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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

W 6E0. JENNINGS, Ijwninent in Tait's All Diggers' ?Sanction, ''Mademoiselle Mimi'

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Bleats from Bellevue [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

Bleats from Bellevue Michael Galbally, Esq., the Mayor of Bdlevue, who has not been enjoy ing 4he best of health for some time, is beginning to brighten up again, and is now getting round like a two-year-old. It is rumored that he has a list of 25 questions to sub mit to the Mayor .of Midland when the ratepayers' meeting comes round, and is determined to secure justice for the East Ward, or ask for same to be declared^ a republic. Look out, George Hiscox! Ted Hehir, our popular $M., rang a good bell last Saturday at Helena Vale 'Cunnibell.' The next committee meeting of the Mechanics' Institute promises to 'jte the livliest on record. President ~Harngan has been looking up stand ing orders and closely studying Mul ga Taylor's rulings on ithe laws of debate. Councillor Jim Fay is tak ing plenty of exercise, and is put ting a keen edge on his rapier of ora tory, while poet Horton is composing a smasher that will blow the oppo sitionists Ao pieces. Andy Penn will be there when the whip...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

Carrots BEFORE -Donhep. A N.S.W. Nationalist— Jaundiced by Recent Defeat — Calls Hun se3f and/ His Associates— By Their Proper Names. DONKEYS ! It isn't often a Nationalist politi cian tells the truth about himself. But it happens occasionally. A certain Price did it the other day in N.S.W. Discussing the recent ap pointments to judgeships which the Storey Government has made from the ranks of its opponents, Mr. Price said: — The Government is dangling ap pointments like carrots before donkeys. Before donkeys, eh! Good on you, Mr. Price. You know a don key* when you see one, even if its in The Mirror. GLANVILLE'S LEMON HEADACHE. POWDER. The Great Australian Remedy for Instant Relief and Speedy Core of aH Headaches, Neuralgia, Tooth ache and Influenza. Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago, Etc. 0 PRICE 1/9 PER BOX, or 3d. PER POWDER. Glanville, Chemist, Fremantle. R. BONE Butcher 181-183 Murray St. (Opposite Boans). OFFERS THE PRIMEST MEAT AT LOWEST. PRICES. OUR CORNED BEEF AND SAUS-V AGES ...

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ITALIAN SITUATION. TENNANTS SEIZING HOLDINGS. Rome, Sept. 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

ITALIAN SITUATION. TENNANTS SEIZING HOLD INGS. Rome, Sept. 24. Italy is still in the throes of a vast and far-reaching economic re volution. The . latest development is that tenants in the large towns and also in many agrarian districts are seizing their houses and hold ings, and taking organised action to resist all efforts to expell them.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Russia Resurgent. SENSATIONAL REPORT. New York, Sept. 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

Russia Resurgent. SENSATIONAL REPORT. FROM SOVIET^ JOURNAL. New York, Sept. 24. The 'Black Sea Journal' (Com munist organ) says that the Cen tral Asian Soviet is organising its resources in Turkestan with a view to launching an attack upon India should the British Government con tinue its policy of enmity against the Soviet Government. The Black Sea Fleet is also being strengthened considerably. The 'Journal' takes a gloomy view of the future. The present war with Poland, it states, is a mere prologue to the events that are bound to mark the near future. Russia is positively compelled to strain every effort for victory, if only in self-defence, and, the 'Jour- nal' .continues, war with England is merely a matter of time. The- negotiations being carried on by Krasin, it adds, are foredoomed to failure, and the world will soon witness the spectacle of Russia freeing the Eastern nations from the slavery of English Imperialism.

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

Jim Lane, of the 'Palace,' on his Hobby Horse, back-stopped by Georgie Brown, of the 'Savoy,' put in about the heaviest wallet in con nection with the Uglies' children stunt. No two lads worked harder. BERT PARSLOW EPSOM AND METROP. TWO CUPS. 8.O. and DOUBLE. TATTERSALL'S CLUB, PERTH.

