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INTERSTATE CRICKET. Victoria v. S.A. Melbourne. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920
INTERSTATE CRICKET. Victoria v. SJL Melbourne. Saturdav. The interstate cricket match be tween Victoria and South Australia opened yesterday under good wea ther conditions. At the lunch ad journment the scores were: — Victoria (first innings) — Myne, st Winser, b A. Richardson, 16; Park, Jbw, b A. Richardson, 18; Ryder, c nd b C. Pellew, 36; Lampard, run out, 47; Ransford, b Wright, 1; Baring, b Richardson, 3; Armstrong, not out, 157; Willis c Winser, b Fisher, 14; Liddicut, st Winser b Wright, 0; Ellis, b A. Richardson, 2; M'Donald, c Winser b Wright, 0; sundries 3; total, 310. Bowling: — Fisher, one for 69; A. Richardson, four for 66; Wright, three for 89; Bridgman, nil for 20; Rundell, nil for 33; C. Pel lew, -one for 30. South Australia (first innings) : Pellew, c and b Ryder, 26: Rundell, c Ellis, b Ryder, 7; A. Richardson, c Ryder, b Armptrone:, 14: V. Richard son, st., b Willis, 66; Steele, not out, 7; sundries, 6; four wickets for 126.
Ringnecks and Ring Parrots MAKE HUBBUB AT RINGWOOD. ABOUT HUGH MAHON'S OPINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920
Rmgaecks and Ring Parrots MAKE HUBBUB AT RINGWOOD. — o — ABOUT HUGH MAHON'S OPINIONS. — a — Ringwood, near Melbourne, ap^ pears to be the home of a group of swaddies of the same or similar kid ney to those who tarred and feather ed an old man named McDougall at Ararat in the same State, because of something he had written — or part ly written — 18 years before. These Ringwood, or ringneck, or ring parrot swashbucklers believe in the brutal subjugation of the Irish race, with fire and sword, with poison gas, with petroleum flamant, with bombs from aeroplanes, and with all ?the savagery inherent in murderers, footpads, and burglars released from English prisons to do the special work as Black and Tans. These ' Ringwooders believe in assuming dictatorial control, - and are after the scalp of Hugh Mahon— as if there were not enough after THAT already. They are uttering dire threats, these ring-parrots, having taken the cue from their joss, Billy use. To maltreat one old man for his opin...
Queensland Best LABOUR RULE VINDICTED BY ROYAL COMMISSION. Jaundiced Journalists-and Political Potwallopers-Blown Sky High- By Basic Wage finding. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920
Queensland Best LABOUR RULE VTNDICTED BY ROYAL COMMISSION. Jaundiced Journalists— and Political Potwallopers— Blown Sky High— By Basic Wage Finding. ? Ever since Labour won to power in Queensland, every kept rag, every rat politician, and not a few phar isaic pulpits have been working over time pouring all manner of vitupera tive filth upon the heads of the chosen leaders of the Northern State. No 'argument' has been more persistently pressed than the alleged rise in living costs in Queensland. Every time damper went up a ha' penny a pound,. tne stagger.rvg tac was telegraphed to every organ of boodle propaganda in Australia, and was invariably served up with anti Labour relish and sectarian sauce. Unfortunately, these scurvy inspir ed lies have been punctured once and for all by no less an authority than a Royal Commission appointed, by Dictator Hughes himself-r-the Basic Wage Commission. This Commission visited every ^capital city in Australia, and took exhaustive evidence upon li...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920
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TO OUR BEADEBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920
TO OUB BEADEBS. Commencing with our next issue this paper will be increased to EIGHT PAGES, and the price of same win be THREEPENCE. New features such as pictures and special cartoons trill' find prominence, and the very latest exclusive news items will be plac ed before oar readers. ' Owing to the demands made upon our finances by the general profiteers and the all-round increased cost of production, eight pages at 2d. would be a sheer impossibilty. Moreover, we dent think any paper edited by Mr. Dunn should be sold for less than threepence in face of some other produc tions at more than that price.
