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A MORE HOPEFUL OUTLOOK. Perth, Last Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

A MORE HOPEFUL OUTLOOK. Perth, Last Niffht. Fifteen fresh .cases and. 110 deaths were, reported to-day.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

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INFLUENZA. POSITION IN BUNKURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

INFLUENZA, POSITION IN BUNKURY. 'The latest information obtainable as to how far the 'flivhas^ot its hold on Bunbury shows that seven cases, two women and five men, have so far been sent to the Fresh Air League ^ Home. Four of these are seriously ill, two ill, and one convalescent. There are numerous cases of ordinary influenza in the town, and some of these, where the symptoms are severe are being closely watched. The M.O.H., Dr S. Crownsoh Joel recommends : (1) inoculation, (2) avoidance of crowds, (3) fresh air and sunshine, (4) going to bed the minute you feel unwell.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

OF ? i' All Coloum _ ? - ? ? RICHARDSON'S, Phone 122. Victoria St reet5 Bun feu ry.

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Donnybrook. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

Donnyhrook, We regret having to record the death of Mrs Hudson/ which sad event occurred in Bunbury on the 12th inst. The deceased lady was buried at Donnybrook on the 14th August, the Rev. Mr Atwell officiat ing at the graveside. Pte. C. Port is pleasedjo be home again after his long spell on active service. . . - '- Miss Sheehan/ of the local school, goes to Lawyer's Valley, and Miss G. C Mitchell, of Manjimup school, takes her place. On Wednesday morning last, His Majesty's mails went adrift, or .were left behind, or. something. Anyhow, the train started to come back from Queenwood for them, but Mr V. C8 Mitchell, in his car, met it, half way, and handed over the lost' mail bags. Mr J. McCarthy is in Bunbury sitting, for an examination. We wish our popular schoolmaster good luck.

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State Sawmills. SHOW PROFIT OF £5147. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

State Sawimfts. SHOW PROFIT OF £5147. The balance, sheet ${ the State Sawmills for the year 'ended 30th une, 1919, reveals a net profit of £5,147, as against $fe2Gg for the previous 12 months. Tne accumu lated profit is now £21,688. The capital invested in the business totals ?£265,332, of which .£229,676 has been provided -from loan funds. Against this the following has been provided :— Depreciation, £60,875 ; Sinking Fund, £22,430 ; Accumulat ed Profit, 21,688; total, .£104,993. The gross profit- for -thejvyear under review was £33^535,:' but interest £I4i355) aQd dejpieciatiorn (£14,970) had to be met. '^'Sales' show an in crease of £12,544 at £256,678, while stocks on hand (108,639) are £4.515 less. Sundry debtors owe £45,978, and the concern owesi its creditors -£38-929- The position appears a good One. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

T)UNBURT ROAD BOARD. RACECOURSE ROAD CLOSED. The Public are hereby notified that, the Racecourse Road is CLOSED against all traffic during construction, and the public travel same at their own risk. The Board will not be responsible for any accident. (By Order) Bunbury Road Board. PRINTING.— The ' Bunbury Her ald' Publishing Co., the Class Printers of the South -West. See how the paper is printed and send your work to us. 'Phone, Bunbury 3. Build a Powei? Hoose. \

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

Doctors say a good preventative is to drink a little Port Wine - or Spirits. We can supply all- Wines and Spirits, etc., equal to Perth prices. ... Black and White, Sandersons, GlenoranR No. 10 Whisky at 60s ? per gallon; Mitchell's Irish Belfast (genuine 62s 6d per gallon. Swan, Emu, Castlemaine and Union Ales and Stouts 6s 6d per gallon, 12s per dozen. Cash Price. Famous Redcastle Invalid Stout : Pint bottles 8s per gallon ; Quarts 6a 6d per gallon, 12s per dozen by the case. y We can supply an excellent Port Wine, our own bottling, at Is 9d per bottle. We. have landed large stocks of Penfolds Port Wines, Clarets and Sherries, from 2s 9d to 4s 6d per bottle. The latter a Special Invalid Port. Special Prices lot Case Lots. / ? — ____ Siarrogitt tfaiig % Igtucy €& CMittd,/ '. : General Merchants,. '????-? S\fnlnry9 Narrogb, Williams ail Subiaco. Are knowa throughout the South- West. . . KvQry Leading Lin© Stoefeecii ; Cottntrf Qc£&2s Receive Ff omg-t and Skilled Attg...

