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

The Chevrolet appeals especially to the man ^'who drives for Profit ; who wants a Comfortable good looking car that is easy to handle and economic to operate. v -The Chevrolet has an y enviable record for dependable transportation and the valve-in-head motor gives plenty of powar at a low cost per mile. Skipper Bailey Motor Co., Ltd* Distributing Agents* GLOBE HOTEX, WELLINGTON-STREET, PERTH (Opposite Bailway Station). F. DAY. : : : Licensee. TTThe Prince's Visit— — Don't Fail to Patronise the American Bar at the Try Our Royal Fizz!^- The Original American Bar. Established 10 Years. Under Management of J. Lane. Proprietor - - - J. T. Cttowrey THECAFE(Late Burlington Cafe) — - PACEENBAM-STBEET, FREMANTLE. For Sunday Dinner and Tea and every other meal. JEvery feed is Delicious, wholesome, and at Popular Prices. The Mirror will Reflect You J|aa Well-Suited after a Tisit to ? ^ . 43lNlvJvJ \C0RNERy V Barrack and Murray Streets W- ? ' — — — { I The Clothier and Outfitter, p Everything i...

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

ERN HICKLING. Apostle of the Fistic Art.

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

Canning Park {Gallops The Canning Park Turf Club's July Meeting took place yesterday in dull weather. The attendance was a satisfactory one. The results were as follow: — ' Canning Hurdle Race, of SO sovs., second 10, and third 5 sovs. from the stake. About two miles. J. G. Grant's BARLO-WERIE, by Graf ton— Oread, 103 (Pin kus) ? 1 Good Turn, 9.0 (Leonard) .... 2 Lock Sure, 9.0 (Spiers) ? 3 Other starters: Miarnui, li.4 (O' Rourke); Henry Clay, 10.7 (Walk er); Yarandale, 102 i McCann); Mercuric, 9.0 (Bennett) ; Una Joy, 9.0 .(Watts); Mygales, 9.0 (Heffer man). Dividends (for 10/-): S.O., £3/2/-; place, 19/-, 22/-, 26/-. Betting: 3 to 1 agst Jerilderie, 4 to 1 B-ARLO-WERIE, 0 to 1 Good Turn, 7 to 1 Henry Clav or Lock Sure, 10 to 1 Miarnui, 12 to 1 My gales, 15 to 1 Una Joy, 33 to 1 Mer curic. Won by half a head, with two lengths between second and third. Time, 4 min. (Winner trained by T. Tighe). First Class Plate, of 90 sovs.; second 15, and third 10 sovs. from the stake. Six furlon...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
V.R.C. Grand National Meeting NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE WON BY IOLAUS. Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 11 July 1920

V.R.C. Grand National Meeting NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE WON BY IOLATJ8. Melbourne, Saturday. At Flenungton this afternoon, in fine weather, the V.R.C. Steeple, chase Meeting was successfully con cluded. The attendance was a splen did one. The principal event was won by Iolaus from Kinlark and Doiran. Following are the results. — ^^ Lawn Handicap.--Six furlongs. BATTLEPLANE, 9.11 (Foul sham) ? 1 Grey Abbey, 6.13 (Wise) .... 2 Thrapple, 6. 13 (Tagel) ? 3 Other starters: Whiz Bang, 9.13: Blue Cross, 8.13; Sinbad the Sailor, King's Bounty, 8.4; Lystnm, 83; Pannikin, 7.12; Whitadder, 78; Wanjel, 6.11; Welsh Maid, 6.9. Betting: 11 to 2 agst BATTLE PLANE, 12 to i Thrapple, 20 to 1 Grey Abbey. Won by a head, with a neck length between second and third. Time, 1 min. 14J sec. Doutta Oalla Hurdle Race.— Two and a quarter mi'es. BRIGHT PLUME, 110 (H. Cairns) ? i Sandule, 11.7 (Williams) .. .. 2 Mabu, 11.13 (Moon) .. ' ? 3 75ther starters: Will Comfort. 11.13; TuUiah, 10.9: Leddington. 10.7; Ash vie...

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

COMMENTS ON YESTERDAY'S RACING. Barlo-werie, a strikinj reversal to Helena Vale running a fortnight ago. Loch Sure led all the way to the turn, but was easily beaten at the finish. Barlo-werie won bv half a head from Good Turn. Had the connections entered a protest for booring it looked odds on Grant's gelding losing the race. Jerildere never once looked dangerous. Hen ry Clay jumped very badly. Last week I stated Lockmaster was not ridden with much vigour at the fin ish of the First Class Plate, won by Very Faithful, but yesterday had no trouble whatever in downing Cherso, Very Faithful, and others Peterwongie, the medium of good support at long odds, was beaten by half a head bv Blue Eady. No doubt horsemanship won this race. Spy scope finished well into third posi tion. Only four runners went to the post for the principal race of the day, and Springmount opening at evens, eased to 7 to 4, although the official price is given as 6 to 4, there was plenty of 7 to 4 at the barrier ri...

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

FISHER BEARD Aim co. FBEMANTLE.

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

FISHER BEARD AND CO. FREMANTLE. WINTER SALE NOW ON.

