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Belmont ParK Gallops BELMONT IS THE RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920
Belmcmt ParK Gallops BELMONT IN TEE RAIN. Despite the inclement weather ex perienced yesterday a good crowd went- out to the Belmont Park races. Following are the results: — » HURDLE BACE.— Of 90 so vs.; second 15 and third 10 sovs. from stake. Two miles and 64 yards. T. Hinde's Jerildere, by Loch Shiel— Yanget, 9.6 (Bennett).. 1 Henry Clay, 10.6 (Spooner) .: .. 2 Yarrandale, 10.8 (McCann) .... 3 Other starters: Bobinski, 10.13 (Godfrey); Barlowerie, 10.10 (Pin kus) ; Captain Alcock, 9.4 (Warna mindie); Baby Doll, 9.0 (Seiftan) ; Mygales, 9.0 (Spiers). Dividends (for 10/-): S.O., £3/7/-; place, 19/-, 21/-, 14/-. Betting: 4 to 1 agst Captain Al cock, 9 to 2 Yarandale, 5 to 1 Henry Clay or Jerilderie, 7 to 1 Mygales, 8 to 1 Barlowerie, 10 to 1 Baby Doll or Bobinski. Won by_ two lengths, with five lengths between second and third. Time, 4 min. 6 1-5 sec. SECOND CLASS PLATE (First Division). — Of 70 sovs.; second 7 and third 3 sovs-. from stake. Seven furlongs. . J. J. O'Hara's Gold Dig...
LATEST BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920
LATEST BETTING. The following prices are quoted to day in the Metropolitan Area for the Hannans Handicap on Satur day: — 5 to 1 Observation and Kernsary. 6 to 1 Quarale. 7 to 1 Nystad and yentrim. 10 to 1 Bardus, Susarian, Osseo, and Munjardy. 14 to 1 Azamor, Alice Kenilworth, Saint Varna, and Bar deur. 20 to 1 all others.
Tweaks & Squeaks [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920
Tweaks & Squeaks Increased prices at the Saturdays football match were, as far as tin test matches are concerned, a bafl Sturt! 1 The bloke who is poor has tha to his credit, he is poor by accident and not design. J While yesterday To-day was T«l morrow; to-morrow TcMiay will Vm yesterday, and the day before yea terday — but what's the use? ^ A man getting married at the Dia trict Registrar's has to sign and nl sign his name eight times. Nfl wonder be becomes resigned ear» in married life. ? 'Twas said of a. recently departicl action that, when he went away, hj left his loves and his creditors eqm ally disconsolate. . J Bill was driving 50 horses froafl Hall's Creek to Wiluna. One moriJ ing he counted only 48, and afta starting the mob, a couple of milefl on their way he turned back anfl spent the day looking for the xmsa ing prad. Towards sunset he nl membered he was riding it. a Would we 4-e justified in callinjl the present savage orge of the pro! fiteers— a co-robbery? ^...
FARMERS AND SETTLERS' CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920
FABMEBS AND SETTLERS1 CONFERENCE. Meeting This Week in Perth. (Photo, by D. Eazy EXCLUSIVE GROUP PHOTO. OF THE CONFERENCE. SIN-CLEAR McGIBBON Addressing the Fanners. (Exclusive Paris Panel by Mr. H. O. N. Bagster.) Sir Joseph Cook, in reply to Mr. Fenton, said, that amounts paid for brokerage, organisation, printing, and advertising in connection with the Commonwealth doans were: — First loan, £35,000; second loan, £50,000; third loan, £52,000; fourth loan, £45,000; fifth loan, £53,000; sixth loan, £122,000; seventh loan, £140,000; eighth loan, £97,000. In cluded in the above figures was an amount of £000 for advertising in the 'Bailcatta Blackmail.'
