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

HAWKINS' PRACTICAL LIBRARY OP ^LEC TRICITY. In ten handy pocket -vbiames4- it oon ?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 .nient 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. ; 160 MTJRRAY-STBEET (Near Boans). Postal Address: Box 67, G.P.O. EVERYONE ; ENJOYS... CASTLEMAINE Beer and Stout I EVERYONE j I ENJOYS... CASTLEMAINE Beer and Stout Mr 1 ^ X JL A ? JJPe optician Means Buckeridge, ~ F.O.O.. F.S.M.C., D.8.O.A., F...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
"MENTAL AGES" Some Startling Revelations Concerning Minds of Prestitutes [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

'MENTAL AGES' Stite stOTiliiii Rev clalieos eractniag Mitfs ?( Pns- ' Miles A recent issue of the. 'Appeal to Reason' contained an analysis, by a mental expert, of the brain pans of physical prostitutes and people of a Hke nature. The analysis of the brain of a mental prostitute has not yet been attempted, although the genus is more numerous than that of .the fallen female of the red light areas of the world. However, the analysis we have referred to is arresting in its revelations, showing conclusively that brains and prosti tution -do not go hand in hand in any shape or form. The Journal of Delinquency, pub lished by the Whittier* Reform School of California, gives ' some in teresting facts concerning mental tests- upon -a group, of prostitutes confined in the city gaol of Louis ville, K. ''These women had been arrested as street solicitors and in mates of disorderly houses, and were being held as ^nenaces to the public health. They were all under going treatment for venereal dis ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Appreciation BY IRISH NATIONAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

An Appreciation BY IRISH NATIONAL ASSO CIATION. . Mr.-Jas.-S. Dowung- hon. secre 'tary of : the Irish- National Associa tion of West Australia, forwarded the following letter to Mr. E. J. Dunn, under date 10/12/f20:— 'Dear Sir — At a. recent meetine of the Irish National Association, held in Perth, I was desired to convey to :you the following resolution, which was carried with acclamation: 'That the I.N.A., on behalf of the Irish citizens of Western Australia ,* beg to place on /record their deep and abiding appreciation of Mr. E._ J!. Dunn's magnificent services render ed to the Irish' r cause during ' the many years he occupied with sucn marked ability and distinction the position of editor of 'Truth.' ' Seldom have I penned lines with greater pleasure, for your able ef forts on behalf of our outraged mo therland and^people shall be long re membered by the Children of the

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Under the Lash SAMUEL'S SCARIFICATION. Of Bludgeoning War-mongers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

[?] SAMUEL'S SCARIFICATION. - Of Bludgeoning War-mongers. — \j— The following from the pen of Sir 'Herbert Samuel, Chief Commis sioner for Palestine, written dunng the height of the Great War, 'ex plains how the English people had not to bear the brutal tyranny in flicted by Hughes on Australians— TLhere may oe cases m.w*mj*# ?»«».. - most patriotic service a good citizen ?cotM render in time of war would 'be to denounce those who were re sponsible . for the policy, and to .rouse public opinion to demand a -~: speedy peace. But if the principle were accepted that any opposition - when once the , State has gone to war was to) be regarded as treason able, and was to be put down with a firm- hand, there would be no means of informing the nation of the ^ facts, of grieving the blunder, and retracing tne false step. If opposi tion to a war policy, may sometimes be right, who then, unless the na tion itself, is to say when it ? is right? From the men actually in potfrer an impartial judgm...

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

At the Criterion Hotel, Hay street.— Swan Beer at its best. Reg Harrison, proprietor. Visitors to Perth. Should Stop at RAILWAY OB EECHABITE ' COFFEE PALACES. RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. Best Attention. Moderate Prices. Mrs. Chamberlain, Proprietress. Husbands and Children are Induced to Spend Their Leisure Time * in an ATTRACTIVE HOME. Decorate the Walls of your home with Choice, Artistic Pictures obtained from A. MAYRHOFER & Coy. 659 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. Td. A1011. . -Talking Machines - ^AU Kinds for Sale, Gramophones, playing flat records, £2 2s -to £70. Edison Amberoles, playing rylinder records, £16; fiat rc.ords, double-sided, 3s 6d. We are landing a big lot for Xmas. Cylinder Records 3s 6d each. We stock all in the Edison Catalogue. Monthly lists and complete catalogue...

