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OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

OURSELVES. We have pleasure in announcing to our readers that our next issue wzQ be under the capable guidance of Mr. E. J. Dunn, our new Editor. In Australian journalism the name of Mr. Dunn needs no boost. In this State thousands who never had the pleasure of meeting nun in the flesh are among his most ardent admirers. In this connection, a topi cal letter comes from Harvey. Mr. O. C. Bath, writing under date No vember 8th, says: 'Although quite a stranger to you, I have learned to look upon you as a friend through reading Truth.' .1 was therefore greatly disappointed to hear of your severance from that paper. I felt the paper couldn't possibly be the same with such a fearless and just man dropped* out. Whatever your movements may be, I wish you 'luck, and hope this letter may be some encouragement to you.' In like manner the thousands who have met Mr. Dunn personally, have read his work, and listened 'to the humour and the breezy logic of his speeches, are among his fastest frien...

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

FREMANTLE CRICKET. Fremantle v. Workers' Club. — Workers, 1st innings, 61 ; 2nd, nil for 19.- Fremantle, 1st innings, 76. St. Patrick's v. Wanderers.— St. Patrick's, 1st -innings, 80; 2nd, four for 84. Wanderers, 1st innings, 52.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ASoldier's Remarks ABOUT A DEAD COMRADE. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

ASoldier's Remarks ABOUT A DEAD COMRADE. (To the Editor). Sir, — I would like you to publish in your paper a few facts* concern ing .the death of one of our com rades-^Sheldon— late of the 28th Battalion. He was working on a clearine gans at Pickerine ? Brook. He took very ill. This information was notified by telephone, and a cart was sent for him. On arrival here he was laid on a lounge on the verandah, where he was seen by Dr. Kenny, and was put to bed. That was Friday afternoon. All Friday night the man kept us awake by groaning. The matron was told on Saturday morning, and she said she had telephoned the Repatriation in Perth to send up a car, as she had no 'treatment for him. She stated this place was a Home, not a Hospi tal Saturday arid Sunday went by, and no car turned up, so our com rade lay without a dose of medicine until about 3.30' on Monday after noon, when a small car with two lady passengers arrived, and our comrade -was laid on the bade seat with his legs from the ...

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

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENCE. Constant Reader: Printed screed re Mary Riddell rejected, 'because unaccompanied by name and ad dress. The G.P.O. is not a clinkum address. 'Jasmine' : We believe a youth named T. Darrow is at present editor of the print you mention. At school he attempted several languages, and failed worst in English. G.W.S. (Westonia) : The lines ap pear in Cowper's wdrk, 'Winter.' B.B. (BeJinOnt) : You should have heard Charlie when he had to give the postman the sixpence he was nursing for a parting pot in order to become the proud possessor of your latest communique. Thanks, all the same.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PERTH CUP SWEEP. In Aid of Labour Daily. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

PERTH CUP SWEEP. In Aid of Labour Daily. The Labour movement of W-A. is promoting a large Sweep on the Perth Cup, Jthe object being to augment the funds of the 'Worker,' with a view to establishing a Labour Daily in our midst. The tickets are 5s. each, and are obtainable from all Labour officials, tobacconists, etc., and at the office of the 'Worker,' Stiriihg-street. The Prizes are tempting: 1st., £3,000; 2nd, £800; 3rd., £500. Other starters divide £600, and nonstart ers £600. Besides these there aie 320 other cash prizes ranging from £50 to £5. Agents for the sale of tickets are treated liberally, and are required in all centres.^

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

Racing Comments COMMENTS ON BELMONT. (By 'Cricklewood, Jun.') The Belmont Park Rang Club held a meeting yestedlay in warm weather. There was a very fair at tendance, including a lrge number of the fair sex. In the Hurdle Race of two miles and sixty-four yards, six horses faced the barrier. Thfr scratch ings were Rouleau, Loch Sure, and Captain Alcock. Six to four the field was procurable at any time during betting operations,' Laroon be ing quoted at this price, while.. Non plussed opened at threes and drifted to nine to two. Bobinski was back ed from fives to nine to two and Ra millies- was at fours. Yarrandale's early price was sixes, but was sent out at eights. Laroon made the pace from Ramillies, Bobinski, and Non plussed, but Bobinski came a crop per at the second jump. About five furlongs from home Ramillies got on terms with Laroon, and from then the former had the race well in hand arid won nicely by three lengths, with Nonplussed three lengths away third. Yarrandale was fou...

