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Shipping. VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

dipping. Vessels in Port. ?remier, Dredge. Barquentine, Union La Digue. S.s. Ashridge. ? Arrivals. Oct. 22.— S.a. Buola. Oct. 23.— S.s. Ashridge, 2884 tons (T. Hayward & Son., Ltd., agents), : Departures. ? Oct. 23,— S.s. Eucla. Expected Arrivals. Oct. 26.— S.s. Plauen (A. E, Jack son, Agent.) Barque Garthneill (Millars T. and T. Co, Ltd, agents.) Notes. S.s. Eucla arrived^ on Wednesday, and, after discharging stores for the jetty extension, left without taking any cargo. S.s. Plauen should arrive tomor row for bunker coal. Both S.s. Ashridge and the bar quentine, Union La Digue, are ex* pected to complete loading on Wed nesday. '

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

e \i3Ja lil Lr& U\A [fi U -& 3 UCCCSSOlS Not© ./^cicis'^is® a _ Victoria Stre@1L IBnnIbtirv. ORIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. FOR PLYMOUTH AND LONDON, Via Colombo and Suez Canal. Steamer. Tons. Depart about OSTERLEY ~ 12,129 Dec. 2 ORONTES ... 9,023 . Dec. 16 ORVTETO ... 12,13o Dec. 30. ORMONDE ... 15,000 Jan. 13 ORSOVA ... 12,036 Jan. 27. INDARRA ... 9.735 Feb. 24. FIRST and SECOND SALOONS.— All particulars of fares supplied on application. Tickets are interchangeable with P. ft O. THIRD CLASS Berths are at present available in all steamers. Passports are necessary. Owing to passport regulations visitors are not allowed on board. For general information apply Acting Branch Manager, 105 St George'B Terrace, Perth, and at Fremantle ; also T. HAY WARD and SON, LTD., Bunbury Agents.

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

A -^USEFUL HINT. When hand-knit socks or stockings are past all wear as such, unravel any parts that are in fair condition — you will often get enough to knit into cuffs or mittens. Take all the muchdarn ed parts and use for rubbers for brass or .other 'bnghts'' If sewn together into good-sized squares they are ex .cellent for cleaning enamelled paint, as they do not leave any marks. The legs of stockings are capital for clean ing bicycles, as they .draw through the nooks and crannies, but thread or cot ton hosiery. is better still for this pur pose. An excellent way to fix bed valances on a wire mattress is to fasten small brass-headed nails about six inehes1 apart on the wood frame, working but tonholes to correspond on the valances, and just button them on. They can be removed in a few minutes to go to the laundry, atfd there is no tying or untying . of tapes.

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LOW-PRICED CARS. A Way to Obtain Them. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

LOW-PRICED CARS.' -... ._ »... ? . ? ?? - . ?? - . A Way to Obtain Them. There is considerable controversy in England (says an exchange) in respect to the tens of thousands of second-hand motor cars which the British war authorities will have to dipose of. The French Government is sell ing its war-worn cars by auction, and the opinion is held in England by many experts that similar action should be taken in that country. They contend that manufac turers should not attempt 'to get hold of returned vehicles at their respective makes, as few concerns have the repairing facilities for hundreds, or, in some cases, thou sands of returned vehicles. Much better let users buy them cheaply as they stand without any warrants, and then employ their local garage people to put them in good running order. This will ensure work for the garages, and enable them to find employment for their returning men until normal motoring is resumed. The manufacturers will be free to get on with the production of...

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The Motoring World. Majestic Alps. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 25 October 1919

^ jgh Y&y '^sw 1^ ^s *s*s Majestic Alps. Some idea of the majestic beauty of the Italian Alps can be gathered from the accompanying photograph showing a Fiat ambulance of the American Red Cross attached to the Italian forces. Now that peace »has been secured, these wonderful highways chiselled out of the face of the cliffs are open to all. Undoubtedly motorists with a love for the majestic wildness of nature and who are not afraid of giddy heights will seize' the.opportunity of touring among this savage beauty. Certainly those who travel over these roads in security and comfort will appreciate the work of motor drivers who, during -the war, had to carry. on in all .weathers, in inky blackness, and often with the knowledge that the enemy was watchr ing their movements and might at any moment send in an unwelcome shell. A Fiat Ambulance belonging to the American Red 'Cross* in the higher Italian Alps. Anderson and Adams Ltd. are agents for the Fiat Co. in .: Western Australia....

