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Maylands Mems [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920

Maylands Mems The 'flies' have flown— to be hoped for ever — off the shop window sills, e The railway station exits are now the popular venue, and the last train Saturday night is the favour ite. A beerful argument in the station approach is a usual sight, and a sham 'burl-up' finishes things. 'Appy lives of merry fellers! There is a 'Lady . of ? the Lake' here, but she's only been seen by a few. Stud Lawson is supposed to be one, and the Central-avenue mud dle puddle's the spot. 'Some' local folk would rather the 'lake' be at the corner of Guildford-road and Eighth-ave— near Retchford's. They all like water better than bricks and mortar. Those two-storied places are on nearly all corners! Talking about such places, it's rumoured that the Y.W.C.A. are go ing to lease one or two in'this sub urb. If they go and take the Central it'll be shindy on the Road Board and its Hall.' Why, it won't be worth having an interval in the show if there's no place to go just on 9. To Halifax wid 'em!...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920

His j Majesty's Theatre LESSEES ? B. and J. FULLER. PRODUCERS ? PERTH OPERATIC SOCIETY. CHARMING MUSICAL COMEDY A Country *Girl (By special arrangement with J. C. Williamson, Ltd.) SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4th to DECEMBEB 10th. - (For a limited season of Six Nights Only). SPECIAL BOOKING ANNOUNCEMENT. Applications in advance for seats prior to the opening of the Box Plans wil be received by letters only, addressed to the Man j- ger of the Box Office, Nicholson's, Limited. Letters* must state number of seats required and contain cheque or postal notes for same. No tickets will be posted unless stamped efavelope is sent with application. Applications will not be received late?v than SATURDAY, NOV. 27th, at 12 noon. The Box Plan £*r the whole season will be open to the general public on Tuesday, November 30: - . THE GREATEST SHOW EVER PRESENTED IN THE WEST PRICES.— Reserved Stalls and Dress Circle, 5/ (including ? tax); Unreserved Stalls, 3/3; Back Stalls, 2/2; Gallery. 1/1.. Ik West Austral...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920

pEEN'S HALL fgihort Season Only, Commencing pS-: ' . Direction, of Sfc A/WHITE and MARSHALL go--'' . 'PALMER. »?/--', ' . ? - fc;&TBE yORLBFAM^D |*»w- World's Greatest Harmony ^ »nd Melody Makers^' &£ raVodrites and New Artistes, pint Appearance with tLe Company JfjmSS VTOLET MvADOO, p!be Wonderful Lafiy Baritone,' |^':-.- : -ja^ ?. , . It MACKENZIE -and GUEST, jjftifaruiirrintn*ffftff g~f Entertainers. pc iriqesW-. i/v 1/-. Plus tak. s^v.&esefvps 4/-, including tax. i$Joi Plan Opens at N.cholson's g: ' on Wednesday Ne&t. ? ? plLYMPIA fe' NIGHTLY, at 8.15 pin. SACK BUBSEY ENTEBPBISES &?' '? ??????????? sgy^ ? t ; Presents I^TfiB POPULAR ENGLISH -^ HUMPHREY |} BISHOP | OPERATIC AHD COMEDY r COMPAN* &??? ?????? Y ? ? ' ;?/ NEW PROGRAMME, I- Including an If-' - ? tiBgjbaaL Comedy. Original. p: With Music. fc THE PUBSEBS DILEMMA. M&* ?; ' ' Popoiar p&ik'\ ? ' Prices.' p^ACKED HOUSE NIGHTLY. g BOOK EARLY. ITHEATRE I ROYAL. [...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 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. PES-England'sBest Machine ^^^^^^^fefej^^ NO PROFITEERING. lI3g^ji|ft^^K|BB 0UR pRZCE- '^' H|^KHH«h|B||FJ^^^B F°r this high-grade Sewing Ma I ^^H^^mHIB^^B chine is 25 per cent, less than I ^^SnB^^^H others are asking for the only . ^^B^Bc9JH^8[^«a*^^^| other machine that can be class f^H^SE§S|9^MpE|^^^ft ed with a Jones. J. A. THOMSON Co. Ltd. I 2O9Murr«3 St., Pott 54 flif I St., Ffemuffe For Seeds, Plants, and Flowers, I vow, That you'll find the finest on earth CaD or Write Dawson, Harrison now, - . Their Shop is in Barrack-street, Perth. oniR TH5 MAN OF RENOWN 110 HIGH ST., FREMANTLE, IS GIVING TEA AWAY AT V- Per 1b. Also Crawford's Chocolate at 2/- lb. Call at ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Ratepayers' Reckless Representatives FRENZIED FINANCE and MUNICIPAL MALADMINISTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920

