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Basic Wage Finding REMARKABLE BOLSHEVIK PROPAGANDA. Royal Commission's Finding-Places Basic Wage at £6 16&-Thereby Condemning Private Enter- prise-As Biggest Fail- tire in History. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

Basic Wage Finding REMARKABLE BOLSHEVIK PROPAGANDA. Royal Commission's Finding— Places Basic Wage at £6 16s.— Thereby Condemning Private Enter prise—As Biggest Fail ure in History. That the great bulk ol the Aus tralian people are living to-day be low the standards of civilised com fort and decency; That our much vaunted economic system of private enterprise is a miserable and self-confessed failure. Such are the inevitable deductions to be drawn from the findings of the Basic Wage Commission. After sitting for many moons, gat hering and weighing evidence, the seven sages who compose the Com mission have found that, in order to live. decently as white men, it is essential that a normal family of five should be in receipt of £5 16s. per week. This sum, therefore, is the basic wage. Needless to say, the average^ Aus tralian familv does not earn £5 16s. a week, or rather, doesn't get it. In fact, the great majority of families get less than SAi or 51 16s per wee* - short of their needs...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
HOE-STREET WIT. A 'poto" and his Pots. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

HOE-STREET WIT. A 'Pote' and his Pets. Samples of the alleged wit in 'Peeps at People Through a Peep hole' in our reptile contemporary in Stirling — we mean Hoe — street: — Llovd Georee is left-handed. Billy Hughes chews pfeanuts. Frank Tudor wears boots. Son Jacobson has black hair. Morry Crawcour eats meat. Colebatch has a family. Tommy Walker is a teetotaller. Charlie Chaplin wears socks. Jerry Ryan is an Irishman. Jim Smith's coat has buttons on it Commissioner Pope is a Colonel. 'Dryblower' writes rhymes. Jack White ISys the odds. The office hen lays eggs. The Governor's dog barks. His Ex's cat has a tail. Harry Mann spends money. Harry Brown would if he had it. And so on, and on, and on, keep 'em before the big gaping 'Pub- lick' somehow.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A Slut AND A LITTLE LIAR." Who Looked Like a Gin. A Sidelight in. Divorce. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

A Slut 41 'AND A LITTLE LIAR.' Who Looked Like a Gin. A Sidelight in Divorce. A slut! A Filthy Little Slut! A Slovenly,. Lying Little Slut! , And in even more nauseous terms was a product of one of our grand Christian corrective institutions scoken of in the Divorce Court dur ing the week, when the Chief Justice heard the petition of Christina Pride McKenzie for a dissolution of her marriage with Hugh McKenzie. McKenzie was said to have had car nal knowledge of 'the slut,' whose age is 15i years. Certainly 'the slut' seemed a liar — or was it that she should have been bullied into making conflicting statements? However, the state ments which she had made in con nection with the allegations against McKenzie did not agree; therefore in tiie eyes of Justice, who is blind, she is a liar. ?The evidence in the case was sor did if untrue, and if true^ — the Chief Justice has decided that it was not — it is abominable. But the case is over now, the petition has been dis missed, and the girl...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ITS LIKE THIS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

ITS LIKE THIS— Most people pay too much for what they buy cheap. This is par ticularly true of spectacles and eye glasses. It is a great mistake to wear spectatcles that have not been prescribed by a qualified optician. Mr. B., the optician, of the Royal Arcade, Perth, has the highest quali fications in the State, and is in- a position to give his clients the bene fit of his long and highly -specialised experience.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
GuiLdford Growls. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

Guildford Growls. (By 'Rip Van Winkle.') Such is the irony of fate. Several shops at the Loco, at Midland Junc tion are so busy that they are com pelled to work overtime four nights per *?eek. In one shop the tradesmen were almost threatened with dismissal, or words to that effect, as King Pope would call tenders for their work if they persisted to refuse to work overtime. 'Last Wednesday was the Munici pal Elections; and the Chief Mech anical Engineer, Mr. E. A. Evans, was a candidate for the Mayoral robes of our sleepy hollow, and na turally a notice was posted up throughout the works stating that all overtime would be suspended on Wednesday evening so as (I pre sume) to give the head a chance of securing a few votes. On making inquiries I have ascer tained that the committee in charge of the ceremony of laying the foun dation-stone and unveiling same for the fallen soldiers forgot that there was a sports and regatta committee in Guildford, who have given their services for the pa...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A New Departure. IN HOTEL REHABILITATION. THE TRICKEYS AT THE RITZ. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

