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Labour Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

Labour Notes (By 'Spartacus.') Mr. Andrew Clementson is the speaker at the Socialist Party pro paganda meeting to-night at the Literary Institute, the title of the address is 'The King Breaker,' a somewhat subtle title, but contain ing a world of meaning, no doubt Andy will worship at the shrine of the God Demos. A study class is being conducted at the Trades Hall every other Satur day night. Students of working class problems are missing an edur cational ^rfeat by not taking full ad vantage of this valuable innovation. \The Railway Employees in confer ence evidently took oiu\ advice. Commissioner Pope attended, and spoke of the most excellent feeling that existed between himself and the union, and hoped that the good state of things would continue. This par. is not intended for shunters and others with Bolshevik tendencies. The appeal for the Children's Hos pital and other charitable institutes is a frightful indictment of the pre sent system. A nation is compell ed to turn its cit...

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

MIDLAND MEMS. ? u ? A meeting of the Midland Junior Canary Club was held at Butler's Steps on Sunday last, when die fol lowing officers were elected. Presi dent, Mr. Ronie Howe; VicePresi dent, Mr. Jack Ziff; Treasurer, Mr. Bill Zould; Secretary, Mr. Parry Hoole. It was decided to form a deputation to Mr. Burrows with a view to having more seating accom motion provided qp the pickets, an ticipating an increase of member ship. Mr. Robin Redbreast will shortly deliver his famous lecture upon 'Travels through America,' when a good gathering is expected. An enjoyable social was afterwards held at Jack Pettitt's.

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

ROYAL ARCADE. M. DE PEDRO .. .. Proprietor. free Lunch. Finest Wines. Union and Swan Beer on Draught. At the Criterion Hotel, Hay street.— Swan Beer at its best. Reg Harrison, proprietor. STILL THE PREMIER TOBAC CONIST (Wholesale and Retail). J. GLEESON. 657 HAT-STREET, 247 WILLIAM-STREET. 63 BARRACK-STREET, PERTH. ' GLANVILLE'S LEMON HEADACHE. POWDER. The Great Australian Remedy for Instant Relief and Speedy Cure of all Headaches, Neuralgia, Tooth ache and. Influenza. Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago, V Etc. PRICE 1/9 PER BOX, or 3d. PER POWDER. GlanviQe, Chemist, Fremantle. THE OCEANIC HOTEL, COTTESLOE BEACH. '. A Superlative Residential Hotel. GEO. GBEENWELL, Proprietor. MIDLAND JUNCTION. The Commercial Hotel OPPOSITE THE STATION. Residential, Up-to-Date, and Comfortable. Swan Beer. H. S. JONES, Proprietor. CENTRAL HOTEL, PERTH. Right Opposite Railway Station. DANIEL MULCAHY, Proprietor. CHAS. E. GOSDEN, Manager. THE ESPLANADE HOTEL, FREMANTLE. Proprietor: TOM KELLY. (Late of th'e G...

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

Doubles Now Open on Goldfields Newmarket and Boulder Cup, also Caulfield and Melbourne Cups. Doubles out Every Week on Local Second and Third Class Plates. Sufficient Address: 'W' DOUBLE, FB.EJBEAS'TLS.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Echo of Hie Civil Service Strike Did the Government Capitulate ? Ben Jones on tHe Bill [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

An Echo of the Civil Service Strike Did the Government Capitulate ? Ben Jones on the Bill Mr. Jones (Fremantle): I 'regret the decision of the Premier to go on -with this Bill in the absence of the Attorney General. I should * liVp .to have seen the Minister here* not merely because he introduced thfe Bill, but because he was the re jml&itative of the Ministry who signed the Ministry's terms of capi The Premier: That is not so at all. You -know that. Mr. Jones: The Premier knows that this Bill is the evidence of the capitulation of the Government. The Premier: It is not. Mr. Jones: The Bin in its present form, is worth nothing. It is practically of no value to the civil service, except as evidence of the defeat of the Government. The Premier: They did not ac cept your offer when you offered to help them. Mr. Jones: I made no offer to help them. The Premier: Oh yes, you did. Mr. Jones: As the Premier knows, tfcB civil servants were quite' cap able of helping themselves, and t...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Ladies Section Who's Where [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

