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Balingup Road Board [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 October 1919
Balingup Road Board ? . ? A ? Colonel N. Brazier presided over a1 ftill meeting of the above Board on the 4th inst, when the following busi ness was dealt with ; .'...'.- Correspondence P.W.D, asking when Miillal'yup school site would be fenced, the tim ber having baen on the spot for two months. Lands Dept, stating that 'Brook- lands' may be used, if required for an Isolation Hospital, provided it is unoccupied. J F Wallace, asking for half cost repairing car damaged by bad con dition of the Nannup Road. The Lower Blackvvood Board also wrote asking for repairs on this road. Mrs S. F. Elliott, Hall caretaker, requesting a rise in wages. The secretary was instructed to go into the matter, D P Cluning, re road access to his property. Gfeenbushes Road Board, does not favour the appointment of an engin eer. , Greenbushes Road Board, asking permission to construct' the Ellis Creek Road in BalingupV territory at Greenbushes' expense. The sec retary was instructed to obtain cer tain furthe...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 October 1919
Local and Genera!, The Albany Brass Band. — The Southern seaport, which threatened to be Bunbury 's rival in the, holding of the State Band Contests, has un fortunately, for the present, lost the services of its band. Lack of support from the townsfolk has been the cause of the musicians going into recess, and there are not samcient opportunities in the town for the band to finance its operations by collections and engagements. A little while back an appeal was made to the residents to subscribe a fund to pay the bandmaster's salary of .£3, but, as the ' Albany Despatch ' states ' with so many calls on the people's pockets, it has been suggested that Albany cannot see its way to finance this.' ' ; A Erokerr- Arm. — Mr J. Jones, of Tuait Street, met with a bad accident on Sunday afternoon. He had taken Mrs Tyers and her children out for a drive, and; on returning was helping them oub of the trap. Just as the last passenger was landed a hilly-can fell between the horse3 legs, causing ...
Ferguson. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 October 1919
Farguson. As a reward for the patrotic work done and the sacrifices made by the children during the war, a child rens1 Plaiu and Fancy Dress Ball was held on Friday the 10th inst., judging from the fsuccess, the event will Hvp long on the memory of the young folk. The dresses were all of the highest order, and neither expense nor pains were spared hy the parents to make them beautifiul and effective. The following is a list of the dainty costumes worn. — The Misses Andrea Gardner, Snow ; Lola Fowler, Forget me-not ; Ruby Horsford, Cherry Ripe ; Dulcie Gardener, Butterfly ; Moma Bocker, Fairy ; Josie Gardener, Poppy Jean Gardener, Night ; Thelma Flynn Red Cross Nurse'; Cynthia Gardner, Dora Buckenara, Flower Giris ; Pearlie Flynn, Peace ; E. Nountford, Victory; Doreen Gardener, Powder aud Pat ches : Misses Wilson and Mason, Dutch Girls ; Master W. Tooke, Sail or Boy. The Music was of the best, and was rendered by Mrs Alf G*-Jener anil Mr ? W Grovf.r. W C. Fl vim acted dfif er.r.!y »s...
