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THE HANNANS HANDICAP. "Mirror's" Criticism Endorsed. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

THE HANNANS HANDICAP. "Mirror's" Criticism Endorsed. The following clipping is from last Monday's "West": — 'Those who indulge in antipost betting have been heavily hit late- ly, and they will not forget in a hur- ry this year's Hannans Handiest). The withdrawal of the much boom- ed Nystad upset many calculations. Then it was whispered that Obser- vation, who was favourite, would not start. His stable mate Osseo was solidly backed (one -punter is reputed to have supported him to   win a very large amount). Osseo then became favourite, and Obser- vation drifted out of the market. The stable that shelters Osseo and Observation also had Quarale en- gaged in Hannans. Like Observa- tion, he was withdrawn on the day of the race. Kernsary was left in until the day before the race, and only seven horses started. Evident- ly some people who are engaged in the racing business have no consi- deration whatever for the public."   We referred to the Hannans swin- dle in ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
"WESTRALIAN WORKER" Has a Lot to Say About £5,300 Graft. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

"WESTRALIAN WORKER" Has a Lot to Say About £5,300 Graft. For our readers' information we reprint the "Westralian Worker's" caustic comments on the £5,300 gift to the 'Sunday Times': —

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

The Guillotine. To a Fremantle Bloke: Next time you try to tell us about an Austra- lian returning from some foreign country to his native land, don't, at your peril, use the anti-Australian expression "coming out 'ere." Please understand that " 'ere" isn't out; it's well in. The hub of the universe, in fact. We put your screed under the guillotine this time. Next of- fence under you go yourself, with out thrift or mercy. A peanut— T. G. A. Molloy.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Shunters' Strike Drastic Action—Union Executive, Departmental Bosses, and Scab-Loving Government—Unite to Smash Strike in Perth Yards. "Mirror" Asks Questions. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

Shunters' Strike Drastic Action— Union Executive, Departmental Bosses, and Scab-   Loving Government—Unite   to Smash Strike in Perth   Yards.     "Mirror" Asks Questions. : An absolutely unprecedented ac-   tion, so far as the Labour movement is concerned, has been taken by the   Railways Union Executive in the   matter of the Shunters' Strike.   These men struck against intoler-   able conditions; perhaps they   should not have struck without the   union's consent. In doing so they   committed, as the Executive says, a   grave breach of union discipline.   But admitting all this, was the exe-   cutive justified in entering into col-   lusion with the Government to ex- pel the men from the union simul-   taneously with the Government's or- &nbs...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CYCLING. 10-Mile State Championship. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

CYCLING. 10-Mile State Chamnionship. W. Anderson, winning by quarter of a wheel from L. K. Smith (time   30 min. dead) with A Lewis, 4 sec,   later, proved best of 20 starters for     the 10-mile race at Victoria Park '1 yesterday.  

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Sunday Mirror PERTH, SUNDAY, AUGUST 29th., 1920 Medical Research and Tropical Settlement [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

The Sunday Mirror PERTH. SUNDAY, AUGUST 29th., 1920         Medical Research and Tropical Settlement The eleventh Australian Medical Congress, which is at present sit- ting in Brisbane, is largely, if not chiefly, concerned with the health problems of Tropical Australia. It would seem that our medical men are, in this regard, far in advance of our politicians. The latter talk endlessly about "filling the empty North," but beyond a few spas- modic and disjointed attempts at setting up civil service establish- ments in the Northern Territory (which are successful in but one re- gard—the expending of public money), nothing tangible is forthcom- ing. Australian Tropics are remarkably free from the ordinary Tropical diseases. Plague is only known as a rare visitant ; cholera almost un- known; while fevers of the malarial order, although prevalent, are much milder in their effect than in most Tropical countries. At the same time this rel...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
HEW SONG OF THE SHIRT. Hood Up-to-Date. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 29 August 1920

NEW SONG OF THE SHIRT. Hood Up-to-Date. It is seasonable at this juncture, when the Clothing Trades Union is approaching the Arbitration Court for an increase in the basic wage, to make public some of the truths that have too long been hidden away behind the four walls of evil-smel- ling factories.     Australia has for so long boasted   of her advanced industrial condi- tions that people really began to think that this country was a veri- table workers' paradise. But strikes and evidence in the courts have shown that, far from being ad- vanced, the conditions existing in the clothing factories in Perth are disgraceful and scandalous. The girls who are to rear the fu- ture generations, on whose strength, vitality, and health of body and mind the population of this big con- tinent depends, are treated like so many machines whose sole function is the turning out of goods, and the creating of dividends. It would not be fair to single out any parti...

