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Duntroon Military College. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

Ountroon Hillary College. In addition to the ordinary cadet ship allotted to the Fifth Military District, advice has been received Nthat cadet-ships have been made avail able as undei : — . (a)Ten for Warrant and Non Oommissioned Officers of the per manent forces, who have gained commissioned rank in the A.I.F and who are not more than 35 years of age. (b) Five for those who have gained commissioned rank in the A.T.F. and who are not more than 27 years of age. The difference of pay between the present rank of members of the per manent forces (Class A) and that of the present rate for cadets will be adjusted as follows : — ^ (a) In the case of married men it will be paid to his wife in the form of sustenance. vo; m cne case of single men it will be deferred until graduation. . In the case of Class B cadets (Para. 1 ) the above conditions as regards pay will apply. On entry to the College all rank will be resigned and all will become Staff Cadets. The Course will be of two gears' dura...

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

$ THE WORLD'S COW | I NESTLE'SMILK ? M V ' THE RICHEST . . . | J ~ /^^ THE PUREST . . 1 1 is^\ THE BEST , II ?»-,v»,i.i,M.'.-...w,».i-i ? ??» ? mill ? ? n. n ' ? nmt-n^-reaag^. jp— j 1 is tho Simplest Separator made j having only half as many parts as rnos other separators. As a result each part is more carefully made, and of better material. The Only f^UUP SEPARATOR. S^Bili |- that will. Skim MilSTll *%ar Ml The Only «gfrfSl 1 SEPARATOR. ^^£— Ullj S ' ttLTt tmSm t= BpeeaB- ! w$m The Only = -SSSrfSp IS SEPARATOR, - ^KnlSl with a Knee High \U~ [SB lift I Supply Tan,. N«H| The Only i^WtTHB SEPARATOR . ^M\\ «' with a Tubtf ^^ftfl^ The Only SEPARATOR «* - that skims quick- ^ er when turned . - faster. i ?? The Only with an entirely :^g SEPARATOR, automatic oiling system. SAVES Cream SAVES Butterfat . SAVES Warmth . and Freshness of skim milk SAVES Labour. Always saving to the benefit of the urgr's pocket. ST©P.L©SIN© eREAM ?-????.- Write for catalogue 'Velvet for Dairymen.' SOLE AGENT: ...

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

fit I il I ^m 1F^ 1^ ^^ 17Y7 @& W ^qm 'nbt Crearn Ground, with subdued Brown, Green and Heliotrope, Single and Double Stripe ' ???..-..??? ? v ' I ' ' .' . ??? ?? ' ? ? ,^n ? DEFY THE/CALMS. .. '.V whePaTanrfcime:1^ ^ ^^ f°f ^'^-g * Plentiful' supply of water any partsTto ge? ou/of Zdev inaePendenfc of~ ™* *nd weatl.er, and hai no complicated Equipped with Special High-Tension Magneto. 4ed^abll|?n&g^^^^ from Pumpjack and willd|;at^rcl&4'n\t^ »? «« in addition pyramid pumps, etc. shearing plant, saw frame, centrifugal and A*k for BuHetio P2i3 fully describing both these Engines. Office and Showrooms : 52-54 William st P«.i.iu . it * -n -.''??? 'Oreadnought' Traepulfers. THE GISMTIG MIDGET Saves you pounds in money through cost of Labour saved. Equipped with Double Winding Handle for expeditious handling of small timber. Illustrated Bulletin, full particulars and price from .'?«-.' MALLOCH BROS,, 52-54 William-street, PERTH. [A CARD.] J. Lewis Prichard, L.D.S ,...

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

DUCAL. The Duke of Northumberland has lately been preaching. to the people of Northumberland on the virtue of hard work and self-denial. His Grace said: 'The only firm founda tion of reconstruction is self-denial and hard work by all sections of the community-. Politicians ought to draw attention to this instead of try ing to persuade people that they can get something for nothing.' But the Duke himself is a living proof that something can really be got for no thing. We in Australia know nothing of the arduous duties which fall {? t the lot of the unhappy dukes of Bri tain. Mr. Dooley, in one of his sketches, spoke of a demand for dukes of the United States as evi denced by a hypothetical advertise ment of a millionaire well dowered with daughters for a duke, 'accus- tomed to light family duking.' From which we infer that a duke has some thing to do beyond -acquiring the public school manner, marrying act resses, and giving ' good advice to people of lower social and financial stand...

