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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920
F. J. McLAREN, Auctioneer, Land, Estate and In surance Agent. Sworn Valuator. Furniture Bought Bight Out to Save Auction Delays. Address: 8 CANTONMENT-STREET, FBEMANTLE. Telephone, 797. H. H. FOLLINCTON, COACH and MOTOR BODY BUILDER and GENERAL BLACKSMITH. Corner ADELAIDE and QUEEN VICTORIA-STREETS, . FREMANTLE. AUCTION SALES AT SHORTEST NOTICE. Conducted in any part of the State, or will Buy Furniture Outright to Avoid Auction. Money to Lend on all classes of Security from £5 to £1,000. * War Bonds Bought. C. E. MOSELEY, AUCTIONEER, HOUSE, LAND and COMMISSION AGENT. NEXT P.O., FREMANTLE. Tel, 937. BILLIARDS. BERT WEAVER, i PRINCESS SALOON, I t FREMANTLE. Largest and Most ? UjwtoDate in Town. Twelve Tables. HIS MAJESTY'S HOTEL, FREMANTLE. Residential Hotel. Night Porter. NED STACK, Proprietor. Give us a Trial — no Satisfaction no Payment. ALHAMBRA DINING ROOM, 32 HENRY-STREET, FREMANTLE. Reopened. All Meals, Is. Tea and Toast, 6cL HOTEL FBEKAVTLE ; A Popular House for Residence and ...
History Re-Written BT A CONSTITUTIONAL CRANK. WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920
History Re-Written BT A CONSTITUTIONAL CRANK. WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN. Extract from report of proceed ings of Ballarat Teachers' Confer ence: — ? „ 'Mr. W. Fairiie moved:— 'That1 the representatives of the Ballarat branch be instructed strenuously to oppose any resolution favouring a stnke or direct action, as being in imical to the best interests of the teachers and the Teachers' Associa tion.' 'Mr. Fairiie: Let us fight consti tutionally until we get what we want. Let us have nothing to do with striking and direct action and law-breaking.' Not even grammatical! 'Instruct- ed strenuously to oppose' — ye gods. .We presume he meant 'instructed 'to oppose 'strenuously;' but any how, that's not the point. Mr. Fair lie may some day learn to write an English sentence; we despair of his ever mastering logic. Apply his craven creed to any in ternational event, e.g., the late war. Our puzzle expert tries to imagine a 'West' leader written en Fairiie lines: 'All admit that . the Entente have gr...
Sub-Rosa. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920
Sub-Rosa. Rumoured that some of those 'get rich quick' people in Fremantle and Perth who yielded to the blandish ments of the company promoters and option holders during the. recent boom on the Hampton Plains, are trying to get a portion of their money back. The Gadfly would bring to their notice that sentimen mental little ditty beloved by sol diers: Good-bye-e, good-bye-e, don't cry-ee! For the boodle's gone and the gold's not there. We've done in our dough, and none of us care. Good-bye-e, good-bye-e, don't cry-ee! * * ? Apropos of prospecting for the elusive metal. Would suggest a walk in the purtiem of the Trades Hall, Fremantle, one sunny morn ing. Can undertake to show you more gold on the 'tummy' of Bill Roche than ever will be «found in nine out of ten of the leases on the Hampton Plains. And 'tis said that Bill does not wear them all at once. Threatens to put 'em all on some day, and then there will be some dazzle. Gold, gold, beautiful gold, In medals and shields and patt...
The Sunday Mirror PERTH. SUNDAY, JULY 25th., 1920 HATE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920
the Sunday mirror PERTH. SUNDAY, JULY~ 25th., 1920 HATE 'Short of being Hughes one must love something!' We scarce pause to offer apology to the shade of Taine for plagiarising his fam ous ejaculation, feeling assured that he himself, did he live in Australia to-day, would have thus revised it. Hate is the foulest vampire that can possibly rule the destinies of a people. Black crimes spring from every deadly sin. Pride and cov etousness, hist and anger, saddle each day upon men's souls the guilt of the most dreadful offences known to tinman law; but at least bounds are set to their moral devastation. They possess an individual, blast his soul to a withered shred, change his manhood to a mockery of its ' great Original, spread sorrow, suffering, death to the victims of his per version, but nevertheless remain relatively localised. Hatred, on the other hand, spreads as a virulent infection, leaping flame-like from heart to heart, consuming whole nations in its hell fire. Nor grief, no...
The Evidence (?) Against Jerger A Mass of Indefeasible Innuendo Amazing Puerility Displayed [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920
?3The Evidence (?) I A Mass of Indefensible Innuendo Amazing Puerility Displayed l^iTe are crushed! The 'West,* - MtMftUlg as ever toe Part °* ^^ow to '^tEe^Melbourne Argus, the most tory fi£gt&lY and most poisonous sectarian stmfrmonger in Australia, publish gttttf on Friday morning the 'evi- cience' against Rev. Jerger. We re ?tffein from inflicting the nauseous dose upon our readers before their BUJ&nday dinner, but we extract the salient points. lUrin August, 1918, the papers rela mwgjre to the internment of Rev. Jer ™?fir were called for in the New South |\»ales Parliament. They were laid -Oh the table, and the following is '- iSe best and worst that 'The Ar ^Jps' can make of them: — ^'wThe papers commence with a re port of Mr. N. Moore, (1) a first-class detective. Detective Moore report s^l that the case of the Rev. Charles Merger, a Passionist-pries.t, residing at St. Brigid's Retreat; 'MaTrickvitte, had again croppid'up in an acute form. It would lie remembe...
