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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920
ROYAL HOTEL PERTH REVISE!} PRICE LIST. AUGUST, 1920. Australian Whisky ? i.. ..4 0 7 3 Scotch Whisky (Own Bottling) ? .. 8 6 Blinds (Australian) ? -....- ? 8 6 SPECIAL SCOTCH ? .. 9 9 Extra Special ? 10 6 . No. 10, Dewart, Xing George, Green Stripe, D.CJL, 'Jameson ? i ? % 10 0 Bed Collar, Gaelic, Thome's, Crawford ? 10 0 Hennessy * Brandy ? 8 3 IS 0 Chat. Tanunda ? 5 0 9 6 Penfold's, Mine's, Samson, and Irvine's Brandy ... 6 0 96 TondntFreres ? , ? .. 6 0 9 6 Sine Circle ? \. ? 8 6 Gh- (Old Tom or- Dry) ? 5 3 9 6 CKn, Bond's (i Bottle) .. ../. ? 4 0 Bom .. ? ; ? 7 0 9 0 Port Wine . ? ..20 30 36 60 56 Emu; Union, Swan, and Bed Castle Ale, per bottle 0 11 Emu, Union, Swan, and Bed Castle Ale, per dozen 11 0 ? Emu, Union, Swan, and Bed Castle Stout, per bottle - 0 VL\ Emu, Union, Swan, and Bed Castle Stout, per dozen U 6 ;' - ? Packing Extra. ? W. H. JONES, Proprietor. SWAN Largest Sale Never Stale GLOBE HOTEL WELLINGTON-STREET, PEBTH (Opposite Railway Station). ; .. F. DAY, : : : lic...
Helena Vale [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920
Helena Vale The weather for the races was fine 'to-day; and the attendance at the ? Helena Vale racecourse was a good one. The fixture was well managed and the racing proved very interest ing. % Following.,are 'the results: — MIDLAND HURDLE RACE.— Of 90 sovs.; second 15 and third 10 sovs. from stake. About two miles. T. Hindes' Jerflderie, by Loch Sheil— Yangel, 10.1' (Donovan) 1 Yarandale, 10.5 (MeCann) .... 2 Miamui, 10.7 (Wamaminde) .. .- 3' Other starters: Good Turn, 11.0 (Pinkus); Silent Tom, 9.6 (Watts); Mygales, 9.0 (Spooner). Dividends (for 10/-) : S.O., £2/1/-; place, 12/-, 17/-, 14/-. 'Betting: 3 to 1 agst Miamui or Jerilderie, 5 to 1 Good Turn or My gales, 8 to 1 Silent Tom. Won by ten lengths, with- half a length between second and third. Time, 3 min. 57 1-5 sec FIRST CLASS PLATE.— Of 100 sovs; second 20 and third 10 sovs., from stake. Six furlongs. H. H. Roberts' Very Faithful, by Fidelis— Very Canny, 8.12 (Nor rie) ? 1 Rosemount, 7.9 (Morley) .. .. 2 Lock Master, 9.4 (...
Racing Comments KALGOORLIE. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920
Racing Comments KALGOORLIE. FIRST DAY. (By 'Cric&iewood, Jun.'') Kalgoorlie, Saturday Evening. Beautiful weather and a great at tendance marked the opening day of the Goldfields Racing Carnival. Twenty bookmakers stood up. In the Gidgi Handicap (First Division) all started. Mingulite opened at 6 s and finished up favourite at 3's, but was never dangerous, and no notice can be taken of his run. Amiens and Woolabar fought out a great finish. Horsemanship won the race. Kappa ran well. In the Second Division only two were scratched. Savonette, Locked Band, and Frondeur were backed for good money down to 7 to 2. Money also came for Master Super and Lady Gamma at fiyes, and Kil tartan at sevens. Kiltartan came out of the bunch and won after a great, race from Oryich. This is Kiltartan's first win for many moons. Percival riding a splendid race. Fronde|ir ran well to the turn. Lockfliat finished fast, but had an outside position at the post — should pick up a race during the meetin...
