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

CALL AT THE CARLTON The Cosy Corner HoteL OODERICH-STREET, E. PERTH. THE STOCKS ARE GOOD-OH! JACK GREEN, Proprietor.

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

HIS MAJESTY'S HOTEL, FREMANTLE. Residential HoteL - Night Porter. NED STACK, Proprietor. NATIONAL HOTEL FREMANTLE. K. MULCAHY, Proprietor. Newmarket' Hotel PIERSTtiEET. Handy to. City. Close to Station. First Class Residential House. TeL 3869. 6. 6AYN0R (Late of Midland Junction).

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

H. H. FOLLINCTON '^ ? ? ? ? 1 COACH and MOTOR BODY ?! BUILDER and' GENERAL i BLACKSMITH. 1 Comer ADELAIDE and QUEEN « ] VICTORIA-STREETS, ' FREMANTLE. j WHEN OUT EAST *~ j CALL AT : PLYMPTON HOTEL For Cheerful Refreshment JIM DURKIN, Proprietor. ' j THE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY ? NOTIFIED. I Repair, Overhaul Motor and Push Cycles. J Build Cycles to Customers Own - Specifications. :? Sell Tyres and Accessories at Low est Town Prices. '?' «tr. , Repair Any Kind of Machinery. Special Attention to Country Orders. - - « BUkT FURNEAUX ' 342 WELLINGTON-STREET (8 doors from Pier-street). j Twenty Years with the Leading Motor and Cycle Firms in England ? and Colonies. . 1 . ? : ? ; ? ,* ..- Goldfields Club , Hotel , CORNER PIER AND WELLING TON43TREETS. ' ^ ** Swan and Union Ale on Draught. \ TERMINUS HOTEL, PACKENHAMSTREET, FREMANTLE. Swan Beer. Good Service and Resi dence. » . TOM STACK, Proprietor. NEWCASTLE CLUB HOTEL, FREMANTLE. The Ideal Meeting Ground and Re- -: sidential. -£ — — - ^i TOM RYA...

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

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

This is from a paper that, six months ago, declared Mitchell 'the saviour of tifi Stater 'Mr.' James Mitchell has.yet to realise he-is but the managing director of a vast commercial proposition in which the people of the Stajte are sharehold ers and workers. He was put in his position for the reason that he was supposed to have the ability to manage the business' of the State in an efficient .manner. The C.S. strike proved that Mr. Mitchell's abilities have been vastly over rated.'

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

COMMENTS ON BELMONT. (By 'Cricklewood, Jr.) Rain held off for the Belmont fix ture, where there was a good at tendance. Miarnui was the only scratching for the Hurdles, leaving a fiel4 of seven. Captain Alcock, as usual, made the pace a cracker. Two fur longs from home Barlo-werie join ed the leader, when the former was challenged by Lock Sure, and the two took the last jump together, a good race resulted a neck win for two and a-half length away, thiid. Warambie was fourth, and should not be long before winning. Very Faithful and Mannequin were withdrawn from the F:rst Class Plate. ' Captain Fox led nearly all the way, and won easily by a length from Monitrix'and Era goon. Rosemount was fourth. Five were scratched for the Sec ond Class Plate, viz., Blue Lady, Earl* of Seafield, High Hand, Canti lever, and Analysis. Migarra was the early favourite, but good cash coming for Lady Mureena, caused Myarra to ease in the betting. Per onne jumped out and led to the turn, where Renunciation...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

W In England a man of eighty can* K celled n»s wedding on the morning W. of the '.ceremony. A few more es W- =Jubitions like that, and he will effd Kf ^by^being a bachelor. Wf ' ' Dan Jamieson's anticipations for 1§^ Beimont yesterday contained Btr Kvlowerie, Captain Fox, Renunciation, P' and Andronicus, or altogether nine g-'- placed horses. m. ?? . ' :?. ? ..,,.

