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W.A. WHEAT RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

. W.A. WHEAT RETURNS. The following figures, in regard to the State's production of wheat will be -of- interest -to many farmers who have not ready access to statistical jsources. They show the area under i ? i i ?in I II ii mi 1 1 it mriftnriiiw mifir ? miriT wheat in the several years indicated, the tiotal yield for each year, and the average per acre. The following are the figures : — Year. 'Area. Yield. Average acres. bush. bush. 1909 . . 285,011 2,460,823 8.63 1914 . . 1,097,193 13,331,350 12.15 1915 , . 1,376,012 2,624,190 1.91 1916 . . 1,734,117 18,236,355 10.52 1917 . . 1,566,608 16,103,216 10.28 1918 . . 1,249,762 9,303,787 7.44 1919 . . 1,146,103 8,845,387, 7.72 ? . -. ?

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

Mlie Holidays* The following holidays bave been proclaimed. Thursday, 6th November Bunbury Wednesday 12th „ ' Bridgetown Thursday 27 „ Boyup Brook

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

DISTRICT AGENTS: Bunburt— Robert Forrest ; Bcsselton— F. C. Caruthees ; Donnybbook— C. H. Woodbrook -Bridgetown— H. Lakb Harvey — P. J. Ward. .. r . ^»«. » .«, Th« Oldeat Australian OWiee. Established 1849. Head Office for W.A. S Forff®st Chambers, PerSh. OHAS. H. OURLEWIS, Resident Secretary. nHiT^ ^ ^u ° -%* ° hep - ® Has*. «a. ? ?-. :??.????' ' . ' ''' '???'' ': ' .y . , ... Whether it is Gothic, Mission Chippendale, Jacobean, or Heppelwhite, made in any Woods' which are thoroughly seasoned and tested before they are manufactured by skilled and -artistic workmen. LODGE AND CLUB 800MS a Specialty. Shadow and Tapestry Coverings from the beat factories in the world, ready to be made up into the Lines you require. Oall and consult my Gutter and Designer about your Curtains. He will fit you. ) \ Take me into your confidence, and tell me the amount you want to spend and what {rooms you v. want to furnish. 1 will supply yon with a list of articles, with separate prices attached to fill ...

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Mr Prowse's Campaign. IN THE SWAN ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

[?] IN. THE SWAN ELECTORATE. Mr J H Prowse, the Country Par ty Candidate for the Swan Electorate will address the electors' of Bunbury; tonight at 8 p.m., in the Bedford Hall1 He has arranged to hold meetings at country centres as follows : — Monday, 3rd November, at Capel at 3 p.m. and Busselton at 8 p.m.; Wednesday, sth November, at Bov - ? - — j 1 ^ r ^ anupat 3 p.m. and Donnybrook at 8 p.m.; Thursday, 6th November, at Kirup at 3 p.m. and Greenbu«hes at 8 p.m.; Friday, 7th November at Nannup at 3 p.m., and Bridgetown at 8 p.m. Mr Prowse, who for some years has been engaged in farming on a large scale in the State, is pledged to support the welfare of the Primary Industries and the policy of decentra lisation, ensuring to each port that trade to which its geographical posi tion entitles it. His Worship, the Mayor, (Mr W L Thomas) will preside. AH those; interested in the welfare of the town and district are cordially invited to attend this meeting. A meeting of Mr Prowse's sup por...

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

HAVE THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF UP-TO-DATE IN THE WEST. SPECIAL PRICE £48. - Immediate Delivery on Trucks, Perth. NO. Ui SPECIAL FLEXIBLE STEEL HIGH TENSILE GALVAN ISED FENCING WIRE, £48 TON. GALVANISED BARBED WIRE, 14 GAUGE, 57/6 COIL. NEW ZEALAND FLAX. REAPER AND BINDER TWINE, ,/ 8d. lb. *? ' ' When purchasing a Stove, be. sure that it is a WESTRAL, and you will get the BEST STOVE ON THE MARKET, combining good Cooking Qualities with a minimum Fuel '- Consumption. Note our latest improvements on Nos. I U i and 2, viz. — Flange down each side to pre.vent mortar S.1-.. when dry from, falling out. AND MANUFACTURING CO., NEAR POWER HOUSE, EAST PERTH. . Obtainable from — . . The Narrogin Trading & Agency Co., Ltd., Bunbury. ? J.G. Baldock & Co., Bunbury. ? ' . . C. & H. Locke & Co., Bunbury. y j- ,'' . A. 'BB' at Work at Government Gardens, Perth. ~ Tine Most Efficient Sprinkler on the Market. . ' '' ' '?'. Turntable on Floater — Cannot wear. , ?? ? . ? ' ...

