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

DON'T MISS Tli« Sunfeury Drassfcdtfc Club in ; /?The Passport' OCTOBER 28th and 30th, A Cure for the 'Blues.' ' BJ3.A. Institute Famishing Fund. ORIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL 8TEAMERS. I i FOR PLYMOUTH AND LONDON, Via Colombo and Siiez Canal. Steamer. Tons. Depart about INDARRA ... 9,735 Oct. 21. OSTERLEY ... 12,129 Dee. 2 , ORONTJES ... 9,023 Doc 18 ORVIETO ... 12,13o Dec. 30. .ORMONDE ... 15,000 Jan. 13 ..ORbOVA .... I 12,038 Jau. 27. FIRST and SECOND SALOON8— All particulars of fares supplied on application. ,-Tickets are interchangeable with P. & O. . THIRD CLASS Berths are at present « ' ?T&iUble in all steamers. Passports are necessary. Owing to passport regulations visitora are set allowed on board. For general information apply Acting Breach Manager, 105 St George's Terrace, Perth, and at Fremantle ; also T. HAY WARD and SON, LTD., Bunbury Agents.

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

J«»st Opened A Few Only ^syt^ p y -y PROGRAMME IN THIS PAPER. WIMTEi READING Back numbtrs'o£ Periodicals and Comics, Is. doz. Local agent for Wilson & Johns Seeds Also for Madame Weigel's Paper Patterns. (Late C. Anderson) fPflffil iPW UflPOfll vvllvl HI !reljiI$SI||vlI'l9§fif Victoria Street, Bunbury 'Phone 114. Means I S1EPSMEM, 3 FLORISTS. BmsesYmml SEEDS, FRUIT TREES, 1 ROSES, VINES, TREES, I CLIMBERS. I Catalogue Pc©4 Free. g Only Address : 1 70 BATOACK-ST., I PERTH. I WHITE ANTS Eradicated from Houses, Fruit Trees, Vines, etc., by Furnios' White Ant Eradioator. Never fails 10s. and 20a. per tin, Poet Free. W. A. FUKPJ238, Manufacturer of Furniss' Self-Locking Fencing Droppers (£5 per 1000), Si Melbourne-road, Perth. Tel. a2631 . KOOMBANA ELECTRIC ROLLER FLOUR MILL BUNBURY ON SALE by the undersigned — j£ s d Local Roller Flour, per ton lots... 1 1 10 o Roller Flour, half-ton lots ... 6 o o Single bag Flour, isolbs « o i9 0 Half-bag Flour, ioolbs ? o 13 o Quarter-bag Flo...

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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

[?] Hails close at the Bunburj Post Office at 1.40 p.m. on the dates mentioned for the places indicated: — Amexica and Canada, Oet. 20. United Kingdom, Egypt etc, (in - oluding Soldiers' Mails) Oci, 20. . Eastern States, Oct. 18. Asia, Oot. 20 Soutk Africa,' Oot. 24.

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

L^cii iii §ipir§3B ? «&. ? Legal Notices from the Government Qaiette. — Claims againBt the estate of the late George Gougb, of Green* bushes, must be registered with Messrs Niobolson and Hensmen on or before the 27th inst. In Insolvency :. A receiving order, dated 7th inot., has been registered in the estate of William George Sloan, veterinary sargeon of Bunbury. Shoeing Police Kors8B.--Tendera will close ©n the 20th November fer tbia work for Bridgetown, Busaelton, Bunbury, Collie, Donnybrpok, Green trashes* Manjimup, Pinjarrah and Y&rlesf}. '?? '' -? ' ? A_Otst«dcor Relief. — Tenders for sup ^/fties close at the Government Tender Board on the 27th November for the following places, Bunbury, Buaselton, Oolite end Greanbushes. Lists may hs ssen at the local police stations. Eight Hoars' Day Sports.— Full particulars of the various events Saeladod in the Carnival to bo held on Monday, the 27th inst., in aid ef the District Nursing Association, -will be seen in our adv...

