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THE HANNANS HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

THE HANNANS HANDICAP. (By 'Cricklewood, Jan.') One of the greatest scandals in th» y annals of the turf appear to have taken place over this year's Hannans Handicap. No less than four of the . -; best backed horses were scratched -; at the eleventh nour, viz., Mystad -v (at acceptances), Kernsary, on '?'' Thursday; and Observation and i Ventrim on the day of the race. J Observation was the favourite up to ?' the time Osseo was backed for a -. 'poultice' at, sizes down to 6 to 4. -: Nystad was one of the early backed f qnes, both straightout and in dou- ' bles. Kernsary, Observation, and ;' Ventrim were also the medium of ':- very solid support both ways by the poor unsuspecting punters, and it is a standing disgrace that sucV a state ii of affairs as was done in, this yean' - - Hannans Handicap, is allowed to :» exist. However, to the great delight \ of followers of the 'fame' the low- \ down scheme came undone-., as the '1 Hannans was won by an outsider in U Springmount. ,'] While ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

TSS ' Siggs Drug Store THEATRE ROYAL BUILDINGS, Opp. SAVOY, HAY-STREET, PERTH. Tel. A1311. Offers 'MIRROR' readers a SPECIAL CAMPHOR at 4d. a Cake ;

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THIS WEEK'S HOT X BUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

THIS WEEK'S HOT Z BUN. Mr. J. J. Simons, whose right to contest the East Perth seat in the Labour interests is being challeng ed by the extremists element in the party, issues an invitation else where in this issue to his supporters to attend a meeting at St. Bartho lewem's Hall on Tuesday evening next.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

We pay freight on Country^ Orde« to the value of 5/-. M The SiggTiTug Stof THEATRE ROYAL BUILDINCM ? HAY-ST., PERTH. -J| FOR GOOD BREAD. ~M C. M. BEOAH, I BAKER, .1 EAST FREMANTLE. 1 Qoldfields Clubl Hotel % CORNER PIER AND WELLDTfl TON-STREETS. 1 Swan and Union Ale on Drangh9 JACK MORRISON, 1 FREMANTLE. M Registered WA Tarf Clab. W All Registered Courses. fl Grand National Steeple. M Telephone, B5§7. M Give us a Trial— no Satisfaction nonpayment. fl ALHAHBRA DINING BOOH,] 33 HENRY-STREET, 1 FBEMANTLE. ? Reopened. All Meals, Is. fl Tea and Toast, 64 M At the Criterion Hotel, Ha9 street.— Swan Beer at its best. Re9 Harrison, proprietor. ? J m

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RETURNED SOLDIERS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

RETURNED SOLDIERS Seen Daily in the Perth Streets. 'What they fought for.' Arthur Blakely, M^H.R^ speaks on the Fremantle Esplanade to-day, . Sunday, at S pjn.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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V.R.C. MELBOURNE, August 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

V.R.C. . MELBOURNE, August 21. The V.R.C. August meeting was held at Flemington to-day. Shadow Dancer, who has been showing good form, won the Hurdle Race from Pistolier and Will Comfort. Following are the results: — AUGUST HURDLE RACE.— Two miles. Shadow Dancer, 115 ? 1 Pistolier, l\2 ? ., 2 Will Comfort, 12.0 ? 3 Other starters: Front Rank, 9.9; Pontoon, 9.0 Betting: 7 to 2 agst Shadow Dan cer. APPRENTICES' HANDICAP.— Six furlongs. Double Bezique ? 1 Sablonette ? 2 G*ey Abbey .. ? 3 Other starters: Ordella, 9.11; Zu landa, 9.8; Blue Cross, Lannion, 92; St. Mira, 8.7; Mordington, 7.1; Har pocrates, Sonny Foy, Theocritus, Arrasene, 7.0. . Betting: 20 to 1 agst Double Bez ique. AUGUST STEEPLECHASE.— Two miles and half a furlong. Doirotf, 10.12 ? 1 Dr. James, 9.1 ? 2 Lumut, 105 ? 3 Other starters: Tararu Jack, 12.1; Pram, 102; Tenarqui, 93. Betting: 6 to 4 agst Doiroa. AUGUST HANDICAP.— Mile and a half. Distant Star, 75 ? 1 Ceredivin, 6.7 ? 2 Earlbom, 82 ? 3 Other starters: Court Jest...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Rosehill Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

