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Trade Reflections [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

Trade Reflections Recently godly Subiaco had* a contest as to which of two medio crities should occupy the job of fig urehead of its Council — which should be given the task of steering midway between the rock of 'hard' three per cents and the whirlpool of investing in any more Grund mann gambles. One issue of the election strangely enough was the question of opening local curb stone markets. . This was not openly stated, but the local Housewives League wanted to move in that dir ection — had done so tentatively as a matter of fact. And the market magnates took fright and bolted. Two of them (rival magnates, of course) decided to annex the rabbit fur, or whatever may be its equiva lent to the beloved gauds of Mr. Would-be Gawd Mayor Hathslain. Each took on the job because nei ther could trust the other — opposi- tion marketeers are so suspicious! The fight raged — perhaps as many as two men and an undecided but very dogmatic female occupied the spacious Town Hall (pardon — Coun- cil...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
"The Scene it was Kalgoorlie" Opening Speech. Gentlemen and Ladies [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

'The Scene it was Kaigoorlie' Opening Speech. Gentlemen and Ladies, — I have no policy, as you all know, but I reckon I'm on a good lurk if I put up the Empire stunt — they won't notice that the other bloke only hit up Lloyd George and his gang, and not the Empire — this ought to bring the returned sol diers anyhow. Ill tell 'em I never bothered to ask anyone to keep my seat warm — (it had grown darned cold as a matter of fact). Now a bit of the 'fought and died' stuff. Leave out the rights of small na tions, and democracy — somehow it don't fit in too well. Also don't mention Asquith nor General Hjj bert Gough nor Earl Grey's opinions of the people that the other bloke was kicking up about. Mustn't mention that Hugh's sons went away too, and the old man was very proud of them for it— -for he hadn't woke up to the 'joke' then. There is a dashed lot of 'mustn't' in this job, I can see. Anyhow, in other places the honest men were kicked out— by the use of camouflaging, so I reckon I c...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Military Frightfulness By British Brass Hats The Orgy in India, Egypt, and Ireland Dublin Castle's Hideous Record [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

Military Frightf ulness By British Brass Hats 1 The Orgy in India, Egypt, 1 and Ireland | Dublin Castle's Hideous Record I — O- Australians have never heard a tithe of the military hororrs com mitted in the name of Official Eng land since the Armistice. The 'great and glorious,' etc., has too stiff a censorship at headquarters for that. It was eight months before Amrit sar was allowed to leak out — and note how Official England in spots applauded the butcher Dyer. Every day we hear how the wicked Sum Feiners have wiped out some more of the hideous 'Black and Tan' criminal police — but we hear nary a word about the pains and penalties inflicted by these degen ates, causing the oppressed natives of Erin to turn and rend sections of their alien invaders. When we know that Dr. Mannix was forcibly pre vented from landing in his own na tive, land by persons who are aliens to it, we can surely take such a line as a guide and put the rules of evi dence across it. - In January last the Londo...

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

FRyMAWTTTi, #in Danger of losing your Sole, go ? to 0. H. OOPPEBWAin. BOOTMAKER, PACKENHAM STREET, TBEHANTLE. Itorge Stock of Watches, Jewellery, ?fed Plated Ware at our Spacious New PragfeeB, 131 WILXJAHSfBSET. Repairs Thoroughly and Quickly Done. MOBEIS MASKS. Jeweller, Waiehmaker, Importer. Late of Barrack-street. See my Display. ?very Sunday. FOB GOOD BREAD. CM. BEGAN. BAKER, EAST FREMANTLE. THE OCEANIC HOTEL, COTTESLOE BEACH. A Superlative -Residential Hotel. OEO. GBEENWELL, Proprietor. LET'S GO BOUND TO «The Cteo' oleopatba hotel, high-street, 'fremantlr Paddy Murray. Swan Ale. THE ESPLANADE HOTEL, FREMANTLE. Proprietor: TOM KELLY. (Late of the Grand Central, Perth.) BIST SPIRITS STOCKED. SWAN BEEB ONLY* i - HATE A SPOT? - LETS GO DOWN TO THE FREEMASON'S HOTEL, South Terrace, Fremanfle. ' Swan Beer and Other Dinkum Drinks. CHARLIE ROBINSON, Proprietor. WHEN OUT EAST CALL AT PLYMPTON HOTEL For Cheerful Refreshment. JIM DURKIN, Proprietor. TERMINUS HOTEL. PAGKENHAMSTREET. | FREM...

