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The Very Latest "BLACK BAND" IN IRELAND. Dublin, Dec. 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

The Very Latest 'BLACK BAND' IN IRELAND Dublin, Dec. 18. The -Labour Commission, which has been engaged for some months past in. endeavouring to obtain a grasp of Irish conditions, with . a view to proffering their services in the cause of peace, has issued a re port upon the recent incendiary out Trages in. Cork. These, they find, were the work of officers of the Crown. 'The only modern paral lels,' our report adds, 'for such shocking exhibitions of Governmen tal connivance at rapine, murder, and arson are those supplied by the notorious Black Hand of prerevolu tionary Russia.' (The Black Hand was a body of secret police whose infamous ac tions earned them x a reputation of awesome horror amongst all classes of Russians outside the Bureaucra tic circles. They were the orga nisers- of pogroms, or massacres of Jews, and fomented Labour trou bles and political uprisings to af ford the Czar's Government an op portunity of indulging in 'repri- sals.)

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Eastern Racing A.J.C. Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

Eastern Racing A.J.C. Sydney, Saturday. The AJ.C. December meeting was opened today in splendid wea ther, with the following results: — December Hurdle Race, of £300, two iniles. — Maidos. 1: Blank Ohipf 2; Thowra, 3. Betting: 5 to 1 agst Maidos. Villiers Stakes; one mile. — Fluen- cy; 1; Cetigne. 2; King's Word, 3 Betting: 16 to 1 agst Fluency. Holiday Handicap, of £500, H miles.— Booster, 1; King of the Forest, 2; Lingle, 3. Betting: 7 to 1 agst Booster. Highweight Handicap, of £500, 7 furlongs.— Battlewrack, 1 ; Solar Rays, 2; Coofesione. 3. Betting: 10 to 1 j*gst Battlewrack. December Nursery Handicap, of £500, five furlongs. — Edina, 1; Bran Pie, 2; Pelew Main, 3. Betting 2 to 1 agst E-iina. . Trial Handicap, of £500, six fur longs.— Prince Stockrington, 1; Sir Miitland, 2; MaltgiUa, 3. Betting: 20 to 1 agst Prince Stockrington. A smart rescue from drowning was effected by Mr. Poyntz Judge, of Tasmania Tourist Bureau fame, on Sunday last at Crawley Beach. Mr. Judge was bathing ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE IGNORANCE OF CARSON. London, Dec. 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

THE IGNORANCE OF CARSON. — -\t — London, Dec. 17. Rebel Carson, speaking on the Home Rule Bill in the House of Commons, said that proportional representation had proved an abso lute failure in Australia. (Professional representation has only been tried in Australia for any length of time in the case of Tas mania, where it is an' admitted suc cess- The last N.S.W. elections were held under a _Tory-Rat-made caricature of the proportional sys tem. No deubt the xesult— a Lab our - Government-— is a 'failure' from theUlster rebel's viewpoint.)

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A white Elephant Bsraim's Clever Fake [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

A Wlitc fleploit Barm's fiever nkc A correspondent writes: 'Dear Mirror, — Can you inform me whether JPhineas T. Barnum ever exhibited a white elephant in America? A pal of mine and I have a bet. I say he did so exhibit a white elephant; the other chap says he never did?' It would be difficult to appease both our friends. Barnum did ex hibit a white elephant, but it wasn't dinkum. The shrewd Phineas ha.i the ordinary indiarubber looking skin of an elephant whitewashed over, and the fake was so well work ed that he coined thousands of dol lars with it. As the subject is an interesting one, some details are necessary in explanation of it. It was Gaylord, expert 'animal man, and for years P. T. Barnum's confi dential agent, who negotiated with the ^Siamese officials for one of the famous white elephants of Siam. Barnum had his heart set on having one of them for his show, and he sent Gaylord out with instructions to go the limit. The stumbling block in the transaction was that the Sia ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Snacks $ Snaps [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

Snacks % snaps Slab of history unearthed from a rhetorical rubbish tip-;-to wit, a 'West Australian' editorial: — 'The Southern States of America affirmed their right to secession. It cost years of war, -and the sacrifice of tens of thousands of' lives, 'to con vince them, what everybody now believes, that secession was a retro grade step. 1ms, of course, is ad duced as an argument against sep aration from the Hempiah. But the grandmotherly scribe conveni ently forgets that the great bulk of English bias in those days was in favour of the Southern States, which stood for separation, slavery, and cheap cotton for Briddish Bizness. Same editorial goes on like this: — 'Western Australia has had, and still has, grievances against the Fed eral Government, but only vision aries talk of withdrawal from the indissoluble federal commonwealth under the Crown of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire land.' In other words the 'West' has wakened up to a little fact that The Mirror has been...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

