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Under the Lash HIGGS, M.H.R. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

ttTncl^i? /t»i&e Xkst^b HZ66S, KEB. Mr. Higgs has a mind like a, toad in a cess-pooL Mr. Hughes says so. But Mr. Higgs has now gone three quarters of the way to become a Kiitmortpr of Mr. Hushes; we can only imagine that the 'toad' is ap proaching the 'cess-pool.' Higgs, M.H.R., passed some re marks after the last Federal elec tions which reflected seriously upon the conduct of the Labour cam paign- by the central executive for his State (Queensland). Higga might have been right, or he might not; that is not the question. Certain members of the executive attacked considered that Higgs was wrung — so wrong that there was no room for him in the Labour Party. ?*Tb^)got a motion through the ex eciivV'e asking Higgs to 'attend and show cause why he should not be e*n«»tle-L' Mr. Higgs refused to appear, and his case went by default. Now he is complaining, and the bosses' press is giving his complaint wide public ity. Mi. Higgs says: 'Interned Ger mans should, as I myself, on behal...

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

THE HIPPIPPED MEETING. A meeting of pluto loyalists was heid recently in the Loyalist HalL The actor mayor took the chair, and in. the absence of his superior called iui- uuce cneers. The first speaker was the 'onour abxe John, who spake as under: ? iGod Save the King. (Cries of ? .Twister). God Save the Empiah (More cries of ... Twister). God Save Scaddan. One Two Three, Four, Five, - * Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, OUT. The valliant knight, Sir Nutty, wa: more eloquent, here is a verba tim report of his speech. 'Scum!' The Rev. Tom Allen is also reported full}': — The meeting was then taken from the pluto-patriots, and concluded with cheers for Australia. and God Save Ireland 1 ' The Independent , candidate for South Maddington, Mr. Rann Dotti, opened his campaign last night at the Twisted Tail Hotel— his audi ence consisted of tile yardman and two boys, Miss Howlem was in tie chair. The candidate stated he was be* fore them as a candidate, he didn't know what for or what he stood as, ...

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

THE CHILDREN'S CHILBLAIN' COLUMN. (Conducted by Baron Swanston) Dear Children,— Now that the wicked strike of your teachers has ended, and you are back at school, your Uncle Deeming hopes you willde vote yourself to your studies, especially to the boundaries of the the wars and assassinations in his tory, so that you may be ready for ?the next war. You must also try and hate the Germ— no, it's the Rus sians, and the Mesopotamians now isn't it — also you must hate every one with a different religion to yourself. — Yotur affffectionate UNCLE DEEMING. Uncle has some new features for you this week — a competition and a nice children's story. ' Missing Word Competition. {Prize, a stick of Plaistowe's chocolate). ? ? Withdrawing the knife from the body of his enemy. Hector proceed ed to wash his ? hands at the tap. Competitors must fill in the miss ing word with red ink. Only chil dren between the ages of 3 and 8 may enter, and the Baron'sdec ision will be final. As all the -competitors i...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
KALGOORLIE CUP. Last Wednesday's Racing. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

KALGOORLIE CUP. — — *j ? ' Last Wednesday's Racing. The Goldfields Racing Club's an nual meeting was advanced another stage last Wednesday. The atten dance was very satisfactory^ and the weather fine. Following w^re the main results: KARALEE HANDICAP. Of 125 sovs.; second 15, and third 10 sovs. from stake. One mile. Golden Sky, 7.5 (Percival) .... 1 Amiens, 7.0 (Bowler) ? 2 Mingulite, 6.7 (Tillett) ? 3 GOLDFIELDS PLATE. (First Division). Of 125 sovs.; second 15, and third 10 sovs. from stake. Ten furlongs. Bergeo, 7.13 (Carren) ? 1 Devil's Wing, 7.13 (Sibbritt) .. 2 Ventrim, 8.9 (Biglands) ? 3 KALGOORLIE CUP. Of 750 sovs.; second 150, and third 100 sovs. from stake. One mile and a half. Bardus, 6.9 (Morley) ? 1 Springmount, 7.10 (Biglands) .. 2 Azamor, 8.12 (Bax) ? 3 GOLDFIELDS PLATE. (Second Division). Of 125 sovs.; second 15 and third 10 sovs. from stake. Six furlongs. Brearley, 7.13 (Morley} ? 1 Cool Cheek, 7.11 (Biglands) .... 2 Tresflores, 8.10 (McKenna) .... 3 GOLDFIELDS PLATE...

