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Y[?]loop. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

?^'?'?'^arfepr' ' I (From our Correspondent) Matters ecclesiastical have been ' going some ' for the past week at the Roman Catholic church. The raissioner was the Rev Father Murray, O.S.S.R., assisted by the local clergy man, the Rev Father Doddy. The morning and evening services were crowded .beyond the holding capacity of the building, to listen to the eloquent discourses. Often numbers were unable to get into the main building at all, and remained in the porch for the whole service. It is fortunate that only two . services a day were held, otherwise the whole of the residents of .the Loop would have been found, without any exception, at the church, and business would have been at a standstill. ' Our Excellency ' Govornor Ellis on-McOartney, in company with Cap tain Brodie and the Squire of Home bush paid the district a visit incog, a few days back. Amongst other places, they paid Lake Clifton a visit to make themselves conversant with the lime and cement question. A little bird ...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Export of Apples. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

Enporf of Apples. The following are extracts from an interesting paper read by Mr A.. T. Booth, -Hon. Secretary, at a recent meeting of the Mt, Barker Fruit growers' Association : — At the commencement of the past fruitgrowing season, about October and November, 1918, some doubt was expressed as to whether any shipping space would be available to enable the fruitgrower to export his surplus fruit to the old country, and, as a very heavy crop was anticipated, the industry looked in a very precarious position, especially as no shipping was available at all during 1918, re sulting in gluts and bad prices here. Representations being made to the Imperial Government, sufficient space was made available for a certain quantity of fruit. This, of course, was very satisfactory, for which all fruitgrowers are naturally grateful. It, however, came as a great .dis appointment, to learn that a fixed wholesale price was to be placed on our produce when it arrived in England ; but, what more concer...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

B&iB a Pows? Hg&s®. FOR Binder Twine, Woolpacks, Sheep Shears, Tattoo and Machinery Oil, etc. Also Just Arrived the following - Spring Seeds : Japanese and Pearl Millet, Sudan Grass, Paspalum, Hunter River Lucerne, And many other Lines. Write for Quotations. THOS. HAYWARD i ml LTD. Baobiry.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

Solid a Power Hoose. ^m^ 'Reindeer95 Brand .yfl|^.' NEW SEASON'S WP^P) Lemon Butter & Fruit, .vlliiSiSPY Mine© Pies ? » 4 MANUFACTURED BY z^50^. H. RAYNER & CO., §Nggk ? 567 Newcastle Street, ^^^^U§

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Science Chats. II. POISONS AND STINGS OF ANIMALS AND PLANTS. (continued) [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

Soienoe fM§a (By Arnold U. Henn.) II. POISONS AND STINGS OF '; ANIMALS AND PLANTS. (continued) With regard to a poisonous action at a distance being exerted by plants (in which connection- some very exciting stories have been written) ; the effect of some perfumes discharg ed into the air by flowers must not be overlooked. Primarily such perfumes appear to serve the flowers by attracting to them special insects, by whose move ments in search of honey in the flowers, the pollen of one is conveyed to another and fertilisation effected. Human beings are sometimes Injuriously affected by the heavy perfume given out by some flowers, for instance lillies, tuberose and other bulbous plants, and headache and even fainting sometimes results. When we turn to the stings, poison fangs and spurs of animals, we find a much greater abundance and variety of these weapons than in plants. They serve animals not only as a means of defence, but often for the purpose of attacking and paralysing their pr...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

% \ N& \ 6 big bars KEPT ^ -Ss ^*r\ \t m 111 P^C.ht DV^UT T^^t *^^ ra, \$ji 1 aia vUvii A^^^^W Made by ^^B Wm.WrigleyJr.Co. Prop. Ltd., - 'jS^ Sydney N.S.W. 94 SRDVirP J Opposite the Railway Station, BUNBURY.; ; : V Ta3 Cia?g est Tyre Filled to any preaaurain 30 seconds. v -; All Repairs. Every Accessory. We stock a wide range of -—. Modern Cream Separators '^^~8aaa''Rga 8, 16, 20 and 30 gallons per hour ^^^^?^.?.-^.?^^^ capacities. ^^^^^^^t*^ 11 and 18 gallons capacities. t': ^^^^r^^^i--i MIowa9--66CisrvedDisc' ^^^^^a Separators, - J^E^t^r^ bhe machines that out-skimmed all others at ^^ ^W^^^^^^ the Panama Exposition. ^^^^^^^^^*^^ Sizes stocked : — 27 gallon hand. 50, 65, and 85/90 gallon hand and power. * Special Friction Clutch Pulleys, Counter Shafts and suitable Engines (1| h.p. type ' Z') supplied for power machines. Ask for Illustrated Catalogue. ' Office and Showrooms : 52-54 William- st.,. Perth, Factory : Tower- st, Leederville. Bulk Stores : Leederville and Freman...

