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Lyric Theatre. PROGRAM FOR SHOW WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

Lyric Tleitfs. PROG/RAM FOR SHOW WEEK. To-day.— -'Fatal Ring,' Episode 9. Sunday. -»— 'Happy Warrior,' an English Film. All Star Cast. Monday. — 'Battling Jane,' Dorothy Gish; 'Whose Little Wife are You,' Mack Sennett. Tuesday. — 'Stranger from Some Trhere,' Franklin Farrium; 'Polly Put the Kettle On,' Ruth Clifford. Wednesday — 'Houdini,' Episode 5; 'White Heather,' Special, All Star Cast. Thursday. — 'Shoulder Arms,' Charlie Chaplin.; 'A. Man's Man' Warren Kerrigan, Paralda Co. Friday. — ''Friend Husband,' Mudge Kennedy, Double Feature Program. Second Feature see next issue. Saturday.— 'Fatal Ring,' Episode 10, 'Girl from Bohemia,' Irene Castles.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
How and Why of Wireless. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

How and Why of Wireless. wivIe^jLSVt1'10^^ veniinf the transmission of w reless messages? -Sir Oliver Lodge explains how and whfnTr'T mT*Sts ar,e possibIe affollows?The power which has been harnessed, both for sending and receivmg is the extra-ordinary mobility and tractibility of the 'K electric units or'electrons which are given off by ^matter Snncreerdibl?a:n.C°,nditi6nS ini ?reat num^rs, whieffly w th incredible speed, approaching the speed of lieht and S^1' * ™?C1^!Lhieh. vacuum a£ beautifulfy ^ [?]

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RIOTING IN ALEXANDRIA. London, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

RIOTING IN ALEX&NDiUA. » 9 London, October 31. A message from Alexandria states that serious rioting followed the mid day. Prayers at a notoriously sediti ous mosque. Trouble began when the Egyptian police endeavoured to prevent demonstrations which were attempted close to the mosque and charged with truncheons. The Bri tish troops arrived in motor lorries and found that a general affray was in progress, The troops, after firing in the air were obliged to fire at the crowd, killing two natives and wound ing ten. Disorder continued until the evening of the 27th. An Egypt ian Policeman was injured The railway men. and telegraphists threat en to strike. The population is ap prehensive regarding. the food supply and is besieging the shops.

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

' BIG FIGTJBES. tailmwt of ^ahuiactoe. S SeaV seventh ? cent 7/tS 706 584 cars Tiio iqiq V i L ae? Juiv- rfl- i»18, being gg-B55iBSSJ£

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COAL MINERS' STRIKE IN AMERICA. Washington, October 31st. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

GOAL Hi' STRIKE IN. Washington, October 31st. Half a million bituminous coal miners are about to strike, owing to the refusal of the mine owners to consider the wage increases.

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Items of Interest. Taxi-Motor Cycles. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

[?] Taxi-Motor Cycles. A fleet of 500 taxi-sidecars is to ply for hire on the streets of Paris. The fares will naturally be much lower than those charged by taxi-cars. There seems to be a good field for enterprise opened up by this move. Spring Frames Dominant.' ~ 'Motor Cycling'. (Eng.)-- expresses- ; the conviction , that fully 50 per cent, of ';the; motor- cycles nxaiiufacfurea henceforth will be fitted' with -spring frames. It adds that ' more than 50 'per cent, -of the new 'models are being fitted with 28in. wheels.' :; ' .. ' ?' ' ? ?? ?: ??'?;.*..','. ' * , * ,-. ? ? ' Then and Now. The first British airship. oy.as built in 1911, and -forth- with scrapped because it couldn't be induced to fly. In 1919, only eight years afterwards, the R34 flew froni East Fortune, on the east coast of Scotland, to Mineola (New York) a distance of 3^130 miles in 108 hours. Some ? progress! : * 150 m.pJi. at Daytona. There seems to be -an element of doubt about the tremendous speeds credited to ...

