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Shipping. VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

Shipping. Vessels in Port. Premier, Dredge. S.s. Talawa, (A. F. Spencer, - agent.) - ;- , ';^-._ Expected Arrivals. S.s Apolda, (Millars T. and T. Co, Ltd, agents.) Notes. ' : The Talawa arrived early on Sun day morning, and loading started on Monday. She will take 3,300 loads of timber from various consignors for Melbourne.

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Lyric Theatre. THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

Lyrie Theatre. THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. To-day. — -'A Grain of Dust,' Lilian Walker. Thursday. — Children's fancy dress ball. Friday.— Saturday. — ' House of Hate,' final episode; 'Boss of the Lazy 7,' Triangle drama.

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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

pi lofieii.- -- Mails close at the Bunbury Post Office at 1.40 p.m. on the dates mentioned for the places indicated: — United Kingdom, Egypt and Ind ia (including soldiers' mails) August 30. America and Canada, August 30. Eastern States, August 23.

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Social and Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

Social and Personal. The engagement of Cora, daughter of Sir Newton and Lady Moore, to Capt. Ian Brebner-Bullen, of the Scottish Rifles has been announced. Sir Newton was visiting South America and Jamaica when the last English mails left. He expected to be absent about ten weeks. At an early date, Sergt. R. B. Martin, 16th Bat, youngest son. of Mr G. E: Martin, of Riversdale, Manjimup, will lead Miss Stella Mason to the alter. Her parents, Mr and Mrs F. Mason, reside at Riley Road, Claremont. Mr and Mrs Shanahan, of Green bushes, are visiting their sons at Bunbury. ----- _ Mr Wedd Tuxford has put chased a share in the motoring business of Messrs McOlure and Faull, and, during the temporary absence of the latter, will carry on the business. Mr Tuxford is an ex-Bunburyiie. For many years, his father, carried on the business now run by the Narrogin T. and A. Coy., Ltd. He served four years as a munition worker in Eng land, and, during that time, secured a full acquaintance with the va...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

n . ..?:' -?? ? ? , .... ? ? ' ^ JH&e Most Ceateally Stttfafe^ Hotel la Btmfett?y. . ^ MaIA -wir 8 fa Shu&q ^ y ^Vin^ Bjifere; *hrf Spirits of the Finest Quality - , ;, ./.??. '_ Most Popular Billiard- Room in the Town. Every Convenience khd Comfort for Boarders: at Reasonable ; Rates. '':,; VWHUN IN PERTH ' . / ; '.'???? STAY AT THE 1 : ? Hot and Cold Baths. Electrio Light and Lift to all FloorsT''''^ *Hio - CJoiaffttey Visitoif © Hosnd- ft&tci FREE MOTOR GARAGE. ?-.? ;.::';;.', ? -.The OH ; ?Spftt* ' ? . .. , : Ytetofia Stf@@t, .Bffnfeffty* ' Newly Renovated and now under Naw Management. V -'..-. % The Right Liquors and Best Accommodation. '?:-? ???'?' ?-: A%8bJ«telf OflIy':SWAH-BEER Dttwni. it. 'El' COCSKS ? - .-?'?-.' Psoptlekot. ? :\ .;.,,;..? .-^ /©REENBUSHESr. ? ,,,,..' ' Efefe I, ETfLES - - Licensee;' '? Brery Obratoft aud Convenience for Boarders at Reasonable Rates. The Commercial Travellers* House for the Tinfields. Best Liquors only kept. BUSSETLK...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

' ;CAiPEL. FROmiETOR - A. E. MOORE. A. Dalightiul Country Holiday Resort. Easy motoring distance of Busselton and the Cares. / Beat liquors only Stocked. / One Minute from Beach ant£ Satlie, OWaSs ICSgSSSE Sottled. Daniel Crawford's Bulk Whisky ' * 11s 6d per bottle. , S. C. AVERILL, Proprietor, y

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

Stephen Street, Bunbury. -cs-The ' PRINCE' is tht- Most Thoro.^b and Up-to-date House. :. in the Metropolis of the Soi th- West. Ssiilway H©t@IB B©yannpo On the main Bunbury and Busselton-Bridg town Eoads. You might get as gooi elsewhere but you can't get better Refreshments and Liquors than sup plied at the above. Afternoon Teas a Specialty. -Benzine and Oik for Motorists. ARTHUR CLARKE (iate A.I.F.) Liceasee. The -, Hallway Hotel, ? -»J^~ Opposite Railway Station. -Under New Management . STANDARD BRANDS OP LTQUOR3 ONLY STOCKED. GEORGE SHQQTE%' Ptopgietdf. ' Visit Harv©? Weir and Miles of Orange Groves. Special Provision mad© for Weak End Parties and Holiday Seekers. Comprises over 16 Bedrooma Spacious Dining Room, Parlors, Muaic and Billiard Rooms, Hot and Cold Baths, Motor Sbed 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, . ? Late of York and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

