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INFLUENZA. Perth, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

INFLUENZA. ? Pflrf.h. Ano-iiKf. lri Three deaths vrere notified in the ; metropolitan area this morning and two at Fremantle.. Fives cases are now in the Isolation Hospital at the Fresh Air Home and several others are under jbservation. The authorities are relaxing no effort to secure the immunity of the public fr«m the complaint The medical officers have had a busy time, and suspicious cases are reported from different outside places. The trouble is to diagnose the ordinary influenza from the pneumonic. As an instance, it may be stated that every precaution had been taken to segregate the lad who arrived here last Sunday, but hiscase turned out to be the old com plaint and not the dreaded disease. Still the authorities are taking no risk, and similiar precautions will be taken wherever suspicious symptoms [appear. Nurse Nioholls, of Perth, a thor oughly experienced matron, has been placed in charge of the isolation ward and is assisted by the Misses Nisbett and Johns, with a cook, ...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PRUNING AND MANURING CITRUS TREES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

PRUNING AND MANURING CITRUS TREES. Under this title a paper, was contri buted by Mr. Green, who said the citrus tree, from the time it was plant ed, required more attention than any deciduous tree. The shoots should be trimmed off the stem of the tree about a foot above the surface of the ?ground, until it commenced to bear, for once xhe tree carried a crop it bent the branches right down to the soil, thus excluding all light and air from the. tree, which accounted for at tacks by scale insects and diseases. -In the event of such a happening taking place, all branches growing out from the main stem for a' distance of about 2ft. above the ground should be cut off, forming the underneath portion of the tree into the shape of an umbrella. The centre of the tree should' also be trimmed out to allow for -'a free circu lation of air. Once the. tree was full grown and clear' of the ground very little pruning was required. Air that was needed to keep the tree from be coming to dense in the ...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

t±^ «V- m M. M. Qr _J ^^» -^jr Suitable for eift&er D^y or Very dainty 15 ct. Gold Necklet, with 2 fine Diamonds aud 4 lovely Whoit* Pe.irla in Platinum settings £16/10/ Others similar £12/10/-, £20, £§5. STEWART DAWSONS have a beauti ful selection of these goods. New Desig i are being ' added to our stock daily. W Newest design 9ct. Gold Necklet, safe with real. Pearls and ? lovely reconstructed Aqua marines, 30/-. Others similar, 27/6: 40/-, 50/-, 70/-. Pretty Cameo and Pearl Pendant and Necklet complete in Silk-lined Case. 9ct. Gold 50/-, 15ct.. Gold 70/ Pendant only: 9ct. 35/-, 15ct. 45/-. Necklet only, 9ct. 15/-; 15 ct. 25/-. Pretty 9ct. Gold Necklet, and Pendant set with dark green Tour malines and Pearls, 65/-. PendjiH only, which can be used as a Bro-lfsv 35/-. Necklet only. 30/-. Newest Design 15ct. Bold Necklet, set with best quality Pearls £6/15/-. il; 0 - - Fine Quality, .15ct. Gold Necklet, set with 3 lovely green Emer alds and 8 pure white . Diamonds in Platinu...

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ATTRACTIVE PACKING OF FRUITS. EAMCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

ATTRACTIVE PACKING OF FRUITS. EAMCO. In a paper read before the Bamco Branch of the 8.A. Agricultural Bu reau, Mr. Robertson stressed the im portance of attractive packing of fruits. 'The termination of hostilities in Europe, and the promise of regular shipping should be an incentive to members of the fruit-growing industry to organise and otherwise prepare for placing their produce on the American and European markets in the most attractive manner. The Murray Val ley was able to produce fruit of excel lent quantity, the packing of the fruit in an attractive manner was not given the serious consideration that it warranted. He had had 14 years' ex perience in the wholesale trade in Glasgow, and had been struck with the pains that many of the growers took in placing the produce before the buy ers, even the minutest details being carefully attended to. Many of the fruit 'cases forwarded for shipment from some parts of this State were not clearly branded. The French prunes were packed i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

\ ... IN ... s- ' Three ply wheeling wool in navy, kliaki and grey. Aline . with great weaving properties. Usual value 7s. 6d. head Special Fair Price __^ .x * ' .** per head of 12 ounces Send for Sample. ? ' h{IvfJ:&p\yin% to this advertisement please mention this paper.)' ? p^^^p-p^-p-^yp^ip ? i ? I i ; 1 1 jjimm^^M I ?^ ;;W«Jlift#ea § .Hurray Sfregfs, ?BET|i.. -^~ T& Gite Your Horse a flair '? ^H'^^' ^ '^Sibft Every horse -is better for 'a good ? Sf fWf\hJ Wlm clipping. It not only Improves If .Ess Uy /{ ff||, the appearance, but clipped S I/F Wi~-/\ IT&i horses rest better, do better work ??' J^w*Ui ^E^JLill and get more good from their !1fW^- ^fe4t-P feed, . -dip with ttte Fantcms . «-fflb ' _^ '??MB 'Stewaf& Ball Bearing iCi I Turns Easiest, Clips Fast, Lasts Longest, i iF.u'lJy Qu&ranteed and Oosts only j ?:? 'Obtainable from all Storekeepers in your district, or -^V^.#-%^ jGeo. P. Harris Scarfe I £o. Lil, ; Murray ^Styget^ Pj^gg* ? ' F...