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Balingup. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 August 1919

Balingup. ? -! ? ? (From our Correspondent.) Mr F. Craig arrived from Perth- on the 13th inst., and Mrs Craig three days later. Mr Crombie, the newly appointed manager of the Co-operative store, will arrive on Friday next, and take up his duties on the following Mon- day. We are glad to report that Mrs H. Carlson, who has had a rather severe attack of sciatica, is now much better. - Mrs A.. Smith is about again after her recent illness. Mrs H. G. Lake and her little son returned from Perth on the 15th inst. The little chap has not yet quite got over the after effects of his visit to the Childrens' Hospital. We 1 egret to state that Mr W. R. Richardson, proprietor of the Balirig up Hotel, is at present an inmate of the Greenbushes Hospital. Mrs Edmund More, who has not been very well lately, and Mr More, went for a flying trip to Bunbury on the 15th inst.,. returning home the next day. By Saturday's train, Mr H. T. Phillipps received from Mr Frank Venn, of ,Dardanup, a very fine Jers...

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WIMMERA RYE GRASS. Worth Trying in W.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

WIMMBEA BYE GRASS. Worth Trying in W.A. rlie Victorian 'Journal of Agricul ture' for May, contains an interesting article on a new grass, Lolium Su bulatumj popularly known as 'f'Wim- mera' rye-grass, which is extending over large areas of the Wimmera dis trict. The ordinary eultivahlft an nual grasses do not readily . establish highly productive, quickly and cheap ly grown, and it must be controllable, that is, it must not monopolise the land so that wheat and other crops cannot be successfully grown. The Wimmera rye grass is proved by a large volume of '.evidence to be highly productive, and there is no doubt as to its power of re-establishing itself under the conditions prevailing in themselves in the 'Wimmera wheat belt, owing to dry climatic ? conditions, and the . perenial grasses or dinarily used in artificial pas tures ' in 'Victoria, such as Eng lsh rye-grass, cocksfoot, and the clovers, do not survive the long dry summer. 'What is wanted in a wheat country is a grass that ...

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Photography from the Clouds. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Photography from the Clouds. The accompanying illustrations are characteristic air pictures of places in France made famous by tremendous happenings during the Great World War. ? The French rural population live in villages and go daily to and from their farms. What they lose in time they gain in social intercourse. The houseless, hedgeless, fenceless fields look strange to English, and Australian ' eyes. This scene was photographed east of bt. Benin, the beginning of which can be seen at the bottom of the picture. Note what appears to be a chateau in the centre. Note the shadow shapes of the poplar trees along 'the road. _.?__.. ._...._._ _..L..-.N.Ji _ , The River Somme.at Sailly Lorette. The valley of the Somme during the war witnessed the'bloodiest and most tremendous battles of all time. Here the mighty Teuton forces were shattered with the shock of doom. , ? . ? How Cultivated Fields Look from the^Aerial Heights. THE RIVER OF BLOOD. -

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DIE BACK IN CITRUS ORCHARDS [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

DIE BACK IN CITRUS ORCHARDS ; The exclusive use of blood and bone manure is said to have resulted in citrus trees in the Gosford (New South Wales) district falling an easy prey to fungus diseases/ The great difficulty of securing supplies of pot ash during the war has resulted in the use of the blood and bone man ures/ ? ? .-??''? . .,a

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TRAPPED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

^ TRAPPED. A mail in an Oriental city followed a lady about the bazaars and- shops a long time. Finally, she turned to him and said: , . 'Why do you follow me?' 'Because,' he answered, 'you 'are very beautiful, and my soul goes out . to you in love.' The lady smiled, and said : 'But I am not half so beautiful as my sister there.' She pointed to the fountain in the square. 'Look at her, filling her water jug. She is a vision of loveliness. Go, then, and make love to her.' The man took the lady at her word He hastened to the fountain. But the maiden filling her jar there was very,. very ugly, and he returned and said, angrily: 'Your sister, beautiful 1 Why did you tellme such a falsehood?' 'Ah, but why,' said the lady, 'did you tell me a falsehood first?' 'When did I tell you a falsehood?' asked the man. : -'When you told me you loved me,' said the lady.- 'For', if it had been true that you loved me, you would never have gone to make love' to an other woman'!''!

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The Bunbury Herald SATURDAY, AUGUST 23. WE SORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

The Bunhury-Herald SATURDAY, AUGUST 23. WE SORROW. We don't know whether it's the 'flu, but somehow or other we view the old world with a jaundiced eye these times. Yainly, in all directions, we look for comfort. Nary a comfort ! The State has a deficit of /'3.500.000. Gardiner was going, to wipe the floor with it. What happened? He took the count. Lefroy slept alongside of it for two years, and only awakened to find another chap rustling for his job. Colefeatch stepped into the ring, bowed, smiled, and received such a kick from . behind that he has 'been wondering ever since what happened to him. Then along came Jimmy Mitchell. He's still in the smiling stage, provided he does not read the ' Sunday Times.' Well, with all these kaleidoscopic changes, we still j wonder what is going to happen. I The mountain has laboured and! brought forth a mouse. Some genius has discovered that to wipe ofE the deficit we must work. Bah ! Tell the lumper just coming off an eight hour shirt to work. ...

