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Mines, Mummers and Melody-Makers. JOHN LAWSON—Music Hall Star. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920

Miles. Miners ?UNeMii-NtKers JOHN LAWSON— Music Hall Star. John Lawson, the undoubted Star of the Music Hall World, who open ed last night at the Melrose, is an artist on whose engagement Mr. Marcel is to be complimented, espe cially on his foresight in engaging him for a further four weeks before he opened. Lawson is a man little in stature, but a mass of wires, and when 'our bloque' saw him during the week he was going for his life. As a dictator of letters be had J. Caesar beaten to a fraezle. Lawson gave out about six at once, and at the same time was giving instruc tions about music and scenery and fixing up his hotel. We wanted to know about his productions, and asked him about his opening sketch 'The Devil's Sunday.' 'It is a sermon,' he told us. 'A bit hot, sermonising on the stage?' 'Why?' he asked. 'A music-hall is the place to look for converts. If I advertise to do good, 1 don't do it in a church weekly, but in the 'Judge' or even The Mirror, I get at the people I want t...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920

The Chevrolet Roadster welcomes the ^opportunity of proving its worth by a careful scrutiny of bills Ifor maintenance. & - * fv' Divide the amount you spend for petrol, oil, tires, adjust ments and repairs by the total number of miles travelled. £: | This will prove the economy of The Chevrolet. ^Actual service is all that you need to appreciate its comfort, ^convenience and durability. i- . m ? pkipper Bailey Motor Co., Ltd. It ? h Distributing Agents* CHEVROLET I GLOBE HOTEL ^WELLINGTON STREET, PERTH (Opposite Railway Station). |. F. DAY, : : : Licensee. t:'*~' The Prince's Vlsit-^ — &-.? Don't Fail to Patronise the American Bar at the - Try .Our Royal Fizz! The Original American Bar. . Established 10 Years. Under Management of J. Lane. Proprietor - - - J. T. Glowrey TH ECAFE (Late) Burlington Cafe ;' : PACKENHAKSTREET, FREMAWTLE. ~;- For 'Sunday Dinner and Tea and every other meal. ir Every feed is Delicious, wholesome, and at Popular Prices. fe The Mirror will Re...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FOOTBALL. Selecting Interstate Teams. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920

FOOTBALL. Sfdectine- Interstate Teams. . When the WA.F.L. decided to they afpWM^g&pfelection com mittees, aiSg$fese!$ave been desig nated fir|flg ei^rbjga ana second ^eighteen.' ^THfe^prmer comprise Mimbridg&1^sIiP«d Soutar (W. ;.3^h)33BeaSey,^S*iele, Koderiquez, M 02£&p?&3f). Duffy and BT&tnMl iEr Perth), Ion, Bell, Truscott, Mudie, and Cinoris (E. Fremantle), Bateman and H. Camp bell (S. Fremantle), Hewby and Hoft (Perth). The second team is Herd, Qakley, Thomas, j^F1' Spar row, and McKenzie (E. Perth), Mor gan, Baker, and Bushell (sub.), Adams, Hicks, Gunyon, T. Callow, _j._O»mpV»p11 _(&. Fremantle), Riconi 'Te.' TremanTleV'WaTt5' and' fray nor ( Perth), and Boyd (W. Perth). Al though we think the selectors have an excellent 36, there are at least two or three others whose inclusion was generally expected, notably Langlands (Perth), Sinclair (W. Perth), Murphy (Subiaco-. Why East Perth should have eight play ers and West Perth and P...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SOUTH FREMANTLE v. EAST PERTH. At Fremantle Oral. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920

SOUTH FREMANTLE v. EAST PERTH. At Fremantle Oral. Recognising the fact that it was essential to win to-day's match, as well as the next three, to have a say in the finals, South Fremantle came in with a determination to put up their't-est showing for the season. South's team was unaltered from the previous Saturday, and East Perth also put in a very strong com bination, the only alteration being the substitution of Mitchell for Fletcher. Craig was in charge of the match. The first quarter saw both sides trying hard, and after several min ors had been put on the telegraph board to the credit of the visitors, a mark by Sparrow from Maloney was the means of raising the' first and only double for the quarter. South's got a good chance at one stage, but the ball went over the timbers. Though both sides kick ed several minors, most of these could not have been tries for goals. The pace was exceedingly fast throughout the1 quarter, but South's seemed to be throwing a lot away, which they c...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Yesterday's Football. PERTH v. WEST PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920

