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SUBIACO v .EAST PERTH. Subi. Win on the Death-knock. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920
SUBIAGO v .EAST PERTH. Subi. Win on the Deatbimock. East Perth. Subiaco. G. B. G. B. 1st quarter .... 14 0 1 x 2nd quarter ..17 2 7 3rd quarter.. .. 1 15 2 7 Final ? 2 16 4 9 (28 pts.) (33 pis.) Despite the weather conditiQns the East Perth-Sublaco match at Subiaco yesterday attracted over a £75 gate, and -;nprfatnr-; n»-n- nroil cotloAori n-;«-ti the match, which was very evenly con tested throughout, Rodriques only se curing a victory for Subiaco with a well placed goal some few minutes before the final whistle. East Perth started off well with two very determined rushes from Duffy, which were, however — fortunately for the Maroons — frustrated by the splen did defence of Walters, but it was from the efforts of Duffy, who showed up magnificently^ thtoughoat ihe game, ?that the first blood, in the shape of a point was scored by East, who continu ed a few minutes later in slashing style with a sixer. The honours of the first quarter were with Easts. Suby's new skipper. Outridge, who...
Yesterday's Football. GOOD GAME AT FREMANTLE. GOOD ATTENDANCE AT THE PORT OVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920
Yesterday's Football. GOOD GAME AT FREMANTLE. GOOD ATTENDANCE AT THE .^r PORT OVAL. Yesterday when East Fremantle met the Perth team Archbald was missing from the home team, while Perth was minus Maggs. The prospects of a brisk game was fully realised, and both teams seemed fully confident. Perhaps the umpiring of Percy Trotter was not all that could be expected, but this only slightly marred the game. Keen interest was maintained throughout. The City team during the first half made many blunders, and East Fre mantle taking full advantage of these shg.wed, their superiority. The teams were as follow: — East Fremantle: Lawn, Black, Bid strup, Sheedy, Fowler, Sampson, Bell, Truscott, Burns, Riconi, Hicks, Cin oris, Clarke, Mudie, Brown (2), Ion, Wicks. Perth: M'Kenzie, Langlands, Pavy, Corser, Stooke, Leslie, Love, Hoft. Sil verston, Hewby, Gaynor, HewsQn, Hall, Giese. Evans, Watts (2), McCormish. After the bounce Corser got away with the ball, Riconi gained possession and. passed to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920
/Y Health in /ft \\/i| |k //eveR/Glassff ^ J£ | Make No Msbrite! ?ef Hail Hi Make No Mistake! GLANVILLE'S LEMON HEADACHE The Great Australian Remedy for In stant Relief and Speedy Cure of all Headaches, Neuralgia, Toothache, and Influenza, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago, Etc. Price 1/9 Per Box or 3d Per Powder. The Federal Hotel FREMANTLE. GEO. JOHN, Proprietor. SWAN BEER ONLY. O. STRUCK, — - Registered W.AT.A To be seen at Eastern End of Ring on Friday Night. Long Odds and Civility. SALES CONDUCTED at Shortest Notice, by a Live, Cap able Auctioneer, with 20 years' experi ence, who knows Values from A to Z. We also have a HOUSE, LAND and ESTATE AGENCY. If you want to Buy or Sell a Property, give us a calL BULL AND CONWAY, AUCTIONEERS; HOUSE, LAND and ESTATE AGENTS, 38 MARKET-STREET, FREMANTLE 'Phone, 983. (Late of AI.F.) TmTTzwT SmysW i W/iisfa/ 1 theTQPNOTCHscqtch Dont Pog More thin 'EZY'S' Price One Profit Only Factory to Foot e tZYWALKIN Limited, Australia's Greatest Footwear Dist...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920
AUCTION SALES AT SHORTEST NOTICE. Conducted in any part of the State, or will Buy Furniture Outright to Avoid Auction. Money to Lend on all classes of Se curity trom £5 to £1,000. War Bonds Bought. C. E. MOSELEY, AUCTIONEER, HOUSE. LAND and COMMISSION AGENT. NEXT P.O., FREMANTLE. Tel., 937. HEALY'S . . Tailors and . . Men's Furnishers 136 MURRAY STREET PERTH, AND . . HEALY'S CORNER . . FREMANTLE. ? O ? 'Phones - A 3861 and B70. Caillcr s Pure Soluble Cocoa. FREE! FREE! A LOVELY BOX OF CHOCOLATES to Collectors of Cailler's Cocoa Labels. When you have collected 16 \i H-., or -8 |lb., or 4 1 lb. labels or a combination of the three sizes representing 4 lbs. weight, send them to Nestle's, Perth, when a Box of Chocolates will be posted to you. ??' Start Collecting To-day. '?!
