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THE INDUSTRIAL OUT-LOOK. NATIONALISATION OF MINES. London, Oct. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

THE IHDUITRI&l OUT-LOOK. NATIONALISATION OF MINES. London, Oct. 10. A joint cotMremce of the Executive of the Miner.31 Federation, Parlia mentary Committee, and the Trades Union Congress, has decided to* press for the nationalisation of mines. It points out that the Government' customarily adopts reports of its own Commissions, and adds that the .whole Trade Union movement' sup ports the demand for legislation. Upon receiving Mr Lloyd George's expected refusal on Thursday,, the next step will 6e to summon a special Trades Union Congress in London to decide how to compel the Govern ment to carry out Mr Sankey's i*e porfc. No unconstitutional action, or unauthorised strike, is contemplated. It is expected that Congress will order a ballot to be taken.

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The Bunbury Herald BULGARIA STILL UNSUBOUED. Paris, Oct. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

The Bunhuty Herald [?] §UIiiI STILL Paris, Oct. 10. Serious unrest continues in South ern Europe. The new Government in Bulgaria is reported to be support ing a movement to make the signing of the Peace Treaty impossible. The population 'is being supplied with arms with the idea of bringing about a bloody conflict on the frontier.

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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

JBHL^. — .^HmB£ - .^Hbl - »BSL -J33 ^SSShil JM$& ^HsL. ^a ESS j ' . ? - ' .?''.' - ; i Obtainable at Victoria Street,. Bunbury* ?????*? ? completion of ©uf Bfew Pironlsiss - ? *?'''*? at our Present Establishment.. Opening Day 1 . : y ... Tlte Latest in M^,nttes9 Dresses, .? . ? ; Smisliacies and Dress Materials, etc. ' : - A llUllo JOlClJr Wdl fUL dL fe*?3*PllT9 &rf&U*

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MAJOR BREARLEY ANSWERS A CATECHISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

MAJOR BREARUiY ANSWERS A CATECHISM. . $Iajor Brearley has been deluged with questions, and has been good emough to satisfy the curiosity;; o£- inquirers on- varidus points. We give hereuuder -Kis replies to some of. the questions:— '.'., ??.'-r-J'r^ '?'-': A- ' The name of the engine used in my ?/ Ay.ro biplanes is the 'Mono.' It develops 100 h.p. y . i s ? feThe speed ordinarily attained is from 70 to 80 miles per hour. It varies considerably with the _wind condi tions. ... . '??'';../? ;.?.:?.'?. . vftpere is practically no waiting list. -Flights can be arjiffi^ed at any reasonable time on any day. There is no carburetter. v ; ,-?vr\' :? ? The whole engine revblves'rp'und the' .fixed crank shaft, thereby reducing the weight, pier liorse-power, and cooling the heated cylinders. : '?.,.-. -The petrol is pressure 'fed: to the engine from the petrol tank. It is carried through the hollow crank shaft from the tank to the crank chamber, and runs through a spray nozzle into'the centre of...

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

[?] Mails close at the Bunbury Post Office at 1.40 p.m. on th© dates mentioned for the places indicated: — Ameiica and Canada, Oct. 20. United Kingdom, Egypt etc, (in cluding Soldiers' Mails) Ocfc, 20. Eastern States, Oct. 11. South Africa, Octll. Esperahce, Oct. 13.

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IT BELONGS TO YOU. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

IT BELONGS TO YOU. Your temper. It's yours. Never lose it. Always keep it below your chin.. .. . When you art in the right you can afford to keep it. When you are in the wrong you_ can't afford jto ;Iqsse it. =-. Smile— and keep your temper. Remember nobody*

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A VETERAN OF THE ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

A VETERAN OF THE ROAD. »? Some motorists are heard to say that the benefits derived from conscientious care of tyres are not worth th'e trouble. It should not be regarded as a trouble, but as an investment. In no way other than by a sedulous at tention to the tyre could the. useful life of the veteran cover mentioned below have been prolonged. Mr. A. W. Gilbert, of Kent Town, Xdelaide, S.A., recently forwarded to the Goodyear Company, a tvre of their manufacture which had achieved a remarkable mileage. Here, in effect, is what Mr. Gilbert says:— 'I am forwarding for your in spection an All-Weather Tread Fabric Cover, from which I have a total mileage of 17,000. This cover did 6,250 miles on the back wheel, and, after doing over 10,000 miles on the front wheel, it made,( the journey to Mel^ bourne and back, 1,700 miles. I am pleased to say that there were no punctures.' The life of the tyre extended over nearly two years. The point that matters to every motorist is that care pays. At...