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Rifle Notes. BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

Rifle Us. ???? bunbury. -:%:' The 4th shoot for the Trefcriwetli ?Trophy and the usual Club Spoon shoot took place on the local range over the 200 and 300 yds' ranges and was won by Oapt Teede on the count back from Mr Murray. Following are the scores : — 200 300 Tl Hp Ag Teede capt 33 31 64 6 70 J. Murray 28 26 , 54 17 70 C.Hill... 34 33 67 2 69 O. Ryan 33 32 65 3 68 L. Mann 33 30 63 5 68 F. Eaton 33 30 63 4 67 J. Hough 33 29 62 4 66 H. Sharp 33 25 58 6 64 M. Elliott 31 26 57 7 64 J. Nishett 30 30 60 3 63 O.K. Hill 31 26 57 6 63 S. Birch 30. 29 59 3 62 . Tomlinson 32 - 27 59 3 62 J. Depazzei29 25 54 '7 61

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

v_. DISTRICT AGENTS: Bunbdey— Robert Forrest; Bossblton— P. C Oaeuthebs ; Donntbrook— C. H. Woodbeook ; Bridgetown— H. Lake ' Harvey — P. j. Ward. bj j rx**- e xut a *7h® OI^ Australian Qfftce. Established 1R49. Mead Office for W.A.: Forrest -Chambers.- Perth. -? CHas. h. ourlewts, Resident Secretary. JOL.£jL M. '? &-S JL JOl: JGd J£U Jl © & fiiJH. JL -r*fi » . *:PEW0D _ — ...-,.; Whether it is Gothie, Mission, Chippendale, Jacobean, or Heppelwhitp, made in. any Woods which are thoroughly seasoned and tested before they are manufactured by skilled and- artistic workman. LODGE AN® CLOS -..ROOMS a Specialty. Shadow and Tapestry Coverings from the best factories in the world, ready to be made up into the Lines you require. Call and consult my Cutter and Designer about your Curtains. He will /* fit you. . & Important Take me into your confidence, and tell me the amount you want to spend and what grooms you want to furnish. 1. will supply you with a lisjt of artic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

as*1. ADAMS' ASPHALTUM ROOFING ^^^^ is much cheaper than Galvan ^jfig5jS*ii^J^uns-I*^s' ised Iron — Figure out the sav j£SsZ%£-&£0^' ^^^ia- u*=- ^n ^rs^ cost slid in freight -^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ADAM^X B.00]B?NG is not ^^'^j^-i^^^^^^^J^X^^^^^^-3m gases- or. exposure, and will -&,fe^^^^^^^^^^^^^M ^ADAMAX ROOFING is Tvr^i ^'?f^^^^^Trr5'.!'wmrf Ssrf^finiilwl many degrees cooler than iron. * WM: ' M-53 * ft'ili'ltt 81 ''IlTH ADAMAX ROOFING may I Ifea^l iH^la /tV'fii . I /'i'jl ^e used as a floor covering, ^^^li~!^'Mi^^^»'**^'^^d-*««J'^' especially over concrete or ^^^^^^W^^^^^^^^^^ ADAMAX BOOFING — The ^«^Wttwr-_ jy-^jr c^^^^^^ ' rolls for 'Wyndham Freezing ^^^Ba*ariMMa*^c:^^ s used for covering Imperial , . Wool Store, Fre'mantle. ' WILLIAM. ADASVSS & CO. UIV1ITED 33-35 KING STREET, PERTH.' Local Agents carrying Stocks:. — Narrogin Trading & Agency Co., H. Lake, Bridgetown. ' ; Bunbury. '. Cowderoy, Greentmslies. _ F. Smith, Donnybrook. ^ . '.. .i, ./, ,^.....

