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

HOBBIES. . (By Walt Mason.) Come into the garden, Maud, And see my nice string beans; My peas are now in pod, And I have some flossy greens. My wife remarks, 'Your garden's fine, from cabbage-head to pumpkin vine. You have the nicest bed of slaw, the finest beets I ever saw. You've surely reason for your pride; I know how you have wrought and tried to have a garden that would take the bun, the chromo, and the cake. But really, Walt,' say she, ' I fear you'll bore our friends who journey here. You 're talking garden all the time, and such obsessions are a crime. No soon er does a guest arrive than you with misfit ardor strive to lead him to your garden sass, where you will brag while long hours pass. ' . ?'' Come into the garden, Maud, And see the treasures there; , My squash is large and broad, And my pumpkin passing fair. How easy t'is to be- a borji.^and make the heads of neighbours^iaore! I visit Jinks to chat and laugh, and he turns on the phonograph, and plays' the records that...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE ARMY OF OCCUPATION. Paris, Oct. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

THE AB1I OIF Q60U PATION. Paris. Oct. 10. Generals Maugin, Gerard, and Fayelle have been recalled from the Rhine owing to the diminishing armies maintained there. General Egoutte takes over the command of the inter-allied armies of occupation.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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LEMON JELLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

LEMON JELLY., This avery choice preserve. Small lemons will do well enough to make it of, but they must be quite yellow — any green rind will tend to make the jelly bitter. ;Cut the lemons into thin slices, and remove the seeds. * Put the fruit into a clean preserving pan with water, in the proportion of threequar ters of water to two and a half pounds ?of sliced fruit, and a good pinch of salt. Place the pan over a 'brisk fire and bring to simmering point, at which keep it for about fifteen minutes, then cover, and stand aside till next day^ Then, if the fruit is quite soft, strain it through muslin, squeezing slightly while the liquid runs out clear. Of course, if the fruit be not soft, it will 'have to be re-heated; but this'is not at all likely to be the ease. Put the lemon-water into a clean pan, and to each pint add 20 ounces of crystal sugar. Boil gently until it jellies, then strain into a hot jug, and pour from it into hot glasses. Put away iii a cool, dry plaee, and, after...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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GERMANY AND LITHUANIA Paris, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

lEWP kM UTP&HlX Paris, Ootober 10. Marshal Foch's Dote to Germany demands the immediate evacuation of Lithuania. Possibly an inter-allied commission will go to Lithuania to superintend the evacuation.

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HOW THEY DO THINGS IN MICHIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

HOW THEY DO THINGS IN MICHIGAN; * Among the new laws passed by the Michigan (U.S.A.) Legislature is one which reorganises the rural school system, in order that pupils, may have better opportunities of attending nigh school. This law provides that whenever the 'district boards of three or more rural districts deem it advisable to estab lish a 'rural agriculture school by con 1 solidating the territory of the districts, the board may submit the question of consolidation to the electors at a regu lar or special meeting called for the purpose. It is intended that the school building of the agricultural district shall become a community centre, and be available for use by the public after school hours, religious and political gatherings being baned. Such buildings must be properly constructed, with ample water supply, proper ventilation and sewerage, and must have the necessary equipment for the teaching1 of agriculture, manual training and home economics. Vehicles, with all proper equi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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U.S.A. AND JAPAN. Vancouver, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

US.!. IW UHl *** ? Vancouver, October In. A message from Washington says that as a result of strong representa tion made towards Japan by the United States the Japanese command er has ordered his troops to co-operate more effectively with the Americans operating on the Trans-Siberian Rail way. The United States threatened to withdraw her troops from Siberia unless the Japanese worked more harmoniously.

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DIARRHOEA IN FOALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

DIARRHOEA IN FOALS. ^Dealing with the question of diarr hoea in foals, a very frequent and seri ous malady, the 'Farmers' Advocate' (Canada) says:— 'The principle of treatment is to make the ? patient ? as comfortable as possible, allay pain, check tho excessive secretions of the mucous and digestive glands of the in testines, and keep up the patient's strength. Some veterinarians say tHat diarrhoea is always due to the presence of soriie irritant, and that. this must be removed by the administration of a purgative. Theoretically this , argu jneiit may have force, but in most cases it is unwise to treat in this way. The administration of a laxative or pjirga tive can do no good unless a reasonable length of time — at least twelve to four teen hours — be allowed before means of checking the diarrhoea be restored to. 'Opium gives the best results, as it eases pain and checks secretion. It is ge nerally given in the form of laudanum in 1-drachm or 2-drachm doses (ac cording to size of ...

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

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

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Ginger and Lemon Syrup. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

Ginger and Lemon Syrup. Boil half a pound of bruised green ginger in one quart of water for fif teen minutes; then add H pounds of castor sugar, and half an ounce of citric acid; boil for, another 20 minutes ; strain, and, when cool, add a little essence of lemon; bottle. One tablespoonful in a glass of iced water. Bread Sauce. One breakfast cupful grated bread crumbs, two cupfuls of milk, one onion. Place breadcrumbs, milk, and onion cut up into two or three pieces in small saucepan; let them soak for twenty minutes; place them on the fire and boil until sauce is smooth; take out the onion, and put in one tablespoonful . butter, pepper, and salt; allow to boil up once and serve. Tomato Sauce. Twelve tomatoes, four cloves, pep per and salt, one sprig parsley, and two small onions (sliced), three ounces butter, two ounces- flour. Stew for twenty minutes the tomatoes, cloves, pepper and salt, onions, and parsley; rub through sieve; put into the pan, butter, allow to melt; add flour gr...

