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WHARF BOSSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

WHARF BOSSES. Our recent paragraph anent Mr. Paton, of the North Wharf, has brought us a pile of congratulatory correspondence showing conclusive ly that we hit the nail squarely on the head. Our correspondents go further and mention the peculiar conduct of one McCartney, who now has control of the 'picking up' for the Harbour Trust, and who certainly seems to be looking very seriously for trouble. McCartney took over after the decease of the late . Captain .Cleary, and then after inquiring into the previous lives of some of the Tally Clerks, stated that his object would be to give, as well as he could, an equal distribution of work. It was too good' to be true, for, now fancying himself secure, the McCartney man employs the same few clerks day after day — almost permanently, and allows some of them to earn with overtime an av erage of over £10 a week, whilst the big majority are hardly earning enough to feed themselves and their families. ♦ Let it be quite understood that at tunes,...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Where? WHERE TO GO TODAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

(Dhcrc ? WHERE TO GO TO-DAY. Mandating Weir. — Excursion leaves Fremantle 10 a.m, Perth 10.45. Stations Perth to Midland 1050 from Perth. Cheap Fares. Weir now at its best, and wild flowers in profusion. The Zoo, South Perth, by ferry, open all afternoon. Canning Bridge and Applecross.— Boats 1.15, 3.0. Esplanade Meeting.— Social De mocrats, Percy Trainer and Ben Jones on 'Loafers on the Workers' at 3 o'clock. » . Point Walter.— Quarter hour tram service from Fremantle. King's Park.— Band at 3.30. Government Gardens.— Perth City Band. Evening.— Texas Green at Liter ary Institute, 8 pjn. Shaftesbury Theatre.— Rational Concert and Pictures. Grand Theatre!— Evelyn Greeley in Phil-for-Short. RoyaL— Olive Thomas in the Fol lies Girl. Princess, Fremantle.— Tarzan of the Apes. For Lunch, Dinner, Tea, Moana, Strand, Savoy Cafe, Hay-street; & Sydney Cafe, Barrack-street. Fremantle Esplanade. — Percy Brunton, at 3.0, on 'Football, Par liament, and Press.' Evening! ? Kelly's Corner, Su...

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

ADELAIDE STREET; FREMANTLEI i Provide you with, a splendid opportunity to save mosey on every purchase. ? .9 CAUL AT ONCE. CALL AT CIVGE. CALL AT ONCE. I And inspect these Values, and note at the same time their dependable quality. ' ? ? MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. ' j Listed are a few of the delightful new season's offerings. An immediate call by ou is desirable vrtiOM stocks are bur. M Smart line of Coloured RUSH HATS, trimmed with cqfeured voile swaithes. Prices, 13711 to 16/6. * Girls* PANDANS, useful shapes, for school wear, trim 1 You Don Inspect Them To-day. Double Width Cream WIN CEY, a splendid washing dotb; 42in. White GABARDINE, good heavy quality, most suit* able for skirts, a splendid wash ing doth; Spedal Price, 4/11 yard. S#£HEZ'7 Hi Get in Ear PRESS STUDS, will not rust, 8d. a dosen.. Sun Bath SOAP, extra large tablets, 6d. each. Baldwin's Beehive Mending These Values are Unapproachable. 80in. Heavy Quality White Twill.. SHEETING;.. Special Price, 6/11 yard; present value....

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

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

Estimates Given. Telephone A2864 STEIN PICTURE FRAMING CO. ART PICTUEI FEAMEE8 AND PRINT SELLERS. GLASS AND MOULDING MER CHANTS. 817 HAYtSTBEET, PERTH. (Near His Majesty's Theatre). A Trial SoUrftwL Tons Moderate.

