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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

BEREAVEMENT NOTICE. Nurse Blake, of 15 Lane-street, and her daughter, wish to return THANKS to all kind friends for flowers, letters and telegrams.   Special Thanks to Dr. Hasley, T.   Walker, M.L.A., W. Siebenhaar,     R. Kierath and Mr. and Mrs.   Hugo Throssell in connection     with the death and burial of her father, Mr. Montague Miller.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Among the Faithful The"Workers" Tribute. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

Among the Faithful Tbis message has been reoetvea ? subjeet to the Post and Telegraph Act and Regulations. All complaints to, be adflreasflrt in writing to the Dafetty Post master-Genoral The'Worker's' Tribute.   The -'Westralian Worker,' of 5/11/20, said: 'Perth 'Truth' has lost the ser vices of its very able editor, Mr. E. T. Dunn. At present it is not known whether Mr. Dunn is re maining in Western Australia or not. Labourites will regret keenly any severance with the State, as   they have found the popular editor not only a fine working-class jour nalist, but 'a champion of the people in a hundred ways. His splendid services during the war will always be remembered with affection and gratitude.' What the 'Record' Recorded. In its issue of November 20 last, the W.A. . 'Record' thus expressed itself:— 'We are pleased to announce that Mr. E. J. Dunn's able pen will pursue its way in the West unim   peded — unhindered in the cause that he has a...

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

FOR ONLY £1 DEPOSIT HAWKINS' PRACTICAL LIBRARY OF ELEC- TRICITY. In ten handy pocket volumes it con- tains everything that is known about Electricity, from the Principles of Resistance to A.C. wiring calculations and the Instruction of an Automobile Self-strater. In thousands of well-printed, lucid pages and twice as many illustrations, the vast world of Electricity is exhaustively unfolded. £3 for such a Library is a sterling investment. To responsible persons anxious to secure a Set, yet unable to pay £3 down, AL BERT and SON, LTD., will supply the work on pay- ment of £1 deposit, balance to be paid in conveni- ent instalments. Ten Volumes (limp leather cov- ers), about 320 pages each, only £3. Only from ALBERT and SON'S ONLY ADDRESS IN PERTH. 180 MURRAY-STREET (Near Boans). Postal Address: Box 57, G.P.O. EVERYONE ENJOYS. . . CASTLEMAINE Beer and Stout

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Eastern Racing S. Aus. Tattersalls Adelaide, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

Eastern Racing S.Aus. Tattersalls Adelaide. Saturday. The SA. Tattersall's Club held a meeting at Morphetville to-day, with the following results: — Trial Stakes, one mile. — Tiscom, 1 ; Blankfil, 2; Miss Kerlie, 3. Divi- dend (for £1), £2/17/-. Summer Hurdles, about 2 miles. — Sandridge, 1; Allaru, 2; Venezelos, 3. Dividend (for £1), £2/17/-. Tattersall's Handicap, l½ miles.— Dim Laddie, 1; Wee Gun, 2; New Shot, 3. Dividend (for £1), £3/17/-. Juvenile Handicap, five furlongs — First Division: Bob Anton, 1; Sighter, 2; Worthyman, 3. Divi- dend for £1), £30/18/-. Second Division: Prince Aidis, 1; Raylen, 2; Kyklos, 3. Dividend (for £1), £2/5/. December Welter, one mle.— Nurse Cavell, 1; Wynette, 2; Stage girl, 3. Dividend (for £1), £8/12/-. Closing Handicap, five furlongs. — St. Speer, 1; Blue Bolt, 2; Boronia, 3. Dividend (for £1), £7/2/-.

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

BOOTY & Co. j   MAGNETS, DYNAMO, AND GENERATOR SPECIALISTS. MOTOR CAR ELECTRICAL WORK OUR SPECIALITY. SOLE AGENTS— AERO CARBURETTOR. The Petrol saver.   Note Address: 99 MURRAY-STREET. Phone 267J.   THE LARGEST HUDSON HIRE SERVICE IN THE WEST. Z E N I T H G A R A G E S U B I A C O (Cr. Hay-st. and Coghlan-rd.) . Five Hudson Super Sixes for Hire, Day or Night. Telephone A1892.