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HOW TO ECONOMISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

„/ . HOW TO ECONOMISE. f . i * - -?; . The 'method in which the car is driven has a great effect-on consumption of fuel, oil, and tyres. As' regards the latter there is a considerable field for economy The EeLSl?'ldf?h? f?art, very eradually and on the low speed. He should also accelerate ' gradually arid shou d thrott e off a considerable distance from th' print ft which he intends to stop, so as to use his brakes as o LatSv^0SS1re- Sudde/ pulling. up is most damaginl ' to the tyre. Corners and r.nrvpc chrmin k» +-i,« ? i_T..i.r for the side pressure is considerable, and if the pace is fast the sides of the tyres are exposed to great strain which in time tells its tale. Further, the dfag between Bv ?Htfrd the-°adi.s' apt ^dually' to weSVe fSSS &n ^^^^^^.^^. r cut Starting' in Cold Weather. ? 'On cold mornings,' says an exchange, 'with the staar7t£e^ TCh as.gasoH^uit : is sometimes difficult to ' start the motor engine. If there is illuminating gas in the garage, .slip; a ru...

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EVENING. A Curiosity in Alliteration. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

EVENING. A Curiosity in Alliteration. Daintily dies this most dainty of days— I he rosiest remnant of radiant rays ' HVLe wor,kers' aI1, weary wend westward their ways. Heavily hangs o'er the hushed hills the haze: f£v[Ar+°^S 'I16 *reen of the Srass as we gaze; ? Daylight in .dall;ance with darkness delays Where morns mingled music made merry 'the maze ?nOfftrttmo.r^or twitter the tired'bird betrays; ' AnH Sr? ^e silence the singing stream strays, And plaintivelv oours forth it= ,£»«„ „* °.-r/ ' ^^«i^;?'v(l»^:¥*^*ffirapiw fe^^^^^^i^' TLILIAN WOOSTER GREAVES.

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BEARDING THE BUYER. Advice to Travellers. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

BEARDING THE BUYER. Advice to Travellers. An American roadman of experience offers the following advice to' budding salesmen when beard ing the buyer in his den : — 1. Leave- the door, open or stand with your hand on the knob -until the buyer' speaks.''' ' 2. If, after coughing once, mentioning his name twice and your own three times, -he does not look up, he's busy; call again. . 3. If he stretches out his legs, thrusts both hands into his rrniicprc ?r\*.^l^-o--^ « — ,i i ? 1__ . - - - --- — -r^^vw) emu. 1UUK.& up ai you, snow ing the whites of his eyes, look out for a claim ?„ 4. 11 he greets you cheerily, asks^you to sit down and leans.confidentially across his desk to converse for /ice' dIready b°Ught and iS workmS you 5. If you notice him clutching a paper weight depart at once— sooner, if possible. - S _ 6. But if he quickly srlances at vrm w,'fV, „ u.-—:s hello and again buries his face in his ^ 1 ^ your chair up confidently-he has an ord£ ?for yo Z

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Shipping. VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

ihipplfgg. Vesseis in Port. ?remier, Dredge. S.s. Plauen. Barque Garthneill 1340 ions, (Mil lars' T. and T. Co, Ltd, agents.) Barquentine Union La Digue. ARRiyALS. Oot. 30, Barque Garfcaneill. Projected Dbpirtures. Barquentine Union La Digue. S.s. Plauen. Expected Abbivals. S.s. Huntress, (Millars' T. and T. Nov. 5, B.s. Lammerbo, (A. E. Jackson, agent.) Nov 5,8.8. Kurnalpi, (R. Forrest, agent.) Notes. S.s. Plauen is awaiting, orders at Bunbury pending future movements. S.s. Lammeroo - should arrive on 'Wednesday to ship 1000 loads of fcira ber for Melbourne. The Barque Inverneil (re-ohristened the Garthneill) arrived on Thursday, and is awaiting instructions regarding loading.

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

Millinery Show Specials AT We are now showing a Complete Bang® of New Season's Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats, which we invite you to inspect. Not only are Fashion's Daintiest Creations to be seen in our Showrooms, but many Smart, Useful Readyto wear Styles, which ensure a Happy Choice for Every T&st®. ' ; - ^^m$r»^ A Few Specials in Children*® ^^ / ^sasaafw V^ ^^?D£s ^v Maids' Rush Hats, bound and banded, 3a lid. IBi 'lUt JrK /|\a tW^ Maids' Panamas, various Bhapes, 5s lid, 5fl 6d rn^WT ^ TIFFIMG'S, ^W ^^ rl- Victoria Sfcs?©@te - - Buaburyo See our -'Show OF ''?-: ?- .. Men's and Boysf Summer Clothing, Shirts, Ties,.--.. Everything Smart and Up-to-date. PB'Qi- H/S\L^IMiS SlCCttttFS Not® Addr@@®s FQH Sale, six-tooraed Weather-board House, electric light throught. Edna Street, next door Railway Institute. FOR SALE.— McCormick Binder, sec ondhand, only done 100 acres, ex cellent condition, ready for the field, abso lute bargain, C3., this office. FOR SALE.—One one-thousand Gallon ...

