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Capel. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Gape!. The looal hall was packed on Thursday week when a hearty welcome # was given to nine of the boys who recently returned from the front. Mr Len Wood, chairman iof Welcome Committee, presided, and the crowd was in a highly appreciative and enthusiastic mood. 'After the long tables had been relieved of their refreshing burdens, the chairman in a highly eulogistic speech, weleomed the returned lads back to our midst, Mr W.. B. Jones, captain of the Rifle Club, spoke on behalf of himself and members, and welcomed them all, as they were, almost all of them, did members of the Club. Mr Murname spoke on behalf of the Road Board and the ratepayers, and paid a tribute to the memory of the brave boys who had paid the great price in - our defence. Mr E. M. Dyer spoke on behalf of the Oapel Repatriation Executive, and assured the boys that he was out to have them re-instated in as good or a better position 'than they bad occupied prior to enlistment. Sergeant G., E Payne responded on behal...

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Balingup Repatriation Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Balingjjp ft epitriation Gannniiffee. At the ordinary meeting of the above held on the 18th inst, Mr J. -L. Rose presiding, ? the following busi ness was dealt with. S C Beattie, application for sus tenance. Referred to the Comptroll er to see if he had registered for employment in accordance with the regulations. Deputy Comptroller, emphasising need for courtesy in dealing with soldiers, e.g., explaining reason when applications are refused etc. Dr Hume, reporting that M. L. Cook must go to the Base Hospital for treatment. Ugly Men's Association, asking for assistance re their Instructional bchool for Soldiers. 1 he Committee approved/of the idea, but considered that it tended to keep men in Perth when they were wanted on the farms and at the Mills. It was decided to make local farmers acquainted with the scheme,. for employing soldiers, and get them interested. Deputy Comptroller, notifying W. P. Price's transfer to the Nannup area, Agricultural Bank, approving W. N. Holdsworth's ...

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Greenbushes Road Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

[?] At the meeting of the above Board held on the nth inst, Mr J Lindsay presided over Messrs A Cowderoy, E Edwards, VyMPhillipps, D H Gibb ney, J May and T Rlekimm. Correspondence as iollows was dealt with :— : - ? VR Johnston, stating that tfee Hester Bridge was dangerous, and sometimes three feet under water. He suggested that the Government he asked to help repair same. The matter was held over. W T Graham, pointing out the state of the road between the Timber Corporation's Mill and the Balingup boundary, and saying that only a small part of the =£30 authorised* to be spent had been used on the road. Tha foreman was instructed to 'in spect and report. ' Bridgetown Road Board, re de monstration of Road Forming mach ine on the 20th inst. As many mem bers as possible will attend, Balingup Road Board, re confer, ence of S.W, Road Boards at Bridge town on the 20th inst. Balingup thought if a good opportunity- of re opening the question of the boundary between the two districts. Green...

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Harvey. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Harvey. The outstanding feature of the week j iist closed was the 'fancy drei-'s ball in 'aid of the AAghcan,. Building, Fund, which .event , took :. place on Wednesday evening last. There was a splendid attendance, and the nett result was in the region of £$o. Too much braise cannot be eriven to the committee which worked untiringly to make the - event worthy of the object for Avhich it was inaugurated. We understand that the work of effecting additions to the Rectory ars to be put in hand almost immediate ly, and they are certainly needed. To give anything like a proper des cription of the various dresses worn at the dance would be almost im possible. The most striking feature of the evening was a series of five sets representing 'India', 'Yachting Party', ''Aborigines', «i8th Century Costumes' and 'Ottoman Empire'. The -sets were comprised as follows : '?India' — MrsLarsen, Misses Dixon Winter arid Sleight, and Messrs Sands (2):Pinner-and Wilton! 'yacht- ing Party' — Misses Stewa...