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Gallops at Good Wood in Perfect Weather RED BANNER'S RED HOT REVERSAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

Gallops atGoodvvood in Perfect Weather RED BANNER'S RED HOT REVERSAL. This afternoon the Goodwood Racing Club held a meeting. The weather . was beautiful, and a large crowd attended. Following are the results: — SECOND CLASS! PURSE. Of 70 sovs.; second horse 10. and third horse 3 sovs. from stake. One mile and a furlong. W. D. Atwell's Louis Lome, by John O'Lorne — Lady Lou, 9.0 iBowls) ? 1 Kappa, 7.10 (McKenna) ? 2 Dreary Dawn, 8.9 (Bax) ? 3 Other starters: Loch Elvie, 9.5 (Brindley); General Sarsfield, 9.2 (Donovan) ; Orel Lass, 9.0 (Porter) ; Glen Era, 8.12 (Bowden); Fams worth, 8.12 (Virgo.); Waxpalm, 8.10 (Read); Captain Alcock, 8.9 (Watts); Mygales, 8.9 (Leonard); Cambrian Rose, 8.9 (Mitchell) ; Bri gand Chief, 85 (Bennett); Little ferns, 8.0 isibbrett) ; Son ol super, 7.12 (Francis); Lapse, 710 (Mc Cana). Dividends (for 10/-): S.O., 10/-; place, 35/-, 41/-, 36/-. Betting: 6 to 1 agst Loch Elvie, Glen Era, Dreary Dawn, 7 to 1 Louis Lome, Captain Alcock, Little Perks, 8 to 1 Ka...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

Jack Green defeated Best McCar th' at the Sydney Stadium on the 18th inst., and so retained the fea ther-weight championship of Austra lia. McCarthy failed to leave his corner at the beginning of the 16th round, and so the verdict goes to Green on a K.O. BOOTS AND SHOES. BACK^TO PRE-WAR PRICES. CALL AND LET ME PROVE IT. You Can't get a better Repair than from E. RETCHFORD, 8th. AVENUE, MAYLANDS. Printed for the Publishers. The Mir ror Newspaper Co.. by Bryans, Mur ray&reet, Perth. WJL

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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GERMAN BUDGET. WAR NO GOOD. London, Sept. 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

GERMAN BUDGET. WAR NO GOOD. London, Sept. 24. The German Budget shows a total debt estimated at 241,000,000,000 of marks. The Government recom mends the people to produce more and to economise.

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Eastern Racing ADELAIDE HUNT CLUB Adelaide Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

Eastern Racing ADELAIDE HUNT CLUB Adelaide* Saturday. The Adelaide Hunt Club's annual meeting took place to-day. Following are the results: — NOVICE HUNTERS' STEEPLE CHASE. Bobby Mac ? 1 Tuitra ? 2 Artful Boy ? 3 .Dividend (for £1): £5/10/-. TALLY HO HURDLE RACE. Haonia . . ? ? '1 Perlubic ? '.. 2 Albarce ? 3 Dividend: £3/9/-. REYNELLA WELTER. Earlsmere ? 1 Lord Passe ? 2 Monopolist ? 3 Dividend: £7/15/-. REYNELLA WELTER. (Second Division). Abbeville ? 1 Next Shot ? 2 Powder and Patches . . . . 3 Dividend: £5/12/-. HUNT CLUB CUP. The Navy ? 1 Ruralist ? 2 Algebuckina . ? 3 Dividend: £3/10/-. PRESIDENT'S HANDICAP Chamois ? l Stageboy ? 2 Hesse ? 3 Dividend: £8/7/-. BRACELET HANDICAP. Cattelo ? 1 Kanwyn ? 2 Mount Miltsin ? 3 Dividend: £2/16/-. KENNELS HANDICAP. Golden Cock ? 1 Haylass ? 2 , .Repique ? 3 Dividend: £8/5/-.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Moonee Valley Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

