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

f EVERYONE \\ ENJOYS ... V[ CASTLEMAINE W . Beer ft. ua ft Stout If

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

Mr. 3. THE OF1ICIAN Means Buckeridge, F.O.O.. F.S.IA.C, D.8.O.A., Freedom of the City of London. THE HIGHEST QUALIFICA TIONS IN THE STATE. By Exam , London. ASK FOB, MS. B in the ROYAL. ARCADE Opposite Town Hall.

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

? -. EVERYONE «N ENJOYS ... 1/ « CASTLEMAINE Beer and Stout

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

BILLIARDS. BERT WEAVER, PRINCESS SALOON, FREMANTLE. Largest and Most Up-to-Date in Town. Twelve Tables.

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

THEATRE ROYAL .BUILDINGS, Opp. SAVOY. EAY-STBEEf, PERTH. Tel. A1S11. Offers 'MIRROR' readers a ' SPECIAL-CAMPHOR at 4d. a Cake - Now Read Our List. Aspirin Powder, 1/6 oz. Aspirin Tablets, 4/- 100. i Almond Oil, 9d. oz. Aloes, 2/6 lb.; 3di and 6d. pkts. ; Ammonia, Liquid, 8oz. 1/-. ? Ammonia, Household, 6d. and 1/* bottle. ; Ammoniated Quinnine, 6d. bot.;- 12/6 pint. ? : Arsenic, 1/3 lb. Bay Rhum, best 4d. oz.; 1/- bot. 'i Behzone Ammonia for cleaning. 9d.- bot. . H Bismuth Carbonate, 2/3 oz. Boric Lint, 6d. and 1/- packet. ' Borax, 1/- lb., Glycerine 3d. oz,'; Honey 3d. oz. Blue Ointment, 3d'., 6., and 1/6. Boracic Acid, 6d. tin{ 2/- 1b. Boracic Ointment, 6d. and 1/6. Brilliantine, j6d., 1/-, 1/8/and If9. ^ Camphorated Chalk, 3d. oz. Carbolic Oil, 6d. and 1/-. Carbolic Acidj pure, 6d. oz.; Disen , feet, 1/- bottle. Cascara Tablets (25), 6d.; (100) 1/3. Castile Soap, pure, 2/9 lb. Chlorodyne, 1/-, 2/6;. 12/6 lb. Cocoa Butter, best, 6d. oz.; 5/6 lb. Calomel, 1/3 oz.; Tablets 1/6 100....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CONTESTS AT OLYMPIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

THE CONTESTS AT OLYMPIA. Most of the pedestrian events at the seventh Olympia, held this month at Antwerp, are finished, and the aquatic contests are being finalised, and as yet Australia has failed to uphold the reputation gain ed by her during the war as a na tion that led in the matter of sport. The sole triumph, if it can be term ed a 'triumph,' is the second place gained by Parker, of N.S.W., in the 3,000 metres walk. It is several months now since the group of Australians sailed away from Sydney Harbour, amid the plaudits of a vast congregation of well-wishers. But the hopes of these people have not been realised. It is sai and unfortunate for Aus tralia that it, a country that has evolved such champions as Darcy, Gregory, Patterson, Felton, and others, should fail so lamentably in the chief international contest since the war. Following are the re sults of the finals up to date: 200 Yards. — Woodring (America), 1; Paddock (America), 2; Edwards (England), 3'; Davidson (New Zea...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Racine Comments Kalgoorlie THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

Racine Comments Kalgoorlie THIRD DAT. (Special from 'Cricklewood,' by wire). The third day of the Goldfields Racing Carnival was held yesterday in glorious weather. A splendid at tendance watched the racing, which opened with the Binti Handicap (1st Division). Golden Sky and Waipi were the only scratchings. The win ner had a handy position through out, and coming with a nice timed run, won with a little in hand. The win was a popular one. Kappa ran well to the turn, and Tyana had every chance. Percival, rider of Kiltartan, and' Bowler, rider of Amiens, had t otoe the carpet for interference. The inquiry was ad journed till Monday. Money was plentiful for many candidates for the second division. At finish quotations were: Miss Flor ette favourite at 9 to 2. Master Super and Green Tea made most of the running, but at half distance Lockfiint, well ridden, came on out side and won easily. Master Su per' had every chance. Frondeur punctured at the turn. Mystical Rose finished well in thi...