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

Robbins Bros. ADELAIDE CAFE. ♦ - 111 BARRACK-STREET, PERTH. Small Goods of Every Description. High Class Catering a Speciality. Tel. A3837. THE ARCADE STUDIOS (Established 20 Years). 'The Picture Framers, Photograph ers, and Photo Enlargers of the West.' CENTRAL ARCADE, PERTH (Opp. Railway Station). F. E. Swaine, Prop. WHEN IN PERTH CALL OVER TO Tower Hotel CHARLES ST., WEST PERTH, And your old friend Ernie hands out a welcome to you alL First-Class Residential Home. Cleanliness and Attention. E. McGrade, Proprietor. STILL THE PREMIER TOBAC CONIST (Wholesale and Retail). , J. GLEESON. 657* HAY-STREET, 247 WILLIAM-STREET. 63 BARRACK-STREET, PERTH. AGENT FOR QUEENS&ND'S GOLDEN CASKET ART UNIONS. J. GLEESON. C WHERE TO SHOP | IN ' MOUNT LAWLEY. B. McINTYRE, Family Botcher, 656 BEAUFORT-STREET, Opp. Lyceum Theatre. Best Quality Meat. Prompt Delivery. Call or Ring A2838. Our Home-cooked Goods, with Heinz Pickles make dainty eating. XVANHOE DAIRY PRODUCE, Waflcott & Beaufo...

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

v: fflotel Ritz ' ' .vj (NEXT DOOR TO HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE). Well Known Name in London, Paris, and New York. NOW OPEN TO RECEIVE GUESTS. Well-appointed Single Famished Rooms, with Attendance, 16s. -per Week. . Board and Residence from £2 10s. per Week. Lounge Bar and Gentlemen's Smoking Room now open on the Fint Floor. S. J. TRICKSY, Licensee. (Late of England and America), And t'n ' ytig*flJltT--'1 MCCARTHY'S Railway Hotel, Barrack St., Perth mrs. s. e. McCarthy, Proprietress. ' i'~ * THE PLAYGROUND OF THE WEST IS POINT WALTER. THE HUB OF POINT WALTER IS KELLY'S TEA GARDENS. Refreshments. Music. Dancing. FISH All Kings FISH THE SHOP WHICH HAS CAUSED PRICES TO DROP, UNIVERSAL FISH 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:...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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A SLOW SUMMONS. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

A SLOW SUMMONS. (To the Editor). Sir, — I took out a debt sumTons and paid 9s. for it on 0/11/20. A month later I called at the Beau fort-street Court to see abcut it. The summons was still lying there in a pigeonhole. The 'powers' apologised and promised immedi ate service. Two weeks more have gone, and there is no news. To whom am I to look for redress? — Yours, etc., J.H.L.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Slipshod and Insanitary. City Council's Comether [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

Slipshod and Insanitary City Couacil's Cometiier 'Cleanliness,' says a Mussulman proverb, 'is next to Godliness.' Our average City Alderman hasn't the reputation of being a literary ani mal. He probably has never read the Koran oor anything: be yond the City by-laws and the dailies. It would, perhaps, be wrong to credit him with a compre hensive knowledge of them; but to give him his due, he does his best according to his limitations, which in many cases ire severely drawn, to live up to fiis alderncanic trust. Part of this trust is to provide us with a clean city, and to take care that ugly plague spots are not per mitted to exist, and that the health of the citizens isn't endangered bv accumulations of filth and dirt. Of course the Aldermanic Trust some times (and then only when over zealous flat-headed incompetents have found their way to the Council table) imagines it should become a sort of corrective John Hop or pri son warder in the order of Civic Government, and then we get ...

