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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

POYAL HOTEL I PERTH I | REVISED PRICE LIST. I AUGUST, 1920. ^Australian Whisky .. .. ? 4 0 7 3 pcotch Whisky (Own Bottling) ? 8 6 ipriiids. (Australian) ? 8 6 Special scotch ? 99 Ktea Special -J ? 10 6 IpTo. 10, Demur's, King George, Green Stripe, D.C.L., |H Jameson ? 10 0 iBed Collar, Gaelic, Thome's, Crawford ? ? 10 0 Ipennessy * Brandy ? 8 3 16 0 PBhat. Tanunda ? 6 0 9 6 liPenfbld's, Milne's, Samson, and Irvine's Brandy ... 6 0 96 ifcmdut Freres ? 6 0 9 6 iBtae Circle ? 8 6 pin (Old Tom or Dry) ? 6 3 9 ^ pffin; Brind's (J Bottle) ? ?' 4 0 bun ? : ? .: ? 7 0 90 f port Wine.. ? 2 030 36 60 66 gabon, Union, Swan, and Bed Castle Ale, per bottle 0 11 iEmu* Union, Swan, and Bed Castle Ale, per dozen 11 0 pBmu, Union, Swan, and Bed Castle Stout, per bottle 0 11£ pSmu, Union; Swan, and Bed Castle Stout, per dozen 11 6 * '?:.. Packing Extra. ? f W. N. JONES, Proprietor. BEAUFORT ARMS, HOTEL , COBNEB BEAUFQBT and NEWCASTLE STBEETS. | 'PHONE 4952. | GEORGE T. JEFFS ? Proprietor. E Bottle De...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

Make No Mistake Hi 'Geraldi' j Macaroni Company, 65 ESSEX-ST., FBEMANTLE. - We Manufacture High-Class? Macaroni and Vermicelli, and| guarantee the purity and nutriti ous qualities of our goods. . ' HOTEL F&EMANTU5 A Popular House for Residence and Refreshments. ? BILLY BOOLTEB, The Cheery Proprietor. Clarendon Hotel FITZGERALD and JOHN ; STREETS, WEST PERTH. ? EMU BEER. _' W. BROPHY, Proprietor. The Federal Hotel FREMANTLE. GEO. JOHN, Proprietor. - SWAN BEER QNLY ._ J3SNELLC E0TEL . GOSNELLS. Fremantle Footballers, where to Sunday? Why not GosneU's? CtoB Football and Sports Ground. - STANLEY D. BELOT. (L»te AXF.). . City HoteU CORNER KING and MTTRRAYS STREETS. 1^ nRST GLASS ACCOMMODATION \ AND LIQUORS. : Telephone, A4D94. . i JACK BODGERS. j '' — ' — ?? 4 ? ; \ i A PINE SUBURBAN HOUSE, NORWOOD 1 HOTEL 1 Lord Street Close to LotonTark. ,' SPECIAL PROVISION FOR \ MOTORISTS. A. E. DOUN, Proprietor. Boiei Kalp[!le, CORNER LORD and WELLING TON STREETS. ; SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION. ?...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Potsdam in Perth Atrocious Court-Martial Decision Perth. Officer—Who Served with credit at War—Condemned by Servile, LicK-spittle Court—On Word of one Knighted General—in [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

Potsdam in Perth Atrocious Court-Martial Decision Pertfc Officer-Who Served witK credit at War-Condemned by Servile, Lr|ck-spittle Court— On Word of ? one Knifgnted General — in face of Sworn Evidence of Nine Other Witnesses Last week a 'General Court Mar i. ; rial' sat in Perth, Australia, at an * expense of over £200 to the poor old taxpayer, to decide whether a * certain officer in the permanent forces was inebriated or not dur ing the visit of Albert Edward Christian George, etc, to this State. No less than six military heads ith uniform, leggings, brass hats, gold braid, stars, ribbons, crowns, sainbrowns, and swords— all swords, sat in judgment on the unfortunate officer, and one civilian lawyer— the only' civilian present — attended to defend him. For the defend* four witnesses gave, evidence of having been with the' accused during the whole of the evening in question, and his be ing perfectly, sober. Five other witnesses, including Constable Green— also gave evi dence of the...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

