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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

ALBERT HOI, LTD., MM «M MUSK STMfS. 180 Niini street. (Near Boans) OtJK ONLT ADORB8S. Sapply ALL BOOK§ and MUSIC advertised elsewhere at lowest price*. Books and Music procured from euy part of the Earth — and in any language. ^ ?r ? — ^ ALL MAGAZINES,: PAPERS, MtTSIC, Etc. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Catalogues .Free ? Bui you mast ' address all Letters, etc., to Albert & Son, Ltd., i80 Hurray Street, Box 57 G.P.O., Perth^^ This ensures safe delivery and profl|^ attention by oar Mr. Albert himself. MIDLAND JUNCTION. The Commercial Hotel OPPOSITE THE STATION. Residential, Up-tq-Date, and Comfort able. Swan Beer. H. S. JONES, Proprietor. The Cheapest House for Furniture Is R. L. Newman's at Subiaeo EVERYTHING REQUIRED IN A HOME IS PURCHASED DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS. WHERE POSSIBLE, WHETHER LOCAL OR ABROAD. Centrally Situated tor Metropolitan Area, and SAVING the yery costly City Expenses. WE ARE PREPARED TO SUPPLY A SINGLE ARTICLE OR COM- . — PLETE HOME AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICK...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Boston Tea Party. "THE GLORIOUS FOURTH." [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

The Boston Tea Party* 'THE GLORIOUS FOURTH.' 'All men are born free and equal in the sight of God!' A century and a half since these words were poured fourth for the first time in,to the thirsting ears of man. kind. The Declaration of Independence stands unique in human history as the sublimest attempt ever made by man ? to formulate a statute of human right and liberty whereon to found a nation. True, the nation that made that de'^ deration has failed in many respects to live up to its high ideal. But what man, what nation, has not fallen short of the ideal? Despite the horrible blot of negro slavery, despite the no torious corruption of American politics, we are compelled to admit that in many outstanding 'vaspects the Ameri- - can people stand in the front rank of civilised and civilising nations. Although certain past incidents 'In''1^ the history of U.S.A. may call forth our disapproval, We still feel assured that those very incidents are the sub ject of an even sterner condemn...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL. AUSTRALIAN NAVY v. W.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL. AUSTRALIAN NAVY v. W.A. A large crowd turned up at Perth ; Oval on Thursday last to witness the match arranged between a team picked from the sailors on the visiting war- i ships, and representatives of a number ? of Western Australian teams. The naval team never had a look in all through the play, which ended ut- _, with W.A. 7 goals to the visitors iuTT *'''?

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

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Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

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 Se curity from £5 to £1,000. War Bonds Bought. 0. E. MOSELEY, AUCTIONEER, HOUSE, LAND and COMMISSION AGENT. NEXT P.O., FRBMANTLE. Tel., 937. W. Lean FINANCIER National Chambers, Brack Stteet - - Perth. I«o»i&» to A.nar Amount. J. BALFOUR COMMISSION AGENT, MARKET-STREET, FREMANTLE. I COMMUNICATE WITH HOB ART. SALES CONDUCTED ? at Shortest Notice, by a Live, Cap afcle Auctioneer, with 20 years' experi ence, who knows Values from A to Z. 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 TPhone. 983. (Late of A.I.F.) The Prinoe'B Viiit ? Don't fail to Patronise the American Bar at the Try oar Royal Fizz! The Original American Bar. Established 10 Tears. Under Management of J. Lane. Proprietor...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

wk-eoomm«np CHRIS. PIKE Hairdresser & Tobacconist man ST. - - toemaotle iiiiHirtteiWBiflroi T=OY & GIBSON'S Winter Fair THE SUPREME SHOPPING EVENT OF THE SEASON Commencing Friday next, July 9th; Doors open 8.30 a m. sharp. Country Oulormn wfflTecerre^Tery BrWAi-riiiiUe^offereA At out Winter Fair. #} .. . . Our Empprfaam wfll b- Gkucd all 6*y Ttwnfay Pttputogim Ibt E*fr. *f. FOY & a«BSON Pty. Ltd., 'SSSSi.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Aviation versus Mosquitoes. GOVERNMENT FAVOURS LATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

Aviation versus Mosquitoes. GOVERNMENT FAVOURS LATTKB Major Brearley wants to convert the unused ground at the back of Govern* ment House into a landing-place for his aeroplane. The site is an admirable one for the purpose, and the only uses it serves at the present time, or is likely to serve this century, is the greeding of mos quitoes and the — but there, you'll just have to ask a pleceman if you want to know the other use; suffice to say that Hie frail flapper plays the leading role. But the Government, who control this deserted sand patch, won't look at the proposition. Either their lovefol mosquitoes or their tender considera tion for the — er — aforementioned frail ties stands in their way. Anyhow, they won't let Brearley use the place Australia lagged about 10 years be hind the world in the matter of wire less telegraphy. If aviation is left to the Weary Willy Governments, it will never arrive. Major Brearley has put his money into flying, and is prepared to spend more, and ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
B'S, World Be's and Have Beens Also Never Wassers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