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

CRICKET ?The full programme of tKe Eng lish team to visit Australia is as follows: — . , Oct. 21.— Arrive Fremantle, .s.s. °S£tober 23, 25, 26-WEST AUS TRALIA. Perth. oniTTtr November 5, 6, 8, 9— SOUTH ^^^^t^S, !6-VlC ™J2£JteT%,*. 23-NEW L^Snb?tt-6-AUSreAL1AN ^De^^S. S^TOOWOOMBA, TdS^?u, ^-Newcastle. Newcastle. ? „„_ ortIITTT December 14, 15,— NEW SOUTH WALES COLTS, Sydney. December 17, 18 20, ^1AUfa TRALIA (First T^), Sydney December 22, 23— BATHURST, BDSber 27, 28-BENDIGO. Bendigo. . . December 31, January 1, 3, 4— AUSTRALIA (Second Test), Mel ^JSukry 7, 9-BALLARAT, Bal ^iuary 11, 12-STAWELL, Sta 'fanuary 14, 15 17 . 18AUSTRA LIA (Third Test), Adelaide.^ January 21, 22-GEELONG, Gee 10 January 25, 26. 27-TASMANIA, L j£££y'n28. 29, 31-^TASMANIA, HFeb^ary 4, 5. 7, 8-VICTORIA, MFebruaS 11. ^ ^ J^^ TRALIA (Fo^JlT^'^^S^ February 18, 19, 21, 22— NEW SOUTH WALES, Sydney. February 25, 26, 28, March 1— AUSTRALIA (Fifth Test), Syd n6March 4, 5-ALBURY, Albury. March 7, 8-BENALLARenaJg March H...

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

Poiits for Punlm mi Piis (By Our Special Correspondent.) %?. For Comments on Helena Vale p see Page 3. ' [d- !i Bowler and Francis each, rode 8? two winners at Boulder on Wednes |,-da7. p Mr. A. McDougaL ichainnan of f OUR stipendiary stewards, has been £'? granted leave of absence in order P to proceed to Melbourne to jftdge I?:, hunters at the Royal Show. What 19 a pity the other two don't go some ||~ where also. m- Old 'Bill' Hamei, one of the old |:.est established bookmakers at the pr Trots, has had his license renewed §-'. to bet in the Leger at the foot of |L Hay-street East. P There are not nearly enough book ie makers betting in the enclosure at i' the Trotting meetings, and the H sooner the association wake up to gjr their folly the better. The thir ls- teen bookmakers now betting there |b. are generally known as 'the com i? bination.' The prices are so cramp; H fed that they are surely looking for f^ someone to take the 'knock.' Dur Sx ing any part of the betting they are...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
RACING IN ENGLAND. ST. LEGER STAKES. London, Sept. 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

». ..- RACING IN ENGLAND. ST. LEGER STAKES. London, Sept. 8. fe -s The chiei event at the Doncaster ^September meeting to*day resulted ^ ^as fbflows: — — '^ gf^- ST. LEGER STAKES. y l'_Of 6500 sovs. About one mile six f-/r_ furlongs and 13? yards. ^ Lord Wflton's CALIGULA, grey '; ?'- , colt, by The Tetrarch— Snoot, I ; ,3 yrs., 9.0 (Smith) ? 1 t- Sir E. Hulton's Silvern, bay %: - \ colt, « by Polymelus— Silver p Ford, 3 yrs^ 9.8 ? 3 % Lady J. Douglas' Manton, vbay &-' -colt, by Bayardo— Jane Grey V ' TL, 3.3*51, 9.0 ? 3 ^_.Tfie ; winner started at £5 to 1 K'; agst; Spion Kop starting favourite W- at 5 *o 2. Cahgula* won by half a ^length, with three lengths between ^second and third. ' ' -? Wr ' Gocaidas, a wealthy Indian cot $?'.' ion. spinner, bought Caligula last t week: He had- previously bought g/r -many racehorses in Australia. %?-?' ? '

