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Where to go To-day Canning Bridge and Applecross. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

Where to go To-day Canning Bridge and Applecross. By /ferry boats leaving Barrack-st. Jetty at 9.15, 1050, 11, 1150 ajn., 1250, 150, 250, 3, 350, 4, 550, 7, 8, 10.15 p jn. Rottnest.— Boat leaves Perth 10 ajn. Point Walter— ex Perth boat, 1050 and 3 p.m.; ex Fremantle, trams every half hoflr. Kelly's Tea Cabaret. The Zoo. Open all the afternoon. By ferry from Barrack-street. Esplanade^ — Wl. Socialists. Evening. RoyaL — 'The Thoroughbred.' Princess, Fremantle.— 'Woman & Wife.' Government Gardens. — Perth City Band. Shaftesburyv— Peter Brookes and Pictures.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

BOOTY & Cp. MAGNETS; DYNAMO, AND GENERATOR SPECIALISTS. MOTOR VCAR ELECTRICAL WORK OUR SPECIALITY. SOLE AGENTS— AERO CARBURETTOR. The Petrol Saver. Note Address: 99 MURRAY-STREET. Phone 2673. THE LARGEST HUDSON HIRE SERVICE IN THE WEST. ZENITH GARAGE SUBIACO (Cr. Hay-st. and Coghlan-rd.). Five Hudson Super Sixes for Hire, Day or Night. .Telephone A1892.

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FELICITATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

FELICITATIONS. — if— - Mr. Chas. Wilson, Pier-street, writes: — 'May I also tender felicita tions to The Mirror and its new editor. Western democracy could Jill afford to lose sovdoughty a cham pion as E. J. Dunn. Eloauent of tongue, brilliant, versatile, almost anatomical of pen, it is indeed diffi cult to conclude wherein Mr. Dunn excels most— on the public platform or in the editorial chair. A born logician, he fearlessly wields the broad sword of logic — with voice and quill. Yet, above and beyond all stands his splendid Australianism — the spirit and sentiment of this young giant and in its dawning nationhood 'that the un-Australian element amongst us would ever seek to stifle. Wishing you all success.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

b - BEADS. BEADS. I Womcl you like to be different lom other women? Then get some BRINOID BEADS. All colours, SoV length of string made to your janier. British made. Bpinest Stock and lowest prices WWA. ; ' ? loTCHELL, CENTRAL ARCADE f^XWeffington-street Entrance). Eto Not Fail to See these BEADS. | . 'CARN BREA.' |-Overloking Nthe Swan, at Kirk lam Hill Terrace, Maylands, is f&ara Brea.' Nurse Weaver's, de jghtfully situated Maternity Hos Ktal. It commands a splendid new from its position of the coun ay for miles around, and has a first Charge upon the sunshine in Win |-r and the cooling breezes of Sum mer. The accommodation has |ben laid out on a generous scale femeet the requirements of clients, md is of. a superior quality. We i& assured by our special reporter pit 'Carn Brea' is a delightful Mace for a rest on occasions, and [pit Nurse Weaver knows how to jjoifp her clients at home. T ' ? Ik/ MILLINERY ARTIST. I LA NON PAREILLE, iMADAM LOUISE (Late of Mel |p; bo...

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THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

THEATRE ROYAL. Australians should not miss 'The Lure, of the Bush?' Especially out back men who know real station life and some first-class, photography. Plenty stoush too. ' The kangaroo hunt is the finest thing in Australian films yet. Real buckjumpers, too. No tame circus stuff about this. The plot unfolds naturally, and is a very welcome change .from the second rate cowboy and bad man films so often inflicted on Perth. The Sun day Mirror compliments the man agement for its featuring of a truly Australian picture. It will hasten the time when a lot of imported rubbish will -be kept elsewhere and not foisted upon lovers of their own country— Austialia.

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MORE "FREEDOM." In South. Ireland. London, Dec. 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

MORE 'FREEDOM.' In South. Ireland. London. Dec. 11. The Government has proclaimed martial law in South Ireland. Lloyd George says he is anxious for peace, ; but can never recognise the Sinn ..'.. Fein Parliament. Those who des pise lawnorder will be broken piece meal.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

' TROTTERS FOR SALE. At POT'S, 80 JAME&ST., The following well-known per formers: — Baydex, Mahomet, , Miss Dora, Lady Unis, Una BeEs, Colin, Ostic, St. Peter, Lincoln's Baby. The greatest opportunity ever of fered in Perth to secure a. really payable trotting proposition. All descriptions of Horses and Vehicles on Hire or for Sale. Harry Smith ALL EVENTS. Loud Odds and Civility. ERN BRIDE, . Mayiands. ALL EVENTS. Enclosure All Trotting Meetings. Ring A2852. PatHdy All Events ^ TATTEBSALLY CLUB, PERTH.

