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The Popular Person Vote. IN AID OF NEW CATHEDRAL [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

The Popular Persosi ¥@fi3 IN AID OF NEW CATHEDRAL Intense excitement has been occa sioned in the Roman Catholic fraternity by the competition for the most popular person, and members of the Church, besides many* outsid ers, have contributed liberally to the voting funds. The nimble penny has Us uses, for no less than 69,889 votes were recorded, amounting to the splendid total of 4J291/4/1. Few will begrudge Mrs Veale her victory, as no more earnest worker is known in the district. Mr P. Doyle has put up a fine record by scoring nearly 13,000 votes. Others well in in the runniag were Mrs Byrne, Miss Sylvia Boor, Mr B. Hastey and the Misses C. Lucey and O. North. The following are the figures of the votes scored by each candidate : — Mrs Veale, 15,091 ;. P. Doyle, 12,684; Mrs Byrne, 8,165; Sylvia Boor, 7,278; B. Hastie, 6,552; Miss Lucey, 5,040 ; Miss C. North, 4,827; L. Banting, 2,931; . P. Shanahan, 2,531 ; W. Myers; 2,450 ; H. Wells, 1,320 ; Mrs Ganfield, 1,020.

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

Yarleop. (Prom our Correspondent) This euphoniously named town, with a rising future in front of it and an unsanitary past behind it, is quickly resuming its old place as an industrial centre. Here Millars' are now busy erecting a twin building of goodly proportions, designed with the object of artificially seasoning the various woods, thereby doing the work better and very much more quickly than if it is left in the open air. In addition, it is understood that it entirely eliminates the crack ing and hard skin left on timber seasoned outside. The building is erected on the same lines as the experimental kiln adopted by the university people at the Swan River Settlement. As it is yet considered ^vastly in the nature of a practisal test, it is sincerely hoped, and indeed expected, that the result will be as successful in the bulk as the little one at Perth is with the lesser quantity. Thev edifice, or kiln, or whatever it is called, will leave little or no change out of a thousand po...

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

Progressive Burekup. A 'Herald' representative spent a pleasant and instructive afternoon visiting this very active settlement, and was well rewarded for his trip. Previous enquiries about the district had elicited the answer on all sides, 'Burekup! X) Yes! That's where Charlie Clarke lives', so evidently the first thing to do was to look ud that gentleman. However our scribe found that a very large number of people apart foom Mr Clarke, resided there, and these cultivated enough land to occupy a visitor's time for several days, if anything like a' pro per examination were wished for. The first call was at Messrs Me Conville's Store and this presented a very busy aspect. It was mail time and, school having just been dismiss ed, there was a crowd of youngsters waiting for letters and papers, besides numerous grown ups on similar errands, or else busy with purchases. The store combines the post office and telephone exchange and the busy proprietois have things working in good system a...

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

Oyol© nnci Mot©F Sp©cis,Iist« All Branches of Light Esiglneeflrag undertaken at shortest notice, including Turning and General MacMise Work. BUNBURY A&M LIVELY RO?AL MAIL CARRIER, LIME and GOAL MERCHANT, GENERAL CARRIER, OAR PROPRIETOR and FORWARDING AGENT. . All claaaes of Vehicles for Hire, Day and Night. Telephone 77. Wedding and Picnic Parties catered for.

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

ALL SWEETS Next Lyrfc Thoataa. Bought at Phone 94. Near Federal Hotel, South Bunbury. A splendid assortment now on Sale 1KRESH FISH, SMOKED FISH, 1 BAIT, Daily. All Supplies Guaranteed. Sou! fi-Wast Fish Supply Co , Corner Victoria and Symmohds Streets, BUNBURY. Address correspondence Michblis & Co. Has Superior Accommodation during and waiting ACCOUCHEMENT. TERMS MODERATE. Arrangements made for Children. Dootors in Attendance. Zoe Street, Bunbury. Pftaone S®. BAKER, VICTORIA-ST, BUNBUR*. Wedding and Birthday Cakes sup plied on shortest notice. Small Goods and Bread the Best. 'wTderbt, '? aad Stattondr , OARR'S BUILDINGS, BUNBURT NOW OPEN: Bendigp Cup, Nov. 19. December Hdp, Deo. 13. s I Communicate with Hobart direot by every mail. 'Phone 52. - . PETE1S g 6IJWT ? ; lm^R ^'©8. AilOf »'^'j Head office and ^''~| A ? Show Yard: Uwf, W@9| lulIsSBf g|||f Three Minutes Kj walk West of iE Statton. ffir'*1'- ] tloHumanfe, ^^-' - s BeadstoHBs, eto. Jltlss ttmmt So.. 01., ?With which ...