Justice Higgins Grand Old Man Hits Hughes to Leg OVER INDUSTRIAL PEACE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920
Mice Htggcns Grand OM Man Hits Hughes to Leg OVER INDUSTRIAL PEACE BILL. ^ It needs «o Higgins, sing *in his wrath, to convince us of the base m SSSty at the back of the Hughes 'Industrial Peace BilL' ButHig gins is nevertheless worth listening to on the subject. Characteristically, the little hum '* bug Hughes justifies his new meas ly which might be better called .?- r\ ? 1. TT—st.* Ti-mtitniltinn Act. DV dinging mud at the Commonwealth ArbSon Court. But be forgo\ the old lion at -the gate— Justice Hig gins the man who has lashed the Irinders of the poor to white hot - fury by his constant and fearless championship of the Under Dog. The average mean employer s idea of an Arbitration Judge is. a boss s pimp disguised in the robes of Jus tice 'and. ever ready to whip the 'unwhipped mobs' (as the Sunday Times' calls the workers) back to their kennels. Higgins, standing like a lone megalith on the peaks of time, has ever been their, bane and their despair. Hence the deep-laid and long...
Fremantle Fragments [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920
fremantle Fragments There is a certain shipping man at the Port of very bitter antipathy to the seamen and others; who_ is some financier as far as his washing is concerned. He lives in hotels, and his practice is to take a shirt to one of the other boarders, some collars to another, socks to another, and so on, with the tale, 'Have you sent yourwash ing yet? I left these out of mine; would you mind sending them with yours?' etc. He always forgets to pay, however, but what a cheap way of getting his dirty linen wash ed. Suppressed by the 'West': — In reply to a question by W. L. Jones, M.L.A., the Premier confess ed that £17,928 15s. had been given by the Royal Commission to the National porkers — late of Freman tle Wharf. This is the first informa tion the. public has had of this out rageous expenditure which with pre vious money given to the 'loyalists' (some £3,316), makes more than £21,000 of public money given to these particular scabs. And this does not include the ex penditur...
NORTH TANCHEP INDUSTRIES Add vv. Ceep pome [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920
NORTH YANCHEP INDUSTRIES Inspected by Governor. Add W. Ceep pome Keen interest was evinced by his Excellency the Governor (Sir Fran cis Newdegate) in the various indus tries of North Yanchep, which were inspected by him yesterday. The inspection was arranged by the 'Balcatta Blackmail.' and included a visit to Leeke-street, a tour of a road which started at Wanneroo and ended at Yanchep, 15 miles fur ther on. No sign of life was seen except the ruins of the late Squat ter Connor's homestead and hotel. This road was built by the late Big john Forrest to keep in with the squattocracy of Toodyay, at a cost of £30,000. It is a monument to him, as Mr. Loseskinflint would re marry. Reference to authority in forms us that this road is a 'Road to Northam.' It is certainly as much a Road to Northam as Meso potamia is a 'Road to India.'