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Shipping. VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

Shipping. Vessels in Port. Premier, Dredge. Barquentine, Union La Dique. ARRIVALS. ' Opt. 15, Union La Dique, (A. F. Spencer, agent.) ' ? Oct. 15, 5.a. Aspkenborg; (A. E. Jackson, agent.) Oct. 17, s.s. Knrnalpi, (E. Forrest^ »§?»*?)- ... '' Depastures. . Oct. 15, aS Apolda. ; Oct. ,16, 8.b. Ifcauri. Oct. 17, s.b. Aschenburg. ' - :; Oct. 17; s.b. Kurnalpi. ,. v;; EVbCTBD ARRIVALS.' ' - Barqae Garthneill (Millars T. and T. Co, Ltd, agents.) 8.8. Aahridge, (T. Hayward k Son Ltd, ttgents. ''' ';'- ?'''??'?' ' Notes.. : . . 8. S. Apolda steamed for Fre mantle on Wednesday to complete her South African loading. The unexpected arrival of the barquentiae Unioa La Dique caused many to think that the long expected 'GarthneiH' had at length arrived. The agents report that bo word is to band regarding the position of the latter vessel. 8.8. Ashbridge (2,884 tons), is expected early next week, and will take a full cargo of timber for the Sastcrti States! .

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TWO GOOD POTATO DISHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

TWO GPOP' PGT&TO DISHES. . * ... . . . } . :;??-;? — ? ,.t- .i-.'-'^V'^i-.Vi'-^-'' ? ???- Bigredients.^^lb. v/, floury . potatoes,' salt and pepper, 2ozi.;flour, yolk of an 'e'gg;, 3oz:.;'bV 4o^. 4-?ol;d ham (or other ?cold -meat). vv-^^'ii! , . Method. — Boil., and mash the pota toes, then beat them' with a fork until quite light and soft. .; Beat in the flour and seasoning tov taste, and the; beaten yolkiof egg. : Roll out to -Jin1, thickness, iiiid cut' into rounds with a tumbler.' Put a small quantity -of chopped cold meat, seasoned to taste, on each. Fold over, 'press the edges together, and fry to a, golden brown.. Serve very ho't; piled high on a dislit and garnish - with parsley.1 , ' .';; Tou' can bake these on n greased tin in a hot oven, instead of frying them, if you like. They are not .quite so .dainty 'when bak-!d, but much less fat is used. Ingredients. — 21b. potatoes, salt and peppei to taste, 1 egg, *? gill hot milk. ? Adz. fat. ? , Method — Boil find m.isl...

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The Federal Budget. DISINTEGRATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

The Federal Budget DISINTEGRATED. In the following article we have endeavoured to follow the Federal Budget point for point for our read ers, feeling sure that a simple and concise statement as to the position will be appreciated. 1. The revenue to 30th June, 1919, at .£44,768,468, exceeded the estimated by £3,297,968. Customs duties accounted for the whole of this, and £89,054 more, by which other receipts must have been short in the aggregate of these estimates. 2. The revenue collected in 1913 14 was £21,741,775, or £23,026,693 less than in the year just closed. 3. War expenditure from revenue has totalled ^43,527,763. Of this, ^36,277,349 has been raised by special taxation, the bulk of it drawn from persons whose nett income exceeded £200 p.a., or the unimprov ed value of whose land was £5,000 or over. ' 4. The expenditure for last year at £45, 135-876 was less than the estimate by £208,719. ? The above figures exceed those of the lasc pre war year by £21,975,143. ^- f 5. Last ...

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

Prepare Youp Stock FOR THE Supplies of Meggitts Grasiied Linseed Meal just to hand. Special Price for Quantities . &&o Jbeslie Famous Salt licks Is 9d per block. We can Quote you Special Price® for— Bran, Pollard,- Chaff, Oats, etc. Millet Seed, Soudan Grass, Maize, H.R. ? .- Lucerne Seed. ^-v-;iaiTO|thi Craiig % Igtttcy go ^ ;{ General Merchants, Bunkury, Narf@gin9 Willkms and SuMacd. , Are known throughout the South- West. JEhftBFy Leadliii^ Lins Stoclk@cio Ce«atfy ©tdera Receive Ps&mpt asad Skilled Atteiatioa. WE KEEP ONLY THE BEST. -l.tJ .'M-,n!^..,M.i..)JlMU«!,.-)-J'l ? ?.,.'W.L'ffi'LUM,»^',J!-Bil.-,ill..l,.grrgFB»i 'Phono ®Q. ? '(Late Monkhouse and Hanson) Lftfge St®ek&» Low Pdees. Fuompt Ddtvetf ? Spencer Street, South Bunbury. Tnone,161. ? __ __ Are Offered Delicious BREAD by , BAKER, White Boad, Bunbury. IFIt^ ' Aceictaat, ©tail Maiisi®. ? ?'.*? *» v Every Clash of Insurance effected at lowest current rates. W. S. HALES, Local Representative,...

