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GOODWOOD GALLOPS AT BELMONT. AZAMOR WINS THE PRINCE OF WALES HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

[?] AT BELMONT. AZAMOB^WIHS IBS PBW01 OF WALK giWHfliP. The Goodwood^ Race Chib held its meeting on Befanont Park course yes terday in fine weather. The attendance was very large, and winners during the^day were very hard to find. The principal race— The Prince of Wales Handicap— was responsible for spirited betting and resulted in a win for Azamor, who defeated Springmount by three-quarters of a length, with Ny stad and Lady A.B. dead heating for the minor position. The following are the details: — Saognd Oast Auxa- of 70 sovs.; second 10 (and third 3 sovs. from stake. Seven furlongs. W. D. AtweU'e LOUIS LORNE, by John O. Lome— Lady Lou, 7.13 (Brindley) ? 1 General Sarsfield, S£ (Chandler) .. 2 Kappa, 8.1 (Sibbritt) ? 3 Other starters: Lockflmt, 9^ (Robin son) : Blue Song, 93 ^Leonard) ; Exten sion, 92 {Manning) ; Swan Queen, 92 ( J. Bennett) ; Lapse, 9.0 {Bowles) ;Metalica, 343 (Hursts Ettcuruo. 8.ttnffiow4entr Mtr. Super, 8.6 (Walker); Iberis, 8.6 (Norrie); Little Perks, 8.6 -Per...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Under the Lash Perth Firewood Co. Lathlain's New Love. The Princely Visitation. PERTH FIREWOOD CO. WHO AND WHAT ARE THEY? [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

XXncler* tbe Lash Perth Firewood Co. ? I*atl*laii»'sNew Love. TKe Princely Visitation. Tperth firewood oo. WHO AND WHAT ABE THEY? So soon as winter fairly set in the public were informed of the un comfortable fact that the price of their firewood was to be raised. The Perth public, used to such ramps, took the imposition with its usual degree of philosophic calm, no doubt making mental excuses, such as price of horse feed, rising wages, and the like, to ex plain away the increase. The proposition, however, is not so simple as it looks. Neither horse-feed, nor man-feed (alias 'wages') is re sponsible for the new scale of charges; sheer, unabashed profiteering, and that alone, . is the real explanation. . The bulk of Perth's, firewood supplies is drawn from fairly handy localities in the Darling Range, Sawyer's Valley be ing the chief centre. For some tune past it has been possible, after allowing freight and other charges, for the cut ters to deliver firewood to Perth deal ers at 9s....

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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V.R.C. National Meeting NATIONAL WON BY SANDULE. Melbourne. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

V.R.C. Nat ional Meeting HATXOHAL WOK BY 8AHDUL1. Melbourne. Saturday. The V.R.C. Grand National meeting was opened today at Flemington in fine weather. The fixture attracted considerable interest. Following are the 'results: — Maiden Hurdle Race. Two miles. Ashview, 10.1 (O'Dea) .... 1 Front Rank. 10.0 (Murrffl) 2 Happy King, 10.0 (Moon) .. 3 Other starters: Woodreeve. 10.0; Su gelo, 10 j0; Teledes, 10.0; Prince Moer aki, lOO; Warfiame, 10.0; Tuneta, 9.10. Betting: 9 to 4 agst Happy King, 5 to 1 Tibelis or Sigelo, 7 to 1 Ashview or Front Rank. Won by four lengths, with three lengths between second and third. Time, 3 min. 481 sec. Myras Handhap. Six furlongs. Taggerty, 7.5 (Dempsey) . . 1 Antartic. 8.13 (Lewis) .... 2 Englefield, 72 (Tadger) .. 3 Other starters: Whi4e, 9J9; Recipro city, 85; Visibility, 8.0; Days of Old, 7.10; Hands Up, 6.12; Patrosine, 6.10; Carralulup, 6.7; The Flapper, 6.7; Sy »..,M1M ft? ? ? Betting: 0 to 4 agst Taggerty, 5 to 1 Whi-le, 6 to 1 Antartic. Won by a...

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Midland Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

Midland Notes. Mrs. J. Townsend, of Middle Swan, is an energetic worker for the cause of humanity. She is secretary for the Housewive's League in her district, and is always willing to do her bit. A Mr. Ryce is speaking at the Liter ary Institute to-night on 'Industrial Peace.' He should be an authority, for rice has played a part in many unions. i ♦ » ? * Amongst those present at the State ball -m {Thurfidaft- the most elegant of the mere males, and certainly the most at home in their dress suits, were the four jonnops, Messrs. McGinty, Miller, Lamonte, and .the bloke, fjom thg East.