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

Local mi SeEiral, Sale of Rights. — At the Prince of Wales Hotel, on Thursday morning, Mr J. E. Hands auctioned the various booths in connection with the forth coming Show. The bidding was spirited and the prices paid, if not a record, were tne best tor many years. Mr Mick Ward secured the Public an's Booth for £22, Mr J. Chamber lain the two tea rooms for JE4 and £7 respectively and Mr Geo. Taylor the sweet and fruit stalls for £1 10s and £'S. Mr Hands, who always acts in an honorary capacity at these sales, was heartily thanked for his services. Congregational Church — On Sun day next, the Induction will be con tinued in the form of special services both morning and evening conducted by the newly inducted Pastor, the Rev SJ Mills. In the morning his subject will be '* Types of New Testa ment Teachers.' In the evening, there will be special singing, and a violin solo will be rendered by Miss Grace Holder, of Perth. The dis course will be on 'The Ancient Prophet and the Modern Preac...

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What About Buttons? [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

What About Buttons ? Ij.' .''A place for everything, and every thing in its place.' But buttonsseem to have played havoc with this old proverb, for they appear here, there, and everywhere — on coats, costumes, cloaks, furs, blouses jumpers, bags, hats, and not in the usual orthodox places, either, to actually fasten any - thing — for they don't. Regular Lines of Button6. ?You'll see them running down the centre-back of a frock, from neck to, hem, making a trimming to a plain frock, or the side-back of a frock is another favourite place. Then on pockets, there is no stopping them. They will be placed along the top so closely that they overlap, like sequins — and very smart they look, too. A coat of a costume I saw the other day, as a contrast, was fastened with one buttton only— a quite big one. A crossover blouse will also be finished in this manner. Sometimes it is a . pearl button, and sometimes a self covered one. v Fur Buttons. -- Eur^ ? buttons are something of a. novelty. Big ...

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

lall Nofiess. Mails close at the Bunbury Post Office at 10.40 a.m. on the dates mentioned for the places indicated: — United Kingdom, (including Sold iers' Mails) Oct, 27. Eastern States, Oct. 25. South Africa. Oct. 27. Egypt, Oct. 27. Eastern States, Oct. 25. The Post Office, Bunburye will be closed on Monday (Eight Hours' Day) from 10 a.m. onwards.

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WHEN THE LITTLE CHAP COMMENCES SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

WHEN THE LITTLE CHAP COMMENCES SCHOOL. Fortunate is that child who steps from one ? atmosphere of love at home into another at school. I often think th'at the proof of a real teacher is the spirit in which lie or she welcomes the child coming to school for the very first time, and makes him at home at once. A baby up to this time, he has been sheltered, kissed when he bumped his head, nap time and playmates have been arranged for him. He has been the centre of his whole world of af fairs. Now he must go out and adjust himself to a life in which he is only one of many; in which his personal wishes and tastes will be little consider ed; his idiosyncrasies regarded as ex crescences to be .lopped off without ceremony or delay. How helpless the little fellow feels. The routine is new and strange; he does not know where anything is or who. anybody is. He is lonely at recess. A few of the other children may be ac quaintances, but there will be * boys there to bully him if they dare, fight ...

