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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

CYCLING. The Victoria Park Bicyycle Club 25-mile club championship was run on the Victoria Park-Kelmseott track yesterday. Following are the - results: — W. Smith ? 1 J. Stephenson ? 2 A. Shulz ? 3 J. O'Connor . . .... ? ? 4 Time, Ihr. 18min. 30secj. Hampson sustained a bad fall.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

FURNITURE OF ALL DESCRIP- j TION. j C. E. MOSELEY, : THE CHEAPEST FURNITURE . STORE IN W.A. ; NEXT P.O., FREMANTLE. Suites, Bedroom and Dining ; Rooms, dozens of varieties; Bed- '? room Ware; Linos— a large Stock just arrived ex 'Austral Glen'; Mantelpieces. CASH OR TERMS. t Note the Address — v C. E. MOSELEY, NEXT P.O., FREMANTLE. I Country Orders Packed and put on 1 Rafl. J R. BONE Butcher I 181-183 Murray SI. I (Opposite Boans). -1 OFFERS THE PRIMEST MEAT^J AT LOWEST PRICES. *jj OUR CORNED BEEF AND SAUS- ; I AGES ADVERTISE US. I TR¥ THEM. A SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 1 TeL 4401. 1 The... I ffius/cin I Studios I BAIRDS' ARCADE | HIGH-CLASS j PHOTOGRAPHERS. . 1 Telephone 1893. - M ONE OF OUR SPECIAL M ~'~ LINES: .-M ENLARGEMENT 1 OF SOLDIERS. _ 1 Patrons are requested, if 9 possible, to make arrange- '? ments for Sitting. - --'M

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

355 JL JL_PJ^I JeSji jl *- ' ** ?** JCj) (PHALANGAS BROTHERS). 68 BARRACK-STREET, PERTH. BEST MEALS^IN TOWN. deaoUness. Civility. Open on Sundays. Importers of Famous Bellinger River Oysters.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PBICE FIXING SIXTEEN CENTURIES AGO! How They Did It in Ancient Borne. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

PRICE FIXING SIXTEEN CENTURIES AGO! ? V— How They Did It in Ancient Rome. Sixteen centuries since in Italy, the Emperor Diocletian applied the vicious ingenuity of the Publicani (the IV. Century Profiteers), which , financial body had devised the cruel and wasteful system of Roman taxa tions to the solution of the mone tary and economic problems %-f that day ; radical and 'drastic reforms were initiated by the men who at the back of affairs set up and put down Emperors and governed the Imperial Roman mints and fixed prices of wheat and commodities. The pretence of the publicani or public Tax officials of the Roman capitalists of the shadows was the establishment of a simple and fixed relation between the issues pi gold and silver.. The 'issues' 'were a trade war or series of trade wars be tween the two main boflies of mer chants who were compelled to reck on silver in terms of gold of fixed weight and fixed fineness, and to reckon plebican copper bronze or brass in terms of both gol...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ANOTHER BUBBLE BURST SILLY FALSEHOODS ABOUT QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

ANOTHER BUBBLE BURST.* SILLY FALSEHOODS ABOUT QUEENSLAND. For years past every Tory tripe wrap in Australia has been putting in the poison about the cost of liv ing in Queensland. The facts of the matter are that, until the Com. monwealth Price Fixing was intro duced, the Queensland Act kept prices down lower than elsewhere, but when the Commonwealth — i.e., Billy Hughes, the profiteers' friend — took charge, prices in the North ern State soared rapidly until they reached something like the general level of the other States. Since the Commonwealth abandoned the mea sure, however, the difference has been most marked. The following extract from the Governor's Speech, delivered in the Queensland Legis lative Assembly last month, shows the position to date: — 'The increase in the cost of liv ing is occasioning the greatest con cern to Governments the world over, and my advisers took imme diate measures when the Common wealth relinquished control of prices to again assume the responsibil...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
UNIVERSITY HATTERS. Professor Whitfield Explains. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