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The Drift to the City [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

The Drift to the City Mr. J; Bourke recently read to the members of the Aldinga branch of the South Australian ' Bureau of Agri culture, an interesting paper on the problem of retaining the people 'on the land. ? lie said: — . 'I have chosen this subject as it is to have a large extent theoretical, pend, to a great extent, on the use and lenns itself to ''supposition, of what would follow if certain lines were carried out. Now, it is a positive fact that :\ natiqn-'s' progress must. de: made of its .laird, that is, in the raising of primary products. Prom our lands all our foodstuffs .and cover ing apparel are directly or ' indirectly obtained; hence, if. we are, to progress and keep- side by' side .with other nations, we 'must put our lands to the best possible use, and that can only be accomplished by «a large rural popu lation. In Australia there is the cry from north, south, east, and west, 'The! people are gradualljr drifting city- f wards, '' or, in other words, centrali satio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

A. 'BB' at. Work at Govecnment Gardciic, .3'.sii. Tine Most Efficient Sprinkler on the Maikei. Turntable ' on Floater — Cannot we ar , Thoroughly watertight-^-Made of bohd biatjfa. Greatest amount of work with the poorest of pies&uros. | - Prices on application to the manufacturer. ' ' 1 : M. A. LANG, High Street, FresMantIe,.W. A. ' SOL'E MANUFACTURER s ? ; ? L~ __ ? . ? __»« ? — — ; — : ? , ? , ? J * 1 «n-!KMi-.aT-gjyT.t:;,t j« ..-^^^ .i-ir,' ,? ^ «?...-..?.-, r-^n-.-.-.. -* ? . -ji-f. - , r, ^ „, , « » ^ ^ - — — »' MCaUrU.-^ri'' ^ ~=J5;7!£^J ?FOR COUGHS. COLDS. BRONCHITIS AND ASTHMA. Gives instant relief and fortify the lungs acainst further attacks, Nothing better to prevent Colds and Sore Throats. Always have a tin on honfi. ALL CHEMISTS. PRICE 1/6 PER TIN; : ALEX. WILSON « CO: Ltd., Malcolm \rn?, Sydney. 3o5e Propiic'^rs ' '?-... ' 'WESTERN AUSTRALIA. . ' ; :. \ 7 . ' ' ^ MARKETS. , ' ' » ' , ? ' Associated Fruitgrowers } , Ltd. .Producers' Markets Ltd., ' i . , ' , KA...

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FORMULA NOT HIS GOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

FORMULA NOT HIS GOD. . I Thomas A. Edison, the inventor, was sitting one day in. his laboratory, and j called a new assistant: to Ms desk. 'I want you,' he said, 'to work out for me the cubic contents of this electric light bulb.' The young man went away and spent hours, at the task, using all the mathe matical knowledge .at his command, arid filling in sheets of paper with figures. Finally he went back to Edison with his answer. 'Let's see. if. you, 're ..light,'.' . said Edison. He broke off the ; tip. of the bulb, filled the thing with water, and then measured the water into a -grad- uated glass. In two minutes he had done what his assistant had taken nearly a day to do. That s!iot\s the independence of for mulae, which is probably one of the seciets of the gieat inventor's 'success. What is the difference between a man going upstans and one looking up? — One is stepping up the stairs, the other staring up the steps.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

One Minute from Beach and Bathe. 5*&'WS&r& IRfP^TP Bulk and OWiC&O BSXgZgsW Bottled. Daniel Crawford's Bulk Whisky ' 1 Is 6d per bottie. S. C. AVERILL, Pfopftetof. y

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

CAPEL. PROPRIETOR - A. E. MOORE. ' A DolighMul Country Holiday Resort. , Easy motoring distance of Busselton and the Caves. ^ Best Liquors only Stocked. y

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

Stephen Street, Buobury. -,-, W. L. MAHSHj - Proprietor. The ' PRINCE ' is the Most Thorough and Up-tordate House in the Metropolis of the Sotth- West. Railway Hotel, Boyanup. , On the main Bunbury and Busselton-Bridgetown 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 CLARKS (late A.I.F.) Licensee. AH© MailWay UOtei, Greenbushes . Opposite Railway Station. Under New Management. STANDARD BRANDS OF LIQUORS ONLY STOCKED. GEORGE SHOOTER. Pgogeietog. ? Visit Harvey Wet? and Miles of Orange Groves. Special Provision mad© Sot Week End Parties and Holiday Seekers. . THE HARVEY 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 Prop...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