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The Bunbury Herald SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1. A NEW GOLDEN MILE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

The Bunbury Herald SATUBDAT, NOVEMBER 1. A NEW GOLDEN MILE. The battle of the experts now being araged as to the geological ralctionabigL^ of the Celebration lease is proFiding considerable entertainment and caos ing not a little wonderment to th© uninitiated public, who fail to grasp the real significanca of the issues at stake. The geological experts are not . so greatly concerned abeat the question of values. These are not really in dispute. The question whioh has given rise to the verbal affray is one upon whioh laymsa are quite incapable of pronouncing. At the beginning o! the rush the cuggeatio^ was tentatively put forward that the , find was probably & continuation of the Golden Mile belt of ore occurancss. This has now become e- cardinal mite? of faith with these interested in the claiinB, and any suggestion of dosbt on the point engenders considerable heat. Mr Maitland, the Government Geol ogist, who made an official examination of the belt, boldly reported to his M...

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

liil lifiiii. ? Mails close at the Bunbury Post Offioe at. 1.40 p.m. on the dates mentioned for the places indicated: — United Kingdom, Nov. 15. Eastern States, Nov 1. Egypt, Nov. 5 and 15. Asia, Nov. 4 and 15, America and Canada, Nov 4. N.W. Ports, Nov 3.

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THE ASSOCIATED FRUIT-GROWERS' REPORT. (By Wire). Kalgoorlie, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

the mmmm fbuii (By Wire,) Kalgoorlie, October 31. The Associated Fruitgrowers, Ltd, report aa follows :— 'All lines of fruit -well supplied and in good de mand. Moderate supplies of veget ables and Cabbage ex Great Southern districts, arrived in a sweated condi tion due to late delivery from Rail way Department. Details. — Roke- wood 12s to 15s, Doherties to 17s, rates 17s to 20s, Blondins 12s to 14s, Dunns to 14s 6d, Pioneers to 15s ; Navels, dumps to 18s, flats to 15s, Yalencias, flats best to 17a 6d, others 12s to 15s, Mandarines to 14s ; Lem ons 10s to 14s ; Loquats 8s to 12s ; Tomatoes from 13s to 17s ; Passion Fruit, quarter cases, 10s ; Cape Gooseberries 6& ; Potatoes, new dug, 24s, country 22a ; Peas 3#d to 5d ; Beans to 8d : White Onions. 2 quar ter brown 3d ; Cabbage, prime 22s, inferior 7s 66L to 12s; Rhubarb 4d to 5d ; Broad Beans If d ; Swedes, best to 12s, others 6s to 8s; Poultry, Turkey Gobblers 40s, light 30s; Turkey Hens 25s ; Cockerels, bast to 10s, others...

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

% Local mi General, Hound the Town. — On the eve of our annual «hovr a stroll round the main itrwte of Bunbury. is particularly interesting as all our traders are preparing for tho influx of farmers and other visitors. The painters are having a busy time and amongst the places being decorated is the Prince ef Wales Hotel where Mr J, Bcmlden's men are painting the whole front. The proprietor, Mr W. Marsh, has had & new ceiling placed in the large 'dining hall and this gives a fine and effective finish to . the apartment. The ceiling is the work of the Wunderlioh Metal Company and, like all their output, purely of Australian manufacture. Mr Bonlden is arrang. iagthe oolour scheme for the walls, In Hay ward's new building the same decorator is putting the finishing touches to this large emporium. It is educative to -see . the1 splendid effect given by the jarrah panels that front the massive counters. The varnishing has brought out the beauties of the grain and shows that jarra...

