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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

EVERYONE ENJOYS . . . CASTLEMAINE Beer and Stout

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

l^f i* TV THE * **? M3m ppuciAir Means Buckerid^e, F.O.O., F.S.M.C.. D.B.O.A., Freedom of « he City of London. The Highest Qualifications in the State By_ Exam , London. Ask for Mr. B. I Royal Arcade Opposite Town HalL

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LABOUR LEADERS. Interview Griffith in Gaol Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

LABOUR LEADERS. Interview Griffith in Gaol Saturday. Mr. Arthur Griffith, M. P. (Acting Sinn Fein President) has been in terviewed in gaol by Messrs. Adam son and Henderson, British Labour leaders. The Archbishop of Dublin, assured the visitors that everything in reason would be done by him to promote peace.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FARMERS' PRICES. Falling Markets Abroad. London, Dec. 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

FARMERS' PRICES. Falling Markets Abroad. London. Dec. 3. President Wilson, in a message to the Congress, may suggest the adop tion of the League of Nations at the proper way in which to relieve the conditions which are confronting farmers in the United States as the result of falling prices. In Repub lican quarters this is looked upon merely as a Wilsonian ruse to attain his pet end.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Very Latest FILIBUSTERER ANNUNZIO. His Very Own War. London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

The Very Latest (By Wire and Cable) . FILIBUSTERER ANNUNZIO. His Very Own War. London, Saturday. The Italian Government is in sore straits because of D'Annunzio's de claration of war from his Fiume stronghold. Whether the Govern ment is strong enough to 'reason'. with the poet in war parlance re mains to be proven.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMENTS ON W.A.T.C. MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

COMMENTS ON W.A.T.C. MEETING. (By 'Cricklewood, Jun.') The WA.T.C. held its December meeting yesterday before a good at tendance. Proceedings opened with the Flying Handicap of six furlongs, for which there were twelve starters. Bookmakers began by offering 3 s the field, at which price Fluent and True Moon were the early favourites. The former was well backed at that price, but with the backing of Saima from 7's to 5's and Susarion from 6's to 5's, the son of Flippant eased half a point, and True Moon went out to 8's (freely offered). Fluent eventually started at threes. Cor ner Block led Saima for three furlongs, when Susarion took up the running. Rounding the turn Su sarion led from Fluent, Miralga, and Venetian King, Fluent running out wide. Susarion maintained his lead to the post, and won comfort ably by 2J lengths from Venetian King, . with True Moon a length away third. Miralga was fourth,' and Bumiaco and Saima the last two to finish. Jolly Bob was the only scratching for t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MORE "FREEDOM." Dr. Mannix Prohibited. London, Dec. 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

MORE 'FREEDOM.' Dr. Mannix Prohibited. London, Dec. 3. Under the Defence of the Realm Act Dr. Mannix has been prohibited from entering the Liverpool area or delivering any speech thereabout. A proposed speech at Bootle has been interdicted. :

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
GREEK "FREEDOM." And Allied Warnings. London, Dec. 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

GREEK 'FREEDOM.' And Allied Warnings. London, Dec. 3. The Greek Government has been warned by the Allies against accept ing Constantine for King. The Bri tish Foreign Office, however, dis avows any hostile intent, affirming that the warning to Greece to go slow is purely philanthropic.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ROSEHILL Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

ROSEHILL Sydney, Saturday. The Rosehill Racing Club's De cember meeting took place to-day in fine weather with the following re sults:— Trial Stakes, 7 furlongs. — Fortu- nadre, 1; Windoo, 2; Cabachon, 3. 7 to 4 agst Fortunadre. Flying Handicap, 6 furlongs. — Fenella, 1; theson2. d'n wadtr htm First Division: Fenella, 1; Bright Night, 2; Validolia, 3. 3 to 1 agst Fenella. Second Division: West Wynne, 1; Playmon, ?; King's Word, *. (*Dear heat). 5 to 1 agst Wish Wynne. Nursery Handicap, 41 furlongs.— Lenita, 1; Woodville, 2; Corncrake, 3. 15 to 1 agst Lenita. Other results not to hand.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. England v. An Australian XI. Brisbane, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

CRICKET. England v. An Australian XX. Brisbane, Saturday. The combined team scored 255, of which Macartney scored 96 (lbw), Armstrong 53, and Tozer 51. England has scored 196 for four rwickets. Russell 72, Hendren 65 4not out), Hobbs 26, Woolley 26 (not out). Fremantle Workers' Club v. Fre mantle. — Workers: 1st knock, 61; 2nd knock, two out for 130 (Welling ton 80, Hogue not out 33) . Frernan tle: 1st knock 76; 2nd innings. 62. The Workers' Club won by three wickets and 53 runs. N.S.W. v. South Australia. Sydney, Saturday. At four o'clock the N.S.W. team had scored 615 for four wickets, South Australia's bowling this sea son being most ladylike. A Geo. Giffen and an Ernest Jones are bad ly needed Adelaide way. Bardsley has scored 223, and is still in; Kelle way (160) also not out, and Dr. Bogle 103.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
W.A.T.C. December Meeting Reversal of Form by Bardus. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