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A Lonely Man's Epitaph. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

I L@oal| ian9! Epitaph. The following is an extract from some writing found upon the body of an old man, who expired suddenly within the past month. . Although 76 years of age he was still battling for a living but evidently felt the end might come at any moment. It came suddenly from heart failure. 'On severing myself from the many happy associations connected with my thirty months' residence at ? it would ill become me not to place on record my sincere gratitude for, and intense appreciation of the kindness and attention conceded to me by all during my protracted ten ancy of your first floor back sky parlor. ' Times change, aud we change with them ' is but an imitative ren dition of ' Man proposes, but God disposes ' and as my Destiny ordains that at my age, I should again begin a search for home- happiness; com fort and quiet arnqpgsjt; strangers, in probably a strange land, I bow to the inevitable. Should I go under in the attempt, I should like the following epitaph displayed o...

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Donnybrook. (From our Correspondent). Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

[?] (From our Oo^resr»ndcpj||.). Coming Events. November 2.— -Anniversary Service All Saint3 in Anglican Church at 3 p.m. Novembac4. — ...Qlosing- Football Season Dance. Ifaveplljer 31. —'Welcome Home' at8 p.m.' vR.S.Ai Ball.— :The hall was com. fortably filled on Wednesday evening, the occasion of the B.S.A. Ball, by a very representative gathering. Those who enjoyed the dances were especially thankful for the music,, which was supplied voluntarily l-y ' Mrs M. Trigwell, Misses D. Trigweil and G. Woodbi'ook, and Mr B,. l^arren. The Presidjent (Mr Geo. Wood) and other members of the Association did all in their power to make the evening a success. Supper was a delightful interlude. Amongst those present were Mesdames Port, Barr, Trigwell and Artis, Misses . Tipping, Pavey, Trigwell (2), Mitchell (3), Sharpy (?) Port, .Ora^wley,! Hannan (2), Woc^. brook (^fefljpry, Wood (2), Messrs Wood &),l Pprt, Warren, Ste^tt/ rMitler (3), Clowes, A'rtis, Orowley, Healy, Brown, Waldby, Tri...

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Bunbury Board of Health. THE INSPECTOR'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

Bunbury Board of Health. THE INSPECTOR'S REPORT. At the monthly meeting of the Board on Wednesday last, Mr H. J. Golding submitted the following report for the month ending October 25th. ' !'--^ Infectious Dissases, — During the above period there has been five cases of notifiable infectious diseases reported to our office.— -Three cases of Scarlet Fever, one case of Pneu monic Influenza an4 one case of Diphtheria. 'These cases q&tna from Victoria Street, Charles Street and Beach Road. -: ' '? = ? '?'? :; Influenza Hospital. — The work of the influenza staff continued to the 14th inst., when the last patient was taken to her home. The hospital has been left in a clean condition, and up to the present time has not been handed over to the F.A.L. authorit ies. During the influenza epidemic 55 patients were admitted, and of this number two died. The building has been disinfected throughout. Schools.— On the 6th 'inst., I was instructed by the Medical Officer of Health to make an...

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THE IDEAL OF HOME-MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

THE IDEAL OF HOME-MAKING. Nothing in human- life and living can be more appealingly beautiful, than a father arid mother who regard their children not as burdens1- but treasures; who do not lose the ideal of home-making. In human life the loss of the ideal of parenthood and nome would be degradation and death to the individual and the nation. The home made sacred by the institution of marriage, where children are nur tured in an atmosphere- of love and good comradeship, and brought to manhood and womanhood, in the ?fountain from which everything else of value springs.' Have you a daughter or a son? They are yours to build into woman hood and manhood. What a girl or boy becomes physically, mentally, morally through education and train ing rests largely with you. What you do:;for thetm consciously and un consciously will crystallise into character, habitand conduct Parent hood fixes responsibility. The home is the building place. Let if be a privilege— not a burden. True mar riage is ...