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New Use for Wheat Straw. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

New Use for Wheat Straw. Every small town merchant ought to' take a* irequent a course m city window inspection as he can afford. He will thus keep himself »^^.a^J

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

Nosfc Lyric 'Sfteaii?©. Bought at Phone 94. Near Federal Hotel, South Bunbury. A splendid assortment now on Sale 1.1RESH FISH. SMOKED FISH, I! BAIT, Daily. All Supplies Guaranteed. Corner Victoria and Symmonds Streets, BUNBURY. Address correspondence Michblis & Co. Has Superior Accommodation during and waiting ACC.OUCHBMBNT. TERMS MODERATE. Arrangements made for Children. Doctors in Attendance. Zoo Stress B&axafewy. Phoina GQJ. VICTORIA-ST, BUNBURY, Wedding and Birthday Cakes sup* plied on shortest boUc@. Small Goods asd Broad ^he Best 5 OAER'S BUILDINGS, BUNBUHT NOW OPEN: Bendigo Cup, Nov. 19. December Hdp, Dec. 13. I Communicate with Hobart direot by every mail. 'Phone 52! .11. 1 ,., ? ? ? ..??-»; — an ? ** \ , y/j Head office and ^| , p-^ Show Yard: ? ^ Three Minutes * -T . walk West of \SA ' Statton. P *J . ^ tett@@e88t@, \ ' 'P C. R. HILL, With which is incorporated Tfa© Mattacfe-scS®i? Assesrasse^i Assets Exceed ^6,000,000. The Lowest Rates for all classes of I...

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

* ? , ? - .- , ?? , . SSSJ92 We want you to- call on us and get ear prices and catalogues of the following : — Ford Oars and Ford Trucks, Studebaker Cars Indian, Triumph, and Douglas Motor Cycles. Armstrong's famous ladies and gentlemen's Pus! Bicycles. Stocks on hand. We can arrange special term We also have large stocks of Dunlop and Goo- Year Motor Covers and Tubes and all other moto; accessories. Massey Harris Machinery. Dobbies New Home, and Dobbies Special Sewing Machines (stocks c hand). Malloch Bros, (all their lines), including Alston Windmills, Bid Milking Machines, and Dreadnought Tree Pullers, etc., etc. Meggitta Lineeed Meal. Adamax Booting Pelt. We stock everything you require at prices equai to Perth at the Bunted Narrogfai Williams mi Subiaco. Are known throughout the South- West. Ev©sy Lesdliag Line Sto©Ik@dL Couatty Qid@23 Receive Prompt aa-g Skllfed Attotioa. '? 'Phone @Q. [(Late Monkhouse and Hanson) Large Stoe&s. Low Pctoss* ' Pwm.pt Hifiwty* .:/'??? Spe...

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Wedding Bells. GATES—EASTCOTT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 November 1919

Wedding Balls. , GATES— EASTCOTT. A day that will long be remembered in the annals of Wagerup was Eight Hours' Day, October . 28th, when the marriage of the popular returned soldier, Mr Frank Eastcott, to one of Wagerup's bonnie lassies, Miss Flo Gates, was celebrated. The ceremony took place at the Roman Catholic Church, Yarloop, the knot being tied by the Rev. Father Doddy. The church was beautifully decorated by friends. The bride was led to the altar by her father, and was supported by Misses Vera Eastcott and Nita Anderson, as bridesmaids, while the bridegroom relied on Mr Joe Usher to see that the ring was ready at the critical moment. After the ceremony the happy couple drove away, amid showers of confetti and rose leaves, to the Wagerup Hall, where the wedding breakfast was partaken of, the guests, numbering 60, being received by the bride's parents. The hall was one glorious mass of decorations, and the tables — your correspondent cannot find words to describe these — were ...

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

Baiiogup. A rifle match between. Balingup and Kirup waB fired on the 26th inst., the former team winning by a margin of a little over 40 points, a close finish for three ranges. Host Richardson, of the Balingup Hotel, provided an excellent lunch for the visitors0 The dance organised by Mrs Wal- lace in aid of the Parkerville Home, held on the 40th, was a very enjoyable function. A large number of visitors were present from Greenbushes and Nannup. The 'Confetti Walz,' which was the feature of the evening, was very amusing, a young man from Greenbushes, who is engaged to be married shortly, coming in for a re- markable lot of attention from the ladias present. Much credit is due to the ladies for the excellent supper pro- vided. During the evening songs were rendered by Messrs G. Duncan, V. Bond, E. Waddingham and Mr M. Kidd.

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