A New Departure. IN HOTEL REHABILITATION. THE TRICKE7S AT THE RITZ. The new host and hostess of the e'rstwhle 'Tiptoe,' or His Majesty's, have renamed that 54-roomed cara vanserai 'The Ritz,' and seem de termined to restore it -to the proud position it occupied in the days of the late Mick Daly. In the pnme of life, both of them, with a young I family springing up around them, Mr. and Mrs. Trickey have entered upon their task of rehabilitation with an energy which will be ill re paid at anything short of complete victory. Indeed, when the Mirror staff called on Tuesday to inspect the new campaign operations, they found the estimable landlord and landlady, new from Weymouth (Eng.), up to their necks in the pre liminary arrangements. After a short conversation with the pair of enthusiasts, one member of the staff of this society journal remarked that apparently the happy couple relish ed the fight more than they would the victory — a sentiment which the I host and hostess heartily app...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
"Suspected Persons" AMD A FOOTBALL MASSACRB. More Murden by Swaddies. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

'Suspected Persons' AND A FOOTBALL MASSACRE. More Murders by Swaddles. ? w ? Either the British Empire is shak ing on its foundations or its alleged statesmen are imbeciles and chronic drunkards. Everywhere they are tightening up their machinery of ty ranny, not a rusty bolt being left unscrewed. At all parts of their empiricised compass military swash bucklers do their diabolical bidding. Woe, woe, unto the varlet who seeks to ask questions as to why militarism has«passed out in Germany only to be implanted with greater emphasis in Britain and its dominions. Mr. Asquitn continues to denounce the British oligarchy to its teeth in Eng land: while in Australia, under Welsh damnation, we must speak with hated breath. Ireland is a shambles because its patriotic people want to -govern themselves. Greece is threatened with an Irish experi ence because the Hellenic, people cast out Venizelos, a tool- of the Allies, at their general election; One has «nly to glance at the mob sup porting Ve...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Himperial Propaganda "EDWARD P.'s" OPEN LETTER. TO POOR LITTLE SCHOOL-KIDDIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

Himperial Propaganda 'EDWARD P.'s' OPEN LETTER. TO POOR LITTLE SCHOOL-SZDDIES. The Renown didn't burn £350,000 worth of ofl fuel just to see what the wavelets at Bunbury were like,. or that its royal passenger might get spilled out of Corporal Pope's ornate car. The dispersal of these theo ries is once again accomplished by the fact that our poor, over-worked postmen have, during the recent distressing dog-days, been delivering bundles of an open letter addressed to every school child by Edward of the whisky flask and the great Australian adjective. The composition and spelling we don't believe are Edward's. For instance, Edward P. should be too well educated in English to avoid spelling 'holiday' with a double **L' He should also sidestep such a phrase as 'Australia and all the OTHER British nations'— for aren't we told ad nansaam that the great Briddish Hempire is ONE nation only, and that Ireland should be sunk beneath the sea for desiring to assert its separate nation hood? Also...

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 — 28 November 1920

The Ladies Section WHo's Where Recently . returned from their honeymoon at' the Caves, Mr- and Mrs. B. Tyrie, who have saow settled down to married life at their home in Wright-street. Rosy Toll, daughter of George Toll, of The Kennels, Gottesloe, has been taken tinder the wing of H. D. Mclntosb, and is now in Melbourne as a regular member of his company at the Tivoli; Rose appears in the ballet in the big new production, Cbu Chin Chow, to open at Mel bourne Tivoli about December 11. ;lw-«ome years Miss Toll has dab bled in stage work as a sideline to ? the .showroom and mantle depart ment at Foy and Gibson's, where she was a valued employee. In 'Dorothy' and 'Ma Mie Rosette.' her solo dancing was the subject of much favourable comment. Question: Are we to believe all the 6tories of Bolshevik atrocities in Russia? Reply: Certainly not! These have been greatly exaggerat ed for the purpose of inflaming public opinion against the Soviet Government in Russia. General Sir Hubert Gough de...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Belmont Bangs [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

Belmont Bangs (By 'Solon.') Wholi be the next; Howie, you are number one. When are the public going to get a 'go.' Now then, you three, use a little bit of common; you- are on the balance scales. Do not be found wanting. On no account ever give a boy a Christmas box; if the boss should get it. Welcome to Jim Scobie, Bob Lewis, and Joe Hayward. Handsome Vic was just 'it' at the river excursion. Two Burswood tabbies have fall en out. They both loved the butcher boy; he loved neither. That sweet singer, Mick Benson, has broken Out again (in song), off thai 'Swanny' River. Look out for latest in dresses at the Perth Cup meeting. A Bel mont lady is going to have the most costly dress that will be worn there. Tommy Williams, of Belmont Avenue, is extremely popular with the girls. But why don't he marry; come on, Tom.OH, you 'green-hide' monster; we intend to clip your wings; we have not started yet. The Babes are still wondering. Order your Mirror early and save disappointment. Belmont ho...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Sammy's Smash. THE "LEFT LAMENTING" LIST. MORE VICTIMS OF MOORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