UNIVERSITY HATTERS. 'Professor Whitfield Explains.. (To the Editor). Sir, — I notice 4hat you have been commenting on the present position of the University, in several of your recent issues. Some of your re marks appear -W^me to be quite sound, but a contributed article b- 'Prof.' some months ago stated that the Engineering -^School had spent '£700 on a dynamo,' and also 'thou- sands of pounds on expensive fit tings.' These things simply do not exist, as I can make quite clear to your representative if he cares to make an appointment and come to Crawley to see for himself. The most expensive dynamo in our pos session cost about £70 (including the switchboard) and not £700. Per haps your correspondent has heard of some dynamos which were bought for a' lump sum of £300 in 1915 with a view to' helping in making war munitions in W-A., and which were resold at a profit a few years later when the attempt to make shells was abandoned. The total expenditure on buildings and equipment 'for ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
VICIOUS PERSECUTION. Of Joe O'Neill's Diggers By Police Department. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

VICIOUS PERSECUTION. i Of Joe O'Neill's Diggers By Police Department. — v — At 2.30 pjn. on Friday last tha police, under the leadership oT De tective Perdue, raided the offices of the 'Diggers' Association, and seized - all books, tickets, etc., bearing on the Caulfield Cup Sweep. The excuse given is that O'Neill held no permit to conduct the sweep. The reason is that O'Neill is a thorn in the sidesof the tame El race TTai-c' andi Batsmen's Association. O'Neill applied for a permit in due form. He was refused. . But ^ scores of other applications hdpre been approved, and their sweeps are always being conducted openly The Mirror asks how the Commis sioner of Police and the controlling Minister can reconcile this shame fully one-eyed attitude with their solemn oaths to administer the law without fear or favour? ' U This is police tyranny— Blue Ter ror—not 'law and order.'

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CLAREMONT ASYLUM AGAIN. OVERBURDENED STAFF [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

CJjAREMONT ASYLUM AGAIN. OVERBURDENED STAFF. The death of Clara Kinsky. who was found dead in the bathroom at the Claremont Hospital for the In sane on September 5, was the subject of inquiry at the asylum last Wea nesday, before the Acting Coroner (Mr. J. H. Eales, J.PJ Nurse Duckham, who naa cnarge of the deceased, was one of eight' nurses attached to No. 1 and No. 2 hospitals, where 68 inmates were quartered. Several of these were dangerous cases. Nurse Duckham had charge of No. 1 hospital at the time the unfortunate woman made an end to her life by hanging herself in the bathroom. It seems that a suicidal patient is 'put on the tic ket,' and the nurse is not supposed to lose sight of her for a moment. How this can be done under the cir cumstances is hard to understand. i The jury found tliat it was an im- * puossibility, and found that the de ceased came to her death by hanging herself, and added a rider that the nurse who ield the tickets was re sponsible for allowing the patie...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
QUEENSLAND'S BOSS BOLSHEVIKS Betray People and Country. Story of a Shameful Episode-Triatorous Capitalistic Conspiracy—Between Queensland Pactoralists—and London Financial Autocrats—To overthrow People's Government—Challenge [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

QUEENSLAND'S BOSS BOLSHEVIKS Betray People and Country. Story of a Shameful Episod*— Triatorous Capitalistic Conspiracy— Be- tween Quensland PastoraUstfr— and London Financial Auto crats—To Over— row People's Government— ChaHenge Boldly Accepted— by Theodore of Queensland. Last week we indicated to our readers that we had more to say regarding the action of the disloyal and .traitorous crew of Queensland boss-feolsheviks, who went to Lon don to effect the financial boycott of their State because, forsooth, its people had been inconsiderate enough to elect a Government pledged to the platform and policy of the Labour Party. Mr. Theodore,, the Queensland Premier, although unwilling to make any premature statement on the subject when in Perth last week, referred us to certain English and Queensland sources of informa tion which have enabled us to piece together the whole shabby story. In the first place, the fable that Queensland's credit was unstable is completely refuted by the fact ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