Rosehill Sydney, Saturday. The above club's August meeting was held to-day in fine weather, with the following results: — HURDLE RACE.— Two miles. Mattan ? * Sceny .. : ? * Zinti ? 3 * Dead heat. Betting: 5 to 4 agst' Mattan, 5 to 1 Sceny. GRANVILLE STAKES.— One mile. I Frugon ? 1' Spear Song ? 2 Indermay ? 3 Betting: 6 to 4 agst Frugon. DUNDAS HANDICAP.— Six fur longs. Remmon ? 1 Chrysolaus ? 2 Warspite .. ? 3 ^Betting: 5 to 1 agst Remmon. AUGUST HURDLE RACE.— Two miles. Booster ? 1 Tresfoil ? 3 Cudale ? 8 Betting: 7 to 1 agst Booster. THREE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP. Seven furlongs. Gilray ? -.. .. 1 Marcinelli ? 2 Fort Regal . . : ? 3 Betting: 5 to 2 agst Gilray. CARUNGFORD SOLE. Whitfield ? 1 Iranian ? 2 David ? 3 Betting: 6 to 1 Whitefield.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Trotting Electric Light Reflections. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

Trotting Electric Ligm Rcflccliens. It was a grand crowd assembled under the electric light last night to witness a fine trotting programme. Fine weather and good running were both in evidence. BELMONT HANDICAP— Of 55 sovs. One mile and a quarter. (Scratch mark 2.35). Messrs. M. Feldman and S. Cohen's blk m. Cythera, scr. (Michael) ? ?? 1 Never Despair^ scr. (Buckingham) 2 Errant Bay, 10 bhd. (Gosper) . . 3 Other starters: Kittie Belmont, Velvet Ribbon, Caress, scr.; Pashas Beauty, 5; Parole's Honor, 20; Ma ori Maid, Honest John, 25; Baby Cleve, Little Van, 30; Colin, Strath more, 35; Pleasure, 40. Betting: 6 to 4 agst Cythera, 4 to 1 Maori Maid, 6 to 1 Little Van ot Pleasure, 10 to 1 others. Dividends: S.O., £1/6/-; Place, 7/-, 24/-, 23/-. Time, 3.13. Rates, 2.34*. 2Mi, 2.35*. Cythera led all the way, and won by half a yard, 15 yards between second and third. Pasha's Beauty was fourth. MAYLANDS HANDICAP.— Of 55 sovs. One mile and a quarter. (Scratch mark 255.) Mr. E. Leonard's ch m...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Interstate Football Big Game at Fremantle HOW THEY PLAYED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

Interstate , Football Big Game at Fremantle HOW THEY PLAYED. Following was the order of the game: — (Visitors on top). Smith' (forward, Sturt). Wimbridge (back, WJU. Sellick, ? Probert. Green, ' Hewby. Hicks, Golding, O. Beatty. Boyd, Brentnall. Mudie. Bruce, ' Mayman, Sanders. Bell, Steele, Allen. Beatty, Sharp, Colquhoun. J. Campbell, Outridge, Thomas. Kappler, Caldwell. Morgans, Truscott. Carthew (back, Sturt). B. Campbell (forward, WA.) Rucks.^-Sturt: Whitehead and Walsh; rover, Odgers. W-A. — Ion and Tyson; rover, Duffy. STURTS v. WEST AUSTRALIA. Contrary to expectations the wea ther was ideal yesterday, when a vast multitude assembled at the Fre-^ mantle Oval to witness the match' between South Auestralia's leading tema and a combinaion representing West Australia. The teams were: — The local team looked a perfect * combination with green jerseys and a yellow swan on the breast. With a mild wind blowing the teams sarted operations. With one of their characteristic rushes Sturt...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A BLATANT ANTI AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

A BLATANT ANTIAUSTRA LIAN. The 'Daily News' prints the fol lowing notice of a new book of poems by F. T. Macartney: 'Sydney L. Endacott, of Mel bourne, has published F. T. Macart ney's 'Poems' in a form that speaks well for book production in Austra lia. It fs a oleasure to handle the well-bound, well-printed little vol ume. Its contents (which, by the way, suggest W. E. Henley influ ence) are divided into four parts, i.e., The Body of Dew, Earthen Vessels, a Theme in Sonnets, Com mercium and Chant* of Broken Times. The work is Jiardly of a sufficiently high order to be classed as poetry, but it has promise of poetical quality ; the verses that are purely Australian have distinct charm.' The remark about Henley influ( ence is sufficiently stupid to make defence of the poetic merit of the poems unnecessary. Nothing could be more foreign to the character and message of the man. Henley has not the wherewithal to exert influ ence upon Macartney. As well might one talk of a pocket magnet...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FREMANTLE TRAMS. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