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

KINGS THEATBE FREMANTLE. Controller ? John Lawson. TQ-NIGHT (SATURDAY). Importation of. GUS. W. DESMOND, Comedian, from Gaiety, London, in Great Comedy, 'Line Up.' FLORENCE LEVY, Descriptive Dancer. JOHN LAWSON and LUCILLE SIDNEY And Company in The Famous Masterpiece, 'SHERLOCK HOLMES'S AD VENTURE.' Hal King. Gordon and Merrilees. Eccentric Dancer. Comedians. FOX'S GAZETTE. £100 still in missing mailbag; £5 Given To-night. NEXT WEEK— JOHN- LAWSON in 4-Act Drama, 'Humanity.' Box Plan at Cook and Son. Prices: 3s,, 2s. l.s., plus tax. Special Sunday Programme. . 'The Battle of Life,' Gazette, and Vocalist. Harry -Smith ALL EVENTS. BURNING Only CWiikanALLSTAR. CAST including' 1 MITCHELL' fl LEWIS Big ^^/laster navel of the t\ lcc-boundSoxth by NUDGf' LONDON film THEATBE ROYAL For all Kinds of Plumbing, Gas Fitting & Galvanised Iron Work, MARK DUNN 332-334 Wellington-street, Perth. Licensed Plumber and Drainer. To the Metropolitan Water Supply, Sewerage, and Drainage Department D...

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

PERTH'S PREMIER HOTEL. j MCCARTHY'S i Railway Hotel, Barrack St , Perth FAMOUS THROUGHOUT AUSTRALIA. MRS. S. E. MCCARTHY, Proprietress. r * -DAN JAMESON - * Established 19 Years.— The ONE AND ONLY Turf Adviser in Wi. — LOMBARD CHAMBERS, ? T' ~ St. George's Terrace, Perth. - ^^P^^^^v / JAMESON has decided to give JgpRj'H- ;' ; ,' ' ? ^k ' *% to his numberless clients the bene- fjSB^^V'^-}: ' ;-i 'v, tB& fit of his long years of experience flKa^aMim^L' * iHa bv giving One Special for each iw|^^^^^^M^^' - Noto-Tone horse only, but some- HHHB^^^^^W Be Sure and Consult the ONLY vHH^^^ljH^' ;-J JAMESON before going to the YH^^Hr^^^^HRr cUents, 5/-. Trotting Selections ob- ^^H^5^^ ' tainable at the gate, 1/-. ???_ At Goodwood and Canning Park JAMESON gave FOUR Winners Vi each day. ' . *r At the Boulder THREE winners each day. The last Trotting Meeting JAME-SON gave THREE winners, and the Special, Craboon, duly Materialised. His Majesty's Theatre . Direction ? ..'.. ... .. .. J. and...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAST DAY AT BOULDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

LAST DAY AT BOULDER. (Bv wire from 'Cricklewood.'' The final round of the Goldfields Racing Carnival was run off at Boulder to-day in cloudy weather. There was a splendid attendance. For the Lakeview Handicap (3rd division) Floanton and Carra windy were the only, scratchings. Cottes loe Beach and Ngalrain closed equal favourites at fours. w gal rain got an outside post position, which spoilt his chance. ' Simmont and Cottesloe Beach made allv the running, and ended a dead heat fol lowed by Lady Pospolite. China Town, who is improving, was fourth, Fort Prior fifth, and Coondoo sixth. Blake, rider of Cottesloe Beach, was caught nap ping, as he should have won. Only four faced the starter in the First Division. Thormont opened favourite at 6 to 4, 'and^remained at that, price, until barrier r«se. Twos were on offer for Brearley, 5 to 2 Hazel Dawn, and sevens -Devil's Wing. Thormont got the best -of the start, and led all the way, win ning easily. Brearley, who ran well throughout, was ...

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

A FAMOUS PICTURE. Most of Millet's pictures are gen eral favourites to-day, even with people who know very UttTe of art and artists. 'The Angelus' and 'Tie Gleaners' are no doubt best known, and varying sized copies, of good, bad, and uiduterent ment, adorn many a wall in homes where they are just simply 'pictures.' The hard and disappointing life of their creator, Jean Francois Millet, is not dreamed of by many admirers of his work. He died in 1875 at the age of 60, after a life spent almost entirely in struggling for recogni tion—at times, even for bread. Year after year the Paris Salon rejected his pictures; year after year he had the mortification of seeing his price less canvases go to half-appreciative buyers for sums that would not keep him in food for above three months. When at last recognition came he was a prematurely old man, and his death was certainly hastened by the privations of his life. 'The Gleaners' was painted in 1857. It sold for 2000 fanes. The celebrated 'Ang...