B'S. WHMB€»« til live BMBS | Alst Never wissers. : -&: The question is which suite the Re- W pertory B'b the less— Pinero or Wilde? 3t Perhaps Wilde I f?; Ira Bissett and Peter Brooks, two |p B's in operatic duets— still an artistic &-? treat. , *1 Nothing in vain about an evening at # 'Vogues and Vanities.' Directly the -% orchestra starts you can tell from the * determined snap of Myrtle Skewes' j§ head that they mean business. jp. -- We'd like to hear Myrtle in a piano* %'? forte solo. Might give the drum a rest %: to make room for it. ^ We like Dorothy Hastings' voice bet- If1 ter than her make-up. ^ Fred Monument going big at Melrose. r^ Some voice, Fred. .^.i The ladies in 'Vogues and Vanities' 5C are getting quite used to Garry's en- ^r larging forehead in front, but the girl M with him looks different every night. '$'? There is nothing 'wooden' about the %r Queen's Hall show— even the soprano j*4 and basso play their songs, act them, J£' make them live things...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Yesterday's "Review" A SIGNIFICANT SPECTACLE. That Won't be Relished—by the Brass Hats. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

Yesterday's 'Review' A SXGNOTOANT 8PX0TA0UE. That'Won't be Relished— by the Brass A g^^t crowd gathered in the Ter race* yesterday afternoon ,fp watch the Naval and Military' procession in con nection^wiih the review and matyh past in 'Bonotir. of tiie Prince, of Wales. . ^T^, saluting .base, near St. George's Cathedral^ was marked by. an enorn-6us Royal Standard— the biggest we have ever seen. H.RJH. wore the uniform of the Welsh Guards} we presume as a compliment to W. M. Hughes. The public certainly saw more for their trouble than they did on Thurs day. Not a few were somewhat dis appointed in Thursday's Royal proces sion,- they evidently expected some sort of pageantry like the Eight Hours Pro cession, but only saw a dozen or so motor cars containing a Prince and a number of uninteresting, politicians and pooh-bahs. Yesterday they feasted . their eyes to. their fill upon naked bay onets, fluttering pennants, flaring uni forms, and flashing decorations. Without a doubt the finest...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
People About and About People [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 4 July 1920

People About and About People Charlie Watson makes another trip to the Old Dart.       "Sunflower," erstwhile of the local constabulary, came to town to see the Prince. "Hush a bye, baby," is now the fav- ourite lullaby of Jack Rodgers, of Ye Old City Hotel.     Meat King J. D. Sketchley back, benefitted by his sea trip to the Har- bour City. Reckons Westralian calves will beat the Eastern ones any day.     The dainty lady organiser of the Hotels and Restaurants must not get so excited at the Literary Institute on Sunday nights. Was she inspired by admiration or distaste of Moses?     Publicans Herb Merton (Queen's) and W. Thompson (Great Boulder) are probably the two biggest men in Perth. It is doubtful if Drewey Dyson could now give either "any on" in the matter of avoirdupois. Dwewey has lighten- ed off considerably since his Tatter- sall's win.   &...

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 — 11 July 1920

Pars — Pungent and Polite -z— ? n ? Why is there a shortage of bran in the State? The millers Tare mill ing plenty of flour, as is evidenced by the quantity fhat is being ex ported, and in consequence -they must be making bran, yet bfan is unobtainable. It is said that many mills are concealing large stocks waiting for higher prices, and mean time poultry fanners are being forc ' ed to sell out and the Government and its precious Price Fixing Com mission do nothing. * * m Dunno where they are ! T'other day a syndicate of returned soldiers asked permission of the Commission of Police to establish a new taxi rank. Said Commissioner referred them to the City Council, but that archaic body referred them back again to the Police. Sort of ping pong arrangement. Reminds us of the fate of the poor wretch, who, having died in the conventional way, applied for admission to the realms abdve. St. Peter, however, referred him to Lucifer, but Lucifer, not caring to overtax his accom modation by a...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THURSDAY'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 11 July 1920

THURSDAYS MEETING. If either the public or the Govern ment had the slightest lingering no tion that ithe Civil Servants were 'blufiing,' that doubt musf certain ly have been dispelled by the en thusiasm and unanimity of the thousand and odd hundreds that crammed into the Hibernian Hall, not to speak of the many hundreds that could not force an entrance, last Thursday night. Starve-Crow Jim, apparently con vinced an hour or two previously, that the public-spiritedness which hitherto haa kept the service un der admirable self-restraint, was not another name for cowardice, show ed plainly the clay — or, shall we 6ay, mud— of which his feet are made. Instead of honourably ac ceding to an honourable demand, or definitely refusing in a manly, if ut terly mistaken fashion, he went on his belly and whined for another 36 hours' grace. The meeting even tually agreed to this— not without some doubts being expressed as to whether Starve-Crow and his gang might not set them down as a pack of wea...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE SERVICE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 11 July 1920

