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Helena Vale [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

Helena Vale The Helena Vale Racing Club held a. meeting this afternoon in glorious racing weather. Following are the results: — BLACKBOY HURDLE RACE. Of 100 sovs., second 20 and third 10 sovs. from the stake; about two ' miles. T. Hinde's Jerilderie, by Lock - Shiel— Yanget, 10.12 (Dono van) ? T ? 1 Captain Alcock, 9.0 (Warne minde) ? 2 Barlo Werie, 40.10 (Pinkus) .... 3 Other starters: Bobinski, 10.3 (Godfrey); Yarandale, 105 (Mc Cann) ; Loch Sure, 9.6 (Heron) ; Wa rambie, 9.5 (Porter). Dividend (or 10/-): S.O.. £1/8/-; place.. 13/-, 24/-, 17/-. Betting: 7 to 4 agst Jerilderie. Won by a length and a half, with . one length between second and third. Time, 3 min. 58 4-5 sec. ' FIRST CLASS PLATE. Of 100- sovs.; second 20 and third 10 sovs. from stake. Six furlongs. J. F. G. Robinson's Sandfuse, (Sands of the Orient— Fuse), 6.13 (Biglands) ? .». .. 1 Kilmaine, 6.10 (Bowler) ....... 2 Captain Fox, 9.0 (Bax) ? 3 Other starters: Some Class, 8.4 (Bowden); Rouge Bow, 7.0 (Whe lan); V. King,...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Goldfields Racing Kalgoorlie Meeting Kalgoorlie, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

Goldfield^ Racing' ? \J ? RalgoorlieMeeting Kaleoorlie. Saturday. The Kalgoorlie Racing Club held a picnic meeting this afternoon. Following are the results:— FIRST DIVISION HANDICAP. Sx furlongs. ; Prince Halberd (72) . . ; . . l Ramuies (7.13) ? \.. 2 La Monte (6.10) ? ;.. 3 Other starters: Miss Perkeo, 6.10; Reconnoitre, 6.10; Helwan, 6.7. Betting: 6 to .4 agst Priffice Hal berd. SECOND DIVISION HANDICAP. Six furlongs. ''?? ? Tintagel (6.0) ? ../.. 1 O'Lorne (8.0) ? w- 2 OrTVvre inxi) rr: :. .... 3 ? Other starters: Jack Cosson, 8.7; Splice Gun, 8.7; Arguer, 8.0; China Town, 7.7; Glenfin, 7.0; Rotary, 7.4; Pistol Pete, 7.4; Delusive Hope, 7.0; Ngalrain, 7.0. Betting: 3 to 1 agst TintageL FOURTH DIVISION ANDICAP. Seven furlongs. Molly Ayrvffle (7.9) ? 1 Grenfore (8.0) ? 2 Skipboy (8.0) .. ? 3 Other starters: Kiltartan, 9.1; Ty anna, 8.10; OFvich, 8.9; Mazladdie. 8.7; Queen of Thessaly, 8.7; Ayr Son, 8.7; Milawa, 8.6; Lady Fidelis, 8.6; Mazacoma, 82: Genista, 7.0; Locked Band, 7.0;...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

NOTES. During the progress of the Swan Handicap Louise Delavan broke a blood vessel, and after being brought into the saddling paddock died from hemorrhage. A special meeing is to be heid by the Association on Wednesday aitcr ndon next for the purpose of consid more bookmakers for the enclosure, and having them placed singly, in stead of in pairs, as at the present time. It is also proposed to shift them away from the front of the stand to another portion of the ground. We are pleased to note that the Association has decided to take some action in this matter. The vet. did not consider it as essary to hold a postmortem exjin inatior. as to the cause of the deal] of Louise Delavan. ^The mare dia from internal bleedng. '^M The stewards opened an. inqtud into the improved form shown ll Zillah Hook as compared .with 1£h mare's previous running. '\J Enquiries were also opened inl the performances of Dixedo and Mj opia. In all cases the investiM tions have been adjourned tiii Moi day. 1J ...

