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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

Broni Bros, Huge Old-time CIRCUS This Week Location Hay St. East (Near Irwin Street) Prices : 6s., 55., 4s., 3s., Late Doors as. Plus Tax Plan at Roselea Nursery Direction - - Claude Phillips

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

Wto's far Hatter? v John R. SAUNDERS Limited, Good Clothes Store Wellington SL ( Next Skfe fold)

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

tepNTAINE'S I Y7^ Fremantle's ; N Jij^ Leading :: Mercers, p vflGnp Tailors and Hatters kJBHF 93^5 High street f ^rVflR FREMANTLE I flttJB .Where the Good Suits are. ? ' lilHntlilli See our Big Range of ALL-WOOL 1 Wmw§!& AUSTRALIAN TWEEDS and SER ? '? ' «3» H§[ GES, which came from the Austra^' ? » ' WBm m$a ? **an Woollen Mills direct to us. ? Wm Wa While the shipment lasts we will ? ' «? Nh * Bufld-toOrder for £7 10s. a First I'.r JR V Class Tailored to Measure SUIT. ?;- ^^S^JU^L ' Fit, Style; and Workmanship Guar I 63-95 HIGH STREET, Fremantle. W* ? . ? ~ — BWU Ales and Stout I ? ? — ' ' ? m Seldom Equalled — ¥?-'? W Never Surpassed. llv- ? ? * K You appreciate A Well Dressed B ♦ ? Woman ♦ . W - How About - I A Well Dressed House? W. YOU NEVED I 1 Good Furniture and Reliable By ? and Wt You Can Sec It Made at x If * ?r —THE MANUFACTURERS— fNICHOLS & ETHELL H' Essex Street, Fremaritle. S^to^ ? m , ' '? ~* ?§?- Don'^Fail to Patronise the American Bar at the Bpi- Try...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GARDEN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

GARDEN NOTES. The aphis are bad this month, Jim the beau of the barbelles. and pests of all descriptions threa ten the garden district. The present is the best time of the year to plant Delawares, B(l)ufi Mr. James Gardiner, the Memeber Orpingtons, and other early varie Miss Mary Garden, the operatic ties of potaties. A- new variety of jazz has been introduced to district by Mr. Brow star was born n. When he showed it to te crowd at the Agricultural Hall on Tues day they were quite enthusiastic about it, and it's sure to be popular. for Irwin has happily n noia££££££ etaoin shrdlu cmfwyp vbgkqj xzfifl Answers to Correspondents. Settler: Yes, pigeons are an ex cellent thing to keep the ticks off . grape vines — they can generally be relied on to keep the grapes off too. The best way to keep them is with a pianola and a Hudson Super Sfx. Heraldic: The motto of the Sim per family is 'simper eatem.' As to the crest, we don't think he grows any or mustard either \ bis favourite crops are...

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

UNION ™. BEEB r«ZlPAMQIS

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

BOOKS RECEIVED. 'Man and Superman,' by Harry and E.A.— 'Left at the Barrier,' by H. P. Colebatch. 'The Snare of the Fowler.'— The Electors of Perth. 'The Four Georges' (Lambert, W. J. ? , Geo. John, and King George IV., King). We never had much faith in pub lic bodies. Since we established ourselves in this half-way stopping place to we lost the little we had. Two months ago we call ed upon te board controlling the death trap at the railway crossing to our office and asked its chairman to put up a danger signal. Two of our oldest subscribers since then have been run down and sent to the hospital, and are on the danger list. Two of our chief advertisers have been killed, and have left their ac counts with us unsettled. The murdering rascals on the board have not kept their promise, and we know the reason why — our two doctors and our only undertaker are on the board.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

J? 1 r~i-Cji 2 J? X-trCJcLi X Grose's Hat Shop Clearance Sale Now in Progress. All Salvaged Goods to be Cleared. 63O HAY STREET. RERTH. TATTERSALL'S Monster CONSULTATIONS WE COMMUNICATE WITH HOBART. CHA9. WATSON & CO., PERTH ABSOLUTELY NO REPRESENTATIVES. BE^GIBSON BO WE DO REPAIRS? WE DO!!! AMD DON'T YOU FORGET IT! CENTRAL ARCADE, PERTH (Opposite Railway Station). ' ? '