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Farmers' Papers [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

& ill lilCI o I dpvl 5 NOTE.— The following papers, which are extracted from the Journal of Agriculture, South Auetralia, should prove of great interest to the Man on the Land, as they have been written by practical men engaged in all branches of the Farming In dustry.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

Notice to Advertisers.— Casual ad' yertisernents are received up. to 9.30 p.m. on Tuesdays ^and Fridays for the following day's issue-respectively. Alterations to standing advertise ments .should, where .possible, be notified by 5 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays. After that hour, it can- j not be guaranteed that the old un- ; altered copy will not have been! printed. Envelopes, Luggage Labels, Bill0 heads, Circulars, Writing Pads, Dance Tickets, Ball Programmes, Visiting Cards, printed at the .Bunbury Herald office. Write for quotes. ; Large quantity of I .Fruit Cases. Apply— i BUNNING BBOS., . ! Bunbury or Argyle. .PERIOD . ~' . ^ Whether it is Gothic, Mission, Chippendale, Jacobean, or Heppel white, .made in .any -Woods .^rhlch are thoroughly seasoned and tested before (they are manufactured by skilled and artistic workmen. y- ' Shadow and Tapestry Coverings from the beat factories in the iworld, ready to be made up into the v Lines you require. Call and consult jny Gutter and Desig...

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Stray Wheat. SHOULDERING THE JOB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

Stray Wheat. SHOULDERING THE JOB. The. children of our gallant soldiers are not less heroic in spirit than their parents. Recently a little girl of about 11 years of age was wheeling in the Botanical Gardens a go-cart, in which slept a bonnie lump of a baby. 'Taking the baby for a pleasure trip?' I asked. 'It ain't no pleasure trip, sir,' she replied. 'Father's just been killed at the war, and mother's 'ome, ill in bed. I'd like to bust out crying, I would, but dad said when he went away, 'Look after mum and Babs, Cis,' so I think I'd better should er me job.' * * * fc DADDY'S PHOTO. A little girl was looking intently at a photograph of her father. 'Mother, how lucky we've got daddy's photo., isn't it?' she presently remarked. 'Yes, it is, indeed,' replied mother. 'However would we get on without it? We would forget what he was like, wouldn't we?' went on the little girl. 'Oh, no, never,' observed the mother. 'That's right,' said the small one. 'We would just keep on sitting down an...

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Railway Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

Railwgf lo^8. — .i» The -annual repbrt of the W . A . G.R. and T. Employees' death benefit fund for the year ending June 30th 1919 is just to hand* '^This fuad has %een established just oyer 12 years, and is a Burelv voluntary institution. At the death of any member of the fund a levy of Is is made on the members, and the amount so collected, is handed over to the legal representative of the deceased. Before the -war the annual .number of levies was about 30, but since the war death rate went up to a great extent, as last year there were 78 collected, leaving at that date 75 still to be collected, besides ordinary mortality. The total number of members is 482^, a decrease of 92 on the previous yeai', this is accounted for by the number of deaths at the fronf. The whole of the expenses of administering the -fund js borne by the Railway Department.. The amount collected during the year was £16,206 6s, being an increase ot£186 3s 6d on the previous year. From this amouut the sum of £11...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

Handy Food Co. — A re you going fishing and wont be back for lunch ? If so, call at the Handy Food Co. and they will supply you with luncheon dainties ready cooked. Try their beef and pork sausages for your breakfast. You can always get cooked meats at the Handy Food Co., and all their goods are made on the premises, under hygienic conditions by experienced workmen. The Handy Food Co., Stephen-street, Bunbury. Do not worry about Galvanised Iron being scarce and Jthe price ridi culous^ high. The NARROGIN TRADING & AGENCY CO. LTD. have the Agency for this District forADAMAX ROOFING FELT just as durable and much cheaper than Iron. As supplied to the Gov ernment. Stocks on band, Rolls 72 ft long x 3ft wide, covers 22 square yards, one-ply 43/6, two-ply 53^6 three-ply 66/6. Cement and nails supplied free. There is nothing better for covering houses, garages, fowlhouses, bee hives, etc. Send for catalogues. over from Mr Carlson on the 10th and the store was open for business on th...

