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FOOTBALL (Continued from Page 1) [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 5 September 1920

FOOTBALL (Continued from Page 1)   Goal-kickers:---South Fremantle—   Stuart and Hawkins. East Freman- tle— Lawn, Ion, and Strang.   A remarkably lively scrimmage   took place at the opening of the sec-   ond Quarter. The ball was tossed about, "Pull devil, pull baker," for some -time. At last South's freed it, and Sykes put the sphere through   the sticks, equalising the scores. Bidstrip to Ion secured the next major, while Sheedy, receiving from Truscott, notched East's fifth, Shortiy after Tuxford stopped a fine run by East's, and though Bidstrip secured, he only succeeded in hit- ting the outer post. A fine run by Truscott resulted in a.point through   Cinoris. Shortly after Callow step- tped in, and blocked what seemed to be a cert, for Easts, and Souths sent the ball well down, Brown securing   a minor. B. Campbell shortly after   raised the maximum from a free....

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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A LIKELYS STORY [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

A LIKELY STO-ip. The express was thundering on, and the passengers in the various compartments had ust settled to their usual occupation of looking intensely disgusted with one an other, when 'suddenly, without the slightest warning, there came the sound of the dreaded alarm-belL wnich told that some poor, harried, soul had, in this extremity, beefc driven t^null the communication cord, -l^guard, accompanied by several daring passengers, hurried along to the carriage whence the alarm had come. It was occupied by a gentleman, who, in spite of bis red whiskers, was the coolest-looking passenger in tile train. 'Dinna ex cite yersel,' ma friends,' he observ ed to the » little group outside. There s nae trouble tae speak aboot. But when I lit ma pipe I just fund I wasna' in a smokin' car nage, so I thocht I'd better c«ne oot an change to a smoker, in case I got nabbit at the end of the iour ney.' J

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Midland Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

Midland Notes Roley Clarke— Ha! Ha! What is the Canary Club? The poor unfortunates who miss ?- the 830 train to Perth to work, have to wait till 9.20 for another. What about one in between, Mr. Pope? Jack Smiley is a genius. You ought to see his patent ash tray. It's a bonzer. i Wha* price S to 1 any entry for the Northam to Midland? No takers! Flinty is an Alladin, whose magic -u .lamp can turn any old whizzer into 1 a fairly respectable motor bike. 1 Have a look at his F.N. ' There is a fortune awaitiq^the man who can- invent a marine that will fly, swim, and dive. It doesn't matter about wheels, as there are no roads (?) in Midland safe for any vehicle with wheels. -- If he put long legs on it, so it could , cross mud, he'd double his fortune. ' Hiscox would buy the first one manufactured. Heard on the Kalgoorlie race course some time ago: — 4 Jimmy MacDonald: 'Which one ?will we fly to-day, Bob?' Bob Perrie: 'Fly — and put all the money on the other — '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

I ROYAL HOTEL I PERTH $ REVISED PRICE VLIST. | * AUGUST, 1920. |t Australian Whisky ? 4 0 7 3 ? ? Scotch Whisky (Own Bottling) ? 8 6 g , Blinds (Australian) ? \ ? 8 6 &: SPECIAL SCOTCH ? 9 9 §L Extra Special ? 10 6 |- No. 10, Dewar's, King George, Green Stripe, D.O.L., If. Jameson . . . . ? . 10 0 W Bod Collar, Gaelic, Thome's, Crawford ? 10 0 'sir Heanessy * Brandy ? S3 16 0 g- Chat. Tanunda ? - ? 5 0 9 6 |?v Penf old's, Mine's, Samson, and Irvine's Brandy ... 50 96 §: : .Tondut Freres ? r ? 5 0 9 6 £*? Blue Circle ? 8 6 ii: Gin (Old Tom or Dry) ? 5 3 9 6 %\ Gin, Blind's (£ Bottle) ? 4 0 fe- Bam ? 7 0 9 0 sr Port Wine ? 2 0 3 0 3 6 6 0 5 6 ?-.-i Emu, Union, Swan, and Bed Castle Ale, per bottle 0 11 r Emu, Union, Swan, and Bed Castle Ale, per dozen 11 0 fe; Emu, Union, Swan, and Bed Castle Stout, per bottle 0 114 p Emu, Union. Swan, and Red Castle Stout, per dozen 11 6 f ? Packing Extra. ' |i; W. H. JONES, Proprietor. BEAUFORT ARMS HOTEL ; CORNER BEAUFORT and NEWCASTLE STREE...