At the Criterion Hotel, Hay |teefet.rrSTOn Beer at its best. Reg Harrison, proprietor.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

U in Danger of losing your Sole, go to — 0. H. COPPERWAITE, BOOTMAKER, P4CKENHAM STREET, FRSMANTLS.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Racing Comments HELENA VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

Mm Comments HELENA VALE. The Helena Vale Race Club held a meeting yesterday under exquis ite weather conditions. The atten dance was large and good fields con tested the numerous events, of which some close finishes were witnessd. Secretary *Jack' Hayes had every* thing in apple-pie order, and the day passed without a hitch in the arrangements. ? u ? « ? The programme opened with the Blackboy Hurdle Race. Miamui was taken out, leaving a field of seven runners. Jerilderie opened favourite at 5 to 2, with fours on offer about Bariowerie and Loch Sure. Captain Alcock was quoted at fives, and Warambie sixes. Jer ilderie was the medium of solid sup port, eventually finishing at 7 to 4. Good money also came for Waram bie and started second favourite at 9 to 2, while Bariowerie drifted to sixes, and Loch Sure to fives. Bar iowerie made the early running. The first time round Bobinski fell at the first jump in the straight, and Yar randale came down at the last. Be tween the seven and eight...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
NEW YORK EXPLOSION Arrest Made. Vancouver, Sept. 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

NEW YORK EXPLOSION: 1 Arrest Made. -;9 Vancouver, Sept. 17m An ex-employe of the FreM Trade Commissioner's Office, Nn York, has been arrested in Cana|| in connection with the New Y«M explosion. He is stated to had sent warnings to friends on Wsj Street noticing them that a bog| outrage would be attempted. £S man is named Fischer, and is sa| to be a Bolshevik. It is pointa out, however, that the suggest™ of a bomb outrage was put forwafl before any evidence could possiM have been examined. In man circles it is believed that the inal eni has beeft^seized upon to bolsn up the increasingly unpopular PjM mer- anti-radical campaign. f3 Fischer incident js being widely -9 counted as a frame-up. S

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CYCLING. Midland District Road Race. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

CYCLING. ' Midland District Road Bace. The Midland Junction and District Bicycle Race was held yesterday over the Midland JunctionGuild ford-Caversham course (16 miles). Following are the results: — Brindley (hep. 8 min.), time 49min. 30sec ? 1 W. Smith, jun. (8 min.), 49 min. 31 sec ? 2 Cintenden (7min.), 49 min. .. 3 Strickland was fourth, Arnold fifth, , and King sixth. Fastest un placed, W. C. Smith, scratch, 43 min. 20 sec ? We .are pleased to state Mr. Tom Duff was not- seriously hurt on Fri day, and will probably be about in a few days again. '

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
COAL CRISIS. Parties in Conclave. London, Sept. 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

COAL CRISIS. - Parties in Conclave. ill ? ? .jH London, Sept. ltIM lhe Daily Herald' (Labour) .gm gards the resnlt of the conferefflfl between t'ie Miners Executive . ajofl the Go^rnment as a foregone con elusion. It is considered chat {39 Miners' rei^resentatives will not £mH go their demand for an immedij^H increase in wages, while the Gove^H ment appears to be .utterly una^H to grasp this fact that the men.,aH in no humour to be trilled w^th JESfl this count. They are willing jM leave the price of domestic coal tc|H wUllilll.o;.' '11, UUl. WC UUVCU1IKM liiive evidently interpreted this asM sign cf weakness. If the crisisjB allowed 'o corae to a head, -H *' Herald' continues, a struggle :Wm be precipi:ated out of which =»^m^ anything might emerge, and an JH j?eal is made to the Prime Minisn to use every effort to convince mH colieague? that the nation stands |9 the edge of an abyss of revoluti^M into which it may be flung headlpM at the least false step. ?fl