Shipping. VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 October 1919
Shipping, f Vessels in Portv ? =;- ? '?- Premier, ; Dredge. - ? S,s. Apolda (Millars Tv and T. Go, agents.) ' . .??''?'? r-\-j;-~ ''.?'' S.s. Itauri, (A. E, Jackson, agent.) : ? ? ? Arrivals. ' .'.''. Oct. 11, 's.s. 'Apolda'. , ... f Oct. 14, s.s. Itauri.' .. .; .;, ,-\ .:..„ Expected ^Arrivals;:C; ; : - Barque G-arthneill ( Millars' T. and T. Co, Ltd, agents.) .. ' ? ; S.s. Aschenburg. ? ' ' . Notes. r;'. The s.s. Apolda will take-about 1000 loads of timber and should com plete loading tbrmorrow, She steams for South Africa via Fremantle. S.s Itauri is loading 500 tons of bunker coal. \ '?''.' S.s. Aschenburg should arrive dur ing the week for 500 tons of bunker
Brunswick. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 October 1919
Brunswick. (From, bur Correspondent) .The Brunswick Farmers' Associa tion held its usual monthly meeting on Wednesday evening last, the 8th inst, the president, Mr D W Marriott, occupying the chair. Several items or iuiportanco arising out of the cor respondence were dealt with. The ^ president moved that a vote of thanks he conveyed to Miss Partridge for her cheque, the proceeds of a dance giveu recently by that young lady, and gen erously handed over to the funds of the local Agricultural Hall. After - much argument, it w*s decided to emphatically protest against the sale of the State Saw Mills. (Will the Minister please note that this comas from Brunswick). The Association has decided to instal a new light,'and those who desire to use the Hall will appreciate the great improvement.
Dardanup [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 October 1919
Dardanup — .. — %t, — From our Correspondent. An enjoyable football match, b$fcb (rqm the players aud spectators point of view, took' place at Dardanup' on Saturday, last, when the Ferguson team met a ; strong local combination, litjfere noting the match itself I would lilcs tr. nimnvpH thft Qnnrfs. manlika-hehaviuitr:c f the. Ferguson team iu ..placiug^pract-ically their best man at the di.-posal of the teams as central umpire, this was the more noteworthy as they were playing two men short. Under these rircum* stances the final result, by 'which Dardanup proved victorious by one goal, was really a mor.l if not an actual victory for Ferguson. The game was really a fine exhibition of football, and the umpiring of Mr H. Deslin (sport) gave entire satisfaction For the winners Messrs Mick Coonan, Don Clifton, Herbert Morrissey and 'Tibby' Hislop played a splendid game, while for the losers Messrs Mervyn and- Noel Gardiner stood well out. . v Mr Claude Staniland lately return ed from Er...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 October 1919
WEDDING. &nbsp; &nbsp; JARVIS—BUNBY.—At St Mary's &nbsp; &nbsp; Farnham Royal, Buckinghamshire, England, on Sunday 10th August, &nbsp; by the Rev. S. Crane, late Rector of South Bunbury, Pte. Ivan Jarvis of 48th Bat. A.I.F., son of Mr and Mrs Ross Jarvis, of Bunbury, to Florence, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Bunby, of Farnham Common. &nbsp;
Wedding. JARVIS—BUNBY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 October 1919
Wedding. JARVIS-BUNBY. A wedding which caused consider- able interest in village was solemn- ized at the parish- church of St. Mary, Farnham Royal, Bucks, England, on Sunday, August 10th the contracting parties being Pte Ivan Jarvis' of the 48th Battalion, A.l.F. son of Mr .and Mrs Ross Jarvis of.Bunbury, and &nbsp; Florence, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs Bunby, of Farnham Common. In the absence of her father through illness, the bride was given away by her eldest brother, Mr Herbert Bun- by acting as best-man. The Rev E. Crane of S John's, Farnham Com mon, and formerly of S David's, South Bunbury, performed the cere- mony and in the course of his short address. at the close of the Service said it was with very sincere pleasure he celebrated the marriage of one of his former flock to one of his present parishioners.. It was nearly Ten years since he first made the acquaint- ance of the bridegroom and his par ents and he knew their' worth.. He &nbsp; recalled the great...
