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Boxing OUR NEW WELTER CHAMPION. STONE WINS THE TITLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

Boxing OUR NEW WELTER CHAMPION. STONE WINS THE TITLE. Harry Stone, the lightweight champion of Australia, . won the welterweight title on Tuesday night, when he beat Fred Kay after 20 eventful and strenuous rounds. His Majesty's Theatre was packed, a fit ting answer to those journals who cried that the boxing boom had burst, and from applause which came from all parts of the house durine the urosress of the fieht. it was evident that the audience was pro-Kay. \ During the first few, rounds Stone was the constant aggressor, but lat er on Kay saw fit, at times, to poke out his long right arm and advance to carry fight to the little Yank. Stone's favourite antics were brought to a sudden stop in the first half-dozen rounds; when he started his ? 'kangaroo' hop Kay leapt in, and with a left swing made the lightweight look pretty queer. Al though the referee in his wisdom awarded the decision to Stone, sev eral times the audience witnessed the amazing spectacle of Kay mak ing his opponen...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Yesterday's Football INTERSTATE TEST HATCH. Great Tussle at Subiaco [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

Yesterday's Football. INTERSTATE TEST MATCH. Great Tussle at Subiaco. —\3 ? All interest in football was cen tred yesterday in the test match on the Subiaco oval before a large crowd. The match was the outcome of the decision of the League to have a test game to finally select a com bined team to play Sturts on August 21st. The League appointed two selec tion committees. i.e..»Messrs. Craon. Wilson, and Moffat, to pick the 1st eighteen, and Messrs. Hodge, Mat son, and Orr the 2nd team. The teams were composed as fol low: — £ First eighteen: Wiuibridge, Hew by, Bateman, Mudie, Brentnall, Out ridge, Carlson, Truscott, Hoft, Sou tar, Beasley, Cinoris, Steele, H. Campbell, Rodriquez, Ion, A. Watts, Duffy. Second eighteen: Jack Callow, Boyd, Adams, Langlands, Ford, Green, Allen, Thomas, Hicks, Mor gans, Gunnyon, Bahen, Gaynor, Sparrow, Watts, J. Campbell, Bus hell, Riconi. Nipper Truscott captained the 1st eighten, which sported Subi's col ours, with Outridge as vice; whQe Harry Bushell,...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Comments on the Running AT GOODWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

Comments on theHunning . AT GOODWOOD. An excellent crowd turned up at Goodwood yesterday. . Racing on the whole was interesting, although there was a good deal of' '^'dead meat.' . t ^ In the Second .Division 'at the First Class Purse, Waralee fell, and her rider, JiitcheU, was badly shak en. On inquiry after the conclu sion, he was reported to be progress ing favourably. General Sarsfield, a 6 to 1 'pop,' led from start to fin ish in the opening event, and beV.t Swan Queen nicely by two lengths. There was a ton of money tor Kap pa in this race, but Duggan's geld ing got away badly, and did well to finish fifth. Lady Fides was pro minent to the turn. All the accep tors, 14 in all, faced the barrisr for the Second Class Plate (first divi sion). Fours the field was on offer at the opening of* the betting, Can tilever eventually finished favourite at threes So .1 support came for Yardie at fives and 9 to 2, and An dronicus was well backed at 6's and 5's. The favourite led to the turn, ...

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

Midland Notes ? u ? Jack the Crow is an anti-shouter. ? ? * Commissioner Pope tried last week to birdlime the Workshop bloques into reinstating the old and completely dead 48-hour system. The workshoppies, however, were not having any, and dedded to put in any overtime needed on five days of the week, keeping Saturday morn ing free. t 4. X *. 'r ^« ^» Mrs. Uren, of the Freemasons Hotel, left her keys in her bedroom last Saturday evening, and, of course, some one opened the safe and took £80 out of it. Now the police, including two 'tecs from Perth, are trying to find out who did it. It's a grand chance for the spry Sergeant to bale up the passer by and ask 'What's yer name?' ? ? ? The Victoria-street residents' peti tion got that water-logged street drained alright— good for them, that is the way to shake up the council. Why even the health inspector woke up for a minute— and promptly went to sleep again. ? ? ? Some of- the loco, men are begin ning to query the attentions of some of...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Pars—Pungent and Polite [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