Ratepayers' Reckless Representatives FRENZIED FINANCE and MUNICIPAL MALADMTUISTBA TION. — V 'As ye sow, so shall ye reap,' has been handed down from Christian antiquity as a saw full of wisdom and warning to the potential stray ing sheep, but when applied to the civic government of Perth it mav well be amended to read, 'As they have sown, so shall ye reap.' A pe. riod of reckless borrowing has brought the City Council on the fin ancial rocks, and .levied a burden on the already supertased citizens of Perth, which they cannot aria1, if they are wise, will not bear. The incidence of rating within this municipality is upon the annual im proved value, whilst that adopted in other local governing bodies through the Starte is on the unimproved va lue of the land. Two systems with in the State— one fpr landlord's city; .the other for the workmen's su burb. This means that if two people own a bloc*, of land each. whilst they remain unimproved; both are rated on the value of the land in its ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Sub-Rosa [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920

. _ ? w— - Sub- Rosa It is & well-known fact that some young mothers are very ignorant .as to the treatment of their babies. 'Progress,' a journal issued by the Great Northern Hospital, London, tells -the following- story. A young mother brought her baby to the hos pital 'suffering from convulsions. After treatment the mother was ad vised by -the doctor in the event of a similar atack to place the baby in a bath of warm water. Some weeks later the mother again brought her baby to the hospital suffering from severe burns. She explained to the doctor that tht child had had another fit of convul sions and she not having any hot water at hand had put the child into a bath of cod water and had then placed the bath on the 6tove and left it there until it had boiled. Boil the Kid. If baby is crying with pains in the tummy, Now, don't be afraid of that; Although you may think that the remedy's rummy, Just quietly boil the brat. And if the kid screams when the water geas hot, Just pi...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Belmont Bangs [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920

Belmont Bangs (By 'Solon.') Wrong again, girls; you picked the wrong girl again last 'week. You were also wrong re the Victoria Park girls. The question being discussed out here is: Is it respectable to paint? Well, ask Mr. Craig; he seems a de cent old codger. I have also known' some respectable powder monkeys. The beauty contest just concluded has caused a lot of anxiety and sleepless nights to some of the young bloods. Large am ounts of money changed hands over the event, and some of the contes tants were inclined to protest when the final was made known. The final result was: Bung McGdwan, 1; Ted dy Bear, 2; Canary Legs, 3. Moses Axtain ran off. Pod Webb took the wrong turning. Tighe fell at the last. The others 'also ran.' Who are the young lovers who do their courting by night in 'the school, ground? The South Belmoat-Burswpod school picnic takes place shortly. The Old Buffers' Race will be 'some go.' Three of the old boys are already in training for it, and eggs and sherry ar...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Our Editorial Chair A Pleasing Announcement Mr. Dunn to TaKe Control [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920

Our Editorial Chair A Pleasing' Announcement Mr. Dunn to TaKe Control It is with no snail degree of, pleasure that we are able to an nounce that in the very near fu ture the literary destinies of this journal will be under the control of Mr. E. T. Dunn. For this, oppor tunity of securing an editor of Mi. Dunn's calibre we have to extend our heartfelt thanks to the trustees of the estate of the late John Ncrr ton. It's an ill wind that blows nobody good, and when the afore said trustees in their plurfi chairs in far Sydney started to teach Dunn points, and issued their edict, 'the sack,'' because a sick man fail ed to touch his forelock and grovel to them 'by urgent wire' when they said, 'Come heah, boy,' the oppor tunity the Sunday Mirror had been waiting for duly arrived. During Mr. Dunn's regime the literary destinies of the Sunday Mir ror will be absolutely under his cn trol. We have the most unbounded confidence in his capacity- to do his part. During the past six years in W~A.,...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Turf & Trotting Tattle [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920

Turf & Trotting Tattle Racing at Belmont Park next week. , The W.A.T.C. held its November meeting on Saturday last in ideal weather. The attendance showed a substan tial falling off as compared with the corresponding meeting of 1919. Many dead-'uns were in evidence, and bookmakers had a good day. Rouleau gave the opposition a taste of his quality by the way in which he won the Hurdles. Nonplussed, although genuinely backed by his OWNERS, was never in the hunt, and the stewards called upon the jockey (O'Rourke) and others connected with the gelding to explain the poor form shown. The explanation was accepted. Miralga, who easily accounted for Venetian King and others at Tatt's meeting, was never dangerous in the Grove Handicap. Venetian King won this event in acanter. Many runners in this race were merely out for a 'feeler.' Jolly Cosy proved what a great filly she is by winning the Belgrave Plate without any trouble, with the 'steadier' of 9st. 91b. Samia, the Derby boom, ne...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
"CARN BREA." [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920

