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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 5 November 1919

?ALL 'SWEETS imetfeao Ogndy UMpm, ' NqsS Lyyic .Thoatee. Bought at Phone 94. N^ear Federal Hotel, Sontk Bunbury. A splendid assortment now on Sale FRESH FISH. SMOKED FISH, BAIT Daily All Supplies Guaranteed. Sooth- Weil Rih Sapplf 0®. Comer Victoria and Symmonds Streets, BUNBURY. ? T^g; Address correspondence Miokblis & Athahs Has Superior Accommodation during and waiting' ACCOUCHEMENT. TERMS MODERATE. Arrangements made for Children. Doctors in Attendance. VICTORIA-ST, 1BUNBURY, Wedding and Birthday Cakes sup plied on shortest notice. Small Goods and Bread the Best. 9 and Stat itiagie, CARE'S BUILDINGS, BUNBURt NdW OPEN: Bendigo Gap, Nov. 19. December Hdp, Dec. 13. I Conuaunicate with Hobart dirtfot by every mail. 'Phone 52. ' W&- iiSHSSfT1 ^J Head office and ff*^ .. Show Yaid'. ? I - l@ot'|yito,: H Three Minutes ^ . walk West of || ' ' Station. ^i OBlffl EggBS8®ffeC30'' , -v- ;, .? , ? i Aacsaft: , L ' -- v-^4. , -' ?-»T.9 C. R. BOLL. j ' * ' -3 f,l M6offoo2lfC(s2 W...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 5 November 1919

Upper Bsrunswick Road;— ? On;;the request of ^ Mr A E Clifton^' it was decided to ascertain whether this road had; been declared closed. Mr Clifton said that another road was now being used and the old survey was useless. Australind Road,—- rOn.ther motion; of Mr M Clifton^ it was^debid^d & obtain the cost per chain of the new formation upon this road North Ward — Messrs Cook and Wickham were authorised to call tenders tor urgent formation upon! Brpckmau and Jackson Roads. The tenders -will be passed by /the. chair*^ man*; J

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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 5 November 1919

[?] o Mails close at the Bunbury Post Office at 1.40 p.m. on the dates mentioned for the places indicated:— dnitei Kingdom, Nov. 15. Eastern States, Nov 6. Ejfypt, Nov. 5 and 15. Asia. Nov. 15, N.W. Ports, Nov 11.

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Burekup. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 5 November 1919

[?] ; A very, pleasant evehirig was spent in the Burekup Hall on Wednesday, the igthmlt., the occasion being a social evening organised by the mem bers of the Girls' Club. A large' number of people were present, in cluding, visitors from Brunswick, RoelandS, Australind, Waterloo, Paradise1 and Bunbury. Musical items were rendered by Miss Kitschke and Dungey, Mr G Rossiter and Master Bert Muldoon. Mr McCon nill kindly acted as M.C. while Miss C Muldoon accompanied the singers, aud with Mrs Pilmer, supplied the dance music. Dancing and cards were indulged in until the small hours when the rendering of the National Anthem brought the evening to ~a happy conclusion.

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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 5 November 1919

Uai mi Ssiier alB Boyanup Parish— The services next Sunday are as follows: — xg a.m., Capel, Holy Communion; 3 p.m., Stratham ; 7.30 p.m., Boyanup. Hay ward's New Premises.— It has been impossible to complete the new premises in time to open for the Show, but the windows are dressed, and both residents and visitors will find an inspection well worth the time spent Unlicensed Vendors of Milk — At the last meeting of the Bunbury Board of Health, an urgent request was receiyod from a number of lic enced dairymen, asking that they should be protected from the com petition of persons, who were selling milk without the necessary licences. The letter showed the advantages that the latter sellers had, as they had not to comply with the stringent conditions laid down by the by-laws After discussion, it was decided to invite the dairymen to meet too Board at its next meeting, and place their grievances before the members. Angling — The fish are returning to the bay, estuary and river, and on ...

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The Bunbury Dramatic Club THE PASSPORT." [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 5 November 1919

The Bonbon 'Jraiitle llyi THE PASSPORT.' The energetic work of Mr Harry Betteridge, as advertising manager, had awakened public interest in the work of our talented amateurs long before Tuesday night last and every body in the district was looking forward witn pleasurable anticip atio'n to the opening night of th@ 'Passport.' Mr Betteridge's won derful posters were none too good for the excellent acting that they an nounced and the comedy was carried out with -dash and nerve that marked careful rehearsal backed up by ability Before remarking upon the play it would perhaps be as well to give credit to those whose work helped in the arrangements that ensured its success. Firstly there were the two striking scenes paintsd by Messrs Boulden and Straw, which made a most effective setting. The furni ture, lent by Messrs C and H Locke was worthy of the piece, then came the bewitching costumes emanating from the skilful fingers of Miss C Me Kay and her staft, and last but far from least, th...

