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

The ' Bunbury Herald ' has 34 contributors gathering news for its readers.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Experimental Plots. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

EMpeHinsiifai -Plots. Through ihe courtesy of Mr Fred Hamiltbn, Secretary for the Welling ton A. and P. Society we are enabled to publish the following letter, which was received from ? the Chief Inspector of Agriculture for the South West, Mr P G Wicken. 11 In accordance with recommend t ions. made tq;him, ttie Horr r.NIinis ter has approved of the establishment of certain, experimental plots in the South West area of the State. I am instructed to advise you that one of these plots can , be established at Bunbury provide^ the, Agricultural Society is. prepared to fall in 'With the conditions as set down hereu rider : — (1) That the Agricultural Society in each district desiring to have such an experimental plot be requested to nominate a settler, close to a public road or railway, who would be willing to carry out the work and find the ground for such plots. That the society, iu consultation with the Chief Inspector of Agriculture for the South West, decide as to the particu lar li...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Returned Soldiers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

Rsftirned Soldiers' Association. 1 The ordinary meeting of |the Association was held on Tuesday evening, when Mr W. Benson, pres .ident, ; was in .the chair, and there was a good attendance of members .. Fares to Australia. — The Defence ^Department jwrote, stating that a ;refund. of £7 had been placed to the credit of a soldier who had paid £30 for a passage of his wife 10 Australia. The correct fare is. £23. Soldiery' Badges. — Regarding a recent prosecution tor wearing a returned soldier's badge, by an unauthorised person, the staff officer in charge of the issue of the badges wrote stating that inquiries were being issued to discover from which district the said badge had been originally issued. Pensions. — Several matters were dealt with. -The Repatriation Executive. — The (fact tbaJt .the Association has not had 'dkect^representation upon the Re patriation Executive, has been engaging the attention of members for some time, and communications have passed between the two bodies...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

, Motor Oar Owners Look— We can supply Dunlop Ford covers 30 x 3| for £5. We also carry large stocks of Dunlop and Goodyear covers and tubes, and can supply at Perth prices Send for catalogue or call at Narrogin Trading and Agency Co. Ltd., Bun bury. . Notice to Advertisers. — Casual ad vertisements are received up to 9.30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays for the following day's issue respectively. Alterations to standing advertise ments should, where possible, be notified by 5 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays. After that hour, it can-, not be guaranteed that the old un altered copy will not have been printed.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Congregational Church. THE INDUCTION OF THE REV S J MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

tagregafiooil Ofmfs. THE INDUCTION .OF THE REV S J MILLS. :-:-iL- tea meetipg,afi[d:. reception ,wj£ held on Wednesday evening at' '£Ue: Church, the- occasion being the in duction- of the Rev S J Mills as minister to the Bunbury circuit. A welcome feature of the assembly was the presence of the Rev Andrew Buchanan, the first Congregational minister to officiate in this State, who has just returned from the Confer ence at Perth. Amongst others ore sent were the Rev Williamson Legge who performed theinduction service, Rev R Hocking, Captain Inglis and Lieut Jennis of the Salvation Army and Rev J Morris^ Busselton. An apology from his Lordship the Bishop who was unable to attend owing to his absence from the town, was re ceived. After partaking of an excellently provided meal, addresses of welcome were delivered and the incoming minister was assured of the cordial help and friendship of his' brother ministers in the great work which he had undertaken. In addition to these already menti...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wattle Cultivation. A PROFITABLE INDUSTRY FOR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

Wattle Olfltiiration, _ — « ? A: PROFITABLE INDUS tRY -?FORl^ARMERS. , ;; '(By 'Acacia.1') From' time' to time the attention of farmers. (and ptbers on the latiA. has been directed to the quMtion of -the growing of wattles on portion of their holdings, but so far the matter has not been seriously taken up in West Australia by those to whom it should carry a special appeal. As a crop, wattle offers attractions which should not be over-looked., and it has this further advantage, that in the vast majority of cases, land: unsuitable jfor cultiva tion of the usual farming crops can be used for the production of wattles. Readers need scarcely be reminded that the commercial value of wattle lies in its bark. Australia, since its earliest settlement, has tanned leather of' the highest quality with wattle bark, but, until recent . ,years, no serious effort was made to replace the trees destroyed by stripping. At one time the export' trade of wattle bark from the Commonwealth was very large. ...

