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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

BIRTHS. O'DOWD.—On August 18, at Nurse   O'Grady's Private Hospital, Adelaide- st., Fremantle, to Mr. and Mrs. M. O'Dowd, a daughter—Joan Patricia.  

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Ladies Section Who's Where [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 22 August 1920

The Ladies Section Who's Where Miss Gladys Edwards, Mr. Peter Roxby, Mr. Cyril Maynard, and Mr. Sidney Smith supplied the vocal harmony in . a holy celebration at the Cathedral of the Immaculate . Conception; last week. The. build ing was tastefully decorated for the . occasion. ? Wally Ruse, whose services to the Catholic Church Choir, will always be remembered, was presented with a jjlver coffee service last Sunday b^his -many admirers. He has been conductor of the choir for six years — a creditable record. Mr. W. Fist, of the Associated Op ticians, has returned from a trip to the East. He looks much better for his holiday. J. O. Butrose, who does the ad- vance work for Messrs. Bailey and Grant, has a pleasing personality. He .has a keen recollection for (faces friend. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smily were passengers by the trans, train which arrived here from the East on Sun day morning. . . Jimmy Gardiner reckons he pre fers lie atmosphere of Parliament House to that of the Moora Hospi...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Tweaks & Squeaks [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

Tweaks & Squeaks Many a warm heart beats over cold feet. Of two evils always choose the one you enjoy most. There is a similarity between the ? unlucky Bam bra and Scaddan, who bought her.^ Something wrong, with the steering gear of both. Congrats-*o Bro. Shapcott on only getting the Order of the Royal Vic torian Order shoved on him. It might so easily have been an 'O.B.E.' Snapschot as secretary to the Pre mier is different to Kessell in the same job. Kessell never would take 'Orders' from anyone. Observation was scratched for the Hannans Handicap at the last min ute. Some of the observations of his backers would stand blue pen cilling too. ^ Nutty James used the Deaf and Dumb alphabet on Sunday at the ultra-loyalist meeting — talked with his fingers on his nose, in fact. Scaddan's policy: 'When in doubt sing 'God Save'' — God save Scad dan, no doubt. Light and 'airy.— Midland has an auctioneer named \ Hair, Fremantle a draper named Beard, Wiggs^sell books, and there are Mo...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Midland Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

Midland Notes Dilly. Dilly! Dflly! * . — o — There are two 'quong' laundries in Midland, presided over, respec-. tively, by Leong Lee and Kum Shing. My collars he'd always washee, But, oh, what a pleasure 'twould be, If Leong Lee In his laundree Would only 'Kum Shing to me!' The- football match held on the Midland oval on Saturday last — Midland versus North Fremantle— was more, than interesting. North Fremantle barrackers far outweigh ed in numbers the leather lunged supporters of the locals. The bar rackers interested the players far more than the players did the bar rackers, free fight on all parts of the ground being the order of the day, and many gentlemen were most gracefully dominoed. Would-be peacemakers, with more noise than sens?,* received every encouragement to join the stoushers. Many did — they couldn't help it. Law and or der, as represented by legs and wings received a hearty reception, whilst Mark Pape may have been discerned, on the horizon; smiling inscrutably beh...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TRAINING COLLEGE ABSURDITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

TRAINING COLLEGE ABSURDI TIES. Professor Murdoch, in his able exp-sition of some phases of the WA University question, has per iiaps not allowed for the position within the University of the Oiare mont Training College. The Edu cation Department governs the situ ation here, too, with bad results, be cause finance and accountancy arc the chief concerns of the Depart ment. What, for instance, could be more ridiculous than to demand from Education Department officials the arrangement of work of the Training College students? In one case a student undergraduate of Claremont College, who is in his third year, will be required by the Department to go up for examina ?fcioft. to- satisfy -ithe '?? Department's requirements in music and element ary arithmetic! Could anything be sillier than this? Mr. Hope Robertson, who has quite enough work to do in other ways, is ex pected to arrange these matters with a stroke of the pen. Sic volo, sic iubeo — get on with the business, says he, because I ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Back to the Bottle Another National Jag—King, Flag, and Anthem—Prostituted by Political Shysters—Poke Bacon James Gives Lesson in Manners. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