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

[?] Greenbushes R.V.A.— Mr H. Bowyer. presided over & fair attend ance at the monthly meeting of the above, which was held in the Sham rock Hotel on the 6th inst. At the next meeting, to be1 new on the 3rd November, it is hoped that there will he a larger auraber of rejected men present, as it is then proposed to make arrangements for a smoke social, which will serve the purpose of keeping members more united. Bunbury Show.— The schedule for the Bunbury Show to be held on the 5th and 6th November is now out. Intending exhibitors should note that general entries elbsfi on Friday, the 31st inst., and late entries the next day. Flowers may be entered up to 8 p.m. »on the 5th November, and horses in action on the ground. Eight Hours' Day Procession.— In ? our last issue we credited W. L. ! Owen, Esq., R.M., as being the donor of a prize for the best comic dress in the procession. We owe Captain N. P. Owen, Area Officer, an apology in this connection. His gift is none the less ac...

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

Aerial Acrobatics. Speaking recently at Manchester Lord Weir, Secre tary of State -for the Royal Air Force, said that -whilst wondrous 'stunts' had been immediately useful in the art of war, and wottfd continue' to be useful for the testing ^ of machines, gymnastics and; acrobatics of the firmament had really little to do with the operational side of avia tion. The air. traveller of the future would have no de sire to take' part in a circus: ' He' would want to be sure that on a. given day, to be settled in advance, he could leave, say, London, at a certain houx in the morning, and. arrive, say, at Marseilles at' a certain hour in the after noon—whatever the weather. .' , ' ;'... ''?'(.-. ?„? V. . ? . * ' ?*'???'«'*'???'? ? '.-.'?'.v./.M :%'?':.? ? Horse Power and Weight: ?'? ??'' .-'??]' '-?'?- ?.??'.: -^^o^h'C v ' -V . Jhe original Wright Br,os.'. man-carrying '.' airplane engine weighed 152 lb., and developed only'12 h:p. Year by year there has been a steady : decrease/ in engine...

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Shipping. VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

Shipping. Vmseis in Port. Premier, Dradge. . S.s. Apolda (MillMs T, and T. Co, agent*.) Arrivals. ? . To-day, s.s. Apolda. -Expected Arrivals. : ????????'?- Barque Garthneill (Millars T. and T. Co, Ltd, amenta.) Oct. 14, s.s. I^auri, (A. E. Jackson, agent.) Notes. Thee.s. Apolda. from Busselton arrived at daylight for 1000 loads of timber for South Africa. S.s. Itauri is expected on Tuesday next for bunkers.

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Items of Interest Haddon Rig Sheep for W.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

Items of Interest Haddon Rig Sheep for W.A. Mr. P. B. Durack, of the Behu Ord estate, East Wagin, bought some valuable stud sheep recently in the East. He bought a Haddon Rig ram at the Sydney sheep sales for 230 guineas, and afterwards visited the Haddon Rig Station, where he secur ed a -number of valuable animals, in cluding the famous old ram 'Lustre,' another ram for which he paid 500 guineas, and seven top-grade ewes, i Suspect the 'Piner.' A child drinking milk contaminat ed with bovine bacilli may contract consumption of, the bowels, the germs being of the bovine type, while a calf may be inoculated with the human bacilli and contract human tuberculosis.— Mr. F. C. Place, B.V.Sc. Don't give your child, and don't sell, milk from a 'piner' or ne'erdo well It may have tuberculosis.

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Red Scale (Aspidlotus aurantli) Parasites. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

[?] The Under Secretary for Agricul ture (Mr H C Trethowan) has made available the following report received from the Government Entomologist : Of considerable importance to fruit growers, particularly Citrus, is the establishment of the Red Scale para site in the State. This tiny Ohalcid Wasp was introduced from China in the year 1907 by Mr George Comp ere, who was then engaged by the Department to travel round the world in search of beneficial insects. Mr Compere reports as follows : — 'During a recent visit to China, only a few scattered specimens of Red Scale were to be found. These were sent to this State/and from them a few specimens of the parasite were bred and_ liberated, but if it should happen that these few were females or all males, than no results may be looked for.' . These parasites referred to by Mr Compere were liberated in the Gov ernment Gardens in Perth, and on some scale infested trees at West Perth. Some 12 months later, I found that the parasite had establish...

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Harvey Road Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

[?] The monthly meeting of the Board was held on Saturday when there were present : Messrs T Hayward, chairman ; H Smith, W P Charman, E Cook, M Clifton, A E Clifton, E J Manning, M A Wickham and J Stewart, secretary. The financial statement showed the following reeeipts and balances: — Rates, £697 7s 3d ; Loan Rates, £\ 17s 4d ; Water Rates, £i-] ; Licenses, .£4 15s; Rents, £12 4s; General, £52 12s ; total, ^788 15s 7d. Bal ances — Treasury a/c, Cr. .£78 17s 6d ; W.A Bank a/c, Dr., £14 2s 4d ; Health a/c, Dr. -£ng 17s 3d; Drain age a/c, Cr. £35 13s 1 id. Accounts passed for payment totalled as follows —Road Board, £404 us 5d, Health £92 17s 7d, Drainage £34 i$s 4d. Correspondence. A request was received from Mr Lofter, asking that the closed road through Mrs Snudden's block shouh be reopened; The secretary report ed that the road had been closed for a number of years previous to his appointment. The matter was held over pending inquiries. Mr J Shine, Clifton Area, requested that a ...