The Ladies Section ' Who's Where Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dwyer reach ed the city on Saturday after a trip to Geraldton. The marriage is announced of Mr. F. R. Donovan and Miss Amy Sche aigh. The happy couple were united at St. Patrick's Church, York, dur ing the week-. Mr. GDI, of Thomson's Brook, is on his way to the Eastern States, where he intends resting after his arduous labours. Miss Alderson is at present on a pleasure trip to Bunbury. Mrs. T. G. Brown is at present staying at Cottesloe, where she is rapidly regaining' her health. Victoria Park residents are re minded of the big entertainment and ball at the Town Hall on Tuesday night. The takings will be handed over to Mrs. Potter, whose husband die'd some weeks ago. Mrs. and Miss Hardwick are spend ing a week at York. The many friends* of Mrs. A. W. Allen, of- Fremantle, will be delight ed to hear that the lady is now in perfect health after her recent r«: lapse. Mr. F. Stone, eldest son of Pat. Stone, the well-known Geraldton ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
GRATUITY BOND SCANDAL Hughes' Scheme Fattens Vultures And Robs Soldiers [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

GRATUITY BOND SCANDAL Hughes9 {Scheme Fattens Vultures And Robs Soldiers The one unanswerable argument p6t up to M. M. Hughes before the last elections in favour of paying the War Gratuity in straight-out cash, was that if the war had continued another year, ten times the* amount would have been spent, and the money would most undoubtedly have been found. But cash payment wasn't W. M» H.s little game. for one tning; Ihe more bonds of one sort or an1 other he got distributed broadcast^ the better would his friends the boodlers be insured against the sort of proposition the Italian Govern ment put up on its wealthy sub jects — 'the common people dii the fighting and thereby saved your property, the least you can do is to forego your interest qn war loans for fifty years.' Such a proposi tion, of course, is rank repudiation in the eyes of men like Wm, Hughes.* Of course, that reason — the real one — wasn't put forward. The bond system was designed to protect the soldier from himself — ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SORE AND SORRY. HIGGS, M.H.R., RATS. VERMIN AND ALL. A FARCE IN TWO ACTS. Act I. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

? Kf ? SOBE AND SOBBY. HIGGS, M.H.B., BATS. VERMIN AND ALL. A FARCE IN TWO ACTS. Act I. Late in the history of the last Federal Parliament a man named Higgs was a prominent member of the Labour Party . He aspired to, become leader of that party. He believed he had a chance to become the new Labour Prime Minister. But things went awry. W, M. Hughes won the elections. Premierships faded away. Then Mr. Higgs felt sorry he hadn't ratted when W. M. H. did. He ran amok and started to blame his cobbers. His cobbers retorted, 'Diken to your' and called on him. to 'show cause why he shouldn't be expell ed.' He declined. His cobbers expelled him. Then he turned round and squeal ed at them for condemning him without a hearing! Act II. There was a man named Hughes. He ratted. Higgs didn't rat— until after last elections. Hughes was annoyed with Higgs because he didn't rat — then. So Hughes called Higgs a man with a mind like a toad in a cess pool. Later on Higgs got sorry, and ratted. Then Hugh...

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

Sub-Rosa Studying the files of a contempor ary, the Gadfly discovered an ar tideheaded. 'Wanted a Minister for Merry Mttlring. On the same day he read in the 'Daily Mail' that the puritan section of the Y.W-CA. in London were sending in their resig nations wholesale owing to the fact that the mtnagement had decided in favour of theatre going and dan ces. Js this a sign of the times? Begone, ye long-faced snivelling Nor yet again among us; Go, make your dwellings iA the tombs, A With pale-faced death be joyous. Too long your canting, mouldy creed Has worked its vain endeavour, But now for you we have no heed, So go — begone— for ever. In the heart of the forest— by river by rill, On the crest of the wavelet, on mountain, on hill, See laughter is springing in roseate hue winging Its message to maiden and youth Come forth and be happy while yet it is day, For sunshine and mirth soon hasten away. Come, lift up your voices, all nature rejoices, So smile and be joyous, forsooth. Come out ...

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

CHEMISETTES AND WAIST COATS. True to the softer and more fem inine styles that are prevailing, the little tucked lawn or tulle chemfs ette is tremendously * worn at pre sent by all the smartest women. Waistcoats are for sterner occa sions (of course), but they have a beautifully renovating effect on ra ther tired-looking coats and skirts. A white linen, cambric, or organdie waistcoat with a naw seree coat and skirt is excessively smart, and it may have pearl or self-covered buttons. The self ones are really the smartest (as a matter of fact). Coloured linen waistcoats under blue serge look well, too., in robin's egg blue, lemon-yellow, or blush pink, those three colours of the mo ment. Most of these waistcoats have either shawl revers or turned back masculine ones, cut tailorfash ion, but occasionally some of, the French ones go up to the neck, and button right under the chin. It's very becoming if you art at all thin or if your throat is a long one.

