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The Hempen Square A Pro-Brogan House Applauds Referee Thorpe For a Most Peculiar Decision An Analysis of the Betting Market [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

The Hemp Square A Pro- Brogan House Applauds Referee Thorpe For a Most Peculiar Decision An Analysis of the Betting Market — o — Very few seats were left unoccu pied at His Majesty's Theatre on Tuesday evening last, when Harry Stone, lightweight champion of Aus tralia, was called upon to defend his title against Frank Brogan, the lad from Goulburn (N.S.W.). There was only a quarter of a pound dif ference in the weights, Brogan scal ing 9.91 and Stone 9.9£. The crowd was largely pro-Brogan, and when Referee Dick Thorpe declared that boxer the winner, the fans burst forth in a volume of acclammatiou that nearly brought down the roof Referee Thorpe's decision was a tre mendous error of judgment. The first half of the contest was un doubtedly Stone's, whose clever head and foot work made th% Aus tralian look foolish. The lad from the East settlei down alter the 11th round, but he had a heavy leeway in points to make up before l?s could register an equal scor.; with Stone. From the comme...

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

H. H. KERR TH5 MAN OF RENOWN 110 HIGHEST., FREMANTLE, IS GIVING TEA AWAY AT i/- Per lb. : Also . Crawford's Chocolate at 2/- lb. Call at once at RENOWN Tea rooms. Best place in Fremantie for Ices, Soft Drinks, Spiders, &c, 110 HIGH-STREET. Insist on your Newsagent deliver ing your 'Sunday Mirror1' early every Sunday. \

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Belmont Bangs [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

Belmont Bangs (By 'Solon.') Con « on, CctpotA Pope, give us an ei.'ctric wining VH at the Bufs wood Gui'ldfocd-road raii*- i.y cross ing. This is one of the greatest death traps in the West, ind. could be made much safer at I'-tle cost if you would follow The Mirror's ad vice: What fees do the Ro*d Board collect from those guys who persist in training trotters on the main road. Cut it out, Bob Mr. Printer, you a?.ade a slip last week in that par. re no send-off to an old resident. The word Presi dent should have read ''lesidents.' A. E. Rowe, Esq., is blameless. Lovie has a-new tart, but will not introduce her to the boys. Miss B. and Miss S. are joint fav ourites for the Popular Girl Stakes: Our G.O.M., Danny Hehir, was once a great boxing enthusiast, and even now could put up a great go with some of the lpcal light weights. Jim Brady is one of the most trusted and best-liked men in these parts. Is straight out to. the point, and has never been kno^n to gun anybody. . Bob Turnbull,...

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Guildford Growls. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

Guildford Growls. {By 'Rip Van Winkle.') The Mayoral election is over— hoip the mighty has fallen. The {J& candidate, Rhodes, scored a . hand some victory over the chief \me^ chanical engineer, Evans. Thp rival candidates' canvassers worked with' great energy. The arguments used reminded one of Parliamentary elec tions. If the workers will only band tp^ gether again and drop all personal differences, W. D. Johnson' will onc£ more be able to attach M.L.A. to his name-. ' ? 1 The tfglies' exhibition has attract; ed vistors from all over the xnetrp^ politan area. The cool evenings in the open air, with the inviting stall holders soon extracts the sil-j ver from your pockets. What is wrongfeow with s new] Mayor in inaugurating an annual | exhibtion or show of local products? With a district like the Swan ten draw from, the exhibits would excefi anything shown around the metro-, polis. The social to the, returned sol-. diers passed off successfully .2t thfei Bowling Green on Wero...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