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JELLY-MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

JELLY-MAKING. . A good many young housekeepers look upon- jelly-making as 'difficult. Yet if the rule, here given is exactly followed the process is so simple that a child'/ could scarcely fail. But un ripe fruit should be used. For cur rants, gooseberries, apples, grapes, ????' quinces, and several other fruits the .- process is as follows :— Wash and ' prepare the fruit. Aooles do not need oeeliner. but should be cored. Put from two to four quarts of the prepared fruit ? over the fire. More than this at one time takes too long to heat, and it is important to keep the fruit cook ing as short a time as possible. Use only enough water to coyer the con tents of the pan — in jelly-making rapid boiling is not desirable, as it ' causes the fruit to cook to pieces. When the pulp is soft crush it with a wooden potato-masher, then put it in a bag and let it drain. If you wish the jelly to be as clear 5 as possible do not press the pulp in the bag; but if your object is to get as much as you...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

When One and All will be a,ble'toipack up the Bargains. You will smile with delight at the Ridic^^ ofDrapery:^ The Goods were purchased I when the Prices were Low ^ BS^^ve^te^edtoSS^IS^ . . V ' .public the benefit of far-seeing buying.^ No Bankrupt Stocks does he bu^ . / rForto:makeroomffor:furtherfshipmients. The room is also wanted to allow 'elbow room' ' for the carpenters and bricklayers, who will be making farther «xfftrr-*ion to nrAmic,«a The abovevsho^rs th^growbh^f his Busmess and the public know that Boor's give the Best ^^ His Motto ^mS^SK^' \-L .,:''/' ? '- ' : )N«*w Read the Following Price Lists - ' -? ? - ^??Press Department. In this Department BOOR'S are -'giving 'Bargains which the public 'nave been looking for. Having . '-fiecared some Exceptional Values ?in SERGES and TWEEDS from the European Markets we are determined to give the public the ? benefit ef our far-seeing buying. ; 38m. Coloured TWEEDS, all shades, 1/11 yd. 4oin. Black and White CHECK 2/6 yd. nM||Tr|m ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

I Coming Season I H SHIP THROUGH US IF YOU WANT THE HIGHEST RE- % H TURNS. AS ALL SHIPMENTS TO THE UNITED KING- £j H IfOM SUPERVISED BY OUR LONDON OFFICE. ' g I Applications for Space § H NOW BEING RECEIVED. DO NOT HESITATE TO || H ' BOOK WITH US IMMEDIATELY. ~ H B -.—':*. Head Office: ' ' B I * VIKING HOUSE, 'PERTH. § H South-West Representative: | I F. H. CHSDGIEY, BRIDGETOWN. I '!_,, ? ^ y, ? ? fc...,^.^^J * - i FOR COUGHS. COLDS. BRONCHITIS AND ASTHMA. Gires instant relief and fortify the lungs against further attacks. Nothing better to prevent Colds and Sore Throats. Always have a tin on hand. ALL CHEMISTS. PRICE 1/6 PER TIN. ALEX. WILSON & CO. Ltd., Malcolm Lane, Sydney. Sole Proprietors Harness the Cheap Power 'of the Wind Talk about utilizing our natural re- , Kourcesl Why not make the wind lift I 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 otherB ar» stopped. , They work-...

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A ONE-POST TREE-GUARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

A ONE-POST TREE-GUARD. Mr. Hugham, curator of the Botanic Gardens ,at Hamilton (Vic.) has fur nished the 'Weekly Times' (Mel bourne) with a description of a cheap ana errectiye tree guard tor use tn parks and streets and on farms. Mr. Hugham says : — 'For planting trees in streets and parks frequented often by sheep, cattle and horses, this guard has been satisfactorily used for more than fifteen years. In that time 800 oaks, elms, and planes' have bejen cultivated without any being injured by stock. The guard consists of a red-gum or stringy-bark post 8ft. high and 4in. square. A hole 4ft. square by 2ft. deep is excavated for each tree. The guard post is inserted at the 2ft. depth and is firmly rammed nine inches up before the tree is planted. Pieces of stout- leather are tacked around the post to keep the young tree from swaying about. To a height of 5ft. from the ground the post is encircled with several pieces of barbed wire, the purpose of keep ing stock away. This acts admirab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