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   Furniture TRY Newman's     AT SUBIACO. PRICES LOWER THAN CITY. Call and Inspect Before Purchasing Elsewhere. Take Tram to Subiaco Post Office.

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

fremaniJe Fragments ? u ? The signal .station mast at Ar thur's Head presents a fine spectacle these days, well decorated with 'balls' and flags. Symbols of plen ty at shipping coming in, and of a chance for 'wharfies' (and, inciden tally, for the Port business men), to snake up leeway. Some men of the wharf still seem to get the lion's share of what work is going — naturally they want to do the best they can for themselves and ?families, but it's hard on' the left overs. The good old Naval Comforts League were well -to hand with fruit and comforts for the naval boys on board the passing ss. Orontes. There were 137 of th€m (including Eng lish Imperial men going to English waters for further training. In charge of the naval rating on board ss. Orontes was J. Hannon, mate R.A.N. Mr. Hannon is going to England for further training. He is an Australian and has passed everything in sight so far. With a few more stripes he won't take 'long before he will be back as an Austra lian captain....

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 September 1920

pPONTAlNE'S £? ImP* , Fremantle's I yilk Leading :: Mercers, I jHaGL Tailors and Hatters IJBBF 93-9? High Street, IppKQBn FREMANTLE p ^jHBf Where the Good Suits are. H- --^ «Bf@l See our Big Range of ALL-WOOL I -' fSttlil AUSTRALIAN TWEEDS and SER P*'* * ™B:W GES, which came from the Austra lia ' ?'wB-m lian WooUen Mills direct to us. Er '''?-?' Cfflf ?H While the shipment lasts we will H' JIB TO Build-to-Order for £7 10s. a First- - If 91 B C^ass Tailored to Measure ' SUIT. fe-r ? ..j^fflBLJKs^ ^*- Style, and Workmanship Guar le3-95 HIGH STREET, Fremantle. I Dripk Bill Ales and Stout PSeldom Equalled— I ? ' ? i ? I Never Surpassed. gk, , ? , ' / ? ? ? ___ ? _ IfJn ion Hotel W H.T. SCHatJTH - - Proprietor w ' . ? r - ??' ' I Bottle Department. El Price ]L.ist: |jJHISEY iipBff George .. .. .. .. 10/ Ipimds Auist ? 8/3 ^brtjn'8 Highland .. .. 9/6 Saharax ~J .. .. .. .. .. 10/ mfWxr'a Extra Special .. 12/3 ISWalker's Bed Collar .... 10/ WMSkei'a Bed Collar, Pts. 6/6 pOack and White ? 1...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Sub-Rosa [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 September 1920

Sub-Rosa Oh! those wowsers! When Mr. Rocke, M.L.A., heard the result .of the South Fremantle Selection Bal lot, he immediately lost his block and on the following day rushed to the office of the 'West Australian,' and made certain charges against the returning officer, charging him with conducting the ballot in an ir regular manner. Oh, Sammy, I'm so sorry that you . eot the blooming knock, When the Labour crowd politely turned you down; No doubt you thought you had the ballot in your fancy sock, Your political career to fitly crown. Of course you got the needle, as all i good wowsers do, When you found you were rejected for another; But you should have checked your feelings and not blubbered like a kid, ' - And tried your chagrin and disgust to smother.' *No doubt you've been a moral man and tried to do your btest, And platitudes you've gabbled by the mile; YouWe always been in evidence at Dun feasts and the rest, With your folded hands 'and very unctuous smile. At church you've be...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Fairer Deal Wanted [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 September 1920

Fairer Deal Wanted Mr. Editor, — In your columns I noticed you referred to the wharves and the struggle some had to get a living, while others do all right/ Speaking to a lumper a fortnight back, I learned that he had earned only 17/6 for five weeks, and had five children, and expected his wife to be laid up any day. Another told me he had earned onlv 10/- for a month, to say nothing of some cases we hear nothing of. Pride has a lot to do with the cases we do not hear about, and, of course, the meri hang on hopeing for o good week with plenty of shipping, which never comes for some of the most needy owing to the unequal system and the class of shifts worked on the whar ves. /It is my opinion, and a. host of otners, that it is time we had a change, and try and give a more equal share of the work to our com rades, or cease to call ourselves uni onists. The Fremantle Lumpers took a ballot lately on whether they were in favour of One Big Unioi. 900 odd out of 1,100 voted for the scheme....