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Common Complaints of Dairy Cows. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

Common Complaints of Dairy Cows. Mr. P. J. Bowker recently deliver ed a lecture to the members of the Laura branch of the South Australian Bureau of Agriculture on the above subject, which is becoming one of increasing importance in this State, as increasing attention is being devoted to the dairying industry. xMr. Bowker said: — 'The dairy farmer should always bear in mind that prevention is bet ter than cure, and that when preven tive measures are studied and prac tised there will not be much trouble in keeping a dairy herd in good health. Kindness is also a great help in caring for cows. The boot treat ment has often been tried and al ways failed, likewise the applications of milking stool and leg-rope. You . cannot treat your cows too kindly. They will appreciate and pay you well for your trouble. Cleanliness is very important. 'One of the most common and very troublesome complaints is sore teats. They usually occur soon after calving. A preventive measure is to examine the cow ...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

. . DISTRICT AGENTS: Bunbuby— Rohert Foekest; Bussblton — P. C. Caruthees ; Donnybbook— C. Hi Woodb'rook Bridgetown— H. Lake Harvey — P. J. Ward. ..-.?... ''.-;-?.:« ,, .-, The Oldest Australian Office. Established 1^49. ?- ?? ..y??££K©ad Office for W.A.: Forrest Chambers Perth. C^as. H.jpURLEWls, Resident Secretary. ;. .-igaf'V^— .?...?-?. - .The Artistic TFiip]aisli©xy . 'HAY STREET, PERTH. ? ' ^IKIOD ? ... . .. ; ... . ? ...,.-. - .. Whether it is Gothic, Mission, Chippendale, Jacobean, or Heppelwhite, made in any- Woods which ,.'. ' 'are' thoroughly seasoned a-id tested before they are manufactured by skilled aud artistic workmen. LODGE AMD CLOB SOOMS 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 Gutter and Designer about your Curtains. He will fit you. I -.-Important . ., , .i4 : _ ? . Take me into your confidence, and tell me ^^ th.^ambunt you want to spend and what rooms y...

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Some Tasty Recipes. Ginger Biscuits. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

Some Tasty Recipes. Ginger Biscuits. Sift together i Jb. flour, 4 oz. cast or sugar;'-, and 1 heaped tablespoon ground ginger. Eub in 3 oz. butter, and mix to a stiff dough with a well beaten egg. Turn out on to a floured board/ roll thinly, and cut into small rounds. Bake 5 minutes in a quick oven. Boiled Rice; Pudding, Wash \ lb. rice thoroughly, passing it . through^ several waters. Throw into 1 quart boiling water, let it boil up, then simmer .for half an hour, stirring frequently. When cooked, drain off the water. Grease a pudd ing basin with butter, and brush over lightly with a little white of ,egg. Beat the rest of. the egg and stir into the rice with 3 tablesnonns milk. Press the mixture tightly into the basin, place a plate over with some thing heavy on top, and put in a moderate oven for \ an hour. Let stand a few minutes, then turn out carefully and serve. The butter is to prevent the rice sticking, and the eggs give, colour. * * * Tapioca Mould. Stew one cup of tapioca ...

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

Harness the Cheap Power of the Wind Talk about utilizing our natural re sources! Why not make the wind lift water for you? Why not water your stock automatically? Metters' Windmills go as long as there is a breath of wind. They are going when others aro , stopped. They work 24 hours per day and ask only for a drop of oil every now and then. 9 . MADE IN YOUR OWN STATE BY MBTTB1S ILtdU PertK 139 Birraek St. & Central ircade, Perth u$M&®^&& The Right ^^^^^p'^ ? House ^Sf^^^^5 SEEDS - ife^3Si^' ~ PLANTS Our Cabbages and other Plants and Seeds are unexcelled. Lucerne, Subterraneum, Clovers and other Fodder Grasses. Everthing for the Garden. Stocks Always on Hand. NARROGiN TRADING AND AGENCY CO., District Agents. GALV. C. IRON PLAIN & BARBED FENCING WIRE (Iron and Steel). All gauges. Low Quotations for Forward Deliveries. High Grade AUSTRALIAN-MADE Machinery Road Rollers. Light Weight and Heavy Kerosene Tractors, made in Australia to suit Australian...

