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SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 8 August 1920

SWIMMING. "Swimmer" wants to know the   record plunge for Australia. — I think I read some years ago that some swimmer plunged 72 feet. Mr. F. Lyon Wise plunged a little over 69 feet in the old Perth Baths about four years ago, which is easily a West Australian, if not an Austra- lian, record.  

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Points for Punters and Pugs [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 8 August 1920

Points for Punters and Pugs (By "Cricklewood, Jr.") Belmont— the Big fixture next Saturday. _______ The Belmont Newmarket Handi- cap of six furlongs, and Belmont Park Handicap of 1¼ miles, should constitute two fine races. __________ Bardus, ,Osseo, and Kernsary should run well in the Sprint, and the winner of the Handicap should come from Azamor, Tom Castro, and Drumont. ____________ J. Brady and A. Audas, who were disqualined for 12 months in con- nection with the running of Kil- maine at Helena, have appealed. _______ If the connections of Kilmaine do their sentence of 12 months— well —what should the connections of a certain horse get for the way in which it was handled in the Second Division of the Second Class Plate at Goodwood last Saturday? This was hot. _______       Eurythmic is favourite for the Caulfield Cup at 12 to 1. _________       The inquiry into the running of Volplane in the second divi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 8 August 1920

BOXING ! - - BOXING ! THE GREAT RETURN BATTLE Kay v   SHAFTESBURY THEATRE TUESDAY NIGHT NEXT, AUGUST 10. PRICES— 10/-, 5/-, 3/-, plus tax. Book at Gleeson's Hay-street,     10/- and 5/- only. The West Australian Trotting Association (Incorporated.)   Interesting Programme Big Race Two Miles Nominations Close on Monday. A. R. FLINT, Secretary. MELROSE Direction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Durham Marcel. LAST WEEK OF       JOHN LAWSON & COMPANY in DEPORTED. HUMANITY.   Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday and Friday. LESTER BROWN'S MUSICAL COMEDY, THE TELEPHONE GIRL A Humorous Plot. Latest Songs.   PRICES, 3/3, 2/2, 1/1. Box Plan at Melrose. 'Phone A3581. S H A F T E S B U R Y Direction .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. PETER BROOKS. STARRING ENGAGEMENT OF THE GREATEST MIND-READER OF MODERN TIMES, ASTRA, AND OF THE MODERN WIZARD, SYLVESTER.   PINTO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 8 August 1920

    Give us a Trial— no Satisfaction — no Payment. ALHAMBRA DINING ROOM . 32 HENRY-STREET, FREMANTLE. Reopened. All Meals, Is. Tea and Toast, 6d. If in Danger of losing your Sole, go to C. H. COPPERWAITE, BOOTMAKER,   PACKENHAM STREET, FREMANTLE.     FURNITURE. All Sports looking for the best mar- ket call on NICHOLS AND ETHEL, ESSEX-STREET, FREMANTLE.   They will give you a good deal. The Federal Hotel FREMANTLE. GEO. JOHN, Proprietor. SWAN BEER ONLY. TERMINUS HOTEL, PACKENHAM-STEEET, FREMANTLE. Swan Beer. Good Service and Resi- dence.   TOM STACK, Proprietor. "Geraldi" Macaroni Company, 55 ESSEX-ST., FREMANTLE. We Manufacture High-Class Macaroni and Vermicelli, and guarantee the purity and nutriti-   ous qualities of our goods. Who's Your Hatter? John R. SAUNDERS Limited,   Good Clothes Store Wellington St (Next Globe Hotel)

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A ROYAL VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920

A ROYAL VISIT. On Thursday last His Majesty King Jarralug, Plenipotentiary of the Mjerku tribe of the Strawberry and Bootenall district, visited^ bis relatives, Jimmy and Nora, at Wan neroo. Although His Majesty was travelling incog, the news was flash ed ahead, and the local mayor and council arranged a civic reception at the Town Hall, where after the loyal toasts, the local member proposed the toast of His Majesty, to which the Kine. briefly replied. The King is a slim but majestic figure, with the mind of a genius, the appear ance of a demi-god, the eloquence of an angel, and all the other superla tive, sloppy attributes of Royal per sons in newspapers. After his meal King Jarrahlug went hunting kangaroos, and was eventually found on the hotel wood heap fast asleep. More to come