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Resumption Ramps. McSMITH CHAMPIONS O'NEILL. AND FALLS FOUL OF GEORGE. "WHEN THIEVES FALL OUT—" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

Resumption Ramps. McSMITH CHAMPIONS O'NEILL. AND FALLS FOUL OF GEORGE. 'WHEN THIEVES FALL OUT—' A smoky atmosphere pervaded, the Legislative Assembly the ojher night, when the case, of J. J. O' Neill, one-time Acting Lands Re sumption Officer, was ventilated by J. McCallum Smith, MIA. for Stir ling-street. O'Neill was suspended, and even tually retired compulsorily from the service some time since on a charge of asking for commission on a land purchase, the presumption being he intended to pocket the amount himself. O'Neill declares that he only sought to arrange the commission in order to reduce the price to be paid by the Govern ment. That there is something in his statement is proved by the fact that Mr. Munt, then Ur.derSecre tary for Works, admitted in evi dence given on oath, that O'Neill had told him that the vendors would not budge an inch regarding the price, and thajt he had even tried to get commission out of them, and had failed. This was before O'Neill had been suspende...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Hughes, Ireland and Emptiah! New Sideligbis on Hie Problem What America Really Thinks [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

Hughes, Ireland and Empiah ! New Sidelights on the Problem What America Really Thinks From ithe San Francisco Examiner ^ Premier Hughes of Australia made a speech recently which sent the cold shivers through the pio English element of the British Em pire. He depicted the condition of the Empire in ghastly colours. He said it was surrounded by foes on all sides; that it was being attack ed from inside and out; that its en emies were everywhere, and that it was in greatest danger of total dis solution, if it should lose a single one of its parts. Then Hughes launched a tirade on Archbishop Mannix, of Australia. He declared that the people of Aus tralia could not support Archbishop Mannix in his policies, and that hb was not so popular a man in Aus tralia as the world outside seemed to believe. This attack on Arch bishop Mannix was occasioned by Mr. Hughes' declaration in favour pf the Empire uniting to back up England in her attempts to hold Ireland within the Empir-3. It is of little...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Points for Punters and Pugs "MIRROR'S" REFLECTIONS. RACING AND TROTTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

raits for Pinters mi pms 'MIRROR'S' REFLECTIONS. RACING AND TROTTING ff^ NOTES. |S- (By 'Cricklewood, Jim.') Ifaestern Australian Hunt Club pfeting next Saturday. pbe chief attraction in the East §tt* Saturday will be the A.J.C. Wby and Epsdm Handicap. iitrathredole or Erasmus should Ih the Blue Ribband. panmon looks ,the best thing' I *Ke seen for an Epsom Handicap W^TQariy a long day. ? Knotting Saturday week at the gt-of Hay-street East. wthe twelve months' disqualifica §pt 'imposed by the Trotting ste fps on J. D. Ewing, owner of Waii .Hook, and Emery, the rider, ipready adversely criticised by Kpinajority of trotting patrons. 1|| treatment meted out to the ?gneciions appears to be very [ph. On August 21 Zillah Hook |§p3hd.) ran second to Toddler (20 Hid in a 2.31i handicap of U Ms. She stepped at a 2321 gait. Rpiie following week, she started Egau mile and three-quarters race-. b3i 2.321 class off ,35 yards, and Buied fourth. There were sue liters in this event, three were in W...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IN MY LIBRARY [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

IN MY LIBRARY. Of a truth the happiest hours of life are those which I spend in my library, for truly a man's best friends are his books. With what joy do I turn to these friends of mine at .the start of a long evening, realising that I have four, six. or eight hours of sweet communion with them — to which shall I first turn? There— first of all are the poets, the singers of sweet songs, the \ world's versifiers — all smille at me from -my shelves There are Fly blown jingles and Vee Cee's verses, pleasant and unpleasant (mostly un pleasant), May Kitson and Jean Dell, Crosscut, Mrs. Hawkeswood, and Ben Jones' Red spider; unsen tinal sonnets and Shaun's love lyrics. Shall I delve into them one by one. Flyblow first: 'My son, my son, Tell Louie to bring a small bottle.' Or here is a love lyric: 'And budding spring, its fragrance breathing, Awakens instincts which he learns Are painful — like a baby teething.' But no I am not in the mood for poetry — let me .turn to my fiction — all the...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COMING ENGLISH VISIT. A Comparison of English Australian Talent [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