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

Boxing As anticipated, Billy Miske did not last long with Dempsey. , In the third round the aspirant - to Jack's crown was smashed into ob livon. We now await the Cali fomian's contest with Dempsey. We note with considerable plea sure that the Perth Promoting Com pany is at last doing something to foster the novices in this State. The guarantee of £150 in prize money, and a right to fight in Sydney for the AustraUan amateur * champion ships are' offered, and the nomina tions are pouring in. In Sydney the tournament is drawing to a close, while in Brisbane the contests to decide who will represent the ba nana State are exciting great in terest. Who knows but that this State might hold another . Fred Kay; anyway, the local. tournament and the trip East will give our pro mising champions an opportunity of showing. their .mettle., New Zealand has proved a verit able enchanted cave for AustraUan boxers. Our heavyweight cham pion has taken an hotel, and with. Mrs. Lloyd has settled down. ...

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

JOHN LAWSON, Running a Very Successful Season at the King's Theatre.

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The Ladies Section Who's Where [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

I The Ladies Section Who's Where Wedded last Wednesday, Mr. Ar thur Ramsbottom, secretary of the Subiaco A.L.P., and selected Labour candidate for that suburb, and Miss **? Gladys Milligan, of North Perth. The pretty little ceremony, officiated over by Canon Marshall, was wit nessed by a few friends and rela i tives at St. John's Hall, after which « the party adjourned to Mrs. i^. Keough's refreshment establish m± ment, where a large number of ^B guests sat down to an exquisite wed ^p- ding breakfast^. The usual speeches r were made and toasts drunk, after ; which the company indulged in - m dancing and other such frivolous ? ° amusement until a late hour. Amongst those present were the ^ bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milli gan, Miss Maisie Milligan, the -- groom's mother (Mrs. Ramsbottom) -i and Miss Ramsbottom, Mr. D. i Dempster, Mr. W. Cockburn, Miss i V. Mack, Miss Lawrence, Mr. Brown, V Miss Dean, Mr. Jack Dean, Mr. Geoff I Trewenack, Miss Newman, *3ttd Miss I Hope. The Misses ...

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Pars-Pungent and Polite [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 12 September 1920

Pars — Pungent and Polite Says the daily grind: 'Unusual stipulations are made in the will of the late Mr. Frederick Pincott, solicitor. ? The testator left some £12,000 to relatives and friends. 'On' no account,' he declared in his will, shall my trustees or any bene ficiary take the opinion of any court or judge, or of any so-called 'counsel' or lawyer, on- the con struction of my will, or the trusts thereof, or waste money in litiga tion. Any beneficiary taking or instituting any such proceedings shall absolutely forfeit any benefit or interest that such beneficiary may take under the trusts and dis positions of my will.' ' Well, that's a tip from the stable alright! We suggest that the late gentleman's relatives might find a suitable epitaph for his tombstone in a certain ancient Gaelic grave yard — 'A lawyer, not a thief, lies here.' Mr. Angelo is an enthusiast for his electorate, the Gascoyne, and seeing that half the States of Eu rope are smaller than the tract of country he ...

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

Turf Tattle (By Cricklewood, Junr.) Helena Vale next Saturday. Andronicus is not bad. Evident ly we have a pair of straight-goers in Messrs. O'Brien and Gunzburg. Andronicus has started eight times here. Won 3 times, second twice, and third twice. Don McDonald won a double at Canning Park last week with Sai ma and Nystad. Saima' is some class. The Hunters' Race at Canning Park last week provided a rattling finish, six horses being abreast when the winning post was reach ed. The judge was the only person in a position to judge the winner. Many thought Rossville won, while others were of the opinion that Mandigo just got there. Eurythmic won the Memsie Stakes at Caulfield last Saturday, starting at 'the remarkable odds of 20 to 1 against. It was hard to understand that the West Austra lian colt should start at such re munerative odds, as nearly all the weekly papers in Victoria tipped the son of Eudorus to win. He is engaged in the Caulfield Cup with 8.9 (for which event he is favour ...

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

Hie West Australian Trotting Association (Incorporated.) Saturday, September 18 SWAN HANDICAP VU Miles STAKES £500. SEVEN EVENTS. % A. R. FLINT, Secretary.

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