Sammy's Smash. ? v ? THE 'LEFT LAMENTING' LIST. MORE VICTIMS OF MOORE. Sammy Moore, the 76-year-old buck, whose pranks as licensee of His Majesty's Hotel- have attracted much attention, had one big bomb lit with a time fuse which duly ex ploded this week amongst his busi ness creditors. Sammy 'filed his shovel' — and on Friday offered 1/6 in the £ to a list of victims enumer ated in -schedule 'A,' and labelled 'sundry creditors unsecured,' as under:— Schedule 'A.' Sundry Creditors Unsecured. *. s- d- Union Brewery, Ltd, Perth ? 223 10 0 Coyle, Phil, Perth .. .. 101 18 0 Red Castle Brewery, Perth 76 4 7 R. Seppelts and Son; Fre mantle ? 69 15 8 Allen, W., Perth ? 30 18 0 Richard Holmes and Co., -Perth .* ? 56 6 0 J. M. Seward and Co., Perth ? .. 81 7 4 A. W. Dobbie and Co., Perth ? ? 90 17 8 L. Samson and Son, Fre mantle .. .. : ? 38 1 7 Shamrock Aerated W. Co., Perfh ? 26 0 0 Distillers Co., Ltd. .. .. 23 6 0 Hamer and Co.. Perth .. 22 7 10 Munvard and Kenworthy, '' Perth ? 21 9 1 J...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
STABLE LADS. (To the Editor of the Mirror"). [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

STABLE LADS. (To the Editor of the Mirror). _ Sir,— Your contributor of Belmont Bangs' ('Solon'), whoever he is. hit up one of the local racing kings (no name) last week. I don't mind that. But what the blazes does he mean with his general observa tions t-n the 5s. weekly wage to apprentices. Let me tell him that the average trajner, in addition to the dollar, has to feed, clothe, boot and bed the apprentice, and in ad dition teach him the game. In most cases the lad is treated like one of the family. If 'Solon' wants to 'boot' anyone over the treatment of the kids, let him name the man and get his evi dence. I don't like this beating around the bush, dr. I'm an owner and have ah apprentice, and I treat him right, I think. By all means the W.A.T.C. should have a man out to inspect and look after these boys. It will protect a man like me anyhow.— Yours; truly, OWNER-TRAINER.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Turf & Trotting Tattle THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

Turf & Trotting Tattle — \j — THE TURF. (By ''Cricklewood, Jun.') W.A..T.C December meeting next Saturday. Weights will be declared tomor row ^ Hurdle racing for the season ended A new ring will have to be formed. Oh, WHAT a beautiful exhibition of jumping at Helena Vale? Some Class cantered in with the First Class Plate. Bardeur, favourite, was never righted. v Delprat should be thereabouts shortly. Malt Dust is 'classx.' Wili win in better company. Pretty Bobby, won the Suburban 'Scheraesters' Handicap in fine style, but there was more than one - NON-TRIER., Andronicus ran a peculiar race, but I can vouch that he was legiti mately backed by his owners. Mountain Heath was too good for the Third Class Platers. Scotch. Star showed some pace. Radlla again bumped a 'pnpg' ; Malt Dust and -Rouge Boy'~i£ear- ed away to the front in the' Welter, and never gave anything else a look. The former won by a narrow mar gin. . ' * Registration was badly placed during the progress of the r...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TROTTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

TROTTING. (By 'Cricklewood. Jun.') The crowd at last Saturday night's Trotting showed a vast increase for the usual Saturday meeting. Disappear came a nasty cropper, and was in a bad way after .being taken back to the paddock. Her rider, Willis, was, by good fortune, unhurt. ? * Kola King won the opening fairly ?''? comfortably, but was disqualified for interference. J. E. Appleton was fined a 'fiver' for failing to scratch Duntroon at the appointed time. The stewards hadnio alternative but to scratch the * gelding for him. Ventilate should win shortly. 'Deah' Boy 'roT. VERY VERY shifty in the market. D'Eaglesfield showed some of his old dash, but faulted when he was just about to hit the front. How ever, his stable mate, Annie Laurie, had no difficulty in winning at the finish. - It should prove a paying proposi tion to follow D'Eaglesfield. 'Barney' O'Meehan received a great ovation after 'Winning the Como Handicap with Greywood. _. — -o — » ? '' Percy ran a good race early, but p...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