WEST PERTH v. SOUTH FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920
WEST PERTH v. SOUTH FREMANTLE. W.P. S.F. G. B. G. B. 1st quarter ? 13 l l 2nd quarter .... 1 8 52 3rd quarter ? 4 13 5 3 Final ? 7 13 6 3 (55pts.) (39 pts.) Goalkickers:— West Perth: Craig 3. C ? a. ^ — * nr*ii _ _ » « 4 j-^ rf^p . ,— z' ouuiai i, wiuougnoy i, tjaney i, very ard 1. South Fremantls: H. Campbell 3, J. Campbell 1, Hawkins 2. For the first quarter it looked like South 's game, for the Red and White had most of it their own way, the first goal going their way, West's only managing to come out square through a fine long shot goal by H. Campbell. The next quarter Souths ran away with the game, increasing their score by four goals, while Wests only man aged about as many points. The Campbell brothers were well in the limelight, scoring three out of the four goals kicked by. the visitors during the quarter— two' of the three going to H. Campbell, and one to Joe. Craig was unlucky in hitting the sticks, other wise the home team's showing would have been a little better. The l...
Tweaks and Squeaks [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920
Tweaks and Squeaks Watts the Hughes? &nbsp; &nbsp; First the soldiers with the grat- Hugh-ity, now the politicians with the grab-Hugh-ity. When is the public's turn? &nbsp; &nbsp; The Prince of Whales— Drewy Dyson. &nbsp; &nbsp; Son Jacobson's doubles — his chin and his tummy. &nbsp; &nbsp; A late beauty actor at the Shaftes- bury is named Harcourt Hare. &nbsp; &nbsp; There's a dentist with little hair on his pate. His name is Harcourt &nbsp; Hairless. &nbsp; &nbsp; The Commonwealth is advertising classes in Cabinet construction. Cook- ing should also be Hughes-ful. &nbsp; &nbsp; Does Upside-down Wright drink that Swan Beer up, or does he drink it down? &nbsp; &nbsp; Proposed that crosses of stone in- stead of wood mark the resting-place of Australians in France. The cvrosses are too Aussie-fied, in fact. &nbsp; &nbsp; In lean times ...
Under the Lash WEST PERTH GOVERNMENT PROPERTIES. Filthy Premises—Chinese Sweat Shops. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920
Under the Lash. &nbsp; &nbsp; WEST PERTH GOVERNMENT PROPERTIES. Filthy Premises—Chinese Sweat Shops. &nbsp; &nbsp; When the facetious cabmen of Bar- rack-street, taking advantage of the accumulation of street garbage resul- tant upon the Municipal Employees' strike, labelled little mounds of the aforesaid garbage with such titles as 'The City Beautiful,' the public laughed. That strike, with its accom- panying dirt, was with us, fortunately, only for a time. Not so the filth of the Government-owned slums of West Perth; they, like the poor, we seem destined to have ever with us, and 'twere a sore trial, even to Jehu of Barrack-street, to find the elements of humour in their unloveliness. These slums were acquired several years ago for various Government pur- poses, but chiefly for railway expan- sion and a haymarket site. Since their purchase departmental policy has been dictated by the slogan 'Let 'em rip,' or, to express more appropriately, let them ...
FOUND DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920
FOUND DEAD. About 7 p.m. last night a man was found dead in Murray-street, near the Y.M.C.A. The police are investigating. He was dressed in a grey coat and vest, with brown cardigan jacket beneath, and black trousers. About 5ft. 9in. in height, stout build, blue eyes, grey hair, and auburn moustache turning grey at ends. He had in his possession a return ticket, Perth to Queen's Park, and a slip of paper on which was written "W. Varells, Lawlers." When we went to press his iden- tity was still undisclosed.