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

A LOVE LYRIC. (By a Janakot Lancer). For I want yer little peach, Though you 6eem quite out of reach; You're as nice, as the spice, Shoved in twice, ' In a. tart. But the coldness of yer pouts, Like the frost that nips me sprouts, Or the ravages, of the savages, In 4ne cabbages, Braeiks me heart. There's a feelin' right down here That I cannot cure with beer, Like the bums, as always , comes, For me plums, Clings as suds. Yer can marry me to-day If the word yer will but say, Yer are so dear, I want yer near, I want yer here, To dig the spuds.

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

W. Lean FINANCIER. BARRACK-STREET, PERTH. LOANS TO ANY AMOUNT. J. BALFOUR i COMMISSION AGENT, ' MARKET-STREET, * FREMANTLE. I Communicate With Hobart. -? ?; SALES CONDUCTED » at Shortest .Notice, by a LitoCap- * able Auctioneer, with 20 years' ex- ?;, perience, who knows Values from A ^ to Z. | We also have a HOUSE, LAND I and ESTATE AGENCY. If you f want to Buy 'or Sell a Property, » /. give us a call. ' % BULL AND CONWAY, : AUCTIONEERS, v HOUSE, LAND, and ESTATE AGENTS, 38 MARKET-STREET, FREMANTLE. 'Phone, 983. (Late of AJ.F.) GARRY STACK'S | SAVOY CAFE, 1 (Downstairs), .?* Next Metropole Hotel, HAY-STREET. k A Princely Meal at a Pdpular . Price. ?? i STILL THE PREMIER TOBAC CONIST (Wholesale and Retail). * J. GLEESON. 667 HAY-STREET, 247 WILLIAM-STREET. - 63 BARRACK-STREET, , PERTH. i McCarthy's Hotel BARRACK-STREET, PERTH. mrs. s. e. McCarthy, Proprietress. GLANVILLE'S LEMON HEADACHE. The Great Australian Remedy for ^ Instant Relief and Speedy Cure of an Headaches, Neuralgia, To...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
OUR SERIAL STORY. "BLOOD OB BEER." A Novel of High Life. (All Rights Preserved). Chap. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

OUR SERIAL STORY. 'BLOOD OR BEER.' A Novel of High Life. (By Melville Waters). (All Rights Preserved). Chap. I. Hector McDougall, the multibil lionaire, stood in the portiere of the Naval Base Hotel and faced the chill blast; but he had made his money lumping on the wharf, and so he was used to such weather. Pulling up the collar of his 7200-gn. fur-lined coat, fie proudly gazed upon the passing crowds. Hector, the Bad Millionaire. . The petulant waiter at his elbow asked, ','Did you ring, sir?' But MacDougall felled him with a snarl, and hailing a passing taxi he singled out a hurrying maiden, and seizing her by the throat he hurled into the vehicle, thereby showing that the age of chivalry is not yet dead. Whispering to the chafieur, ' 'ome 'ngus,' he leapt into the trobbing automobubble, which sprang away like a grey hound. He looked at the girl beside him, and she promptly slapped his face. 'Don't dear,' s&id he. 'You go to Hell!' said she, rais ing her beautiful eyes to...

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

Sub-Rosa. Tommy takes home a basket of fish. Mother says', 'What do you . call this one, Tommy?' picking out the biggest. 'I don't know what its name is, mother,' says Tommy; 'but the man who was sitting next to me said when he was packing up, 'That's the blooming limit.'' Now listen, gentle anglers, when a fishing you would go: We can take in all your stories by the mile, ' Of the whoppers that you lost when the bally line broke short, We give heed to them although we gently smile. But remember that your tale to catch our ear at all, . Must contain at least a grain of truth within' it, For if like Ananias you stretch the yarn too tall, We shall gently murmur, 'That's __ the blooming limit.' Speaking on the Industrial Peace Bill, Mr. Bruce said: 'Owing to the 300 per cent, increase in the cost of living, industrial France was in an appalling condition, while the great problem in Great Britain was creat ed by the refusal of the workers to be further treated as dogs, as was the case b...