'OABN BREA.' — ^j — Overtaking the Swan, at Kirk ham Hill Terrace, Maylands, is 'Carn Brea.' Nurse Weaver's de tigktrully situated Maternity Hos pital. It commands a splendid view from its position of the coun try for miles around, and has a first charge upon the sunshine in Win ter and the cooling breezes of Sum mer. The accommodation has been, laid out on a generous scale to meet the requirements of clients, and is of a superior quality. We . are assured by our special reporter t!bst 'Cam Brea' is a delightful place for a rest on occasions, and that Nurse* Weaver knows how to make her clients at home. . Herbert Booth, the visiting evan gelist, reckons that we are hadly neglecting religion for our own plea- ? sure. He wants us to be more re ligious, and go to church more, fre quently, or, in other words, he wants us to become greater hypo crites than ever. His addresses con sist in the main of our deyel-loving desire to put the 'cart of pleasure' before the 'horse of religion*' and...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Midland Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920

Midland Notes All contributions thankfully re ceived. Les. Bass is in fighting trim, and is thirsting for gore. Look out all you poor mugs who think you can fight. Midlands v. Maylands in a recent stoush. Plenty of casualties, but no decisive battle. The fight is to be continued in our next issue. No doubt the referee was undecided who to give the fight to on points so at -the next meeting both parties will spar for a k.o. Extract fron the 'West Austra lian' of November 17:— 'At a meet 105 ,°«the Midland Junction Muni cipal Council a motion was carried, 'Tkat this council congratulate the Federal Government on the expul sion from Parliament of the Mem ber for Kalgoorlie, Mr. Mahon, fot his disloyal utterances.' 'Ooray! No doubt Billie Hughes will appre ciate Mr. 'Iscox's message, but it would pay them better to turn their attentions to their stinking drains and foul public urinals than meddle with Federal matters. Why not an open market in Mid hind once or twice a week? The municipa...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Ladies Section Who's Where [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920

1 ? ? . . .?:????. The Ladies Section Who's Where : ? The.'thte 'Daily News' : 'Madame .Bennett Wilkinson,' who has been ... . T«ry ill for some weeks, is making ' ? slew progress to convalescence, and will necessarily have to rest for some time to come.' Only natural. 'Have t© rest till the good time conies, same is everybody else. - ^Evening daily heading: 'Residen- tial Hotel Fre.' We know Pa Lovekin is a good meaning' kind of a chap, but for his advertisers' sake, Be really ought to speak to those comps. Parson Scott Clarke has left W .A. to spend his holiday in South Africa. - The^feligious gentleman evidently - lfkes things real hot. Even our city sheilas ain't warm enough for him. ' Sard to satisfy some folk. A ?chap was recently prosecuted at the local Court as an idle and dis orderly person, and according to the evidence of the two D's. on the case ^-fce had been keeping company with speilera and convicted thieves, had teen connected with suspicious af-~ fairs where the hor...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MONTAGUE MILLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920

MONTAGUE MILLER. He was a man in every sense, His actions all were straight and true; He fought for honour and the right. His name is fame to all he knew. No opportune did he accept, Though chances ever came his way; To change his life as ere he pleased, He laughed at Mammon's offered pay. For ninety years with us on earth, He stood -as only true men stand; His honour is surpassed by none, His name is known throughout the land I stand with head uncovered, for Such noble men are scarce and few; I write these lines in mem'ry of of The Whitest Man I ever 'knew. Jack Pettit. Of all sad words of tongue or pen, The saddest are these: When we can't 'say when!' There's only one thing that beats a good wife, and that's a bad hus band.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Pay or Pogrom [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920

Pay or Pogrom (By 'Puritan Paul.') The Turk is looked upon as a Jbar barian because of his methods/ of dealing with hip local Jews or money lending fraternity. When they be come a nuisance a free ticket to heaven or hell by express route is given them. The Russian is rnn. sidered to be a savage because of Jus methods of dealing with his .local Jews or money-dealers. When they become too clamorous and ha-rd to' L support, they also get a quick pas sage to Hades or somewhere per me dium of an organised pogrom. Possibly both the Turk and Rus sian are saner than so-called civilis ed nations, who beggar themselves ^ and their country by trying to pay the Shylocks. Also they starve their children in order that the money lords may get their dividends. This proves they are really civilised. What happens in all countries is this: — The money lending fraternity mainly because they unWrstand finance, or the manner in which money can be used, far better than the average person, acquire a mas te...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SHOCKING RAILWAY MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920