FREMANTLE TRAMS. (To the Editor). Sir, — Seeing that your paper has already drawn attention to many public grievances, perhaps you could do something towards getting the Fremantle Trams to run for the convenience of the people who use them. At the present, although all trams start from the station, only one (the South car) runs round the bottom end of the town by way of Phitti more and Cliff-streets, and thus picks up men engaged on the harbour and wharf work. Passengers from Cuff-street, who have just left work or come over on the Ferry, and who wish to go to East Fremantle or Beaconsfield, have either to get on the South car and change at the National Comer, where they will probably just miss their other car and have to wait a quarter of an hour, or else walk. Surely it would be as easy to run at least a few a day of the other cars, round the loop, as it is to run the South one, and it would enable many men to get home and back to work much quicker than at Ae pre sent time. — Your...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

H. H. F0LLINCT0n7 COACH and MOTOR BODY BUILDER and GENERAL BLACKSMITH. Corner ADELAIDE and QUEEN VICTORIA-STREETS, FREMANTLE. AUCTION SALES AT SHORTEST NOTICE. Conducted in any part of the State, or will Buy Furniture Outright to Avoid Auction. Money to Lend on all classes of Security from £5 to £1,000. . War Bonds Bought. C. E. MOSELEY, AUCTIONEER, HOUSE, LAND and COMMISSION AGENT. NEXT P.O., FREMANTLE. Tel, 937. .. BILLIARDS. BERT WEAVER, PRINCESS SALOON, FREMANTLE. Largest and Most Up-to-Date in Town. Twelve Tables. HIS MAJESTY'S HOTEL, FREMANTLE. Residential HoteL* Night Porter. NED STACK, Proprietor. WHEN OUT EAST CALL AT PLYMPTON HOTEL For Cheerful Refreshment. JIM DURKIN, Proprietor.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

SCENE FROM 'THE PASSING SHOW OF 1920

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THE NEW AGE. (Original verse). [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

.THE NEW AGE. (Original verse). Thus unto Age doth laughing cry out 'Fool.' 'Anon,' saith Age, replying, 'O wisest child, Of older greater fools than even me, How on some later day hence far from school, By wiser - far than thine own self beguiled, ? Shalt thou my folly as wisdom come to see! 'E'en so,' but laughing Youth cries on in scorn, 'Thy sun in dusk is setting; mine is the morn.' 'Soothly,' saith Age, 'but shalt thou see thv eve, Or pluck one rose that hath not any thorn! The rusts of morn the traveller oft deceive, And far sun-smitten peaks where day is born, But when thy day is done, from battle wise, My folly shall seem wisdom in thine eyes.' Hudibras, Junipr. Jackie Hardwick, M.L.A, has a silvery tenor, but it's not so sweet or so silvery as John McCormack's: «ut he knows how to work it in Eas* P«rth- Our 'special' heard him behind a motah in Barrack-st with a well-known Nationalist toos. ter, trying the first lines of 'When Sparrows Build.' It's the rainy season and its...

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HELENA VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

HELENA VALE. Only a moderate attendance. B^binski, Capt. Alcock, and Loch Sure were1 scratched for the Hurdles, leaving a field of six. Threes the field was always on offer. Jerilderie and Miarnui being equal favourites at that^rice, with Miarnui at 7 to 2, .Good Turn and Mygales fives. Silent Tom came a cropper at the mile post, whilst making the pace fairly warm, {rood Turn and Mygales also fell, jerilderie had no trouble in winning in a canter by ten lengths — neither horses nor jockeys were hurt. ? Very* Faithful again showed how faithful she was to the Marks' stable by accounting for the First Class Plate in nice style from the fastfin ishing Rosemount and Lockflint. Very Faithful and Rosemount were equal favourites at threes. Peronne was pounced upon as a good 'goods' for the Second Class Plate, but went under to Androni cus, who beat Peronne by half a length with Blue Lady third. Gold Digger opened favourite at 5 to 2, but with the solid support for Peronne eased to fives. So...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

THEATRE ROYAL T. COOMBE. UNTIL FRIDAY NEXT. EDITH MAY in 'Children Not Wanted' A 6- Act Sensation! Also, LARRY SEMON in HIS GREAT COMEDY, ' The Fly-Cop.' SHAFTESBURY Direction ? PETER BROOKS. STARRING ENGAGEMENT OF THE GREATEST MIND-READER OF MODERN TIMES, ASTRA, '; AND OF THE MODERN WIZARD, SYLVESTER. ? -*-' PINTO, Marvellous Contortionist, and Fifteen Selected Artists. Prices, 3/-, 2/-, 1/-. -.?;??' SPECIAL SUNDAY NIGHT CONCERTS. , ' Returned Soldiers' Cash Prize Distribution now open. '?-; 60,000 shares at one shilling each. send now. On the ^CATILFIELD CUP, Run on October 16th, 1920, at Caulfield, Vic. FIRST PRIZE £500. SECOND £160. THIRD £100. FIRST PROSE £500. SECOND £150. THIRD £100. Pro Rata. Federal Tax 13 per cent. Other starters divide £100. Non-starters £100. 10 Prizes at £20. 10 at £10. 20 at £5. Drawn in public. Send postal notes and two stamped addressed envel opes for replies (ticket and result). T P CON WAY Organiser; J. N. O'NEILL, Manager. Sufficient AddreK, 'DIGG...