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

Show Notes. The entries for the Bunbury Show to be held on Wednesday and Thurs- 1 day 5th and 6th of Novmber, already promise to prove a record. ! Mr Fred Hamilton, looking in splendid health, has again taken up his secretarial duties. Mr J. Carroll, who acted as looum tenens during Mr Hamilton's enforced absence, has justly earned the appreciation of the Society. *. tawi^uj, a,u t,ue gentlemen asked to act as judges have accepted the I position. It speaks well for the im portance in which the Bunbury Show is held, when these judges are pre pared to travel frsm very remote areas. A full list of these officials will appear in our next issue. The special train service will be the same as last year. Th is seemed to suit the patrons residing on all HUttM. A special class for pen painting has [ been added, at the request of Harvey and other districts. All exhibits should be in the hands of the secret ary before 3 p.m. on the 4th prox. Eonations for the Luncheon Room have been received fr...

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

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. To turn a jelly out of a mould with out breaking it, try rubbing' a little of the best olive oil on the shape before pouring in the jelly. If you do this you will never have another broken jelly.' v '... ... ???;. ?. . ?? .. '. ???? * *?*,??? When hanging clothes to dry, remem ber always to hang stockings by the toes,. nightdresses by the shoulders, and skirts by the hem, and so prevent them from dragging out of shape. ? . Soap is a useful preventive of blis ters on the feet. ' -Before starting for a long tramp protect yourself against blisters by soaping the feet of the stockings on the inside. For broken blisters or chilblains, zinc ointment is very useful. - ' * * * ? ? » When boiling riee for curry j a f ew drops of lemon juice in the water ren ders the rice beautifully' white ana' helps to separate the kernels. . * * * . .'-'.'? When plates and dishes have to be warmed on top of a stove or in an oven, put a folded newspaper under them, it will break the. heat a...

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

Smart Cream Silk Blouses, hemstitched, large pearl buttons, 16s 0d. ?? . Neat Nifty Blouses, in white silk, 12s 6d. Stylish White Voile Blouses, 7s lid. ' -~ Blouses in striped crepe, 5s lid. Floral Voile Blouses, 3s lid. J-ti \zs oil il -dJ \ LIU U-/ \zJ izJ $w Corner Stephen & Victoria Streets BUNBURY. ' '?*# V .

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ONIONS FOR NERVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

ONIONS FOR NERVES. In a publication entitled 'What to Eat,' issued in England, the follow ing , eulogy of the onion appeared :- — . 'There ^is nothing, medicinally speaking, so useful in cases of ner vous prostration as the poor humble onion. They are almost the best nervine known, and may be used in coughs, colds, and influenza, in con sumption, scurvy, and kindred dis eases. White onions overcome sleep lessness, while red ones are an excel lent diuretic. Eaten every day, they soon have a whitening effect upon the complexion.' ? '- Two brothers inherited a farm and quarrelled violently as to its division. Now there lived in their village a cer tain shrewd and wise old man, noted for the soundness of his advice. 'Him the brothers determined to appoint ar- ? bitrator. Whatever he said 'they would abide by. They laid the mat ter before him. For a long while he thought, and then delivered judgment. 'You,' said he, pointing to the elder, 'shall divide the farm as you think fair.. And yo...

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Australasian Milk Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

Australasian Milk Record. The Australasian 365-day record is held b3r' the New Zealand Friesian cow Westmere Princess Pieterje, her yield for the year being 24,199 lbs. of milk, with a butter fat- -content of 9391 lb.

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HOW TO MAKE FARM LIFE ATTRACTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

HOW TO MAKE FARM LIFE ATTRACTIVE. The following interesting paper was read on January 14 at the meeting of the Cherry Gardens branch of t he South ? Australian; Bureau of Agricul ture- Mr. E. J. Hosking, in a paper on this subject, said practically everyone engaged- in farming pursuits did so with the object of making a living, and before farm life could have any attraction at all, there should be rea sonable liopfi of the man on the land making a success of his venture. He expressed the opinion that, generally speaking, the farmer who adopt-ad the principle of mixed farming had a much better chance than the farmer who only grew cereals. It was, of course, a question of what funds were availablej but, everything done on the farm should be performed in the best possible manner. Much careful thought should be devoted to the erec tion of the house on the farm, for there the greatest part of the life of the woman and children was spent, -and if better houses with all the con veniences p...

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

When is a ship like a painter ? — When she shows her colours.