Back to the Bottle - Another National Jag— King, Flag, and Anthem— Prostituted by Political Shysters — Poke Bacon James Gives Les son in Manners. Lart Sunday afternoon the Queen's Ha'.l saw 'one of the livliest meet ings in the history of the State. Wliile disapproving of unseemly dis turbance at public meetings, The Mirror considers it only fan- that the public should learn something of the provocation given by the convenors, a chase of the subject entirely sup pressed by the majority of the press.' Is it mentioned, for example, that a person named James, who had a seat on the platform, descended to the uncouth and schoolboy^Uke vul garity of 'poking bacon' at mem bers of the audience? Such gutter snipish behaviour can be regarded as nothing but a proof that this per son is Unworthy of a Knighthood, which His Majesty bestowed upon bin. No well-bred person indulges in the gesture made by placing the thumb against the tip of the nose and spreading the fingers fanwise thenceforth, and...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Man with the "Hoe" More Light on the "Sunday Times" Scandal. "Hawked all over Australia" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

The Man with the 'Hoe' More Light on the 'Sunday Times' tScandal. 'Hawked all over Australia' Speaking in the Legislative Assem bly last Tuesday, Corkscrew Jack 'explained' th6 £5,3000 'Sunday Times' subsidy in this wise: — 'Regarding the transaction over the printing machine which was in the 'Sunday Times' building when the latter was resumed by the Rail way Department and which was re cently resold to the 'Sunday Times' Company for £500 after the company had been paid £5,800 for it by the department, not a single member of the Government knew anything about the re-sale until after it had been completed. The machine was taken over with the building- many years ago, and the dep'airtment had been unable to dispose of it after HAWKING IT ALL OVEE AUSTRALIA. Then some railway official stated that he - had found a buyer for it, and as the space it occupied was badly wanted and the machine was deteriorating in value every year the sale was made by the depart ment without reference to any...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CROCODILE TEARS. Joe Cook Weeps Over Justice Big gins. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

CROCODILE TEARS. Joe Cook Weeps Over Justice H|g s gins. In the House. of Representatives on Thursday last, the Arbitration Bill was further discussed. Mr. Cunningham urged that the report of Mr. Justice Higgins on the Bill should be furnished to the House, and moved that the -clause be postponed until this could .be done. Mr. Ryan supported the motion, on the ground that members shouM have all the information possible. He believed that tie President of the Court bad made suggestions that had been incorporated in the Bill. Mr. Fowler said that the Gov-jm- , ment must be responsible for the Bill, and it would' be most improper* to place this responsibility on the,. President .of the Court. ? Sir Joseph Cook: It is 'dragging him into the arena of party polities. The amendment was rejected on a party vote. ?* Considering that Cook, Hughes, and Co.'s object in this ^connection is to boot Higgins out of the Ar bit ration -Court, Jo ~ Cook£ - mock -concern about 'dragging frim* into party...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
APOSTLES OF IGNORANCE. Pining for the Good Old Days—When the Cheery Challenge—Bond or Free—Greeted the Belated Reveller. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

APOSTLES OF IGNORANCE. Pining for the Good Old Days— When the Cheery Challenge— ! Bond or Free— Greeted the Belated Reveller. Positively the most ? putrescently reactionary speech we have ever heard in Parliament was made by Sir 'Edward Wittenom last Wedes o;ay. commencing witu » u.-*ue against the workers for their laziness — 'disinclination to work,' was the term he used— he got on to the 'pro- duce more' ramp, ana, after a ten minutes* rampage, switched off on to State industries, which he pro posed to sell, lock, stock, and bar rel. Land taxation was next on the list. It was sheer confiscation; he wouldn't have it at any price; but he did think that the Govern ment might well purchase some of his Wends' large estates, bordering on existing railways— paying them the values that the railways had created But Education was reserved as the 'piece-de-resistance of this orgy of Toryism.* »'They were spending too much money on education, and if it' was carried on on right lines they cou...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE TEACHERS' PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