Yesterday's Football. PERTH v. WEST PERTH. In bright sunshiny weather these two teams met at - the W A.CA. ground. Collins had charge of the game. From the bounce the ball travel led down to West's goals, where re peated bombardments by the city forwards only produced points. At last from a brilliant bit of open play Leslie mantled and scored the maxi mum. After some good combina tion Tyson marked in front of the sticks, but foolishly endeavoured to pass instead of kicking for the goal. Perth's backs, who played a good defensive game throughout, sent the ball down the field, where Giese took possession^ and registered the second goal for tne city men. Two points had been kicked for Wests when Albert Watts, marking beautifully, added yet another major to Perth's score. Willoughby, later on from an angle, registered a point, and after open play around the goals Billy Craig snapped the .first goal far the Red -and Blues. First quarter:— West Perth, 1—4; Perth, 3—4. The ball travelled ^...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
EAST FREMANTLE v. SUBIACO East's Save Their Bacon. ] [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920

EAST FREMANTLE v. SUBIACOJ East's Save Their Bacon, I Easts started off well, but Pordl received ,and the ball was sent to! the other end, and Roderiquee scor-i ed the first point for Subiaco. Raw-] linson responded for East's, and] then Howson secured them the first] goal. A ding-dong tussle took placel from one end of the field to thel other. Strang was prominent foxl East. Sheedy did a good run, but! missed the goal. Snow saved and! passed to Steele. Bell and Trus-a cott were prominent, and through! the agency of Cinorisi, McGuinnessfl got the second goal. I The quarter ended: — E. Fremantle I 2—3; Subiaco, 0—3. Goal-kickers :J East Fremantle, Howson, McGuin-B ness. Resuming, East's atackedJI but Greenwas too solid. ' Rodiqueza had a couple of shots, but only se-1 cured behinds. Bell fluked a free! from a doubtful decision, and pass-1 ed. Ford saved. Trusjvjtt sent toJ Howson, but Beasley and Green re-« turned. Wicks, for Easts, was veryl solid, and Ford and Green promi-1 nent fo...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920

BOXING. THE CLASH OF THE CHAMPIONS! BOXING. On the EVENING OF TUESDAY, JULY 27. HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. HARRY STONE Will Meet FRED KAY (Lightweight Champion of Australia) (Australia's Crack Welterweight and Conqueror of Clabby and Uren). In a Twenty Rounds Contest for the Welterweight Championship of Aus tralia. Prior to the Big Fight there will be a Six-Rounds Battle between JIM NELSON and ROY COTTRELL for a Side Wager of £50. Prices: 10/-, 5/-, 3/ . Box Plan and Day Sales at Gleeson's, Hay-street. First Bout at 8.30 sharp. Big Fight at 9.5. Direction: Perth Promoting Co.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Points for Punters and Pugs [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920

feints for Punters and Pugs (By Our Special Correspondent.) ||Racing at Goodwood next Satur my ... tpJjVest Band won his first race on metropolitan courses last week. fe * * * l||Ehe successful jockeys at last ?jifek's Belmont Park were:— Leo- tod (Good Turn and Lord Tollen Ep), McKenna (Cherso and West Bind), Morley (Drumont), Canti mrex (Bowler), Peterwongie (Sib pk ? ?? ? * jpBowler still heads the list of win W&g jockeys. E' ? ? ? ||Had it not been for Bennett hav |g£ the misfortune to break a stir [up -leather during the progress of I§£ Second Class Plate last Satur BSjr, Spyscope surely would have Wi- ? ? ? ? [§£)ehnont Park Club will run a Mgfeng on August 14th. A seven Eiiang Newmarket Handicap and EpnUe and a-quarter race is to be lauded in the programme. Each Rill, carry a stake of 150 sovereigns, fewt winners of these events will not Ipry a penalty in the Kannans or Kklgoorlle Cup. K- ?-??.??' |||Saint Humphrey is the first hatching for the Hannans and Kal-' Egpor...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920