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

762 Hay Street, PertH (next Wesley Ch«rcH). ^ 79 Market Street, Fremantle Tel. A3O41 ? ? . ? . ? Tel. BO91 A Full Upper or LoWer Denture e- £2:10:0 = Absolutely Painless Extractions.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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The Sunday Mirror PERTH, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 19th., 1920 Berating a Jury Chief Justice's Peculiar Dictum [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

CIk Sunday mirror We will speak out, we win be heard Though an earth's systems crack; We will not bate a single word, Not 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 glimmerings we can see Of Freedom's coming morn! PERTH. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 19th., 1920 Berating a Jury Chief Justice's Peculiar Dictum The Chief Justice, Sir Robert Mc Millan, appeared on Wednesday in a new role, when he publicly be. rated the jury which tried the is sues in the libel actfon, T^t-Main v. the 'Call' newspaper, and then fol lowed up his lecture by awarding the plaintiff costs in the cause, al though the verdict of the jury was the contemptuous one of a farthing. A blind man could- TiaW: noticed during the proceedings how heavily his Honor leaned towards Mr. Lath lain, and how the two of them, aid ed and abetted by Sir Walter James, appe...

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

The West Australian Trotting Association (Incorporated.) Christmas Trotting' Carnival — — DECEMBER 27 & 29 ? — JANUARY 1 & 3 1921 ? TOTAL STAKES, £3,600. ? ' * A. R. FLINT, Secretary. TATTERS AJCI/S Monster CONSULTATIONS WE COMMUNICATE WITH HOBABT. CHAS. WATSON & CO., PERTH ?f ' ABSOLUTELY NO REPRESENTATIVES. Have You Got a Chart ? Railway StaRes and PertH Gtip The 'W IKKJBLE, Fremantle Sufficient Address: 'W' DOUBIrE, FBEMANTLE: SAYOY HOTEL This Modern. and Most Elegantly-Furnished and ? Up-to-Date Hotel is cotnplete in 'every detail, and under its capable manage ' ment the Comforts of a Perfect Home are Assured. The Cuisine ? and Service will compare favourably with any Hotel in England, America, or the Continent. Ring 'Phone A1047, or Telegraph - ; 'SAVOY HOTEL, PERTH.' /.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, ...

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

I ftftfcftE TO BlJY &SELL PROPERTY | X--AJM33 & ESSTJ^TB' If yon 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 costs nothing. 1AH A. KXNGHORN AMD GILBERT, SB BARRACK-STREET (First Floor). ~.^ _,_ „ And ** *® 8**1- AY6?1^ Maylands. MAYLANDS. MAYLANDB. Bargain: 4-roomed w.b. flouse, pks- BRICK VILLA, 5 rooms, hall, tered, verandahs, washhouse, t- every convenience, lawns, high posi iss? Ik??. ««i t^*w- *». ***** ^ ** *ms »? weekly, no interest. ranged. Pall Particulars to bona-fide buyers. Apply— SHEAftN'S IMPERIAL LAND AGENCY OPPOSITE STATION, MAYLANDS. telephone :'UM. j GOOD BOUSES, AT MODERATE PRICES, LOW DEPOSITS, AND EASY TERMS, FROM . 117 iBARRACtSTREET, PERTfi We Buyt Sell, Collect, or Pay Oirt lot you. 'Arrange Auctions, and...

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Turf & Trotting Tattle [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

Turf & Trotting Tattle (By 'Cricklewood, Jun.') Next meeting in Perth, Monday, 27th, when the Annual Carnival commences. The W.A. Derby and Karrakatta Plate to be decided on that date. \j ? Jolly Cosy is reported to have 'come good' again, since the price lengthned, and this has renewed in terest in the Blue Riband. Connolly's filly is now favorite for the classic event at two's. Prices on offer about the others are: — 9 to 4 agst Skysail, 5 to 1 Queen Post, 6 to 1 Fargo or Mountain Heath. Bookmakers intending to bet at the W.A.T.C. Carnival must take out their licenses by 4 pjn. next Wed nesday — 70 guineas for enclosure; 35 for Leger. 'Bill' Grenike is back from the East. . ' Affaire de Joie will win another. Burniaco improving. Mountain Heath won nicely at Belmont, and must be given an un deniable chance in the Derby. Bob Capture was backed for a 'parcel' at Belmont. Lady Gamma petered out down the straight. Lock Alma showed some of her old dash for four furlongs in the S...