WAR SERVICE HOMES. "MIRROR" EXPOSURE. LEADS TO R.S.L. ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920
WAR SERVICE HOMES. 'MIRROR' EXPOSURE. LEADS TO R SX. ACTION. At the last meeting of the State Ex ecutive of the E.S.L., held last Tues day, the 'following resolution 'was car ried: — 'That the .Federal executive of the League be urged to endeavor to have appointed immediately a Royal Commission to inquire into the admin istration of the War Service. Homes Commission in. Western Australia.' Things must 6tink when the Brass Hats and Batmen's League sits up and takes notice! - *
Monster Public Meetog [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920
Monster Public Meeting j A monster public meeting will » held in the Shaftesbury Theatnfl Perth, to-day, at 3 o'clock to protefl against the British Governments treatment of the foremost ofirvwfl democrats, His Grace Archbisntil Mannix. Prominent public jm-9 will address the gathering on wm occasion. M Obit.— Mr. P. J. Sullivan, of Eatfl Perth, manager of the Colonial id tuai Assurance Co., died yesterdafl morning after a brief illness. -? Insurance Strike. — The employer! latest offer was rejected yesterdayl ? Patrons of picture shows this weal may buy tickets from their inspfl ance collector in aid of the locktm out insurance agents. m
MILLIONS FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920
MILLIONS FEVER. Melbourne, or at least tile Alderman iacal institution that mismanages its affairs, is suffering from a spasm of millions fever. 'It will not be long,' said the Boss Fatuity recently } 'before the population of the city has increased to 1, 000 ,000, and the metropolis should be planned to accommodate a popula tion of 2,000,000.' Sydney got toe disease years ago, end the most putrid eruption thereof was the Millions Club— Australia's champion vomiter. of turgid bum-'patriotism,'- hydrocephalic spread-eaglism, and stench-exuding mammon-worship. Carlisle described the population of England as 'thirty miili'ons^-mostly fools.' Swift caricatured civilised man as a yahoo. But Stead and Carlisle must have been to meetings of the Mil lions Clubs of their day when they ?conceived their .violent antipathy to their kind. If Melbourne succeeds in building up an agglomeration of a million souls while every provincial town remains where it was a generation ago, its mil lions will ...
A POLITICAL STINK-POT. HUGHES PREPOSTEROUS VULGARITY. Melbourne, Aug. 11 [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920
A POLITICAL STINKPOT. HUGHES PREPOSTEROUS VULGAR ITY. Melbourne, Aug. 11 The Governor-General (Sir Ronald Munro-Ferguson) was tendered a fare well banquet to-day by the Federal Min istry in the Queen's Hall. The Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) presided and proposed the health of the guest. The Governor-General, in responding, said (inter alia): — 'During my phenomenally long offi cial life I have been brought in close touch with the public men or Australia, and have co-operated with three Prime Ministers and two Acting Prime Minis ters. That is an education, to itself, and by no one has my political educa tion been more rapidly advanced than by the chairman, (Mr. W. M- Hughes) whose extraordinary energy, courage, humour and resourcefrjness make him not only a delightful companion but also a living embodiment of the virile 1 qualities of a young aspiring nation. A delightful companion ! A living em bodiment of the virile qualities of a young aspiring nation ! From the same issue of the '...
SCHOOLBOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920
SCHOOLBOOKS. The question .of school-books is once more to the fore. Mr. Hickey, M.L.C. for somewhere-up-Gerald ton-way venti lated the subject in the Legislative Council last Wednesday. As every parent knows 'free' edu cation is rendered a joke by the exces sive demands made upon them for books and ever more books. Hill goes up a clad*; Jack, goes into Bill's old class ; but Bill's books are useless to Jack. The unholy compact between the maffers and sellers of books (parties of the first part) and the Educational Authorities (parties of the second part), has de cided upon a complete change. Progress is a magnificent thing. If we really believed that a single year * could see educational technique ad vanced sufficiently to warrant the in fliction of a complete new 6et of school books upon the average youngster, we would acclaim the advantage cheap at the price. But unfortunately the scarcity of graduates from tbe upper classes of State schools who are unable to write a grammatical ...
Cricket [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920
CricKet «. . ?-????*-? The full programme of the Eng- ' 1 lish team to visit Australia is as - ? follows: — ^ I Oct. 21. — Arrive Fremantie, s& 1 Osterley. - , I October 23, 25, 26— WEST AUS- I TRALIA, Perth. ^ J November' 5, 6. 8. 9— SOUTH I AUSTRALIA, Adelaide. I November 12, 13, 15, 16— VIC- 1 TORIA, Melbourne. % I November 19, 20, 22, 23— NEW *? I SOUTH WALES, Sydney. . 1 November 27, 29, 30— QUEENS- \ LAND, Brisbane. | December 3, 4, 6— AUSTRALIAN j XI., Brisbane. I December 8, 9— TOOWOOMBA, I Toowoomba. 1 December 11, 13— NEWCASTLE, j Newcastle. ? ] December 14, 15,— NEW SOUTH i WALES COLTS, Sydney. 1 December 17, 18, 20, 21— AUS- J TRALIA (First Test), Sydney. i December 22, 23— BATHURST, 1 Bathurst. ' 1 December 27, 28— BENDIGO, 1 Bendigo. ' 1 December 31, January 1, 3, 4— - 1 AUSTRALIA (Second Test), Mel- * J bourne. j January 7, 9— BALLARAT, Bal- 1 larat. 1 January 11, 12— STAWELL, Sta- I well. 1 January 14, 15, 17, 18— AUSTRA- I LIA (Third Test), Adelaide. 1 Janua...