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

THE NEW FIRM. Conducting the Old Business. SCADDAN, ROCKE & CCO. The 'Johnny AlLsorts' of the West, Contractors and Agents. Purveyors of Rat Traos. ;Scab-Labour Bureaux, Armed Pimps in Any Quantity. Pledges of Every Description Broken. Builders of Meat Works, Wood Lines, and Sandalwood Monopolies. .SPECIAL TKZS WEEK:-. ; Pi in ting Machines, cheap to right purchaser. To be sold at less than cost price. Subsidies to . approved applicants. uSpecial- Reductions \o Readers of The Famished Steer. ILLUSTRATED INTERVIEWS With People .Who Count 1-— Mr. Michael O'Dea, the hero of Johnny Veryard's questions, at 'wvk:— 2.— Magallen Sniff afirees to bury the Hatchet with one-time Gonea Mil'ioa Jack! 3.— The Rev. Tom Allen got forty two of these per day and every day during the Conscription Campaign. For Saie, cheap, Military Uniform, with decorations. — Apply Box ON.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Points for Punters and Pugs TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

Points for Punters ond Pnqs (By 'CrieHewood, Jr.') TURF TOPICS. Racing at Canning Park and Boul* der next week. Alice Kenilworth has been sold to Mr. M. Rasheed, the South Austra lian sportsman, who is at present on the Fields. ? u ? Bardus had no difficulty whatever in winning the Kalgorlie Cup. T%e coastal bushrangers have heeh badly beaten on the Goldfields so far. Reported that a well-known mem ber of Kernsary's stable 'kidded' a Murchison punter (on a visit to Perth) to put 'fifty of the brightest' on the gelding for the Hannans Han dicap, at the same time knowing Kernsary would be a non-starter. What a 'decent' lot of sportsmen we have in this State, to be sure. Ozilla fell whilst training last Saturday, and broke his shoulder. He had ^ to be destroyed. 'Nabob' Bennett is again in the limelight, this time in Melbourne. He was arrested on the 'confidence trick' charge. He impersonated the well-known i local bookmaker, Charlie Shoobertf Punters could do worse than to follow Rash...

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

ORIGINAL POETRY. Pinkie, V.D., and Damnation. Some people say 'tis women who ^. bring trouble to our ken, And others state with emphasis, 'tis beer, Whilst some declare, as how a little %. flutter now and then, Xs':the cause why mankind falls upon its ear; But the Famished Steer that wal lows down the Way that's called the inky, FinJs his hell in him who swallows, in the «hop that doles out pinky!

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

DEWARS 'IMPERIAL' WHISKY

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

f. , j. McLaren, Auctioneer, Land, Estate and In surance Agent. Sworn Valuator. Furniture Bought Right Oat to Save Auction. Delays. Address: 6 CANTONMENT-STRMff, FREMANTLE. Telephone, 797.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

I Make fcTo Mistakie! m L 'Geraldi' KWacaroni Company, ?p M ESSEX-ST., FBEMANTLE. KiWe Manufacture High-Class ?Macaroni and Vermicelli, and Bparantee the purity and nutriti Bpfis' qualities of our. goods. UpTKL PREMANTLE ?jtaJPopular House for Residence and MpO Refreshments. ?|, BILLY BOULTER, fe;'. The Cheery. Proprietor. prendon Hotel ?^FITZGERALD and JOHN l| Streets, west perth. If- ^ . ' EMU BEER. ?& ?- ? W$.i . W. BROPHY, Proprietor. If The Federal Hotel ?ff'^' FREMANTLE. K GEO. JOHN, Propriator. |p SWAN BEER ONLY. EQSNELLS HOTEL 1J.; :. GOSNELLS. OFramantle Footballers, where to &fjjiday? Why not GosneQ's? Good Football and Sports Ground. 5; STANLEY D. BELOT, f . (Late AXF.). |Gity Hotel yCORNER SING and MURRAY fc- STREETS. FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION ^: AND LIQUORS. ^Telephone, A4094. ' jS?T ' JACK RODGERS. | A FINE SUBURBAN HOUSE, SOftWOOD | HOTEL Lord Street 0-- Close to Loton Park. | ; SPECIAL PROVISIONFOR |C MOTORISTS. Rv A. E. DOLIN, Proprietor. pel Kalplie...