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THE LATE JAMES MILLIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

THE LATE JAMES MILLIGAN. Another old pioneer of the district passed away yesterday in his 89th year. The funeral will leave the residence at Australind at 1 p.m. to- day and proceed to the Catholic Church, thence to the Old Cemetery.

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

FUNERAL NOTICE.       MILLIGAN.— The friends of the late   Mr James Milligan, of Australind, are respectfully invited to follow     his remains to the place of inter- ment, the Roman Catholic portion of Old Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to leave his late residence, Australind, at 1 p.m., and will pro- ceed by road, arriving at the Roman Catholic Church, Bunbury, at 3.30     p.m. this day (Saturday). W.   Brittain & Son., Undertakers.

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Warren Road Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

Warren Road Board. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Warren Road Board was held at the office, Manjimup, on . Saturday, September 20th, 1919. There were present : — J . 0. Rose (chairman1), A. C. Reeve, A. Ohisholm, 0/ Doust, F. Brain, H. P. Kinpr, Charles. Young, and the secretary {F. J. Doel) Business arising .out of the minutes. — Mr Reeves reported that he had inspected tho trres which had fallen over Mr Saunders' fence, and as they were not interfered with in any way by the Board the secretaiy was instructed to write to Mr Saunders and explain that he had no claim* Mr Ohisholm reported re road near Perup School, and it was decided to let the work stand over until later in the summer. The secretary was in structed to arrange with Mr P. Risdon re gate for road. Correspondence. From Isaac Doust, thanking the Board for their letter of welcome 6n ' his safe return from the war, and resigning his position, as secretary to the Board. (Mr Doupt obtained leave of absence from his posi...

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Social and Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 18 October 1919

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL The Rer. Reuben Ooverdale has been gasetted as & minister duly registered for tbe celebration of marriages. Mr Harold Carg^eg, eldest son of Mr GGargeeg, ofl&sborne, returned on Sunday from France via America ?Mr Reg Hayes late Gunner on H.M.A.S. Australia' has left the sea and he is tackling the timber in the Barabup district. He is a hefty young fellow and whilst in the navy won the heavy weight boxing Cham ptqnship. He looks none the worse for his four years knocking about in the North Sea. We reget to state that Miss Sea [ brook has been compelled to under go two operations at Nurse Ander son s Private Hospital, Perth. We wish her a speedy recovery. On Wednesday evening last, the many friends of Mr and Mrs C M Fawkner tendered . then a farewell party in the Rachabite Hall. The first part of the evening was occupied py a snort musical programme, when items were contributed by Mr Web ster, Mrs Cullen, Mrs Fawkner (songs) Mr. Parkes (musical mono...

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

Ho. B. A SERIES OF ENGLISH PROVERBS : ($% r ©tea - (®%r MmnttB. ^p. , *, ' ? In the Stone Age. x. / ' . H f| 'She's a wonder' ^_^ .„ ?£${ ' f\ ' & ! The fastest steno- ^ — '~^\V -- '^ / ^'^V't grapher I ever had. ? s IMfm^ilff ^ j^A' ^\ X Time was when a slab ot stone and a * ' J y®§rW^-~~ }Jh //? ^L^/ i crude- chisel formed the only material by ' /Vj'yt^ ' u w-hieh man could satisfy his innate impulse ^^ . y^ ^s^a? ^ to record his thoughts in writing Relics \^Lr ^^ W if't from the barbarous stone-age in Britain *^ i ? sy ' and the .beautiful sarcophagi of the com- , paratively civilised ancient- Egyptians show to this day the laboriously engra\ed inscriptions which were at one tis^ie the sole means of preserving human thought Fortunately for Ihe professional 'writers' of those far-aw.ay 'J*3-Ui life then moved in simple circles, without occasion and* without the need for man$j records And with the growing complexity of human affairs, with the growing intellect of the human ...

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Bunbury Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 October 1919

Buss&urf Football Iseoeiation, --»- — A special meeting of the protest committee was held at the Welling ton Hotel on Saturday evening, when Messrs A. F. Spencr and A. Logan adjudicated upon two reports. The first was regarding the player who was engaged in the fight on the ground on the previous Sunday. The player was present and explain ed that he had accideotly struck an East Perth man. A second member of that club then rushed in and struck him twice. He refused to return the blows until a third one was aimed at him, and then he engaged in the fight which, ended in bis favour, i he committee accepted the explanation offered, but pointed out the necessity of keeping the game free from such scenes. It also ruled that the complaint was improp erly before the committee, as it should have been lodged within three days, including that on which the match was played. The second report was against a registered member of the Bunbury Club who had played for Boyanup. The explanation ...