Pars— Pungent and Polite A report issued by the Fremantle 'Nationalist' Federation sorrow fully admits: — 'There is grave danger that, ow ing to the unrest now prevailing, the control of government may pass into the hands of the political Labour party.'. The Nat. Ass. seems to be suffer inrr frnm o TnrwTIPTl* €\f RJUlltV. Slich Lucid intervals are common on the rerge of dissolution. ? ? * Frank Anstey, M.H.R., the Syd ney 'Worker' informs us, is recup erating in the Moree district, and at last advice was said to be regaining bis old-time dash and activity. ? ? ? Billy Hughes' bum-boats axe ad vertised to sail from 'East and West Coast ports of England as under'; Australpeak, from Antwerp, Mid dlesborough, Hull and London; Calulu, from Glasgow, Liverpool, Newport, and Avonmoutb. When we went to school Antwerp used to be in Belgium, and Glasgow in Scot land, but no doubt things are chang ed since Biliouse won that war they used to talk so much about. Fact is, Wm. Horrors Hughes knows ...

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

TATTERSAIit'S Monster CONSULTATIONS WE COMMUNICATE WITH HOBABT. CHAS. WATSON & CO., PERTH ABSOLUTELY NO REPRESENTATIVES. Biggest RACING DRAMA since - ' THE WHIP ' is— 'THE THOROUGHBRED' Featuring Alice Joyce as the Sporting Duchess. Showing MONDAY to FRIDAY at the THEATRE ROYAL r— ? MELROSE ? — t Direction ? Durham MarceL THE VAUPEVILLE HIT OF THE YEAB. JOHN LAWSON & COMPANY ' . in ? W. W. JACOBS' SKETCH, 'THE MONKEY'S PAW.' / ? —— LESTER BROWN'S REVUE, .TIT-BITS. Claire Solly, Preston and Perrin, Les. Holmes, Three -fc rrs. * PRICES, 3/3, 2/2, 1/1 J Plan at Melrose. 'Phone^3581. 5HAFTESBURY THE SHOW OF SHOWS. Prices: 3/-, 2/-, 1A (plus Tax).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

I Make pTo Mistake ! if Who's Your Halter ? John R. SAUNOERS Limited, Good Clothes Store Wellington SL (Next Globe Hitcl) Reg. Harrison, Criterion Hotel.— Swan Beer Only. ISWAN |-ALE= I Largest Sale | X*© vev Stale ROYAL HOTEL PERTH REVISED PRICE LIST. ?(-?:?? ., AUGUST, 1920. Australian Whisky .. .. ? 4 0 7 3 Scotch WMsky (Own Bottling) ? 8 6 Bonds (Australian) ? 8 6 SPECIAL SCOTCH ? - ? 9 9 : Extra Special .. /. ? 10 « Ho. 10, Dewar's, King George, Green Stripe, D.CJL, I' Jameson ..- ? 10 0 Bed Collar, Gaelic, Thome's, Crawford ? 10 0 , Hennessy * Brandy ... ? 8 3 16 0 Chat. Tanunda ? 5 0 9 6 Penfold's, Bone's, Samson, and Irvine's Brandy ... 6 0 96 TondutFreres ? 6 « 9 6 Blue ©rde ....... ? , . 86 Gin (Old Tom or Dry) ? 6 3 9 6 Gin, Blind's (i Bottle) ? ?? 4 0 Bam. ? ? ^....7 0 9 0 ' Port Wine' ? 2 0 3 0 3 6 6 0 66 Emu, Union, Swan, and Bed Castle Ale,, per bottle 0 11 Smu, Union, Swan, and Bed Castle Ale, per dozen 11 0 Emu, Union, Swan; and Bed Castle Stout, per bottle 0 ll£ Em...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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FINANCIAL SABOTAGE IN QUEENSLAND AND W.A [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

