshers have belted hell out of. about a dozen al leged generals and armies that have gone out to eat them. Wrangel, apparently, is up the spout, and is sending distress signals to Town shend, of Kut el Amara fame. Townshend seems to think a job in Parliament a better proposition. Now, what's wrong with a 'Sun- day Slimes' ' contingent, headed by their valiant editor, with Fly blower in charge of the canteen? They could stand off about fifty miles, and bombard them with some of their German gold leaders. No Bolshie was ever built who coald understand them. Why tjie...
MILITARY OFFICERS' CLUB. SICK-UP BUCKETS REQUIRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920
MILITARY OFFICERS' CLUB. SICK-UP BUCKETS REQUIRED. There is a brass-hat club over a Murray-street theatre, where Em pire-loyalty abounds and beer is on tap in large quantities. One of the staff of this paper took his missus iS-a private box upstairs to see 'Male ? and Female' the ' other night. Just as Lady Mary got into the rose-water bath (in the pitcher) some over-full Brass Hat vomited from the tipper storey and We, Jew eller Pearl. and his military cob bers, a chap and his girl, got the splashes, also the aroma of some very stale beer, gin and vermouth, whiskey, cigar-butts, and ~ a large quantity of guile, undigested cray fish, prawns, onions, and beetroot. Fortunately my missus had some smelling salts, so the\ ambulance was called off. The Mirror's ad vice to future patrons is to shut the windows, and to Tom Coombe to in stal a bucket pan outside the upper windows.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920
'CARTER'S VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURE ACADEMY.' Direct from Sydney. - Principal: Mrs. M. M. Carter. Get Into the Movies . Learn the Moving Picture Busi ness. We Teach It; also thorough Professional Vaudeville Tuition; all kinds^of Stage Dancing and Singing. We Require 20 Young Ladies for . Beauty Ballets. We Require 20 Ladies and Gents for Speakmg Parts, Terms, Moderate, and in Advance. START SATURDAY, PROTEST ANT HALL, BEAUFORT-ST., at 230 pan. VICTORIA HALL, FBEMANTLE, at 1050 aaa. ' 'The Million Dollar Babies,' now at Shaftesbury (Pertti), were Trained by us. See Them and Judge if we can Teach. * ~~ SILVER CHART £60. Sheffield Handicap. £50. Open to All Comers. 100 yards. £25. Amateur Handicap. . £26. 75 yards. . To be Run in Connection with Silver City (Foot of William-street). Under the Rules of the West Au&- tralian Athletic League. Commencing December 13. Nominations for Sheffield, 5/-; ac ceptance for Sheffield, 5/-. Nomina-' tions Amateur Handicap, 2/6,; ac cepfance Amat...
Mimes, Mummers & Melody-Makers [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920
Mimes, Mummers & Melody-Makers 'The Country Girl,' at His Ma jesty's on Saturday, December 4tb, and for six nights only. Bookings open at Nicholson's on Tuesday week (November 30), but you cap write to-day (open Monday) for an advance booking to' 'Manager, Box Office, Nicholson's.' Another Jack London film at The Royal in 'the 'Mutiny of the Elsir nore.' On Wednesday .evening next, at the King's Theatre, Fremantle, Miss Doris Melville will ^tage her third annual pantomime, ''The v Magie Ruby,' featuring her entire com pany of clever and versatile pupils. The attraction will be staged for a second time on Saturday, 27th inst. Od Thursday, November 30, Miss Melville will present her first enter tainment to Bayswater folk. At 2/6 reserved, and 2/- and 1/- crowded houses should greet these bright little dancers. Helen Ferguson, in 'The Mutiny ? of the Elsinore,' at the Royal, nego tiates a hard- part in a marvellous way— a great picture. 'Cooee,' as 'sung by Miss Taafe, in 'The ...
Another Disloyal Outburst Bludanguts George—Empire Smash-Wreck Australia—is Advice of Works Minister—Expel Him! [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920
Another Disloyal Outburst Bludangutz George— Empire ^mash Wreck Australia— is Advice ol Works Minister— Ex- pel Him! In -the course of a speech made by W. J.George , ('Bludangutz,' alais 'Black Goose'), in the Legis lative Assembly last Wednesday, the following intemperate, seditious,, disloyal .traitorous, disruptive, etc.. etc. (for further adjectives vide Hughes on Mahon). Anyhow, here's what 'Hansard' says: — 'The Minister for Works: So far as the Commonwealth Government are concerned, they are no good to this State in any 6hape or form. I declare emphatically that if ever an opportunity arises to cut the paint er from the Eastern States, I will be found ready to use all my strength in carrying on that fight. For my part I believe that Western Australia can, and if the people in this State will arouse themselves, and members of Parliament arouse themselves, too, the people in the Eastern States will be induced to recognise the -claims of -this State. If not,, the peope should be...
Fremantle Fragments [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920
Fremantle fragments There's a nice young Fremantle boy -who swanks around in pretty silk champagne coloured socks. He is in love too, and the boys are anxious to. know Watt's her name. The 'flash woodman' from Fre mantle is contemplating matrimony. No doubt a case of 'Woodman'spare that tree.' ? J. D. Moss is standing for Mayor. J.D. is at least a live man who does and will do things, and will have the support of all who want more than an ornament for their civic head. Missing from the Port recently, Mrs. Allen, formerly popular hebe of the Esplanade. Said to be holidaying at an out of 'town seaside hostelry. Mrs. EtJwardB* house in Price street is well under way, and should be finished by about February. At the recent lecture at the Biz ness Men's Association on 'Fre- mantle's Future,' -the ex-politician who lectured was entirely eclipsed by a very well known Port publi can—both as to quantity and qua* ity of oratory. Jimmy Lane, the high priest of 'mixed drinks,' has taken up his ...