H. H. FflLUmrOJI COACH and MOTOR* BODY BUILDER and GENERAL blacksmith; Comer ADELAIDE and QUEEN VICTORIA-STREETS, FREMANTLE. GARRY STACK'S SAVOY CAFE, (Downstairs), Next Metropole Hotel, HAY-STREET. A Princely Meal at a Popular Price. WHERE TO SHOP AT MAY LANDS. You Get a Smooth, Comfortable Shave or Haircut from 7 F. DORNAN, 'The Dugout' Saloon, 1 65 Eighth-ave., Mayiands. j Everything a smoker needs is _J~i stocked. -''l\ No Expensive Stands and Staffs to ; Pay For. -'.'?'?- DRAPERY and DRESSMAKING. Cheapest and Better Than in City, i Call and See Our Stocks.. . '? 'Everything You Need at Y; T. PIDGEON, ?': GUILDFORD RD., MAYLANDS. COS Eighth-Avenue.) The Best of - FRSSH BREAD '] Daily to Your Door. A E. B*idLe 1 RAILWAY TERRACE, \ MAYLANDS . 1 ? ? ^ GROCERIES Delivered to Your ^ Door at CITY PRICES. 1 Fun Stocks of Latest Lines. J Write, Ring, or CalL 1 James Mcinty re Opp. Station, \ MAYLANDS. 1 A GOOD LOAD OF WELL MIX- j ED and SEASONED WOOD. j Delivered Promptly. Personal At- ...

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

THEATRE ROYAL. Direction ...... T. M. Coombe. NOW SHOWING IHE GLORIOUS MASTERPIECE, 'Yes or No' Featuring NORMA TALMADGE, In the Triumph of Her Career. Arid a Superb Film Showing THE AUSTRALIAN FLEET AT SEA. OUR BIG XMAS ATTRACTION. 'THE FORBIDDEN WOMAN,' 'THE FORBIDDEN WOMAN,' 'THE FORBIDDEN WOMAN,' Featuring CLARA KIMBALL TOUNG. Hifllfid «flmcring ROYAL SHOW GROUND. New Year's Day CHAMPION HIGHLAND DANCING & PIPING EVENTS. KEEN COMPETITION ? For the LAPSLEY, CHRISTIE, AND McDERMID CUPS. Pedestrian, Cycling, Athletic, Motor Cycling Events. Full schedules now ready, obtain able from H. G. Campbell, Britannia Cycle Works, William-st.; Wm. Christie, 887 Hay-street. ' OLYMPIA EYERY NIGHT AT 8.15. JACK BURSEY ENTERPRISES EIGHTH NEW PROGRAMME SPECIAL XMAS ATTRACTION. XMAS EVE. (FRIDAY, DECEIUBERWi).. The Popular HUMPHREY BISHOP COMEDY & OPERATIC CO. . Will Present For the First Time in ^ustratia Their Famous PANTOMIME, 'ALZ BABA' 'ALI BABA' 'ALI BABA' In Nine Scenes (As f...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Where to go To-day [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

Where to go To-day Canning Bridge and Applecross. By ferry boats' leaving Barrack-st. Jetty atTO.^1030. 11. 1150 am., 12.30, 150, 250, 3, 350, A, 550, 7, 8, 10.15 ojn. Rottaest.— Boat leaves Perth 10 ajn. Point Walter. — Boats every half hour, from 9.55 ajn. to 1.55 p.m.. thence quarter hourly. The Zoo. Open all the afternoon. By ferry from Barrack-street. Esplanade. — Wl. Socialists. Evening. RoyaL— 'Cynthia of the Minute.' Prncess, Fremantle^-'Sauce for ' the Goose.' Shaftesbury.— Peter Brookes and Pictures. Esplanade Picture Gardens.— Open, air concert in aid of Wokalup Rail way Disaster.

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Mimes, Mummers and Melody-Makers [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

Nines, MinRcrs ond Metoflg-MQkers — o — The finals of the great struggles in the Sheffield and Amateur Handi caps are yet to be run at Silver City. Thousands of visitors are gstting great fun out of the Morocco City. If you like dancing, try the floor at Morocco City. Some floor this to swing* on. If you don't dance plenty fun in watching the knuts and skirts getting in the fancy touches. Watch how the eyes of the young sters light up when they 'see the great Xmas tree at Suyef*City. None of them go away disappointed. Gifts for all of them. Alladin's Cave catches the grown ups a treat. Cost a pile of money to fit this up. Every visitor gets a gift of some -kind. And you feel good when you know that you are helping the Silver Chain nurses. Mrs. Hugh McLeod (Miss Elsa Langley) seems to have an inexhaus tible' repertoire of popular numbers. Though she has appeared so often, this charming soubrette never grows ? stale, and always wins the hearts ; of her audience. That she may j long re...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Belmont Bangs [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