We. have at the present time many enquiries for Small Country Properties up to aSlOOO. Kindly Send Particulars to — :

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Rifle Notes. BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

Rifle Nofai. BUNBURY. The sixth shoot for the ' Buiibury Herald' trophy took place on Sunday last over the 200 and 300 yards' ranges, and was won by E. Tomlinsdti on the count back from J. B. Nisbet. Following are the scores : — 200 300 Tl Hp Ag Tomlinson 34 29 63 11 70 J. Nisbett 33 31 64 6 70 Cunningham .27 31 58 11 69 F. Smith 31 33 64 4 68 Trenoweth 33 30 63 3 86 O. Ryan 34 28 62 3 65 H. Sharp 32 27 59 6 65 S. Birch 32 28 60 3 63 C.'Hill... 32 30 62 1 63 J. Murray 26 18 44 14 58 Mr J. Murray donated .trophies for for the first, second and third men; securing the most bulls-eyes in four shoots. These were won by C. Hill, 37 ; J. R. Nisbestt, 28 and H. Tren-; bweth 27. The latter only competed! in three contests.

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POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS Melbourne, August 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS Melbourne, August 19. The charges against Le Cornu and the Seamen's Union, arising out of the strike, were to-day further post poned til| 29th inst.

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Upper Blackwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

Upper BlaQkwood. ? -*fc Copious rains have fallen, hence the crops are looking promising, and of a good healthy green. Lambing has been far better than expected after the trying season experienced by the ewes during last summer, and some good percentages are recorded. Settlers can boast that a total crop railure through bad seasons has never been recorded against this district ; in fact, the South-West generally is blessed with fairly regular seasons. With such a fertile soil it should carry a very large population in the not fai» distant future. Oi'chardists are busy pruning, and a bumper fruit crop is expected should no thrip vis itations occur at blossoming time. Dogs have- been killing a lot of sheep m different parts of the district, some losses being attributed to ding oes, but a good deal being due to mongrels of the domestic species that that owners do not keep under con trol. Mr W. Lee-Steere has lost about 50 sheep, and other owners lesser numbers. If the ' Dbg Act,' as in...

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CONFIDENCE IN LE CORNU. Melbourne, August 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

CONFIDENCE IN LE CORNU. Melbourne, Auerust 19. A meeting of 800 Melbourne sea men was held, to-day. After animated debate a vote of confidence in Mr Le Cornu was passed, thanking him for his fight to improve the seamen's conditions. It is understood that Le Cornu will leavo for Svr?nftv tn-nicVif, He has wired for a mass meeting to he held in Sydney at which it is un derstood that he will justify his action in' connection with the nego tiations with the Government. In all likelihood Le Cornu will urge the meeting to fall into line with the Victorian and South Australian branches in regard to accepting the Government's proposals for a confer ence.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

Do not worry about Galvanised Iron being scarce and the price ridi culously high. The NARROGIN TRADING & AGENCY CO. LTD. have the Agency for this District forADAMAX ROOFING FEL^ 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. Envelopes, Luggage Labels, Bill heads, Circulars, Writing Pads, Dance Tickets, Ball Programmes, Visiting Cards, printed at the Bunbury Merald office. Write for quotes. [A CARD.] «Jo IL©wi© IPiflsliiiii'cl^ L.D.S , B.D.ScV DENTAL SURGEON. Victoria-st, Bunbury. v Above Thomas & Co's. Dispensary Miss ICimigMj A.T.C.L., L.A.B., L.T.C.L., ~ Terms and particulars on application to — AlISS KNIGHT, Stephen-street, Biinbuiy. Phone 121. MiSS V, BlHlflBlg, A.T.C.L. . Teacher of Pianof...

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Mullalyup. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

Hullalpp, Congratulations —Mr and Mrs W. Hancock, of Mullalyup, a son. . The residents had a musical treat on Saturday last, on the occasion of the visit of the Rev Mr Riley and concert party from Greenbushes. Illustrated songs were rendered and many beautiful views of the Old Country thrown upon the screen. The wet weather interfered wi£a' the attendance of a large number of visi tors from Balingup who had arranged to be present, The proceeds were in aid of the Methodist Church. We regret very much to report that Mrs J. Walker is far from will. For some time she has been suffering from an ear affection causing intense pain. During last week she vpas in Perth for medical treatment, but She has obtained very little relief so far*