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TROTTING 3OOth Electric Light Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

TROTTING 3OOtH Electric Light Meeting' — \j4 There was a large attendance at the Trots last night. The stands distributed to bookmakers are still unaltered, and the crushing in the betting ring continue. It is up to the Association to make some al teration in this respect. Moran, the driver of Lady Wilde, was cautioned for not keeping his' ground in the opening raee of the evening. BELMONT HANDICAP. Mile and a quarter. Scratch mark 235. Mr. 'E. Roberts'' ch. m. Lady Wilde, by Van Roy— Picanniny Mare, 20 bhd (Moran) ? 1 Strathmore, 30 bhd (Riddett) .. 2 Never Despair, 25 bhd (Bucking ham) ? 3 Other starters: Valdex, Jack Wil kes, scr.; Lucky Patch, Dearest Rib bon, 5; Bentree,-15; Parole's Hon or, 20; Prince Mauritius, Lady Fair, Baby Cleve, Colin, 25; Bell Kola, 30 Ostic, Tiny Ribbons, 40. ? Betting: 6 to 4 agst Lady Wilde, 5 to 1 Jack Wilkes or Baby Cleve, 7 to i imy KiDDons, 10 to 1 others. Tote dividends: S.O., £?/14/ place, 10/-, 13A, 28A Dearest Ribbon led for a lap, when Lady ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Belmont Bangs [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

Belmont Bangs — o^ — (By 'Solon,') 'Hammer and Tacks' has arrived, from the fields, and will be nding - at Helena Vale Races. $ 'Dadda' is in great form at pre sent, and will soon be our leading heavy-weight. _jj Wake up Mirror and send a few boys out this way on Sunday with your papers. They sell like hot ^ cakes. (Recommend some live agent, 'Solon.') When will the police stop those ,, motor cycle hogs who ryjdi through j this suburb every Sunday afternoon -jS at 70 miles an hour. Probably the * police would have to shoot the hogs to stop them, but the public must be protected. (When they run into a 'John Hop' something may be done. — Ed., Mirror). 'Never die' has the largest string ; of horses in training at present. '— 'Stem Roller' had a good time at the fields. Our swimming champions are get ting' ready for coming events. Jack Reilly is expected down from ** Wagin, and Jim McMahon from Kowlyn way. So Enneri Taylor and 'Bendigo Jack' Brown had bet- , ter look to their laurels. '...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Reflections. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

Reflections. A small boy whose record for de portment at school had always stood at 100, came home one day recently with his standing reduced to 98. 'What have you been doing, my son?' asked his mother. 'Same as ever,' said the boy, 'only the teacher caught me this time.' ? rt ? Father, teaching his six-year-old son arithmetic by giving a problem td bis wife,, begs his son to listen. ' Father: 'Mother, if you had a dol lar, and I gave you five more, what would you have?' Mother (replying absently) : 'Hys- terics.' There was a case in court involv ing the ownership of an eight-day clock. After listening to the par ties the Judge said to the plain tiff: 'You get the clock.' 'What do I get?' complained the defendant. 'You get the eight days.' 'Now, that we are settled in out new- home,' said the bride, 'don't you think it would be a good idea to give a little dinner to some of otu friends? Ill cook the dinner my self.' * TTes,' replied her husband, look ing up from his plate. 'I think ...

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

The High Cost of Lfvi*g Can Be Rtxfuoftd by , I . DOHHSTIC ECONOMY. £? HI/xmJdnftge*n» «V-ftdtt.0O- MJtrsarine. mum, so I bought 'alt s pound of batter fr .??;?? . m« rebrtitute.' | Jfefcfctfiff , Your Grocer for the I iMCo. faanut Margarine p S3EF3 YOU GHET IT-'. t ? ' ' ? ? :? Th«i« is no othev just ass good. b DrinK BUD Ales and Stout - i ^Seldom Equalled— y . Never Surpassed. li. JL SNIGG (SS) v Bwraek and Murray Streets £fh£ Clothier and Outfitter. fe^yfliiiig in* [MEN'S WEAR in Stock from a BootlaceJ to an Overcoat. 3WAN — ALE= Latest Sale CTe^rev Stale I' SAVOY HOTEL ZbiKMoocm And- most Elegantly-Furnished and Up-to-Date Hotel g «qmplete in tveiy detail, and, under its capable management, the jtamfartit of a Perfect Home -are assured. The Cuisine and Service will iTiiijiwn rnininrnhlj with any Hotel in England, America, or the Gon inenL Ring *Phone A1047, or Telegraph \ * 'SAVOY HOTEL, PERTH.' BOWRA&ODEA UNDERTAKERS r OSNSBftX FUNERAL FURNISHERS kCBSA&, OAK an...