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Yesterday's Football. EAST FREMANTLE WIN EASI[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

Yesterday's j t 1#t-tbaH. '^AsSlfelMANTLl WOI 4BAsil3»^ At the Port Oval yesterday the home team demonstrated their superiority over East Perth. Mudie was a splendid mark, and a bul wark of animated strength for the win ners. ? -.. „— . — _--,- — . — — Cplluis as' umpire left nothing to be desired. The scores were: — East Fremantle: 1st qr. 5—2, 2nd 7—4, 3rd 11—4; final 12—7. 85 pts. East Perth: 1st qr. 0f2, 2nd 2—2, 3rd 3-4, final 5-8. 38 pts. During the game the defence work of McKenzie was a revelation. Fre mantle showed wonderful combination throughout, and their marking was a practical certainty from the start. Fol lowing the bounce the visitors got away smartly and passed down the field, where two points were scored. After 10 minutes, the Port evened and then in quick succession Sheedy and Cinoris scored sixers. For the next few min utes the blue and white combination work was beautiful to watch, with Cinoris, Riconi, and Bell well to the fore, Hilton playing a good game in th...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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The Sunday Mirror PERTH, SUNDAY, JULY 4th., 1920 War and World Poverty. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

ZEbe Sun&a^ /HMrror PERTH, SUNDAY, JULY 4th., 1920 War and World Poverty. Our last two years acquaintance with the High Cost of Living has seen the degeneration of that unwelcome apparition into the most vicious of eco nomic banalities — to wit, an accepted fact. Australia's most heterodox clergyman, the viking-like F. Sinclair, of Melbourne, in the course of a re cent article upon the science of statistics, delivers himself of what is un doubtedly an unsuspected truth when he denounces that dry-as-dust science as an enemy of progress. We imagine, he argues, that by measunng-up and setting-down a vast accumulation of facts bearing on a certain problem, we are aiding in its solution. As a matter of fact, we do exactly the reverse, . for 'we create in our own minds a false suggestion that, having measured and weighed, calculated and averaged, we have actually arrived at a solution, and accordingly we lull to sleep any sense of responsibility that conscience might be disposed t...

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WEST PERTH v. SUBIACO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

WIST PERTH v. SUBIAOO. Finals: West Perth, 10 goals 6 bhds (66 pts) ; Subiaco, 9 goals 12 bhds. (66 pts). A great crowd attended the West Perth— Subiaco match at Leederville. The gate realised £125. About 15 min utes was lost at the start owing to a misunderstanding with the umpires. Eventually it was settled by Crapp con senting to act. His cheery 'Holding, Laddo!' and 'Now, now, Laddo!' were music to the ears of old followers . . In^th^&al quarter Wests drew first akjDd W&a goal by Craig two minutes ^gBjfJ&efftart^and Outridge countered : ' iaHHWtiately aster wfth a major for the Maroons. The rest of the quarter was Subiaco's, Rodiquee ajf^nnfring for a further three goals, while Wests only managed minors. -Quarter time: Subiaco 4 gls, West Perth 1 gt 3 bhds. The aecond qjiarter saw West Perth more in the game, adding five goals 2 bhds. to their iotat two of which were Craig's. Wuipughby scored with a -place kick that would be b/rd to beat. ^RigfPPfirough t...

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THe Voyage of "The Mayflower" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

The Voyage of 'THe Mayflower' (By 'The Chaplain.') 'Twas four bells on a frosty morning at the end of June when 'the last of the Pilgrims stepped aboard The May flower, just as the tight little craft weighed anchor for her long voyage. Away yonder across the dark waters lay the promised land ; work, and, as . each man confidently hoped, prosperity, awaited the little band. But indeed many adventures were to be their lot ere once more they set foot on terra* firma. Scarce had their own shores vanished — in the fog— when it became evident that all was not well. The little ves sel, almost becalmed in a dense fog, scarce raised a ripple as she crept along. The captain's face was strained, and his voice sounded ominously strange as he ordered the 'crew' for'ard to swing the lead. This the 'crew' did, .by the simple method of probing the waters with an oar; but upon his reporting, 'no sounding,' the cloud lifted from the captain's face — not, ' however, from the face of the waters, which ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

? Tttft y^*fa^«»wTi^Sc^f ijfafl ha* ' local men, it is expected to bs brought -ap to date. -The%comer; IKtffKsrto ad jomiflg Ms been fnirdtS^d^r Mr. R. L. Newman, -the fitfnifcire man. TtnNns Hfcf Swan Beef--3ood Service & Residence TomSticK t t Proprietor. A particularly handy line is the SHAW MOTOR CYCLE ATTACH MENT, which converts an ordinary push-bike into a motor cycle. It is light and easily fitted, only consumes one gallon of petrol to 125 miles, and at its modest price should come as a boon to those for whom a- full-fledged c^tor cycle is out of reach. He Sbw Utter Cycle Attadwot is on view at the Fleet Motor Cycle Works, Hay-street Perth.