THE TEACHERS' PROBLEM. We note the inclusion of the Rev. G. N. Bods. Lecturer at the Univer sity, on tike Public Service Appeal BoandMfrS one of the Government's representatives. It is a matter in some sense for congratulation, per haps, that the finesse of Judge Northmore should be now inter mingled with the logical views ot nMt. Dods. This, however, is in contrast to the practice of Eastern Australia, where Mr. W. M. Hughes is trying to destroy the influence of a judge of the type of Higgins, that we find in WA; the Golden West, so strong a desire, publicly to rely upon the judicial capacity of Judge Northmore in matters of civil dis pute. vStrange : contrast and dra ?-n4a*ic-ir«ny^ Ja-AnetosUaa- -*ffawsJ However, with a trinity such as Northmore; Dods, and Darcey, the teachers should be able to get soms reasonable public policy 'maintain- ed in their jinanriat grievances and their redress. But we would ufter a note of warning against- anyone supposing that all is, will be, and mu...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

E. A. LUMS and Co., 449 Hay St., Subiaco ' H. H. FOLUNCTON - COACH mid MOTOR^ODY BUILDER and GENEIBAL BLACKSMITH. Corner ADELAIDE and QUEEN « : VICTORIA-STREETS, / FREMANTLE. .WE RECOMMEND CHRIS. PIKE HAIRDRESSER & TOBAC CONIST. - FACE MASSAGE. HIGH-STREET, FREMANTLE.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A LIE NAILED. McCallum Bowls Out Rat Davies. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

A LIE NAILED. McCaUum Bowls Out Rat Davies. Since Midland went rottten and spawned a bogus 'labourite' ' into Parliament, its precious choice has proved the tamest bosses' lickspittle in tVi«» House. ' His favourite stunt is abusing decent trades unionists. Here's a sample: Speaking to the Address-in-Reply, Mr. Davies said: 'I am told that at Wyndham there are sometimes 12 of 15 bullocks on the ground. If the management does not give the men what they, want the carcases, I am told,. can remain* there and rot so far as the men are concerned r Of course, this was a succulent morsel to the Midland muskrat. The Wyndham workers are a noted band of staunch unionists. Anything that this second-rate Judas could say to vilify them, he would say with the keenest relish, rolling the words over in his mouth till bis lips siavfirftd. But Alex McCallum was quick on his track. He wired straightaway to the manager of the Wyndham Works, in the following terms: 'Statements made here that men have kil...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

R. BONE Butcher 181-183 Murrog St. (Opposite Boans). OFFERS THE PRIMEST MEAT AT LOWEST PRICES. OUR CORNED BEEF AND SAUS AGES ADVERTISE US. TBY THEM SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

PHYSICAL eOLTURE Mr. A. G. Saunders {late Major, Royal Engineers, and formerly Lieu tenant-Instructor to' the Physical Training Instructional Staff of the Commonwealth Military Forces), has established a training school at the BOHEMIA HALL, MURRAY STREET. It is intended to specialise in the treatment of children and adults of eitnf.r sex suffering from physical infirmities by curative exercises based on the most modern scientific knowledge. A course of easy train ing will be laid down for middle aged and elderly men, and an up to-date Dano-Swedish equipment is being installed. v It is also intended to establish a physical culture class for young men. Further particulars are advertised.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

»-v*i'£ ? ? ? ytusktn Studios BARDS' ARCADE HIGH-CLASS PHOTOGRAPHIES. Telephone 1898. ONE OF OUE SPECIAL -C* LINES: ? ENLARGEMENT OF SOLDIERS. Patrons are requested, if possible, to make arrange ments for Sitting. Varan Kinds of Plumbing, Gas* Jittmr & Galvanised Iron Work, MARK DUNN «MM Weffington-rtrcet, Perth. Licensed Plumber and Drainer. To the Metropolitan Water Supply, Sewerage, and Drainage Department Dairying Utensils, Baths, Bath Heaters, Tanki, and Windmills Made and Repaired. *? ? ? ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

NEWCASTLE CLUB HOTEL, FREMANTLE. The Ideal Meeting Ground 'Sad Re sidential. TOM RYAN, Proprietor.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

Returned Soldiers1 Cash Prize Distribution NOW OPEN. 50,000 SHARES AT ONE SHILLING EACH. SEND NOW. On the CAULFIELD CUP, Bun on October 16th, 1920, at Caulfidd, Vic. FIRST PB3ZE £500. SECOND £150. THIRD £100. FIRST PRIZE £500. SECOND £150. THIRD £100. Pro Rata. Federal Tax 13 per cent. Otier 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 CONWAY Organiser; J. N. O'NEILL, Manager. Sufficient address, 'DIGGERS,' 35 Barrack-street, Perth.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