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Suggested Share-farming Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

Suggested Share-farming Scheme. Mr. Robert Gibson, of Harden, has suggested as the basis - of share farming agreement that the land owner shall receive 5* per cent, inter est on the value of his land used, and on the seed wheat and manure if he provides them, that the share-farmer shalf receive 10 per cent, on the value of his horses and plant, that the cost of putting in and taking off, in cluding horsefeed used, shall be paid for on an agreed-upon basis, and that the profits, if any, shall be equal ly divided. The stubble, it is sug gested, shall belong to the landowner, but if he feeds off the crop he shall pay the share-farmer for the feed so obtained.

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Correspondence. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

Correspondence. To-he Editor.; : Sir.— In Thursday's issue of. your contemporary an article' appeared headed 'Local .'.Repatriation Coxmit tee,' wh'.ch contained a statement alleged to have been madefy 'myself in reference to a petition to be forwarded to the Deputy Comptroller of Repatriation against the action of the secretary of the local Repatriation Committee. Now,' sir, per. medium of your valuable paper, I trust you will permit me to emphatically contradict ever having made such a statement, or that such a petition has been prepared. It may be of interest to your readers to know Exactly the position of unemployed returned men who are engaged in intermittant work, and if you will kindly grant me space I will endeavoui fy- briefly explain. A ruling has been obtained from Melbourne in connection with the Repatriation Act to the effect that sustenance will not be paid to men who (depending on work of an intermittant nature prior to enlisting) have been employed since their discha...

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Australian Labour Party. SOUTH WEST DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

Australian Labour Party. SOUTH WEST DISTRICT COUNCIL. aoMB The quarterly meeting of the Council was held at the 'Tivoli' Theatre, Collie, on Sunday, Sep tember 28th. Officers and Delegates present — Fred J Withers (President) T M Lowry, J H Close, Sid Gibson, JT Horrocks and EHollis (Collie River District Miners Union) J Beidy (Collie Australian Engineers) E Me Alister and P Risdon (Timber Wor kers Union), D Brennan (Bunbury Lumpers' Union), C Risely and A Walton (Bunbury and Collie Bran- 1 ches, Loco Drivers F. and C. Union) Geo Young, (Australian Workers' Union), E K Greville -and D Me Kinnon (Bunbury and Collie Branches W.A.A.S.R.E.), L E Davy (Collie and Manjintup Branches A,L.P.), J S Jackson (Bunbury A.L.P.), R L Williams, (Collie Traders' Employees and Bunbury Branch Shop Assist ants) and J Shanahan (Secretary). Messrs A A Wilson M.L.A. and B. McCabe also attended as visitors during the afternoon session. Credentials were received on behalf of the following — E K Greville, Bu...

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AFGHANISTAN AND CAUCASIA RESTLESS. London, Oct. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

[?] London, Oct. 10. Raiding gangs are active at Peshawur. German and Austrian7 agents are creating mischief among the Afghan troops at Marv. The Afghan officials circulated a mislead* - ing account of the Peace Treaty with a view to showing that Britain had | accepted humiliating conditions, j Thesa reports had a bad eSeot along the Turkestan frontier, and serious trouble is apprehended in the Cau casus. General Starbord (Chief of the American Mission) was shot at, but was not injured. Muoh Bol shevik propaganda work is going on

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THE UNSPEAKABLE! London, Oct. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

THE Mmi&SLE! London, Oct. 10. The Australian Press Association learns that the situation in Asia Minor is going from bad to worse, There are rumours of a conspiracy against the Sultan and Grand Vizer, while AHBazi has formed a strongly Nationalist cabinet.

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TROUBLED IRELAND. London, Oct. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

TROUBLED IRELAND. ?^ — London, Oct. 10. Mr Lloyd George presided at a meeting of Cabinet to consider the Irish Question. Sir Edward Carson was summoned during the sitting.

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

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Lyric Theatre. THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

lyrle Thimfra. THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. To-day.— 'Fatal Ring,' episode 6 ; 'T'other Dear Charmer,' Louise Huff. Sunday. — ??' The Vamp,' Enid Bennett. ? Monday.—' Riddle Gawne,' W. S. Hart. Wednesday.—' Houdini,' episode 2 ; ' The Spark Divine,' Alice Joyce. Friday.—', The Car of Chance,' F. Farnum ;' Money Madness,' Mary Maclareu. Double feature programme.

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

Smart Gream Silk Blouses, hQmstitched. large^S pearl buttons; 16s 6d. - y Neat 'Nifty Blouses, in whit® silk, 12@ 6d. ' , '-'.. Stylish Whit© ¥oile Blouses, 7s lid. ? ?- ? -,-,'.= Blouses in striped cr©p®, 5s lid. ' '? ?-.../' Floral Yoile Blouses, 8s lid. , ' . y-?}''' '':-'': Corner Stephen &' Victoria- Streets ^ ; x ? . ? .???? ';.? BUNBURY. ?'

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