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

H your need FURNITURE, CROCKERY, HOUSEHOLD FUR NISHINGS, Men and Boys' SUITS, Ladies' DUST COATS, etc., ' A. Macrow & Sons Pty. Ltd. THE EASY TERMS PEOPLE. Can Supply Yon Satisfactorily. Terms : 4s., in the £1 Deposit. Weekly Payments According 'to Value o! Purchases. Note Addresses: 889 HAY-STBEET, PEBTg; 77 MARKET STREET, FREMANTLE ; KALGOORLIE, BOULDER. Agents at NORTHAM and YORK. FURNITURE FACTORY, 13 FITZ GERALD-STREET. 'Phones, A3540, Perth; B782, Fremantle. BOWRA & ODEA UNDERTAKERS GENERAL PUNERAI. FURNISHERS CEDAR, OAK and JATIRAH COFFINS ALWAYS IN STOCK. Note the Address— Pier 3Stl?eet». 'Phone, A 4308. Private 'Phone, A 2938 Barrack and Murray Streets The Clothier and Outfitter. Everything in MEN'S WEAR in 'Stock from a Bootlace to-, an Overcoat. Drink EMU Ales and Stout Seldom Equalled — v Never Surpassed. (PHALANGAS BROTHERS). . 68 BARRACK-STREET, PERTH. BEST MEALS IN TOWN. . 'cleanliness, / Civflity. ' - Open on Sundays. Importers of Famous Bellinger Riv...

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

MIDLAND JUNCTION. flie 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 AxVD SHOPS. Midland Junction. Aerated Waters ? Co., ... .%. ...-„.. Newcastle Road... TeL 146. BETTER & CHEAPER REPAIRS To Bikes, Motor Cycles, or* Cars, than can be got in Perth. We Build to Order. Midland Agent.-? for EXCELSIOR. Everything ITou Need in These Lines. ARTHUR FLINT, Tork-rd., Mid. Junction. 'Phone L26. At the Criterion Hotel, Hay street. — Swan Beer at its best. Reg Harrison, proprietor.

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

I WBllTnil 1,500 Investors with £100 each flll IHII 75° lnvestors °with ^200 each nillLlfa 500 Investors 'with £300 each Unique Money-Making Opportunity OFFERED BY THE DeGaris Kendenup -wai Development Co. ~t* Limited. CAPITAL ; £2oo,coo in 2oo,boo £.1 Shares Issue of 1,500 8 per cent. Debentures of £ 100, with Special £50 Bonus Free Money to be used for Developmental Purposes. rc^ BIG PROFITS FOR THE SMALL INVESTOR I ??-' HE RECEIVES: Eight ^per cent, per annum interest and dividend on fifty fully-paid up shares for each one hundred . pounds invested, and is secured by a first mortgage- debenture. THIS IS THE CHANCE the small investor has been waiting for, offering, as it does, good interest, additional profit ►. and ample security. - READ WHAT Mr. C- J. DeGARIS SAYS about KENDENUP (the Estate to be developed under this scheme)— 'I am prepared to stake my whole reputation on the success of KENDENUP as the finest subdivisional proposition for intending: settlers with large or small ...

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

almeeaiae: ROYAL ARCADE. II. DE PEDRO .. .. Proprietor. Free Lunch. Finest Wines. Union and Swan Beer on Draught.

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

Take some Rickshaw Tea home. You will be delighted with it. ^

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Under the Lash THE COURSE OF EMPIRE. AND THE CURSE OF EMPIRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

XTxild^BJ* *l3L^ U£LS»1* THE COURSE OF EMPIRE; AND THE CURSE OF EMPIRES. 'Westward the course of Em pire takes its way:' I forget the name of the peanut responsible for the above quotation, but he seems to have delved ' pretty deeply into ancient historv. Perhaps he orilv made a lucky fluke. China, India, Persia, Egypt, Greece, Rome, Great Britain. Turn up your- atlas and note the constant directioa. Em pires, though long-lived, seem to. pass through the same stages as in dividuals. Lusty -youth, vigorous manhood, crafty middle age, finish ing with dodderine senility. They then either fall or get. pushed off the map by something younger and more, vigorous. / Gjeat Britain, i.. iny opinion, is in the mid-stream between craity middle age . and senility. I trust this opinion won't get ine 15 years in jail. .When an individual or an Empire is in its prime, it or they do their own fighting. Getting olde.r, they persuade or pay. others to dp it for them. An infallible sign of Empire decay...