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

: ? ' ? — ? 1 ? , ? , FULL RANGE. Obtainable at. .Victoria Str@®tg Bunbury^

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

WMBfa—aaawB— — iiiiiiiinniiiiii u Social and Porsona? I Captain R. Earl, M.C. has returned I to town after spending several days in the metropolis. Mr Dudley Honev. who has rec ently returned from the front, paid a flying visit to Bunbury during the week to see his brother, Mr L. R. I Honey. Mrs Charles Higgins, of Collie, is staying with her sister, Mrs Walker. Dr J. E. Gordon, of Perth, is spend ing a short holiday in Bunburv and is staying at the fiose Hotel. Dr Joel, accompanied by Mrs Joel and Miss Maxine Joel, left for a well [ deserved holiday in Melbourne last Thursday. They do not intend stay ing more than four weeks, the doctor '? coping to be back in Bunbury by about the 23rd November. During his absence, Dr Stirling Landon will be doing Dr Joel's work. Mrs F. Roberts is expected home iw-urty, auer a long noiiday as the guest of Mrs Kim Forrest, at Kubme. Mr and Mrs Stirling Taylor leave for Melbourne by the trans continental on Monday. Mrs Taylor has been paying a visit ...

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

Why is E the most unfortunate of let ters?— Because c. it .is never in ca«ft. always in debt, and never out of danger. , ' '

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THE ASSOCIATED FRUITGROWERS' REPORT. (By Wire.) Kalgoorlie, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

thi mmm:im fruit SeSIEfIS' REPORT. (By Wire,) „,, . Kalgoorlie, October 24. ine Associated Fruitgrowers, Ltd, report as follows :— Only moder ate supplies of fruit to hand and fair values ruling. Owing to the late I'uuniug of goods trains, several lines ! at fruit had to be held nmr PU«*: tul supplies of Peas ; French Beans short supplied and in ! good demand. Cabbage worth, to 25s.' Poultry con tinues to be in good request. Apples, n T » 'uulps uo zus, uofterty to 18s, Hokewoods 10s to 14s, Statemans 10s °n 16sX R°mes, best to 17s, inferior 10s; Oranges, Navels, dumps to 18s m' ^o1^ t0 16s' Valencias, flats 10s to 13s 6d, Mandarines to 14s 6d ? Loquats to 13s ; Lemons to 12s 14s passion Fruit, quarter cases, 12s 6dl: lomatoea. lioaf. 9=;a +^% OQr, ~ii ? -ml to JOs ; Potatoes, new dug, 26s to 28s Onions, white, 3d to 4d; Quarter Brown, 3d to 4d ; Peas 3d to 4£d : French Beans 7£d to 9d ; Cabbage I prime to 25s, inferior 5s to 18s : oroad Beans . lOd ; Poultrj, (xobblers, extra prime...

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CHANGED HIS TUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

CHANGED HIS TUNE. 'I don't know what to do with that boy of mine,' said a father to an old friend' whom he was visiting, and to whom he felt that he could unburden himself of his troubles. 'He is ut terly worthless, and I cannot do a thing with him. He does nothing but hang round livery-stables, and you know what the moral- influence of a livery stable is.' About ten years later the two men met again. 'How is your son getting along?' asked the old friend. 'Did I never tell you?' said the other, with evident pride. 'That boy, sir, had such a decided genius for horses that I let him take to horses for a living. He is now a veterinary surgeon of the highest skill, makes any amount of money every year. I tell you there is nothing like giving a boy a chance to follow his natural bent.'