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Kalgoorlie Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

Kalg'oorlie Races. The Kalgoorlie Race Club's meeting took place yesterday with the following results:?— First and Second Division Handicap. Six furlongs. Prince Halberd ? 1 Ramilies ? 2 Ardol ? '.. 3 Other starters: La Monte, 8.12; Rent Roll, Salvator, 8.10; Reconnoitre, 8.6; On Fire, 8.5; Tintagel, 82; Petrolite, 7.7; Tagus, Rumbling, Thjeave, 7.4; Houseboy, Lockiris, 7.0. ^ Betting: 4 to 1 agst Prince Halberd. Third and Fourth Division Handicap. Seven furlongs. Beckoff ? 1 Ngalrain ? 2 Mingulite ? a Other starters: Golden Sky, 85; Ac claim, 8.3; Sweet Marjone, o.0; Waipa, 74; Green Tea, Lady Pecker, Lockout, 7.0. Betting: 10 to 1 agst Beckoff. Third Division Handicap. Six fur longs. Crosdey ? ,. 1 Green Lady ? 2 Devon Lass ? S Other starters: Breariey, Flintmire. _-- 9.7; Pospolite, 9.1; Carauna. Stewarts' Choice, 8.7; Golden Sky, 8.4; Seado, Ernis Queen, 8jO; Waioa, 7$; Orvich, 7.5. -Betting: 5 to 1 agst Crossley. July Handicap.. .Mfle and a quarter. Yapp ? 1 Ardol ? 2 Lady Alaw...

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At Goodwood COMMENTS ON THE RUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

AtGoodwood COMMENTS ON 9HK RUNNING. Louis Lome was always near the front in the Second Class Purse, and won easily. He should win another of these 'scragglers* ' races. McMeryl was never sighted. In the Second Class Plate Tutu was in the van to the turn, where Analysis looked to have a first class chance, but he failed badly, Bardus coming with a late run, won handsomely by three quarters of a length. Tutu should win shortly. Errida was pounced upon as a 'cert' for tills event,- but Whelan had him well in the ruck all the way. Take no notice Of this running. Very Faithful was. always favourite for the First Class Plate, and won with a little to spare. Lockmaster seemed to get a bump early in the piece, but at the four-furlong post ran through his field, and appeared to have the race in hand at the turn. Brindley's finish on the son of Lock* nager was not altogether good. There was good cash for Delprat and Cherso in this .race. The principal event or the day brought out 14 runners, ...

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Pars—Pungent and Polite [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

Pars — Pungent and Polite Another accident^-within a point of being fatal^-at the murderous Jewefi street Crossing I ? ? ? ? One of the cables that sneaks through by accident: 'London, June 30. So for Brigadier-General Lucas, who as kidnapped in the County of Cork, has not been traced. He has written a letter to the effect that he is being treated well, and he deprecates looting by the soldiers.' And we thought that none but German soldiers looted! ? ? * Said that young Mr. Rex's cicerones unfortunately overlooked the historical insignia, or, should we say, stigmata, of the Town Hall when showing him round the city. The hangman's rope and broad arrow are probably unique as architectural designs, and it is in deed a shame that his princely atten tion was not drawn to them. ? ? ? 56.4 per cent of our teachers receive less than £150 per annum, the Civil Ser vice secretary informs us. Of course, this State of 'wonderful possibilities' can't afford money for education — which, by the way...

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Fistic Fixtures. PUBLIC FIGHT SHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

Fistic FixtiirS*. PUBLIC UGHT SHY. The fistic contests arranged for last Thursday and yesterday, proved one thing very conclusively, and that was that the boxing boom has 'bust,' and very emphatically. We have our opinion as to4he reasons, and will find an opportunity to express them at no distant date. Meanwhile let it suffice to say that the boxing promoters are by no means ignorant of the wherefore of public apathy, and if the blind horse can't take the wink, well, it must just take the nod— or the knock. SAT v. THOMPSON. A meagre attendance witnessed Thursday's fight at the Shaftesbury, when Fred Kay (lOst. 81b.), the Aus tralian welterweight champion, met Barney Thompson (lOst. 61b.), of Vic toria, jajei--: The latter played a waiting game all through, and JCay, althougn out of con dition, easily gave the better exhibt tion of the noble art. In the thir teenth round Kay was winded nastily by a low blow from Thompson, and Referee P. Basto declared for the for mer on a foul — an ...