J. BALrFOUIt--4 COMMISSION AGENT, 1 MABKKT-STBEET, 1 FREMANTLE. % . fl X Oommuuicate With Hobart. ifl GABBY STACK'S I SAVOY CAFE, s ? :..- (Downstairs), ... W , Next littropole Hotel, ? ? HAY-STREET. ; ? A Princely Meal at a Popular I Wee. . - -M STILL THE PBEMIEB TOBA0- W CON2ST M (Wholesale and Retail). _ 9 ? J. GLSESON. *V« f 65? HAY-STBEET, ' 1 J 247 WUJJAM-STBEET. 1 - 68 B4BRACK-STREET, 'M PERTH. 1 GLAKVXLLE'S M LEMON HEADACHE. ' -.:? m POWDER. I I The Great Australian Besuidy far M instant Belief and Speedy Cure of M aU Headaches, Neuralgia, Tooth- m ache and Inflnensa. ♦ m Rti«qpi^.ti«Tn) Sciatica, Lumbago 19 «** ' I PRICE 1/9 PER BOX, or Sd. PEB 1 POWDER. .M . .GUovfllt, Ohemist, Wtmaaa.Ha. ? JM — — l — *i THE OCEANIC HOTEL, || / OOTTESLOE BEACH. 1 ' ' ? ______ I A Sunerlative Residential Hotel. ? GEO. GRBENWELL, Proprietor. MIDLAND JUNCTION. . , The Commercial Hotel - OPPOSITE THE STATION. _' * ? ? .: ?? Residential, Up-to-Date, aad ? I ;} Comfortable. ?? *? 1 Swan Beer. . ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

F. J. McLABSN, Auctioneer, Land, Estate and In surance Agent. Sworn Valuator. Furniture Bought Right Out to Save Auction Delays. ; Address: f 6 CANTONMENT-STREET, * FREMANTLE. ' Telephone, 797. r':

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

HtttH-STBEET, FBEHANTLE. LEADING COMMERCIAL and FAMILY HOTEL. Close Harbour, Esplanade, and Public Gardens. COMPLETELY RENOVATED THBOUGHOUT. TeL B-U. BOBERT C. McCUTCHEON Proprietor. MOANA CAFE, 1AY STREET PERTH Banqaets, Picnics, Wedding, and an kinds of Parties catered for on the most lavish scale. Quotes obtainable on application. All charges strictly moderate. SAUL EPSTEIN, Proprietor.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Ffemantle Fragments [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

Ffemantfe fragments The bookmaker who had to pay out £65 for 5s. on last Saturday's Eastern meeting reckons that Wingy is the limit. Monday's invitation dance at the Trades Hall was redolent of youth and happiness, as one would expect of a young Labour League affair. ? ^ ? The supper was O.K., the sand wiches being particularly good, to the credit of the Cabin young ladies who cut them; and the rnusi* was bright, excellent, and fresh. The young Labour people intend repeat ing their success to-morrow week. The local taxi-drivers are throw* ing in the lot with the quadruped Drivers' Union. It is well, and very necessary, as some of them were do ing about 12 to 16 hours a day for a week of seven days, and ' on a wage of about £4. What has become of Councillor Whateley's boom jazz platform, which was erected at South Beach last year, at a cost to tbe ratepayers of over £60? It has disappeared, and rumour says it has been brok en up. Has the Municipality then got money to burn? A questio...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Mimes, Mummers & Melody-Makers [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

Mimes, Mummers & Melody-Makers The Three Starrs are still twink ling. & Vogues and Vanities' 'Burlesque Band' at the Queen's Hall this week. Lily Vockler, in 'Rich or Poor,' satisfied big audiences last week at the Shaftesbury. Baron turned up at Melrose last week with 'Nobbier,' his eccentric doll, and loud laughter evinced that the ventriloquist had lost none of his ability. Colino, the Digger juggler, faced big audiences at the Staftesbury during the week. It is just about nine years ago that Colino first drew public applause through a clever manipulation act in a. series of amateur trials at the same place of amusement. Colino is now a full-blown attor, and can get. a place in any country. Silvester demonstrated his ver satility by giving a splendid ventri loquist turn at the Shaftesbury. We bet Rita Starr can be nasty when she likes. In Lester Brown's revue last week at the Melrose she exhibited a really terrible talent for 'nag.' Her fight with sister Vera was ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Forrest Street Resumption More Questions Suggested by Stirling-street Strumpet's Latest Wriggle [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

Forrest Street Resumption More Questions Suggested by Stirling Street Strumpet's Latest Wriggle — - Our sweet-tempered and mildman nered contemporary, ''The Sunday Times,' the- best friend the bosses have in Western Australia, in her desperate endeavours to get out of the unpleasant Hoe Machine tangle, has, unfortunately for herself, been obliged to attract attention to . the whole business' of the Forrest-street resumption. The story is something like this: Prior to 1908 'The Sunday Times' wSs practically a Labour paper. Its circumstances weren't rosy. It was printed in an old 'shed at the back*, of a fish-shop in Wellington-street. But a change of heart came over it; it began to see hitherto unsus pected virtues in the policy and per son, of Sir Newton Moore, and subse quently of the late Mr. Frank Wil son, and, in a creditably short space of time, performed, a contortion of the most surprising order. At the same time its own sister, the Ka% goorlie 'Sun,' continued to lend.sup po...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Sunday Mirror PERTH, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th., 1920 THE CRIME OF YOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

