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Sowing a Wind AND REAPING A WILLY WILLY. P. & O. NIGGER SCOWS-STRIKE BOTHER IN ALL AUSTRALIAN PORTS-THANES TO FATHER JERGER-AUSTRALIAN COAST LIKELY TO LOSE ITS ASIATIC STIGMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

Sowing a Wind AND REAPING A WILLY WILLY. P. & O. NIGGER SCOWS— STRIKE BOTHER IN ALL ATJSTRA LIAN PORTS-THANES TO FATHER ^ERGER-AUSTRA LIAN COAST LIKELY TO LOSE HS aImcSTTOMAT The wealthy P. and p. Co., which has sweated its millions out of the tofl of the benighted coolies of Asia, and is still, as ever, man ned by coloured crews, is made the tool of an anti-Australian Gov ernment for the deportation of White Australians.— Fact. Little did the captain and agents of the Black Khyber imagine, when thev backed uo the military oooh bahs' falsehood, thereby persuading the Port Adelaide Watersiders to coal the vessel, that in so doing they probably signed the death warrant of 'that nigger-driving company's Australian trade. In the past the P. and O's. invet erate anti-white policy has been re garded with too much tolerance; use had robbed the notion of their Asia tic crews of the acute edge of its repulsiveness. So we slumbered on, feeding up this enemy of the white race with mail...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Glorious Weather at Goodwood [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

Glorious \We»ther at Goodwood Mr. Alex. Clydesdale wore an ex pansive smile yesterday afternoon, when a very large attendance, en couraged by the glorious weather, rolled up to witness the tip-top pro - gramme provided. Following are the results: — w Second Class Purse, of 70 so vs.; sec ond 10 and. third 3 sovs. from stake. Six furlongs. J. O'Malley's GENERAL SARS FIELD, by Sparta— Sianella, ' 8.7 (McKenna) : ? 1 Swan , Queen, 8.13 (Bennett) .. 2 Lookflint, 95 (Robinson) ? 3 ' Other, starters: Faithwaif, 8.13 , ' '(Leonard) ; Blinkfield, 8.13 (God frey) ; Lapse, 83 (Bowles) ; Eucoroo, 8.9 (Bowden) ; Lady Fides, 8.7 (War ilaminde); Little Perks, 8.4 (Perci vaO: Iberis, 8.4 (Norrie) ; Kappa, 8.1 (Sibbritt) ; Pertor, 7.12 (Hurst) ; MacMeryl, 7.4 (Bowler);; Pantile, 7.4 (Biglands); Una Joy, 7.0 (Whelan); Flintess, 7.0 (Haley); Regalis, 7.0 (N. Percival). Dividends (for 10/-) : S.O., $3/9/-; place, 19/-, 43/-, 37/-. Betting: 3 to 1 agst Kappa, 5 to 1 GENERAL SARSFIELD, 8 to 1 Lockflint,...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Insurance Agents Strike INSURANCE AGENTS' DISPUTE. UNIQUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

Insurance Agentr Strike INSURANCE AGENTS' DISPUTE. UNIQUE. Thr present strike of insurance agents has been described as unique and so it is in more ways than one. Firstly, it is the first strike of workers paid on a commission basis that we know of in the Common wealth. Secondly, it is 'the only strike we know of which does not threaten an increase in the cost of living. Thirdly, it is unique in that the offices can and do pay some agents the equivalent of what the agents are asking for, but claim they can not do so at all. Fourthly, it is a strike in which the workers generally can assist. Concerning the second point, the worst that could happen if the claims of the agents were conceded, is that the amount paid when the policies mature would be slightly less than if the claims were not granted. Suppose for argument's sake you pay a premium of 1/ weekly for a £50 policy, plus bon uses, your bonus would be 5/- less on account of the extra five times granted. As the societies have pai...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Boulder Races Boulder. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