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 September 1920

KTERIALIOm WELLINGTON-STREET, PERTH. ' A LEADING CITY HOUSE. V' Close to Station. JBVEBYTHING EIGHT UP TO .. \ ? . DATE. ../? v J.MOYLAW. AUCTION SALES AT SHORTEST NOTICE. Conducted in any part of the State, or will Buy Furniture Outright to Avoid Auction. Money to Lend on all classes of Security from £5 to £1,000. War Bonds Bought. yt. E. MOSELET, AUCTIONEER, HOUSE, LAND and COMMISSION AGENT. NEXT P.O., JCREMANTLE. TeL 937. ]BES3NT GIBSON DO WE DO REPAIRS? WE DO!!! AND DON'T YOU FORGET XT! CENTRAL ARCADE, PERTH (Opposite Railway Station). TATTERSAit'S Monster CONSULTATIONS WE COMMUNICATE WITH HOBART. CHAS. WATSON & CO., PERTH ABSOLUTELY NO REPRESENTATIVES. At the Criterion Hotel, Hay street.---Swan Beer at its best. Reg Harrison, proprietor. FOR GOOD BREAD.' CM. REGAN, v BAKER, EAST FREMANTLE. WHEN OUT EAST ~ CALL AT PLYMPTON, HOTEL For Cheerful Refreshment. JIM DURKIN, Proprietor. If in Danger of losing your Sole, go to C. H. COPPEEWAITE, BOOTMAKER, PACKENHAM STREET, FREMA...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 September 1920

FISHER BEARS £1 ADELAIDE STREET, FREMANTLE SPRING j SHOW Now On Now On We extend a cordial' invitation to the Ladies of Perth and Fremantle to call and view the par ticularly large and fascinating assemblage of New Season's Goods we now show. Every depart ment is overflowing with goods of of fine quality moderately priced. ' MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. We hav% ever been famed for our Millinery, and justly so* because search where you will you'll not find offerings that compare with the delightfully modish creations you find here. Our Spring showing bids fair to excel all previous efforts. The new styles are simply charming and sure to find firm favour with ladies of every taste. , INSPECT THE BIG DISPLAY IN OUR MILLINERY SHOWROOM. . DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. j The outstanding features of the gorgeous showing in this department are the fascinating fresh ness and beauty of the VOILES. In fact, these features are noticeable in all the other varieties of Dress Goods here to be seen. You yjill b...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
"Back to the Bottle" A Correspondent's Views. To the Editor "Sunday Mirror." [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 September 1920

'Back to the Bottle' A Correspondent's Views. To the Editor 'Sunday Mirror.' . Sir, — I read with interest your kr ticle, 'Back to the Bottle,' a com ment on the 'ranters'' loyal meet ing that was held in the Queen's Hall on Sunday afternoon, August 22. I aeree with vou that loyalists of this description only degrade the 'National Anthem,' and drag it into the gutter. They are not the kind of men that teach us to hon our and respect the British flag and the British Empire. Did any of them go to the war and face the enemy's shot and shell to save the British Empire? No; they are the loyalists that remained at home and filled their pockets through the blood and sufferings of the men that they helped sool to the war— some of whom will never return. Some that have returned, either crippled for life or broken in ' health and spirit, and have little or no interest left in life, are now. re- warded with paper 'bonds.' Let these champion loyalists em pty out their pockets and help re patria...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Labour Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 September 1920