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

I*- & O- HOTEL, , HXGB-STBEET, FREMANTLE. LEADING COMMERCIAL and FAMILY HOTEL. Close Harbour, Esplanade, and Public Gardens. COMPLETELY RENOVATED THROUGHOUT. TeL B414. ROBERT C. McCUTCHEON Proprietor. MOAVA CAFE, HAY STREET PERTH Banquets, Picnics, Weddings, and all kinds of Parties catered for on the most lavish scale. Quotes obtainable on application. All charges strictly moderate. SAUL EPSTEIN, Proprietor. The 'W DOUBLE, franantfc ASK FOR LIST. COMMERCIAL HOTEL FREMANTLE, The Port's Leading Hotel. JOE STRONG, Proprietor

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

FISHER U £ QL ADELAIDE STREET, FREMANTLE Ladies!!! Spring & Summer Dress Essentials should be obtained now, while our showing of the latest and most attractive of the new season's goods is at its best. Prices, you'll observe, are decidedly low, and quality is of .me standard only— the best/ Ladies' Costumes, Blouses, Underclothing Department. Ladies' Fine White Voile BLOUSES, roll collar and long sleeves, with button, cuff. SPECIAL PRICE, 8/11. Ladies' White Muslin BLOU SES, daintily trimmed Val. in sertions and Val. lace edgings on collar and cuffs. SPECIAL PRICE, 12/6 Each. Dainty White Voile BLOU SES, with fine Val. lace trim mings, three-quarter or full length sleeves. , SPECIAL PRICj;, 15/6 Each. Good Quality Striped ? Cam bric BLOUSES, women's and O.S. SPECIAL PRICE, 10/6 Each. Dainty White Voile One-piece ROBES, nicely trimmed lace and insertion and finished spokestitching on blouse. SPECIAL PRICE, 63/-. Pretty Designs in Floral Voile v ROBES, draped skirts, collars *...

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Boxing THE STORY OF JOE BECKETT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

Boxing THE STORY OF JOE BECKETT. — u— From a well-known English sport ing paper we clip portions of an in teresting story of the life of the great boxer Joe Beckett. He tells the tale in his own language and readers will doubtlessly find it an absorbing chronicle. The second instalment will be found in our next week's issue. The life of a boxing champion may be likened to the showman's swings, in that it is a case of ups and downs. It is -easy when it is all ups, but full of difficulties when a boxer comes right up against the downs. I have experienced both sides in my career as a professional boxer, and need I say that I prefer the ups? I don't know at what stage of my boxing career it dawned on me that I might one day win the heavy weight championship of Great Bri tain, but I did win it, as everyone knows, and although I have never worn the Lonsdale heavy-weight belt, I have a gold championship belt which -was given to me by Mr. C. B. Cochtan after I had proved my undisputed right...

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

-? TRY THE DAfSY VACUUM CLEANER. Takes the dirt out of Mattresses, Carpets, Nasty Novels, and Scad dan's Scurrilities. NEWCASTLE CLUB HOTEL, FREMANTLE. v The Ideal Meeting Ground and' Re sidential. TOM RYAN, Proprietor. FOB GOOD BREAD. C. M. BEGAN, BAKER, EAST FREMANTLE. At the Criterion Hotel, Hay street. — Swan Beer at its best. Reg Harrison, proprietor. Wanted.— A one-legged man to make hops for a brewery.

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

His Majesty's Theatre Direction ? Harry Rickard's Tivoli Theatres Ltd. COMMENCING TUE.SDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 10 NIGHTS' JOY SEASON. HUGH McINTOSH'S FAMOUS PLAYERS COMPANY Headed by MINNIE LOVE. THREE GORGEOUS MUSICAL REVUES. 'AS YOU WERE' (FOR FOUR NIGHTS). 'HIS LITTLE WIDOW' (FOR THREE NIGHTS). 'F P F' (FOR THREE NIGHTS). PLAN AT NICHOLSON'S. Grand Theatre Theatre Royal Direction ----- T. COOMBE Watch for it! And This One! The Most MOVING Picture since Pictures began ? 'The Miracle Mai' It is a Miracle Picture. A Story as Great in theme as Life itself, as beautiful as Paradise, as inspiring as the Thunder of a Grand Organ. Sensational ! Startling ! i Problematical ! Hie Victim' The Story of a Mau who would uot Speak to Save His Life. .