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

UNAVOIDABLY HELD OVER. Owing to pressure on our space our comments on the choosing of the 8-oar rowing team for the In terstate match is unavoidalby held over. Our eight-page paper next week will make these disappoint ments unnecessary.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Mimes, Mumers and Melodi-Makers [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

Nines, Mmmers obi Metoti-Mikers Harold Partington gets beautiful melody out of his cornet. Holly and Molly put Up a splendid performance ' at . the Shaf tesbury. Don't miss these clever children.* /Spike and Ike keep the house roar ing -with laughter. Fine harmony and music from Ernest Parkes and Olive Seddon. Helen Le Cain gets the glad hand with ier songs. - Fine, dancing is featured -by the Maloney Sisters. . Coolness, comfort, and a rattling good show at the Shaftesbury this week. ' ? . Crawford gives Perthites some thing really good in zylophone music. The audience- never seem to be tired of hearing him. ^ It makes one wonder where Hum phrey Bishop stores all the sound he gets out. Talk about spinning money out. Bishop makes a note ge farther -than anyone else I know. a Cleo and Avondale «ve an illustra tion of how to get tne limit out of a piano and. a girl at the same time. — rv— Some harmony from the quartette singers. Wish I was rich, and could hire them to sing me to lulla...

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

THEATRE ROYAL. -The big Marshall Neilec Mirth quake now- showing at the Royal, is the most laughable comedy ever screened in the West. ?Showing on the same programme as 'Don't Ever Marry,' is the Larrv bemon Comedy, Solid Concrete,' a scream from, start to finish. The Puddle of Mirth which is now showing at the Royal, entitled 'Don't Ever Marry,' ..i tt delightful tonic for the blues, add Mimes Coming West shortly on business trip— Mr,. Maurice Ralph. Mr. Ralph a year or so back was mana ger here for Paramount' films, .and afterwards Progressive Film Co in Perth. An old favorite with Perth au diences is Mr. Joe Atholwood, and we are pleased to see him here .with 'Tilly of Bloomsbury.' - The duet Carmenia sung by Miss Meadows and Mr. Kingsley was very fine. More please! We ? liked Miss Cleo de Vesy's French song very much.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MIDLAND BICYCLE CLUB. Ten Miles Road Race. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

MIDLAND BICYCLE CLUB. Ten Miles Road Race. — n— This race took place yesterday (Saturday) afternoon. The places were filled by L. Pahl (handicap, 2 min.) ; riding time, 29 min. 10 sec, 1; Scott (4m. 10s), 2; P. King (2m 10s), 3; Cfuttendon (3m. ? 40s.). 4; W. Smith (Mid. June.) (3m. 40o.-, 5. The fastest unplaced time was secur ed by W. Smith (Perth) in 28m. 25s. ^Twenty-seven others .started. Pahl won by about 100 yards.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Boxing [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 November 1920

Boxing - — \j Next Tuesday night will settle the issue between Harry Stone and Frank Brogan. Big amounts have been wagered already on this event. Both lads are fit and eager, and it will be fight from the word co. If Stone can get away with Brogan there will be no doubt as to who is the real champion. All arguments vanish before cold facts. It will be no picnic party for either. Very unsafe to -prophesy, unless you know, but Brogan will go very close to bringing home the bacon. It will be a case of booking' and going early. House will be a pack ed one. Gleeson has Perth book ing; Cook arid Son, Fremantle. Jack Green, featherweight cham pion of Australia, lost to French man Criqui at the Sydney Stadiuin last Saturday evening. He was completely outclassed in the two opening rounds, and received the dream punch early in the third. The Silver Chain committee are conducting a boxing tournament at their oval on the Esplanade next month. The tournament should prove both attractive and succ...