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The Bunbury Herald THE COST OF THE WAR. FORTY THOUSAND MILLIONS. London, August 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

? . ? 1 The Bunbury Herald [?] THE COST OF THE W&R. 1 ? o ? FORTY THOUSAND MILLIONS. London, Aueust 19. ? The Prime Minister, Mr. Lloyd George, speaking in the House of Commons this afternoon, dealt -with the country's trade and industrial position. He complained that some people expected industry and produc tion to be normal as soon as. the war was over. These persons did not realise the magnitude of the last five year's disturbance. The aggregate direct cosf of the war to the world was forty thousand millions sterling. How could the world return to normal conditions immediately. With that expenditure over, it would take just as long to adopt the machinery of the workshops of the country to peace as it had taken to turn them to war uses. with :— Port to Pert Rate.—Mr Kaeshagen reported that the deputation appoint* ed to wait on the District Superintend tendant to request the re -instating of this system had been successful in securing the concession. Mr W. L. Thomas said th...

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Brunswick Red Cross Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

Branswlei Red Sross Society On the nth inst, the Brunswick branch of the Red Cross Society held its annual meeting, when the report and balance sheet were adopted The latter showed receipts totalling ,£48/10/5, including .£31/7/7 brought in. JB^s/16/Q had been spent on material which had been made into garments, and ^12/13/8 was still in hand. During the year 580 articles of clothing had been despatched, as well as parcels of books, magazines, etc. The report emphasises the fact that work must still be done for those in the Hospitals and Convalescent Homes. It concludes with an ex pression of thankfulness that Peace has at last been vouchsafed the world. The committee for the ensu ing year was elected as follows : — President, Mr AF Clifton, vicepres ident, J D Martin ; secretary, Mrs A F Clifton; treasurer, W Crannage; committee, Mesdames Kasten, Mort, A Wright, Marston and Crannage, Messrs A E Clifton, W Pass, J O Partridge, A Warburton, S Bowers, C O'Neil and Rev A Fryer.

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SEAMEN'S TROUBLE. OVERSEAS SAILORS ASKED FOR SUPPORT. Sydney, August 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

SEAMEN'S TROUBLE. ? -s- » '» OVERSEAS SAILORS ASKED FOR SUPPORT. 'rit - .... Sydney, - ugust 19. A mass meeting cf the overseas seamen has been called for to-night, when an appeal for support will be made by the Australian seamen. The possibility of the crews of over sears steamers joining in the strike is being freely discussed. Recent oc currences are said to show that it is easy, through the firemen, for the seamen to hold up oversea boats

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THE NATIONALISATION OF COAL MINES. London, August 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

THE NATIONALISATION OF GOAL MINES. London, Auerust 19. The Prime Minister stated that the Government had accepted the policy of State purchase of mineral rights in coal, but was unable to accept Justice Sankey's scheme for the State purchase of mines.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

r( When One and All will be able to pack up the Bargains. You will smile with delight at the Ridiculously Low Prices, and as Boor's have the Largest and Finest Assortment - . ; ;'J': of Drapery and Clothing in the South-West, you may find many Bargains. The Goods were purchased when the Prices were Low, and Boor's -have determined to give the -??? - ' '*.,,. public the benefit of far-seeing buying. No Bankrupt Stocks does he buy, but AH New and Direct from the Manufacturers. ;. V. v For to make room for further shipments. The room is also wanted to allow ' elbow room ' for the carpenters and bricklayers, who will be making farther extension to premises^ ~ %£j& The above shows the growth of his Business and the public know that Boor's give the Best Value for Money. His Motto is :— 'Small Profits said Quick Return.' ' '': :^W^^ Dress Department. In this Department BOOR'S are giving Bargains which the public i ? have been looking for. Having secured some Exceptional Values .in ...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

Loca! mi Sgneral, The Municipal Baths. — In our advertising columns it is notified that tenders for the lease of these baths, for one year, will be received, at the Town Clerk's office, up to Monday, September 8th. Books and Magazines.— -The Green bushes Public Hospital and the Iso lation Hospital ai*e making urgec.t appeals for supplies of literature, for the use of the patients.- Residents in all centres might look through their old books and send along those they have finished with. Lyric Theatre — On Monday next, the Lyric Theatre will present; Enid Bennett, Perth's own Movie Artiste, in ' The Biggest Show on Earth ' In this thriller Enid Bennett beards ten lions in their den, and puts her head into the mouth of one of them. She earns her money. ?Free ?Inoculation— -This' Medical Officer, Dr Joel, notifies by advertise ment 'that he .will ,'be at. the Council Chambers each;Wednesday afternoon from 3.30 p.m. for the . purpose of administering free public (nnocul* ation. Australia...

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