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Shipping. VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 October 1919

ifiipplsgg. Vessels in Pobt; Premier, Dredge* . Barquentine, Union La Digue. Expected Arrivals. Barque Garthneill (Millars T. and r. uo, uta, agents.; S.s. Ashridge, (T. Hayward & Son Ltd, agents. . Notes. The Union La Digue has dis charged her ballast consisting of basalt rock, and is loading timber for Mauritius. S.S. Ashridge is expected on Thursday, aad will take in about 1400 loads of timber for South Aus tralia.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dardanup [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 October 1919

Dardanup (From Our Correspondent) . Mr A. L. Hislop (Tibby) of the Railway Department, has received notice of transfer to Collie after about four years at the local station. It is not yet known who his success or will be, but, owing to the scarcity of accommodation and the high cost of living, the position is more suitable for a local lad who could live, at home. Mr Hislop, by his uniform courtesy and attention to duty, has made himself a general favourite, and the best wishes of the community go with him. The Football Club will especially miss him as he was one of their best players. Mr S. Staniland returned to his home af Brookton off Friday last, after a short visit to this district as the guest of Mr and Mrs Wroth He carries away with him a very high opinion of the Dardanup lands, having only pictured such pastures as we now can show in his dreams, and there is no doubt these fiats are a sight to do one good. The Rev. Scott-Clarke preached his farewell sermon at Dardanup on Sund...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. Manchester, Oct., 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 October 1919

IMPERIAL PaeLISiENT. Manchester, Oct., 21. The Rusholme by-election, due to Mr Stoker's death, resulted as fol ks^— - Thorye (Coalition Unionist) 'i=-394,; Dunstan (Labor) 6411, Pringle (Liberal) 2923, Crewdson (National Party) 815.

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Trinity College of Music London. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 October 1919

Trinity College of Music London. In addition to the results of the Trinity College of Music examioa I tions in our issue of the nth inst:, the local secretary has handed us the following lists, which have arrived from country centres. FIRST STEPS. .:' Pass.— Ethel Maud Me Master, Erena Menhetinett, Lila Alice Wormald (Miss Gwen Tipping A.T.C.L., Donnybrook. j Pass.— Nancy Davies, Mary Drap er (Convent, Bridgetown). ? ' ' : f PREPARATORY. Honours. — Moy Cutmore, Bonnie Smith, JeanSmith (Convent, Bridge town. Honours. — May Robertson (Con vent, Donnybrook). Pass.— Minna Kate Bremer I Mitchell (Mrs A. B. Russell, Donny brook). Pass.— Clarice Kitney, Lesley Eleanor Mackintosh, Althea Evelyn Sharp (Miss Gwen Tipping, A.T.C.Li Don uy brook. JUNIOR. Honours.— Olive Gray (Convent, Bridgetown. Honours. — Catherine Clara Port (Miss Gwen Tipping, A.TtC.L.r Donnybrook). ,, -. ,, -,.: J^,. J Honours. — Minnie May Harding ; pass — Doris May Coleman, Lavinia Mary Coleman, Lois Ellen Lyons, Moira K...

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The Bunbury Herald RUSSIA. London, Oct 21 [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 October 1919

The Bunbury Herald ! Special Cable Service. RUSSIA. London, Ocfc 21 The War Office reports that the latest news is that General Yudenitch has occupied Gatchina and Kasnoe Selo, where he practically destroyed the Boskir division which rushed up from the interior. Yudenitch's Cav alry cut the Railways from Petro grad to Vitebse, Moscow, Vologada. The white flag was hoisted on Fort Kronstadt on the seventeenth inst., details are unknown. The garrison of Petrograd i6 preparing the city for a seige by posting machine guns in houses covering the principal streets. A Bolskevik communique says, that there is fierce fighting at Kieff and the enemy has been reinforced.

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South-West Shows. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 October 1919

South-West Shows. Bunbury — November 5 and 6. Bridgetown — November 12. Busselton — December 3.

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Football THE COCKS' CUP, SOUTH BUNBURY REGAIN THE PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 October 1919

Football. ''. .' ~ ? * — ~ ' ? ??.-.?':.? THE COCKS' CUP, SOUTH BUNBURY' REGAIN . THE PREMIERSHIP. ? ..Ifc.jvould be impossible to meet two more, evenly matched teams, than those engaged on Sunday last at For resfc Park in the battle for the Bun bury Association nrfirmprsliin ,Bunbury. had won -the title a fortnight : previously but South, as minor prem iers, took advantage of the right to challenge the holders, and their action was justified, although only by the narrow majority of three points'. There was a very large and excitad audience and the barracking was more vigorous than ar any match during the season, The game was in charge of Mr McKinnon, who gave a strict and impartial performance of his duty. Free kicks were awarded freely, and, as ou the occasion of the last match, Souths got a majority of the awards. Probably a free given to a South player, right in front of the posts, was the deciding factor of victory as a goal easily resulted. -The Play. The wind was blowing almo...