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

iUEEN'S HALL i'Last Nights. Last Nights. |. -^Season Positively Terminates |: WEDNESDAY NEXT, DEC. 1. P THE WORLD-FAMED luMHI [I^Xite7 World's Guatest Harmony K and Melody Makers' Wjl& Favourites and New Artistes B^SMPiRE THEATRE, 1TJ-; - '??? MIDLAND. ' ? ? . ' H^^ ' Thor*aay, X-ecember 2nd. m KINO'S THEATRE, ?&-' FREMANTLE. ?^Friday and Saturday, Dee. p. 3rd and 4th. Pgk-f?rices 3/-, 2/-. 1/-, plus tax. EF/Reserves 4/-, including tax. Efibx Plan Opens, at Nicholsons |||; v ? on Wednesday Next. pLYijU-PIA.1 BEevery night at sis. fpBK SUBSET ENTERPRISES i&-: - ? ? * |l£~ Arrangement with Cedric John Hi:' son, Presents '. P^THE POPULAR ENGLISH Wr' HUMPHREY p BISHOP |P*-PEBATIC AND COMEDY Wr- - ' COMPANY ? Wgf, . in' an entirely I'l NEW PROGRAMME ' HOT SONGS AND SKETCHES. ™dw Popular JBaPHcflfc Prices. awm* '. .? ' ? ?JMk Early. Foil Houses Friday and R§p; . - /5' Saturday* pflEATRE pROVAL. P^lKrection . . T. M. Coombe. E§-/'% Now Showing. tv ~~ .: ' (HE GREATE...

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

K-On't RiSk getting AsiatlC Stuff ! T^T# |^ 4' A T^-i-^i 4) Is to giveyou a straight forward deal II -— Get Your furniture from th c Factory |\| JPf) f\ I CJ XT eH T 1^ & I C! The Best Labor, the Best Conditions, the Best [Ay! gO and See it Made XI XV/llVllO %jL- ±J VLUOL O Catena, and the Best Workmanship. K;:. . E3SSE53Z STIFfclEIEStE1 ? - » * ^ PRBMANTLB ? g5?i' '??'.. ???- Printed for the Publishers, The Mirror Newspaper Co, by Bryans, Murray-street, Perth, W^] ' * *~*

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

SHAFTESBURY I EVERY EVENING AT 8. | THE BROOKS AMUSEMENT COMPANY Presents I PAUL STANHOPE'S Latest Revue— 'TUMBLE IN.' I SUNDAY NIGHT— STAR PICTURES AND VOCAL ITEMS. 1 FRED FARRELLY FREMANTLE. LIMITLESS £100. CONCESSION DOUBLE EVERY WEEK. I COMMUNICATE WITH HOBART. ' [ ' - DAN JAMESON - Established 19 Years.— The ONE AND. ONLY Turf Adviser in WA. LOMBARD CHAMBERS, I St. George's Terrace, Perth. ^gss^g^ JAMESON has decided to give Asm * '^^^ to his numberless clients the bene- f&m ?'? ~ ??^®L fit of his long years of experience fWF^ms^L^u v''^'^ bv giving One Special for each 1l$MBK^^^K£8S£$££SKm&BEl. Note^One' horse only, but some-~ /MBm|H^^^^B[ Be Sure and Consult the ONLY VBIHi^E't.ii'^^B/ JAMESON before going to . the ^^^KSm0!^^KB Including Eastern States. Daily ^^^sE^ieB^^ clients, 5/-. Trotting Selections ob- ^^^^^^r^ tainable. at the gate,. 1/-. .- ' - '? Jameson's Card Indicated Four Wumers at Belmbnt. Dsfl Rose, Osseo, Enniscorthy, and Farnsworth. ?Don t forg...