THE QOMXNG ENGLISH VISIT. A Comparison of English and Aus tralian Talent , . To compare with the Englishmen who are selected mainly for their batting, viz., Hendren, Hobbs, Rus sel, and Makepeace, Australia has Bardsley, Ransford, Park, - May tie, Baring, Willis, and Pellew. The lat ter anck) Barine are the only two Australians who can be regarded as powerful hitters, and therefore Hen dren by his brilliant displays in Eng land during the season now in pro gress, together with the fact that he heads the batting averages for first class cricket, is on a pedestal, as compared with the two local play ers: Hobbs is also in magnificent form, and must take precedence over either Bardsley, Ransford, Park, Mayne, or Willis. Granted that any two of our batsmen are equal to Rus sell and Makepeace, the points for. batting pure and simple appear to be strongly in favour of England. In the matter of all round ability, how ever, Australia makes up for the de ficiency in batting, and obtains a sli...

Publication Title: Sunday Mirror, The
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PERTH LIFE A Commentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

PERTH LXPE. A Commentary. A new and beautiful girl has re cently appeared upon the horizon of 'the best people' of the West End, and she lias been proclaimed as the belle of the season. Tall and fairlv ffaeile. or fraeilelv fair. with. a big round face and pellucid eyes, which. throw romantic shad ows on her cheeks and full lips; a nose spmewha/t Roman, and a beau-, yt which baffles analogy, and a broad low. forehead, she has taken the town by storm,' and all the elite are roaring about her.

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

CRICKET The English XI. soon to visit these1 parts put up the big score of 603 for five wickets against Middlesex, the leading English county. J. B. Hobbs topped the double century. The completion of the game was prevented by rain. The English season has now clos ed, and the following are the lead ing batting and bowling averages: E. Hendren (Middlesex), 61; J. B. Hobbs (Surrey). 58; J. W. Heame (Middlesex), 55; P. Holmes (York shire), 50; C. P. Mead (Hampshire), 49; A. E. Russell (Essex), 44; G. Brown (Hampshire), 43. Bowling: Rhodes, 13; Woolley, 1423; Cook, 1458; Parker, 16; White, 16.05. Bellevueites are organising -their cricketing supporters, and are de termined to get together a real good team, which, while having no am bition to take on the English Elev en, would give them a go if chal lenged. ? From a cricketing point of view, they possess pretty hot stuff, and will be heard of during the. coming season. The Midland Council can help the game along by making several suggeste...

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

The Hfffh Oost of Living Can Be Reduced by I DOMESTIC EOONOMT. I '. N^Icbnldn'tgetoo W.A-M.Oo« Margarlnei mom, m I bought 'all a ponnd of batter I ' - as a substitute.' . I Asking Your Grocer for the I WAMXo. Cocoanut Margarine I SEE YOU GET IT.; I There im no other just as ^ood. | Drink Hill Ales and Stout I Seldom Equalled— M,-. Never Surpassed. fep. , ? ? ' (' ' ' ' v I! Barrack and Murray Streets m ? KThe Clothier and Outfitter. pyerything in MEN'S WEAR in Stock from a K / »? Bootlacel to an Overcoat. &, ? - . fey' . ' '' SWAN 1 THE BEER I Without a Peer. I SAVOY HOTEL pi 'Tins Modem and most, Elegantly-Furnished and Up-to-Date Hotel reaamplete in every detail, and, under its capable management, the nu&iorts of a Perfect Home are assured. The Cuisine and Service will Upmpare favourably with any Hotel in England, America, or the Con H&ent. Bine 'Phone A1047, or Telegraph 1^7 'SAVOY HOTEL, PERTH.' &BOWRA & ODEA B TTNDERTAKEE.S W GENERAL PUNE...