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Yesterday's Football FIRST SEMI—FINAL. A Great Tusle—Between East Perth and pert—Under Fine Playing Conditions. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

Yesterday's Football] first sna-nNAL. 1 A Great Tusle— Between ««ft Perth] and Perth— Under Fine Plajinr 1 Conditions. J Umpire Craig bounced the battm for the first semi-final at Fremant^-l yesterday afternoon in the presence 1 of a great crowd of spectator*. Tfa»| weather -was fine during the 'crest- 1 er part of the game. j THE TEAMS. 1 East Perth: Fletcher, Harrold,J Duffy, Sparrow, King, Owens, Allen,;! Hilton, Bowtej% BrentnalL Herd* I Oakley, Thomas Morgans Groom, J McJCenzie,, Scott, Gepp. - 1 Perth: Giese, Hewby, Gaynor,! Watts, A., Watts, G., Shaddock, | Menzies, Love, Hall, Hewson,^ Stooke (Captain), Silverstone, Ev-j ans, McComish, McKenzie, L&ng-l lands, Jordan, McAuiiffe, and Jones.] THE PLAY. j Easts started the attack, but! Langlande relieved. Scott and Gor-l don saved. Thomas passed to Spar- 1 row, and got first point for Bast] Perth. . - Monger marked from ? the a kick-off and notched a goal. *1 Duffy sent down from the bounce i and Love, in endeavouring to...

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INQUIRIES HELD DURING THE NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

INQUIRES HELD DURING TH1 M . NIGHT. ? F. Simpson was fined S5 for care- '9 less driving of Princess Willow* 9 winner of the State Handicap. M Hallion was spoken to with refer- B ence to his driving of Caress in th« :fl Esperance Handicap. M ? The stewards noted the explan*- 19 tion of Kelly (rider of Little Van)!9 and; Pearn (Parole's Honor) in th» 9 Eucla Handicap. 9

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Electric Light Trotting Reflections. FIRST EDITION, 8.30 p.m. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

Electric Light Trotting Reflections. FIRST EDITION, 830 p.m Saturday. The W.A. Trotting Association held a successful meeting at the W.A.C.A. grounds to-night. STATE HANDICAP. Mr. W. P. Baker's Princess Willow, by Willowwood — Prin- cess Derby, 145 yds. bhd. (Simpson) ? 1 Dingo, 190 bbd. (Whitman) .... 2 Vi Tracey, 50 bhd. (Mercer) .. ..? 3 Other starters: Coronet, scr.; In dee, 10; Arcadian Bells, 50; Kitty Dexter, 60; Land Breeze, Willow's Fancy, 70; Peter Huon, 75; Etrah, 90; Little Possum, 105; Majority, 120; Leslie Wilkes, 130; Lady Mite, 135; Rainbow, 150; Huon Dudley, 185; Marbell, 190. Betting: 3 to 1 agst Peter Huon, 4 to 1 Princess Willow, 6 to 1 Vi Tracey, 7 to 10 to 1 other*. ., Dividends: S.O., £3/8/-; place, 11/-, 20/-, 12/ Won by seven yards, with five yards between second and tbird. Peter Huon was fourth, and Huon Dudley fifth. Time, 4.105. Rates: 2.38*. 2.36*, 2.45. EUCLA HANDICAP. Mr. 'G. Drummond's' Never Des pair, scr. (Buckingham) .... I Heather Mac, scr. (Frase...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

THE J. J. BENDON SHOE STOE ES, HIGH-STREET, FREMANTLE.

