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

At the Criterion Hotel, Hay street.— Swan Beer at its best. Reg. Harrison, proprietor. i WHEN OUT EAST CALL AT PLYMPTON HOTEL For Cheerful Refreshment. JIM DURKIN, Proprietor. If in Danger of losing your Sole, go to C. H. COPPEEWATT.g, BOOTMAKER, PACKENHAM STREET, FREMANTLE. HIS MAJESTY'S HOTEL, FREMANTLE.^ ?Residential HoteL Night Porter. NED STACK, Proprietor.

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

Pars — Pungent and Polite A Royal Commission, in dunga rees: Working-men who gave evi dence referred to their best suits of clothes having cost from 13 guineas to 16 guineas each, and one of the Commissioners called attention to the lact that he himself was wearing a suit which cost six guineas. The secretary of the Commission' . said that his suit had cost three guineas. — Extract from evidence before Baric Wage Commission in Hobart. Will these 3 to 6 guinea suit peas tell us where they bouglit these cheap suits of dungarees? Corkscrew Jack apologises for the conditions of the railway finances: 'There are the increased wages which they could not forsee.' Quite so, John. You couHn't. We wouldn't expect an ordinary non-Labour politician to willingly foresee increases in wages, much less a Labour— ^er— rodent. The Milner Commission, which has been enquiring for some months on affairs in Egypt, has issued a re port, in true accord with the 14 poiiit programme. It practically advises th...

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

'OLA' ^LQORPOLISH ? \ ? Mr. Hotel keeper, this is a Line that will interest You i It is put up in tlie cream and paste in one gallon, two gallon, and four J ,/ . gallon tins. ^ Compare price with the line you are using at present. ? v ' ... It will show you a substantial reduction in the cost of polishing your floors » / ? ?? It will give better and more lasting results^ and is more -economical to use on account of the handy size of the tins. ; QUOTATIONS FROM SOLE AGENTS: j PHH COYl F M™* strett' I I rillL VV/IL/b, .. p«iii. .. 1 . _: .;,) ?^???. „.; ' . s-:.;;. ?-? ? J-.. ..? -,'X ;'? ' ?:?;.:; ??;'i|

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

TERMINUS HOTEL, PACKENHAMSTREET, FREMANTLE. Swan Beer. Good Service and Resi dence1. TOM STACK, Proprietor.

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

Death of Norman Ldckyer ' Cables announce the death of Sir Joseph Norman Lockyer. Born at Rugby, in 1836, he was therefore at the advanced age of 84 when the Great Eclipse overtook him. In the scientific world. -Sir Norman Lock yer stood out as the greatest re search worker in Solar Physics in the English-speaking world. For many years prior to his death .he was Director of the Solar Physics Observatory, South Kensington, and in 'The Chemistry of the Sun' (pub lished 1899), the chief results of his labours are recorded. ' It is both interesting and curious, to note that Sir Norman Lockyer's scientific education was almost en tirely self-acquired. Science was not fashionable ,in his young days. Throughout his life the thinker, rather than the erudite professor, the daring' innovator rather than the safe sailor on known oceans, was in evidence. This was strik ingly in evidence in 1890, when the publication of 'The Meteoric Hypo thesis' set the scientific world buz zing with controvers...

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

pFONTAINE'S ?4 ' 1*7T Fremantle's ' Ji^lfev Leading :: Mercers, |j ,V mBSE^ Tailors and Hatters I JBBF 93-95 High Street, ^tHH FREMANTLE '«H» Where the Good Suits are. X- WK&i&at -See our Big Range of ALL-WOOL -# f HBUi AUSTRALIAN TWEEDS and SER ^ Mini GES, which came from the Austra ^ ffni mH ? **an Woollen Mills direct to us. t SB B While fhe shipment lasts we will C. j^H flfl Build-to-Order for £7 10s. a First- j i- 3ml 0 Class Tailored to Measure SUIT. $?'. j^SKfe&Hs. *r't- Style, and Workmanship Guar 63-95 HIGH STREET. Fremantle. I DrinR , ' pHJ Ales and Stout i\ . ? \ ? . . !'? ??..?' - ? ?'' ~ v' ' Seldom Equalled — |\ Never Surpassed. I Ytfo appreciate A Well Dressed - |J ?«. .. Woman. . m- - ? §k -How About - A Well Dressed House? I; you need I I; Good furniture and Reliable p.. ??????.. t': ' ?'*?.? '? ? ' p; , YouCan S^eltMadeat III —THE MANUFACTURERS— iilGHOLS & ETHELL Bp, ? ? || r Essex Street, Fremantle. H^ttob't Fa& to Patronise...