CIk Sunday mirror PERTH. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 11th.. 1920 THE CRIME t)F YOUTH. One of the greatest thinkers of the age has committed to paper the words, 'the history of progress is a record of the triumph of youth,' and history, with its stories of youthful genius in the political, social, and scientific realms, has certainly verified this assertion. From the mouths of juveniles has come forth some of the most wonderful say ings that ever graced the pages of a nation's literature. Ruskin, at the age of 12, wrote his ode to the Israelites that has been handed to this generation as a typical piece of old English verse, and it has been an inspiration to potential poets-laureats ever since. Pitt, at 21, in the great position English political life could offer him, gave the lie direct to those jaundiced old men who talked of the indiscretion of youth. Truly, one could fill pages with the records of the young man gifted with insight and outlook brighter and cleaner than the old, who has prov...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Under the Lash TUG BOAT CREWS TO FREMANTLE. Strike Against Sweated Hours. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

Undex* *l*e U&sl* TUG BOAT CREWS TO FREMANTLE. Strike Against Sweated Hours. On Thursday last the daily press announced with an expression of hy pocritical surprise that the crews of the Fremantle Harbour tug boats had ceased work. The surprise might have been expressed that the men had continued quietly working so long under the atrocious condi tions imposed upon them by the SiiiDolne- comoanies. The deck hands and firemen of the tugs Uraidla and Wyola worked those boats for whatever hours the shipping carmorants wished them to from 10 to 24 hours a day, seven days a week if required, and a mean wage, and were never paid any over time. They were few in numbers, and had not the protection of a powerful organisation behind them, and the shipping managers imagined; they could do as they pleased with them, arrogantly asserting on occasion, 'That a day didn't finish until 12 midnight anyhow,' and giving direct evidence of how they would treat any body of men forced to work for t...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Labour Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

Labour Notes — u — (By 'Spartacus.') Editor Curtin spoke at length at the Literary Institute on the 'Genius of Labour.' The lecture was most enjoyable from the point of view that it conveyed the real impression of Labour's aim. and how to attain it. No question about it, the Soc ialist orator usually commences to orate from the premise that his au dience is as familiar as himself with the real fundamentals. Sunday's meeting was in contrast to this. — u — The Building T*ades Union may shortly be called upon to face the issue of a 44-hour week. We hope they will be equal to it. Shorter working day, shorter list of unem ployed members; two men after one job wages, go down; two jobs after one man wages go up. This is it Brother, think about It, and act ac cordingly. To argue that you can do as much work in seven and a-half hours as you can in eight only proves you are a bigger and more obedient slave than we previously thought. The Railway Employees are in conference. They are to discus...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

S. BEECROFT BUTCHER, 181 ROKEBYEOAD, SUBIACO. ONLY PRIME FRESH-SILLED HEAT SOLD. Phone 1341.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

J. H. Pellew -& Co. HIGH STREET, -. « FREMANTLE Specialists in Hen's and Boys' Clothing are keeping Prices* Down to the Lowest Possible Figure Compatible with Quality and Service. MEN'S MERCERY AND CLOTHING. Boys' Strong Khaki Linen SHIRTS, Collar and Pocket, to fit boys to 13 years. Special Price, 5/11. Boys' White Cambric SHIRTS, Collar and Pocket ; good, wash ing; sizes as above. Special Price, 4/6. Men's Heavyweight PYJAMA PANTS, also large sizes; liin* ited quantity. Special Price, 6/11. Men's All-Wool Natural and Grey Australian Flannel SHIRTS; full size. Special Price, 6/11. Men's Fine Cashmere Finish UNDERPANTS; all sizes. Spe cial Price, 4/6. Men's Hard-Wearing Harvard SHIRTS, Collar and Pocket. Special Price, 8/6. Boys' Navy Peter Pan Pop lin HATS, for boys up to 7. years. ^ Special Price, 1/11. Youths' and Boys' School Felt HATS, in Dark Colours; sizes, 6 3-8 to 6i. Special Price,' 6/6. - * Men's Working and Knock about Felt. HATS, in Grey and Brown. Special Price...

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