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Boulder Races Boulder, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

Boulder Races ? J~L ? Boulder, Saturday. The Boulder Racing Club's annual meeting was brought to a success ful conclusion in dull weather to day. Following are the results: — LAKE VIEW HANDICAP. Third Division. One mife. Cottesloe Beach, 8.6 (Blake) .. * Simmont, 7.8 (Percival) ? * Lady Pospolite, 82 (Francis) .. 3 Other starters: Chinatown, Ngal rain, 8.9; Floanton, 82; Coondoo, 7.12; Fort Prior, 7.11; Sweet Mar jorie, 7.8; Mallina, 7.5! Billie Burke, 7.0: Milawa, 6.7. Dividends (for 10/-) : SO., £1/4/-; place, 19/-, 32/-, 21/-. Betting: 4 to 1 agst Cotteslee Beach, 8 to 1 Simmont. Dead heat, with a length and a half between second and third. Time, 1 min. 45 sec. LAKE VIEW HANDICAP. First Division. Six furlongs. Thormont, 8.5 (Bowler) ? 1 Brearley, 6.11 (Percval) ? 2 Devil's Wing, 8.0 (Francis) .... 3 Other starters: Hazel Dawn, 9.12; Dividends: S.O., £1/5/-; place, 15/, 14/-. Betting: 6 to 4 agst Thormont. Won by three lengths, with a length between second and third. Time, 1 min. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

C. F. VEATES, i wut.o.a. A '?? OPTICIAN. m If /*M 37 BARRACK STRCCT. § OWIIITI TOtMN MAll. -M PERTH. --9

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Glorious Weather at Belmont A MAGNIFICENT ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

Glorious WeatHer at Belmont A MAGNIFICENT ATTEN DANCE. An enormous crowd turned up to Belmont Park yesterday, .whsn an interesting programme was run off. The crowd greatly exceeded the management's expectations, as racebooks were sold out early in the piece. Following are the results: — \ - HURDLE RACE. Of 90 sovs.; second 15 and third 10 sovs. from stake. Tvjo miles and sixty-four yards. J. J. Grant's Barlo-werie, by Graf to— Oread, 10.4 (Pinkus) .... 1 Lock Sure, 9.5 (Heron) ? 2 Captain Alcock, 9.0 (Warna minde) .. ,.t ? ?? 3 Other starters: Bobinski, 10.9 (Godfrey) ; Warambie, 95 (Port2r) ; Kyadjoo, 9.4 (Campbell); Baby Doll, 9.0 (Seifken). Dividends (foflD/-) : S.O, £1/12/-; place, 14/-, 15/-, 16/. Betting: 2 to l agst Barlo-werie, 4 to 1 Lock Sure, Captain Alcock, or Bobinskie, 8 to 1 Kyadjoo. Won by a neck, with two and a half lengths between second and third. Time, 3 min. 56 1-5 sec. FIRST CLASS PLATE. Of 100 sovs.; second 20 and third 10 _sovs. from stake. Six furlongs. A. P...

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CHANNEL SWIMMER FAILS. TWO MILES FROM SHORE. London, Sept. 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

CHANNEL SWIMMER FAILS. TWO MILES FROM SHORE. London, Sept. 9. Sullivan, who for the second tiiua attempted to swim the Channel^ was oblige dto give up: when only two miles from the French shore, after having swam 34 miles. ? Insist on your newsagent deliver ing next Sunday'* MIRROR to your door. It win contain latest sport, cables from untainted sources, and the most outspoken comment in

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Eastern Racing Randwick CHEYSOLAUS WINS THE STAKES. Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

[astern Racing Randwick cheysolaus wins. the stakes; Sydney, Saturday. At Randwick the Sydney Tatter , sail's Club held a meeting Jo-day tU' fine weather, with the following re sults: — . - ?'.-.„? NOVICE HANDICAP. ,. One mile. Vespucci ? ' Syce Knight ? 2 Malburys ? 3 Betting: 12 to 1 agst. Vespucci. TRAMWAY HANDICAP. Seven furlongs. Reunion ? 1 Greenstead ? 2 Gambler's Gold ? 3 Betting: 10 to 1 Reunion. CHELMSFORD STAKES. ,♦ - Nine furlongs. Chrysolaus ? 1 Erasmus ? 2 Sydney Damsel . . ..... 3 Betting: 4 to 1 agst Chrysolaus. v STEE.LECHASE. Two and a half miles. Pine Park/.. .. .. .. 1 - Cerise and Grey ? 2 Grand Forte ? 3 Betting: 8 to 1 Pine Park. SPRING HANDICAP. One mile and a quarter. White Phast .. ? 1 -- Sooster ? ,. .. a Emblematic ? 3 Betting: 6 to 1 agst White Phast. WELTE^ HANDICAP. . Seven furlongs. Devolution ? t Coolestpne ? 2 Tickeroo ? 3 Betting: 25 to I agst Devolution.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