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

NoiKfc E^rrfc TSueats-s. Bought at Phone 94. Near Federal Hotel, South Bunbury. A splendid assortment now on Sale 'ORESH FISH. SMOKED FISH, J? BAIT, Daily. All Supplies Guaranteed. Sou! h-WmtFM 8upp!|G@, Corner Victoria and Symmonds Streets, BUNBURY. Address correspondence Michelis & Co. Has Superior Accommodation ; during and waiting ACCOUCHEMENT. TERMS MODERATE. : Arrangements made for Children. Doctors in Attendance. Phone 66. VICTORIA-ST, BUNBURy, Wedding and Birthday Cakes sup plied on shortest notice. Small Goods and Bread ^he Best. 'wTdebby, ' Hairdressef , To&seeoalgl :aad StaUmegf CARR'S BUILDINGS, BUNBURY NOW OPEN: Metropolitan, October 6. .Caulfield Gap, October 18. Melbourne Cup, Nov. 4th. i Communicate with Hobart direct by every mail. 'Phone 52. r^i in®i®tifi!g ? jg/M^ I -y '- ? Head .' office ' and ,; p — Show Yard: if\ Three Minutes '-^ walk West of y^l Station. ' land EsssperScs-o Miiiipgiita IX- *j'^*. *?m. ' '?I Ci, K. HiEAo t' , ^ .;. ffS- a': M©o...

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

Ppepape Youp Stoek FOR THE Bun-bupy Show. Supplies of Meggitts Gruslied Linseed Meal , just to hand. Special Price for Quantities. -Also JLeslie Famous Salt Licks Is 9d per block. We can Quote y©o Sp©dal Price© for-* Bran, Pollard, Chaff, Oats, etc. Millet Seecl, Soudan Grass, Maize, H.R. Lucerne Seed. ' Iliirroditi Craiig % Agency £& General Merchants, ;-Stinbury9 Narrogin, -Williams mi S^&iaco. Are known throughout the South- West. Every Leading Lke Stocked. - Cotmtry Qgders Receive Ps&mpt^nd Skllhi Attsatfon. J. -:Monkhouse9 '.Victoria $trat« Skiltsry. 'Phone SO. ? '? ? . ? ? J(Late Monkhouse and Hanson) Large Stocks. LowPficss.. Prompt ' Deftvefy. Spencer Street, South Bunbury. - „ 'Pnone 161. U Are Offered Delicious BREAD by BAKER, White Road, Bunbury. Fire, Accident,\and Marine. Every. Clas& of Insurance effected sat r lbweeit current rates! : W. S. HALES, Local Representative, Bunbury. ; : ' Scarfoor© 'HishRands.I OVERLOOKING SEA. EASY DISTANCE...

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Social and Personal [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 October 1919

Social and Personal, The marriage of Miss Bertha Ton kin, third daughter of Mr and Mrs E. Tonkin, of West Street, and Mr John F. Dier, who recently,: returned from active service, was celebrated at the Methodist Church, Walkerville, North Adelaide; on the 4th inst. The Rev. Williams was the officiating clergy- I man. and fchn cftremonv was attanrled I by the bride's brother and sisterin law, Mr and Mrs Fred W. Tonkin and family, and a few friends. . The engagement is announced of Gertrude, the voungest daughter of the late John and Mrs Linto, of York, to Gordon R, McTaggart, (late A.I.F.), of York, youngest son of Thos. McTaggart, of Oapel. * I Mr Osborne Ivan Crombie, head- master of the Australind State School is a patient in St Clair's Hospital, having undergone an operation for appendicitis on Saturday last. His   brother, who is managing the Baling- up Co-operative Store, motored in on Sunday and found the patient pro- gressing favourably. Mr and Mrs H Carlson, of ...

