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Obituary. SOLEMN SERVICE AT ST. PATRICK'S, BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

Obituary. SOLEMN SERVICE AT ST. PATRICK'S, BUNBURY. On Thursday morning a solemn Requiem Office and High Mass was offered for the repose of the soul df Bernard Finnegan, the beloved father of the Rev. R. Finnegan, the parish priest of Dardanup. The deceased gentleman bad been ailing for a con siderable time, and his death wa& not wholly unexpected. He had reached the ripe age of se venty -three y6ars. The details of the death and burial are not yet to hand, as a cable message only announced that his death had occurred. At the Catholic Church, Bunbury, every arrangement was made for the impressive ceremonial of the Office and Mass. The church was crowded with people, whilst the children had to be, satisfied to kneel by, or sit oh forms, outside the building. At the ap pointed hour the priests assembled in If) KATlftf-JlJI.I'Tr' /-la.fi in gnrnlmae an/3 — '~ iww«— w v»M» J , %TAWIV» «U. fc)l«fr UA&UUO C«&X«A cas3ooks, Archdeacon Siny the presid ing. The office ...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Sheep Classing. A Most Important Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

Sheep Classing. A Most Important Work. (By H. McCalluni, Government Sheep '-t^ and Wool Inspector.) 4L Sheep Classing. 7 Thfe Work of- sheep classing, which fs most important, is often neglected or badly done by the sheep iarmer. To be a thoroughly efficient classer, it is necessary for one to thoroughly understand, and be able to recognise, the various qualities and types ot wool. The average sheep farmer can, however, with a little judgment, '-'class his own sheep. It is every wool grower's duty to class his sheep be fore shearing, and. to cull his young sheep, so that in time to come he twli possess a flock which is even, nd as near perfection as possible. If the flocks are not culled, the unde sirable units will retard its improve ment. The sheep will soon deterior ate, and in time carry little wool. Some farmers contend it is unneces sary to cull the faulty sheep. What is profitable for the big sheep owner to do, applies also to the small one, . whose aim should be to breed a f...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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The "Windsor Magazine." [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

lbs 'Windsor iagai!e§.' Now that widespread interest belongs to each new development in the public activities of the Prince of Wales, there is timely importance in an article which appears in the October 'Windsor Magazine,' on the work of His Royal Highness as a business man in the management 01 ma great estates of the Dachy of- Cornwall, his1 Dartmoor1 Reclaimation Scheme, and the latent plans for the improvement o2 mean streets in London. In view of- the; recent discussiob in Parliament, as to the future of the great new industrial Garden City developed during the war at' Gretna Green, special interest attaches to several points in an article in the same number ou the ? past history and recent developments of the old-time head-quarters of runaway marriages ; and the set of photographs which accompany the article supply a piquant contrast between the bygone romance of the older buildings of the village, and its adjoining hamlets, and the up-to-date new dwellings and public building...

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GRAVEL ROADS FOR FARMS AND STATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

GRAVEL ROADS FOR FARMS AND STATIONS. In this State and' perhaps through out Australia good farm roads are practically unknown.' \ There are cer tain main lines of communication on every holding which should be pro vided with thoroughly good- road- . ways for the sake of internal con venience and economy. Such main farm traffic routes as those leading from the main entrance to the homestead and from the home stead and various paddocks to the stables and barns should be well made and well maintained. Groups of farmers would often be well advised to put their labour into making or improving sections of pub ic road rather than in vainly seeking the providential interposition of the municipal authorities and submitting to the sickness of hope deferred. A contributor recently wrote to the Philadelphia 'Farm Journal' giving details of the construction of gravel ? _i_r__r_ vt* ? . . ? juaus-ior iarm use. riis instructions may be found useful, by many land owners. Here they are: — 'A gravel ...