Gallops at Belmont Bowler'Takes a Treble. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920
Gallops at Belmont Bowler* Takes a Treble. Hurdle Bace.— Two miles 64 yds. J. Brady's I^mffliftg, by Marl borough— rFeverist. 9.12 (Camo bell) ./ .... .. ? :. 1 Laroon, 12.9 (Bennett; ? 2 Nonplussed. 1012 (O'Ronrke) .. 2 Other 'starters:. B^binski, 10.7 'Chandler); Yarandale, 9.6 -Mc- Cann); Gauze Lad,- 9.0 (CubittK Dividend Hot 10/-)': S.O., £2/4/; place, 14/, 14/, 14/. Betting: 6 to 4 agst Laroon, 4 to 1 Raxnulies, 9 to 2 Nonplussed or Bobinski, 8 to 1 Yar andale, 20 to 1 Gauze Lad. Won by three lengths, with the same dis tance between second and third. Time, 3 min. 53 3-5 sec. Second Class Plate (First Division). — Six and a quarter furlongs. H. Edwards' Malt Dost, by Malt Kine — Marcotina, 8.1 (Bowden ? 1 Spanish Prince., 8.3 (Biglands) .. 2 denunciation. 7.12 (Watts' ..... 3 Other starters: Loch. Alma, 8.9 (Nome) ; Yalgar, 85 (Chandler) ; Wabba, 7.13 (Foster); P. Halberd, 7.10-fPercival) ; Miss Solo, 7.8 (Tul ly); Cool^ourt, 7.7 (Sibbritt) ; P. Ribbon, 7.5 (Cole); M. Heath. 7.5...
The Oilocrats. VACUUM CLEBXS BOOK IT iNTO ROCKEFELLEB. The Vulture Trust Dispute. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920
The Oilocrats. VACUUM CLERKS BOOK IT INTO ROCKEFELLER. The Vulture Trust Dispute. The West Australian portion of ' the Vacuum Oil Combine is at the moment being brought to the bar of reason and decency by rts clerks , in Fremantle. ~ This soulless combination' of bloodsuckers — without body, bowels, or heart, have one god, 'Dollars,' and his profit is J. D. Rockefeller. Grandmother 'West,' in referring to the Vampire Company in a leader (23/10/19) informed us that in 1917 the capital employed in Australia, £2,870,588, of which only £1,600,000 had been subscribed by the share holders, and £1,270588 filched from tiie consumers in six years, ex clusive of the disclosed profits which had been made' from the public. The Clerical Association, to which the Vacuum pen-pushers belonged, have an agreement with the employ ers for a minimum wage and condi tions, which the oilocrats, being out side the Bosses' Union, didn't ob serve, and which the Clerks thought* they should. Argument ensued, an...
Eastern Racing ROMANI WINS HANDICAP. Melbourne. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920
Eastern Racing ROMANI WINS HANDICAP. Melbourne, Saturday. The Sandown Park Race Club held a meeting to-day in. close wea ther. Following, are the results: — Hurdle Race.— Two miles: Rare. Scot (Robertson) 1, Dunupua (Con nolly) 2, Amyntas (Reid) 3. Other' starters: Coronatus, Glbworth, Booli gal, Belle Hollydean, Bright Maid, Atchicai Amaru, Acetic Silver. Bet ting: 7 to 4 agst Coronatus, 7 to 2 Booligal Belle, 9 to 2 Amyntas, 5 to 1 Rare Scot, 12 to 1 Dunupua. Won by a length and a half.' Time, 3 min. 47 sec. Two- Year-Old Handicap.— Five furlongs: Rosalie (Duncan) 1, Vivre (Wise) 2, Wana (O'Sullivan) 3. Other starters: Rustic Lass, Mind some, Morasan. Betting: 6 to 4 on Rosalie, 5 to 2 agst Rustic Lass, 8 to 1 Wana, 20 to 1 Vivre. Won by three quarteYs of a length. Time, 1 min. 4 sec. Sandown Plate.— Six furlongs: Fla viol (Franklin) 1, Girralong (Kil lom) 2, Sablonette (Eaton) 3. Other starters: White E, Lillon, Blankney, Firedance, Bobadil Betting: 6 to 4 'agst .Girralong, 7 to ...
Kaiser Kameron. CULT OF COMMONWEALTH STORES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920
Kaiser Kameron. CULT OF COMMONWEALTH STORES. Mp^t of the 'heads' of tbe Com monwealth Public Service manage to pteservje a fairly decent reputa-, tion kmongst their colleagues. But one of these gentry is universally ha ted from end to end of the service. That one is Kamerad Kameron, of the Stores Branch. UiStil la|ely his rule was limited. His |unc£&tt was to receive orders for S&ppiiejS from various branches of the fexvice,-and do his best to fulfil thenvButrsince then a junta of busy bodys, khbwn as the 'economy com missgu£' have been at work. K. Kanjerotf 'lias felt his feet, and has started^© Ion! it 'over all other Com monweatth Departments. H$ fi*st-act was to 'standard- ise' fill Supplies. He 'standardis- ed' towels^-and they wouldn's pas» muster_e*ren as tea towels with any deceftt^housewlfe. And his soap! Modgsty, forbids us to declare what that^jsmells like, but after using it oncej; arnan smells of lysol all day. In f|ict» ^ft's a case of 'dear sir, twenty...