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

FURNITURE OF ALL DESOBOi TION. aj C. E. MOSELEY, M THE CHEAPEST FURNITURfl STORE IN WA t^l NEXT P.O., FREMANTLB; JH Suites, Bedroom and HlntiM Rooms, dozens of varieties; «M room Ware; Linos— a large Sto9 just arrived ez 'Austral GknS Mantelpieces. ~m CASH OR TERMS. t]B Note the Address- M C. E. MOSELEY, 1 NEXT P.0- FREMANTLE. 9 Country Orders Packed and put -M

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Labour Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

Labour Notes! (By 'Spartacus') Speaking at the Literary Inn tute on Sunday night last. Mr.;''-8 Blakeley, M.H.R^ in reference M music at Labour gatherings, 'sjm that much could be accompusheds this means; for instance the mfl notorious Government of model times had won elections as a real of the singing of /'God Save 'n King.' We opine great things » likely when the people learn to sifl 'The Red Flag.' Eh, what? ,|9 'The pre-selection meeting recejijfl held at East Perth was not with|9 variety of perspective. Candidjfl No. 1 held forth on the justificaijl of the Labour Party, and: gsiVefl fair outline of the position; No9 went one better, speaking of a merits of Job Control in BrewerM No. 3 gave a splendid renderingjfl the famous lament entitled 'Tm First Person Singular.' '? Epstein, of the Moana Cafe, .wefl to Kalgoorlie for a holiday, and '9 first thing he struck was a strifl among the waitresses. Eppy's lofl experience should be of use to £? people of the Golden Mile. 9 ? The lo...

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

1st, Novice Kelpie Class; 1st, W. * A. Bred Class, 1st, All Comers. Also challenge certificate. For further particulars apply Mrs. IDA ANDERSON, Owner, 243 Aber deen-'st., Perth.

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

SHAFTESBURY \ Direction ? PETER BROOKS. * STARRING ENGAGEMENT OF THE GREATEST MIND-READER OF MODERN TIMES, — — — j^^Bk ^ES& ^Ti^^ TE™Z^ ^^^ ? . - - ? ^ AND OF THE MODERN WIZARD. SYLVESTER. PINTO, Marvellous Contortionist, and Fifteen Selected Artists. Prices, 3/-, 2A, 1/-. SPECIAL SUNDAY NIGHT CONCERTS. MELROSE- ? — Direction ? ,. ? ' ? Durham Marcel. T*1L MERTO BROS. IN FAMOUS BRONZES. V ? LESTER BROWN'S MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA. 'WHO'S YOUR HUSBAND?' - j AND STAR PROGRAMME. \ PRICES ? 3s, 2s., Is. SPECIAL SUNDAY NIGHT'S. j ^ ? = Eroni Bros, j J^SXf Huge Old-time ^ (mik circus ?* jt ^llllBP^ MIDLAND JUNCTION. j » Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. TWl |S FBEMANTLE. GRACE DARLING Commencing at Matinee, Saturday, J . at September 4th. **FVFN AS FVF' ~~°~~ '' CVC' AS CVC Direction - - Claude Phillips in \ THEATRE ROYAL Monday to Friday.

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

XI //ttftt IVaIIMT I' ' «i Doubles Now Open on Gddfields Newmarket and Boulder Cup, also I HP W IlllllKIr rrOmanrlO Caulfield and Melbourne Cop*. IlKi If I/UUVLL*, I I \jf IHIIIUL Doubles oat Every Week on Local Second and Third Class Plates. ASK FOB LIST. . Sufficient Address : 'W' DOUBLE, FBSVA 3 ' I- : COMMERCIAL HOTEL FREMANTLE. * The Port's Leading Hotel. ' JOE STRONG, Proprietor. - . . ., Printed lot the Publishers, tti lfirror Newspaper Co; by Bryani, Murray St««t, Perth. WA^

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

TATTERSALL'S Monster CONSULTATIONS WE COMMUNICATE WITH HOBART. CHAS. WATSON & CO., PERTH ABSOLUTELY NO REPRESENTATIVES.