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EAST v. SOUTH FREMANTLE. A Reversal of Form. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 11 July 1920

EAST v. SOUTH FREMANTLE. A Reversal of Form. The unexpected happened when the two Port teams met yesterday. That past form plays no part in the result of a game between the Port Blues and Reds was evidenced at Fremantle Oval. Everything point ed in favour of East Fremantle team having victory, as they had a good team out, and were supposed to be in form. The teams were: — East Fremantle. — Black Lawn, Howson, Sheedy. Ion. Rawlinson, -Burns,,. Trtiscott, Bell, Riconi, Samp. ^Ison, Cinoris, Clarke, Mudie,' H. Brown. Strang, Wicks, and G. Brown South ' Fremantle. — Jack Callow, O'Donnell, M'Kay, Bateman. Adams. Hicks. Hawkins, Baker, Fry, Gun yon, Hardeman, Sykes, B. Campbell, Cooper, I. Campbell, Sutherland, Stuart, and J. Campbell. East seemed to have the best from the start, though South through the Campbell brothers drew first blood, but there was fair up and down play although the Red and Whites hn ished the first quarter two majors to the good. East never recovered from this lead...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Yesterday's Football. PERTH v. SUBIACO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 11 July 1920

Yesterday's Football. PEBTB v. SUBIACO. W.A.C.A. Grounds. The scores were as follow: — 1st quarter^ Per'h 3-2: Subiaco 2—3; 2nd qftiarter, Perth 7^-3. Subi aco 14: 3»d T45.JST. Perth T— 6, Sufciaco 9-S; finjd, Perth ?— 9. Su biaco 9—9. Perth~5l pis, Subiaco 66 pts. The selected teams were: — Perth; Gordon and Albert Watts. Evans, Hoft, W. Stooks i captain), Hewson, Love, M'Kenzie, Gaynor, Maggs, Menzies, Langland?, Hewb}1, Hall, Silverstone, Leslie, Rodger?, McCornish. Subiaco: Rawlings, Sexton, Brown Rodriques, Matthews, SteeT.e, Puddy, Ford, Green, Walters, Outridge (cap tain), Snow,- McClemente, Beasley, Murphy, Preedy, Morgans, Burchell. Umpire: 'Collins. Goalkickers:— Perth: Evans (2). Gaynor. Hall, A. Watts, G. Watts. Hoft. Subiaco: Morgans (4/, Puddy (2;, Rodriques, McClements, Outridge. The match was played on a sod den and boggy ground. Perth were minus . their champioa goakneak, - - Giese, while Subiaco were carrying to tyros in Brown and McClements. First Quartern-Evens, ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 11 July 1920

[?] Fiteroy (9^») beat 'South Mel bourne (8—14) . Carlton (S— 11) beat Richmond (3-syi Essendon (7—17) beat Melbourne (5—13). Collingwood (11 — 17) beat Gee long i5—8}.

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

WE RECOMMEND CHRIS. PIKE HAIRDRESSER & TOBAC CONIST. HIGH-STREET, FREMANTLE.

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Points for Punters [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 11 July 1920

PoJntsIf or Punters (By Our Special Correspondent.) a^ Racing at Belmont next Satur day. !? ? ? * ? ? - Another seven-event ^prpgrflmmg j ? ? . ? ?- '(The principal event — July Handi raRPrrWill be. run over a distanceof '^wfltrand a quavterTOifesT-antTit :car Ties a prize of 130 soys. ? ? ? There was an excellent attend ^^nce at the Goodwood meeting (held at Belmont Park) last week, when a seven-event programme was nin. Azampr won the Prince of JWales Handicap in convincing style from Springmount, with Nystad and Lajdy A.B. dead-heating for third place. The winner was tie most solidly backed horse in the. race. ? * * * The. successful jockeys during the afternoon were Leonard (twice), Brindley, Young, Nome, Chandler, and Morley. ♦ ? ? Bardus won his first race in this State when he captured the Second 'Class Plate. Now that he has open ed his winning account, better things may be heard of him in the near future. Very Faithful won the First Class Plate nicely, but nothing else in th...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 11 July 1920

As for female officers (teachers and others) the Government offered a rise of £18 per annum to those on salaries under £150 per annum: and of £12 to officers over that amount. (Long, loud, and derisive bootine). Finally, in tones of dead earnest ness, he communicated the recom mendation of the Disputes Commit tee:— 'That we see no alternative but to cease work forthwith.' (Deafening applause, mingled with shouts of

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

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Trotting CHARITY TROTTING MEETING Fine Attendance. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 11 July 1920