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

Midland Notes Midland — tile happy hunting ground of flighty flappers and desti tute dogs. Dick Sheehan is an able exponent of the tickle toe. ? v ? We're longing for the summer time to see the cock sparrows reappear on the fence opposite the Post Office. Some one ought to birdlime it. It is reported that Roy Reynolds, the energetic secretary of the Tennis Club, is investing in a kangaroo fea ther company. Buying against' the rise, Roy? Flint makes bikes. Flint and Steele make sparks, but not the kind of Sparks that issues from tile WA Bank when toil for the day is o'er. The state of the fountain erected to the memory of the driver and fireman killed in the Poison Gully accident, is an absolute disgrace to the town. Unwashed, uncared for, and*neglected, it is rapidly becoming an eyesore. ? The houses in Midland are being numbered. Is it for the purpose of assisting waterlogged pedestrians to ascertain their ? locality, or to guide shickers home? Jim Douglas is getting fat. 'The Auss...

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

fremantle fragments The Workers' Club — a thriving in stitution1— expanding and improving under Bill Roche. ' ? Bill Renton — a born leader,' still going strong, and popular as ever. 'Conscience,' said Matt. Hogan, 'why, what is conscience, but an un easy feeling that somebody will blab?' Rockingham Roads Board had their annual jamboree on Monday. Premier. Mitchell and Da George (Works), Baglin, M.L.C., the Fre mantle Mayor, and other heads, had a look at the new road to Mandurah and ate and drank things at Rock ingham and the Naval Base Hotel, and talked a lot. The speech of the evening was by Dad (Ted) Leverington, who reckon ed the Peel Estate was no good, and declared the Government must 'con- sume, the Clanty Estate.' Dad, who insisted on calling Mit chell the' 'Premium,' said that Bath ing Sheds were needed for picnic parties down at Rockingham 'to cover the ladies' decency.' Reported that the chief engineer of a . well known boat was caught red handed with six pairs of silk s...

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

Tweaks and Squeaks To love is to doubt. To marry is to be sure. A man's mother is his ideal, hif sweetheart is his dream, his wife is his awakening. Men used to buy their wives; now they merely lease them. Whisk: To move nimbly from place to place. Whiskey: That which is moved nimbly from place to place. To-day the diggers call him : 'Grati- tude Bill.' In refusing to allow them to cash gratuities Hughes offers a gratuitous insult to shop-keepers and mer chants. A prophet is without honour in his own country-^o is a profiteer. Notice outside a city pub.: — 'Iron Tanks for Sale Cheap.' They would have to be cheap too, for some of the 'tanks' that roll 'about the front bar, we wouldn't take as a gift. Through the 'West,' the Acting Mayor calls a meeting to 'repudiate ?disloyal peeches'— prefers the plums of office no doubt. One picture theatre advertises Buck Jones in 'Forbidden Trails.' Here's something else for the 'Fami- liar Spear' to buck about. One reason, and you'll agree it is...

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

JONES— [Rand's Best Machine I ^^^^^^^^i^^^^^^a Cabinets and Drophead ?^?E^^E^E^gS^Bfl^Hj Guaranteed for 25 Years. - ^^HS|^^^HK^^3^3f^^^H E?.«y Terms. JJ^BSBESHF 209 Mirrag street, Perth, ^^^^^^^^r 54 fiifti street, Freinatie.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Coogee Cauli[?] Gigilans et Tintax. (Unregistered.) London Rep.: Mr. Loveskinflint, Optician, E.C.'s. AUGUST 21, 1921. A CHANGELESS PRINCIPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

Hbe ffoooee- Gauhfl^^^^H Gigilans et Tintax. ^^^^^^^^^^| (Unregistered.) ^^^^^^^^^^H London Rep.: Mr. Loveskin flint, Optician, E.C.'s. ^^^^^J Northam Rep.: Bloodstains Coloscratch, C-o. Teaser Office, Northam. VOL. 1. AUGUST 21, 1921. No. 4. PRESS CUTTINGS COLLECTED BY HS^^^^^^^^H A CHANGELESS PRINCIPLE. ? O ? Not to seem partial in our selection, the ^^^^^^^^^^^^1 from our esteemed contemporary: — ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^J The Pickled Peeper's Packe^^^^^^^^H Subscriptions in advance. - - ^^^^^^^^^^^H This journal stands foresquare and stolid in the interest of the State and Empire (and of our advertisers). We stand for the rights of small nations, the freedom of the press, free trade, and protection, liberty and prohibition, freedom and militarism, and self -determination. The crying need of the age is for practical right-thinking men who will do things, not dreamers or idealists or visionaries, men who have shown by their capability to make money for themselves, that they can govern the pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