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ON THE RAIL. Dr. Clune's Tactics. London, Dec. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

ON THE RAIL. Dr. dune's Tactics. London, Dec. 10. The R.C. Archbishop of Perth .1 seems persona grata with Lloyd 1 George.' The Prime Minister has had two earnest conversations with j Dr. Cluhe, wherein the disorder and j anarchy in Ireland was mutually de plored. It is hoped that the good offices of Dr. Clune will lead to an early, settlement.

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

FISHER BEARD & Co. ? : ? Adelaide Street, Fremantle. ? - — ?—— READ THIS LIST OF GENUINE VALUES IN ' SUMMER DRESS GOODS. SUMMER DRESS GOODS. SUMMER DRESS GOODS. SUMMER DRESS GOODS. PxlcM have suffered real reductions, and the qualities of these offerings are of the highest stand ard. Don't hesitate. Come early to inspect and make your purchases. FLORAL VOILES.— Thousands of these Beautiful Voiles, in very pretty exclusive designs and colourings. Usual price, 6/11 yard; Sale Price, 3/11. PRINT DEPARTMENT. Light Ground CAMBRICS, 32in. These are the best quality Brit ish manufactured cloths. Net designs. Absolutely best wash ing cloths. Usual price, 2/6 yard; Sale Pace, 1/6 yard. A REAL PLUM. 50 Pieces of 42in. White RACQUET CLOTH. This cloth is similar to a Gaberdine, but much heavier. It will boil,. and does up really beautiful. To-day's honest value of this Une is 7/6 yard; but as our stocks are very heavy, we have decided to sell a V limited quantity at Sale Price, 3/11 yar...

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PLUMBERS' DISPUTE. Work on Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

PLUMBERS' DISPUTE. \3 ? Work on Monday. The Plumbers and White Metal Workers' Dispute in the W.A. Met- -. ropolitan Area was settled on Sat urday morning. The former agree to accept Judge Burnside as arbitra- . tor and to abide by his Honour's ? decision. The latter agree to Judge Burnside sitting as adjudicator and taking evidence from both sides. These sittings will take place on ' Tuesday. On Monday work will be resumed. .

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

SAFE, QUICK, ENJOYABLE MOTOR RIDING. ASK FOR PHIL RYAN, G.P.O. MOTOR RANK. Tel. A3488. Garage Tel. A1927. Get a Car from Phil Ryan. FOR A COOL BRINE, DELICI OUS TEA, COFFEE .andDAIHTY REFRESHMENTS, JONES' MARBLE BAR, '426 WELLINGTON-STREET. OPEN SUNDAYS. Get a Fine Reliable Turnout and Enjoy Your Outing at POT'S. 80 JAMES4STREET. Consult Foy if you wish to Buy, Sell, or Exchange Horses, Vehicles, or Harness. You will save money. COMO, CANNING BRIDGE and APPLECROSS FERRY SERVICE BOATS LEAVE PERTH Saturdays: 750, 950, ajn, 1250, 150. 3, 4, 5.15, 6.15, 8, il.15 p.m. Sundays: 9.15, 1050, 11, 1150, sun.. 1250, 1.03, 250, 3, 3.30, 4, 550, 7, t. 10.15 pjm. (See 'West Australian' fox Daily Service.) Retain Fan, 1/6. SWAN RIVER FERRIES LTD. Telephone A4512. 'Don't hesitate, get the Sensible Habit of coming to Nedlands Baths for a swim. Easy to get at. All requisites for bathing can be hired at baths. Everything Bright Clean. All the Jolly Girls are here. Proprietor, A. W. Lennox, late 6 year...

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"APPLAUDED." Before the Crash. Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

'APPLAUDED.' Before the Crash. ; Melbourne^ Saturday. The Prime Minister was loudly ap plauded last night when addressing a meeting of city merchants. He said a grave financial crisis could only be averted by increased pro duction. Later on even this plati tude failed to appease some of the audience when he forecasted an in come tax of 25 per cent, on a cer tain class of income as one method to stave off the 'dreaded crash' in Treasury circles.

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The Very Latest CHEEK BY DEPUTY. An Individual Responsible. London, Dec. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

The Very Latest (By Cable and Wire). CHEEK BY DEPUTY. An Individual Responsible. London, Dec. 10. A Japanese military commission in Manchuria recently forwarded an impudent note to a Canadian mis sionary, in which he was ordered to 'get out at once under severe pains and penalties. The Japanese Gov ernment now explains that it could not help the unpleasant incident, for which an individual officer was solely responsible.' . * --?