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

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Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE OVERBURDENED HOSPITAL. Scabs on Convalescent Home. Dangerous State of Infectious Branch. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

THE OVERBURDENED HOSPITAL. Scabs on Convalescent Home. Dangerous State of Infectious Branch. In the course of his speech on the Address-in-Reply in the Legislative Council last Tuesday, Dr. Saw said that the Perth Public Hospital was overcrowded and far behind the times. No addition had been made to the accommodation for years, in fact it was one ward short of that existing ten years ago. The accom modation for women, in particular, was very limited. There was al ways a very large waiting list of people who required operations not classed as immediately urgent. Dr. Saw is a man with whom the Mirror is little likely to agree on most points. But in this matter we are of opinion that he has voiced a crying public scandal. The Hos pital authorities are put to all sorts of dodges to make ends meet. Some of the methods adopted are far from creditable. For example, the Con yalescent Home at Cottesloe Beach is made the dumping ground of scores of half-cured cases, and the patient and willin...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Half-hour Excursions The Ideal Human Body. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

Half-Hour Excursions Tee Ideal Human Body. The idea has been conceived in the mind of some sartorial Napoleon that the outrageous cost of clothes might be somewhat reduced by a sort of scientific ready-to-wear scheme. The human frame mav be seen in all sorts of sizes and shapes, it is true. . But take, say 90 per cent., or even more of the population of Australia, and the chances are that some dozen sizes, and a dozen varying shapes in each Jsize, will, within the bounds of sar 'torial requirement, provide for all of them. So that some 100 to 150 scientifically arranged varieties of suit should provide a stock from which 90 per cent, of the populace would be able to select a creditable 'fit,' almost, if not quite' as good as he could get by the process of mea suring and trying on. j Furthermore, a little experience would show the proportions in which the varying shapes and sizes are in demand; so that a vast cen tralised manufactory would be able to turn out standardised suits to me...

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

ADELAIDE STREET, FREMANTLEi You will be Glad that You inspected these Compelling Values. I DON'T MISS THEM— WE DETERMINED TO MAKE OUE GRAND | JL ^^^ ^m^ JC^_ Jkm w£Sl- JStkm JL J^^a *ii^T' - f^* a£3^ J^j JESJl 1 A SUCCESS AND THESE VALUES FORCIBLY DEMONSTRATE | WHY IT IS A SUCCESS. ' .: DON'T MISS THESE VALUES. BE SURE TO SEE THIS ON! I HOSIERY DEPARTMENT. 1 LADIES' BLACK ART SILK HOSE. , ' ' Fine Lisle Top, Seamless. Splendid Quality. Worth 6/11. :,l SPECIAL WEEK-END PRICE, 4/11 Pair. I Ladies' COTTON HOSE, , in black and white, double tops, seamless; Special Week-end Pifcce. 1/6 pair. Ladies' Fine LISLE HOSE, in black and white, seamless, wonderful value. Special Week end Price, 2/6 Pair. Ladies' Black LISLE FIN ISH HOSE, double tops, seam less, good quality; Special Week end Price, 1/11 Pair. Ladies' Black Silk Finished LISLE HOSE, a real superior line, seamless, double tops; Spe cial Week-end Price, 3/11 Pair. Ladies' Fine LISLE HOSE, in grey,, champagne, tan, navy, silver, sued...

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

Groceries J PLEASE READ THIS CARE- '*V'(H FULLY. JH Dried Fruits: Currants, lid. lb.; \ .*? 10/6 dozen. Raisins, lid. 1b; 10/6 ???.'M dozen; Apricots, 1/9 lb.; Peaches, ^J| 1/6 lb.; Apples, 1/3 lb.; Prunes, 1/8 ?:.%£ lb.; Dates, 8id. lb; Lemon Peel, 1/3 rM lb.; Preserved Ginger, 2/6 lb. - 'M Biscuits : Arnott's . Milk Arrow- . 3 root, 7d. pkt.; Sao Crackers, 7d. ;M pkt.; Coffee, Marie, Rice, Soda and ',*-? Thin Capstan, 7d. pkt; Devon -'M Creams, Tango Creams, and Manna- ; j lade Dessert, lOd. pkt.; Household jl Biscuits, lid. lb. ; ? Flour: Best Roller, 501b. bag, 10/3; -: J 1501b. sack, 28/6. Self-raising, 3 Cook's and Good Kind, 51b. bag, * M 1/9; 71b. bag, 2/3. Empire, 51b. bag, J 10/10; 71b. bag ,2/5; 8£d. pkt. Ji Oatmeal: Plain, 5d. lb; Rolled ..SM Oats, 5d. lb; 71b. bag, plaitt. Wit -? Flaked or Avena, 71b. bags, 3/2. Di- ? :- M gestive Meal, 3Jd. lb. Avena, 21b. ? pkt., Is. « .. Jl Condensed Milk: Nestle's, 1/1 tin; |9 Bacchus Marsh or Standard, Is. *3l tin; Ideal, lid. tin;...

