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Quality of Federation. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

Quality of Federation. Commenting upon the small size of the. grains and the decreased qual ity of the flour, Messrs. Guthrie and Morris, the chemists attached to the New South Wales Department of Agriculture, say that the popularity of Federation may be the cause, as the grain of that variety is small, and it has produced a large number of different strains, some of which yield flour of rather poor quality. They add that this matter ought to right itself soon, as several wheats which are being tested as yielders are of higher growers. ?*. Irrigation. 'You must have reclamation of waste land. That cannot be under taken by individual landowners, for the simple reason that it may not de pend entirely on them. For instance there is the draining. It is no use your draining one part if you know that the- next part is not drained. Therefore, reclamation has got to be a connected effort directed by, the State, and at the present moment there are hundreds of thousands of acres that on inves...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Government Land Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

Sofemaof.Liiiii l@ti§§s. ? ? 1. Open for Leasing. — Reserve No 13129, near Karridale for grazing purposes. Apply Bridgetown, 2. Forfeitures. — Bessie Jones' Wagerup Lease 3820/153, | acre ; W. Q. Davies ' Nelson Lease 3614/93, 3000acreB. 3. Reserves. — Sussex Loc 1331, near Busselton, 8 acres, has been set apart as a cemetery reserve. 4. Again Open for Selection. — R. A. Black's Nelson Loc 7329, 187^ acres, at 10/6; L Killiok's Sussex Loc 1187, 8m. S.E, of Busselton, 160 acres at' 8/- ; Piesae and Bart's Kojon up Loc 6559, 3m. S. of Nailingup, 349 }i acres, at 7/6 ; AGeard's Nel son Locs 4037/38, 3 m Eof Quigup, 80 acres (Apply Bridgetown by 15th October) S Scully's Murray Loc 341, 8 m W of Hamel, 160 acres at 7/9 ;. F A Nichol's Williams Loc 10932, 7 m E of Hotham River, 610 acres at 4/3. (Apply Bunbury by 15 Oc Sober) R Williamson's Nelson Loc 5488, 16 m f rom Manjimup, 159^ a at 12/ ; W Munyard's Susssx Loc 961, 18 m E of Busselton, 160 acres at 7/6 (Apply Bridgetown by 22 Octobe...

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CLEANING AND CURLING WHITE FEATHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

CLEANING AND CURLING WHITE FEATHERS. To clean and curl white feathers, take a piece of soap the size of a, wal nut and dissolve it in a pint of water by heating over a fire. When the soap water has become tepid pour it into a wash-bowl and dip the fea ther in it. Then-take it into the left hand and with the thumb and finger of the right hand squeeze carefully from the base to the tip. After hav ing cleansed the feathers in this man ner dip them in clean fresh water, rinse them carefully, and dip them in water in which a tablespoonful of raw tarch has been dissolved, and colour ed with a few drops of liquid wash blue. Then lay them on clean linen and .dry them in the sun.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

OF ©rctlilFCi Clllf iVSltOE* This implement, which we illustrate below is made of steel, with the exception of handles, which are constructed of wood. It is extended by the aid of a lever, enabling the operator to open it up to its fullest when cultivating between rows of vege tation, when they are wide; on the other hand, he can close up to suit narrower rows of cultivation. These machines are extensi vely used for moulding up work, for potatoes or other growths. As scarafiers they are unequalled. The points are reversible, enabling the users to obtain double wear from same. Each machine is fitted with a gauge wheel to regulate the depth of cultivation. Orchard Plows (sin(-le and double furrow). These plows are built entirely of spring steel, with steel bodies, and steel sole plates; they are fitted with adjustable draught clevises, which enables orchardists to throw their draught cle vises to either side of the plow enabling them to get up close to their work. The handles are also...