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

IT'S LIKE THIS— Most people pay too much for what they buy cheap. This is par ticularly true of spectacles and eye glasses. It is a great mistake to wear spectacles that have not' been prescribed by a qualified optician. Mr. B., the optician, of the Royal Arcade, Perth, has the highest qualifications in the State, and is in a position to give his clients the E. T. JACKSON, Famishing Score, 234 Carr St., Leedervffle. Phone A2589. Cash or Terms. Bedsteads. Wire and Kapock Mat tresses, Linoleum, Lace Curtains, Quilts. Sheeting, Blankets, Bedroom and Dining-room Suits, Cane Furni ture, and GoCarts, etc. MD3LAND JUNCTION. j The Commercial Hotel i 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 AND SHOPS Midland Junction Aerated Waten Co., . '4 Newcastle Road..T«L US. I ? '''I BETTER & CHEAPER REPAIRS To Bikes, Meter OytUs, or Can. than - can be got in Perth. -...

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

Midland Notes Mrs. Clapp is a great admirer of v The Mirror; she says it is the only i paper worth reading. - Ask Dick Thompson what he got 1 for milking Paddy O'Mara's cow. * D. Linthorne and A. Diffen could '3 not have read the paragraph last -jj Sunday about the paint- and pow- a der dames. 'm Jim Murley must be one of the M most contented barbers in Midland. :M If you don't believe it, take a side :M view of him. . 3 ™. —°~ 1 They say it is a long lane with- j out a turn, but the Lane that goe» M to the Freemason's Hotel never de- '$ viates in his course. ? ^ o . -f| Midland is a great place foj^tausi- % cians. One professional whdfives 1 opposite the Town Hall first start- 1 ed with the comet, then when the ^ neighbours grew tired of that, he * thought he would try the mouth or- ^P gan; then, after a while he gave ^ th« tin whistle a go, but he soon I grew tired of that also, and his lat- 1 est is the accordeon. But things % -.TJ**0^?'** t*'55 kst couple of ; 1 nights. What's w...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Neglected Fisheries A SURE SOURCE—OF FOOD IN PLENTY—COULD BE TAPPED AT SMALL COST—WHILE MILLIONS ABE WASTED—ON WILD-CAT WHEAT LINES—IN HOPELESS COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

Our Neglected Fisheries A SURE SOURCE— OF FOOD IN PLENTY— COULD BE TAPPED AT SMALL COST— WHILE MILLIONS ABE WASTED— ON WILDCAT WHEAT LINES— IN HOPELESS COUNTRY. Our State is fitted with a vast, top-heavy wheat developing outfit. How many millions have been sunk in the wheat^growing industry is be yond reckoning, but probably the 'whole of the State's chronic deficit is attributable to the atrocious in terest bill on those millions. Some, indeed most, of that money was well spent. But a great deal of it should never have been spent by a State is so embryonic a stage of development as our own. There are hundreds of miles of railway through country which, good enough in its way, is not suitable, on the scores of rainfall, soil, and distance for settlement so long as equally good land, with more certain rain fall, and much nearer to hand, lay undeveloped along the route of pre viously existing lines. Every mile of those lines is a millstone round the country's neck. In return or this va...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Among the Unfaithful The Nincompoop Norton And His Pestilent Parasites The Inward Rottenness of "Irath" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

Among the Unfaithful tie Niicoapoop Norton AM lis P«stiiai Pinsites flK ttWOt MHCUKSS ?! 'TnA' Last week we presented to ota readers documentary evidence re vealing the faith in the editor of this paper held by persons whose - ODinions are worth having— fellow draftsmen mostly who are able to appreciate a fellow journalist. This imk we present a few items from Jhe itinerary of the unfaithful — or should it be the Hun-faithful— the dog-eat-dog section which is too low in principle to be classed1 amongst Jraman beings. The public has not yet had a glimpse at the official correspondence— by argent wire— which managed in less than a week ?to bundle Dunn out of a position he had held with great credit for over six years. And this in face of the fact that the urgent wire*. sizzling across clamantly proclaim ed him the only man in sight on 'Truth' circuit able to carry his neuritis to -Sydney at 36 hours' no ? tice and proceed to pull -Sydney 'Truth' out of the doldrums into .which the 'ge...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

