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G.P.O. ATROCITY . "MIRROR' EXPOSURE APPRECIATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 8 August 1920
C.P.O. ATROCITY . 'MIRROR' EXPOSURE APPRECIATED. In our issue of JuljF 4th we publish ed an exposure of the barbarous intent of the Comonwealth authorities in cut ting out every provision for heating — whether by fires, radiators, or hot water pipes — in tne new i*..r.u. We are pleased to be able to report that the matter is being taken up by several of the Commonwealth Public Service organisations. The secretary of one of those bodies was at first ut terly incredulous when his attention was drawn to our exposure, and he felt sure that we had been made the vic tims of some hoax. He is, however, now thoroughly enlightened upon the Subject, and , expressed himself as highly pleased with 'The Mirror's' attitude. 'Such barbarity,' he con tinued, 'is so inconceivable that you will have no difficulty in making ex cuses for my declining to. take your word without making personal inves tigations.. Imagine us compelled to sit at desks in a gaunt stone building on such mornings as we have exp...
FRONTS CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 8 August 1920
ERONTS CIRCUS. Sporting folk will be interested to know that Messrs. Eroni Bros., whose big canvas show opens in Perth on the Esplanade on Satur day next, will introduce the cele brated team of high-jumping horses. This team, of equines is known throughout the length and breadth of Australia, and have competed in practically every show ring in each of the Eastern States. At the last Adelaide Show they carried off first, second, and third prizes in the high jumping in addition to the cham pion hunters' contest. ? With Eroni's Circus comes a nov elty turn in the form of a team of greyhounds, who specialise in long and high-jumping, one of which nightly negotiates a height of 15ft. 6m., and a distance over a 10ft. bar of 40ft., truly an astounding perfor mance. Comedy is a strong feature with Eroni Bros.' Circus^_and on Satur day night next, when the big show opens on the Esplanade, no less than five clowns will be introduced, head ed by Alfie Warren, who has been heralded as the cleve...
WAR SERVICE HOMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 8 August 1920
WAR SERVICE HOMES. — u — The muddle of the War Service Homes is steadily coming to a bead. We hear last Wednesday 25 men (bricklayers and labourers) ceas ed work * as a protest against the high-handed officiousness of supervisor roppin on tne in glewood group. Things came to a climax when a foreman bricklayer was sacked — for what it is hard to say. The position was smoothed over on Thursday morn ing when the men were told that the official in question had been removed from his foririer position, and the administration was under going a complete change — let us hope for the better. A change at the top of the ladder may mean cheaper houses for the soldier. Some questions, however, may be asked the- past administration.. The quantifies clerk may be able to in form us why it is that so many thousand bricks over the required number have been placed on jobs such as 215 Third-ave, and D., E., and F., Second-ave; alsp how many were over when the North Beach -road jobs were finished. Someon...
Canning' Park Gallops [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 8 August 1920
Canning Park Gallops Absolutely impossible weather greeted the Canning Park Race 'Qnb's meeting yesterday. Never theless, considering the adverse cir cumstances, a good attendance was recorded. Following are the re- . / Rill tK' ? 1 ARMADAT.K HURDLE RACE— / A handicap of 80 sovs.; second . ; horse to receive 10 sovs., and third horse 5 sovs. out of the stake.' About two miles. , T. K. Lauder's Good Tom, by Cobber— Spite, 10.5 (Leonard) 1 Yarrandale, 103 (McCann) .... 2 . Miarnui, 10.8 ( Warnamindie) . . 3, ' Other starters; Silent Tom, 9.10 (Septimus) ; Home Again, 9.0 ' (Cu bitt); Mygales, 9.0 (Spiers). Dividends (for 10/0 : S.O., £1/15/-, place, 12/-, 15/-, 17/-. , Betting: 6 to 4 agst Good Tarn, 4 to 1 Miarnui or Yarrandale, 5 to 1 Silent Tom, 10 to 1 others. Won by one length, with a length and a half between second and third. /Time, 4 min. 11 2-5, sec. i (Winner trained by owner). ' . FIRST CLASS PLATE— A handi cap of 90 sovs.; second horse to receive 15 sovs., and third horse ...