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THE MYSTERY OF THE LOCKED DOOR. A Chirstmas Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920

THE MYSTERY OF THE LOCKED DOOB. A Christmas Story. (Anonymous). —w— (This story was rejected by Mr. Sphere Clark's 'Molten Chest.') 'There was the door to which I found no key; There was til veil through which I could not see.' — Omar. It was a cold cold day in August, the electric light, which shone o'er the proud Assembly, shivered, and the cold breeze blew o'er fair wo men and brave men. So cold it was that it nipped the caterer on his way to the bar, and he had to shout, and even the whip cracked. Overhead some larks twittered, and underground there were other larks, whilst the goblins who are in every Xmas story, the same goblins who entertained Gabriel Grubb, sang sweetly, led ''by Jacky Hardwick: — 'Who lockt that door; who lockt that door? The Lampert's looking for his gore! In his eyes the flame of battle, and on his cheek the s#ft blush re sulting from a face-massage, Sir Geo Jamieson Lampert, Knight of the. Gold Fleece, proudly faced the As sembled multitude. 'Xhere is a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920

Clarendon Hotel FITZGERALD and JOHN STREETS, WEST PERTH. EMU BEEB. W. BROPHY, Proprietor. FOB GOOD BREAD. C. M. BEGAN, BAKER, \ EAST FREMANTLE. Goldfields Club Hotel COBNEB PIEB AND WELLING TON-STBEETS. Swan and Union Ale on Draught. At the Criterion Hotel, Hay street. — Swan Beer at its best. Reg. Harrison, proprietor. JACK MORRISON, FREMANTLE. Registered WA. Tnrf Club. All Registered Courses. Grand National Steeple. Telephone, B557. Give us a Trial— -no Satisfaction no Payment. ALHAMBBA DINING BOOM, 32 HENBY-STBEET, FREMANTLE. Reopened. All Meals, Is. Tea and Toast, 6d. If in Danger of losing your Sole, go to C. H. COPPEBWAITE, BOOTMAKER, PACKENHAM STREET, FREMANTLE. Reg. Harrison, Criterion HoteL— Swan Beer Only.

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The Balkatta Blackmail. (Unregi stered.) London Rep.: Mr. Loveskin flint, Optician, E.C.'s. Northam Rep.: Bloodstains Coloscratch, C-o. Teaser Office, Northam. VOL. 1. AUGUST 21, 1921. No. 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920

TEbe Balfcatta Blackmail. (Unregi stered.) London Rep.: Mr. Loveskin flint, Optician, E.C.'s. . Northam Rep.: Bloodstains Coloscratch, C-o. Teaser Office, Northam. VOL.1. AUGUST 21, 1921. No. 4» Attention is directed to the #ad vertisement in another column 'by the Little Pedlington-cum-Pump As sociation (County Rutland), calling ?on all former residents of this delec table district to attend a meeting on Monday next to show their dis approval of the land they are living . in. The motto of the society is 'Little Pedlington for ever best.' add Terse Tattle

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FASHION. Metallic Trimmings. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920

FASHION. Metallic Trimmings. By way of contrast perhaps to the present poverty of nations there seems to be a craze for gold and silver as well as for copper and bronze. Where many of the new fashions for the spring are con cerned, even in the case of jumpers and tailor-made costumes carried out in silk stockinette, we find trim mings of bright threads. Then again in the millinery world we find gold arid silver brocades be ing lavishly used, while many of the smartest spring hats will be made entirely of gold and silver lightly veiled with coloured tulle. Foulards. Foulards will return to favour where afternoon frocks are concern ed, and many dainty little race frocks will be made in these soft silks and in printed Shantung, quite simply finished with turnover collars and cuffs of white organdie. Other gowns in washing voiles will be carried out with cross-over bod ices draped in fichu form and fin ished with little frille.: Broad rib bon sashes will be more popular than ever. Jumpe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920