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Obituary. LATE WILLIAM MILLIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 October 1919

Obituary. LATE WILLIAM MILLIGAN. The remains of the late William Milligan were laid in the old Cemet- ery on Saturday afternoon, and a large number assembled at the   graveside to pay the last marks of respect. The funeral cortege left by road from Australind and service was held at the Roman Catholic Church. The procession then pro- ceeded to the cemetery where the Rev. Archdeacon Smythe read the remaining portion of the burial ser- vice.       The Late Mr William Milligan was born at Blaeyeneay, Ireland, in 1830 and came to Australia 23 years later. During his 66 years in the State he had seen the wonderful advance of the South-West, and had borne no unworthy part in its development.   His wife predeceased him by four years. Four sons and a daughter remain to mourn the loss of their parents.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

PROCEEDS IN AID OF BUNBURY DISTRICT NURSING ASSN PROGRAMME: : : Prize. Nom. Ace Sheffield Handicap... ... ... J65 0 0 2s Is 100-yards Handicap ' ... ... 3 0 0 Is 6d Is Sprint Handicap ... ... ... 2 0 0 *ls 6d Is Two Mile Bicycle itace . ... ?: ... 5 0 0 2s Is One Mile Bicycle Race ... ... 3 0 0 Is 6d Is Half Mile Bicycle Race ... .... 2 0 0 Is 6d Is High Jump ?.' ...' ... .1.0 0 is School Boys' Bicycle Race ... «?c- Tro'phies. 6d Returned Soldiers' Race, 100-yards H'cap/? Trophy. Is Slow Bicycle Race, half lap ' ... .Or Trophy. . Is Kicking. Football ... ? .:. Trophy. . Is Sleeper Race. ... ... ... Trophy. ' Is Fire Brigade Events ... ... Trophy. Married and Single Ladies' Race '...* Cakes \valued at £1 is. Tug of War ... ... ..*. Sweepstake. Stepping Race ... ... ... Trophy. * Is Bowling at Wicket ... ... ... Trophy. ' Is' m , ,m IN PROCESSION: Traders Turnout ... ?.'..'' * ... Trophy. Decox-ated Turnout ... ... ' ... Trophy. Original Turnout ... '?.. ... Trophy. Decorated Car .......

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Children's Fancy Dress Ball [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

Chilean'! Fancy Bpiii Bill The long expected treat for the juveniles, postponed through the late outbreak of influenza, eventuated on Thursday night at the Lyric Theatre and may be reckoned as one of the most successful functions yet held in Bunbury. The floor was crowded by an excited and happy number of children, who, in their quaint and tastily designed dresses, made a pleasing picture, refreshing and amusing to the packed elders in the gallery and side seats. The, music was excellent and the hard working committee had left nothing undone to ensure a perfect floor and appro priate decorations. The Lady's Committee saw that the supper was worthy of the occasion and full just ice was done to the appetising viands Acquaint, pretty, Australian set,: ' The Gum Nut Babies 'deservedly; won the prize for the best set! Em ma Zollner was awarded honors as! the best dressed girl, and her prettily designed costume of ' Lavender and! Old Lace was a marvel of designs Little Peter Webster appea...

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Capel. RIFLE CLUB MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

'' * A RIFLE CLUB MATTERS^ ' (From our Correspondent.) Arrangements have. now been com pleted for the Annual Shoot, . which takes place on Monday next (Eight Hours Day). Competitors are re quested to be on the ground at 9.30, and draw for places. The following prizes are to be com peted for : — 1. -Returned Soldiers' Cup,— A ten guinea cup, to be competed for over three ranges by returned soldier members of the Club, to be won. twice in succession, or three times in. all. 2. Club Championship (off the rifle), £2 2s. — Runner-up to receive Mr Guy's trophy. Three ranges. 3. Club Handicap.— £1 10s. Run ner-up 'Bunbury Herald' trophy.; Three ranges. 4. Bracelet.— Valued ;2s, to be shot over the 500 andJ(30Q yards. 5. Three Consolation J^oandi Prizes off the rifle, one at each range, for the three highest unplaced in the Championship and Handicap. 6. Three Consolation Mound Prizes, one 'at reach range, for the highest score.with handicap unplaced in Championship and Handicap. Refreshment...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

Envelopes, Luggage Labels, Bill heads, Circulars, Writing Pads, Dance Tickets, Ball Programmes, Visiting Cards, printed at the Bunbury Herald office. Write for quotes.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

Finn 'foiiMatidn.; ' ' — _^ — NOTHING CAN UNDERMINE IT. People are sometimes slow to rec ognise true merit, and they cannot be blamed, for so many have, been humbugged in the past. The exper ience of hundreds of people in W.A. expressed publicly, through news papers and other sources, places Doan's Pills on a firm foundation .here*.' ^ Mrs G Smith, Molloy St, Bunbury says: 'So.rne 1 years jago I wasa^reat sufferer with my Sidneys, being at times so bad that I:was compelled to lie up. TVIy back ached fearfully and I was almost crippled with the ail ment. I could not stoop or turn in bed without assistance and I always felt tired and languid, haying no energy for anything. The kidney secretions were also affected, being thick and cloudy and containing sed iment. I was in a very poor state of health and badly, in need of a medicine that would put my kidneys into working order. But, although 1 tried various remedy, it was not until I had taken a bottle of Doan's i'ills that I got any re...