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Laths Laceration The Law of Libel and Some Comments [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

Lath's Laceration The Law of libel and Some Comments That it is easy enough to brief a lawyer to "go for libel," but a dash- ed sight harder to land a big wad of "damages" for the alleged lacera- tion of feelings, was again proven this week in the legal harangue— Lathlain .v "The Call." The "open letter" in question appears else- where in this issue, and may be per- used at the reader's leisure. As a prime sample of invective aimed at a limelight mayor of the "Bumble" type which Dickens revelled in word caricaturing, the article was one of the most scathing which has ever appeared in the Perth press. As a striking condemnation of Lath- lain's Mayoral conduct generally it is peerless. But it made no accu- sations which were not optically visible to the ordinary citizen from day to day. It made no charges that Our Chief Citizen had been dipping into the attenuated Coun- cil finances, or that he had em- ployed the Council's transport for collaborating with the genus flapper at the publ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
East-West Aviation Pioneers Puncture the Pessimists Great Flight by de Garis old Briggs Adelaide to Perth in Dag and Half [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 December 1920

East-West Aviation     Pioneers Puncture the Pessimists Greal Flight by DeGaris and Briggs     Adelaide to Perth in Day and Half The great outstanding merit of Mr. C. J. De Garis is that he says what he means, and means what he says. Last time he was over here he came by train, but on going away he said, "Next time I come over I'll fly across." In the mouths   of many well-meaning phraseologists that would have been the end of the "flight." Not so with DeGaris. He duly arrived at Belmont race course at 1 p.m. on Thursday to scheduled time per the air, thus be- ing the first to make the trans-Aus- tralian East to West flight. Lieut. Briggs, his pilot, is to be compli- mented not only on the big success of the flight, but also on the fact that, a stranger in a strange State, he appeared out of the clouds and made a splendid landing in a couple of minutes within 20 yards of the white sheet spread on the grass as a beacon ...

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

THE J. J. BENDON SHOE STORES, HIGH STREET, FREMANTLE.

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Swindles in Ships Fraud in Flannels—Where? "Some Foreign Country"? No ! Right Here in Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

Swindles in tShips Frail in Hinds-- Mere ? 'Smk fwttga until' ? Nt ! tigu Itreii Mstraiii. Turn up your Sunday Mirror oi November 13th last and earlier is sues. Commenting upon some of the ramps worked by American and British traders and upon their Gov ernments, during the war period, I wrote thus: 'The Sunday Mirror predicts that when the lid is lifted here the same swindles will be found to have been worked in all departments.' Melmoume 'Age'' of November 18th, gives some inter esting facts about some of our all wool patriots. Collins Bros. Pty. Ltd., Geelong, Victoria, accepted a contract to supply about two mil lion yards of all-wool flannel. They had supplied hundreds of thousands of yards before it was discovered that the alleged all-wool flannel con tained 10 per cent, of cotton, and that the warp and weft were below specification. Asked to explain, the firm knew nothing about it. Nat« urally they wouldn't. (The cotton broke into the factory and hid itself in the flannel whil...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Pars for Puritans. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

Pars for Puritans. - — u ? They call it the Basic Wage, be cause no really 'loyal' worker would be Base enough to demand it of his poor, 'strugglin* boss. Billy. Useless swears that even if profits and interests were added to wages, the total wouldn't amount to the sum arrived at as the Basic Wage by Billy's own Commis sion. But is that before, or after, watering the stock? What is freedom? ye can tell That which slavery is too well — For its very name has grown ^ To an echo of ycur own. 'Tis to work and have such pay As just keeps life from day to day In your limbs as in a cell For the tyrants' use to dwell. - — Shelley. Hoe-street Sarah is 'banging the drum' in defence of the discredited Claremont Asylum. What an obe« dient bosses' slavey our contempor ary is? No matter how striking a scandal The Boss gets mixed up in, Sal of the Sewer can be trusted to swallow the muck, and swear that- it doesn't stink a bit. Thoughts of recent Federal Arbi tration Court awards I with apolo gies ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

SILVER CITY. SILVER CITY. JJ£ £5Z^P MOROCCO. THE CITY OF MOROCCO. On the Riverside at the foot of William-street. DECEMBER 13 to DECEMBER 18 DECEMBER IS to DECEMBER 18 COME AND SEE THE GIGANTIC CHRISTMAS TREE From which Every Child Receives a Gift. ALADDIN'S CAVE. From which Every Visitqr. Reeeives a Gift THE BEAyTlfcUL SCENERY. Specially Painted for the Carnival by Perth Leading SceniQ Artist. ' Mr. Phil GoataheV ' THE HUGE DAN€Sf PL60R. Sheridan's Jazz Orchestra. THE NATIONAL DANCING CHAMPIONSHIPS. Entries Close December 11 THE PEDESTRIAN EVENTS On %-e£ia#y Constructed Cinder Track. The Best Runners in the State Competing. THE MUSICAL ENTERTAIN. ? MENTS. By Leading Artists. THE BRILLIANT ILLUMINA TIONS. THE NOVEL SIDE SHOWS. THE BAND CONCERTS, And the THOUSAND OTHER ATTRAC TIONS. Admission to Grounds: Children and Adults, 6d.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Manufacture of Lunacy THe Trapping of Sane People as Voluntary Boarders [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