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Commonwealth Barbarity The Public Servants Condemned to to Freeze New G.P.O. Atrocity [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

Commonwealth Barbarity The Public Servants Condemned to to Freeze New G.P.O. Atrocity Public servants employed by the Postmaster-General are said to be look ing forward pleasurably to their removal from the convict-built barn which does duty at present as a CKP.O., to the palatial freestone structure now rapid ly awaiminy external form and beauty somewhere in the midst of a jungle of prehistoric shacks opposite the Central Station. THE MIRROR' regrets to inform them that, if they hope for greater comfort as a result of the change, they are in for a chilling disappointment. It is astonishing to learn that the building is to be provided neither with fireplaces nor with heating appliances of any sort. Not even an electric radia tor is to be permitted. Originally, we understand, wood floors were intended to be laid on joists above the concrete floors, leaving a space wherein wires could easily be laid and rdaid to suit r^ft^K drcumstances. But some wooden-headed wise acre butted in and ...

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Thursday's Football PERTH v. SOUTH FREMANTLE. A Record Gate. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

TKtirsday's Football PERTH v. 80UTH VBEMANTLC. A Record Gate. Perth S. F'tle. G. B. G. B. Final ? 9 15 .. 7 7 69pts. 49pts. The Football League is to be congra tulated on its foresight in arranging the clash of the above-mentioned teams last Thursday, when everyone and his wife were in the city to welcome H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. A big following of the winter sport wended their way to the WACA ground. The gate— £280 — is an easy winner this season. Craig had charge of the whistle, and gave a good exhibition. Hoft, Perth's crack centre man, was an absentee owing to injuries received the previous week-end, whilst Cooper, Wetherall, and the Granlands were included in the Red and Whites. The first quarter opened with Souths kicking toward the river, and after in dulging in some centre play — in which the ball often beat the man— a con certed rush by the City men brought the leather within striking distance, and a goal was snapped out of a scrim mage. Souths then exerted them selves a...

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Points for Punters LAST WEEK'S STUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

Points for Punters LifiTWUMTS STUNT. Rain seriously, interfered with the attendance at Helena Vale las£ Satur jjfay,J4i$hptigh, under the conditions the ,. .jMtsemblgge. ,was above .expectations, and Secretary 'Jack' Hayes was well satisfied. ... Rouleau followed up his previous Saturday's success by again winning jtie Hurdles in nice style. He was well handled by Warnamende. Rouge Bow and Lock Alma were withdrawn from the First Class Plate, leaving eight runners. Rosemount was~sent out favourite, but never had ?Took in, the winner turning up in Roberts' fflly Very .Faitiiful, which started at the nice price of seven to cne. Doctor Officers Osseo finished very fast into second position. He should win very shortly. The winner led all the'tWay* and was ridden by ap prentice Nome. Spyscope was looked upon as a good tfima..for the Second Class Plate, but the beat hip could do was fourth. At the home turn Dell Rose took ^com mand, and ran home an, easy winner. Nome was also the successfu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

Tho Chevrolet appeals especially to the man who drives for Profit ; who wants a Comfortable good looking 'car that is easy to handle and economic to . operate. The Chevrolet has an enviable record for dependable transportation and the valve-in-head motor gives plenty of power at a low cost per mile. Skipper Bailey Motor Ca, Ltd* Distributing Agents, The Mirror will Reflect You 'a& Well-Suited after a visit to ? 'T. j. SNIGG (as) Barrack and Murray Streets The Clothier and Outfitter Everything in MEN'S WEARjfin Stockfi from a ? Bootlace to an Overcoat. ? — -Melrose ? ? Direction s : I-ux*lia3n Marcel. Lester Brown's Musical Comedy -Mary's Lamb' ^^ A Brilliant Comedy The Latest jSong Hits p Dxmato and Clark's Monkeys and Dogs Ratioaal Concert and Star Picture Sunday. i— I — ? HOTEL PERTH BARRACK and MURRAY-STREETS. ' ? The Central and Most Commodious Residential Hotel. TeL 4488. J. J. RYAN, Proprietor. mSBm fffi\ ?&* embodiment of Excellence' ^^

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

At a recent meeting of the .Subiaco Council, Mayor Boas flared up when one of the councillors asked how many times the Mayor was entitled to speak to one question. a at * Mr. Chris. Iaith ,of Subiaco, has now - a new toy in the shape of a steam rol ler costing about £1400. ? ?* * The brightest suburb of Perth is Su biaco. It doesn't depend on the Gov ernment plant for its electric light. ? ? ? The thirsty thirteen are looking for another resting place. Mr. Jack Royd house is retiring from the Subiaco Printery. ? ? ? The old-established firm of Brown and Burns have dissolved partnership. Saturday's 'Daily News' report of Prince at the 'Trots':— 'A group heard Mr. Geo. Tayler present to the Prince on behalf of the Association a beauti fully-mounted hunting crop. The Girl was a surprise to the Royal visitor, and he was genuinely delighted,' We shouM shay shol

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