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Balingup. THE LATE WILLIAM SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

'Balltigip. THE LATE WILLIAM SMITH. William Smith, aged 75, an old age pensioner died suddenly on Sun day night last. He did odd jobs about tbe Balingup Hotel and on Snnday morning be complained of not feeling well. He lived bv him self in a little humpy belonging to Mr JL Rose and when he did not put in an appearance on Monday, Mr J Richardson went over to see how he was. . He was found lying on his bed partly-dressed; with his feet rest ing on the floor. The old fellow was well known in racing circles forty years ago as Sydney Bob, the Rider, and he brought from England, and South Australia several noted horses for the late John Angus of Adelaide.

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The "Seaside Warblers". A SUCCESSFUL CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

Tti@ 6 'Ssisidd Warblsi's99 . A SUCCESSFUL CONCERT A very successful concert was held at the Convent School on Tuesday evening, when the 'iSeaside Wabl ers' presented a splendid programme to a large and appreciative audience. The performance which was in aid of the Cathedral Building Fund, was opened by a spiritedly played over ture 'The Postman's Parade' by the Catholic Orchestra, consisting of Mrs Delfs, the Misses P. North and b. Rooney and Mr C Meyer. Mrs Sack then sang 'Roses' and received great applause. A very well rendered solo 'Ave Maria', from Cavelleria Rus ticana, was given by Miss Lucey, who was again heard to great advan tage with Mr N Power, in Rossi's 'Tantum Ergo'. Another item of sacred music, 'Winter's Gloria' was effectively sung by the full choir, with orchestral accompaniment. Mr C Meyer's violin solo .'The Broken Melody' was distinctly one of the best .pieces' 'of the evening and well deserved the encore demanded. Mrs Claude Buswell, 'My Rosary for You', Miss ...

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Greenbushes Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

Greenbushes Mining Kotes. The Warden's Court was he.d on Tuesday, ihe 21st inst, Mr W. L. Owen on the JBencb. Mr H. S. Barrymore and E vN:.Lillywhite ap plied for a dredging. Claim of 6 acres. Tbe 'former appeared and stated that he had pegged and posted necessary notices. The ground applied for was unoccupied, aud had been previously worked by a dredging party, but was now abandoned and was forfeited last Cpurtin. their favour ; was wet ground and suitable only for dredging. Ap plicants hold D.C. 47 and had D.O. ' 54 recommended, these two adjourn ing. A ^1500 plant had. been erect ed on Claim 47 and D.C. 50 is to be worked in. conjunction, making 47 acres in all. If granted would be able to dredge some months extra during the coming summer. Recom mended. yV G Sturgess applied- for 1- man's ground as a lode claim. , He pegged and;posted all necessary notices and no objection has been lodged Open and unoccupied wheu pegged ; was abandoned ground; had knovn -it e same fot 1 month and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

Vtefofla.. St£eett:-:Btfa%avyt' J0MM MJTFALL* Pmimetor. First Glass Accommodation for Visitors. ? % Terms Moderate. ?LOUIS L-LANDAOEI, CONSULTING CHEMIST, PERTH. A' combination of high frequency electric current and Ionic medica tion is recommended by the highest authorities for Neuritis, Sciatica, Lumbago, Shell Shock, Rheumat ism, and all Nervous Complaints. Many patients:ihave been treated from the South- West with com plete success, and 1 -will be pleased to supply names for reference. Large quantity of ; ?Pratt Cases.' Apply— , BUNNING BROS., Bunbury or Argyle. !fW§f§flg9g, f psnoh- F@8i§fim|, : lnpe?t fmmt ora Faeking, igft?i@iis rs-mdfi aqaal to liw °- Apply — j VICTORIA STREET, BUNBURY 1 ? W. GL '-SLOAN' (Reg. W.A.V.B.) All kinds of operations performed . ,with or without chloroform.' Horses' Teefch a Specialty. Address : — Toronto House. Tel. 166 f liiriiltFiuUdii Mart '-Sfia ^^o %jiiraiiririi il its (In suwcessicn to the late H. L. Griffith) THROSSILLL STREET, COLLIE. JlsM...

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