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

ZONA PILE CURE. NEVER FAILS. PRICE, 3/6. Post Free. Write for Particulars — GIBSON, CHEMIST, FREMANTLE. HAVE A SPOT? LET'S GO DOWN TO THE FREEMASON'S HOTEL, South Terrace, Fremantle. Swan Beer and Other- Dinkum Drinks, CHARLIE ROBINSON, Proprietor.

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

UNION -- BEER r^::, FAMOUS

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

J* BALFOUR ? COMMISSION AGENT, « MARKEMTBEET, - FREMANTLE. I Commnnieate \vith Bobart. ' At the Criterion ilotei, . Hay strtet.-^Swaa Bfter at its t«rt.' Rs*r HartfSBii,' ^opitetor.

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"THE MIRACLE MAN." A Vital Living Thing. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

'THE MIRACLE MAN.' ? u ? A Vital Living Thins. From the sordid slums of New York's Chinatown to the grandeur of high mountains and the majesty of the ocean— that is the range of the setting in 'The Miracle Man,' a big new Paramount-Artcraf t Roy alty Masterpiece which is coming to the Grand on Oceober 18th. The same expansiveness of vision is re flected in the absorbing story, writ ten by Frank L. Pachard, later dra matised by George M. Cohen, and produced with striking success on Brnadwav. . ' The central figure is a whitehair ed patriarch, who lives in the hills near the sea, and has reputed power to heal the sick and cripled. Tom Burke and his band in their haunt in the New York underworld read of his miracles, and conceive the idea of capitalising them for their own gain. So they go to the town where the old man lives and frame up a miracle with him: To their surprise, they discover'that he really possesses the healing powers credited to him. Gradually, under the beneficient inf...

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Mimes, Mummers & Melody-Makers Adieu—Melrose favourites. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

i Mimes, Mummers & Melody-Makers Adieu — Melrose favourites. — o — Hugh Mclntosb's season opened last night. 'As You Were' is bill ed for a short season, to be followed by 'F.F.F.' and other seasonable revues. Peter Brooks has engaged two splendid new turns for the Shaftes bury. ' Trapeze and aerial work, tumbling, and balancing will be new features on the' programme of the Stirling-street house shortly. The Three Starrs have some of their photographs on exhibition at Dimond Bros'. Studios, Hay-street. Leslie Holmes took a leading part at the side shows on Friday. Les. is always ready to help in the cause of charity. Victoria Park residents will have something great in the way of a show on Tuesday night. Sydney Leonard's 'Caveliers,' composed of artistes who have been through jev eral countries, are putting on an hour's entertainment, and a three hour confetti, ball at the Victoria Park Town Hall. The total pro ceeds are in aid of Mrs. Potter and family, who are in very poor...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GET OUT YOUR JEWEL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

GET OUT YOUR JEWEL CASE. Now is the time to overhaul your necklaces, brooehes, and ear-rings, the more old-fashioned and quaintly set the better, for Fashion has de creed some of the strangest experi ments with stone necklaces— pre- cious or otherwise. Scarabs, ca meos, and ivory are above all in fa four, and those old-fashioned belts many of us possess, in oxydised silver or metal, set with cat's eyes or topaz, are absolutely the last word in chic. (Good hearing, isn't it! I've just seen a quite plain black crepe de chine frock, chemise shape, clasped low on the hips with an oxy dised silver belt set with amethyst, the kind one bought for twelve or fifteen shillings a few years ago. Amethyst buttons wandered dovni the shoulders from the neck-line to the elbow sleeve, and this frock was made by a tremendously well-known French dressmaker, and cost forty pounds!

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

BOOTS AND SHOES. BACK TO PRE-WAR PRICES. CALL AND LET ME PROVE IT. You Can't get a better Repair than from E. RETCHFOBD, 8th. AVENUE, MAYLANDS.

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

For a Brilliant and Lasting Shine .. USE .. N\i-Gold Boot Polish Ask Your Grocer for it PES-England's Best Machine ^gjgpSppPllfes^ Cabinets and Drophead ^^^^^^B^R^Hsl^^^^H Guaranteed for 25 Tears. BPfJfPfiB J.A.Thomson Co. Ltd. J^^BHBS^P 209 Nirrai street, Pertfc. ^^^^HHdr 54 lif I street, Frenetic t-4 — — a — — ? — -

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