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

Boxing After figHting eleven strenuous rounds, champion Dempsey adminis tered a sleeping draught to Bren nan in their recent New York bout. Brennan stood up -and took his medi cine without pulling a face, but nev ertheless he was out-fought. ' We favour Dempsey in opposition to the clasSy Frenchman when the pair meet. Great disappointment was evinc ed by fight fans and promising cham pions when it became known that the boxing contests which had been decided on to take place at the Sil ver City during the festive week had had to be abandoned. Montv Alurton will exhibit his ring craft at the Esplanade Gardens on Thursday evening, 23rd. inst.. oppos- . ed to Frank Graham, the Fremantle State heavyweight champion. Fans who witnessed the previous encoun ter of these' naval boxers have long been looking for a return fight, and express great confidence in Murtoh's ability to whip the Encounter sailor. Negotiations are proceeding for a match between Carpentier and Tommy Burns. Finality has ...

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

SAFE, QUICK, ENJOYABLE MOTOR RIDING. ASK FOR PHIL RYAN, GP.O. MOTOR RANK. . Tel. A3488. Garage Tel. A1927. Get a Car from Phil Ryan. FOR A COOL DRINK, DELICI OUS/TEA. COFFEE .and DAINTY / REFRESHMENTS, JONES' MARBLE BAR, 426 WELLINGTON-STREET. ' OPEN SUNDAYS. Get, a Fine Reliable Turnout and Enjoyi Your Outing at POTS, 80 JAMES-STREET. Consult Foy if you wish to Buy, SelL or Exchange Horses, Vehicles, or Harness. You will save moa^y. COMO, CANNING' BRIDGE and APPLICROSS FERRY SERVICE BOATS LEAVE PERTH- ' Saturdays: 720, 950, ajri., 1250, 150, 3. 4, 5.15. 6.15, 8. 11.15 p.m. Sundays: 9.15, 1050, 11, 1150, a^n.t 1250, 1.03, 250, 3, 350, 4, 550, 7, 8, 10.15 pjm. (See 'West Australian' for Daily Service.) Return Fare, -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. Le...

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KALGOORLIE ELECTION LAST TIME AND THIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

KALGOOJcLIE ELECTION LAST TIME AND THIS. -^ The result of the Leonora byelec tion last Tuesday seemed to take =- the starch out of the Cashion- 'A alists. The figures placing , Heron (Labour) over a hun- '?? dred ahead -of Fowler (Rat Lahmir) in the final count rendered Perth's morning dailies ' speechless, ana ' after the first batch of figures 'Granny' retired from the contest ?* and refrained from publishing the remainder. 'As Leonora was a.Ro dent seat at the last State election, ?' the figures' this time were most sig- : nificant, occurring in Kalgoorlie Federal Electorate, but a few days before the trial of strength between 'Kultur' as represented by Hughes ism and reasonable sanity as/repre' sen ted by Labour. At the Kalgoorlie election a year ' ago the following were the totals/ as representing: a trial of strength* between Labour and Cashionalism: r Heitmann Mahon Boulder ? ,. 1028 1366 ' Brown Hill . . . . 671 486 Coolgardie ? '269 151 - Dundas ? '\. 364 282 ??:* Hannans ?...

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

Has your home got the ^latest elec trical appliances, fans, irons, cooking utensils, (globes? James and Lyd dall, 99 William-street, fix every need. TeL A2447. Does your lift, motor- or wiring require attention? Is telephone faulty? James and Lyddall will promptly fix matters. Ring A2447, or call 88 William-street. ?? - ?.. ?