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

EASTERN FOOTBALL. VICTORIA. * « j Carlton, ,16-13, beat Collingwood, J 7-15. il Fitzroy, 16-12, beat Melbourne, 6-8. J Richmond, 12-15, beat St. Kilda, I 7-10. . I Geelong, 11-10, beat South Mel- 1 bourne, 8-25. 1

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Football West Perth v. Sabiaco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

Football West Perth v. Subiaco. This match, played on the Leeder ville Oval, was of intense interest, both clubs needing a win to be in the semi-finals. The last time these teams met a tie resulted, and a min ute before time today it looked as though the same result would be re corded, but West Perth scored a point, and won just on the belL A good game was spoiled by a lament able exhibition of umpiring, Kelly seeming to have .more chewing-gum than whistle. West Perth opened the attack, and Tyson got the first goal for the locals. Steele and Bus hell returned, and Subiaco got a point. T. Outridge marked and kicked wide, and Morgans with a flying shot got first goal for the maroons. Beasley marked from the bounc , and sent to Boylan, and Morgan snapped a point. Sexton kicked a goal from a flying shot, then Willoughby and Tyson forced the leather into Sub's territory. Green and Ford saved. Sinclair passed to Braithwaite, who footed a sixer. Wests were passing well, and Moore snapped a...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
GLIMMERINGS OF SENSE IN CHAMBER OF MANUFACTURERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

GLIMMEBINGS OF SENSE. IN CHAMBER OF MANU FACTUBEBS. Mr. J. D. Morrison, retiring presi dent of the Chamber of Manufac turers, made some very temperate and, we might say, hopeful remarks the other day. Speaking before the annual meeting of the Chamber, he said that manufacturers, like other sections of the community, were affected by the prevailing un rest, and this was a question which had to be seriously considered. It was as useless merely to condemn the other side as Bolsheviks, as it was for the workers to class all em ployers as profiteers and sweaters. There were extremists on both sides who believed that there must be a 'fight to a finish' before they could have industrial peace. History, both ancient and modem, showed that war bred war, and he asked what the result would be. No mat ter which side won in a war of this kind it would mean' disaster to all concerned. Candidly speaking, he did ».ot believe for one moment that the measure now being considered by the Federal Govern...

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

Boxing Harry Stone performed the ex pected when he outpointed Barney Tho.npson at Kalgoorlie on Tuesday night betore a meagre audience. Stone must now rest until he can find a suitable opponent, for there is net a boxer in the State at pre sent, excepting Barney, who would care to box 20 rounds with the little dual champion. Australian enthusiasts will remem ber the American middle-weight 'Chuck' Wiggins, who successfully visited these shores some little time agq. ''Chuck' is evidently in good form, inasmuch as on Tuesday, 27th July, he .outpointed the brilliant Jackie Clark, another wellthought of American middle-weight, in alO round contest. Wiggins, it will be recollected, created a favourable im pression whilst in Australia. Ern Waddy,- S.A.'s resident heavy weight champion,- who has been on a tour to New Zealand, is back in Adelaide again, and looks very fit and well. Whilst in Maoruand Waddy stayed the full 20 rounds with Albert Lloyd, but lost the de cision on points. Needles...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Football HOW THE TEAMS STAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