Boulder Races ? Boulder. Saturday. The above club's July meeting ws held to-day, with the following results :— '? Fint and Second Division Handicap. Six furlongs. Bergeo ? 1 ! Yapp ? 2 Tresflores ? 3 Other . starters : Prince Halberd, 8.7; Tintagel, 7.11; Tagus, 6.12; RoHe, Nonplussed, 6.7. Betting: '7 to 1 agst Bergeo. Third Division - Handicap.-rSeven furlongs. Arthur L., 83 ? 1 ? Greenwing, 7.4 ? 2 Cresley, 7.12 ? 3 Other starters: Rumbling, 9.7; On Fire, 95; Houseboy, 85; Brearley, 8.5; Flintmine, 82; Floanton, Last Shot- 8.0; Camel Gun, 7.12; Cornau, Acclaim, 7.0. , Betting: 3 to 1 agst Arthur L. Fourth Division Handicap.— Six furlongs. ? , ~ Frondeur, 7.7 ..,.,.... 1 - Tyana, 8£ .. .. :. -.. -.-.- 2 Mystical Rose, 8.4 ♦♦ .* 8 . Other starters: Emis Queen, Col or Point, Devon Lass, Stewart's Choice, 9.5; Ayr Son,' Orvich, 92; Ladv Fidelis, Amiens, 9.0; Flying Star, Glenfbre, 8.8; Molly Ayrville, 8.4; Woolabar, 8.1; Passerine, Par dona, Mingul Gong, 7.12; Permando 7.10; Postal U...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
People About & About People [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

People About & About People Readers of The Mirror will learn with sincere regret of a serious mis hap which recently befel Mr. Hugh McMahon, the celebrated band master. From the meagre particu lars as yet to hand, it appears that the eminent solo cornetist was playing on the Banks of Allan Water when he fell in. Further particulars regarding his rescue and present condition are eagerly and anxiously awaited. A m. A Esteemed and respected by all who knew him, the death, at* th,e early age of 37, of Ernie Foreman, proprietor of the Perth Hostel, Wil liam-street, will be sincerely regret- ? ted. For some time past his health had been indifferent, but to the end he maintained his wonted bonhom mie and ever cheerful and sunny temperament. Many a 'down and out' did he assist to get going again, and although his kindness was often imposed upon by thank less and worthless individuals, such knowledge did not deter him from standing by anyone he regarded as genuine. He was a prominent...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Eastern Racing Points for Punters and Pugs TheServiceStrike (By Our Special Correspondent.) MOONEE VALLEY MEETING. STEEPLE WON BY IOLAUS. Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

Eastern Racing NW »r Pnters aid Pass TheSemceStrike (By Our Special Correspondent.) MOONEE VALLEY MEETING. STEEPLE WON BY IOLAUS. Melbourne, Saturday. Ihe Moonee Valley Racing Club held a meeting to-day in fine wea ther. Following are the results: — Guttbrand Hurdles.-- Two miles. Shadow Dancer (Thompson) 1 Silver Heart (Price)'. ? 2 Telecles (Reid) ? 3 Other starters: Silent Way, Ash view, Front Rank, Kilowai, Choral Captain W., Godwin Star, Sword Stroke. Betting: 6 to 4 agst Shadow Dan cer, 6 to 1 Silver Heart, 8 to 1 Silent Way or Ashview, 10 to 1 Telecles. . Bandurria (Dempsey) .. .. 1 Ipoh (Franklin) ? ; 2 Blue Cross (Toulsham) .... 3 Other starters: Crisette, Lystrim, Ktlflinn, Wangil, St. Mira, Liberty Won by a head, with one length between second and third. Time, ? mm. 48J sec. Derrimut Handicap.— Six furlongs. Loan, Orula. Betting: 6 to 4 agst Blue Cross, 7 to 2 Bandurria, 6 to 1 GHsette, 7 to 1 St. Mira, '50 to 1 IpohJ Won by a heal, with half a length between second and t...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FEDERAL TAXATION [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

FEDERAL TAXATION ? ? The Federal Commissioner of Tax ation (Mr. R. Ewing) directs atten tion to the fact that forms are now. available for the rendering of re turns under the Federal Land and Income Acts for the financial year 1920-21. Full instructions are is sued with each form. iiicume lax returns mu^ oe mug ed by the 31st July in the case of persons who derive their income from other sources than business, i.e., salary and wage-earners, and those who gain their income solely from dividends or property. Where the income represents the proceeds of business the 31st August is the final date for lodgment. The re turn . covers .the period 1st July, 1919, to 30th June, 1920. Where approval has been obtain ?ed for the adoption of a period other than the financial year, or extension of time has been granted for lodg ment of returns, the department points but that in such cases all lists of salaries paid to employees, dividends paid to shareholders, etc., during the year ended the 30th J...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Fremantle Fragments [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