FONTAINE'S W/i Fremantle's ^H^ Leading :: Mercers, hNb Tailors and Hatters J^^F 93-95 High Street, 9WmBr Where the Good Suits are. IBlSi See our Big Range of ALL-WOOL WmW&i i AUSTRALIAN TWEEDS and SER i ™ffl GES, which came from the Austra eKi nfl ^an Woollen Mills direct to us. IfE Ha While the shipment lasts we will ? f« mm Bufld-to-Order for £7 10s. a First V| S3 Class Tailored to Measure SUIT. gflfl_jJLs i Fit- Style, and Workmanship Guar- ' 63-95 HIGH STREET, Fremantle. Drink GMU Ales and Stout Seldom Equalled — Never ' Surpassed. f- You appreciate A Well Dressed I ♦ . Woman ♦ . 4 -How About r A Well Dressed House? I:' YOU NEED Good furniture and Reliable : ' and , K You Can See It Made at I, ? ' ? ? % U '* —THE MANUFACTURERS— I NICHOLS & ETHELL I Es«ex Street, Fremantle. h; ~ Don't Fail to Patronise the American Bar at the %z» -* t , a r^g-m HOTEL I- Try Our Royal Fizz! The Original American Bar. k. Established 10 Years. Under Management of J. Lane. Proprietor ...

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The Ladies Section Who's Where [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920

The Ladies Section Who's Where Having polished off the Prince, ex Lady Hackett hopped over to Mel bourne last week to say-ta-ta to the - Guv-Gen.' His Ex. must have been delighted. Weally couldn't have left without, doncherkno! *» ? Mrs. Allan Stephens ('Alice Nor ton'), late of W.A., attracted very favourable critiques by an exhibi tion of- water colours at the Salon of Fine Arts, Sydney, Tecently. CoL^Tilney, of Repat. fame, flitted East yesterday week. Miss Helen Brown, of Leederville, has promised to. be there when Mr. William Gordon, of Burswood (late 28th) makes the necessary arrange ments with the clergyman, estate agent, and other necessary— er, per sons. Les. Perlstein, son of the late Iri - dore, is home after a long spell an many lands, 'and on many- seas, as wireless operator. Make him talk about his experiences — they're worth hearing. Mr.- W. Edwards, well known as a concert artist, is leaving with his wife to settle in Sydney. After a few weeks in the wheat country^Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920

W. Lean 1 FINANCIEE. \: BABBACK-STBEET, PERTH. im __ --JI LOANS TO AMY AMOUNT. fl J. BALFOUR I COMMISSTON AGENT, Jf MABKETSTBEET, FREMANTLE. _ \ m I Communicate With HobJQrt. SALES CONDUCTED at Shortest Notice, by a Live, Cap- ? ?? able Auctioneer, with 20 years* er- ' :. perience, who knows Values from A to Z. We also nave a HOUSE, LAND and ESTATE AGENCY. H 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.) GABBY STACK'S / SAVOY CATS, (Downstairs), i Nest Metropole Hotel, HAY-STREET. A Princely Meal at a Popular Price. STILL THE PREMIER TOBAC CONIST (Wholesale and Retail). J. GLEESON. 657 HAY-STREET, 247 WILLIAM-STREET. 63 BABBACK-STBEET, ' PERTH. * McCarthy's Hotel BABBACK-STBEET, PERTH. ubs. s. s. McCarthy, Proprietrest. * i GLANVILLES LEMON HEADACHE. ^ The Great Australian Remedy for Instant Belief and Speedy Cure of an Headaches, Neuralgia, Tooth ach...

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INSURANCE AGENTS' DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920

INSURANCE AGENTS' DISPUTE. All negotiations with the Life As surance Societies to obtain increased rates of commission for the indus trial insurance agents have failed, the societies reiterating from time to time that they cannot pay any in creased commissions. They have so far sat back and knocked down all the skittles put up on behalf of the agents, witnout' making any coun ter proposal with the exception of an offer of a so-called minimum rate of £4. On making inquiries into this offer, we find it is entirely dif ferent to what it seems on paper, and that owing to the many other conditions. imposed on agents by the societies, the off er if accepted would make very little difference. The offer of the societies was that they were prepared to re-engage all the agents on the commission terms on which they were engaged when they ceased work, and they would arrange as opportunities occur to give each agent in the larger centres of popu lation, who desires it, a collecting round of at l...

