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

i Coming Season I I ???:. : ?, . : ,?? 1 £ SHIP THROUGH US IF YOU WANT THE HIGHEST RE- tB i-J TURNS. AS ALL SHIPMENTS TO THE UNITED KING- B I DOM SUPERVISED BY OUR LONDON OFFICE. H NOW BEING RECEIVED. DO NOT HESITATE TO I BOOK WITH US IMMEDIATELY. H ,~3 -? Head Office : R| f -VIKING HOUSE, PERTH. j :% South-West Representative: g F. H. CH!D3ZEY,*BR!DGET0WN. I An American war correspondent at the front was looking through his field glass at a company of retreating Ger mans. 'By Jove, how they're hoof ing it! an English correspondent said. 'See how they step out! There's the goose-step for you.'. The American lowered his glass. 'Goose-step?' he said, 'That -isn't the goose-step, my boy — it's the Foch'e trot.'

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

G. S, Dicfcson Expert Boiler Maker. Consulting and Supervising Boiler Maker. Boiler, Shipping and all Glasses of . Repairs a Specialtiy. Cutting and Welding all Metals by Osy-Acetylene Process. Coils of All Descriptions Made. .. .2-8 JOHN STREET, PERTH. ' .,..L: Phone: No., A 4639. ; ESTIMATES GIVEN. First Class Workmanship. Charges Moderate. Telephone A3237. Empire Motor forks W. Riches, F. Pearce, and S. Wat$a, 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. MILE AGE 'ECONOMY Tyres RELIABILITY, COMFORT Made in Australia Nfor Australian Conditions. :Western Australian Depot: GILBERTS LIMITED - '?'??.t '*--- (^Wholesale Only), -. ;-.- ? 47 Queen Street, Perth. Tel. A 2888. ' Ford Big Ends Ee mef ailed. Rushton, Busiell * Co. Brass Founders and General ' Engineers. Aluminium, Brass, Phospho...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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The £2,000 Loan. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

Tba ilJOOIoiig, A petition, signed by twenty-six ratepayers, was received at the speci al Council meeting on Wednesday evening requesting that a referendum should be taken before the Council borrowed the money for the install ation of the mechanical stokers and the new electric cables. The Mayor (Mr W L Thomas) said that the peti tion was m order and the request must be granted. He stated that he would like to see the issue decided apart from the Municipal elections, so that the matter would be placed clearly before the electors without any personalities cropping up. He wished that those for and against the loan should have a fair opportunity of expressing their views. Council lor Minors agreed with the Mayor and said that in his opinion all ratepayers should have a vote on the matter, ir respective as to wether their rates were paid or not. He moved that the referendum be held upon the earliest possible date. The Town Clerk, (Mr Norrie) said that 21 clear days must pass before the ...

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

.^Sj^* /l.r^^^^^^^^T^^-'^Vj^^O -That is the.ohallenge on whiok ? B ^^^-Jt .i^/^^R^Mw^ -^:^:/ Mks ROYALTYPEWRI-EERSJiaTe-oap- ?l^^^_en^*Hj/^^*^?5li?^*-9ei-i^^^^A^^-&w ' J&f^~^£l V? tur?d market after market -Jrora '— r«p2-- L^l_ ^ £l A ' '^''^^^^fe^^^iSs writer's most irijppiiant f^tii're,fa its .^;C ra|,' ajj^Cw^Z^^ ^'^^^^^^^^7^'^^^^^ compare the-.work l;lAftef that : §^^E^- ' ^g} £ s^^^^,Jpi?a!^:^^C.l^^^K To get perfect. 8mpot|i werk Itom 'Bcllll^ ^ '^^fe 4^'^^^^^% fif'''^ *'^['*'!'v* ^'' 'l ?* ^-5=5: ' a flew machine is one thiogr— to keep . , .. R©YAI«* Mast©!8 .%I®si©I9 J^p. %q. r JiOHN-'. NUlTALi,1 PlEf'opsfletos'o First Class Accommodation for Visitors. Terms Moderate. PERTH. A combination of high frequency electric current and Ionic medica tion is recommended by the highest authorities for Neuritis, Sciatica, Lumbago, Shell Shock, Rheumat ism, and all Nervous Complaints. Many patients have been treated from the South-West with com plete success, and I will be ...