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Greenbushes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

Sfiiisiifiiii, (From Our Correspondent) Friday, the 14th of No /ember, has been fixed as a date to entertain the members of the Red Cross Society and Spinning Association at a concert and dance in the Miners' Hall, as a mark of theirs and the public's appreciation of the splendid work done by those ladies during the late war. There was a good rally of members and friends of the Football Club at the entertainment held on the 22nd inst. when Mr J. Lindsay presented the medals won during the past season, the recipients being S. Vague, aujuugeu me most unseitosfc player during the season, D. Slater, most consistent marking. Each received a handsome medal of which they are' justly proud. Mrs Boucher acconi panied singers on the piano and played for fche dancers, Mr O. Sherwood being M.C. The Misses V. and L. Bond each sang, as did also Rev, F. Riley, Mr D. Slater (a comic), and a duet was sung by Mr S. Vague und the Rev. F. Riley. The later called for cheers for the donors of medals and ...

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Capel Road Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

' Sapef ifeii i©8Pd» The ordinary meeting was held on Saturday 25th October, when the Chairman, Mr J C Summers; presid ed over a full attendadce. Correspondence buttoard was adopted. Correspondence was read from: — P. W.D. granting extension of time for the expenditure ol thei Repatri ation Grant Hon the Minister -for; Works ?????re--- work on the Bunbury-Capel Road. Replied to. WG Pickering Esq., MiL.A. on same. Received. H Waddingham, asking for some work in Stirling Suburban Area. Chairman to attend to this matter. R Hansen, Stratham Park, re the impounding of stray - stock, off; the roads adjoining this property. No action would be taken as the present Ranger goes out of office in a month's time. Re Harris's Road matter; the Chairman reported that the locality had been inspected as arranged, and any further, action necessary would be taken later. New Road— Mr HW Hawkins waited on the Board and asked to have a Road declared from Loc 828, through 1003, 1564, 2330 thence through Cr...

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Political Education. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

[?] The meaning of the word politics may be described as 'the science of government', while a politician, in some dictionaries, is described asl 'one versed in the art of governing'. To the politician, therefore, should we lookNfor instruction and guidance in the best methods of arriving at the greatest economic and social advancement of the State. Yet to day, it would be hard indeed to find amidst our State legislators, as many men having sufficient knowledge, and power to impart such knowledge to their electors, as were necessary to save Sodom and Gomorrah from destruction. The high ideals of I national progress, the requirements necessary for our good government, the effect of our present system of! government upon the administration of our State affairs, and the possibil ity or securing such a constitution [ that would give a better administra tion, are matters that seem totally! neglected by politicians, and are, indeed, made subservient to party quibbles and their attendant pu...

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The Misfit Constitution. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

? ?iiiimiimr.ninmrr.nf.i.jit'.i-.ij,. u i» ??» ? n-i i i.iMi.,. ,. i.^.j. p flHj... ^wmiamrWKrT. j In this pamphlet issued under the title 'The Misfit Constitution1', tha tuthor, Mr A P Oanaway, K.O;, »&?] himself the task of anavrering the I question;— 'Why are politics in Aus- 1 tralia sinking so low,' and as the re- j suit of a close study of the matter, I finds the seat of the mischiftf in a form I of Union based upon false principals and a badly constructed Senate. The falseness of the nrincioales un derlying the Federal form or Uuion, is convincingly shown, both from the point of riesr of history, and of politi* cal science. The inefficiency of the Senate as a Second- Chamber is also explained, and the necessity ol an effi j cieat Second Chamber for the purpose of responsible government is clearly set forth and backed by the authority of Disraeli. , The conjoint operation of the f.orgOr ing two causes is traced down to re suits in practice, these being marshall ed unde...

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Government Land Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

lewiiiiif Land' iitiiii* Forfeited Land Open for Selection. —Bridgetown, Nelson Location 6468, comprising 25 acres, at. £1 per acre ; subject to the right of Millars' Timber and Trading Company, Ltd., to con struct tramways over the area exclud ed from the timber lease without compensation ; being Wm. Hancock's toneuea uonaiuonai ifurcnase Jbease 1603/60. Nelson Location 5294,. containing 160 acres, at 9a per acre; being James Smith's' forfeited Home* atead Farm 13028/74. Nelson. Loca. tion 4043, comprising 280: acres, at 11s 6d perasre .-; subject to payment of Agricultural Bank interest (£23/7), and taking over of mortgage to that institution of £209 19s 2d ; being A. E. Iffla's forfeited Conditional Purch ase 3 1 779/55. Nelson Location 7436, containing 160 acres,- at 7s 6d per acre ', being W. G. Oufley's forfeited Homestead Farm 19735/74. Nelson Location 4024, comprising 101 acrss 1 rood, at 8s per acre ; being Jos. Hicks' forfeited Homestead Farm1 14113/74. Nelson Location 780...