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(No. 3.) ALLIES' GENTLE METHODS IN AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920

(No. 3.) ALLIES' GENTLE METHODS IN AUSTRIA. The delegates of the English Labour Party sent to Hungary, at the invita tion of Admiral Hoi-th^s Government, have issued a report confirming the ex istence of a 'White Terror.' The signatories include Col. Welgwood, Mr. Stuart Binning, and Mr. Jowett. The delegation, whose conclusions are at variance with English official state ments, reports that no less than 12,000 persons are still imprisoned or interned without trial. In one place 350 prison ers were kept in a building intended for .50. All the newer trade unions are suppressed and the older ones greatly restricted, while the right to strike has been abolished. There are most elabor ate systems of censorship and espionage upon opinion. Details are also given of the murders, kidnappings, tortures, and violations of persons suspected of Socialist tendencies. The Report con cludes by recalling that this Govern ment was set up by. the British Com missioner, acting for the Allies, and that...

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The Gov's Ghastly Speech VAIN, VAPID, AND VACUOUS. Finance Ignored—Industrial Unrest Neglected—Industries Flipped Aside. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920

The 6ov's Ghastly Speech VAIN, VAPID, AND VACUOUS. Finance Ignored— Industrial Unrest Neglected— Industries Ripped * Aside. Poor old Mitchell! He had to write a speech for the Guv. to read Hard on the Guv? My word! But these things must be ! 'Silence is Golden' must have been the thought dominating the minds of Ministers when they gave their attention to the preparation of the document. Its omissions are eloquent to a degree; its actualities flimsy and banal. The 'West' twits Mr. Collier with finding little ground for solid argu ment on the Address-in-Reply. We agree. There was nothing to reply to. Any man can fight actualities; but it takes a hero and a genius combined to get in a palpable hit against a ghost. Not a single word in the whole spend* referred to Industrial Unrest. Mr. Mitchell is the only Premier in the world who has said, in effect, that he doesn't care a curse about the industrial situation. Both his Government andv its predecessor were ready enough to spend tens of...

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LIKE COMBINE'S TACTICS. Kick Diggers' Co-op. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920

LIME COMBINE'S TACTICS. Kick Diggers' Coop. For many moons the quarrying of limestone and lime burning for Metro politan building operations has been 'practically a monopoly in the hands of Keisey Bros, and Briggs and Rowlands, the latter of which firms has had its name mixed up with Millar's Timber and Trading Combine. These firms, working in prefect con cord had gently but surely put up the price of lime to a perfectly inordinate price. They promptly ? put into operation the time-honoured trust methods which nave been imported from the great U.S.A. and used several times before in this State against Returned Soldiers starting in business. They lowered the market price of lime to a rate at which it is impossible to produce profitably in order to starve out of the business those men who had fought and sacrificed that combines and trusts might live in ease and grow and flourish at the expense of the Commu nity. If ever the Nationalist Government had a chance to redeem some of its pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920

I ROYAL HOTEL [ PERTH V REVISED PRICE LIST. \ . % AUGUST, 1920. | Australian Whisky ? 4 0 7 3 I Scotch Whisky (Own Bottling) ? 8 6 BrJnds (Australian) ? 8 6 SPECIAL SCOTCH ? 9 9 L Extra Special ? 10 6 pi;No.'10, Dewar's, King George, Green Stripe, D.C.L., p '?;? Jameson ? 10 0 l| Red Collar, Gaelic, Thome's, Crawford ..- ? 10 0 RBennessy * Brandy ? :. ..- ? 8 3 16 0 [fMOhat. Tanunda . . . .. ? - ? ? ? 6 0 9 6 pPenfold's, Milne's, Samson, and Irvine's Brandy ... 5 0 96 krTondui Freres ? 5 0 9 6 r^Bta* Circle ? 8 6 p Gin (Old Tom or Dry) .. , ? .\ ? 6 3 9 6 UdOin, Blind's (£ Bottle) ? 4 0 ptam ? ? ...-. ? 7 0 9 0 pFort Wine ? ....2 0 3 0 3 6 6 0 6 6 H Emu, Union, Swan, .and Red Castle Ale, per bottle 0 11 Fr^Emo, Union, Swan, and Red Castle Ale, per dozen 11 0 K j JSmu, Union, Swan, and Red Castle Stout, per bottle 0 11J [^ Emu, Union, Swan, and Red Castle Stout, per dozen 11 6 P; _ Packing Extra. - I W. H. JONES, Proprietor, SWAN I Uapgest Sale I Never Stale jf.^. ? ? ? lOLOBE^ HOTEL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920