Belmont Bangs (Bv 'Solon.' - Why are the electric lights allow ed to burn at daytime on Guildford road? Is it to allow the motor hogs to see the pot holes in the^road? Wake up, somebody, and save the rate payers' money. The City Council road' repairer must have a bad memory. He has apparently run out of tar, if not, why has he neglected that piece of road between the Burswood Cross ing -and the Belmont-Perth boun dary. It is up to the City silver tails to have a run over it and' then they might feel inclined to get Jack Simes (of Belmont) to finish the job. Will the WJLT.C. kindly let the world know what their caterer is going to charge per meal at the Carnival. Anything over 3/- is over the odds. Is there no supervision over the prices to be charged, or is Greville allowed to fix his own price? If so, why should publicans, grocers, etc., not be allowed to do . the same. What is the speed limit for motor cars, cycles, etc.? Surely it should be altered during the great racing carniva...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Ladies Section Who's Where [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

The l^adies Section WHo's Where ^ ?feack from Boston— Miss Curtis, -aster of Mrs. Bennett, cs Claremoat. : ' Mrs. 'fr. Bakton recently arrived back to her home at Bunbury, after 'M trip- North. ?--Probable permanent residents ixt * town in the future will be Mr. and vMrs. C. H. Bard well, from Gerald j^tpri. ?:-'.._ ?' . .. ''??'..'. ? Jfcrs. Shadd, of South Eremantle, ?j. will have her daughter, Mrs. D. Mat . terson, and two grandchildren down : from Meekatharra to . spend the Xmas holidays with her. : After a long stay, at the Oriental ? Hotel, Melbourne, Lady Dyer and ? Miss Wittenoom paid a. visit to the I rWoodside Estate, Gippsland. ;;. ?,, AH the bargains ace . not . in the large shops. It -win pay our lady readers' to visit Mrs. S. Wilson,- 191 r- Beaufort-street, , opposite Weld '{Square. I was surprised at the f.-Brices marked ion the. drapery, mil i iinery, hosiery and other lines? So \ I-, hasten to pass the £Opd word along, as a shilling . saved can be 1-used for many p...

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

FISHER BEARD & Co. * ES — — ' ? ^Adelaide Street, Fremantle. ? YOU'LL DELIGHT THE KID DIES YOU'LL DELIGHT THE KID DIES By Bringing Them Along to ??. OUR TOY DEPARTMENT. ; OUR SOT DEPARTMENT. Hundreds of The Best Toys Are r .,; Sere Awaiting Them. .^Our Stock includes all the old .favourites, and many new^ones, -? too; of which the listihelow is just : - a sample, Make this Christmas. '„ -6ne of happy memories for the - little ones. Bring them along; to : see arid revel in this trig snowing. v Yaffil find that because of our ex ^tremely low prices, a litijLe outlay : wilt secure quite a number -of toys. HERE THEY ABE— TOTS ^V;^ GALORE. .; ' ? TEDDY BEARS, in white and : Vbrowri, nice /size ; Special Price, a 7/11 each. ; ''^TEDDY' BEARS, dressed as sol-. .'? -KeTfe-, large si?e; Special Price, l.ff/il «UJh. , ; TEDDY BEARS, extra large, .-brown only,'- well made, yery ^strong; Special Price, 12/6 each. Linen Books of RHYMES,' ever lasting wear; Special , Price, 2/6 each. TEDD...

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IT'S LIKE THIS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 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

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

- Magnificent is the speaking and singing voice of Humphrey Bishop. He makes a fine Mephistopheles. But he is not a bad devil like Bren nan. Kingsle\T sings of the 'Call of the Wild' so finely that you want to get back to the simple life right away, and leave fags, trots, bar maids, etc., to other mugs. Did you get Avondale and the sheet of music? Bore up like a real 'ero. Another ratting' good show -? at Olympia. Dainty Ida. . tells tales about sticky beaks and others. Also about a widow that wasn't. Roberts arid Gela Hardie put up some clever dancing and good patter.

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Swimming Notes. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

Swimming Note. -(To the Editor). Sir, — A paragraph appearing un der Swimming Notes in your issue of last week has been brought under my ndtice stating that H. Stewart; of Mavlands, has not received the medal for 2nd prize in the State Championship of 440 yards, won at our carnival, held on, January 26th. In reply I wish to state that the cheque for the championship medals was -paid in to the secretary of .the Swimming Association, Perth, on February 11th, and I hold the re ceipt for same, and -any delay has been the fault of the association and not of the Guildford Sports Club. I hope you will give this reply pub licity as a paragraph of that nature if left unchallenged may do harm to our seventh annual carnival, to be held on January 31st. Thinking you in anticipation. — Yours, etc' TOM NEILSON. Secretary. Guildford Sports & Regatta.