Manufacture of Lunacy The Trapping of Sane People as Voluntary Boarders Under date August 20, 1917, 'Un- der Certificate' held the mirror up to the nature of lunacy in a letter published in the 'Daily Graphic' (London). Those Press and parlia mentary claquers for the existing order of things at 'Claremont and elsewhere should shut up their noisy garrulity and think a little on the awful possibilities buried away in the lunatic asylums — or gaols for lunatics for suspected lunatics^ — for that's what they are under our beautiful 'system.' Let the 'Grap- his' correspondent 'speak her piece.': — Sir, — As a patient 'under certifi cate' in one of the most approved private asylums in this country, and having noted that your journal has been more persistent than any other in the most righteous strug gle to set on foot a movement for the remedying of that monstrous evil, the Asylum System, I have some hope that you will find room in your columns for a letter on one aspect of the system -wh...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Dictatorship Act A Black List of Traitors [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

The Dictatorship Act A Black List of Traitors Federal 'Hansard' No. 57, at pages 691 1-12- is to hand. It con tains the infamous division list amongst our political' cannibals when 36 of the thousand a vear traitors flung Australia's common liberties into the dJtrt-box. The following 36 voted for The Dictator ship Act, which has taken the un hallowed place of the War Precau tions atrocity under which Hughes Pearce wielded so much despotic power against those politically op posed to them. Here is the black list of 36 traitors against the free dom of Australia. For the Dictatorship Act. Ayes, 36. BELL, G. J. BEST, SIB ROBERT BLUNDELL, R. P. BOWDEN, E. X. CAMERON, D. C. CHANTER, J. M. CHAPMAN, AUSTIN COOK, SIR JOSEPH COOS, ROBERT CORSER, E. B. C. FLEMING, W. M. FOSTER, RICHARD FOWLER, J. M. FRANCIS, F. H. GIBSON, W. G. GREENE, W. M. GROOM, L. E. HIGGS. W. G. HILL, W. C. JACKSON, D. S. JOWETT, E. LAMOND, HECTOR LISTER, J. H. LIVINGSTON, J. MARKS, W. M. McWTT.TJAMS, W. J. POYNTON, A. PRO...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

Visitors to Perth Should Stop at RAILWAY OR RECHABITE COFFEE PALACES. RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. Best Attention. Moderate Prices. Mrs. Chamberlain, Proprietress. At the Criterion Hotel, Hay street.— Swan Beer at its best. Reg Harrison, proprietor.

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The Sunday Mirror PERTH, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12th., 1920. "MOB RULE" Plute's Jaundiced Palaver [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

Che Sunday mirror We will speak out, we will be heard Though all earth's systems crack; We will not bate a single word, Nor take a letter back. Let liars fear, let cowards shrink, Let traitors torn away; (Whatever we have dared to think That dare we also say, We speak the;truth, and what care we For hissing and for scorn, While some faint frUmmttrinp we can see Of Freedom's coming morn ! PERTH. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12th.. 1920 'MOB RULE' Plute's Jaundiced Palaver This week some two thousand shop assistants - of both sexes in the Metropolitan Area of Wes tern Australia .assembled them selves and marched to Parliament House. They had an excellent pre cedent, for a like number of Civil Servants on a very recent date acted similarly, heads of depart ments participating. The shop as sistants had a very genuine griev ance; This is not saying that the Civil Service hadn't. The Legisla tive Assembly had passed a Bill giv ing the shop serfs a little more time for leisure and pleasure. The As sem...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

WHERETO BUY& SELL PROPERTY I I^JSJC^TD & 33&T-A.TE3 If you are looking for a House, Poultry, Pig, Dairy, Fruit, or Mixed Farm, Call and See ns. Send us particulars if you want to Sell. ? We will sell it. See our list of Vineyards on the Swan. Sole Agents for WJL Wild Flower Xmas Cards and Framing Panels, 6d to 4s. each. See the Pretties. A call casts nothing. IAN A. KENGHORN AND GILBERT, 36 BARRACK-STREET (First Floor). And at 68 8th. Avenue, Maylands. MAYLANDS. Bargain: 4-roomed w.b. House, plas tered, verandahs, washhouse, }- acre, elevated, 15 min. station, £300. £100 £100 deposit, 15/ weekly, no interest. MAYLANDS. BRICK VILLA, h rooms, hall, 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 A3896. J GOOD HOUSES. AT MODERATE PRICES, LOW DEPOSIT!, i AND EASY TERMS, FROM .; ACEIjIIVGr & OO-, j 117 BARR...