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PROGRESSIVE AGRICULTURE. A Great Idea. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

PROGRESSIVE AGRICULTURE. . A Great Idea. The Narromine Agricultural So ciety has oomeone with brains and go on its executive, judging by a scheme it has hit on for efficiently demons trating the best methods of wheat growing. The proposal is thus de- ; scribed by the secretary : — 'Our society considers the estab lishment of wheat farming on the latest and most up-to-date -lines as its first duty, and has formulated a simple and practical scheme which should be of special interest to all kindred societies, and, in fact, all wheat farmers. We made a canvass of local farmers to secure 30 ener getic workers who were agreeable to set aside 20 acres of their own wheat paddocks, so that this area could be worked under the latest methods. 'Arrangements were then made for the Department of Agriculture to provide an inspector to supervise the worKing oi tne ^u-acre diocks, ana the whole system has now been plac ed under the direct supervision of Inspector J. G. Syme. This gentle man will dir...

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

A 'BB' at Work at Government Gardens, Perth. Tme Most Efficient Sprinkler on the Market. Turntable on Floater — Cannot wear. Thoroughly watertight — Made of solid brass. Greatest amount of work with the . poorest of pressures. Prices on application to the manufacturer. M. A. LAN®, Wigfa Street, Fremaiitie, W.A. SOLE MANUFACTURER FOR COUGHS, COLDS. BRONCHITIS AND ASTHMA. Gives instant relief and fortify the lungs against further attacks. NothinE better to prevent Colds and Sore Throats. Always have a tin on hand. ALL CHEMISTS. -PRICE 1/6 PER TIN. ALEX. WILSON & CO. Ltd., Malcolm Lane, Sydney. Sole Proprietors £MU&. .? .,?'.:? ;. ? ,-. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. /.??' ; ' f .... '..' .. ' Y ? ,??,.?;? ?-.:.--.?? -markets, ;'..,Y. :.'.;; VVr. '; '?'?'-. ... Associated Fruitgrowers' Ltd. Producers'. Markets ;Ltd., KALQOORLIE. PERTH. -.-'.. GROWERS. Concentrate your Supplies in Markets owned and controlled by the Pro ducers by the Producer. Kalgoorlie Branch : H. J, SCANLAN Manag...

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INHUMANITY TO CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

INHUMANITY TO CATTLE. By and by in years to come (says the Derby correspondent of the 'Northern Times,' Carnarvon) own ers of the areas to the east will, per ? haps, put down bores, and thereby save thousands of cattle from perish ing. One has not to go far out of Derby to see more cattle dead than aave uirougn rea water disease, and want of drinking water. The poor 'cocky,' when he takes up a little selection, has to make certain im provements in a certain time ; but one finds great areas here held with no effort being made to increase the capacity of the holdings., and' it ap pears as though those responsible would rather see the stock die -in thousands than put down bores. It strikes one as downright cruelty.

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

The ?' Bunbury Herald' is the only local paper supplying tie Latest Cable Neww. .. -?--'?

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

The Most Centrally Sltoated Hotel In Btmfwry. 9 7 Proprietor. : . Wines Beers, and Spirits of the Finest Quality. Most Popular Billiard Room in the Town. .Every. Convenience and Comfort for Boarders at Reasonable Rates. WHEN IN PERTH STAY AT THE . Bb 6d per Day. 35s per 'Week. Hot and Cold Baths. Electric Light and Lift to all Floors. Comfortable and Central, The Country Visitors Home from Mom©« FREE MOTOR GARAGE. ? ' The Old Spot, *T*C*^ %%T 11* A.- UT a. 1 Victoria Ste eet, Bf*a&a*y, The largest and most comfortable Lounge Bar in the South- West. Electric Fans, Coolness and Rest. All Drinks off the Ice. Absolutely Qaty SWAN BEER Drawn. * K. E. COCKS - - - Proprietor. 7; Under ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT. Beautiful drives 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. -#; Conveyances of all kinds for hii^, ? Pfoprtetof ? - W, R. RflGRAFDSON. GREENBUSHES. ERNIE J. EYLES - - Licensee. Bvery C...