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

i JONES England's B^st Machine ..|gjl^^ai^^^^#iBfe^^PL Cabiaefc3 and Drophea. c JfiHB9B^E^Sss^^^^^H Guaranteed for 25 Years. ^^^E^^^^^|^^^39^^^H' Easy Terms. . ?«|tBt|B J. A. Thomson Co.Ltd. JHB^B^^P 209 Marra; strut, Perm, .^^^^^^^^r 54 iff ft strict, f renone.

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

W. Lean FINANCIER. BARBACK-STBEET, PERTH. LOANS TO ANY AMOUNT. J. BALFOUR COMMISSION AGENT, MARKET-STREET, FREMANTLE. I Communicate With Hobart. SALES CONDUCTED at Shortest Notice; by a Live, Cap able Auctioneer, with 20 years', &c- - perience, who knows Values froia^A to it. We also have a HOUSE LAND and ESTATE AGENCY. If you want to Buy or Sell a Property, give us a call. BULL AND CONWAY, AUCTIONEERS, HOUSE, LAND, and ESTATE AGENTS, 38 MARKET-STREET, FREMANTLE. 'Phone. 983. (Late of AJ.F.) ? ? 1 ? -i ? GABBY STACK'S SAVOY CAFE, (Downstairs), - . Nest Metropole Hotel, HAY-STREET. A Princely Meal at a PopulaW Price. ? i STILL THE PREMIER TOBAC CONIST -Wholesale and Retail). J. GLEESON. 657 HAY-STREET, * Ml WILLIAM-STREET. 63 BARRACK-STREET, - PERTH. McCarthy's Hotel BARRACK3TREET, PERTH. mrs. s. e. McCarthy^ : Proprietress. ; . GLANVZLLB7S LEMON HEADACHE. POWDER. The Great Australian Remedy for Instant Belief and Speedy Cure of all Headaches, Neuralgia, Tooth- . ache and Inf...

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The Famished Steer (Unregistered.) London Rep.: Mr. Loveskin flint, Optician, E.C.'s. Local Representative: Scandaladan, Hoe-street, Perth. VOL. 1. AUGUST 21, 1821. No. 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

XCbe jfamiabeb Steec (Unregistered.) London Rep.: Mr. Loveskin flint, Optician, E.C.'s. 'Local Representative: Scandaladan, Hoe-street, Perth. VOL. 1. AUGUST 21, 1921. No. 4. PRESS CUTTBrGS COLUBCTSD BY HARRY O. Wl» baxrt ^Bwcb pkasure in, miro-ductng to our readers clippings frma that ducky little tame catsocial paper, .Subscriptions in advance. This paper has now come under the control of Mr. Petroleum J. Hooker, and that is some control, for Mr. Hooker xs^a man of parts, and he intends to exhibit everyone of them in this paper. The late owner had some credi tors, but it is 'no use them calling on Hooker, the atmosphere of the off.ee won't be healthy for them. Born in this state, he intends to die here, but guesses a lot of other people will die first. He intends to run this paper' on non-political lines, just as he ran a dy grog shop on 'various nonpoli tical lines, at the time he had a poli tical argument with the sheriff, whose grave he now pays to have kept iri order. MR. P. J...

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

BERT FURNEAUX Twenty Years1 Experience in Eng land and the Colonies with the Leading Motor i^jtiHtoJ? AT YOUR SERVICE. BUILDING, BEPAIBS, ACCES SOBIES. (Eight Doors from Pier-street). IMPEM nOTEL WELLINGTON-STREET, PERTEL A UEADING^rTY HOUSE. Close to Station. EVERYTHING BIGHT UP TO J. MO YLAN, ——— - ? NATIONAL HOTEL FREMANTLE. M. MULCAHY, Proprietor. BIESCT GIBSOKT DO WE DO REPAIRS? ., ? ' WE DO!!! AND DONT YOU FORGET IT! CENTRAL ARCADE, PERTH _________ (Opposite Railway Station).