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Correspondence. CRICKET. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

' Osrrespondiegp, CRICKET. To the Editor. Sir, — I note that an effort is being made to revive the. glorious old nat ional game in Bunbury and hope to see a big gathering of the public, old ami young, at the Pastime Club R6oms on Monday night. One could write a column on the immense amount of good cricket has done for Australia. It has been our biggest advertisement, until our gallant boys at the front made the name of Australia known from pole to pole. From the first visit of an Australian team, in the early seventies, when the Eng lish yokels saw with amazement that we from 'down under' were not blackfellows, until the present year, when our A.I.F. team mopped up the English counties, Australian cricket ets have been a valuable asset in making known the possibilities of our Island jCdntirient. This writer can remember the wild applause with which our cricketers were received all over the United Kingdom, Ireland and America, and how they made the name of be ing clean sports everywh...

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

HOME HINTS. To. get rid of beetles mix ground borax with common brown sugar, and lay it about the hearth, etc. ; it will soon clear them off. * * * * It is bad practice to put burnt saucepans in soda water to soak, for, although this removes the burnt por tion, it makes the saucepan naoie to burn again when it is used. A better plan is to fill it with salt and water, leave a few hours, then bring slowly to the boil, the burnt particles will then come off without any trouble. ? * * * Mildew stains on linen can often be removed in the following way: — Mix a small quantity of soft soap with the same proportion, of powder ed starch and salt, and the juice of a lemon. Apply this mixture to both sides of the stain with a small brush, and, if possible, let the article lie on the grass all day and night, until the stains have disappeared. Then wash in the usual manner. ♦ * ♦ . For potato-soup take eight or ten potatoes, a little stock, a teaspoonful of potato meal or arrowroot, herbs, and a...

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

r Bi ta ieri Some time back, Mr Greenwood, who had been appointed to assist~Mr ?Nome in the Town's Clerk's office, placed 'before the Council a rather condemnatory report upon the carry ing but of the office work. At least, it is considered that the report was condemnatory, as the Council, which considered it in committee, thought it advisable to refer the matter to the municipal auditors, Messrs Teede and Zollner, for examination. This was duly made, and the auditor's report was received and discussed at the special Council meeting on Wed nesday evening. An open discussion was started, but it was impossible for one unacquainted with either Mr Greenwood's or the auditor's report, to follow the matters 'brought iip. The 'Bunbury Herald' reporter re quested that copies should be placed upon the press table, but the Coun cillors decided that the rest of the discussion should be held in committ ee' and the pressmen were requested to withdraw. We have learned that Mar Norrie placed his r...

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

Harness the Cheap Power of the Wind Talk about utilizing our natural re .eources! Why not make the wind lift water for you? Why not water your stock automatically? Metiers9 Windmills go as long as there is a breath of wind. ''. ? ? They are going when others arci ;, stopped. ? They work 24 hours per day and ask ? only for a drop of oil every now and ? . then. ' MADE IN YOUS OWN STATE BY MBTTERS Ltd., Perth 139 Barrack St. & Centra! Hread©, Perth Our Cabbages and other Plants and Seeds are unexcelled Lucerne, Subtsrraneum, Glovers and other Fodder Grasses. Evertfcing.for tie Garden. stocks Always on Hand. flflfta&GIN IRflBINQ UND AGENCY CO., District Ugtnts GALV. O. 8ROW PLAIN & BARBED FENCING WIRE (Iron and Steel). All -gauges. Low Quotations for Forward - Deliveries. High Grade AUSTRALIAN-MADE Machinery I Elll i°^ IP* i$ 1 ilk I__ I Ebb si EsaUu IJ^bbi '' Road Rollers. Light Weighs and Heavy Kerosene Tractors; made in Australia to suit Australian conditions....

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Rifle Notes. BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

Rlfll Ei@jt$i. BUNBURS. The sixth shoot for the Trenoweth trophy took place on Sunday last over 'the 700 yard range, 'aid was won by J. R. Nisbett.' Fallowing are the scores: — TlHcpAg J. Nisbett ... ... 46 11 57 * C. K.Hill ? 53 1 54 S. Birch ... :.. 46 8 54 W. Marsh ? 41 13 54 H. Trenoweth ... 50 3 53 F. Eaton ... ... '49 3 52 I?. Sharp ... ... 44 7 51 R. Keddie ? 47 3 50 J; Murray ? 37 12 49 Tomlinson ? 41 - 7, 48 M/Efedfo ... ... 34 134 47' Cunnrifehani ... 37 %? 44' aipeede- ... 23 7 30,

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

. CONUNDRUMS. What fruit does a newly-married couple resemble?— A green pair. # 'Where does charity begin?— At' 0 (sea). . 'v Why would a compliment : from a chicken be ;an insult?— Because it would be fowl language. * : Why should yellow peas be sent to Hammersmith?— Because -ihat is the way. to Turnaam Green (turn 'em green). If a fender and fire-irons cost £3, what wili a ti-n of coals c'muo to?— To ayhes. My first is a prop, my second is a prop, and my whole is a prop?— Foot- stool. . ? Why is a. lawyer's business .Jike.. everybody else's? Because it consists of words and deeds. Why do butchers, always rob them selves? ' ; ; ;.- '..-,-, . ; Because they always steel (steal) their own knives.