FremanUe Fragments Seen shaking hands in Perth last week — two boon cobbers, Mr. Strel itz and Mr. Joe Allen, ex-M.L.C: the best of friends. But wasn't Allen one of the bloqaes who shrieked during the war that he would never again recognise a German — never — never? It is rumoured, however, that an architect will be needed shortly for alterations to Viking House. Joe Allen is an architect. Through Wednesday's 'West' the Civil Servants acknowledged a cheque of £100 from Jack Wren. The press did not, however, state that Mr. Wren handed the hundred to Bill Renton to give to the btrik ing civies. Imagine the shock wben Colonel Bill, of the Lumpers, met the secretary of the Disputes Com mittee and gave him that cheque — a new world of working class bro therhood is being born these last few months. The absence of the State Fruit In spector during the strike produced an incident worth noting during the loading of the Charon with fruit last week. A Customs man brought down a Federal fruit i...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
P.& O. EMBARGO REMOVED. SOME CANDID COMMENTS. BY LUMPER OFFICIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

P. 4 0. EMBARGO REMOVED. SOME CANDID COMMENTS. BY LUMPER OFFICIAL. After a hold-up of nearly a week, the P. and O. embargo was lifted by the Waterside Workers' Central Executive in Melbourne. We un derstand the decision was arrived at by a very narrow majority, and, if circumstances warrant, is not un likely to be reversed. The chief motive underlying the removal of the ban was one of consideration for the Australian public — the P. and' O. have already last thousands of pounds as a result of* the week's demurrage on their boats, and, whether they or the Federal Gov ernment eventually pay, the fine is no doubt heavy enough to serve as a. severe lesson to both offenders, whereas a continuance of the em bargo would seriously affect avail able Australian freight space It might be interesting, however, to publish the opinion of a promin ent member of the Fremantle Lumpers' Union regarding the whole position. He said: 'The Lumpers' Union will always stand to a principle. It was b; en on ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
STOP PRESS P. & O. EMBARGO. Latest from Melbourne [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

fSTOPPRES*. P. & O. SMBAB&O. Latest from Melbourne. Melbourne, July 31, 11 aan. A special conference of Land and Sea Transport Unions (comprising six main bodies) has carried the following resolution: — 'That this Conference recom mends aU unions concerned to again place all P. & O. boats un der boycott until Charles Jerger ' is landed at Colombo.'

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

I EVERYONE 4|3 1 ENJOYS ... 9 CASTLEMAINE | Beer I ana 1 Stout

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Mines, Mufflers and Melody-Makers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

Miles, Minncrs 6M Ndoig-Mokers There is a curious relationship ex isting amongst three performers round at the Shaftesbury Theatre. Two actors, billed as brothers, are not directly related in any way. The sister of one of them is married to the other partner, so. that they are brothers-in-law. Who whispered Dela vales? — well, now, it's out, we may as well finish it — Lily Vockler. « ? ? *Last week at the Shaftesbury The atre, G. W. Desmond presented, with his old friend of 'Pierrot Pie' days, Cyril Ncrthcote, a very funny duo piece entitled, 'Two Merry Parsons.' Those wh» visited His Majesty's Theatre months ago when Sidney James, despite the journalistic erup tion of the 'Sunday Times,' heid packed houses every night, will re member the success that these two comedians made of their turn. Their reception and subsequent plaudits at the Shaftesbury last week de monstrated that these fellows had lost none of their ability to enter tain the public, and it demonstrated too, that the pe...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Sub-Rosa. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

Sub-Rosa. Discontent is rife in the Railway Workshops, and work until 6.48 p.m. is now the order of the day. Fit ters can't be procured, and yet ap prentices who have completed their time during thfe last few months ha--e been dismissed: What is the Minister for Railways going to do about it? O Jack, Jack you are so fat, £our Since you went away to London overseas ; But the men and boys at Midland will be getting very light, Now they only have ten minutes for their teas. They catch the dirty rattler in the dark and dreary morn, And 'Bowy' Bennet sets the pace all day; But now the overtime is fixed — they'll be walking home at night, Underneath the silver moon and .Milky Way. O Jack, Jack, now don't get wet — but get a wriggle on. Tell Pope and John and Evans to sweat a little more, And don't put all the worry on the weary men and boys, Or. you'll never get that wheat down to the shore. Don't be too tight and stingy when the engines all go wrong, For their lives are short and lim ite...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
EASTERN FOOTBALL. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

EASTERN FOOTBALL. VICTORIA. Richmond (5—8 beat Collingwood Carlton (11—14) beat South Mel bourne (7—10). St. Kilda (10—10) beat Essendon (7—9). Fitzroy (6—11) beat Geelong (3 —9).