Civil Servants and "The West" THe Kiss of Judas [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920
Civil Servants and 'The West' The Kiss of Judas A month ago there was hardly a Civil Servant in the State who did not regard the 'West Australian' as the oracle of truth — the very voice of God. Now what a change is here! At first seeming to sympathise with the Service cause, this sycophant sheet ensnared the confidence cf the now strikers. But after egging them on to the point of rebellion, it turns a complete somersault, and, ere forty winks have passed, is engaged in mobilising its forces for the annihi lation of all their hopes. So soon as the strike commenced that reptile creature of associated bossdom started a campaign of dis integration. Every feature of the Service case was distorted, in every possible way. Their contentions which the 'West' itself admitted to be sound and just, were twisted into every absurd and untenable shape imaginable. And now the Civil Service are realising what a venomous reptile the Press can be. We only trust that their members have sufficient pers...
Helena Vale BEAUTIFUL WEATHER—A GOOD PROGRAMME—AND INTERESTING RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920
Helena Vale BEAUTIFUL WEATHER— A GOOD PROGRAMME— AND INTER ESTING GRACING. The Helena Vale July meeting took place to-day in glorious wea ther. The track was in good going order, and the racing pioved very' interesting. In the Hurdle Race Rouleau lost his rider, and Mygales fell. 'Following are the results: — Bellevue Hurdle Race, of 90 sovs., second 15 and third 10 sovs. from stake; about two miles. E. W. Hocking's GOOP TURN. by Cobber-Spite, 10.1 (Leonard) ,1 Yarajidale, 10.4 (R. McCann) .'. 2 Miarnui, 11.0 (Pinkus) ? 3 Other starters: Rouleau, 10.13 (Warnamindieh Mygales, 9.0 (Btttr ler). ? Dividends (for 10/-): S.O., £3/4/- 1. place, 25/-. 19/-. Betting: 7 to 4 agst Rouleau, 7 to 2 Miarnui or Yarandaie, 4 to 1 GOOD TURN, 20 to 1 Mygales. ^ Won by a head, with lour lengths! between second and third. Time, 3 jnain. 59 sec. First Class Plate, of 100 sovs., sec ond 20 and third 10 sovs. from stake, six furlongs, -j - H. H; .Roberts' 'Bl^-RAliP- a FUii, by Fidelis-#try Canibfe, t* 8....
MIDLAND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920
? MIDLAND NOTES. Midland is perhaps the best breea ing ground in the State for mos quitoes, and should — with a continu ance-.oftpre^ejat CouijcU^incompet enoe], -sh5yir-a3giir perjeejuw^e^of mal teVia- iayCT ,CKSfesi ^ppnaraEiH does apfifi^jwe t|iope ofiferof theppuncil is $£)£ tretMb getg& r^i JPfce ^nrajvuto p^t,xan fce^settled fiio'rii off sitisific. £laq *Pompplsctf*y Afi&Q*' senmgof tanks and 'otter cjpiri' waters. The people of iLe district should awake, in their own interest, and get a Council with some con sider^tionripr the inhahrtants. ^ as 'Guildford's folly,' butted in on the National Anthem at last Mon -dax!s_ public. jneeting. in. .connection. With the SJ«rvice'TStrikcrt?r'aSfe^w1ie-~' ther 'there was any particular rea son why the teachers should not go back to work.' A scabby suggestion, and from an appropriate quarter! The dupes up Midland way that put the insuffer able Davies into Parliament have long since commenced to ask whe ther 'there is any p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920
W. Lean FINANCIER. BARRACK3TREET, PERTH. -r LOANS TO ANY AMOUNT. J. BALFOUR ' COMMISSION AGENT, MARKET-STREET, % FREMANTLE. I Communicate With Bobart. SALES CONDUCTED ?% at Shortest- Notice, by a Live, Cap able Auctioneer, with 20 years' Ex perience, who knows Values from A to Z. We also have a HOUSE, LAND and ESTATE AGENCY. If you want to Buy or Sell a Property, give us a calL v BULL AND CONWAY, AUCTIONEERS, HOUSE, LAND, and ESTATE AGENTS, 38 MARKET-STREET, FREMANTLE. ' 'Phone, 983. (Late of Ait.) GARRY STACK'S SAVOY CAFE, (Downstairs), *? Next Metropole Hotel, HAY-STREET. A Princely Meal at a Popular^ Price. STILL THE PREMIER TOBAC- * CONIST (Wholesale and Retail). J. GLEESON. 657 HAY-STREET, ' 247 WILLIAM-STREET. 63 BARRACK-STREET, PERTH. McCarthy's Hotel barrack3treet, perth. mrs^s. e. McCarthy, Proprietress. ; GLANVILLE'S LEMON HEADACHE. The Great Australian Remedy for ' Instant Relief and Speedy Core of all Headaches, Neuralgia, Tooth ache and Influenza. Rheumatism, Sciatica, ...