GARRY STACK'S SAVOY CAFE, (Downstairs), Next Metropole Hotel, BAY-STREET. A Princely Meal at a Popular Price. Insist -on your Newsagent deliver-, ing your 'Sunday Mirror' early every Sunday. THE MOST COMMODIOUS HOTEL IN FREMANTLE. ?^?iftMBj^ffiMSffi ^l-^ *!Tf^i^:':'i*iL^ili:Sfe:j^''^^jT' ^ sEL *^BB^^BEw9Ea^SNHlDHflfl^BE9 * ' ' : ''? ? HOTEL ORIENT. TeL 638. ' _. « BEDROOMS. LARGE DININfrROOMS AND LOUNGES.

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Under the Lash VEAL FOR VICTORS. Coey Cops for Conquerers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 December 1920

( ' VEAL FOR VICTORS. Cosy Cops tor Conipierors. -Some of tie alleged democratic and Labour writers and Parliamen tary prosers arexinating a fuss be cause Baxter put' iis brother into 'a good job.' 'The waiter of this screed takes off his hat to the pri vate enterprise push -in Parliament. Whatever their faults at least, this one thing stands to their credit. When they nave the chance they stick t6 their friends and suppor ters-rand: their friends 'and suppor ters in consequence stick to them! Imagine a -general 'who not only re fused his troops aad officers the privilege of looting, but in addition gave the choice pickings to the men and officers of the enemy! How enthusiastically would his men sup port him on another occasion^ He would be very lucky even to get a second chance.' Most probablyihis troops would mutiny, * depose, - or string up their leader, and quickly seek another. And they would be quite right. The men who do the work deserve whatever loot, skin, beer, 'bacca, and...

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

Hake I No Mistakjell Hi 9 'Geraldi' Macaroni Company, 56 ESSEX-ST., FREMANTLE. We Manufacture /High-Class -'- Macaroni and Vermicelli, and - guarantee the purity and nutriti ous qualities of our goods. HOTEL F&EMANTIiE A Popular House for Residence and - 1' Refreshments. - BILLY BOULTER, ' The Cheery Proprietor. Clarendon Hotel FITZGERALD and JOHN STREETS, WEST PERTH. EMU BEER. W. BROPHY, Proprietor. The Federal Hotel f. FREMANTLE. GEO. JOHN, Proprietor. SWAN BEER ONLY. S. BEECROFT BUTCHER, 181 EOKEBY-ROAD, SUBIACO. ONLY PRIME FRESH-KILLED ,i MEAT SOLD. Phone 1341, City Hotel I CORNER KING and MURRAY STREETS. FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION AND LIQUORS. ~ Telephone, A40&4. ~ JACK RODGSRS. A FINE SUBURBAN HOUSE, v NOaWOODl HOTEL _ Lord Street, Close to. Loton Park. SPECIAL PROVISION FOR , MOTORISTS. . A. E. DOUN, Proprietor. i Holel Kalpflie CORNER LORD and WELLING- 1 TON STREETS. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION. ;:i Wines and Spirits True to Label. ? * F. HINDS, Proprietor. -^ theT...