Trotting CHARITY TROTTING MSlTZHi Fine Attendance. A magnificent crowd turned sq at the W-A.C-A. ground last nigj to witness the W-A. Trotting Asa ciation's Charity fixture. Followin are .the results: — ? Maylands Handicap, of 50 sovs One mile and a quarter. tScratc mark, 2.35.) W. Dean's KOLA KING, scr. (Dean) ? - O.C 35 bhd (Wilkinson) ? i Cythera, 10 bhd. (Michael i .... Other starters: Kittie Belmopi scr.; Wilkes W., 10; Pasha's Beautil 15; Una Bells, 20; Annie Laurie. jS Palm Bearer, 40; Colin, 40; Roy,«l Temple Bells. 80. ? -| Betting: 3 to 1 agst Cythera, 4 9 1 KOLA KING, O.G., or Roy. 8 d 10 to 1 others. 1 'dividends: S.O., £2/18/-; piaol 14/-, 10/-, 9/-. ^ Won by 12 yards with 15 yds. M tween second and third. Pafl Bearer was fourth. Time. 3.14] Rates, 2.352, 2.34*. 2.37*. 1 BCbnont Handicap, of 50 sovs. Od mile and a quarter. ~--Scnn mark, 255.) r ^M Mr. J. D. Ewing's ALMOST G^k by Almost— Alia G., 35 bhd 1 (Wordsworth) ? 1 Parole's Honor, 10 bhd iPearn) | Never Despair, 5...

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THE END OF THE MITCHELL MINISTRY Civil Servants & Teachers Decide to StriKe "THE END OF THE MITCHELL MINISTRY." TEACHERS AND CIVIL SERVANTS ON STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 11 July 1920

THE, END MITCHELL MINISTRY _ * Civil Servants & Teachers Decide to Strike 'THE END OF THE MITCHELL MINISTRY.' TEACHERS AND CIVIL SIR. VANTS ON STRIKE. An enormous crowd, representing an overwhelming majority of the combined public servants of the State, filled His Majesty's Theatre yesterday afternoon. After a, 20. minutes delay, occasioned by the eleventh-hour delib*ratipj3£__of the Disputes Committee, the members of that body filed on to the stage, amidst deafening cheers. The Chairman, in brief and terse language, announced the result of their conference with Cabinet. The Government offered to permanent male Civil Servants a scale of in creases (based upon the rates of August 1st, 1919), varying from 1-8 per cent, to about 12$ per cent. (Uproar). . Continuing, he said that tempor ary officers would get a rise from 12/6 to 14/6 a day. (Derisive laugh ter). Colebatcb reciting the 'Bridge of Signs' to his fellow Ex-Premier MUehflU. 'Over the brink of it. Picture it, think of...

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FOOTBALL SCORES. Position Prior to Yesterday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 11 July 1920

FOOTBALL SCORES. Position Prior to Yesterday. P. W. D. For Agst. 1. Subiaco .... 5 3 1 .483 .430 2. West Perth . 5 3 I .434 .497 3. East Perth . 5 5 - .448 559 4. Perth . . . . 5 4 - .526 .570 5. E. Fremantle 4 5 - .577 .477 6. S. Fremantle 2 7 - .377 .501

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THE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 11 July 1920

THE STRIKE. Say what ye will, ye owls of night, The Strike upholds the cause of right; , The Strike compels the king to pause, The statesman to remould the laws. Say what ye wJB, yet, without ruth, The Strike drives home the bitter troth; The Strike tears off the mask of things; To mass and class the issue brings. Say what ye will, the Strike is good: It clean thjngs long misunderstood; It jolts the 8ooial mind awake, It forces men a stand to take. Say what ye win,* all else above, The Strike is war for bread and love; For raiment, shelter, freedom, aU The human race can justice caU. -?Govington HalL

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A Right Royal Turn Out [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 11 July 1920

A Right Royal Turn Out (By Our Big Brook Correspondent.) 'A cow got on the line.' — The dis loyal cow! Probably it came to see the other Moo-Cow. But he was asleep — so the daily press informs us. Had he been awake we should have considered the item worth re porting. The same reliable authority also tells us that he was leaning on his elbow when the accident occurred. We trust the bent elbow habit Is not becoming chronic. But then, the Royal whisky flask was very much in evidence. It should, however, be noted that Mr. Wales' whisky flask is always loaded with O.T. and soda. At least, that's the tale we are asked to serve out for the edification of wowsers. Some people think a wowser's eas ily fooled. But we never met one that couldn't sniff out his neigh bour's whisky plant. The Empiah's young hopeful got thoroughly upsel. Nobody seems to know just how it happened. The Mirror opines that the pre sence of Jawg F. Pearce on board was quite sufficient to knock the train off the rails. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MIDLAND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 11 July 1920

MIDLAND NOTES. The Loco. Shops men had a com pulsory parade jan Thursday to see the Prince's train rush through — a little conceit which meant twenty minutes lost labor of 1,505) men to the State, costing over £50. The co-operative movement seems to be growing in this district. The co-operative store at Midland Junc tion is apparently doing well, and ^ the Perth co-operative establish- , _ ment has opened a branch shop at West Guiidford, which seems to cater for a large number of resi- ? dents. That is as it should be. The co-operative movement has lag ged in Australia. Let us hope it will now push ahead, advancing from success to success; and that an institution capable of supplying the* '* people with all they need will soon be realised in this State. Poor old Midland — suffering fnyn an apathetic population, an anaemic Municipal Council, and too much Jimmy Morrison. ? ? . ? __ ^. What's the joke about the 'tin of sardines' that Corkscrew Jack told Teddy Princep's staff, but wasn'...

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