Eastern Racing A.R.C. Meeting STAGEFRIGHT WINS THE NATIONAL. Adelaide, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920
Eastern Racing A.R.C. Meeting STAGEFRIGHT WINS THE NATIONAL. Adelaide, Saturday. The Adelaide Racing Clubs Na tional meeting was opened to-day, when an eight-event programme was decided. Following are the reults: — STEPNEY WELTER (First Divi sion ).— -One mile. Penta deau, 7.13 ? 1 Michael the Brave, 8.8 ? 2 . Melbolt, 10.7 ? 3 f Dividend (for £1) : £7/17/-. ? Second Division. Our Artillery, 7.13 ? 1 Stage Boy, 82 ? 2 Monopolist, 7.7 ? 3 Dividend (for £1) : £13/6/-. GRAND NATIONAL HURDLES. — About two and a half miles. Stagefright, 10.7 .. ? 1 Sandridge, 10.12 ? 2 Mount Meltsin, 11.10 v. . . * . 3 Dividend (for £1) : £7/2/-. FULHAM PARE PLATE— Five futlongs. ^ Lady Nallin .. ... .. .... .. 1 Loch Linute .... . . . . . . 2 . Champion Chief ? 3 Dividend (for £1) £2/17/-. ADELAIDE GUINEAS.— One mile. He;sso ? 1 Refraction ? 2 Earl Simon ...*... ? 3 Dividend (for £1), £2/12/-. FULLABTON STEEPLECHASE.— About two miles. ? Fatal Error ? „ ? 1 ' Hardrelly ? ..* 2 Soofa ? 3 Dividend (for £1)...
BUSINESS ACUMEN & ECONOMY OF OUR PETTY CASH GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920
BUSINESS ACUMEN & ECON OMY OF OUR PETTY CASH GOVERNMENT. To straighten the finances to bal ance the ledger and run the State on a business basis, the present catastrophic Government of WA. got into office on the flood tide of war hysteria, and their promise to do several things, particularly win the war. jl They have done none ov these things^ — but they have made afeasc ful muddle of the affairs of this State^ — a muddle which any free press should ^certainly endeavour to bring before the people, who elected them. ? They have left undone the things they ought to have done, and have done the things they ought not to have done, and there is no 'health in the lot of 'em. Pleading lack of funds, they have neglected the Edu cation Department and building and improvement of necessary schools; they inhumanly denied a recreation hall for the patients at Worooloo; they allowed the Civil Servants to strike rather than give them a living pittance; they have held up public works becaus...
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. State Land and Income Tax Re turns for the year ended the 30th June, 1920, are due on the 1st Sep tember, 1920, but owing to the Civil Service Strike, Returns furnished by 1st October will be exempt from penalty. INCOME. Every person whose gross income for the twelve months exceeded £100 must furnish a State Income Return. LAND. If the land and the improvements ar; the same as in last year's Land Return, no Land Return need be sent in. * If no Land Return has been sent in for previous years the taxpayer must furnish a Land Return — using Form G — of the land owned at the 30th June, 1920, giving full particu lars of date of purchase and name and address of seller. Where the whole or part of the land held by a taxpayer who has already furnished Returns for pre vious years has been sold or other wise disposed of, or where additional land has been purchased or acquir ed, during the year ended the 30th June, 1920, -a Land Return (use ^Form GA) must be sent in The State...
Labour Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920
Labour Notes ? \y ? Mr. Seibenhaar, who delivered a splendid lecture at the Literary In. stitute on Sunday night last, said that the flat geographical lay of his native land, Holland, was reflected in the intelligence of the people. Just so, Serby, Australia has its big flats, too — much larger country this. Who is the -candidate for Parlia mentary Selection seen closely study ing the book, 'Tie Psychology of Leadership'? This bloke must sure ly have his eye on a Premiership. Labour Day this year will eclipse previous records for attractiveness. A huge sports programme is being arranged, three trotting events, a Sheffield, cycling, and motor cycling handicaps, and boxing tournaments are a few of the items of the pro gramme now in course of compila tion. Mr. H. B. Wright will unfold the mysteries of Finance at the Literary Institute to-night (Sunday). Was it not W. E. Gladstone who said the surest way to lunacy was a close study of this intricate subject? For sheer unadulterated lazi...
Under the Lash SUFFER LITTLE CHILDREN. Sordid Story of Sweat and Sweets. Chocolates and Christianity. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920
XXnclei? *l*e Ususla. SUFFER LITTLE CHILDREN. Sordid Story of Sweat and Sweets. Chocolates- and Christianity. Those who have followed West Australia's part in the great war must have heard of Mr. Albany Bell. This gentleman, whose ser vices to his country in the capacity of Y.M.C.A. secretary, are incalcul able, is also the owner of a number of tearooms in the city* and also controls a factory in one of the suburbs. Now Mr. Bell claims to be a Christian; he says he is a devout follower of the lowly Nazarene, yet the conditions that exist at his fac tory^and in his tearooms would tnatfe Christ blush with shame were he to see them. At the factory, which, by the way, is a big building, and rears its lofty walls with the majesty of Salvation Army citadel, 'there are scores of girls employed, the majority of them being under the age of 21. The rea son for this is that the wages paid will hot allow an adult worker to spend her time there. The wages, so far as the confectionery depart- ^ m...