SAVINGS OF THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920
SAYINGS of the WEEK Chas Zoli, in "Vogues and Vanities" : "A husband in Perth may be betrayed, but he is never deceived". * * * W. Dixon (Secretary of Hotel and Restaurant Employees' Union): "We decline to be serfs at a Royal feast." * * * Morrison (President Chamber of &nbsp; Manufacturers) : "I would rather vote for a Chinaman than for Billy Hughes." * * * Heard in the workshops: "We're go- ing to get a holiday the day the Prince comes." "Are we?" replied Joe; "will &nbsp; &nbsp; we get paid for it?" "Don't know," said Jack. "If we don't get paid, it's not a holiday,"added Joe. "What is &nbsp; it, then?"asked Jack. "Its a d—— &nbsp; &nbsp; imposition," said Joe. It's a funny world! Money for a Royal car, none for a recreation room for the patients at Wooroloo. Billjim making a handsome car for a Prince and constructing an ugly contraption &nbsp; for himself and family.
Ned Kelly's Waterloo. 27th June, 188O. 'Tis Forty Years Since. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 27 June 1920
Ned Kelly's Waterloo. 27th June, 188O. 'Tis Forty Years Since. On Sunday, June 27th, 1880—exactly &nbsp; forty years ago—the Kelly gang of &nbsp; &nbsp; bushrangers took possession of the small railway township of Glenrowan. In the early hours of the morrow the battle of Glenrowan was begun, and at night the daring leader of the gang, Ned Kelly, was a wounded prisoner in the hands of the police, while his fel- low outlaws were all dead men. It has been wisely said that the true history of any war or any great event is never written during the life-time of the actors therein. &nbsp; It is difficult, therefore to conjec- ture what place the historian of the future will assign to the Kelly gang in a dispassionate review of the first cen- tury of Australian History. Will evolutionary psychology regard Ned Kelly as a worse or better man than the profiteer of to-day, who, while he shamelessly robs the poor—only &nbsp; does so at no personal risk? Th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920
f. j. mclaren, Auctioneer, Land, Estate, and Insur ance Agent; Sworn Valuator. Furniture Bought Right Out to save Auction Delays. Address: 5 CANTONMENT-ST., FREMANTLE. Telephone, 797. GLOBE HOTEL W*llUfc4«-m Street, Pertb, (opp R»ilw«r Station) F. DAY, xi u Licensee,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920
TH1 1SPLAXAB1 BOTIL, rBEHANTLB. Proprietor: TOM KELLY, ' (Late of the Grand Central, Perth.) . BEST SPIRITS STOCKED. SWAN BEER ONLY. HfiS MAJESTTS HOTEL, FBEMANTLE. ^r . b Residential Hotel. Night Porter. ^ NED STACK, Proprietor. * ? BILLIARDS. BERT WEAVER, PRINCESS SALOON, FREMANTLE. Largest and Most Up-to-Date in Town. Twelve Tables. Give us a Trial — no Satisfaction no Payment. ALHAMBRA DINING ROOM, 32 HENRY-STREET, FREMANTLE. '' _^ Reopened. All Meals, Is. Tea and Toast, 6d. SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY. THE MARGARINE MANUFAC TORY, VICTORIA-AVENUE NORTH FRE MANTLE. JOHN ADAMS, Proprietor. _ . . ' ? ? .? ? ,; ? HOTEIi PREMAMTLE £''? ''??--'.'?''*' -; - A Popular House for Residence and ; ?'-.'- Refreshments. BILLY BOULTER, ? The Cheery Proprietor. H. H. F8UIMCT0M, COACH and MOTOR BODY BUILD . BR and GENERAL BLACKSMITH.. r Cornwr ADELAIDE and QUEEN VIC TORIA STREET, FREMANTLE. JACK MORRISON, FREMANTLE. '; Registered WA. Turf Club. '-'? All Registered Courses.. Grand National Hurdle and ...
THE BRAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920
v .- TH« BRAT. .-. I am 'The Brat' ' (They call. me that); . . : I make them hear My voice so dear. Morning noon, and night, At mischiefs call, I worry all Who live id the place; ' I go the pace, . The whole day long.- ' But still; H si mouse,: ' - . ?— '' Is all the house, : And work can be done . _ When the day itf run ! (For rm asleep). \ Somebody on a river cruise reckoned that Morrie Crawcour. had been at the \ bottle of whisky. '???-? But he couldn't, have been. H« couldn't get the cork out! ? ''.'? ? The tea-room r'BSnds' want* double wages for the 'PanoeV visit. * Never mind. Anybody can get doubls wagers bjt^gpuig. |o . .Son Jacobson. 'Aussie,' the; fine little paper, writ ten, illustrated, and. published by dig- j gers in the trenches anil elsewhere at I the front, has now been brought out in I book form. (Tyrrell's Limited' 'IJf-* I trade 4/-). .