Moonee Valley Melbourne, Saturday. The above club held a meeting to-day in fine weather. The atten dance was la^ge. A breakdown in the train service delayed the races for half an hour. Following are the results: — PASCOE -fURDLES. Two miles. Woodfield (Doy) ? 1 Swordstroke ? 2 Fastolf (Connelly) ? 3 Other starters: Surria, Vestal Maid. Betting: 2 to 1 agst Woodfield, 3 to 1 Suma, Fastolf, 4 to 1 Sword stroke. Won by three lengths, with two lengths between second and third. Time, 3 min. 48J sec. MARRI MAIDEN PLATE. One mile. . Fite Arlington, (Dempsey). 1 Yacamunda (Barker) .... 2 Dignity (Walkers) ? 3 Other starters: Theocritus, Alsino, CharlzH, Dimboola, Prince King ston, Androcles, Waldock, Horatia, Divonia, Bush Song, Phillipa Maid, Denmark. Betting: 2 to 1 agst Fitz Arling ton, Charlzil, 7 to 1 Dignity, 20 to 1 Yacamunda. v Won by three lengths, with a length and a half between second and third. Time, 1 min. 44 sec. ARUNDEL STEEPLECHASE. Two miles, 8 chains. ' Pimpara (Connelly)...

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Hawkesbury Club Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

nawkesbury Club ^B Sydney, Saturday. ^BThe Hawkesbury Racing Club Held their spring meeting to-day, Hitb the following results: — ? PARK STAKES ? H Six furlongs.' H Carmagnole ? 1 ? Miro ? 2 ? Mingala ? 3 H Betting: 5 to l.agst Carmagrole. ? ROWLEY MILE. H Demonte . . ? 1 ? Elf acre ? 2 ? King's Word . ? ? .' ? 3 ^B Betting: 7 to 1 agst Demonte. H HAWKESBURY GUINEAS. ^^?- One mile. ^?Syce Knight ? 1 ^?Kilkenny ? 2 ^^?plenacre ? 3 ^?Setting: 5 to 2 agst Syce Knight. HAWKESBURY SPRING HANDICAP. One mile three furlongs. Perseus ? 1' Red Cardinal ? 2 Jennie B ? ?. 3 Betting: 6 to 1 agst Perseus. ' HIGHWEIGHT HANDICAP. One mile. Fervent . . .. ? ,. 1 Montrose ? 2 The Killer ? 3 Betting: 7 to 4 agst Fervent.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

At the Criterion Hotel, Hay street.— Swan Beer at its best. Reg Harrison-, proprietor. JACK MORRISON, FREMANTLE. . Registered W.A. Turf 'Club. All Registered Courses. Grand National* Steeple. Telephone, B557. J. BALFOUR COMMISSION AGENT, MARKET-STREET, FREMANTLE. I Communicate With Hobart. ZONA PILE CURE. NEVER FAILS. PRICE, 3/6. Post Free. Write for Particulars^ GIBSON, CHEMIST, FREMANTLB. HAVE A SPOT? LETS GO DOWN TO . THE FREEMASON'S HOTEL, ~~ , ^oath Terrace, Frexnantle. Swan Beer and Other Dinkum Drinks. CHARLIE ROBINSON, Proprietor. a in Danger of losing your Sole, go to 0. B. COPPERWAXTS, BOOTMAKER, PACKENHAM STREET, FBSMANTLE. ^ AUCTION SALES AT SHORTEST NOTICE. Conducted, in any part of the State, or will Buy Furniture Outright to Avoid Auction. Monty to Lend on all classes of Security from £5 to £1,000. War Bonds Bought. 0. E. MOSELEY, AUCTIONEER, HOUSE, LAND and COMMISSION AGENT. NEXT P.O., FREMANTLE. TeL 937. 2HFESUL HOTEL WELLINGTON-STREET, PERTH. A LEADING CITY HOUSE. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

? '? ? IMoffat's - — i v Jt- * Successor* to eC jc J Get a 'Mastiff' Brand (Reg.) . Ready-to-Wear Suit \ They are Cut by Experts, and are Made by Experts in Our Own Workrooms. They fit r as if they were Made to Order, and you Can't Tell the Difference 71 Guineas IS THE PRICE ? HAY-ST^ Pfflffl ? . ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

THE OCEANIC HOTEL, COTTESLOE BEACH. A Superlative Residential Hotel. GEO. GREENWELL, Proprietor.