Biliee's Bludgeon THE CAUTIONS AXK. A Furthor Extension. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920
Biliee's Bludgeon THE CAUTIONS AXE. A Further Extension. Having cheated and choused the people of Australia for a full two years after the war with his War 'Cautions atrocity, Welsh Billy, the Kaiser of the fool Commonwealth, has decided to repeat the dose. Pre tendine to abolish the libertystrang ling horror, he does 'no sich a think,' but on the contrary, under the cloak of abolition, seeks to im pose something worse than the ori ginal. Under the new Billee Blud geon, it will be an 'offence,' if his tools in the Crown Law and the Judiciary say so, to criticise bis beauteous misgovernment. Archi bald Sanderson, A. H. Malloch, and others of that side who' feel tempted to have a tonguetwist at Billee had better beware — as had the barrack ers at a football or cricket match when they endeayour 'to promote a feeling of ill-will between different classes of his Majesty's subjects.' The freedom of opinion and thought of the Briddish-Yiddish Hempire of to-day is splendidly illustrated thr...
Fremantle fragments [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920
frenuntle fragments Annual meeting of the Workers' Club to-day. . . . The club has progressed both socially and finan cially under the capable hands of Bri Roche. An energetic member of the Ciub who deserves a wealth of praise is Jim Hudson, the Honorary Libra rian. Jim, who is know.1 to his friends as 'Micawber,' puts in a big amount of time in* classifying and keeping the excellent library up to its splendid form. — o — Militancy among the clerks is be coming a regular thing— first Wood and Sons, then Dalgety's, and now the * Vacuum Oil pen - brigade have ceased work to force the employers to sign the 'agreement.' The Oil Trust clericals are' fight ing more on the principle of getting all firms into line than for personal advantage. A. secret ballot -taken on Thurs day on the matter of returning to work, resulted in a unanimous vote to 'fight on.' Very little interest in the Council Elections— practically no organisa tion resulted in less than a 50 per cent, poll and things being ...
TO THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920
TO THE MOON. Billy Hughes pockets £25,000 for his work in roundng up men 'to fight for the liberty of little na tions' — I don't think. Battered Soldier's Soliloquy. 0 Queen of night t I wonder if You know I'm stony-broke and stiff; You look so soft and so serene. So simply innocent and green ; What are your views high up in air As on this globe of ours you stage, So polished, bright, and wond'rous mute — So intensely grand and cute? Don't know that Billy Hughes has caught Some profits from the . men who fought; In counting-house and market stalls. To save us being German thralls; The digger and the sailor bold Have ^uied his pockets with their gold; That kookaburras laugh and sing The comic op'ra of the thing. O, Luna fair, you silent rogue, My leg is minus of a brogue, 'Tis jarrah-made, my maiden one 1 left in France within. the zone; Where men fought hard and brave ly died To cancel all the despot pride, Of Kings and Things who sought to steal The script of . men — the world'* we...
Sub-Rosa [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920
Sub- Rosa The open kerbstone market in Perth is proving a great success. The Gadfly understands that a well known civil . servant can be seen each morning loaded with all kinds of products. Also that several well known society dames now risk the early morning air and take advant age of the cheap markets. I rose from my couch when the morning was chilly. Yes. e'en at the rise' of the sun My other half said that I surely was dilly. But I wanted to see the fun. With great expectation I strolled to the market, And saw Mr. Haw, Haw, de Preens A-chaffing and chipping the Os borne Park growers, And buying a sackful of beans. And Mrs. Fitzpoodle was there in a wrapper. No thought did she give to her duds; Her m-ind was. intent on some lovely big schhapoer. Her hold-all was crammed full or . spuds. -A bundle of turnips she -had in her pocket, Her dainty feet held down a duck, While over her shoulder there hung a big cabbage, She'd bought it to take home for luck. . Now Mrs. Tail Silver had b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920
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