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Haricot Beans Made Tempting [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

Haricot Beans Made Tempting m The fact — and It is a fact — that a comparatively email amount of hari cot beans equals in food value a much larger weight of beefsteak leaves many people quite uninterested. Beans may be nourishing, but by themselves they really are rather dull, and one can scarcely blame the housewife who is tempted to serve something more ex ftit.insr. evpu tliniiErTi it, hp. loss 7iut,ri$- ious, if her only way of cooking hari cots is to boil them till more or less ten der, and pour a little boiled flour ana ?water pam-e over them. But there are ever so many other ways of preparing them, and if in fu ture your family complains that beans are 'stodgy/* it will mean that you haven't tried the recipes given here. If possib'e, put some bacon rind, or a piece of fat of some kind, in with the beans while they are cooking. It helpB to soften them, and gives them a delicious flavour. A small lump of fat bacon is the best thing of all to use. Steamed. Bean Pudding. 1 lb. of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 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 lo ;£75 cash, £90 terms— £i5 down and £5 per month. Single lots pro rata. (2) Nine $ acre Lots light at Station. The lot £186 cash. Terms (each lot) £25—^2 down and 3os. per month. (3) Four ideal Residential Blocks. No better offering ;each | ac. The lot £100 cash. Terms (each lot) £30 — £5 down and Sos. month. (4) One block, lac. 2r. 32per., splendid soil. £25 cash, or terms £So^£5 down and Sos. per month. (6) One 1 acre lot, two frontages. ^16 cash, or terms £i4 — £2 down and £1 monthly. ALL THIS LAND IS LESS THAN 7 miles from perth g. p.o. Reason fo^jselling : owner leaving w.a Writejfor particulars— SUBURBAN This Office. I tsra&u ' y ' W — I refretfbment wo p3M I ©stiff af Ghsmlsis, Coti' 0^^ 1 tfscfiOHsrs* Tobscco rf^y^i f ' 1 Shops @nd Sfofgs. /^v ^191 ki\^'-*\ SEALED T...

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WHEAT DIVIDENDS. £4,000,100 to be Paid. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

WHEAT DIVIDENDS. £4,000,«00 to be Paid. The Common weath .;. Government has made financial arrangements to permit of further advances to be paid in connection with the various wheat pools, as rollows:— 1915-16 pool: New South Wales, Id. per bushel. 1916-17 pools : Victoria and Western Australia, 9d. per bushel, less rail freight. 1917-18 po Is: New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, and West ern Australia, 9d. per bushel, less rail freight. The total amount involved in re spect of all the pools is about £4,000,000.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

,/^^^^^k NEW SEASON'S £f^^^jl) Lemon- Butler and '^^^^m ffy ¥wm.t Mfpce 5-PI@@ m^s^^tJ^^F^''^ - ^'^; i^MHBff^l:'-^ \ 4vr^® ' ^S^4C^'i«^^r'«'rfl'^^Y7'* ,-Ciri/ * :* 1^?/ '? 'I . ^'Ut* ^nl^t:^^'^-5^^?/?f2! MANUFACTURED BY /^^Sx H,RAYNBR'ftCO..||M

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WHEAT GROWING COSTS. How Men Make Good on Unprofitable Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

WHEAT GROWING COSTS. How Men Make Good on Unprofit able Returns. City men seem to think it is as easy to ascertain whether farming pays as it is to strike a business balance sheet. By working out details of costs, they can show, for instance, that wheat growing is a losing proposition, where as it is well known that numbers of men do exceedingly well at it. A firm of Sydney sharebrokers recently published in its monthly circular the following statement: 'According to the State Govern ment's own estimate it costs 42s. 8d. to grow wheat, plus the cost of bagging railage, and other expenses. The total cost therefore of last year's New South Wales crop will aggregate not less than 6s. 3d. per bushel, since the average yield of the State was only 7.4 bushels per acre.' Commenting on this statement, the 'Sydney Morning Herald' re marked: 'At no time has the State Govern ment stated that the cost of growing wheat was 42s. 8d. an acre. What it has said was that if the ground were ploughed, ...