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'Their Marriage Lines' Stand & Deriver 'Em. federal Service Degradation (The Editor—Sunday Mirror). [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

Their Marriage lines' Stand & Deliver 'Em. federal Service Degradation. (The Editor— Sunday Mirror). Sir, — A most insulting request was made last week to the Federal civil servants; they were ordered to pro duce their 'marriage certificates,' which were to be sent to the Deputy P.M.G. for perusal. The authori ties found such opposition to this request that they modified their de mand somewhat, and allowed eacii branch to show them to the senior officer. This request was marked 'urgent' in big letters; evidently they expected the Eastern -States' officers to kick against it, and so a lot of officers were induced to 'hand them in quickly here before any news could come through from the East. If officers here had only waited a day or soi they would prob ably have acted differently, for on Sunday last a telegram came through from * the 'High Council,' advising all officers 'not to produce them.' This is a very -high-handed proceeding for the departments to take and should not b...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

WHERE TO SHOP AT MAY LANDS. You Get a Smooth, Comfortable ? Shave or Haircut from F. DORNAN, 'The Dugout' Saloon, 65 Eighth-ave., Maylands. Everything a smoker needs is stocked. No Expensive Stands and Stalls to Pay For. * DBAPEBT and DRESSMAKING. Cheapest and Better Than in City. Call and See Our' Stocks. Everything You Need at T. PXDGEON, GUILDFORD EDn MAYLANDS. (Off Eighth-Avenue.) The Beef of FRESH BREAD Daily to You Door. E. Bride RAILWAY TERRACE, MAYLANDS GROCERIES Delivered to Your Door at CITY PRICES. Foil Stocks of Latest Lines. Write, Ring, or CaiL James Mel n tyre Opp. Station, MAYLANDS. A GOOD LOAD OF WELL MIX ED and SEASONED WOOD. Delivered Promptly. Personal At tention. McCOY AND WOOD (Returned Soldiers). 8th. AVENUE, MAYLANDS. TERMS €ASH. . For Good Blacksmith and Plumbing Work, ' J. BLYTHE Guildford Road, Maylands. Near Seventh-Ave. Baths, Tanks, Windmills, Stoves Repaired. Bought or Sold. Where the Tender Steaks and Prime Joints Are: J. T. MELLEN, Opposite STATION, ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hoe-Street Hullaballoe To the Oilocrats Rescue! [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

Hoe-Street Hullaballoe \* — To the Oilocrats Rescue! By ifc* Sidewiid. When the Hoe-street harridan isn't game to go to Plute's rescue on the S.O. tote, it casts around for means to sneak a ticket on 'for a place.' Hoe-street was visibly agi tated durinsr the oast couple of weeks because the Oilocrats at Fre mantle had a vacuum in their offices — their meek and mild clerks and clerkesses having struck, or 'down- ed pens,' or whatever the equiva lent may be. It would be highly impolitic in Australia to stick up openly for the Vacuum Oilocrats, albeit they do hang the biggest Union Jack in the Commonwealth out of their front windows when ever a 'great general' or other brass-hatted parasite happens along in all the murderous panoply of his 'perfession.' For the Oilocrats are great . 'loyalists' — to King Spondulix and such satellites as George Rex and 'Tino of Greece — when there's any oof to be garnered concurrently with their particular brand of 'loyalty.' Unable to espouse the caus...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

Husbands and Children are Induced to^pend Their Leisure Time in an ATTRACTIVE HOME. Decorate the Walls of your home with Choice, Artistic Pictures obtained from A. MAYRHOFER & Coy. 669 HAY-STREET, PERTH. There is always room in a house for Good Pictures. They make a Home attractive. NO NICER PRESENT FOR A FRIEND Best and Cheapest Stock in Perth. All Artists' Materials Car ried. Photos or Pictures Framed. Tel. A1011. - Talking Machines - . - t All Kinds for Sale, Gramophones, playing flat records, £2 2s to £70. Edison Amberoles, playing cylinder -records, £16; flat ru.ords, double-sided, 3s 6d. We are landing a big lot for Xmas. Cylinder Records 3.= 6d each. We stock all in the Edison Catalogue. Monthly lists and complete catalogues posted to all who write for them. Main Springs and all Re pair Parts in Stock. All kinds of Talking Machines Repaired. Phonograph & typewriter Co., —1O Central Arcade, Perth.— YOUR FEET ARE GOOD FRIENDS. TREAT THEM WELL. Dr. ScHoll's Foote...

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