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Trotting LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

Trotting . LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS. State Handicap, of 50 sovs.; nine furlongs (2.47 to 2.35). Mr. J. Simmons' ch g Emerald, by Emous— Greenland, 60 bhd. (Simmons) ? 1 Fluffy, 125 bhd. (Abbott) .... 2 Morwyn, 75 bhd. (F. C. Thomas) 3 Other starters : Rainbow,, scr. ; Leslie Wilkes, 5; Wallace Queen, 45; Brown Hawk, 50; Little Possum, 65; Dick Wilkes, 105; Lord Cleve, 120. Betting: 6 to 4 on Emerald, 3 to 1 agst Wallace Queen, 6 to 1 Fluffy. Dividends: S.O. (for 10/-), £1/3/-; -place (for 5/-), 6/, 9/, 16/. Won by seven yards, with 60 yards between second and third. Leslie ?Wilkes was fourth, and Wallace Queen fifth. Time, 3 min. i sec. Rates, 2551, 2511, 2.411. Belmont Handicap, of 60 sovs.; one 'mile and a quarter (scratch mark 2.35). Mr. 'J. Rupe's' blk m Mayfield, by Fairfield— Picotee, 20 bhd. (Clarke) ? 1 Pasha's Beauty, scr. (Taylor) .. 2 Relic, scr. (Craven) .'. .. .. .. 3 Other starters: Caress, 5; Countess Land, 15; Sandspeed, Prince Mauri tius, 20; Divine Bells, Palm Bearer, ...

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LIVELY ELECTIONS. Indian Disorders. Delhi. Dec. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

LIVELY ELECTIONS. Indian Disorders. Delhi. Dec. 10. Delhi has been proclaimed a pro- - bibited area, owing to election law lessness. Polling stations were at tacked, and would-be voters badly handled. The streets are under the rule of King Mob, and voting is im possible. Love of Empire seems at a discount here.

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"ACCEPTS RESPONSIBILITY.' Coffin Ships Scandal. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

'ACCEPTS RESPONSIBILITY.' Coffin. Ships ScandaL Sydney, Friday. Arthur Mayoh, of the Bumside and Braeside wooden ships scandal, gave evidence to-day. He accepted full responsibility on behalf of Kid man and Mayoh. They knew noth* ing about shipbuilding, and the foreman had no doubt made mis takes. Some of the fastenings re quired were^ impossible of placing according to plan. As to the dum my bolts he fek much aggrieved, as no instructions were given for their use.

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

Answers to Correspondents. M.B.: 'You. say you are lonely and find no interest in life. Well, put up at one of the wowser lodging houses in Perth. You will have plenty of company at night. You will get quite interested trying to catch them by matchlight.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rowing PACE OR STYLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

Rowing PACE OR STYLE. It was once written of a promin ent cricketer that he sacrificed 'safety' for 'style.' It might well Tae observed that one style of row ing coaching in this State, the or thodox stvles of New South Wales and Victoria, is one which sacrifices ? pace for style. For years and years New South Wales and Victoria were ' considered the home -of rowing, par ticularly Victoria. Perhaps there were other reasons besides the style of rowing practised to account for this, as, for instance, the States in , question have a large number of ; oarsmen to select a representative crew from1, whereas the smaller States are very often compelled to ^fcbose their 'representative crews afcfrom less than twenty men, but al ter allowances for all such circum stances operating in the older ?States, beyond sftadow of doubt ? their rowing supremacy of pre vious years was maintained- by trie method of rowing adopted, which in Victoria is called 'the old style, ' while we in Western Australia...

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

Swimming Notes. Maylands. Swimming and Life Sav ing Club raced over a distance of 50 yards on Sunday last. The results were: — Seniors: — N. Hutchinson,- 3 sec, 1; H. Stewart, scr., and A. Ellard, 7 sec, dead heat. Juniors: — J_-Healy, 1 sec, 1; N. Bowra, scr., 2; C. Stewart, 4 sec, 3. The programme on Sunday will be a 100 yards' race r;-r Seniois, d.id a 75 \-.t.-«!.s ra,i !.»r Juiu-jis Some of the Maylands swimmers seem to have bad luck in not get ting prizes after -winning them. Here are three of the prize-winners who did' not get their prizes: — N. G. Hutchinson, won Junior Handicap on 28th February, during the Inter state Carnival at Claremont; H. C. Stewart, 2nd in 440^ yards' State Championship held at Guildford on 26th January; A, Ellard, 2nd Junior Handicap at Belmont Swimming Sports, late last season. As none of these swimmers got their prizes to date it is up to the clubs men tioned to come to light. The above swimmers seem to be in good form this year,- as last Sunday's ...

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Rottnest. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

RottnesL (By a mirror' Mae). The Metropolis has- a fine asset in the historic island that cuts off the sky-line -from the seaside suburbs. A long trying summer like ours de mands plenty of summer relaxa:'; tions, and riven ocean, beaches, and islands can hardly be overdevelop ed in the endeavour to provide this real 'necessary commodity,' and Rottnest certainly deserves its share of encouragement. The Rottnest Board of Control, which runs the show from the holi day:makers' viewpoint, has. done a good deal to make things very easy. The finished quarters — camps, bun galows, cottages, and flats — are as complete as anybody could wish in all ordinary household requisites. You even get real water out of taps, and a real sanitary service with, chain attached. You bring nothing but your knives, forks, sheets, and bathers, and you're set up ju6t as though you'd brought your hose with you. You get your store — run by the Board — which isn't outrageous in the matter of prices, and, which als...

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