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HEROISM IN FREEDOM'S CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

HEROISM IN FREEDOM'S CAUSE. Through the winds of the heavens In the depths beneath the sea, From the mines unto the mountain* And wherever inen_are free. Down the valley, up the hill-top. in the town or desert plain, Or- wherever men foregather In life or death or pain. Can you find a brighter record With a more enduring ray Than the story of MacSwiney And. his comrades of to-day? Other men havejdied for freedom On land and air and seas. But to them Veiled Death was Mercy In comparison with these — Fitzgerald, Mac. and Murphy. Who death unveiled by slow de grees. Eighteen hundred paces off They glimpsed his eyeless face Coming slow with Freedom An hour for every pace. . They pledged their word to jyait for ' him. Though hours may turn to days. And in that starving race of Death No help from fresh -relays. With bodies growing weak and faint, .While minutes now are hours, Thev keep their plighted word and faith, Though hunger still devours. Arid when at last Sir Death ar rives, They g...

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NATIONALISTS—AND NATIONALISTS. South Africans and Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

NATIONALISTS— AND . NATIONALISTS. South Africans and Ireland. The Nationalists in South Africa -are never in accord with the sham 'Nationalists' we know in »Austra Iia. Their recent conference at -Bloemfontein discussed the case of Ireland and her rich*, to self»ieter niination. Local papers ^ivc the gist of the discussion.' Mr. Chas. G Fichardt. M.L.A.. said that the Irish question was a world ques tion. In America and other places the question was not regarded as a domestic matter, and everyone sympathised with the efforts of the Irish to have the rii;ht of selfde termination. He moved: 'T,hat this meeting of the National Party of the O.F.S. j-incerely sympathises with the endeavours of the Irish people to get an acknowledgement from the nations, of the world of the republic founded by them. In this connection, the meeting herewith wishes to express its opinion that that the right of self-determination of nations; as laid down as a prin ciple by Great Britain and her Al lies is no...

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"THE DIRT HEAP OF THE EMPIRE." General Hertzog Sees Some "Immigrants." [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

'THE DIRT HEAP OF THE EMPIRE.' General Hertzog Sees Some 'Immigrants.' In connection with the State-aided, immigration, of which mention was made in the executive committee's report. General Hertzog said at the Provincial Nationalist Congress o! South Africa that as far as possible everything was', being withheld from them, and the Government gave vague answers to their ques tions, while incorrect statements were even made. In England, proceeded the Na tionalist leader, a Committee of In quiry on immigration had recom mended, that children from poor schools and reformatories, and chil dren of the criminal class, nuuil wr- ing about 40,000v should be export ed to South Africa and other places. This would amount to making South Africa the dirt-heap of the Empire. What --was going to hap pen in South Africa with these classes of persons was clear. He had been accused of being opposed to marriages between English and Dutch-speaking parties, but if this were to happen, South African par ...

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

!|:WHERETO BUY & SELL PROPERTY j 1X^.^.1*333 & ESTATE fC; If you are looking for a Boose, Poulfayr Pig, Dairy, Fruit, or i~ Mixed Farm,~'Call and See ns. Send us particulars if you want to &.- 8elL We will sell it. See our list of Vineyards on the Swan. i ~ . - - Sole Agents for WA. Wild Flower Xmas Cards and Framing ,!-' Pands, 6d to 4s. each. See the Pretties. A call costs nothing. IAN A. XXNGHORN.AND GILBERT, 35 BARRACK-STREET (First Floor). ~ ' And at 68 8th. Avenue, Mayiands. . MAYLANDS. f. ' Bargain: 4-roomed w.b. House, plas 'jtered, verandahs, washhouse, l * acre, elevated, 15 min. station, -; £300. £100 £100 deposit, 15/ ''-'?}. weekly, no- interest. MAYLANDS. i BRICK VILLA, 5 rooms, hali,. every convenience, lawns, high posi tion, absolute snap, £625; terms ar ranged. ?:_. Full Particulars to bona-fide buyers. Apply — SHEARN'S IMPERIAL LAND AGENCY : OPPOSITE STATION, MAYLANDS. Telephone A3898. GOOD HOUSES, AT MODERATE PRICES, LOW DEPOSITS, AND EASY ...