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HOW DO YOU WALK? [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

HOW DO YOU WALK? I . A person 's walk is often a very : good indicator to their character. Firm, regular steps are said to de note a steady, reliable nature, while jerky, uneven movements indicate the reyerse. The energetic person walks quickly and stops suddenly; the dreamer saunters along with slow, ab stracted mien. The obstinate person goes straight ahead, refusing to turn aside for any body. On the other hand, the person who is ready to step out of everyone's way ia not necessarily weak-willed. They may be afflicted with too much courtesy. The; long, swinging step usually marks the generous, broad-minded person, while the small, petty tread shows the walker to be of a mean and :iiarrow character!. This* last rule applies, of course, far more to men .than to women.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

®sr ADAMS' ASPHALTUM ROOFING is much cheaper than Galvan d$£s%!&i£^?iJr£&** ^^^%st^. ^S ^-^ first cost and in frQiffht ^©^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ADAMAX ROOFING is not ^^^^^^s^^^^^^_ __^H'^^^^^^&=^H Sases- or exposure,- and will |H *T^-^^^^-^^^^a?&.'t^^^|-i^^^^^^ many degrees cooler than iron. ^ft^^^^SSi^lTOuPl^llH ABAMAX ROOFING may HI Ha tf?'4 i^Sf -~-w- /.'^hys* ^ f Sir ^e used as a floor covering, m j^Sl^S^ *L^-«^*V / '^ilp ;*'«?*« W especially over concrete or ^^^^^Sr^I^^^^^^W °°ADAMAX ROOFING— The * ^wilPlPi' ^^^v$$&^W&3^ W.A. Government used 1,000 *^Wj&Wf- '^f-ji^^S^^ T0^s for Wyndham Freezing ? *? ' , Wool Store, Fremantle. WILLIAM &BASVIS & CO. LIMITED 33-35 KING STREET, PERTH. Local Agents carrying Stocks:— Narrbgin Trading & Agency Co., II. Lake, Bridgetown. Bunbury. v. Cowderoy, Greentmshes. F. Smith, Donnybrook. . . ' ? , THK HAVE THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF UP-TO-DATE HARDWARE IN THE WEST. . SPECIAL...

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THE AYRSHIRE STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

THE AYRSHIRE STANDARD. A conference of Ayrshire breeders at Glasgow (Scotland) has adopted the 'following standard of points for judging Ayrshire cattle : Form, sym metry, and constitution, 30 per cent.; mammary development, to include teats, shape of udder, and veins 35 per cent. ; authenticated milk-yield in the cows, 35 per cent.; or authenticated milking pedigree in bulls and young er, females, 35 per cent.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

, 1 One Minute from Beach and Baths. » i; Swan Beer ^SS? Daniel Crawford's Bulk Whisky ? 1 Is. 6d per bottle. ' S. C. AVER1LL, Proprietor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

C PROPRIETOR - A. E. MOORE. / v A Delightful Country Holiday Resort, s \ Easy ssotoring distance of Busselton and i / the Caves. / $ Best Liquors only Stocked. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

i Stephen Street, Bud bury. The 'PRINCE' is the Most Thorough and Up-to-date House in the Metropolis of the SoUh-West. ? . ^ ? On the main Bunbury and Busselton-Bridgctown Roads. You might get as good elsewhere but you can't get better Refreshments and Liquors than sup plied at the above. - Afternoon Teas a Specialty. 'Benzine and Oils for Motorists. . ? ARTHUR CLARICE (late A.LF.) Licensee. Opposite Railway Station. Under New Management. STANDARD BRANDS OF LIQUORS ONLY STOCKED. .GEORGE SHOOTER Pgoprietog. VJLait Harvey Weir and ftSileo of Orange Groves. Special Provision made tfoar Week End Parties and Holiday Seekers. i THE HAftVEY HOTEL; Comprises over 16 Bedrooms Spacious Dining Room, Parlors, Music and Billiard Rooms; Hot and Cold Baths, Motor Shed Stabling, and all the most up-to-date Conveniences. Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. Telephone No. 34. Under the Personal Supervision of the Proprietress : MRS. E. HURLEY, _^ ? Lat® off York and Yarioop. Excellent Accommod...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