Ernie* Burt; of the Brisbane, was a very slick boxer a few years ago. Many good judges aver that had he taken to the game professionally he would have proved a champion. NEWCASTLE CLUB HOTEL, FREMANTLE. The Ideal Meeting Ground and Re sidential. TOM RYAN, Proprietor. WE RECOMMEND CHRIS. PIKE HAIRDRESSER & TOBAC CONIST. FACE MASSAGE. HIGH-STREET, FREMANTLE. NATIONAL HOTEL FREMANTLE. ' M. MULCAHY. Proprietor. ,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MEETING OF THE CIVIC FATHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

THE MEETING OF THE CIVIC FATHERS. With the sedate superiority which characterise their every ac tion, the City Fathers met on Mon day - at the Guild Hall. There were no cheers! Tie Acting Mayor was in the chair. .An atmosphere of respectability, dignity, and re finement pervaded the meeting hall. Slowly and solemnly Alderman Merryman gave a wonderfu disser tation on the art of blocking up a right-of-way with a motor car. The Aldennanic Pieman said that be, feared the methods of Aid. Mer ryman were not above suspicion, in fact he had considerable doubt of them — he prefaced his remarks with a Union Jack. Aid. Merryman: You waster, you're balmy, you've got a rat! Aid. Pieman: Yhat? You dirty, fat-gutted rotter. Ill dot you in the eye. (Cheers.) Aid. Merryman: You lousy lep rous swine; I'll spit in -yours. (Ap ? plause) . There the' local schoolmaster ask ed the Council to postpone the de-* bate to allow of his schoolchildren attending to drink in the lesson in pure refined English. He...

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

afia^^^^^^^^^^^^H Mirror ip^P^P^P^P^P^P^P^P^P^P^PJ He starll^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^pH position. ^i^P^P^P^P^P^P^P^P^P^P^H was every ™i^^^^^^^^^^^^^H assistance of uMp^P^P^P^P^P^P^pH Country Party H^^^^^^^^H out the life* of ' the^^^^^^H^^H ment. ? ^^^^^^^^H Of course the Country^^^^^^^H entered politics with a nar^^^^^^H pets and a volley of protes^^^^^H 'their independence and miul^^^^H position to the Hughes-Cool^^^^B glomeration, but although the^^^H our Party had given them twc^^H three excellent opportunities ^pH prove it the effeminate party h^H not taken advantage of the chancipH The fact was that the CountrS Party does not love Hughes moreV but loves the Labour Party less. ^ There was another phase, however, that must not be overlooked, though it lie quiesant at present, that was the Hughes-Watt- controversy, for despite the fact that the Prime Minister had made public certain cable correspondence, the whole story had not yet been told. It was absurd to imagine that a poli tician w...

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Mimes, Mummers & Melody-Makers [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

Mimes, Mummers & Melody-Makers The crowds that poured in last week to see 'On Our Selection,' at His Majesty's Theatre, acclaimed it as the supreme success of the Aus tralian stage. The parts were all well taken, but Leslie Gordon as 'Dave,' annexes the laurels. Will Peter Brooks give us some more like 'Fun in a Cornfield'? It is unfortunate, but none the less true, 'that a really good dancer never has a really good voice. They may be able to sing a ditty with a cer tain amount of success, but as a vocal star they do not shine. Some of the people in Perth at present who demonstrate this are^ — Elvie Stagpoole, Hal King, The Dick. Dor othy Trio, Charlie Delavale, Charlie Perrin, G. W. Desmond. Where would the Serenaders be without Clifford O'Keefe? Olitska, at the Melrose, was a great success. She has a beautifully rich and voluminous voice, but has a tendency to hang on to her notes just a little too long. The greyhounds at. Eroni's Circus are something new in the way of jum...

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