Labour Notes (By 'Spartacus.') The War Service Homes Commis sioner is finding the Trade Union movement not taking too kindly to the present methods of administra tion, a spring cleaning is due parti cularly in the higher departments of the salaried staff. The recent trouble on the Inglewood section was undoubtedly caused by these incompetents. Butter going up in price, the Vic torian housewives true to working class tradition say they will do with out butter altogether. This is a plan riot likely to hurt the butter shark. In fact, it is just into his hands. If you institute the boy cott, dear sister, the aforesaid shark can export your share and obtain a much bigger price. The insurance agents are still on strike — now entering the ninth week of the struggle. These fellows,' have put up a very creditable show of working-class solidarity, and very little help has been forthcom ing from organised labour, particu larly the bigger unions, who have fairly substantial bank balances. Last ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Fremantle fragments [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 September 1920

fremantle fragments Is the Fremantle tramway service a joke or what? Bad lines, bad service, and invisible destination boards! Why, in the name of com mon sense don't they carry the name of the place they .are going to on -the side of the cars where they can be seen, as well as the front, or. mure iu vuc pimn, wxty uw w-* c*».*»j with the board and its manager, and hand the administration over to a committee of the men? It would be better for the public. When an alleged 'Labour' man ventilates an alleged grievance through the columns of the kept press, it is time to examine^'~him closely. When the 'Sunday Times,' the worst journalistic harlot in Aus tralia, speaks well of him, he's be yond recall. Take the case of Rocke — but then a lot of people say Rocke never was. Is that colossal ass Paton, of the Wheat Scheme, trying to brew' trou ble by employing non-union tally clerks? Someone ought to be de tailed to look after Paton, as he'd be better in a home himself. — o— There will soon...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Midland Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 September 1920

Midland Notes Tom Allen's understudy sports a coat a la McGijffie. The workshop blokes who backed Observation for the Kalgoorlie Cup are now observing they- have done in their dough. Seen taking the sun on Burrows balcony — Robin Red Breast. E.R., of the pictures, is reported to have a new attraction. What do you know about that, RubeJ Seen on the 5.15 from Perth the other day, a dark young lady in red and black, perched on a fair haired young man's knee in a crowd ed smoking compartment. Now then Willie! Bob Molyneaux delights in sing ing 'How yer gonna keep 'em.' Bill Parr baritones 'We'ree here because we're here,' while Bill Ky naston soulfully warbles 'Sally in Our Alley.' P.C. McGuffie is the proud posses sor of a dog called 'Toddles.' ?, Mac ?ikons it's a pointer, and Mark Pane agrees with him. Mark says it points to its belly when its hun gry. Jacky Somerton has grown a ziff. .One of the most remarkable fea tures of Billy Gould's anatomy is the difficulty experienced in find...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Shunter's Strike Sequel. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 September 1920

Shunter's Strike Sequel We had occasion last week to comment in the .strongest terms upon the unprecedented attitude taken up by the executive of the Railway Union towards the striking ctinntpre at W«»st Perth. We are now glad to chronicle a very sudden return to sanity on the part of the union; the expulsion order has been recalled, and with it the Commis sioner's orders of the sack, and the trouble is now well on the way to amicable settlement. We compli ment the executive pn repairing its most egregious blunder without de lay—in fact, it is highly probable that, had it not done so, a general railway strike would have been pre cipifeted during the week. We trust that many a long day will pass e'er we are again obliged to express ourselves in such strong terms re garding the actions of an industrial union.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Tweaks and Squeaks [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 September 1920

Tweaks aiid tSqueaKs 'Militarism has created a dragon whose fangs will never properly be drawn,' announces a writer in a Syd ney paper. This charge against Billy Hughes' dentist is, we think, quite uncalled for. The yarn is flitting around 'Perth that R. R. Pilkington on returning from a late session the other night discovered two burglars at work in his library The intruders, with great presence of mind promptly re tained him for their defence. We are glad to learn that the two members of the Celtic Club who in advertently took away their own umbrellas last week, have now agreed to change same so that Hie reputation of the club will not suf fer. A man arrested in Melbourne on Saturday told the police he was Sydney Carton, the hero, of 'Tale of Two Cities.' He is supposed to be an imposter. A market gardener at Waneroo is said to be the double ^f George Pearce. Since the announcement was made the poor fellow has been inundated with messages of sym pathy. We understand Mr. Lyon Wiese...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
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