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SPORTING. "HERALD" SELECTIONS. ASCOT RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

SPORIiNG. 'HERALD' SELECTION^ ASCOT RACES. ; I Hurdles—Barlo Werie 1, Explore 2, Carngham 3. . ? Encourage Stakes. — Spalalo 1, Drurrtont 2, Cantilever 3. ^ Initial Stakes. — Some Gold 1 Frophecy 2, Muriel's Hope 3 Nortfacote Handicap':- Azamor 1, fausade 2, Springmou'tit 3. Leake Handicap.— Bern lea 1, Loch «una z, j_ocn Master 3. Strickland Handicapi-Arrowfield i, Peter Wongie 2, Jehad 3.

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SCOTCH PIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

SCOTCH PIE. Required : — For Pastry : Six ounces of flour, two ounces of cornflour, four ounces of lard or dripping, half a teaspoonful of baking-powder, half a teaspoonful of salt. For Filling: One pound of apples, three ounces of currants, three ounces of suet, three ounces of sugar, three ounces of crumbs, one teaspoonful of mixed spice, one lemon. Prepare, the inside mixture first. Clean and stalk the currants. Shred and finely chop the suet. Peel, core, and chop the apples. (Stew peelings and cores in water to cover for ten minutes, then strain off the liquid, it will make a nice sauce if sweeten ed and slightly thickened). Mix all these ingredients with the crumbs, spice, and the grated rind and strained juice of the lemon. Then make the pastry. Well mix all the dry ingredients. Finely and lightly rub in the fat. Mix to a stiff paste with the coldest water you have. Knead lightly, roll out about one third of an inch thick, line a deep tin plate or any shallow tin with half the...

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Lyric Theatre. THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

Lyric Theatre. THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. « w^;-' Fatal ^in&' episode 8 ; 'Daddy,' (English film) all star cast. Daltonday'~' Gr8en By68-' Dorofchy ^Monday. -_« Reaching for the Moon, Doug Fairbanks, equally as full of comedy as a,Chaplin. JJesday^'Tlie^Passport,' Bun uuvy dramatic Ulub. Wednesday.-' Hdudini,' epigode 4 ; :« Magda,' Clara K. Younff. ! Thursday.—' The Passport* Bun bury Dramatic Club. Friday. ^- Double feature pro gramme, Express Film Service. Saturday.-' Fatal Ring,' episode 9_; 'The Happy Warrior,' Clarendon rilm.

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TALKS TO YOUNG MOTHERS. To Lift and Carry Baby. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

TALKS TO YOUNG MOTHBES. To Lift and Carry Baby. In lifting use both hands. Place one palm under the head and neck, the others under baby's loins, to support him round the middle. Then you are ready to lift. And you will find that his head cannot fall backwards or for wards, as it will almost certainly do if-he is wrongly held. The head wobbles if he is not pro perly held, partly because it is bigger and' heavier in proportion to the rest of the body than the head of a grown person. The spine, too, is very weak, in fact, the bones of the spine are not really solid till a child is some years old. It is for this reason that children who are wrongly held, or, later on, allowed to carry 'too heavy weights, or sit crookedly while reading or writing, so often get slightly deformed.

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WOOL FOE EXPLOSIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

WOOL FOR EXPLOSIVES. Australian wool, it is reported, was largely used in England as a substi tute for cotton, in the manufacture of explosives during the war. This clears up the mystery of the discre pancy, between' the wool imports and the supplies available for ordinary purposes. It gave better results than cotton. ? ;.

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NEW SOUTH WALES SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

NEW SOUTH WALES SHEEP. At the end of 1918, there ' were 19,956,000 ewes in New South Wales. Of these 11,473,000 were mated for Autumn and Winter lambing. Ap proximately 6,500,000 were mated for autumn lambing, and from these 4,120,000 lambs were obtained (nearly 58 per cent.). The markings were 3,082,000 or 47- per. cent. For winter lambing, 4,973,000 ewes were mated. The lambs dropped were 2,948,000, and the probable markings 2,112,000. The number of ewes reserved for spring lambing was 4,123,000, and it is expect.ed that 2,953,000 lambs will be dropped, and -2,456,000 marked. The seasonal conditions are not favourable to heavy markings with many, but in Biverina the climatic conditions were favourable. In the Western and Central plains districts, the conditions generally were' very droughty and bad.