' ~ ''?' is the Simplest . Separator made having only half as. many parts as most other separators. As a result each part is more carefully made, and of better material The Only SBPABATOB. that 'will - Skim Clean at any x speed. The Only SBPABATOB. that delivers cream of Un changing den sity at. all speeds. . The Only 'SEPARATOR with a Knee High Supply Tank. ' The Only. SEPABATOR ?with a Tubular Bowl. No Discs to Clean. mjilkWB ?'?-?' The' Only . iMfeS* '? SEPARATOR wlftwll , that- skims quick TcSKffl&y/'Il er when turned JafV' ;— __L^^&J| I ? T TheOjt^-' t^kSFfrMfi ,PL_L SEPARATOR ; ff^Stfffifflfinl fesSSST ™*\ an entirely : ^dl 1 Si !r Jflil automatic oiling }. ^S^^S^lm . SAVES Cream = ^Bmtri'^ 111 SAVES Butterfat 1- :§ElH : ffli :J\ SAVES Warmth ^-^sBnt fnff :A\ and Freshness irH ^M Nl ? ' . of skim milk IfTffl - -SAVES LaW. jMaBP^teS^ .Always saving ^^^^^gr-^^^^ to the benefit, of ^BBBPg^lia- the user's poeket. ST©*» LOSING-' 9R-BAM ... . . Write for catalogue 'V...

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A BOOM IN SNAKE BITE [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

A BOOM IN SNAKE BITE. They were discussing dry towns, and one asserted it was dead easy to get a stimulant from any chemist. ''Well,' replied hiss friend, 'that is not my .ex perience. I was on a short .visit to a prohibition town in America and' I tried the . chemists, and they all re fused to supply me without a doctor's certificate. The last one, however, con fided to me -that there was a man round ? in 99 Juniper Street, who kept a snake, and if I let it bite me I could got a doctor's certificate for sn.ikebit-3, and he could then supply me with stimu lant; he added the snake was a . per fectly harmless one.' 'What! do you mean to say you let U bits you to get a drink?' 'No,' said his friend dis gustedly, 'when I got round there I found the blessed snake was booked up for-six months.'

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REVOLUTION IN FLAX INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

REVOLUTION *IN FLAX INDUSTRY' Now that the production of flax is in process of becoming an Australian industry, being 'bonussed'. by the Commonwealth Government, it is worth nating that a decorticating machine for treating flax has been invented bv a Mr. Scalding, of Dun dee (Scotland). It .is stated that this machine in a few hours performs all the processes of preparation from the pulling of the flax until it is ready for manufacture — processes which at the present time take weeks of time and an immense amount of labour. The retting process to-day does not seem to have improved upon the methods of the ancient Egyptians.. Mr. Spalding takes the reeds froin he field and puts them at once through the decorticator, which takes off the seed and prepares the shore. The material is then scutch ed, the gum extracted, and it is ready for manufacture. Mr. Spald ing claims that his process saves an enormous quantity of stpaw, which is now burned or buried, as well as a quantity of gum and s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Doctors say a good preventative is to drink a little Port Wine or Spirits. I OOK AT THI^ ? ..We can aapply all Wines and Spirits, etc., equal to Perth prices. Black and White, Sandersons, Glenorans No; 10 Whisky at 60s per gallon ; Mitchell's Irish Belfast (genuine 62s 6d per gallon.' Swan, Emu, Castlemaine and Union Ales and Stouts 6s 6d per ' gallon, 12s per dozen. Cash Price. Famous Redcastle Invalid Stout : Pint hottles 8s per gallon ; Quarts _6s 6d per gallon, 12s per dozen by the case. We can 'supply an excellent Port Wine, our own bottling, at Is 9d per bottle. We have landed large stocks of Penfolds Port Wines, Clarets aud Sherries, from 2s 9d to 4s 6d per bottle. The latter a Special Invalid Port. Special Prices fo? Cai@ Lots, BuiikffTe Namftiit. WUHans* mi S^biaco. Are known throughout the South-West. .Every Leadlogg Lint© Stocked. Cottntty Osiem Rceetvs Pwmpi and SkiSkd Attention. WE KEEP ONLY THE BEST. J. Moiikh©iise9 Victoria Street, inalisry. *Phon® BO. - v (Late Monkh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