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 — 19 September 1920

Pars— Pungent and Polite Now that \o& Presbyterian Metho dist and Congregational Churches have resolved on amalgamation, our Sporting and Religious Editor sug gests that the united body should be known as the Prebymethylation ist Church. Militant Anti-Militarism: — Pekin, Sept. 14. An unverified report from Hong kong says that an anti-militarist force under General -Chang has cap tured Waichow, and is attempting to restore Canton as the seat of Con stitutional Government in China. Poor old Mars hasn't a friend left en Earth— outside of W.M.H. Billy Hughes' Latest: — 'What is the matter with the La bour Party? Its soul is dead, but its body goes marching on. Once it was pleasing to the eye, but now it seems to have become possessed of a devil.' 'Pleading to the eye!' That's more man could ever be said of W3I.H. Anyhow, Billy, you'd bet ter look out — when devil's are cast out they generally enter swine! A bloque 'named Henley has been asking for. a Royal Commission on women i...

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 — 19 September 1920

Tweaks and Squeaks ? n Of course he. is just the glassy— Bottle King Don Curtis. A lot of people went to hear Sun dar Sadh Singh. But a lot more would rather hear Stella Starr sing. A sensation was lately created in Perth by the sight of Albany Bell eating one of his own pasties. The preacher tells the members of his church all about God, but ihe members of his church tell the prea cher all about the members of his church. Many women are cold, but few ars frozen. Three mo' cars outside a Barrack street photographers, whilst the oc cupants were having a matrimonial photograph taken bore the legend, 'Buy Peace Bonds.' We hope they did, , On seeing the Mundaring Weir overflowing our editor stated he was prepared to shoot it. A ldt of peo ple (including Scadden) would like to shoot our editor. Scene outside McCarthy's in tHe thirsty hour: — *? 'Please, sir, I donit suppose you don't know of no body thaj; don't want to hire nrihody to do nothing, doun't you?' ,'ffi 'Yes, I doh't. Heard i...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

SCENE FROM 'HIS LITTLE WI DOW.' COMING TO HIS MAJESTY'S. ' ' An Impending Breach of Promise HAS AjBENUIMS HAPPY ENDING. j A LOCAL WEDDING COUPLE. All the world loves a lover, and everyone loves a happy ending to a ? j love affair, such as a couple recently experienced in the Claremont dis- 1 trict. j » Aj| engagement of twelve months' standing between a young cou- I pie was broken off last month through the malicious offices of a third | party, and it seemed as though the wedding bells would never ring for 1 them. But one day last week the youngNlady calling on a friend was admiring her fine furniture. J 'Yes,' saidHhe friend, 'I got it from , j THE FACTORY WHERE IT IS MADE, j and where you know you are getting what you pay for. I have to i go there to-day, you must come down with me. 1 The girl consented, and they went to Fremantle together to the J Furniture Factory of MESSES. NICHOLS & ETHEL, in ESSEZ-ST. | There she was enthralled by the wonderful goods presented in the ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
EX-SERVICE IMMIGRANTS.' London, Sept 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

ex-service immigrants:^! T^nn A nn Rant \*7'^A Three parties of ex-Service immi grants leave for Victoria within In next few days. li

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Points for Punters and Pugs Turf Tattle RACING AND TROTTING [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

Nnls for Pinters aid Nf$ (By Our Special Correspondent.) Turf Tattle RACING AND TROTTING (By Cricklewood, Junr.) ; Goodwood next Saturday. Wanted:— More .owner! of the O' Brien and Gunzberg type. These owners of Aridronicus have been the most consistent we have had for many a day.. — 1#— 'Last week's trotting meeting was 'i- anything but interesting, and a con . tinuance of such racing will soon '- have an ill-effect on the game. At this meeting bookmakers made « things very willing! therefore we can ' thoroughly understand why there - were so many non-triers. ?? We are pleased to note tnat other ! newspapers are backing up the '?- ' 'Mirror's' lead with reference to the '* Bookmakers' Combine at the Trots. *» Sam. Mackay leaves for England ' on October 14. Hymettus is the only horse tojvin * the Menzies Stakes and Caulfield Cup in one year. Eurythmic won the ? .Menzies Stakes this year and looks t' 4ike capturing the Cup at Caulfield ^ next month. Z- ? Eurythmic is still favourite ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Cables COUNCIL OF ACTION. Explains Further. London, September 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