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

REDUCE LIVING COSTS By Dealing With J. SPIGL For Tobacco, Cigarettes, Cigars. Toys, Fancy Goods, Stationery. Jew ellery, Watches, and other Articles Repaired and Guarantee Given. Shaving, 4d.; Haircutting, 9d. Dark or Light Mixture Pipe To bacco, 6d. per oz. Flake Cut, Light or Dark, 6d. oz. 405 WELLENOTON^TREET, 778 HAY-STREET (Opposite Foy and Gibson). Country Orders receive special at tention. THE ARCADE STUDIOS (Established 20 Years). 'The Picture Framers, Photograph ers, and Photo Enlargers of the West.' CENTRAL ARCADE, PERTH TOpp. Railway Station). F. E. Swaine, Prop. GARRY STACK'S SAVOY CAFE, (Downstairs), Next Metropole Hotel, HAY-STREET. A Princely Meal at a Popular Price. Insist on your Newsagent deliver ing your 'Sunday Mirror.' early every Sunday.

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

Your Big Chance I Subiaco X-jr»st,]c»e:ps Last Three Days of Sale Till Wednesday, December 1st. This Sale is the GREATEST PRICE-SMASHING SALE Mn the history of *\ Subiaco. REMEMBER 3 DAYS ONLY LEFT! The Stock is well assorted and comprises one of the Largest and Best Stocks of General Drapery, Manchescer, Napery, Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets, Mantles, Corsets, Laces, Hosiery, Ribbons, Haberdashery, Gloves, Mens and Youths Clothing, Mercery Shirts, Etc., in the Metropolitan Area. Wonderful Display of Bargains ! Doors op 9 a.m. ? — Remember Cahn keeps his Word. A Few Shillings will secure you Pounds worth of Stock. . No Prices like these anywhere ! You Have never seen sticH Bargains before. f* it UltT'C DRAPERS & IMPORTERS, 1 j fl|| 111 ^ 137-139 Rokeby Road, Subiaco V * m MM * M *** ? Telephone A279O. — —

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 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, 15s. per 5 Week. Board and Residence from £2 10s. per Week. Lounge Bar and Gentlemen's Smoking Room now open on the First Floor. S. J. TRICKEY, Licensee. (Late of England and America), And an Englishman. MCCARTHY'S Railway Hotel, Barrack St , Perth mrs. s. e. McCarthy, Proprietress. * THE PLAYGROUND OF THE WEST IS POINT WALTER. THE HUB OF POINT WALTER IS -^ KELLY'S TEA GARDENS. , Refreshments. Music. Dancing. FISH All Kinds FISH THE SHOP WHICH HAS CAUSED PRICES TO DROP. UNI 7ERSAL IISH SUPPLY 146 BARRACK STREET. ALL SORTS. ALL SIZES. PLENTY FOR ALL. Prices:— CUTLETS, 1/3 lb.; WHOLE FISH, lid. lb. Restaurants, Hotels, etc., lOJd. 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 Address: SAME SI...

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

STILL THE PREMIER TOBAC CONIST (Wholesale and Retail)- J. GLEESON. 657 HAT-STREET, 247 WILLIAM-STREET. 63 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, Corner Barrack and William Sts. Upstairs, Over Trouchet (Chemist -. Tel. A4814.

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W.A.T.C. ANNUAL MEETING First Acceptances. For Principal Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

W.A.T.C. ANNUAL MEETING First Acceptances. For Principal Events. Following are the first accep tances for the principal events to be held at the Carnival meetings:-*— Karrakatta Plate. (Run December 27). Of 1000 sovs.; second 175 and third 75 sovs. from stake. Five fur longs. Easingwold, Hason, Apt, Ben mure, Mundaring, Eaton Youth, Beggar'6 Son, Salveo, Poondarra, 8.10; Jasmin, Jolly Bubble, 8.7; Bes sie Green. Ailsa Belle, Kenilworth Queen, White Thorn, Yarranga, Euralle, Orient Flavour, Eudwire, Southern Sea, Jolly Girl, Jolly Hand some. Blurillo. 8.5. Western Australian Derby. Of 1,300 sovs.; second 200 and third 100 sovs. from stake. One mile and a ha3f. (Run December 27). - Greenlad, Fluent, Mountain Heath, Saima, Cool Court. Secret Despatc.h Genzano, Shark Bay, Prince Halberd, Fargo, Miralga, Thoughtful One, Sandyx, Tale of Woe, Skysail, 8.10; Probie. Bright Rosette, South Passage, Fossilize, Marywongie, Jolly Cosy, Queen's Post, Tanis, 8.5. Raflway Stakes. ? Of 1,000 sovs.; ...

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