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RECORD APPLE TREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

RECORD APPLE TREE. What is probably a record apple tree flourishes on the property of Mr. Charles .Crisp; at Jimebaun, Dal gety. The diameter of the trunk is 8ft., the Circumference 25ft., and the whole tree covers an area of 141ft. 4in. Its height is 30ft. Last season 900 dozen apples were taken off in one crop, but this year, owing to the unusually dry season, the crop was only one-fourth of the usual yield.v This remarkable apple tree, was planted by Mr. Crisp's father 74 years ago. ? -..;.-

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Shipping. VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

dipping. Vessels in Port. ?? Premier, Dredge. ' 8.B. Talawa, (A. P. Spencer, agent.) Expected Arrivals. S.s Apolda, (Millars T. and T. Co, Ltd, agents.) August 28, s.s. Waitmo, (T. Hay ward and Son, Ltd, agents.) : , ? Notes. Loading has proceeded continuous ly pn -s.s... Talawa, excepting for an interval on Tuesday afternoon, when =the lumpers left- to attend the funeral of their late comrade, Mr E. A. Main» stone. S.s. Waitmo is expected on the 28th inst to bunker Collie coal.

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BENCH GRAFTED VINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

BENCH GRAFTED VINES. At the Howlong (N.S.W.) viticul tural station last year- the superin tendent, Mr. H. G; White, planted out 20,000 bench-grafts. By the. aid of about seven waterings during the dry season the growth of the grafts was, maintained- The percentage of 'strikes' will not.be known until the vines are uprooted, but a close, in spection .shows comparatively few misses. This applies also to Black Shiras grafted on 41B stocks, which are usually difficult to grow. There are over. 100,000. resistant ungrafted rootlings, and 'air varieties have made vigorous growth. These should prove useful to vignerons that can Yema graft them. It is expected that .no difficulty will be experienced this season in meeting orders for un grafted rootlings. Preparations are bein£ made to graft a large number of vines for the 1920 season.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

JC*o JLj® dS* H vJbsJ A vflli q P. G. Haftts) Mad® PURE IN OF Men's Cashmere Box 3s 8d. Ladies' Oashmere Hose 4s 6d. Grand Central Bui?dings^ . OPPOSITE Ns^ogSn Trading Co.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

e* . -? 2/ y Ffcl I ITS I'M! f®^7 ^Q PROGRAMME IN THIS PAPER. - WINTER REAMMG Back numbtrs of Periodicals and Comics, Is. doz. Local agent for Wilsou & Johns Seeds Also for Madame Weigel's Paper Patterns. Anderson's Central tapes, . Victoria Street, Bunbury 'Phone 114. Means ?.' SEEDSMEN, 1 FLORISTS N«f ses ymea. I SEEDS, FRUIT TREES, I ROSES, VINES, TREES, \ CLIMBERS. j Catalogue Post Free. \ Only Address : | 70 BABRAGK-ST., i PERTH.^ | PNEUMONIS IfSFUJiSSZiT THE Australian Provincial Assurance Association Issues POLICIES covering ALL SICKNESSES from whatever nature. Weekly Compensation, Doctor's and Hospital Fees, are paid under these policies. WILL SARGANT, Special Representative. ? Sufficient Address : Bunbury. PUBLIC N 0 T I C E. » H. D. Holtzmann (Late 44th Battalion) Begs to notify the public of Bunbury and surrounding district that he has started in business as GENERAL -PLUMBER AND IRONWORKER, in Kelly's Woodyard j(next J. G. Baldock's) and is now prepared to execute...

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CITRUS FRUITS PACKED IN VASELINE. Storage Experiments at Yanco. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

CITRUS FRUITS PACKED IN VASELINE. Storage Experiments at Yanco. Some interesting experiments in the storing of citrus trees have been conducted at the Yanco (N.S.W.) ex periment farm, with Washington navel oranges and lemons. The fruit was placed in .storage at intervals of a fortnight, from June 14 to August 7, 1918. It was treated in four dif ferent ways, and afterwards packed in paper- lined cases and also in sand. The methods adopted were wrap ping, coating with irvaseline, storing unwrapped, and dipping in borax. The borax and the unwrapped meth ods were not a success, but the fruit that was vaselined kept best of all. It is considered, however, that it would not be advisable to store or anges for marketing later than No vember. Lemons treated with vase line .kept for a much larger period than those not treated, as they- re mained in perfect condition 'from June to, January. The use of. sand was found to be of no advantage. It also has the decided drawback of be ing heavy to ha...

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