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Balingup. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

jalingup, (From our Correspandent.) The dance in aid of Jhe Hockey Club on the 2nd, was a very success. ful function, » all present voting it excell.ent. Qn Wednesday, §th inst, Mr G. W.- Wickens, Officer in charge of Fruit Industries, visited the district arid gave pruning demonstrations in the orchards of Messrs Wright and Lukis. A large number of growers were present. At the ' close of the afternoon, the visitors were kindly entertained at afternoon tea by Mrs F W Lukis. In the absence of Mr Fhillipps, chairman of the Farmers' aud Settlers' Association, Mr H-iwter mpved . a hearty vote of thanks to Mr Wickens for his able demonstra tion. Votes, of thanks were also accorded' Messrs Wright and Lukis for the use -of their orchards and to Mrs Lukis for providing, afternoon tea. In responding, Mr Wickens expressed sincere/ pleasure at meet ing old friends. It was very difficult to explain the fundamental principle? of pruuing under most conditions,; but in Mr f H Wright's orchard they...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

UjMtsHsig, taefr f slicing, Expert Fupnitufo Packing, Mattrsssas fi'fnads equal to lew Apply— YXCTOEI A STREET, BTJN BURY -???? BtiiM a iowef' Mom®.

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Returned Soldiers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

^ 1 S©ii§g*a' Iii@§!at!on. The ordinary monthly meeting was held at the Council Chambers on Tuesday evening, when Mr W. Benson presided over a fair attend ance. It was decided to reply to a letter from the Gera'ldton branch statmg that the Bunbury branch was taking steps regarding the centralisation policy of the metropolitan branches. Geraldton complained that these branches were touting for newly arrived soldiers and, having Becured their subscriptions, let the country branches carry them for the.remaind er of the year. The question of payment of the enrolling officer, was referred to the District Council. { Regarding a complaint from a member, of his inability to obtain work at Roeland's quarry, Mr J. Knowler explained that this work was only initiated to relieve persons in distress/ It was decided to ask all members desiring employment on the relief works, to refer ..their application to the Repatriation Committee. The Guardian Insurance Coy wrote offering their agency to the As...

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Obituary. MRS ALICE CRENDON HUDSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

Obituary. ; MRS ALICE CRENDON HUDSON. The deceased lady, who was stricken by- paralysis, at Donnybrook on Saturday last, and brought in to the Bunbury Hospital, did not recov er from the stroke and passed away on Wednesday morning. The body was conveyed to her home and laid to rest in the local cemetery. Mr Crendon Hudson and a daughter are left to mourn their loss. The late Mrs Hudson was a native of Eng land, and arrived in this State some seven years ago. She was in her 44th year.

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Lyric Theatre. THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

L^ie Theatre. THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. To-day. — ' House of Hate,' epi sode 19; 'Good Night, Paul,' Constance Talmadge. &-.;=;? Sunday. — . ' The Bravest Way,' Sessue Hayawaka. \ Monday 18.— ' Damaged Goods.' Matinee 3 p.m, ladies only. Wednesday.— ^ ' A ;Grain of Dust,' Lilian Walker, y '' Thursday. — Children's fancy dress ban. , : - vv ,. v Friday. — See next issue. Saturday. — ' House of Hate,' final episode; 'Boss .of the Lazy 7,' Triangle drama.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

The ' Bunbury Herald' is the only local paper supplying the Latest Cable New.s. Boy's Cotton Tweed Knickers, size 9 to 12, 3s 6d,pair. Men's Black Sox Is 6d pair, 3 pair for 4s , Fashion Shirts, neat stripe, 6s lid. ' .'' , .. ;:;,.: ? Compare Our Prices, - ? ? ? r\. Note Address: Opposite Grand Central, Victoria Street, Buiihury.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

Why is the volunteer movement like a basket of apples? — Because every corps (core) has its colonel (kernel).

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Inquest. THE NECESSITY FOR SAFETY NETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

Inquest. ? ^ ? _ THE NECESSITY FOR SAFETY NETS. The inquiry into the cause of death of the Seaman Archibald McGill was concluded on Wednesday afternoon Mr Geo Clarke was acting Coroner and Messrs C Egglestone, J Cook and W Watkins the Jury, Sergeant R H Pilmer represented the police and Mr A E Jackson watched the proceedings on behalf of the Captain and Owners of the War Celt. Dr Flynn gave evidence regarding the post mortem held and said that the head had been completely crushed, evidently by tremendous force. This was the cause of death. Sergeant Pilmer deposed of the efforts to recover the body by drag ging. He said that this was the long est period between death and recov ery of the' body, during his service in Bunbury;. Constable J E Delf gave evidence of the finding of the body, about six miles north of Bunbury and the steps taken to remove it to the morgue. Thestatement of John Logue, & mate of deceased, was read. This stated that on the 26th ult the two had gone up t...

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A NEW FARMERS' MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

A ;NEW;FARMERS' MOVEMENT. A new farmers' movement has come into existence In Queensland, known as 'The Farmers' Alliance.' It will concentrate its energies upon 'the development of co-operation and combination, to bring producers to gether through the establishment of markets.' The platform of the new Alliance includes the following planks : — Farmers to be allowed to control their own industrial interests. . - Money to be made available at low interest for developmental work ; the farmers to create their own bank or to take over the Agricultural Bank from the Government. Minimum prices of farm products to be fixed by legally established1 boards of farmers. Education in tht country to be .equal to that given. to city children. Railways and water conservation works in fertile districts to be the first concern of Government. ? Telephone communication to be provided for all outlying districts and for most farm-houses. . Greater local government — the local control of local affairs. The...

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