TATTERSALL'S Monster CONSULTATIONS WE COMMUNICATE WITH HOBABT. CHAS. WATSON & CO., PERTH ABSOLUTELY NO REPRESENTATIVES. H3E33NT GIBSON DO WE DO REPAIRS? WE DO!!! AND DON'T YOU FORGET IT! CENTRAL ARCADE, PERTH (Opposite R ailway Station). Ttf //tlftt l\ All AIT r flfl Doubles Now Open on Hannan's Handicap and Kalgoorlie Cup, also Thp W DO mr frpmannp ?—«-??*—.??* I IIVi f f l/VUI/LLy I I VJllUIIUVf Doubles out Every Week on Local Second and Third Class Plates. ASK FOR LIST. Sufficient Address: 'W' DOUBLE, FBEMANTLE. COMMERCIAL HOTEL FREMAHTLE. r The Port's Leading Hotel. JOE STRONG, Proprietor. ALBERT & SON'S Famous Musk I Music that Should be on every Piano in W.A. These Books. — They Stand Alone ! . ' * Hashal von Hindenbug^s 'OUT OF MY LIFE' A LARGE BOOK, BOUND IN CLOTH, 42/-. General LudendorfFs 'MY. WAR ^MEMORIES' TWO LARGE VOLUMES, 36/-. 'Memoirs of Admiral^von Tirpitz' TWO VOLS. 31/?. Germany's High Sea Fleet m A World War All about Jutland Battle, etc., by ADM...

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Yesterday's Football. Starts v East Perth Played at Perth Oval. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920

Yesterday's Football. Sturts v East Perth Played at Perth OvaL Wi$r the sun shining brightly af ter a period of heavy, rains, and with a high wind blowing, Sturts and E. Perth took the field yesterday at the Perth Oval. Sturts looked fine in black trunks and black jerseys, with a blue stripe about the middle, while their numbers in white were easily distinguishable. The local team won the toss, and fairing advantage of the wind, kick ed to-wards the Lord-street end. The game had not been in pro gress five minutes when from a scrumage a local man drew first blood— a point. It was not long before this was repeated, and East Perth's supporters were jubilant. Chiefly through the splendid work of Odgers, -Sturts, with a hurricane attack, took the ball up to the op posite end, and a point resulted. On the wing, Allen and Oakley were playing well, and in the centre line Thomas and Maloney attacked hard. The result was that, before long, Thomas kicked, but scored only a minor. Before the qu...

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The Sunday Mirror PERTH, SUNDAY, AUGUST 15th., 1920 "There Can be No Peace—" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920

Ox Sunday mirror PERTH. SUNDAY, ? AUGUST 16th:., 1920 ' '?There Can be No Peace-' ? ? — '— A Fourteen years ago, there or thereabouts, a conventi-m of plain spokesmen met in Chicago, U.S.A., to draw up a constitution for a new Labour organisatym. They were mostly .timber-workers — 'lumber- * men' is the American term-railway construction hands, miners, and so forth; all men belonging to the less skilled callings with which the stifi-coHared American Federation of Labour declined to have anything to do; men of the sort that formed the A.W.U. in Australia, and made the Australian Labour Movement great. This Convention drafted a declaration which said, 'There can be no peace while hunger and want are found amongst millions of working people.' It went on to say a great deal more; and the organisation that was formed went on to do a very great, deal. With the subsequent say ings and doings we have little concern at the moment;- The organi sation became known as the Industrial Workers of ...

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