For GOOD Laundry Work tor The 'Swan' Laundry, 26 Ascot Si, Victoria Paris. 'Phone AAM8, or send a postcard and a van will coD. Take seme Biekshaw Tea borne. You will be delighted with, it.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

.\ Hotel Ritz /. (NEXT DOOR TO HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE). , Well Known Name in London, Paris, and New York. NOW OPEN TO RECEIVE GUESTS. Well-appointed Single Furnished Rooms, with Attendance, Us. per Week. ' '' , Board and Residence from £2 10s. per Week. Lounge Bar and Gentlemen's Smoking Room now ?pom -n the First Floor. 8. 1. TRICKSY, License*, v (Late of England and America), And an Mnarmimmn. MCCARTHY'S Railway Hotel, Barrack St., Perth MRS. S. E. MeCAfiTHY, Proprietress. THE PLAYGROUND OF THE WEST IS POINT WALTER. THE HUB OF POINT WALTER IS, ' KELLY'S TEA GARDENS. Jf~ ~Z Refreshments. Music. Dancing. FISH All Kinds FISH THE SHOP WHICH HAS CAUSED PRICES TO DROP. UNI/ERSAL FISH SUPPLY 146 BARRACK STREET. * ALL SORTS.. ALL SIZES. PLENTY /FOR ALL. Prices:— CUTLETS. 1/3 lb., WHOLE FISH, lid.' Ib. Restaurants, Hotels, etc., 10id. lb. for both small and large. The Only Wholesale Merchant for Real Bellinger River Deep Shell OYSTERS. . Sydney Rock and Moreton Bay Oysters Stocked. Note Add...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

Where to Buy Musical Instruments ANNOUNCEMENT Have pleasure in informing their numerous customers that they have -now opened up a shipment of the latest English -? PIANOS These instruments are scientifically perfect, and cany all the latest modern improvements for this climate. ._ INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED. PASSMOURS, LTD. , 84a BEAUFORT STREET, PERTH. Opp. Museum). AND LONDON. TeL A4818. I YOU NEVER WILL BE [ SATISFIED UNTIL YOU TRY s Swan Bum B^BBBBHSHWH^^HHBHB^slssssaBl^THHss^B^i^f^^SSSEHlSSHB^aBEWj^ffS!;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

CARTER & CO. Peoples Bpapers Have now opened up all the Wonderful Goods purchased by their Expert Buyer Mr R. B. CARTER All these Beautiful Goods they have bought during the Semi Slump in Europe of which Mr. R. B. Carter took [full s advantage THE PURCHASES ARE HEAVY , THE QUALITIES ARE GREAT. THE PRICES ARE THE LOWEST IN THE STATE. THE VALUES ARE UNOOMPSTABLE. The A.B.C. of Thrift and an uppercut to the High Cost of Living. ? Always buy «t ? CARTER'S 40-60 56 Market Street* Fremantle, also GenMdton, Nortttawt and London. Tx»£i-le JMtauplx : the world defied FOfe, value. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

Robbins Bros. ADELAIDE CAFE. Ul BARRACK-STREET, PERTH. Small Goods of Every Description. High Class Catering a Speciality. Tel. A3837. . WHEN IN PERTH CALL OVER TO Tower Hotel CHARLES ST.. WEST PERTH. And your old. friend Ernie hands out a welcome to you all. First-Class Residential Home. Cleanliness and Attention. B. McGrade, Proprietor.

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The Sunday Mirror PERTH, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 28th., 1920 THE DICTATORSHIP ACT BILLSEY BEAUTEOUS BLUDGEON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

Che $nnday mirror PERTH. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER ss8t.il.. 1W20 THE DICTATORSHIP ACT BTLLEI'S BEAUTEOUS BLUDOEON. To repeal) according to standard English dictionaries, means to re voke, to retract,- aboltsn, put to an end. According to William Mor ns Hughes, Prime Minister of Australia, endowed with a maw as of a God, and thsreiore «bove such puny limitations as tue dictionary of the Engiisn language cnooses to piace upon tne meaning ol words, it may be made to signify anything that snould happen to suit his conveni ence. . ' - ? We know perfectly well that Mr.* Hughes holds— shall we say, un orthodox—notions concerning the meaning of tne term 'resign.' A resgnanon, in tas concept of things, is merely a walk-out, waik-back evolution, wnerein a patient Governor-General M.C.'s tne solemn farca of accepting toe 'resignations' of certain gentlemen, wnom he imme diately re-appoints en bioc, the net result 01 tne process being to leave tilings exacuy as they werje — except, of course, that a po...

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