'»???-? .,??'?- ' . ? 5 \ PBOPBHIZftQEL - A. E. MOOEE. ?\ A DQ%htful Country Holiday Resort. -i Etaf: motoring distance of Busselton and - f tne Caves. / % . Beat Liquors only Stocked. s One Minute from Beach and Bathe, ^WSSfii M^i»l«» S«l^and £9W«Slail as^StSff Bottled. ' Daniel Crawford's Bulk Whisky * * 11s 6d per bottle. SI C. AYERILL, Piropfietor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

? 5 ? * TJic Most C@at?a!Iy Sittmted Hotel. ta Btn&ifry. ; -...JU, ©-? ILLIWQWORTH, . I . Proprietor, ? ? .?''.'?'-' ' ? a Wines Beers, and Spirits of the Finest Quality Most Popular Billiard Room in the Town. Every Convenience and Comfort for Boarders at Reasonable Rates. : ? ? . . -/WHEN IN' PEMTH ' STAY AT THE 6® 6el per Day, 35s p@f Week. Hot .and 'Cold Baths. Electric Light and Lift to all Floors. - Comfortable and Central.. '.. The Country Visttora Home from Mom®© ? FREE MOTOR GARAGE. Victoria Street, BttnhuFf* Newly Renovated and now under New Management. The Right Liquors and Best Accommodation. '.???'-:' AfesoSotdy Oaly SWAH BEER Draws. B. E. COCKS - - Pgogftetog; , BALINGUP HOTELS/' - Under- ENTIRELY MEW MA.NAGBMEHT. JJejiretiftU drives among the most Superb Scenery in W. A. An Ideal Spot for a Quiet Holiday. 850 feet above sea level. ~-\ All local produce used at the Hotel. .: ? Conveyances of all kinds for hire. Propieto? W. R. RICHARDSON. . r*fl'I f DTP - H AI I...

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Bridgetown Road Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

IH^Stif I liii $Mfi. The ordinary meeting of the above Board was b eld on the nth inst, when the chairman, Mr J K Smith, presid ed over Messrs J.W Blechynden, W B Cutraore, A Doust, J McAUndetii T Savory and W Wfaeatley. , Correspondence as under was dealt with-: — . ; : GR Brockmao, -agents' for the I.O.A., asking: that the Board transfer its Insurance business to his Company, on the grounds that it was purely an Australian one. It was decided io «gree to the request. Hamel Nursery, advising the des patch of ornamental trees comprising silky oaks, camphor laurels and Pride of India. Balingup Road Board agreeing to August 20th as a suitable date for a conference on the question of the appointment of an engineer jointly for various S. W. Road Boards. Public Works Department, advis ing that August 20th was the date fixed, for demonstrating the Road Forming Machine. W,A Bank, advjsing that the Board's application for an overdraft limit of -g400b.ad.been granted. Mechanics' Institute, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Motor Gar Owners Look— We can supply Dunlop Ford covers 30 x j| for £5. We also carry large stocks of Dunlop and Goodyear covers and tubes, and can supply at Perth prices Send for catalogue or call at Narrogin Trading and Agency Co. Ltd., Bun bury. ? , ? - ' Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never fail. 13 9d and 2s gd. Do not worry about Galvanised Iron being scarce and the price ridi culously high. The NARROGIN TRADING ^AGENCY CO. LTD. have the Agency for this District for ADAMAX ROOFING FELT just as durable and much cheaper than Iron; As^supplied to the. Gov- ernment. Stocks on hand, Rolls 72 ft long x 3ft wide, covers '22 ?,. square yards, one-ply 43/6, two-ply 53/6 three-ply 66/6. Cement and nails supplied free. There is nothing better for covering houses, garages, fowlhouses, beehives, etc. Send for catalogues. f}RINTING.~ The 'feunbnry Her JL aid' Publishing Co., the Class Printers of the South- West. SeeTiow the paper is printed and send your work to us. 'P...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