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

Nanayp. (From our Correspondent.) i «ni in n On Monday, the 27th inst, Eight Hour's Day was observed as a hoii day, and the local cricket club took advantage of it to raise funds for the purchase of tools, etc. A full programme of sports was provided for both adults and children the latter having a particularly good time. There was quite a large gath ering on the green, where once the old police station stood. One noticed that one of the pepple particularly busy in handicapping and starting the children, was Sandy Biggs, who is always a good sport. Mark O* Halloran and Mr Miller, as secretar ies, Bob Gibson and T. Kearney as judges, Mervyn Kidd and quite a number of others all helped to make a success of the sports. At night, one of the biggest crowds we have had for some time, in the Hall, assembled for the Fancy Dress Ball. The excellence of a number of the dresses made judging a very difficult matter. After much consid eration, the first prize went to Miss Myra Asplin, who appear...

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

? '...'?? 90 s — ^l?/v\ Let us prove that W6 can do this for you. We ^tfSJp^P^^sfe^i ar© doing it for hundreds of men in all corners, of 1^^^^%^^ this State. Our ?11111 1 \ V lvwk ^® Measure ' : g|||jip ? I {£ F\ ''^ rTid? --^ f: l upwards ^S« Q&K is the finest value that you have ever experienced in Tailored Suits any» -Bflif fill where. Even though you live right away in the bush, wo give you the ^witi ** SpUl same advantages as though you live in town. Our self-measurement form ^f#-#| JGP and tape enables you to measure yourself with perfect ease; 'We send you ^ Tifl^l ' pattern's, you choose your cloth, take your measure and post your order, and A3g|gjiif / I mil * I we send the finished Buit within a fortnight. Fully guaranteed as to Fit, *H|pgpl I , \]$0\ Style, and Finish. ,»JfpP®S I /- 1 1 xi\ ^l m vour na^e and address below and post this advertisement to ub, and ^Im3^i:§i I r' If W we ^' despatch our big bunch of Patterns, without charge. W^^^^^^^^^^m ' PERTH : 'On...

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The Penalty of Overwork. MANY PEOPLE ARE BEGINNING TO FEEL THE STRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

Hi PiniSff if ttipwork. MANY PEOPLE ARE BEGIN NING TO FEEL THE STRAIN. The heavy tax of overwork, the extra strain so necessary to many trades and occupations is hard on the kidneys. . The kidneys begin to fail in their work and the poisonous mat ter collects in the system. If your work seems hard for you, if you have a lame, weak or aching back, if you seem tired and listless, if you notice sediment in the urine, unnatural col our or irregular passages, and seems to be running down without apparent cause, begin at once with Doan's Pills, the remedy that has proved so beneficial to your neighbours. It has brought strength to the backs of thousands of working men and worn do. Read this proof: * Mrs Banting Sear., Moore Street, Bunbury, says: 'I can recommend Doan's Pills to anyone suffering with the kidneys. I used this remedy and it cured me of headache, backache and giddiness. Previous to taking Doan's Piljs, I had tried various remedies without getting any relief. When I got a bad...

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

Consignment of [ Fine Qualities, Snow-white Bleach, vNuwest Shapes. OUR PRICES: 7s lid, 9s lid, & Its 6d eaoh. These come to us direct from loading Victorian Manufacturers and cannot be beaten for value. ' I ?-if-\\ ? ^^ When you're feeling a bit 'heady'' and nothing seems to ffiESm^k go right because you're not feel- . qj^B&Bsk ing absolutely fit— just take one fi: W^S or two of ? £-v g&Sjjjf before retiring, and see how //^wS^r^ffi 11 magically they change your out- '^Lymffl II ll look on things in general. f p^^mll II While acting as a mild, but ^\ KjfSt I II efficient, laxative, they tone up ^^^**,' .. ' 1 1 and clear the system and impart ^|ip^^^ ' II that.Jeeling of light activity so /rtl wISP' 11 1 ig essential to. Saanner comfort. . fjf'- | vWjf^ ^ff^l^^^^^^XjA Is. 3d. per Bcw^-^^^W^ but there's a gold, mine of health in every one, Oall to-day for a box. Sole Ag©sats: ' : ; Ch©mf©t§9 Bnanfoiiify. .- Telephone No. 71. Entries dose as utkdet-' SPECIAL, ...