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

Midland Notes ? u ? Ray Moore has a beautiful bike. Heard at the local hop— 'Why didnt Kingdom come?' Where did R.R. and another dis appear to during a recent highbrow dance. i Has B4n' Page turfled ofer a new leaf? He has lately been reported missing from the temples of the great god Jazz. Get Clarry Woler's version of how he fell out of thfe cart. Cterry rec kons the trace broke, but, anyhow, the story gave Bill Simmons much satisfaction. C.W., besides being 'jake' on the Stoush Stakes, is some boy on the Ukulele. What price the Council present ing themselves with gold medals in commemoration of tile Prince's visit? The' poor ratepayers footed the bill, of course; they always do. The next thing well be hearing will be that the Town Clerk has awarded himself the V.C. for gallantry in the fowl run or something, or that the Mayah 'as 'nighted 'imself (Sir Geo. '/lecox wouldn't sound too bad, would it). If they spent our money attending to some of the putrid and stinking drains that a...

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

FASHION. For Smart Occasions. For smart occasions delicious pic ture frocks, full-skirted, and some with enchanting: old-world fichu ef ects are now being shown. A frock of this kind, in fine cotton voile, lemon-spotted, and with organdie ' frills and fichu, is too becoming for words, particularly with a black hat to show it up. Equally fascinating and cool-looking are the lace frocks that are being everywhere worn. Shadow lace or imitation Chantilly can be fashioned into a delicious frock with all the ease in the world. Make the bodice in exactly the same way, using the two edges of ths lace back and front, with a small panel let in on each shoulder of plain tulle or lace, to form it. A three-tier skirt of lace, a sash cf cire ribbon flaunting a huge bow at one side, and, if you like, a narrow er underskirt to show under the flounces, and there you are. Other cambric frocks have a deep inset of imitation filet round the bodice, a round yoke and cuffs, and a full overskirt of the sa...

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

'Mirror' Cable Service Last week The Sunday Mirror in augurated a cable service. The ex periment was made with consider able misgiving, inasmuch as nothing is more surely calculated to damn a paper than a cable service that fails to give the public news. Our doubts were entirely dispelled, our best expectations surpassed, by last Sundays showing. We received irom our Eastern States agents just ten news items. Of those ten, five appeared in the Saturday's dailies They broke no new ground, and, so far as most of our readers are con cerned, need scarcely have been pub lished. BUT, the other five were exclu sive. We featured a precis of a 'Times- article on Australia's attitude to wards Imperial Federation-most unpalatable to our anti-Australian Jingoes.- It has never appeared in any other local paper. w^ea in We published a cablegram regard ing the attitude of the French press towards the Irish Republic. £d Oarsons annoyance thereat The %h* lm!™^68 on papers other ***** The Mirror does...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Coarsetralian Baynit OCTOBER 21, 1919. [?] clippings are from that periodical (500 Per Cent. Anti-Australian). (Run on the Robt. E. Lee Line.) NOAH. Red Ink. Fancy Panel. Top of Pace 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

TLbe Coarsetralian ttwgntt Nuinbers 'chv-., verse ^.OCTOBER 21, 1919. PRICE 3d. MUSS CUTTINGS. BY HARRY tt {OhetHiw we&sk dippings are from that periodical; (580 Per Cent. Anti-Australian). (Run on the Robt. E. Lee Line.) NOAH. Bed Ink. Fancy Panel. Top of Pace 1. Noah -was a victim of circumlu* cution. He was married to a wo man, who wouldn't give nim a din kum go, and so he got corns on the hands, a pain in the back, and the pip all over. Fro jhwhat we know of Mrs. Noah, as we have met her in the Noah's Ark of childhood, she was a stiff, lifeless wooden kind of woman anH left poor old Noah to tackle all the dirty work, of the Ark. And so came the siesta. Wives of to-day can pick up a wrinkle or- two from the voyage of the ark. For had Noah's wife .only given him a hand to clean out the menagerie cages, he wouldn't have had to put into port to engage hired help and the durned old ark might have been travelling yet. (This ancient Scriptural series will be continued next week...

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AN ANCIENT GREASY JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

AN ANCIENT GREASY JOKE. (Special to the Coarse Baynit, by Cheekee.) All acceptable jokes must con tain some reference to a crayfish and fish and chips.— Editor The Babylon Tablet. Ended the sump'tuous feast, The wine and curious meat; The music mad had ceased I dreamt there in my seat. I dreamt of pansied pastes, Floating thro' cerise skies. Blown bleak by bleary blasts, Dead day that never dies. From. dead decades enthralled, From lost realms of the earth, A crazy crayfish crawled, Over my placid Perth. ; 'Twas but the janitor, r Who seized me by the hips, And flung me thro' the door, On to my fish and chips.