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

'SHAVINGS.' Here .is a budget of wise and witty sayings from 'Shavings,' a Cape Cod story written ~by Joseph C. Lincoln : — : The post-office is the gossip sharp shooter's first line trench. = It takes a lot of practice to be a If there's any bad investment any where in the neighbourhood you can most generally trust a widow to hunt it up and put her insurance money, into it. If I was— as you might say— first mate of all . creation, I'd put some church folks in gaol, and a good many gaol folks in church. Seems as if the swap would be a help to both sides. * A healthy young fellow that ain't in uniform should feel as much out of place as a hog in a synagogue. Swear in's like whisky — comfortin',- but demoralising. i ? ?

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AUSTRALIAN HORSES AT THE FRONT. Clydesdales the Beat. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

AUSTRALIAN HORSES AT THE FRONT. Clydesdales the Best. Lieut-Colonel Max Henry, M.R, C.V.S., D.S.O., who has come back from service at the front with the Australian Veterinary Corps, says that his experiences have convinced him that there is no better horse than the Australian. What surprised him most about the Australian horse in France, especially the draughts, was tVio manner in which the V Stood sev ere winter conditions. The first winter they were over there they were on the Somme, and the horses had practically no shelter. They were standing for a long time in about 2-ft of mud; the ration was low, and the cold was intense. The horses stood that very well, how ever, and he was convinced (he said) that for general utility the heavy draughts from Australia were as good as any in the field, notwithstanding the very different conditions under which they had been reared. Com menting upon the merits of the dif ferent breeds Colonel Henry declared that there was nothing better than th...

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

SAVOURY PIE. Savoury pie, on which so many vegetarian dishes are based, is made with one layer of tapioca, which has been soaked in warm water until it is quite soft and all the lump's taken out, and seasoned with pepper, salt, and chopped herbs, according to the vegetable from which the pie gets its name. On the top of the tapioca put a layer of green peas, tomatoes, or cauliflower, whatever is to be used. These should be par-boiled or raw, according to what they are. On the top of this comes a layer of bread crumbs, potatoes or curried rice. Sometimes grated carrots are used, chestnut flour, or mushroom powder. These layers are repeated until the dish is full, then it is covered with ordinary pie-crust, arid baked in '.a quick oven. I i ? =s

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A VERY SIMPLE HAT TRIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

A VERY SIMPLE HAT TRIMMING. A simple wool hatband is made length and width, and then blanket stitch the band top and bottom in some contrasting shade of silk of wool. A little conventional flower by knitting a strip of the desired or design worked in the centre of i the band is sometimes an improve ment Another popular plain-knitting band is made of rabbit or brushed wool. When well brushed up this looks almost like fur. Stripes and Checks. Another effective variation is a knitted band in stripes of two clours, the ends of the band finished^ with a fringe of the wools. Or again, the ends might be finished with fluffy balls of the wool. A checked appearance makes a nice change from the plain knitting. This is done by knitting 5 plain, 5 purl, for five rows; then begin 5 purl, 5 plain for the next five; then again '5. plain, 5 purl as before.

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

_'«'_.? ADAMS' ASPflALTOM ROOFING ? is much cheaper than. Galvan ^«^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ .ADAMAX EOOiTNG is not H^^^I^^^WTWfkn^pl many degrees cooler than iron. - ^aB^^T^C^^^^^^^^ C°ADAMAX° EOOMNG— The i^^^^^S ^^^l^^^^^^^v^ W.A. Government used 1,000 * ' Wool Store, Fremantle. WILLIAM ADAIVIS & CO. LIMITED 33-35 KING STREET, PERTH. Local Agents carrying Stocks:— Narrogin Trading & Agency Co., . Lake, Bridgetown. Buribury. * . Gowderoy, Greenbusiies. : F. Smith, Donnybrook.

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