ATTRACTIVE BARGAINS AT ... I JL H. PELUEW & CO. HIGH STREET, .... FREMANTLE Great Winter Sale These Special Bargains only serve to illustrate the High Values ruling throughout every Section. % Mantle Department. Ladies' Fawn RAINCOATS, made of Covert Gaberdine, with storm collar, pocket and belt, usually 59/6; Sale Price 49/6. Heavy AH-Wool Blanket Tweed COATS in grey only, large collar, fancy pocket and belt, usual prive 84/-. Sale Price 49/6. Ladies' COATS in Dark Navy or Black Cloth, extra O.S.*only, roll collar, pocket and belt, usually 39/6. Sale Price 25/-. All-Wool Tweed COATS, in pretty check, patterns and smart styles large storm collar, pockets and belt, Usual price 84/-. Sale Price 69/6. Ladies' Warm Fleecy - Lined BLOOMERS, in navy, elastic waist and knee, Usual price 5/11. Sale Price 3/11. Ladies' White Flannelette KNICK ERS, good quality flannelette, self frills, Usual Price 4/6 Sale Price 2/1L Ladies' COSTUMES of Fawn Covert Cloth, smartly cut with roll collar...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Tweaks and Squeaks [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920

Tweaks and Squeaks How do you like it — Phil Coyle or Guilfoyle? ? * ? It's no check on a woman's ex travagance to give her a check. Civil Servants mass meeting vote Yes, 1899; No, 1. That 1 never 1. ? ? ? In King's Park there's a memorial fountain to George Leake. It leaks, too. ? ? ?. The rum hand at the drapery shop had to write a ticket, 'Fur Coats.' He wrote it 'For Goats.'' ? ? ? 'Bill Stickers will be prosecuted.' Bill has been threatened with pro ceedings for quite a long time. ? ? ? In Fremantle there's a cycle shop run by H. Legg. He is agent for Speed King bicycles, More than one legg wanted for bikes! ? * * Jimmy Thomson was asked on Tuesday what was the biggest fish fish he had caught during the week end. 'Let's see,' said Jimmv. 'This is Tuesday. No it's too near Sunday to^tell you that story.' ? * ? Lloyd George is 'ducking' Len in's proper gander! ? ? ? Agony column: 'Gent, in business, desires lady, little capital, take ac tive or passive interest, etc.' If she gets...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920

NEWCASTLE CLUB HOTEL, FREMANTLE. The Ideal Meeting Ground and Re ' . sidential. TOM RYAN, Proprietor.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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People About & About People [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920

People About & About People As a raconteur of old time Perth doings, Steve Lillis, of the Newcas tle Club Hotel, will take some beat ing. Steve arrived in the State with his parents when but four years old, and he has lived in the city ever since. He was one of the founders of the Swan River Rowing Club, while as a marksman he has won many trophies and other prizes, being a few years ago one of the crack rifle shots of Western Austra lia. . ..: Patrons of the Melrose Theatre will learn with regret of the serious illness of Miss Kitty Gresham, the popular ballet mistress at that house of vaudeville. Miss Gresham un derwent a most critical operation on Monday last, and although still - in a precarious condition, her medi cal attendant, Dr. A. Xyulasy, is now hopeful of her recovery. ? * ? Few people can chat of early Kim berley and the gold rush there, like Squatter Bill Routledge, now resi dent of Guildfprd. He was on the steamer 'Phillips' when tbe mutiny occurred, and can r...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920

boldfields CBbs (f Hotel %m S0BNER PIER AND WELLWtP §*?? . TON-STREETS. ML: ? ? . myna a I id Union Ale on Draught. p ?-.' jpylaks No Mistake! nm

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920

Direction ? Durham MarcelJJ THE VAUDEVILLE ACT OF THE TEAR. JOHN LAWSON & COMPANY in FATHER VAUGHAN'S TIRADE, THE DEVIL'S SUNDAY, LESTER BROWN'S REVUE, BUBBLES. ? — ? / Claire Solly, Preston and Perrin, Les. Holmes, Three Starrs. PRICES, 3/3, 2/2, 1/1. Plan at Melrose. 'Phone A3581.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920