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SHAKESPEARE UP-TO-DATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

SHAKESPEARE UP-TO-DATE. Civil Service Strike. — The Premier announced that to meet the difficul ty occasioned by the refusal of Cabi net to pay the two weeks' salary to the officers while out on strike, he was prepared to advance the money as a loan, to be repaid within 12 months.— 'West Australian,' 28/7/20 'Mitchell and Civil Service Officer.' Mitchell: Are you answered? This is no answer, thou unfeeling man, To excuse the current of thy cruelty. M-l.: I am not bound to please thee with my answer. C.S.O.: Do all men kill the things they do not love? M-L: Hates any man the thing he would not kill? C.S.O.: Every offence is not a hate at first. M-L: What, would'st thou have a serpent sting thee twice? The pound of flesh which I demand of him is dearly bought; 'tis mine, and I will have it. Replace the old flag by three golden balls, A symbol more fitting for Cabinet's walls. * Picture stern Justice, with one open eye, Tipping the Premier a wink on the sly. [ Flash round the wireless;...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
HOW THE TEAMS STAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

HOW THE TEAMS STAND. j „ ? P- W. L. D. Pts ] Subiaco .... 12 7 4 1 30 4 E. Perth .... 12 7 5 — 28 ^ Perth ? 12 7 5 — 28 ' 1 E. Fremantle. 12 6 6 ? 24 J W. Perth .... 12 5 6 1 22 S. Fremantle .12 3 9 ? 12 . — j ?

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Statement by FatHer Callistus SUPERIOR OF THE PAS SIONIST ORDER IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

Statement by Father Callistus SUPERIOR OF THE PAS SIONIST OBDEB IN AUSTRALIA. I have known Father Jerger for the past twenty-seven years, and durincr that period I never heard him say anything disloyal. False accusations were made against him and he was condemned I without a trial. Senator Pearce's reasoning on .this head is rather I peculiar. This Father Jerger wants a fair trial; 'but what man under I the War Precautions Act ever got a fair trial? I The fact that he (Father Jerger) was informed' on by one of his own, is convincing proof to this Minister of Defence that he is guilty. Was Christ guilty because he was betrayed by Judas? Let Senator Pearce produce the evidence alleged to have been given by one of his (Father Jerger's) own, and let him remember that a letter is not evidence until proved to be authentic. There is not one point in the Parliamentary papers that were plac ed on the table of the New Soutk Wales Legislative Assembly that I _ cannot prove to be false. . ' ' I...

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 — 1 August 1920

Tweaks a nd Squeaks Man proposes, but the old man disposes — with his boot. * ? ? 'Think the Government will win if they hold out?' 'Yes, if they hold out the olive branch!' ?- ? ? Up at Guildford Henn is a head master, in Perth Crow is a parson, Wren is a 'sport,' and Bird was also 4 nofenn (Swan and Emu are beers). ? ? * The first time a Scotsman was ill was when he took the balance of his wife's medicine so that it shouldn't be wasted. ? ? c Joe Cook goes from the Navy to the Treasury. He should have ex perience in 'floating' loans. ? * .* Billy Hughes is going to 'smite them hip and thigh.' ♦ Like Samson — with the jawbone of an ass. ? ? * One of the returned boys asked the instructor at the vocational school if he could learn to milk a cow in a week. 'I hope so,' said he, 'for the cow's sake!' ? c ? Because they so seldom find them in, many wives find their husbands out. ? * ? i Where there's a will there's a way ? — for the lawyers to make money out of it. ? ? ? There was a yo...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CYCLING. Midland Road RAce [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

CYCLING. Midland Road Race. The 24-mile road race at Midland Junction finished as follows: — Hill .. ? 1 Joyce .. .. ^. ? 2 Anderson .. .. .. 3

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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END OF THE STRIKE. Our Ideas About It. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

END OF THE STRIKE. Our Ideas About It. The Service Strike is over. They haven't exactly surrendered at dis cretion ; but if they'd had more dis cretion they would either have avoided a fight, or fought when they got into one. All went well for a week — and they fought as men should— for a week, then the hopeless service mind asserted itself, and the temp tation to crawl proved too much for1 the majority of the committee. Mitchell saw his chance. When the committee went on its knei.: he commanded it to get on all fours, and when it go$ on all fours he - dered it to go on its belly — and it went. So this is the model strike! Save us from such another. Well-a-day, perhaps we're hard; these youngsters in unionism must learn by the same slow road as their predecessors. We trust they have learned. But next time, if there is a next time, pray Heaven the rank and file elect a majority of fighters to their committee. Meantime, if they take our advice (we know they won'i) they'll go in for po...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
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