*Tfce Most Centrally Situated Hotel ia Bvahvrf. Proprietor. ? Wines Bc«rs, and Spirits of the Finest Quality ; Most Popular Billiard Room in the Town. Every Convenience and Comfort for Boarders at Reasonable Rates. ^?' WHEN IN I*ERTH STAY AT THE 69 6d per' Day. 3Ss pe? Week. , Hot and Cold-Baths. Electric Light abd Lift to all Floors. Comfortable and Central, The Country Visitor© Horn.® from Home* .. FREE MOTOR GARAGE. The Old Spot* , Yietostia Steeet, Bimhurf* Th« largest and most comfortable Lounge Bar in the South-West. v v Electric Fatos, Coolness ml Rest. All Drinks off the Ice. Afesoktet? Paly SWAN BEER Brawn. B. E* COCKS Pgogrietof . Under ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT. Beautiful -3xiveB 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. ; I . ??:' .? Conveyances of all kiads for hire. Propriety ?? ? W. R. RICHARDSON, ERNIE J. EYLBS - ' - Licensee. B»«y Comfort aud Convenience for Hoarders a...

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A USEFUL IMPLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

' ; .j , . A USEFUL IMPLEMENT. . :. ?What would otherwise be an attractive looking car has its appearance spoilt, very often by dented .fenders. I his ; fact has caused motorists with an ihvenfive turn of m.m9 t° exercise' their, ability, and as a- resniKAvlii.f: ^ .termed^a soft hammer head has been evolved' ^ Tlie^de ^ice,isras; simple as- it is effective, and is cohstrudted as 4^low^^e?u/ev^a^ Rie^ & oi ordinary metal tubing about ;p-™s.;loxig; of ;the right1 diameter! to slip' easily over the head ofKyour. hammer..;. Cut ai series: of V-shaped notches .wjtn ijhacksawin the top rim of the tube so that the points may-be bent. over to:^61d the 'tube^- to the hammer head -Wlien moulten ; lead has been poured into the part of the tube which projects beyond the hammerhead and allowed to. set so that it extend* about ' J in. beyond the head a httle. -trimming into shape will render it a very effective soft hammer. - - '-.-- . _ The Royal Automobile Club of England has a mem ber...

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Massey-Harris Harvesting Machinery. SPECIAL TRAIN LOAD FOR WHEAT BELT—PREMIER STARTS IT FROM WAREHOUSE—INTERESTING SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

- Massey-Harris ffiarvestiiigg SPECIAL TRAIN LOAD -FOR WHEAT BELT— PREMIER STARTS IT FROM WAREHOUSE— INTERESTING SPEECHES. A. veiy giatilying indication of a i evn al in agricultural activity was witnessed on Wednesday/ September 16th, when a special tram of 51 trucks pulled out trom the North Fremantle Railway Station, outward bound tor the wheat. belt .with, reap ers and binders destined to play their part in reaping this season's hay crop Each truck had on board a reaper and binder of the far-famed Massey-Hairis make, and each was going forward to some, destination in the Eastern wheat belt tne 51 machines represented a total value of over £3,000 As the long iakc,. a fifth of a mile in length, mo\ed slowly out of the station, it bore impressive testimony to the gieat development which is taking place in the new wheat districts east of Northam and York and Narrogin To iignalise what was justly re garded as a memorable evidence of the leawakening of agricultural en teipnse, Mr J Ur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

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YOU MIGHT TRY [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

YOU MIGHT TRY— -Using .waste paper for cleaning the gas stove.. , If; while still hot, it is well rubbed over with paper, it will seldom need a, special cleaning. . ( , -* ? ? ? a ^ Adding two or three tablespoonfuls of paraffin to water in which white clothes are, boiled.;' If gets all dirt and slain out in' a most surprising way, and helps- to keep the things a good colour. * * * i Rubbing your hands with just a little grease before peeling onions. If you do this the smell will not cling to your fingers. If fat is scarce, rub your hands after the onion peeling is done with just a little vinegar. * * * Using finely - sifted coal-ash . for cleansing sinks, enamel saucepan's, and steel or brass on fenders or* grates. It answers just as -well aj3. any of the bought xleaners. ~ ' ,, *.' ?.*''*,'* Rubbing a smoky lamp-chimney that simply won't get clean with a cloth just moistened with methylated spirits. This will take off' marks that refuse to budge for soap and water. ? ? . ..i ?

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