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

DEATH. McLAUGHLIN.—On Aug. 28, at   the residence of Mrs. Eassie, James-street, North Fremantle, Trinity, wife of James McLaugh- lin, of Fremantle, and mother   of Mesdames Brice and Luff, of South Fremantle, and Mrs.   Cassie, of North Fremantle.

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 — 29 August 1920

*fhe Ladies Section lybo'a Wher^ An old Nor'-Wester, Mr. Alfred Royfr, died at Marble Bar early in the week. The accident at Boan Brothers on August 9th, when Mr. Herb'. Nich olas, head foreman, fell down a lift shaft, has turned out fatally. Mr. Nicholas died in the. Public Hospi tal on Tuesday. The annual Home of Peace meet ing/eventuates at the Town Hall, Perth, next Tuesday, at 8-p jn. His Ex. presides. - \_A passenger on the Orontes was* , JjS^ J. Oxenham, secretary to the i\M.G., who is on his way to Mad rid, to attend the International Postal- Congress. Other flitters to the Golden Mile during tne week were Mrs. Bert Rolfe and daughter Flo. Same train carried Mrs. Geo. Roberts, who is returning to the Fields afteV a long holiday in the East. Dr. Mtrryweather is due home from Fogland sometime in October, per Osterley. , Out of harness— C. G- Duffy, Clerk of Senate. A Pinjarra correspondent writes that Mr. Noake, of the Claremont Christ Church School, is holidaying thereabouts,...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
WHAT'S IN THE WIND? McCALLUM SMITH, M.L.A., Leads Pussyfoot Deputation. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

WHAT'S IN THE WIND? McCALLUM SMITH, M.L.A., Leads Pussyfoot Deputation. A rabble of pussyfoot persons, re- presenting the various sections of     the Saloon Smashing Fraternity, waited on the Premier last Friday. The deputation was introduced by Mr. J. McCallum Smith, M.L.A., boss joss of the "Sunday Times." Mr. Smith said that the League represented about 70 churches in the metropolitan area, and about 100 country churches, and it was   supported by over forty of the wo- men's societies in the community.   They had waited upon the Premier to ask him to introduce amend- ments to the Licensing Act of 1911. This Act would come into operation next year, and they were desirous that the people should be able to give the question before them intel- ligent consideration. At present there were 17 varieties of licenses, whereas the Act which would give the people a voice to determine whether licenses should continue or not, referred only to...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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We Impeach!! MEMBER FOR NORTH PERTH. ON CHARGE INVOLVING GREAT PUBLIC SCANDAL A PUTRID AND CORRUPT DEAL UNEARTHED. CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD HAL THE KING! (See Also Page 2—"The Man With the 'Hoe.'") [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

We Impeach ! ! THE MEMBER FOR NORTH PERTH. ON CHARGE INVOLVING GREAT PUBLIC SCANDAL. A PUTRID AND CORRUPT DEAL UNEARTHED. CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD H.M. THE KING!   (See Also Page 2— "The Man With the 'Hoe.' '') Latest facts to hand in the matter of the "Sunday Times" £5,300   graft place the matter in a more scandalous light than ever. On Page 3 we detail, under the caption of "The Man With the     Hoe,'' the position as it stood, to our knowledge, on Friday. Since   then additional evidence has come into our possession.   The files laid on the table of the Legislative Assembly show that     a VERBAL AGREEMENT for the sale of the machine was made in May of this year. Between whom? The file is a blank. On June 4th, a cheque for £600 was sent by the "Sunday Times"   to the Government in payment for the machine. Over a fortnight later the Minister for Railways GAVE HIS APPR...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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FROM THE TRENCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

FROM THE TRENCHES. The following was sent by a man   in the trenches 'Somewhere in France,' when he heard of the War Time Prohibition Campaign: — I suppose we're a lot of heathens, Don't live on the angel plan, But we're sticking it here in the trenches,     And doing the best we can. While preachers over in Sydney, Who rave about Kingdom come, Ain't pleased with our ability, And are wanting to stop our rum. Water, they say, would be better. Water! Great Scott! Out here We're up to our knees in water,   Do they think we're standing in beer? Oh, it sounds all right from a pulpit, When you sit in a cushioned pew, But try four days in the trenches And see how water will do. They haven't the heart to say "Thank you,"   For fighting in their behalf; Perhaps they object to our smok- ing; Perhaps it's a fault to laugh. Some of those coffee-faced blighters I think must be German-bred. It's time they called in a doctor, For it'...

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