.-S@rr@ip@sita§ie - Whilst our columns are open to every class and shade of opinion, we wish it to be distinctly understood that we in no way identify ourselves with the views of our correspondents. All correspondence must bear the signa ture and address of the sender, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.

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Balingup F and S Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Ballngup F mi § Issee? iafion. Subsequent to the meeting of the Co-operative Society on the 16th inst, the usual monthly meeting of the Balingup branch of the Farmers' and Settlers' Association was held. In the absence of the president, Mr H Tarleton-Phillipps, Mr J Hawter was voted to the chair. The following business was dealt with: Shipping Arrangements — It was announced that the Westralian Farm ers had taken over the shipping arrangements of the Associated Fruitgrowers, Ltd, and would ship practically all the fruit for the State this year. One of the members of the staff was at present in London making the nedessary marketing arrangements. An endeavour would be made to arrange for a ship to call at Bunbury at the end of February, and another in March. The railway authorities had been given notice to prepare 1,000,000 cases of fruit for the coming season. Fruitgrowers fit it 4* « . . * wouia De wen aa vised not to make arrangements with other shippers. There were more profits in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

-&_ IRXDITAlILi O_b '±? 'JUS/ In 1910 th© R©lf0l Typewriter- w»b ^~. /^j-'yij,.....,!^,,,,...,,..,,,, ...... . introduced in Australia. Since then ^e&Z,. ''^ f * ''*trt3f'- '^S^'^' a~^*\ **s Sa^eo an^ its confirmed friends '^s^/ss-t ., / 'rGbV jWJifflu^iiffl -' 'jt — wP have steadily increased year by year. « * 4r^*-~~-41L ^/'-i%%LM3^^ai, : ' if A^, People found that the Roya|'9 B ? — rff^Tr ^°£^~' -?^'^^*^^^^i:fajr^^^^^^lr-/^?Ti''i ?^r^'UZsl claim to superior strength and last TlHlimiBi7 '^^p^T'yft fi'*s-^i*-^~^--a^LL&*~. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^s~ Jp^^J 'n8 q'alities were supported by -«SSLfeSS|4ss?^/^r^ -&©^vK&L__ tSr^wOllhft f To-Day- wo a e going to make -ood ^jBFlft^^^^^'^^^fiPfe^^^^^^ the pron.i-os which clinched the J&^L, , ' $%.j ft' /'** r\ I - ^ Ifw* £-JSlyiv !i(K -Wfi three farth nss a day for .^F^wpK^^S^r^^^^ ''«' '? I t '^'iBfti'' ^'/^f' && Th1^ ffi ^le cons^nt seavice and help of f^^^*^^^^^^^^^^^-?^ '\ i K1*^- -'i,-...

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ANCIENT EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

ANCIENT EGGS; The high cost of eggs in the' United^&tates and in England has led to a greater^ use of dried or evaporated eggs. As is well knorwn, the drying and preservation^ eggs has been practised in China for hundreds of years.' At a banquet of Chinese, whether held in Honkong or San Francisco, it is not uncommon to serve eggs which are 1GQ years old. They are regarded as a rare delicacy. The eggs, in powdered form, except in colour, somewhat re semble cheese after they have been kept for months :.pr years- When cooked they have a' most delicious flavour. The drying of eggs has been regarded by some as a secret known only to the. Chinese. 'This, is not the case, however, as eggs can be just as sucu cessfully dried. and preserved in the United States or in England as in China. . The dried eggs now being sold in England,, and the sale is reported ,to. be. highly, successful, and on quite a scale come from China. . The reason for this is simply_becaause eggs are much lower ...

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