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

\ THE CAPEL HOTEL, CAPEL. PROPRIETOR - A. E. MOORE. A Delightful Country Holiday Resort. Bftsy motoring distance of Busselton and . the Caves. / Best Liquors only Stocked. 5 5THE GORDON'S HOTEL ^ One Minute from Beach and Baths. \ Swan Beer BBuotk««Sd ( ; Daniel Crawford's Bulk Whisky X ,* 1 Is 6d per bottle. £ S. C. AVER1LL, Proprietor. ?

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Science Chats. GREEN FLIES, PLANT LICE AND PARTHENOGENESIS. III. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

Soiasioe iSiiti, GREEN FLIES, PLANT LICE AND PARTHENOGENESIS. (By Arnold U. Henh.) ' . . III. . Spring will very soon be here, and our roses and many other plants and trees will be growing strongly. It will not be long then before we shall, be troubled with all sorts of pests, detrimental to our carefully nurtured treasures, and so I think a little chat upon the amaz ing life history of the well known little insects mentioned above, will be fitting and timely for this article. I might say that, though I have myself carefully watched and con firmed, by personal observation most of the incidents contained in this article, I am chiefly indebted to Sir Ray Lancaster for his lucid explana tion of many of the things about which I write. The very small green flies which attack xall sorts of plants, among which are the hop lice, the green fly of rose ' trees, the woolly- blight of apple and pear trees, as well as that terrible vine killer (the Phylloxera Vastatrix) form a special group of b...

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

Stephen Street, Bunbury. ;Tbe 'PRINCE' is the Most Thorough and Up-to-date House in the Metropolis of the Soi th- West. - The. Railway Hotel, «J52l.. ' ,. Opposite Railway Station, Uadei. New Management. STANDARD BRANDS OP LIQUORS ONLY STOCKED ? GEORGE SHQQTER, Proprietor. Snocial &ZZ * Warvo* Weir a«d Mile* of Ora«3a Groves. Special IWiaiora nr8adQ for Week End Parties and Holiday Severs. t THE HARVEY HOTEL S?5ffi,3V£ 16 B5COOm8 SPa^«' Dining Room, Parlors, Manic and Billiard Rooms Hot and Cold Baths, Motor Shed Stabling, and all the most up-to-date Conveniences. . Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to Telethon® Nq, 34. r . r --^ Under the Personal Supervision of the Proprietress : , MRS. E. HURLEY, — Late of York and Yagloop. Bs?-?1!ent Accoznmodation for Visitors Motorists especially catered for. oommercial Travellers please Note ! Under entirely New Management. Mra* KELLY ? = Proprietress. aW* P™ 0™hard«k, Commercial Men, Motorists, all will find at the above Commod...

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

3Pj- -; or Orfehard -'Cultivator I This implement, which we illustrate below is made of steel, I with the exception of handles, which are constructed of wood. It is extended by the aid of a lever, enabling the operator to . open it up to its fullest when cultivating between rows of vege - - tation, when they are wide; on the other hand, he can close up to suit narrower rowB of cultivation. These machines are extensi Ively used for moulding up work, for potatoes or other growths. As scarafiers they arf unequalled. The points are reversible enabling the users to obtain double wear from same. Each machine is fitted. with a. gauge wheel to regulate the depth of cultivation. - Orchard Plows -single AND double furrow). These plows are built entirely of spring steel, with steel bodies, and steel sole plates; they are fitted with adjustable draught clevises, which enables orchardists to throw their draught cle vises to either side of the plow enabling them to get up close to their work. The...

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