THE SERVICE CASE. The Mirror does not propose to enter into a detailed and judicial discussion- of the case put up by the Civil Servants. What the public want — and what the Service want of the public — is an understanding of the intolerable situation under the existing salary scale. Nothing can make that more clear than a few actual examples: Example 1: A returned soldier. Age, 21£ years. Wife, one child. Salary^ £132. £10 bonus. Example 2: .Returned soldier. Father dead. 'Age, over 21. Sal ary under £150. Sole suport of his mother. Example 3: Country 'teacher.* Age 45 years. Wife, five children. Sal ary, £150 per annum. Example 4: Fruit Inspector. Eleven children. Salary, £204. Example 5: Public servant of 29 years' service. Four children. Classified at rate equal to £3 10s. per week— less than the women pol ice (£255 10s. per annum). The salaries of teachers are per haps the gravest scandal of all. No less than 818, or 55 per cent, of the service, receive less than £160 a year; 4...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Starve Crow Jimmy A Draggle-Tailed Government And Its Exasperated Servants [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 11 July 1920

Starve Crow Jimmy A Draggle-Tailed Government And Its Exasperated Servants Did. ever Government stink so loudly as the present crew of con ceited incompetents that obey the voice — or, more probably, the snores, of James Mitchell? Shabby records in plenty have other Ministries left behind them. Records of discreditable trickery, electoral gerrymandering, financial incompetence, administrative inep titude — indeed, the recent history ot Western Australia is little more than a sort of political waxworks, replete with examples of every mis shapen political monstrosity. But to -the Mitchell menagerie is left the supreme exposition of Governmen tal shabbiness, in the shape of the sordidly -undignified squabble which has arisen betwixt them and their own servants. A man who wrangles in pub lic with his servants is manifestly unfitted for the position of employer. If he is right and his servants wrong, his position is undignified enough; but when, as in the present instance, the servant is...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 11 July 1920

W. Lean | FINANCIER. ~M BARRACK-STREIT, PERTH. 9 LOANS TO ANT AMOUNT. I J. BALFOUR * I COMMISSION AGENT, I MARKET-STREET, ~*M FBEMANTLE. ? Z Communicate With Hobart. ? SALES CONDUCTED v I at Shortest Notice, by a Live, Cap- « able Auctioneer, with 20 years' ex- fl perience, who knows Values from A ? to Z. ' ? We also have a HOUSE, LAND 1 and ESTATE AGENCY. If you 1 want to Buy or Sell a Property, ? give us a call. '* ? BULL AND CONWAY, 1 AUCTIONEERS, 1 HOUSE, LAND, and ESTATE 1 AGENTS, I S8 MARKET-STREET, * 1 FREMANTLE. I 'Phone. 983. (Late of A.I.P.) I GARRY STACKS 1 SAVOY OAFS, , I (Downstairs), - 1 Nest Metropole Hotel, ? J HAY STREET. ?J A Princely Heal at a Popular m Price. 1 * 1 TOWER HOTEL, I WEST PERTH. 1 The Place to Call the house to j Meet Your Friends. ? j ERNIE McORADE, Proprietor! | STILL THE PREMIER TOBAO- ^ CONIST (Wholesale and Bet ail). J. GLEBSON. \ 667 HAT-STBEET, j 247 WILLIAM-STREET. 1 83 BARRACK-STREET, i PERTH. .*« McCarthy's Hotel BARRAtJKSTREET. PERTH. '' j...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 11 July 1920

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Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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EAST PERTH v. WEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 11 July 1920

EAST PERTH v. WEST. Leederville Oval. The scores were as follows: — East: Owens, Thomas, Allen, Flet cher, Brenthall, Hilton, Harrold, C. Makenzie. Scott, Maloney, Duffy. Gepp, Sullivan, Bowtell, Herd, King, Groom, Oakley, Sparrow. West: Angwin, Blundell, Boyd, Burke, Cassey, Craig, Clarke, Tyson, Jones, Malatzky, Sinclair, Taylor, Veryard, Wimbridge, Willoughby, Soutar, Austin, and Moore. This ; was a runaway iuatch for Easts right through — theii oppo nents never got a look in, not evei\ a ^glimpse, all the afternoons '=??? All ?the satner the Cardinals played a good game, and certainly what luck there was in the game wen*, against them.' The scores: — 1st quarter, East 3 goals, West 1—6. 2nd quarter, East 7—3, West 3__8, 3rd quarter. East 10—6, West 4—9. Final: East Perth 13—11, West Perth 4— 10. The first quarter was the most even of the day, the West's defence showing up to best advantage. Even in this East's easily outpointed them. Wimbridge, Moore, Wil loughby, and Tyson all ...

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