Football HOW 'i-HE TEAMS STAND. Yesterday's matches altered the position, bringing three teams level on top, and the next even, two points behind. P. W. L. D. Pts. East Perth .. 14 8 6 — 32 Perth ? 14 8 6 — 32 E. Fremantle.. 14 8 6 — 32 Subiaco .... 14 7 6 1 30 West Perth .. 14 7 6 1 30 S. Fremantle -.14 3 11 — 12 Next Saturday's matches which will decide who are to play int the semi-finals are: — E. Fremantle v. S. Fremantle. Subidco v. Perth. East Perth v. West Perth. Anything may happen, but if we may anticipate, will prophesy no further change. EAST FREMANTLE BEAT EAST PERTH. The teams took the field at Subi aco Oval yesterday, with a moderate wind blowing across the field. Fre mantle rushed the ball to their goals from the initial bounce, and Ion, marking in front, registered a point. Fletcher and Owen sent the ball back, but Clarke relieved. From a scrummage Sheedy took possession and dropped a neat goal. Truscott staved off another E. Perth attack, but Duffy kicked a point fr...

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

Comments on Goodwood (By 'Cricklewood, Jr.'). A great attendance at Goodwood yesterday. Fifteen started in the Second Class Purse. McMeryl was always favourite, but was never sighted. Calawa led all the way to the distance, when Bowden brought Golden Pledge along, and won nice 1v hv ?tain Ip.no+lis Swibex was the only scratching for the First Division of the Second Class Plate, leaving 12 to face the starter. ' Enniscorthy was pounced upon as the best of good things, but had to play second fiddle to P. eronne with Analysis a close third* - Bow den was also the pilot of tlis win ner. The Second Division was looked upon as a certainty and so she prov ed. Lady Mureena finished very fast into second place with Cantile ver third. Mitchell or any rider should be severely cautioned (if not heavily fined) for such horseman ship. There is too much of the looking around business by our would-be jockeys. . A 20 to 1 chance in San fuse won the First Class Plate by half a length from Saint Humph...

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

Goldfields Racing ? %j ? Kalgoorlie, Saturday. The Kalgoorlie Racing Club's An nual Meeting was brought to a suc cessful conclusion to-day. Following are the results: — BINTI HANDICAP. (First Division)., Of 100 sovs. ; second 15 and third 10 s^vs. from stake. Seven furlongs. Efltartan, 8.3- (Percival) . . 1 Oryich, 8.8 (Bennett) ? 2 Kappa, 8.3 (McKenna) .. ... 3 Other starters: Amiens, 9.0; Queen of Thessaly, Colour Point, 8.7; Mazladdie, 8.6; Tyaha, 8.0; Grenfore, 7.9; Molly Ayrville, 7.8; Savonette, 7.5; Modelo, 6.12; Postal Union, 6.11. Dividends (for 10/-): S.O., £1/16/-: place, 14/-, 29/-, 25/-. Betting: 3 to 1 agst Kiltartan. Won by 14 lengths. Time, 1 min. 33 sec. / BINTI HANDICAP. (Second Division). Of 100 sovs.; second 15 and third 10 sovs. from stake. Seven furlongs. Lockflint, 9.4 (Bennett) .... 1 Master Super, 8.7 (Sibbritt) 2 Mystical Rose, 8.7 (Burrows) 3 Other starters: Camel Gun, 9.7; Great Tea, 8j9; Mazacoma, 8.6; Ayr ton, 8.4; Stewart's Choice, 8.3; Fron deur, 7.11...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST NEWS RE SHUNTERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

LATEST NEWS BE SHUNTERS' STRIKE. On Saturday the railway shelters employed in the East Perth yards ceased work in sympathy withltheir fellow workers in the Perth yards — thereby showing a spirit of brother hood and solidarity, for which we give ? them grea* credit. This is the first section of the railway men to show\thfjbr disap proval of the unholy ^pmpact in which the executive appear to have involved themselves.

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

(No banging of the 'drum' about it! That's the worst of living next door to a. house of that sort. — Ed., Mirror). C-F. YEATES, ^ aMMk.O.«. /) OPTICIAN. 1/ . 3T BARRACK STREET. er*oarrc town h«li. PERTH.