SHOCKING RAILWAY MAN AGEMENT. The arrangements for coping with the traffic always offering oh Satur days at the midday rush at the Cen tral Station,- Perth, are positively shocking. As late as yesterday at ] a'clock, with the large racecourse booking and the usual teaming traf .fic one of the main gates was shut. Why, Private Pope? Why? \

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SITUATION IN IRELAND. An Illuminating Letter from Dublin. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920

SITUATION IN IRELAND. An THiimwating Letter from Dublin. Writing under date of 6/10/20, a West Australian, one who fougbjt in the great war, wrote to his mother (who. has handed it to iis for publication) as follows: — 'For days past I have been trying to sit down and write, but it is all too . dreadful. Murder, murder, murder. Never on God's earth has there been such fiendishness. You would not be lieve it were I to speak it with my dying tongue, and I could not blame you. The land is filled with fiends incarnate, the convicted murderers from the English jails, armed to the teeth, cheered on and paid by the English. Innocent boys are drag ged from their beds, chased up and dowh the roadsNby scores of khaki murderers, who prod them with theii- bayonets; brought back to the homes which in the meantime have been saturated with petrol and fir ed*; and then these boys are shot into the burning houses! Will you believe that? ' Will. you believe that four lorry loads of English soldiers c...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920

DINE WHERE? WHY AT STRAND GAFE ' HAY-STREET. (Under Vice-Regal Patronage,) Appointments thoroughly upto date. Renovated throughout. Sole Agents for the Famous Bellinger River Oysters. Insist on your Newsagent deliver ing your 'Sunday Mirror' early every Sunday.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920

^ratSETO B»Y*SEIi PROPERTY I TLmJBLS* 'D & ESTATE If you are looking fer a House,, Poultry, Pig. Dairy, Fruit, or ? Mixed Farm, Call and See ns. Send us particulars if you want to Bell. We will sell it. See our list of Vineyards on 'the Swan. Sole Agents for WA'Wfld Flower Xmas Cards and Framing ? Panels, 6d *o 4s. each. See the Pretties. A ?all costs nothing. IAN A. KENGHORN AND GILBERT, ' * 36 BARRACK-STREET (First Floor). 7; And at 68 8th. Avanue, JKayJands. DO YQS WANT TO - BUY OR SELL BOUSES AND LAND? (P. D. CLUNE, . Second Floor, AJLP. Buildings. Wfll fix matter satisfactorily. TeL A5217. SCADDAN BROS* 160 BARBA0K4STREET. Are the people *o eaasult when Buying or Sailing Property. WE FIND THE HOUSE. ALSO THE MONEY. Oafl or Ring, A2S48. MAYLANDS. Bargain: 4-roomed w.b. House, plas tered, verandahs, washhouse, i aicre, elevated, 15 min. station, £309. £106 £100 deposit, 15/ weekly, ho interest. MAYLANDS. BRICK VILLA, S room* hall, every convenience, lawns, high posi tion,...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Sunday Mirror PERTH, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21th., 1920 LOYALTY [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920

Che Sunday mirror PERTH. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER sslth.. lyaO LOYALTY Speaking at a naff-flapping orgia in Sydney yesterday week, Sir Josepn Cook said : — ? _' ? ^ ? 'It is the privilege of an fogrigfcfjyam to grumble, bat at the bottom of our hearts there ia Ibbt one *-f us who does not feel that there is more liberty 'Within the Empire than anywhere «lse.' We invite our readers' attention to the use of the term 'English- man.' We crave their recollection of the easy fashion in which the words 'England,' ''English,' 'Englishman' roll off the tongues of self-styled 'Imperialists' like Cook,Hnghes, George (both the Lloyd and toe Black Goose varieties of the last). Mr. Hughes is fond of declaring that 'there are people in Australia who hate England.' Ting may be true; probably it is. There are also people who hate Ireland, and people who hate Wales. There are people who hate Victoria and people who hate Western Australia. England-hating is a stupidity ; just as Victorialiating and Western Au...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 21 November 1920

tk^li CO-OPERATION IN TAILORINQ. iiilllli MeanS y°U are dealing off YOURSELF. YOU shar* . fililflli'Hw in t^ie Pro^^s UfflmB Your Suit is made by illi CRAFTSMEN. * * I'M H UNDER IDEAL CONDITIONS SIS H CALL AND SEE i I THE TAILORS COOPERATIVE W ^^W 1 97 (Upstairs) Murray St., Perth.

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