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Lyric Theatre. THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 October 1919

Lyric- Theatre. THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. I.. To-day.— « Houdini,' episode 3 ; ' Doctor and the Woman,' Mrs C. Chaplin. Thursday. — Annual Children's Fancy Dress Ball. Friday. — 'Joan of Plafctsburg,' Mabel Normand. Saturday.—*' Fatal Ring,' episode 8 ' ' Daddy,' full atar cast. October 26.—' Green Eyes,' Dor othy Dalton. Matinee every Wednesday and Saturday. '

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Wokalup. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 October 1919

Wokilop. a — From our Correspondent. I ? A ? meeting of the newly formed Wokalup Progress Association was held at the Wokalup Hotel on Wed nesday, the 15th inst. The business discussed was the erection of a Hall I at this centre, which would be^a great boon to the residents. ^ Nurse Queenie White has been visiting her future parents-in-law, Mr and Mrs Wagner, of the Wokal up Hotel. She and Miss. Kathleen Wagner spent last week end in Bunbury. Mrs T. Hay ward is on a visit to her mother at Port Augusta. [ Mrs Rigg-'left yesterday per Trans train for Victoria. Mr Robert Lofthouse is busy building his dove-cote in anticipation of a certain great event.

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Upper Blackwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 October 1919

Upper Blackwooti. ? » . H (From Our Correspondent.) 4 A Welcome Home to the returned men of the Wenigup and Scott's Brook Wards of this district was held at Jnyes Hall on Friday, October 10. The committee went to great . pains to make the day a memorable one to I the men themselves, as well as to the residents, and. in the opinion of all who attended, they were entirely successful. There was a cricket match in the afternoon, and while this was in progress,' the working' committee, especially the ladies, were busy preparing the tables for the banquet which was to follow, and the result of the efforts would have done credit to a firm of professional cater ers. The long tables covered in snowy napery were decorated, with flowers emblematic of the allied col ors, and groaned beneath cold joints of all descriptions, poultry, salads, I jellies and other toothsome viands top j numerous to mention, flanked at fre I quent intervals by bottles of assorted nectar, destined to warm the cockles ...

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Bunbury Recreation Ground. THE QUESTION OF CHARGES [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 October 1919

Bunbufi Beopaation ? « ? THE QUESTION OF CHARGES The Municipal Council had recent ly ^to ' dteal 'with no less tnah fire applications for the- free use of this reserve. The usual charges, for local functions, has been io% of the gate receipts, but during the war this charge had been waived in most cases. Recently, a motion was un animously passed by the Councillors. to the effect that the usual percentage would be insisted upon. This de cision has led to considerable discon tent from the bodies, who wished to use the ground and representations have been made to the Council, giv ing reasons why no such deductions should bernade. The different bod whd have applied for the' free use of the ground include the Wellington Agricultural and Pastoral Society, Salvation Army, Eight Hours' Day Sports Committee, Perth City Band and the' Entertainment and Advertis ing Committee. Each pointed out, that the entertainments proposed to he held,, were not for any person's individual benefit, but for ...

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Rifle Notes. BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 October 1919

Rifle Notes. ? * ? ? BUNBUR?. The 5th shoot for the Trenoweth Trophy and the usual Club Spoon shoot took place on Sunday last ovcj» the 300, 500 'and 600 yds1. ranges and was won by H,^ Sharp. Following are the scores : — ? f 300 500 600 Hp Ag ?? H. Sharp 32 29 28 15 104 i .g. Birch 30 30 29 .'13; 102 ) M. Elliott 26 28 27 20 101 : C.'ffill... 31 32 33 3 99 Cunningham 25 32 28 12 97 :; Teede capt 29 33 26 8 96 . F. Smith 27 32 27 10 M C.' 'K: Hill 29 32 23 II 95 Tomlinson 28 31 26 9 94- , L. Mann 28 29 27 8 92 ' J. Nisbett 28 33 22 9 92 F.Eaton 28 30 27 6 91 W. Marsh 28 27 20 15 90 OlByan 27 33 25 4 89 J. Hough 21 33 25 9 88 J. Depazzei 22 29 21 14 86 . J; Murray 20 21 23 21 85

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