The Sunday Mirror PERTH, SUNDAY, AUGUST 8th., 1920 =THe Mistake of Moses [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 8 August 1920
CIh Sunday mirror PERTH, SUNDAY, AUGUST 8th., 1920 The Mistake of Moses Whenever a baby boy is found in an Ark of Reeds by a river shore, the World may commence to look for happenings that are not of every day. Once in Babylon such a babe ^w as found, who in aftertame wrote his laws upon pillars of stone for men to read and obey. That babe was xung xxumuram, prannugaror ox we most numane coae oi laws ine an cient world ever saw— laws that made slavery, that universal curse of ancient times, not more than a bondage for a definite term; that secur ed to the labourer a just wage; thatpunished the jerry-builder, and the adulterator of goods. And this was in the year 2200 B.C., more or less. Story. teOs again that Father Tiber threw up on his banks two in fants who became the foster children of a wolf, and that one of them, Romulus, became the founder of mighty Rome. The symbol of the Babe in the Ark, with many diverse nations, is associated with the birth of mighty national leaders. So ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 8 August 1920
ROYAL HOTEL t PERTH I ' REVISED PRICE LIST. fi. '; . AUGUST, 1920. liastralian Whisky ? 4 0 7 3 i&eotch Whisky (Own Bottling) ? 8 6 |-Brinds (Australian) ? 8 6 lp£GIAL SCOTCH ? , 9 9 Kfatra Special ? v ? i. '.. .. 10 6 pTo. 10, Dewar's, King George, Green Stripe, ' D.C.L., g Jameson ? .. .. 10 0 Hfced Collar, Gaelic, Thome's, Crawford ? \.... 10 0 igennesBy * Brandy ? . . 8 3 16 0 gsbat. Tanunda . . ? .. .. 5 0 9 6 g&fnlold'e, fidne's, Samson, and Irvine's Brandy ... 5 0 96 PtonSut Freres .. ..' ? 5 0 9 6 feBlae Circle ? 8 6 mih. -Old Tom or Dry) ? 6 3 9 6 pin, Brind's (J Bottle) ? 4 0 psm.. ? 7 0 9 0 mart Wine ? .....20 30 36 60 56 Pan, Union, Swan, and Bed Castle Ale, per bottle 0 11 Pmu, Union, Swan, and Red Castle Ale, per dozen % 11 0 Spinu, Union, Swan, and Bed Castle Stout, per bottle 0 11£ pbiat, Union, Swan, and Bed Castle Stout, per dozen 11 6 |V' Packing Extra. I W. H. JONES, Proprietor. I- /?' ? ? ' ^ fey ? . . ? ? ' . . Wmm!^mm in ? t '*'M'M''*' SWAN I -...
Eastern Racine RoseHil Sydney. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 8 August 1920
Eastern Racing ? u ? RoseHill Sydney, Saturday. The Rosehill. Racing Club's Au gust meeting was held to-day in fine weather. Following are the re sults: — MAIDEN HURDLE RACE.— Two miles. Maidos .'. ? 1 Pine Park ? 2 St. Pierre ? 3 Betting: 6 to 1 agst Maidos. HXGHWEIGHT HANDICAP.— Six furlongs. Bambina ? 1 Fenella ? . . 2 Whitefield ? .. .. 3 Betting: 3 to 1 agst Bambina. Second Division, Jarnac ? 1 Ruherst ? 2 Westinere ? 3 , Betting: 6 to 4 agst Jarnac. ROSEHILL HANDICAP. — One mile and a quarter. Perseus ? ;. 1 Carl Derby ? 2 Posadoon ? 3 Betting: 5 to 1 agst Perseus. AUBURN HANDICAP. — Seven furlongs. -Laddie Blue ? 1 Fortunandra . . ? 2 Quickstitch ? 3 Betting: 3 to 1 agst Laddie Blue. PARRAMATTA HANDICAP.— ' One mile. Cudare ? 1 Amberdown ? 2 Birthday ? 3 Betting: 5 to 1 agst Eudare.
V.R.C. HURDLES WOK BY SILVER HEART. Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 8 August 1920
V.R.C. HURDLES WON BY SILVER HEART. Melbourne, Saturday. The VA.T.C. Steeplechase meet ing was opened at Caulfield this af ternoon in cold weather. Splendid racing was witnessed. \ . Following are the results: — CRIMEA TRIAL.— Of 300 sovs. * Six furlongs. ? Lillieur, 6.13 (Wise) .. 1 The Promise, 95 (Foul sham) ? .. .. 2 Sabot, 9.1 (J. Wilson) . . 3 Other starters: Sablonette* 8.9; Mnemis, 8.6; Rousette, 8.1; Rathil let, 7.13; Orula, 7.11; Castellane, Monack, 7.9; Lady Desirous, Ban ongill, 7.5; Celestes, Sonny Foy, 7.3; myth, 6.13; Dimboola, 6.11; Charizil, Chicobee, 6.9; Departure, 6.7. Betting: 5 to 2 agst Rousette, 7 to 1 The Promise, 8 to 1 Monocle, 10 to 1 Sabot, 16 to 1 Lillieur. Won by two lengths. Time, L min. 15 sec. WILGAH STEEPLECHASERS' FLAT.— Of 400 sovs. One mile seven furlongs. Kinlark, 11.8.-Boyd) .. 1 Miss Rooslyn, 105 (Treen) 2 Wooloo, 10.15 (Reid) .. 3 Other starters: Port Askaig, 11.6s Pro Tem., 10.9; Boothulla, 102; Al gous, 9.12; Lynbar, 9.4; Doiran, 92; Aquar...