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

^ItHiliiik new season-s 'rB^^Slsj Lemon Buffer -@s Fnalt, '*^^^ ' MOW EEADY. [?] MANUFACTURED BY /^'^^v^ n. rayner&co.,^HP^ 567 Newcastle Street, ^m^^mU

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

Z^HE£0^FJECT -&Ufo3 rf*£- MJi { yCe^ J '^l7T^^~-^ Jr ^.N ^ ] ' ; ' SEflLED TIGHT QPDVSfP Opposite the Railway Station,' : BUNfuRY. v ; - ; ? The Lt&'gdsb Tyre PUlai b:- aoy pregdare in 30 seconds. All Repairs.* .' Every Accessory. THE ONE SHEEP OIP which did not ask for- and did nob need ?mii««ju.Li.IJuiiiiii,jliMuliii,JM»Jui»»«.JLM!MWI.,, Tariff Protection was the AUSTRALIAN Mam*fact-H?e* : The makers are quite content for it to stand against t'Se imported article OW ITS MERITS. We are sole agents in Western Australia for ROYAL SHEEP DIP. Full stocks are now available. ' ? ? ???-* ' ?'?? ??? M« Stock and Station Agents, Warwick House, St. George's Terrace. PERTH. -x PALAOE Victoria street, Bunbury. Grills : ..-?? GRfLLED CHOPS OR RUMP STEAK (with Tea - and Bread and Butter) ... ... ... Is 3d HAMAND EGGS (with Tea, etc. ... v. Is Gd CHIP POTATOES ... ... ' ,v ... 2d ' OMELETTES, POACHED EGGS, HAM SAND . WIOHES, Plate of BOILED HAM (with Tea and Bread and Butter) ... ...

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

AT which Must Claim Ymar Attention* We are now showing a Complete Range of New Season's 1 rimmed and Untrimmed Hats, which we invite you to inspect. Not only are Fashion's Daintiest Creations to be seen in our Showrooms, but many Smart, Useful Readyto wear Styles, which ensure a Happy Choice for Every Taste. ^^flSffifeg^. A Few Specials in diildfens ^^^^r^^^^^^^^^^^^ Infftnts' stitched Silk Hat8' 2s lld- ^_5N2^f\i ^f^V^k- mr Child's,Pedal Straws. 2s 3d ^^Sijsk A^^^S5Ss^«^f V\ ^^^j\*y/y Maids' Rush Hats, bound and banded, 3s lid. ||||| * Ps| // i /fl \t ' *f \a V A /' Maids' Panamas, various shapes, 5s lid, 8s 6d |i|il5| f\i II H \ \\ \ A Maids' Dainty Flop Straws, 6s lid. ^$Mf ^^ 4r * ? Victoria SSp^cafeB ° - Stasibuyy. Bonhiry Show. Novsmhi? § and 8 SALE OF RIGHTS. J. E. HANDS, AUCTIONEER, Has received instructions from the Secretary of the Wellington Agricul tural and Pastoral Society to sell by Auction the rights of the : — Publican's Booth. Two Fruit Stalls. Two Afternoon Tea Bo...

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

^^ ^ss^ vE/ y '?'?? & & ?? 7? Picture Hoiis©. PROGRAMME IN THIS PAPER. WINT11 BBAIING Back numbtrs of Periodicals and Comics, Is. doz. Local agent for Wilson & Johns SeedB ' Also for Madame Weigel's Paper Patterns. (Late C. Anderson) Centra! fcsipep, Victoria Street., Bunbury 'Phone 114. Means SEEDSMEN, FLORISTS. Jfarsefymeik SEEDS, FRUIT TREES, ROSES, VINES, TREES, CLIMBERS. Catalogue Pes& Fc©9. Only Address : 70 BAFRACK-ST,, PERTH. To Motorists. Opposite Railway Station* BUN&URY, Have Every Appliance on the Premises for QUICK REPAIRS. Agents for THE OVERLAND CAR. KOOMBANA ELECTRIC ROLLER FLOUR MILL BUNBURY ON SALE by the undersigned — je 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 t3 o Quarter-bag Flour, Solbs ... 0 7 o aBlb bag Flour ? 038 Vheatmeal, per 5olbs .. ..' .6 7 o Wheatmeal, per 25lbs ? o 3 9 Crushed Wheat, per bushel ... ,, o ...

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