Tweaks and Squeaks [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920
Tweaks and SqueaRs The tea-girl's motto-V'I 'serve.' The customer's — 'I wait.' ? ♦ ? - .* Bosom friends — the he-jazzer and the she-jasfzer. ' News .Item :Billy Hughes is collaring . the wool. Evidently some new yarn to fleece us. - * ? ? Somebody said to a Terrace bookie: 'There's a fresh mug born every min ute.' 'But the supply, never equals the demand,' was the retort. '????' : .*??-.. ♦ - -? Percy B—^—'b early struggles— with mother when she tried to wash his ears. . ''-??? ? 'What did the guests say when the water was turned into wine?' asked the Sunday-school teacher. 'Here's luck!' ? - ? ? ? . ??? Watt Hughes is Joe Cook? ? ? ? ? The knuts will be pleased to know that Fashion has decreed that women are not to wear dresses any longer. In fact they will be an inch shorter. ? ? ? ' The married men have better halves. But the bachelors Ibave sometimes bet ter quarters! ? ? ? ? : The Prince's motto: You can kiss ? some of the girls all the time, and all the girls some of the time...
LATHLAIN'S NEW LOVE. LITTLE MONTENEGRO JILTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920
LATHLAXXTS NEW LOVS. LITTLE MONTENEGRO JILTED. Mayor Lathlain's latest window de coration shows a touching little pic ture of 'Our New Ally.' Little Mon tenegro, of course! No, sir, it wasn't. Close inspection showed it to be none less than Wilhelm Hohenzollern. in the uniform of a British admiral! ! ! Great snakes! Can you fancy the look of 'is Washup the Mayor when he discovered the joke that had been put up on him. Of course, it was pasted outside his window — not inside, but you'll hardly notice that in the photo's that certain enterprising gents have snapped of it. Poor old Lath.
Friday's Historic Trotting Meeting. Record Crowd Greets The Prince PRINCE OF WALES CUP WON BY STEEL BELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920
friday's Historic Trotting Meeting. Record Crowd Greets THe Prince PBXNCE OF WAL1S CUP 'WON BT STtlL BELL. 5 J Under unfavourable weather condi tions the WA: Trotting Association held its special fixture, in honour of the Prince of Wales' visit on Friday night. During the evening heavy showers felt at frequent intervals. : Great disappointment was expressed on. all sides when it was known and screened that the Prince would not be in attendance owing to the inclement weather, and all sorts of rode aad nasty remarks were made about our future monarch, but to the astonishment and delight of the tremendous crowd pre sent, at 9.15, a notice went up on the screen as follows: — 'His Royal Highness will attend at 955 pan. for a few moments only.' This notice was received with great cheering. At 9.40 pan. the pilot car made its appearance on the track, en tering by the south-west corner gate, then cam? the Royal car, the sight of which was the cue for tunmltaous cheering^ The party drove aro...
THE PRINCELY VISITATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920
THE PRINCELY VISITATION. (By Our Sporting Editor). The day's sport opened with the Aero Hurdles. There were only two starters-^Royal Train, by Commis sioner out of Treasury (jockey, Snap shot), and Plane, by Static out of Buo yant (jockey. Major). After a ding dong go from Midland to Mt. Lawley, Plane turned wide in a double loop, and his competitor raced past the post in fine style. We suspect Major's mount of running stiff. The Procession Plate attracted a great deal of speculation from the vast crowd. The event turned out rather tamer than was anticipated, and right from start to finish there was little change in the positions. Eventually the honours went to Policeman, follow ed closely by Kinema. Young Prince, who appeared to tire very much on the journey 7 rode a creditable race, and iust managed to secure third place. Much more excitement prevailed at the Digger's Cup. A good start was effected, Harry boltin' well to the fore, and bidding fair to crowd out the rest of the fiel...