?financial sabotage. IN QUEENSLAND AND W.A. That the next Labour Govern ment to assume power either in the State or the Commonwealth is in for a fighting time — if it has any fight in it — is evidenced by the dis gracefully unpatriotic action of a clique ? of Queensland financiers, land-hogs, and profiteers. It appears that some months ago the Queensland Lower House passed a B^l revising the scale' of land rents on pastoral leases. The land hogs hit by the measure hoped to block it in the Council, but' the Govern ment were there first, and'Swamped that effete and useless House with Labour nominees—members of the Legislative Council are nominated, not elected, in Queensland. Enraged at the destruction of this bulwark of privilege, the pro fiteers and monopolists of the Nor thern State embarked upon a policy of financial sabotage. Making an excuse of the amending Pastoral Rents Bill, they concocted a charge of 'breach of contract' against the Government, and sent a delegation to Londo...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PERTH WITHOUT AN AMBULANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

PERTH WITHOUT AN AM- . BULANCE. Owing to the Fire Brigade's Am bulance van being in hospital for a few days, Perth is virtually without any official machinery for the re moval of accident cases to the hos pital. This is a sorry state of affairs. Citizens will realise with something of a shock that this important func tion of any btfsy city hangs in our own town upon so slender a thread as a single ambulance van. This is not as it should be. In many accident cases, 'time is the es sence of the contract,' and. we are all liable to accident — even the driver of the ambulance van, his horse, and the van itself. We may be disposed, off hand, to remark that an accident to the ambulance van whilst on its way to the scene of an accident would be a very strange coincidence indeed, but a moment's reflection will show that a van that never goes out save to at tend an accident cannot possibly it self meet with an accident under any other circumstances. And upon the delay — which the provision o...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
WAR SERVICE HOMES. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

WAR SERVICE HOMES. (To the Editor.) Sir, — Your exposure of the exas perating and blundering methods of the War Service Homes' Authori ties is timely, but so far it seems to have had little effect, for to the already over-staffed list of 'super- viso'rs,' or pannikin bosses, two more were added this week — that malips fourteen altocether. and most of them not worth their salt, or, at any rate, not fit for the work en trusted to them. Most of them are connected with the building trade, but in few instances are they super vising work in their own particular line. We have carpenters over brickies, brickies over plasterers, and so forth. Regarding the undue inflation of prices, I can bear out your remarks. We are engaged on a house at the present moment that was originally intended to cost the maximum price, £750 — and ^what sort of house can . you build for less? As things are going, the soldier for whom it is be ing erected will be run into four fig ures before he can call the place h...

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

THE PRODUCE STORES. FARRELL BROS, and EEANE, HOWARD-STREET, FREMANTLE. B est Stocks and Lowest Rates.

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THE PADBUBY BEQUEST. Balance-Sheet Wanted [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

THE PADBURY BEQUEST. BalanceSheet Wanted. It is some five years ago since the late Walter Padbury left a sum of £30,000 to be invested for the bene fit o the old mefn and women who spend the declininjf -years of their lives at the*. Homes at Claremoiit and Fremantle. Trustees were duly appointed to watch the investments and the ds:i tribution which takes the form nf a few extra 'comforts, tobacco, Xmas gifts, etc. The present trustees of the fund are Sir Talbot Hobbs, Messrs. Battye, and Neil McNeil, with Mr. H. C. Howell as secretary, and s ofar these gentlemen have netfer presented a balancMheet. We have no desire to doubt the trustees, but surely the bequest is a matter that affects the public, par ticularly as, since its inception, other gifts and treats which were previ ously given to the old people have been discontinued, owing to the donors believing that the bequest was sufficient for the needs of the Homes. We respectfully suggest to the trustees — without any intention of ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WRIGGLY "WEST." COMES A CAPITAL G. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

THE WRIGGLY 'WEST,' COMES A CAPITAL G. ? \* ? The senile dope-monger of St George's Terrace that trades under the name of 'vigilans et audax' — which, liberally interpreted, signifies 'watch your chance to land a foui' — climbed laboriously upon a pedes tal last Tuesday. Said pedestal blazoned to the world the intima tion tnat tne tning on top was the subject of the seventh beatitude. 'Twas a neat and cunning scheme, this peace-making of the 'West's.' It suggested that the. Civil Servants should retract their demand that the Government pay the price of its pi&headedness and stupidity in the shape of continuous salary for the strike period, on condition that the said Goverjjruent lend the amount asked, and allow twelve months for its repayment.^ No doubt the 'West's' hint was inspired; at any rate it was a cun ning and unscrupulous dodge, . in tended as an apple of discord. Right through the bosses' journal has play ed one dodge after another to split thcranks of the stftkers...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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SCOTCH THE SECTARIAN SNAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