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

— ?i.ii.i.n.i r in-raw iiMH'i-nT-T--n-'i.nsay|intrTmgflBl* The Annual Shooting Contest was held on Monday, the 27th October, Eight Hours' Day, aud was an un qualified success in every way. To begin with, the clerk of the weather wasia a good humour, and the day was all that could be desired. The attendance, also, was a record, no less than sixty seven members putting in an appearance; but, owing to a shortage of rifles, and to the fact that some members came late, only about fifty competed in the various events. Captain Jones, as range officer, car ried out his arduous duties in a highly creditable manner. The marking was efficient, and the phone in good working order, so that the whole programme was carried out without a hitch, finishing after some exciting shooting off, in good time. Of course, an adjournment had to be made for lunch, as well as for after noon tea, which had been kindly provided by the ladies, who are here with tendered our best thanks. A well attended social was ...

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Representation for Fruit-growers. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

SepriSsntation for ' Frulf-gpewars. . — y The ' Primary Producer ' in its last issue states that— Corangamite and Echuca, Swan and Dampier, and Eastern States' seats to be won, will give fruitgrowers and all primary producers direct representation where it is essential— in the Parliament that frames the tariff and deals with many primary interests. The fact of the Prime Minister and the National Federation having discovered that there are fruitgrowers and a fruit in dustry in Australia is a luminous sign of the times. Growers have so frequeutly been gulled on the eve of an election that they will now vote only for their pledged candidates.

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GUN-MEN IN VICTORIA. Melbourne, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

[?] 1 v ? Melbourne, October 31. A long list of shooting episodes in Fitzroy was added to by another sensational incident shortly before midnight, last night. Lawrence Me Connachre, a young man, was walk ing along Alexandra Parade, North Fitzroy, with a young woman, and as he passed a group of young men, who were using very bad language, he remonstrated with them for their conduct. One of the men attacked him, and the ensuing struggle was violent. When McConnachre was getting the best of his assailant, the latter produced a revolver and fired three shots almost point blank at him. By a remarkable piece of luck, the shots missed and Mr McCon nachre escaped unharmed.

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GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY STRIKE. A COMPULSORY CONFERENCE Melbourne October 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

BUI ffiSTU RAILWAY STRIKE. A COMPULSORY CONFERENCE Melbourne October 31. In the Federal Arbitration Court, to-day, Justice Powers announced that he would call a compulsory conference of parties in the east to west Bailway strike for this after noon.

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NO RISE IN KEROSENE PRISES. Sydney, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

NO RISE IN KEROSENE PRISES. Sydney, October 31. An application of Vacumh Oil Coy to increase the price of kerosene, made before Necessary Commodities Control Commission, was today refused, /

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

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

Soolal and Personal, Messrs Smith, of Nannup, motored into Bunbury, last weekend. Mrs J. Allnutt, of Bridgetown, and Mrs H. Davis, have been spending a few days in Perth -Mr Cecil Egerton-Warburton.who went to the front in 19 15, arrived by the Barambah on the 1 8th inst. The engagement is announced of Beatrice, youngest daughter of Mrs Harrison, of Mount Ciaremont, co Frank, eldest son of Mr and Mrs H. Machin, Bridgetown, Miss Elsa Langley, of the English Pierrots, will probably make her last public appearance in the Lyric Theatre Bunbury, on November 10. She is leaving the Pierrots to be married. Mr W. Fenton, manager of the Lyric Theatre pictures, visited Perth last week. While there, he visited all the picture palaces, on the lookout for improvements and new ideas Mr Fenton is enthusiastic in' his efforts to make the programmes screened at the Lyric Theatre every week as perfect as possible, both as to the quality of picture and excell ence of projection. Mr A. V. Parkes is to b...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

Major Harry Hawker, aviator, has bought a cottage in the Adirondacks, and left England this month with his wife for the States. Mi and Mrs Leslie Owen, who have wen the guests of Mr and Mrs W L Owen for - several -weeks, left last Thursday for Donny brook, -here they are taking up farming. Mrs Owen made many friends during her stay in Bunbury and we wish her and her husband every success in their new enterprise.