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Williamstown Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

Wiiliamstowi* Melbourne, Saturday. The Williamstown Racing Club held a meeting to-day in fine wea ther, with the following results : — Hurdles.— Two miles. Front Rank (Thompson) .. 1 Prince Mocrake (Harris) .. 2 Trevanyon (Murrell) ? 3 Other starters: Shadow Dancer, Fastaff, Pro Tern, Minister Lass, Adam Lindsay, Coalport. Betting: 5 to 2 agst Trevanyon, 7 t-? 1 Front Rank. Maiden Plate.— Six furlongs. Flavoil (Cairns) .. ? .. 1. Charlzil (Wilson) ? 2 Princess Liguria (Harper) .. 3 Other starters: Southern Cross, Princess Beatrice, Glenfisk, Mount Ora, Crystal Glass, 'Bush Song. Betting 2 to 1 on Flaviol. Won by li lengths. Time, 1 min. 14 sec. Steeplechase.— Two miles. Wee Dook (Murphy) ? 1 Pinpara (Wilson) ? 2 . Glendarriwell (Hence) .... 3 Other starters: Lumut, Hobgob blin, Strangeway, Tenarqui, Cots wold, McCallin. Betting: 25 to 1 agst Wee Dook. Won by a head. Time, 4 min. 23 sec. --s August Handicap. — Eleven furlongs. Alilat (Walker) ? 1 Luteplayer (Harrison) .... 2 Barley P...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Eastern Racing A.R.C. Meeting Adelaide, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

Eastern Racing A.R.C. Meeting Adelaide, Saturday. The A.R.C. National Meeting was brought to a close to-day at Vic toria Park. Following are the results:— Eastwood Hurdles.— About two miles. River Prince, 10.10 ? 1 Hamaco, 102 ? 2 Dead Centre, 11.1 ? 3 Dividend (for £1) : £4/12/ D&raettvitte Stakes. — Four furlongs. Brilliant Queen, 7.11 .. ... .. -1 Pratidue, 7.11 .. ..- ? 2 Champion Chief, 8.8 ? 3 Dividend: £40/18/-. Beaumont TriaL— Seven furlongs. (First Division). Bright Key, 8.5 ? 1 Bactris, 82 ? % Maalech, 7.10 ? 3 Dividend, £4/17/-. ; (Second Division). Miramiche, 82 ? 1 Marblehead, 7.9 ? 3 King Seal, 8.0 ? 3 Dividend. £5/5/-. Grand National Steeplechase.— About three miles. Destructible, 9.4 ? I Soofa, 9.4 , ? 2 Sir Pistol, 10.7. ......... 3 Dividend, £3/13/-. Mitcham Welter.— One mile. Our Artillery, 85 ? 1 Stage Boy, 8.7 ? 2 Pistol Princess, 8.5 ? 3 Dividend, £6/13/-. (Second Division). Mulbrook ? 1 Chamois ? 2 Marco ? 3 ?Dividend, £6/16/-. Mayor's Mile. Melbolt ? ...

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Mimes, Mummers and Melody-Makers [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

Miies, Miners ?MDKMl-MlliCrs ? — \* — Eroni Brothers' Circus, originally sentenced unreservedly to a seven night season, prolonged its stay here on account of the inclement weather experienced during the first week. There have been three matinees up to date, and they, together with the evening performances, were crowded. Ira Bissett's 'Heart That's Free' at the Shaftesbury last week was voted the 'best yet.' A wonder fully sweet voice has Ira . J. C Williamson's 'Bing Boys on Broadway' was played to a packed house last night. At 8 o'clock when the company's orchestra struck up the first notes of an over ture, His Majesty's Theatre was crowded from stalls to gallery. Com posed of a series of brilliant scenes and revelling in music and dance, the revue went with a swing, and loud plaudits greeted each item. The costuming was nothing short of bril liant, while the music contained the very latest creations of the musical comedy world. 'The Bing Boys' should play a healthy six nights. Th...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

WEST AUSTRALIAN KENNEL CLUB.

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