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F [?] Sturt v. Subiaco—The [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

[?] Sturt v. Subiaco— The i^^^^^^^^^^^^H The visiting Sturt's played^^^| -second game of the tour on WlJ^P^PJ day last at Subiaco, against the li^H eighteen. Though the weather WM been boisterous the previous nightB and heavy showers had fallen during^ the morning, it cleared to/wards starting time. Considering the cir cumstances, the ground was in splendid condition, and a great con trast vith the Perth Oval on the previous Saturday. The attendance for a mid-week match was excellent, and the gate proceeds totalled £118, and as the price was only half that charged on the Saturday at Esst Perth, it compared very favourably for tie Subiaco arena. After the exciting match when East Perth won by a point, it was anticipated that, with a fine day, the Maro-ns would give the Adelaideites a good go. However, though a very 'inter- esting game resulted, the Sturts un doubtedly showed their, superiority in many points of the game, especi ally their system and combined play. P. Trotter had char...

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FOB CUPS & NEW MARKET. KALGOORLIE CUP. (One mile and a half). August 25th. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

EIGHTS FOR CUPS & NEW MARKET. KALQOORLZE CUP. (One mile and a half). August 25th. Quarale, Alice Kenilworth, 8.13; amor, 8.12; Nystad, 7.11; Pretty rt-by, 7.10; Seigneur, Munjardy, t; Susarion, 7.6; Bardeur, 7.5; Ven iri, 7.4; Springmount, .7.0; Obser .tion, Bardus, 6.9: Salvator, Lock s, Yapp, Four Kings, 6.7. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Ker ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^?rt for ^^^^^^^^^^^^H'* get ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H race ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^e Lau ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Vell into ^^^H^^^^^^^^^^^^H should ^^^^^^^^^^^^?Fby Cleve ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^disputed fa ^^^^^^^^^^^Hortham Handi ^^^^^^^^^^^Hnd the race won ^^^^^^^^^Plaps. Letty Lind ^^^^^^^^^throughout. Par ^^^^^^^Hnd Montana' were the ^^^^^^Hrban Handicap (the ^^^^^^Ke of the night) brought ^^^Rn runners, the best back ^^^?f Woorawyn, Craboon, and ^^^^Eiells. Iownit soon got the ^^^^was never headed, and won ^^Kouple of yards. Craboon (who Ve badly in the early stages) was K:ond, and John Redmond and Al fred Donald dead-heated for third. The start was the worst ...

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About People [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

^^^^^^^^^^^^^HouT& About People ^^^^^^^HB0RTl2, 2; ^^^^^^^?^7.5, 3. Time, ^^^^^^^^B, 1 ; Lady Agnes, ^^^^^^^?s, 8.9, 3. Time, ^^^^^^^^Bfi, 1 ; Katoomba, ^^^^^^Hrity, 0.7, 3, Time, ^^^?fht, 7.9, 1; Enchanter, ^^?FT Glenella, 7.9, 3. Time, Mfilyveil, 7-0i- 1; Utopian, 8.0, Eggshell, 6.9 3. Time, 1.431. fe— Chief Secretary, 7.7i, 1; Cor jp, 7.2, 2; Pilbarra, 8.0, 3. Time, t 1.411. fa— PoeticaL. 7.8, 1; Snapcap, 6.12, 2; Pilbarra, 10.3, 3. Time, 1.43. 5— Mistico, 8.5, 1; Bullie B., 8.1}, -2; Golden Mead, 7.8, 3. Time, 1.421. L6— Imshie, 8.12, 1; Jillawarra, 6.10, 2; Ireland, 9.0, 3; Time, 1.42. H7M*)cotea, 7&, 1; Imshie, '9.7, S2; Mervi, 6.9i, 3. Time, 1.42*. 18— Devil's March, 7.11, 1; Osseo, '7.0, 2; Macadam, 7.9, 3. Time, 1.43. 19— Bobaris, 7.11, 1; Bemlea, 7.4i, 3; Thoreen, 7.0, 3. Time, 1.422.

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