W.A.T.C. December Meeting Reversal ef Form by Bardns. The December meeting of the WAT.C. was held in glorious wea ther before a good attendance on Saturday afternoon. Results : — Flying Handicap, of 150 sovs.; sec- . ond 35 and third 15 sovs. from stake; six furlongs. Mr. E. W. Hocking's Susarion, by Comedy King — Artillerie, 7.7 (Sibbritt) ? ,. 1 Venetian King, 7.5 (Norrie) .. 2 True Moori, 8.6 (Cole) ? 3 Other starters: Fluent, 7.12 (Read); Buriaco, 7.7 (Bowles); Saima, 7.5 (Morley) ; Persian Belle, 12 (McCann); M. Prophesy, 6.13 (Mitchell) ; Miralga, 6.11 (Lillyman) ; Comer Block, 6.7 (Bowler) ; Affaire de Joie, 6.7 (Morse); Prince Hal berd, 6.7 (Percival). Dividend (for 10/-):-S.O., £2/10/-; place, 18/, 31/, 32/. Betting: 3 to 1 agst Fluent, 5 to 1 Susarion or Saima, 8 to 1 Corner Block or True Moon, 10 to 1 Venetian King or Af faire de Joie, 12 to 1 Bumiaco, 20 to 1 others. Won by 2£ lengths with I length between second and third. Time, 1 min. 13 4-5 sec. Forrest Plate (for two...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE KURRAWANG STRIKE. Kalgoorlie. Sat. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

THE KURRAWANG STRIKE. Kaleoorlie. Sat. The strikers and their leaders are highly indignant at the utterances of Labour members on the strike question, and the attitude of Tees dale and his 'deportation' stunt is held as proof that the profiteers are out to use this war period weapon on every possible occasion.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

h D. P. Sullivan « - HIGH QUALITY MENS' WEAR AT LOWEST PRICES YOU WILL BECOME A CONSTANT CUSTOMER IF TOU GIVE US A TRIAL. FOR XMAS.— A Few Special Men's Tweed SUITS, 70/, ?&/, 80/* 90/. Men's Tweed TROUSERS, 9/11, U/6, 18/6, ISA, 1TA. Men's HATS, 7/11, 8/11, 10/6. Ditto, Better Ones, 18/6, 21/-, 26/-. Men's Golf SHIRTS, 7/11, 8/11, 8/6, 10/6. Men's UNDERPANTS, 2/11, 8/11, 4/6, 6/6, 6/11, 8/6. 133 High Street - - Fremantle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

A REAL WESTERN AUSTRA LIAN PICTURE. By Westralian Films, Entitled WESTERN AUSTRALIA— THE LAND OF OPPORTUNITY. -Mr. C. J. DE GARIS issues an INVITATION to all those interest ed in the possibilities of this State to view the initial screenng at the THEATRE ROYAL on WEDNES DAY MORNING NEXT at 10 o'clock. The film will take 30 minutes to project. A revelation in Photographic Art can be seen at the Bardwell-Clarke studios, over Bon Marche, Hay-st., Perth. You enter by door oppo site Cathedral Avenue, and next to Padbury's store. The- high, lofty rooms, with the ingenious method of increasing or decreasing light at will, make it possible to produce very artistic shadings. Nothing finer than the equipment of this studio can be found even in the Eastern States. Make it your bu siness to see their latest camera.

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 — 5 December 1920

Turf & Trotting Tattle (By 'Cricklewood, Jun.') By consulting our advertising col umns our readers will see that Mr. W. Foy, of James-street, is desirous of disposing of the whole of his trotters — nine in number. Such an opportunity to secure a good trot ing horse has perhaps never before been offered in W.A. Goodwood next Saturday. Jumping season finished. What a blessing. Malt Dust again. Will still do better. A ton of money for Bardus, and finished last. Warrigal ran well in the First Class. Will improve greatly on that by Christmas. Fidelmos (hard held) showed some pace to the turn in the Second Division of the Second Class Plate. ? »-r— — There was plenty of 'dead meat' in the Mayor's Handicap. (This is not libellous). Sfbbritt received a great ovation when he won with Enniscortby. With a decent horseman on Regis tration this event would never have been in doubt. Skysail and Seabound arrived from Melbourne on Wednesday, and was at once put into work. First acceptances ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Late Mr. Monty Miller The Funeral Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