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

STILL THE PREMIER TOBAC CONIST (Wholesale and Retail). J. GLEESON. 657 HAY-STREET, 247 WILLIAM-STREET. 83 BARRACK-STREET. PERTH. AGENT FOR QUEENSLAND'S GOLDEN CASKET ART UNIONS. J. GLEESON. Get Your -Teeth Promptly and Thoroughly Attended To by Mr. A. E. HEATHCOTE, Dental Surgeon, Comer Barrack and William Sts. Upstairs, Over Trouchet (Chemist). Tel. A4814. For Seeds, Plants, and Flowers, I vow, That you'll find the finest on earth Call or Write Dawson, Harrison now, heir Shop is. in Barrack-street, Perth.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 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 LIB.

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

WHERE TO SHOP AT MAY LANDS. You Get a Smooth, Comfortable Shave or Haircut from F. DORNAN, 'The Dugout' Saloon, 68 Eighth-ave., Maylands. Everything a smoker needs ia stocked. No Expensive Stands and Staffs to Pay For. DRAPERY and DRESSMAKING. Cheapest and Better Than in City. Call and See Our Stocks. Everything Yon Need at T. PIDGEON, GUILDFOBDRD., MAYLANDS. (OS Eighth-Arama) The Best of FRESH BREAD Daily to Y^our Door. E, Bride RAILWAY TERRACE, MAYLANDS GROCERIES Delivered to Your Door at CITY PRICES. Full Stocks of Latest Lines. Write, Ring, or CalL James Mclntyre Opp. Station, MAYLANDS. A GOOD LOAD OP WELL MIX ED and SEASONED WOOD. Delivered Promptly. Personal At tention. y McCOY AND WOOD (Returned Soldiers). 8th. AVENUE, MAYLANDS. TERMS CASH. For GOOD Laundry Work try The 'Swan' Laundry, 25 Ascot St. Victoria Park. 'Phone A4649, or send a postcard and a van will call. For Good Blacksmith and Plumbing Work, J. BLYTHE GuCdftrd Road, Maylands. Near Seventh-Ave. Baths, Tanks, Windm...

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

Your social position, as is the can with your business possibilitieB, 1 largely determined by your appea ance, for which a cteaa heaUil mouth is essential. . M He: Way so sad? 1 She: I must have these bad «tfti extracted, and I'm terribly frifj3 ?ned. ' . . ~':M He: There is nothing to fear II Jm go to the 'Hygienic.' Come! XU £1 up with you. '1 mm He: WeU, you look happier so«| did it hurt? \ , ~|| She: It's wonderful! Not * twiojl of pain. 'w ? . ? . . ? ? ?? -*3m Some Weeks Later. . M The Centre of Admiration, . 11 Jgg| 1^ DENTAL ':J&m ? There is no denying that tee] made at the 'Hygienic' an paifsfl in every detail. Every denture «? Teals not only tne ability of «? specialist,, but the taste of the al tist. 'JW The staff includes amongst otiufll Stanley Simpson, ILD£.VfJL M Hi Derepas, Expert Prorthetist 1 and . ? .-m C. Massey-Crosse (who for years «? head operator in the fining, erbw9 and bridge work of one of Pertlfl largest dental practices, and if ~«9 ddered one of ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 28 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 can.

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

CHEAP FISH. Don't forget to look up Universal Fish Supply, 146 Barrack-street, and take home some of their fine fish. Oysters, prawns, smoked fish of member this shop has been the cause of a big reduction in ' fish prices, and do not fail to patronise them. A nice plate of oysters can be obtained jtt very reasonable prices. Every 'up-t63afe conveni ence for patrons heYe. Finest of Serges, Silks, Crepe de Chines, Suit and Dress Lengths, Remnants; also many exclusive Lines, are shown by HARRIS, 227 St. George's Terrace (Upstate). No Shop Front. . Right opp. Foy's Mail Entrance. Cash or deposit. Trade Supplied. Weekly Payments to Xmas Time.: It will pay you to call.

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