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

Nannup The cricket season in the Nannup District opened on Monday last with a match at Barabup, Barabup v Nannup, the former winning by 62 runs to 36. Mr W Lightly captained the winning team, and Mr W Blythe the Nannup. The chief scorers were W Lightly 24, Marshall 11, for Bara bup; W Miller 11, O'Halloran 8, Nannup. Thompson took 5 wickets for 19 runs, Lightly 2 for 11 and T Blythe 2 for 5 for the winners, while Geo Blythe took 5 for 17 and O'Hal loran 2 for 11 for the Nannup team. W Lightly showed some of his old form, but the Nannup team fielded very loosely. The Roman Catholics are busy   preparing a Bazaar to take place on the 14th and 15th November, on be half of their proposed new Nannup Church. Canon. Adams preached at Nan nup on Sunday tbe 19th inst. A case of Influenza, believed to be pneumonia, is reported from one of the Bush camps.

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

C. S. Dickson Expert Boiler Maker. Consulting and Supervising Boiler Maker. Boiler, Shipping and all Classes of   Repairs a Specialtiy.       Cutting and Welding all Metals by Oxy-Acetylene Process. Coils of All Descriptions Made. 2-8 JOHN STREET, PERTH. Phone No., A 4639.       ESTIMATES GIVEN.       First Class Workmanship. Charges Moderate. ? Telephone A3237. . . Empire Motor Works W. Riches, F. Pearce, and S. Watts, Proprietors. 59 MELBOURNE ROAD, PERTH. (Opposite Goods Shed). Complete Overhaul and Repairs, Tyres', etc. ; . COUNTRY WORK A SPECIALTY. ! THE RIGHT DIRECTION. 92 MURRAY STREET) PERTH. For all The Right Quality — Car Ready when Promised. Tel. A 3391. MILEAGE ECONOMY Or RELIABILITY, COMFORT Made, in Australia for Australian ' '?' - Conditions. - Western ' Australian Depot: GILBERTS LIMITED - (Wholesale Only) 47 Queen Street, Perth. Tel. A 28...

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Bunbury Quarter Sessions. ATTEMPTS TO KILL. (Before W. L. Owen, Esq., R.M. and a Jury) [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 October 1919

[?] ATTEMPTS TO KILL. v (Before W. L. Owen, Esq., R.M. and a Jury) William Bancroft was charged with attempting to kill John Walker, at the Donnybrook Quarries on Sep tember 26. The evidence placed be fore the Jury . was practically the same as that given at the Donny brook Police Court, as published in -ur issue of 1st inst. The only ad iitional evidence was that of Dr Sod win, who deposed that accused was, in his opinion, a homicidal lunatic Mr Howard-Bath who ap peared as' Grown Prosecutor acted also as Council for the Defence, and helped Bancroft in every possible way. After half an hour's retirement the Jury brought in a verdict that the accused- committed the offence whilst of unsound mind. Bancroft was ordered to be detained as a crim inal lunatic.

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 October 1919

Football The holiday week end saw a busy time amongst the wearers of the Jersey. On Sunday, a Perth Assoc iation team engaged a powerful combination from the Bunbury associated Clubs, and went under, atter a rather slow game excepting tor brilliant rallies in the last quarter by twenty two points, the final scores being Bunbury 6 goals 15 behinds to 5 goals 9 behinds. i The Bunbury Railway Team travelled to Busselton on Saturday and had a most enjoyable time. They speak in the highest terms of the hospitality received. Our team proved too many for the locals, and won a very free game by 14 goals 17 behinds to 7 goals 10 behinds. The North Fremantle team was amongst the visitors to this port- and had arranged to play the Bunbnry club but the latter failed to place a team on the field. However, the visitors had an enjoyable time and turned the old quarry hole into a bathing pool and every player had to take a plunge, either in uniform or his birthday ouit; Much barracking regarding a ...