TIic Most Cmtealiy Situated Hots! In Btrnfetwry. - .. -L. O; ILLINQWOIITH, ?-.;. * Proprietor. Wines Beers, and Spirits of the Finest Quality , „,' Most Popular Billiard Room in the Town. Every Convenience and Comfort for Boarders at Reasonable Rates. WHEN IN PERTH STAY AT THE .*»--?' ' _ — — — — — — 68 ~6c£ P®£ B3-ay. 35b P®* Week. Hot and Gold Baths. Electric Light and Lift to all Floors. , Comfortable and Central, ' The Country Vlsitora Home from Home. FREE MOTOR GARAGE. Victoria Steeet, Buhhasy* . The largest and most comfortable Lounge Bar in the South-West. Bleotric Fans, Coolness and Rest. All Drinks off the Ice. Afesefcstd? OBty SWAM. BEER Dnwn. E.E-- COCKS Pgoggfetet. Under ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT. Beautiful drives among the most Superb Scenery in W.A. An Ideal Spot for a Quiet Holiday. 850 feet above sea level. All local produce used at the Hotel. Conveyances of all kinds for hir&. Ptogrietot - - ~~wTr. RICHAKPSOK. ;'. GREENBUSHES. . BRmE I. EYLES - - Uemm®. Brery ...

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Dodge Car in War Work Mrs. Ballington Booth's Experience. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

Dodge Car in War Work Mrs. Ballington Booth's Experience. Among the numerous letters of congratulation re ceived by Dodge Brothers on the performance of their ?14,000 cars serving with the American army, there is one in particular which the manufacturers especially prize. It was written by Mrs. Ballington Booth, one of the chiefs of the Volunteers of America, the organisation that endeared itself to the American doughboys for its splendid welfare work in the European war. The letter, which is in most respects similar to Hun dreds ? of others commenting on the\service ? given by Dodge Brothers motor car, is as follows: — 'Several times while travelling through France and Germany I was inspired to exclaim: 'I. really must write to the Dodge Company when I get home and tell them what 'J think of their 'car.' Now that I am home that intention has not weakened. I have spent the whole of this winter in France and Germany 'amid the mud and rain and shell-torn roads of the battle front, and...

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The Motoring World. Fuel Costs. Reduction Imperative. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

[?] Fuel Costs. . ..'-£:' Reduction Imperative. ' ' ? ? ?iTtnV attitude of the purchasing public towards the -motor cycle- is at present one of restrained anticipation (says the 'Motor Cycle Trader,' England). Those who for reasons arising put of the war were compelled ' to relinquish the use of their machines are now in most cases taking active steps to regularise their position as motor ists .again. In the majority ot cases new motor cycles will be required, while an even larger number is doubtless framing intentions or adopting a more definite attitude such as will bring them into the market as purchasers. ' The difficulties yet to be surmounted by the manufac turers must, however, inevitably delay motor cycle pro duction on the very large scale that will be necessary, and before the demands of newcomers can be attended to the long 'waiting lists' will have to. be disposed of. It is early yet to predict the character of, as distinct from the demand for, motor cycles. We may, howe...

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CONSTITUTION AMENDMENT BILL. Melbourne, Last Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

GOPTiTOTIOi AiilOiflT BILL Melbourne, Last Evening. The:Senate sat all night debatiug the ' Constitution Amendment ' Bill. An amendment by Senator O'Loghlen to refer ihe matter to a Select Com mittee for inquiry was negatived. The Bill was read a second time and taken into committee. The Bill passed all stages with Government amendments only.

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DID WE GET FAIR VALUES? [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

DID WE GET FAIR VALUES? Many. of our farmers and graziers are complaining fiercely that they,, are not getting a fair price for their wheat and wool. But the great ma jority are well pleased with the re sult of the Wheat and Wool Pools. Mr. Falkiner, the famous breeder of high-class stud sheep, is one of the satisfied men. Speaking to a con ference of woolmen lately, Mr. Fal kiner said: 'I do not think we sold our wool to Great Britain to make, money out of her in her hour of crisis. We sold our wool at a fair price so that the soldiers could be clothed, and so that the Empire could carry on the war to a successful con clusion. Had we been neutrals we might have got more for it. I, as a woolgrower, think we have iad a yjery fair price for our wool. (Ap plause.) If a woolgrower tells n*e that he cannot make a profit, and carry on at 15*d. then I tell him to take a fool's advice and find some other occupation/' The 'applause' shows that there are other fair-minded men in the sheep bus...