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INDUSTRIAL NEWS. Dispute of Clerks (in Holy Orders). [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

INDUSTRIAL NEWS. Dispute of decks -in Holy Orders). The strike of clergymen, which has been for some time anticipated, seems likely to eventuate a\ any moment; a step forward was taken yesterday, when a mass meeting of the Parsons' Amalgamated Union of Workers unanimously decided to plaec their dispute in the hands of the Trades Hall Disputes' Commit tee. At a meeting held yesterday morning in the Bohemian Hall, Rev. x - i-. lidiiy was in tne cnair. Alter a brief dissertation on the evils of Theosopy» the chairman declared the claims o fthe union for better pay and conditions must be brought more prominently before the- public, and asked the meeting to take some action, the more direct the better. Mr. N. Dods moved 'that the dis pute be placed in .the hands of -the A1.P. Disputes Committee,' He had, he declared, recently had op portunities- of observing the good that resulted vfrom such action from his position on the Civil Servants' Appeal Board. This was seconded by Rev. Huey Stee...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRENNAN, M.H.R. Denounces Territorial Lust. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

BRENNAN, M.H.R. Denounces Territorial Lust. Prank Brennan, M.H.R., the bril liant Member for Batman, spoke some pregnant truths in the House of Representatives last Wednesday. Speaking on the Bill for the accep tance of a mandate over German New Guinea, he said this was one of the first bitter fruits of four years of futile human slaughter called war. He desired that there should be no doubt about his view of daunting the spirit of Imperialism which now encumbered us with these useless, dangerous, and expensive territories. In his view, nothing short of foolish ambition, inflamed by a certain amount of malice, had induced the representative of Australia to concur in that breach of faith by which the war ended by encroachment on the territory of other nations, and the seizure of land which did not be long to us, and which we had en gaged not to take. Some said that control over the additional islands was necessary for the defence of Aus tralia, but he held that every move of ours in ...

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Under the Lash ANOTHER ANTHEM ASSININITY. UNCOUTH JINGOISTIC IGNORAMUSES. AFFRONT VISITING AMERICAN SINGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

» W ? ^J| ^-^ ? ^-'#— ^^ *W* _, , _I-I_TB^ . ANOTHER ANTHEM ASSD3INITY. UNCOUTH JINGOISTIC IGNOBA MUSES. AFFRONT VISITING AMERICAN SINGER. Another example of vulgar and hypocritical abuse of the National Anthem is reported from Adelaide, where the ill-bred and palpably ig norant attitude of a mob of fatuous pseudo-patriots has resulted in the rest of Australia, being deprived of the opportunity of hearing the fam ous singer, Mr. John McConnack, whose Irish blood and American citizenship provided sufficient ground for these microcephalic nin compoops to misconduct themselves in public. Mr. McCormack explains the affair as follows1! 'In order to avoid any misunder standing, I wish to explain my rea sons for the cancellation of my final concert in Adelaide. Various members of the community here have been violently antagonistic to me on account of my American citi zenship, and were determined to make my stay in the city as miser able as possible. Their, efforts cul minated on Thursday' ...

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A LAME EXCUSE. HUGHES NOT GOING TO GENEVA. WATT'S THE REASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

A LAME EXCUSE. HUGHES NOT GOING TO GENEVA. WATT'S THE REASON. The 'Daily News' waxes very wrath it the following statement by Mr. W. C. Hill, presiden/of the Vic torian Farmers1 Union: 'For all practical purposes the Country Party holds the balance of power in the Federal Parliament, which power it is determined to use in carrying out legislation for the .general interests of Australia as a whole.' wnen tne l^ountry tfarty came into existence its advent was cheer ed to the echo by 'patriots' of the 'Daily News' type, who regarded the new organisation simply as an other of the perpetual ringings of the changes on the old tune of Tory ism — another dodge for snaring votes away from the Labour Party, to which farmers were turning in ever greater numbers. To an extent it has had that effect, but, to the as tonishment and disgust of its city press sponsors, and of St. George's Terrace and Flinders Lane fanners, the new body has been, displaying some feeble signs of independence. One outc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOOING REVOLUTION. CHURCHILL SUGGESTED FOR INDIA. Firebrand in Powder Magazine. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 19 September 1920

WOOING REVOLUTION ? CHURCHILL SUGGESTED FOR INDIA. Firebrand in Powder Magazine. It is hinted that Churchill is to go to India as Viceroy. No doubt Lloyd-George is anxious to get rid of his fire-eating colleague. 'Shoot 'em down' is about the only policy Churchill can understand, and Lloyd George, twister though he is, is long headed enough to know that the shooting-down policy is badly play ed out. But the notion of getting -rid of a violent fanatic by sending him to govern India is the maddest conceivable. In no place on earth could he do more harm. Short of a merciful assassination, »nothing could save India from revolution, and that within weeks rather than months. We are tempted to re print a poem addressed to this gen tleman's ancestor — Marlborough. Here it is: — A SATIRICAL ELEGY. On the Death of a Late Famous General. 1722. His Grace!, impossible! what, dead? Of old age too, and in his bed? And could that mighty warrior fall, And so inglorious after all? Well, since he's go...

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