ROYAL HOTEL PERTH REVISED PRICE LISt. 'AUGUST, 1920. Australian 'Whisky .. ? 4 0 7 3 Scotch Whisky (Own Bottling) ? 8 6 Blinds (Australian) ? 8 6 1 ?SPECIAL SCOTCH ? ... 9 9 J Extra Special ? - 10 6 I Ho. 10, Dewar% King Geoige, Green .Stripe, D.CX., Jameson ? 10 0 Bed Collar, Gaefic, Thome's, Crawford ? 10 0 Hwneay ♦ Brandy ? 8 3 IB 0 Chat. Tannnda .. ? . ? 6 0 9 6 Peofold's, Milne's, Samson, and Irvine's Brandy ... 6 0 96 Tondnt Freres ? 6 0 9 6 Blue Circle .. .. .. ; ? 8 6 Gm (Old Tom or Dry) ? 6 3 9 6 Gin, Blind's (* Bottle) .. .. .1 ? 4 0 I* Bum .. ? , ? .-. .. \ ? 7 0 9 0 1 Port Wine ? 2 0 3 0 3 6 6 0 6 6 I Emu, Union, Swan, and Bed -Castle Ate, per bottle 0 11 I Emu, Union, Swan, and Bed Castle Ale, per dozen 11 0 Sam, Union, Swan, and Bed Castle Stoat, per bottle 0 11J Emu, Umaa, Swan, and Bed Castle Stout, per dozen 11 6 Packing Extra. W. H. JONES, Proprietor. * SWAN =ALE= Lavgest Sale Never Stale QLOBE HOTEL WELLINGTON-STREET, PEBTH (Opposite Railway Station). F. DAY, : : ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Glorious Weather at Goodwood [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

Glorious WeatHer at Goodwood The Goodwood Club's meeting took place yesterday in fine weather. A good crowd watched the racing, which resulted as follows: — SECOND CLASS PURSE. Of 70 sovs.; second 10, and third, 3 sovs. from stake. 'Seven furlongs . and a half. H. Curedale's Golden Pledge, by Fidelis— Golden Bell, 8.12, Bow den)* ? t Calawa, 8.10 (Howie) ? 2 Cambrian Rose, 8.7 (Mitchell) .. 3'1 Other starters: La Carnamah, 8.12 (Parsons) ; Imshallah, 8.12 (Nor rie); Captain Aleock, 8.12 (Warne minde) ; Carson, 8.10 (Roberts) ; Brigand Chief, 8.10 TReid) ; Moole tar. 8.9 (Manning) ; Little Perks, 82 (Watts) ; Lapse, 8.0 (Norrie) ; Loch Sure, 7.7 (Sherwood); Mac MeryL 7.4 (Whelan) ; Flintess, 7.0 (Haley). Dividends (for 10/-) : S.O., £2/12/-; place, 23/-, 29/-, 21/-. Betting: 7 to 2 agst Mac Meryl, 4 to 1 Golden Pledge, 5 to 1 Cambrian Rose, 7 to 1 Little Perks. Won by two lengths, with a length and a half between second . and third. Time, 1 min. 39 sec. SECOND CLASS PLATE (First (Fir...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

A bit of cute logic: — 'Johhy,' said Mother, 'you have n't washed the back of your neck. You ought to be ashamed of your seii. ^What for? I can't see it.' ' 'Oh, but other people can.' 'They can't unless I turn my back on 'em. And I ain't going to be so rude.' It's the turned back that always shows the dirty neck, 'When rogues fal out .honest men get their own.' comments our religious -editor. So blithe the birds sang in the trees, The trees sang in the wind; I winged me with the morning breeze, And left Care far behind. But now both birds and trees are mute, Tn the hot hush of noon; And I mtsu up and on afoot, ' Or Care will caffch me soon. 'Spring is coming,' said Emma Louise, meditatively. ' 'Yes,' grunted pa, dropping the 'West Australian, 'so are the blow flies.' 'Birdie Bright is absolutely pas sionless, she's the dearest girl -I kriow,' said a prim suburban mat ron to her bald Lotharia husband from over a porcelain tea-cup. 'She is,' assented Lothario sim ply. JSnd Lothario's...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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