The Late Mr. Monty Miller The Funeral Arrangements. The funeral of the late Monty Miller, took place on Thursday, 18th. ult., at 3 pjn. The deceas ed resided in the State about 25i years; his kindly disposition and his great fight for the emancipation of the workers had endeared to him to a very large circle of friends, who in large numbers paid their last re spects to his memory on the above date. The cortege moved from his daughter's residence, at 15 Lane street, and proceeded to the unde nominational portion of the Karra katta cemetery, where, in the pre sence of a large gathering, the re mains were interred. The chief mourners were Nurse Blake, Mrs. T. Murray, Mrs. J. Stone (daughters). Mr. and Mrs. Hanley, T. Murray, J. Evans (grandchildren), and Master Hanley (great-grandchild ) . The pall-bearers were W. Pearse, J. Shelly, H. Leighton, A. Thomson, Monty O'Dowd, Ben Jones, M.L.A., J. Lutey, M.L.A., P. Collier, M.L.A. (Leader of the Opposition). Amongst those present were: W. S...

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The Kalgoorlie Election Hugh Mahon for Labor The Why and Wherefore Hughes tKe Hypocrite and Humbug [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

The Kalgoorlie Election ? u ? Hugh Marion for Labor The Why and Wherefore Htig'Kes the Hypocrite and Humbug Welsh Billy, in the Mahon mat ter, once more gives proof of his claim to the title of arch-hypocrite and humbug in the Hempire. In his anxiety to condone horrible out rages by the 'bag egg' section oi Britain's aimed propagandists in India, Egypt, and Ireland, Hughes had a caucus meeting of his anti Australian party, and duly pro nounced sentence on Mahon before his trial. Then there was the mock trial by the Cashional crew in Par liament — the same traitorus crew which a few days later duly voted awav the few vestiges of Australia's remaining liberties under the Dic tatorship Act. Mahon was ex pelled from Parliament on alleged 'declarations' by reporters on the Tory press. But Mahon proves that those 'declarations' — three of them anyhow — are merely the state ments of 'somebody who's been told by somebody else that he heard so and-so say it.' Real Hughesian tactics since he ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

River frontages in the hills or coast are scarce. Will treble in value shortly. Viv Keane has them at easy prices and terms. Get par ticulars before it is too late. If you have any trouble with youi feet get Dr. Scholl's Footeaeers from your shoe store. Banishes all feet trouble. ? *0 ? If you reside in town or country, make it your business to call on or write J. Spigl, Tobacconist and Jew eller. Everything a man needs is ' stocked here, and the prices are re markably low. Lay in your Xmas stocks while you have the chance of getting such reasonable -'prices. A finely fitted saloon with-ev*ery con i renfence.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

THEATRE ROYAL. Direction ?. . T. M. Coombe. Now Showing. THE ROBERTSON COLE MASTER FEATURE, 'The Devil's Claim.' and Another big larry semon comedy, 'the stage hand.' STAGE. Learn the Professional Style of Singing and Dancing at CARTER'S VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURE ACADEMY. 'The Professional Teachers.' If you have talent we will tell you. If you have not we will tell you just the same. We do not teach any adult or child over one Quarter who has no talent. We have no time to waste for Vacancies are always occurring for good turns. TERMS MODERATE. VICTORIA HALL, FREMANTLE — Every Saturday at 1050 ajn. PROTESTANT HALL, BEAU FORT-ST., PERTH.— Every Sat urday at 250 pjn.; also Wednes day from .450 till 830 pjn. NEW MASONIC HALL, MID LAND JUNCTION.— Every Mon day from 2.30 till 530 pjn. Private Address: C/r Cleaver and Newcastle streets, W. Perth. Xo Communication answered without Stamped additional Enve lope enclosed. OLYMPIA EVERY NIGHT AT 8.15. JACK BURSEY ENTERPRISES Presents THE FAMOUS EN...

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TRADES BALL COMMITTEE. IN MEMORIAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

TRADES1 BALL COMMITTEE. IN MSMORIAM. Melbourne, November 20, 1920. Dear Mrs. Blake,— ? At the last meeting of the above Council (when the representa tives of one hundred Unions were assembled), a resolution was unanimously carrier instructing me to convey to you their heart felt sympathy at the loss of your dear father, and our old friend, Montague Miller, who was well known and highly respected by the Delegates. They have also instructed me to convey to you, and also publish the fact, that they are mindful, of the life-long work in the cause of the workers, and the many sacrifices made during a period extend ing sixty to seventy years, by your loving father, whom we admired as a noble comrade, a generous friend, and a courageous worker in the best of all causes : The Emancipation of the Working Class. - Hoping you will soon recover fr om the blow, and with best wishes for your future, I remain, Your loving friend, and one of your late father's pupils, E. J. HOLLOWAT, Secretary.

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