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Valedictory at Forguson. TO THE REV W. SCOTT-CLARKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 October 1919

WedtetoFj if Ferguseri. TO THE REV W. SCOTT-' .CLARKE. A large assemblage of parishioners and resident? met :'.t tbn j^'ms^on Agricultural Hall on Thursday iast, to bid farewell to the Rev W. Scott Clarke. The meeting took the form of a social evening, and an excellent mnsical programme, followed by a dainty supper, was provided. Mr Len Buckenara, who presided, presented the guests of the evening with a handsome leather wallet lined with certain negotiable Common wealth papers, and in so doing, referred to the deep regret the parishioners felt at severing connec tion with their rector, who, during his eight years' residence amongst them, had proved an earnest minister and sincere friend. He also referred to the active part Mrs Scott-Clarke had taken in the religious and social life of the district, and concluded by wishing both a happy and successful time in their new surroundings The chairman's remarks were ably sup ported by Messrs Gardiner, Hors ford and others. Mr Scott-Clarke t...

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Public Holidays. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 October 1919

Publii Wdays. The following holidays ha'e been proclaimed. Thursday, 6th November Bunbury Wednesday 12th „ Bridgetown Thursday 27 „ Boyup Brook

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Greenbushes Road Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 October 1919

firaenbushes Road Beard. The ordinary meeting of the above was held on 20th inst at which Messrs J May (Chairman), D H Gibb ney, E Edwards, Win Phillips, T. Meldrum, A. Cowderoyand the Secretary were present. The minutes and outward correspondence having been disposed of, the following inward correspondence was received and dealt with. Road Roller — Letter from Bridge town Board asking upon what terms the Board would be prepared to let same on hire. It was decided ' that the roller be let to the Bridgetown Board, when required at 20s per week Timber Permits — The District Ranger wrote, stating that he was un able to grant a general permit to re move timber from. Crown Lands and that an application would need to be made in each case of contemplated removal. On the motion of Messrs PhillippB and Gibbney it was arrang ed to write the Forestry Department for a general permit. Ellis Creek Road — The Bridgetown Board wrote stating it appeared to them that the proposed road will not pass t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 October 1919

'[ %vAll Branches of ]Li|g;ih& l£K3gaE&©@E'is!g undertaken at shortest'' J' -notice, including Tissuls^ asud Gei^©Fal Ma-sIhlKie Work. - BO5TAL MAIL CARRIER, LIME and GOAL MERCHANT, ; GENERAL OARRIER, OAR PROPRIETOR and FORWARDING M ???.''??'AiGBSNT, -??..??. ' ????'?? -? All classes of Vehicles for Hire, Day and Night. TeVs^bonQ T! . ^_^_ Wedding and Pionis Parties catereid tor,. :?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 October 1919

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.

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Consecration of the Bishop of Kalgoorlie. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 October 1919

Oossecratlosi o? thilis&op Of IllgOOflli. On Augest 11 inst, the Rev Will iam Bdward ElRsy, M. A. Qjton, of St. Boniface's Brotherhood. ;in the Dio oese of Bunbury, was elected Bishop of Kalgoorlie by the Synod of that Diocese, in succession to the Right Reverend Cyril Gtolding-Bird. The election having been confirmed by the Archbishop and Bishops a£ the Province of Western Australia, ar rangements have been made by His Grace the Archbishop of Perth for the consecration of the Bishop-elect, which is to take place in St. George's Cathedral on Sunday, November 9, at 11 a.m.~ This is the second occasion in the history of the Church in this State that an Anglican Bishop has been consecrated, the first being that of Right Rev Frederick Goldsmith M. A. whioh took place in St. George's Cathedral on July 17. 1904. On that occasion the consecrating Bishops were: — The Archbishop of Perth, the late Archbishop of Newcastle, Dr. Staunton and the Bishop Coadjutor of Newcastle, the ? late...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 October 1919