'W' Double FREMANTLE. Big Double now open on Caulfield and Melbourne Cup. Double every week on 2nd and 3rd Class Plate. Double on Hannan's Handicap and Kalgoorlie Cup, open Wednesday, 21st. July. Ask or Write for List Telephone BO2. HOTEL PERTH BARRACK and MURRAY-STREETS. The Central and Most Commodious Residential HoteL TeL 4488. J.'J. RYAN, Proprietor. The West Australian Trotting Association (Incorporated.) SATURDAY, 7th AUGUST, 1920 OPENING MEETING OF THE SEASON. ATTRACTIVE PROGRAMME. NOMINATIONS CLOSE AUGUST 2nd. A. R. FLINT, Secretary.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEAT AND FRUIT INSPECTION. Mirror Strictures Justified. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920

MEAT AND FRUIT INSPECTION. Mirror Strictures Justified. Last week The Mirror drew atten tion to the serious and dangerous position created by the suspension of meat and fruit inspection brought about by the Service strike. That our suspicions were well grounded is indicated from more than one quarter. On Tuesday last it was announced that the strike committee had been informed on reliable authority that a shipment of cattle had arrived at Fremantle on the previous Friday suffering from tick fever. On the voyage down the mortality had been very heavy — nearly 200 — and the re mainder of the beasts were being killed at Robb's Jetty lor consump tion by the general public. This is a sample of the sort of thing that is liable to be the out come of the Cabinet's pig-headed injustice. That the municipalities are doing little or nothing to make good the absence of State inspection — it is their duty, in any case, to inspect meat in shops — is evident. Complaints reached this office from man...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
WAR SERVICE HOMES. WHOSE BENEFIT?—DIGGERS OR BRASS HATS? INCOMPETENCE AND MALAD MINISTRATION SPOIL A GOOD THING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920

WAR SERVICE HOMES. WHOSE BENEFIT?— DIGGERS OB BRASS HATS? INCOMPETENCE AND MALAD MINISTRATION SPOIL A GOOD THING. While the war was dn nothing was too good for the soldiers. They were to come back to an earthly paradise, where was not profiteering nor corrupt practices, nor even the cold blasts of poverty would blow. He was to be repatriated, com pletely re-established in civil life, taught a new trade if he desired, aided to set up in business, and as sisted to become the owner of a home. To accomplish the last mentioned the War Service Homes Act was passed. It is designed to enable the ex-soldier to purchase or build a home costing up to £700, repay ment being made over a long period of years, much after the style of the State Workers' Homes Act. In theory the plan is excellent; in practice it is execrable. As we will show, the whole blame rests on the impracticability of the machi nery and the incompetence of the officials by whose agency the Act is administered. The staff under ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Fremantle Fragments [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920

Fremantle Fragments Mr. Digby Beard, head of the firm of Fisher Beard and Co., is expect ed back this week, from a tour of the Eastern States. * * * Candidates for Labour selection ballots are as follow: — North East Fremantle: W. C. Angwin, M.L.A., unopposed. Fremantle: W. L. Jones, M.L.A.; J. Sleaman. South Fremantle: S. M. Rocke, M.L.A., W. Quayle, H. B. Wright, A. McCallum. Claremont: G. F. Dennis, W. Kit son, Geo. Toll, E. Gray. * * * The insurance agents put a good case on the Esplanade on Sunday. At the conclusion Delegate Jolley, of Broken HilL made an appeal for the miners who are fightiug for bet ter conditions on the Barrier. ? « ? This week-end Fremantle should again see the cheery face of Mr Davies, of Bradshaw's^. who has been making a rapid fly over East. ♦ ? ? Alleged to be one hotel-keeper in the Port who has recently sacked a returned soldier barman, a married man with six children, from his front bar, to put on a girl theie. Well, nothing is too good for our brave...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"FREE AUSTRALIA!" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 25 July 1920

'FREE AUSTRALIA!' 'His Honour replied that the Minister for Defence had power to intern and to deport. He person ally had not seen, and was not likely to see, the evidence on which the Commonwealth Gov ernment had acted. There had never been any judicial inquiry according to civil law, and prob ably there never' would be one. He had no evidence to show whe ther or not the appellant should be admitted to bail.' — Extract from the proceedings in the Jerger case before the Adelaide Supreme Court. Our office gram marian opines that the word 'free' in the legend 'Free Australia' should be regarded, not as an adjective, but as a verb, mood imperative.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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