SCOTCH THE SECTARIAN SNAKE. Anent the inglorious humbug talked about 'sectarianism' in connection   with the Jerger incident in this   State, the religious persuasions of a few persons prominent in the matter   might be of interest. Mrs. Jennie   Baines, who led the invasion of   Federal Parliament House, is well known in Melbourne as a militant, agnostic. Associated with the campaign in Melbourne were also R. S.   Ross, .editor of an anti-Christian   magazine; J. J. Langley, well-known both In Perth and Melbourne as a   Rationalist lecturer; and Rev. F. Sinclaire, a Unitarian clergyman. In this State, W. Renton, of the Fremantle Lumpers; and F. A. Baglin,   M.L.C., are Methodists; W. L. Jones, M.L.A, and E. J. Donne, editor of 'Truth, are strong adherents of the Church of England. Edwards, M.L.A., of Adelaide, we understand. also owes allegiance to the Church of Carl...

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

          EVERYONE   ENJOYS . . . CASTLEMAINE Beer and Stout  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

The Chevrolet Roadster welcomes the opportunity of proving its worth by a careful scrutiny of bills for maintenance.     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. Skipper Bailey Motor Co., Ltd. Distributing Agents       CHEVROLET GLOBE HOTEL   WELLINGTON-STREET, PERTH (Opposite Railway Station).   F. DAY, : : : Licensee.         FEDERAL LAND, INCOME AND WAR-TIME PROFITS TAX RETURNS ARE DUE LAND AND WAR-TIME: AUGUST 31, 1920. INCOME: * ALL EXCEPT BUSINESSES:   JULY 31, 1920. BUSINESSES: AUGUST 31, 1920. Forms of Land and Income Re- turn may be obtained at Post Offi- ces, or my Office. Forms-o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

UNION THE BEER THAT MADE KALGOORLIE FAMOUS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

The Prince's Visit — Don't Fail to Patronise the American Bar at the   PALACE HOTEL Try Our Royal Fizz! The Original American Bar.     Established 10 Years. Under Management of J. Lane.   Proprietor — — — J. T. Glowrey   i_ ? ? ? ? — THE CAFE (Late) Burlington Cafe     PACKENHAM-STREET, FREMANTLE.   For Sunday Dinner and Every feed is Delicious, wholesome, and at Popular Prices.                                     The Mirror will Reflect You as   Well-Suited after a visit to — —   J. J. SNIGG ( SNIGG'S CORNER Barrack and Murray Streets   The Clothier and Outfitter. Everything in MEN'S WEAR in Stock from a Bootlac...

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Sayings of the Week [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

Sayings of the Week The man who would make a sec-   tarian issue of a principle as great as this (deportation without trial) would make a cesspool of his mother's grave. — Ben. Jones, at Fre mantle. The fight for Father Jerger has not finished — on the contrary it has only begun. — Bert Edwards, M.P. I will deal with Mr. Hughes when I return to Australia. — Dr. Mannix. All the Industrial Laws on the   Statute Books of the State are ob- solete. — Peter Mooney (Australian Labour Party). If I go to prison for Ireland I would have then scored one distinc- tion over Cardinal Merrier, of Bel- gium, whom the Germans never sent to gaol. — Dr. Mannix.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 1 August 1920

F.J.McLAREN.     Auctioneer, Land, Estate and In- surance Agent. Sworn Valuator. .Furniture Bought Right Out to   Save Auction Delays. Address: 5 CANTONMENT-STREET,   FREMANTLE.   Telephone, 797.   H. H. FOLLINGTON,   COACH and MOTOR BODY BUILDER and GENERAL BLACKSMITH. Corner ADELAIDE and QUEEN   VICTORIA-STREETS,   FREMANTLE.   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 Security from £5 to £1,000. War Bonds Bought. C. E. MOSELEY,   AUCTIONEER, HOUSE, LAND and COMMISSION AGENT. NEXT P.O., FREMANTLE. Tel, 937.     BILLIARDS.       BERT WEAVER, PRINCESS SALOON,   FREMANTLE.     Largest andi Most Up-to-Date...

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