Manjimup. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 October 1919
Manjimup. (From our Correspondent ) On Saturday evening last, the loc- al public Hall was crowded in such a manner as has rarely, if ever, been precedented, the occasion being the celebration of the return of the sol- dier sons of town and rural residents. During the day many ladies were employed in decorating the Hall, which looked gay with a profusion of flowers and flags artistically arrang- ed. Dancing was the form of enjoy- ment principally indulged in, the music for which was provided by Messrs Albrecht and Mitchell, whose voluntary and untiring services on such occasions are much apprecia- ted. Vocal items were contributed by the Misses Richard and Ball. During the evening the fifteen re- &nbsp; turned men present, viz: Corporals F. Liddelow and A. E. Doust, Q.M. Sgt Les Liddelow, Sgt R B Martin, T/Cpl J. A. Fisher, Ptes W. Hamil- ton, A McGinn, R Hedley, C E Gittos, W Hanrahan, W G Hall, P T Hall, J Crawley, W J Budden and Trooper J. A. McKay were asked to ascend the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919
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The Motoring World. ROADS AND ROAD MATERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919
; . - ,-? . . / . ^KOADS AND ROAD MATERIAL. ' ? .cAn important experiment in road making is being watch'ed' with interest by South Australian motorists and other road-users. An experimental length of road, divided into- 13 sections, has been laid clown on the Adelaide to Gleiielg road. The length constructed .amounts altogether to about 1600 ft. The thirteen sections vary in length from 25 ft. to' 193 ft., and eacli of these sections is constructed of different materials or different combinations of materials. Tlie-;basic materials arc quartzite limestone, granite, iron stone, concrete, and the blending materials used are free stone, limestone marl, ironstone, gravel, screenings from the -broken metal and screenings- mixed with marl. Tar pene tration, bitumen penetration, and .bitumen dressing arc. also tried. ..An experiment with a'concrete section c of roadjis being tried by the Perth City Council, but it is really no part, of the duty of. any one municipal body to undertake such*...
Capel. CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919
Capel. CRICKET NOTES. The inaugural match of the season was played on the Recreation Ground on Saturday last, the contestants being married versus single, and re sulted in a victory for the singleby the small margin of six runs. In batting, J Forrest (42 retired) and R Murnane (27), for the single, and L Wood (49) for. the married were the top scorers, and in bowling R Murnane (4 wickets), E Summers (4 wickets) and F Delaporte (2 wic kets) for the single and C Williams (5 wickets) and L Wood (4 wickets) for the married, were the most sue ces'sful. I Appended are the scores— Married-^] Cross, caughtSummers bowled Murnane, ii ; D Williams bowled Delaporte o; C Williams bowled Delaporte 0 ; LWood bowled Murnanej 49 ; D Reid bowled Mur nane, zi; F Tucker caught and bowled Summers 7 ; S C Rose, Snr., caught Thomas bowled Summers, 9 ; E Dyer caught D Reid Junr., bowled Murnane, 3 ; D Farley bowled Sum mers, p.; J Gibson not out, 5?; C Roberts caught Anderson bowled Summers, 3 ; Sundries 9...
Proposed Sale of Sawmills. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919
Proposed Sale of Sawmills. ? ? ?» — - The Minister for Works, Mr George, has had a statement prepar ed in connection with the proposed sale of the sawmills. The principal points in this statement are as follows: — Fmployment. — The whole of the officers and the office staff, together with the working employees, will continue to be employed as at pres ent. Timber Supplies for State Use.— The requirements of the Government will have the first call on the output of the mills, and the price to be paid will be 20/ per load over the cost of produciag at the mills. Public ' Requirements. — The pur chasers undertake to supply annually to the public of West Australia, as required,* at least the same quantity of timber as has been supplied by the State sawmills during 1918-19, at an advance on the mill costs of the same, amount, of profit as the State sawmills were making. Land. — There is no freehold or leasehold land belonging to the sawmills, and therefore none is trans ferred. Powellising...