Dr Mannix Victim of Hughes' Spite. Over Conscription Issue. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920
Dr' Mannix \j — Victim of Hughes' Spits. '' ' Over Conscription Ibsh*. M The Minor need make no conjl ment of its own on the British Goyl emment's panic-stricken attitude tol wards Dr. Mannix. Just get this:-|| London, August 12.|1 A priest, bearing an urgent &&? sage from Ireland, has arrived* afl Mararsth ¥Tmi«-- Tt -is believed tha message emanated . from Dr. Mall nix's mother. --m At a Cork Harbour Trust meeting Mr. Haughton (Protestant Imperiajj 1st) moved a motion condemning tal Government for preventing Dr. Mail nix visiting his mother and his nil tive land. The motion was carrieq unanimously. J
Midland Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920
Midland Notes A good story of Charlie Bacon Is going the rounds. It appears Charlie took his wife to hear Ross fimith, but, by mistake, blundered into His Majesty's, where the 'Rus- sian Poet of the Piano' was holding , his recitals, and thinking the first few pieces were overtures, it was some time before he found out his .error. When, to cap it all, an en thusiastic person tuurned to Charlie and remarked 'Isn't he wonderful?' Well, well bet Ross Smith himself, when his plane got stuck in the mud never passed half the remarks the quarry boss- did. . Hughie Rowe, one of the 'wooly noses,' wishes to repudiate the ru mour that he is a relative of the bloke who rode the wild bull through China with his hat off. (An swer to Correspondent. — Bovine re ferred to is not the bull owned by a gentleman named Barney). Dan! McArthur is a dead ring for the Rev. Tom Allen. After a few lessons in 'dry as dust' ser mons, Mac ought to be able to act as Tommy's understudy. Advance bicycles, built by ...
A.J.C. Meeting Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920
A.J.C. Meeting Sydney, Saturday. The above club held a meeting this afternoon in fine weather, with the following results: — HURDLE RACE.— Of 400 sovs. Two miles. Le Mattan ? 1 Maidos ? „«. .,. 2 Sir Rep ? 3 Betting: 2 to 1 agst Le Mattan. FLYING HANDICAP.— Of 500 sovs. Six furlQpgs. Ready- Aye-Ready ? 1 Fight-Ever ? 2 Myambey ? 3 ? Betting: 7 to 1 agst ReadyAye Ready. STEEPLECHASE.— Of 500 sovs. 2i miles. Taralie ? 1 Cerise and Grey ? .-. . . 2 Barmecide ? 3 Betting: 4 to 1 agst Taralie. THREE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP. Of 400 sovs. Seven furlongs. First Artillery ? 1 Prince Almissa ? 2 Stony ? ;„ .. 3 Betting: 4 to 1 agst First Artil lery. CANTERBURY PARK CUP.— Of 800 sovs. One mile three fur- v longs. j Carl Derby, 6.7 ? 1 Cearte, 7,4 ? 2 Jennie B., 7.5 ? 3 Betting: 20 to 1 agst Carl Derby. WELTER HANDICAP.— Of 400 sovs. One mile. Monnt Frisco ? l Sylvafort ? 2 Prodal .'. ? 3 Betting: 10 to 1 agst Mount Frisco.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 15 August 1920
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