Prepare Your Stock FOR THE Supplies of Meggitts Crushed Linseed Meal just to hand. Special Price for Quantities. Also Leslie Famous Salt Licks Is 9d per block. .- We can Quote you. Special Prices f or— Bran, Pollard, Chaff, Oats, etc. Millet Seed, Soudan Grass, Maize, H,R. Lucerne Seed. harrogitt Craiig $ Hgcncy go. ElfiltwS* General Merchants, - B^atiyfy8 Nsrrdlift. WiUi&its $&! Sn&iico. Are known throughout the South- West. Evsiry Leading Line Stocked* Country Of tes Receive Prompt aad Skilled Atte&ttoa. we' keep only the best. ,»... ,11,. Ji 'MW.!MH'P-JIJ'IULL y.i l».i'-' J .11. ,U...».'J.MJI-W8Wt ' J. Monkhouse9 Victoria Street, itmbfiry. ? *Phona SO. ? ' J(Late Monkhouse and- Hanson) Groc@F ^nd Pfovfelon Mcpg^siisyit. Large Stoe&s. Low Fficjes. P^omp t Delivery. Spencer Street, South -Bunbury. ' TxVONE 161. ? ? v u Are ?? ? ' .'?? :.??:/;;?: ? ;; Offered Delicious BREAD by ,- BAKER, White Road, Bunbury. IT ^ i ' *'. -- ? !? . : ' ? ...-?....

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Greenbushes. R.S.A. Concert and Dance. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 October 1919

Ofeesi^ilii^/ R.S. A. Concert and Dance, An enjoyable entertainment was that held on Monday, the 20th inst, under the auspices of the B.8.A., R,V. A. and Red Cross Society, in aid of the Salvation. Army Appreciation D^y Funds. There was a £10 house, and, with the assistance, of this cash to a dement recflinta from nfchpr wnrfr.s of the district, the quota allotted has been, . well exceeded, for which the officer .in. charge (Lieut. Joyce) is very grateful. He returned^ thanks to those present and ail what had Helped in attaining such a success. He felt the responses that had been made at the various entertainments were a fitting recognition, of \ the Army's efforts at the front where they tried to do their duty, not alone in saving the bodies, of the soldiers, liut *%lso their souls. ' - ' Mrs Boucher and Miss E. O'Reilly had charge of the music and Mr A* ^ullarton^.theflQor,. all . acting inan honorary capacity to assist the cause. The following kindly assisted :-— Miss E. O'Reilly...

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THE NORTHERN TERRITORY Melbourne October 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 October 1919

fii^RIHira TERRITOBf 'Melbourne October 28. Mr P. Glynn stated to-day that fthe details in connection with the appointment of Chief Justice Ewmg Of Tasmania as Commissioner to inquire into the Pt. Darwin trouble were practically complete. He could not say whether the Judge would be required to go to Darwin till fee bad interviewed the deportea ©Sckis who are expected in a week Of so, but if necessary he will proceed to Port Darwin. Matters at Port Darwin, the Minister said, ac cording to the latest advices were qclet. Becruiting for the Northern Territory patrol force is proceeding in four states. It is expected that the force weakl befully enrolled within the week.

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Light Railways. FOR THE AGRICULTURAL DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 October 1919

LEghf RailwftySo FOR THE AGRICULTURAL DISTRICTS. Mr Johnston M.L.A. has received the. following interesting letter from the; Premier in regard to a suggestion that light railways from the European war zone should be obtained and laid in the agricultural districts :— ' In reply to your letter of the 15th concerning the construction of light railways in the agricultural districts, I have to advise you that enquiries are proceeding; as to the, possibility of using this form of railway. In the event of its adoption, the line from Wickepin northwards through Gilli manning and on to the Brooktpn Gorrigin railway will receive consid eration equally/with others for which application has been made.'

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