Greenbushes. Coming Events [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919
tommiisife ? — * — (From Our Correspondent.) Coming Events October 25th — R.SA. Concert and 'Dance. October 31st— Methodist Floral Ex hibition. The folio wins: soldiers were ex tend ed a warm welcome by. the people of Greenbus'hes on Tuesday, the 14th inst : Sergt C H Turner, M.M., Ptes Henry M.M., Campbell, Pitts, Me Laughlin, Liddelow, W Smith, W Walton, De Worboies and Sapper Boucher. ? Mr J Lindsay, who pre sented each with a shield, on behalf of the townspeople, expressed his high appreciation of the services each had rendered his country: Mr E P Blakeney added further words of approbation, and, in the course of his remarks, stated it was his opinion that the Federal Government was very lax in not proclaiming Anzac Day a public holiday. After each had responded, Mr Lindsay announc ed that Sergt Turner had been decor ated with the Military Medal, and it afforded him great pleasure to attach the same to the breast of so worthy a soldier. The Sergeant was received with cheers upon...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919
Another Gold Rush MEANS Another Land Boom. 'i . ? PERTH SUBURBAN BLOCKS ?WILL SOAR. HERE ARE A KEW. GET IN NOW. ? THESE ARE ALL' GUARANTEED - SPLENDID POSITION BLOCKS.' LOOK AT THESE. ' *? (1) Three Lota each 5 acres. The lot £7o cash, £90 terms — £i5 down and £5 per month. Single lots pro rata. (2) Nine £ acre Lots right at Station. The lot £18o cash. Terms (each lot) £25—^2 down and 3cs. per month. (3) Four ideal Residential Blocks. No better offering ; each f ac. The lot £100 cash. Terms (each lot) £30— £5 down and 3os. month. : (4) One block, lac. 2r. 32per., splendid soil. £25 cash, or terms £So— £5 down and 3os. per month. -5) One 1 acre lot, two frontages, ^lo eash. or terms £i4— £2 down and £1 monthly. ALL THIS LAND IS LESS THAN 7 MILES FROM PERTH G.E.O. REASON FO' .SELLING : OWNER LEAVING W.A Write for particulars— SUBURBAN This Office.
Golf Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919
^HBolf Notes By 'Mashie.' The match, South 'West f Perth, which took place last week at South Perth resolved itself into a seven a side contest. The captain was dis appointed in at least half a dozen players, on whom he had been rely ing, but the few, who did play, had a very good afternoon's sport and put tip quite a good account of themsel ves. The scores were : Cuthbertson (3 and 1) v G M Dempster (Bun bury) ; M O'Connor (4 arid 2) v A V Parkes '(Bunbury) ; J H Eales v L Allnutt (Balingup) 1 up ; E V Old ham (7 and 5) y G Yull (Balingup) ; F B. Barlee (3 arid 2) v L MoDaniel (Bunbury) ; R H Robertsonv Me Kenna (Balingup) (4 and 3); A J Herman v N Buchanan (Roelabds) (2 and 1) ; Perth 4, South West 3. Taking' it all round, this was quite a meritorious performance, the coun try players being all at sea on the greens, Parkes, Allnutt, Yull and McDaniel each losinjj the first four holes on end. The fairway was good, but sandier and softer than the lies we are accustomed to, whilst th...
Farmers and Settlers' BALINGUP BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919
farmers and Ssftlsrs' 1 — *-= — - BALINGUP BRANCH. A meeting of the above was held j on the 10th, Mr G Uphill vice pre- j sident, occupied the chair. The meeting was not a large one, as a number of members were absent at the Show. A mass of correspondence was dealt with. Among the more im portant were the following : — The Premier — Requesting the Branch's reasons for opposing the sale of the Saw Mills. It was re solved to leave the matter till a more representative meeting. ; Lands Department — stating in ability to accede to request to gran^ the. retention of the site of the pre sent rifle range for the local Club. : Mr Sutcliffe, the new organiser for the Farmers and Settlers' Association will be visiting, the Nelson Elector! ate with Mr Prouse early in Novemr ber with a view to organising the disr trict for the coming Federal election^ The meeting pledged itself to. sup- port to.the utmost the candidature of Mr Prouse. A motion expressing regret at the accident of Mr G Wicker, F...