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SHIPPING COMPANY'S PROFITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

Shipping company's profits. Cunard .Company made a profit of £447,000 net during 1918 as compared with £408,200 in 1917, and £641,500 in 1916. The' capital was doubled as the result of a share for share bonus out of reserves. The total of these vast profits is £1,497,500, representing about. 60 per cent on .the capital..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

One Minute from Beach and Batho. C ; Swan Ee@r b'1^* ( Daniel Crawford's Bulk Whisky £ ? 1 Is Sd psr bottle. ? S. C. .AVERILL, Ptoptletot.}

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

4 »vv^vivvv»vva^vv^^ I CAPEL. ' \ PROPRIETOR o A. E. MOORE. C A Delightful Country Holiday Resort. z v Hksf motoring distance of Busselton and ?/ : the Caves./ / JF Best Liquors only Stocked. s

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

Stephen Street, Bunbury. ^fe/W. L, MARSH,. ,-,...... ...'Proprietor. The 'PRINCE' is the Most Thorough and Up-to-date House __ in the Metropolis of the Sou thr West. wa2J?» ^ '' Under New ^nagemeut. STANDARD BRANDS OF LIQUORS ONLY STOCKED ?mmmmm_^imm_ SHOOTER, tWtetog, r , ail the mosk up-to-date Conveniences. w » .. Vettera and: Telegrams promptly attended to. j TeSe&hono Not &&. .**??-- ?4; R, Franklin, (Late of Hazell'a Photo Plays) Proprietor. , Excellent Accommodation for Visitors. Motorists especially catered for. commercial Travellers please Note ! Under entirely Hew Management. aJ^Or0' ^^5^ ^°^mercisl ^.Motorists, all will find at the above Commodiou8 Hosteby the comforts of a first-class hotel. ?to 'SfiSSjfi ^ lBa*ing '****^»m& and bottled. Spirits, ©tu, as per label, Make one call-you will be- pleased. Garage for motors ./.-. Mart. p'HAMiOBAN, Fropriltor. . ?:Jf .youVe draw* aA---overdraft-on the bank of health You'll figif yourself with a d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

The Most Cesateally Situated Hotel l& B#si&«£y. |^-f;'^ ??.*:??'?..?? : * Wines Beera, and Spirits of the Finest Quality : _ Most Popular Billiard Room is the Town. Svury Convenience and Comfort for Boarders at Reasonable Rates. STAY AT THE && 6d poi? Day. 3Bo psi? W@@ko V Hot and Cold Baths. Electric Light and Lift to all Floors. j \ ; ;. Comfortable and Central, The Counts^ Visitor© Hem® from JFREE MOTOB GARAGE. THl«i (a (fill /f3 SLi^f^ Yfgtosla Stest* B@a&@£f * Tk© largest and moat comfortable Lounge Bar iu the South-West. EUctric Fans, QpolnesB and ReBt.' All Drinks oS the lee. i Atefetd? Only SWAM BEER ©saws. I 'S»iL. COCKS - - ?? Pg@psM@2-- Under ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT. , Beautiful drives among the most Superb Scenery in W.A. Am Ideal Spot for a Quiet Holiday. 850 feet above sea level. All local produce used at the Hotel. : Conveyances of all kinds for hire i P*-»rieto? - - W. R. RICHARDSON. '. , GREBNBUSHQS. BRN1B !?' BVLBS' - ? Ltaas...

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Sheep Blowfly. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

Sheep Blowfly. A correspondent of 'The Land' asks why Professor Lefroy doesn't exterminate the blowfly from Eng land, seeing that fly is just as trouble some in England as in Australia. Its a very pertinent question, too. When are the streets of a town most greasy ? ? . . When the rain is dripping! ... . * * * Why are hay and straw like specta cles,— Because they are for-age.

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