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

The High Cost of Living Can Be Reduced by DOUBSTIC aOONOMY. *? I couldn't get no W.A.M.Oo. Margarine) mom, so I bonght 'ait a. pound of batter 88 s substitute.' Asking Your Grocer for the WAM.Co. Cocoanut Margarine SJE5E2 YOU GET IT. Vlieve is no other joft a- |ood.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sub-Rosa. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

--Sxib-Rosa. 'Smoking at work. — Workers at Messrs. Dick Kerr and -Co., Preston (Eng.), factory have been allowed to smoke for 15 minutes each morn \ns '.ot home months nast. and th:s had such a good- effect on produc tion that the time is to be expended to an hour and a half.' — Daily Mail Merrily every bosom boundeth, Smoke oh, When the strident whistle soundeth Smcke oh! We can work with greater pleasure When our pipes begin to draw; No mo v. pining for our leisure, Though our limbs are still and sore. Never mind the increased profit. Smoke oh! Smoke oh! In the foundry and the shop, Smoke oh! Nothing must production stoo, Smoke oh! Stimulate the pulse with Venus, Light up pipe and nimble fag; Discontent can't come between us, Never let production lag. Take no notice of increased profit. Smoke oh! Smoke oh! A well known worker on the wharf at Fremantle named Hogan was so disgust«rd with the amount of pay that he drew on a recent Friday that he went straight away and spent it in be...

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

.FOR GOOD BREAD. C. M. BEGAN, BASER, EAST FREMANTLE. ? %' ' Union Hotel H. 7. SCHSTTTH - - Proprietor Bottle Department. Price Luist: WHISKY— King George ? 10/- Brinds Aust ? 8/3 Martin's Highland .. ..9/6 Dewar ? 10/- WaJker's Extra Special .12/3 Walker's Red Collar .. ..10/ Walker's Red Collar, Pis. 5/6 Black and White ? 10/- No. Ifl ? 10/- Dnffs ? 10/- Gaeiic .. ? 10A Jameson *** ? 10/- Joon Beggs ? .. 10/ Crawford's ? 10/- Green Stripe ? 10/ MitchelTs, Qts ? .. 14/3 Mitchell's, Pts ? 7/3 Bnrke's, Qts. ? 14/3 Brake's, Pts ? 7/3 BRANDY— Henness? *, Pts. ? 8/- Hennessy *, Large ? 14/6 Hennessy ***, Pts ? 9/6 AJ3.C. ? 9/6 Chateau Tanunda, Pts. .. 4/9 Chateau Tanunda, Large . . 9/3 Penfold'8 Pts ? 4/9 Penf old's, Large ? 9/S Irvine, Pts ? 4/9 Irvine, Large .. ? Sf3 Milne's ? 9/3 Seppelts ? 9/3 GIN— Blind's ? 7/3 Rolfs ? 8/9 Gilbey's, Pts ? 6/6 Gilbey's, Large ? 10/- Gflbey's, Old Tom ? 10/- SCHNAPPS— Wolfs, Pts. ? 6/9 Wolfs,Large ? 12/3 BUM— Bulk ? 7/ Kadow's ? .. 8/6 Navy ? 10/- POE...

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

FASHION. Light and pretty are the raffia covered hats, and quite the latest wear. The two colours are used for the brim and upper part of crown band, forming a block pattern. Tne upper half of brim, the crown, and lower part ot crownband are oi either blue or com colour. The flow ers encircling crown can be fashion ed from raffia, or from silk, or just a plait arranged with the two colours would look well as a band to base ? of crown. Raffia hat-making is most fascinating work, and just the newest thing worn. The sash or waist finish is allim portant, and ribbon of all widths is brought into use, tied in full bows, hip, or sometimes ion the one side \ only Braiding js to be the leading trim ming this season, while silk braid of all widths is employed as bands for both dress and coat trimmings. '? Serge and gabadine are the ma terials now in demand, serge being smart allied to satin, while gaba dine makes very smart long slip on coats. Foulard is yet used, and is a fav oured trimming...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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