Sub-Rosa [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 8 August 1920
5ub-Rosa A popular identity in Fremantle is H. F. Briggs, of Millars. Henry is a great raconteur and an admirer of flappers. 'The Gadfly' has rfever seen him downhearted. Oh, Henry, Henry, you are a giddy youth, You're a judge of silken stockings and ankles neat forsooth. You can tell a spicy story; you can lend a willing ear, To the man who says I'm thirsty, will you come and have a beer? But you're getting older daily, and your knees are getting crookt; So remember there will come a time some day When in Don Chipper's orchard youll find your place is booked. Have you made your preparations for that day? ♦ ? ? 'Councillor Donald Clark, of Ton bridge, England, says 'No woman, however beautiful, can stand the test, of appearing in a damp and be draggled condition.' Mixed bathing has been the cause of many broken engagements, and it is to a large ex tent responisble for the fall in the .marriage rate.'— 'Daily Mail.' With winter nearly over, and sum mer almost 'here, When surfing with...
SNUBBED! CITY COUNCIL INCIVILITY TO S.A. VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 8 August 1920
SNUBBED! CITY COUNCIL INCIVILITY TO SA. VISITORS. During the week the Perth City Council were requested to tender a civic -reception to the visitinf S.A. footballers, but the request was refused. When the letter was read there was a general outburst of in- ^~ dienation fav delep-atp-;. Mr. McDonald announced that the Subiaco Council were quite will- ? i ing to tender the reception. Mr. Bray pointed out that the Perth Council had received visit ing yachtsmen, tennis players, etc, „ and he considered it an insult to refuse to welcome the footballers. Mr. McDonald contended that the League should- demand a- civic reception. Mr. Ulrich pointed out that the council received a good deal of revenue from ' football matches. After discussion, the following » resolution was carried: — 'That the City Council be requested\/to re consider the matter of reception of the Sturt footballers, and that it be pointed out that the visitors comprised 30 citizens of our near est sister State, and will be ...
SUBIACO V. EAST PERTH [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 8 August 1920
SUBIACO V. EAST PERTH, j Played yesterday on the PertHl Oval under under squally conqil tions. The match was delayed 1§1 a shower. East Perth won the tosi and started with a strontr -otinA SZM biaco -through Puddy and BahenJ , attacked, but could make no head] way against the wind. Steele and] Murphy were conspicuous f-Jr nS3 ground play. Sexton secured adH centred, but the ball soon returned] fhrough the agency of Duffy as3 Thomas. The ilatter passed t3 Groom, who handballed to SparrowJ and the first point was scored tail Easts. Good football was imwSl sible with the slippery ball, sodded turf, and squally wind. Green aridl Beasley saved for Suby, and.!*! quarter ended— East Perth 1 bh£l Subiaco nil. ' -M On the change of ends Easts aJ tacked, and Fletcher sent to Geppi who got a minor. Allan by enxl play on the wing, passed to Spatl row, and another behind resultell Beasley saved and centred, and^H Outndge scored the first point MM the Maroons. Craig was verj patchy m his decision...
EAST FREMANTLE V. PERTH At Fremantle. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 8 August 1920
?EAST FREMANTLE V. PERTH. At Fremanale. Perth had a good team in the field, despite the absence of Shackle ton, Maggs, and Love. East Fre mantle were unfortunate in not hav ing the services of Cinoris and Clark, although Ion, Hicks, and Isiconi, who were absent last Saturday, were included in the home team. An extremely cold wind, coupled with the condition of the ball, which had evidently been used be fore, and had suffered in the pro cess, militated largely against good play. McGuinness, Mudie, Rawlin son, Hicks, and Ion put in good work for the home team in the first quarter. Langland was very pro minent in defence, and Love got both goals for East. Second iQuarter. — This quarter saw East's making up. They were not near their best, but their good team work and dogged determina tion brought the ball through on several occasions. Perth dropped the ball handy several times, but lost in the play before scoring. Hewby and Watts, with Hoft in patches, were Perth's best when the first ...