Cables COUNCIL OF ACTION. H Explains Further, ' . i London. September 17. -? The Council of. Action has issued! a manifesto in which it charges *hfj Government with hypocritical dptll ble dealing in the Kameneff afiaiijja 'When the Poles, victims of Fi-anda British imperialistic duplicity, ao9 peared to be on ther last legs, ahqj| about to crumple up before thcl3$S viet advance, Mr. Lloyd Georjpjl came to us to help him out of the! sorry scrape he- had , landed hiniseH in by acting as intermediories io ot|| tain the best possible terms for iasm dupes. In the interests of peace, wn agreed, but no sooner, did the tidej 49 battle tuqi in favour of the Pole^ than he be^an to hedge and trim! and now he has the brazen audacitvl to charge us as with a crime for enj tering into negotiations which ha himself suggested.' '^m [Note.— An earlier message stala ed: 'The .Council of Action haslijil teryened in the Lloyd G-eorge-KanJji eneff correspondence with an allegal tion that the Prime Minist...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TROTTING BOOKMAKERS. "Mirror's" Remarks Bearing Fruit. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

TROTTING BOOKMAKERS. I?' 'Mirror's' Remarks Bearing- Fruit. K- Last Sunday The Mirror had some tkq thing to say about the devious ?pdodges of Trotting 'Bookies^' We llftregrc^ that our remarks have an Hfcnoyel|some of these gentlemen — but I|| that isn't our fault. We stated the ?JKK&cts as we found them, and can m -guarantee that 90 per cent, of the [^sporting fraternity endorse our re g^marks to the hilt. |w It isn't often that a staid old hack [p&ke the 'West Australian' lets her i&'self go, but on two separate- ocea ns sons this week letters were publish pted-^-with the obvious approval or K their sporting editor— heartily back-. Hj&'ang up The Mirror's protest. Ek '' We learn that the matter is to be raf&aken farther, and can practically llpEiroxaise our readers that the little llpwhispering gallery down W.A.C.A. ^&ay will not last out another meet WSk'

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
INDUSTRIAL AFFAIRS. The English Position. Electricians' Dispute. London, Sept. 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

INDUSTRIAL AFFAIRS. I The English Position. M Electricians' Dispute. ;J London ? Seot. l7'J-% The electricians having resumn work, a conference is sitting on fin grievances of the men. The laUfl have agreed to forego their JemaM that foremen must join the lining and the conference is now proceedioM to deal with outstanding questio^l

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SWING'S EXPENSES. Great and Glorious'Jag. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

I'' SWING'S EXPENSES. ^ Great and Glorious 'Jag. Ig?.;. Judge Ewing had a glorious time |||bn the Northern Territory stunt. I|p3e went north to find Gilruth arid iaCo. guilty of all- sorts of corruption. IpBot before he. went- he had to get jpa rig-out of tropical clothing for hinv B^Self, Mrs. E., and tipstaff. The bill mgame to about £400— which the Com gaaonwealth Treasiiry was expected l&ajjay. Quite a number of other p£tiue items went on the exes, list — iparios for the young Ewings, and the ^Tropical, eh 5 Ask us, and we gpckon Jthe gentle, judge boTjght gfitothing enough — tropical clothing, |«iuKi you— to see him through eter P; According to a news item a new piotel being built in Chicago will pbave four thousand bedrooms. It 0» said to be just the place for guests Ipriih large families. lr ?'?' ' ' III' 'And Billy 'tighes promised us a. Hand fit for 'erfles to live in ! ' shout ped a houseless ? demobbed one dig y^astedly outside of Jerry Ryan's. P 'WM,^oti*ve got r...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
IRELAND. Railway at a Standstill. London, Sept. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

IRELAND. | Railway at a Standstill. |f ?' London, Sept. 16.11 VJwing to the refusal of railway! men to .carr3- troops and munitions the railway services throughout lira land are rapidly coming to a stang still. The Government are endea vouring to arrange motor service] over some of the most importanj routes. . , -||

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