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A BUTTER-COOLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

A BUTTER-COOLER. A most effective little device. _ for keeping butter and other, food articles cool may be formed out of an ordin ary flower-pot. If i ossible, get a new pot, or clean an old one by scrubbing. Then put this in a bucket, of water for. an hour. Arrange the butter on a. dish and place the pot over it in an inverted position. ? Push a cork into the hole. It wilt be found that the moisture-soaked pot is a perfect medium for keeping' out the hot-air and, even under the warmest conditions, the butter re mains hard arid cool. The pot should be re-soaked every twenty-four hours, or it is not a bad plan to have two pots. to change about. The device should be ' kept away from- the sun's rays if it is^to work properly. ^

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A RECOMMENDED LICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

' A RECOMMENDED LICE. ]?or sheep requiring to be handfed, Mr. W. J. Matthews, New South Wales expert, recommends the following mix ture as a lick: lewt. coarse granula ted,- Liverpool salt, 3flb. sulphate of iron, and 1841b. of bonemeal (cal cium phosphate), with the addition of 6 per cent, of Epsom salts, in view of the dry feed the sheep were receiving.

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

p Representing at Cowra the well- f S|! known firm of George Shirley Lid, i y 1 * J w/ * I y his opinion of Clements Tonic | jH After personal experience is© regards | .i it as a wonder-medicine, to whicli I . his improved state ©f health i@@fcl!l@@ I I CLEilf E&T® TO^IC :lsTD. ' ' ' i | 8fl it .ifilliftii b&'-;rath®r -©oon': to Teppfft L | r®g©r^lFB^ It© g©@^ qpal!ti0@s fe&§'£ | | ?|irt@yfflss 0 fomz® @nly teten tw© b©tt§Qo |[ I ©f It I iapp©ar t© have taBsen @ffi a'^ew | | h®f@7Q faking1 on. this 'woGidloir' t®^!© || | 'my ot©ma©h uou&Ily tyraod agblrao'S-ijI ?r tlto® m@ot &ppetEsing_mQ&lo W@$ o@ si©ws |J 1 for I .'am. always, sroa^ I^s' moal tiwaog | |j not @^iy ^hlQf but I- now osi|©^ my g^qsIq I | without the usual. olnEslRg tftoollnef. arad 1 - ' -' ' - . $ ||''lfShtQ0t.m9al. ' 8 I it . ^ ^ ??? ^ ^ _ H I fidi@tB mp^Sf, ami p:toap#t i feavo jjj f|| had to $@ s@» i firicT'no n©©#©@!tif fop I I it no^.^®, by.taHlnSr.lEQffuIap. -Bp@®...

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

Another Gold:, Rush MEANS Another Land Boom. PERTH SUBURBAN BLOCKS WILL SOAR. HERE ARE A FEW. GET IN NOW. THESE ARE ALL GUARANTEED SPLENDID POSITION BLOCKS. LOOK AT THESE. (1) Three Lots each 5 acres. The lot £15 cash, £90 terms— £i5 down aud £5 per month. Single lots pro rata. (2) Nine i acre Lots right at Station. The lofc £18o cash.; Terms (each lot) £25 — £2 down and 3os. per mojpth. (3) Four ideal Residential Blocks.. No better offering ; each $ ac. The lot ? fiioo cash. Terms (each lotV £30— £5 down and 3os. month. (4) One block, lac. 2r. 32per., splendid soil. £25 cash, or terms £3o— £5 down and 3os. per month. Co) One 1 acre lot, two frontages, ^lo eash. or terms £i4— £2 down and £1 monthly. QALL THIS LAND IS LESS, THAN 7 MILES FROM PERTH G. P.O. REASON FO^JSELLING : ' OWNER LEAVING W.A ; Write for particulars— , . i SUBURBAN This Office.

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