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SPORTING. "HERALD" SELECTIONS. TATTERSALL'S RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

SP0RTIN6. 'HERALD' SELECTIONS. TATTERSALL'S BACES. Hurdlea. — Ettie Kirk, 1 ; Mxarnui, 2 ; Golden Gambler, 3, First Class Plate — Peronne, 1 ; Loch Alma, 2 ; Bernlea, 3. Second Class Plate (First Division .—Lady Mureena, 1 ; Enniscorthy, 2 ; Cantilever, 3. Second Class Plate (Second Divis ion)— Spalato; 1 ; Squatter's Hope, 2 ; Talgar, 3. Tattersall's Club Handicap. — Hardy Norseman, 1, Clonkilty, 2; Wonopin, 3. Third Class Plate (First Division) — Eudogratt, 1; China Town, 2; Golden Pledge, 3. ?* Third Class Plate (Second Divis ion).— Semper Paratus, 1 ; Yttria. 2 ; Waralee, 3. Welter. — Cammary, 1; Lord Strathburg, 2 ; Outlaw Knight, 3. ;. Melbourne, By Wire. VICTORIAN DERBY. Artillery Main 5 to 4 on. Richmond Main and Millime & to 1 against. MELBOURNE CUP. Nightwatch i'a. Kenilford 6's. - . ' Chrome 8's. Chrome, Lucknow, Artilleryman and Ian Or. 8's. Ardnaree and Kennaquhair. 14's Surveyor and Dick Meagher. 16's

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The Motoring World. Leaky Radiators. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

[?] [?] ' Repairing leaky radiators (says an exchange) :is anything but an easy job, and the leaks are often dif ficult to reach. It is hard at times to detect the exact spot at which the leak occurs. When this is the case, remove th.e radiator and place a rubber gasket under the filler cap, cork up all other openings except the overflow, pipe, run the tube of a tyre pump through a cork and place it in the overflow. Place the radiator in a tub of water and pump air into it. Bubbles will issue from the points of leak age. These should be marked, so no time is wasted looking for the defective spots after it has been removed from the water.. A good way to mark a honeycomb radiator is to place cotter pins at places where leakage occurs. Another good radiator test is to connect the over flow pipe to a gas jet with a hose. When the gas is turned on and a lighted match passed over the radia tor tubes, the location of any leak is immediately shown* by flame. After the- radiator has been tes...

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The Bunbury Herald Special Cable Service. AMERICA AND THE PEACE TERMS. London October 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

The Bunhury Herald AIERIOI IIP fli rillE TERii . - O London October 21. A Paris message states that it is understood that the Supreme Coun cil believes America will refuse to accept the mandate over either Armenia or. Turkey ; therefore the Allies are planning to settle the ques tion without American co-operation

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THE CENTENARY OF THE VELOCIPEDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

THE CENTENARY OF THE VELOCIPEDE. Exactly 100 years ago this month (March) a Long Acre coachbuilder produced the 'Velocipede or swift walker.' 'This truly original machine, ' as the 'Obser- ver of March 14, 1819, reported, was the invention of Larun Charles dp Drais, Master of the Woods and Forests pt H.K.H. the Grand Duke of Baden, and consisted of 'two wheels, one behind the other, connectedlby a perch, on which the saddle is placed for the s«at of the traveller. T1Vv ^--?nt wh-eel is made to turn on a pivot, and is guided in the same manner as a Bath chair. On a cushion in front the forearm is rested, and by this means the instrument and the traveller are kept in equil ibrium.' That was the theory; in practice the rider had 10 rest tne wnoie body in order to obtain sufficient lever age to pro'pel the machine, with results that were not always artistic. The 'nature and properties' of the Draisncne, as it' K-as^called, were thus stated by its inventor:— On a w«ll-maintained post roa...

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