SECOND EDITION— 11 50 . p jn, Saturady, August 21,' contains in addition comments on local and loldfieldB racing, and results and comments on. Trotting; also late general news.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

^At the Criterion Hotel, Hay street.— Swan Beer at its -best. Reg Harrison, proprietor.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

PILKINGTON! A Fathom of Tory Froth.

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Mentone GRINGALL WINS THE HANDI-CAP. Melbourne. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

. Mentone GRINGALL WINS THE HANDI CAP. Melbourne. Saturday. The Mentone Racing Club's Sep tember meeting took place to-day in drizzling weather. Following jare the results: — MENTONE PLATE. Six furlongsi ,? St. Mira (Cairns) ? 1 King's Bounty (Franklin) .. 2 Liberty Loan (Ekins) .... 3 Other starters: Happy Rostrum, Some Song, Vista, Wedding Morn, Arrasene. Betting: 5 to 2 Some Song 3 to 1 St. Mira, 9 to 2 Rostrum.. Won by a length and'a. quarter. Time 1 min. 17 sec. WELTER MILE. The Hague (Fox) ........ 1 Mneinis (Parking) .... .. 2 ? ' Work On (Bird) ? 3 Other starters: Linass, Miss Pin kerton, Shadow Dancer, Maltravers, The Tuck, King Pretty, Lomali, Stalwart, Crystal Glass. Betting: 5 to 2 agst Mnemis, 5 to '1 Work On, 12 to 1 The Hague. - Won by a head. Time, 1 min. 46 sec. MENTONE PURSE. Seven furlongs. Comeaway (Mortimer) .... 1 Beeline (Truskitt) ........ 2 Adam Lindsay (Turner) . . 3 Other starters: Kilfoyle, Drumfire, Southern Cross, Margon, Maza, 'Fab- rics, Dear Bernard,...

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Port Adelaide Adelaide, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

Port Adelaide Adelaide. Saturday. The Port Adelaide September meeting took place to-day at Chel tenham Park. Following are the results : — , . ROSEWATER HURDLES. Two miles and a quarter. Seglum '. ? 1 Coryston ? 2 Haoman . . ? 3 Dividend (for £1), £2/4/-. JUVENILE HANDICAP. Etaman .': ? 1 Pratique ? J . . .\ 2 - Raylea ? .* 3 Dividend £3/18/-. SPRING HANDICAP. One mile and three furlongs. Clever Jim ? *.. .. 1 Jesse Stirling ? 2 Chamois ? 3 Dividend £11/4/-. CHELTENHAM STEEPLECHASE Two miles and a quarter. Lost Sheaf ? .. 1 Press Through ? 2 Edinol ? , ? 3 Dividend, £8/6/-. WELTER HANDICAP. One mile. Our Artillery ? 1 Monopolisi ? 2 Stage Boy ? 3 Dividend, £3/3/-. FLYING HANDICAP. Five furlongs. ' Arnitta ? ..--.. 1 Cava .. .... ., .. .. 2 c'Gifin .. ? 3 Dividend, £108/9/-. . r . PORS ADELAIDE GUINEAS. One mile, one furlong, and 40 yards. Repique ? 1 Hesso ? 2 Lord Poosse ....../. 3 Dividend, £4/19/-. ? .

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EASTERN FOOTBALL. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

EASTERN FOOTBALL., VICTORIA. CoUingwood (4—17) beat Fitzroy (3—5). , Brunswick (5—15) beat Port {2—9.

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