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

Boxing The Naval and Military Boxing Tournament, conducted at the Fre mantle Town Hall on Wednesday evening last, resulted as follows: — — o— Under 6st.: W. Ryan (Navy) v. J. Foley (Military). Ryan took the deoson on points. Under 7st.: L. Street (Navy) lost to Cavanagh (Military) by a small margin of points. — o— Under 8st.: Wright (Navy) de feated his military adversary, Mon crief, after a fine exhibition. Under 9st.: McKee (Navy) v. Weir (Military). The army' repre- sentative's aggressive tactics secur ed him the decision. Under lOst.: Soldier Hunt lost to the naval boxer through the deliv ery of one of the 'not allowed' punches. Special: McLeod (Navy) lost to Wilson (Military), the latter's clever footwork proving a valuable asset throughout. Over lOst.: W. Wallwork (Naval) v. Turner (Military). This proved an interesting bout, Wallwork tak ing the points and the decision. Under lOst.: Jones (Navy) proved far too scientific for the military man. Malpne. Over lOst.: Fuller (Navy)...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

? FBEMANTLE. . If in Danger d losing you Sole, go to 0. H. COPPBRWAIM, - BOOTMAKER, u PACKENHAM STREET, FREMANTLE. FOR GOOD BBEAD. .j? '. ~ CM. BEGAN. -; BAKER, r EAST FBEMANTLE. ' THE OCEANIC HOTEL, COTTESLOE BEACH. A Superlative Residential Hotel. GEO. GBEENWELL, Proprietor. XETS^l BOUND TO ^'Tfae Cleo' - CLEOPATRA HOTEL, HIGH-STBEET, FBEMANTLE. Paddy Murray. Swan Ale. , THE ESPLANADE HOTEL,, - FBEMANTLE. Proprietor: TOM KELLY. -(Late of the Grand Central, Pertiu BEST SPIRITS STOCKED. SWAN BEER ONLY. HAVE A SPOT? LET'S GO DOWN TO - THE FREEMASON'S HOTEL, South Terrace, Fremantl*. ** Swan Beer and Other Dinkum Drinks. CHARLIE ROBINSON, Proprietor. * ? ? . WHEN OUT EAST CALL AT RYMPTON HOTEL ** ' For Cheerful Refreshment JIM DURKIN, Proprietor. TERMINUS HOTEL, _; PACKENHAM-STBEET, '*'?' FBEMANTLE. jtoan Beer. Good Service and Resi dence. TOM STACK, Proprietor. - HIS MAJESTY'S HOTEL, ? FBEMANTLE, Residential HoteL * Night Porter. NED STACK, Proprietor. HATIONAL HOTEL ^ - FBEMANTLE. M...

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"Loyalist' Lucre Pelf in Profusion NOT FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES. THE CASE OF THE ZOO. AND THE MINERAL BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

loyalist' Lucre Pelf in Profusion NOT FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES. THE CASE OF THE ZOO. AND THE MINERAL BATHS. One of the finest public utilities of WA is the South Perth Zoo. In it you find a collection of animals, birds and plants that certainly is not excelled in Australia. The col fection-of eucalypts is considered to be the finest in the world The attractions onerea «j v^»^ ren include pony ndes, J™11^*' 'ocean waves,' absolutely free of charge. Hot water and tennis courts are free to adults also. Some where about 95.000 people visited the 3oo last year. Mr. Le Souef lec tures to between three -and four , thousand yearly, giving them nature studies, and illustrated by the ac tual animals and plants. It has taken years and plenty oi hard work by the man in charge to .. create the present-day Zoo. For tunately, for W.A., Mr. Le Souef is that rare combination— a civil ser vant whose delight is in his work, and who possesses the true public -spirit. ' He tries to give W JV. citi zens the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

COMMERCIAL HOTEL FREMANTLE, The Port's Leading Hotel. JOE STRONG, Proprietor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

JONES-fngWs Best Machine «j^Stt^^^jg|||^p NO PROFITEERING. MKj^EtB^^g|flHH our price, ^^hS|^HEB^D9|^HH Cash or Terms, ?HMJ|BBIBHh1«8»W For this high-grade Sewing Ma ?^E£5S918i«IIH!Hfl^HI -^ne 's 25 per cent, 'less than ^?^^39|H|Bs9j[ai9^H| others are asking for the only ^BfiB2iB«89^lfflfil other machmc that can be class BjBBB^igaf5HpM|j||^^P ed with a Jones. J. A. THOMSON Co. Ltd 209 Mirrtf St. Pern 54 Biffe St., Freawilc ,_ [?]

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