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'Assisted the Germans' Lleyd George's Infamous Charge AGAINST THE IRISH NATION. DID HE MEAN CARSON, A MEMBER OF HIS SLAUGHT ERMANIA CABINET? [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

'Assisted the Germans' lleyd Gewge's Iifanois Charge AGAINST THE IRISH NATION. DID HE MEAN CARSON, A MEMBER OF HIS SLAUGHT ERMANIA CABINET? The American cable services are more explicit than the Australian. They put in what our . attenuated service leaves out. American files to hand contain details of Lloyd George's 'crush 'em utterly' speecn delivered at Carnarvon oh October A, and which caused our 'demo- cratic' soolers and their satellites so much undiluted pleasure; its mur derous tone evidently being sauce for their appetites. The Frisco 'Call's' cable on the subject is as follows: — .--- - ♦ ' CARNARVON, Wales, Oct. 9.— The sensational ciiarge that Ireland assisted Germany in her submarine campaign during the world war was made here to-day by Premier Lloyd George. . The astounding statement by the Premier was made in a speech on the Irish situation. While attack ing the proposal to confer the do minion rule upon Ireland, the Pre mier said: 'I did not tell you during the war, b...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"A LOLLY HAWKER." And Some Reflections. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

'A LOLLY HAWKER.' And Some Reflections. The cable-crammer to the 'West Australian' recently announced in indignant terms that a 'lolly haw ker' has secured election to the Indian Parliament. The idea , of it —a common lolly - hawker 1 For once, we agree with our conservative morning contemporary. We have bitter recollections of . an accursed umbrella-mender pushing his way into our own House of Reptiles— and what a reptilian concern he has made it: But the 'West' supports the. Chief Reptile. ' ' Few men have done more to lower the standard of the English language than W. M. Hughes. A speech in which he refrains from using vile language is the exception rather than the rule. Yet this im postor can marshal a following _ of white-livered wowsers and purity praters unparalleled in. political -pre- cedent. Some of Hughes' disgust ing phrases would make an Egyptian harlot .blush. F'instance, after de nouncing Mahon for telling 'a bloody lie' we are treated in^ his next speech to the term ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PERTH CUP SWEEP [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

PERM CUP SWHP The Labour Movement of WA. is promoting a large Sweep on the PERTH CUP, the object bd-ng to establish a Labour Daily in our midst. - The tickets aie 5s. each only, and are obtainable from all Labour Offi cials, Tobacconists, eta, and at the office of the 'Worker,' Stirling street. The Prizes 'are tempting — 1st., £3,000; 2nd., £800; 3rd., £500. Other starters divide £600; Non-starters, £600. Beside, these there are 320 other cash prises ranging from £50 to £5. Agents for the sale of tickets are treated very liberally.

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"SCUM OF THE EARTH." [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

'SCUM OF THE EARTH.' 'Scum of the earth,1' we heard it iri '16. When Kaiser Hughes first figured on the screen; ? But Kaiser Wilhelm judged us ra . ther late; t He took his lead from smellful Bil gingsgate; This puppet's -* squelched us with some foul abuse: .But; when they sp6ke they thought of Billy Hughes. 'Scum of the earth.' 'Scum of, the earth!' the canting, bleary Pearce, With Walrus visage just to suit . a hearse; , The whining rat who vicious laws devised, . Sent men to gaol, arid Jerger stig matised; The upstart sneak, who lives on heroes' gore — The hesitating, snorting, slavering bore, 'Scum of the earth.' 'Scum of the earth \' the cater wauling Lynch, Who takes a mile where'er he gets an inch; The chap who foams with - fury at the teeth, Come, bow your heads, you men of . Royal Meath; A man to whom no honest Gaex should speak, He closed his eyes to^aith in Easter ? Week. ^^ 'Scum of the earth.' Scum of the earth ! Christ was be trayed for coin, His mission Judas tried t...

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SCADDAN'S MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 December 1920

SCADDANIS MOVEMENTS. John Scaddan sneaked away East last Wednesday per trans-train to captain ^a bowling team, and inci dentally to side-step the railway trouble. The fact was not an nounced in the columns of the boss press. We. trust, for John's peace of mind, that his old knack of sleeping on the job hasn't deserted him. His 'conscience should give him a rough time else.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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