RE THE Y.W.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920
RE THE Y.W.C.A. 'Miss Amy Snelson may be a very nice lady — we do not know, but she » was in this State a month or so ago boosting an organisation called the Young Women's Christian Associa tion, and induced a number of girls to join. Although Miss Snelson has now left us she undoubtedly left a representative here, and we invite ' this lady to answer the following questions — if she cares; — ,(1) Is it not a fact that the con trolling board or council is, and only can be, members of Protes liant churches? v * (2) Is it not a fact that in' every . 4? such organisation existing the shop and factory girls are consid ered on a different level to the daughters of the elite? (3) Is it not a fact that the offi cers of the organisation are, or were, until recently, situated in the business premises of the National Federation? When the above are answered we will have some more posers, which, we think, will show tip the Y.W.C.A. in its true colours.
LETTERETTES. To People that Deserve Them. To Commissioner Pope. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920
LETTERETTES. To People that Deserve Them. To Commissioner Pope. y-A_ What the sheol is wrong with the doors of the dogboies on your rail- j ways? Most of them won't open .3 from the outside without the aid of 3 a set of footprints, and once the 'j unfortunate passenger gets. shut in, 1 he has to convert certain portions ~\] of his body into a battering- ram I before he can get out. When he 1 succeeds he has to jump from j the train about half a Aile past '] his station. What's wrong with the contraptions? we ask. Are they I made, of green wood, or what? For j God's sake get ? them -fixed up! 1 They're murder! -J
OUR UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920
OUR UNIVERSITY. We thought so. As soon as the Sunday Mirror draws, attention to the position of affairs at the Uni versity, the Senate, on July 24 t'we are naively /informed), asks for an annual increase of £2,000, or £15,500 annual subsidy) in addition to a 1920 to 1921 now recurrent (sic) grant of £4£55, or a total of £20,355 for the same period. Allowing tnat 1913 was hot a complete financial University year, close upon £110,000 will have been spent by commit ments to December, 1920, next en suing without taking in additional grants during this eight year period of other moneys. What are the commitments likely to be in the present bunglers' hands by 1921 year end? Here not one single re ference do we find as to material expenses and outgoings — no; no* forecast either. March, 1920, taw the ostensible end of the Battye re gime, when Dr. Saw became War den of the University. But the Battye management commitments remain. Is it too late to appoint a University Registrar or Bursar. Si...
DEATH TRAP FERRIES. FREMANTLE HARBOUR COFFIN BOATS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920
DEATH TRAP FERRIES. FREMANTLE HARBOUR COF FIN BOATS. ? u ? What sort of management is it that allows ferries crossing Freman tle Harbour to North Wharf to carry anything up to twice their licensed number of passengers? This happens, not now and again, but as a regular thing. Seldom in deed are these coffin boats anything but over-crowded. One day this week a ferry licensed to carry 100 crossed the fiver in a gale with 250 men hanging on by the skin of their teeth. Upon reaching the south side, the force of the ^storm was so great that the boat could not wake the wharf, and a landing was caly effected by going some distance up stream, where the shelter offered by a big ship was taken advantage oi. All this while the cockle-shell was pitching about' with men packed too tightly to breathe. Even apart from the overcrowd ir.. the service needs attention on account of the lack of landing facili ties.- There is no proper landing stage. Men are obliged to scram ble up the sides of the wharf...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920
BULL & BEBOP THE PRIME HEAT SERVERS, HAT-STREET, SUBIAC-3. ^ Carts Call Everywhere. f. 3. 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. TERMINUS HOTEL, / PACKENHAM-STREET, FREMANTLE. Swan Beer. Good Service and Resi dence. TOM STACK, Proprietor. ? ? .-L ? ' ??' ? ? v^*^^s-l- ?/ ?-
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920
'OLA' FLOORPGLISH Mr. Hotel keeper, this is a Line that will interest You ! It is put up in the cream and paste in one gallon, two gallon, and four * . gallon tins. Compare price with the line you are using at present. It will show you a substantial reduction in the cost of polishing your floors It will give better and more lasting results, and is more economical to use on account of the handy size of the tins. QUOTATIONS FROM SOLE AGENTS: PHIL COYLE, ?l««L*!lf*