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

CHEERFUL BILLY 1 AND THE SECRET OF HIS HAPPINESS. I Have you .ever noticed in the tram or train, coming into ? m a morning, how the faces of the people around yoiTdifferr M are happy, some sad, some content, and others sulky; and did H ever wonder whether it was the natural character of each of then! was it only the result of something temporary? ^H Almost every morning I travel in on the same car with a bfl -aced young man. who. no matter -what the weather or news mJ always presents a cheerful and smiling face. tM I used to wonder who he was, for quite a time, until I disco! him one day running a flourishing little business in the main » and I, used to drop in at times on. business myself, because I aJ9 his cheerfulness. ^^B It was a few weeks back that a big crash came in his liniM km ^Sfuiess.1 wondered h°:_he :°!!d ** * and * aa ( i nil next morning as 1 walked to the tram line, there «« cfl ful Billy, with his smile as blithe as ever. I was staggered? d asked him how he managed...

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

tTNTTOlT ™e SfilB tHa™aoE 'VlllOffQ Will A Will iDJUlU KftLGOORLlE J £41111 U»

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INTERESTING PASS. The World's Biggest Score. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Mirror — 26 September 1920

INTERESTING PASS. The World's Biggest Score. The highest score ever compiled was 1,094 by Melbourne University in March, 1898, against Carlton. Prior to this match Carlton held the re cord— 922, established in 1896. No less than five of the 'Varsity side were centuripns. They were L. Mil ler 205, Ocbprae 190, Feilcherfield 176, Quick 179, Bullwant 139 not out. All but one on the side topped dou ble figures, thus: Miller 57, Ross 32, Stewart 23. Lewers 26, Gray 22. Every member of the Carlton side had a go with the ball. H. Chris tian finished up with an average of 1 for 243. * Ridiculing the Umpire. To get even with an umpire a batsman adopted a peculiar method. He was given out leg before, the ball striking him on the back as he was drawing away from it. Being ex ceedingly angry at the decision, he fastened a legging on his back when he went in for his second innings. The umpire's feelings were so hurt by this proceeding -that he imme diately resigned his position. A Stonewaller. I...

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

MMIM MH. UV ST8IEI rail Banquets, Picnics, Weddings, and an kinds of Parties catered for on the most lavish stale. Quotes obtainable on application. AH charges strictly moderate. SAUL EPSTEIN, Proprietor.

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

Have You Got a Chart? EPSOM AND METRO. €f ilfield ant Melbourne dps -also local The 'W DOUBLE, FremanUe Sufficient Address: 'W' DOUBLE, FBEOAVILE.

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

COMMERCIAL HOTEL FREMANTLE. The Port's Leading Hotel. JOE STRONG, Proprietor.

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

WEST AUSTRALIAN GOVERN MENT RAILWAYS. MUNDARING WEIR EXCUR SION-SUNDAY, SEPT. 26, 1920. Train will leave Perth 10.45 a.m.; intermediate passengers between Perth and Midland Junction will re quire to travel by the 1050 ajn. train ex Perth, and join the Excur sion train at Midland Junction. The Excursion trains forms a connection with the 10.0 a jn. . tran ex Fre mantle. EXCURSION FARES. From— 1st. Cl. 2nd. Cl. Fremantle .. .. 7/2 4/5 Perth ? 5/3 3/3 Midland Junction . 3/3 2/3 By Order. W. LORD, ' ' Chief Traffic Manager. Where the Tender Steaks and Prime Joints Are: ' J. T. ELLEN Opposite STATION, MAYLANDS. CASH BUTCHER. TRY US. MILLINERY ARTIST. LA NON PAREILLE, MADAM LOUISE (Late of Mel bourne). HATS OF CHARM AND DM TTNCTION 166 WILLIAM-STREET (opposite Royal Hotel). CALL AND INSPECT.

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