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First Test Match Australia's Strong Position Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

First Test Natcn Australia's Sir©™ PtsitiM Sydney, Saturday. The first test match was continu ed to-day in fine weather. The' Australians first innings quickly ? : came to a close, and the English-' men commenced batting. A sen sation attended the first ball, Rus- ' sell going out for a 'duck' to Kel leway. ' Runs came' slowly. Au* ' tralia's accurate bowling and keen v fielding kept the batsmen very Tin- * comfortable. As the afternoon ad- . vanced the .visitors' prospects of - ' reaching the Australian score be- ' came very meagre, even allowing a .' good stand for the last men. The ? ;j innings, however, practically, col- ? lapsed after Rhodes was caught by Gregory off Mailey's ball for three runs. The English team went out I for 190 runs, and 'the' Australians commenced their second innings by ??' sending in Collins and Bardsley. **; Stumps were drawn with the home ; team 123 to the good. Australia. First Innings/ ,. ] Macartneys hit wicket, b Wad- ' dington ? iq i Collins, run ...

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"CAEN BREA." [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

'CARN BREA.' ; - ^Overtaking the Swan, -at Kirk j ;ham Hill Terrace, Maylands, is V'Carn Brea.' Nurse Weaver's de ?': lightfttlly situated Maternity Hos ' 'prtaL 1 It commands a splendid t view from its position of the coun ?try for miles around, and has a first charge upon the sunshine in Win* ter and the cooling breezes of Sum V mer. The accommodation has S; been laid out on a generous scale to meet the requirements of^ clients, 'f and is of a superior quality. ? We ? 'are assured by our special reporter that 'Cam Brea' is a delightful ..place for -a rest on occasions, and j.that Nurse '^S[eaver knows how' to ,make her clients at home.

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

Concessions S. P. 10 per cent. Added to all S.O. Investments on Commissions Executed. Doable Concessions RAILWAY and CUP. Also Each Week. ^ - LIMITLESS. FREt) FARRELLY Fremantle. I COMMUNICATE WITH HOB ART. J, J.BEND0N Shae Stores, High Street, Fremantle.

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

: LADIES ONLY. YOU WANT- WAVY HAIR? - WELL TRY WAVE-ENA. 1/9. All Leading Chemists andv Stores, or direct from Sole Agent: AUSTRAL SUPPLY DEPOT, 61 ROYAL ABCADE, /TERTH. k TT JACKSON, Furnishing Scon, - 254 Carr St., Leedervflle. -4 Phone A2589. Cash or Terms. . Bedsteads, Wire arid Kapock Mat 'tresses, Linoleum, Lace^Curtains, »^ffits. Sheeting, Blankets, Bedroom ^and Dining-room Suits, Cane Furni ture, and Go-Carts, etc. - BEADS. BEADS. Would you like to be different from other women? Then get some ERINOID BEADS: All colours, any length of string made to your order. British made. Finest Stock and 'lowest grices kWl.' ? MITCHELL, CENTRAL ARCADE (WeUxogton-street Entrance). Do Not Fail to See these BEADS. MILLINERY ARTIST. LA NON PAREILLE, MADAM LOUISE (Late of Mel bourne). HATS OF CHARM AND DIS TINCTION 166 WELLIAM-STBEET (opposite Royal Hotel). CALL AND INSPECT. Furniture Removed on Special . Vans. All Classes Goods Stdr* ed. Lowest Rates. Customs, Shipping* Forwarding Agtnis. Spe...

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

? THE LARGEST HUDSON HIRE SERVICE IN THE WEST. ^ ZENITH GAEAGrE .. SUBIACO ' ??? ' (Cr. Hay-st. and Coghlan-rd.L Five Hudson Super Sixes for Hire, Day or Night. Telephone A1892.

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MURDER OF CANON MAGNER. London, Dec. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

MURDER OF CANON MAGNER. London, Dec. 16. The Government are putting for ward the absurd excuse that the cadet who shot Canon Magner was insane. . . (It will be remembered that a similar plea was put forward on be half of Captain Cplthiirst, who wan tonly slaughtered Skeffington, a cultured and innocent man, after the Easter Rebellion in 1916. In sanity seems to be a common fail ing with this type of 'loyalist.')

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