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

Build a Power House. Cheapest and Best in- Town. ; bun£ury.

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

Don't legleot A COMMON CASE OF PILES. IT MAY LEAD TO SERIOUS ; r RESULTS. ' When people generally understand that all such f&tal diseases as Fistula Ulcer of the Rectum, Fissure etc., almost invariably begin in a simple case of piles, they will learn the wis dom of taking prompt treatment for the first appearance of this trouble. Ddan's Ointment is unqualified for every form of Piles, itching bleeding, protruding and blind piles, and hun dreds of, lives have been saved by using this cheap but effective remedy right at the start, because at such times a single pot has often effected a cure while in the old, deep-seated chronic cases, several pots are some times necessary. Here is a case : Mrs E. Burgess, Stanley Street, Bunbury, says: 'It gives me great pleasure to say a few words in favour of Doan's Ointment as a cure for itching and protruding piles, this remedy having cured me some three or four years ago. Previous to using Doan's Qintment I suffered agony, the pain and ir...

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Balingup Co-operative Society [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

'lingup Cooperative Society At the annual meeting of the above held on the 4th inst, Mr T Hawter, r chairman of directors, was able to announce 'All's Well'. The turn over of the agency business was £2050/1 1/6, -and 7% had been paid on the capital invested. So far m shares bad been taken up, and there would be a division of accumulated profits at the end of the year. A proposal to reduce the minimum number of shares to be held from five to two was lost, as was also a motion to increase the number of directors from seven to eight. Mess rs R Smith, F 0 Nelson and J Haw ter were re-elected unopposed. Mr H Wansbrough declined nomination Eulogistic references were made to his untiring and unpaid work for the Society, the chairman speaking on behalf of the directors. Mr Hawter also informed the meeting that ?, the Society had joined the Co-operative Federation of W.A. which abridged the jgulf between producing (fruit, bacoff, potatoes; chaff, etc.) and con suming co-operative concerns. T...

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

Gapel. (From Our Correspondent) The annual general meeting of the Capel Cricket Club was held last I Siturday, and, judging by the inter est evinced, a successful year is predicted. -The election of officers resulted in the following being elected: — Patrons — Hon. Eduin Rose, M.L.C., W. G. Pickering, Esq., M.L.A. President—]. H. Forrest, Esq., J.P. Vice Presidents — Messrs E. Dyer, T. W. Peake, A. E. Moore, W. Forrest, J. N. Brown, J. Murnane, S. C. Rose, senr. Committee — Messrs D. Reid (chairman), F. Delaporte, J Crqgs, L. Summers, A. E Moore, W. Delapoite, W. Hutton, S. C. Rose, Junr. Secretary and Treasurer — Mr L. Wood, v Owing to the large number of intending players, it was decided to form two teams as nearly equal as possible. The following gentlemen have already offered trophies to be ,com% pete'd for, viz:— Messrs A. E. Moore, J. N. Brown, W. Forrest, E. Dyer, S': C. Rose, D. B. Reid, G: Forrest, T. W. Peake and B. Jones, and, judging from that list, cricket should receiv...

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

paf!rgup (From, our Correspondent ) Oats and 'chaff are going to be very dear this coming year as there is a great shortage in the Eastern States. Holders of these commodities are advised uot to sell too cheaply. Fruitgrowers, also, would be well advised to get their orders booked early for fruit cases and binder twine — now's the time. Local cricketers propose holding a blue and white ball to open the season. The local secretary for the Parkerville Home, Mrs Wallace, is also arranging for a dance in aid of that worthy institution.. This will take place in a week or so, and will be advertised in a future issue. The secretary of the Cricket' Club reports donations from ': — Messrs A. Richardson, a match ball ; T. Hol brook, a practice ball ; B. W. Read, practice bat and ball ; W. Jenkins, 1 practice bat; E. Collins, cement for* repair of pitch ; Mr E' Read has| kindly offered to do the work. Pte A. Moore is back again, and the rest of the boys are - expected home within a fortnight o...

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

A Large Variety and Prices Right. b ^3i® u u Lr-^ LTu LTu U ^£y J ifXCSSQla Not© ^^^t1!©©©; Vletorfm Straatg unbuory. ORIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. FOR PLYMOUTH AND LONDON, Via Colombo and Suez Canal. Steamer. Tons. Depart about INDARRA ... 9,736 Oct. 21. OSTERLEY ... 12,129 Dec. 2 ORONTES ... 9,023 Dec. IS ORVIETO ... 12,13o Deo. 30 ORMONDE ... 15,000 I Jan. 13. FIRST and SECOND SALOONS.— All particulars of farea supplied on* application. Tickets are interchangeable with P. & O. THIRD CLASS Berths are at present available in all steamers. Passports are necessary. For general information apply Acting Branch Manager, 105 St. George's Terrace, Perth, aud at Fretnantle ; also T. HAY WARD and SON, LTD., Bunbury Agents.

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