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Trinity College of Music, London. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

Wm\t$ Oiiiega of lysicfi The local secretary, Mr A. V. Parkes, has made available the follow ing results of the Trinity College of Music, London, examinations, held in Bunbury on Friday last ; — FIRST STEPS. Pass. — Catherine Doris Baird, Thelm* Jean Prosser (Miss Myrtle Knight, L.T.O.L.) Sybil Clarke, Mildred Marriott, Stella Marriott, Muriel Campbell Metcalfe, Edmond Joseph Morris, Mary Florence Nenke (Convent, Bunbury). Ruth Victoria Hocking, Lillian Audrey Wilson, Valerie Eska Jones (Miss I. Rhead). PREPARATORY. Honours. — Mavis Isabella Adden brooke ; pass — Hazel Esther Withers (Miss M. Knight L.T.O.L.) Honours. — Ivy Margaret Atkins (Miss Moriarty). Honours. — Mavis Edith Bettes worth, William Meyer (violin), Amera Singh (Convent, Bunbury). Pass. — Selma Gibbs, Maxine Sarah Joel, Lena Milne, Vera Jane Milne (Miss I. Rhead). Honours.-T-Phyllis Robetta Wright (Mr 3. C. P. Stone, Harvey). JUNIOR. Honours.— Ena Alphonsus Boor, John Flynn, May Cum nun's McKenzie, May Verschuer; pu...

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THE CAUSE OF HIGH PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

THE CAUSE OF HIGH PRICES. People in Australia attribute the high prices of commodities to the' in flation of the currency by issues of paper money. They seem to imagine that the pound note has not the same buying value as the gold sovereign. Notwithstanding this belief, it is a fact that the sovereign wouldn't buy a pennyworth more in Perth to-day than the Commonwealth pound note. An American authority, on the other hand,, in endeavouring to explain the high' prices in the United States, attribute's them to a glut of gold. He says: — ' The United States is suffering from a plethora of gold, no less than one billion dollar's worth of the precious metal having flowed into the country since 1914, and having been kept here in circulation. The result is that money is cheap and commodities are consequently dear. Over production affects gold just as it does anything else.' ? ??'?-? . The fact of the matter is -that the price of commodities is high because there is a scarcity of. commoditie...

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Social and Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

Social and hmml ? *-- — ? . The engagement 13 announced of Miss Dora Johnston, daughter of Mr and Mra J. Forster Johnston, of ' Leschenault,' to the Rev Mr Moor* house, who has been recently appointed to the parish of Boyanup. Miss Timperley, of Albany, who has been the guest of the Misses Mitchell far Minn oraaL-s t«ff. tny Perth on Wednesday. Mr E, Collins, who recently re turned' from a long spell of active service; was a foundation member of the Balingup Rifle Oiub. He was given an enthusiastic welcome on the range on Sunday last. Lieut W. Leslie Owen, late R.F.C., and his wife are staying with Mr and Mrs W. L. Owen at the Residency. Messrs Parkes and Flynn are visiting Perth. They should cause ' some ' flutter in metropolitan dove cotes. Lieut R. Lukis, son of the secretary of the Balingup Road Board, intends taking up sheep farming permanently in tho North-West. ? ' Foster ' Prichard is a recognised authority , on bridge. By the way, rumour has it that his marriage with popula...

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SPORTING. "HERALD" SELECTIONS. GOODWOOD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

SPORTING. ' HERALD ' SELECTIONS. GOODWOOD RACES. Second Glass Purse. — Loch Lure 1, Miarnui 2, Little Perks 3. Second Class Plate (1st division.) — Epsilon 1, Ferville 2, Cool. .Cheek 3. Second Class Plate (2nd division.) —Lady Mureena 1, Betty Burke 2, Explore 3. Goodwood Handicap. — Varcofel 1, Wonopin 2, Palisade 3. v First Class Purse (1st division.) — Nonplussed 1, Carrawindy 2, Feeri que 3. First Class Purse (2nd division.) — Proud 1, Golden Pledge 2, Faith - waif 3. Welter. — Drumont 1, Ambrian 2, Tutu 3.

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DENIKIN'S ADVANCE DISPUTED. London, Oct. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

oisraTEO. . ? $? .. . . London, Oct. 10. The situation in Russia is gen erally less favorable than at the beginning of the summer. Large forces from Petrograd and Moscow have been despatohed to endeavor to stem General Deuikin'a advance.

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