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Miles, Mummers and Melody-Makers [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

Mines, Mourners uitMeiQii-Mfliers — \j — Shaftesbury prospers, z The Vogues presented their best programme up to date. 'As You Were' was disappoint ing. 1 it—— Peter Brooks has just cause to be proud of the show he has built up in Stirling-street. His latest acts, those of itumbling, balancing, and trapeze work, are an entertainment in themselves. Some of the antics of a lady on a trapeze are sufficient 4o make people cry out with fearful anticipation. There is no doubt that ithe fashion plate tenor has come to stay in Perth. The 'Dick Dorothy Trio' reached the climax of their popularity last week then they presented their 'Railway Porters and DoU' act. The way in which Dorothy White took the part of an animated doll was wonderful to behold. Congrats, to the White family. A company that is creating much interest in this State is Sydney Leo nard's 'Cavaliers.' Composed most ly of professionals, it is 'doing char ity work at present, but in a few months intends launching out on an 'Au...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

MR. S. LAZELL, ' ROSEEN HERBALIST, 232 WILLIAM-STREET, PERTH. What Herbs will ? Cure anything under the sun is what they were sent for. All kinds of Skin Diseases, Ulcers, Lupus, and all Internal and External Ailments ; Rheumatism, after everything else fails, try me. You can cure yourself at home without fail. FIFTY FIFTY. PART GRATUITY BOND ACCEPTED FOR VACANT LAND. WITHIN GREATER PERTH BOUNDARY. A Limited Number of Vacant Lots for Sale. AT THIRTY TO FORTY PER CENT, reduction on original prices. If a bondholder takes up 50 per cent, of his bond in vacant lots, we will allow him the abovt liberal re duction on original prices, and PAY HIM THE REMAINING 50 per cent. OF HIS BOND IN CASH plus interest to date of pur chase-. We can only accept a lim ited number of bonds on these terms. . T. G. HALBERT and CO., 72 BARRACE-S.TREET. At the Criterion Hotel, Hay street. — Sw&n Beer »t its best. Reg. Harrison, proprietor. SHAFTESBURY Direction ? Peter Brooks. Manager ? '. . . . «W. W...

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Fremantle Fragments [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

fremantle Fragments Matt. Hogan got his hat back. Someone saw it .in the Mirror, and sent it to him. Now Sam Gunz berg wants a new singlet by the same means. Should be some social at the Wor bers' Club Monday, Brother Nash's Gleeful Gleers will lead off, and ithere will be several girls there Bill Roche is getting his medals,1 polished for the occasion. Who then is the North Fremantle Business Man whose wife recently sold her jewels to a Chinaman? Whaffor? They did turn up in force last Monday at the social the South Fremantle A.L.P. gave to Mrs. Kate Riley. Miles of nice eulogis tic things were said about that en ergetic lady, and she was presented with a handsome album. Mick Cahill doesn't seem to like people who pimp on Labour meet ings ^nd carry the information gained to the Anti-Labour Press. 'Slimy, squirming skunks,' he call ed 'em at the other night's meeting. We wonder who squirmed? It is more than time something was done to the White Gum Schools. A live Parents' Associatio...

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Midland Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

Midland Notes — - w ? Sam Wright sports a cane a la Colebatch. The Jonnops, headed by the spry sergeant, do the round of the pubs per motor car. Poor Bung has to walk. Who christened Jim Hawes 'Dick Turpin'? They had a weight-guessing com petition at the Abatoirs the other day. In the absence of a fat lamb, the contestants had to guess ? at the averdupois of Joe Bryant. Hickling was nearest with 24 stone. Scotch Jock reckoned Joe ought to top at about 8. Jim McDonald is learning to jazz. Bob. Perrie says he saw Mac. doing the Gaby Glide and Whizzbang Waltz with Dick Irlam, down in the Bung Basement. Harry Little emphatically denies that when singing at an evening not long ago, he got mixed up and sang 'Nightman what of the Watch?' instead of 'Whatchman what of the Niht?' There is no truth in the rumour that Paddy O'Halloran is getting his Tommy Ward car painted green. Pat says he thinks, he's done his dooty to auld Oireland be havin' his cows called Shamrock and Em erald Isle. The c...

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