Pars—Pungent and Polite [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920
Pars — Pungent and Polite Mirror's Ballarat tip. — Relying on telegrams from Ballarat, The Mirror in last issue anticipated the result of the returning officer with a tip that McGrath wouid.win by a thousand votes. The final showed a majority of 1,016 over all oppon ents combined — the most convincing victory that a Labour man ever won in that city. w 9 ?m Here we are again ! The Univer sity Senate is to review the whole position of the University at the pre sent time, six Senate members, three professorial board members, three members of Convocation. Why do ' we find always the same set, the semper eadem of Battye, Andrews, Rile}', Saw, James, Sandover, and Somerville? What health can come out of this pernicious combination? They are, we are informed, to deal with site, buildings, and finance. Bj' the way, has Colonel Battye's £70 re port on the creepy Crawlay site ever been made public property? Cecil Andrews, Battye, and Sandover are surely well known enough reaction aries to mak...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920
FONTAINE'S TIP* Fremahtle's ^^^^ Leading :: Mercers, ^m^mi\ Tailors and Hatters sS/BF 93-95 High Street, rWBB FREJVUNTLE iHhH' Where^the Good Suits are !il»liii See our Big Range of ALL-WOOL iJPlftllJ AUSTRALIAN TWEEDS and SER HHii kHI GES, which came from the Austra iUJI nil **an Woollen Mills direct to us. WXjji Ha While the shipment lasts we will asM «H Build-to-Order for £7 10s. a First WK ro Class Tailored to Measure SUIT. ^QUj^ Fit, Style, and Workmanship Guar 63-95 HIGH STREET, Fremantle. You appreciate A Well Dressed ♦ . Woman „ . - How About - A Well Dressed House? YOU NEED Good furniture and Reliable and You Can See It Made at —THE MANUFACTURERS— NICHOLS & ETHELL Essex Street, Fremantle.
Helena Vale COMMENTS ON YESTERDAY'S RACING [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920
Helena Vale COMMENTS ON YESTERDAY'S RACING. Good Turn another good turn for Hocking, thanks to the VERY poor horsemanship of R. McCaun on Yar andale. Rouleau unseated his rider at the hurdle near the seven-furlong post. Had he not met with tols mishap he would not have had to Ire a cham pion to cakewalk this out. Mygales fell early in the piece. Very Faithful again beat Lock Master. 'Bill' Lean's gelding never had a look in with the daughter of Fidelis. Bardeur finished well into third position. The favourite, Rose mount, was never sighted. Peterwongie was the medium of solid support for the Second Class Plate, being backed from fours to 5 to 2. He was prominent to the turn, but could not come on at the finish. The winner turned up in Dell Rose, who was well backed at sixes. The Guildford Handicap only brought out five runners, Gold Coin, Azamor, Acclivity, Lord Strathburg, and Drumont being scratched. Tom Castro made most of the running, but at the home turn Lady AB. took charge an...
Eastern Racing RoseHill Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920
Eastern Racing RoseHill Sydney, Saturday. In fine weather this afternoon the Rosehill Racing Club's July Meeting was held. Following are the results: — HURDLE RACE, of 175 sovs.— Two miles. Gponangledene ? 1 Two Lights ? 2 Le Mattan ? 3 Betting: 7 to 2 agst Goonangle dene. FLYING HANDICAP, of 225 sovs. Six furlongs. Sweet Lady ? 1 Steelbrook ? 2 Myamble ? 3 Betting: 3 to 1 agst Sweet Lady. GRANVILLE STAKES, of 150 sovs. — Seven furlongs. Bundure ? 1 Galacre ? 2 Irish Eyes ? 3 Betting: 4 to 1 agst Suntture. MAIDEN NURSERY HANDICAP. — Of 200 sovs. Six furlongs. 1st Division. Easter Week ? 1 Marcinell ? 2 G.C.G ? 3 Betting: 6 to 1 agst Easter Week. 2nd Division. Stony ? I Ventrola ? 2 Miss Rylstone ? 3 Betting: 6 to 4 agst Stony. ROSEHILL HANDICAP.— Of 250 sovs. Evarte ? 1 Rualma ? 2 Perseus ? 3 Betting: 5 to 1 agst Ecarte. CARLTNGTON MILE.— Of 200 sovs. Lyndhurst Lady ? 1 Amber Rose ? ? -2 Iranian ? 3 Betting: 10 to 1 agst Lyndhurst Lady. Oaklands Hunt Cl«fe ~ ORIENS WINS THE HUEDLES....