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The Bunbury Herald Special Cable Service. THE GOLDEN MILE IDLE. Kalgoorlie, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 5 November 1919

The Bufihury Heraldl Special Calk Strifee. THE eOLOEl IILE IDLE. Kalgoorlis, November ±. Recently the Miner's branch of the Australian Workers Union decided to refuse to work with Non-unionists I after November 1st. That decision was put into effect this morning, with result that all the mines on belt, with the^ exception of the Kalgoorlie mine which employs mostly Nationalists, have been compelled to shut down. The miniHg branch of the A.W.TJ. is holding- a meeting at Boulder this morning, and it is stated that they are demonstrating at Chamber of Mines this afternoon. I

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Harvey Road Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 5 November 1919

Hamr ted Beard. There was a full attendance of members:- at the ordinary monthly meeting of the Board on Saturday morning last, when Mr T Hayward presided over Messrs Smith, Cook, A E and M Clifton, Castieau, Wick ham and Manning. ThSfSecretary (Mr I Stewart) pre sentad tbe following financial report. Seceipts : Rates ,£141/2/6 ; Water, S2/8/ ; Licenses, ^7/5/ ; Rent ^'g/8 ; General-£3/si/8. Accounts for pay ment : Soad Board ^299/ig/g ; Drain age /4/x3/4 5 Health ^51/4/4. Bal ances : Treasury, or, ^94/5/ ; Bank, dr, ^259/5/7 ; Drainage, cr, £51/1 1/5 ; Health, drf £150/17/1. Correspondence Mr Larsen requested that a road should be cleared behind Mr Snell's block. Mr Stewart said that even if the track were cleared, it would be useless in. winter, as in places there were three of four feet of water upon it. It was decided to make an in spection. Gollie-Brunswick Road— The Pub lic Works Department wrote asking that the sum of £150 allotted for tfeis work should be paid into the Treas...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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GIGANTIC STRIKE IN AMERICA Montreal November 4th. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 5 November 1919

sieaine strike in m _ Montreal November 4th. A Fittsburg message says that an extraordinary Session of the Penny sylvania Federation of Labour auth orised its Executive Council to issue a State wide strike as a protest against the Federal Governments' attitude in connection with coal strike.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 5 November 1919

We want you fco call on us and get our. prices and catalogues of the following : — ,,.. Ford Oars and Ford Trucks, Studebaker Q&r® . Indian, Triumph, and Douglas Motor C ycjte. Armstrong's famous ladies and gentlemm'M^wh Bicycles. Stocks on tend. 'We can ©ra-nge sp®pwk%®$m.® W© also ha»fe large stocks o£ Bunlop an$..;CM©cl Y*air Jfofcor Qovers and Tabes ;- and al^ot^iftjpQjfcDPi : accessories. N Massey'-H^ms MacMsQi^j. ? Dobbsea New Home, and Bobbies Special Sawing Machines (stocks en hand). Mallooh Bros, (all their lines), including Alston Windmills, Ridd Milking Machines, and Dreadnought Tree Fullers, etc., etc. Megffitts Linseed Meal. Adamax Roofing Felt. We stock everything you require at prices equai to Perth at the Btiniwy, Harrqgui, Wiil§ps mi Sdiim, Aff® l^owa throughout the '§outh-W^pt, WE. KEEP' ONLY THE BEST, J. Moiakli0iis89 Victoria Street, liiiiff9 '(Late Monkhouse and Hanson) . La*ge St@s!b« L@w F?g^f9e~ Prompt . Bjjg&ray* i- U ' r/: ? :':' r Are-. ......

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 5 November 1919

. . ' iUUVU/. .... I J ? ~ ? ?' i -TTTTT .? . -- ,lle;;Hb^k,GsaatealIy. Sftoated Hotel fc&,B®a&i?y. ; Proprietor. Wines Beers, and Spirits of the Finest Quality ; -v ?,.-.. , ? ? \~ .. ?? : .? . Most Popular Billiard Sooijv in .the Ijowij. Every Convenience and Comfort for Boarders at Reasonable Rates. 'WHEM I'M PERTH STAY AT THE ,,6s , $$g . per Day. .... 35s peF Week, Hot and Cold Baths. Electric Light and Lift to all Floors. The Country Visitor^ Home from I *........:. . ..SFEEE MOTOR GARAGE. . -?: ,. ? .'??'. Victoria Ste@@t, Bjimjbtfvy*'' ...,..,,,.? . Tljtf latgest and most comfortable Lounge Bat in the South-West. I Electric Fans,, Coolness and Rest. All Drinks- off the Ice. . I -' Afesofotely Only. SWAM: BEER Diawa. .';-'&:B.. GOCKS - ?????- ? ,?'.. . fcwpiitwV j Under ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT. ..... Beautiful drives among the most Superb Scenery in W.A. .. ... ? . As Ideal Spot for a Quiet Holiday. 850 feet above sea level. All local produce used at t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 5 November 1919

profshetor - a. e. moore. / A Delightful Oounfay Holiday Resort. - JSbbj motoring distance of Busaelton and -T the Caves. J ^ %i,i.. Best Liquors only Stocked. 3 I TUP' ^*^ ^ -— ^ __ -p !On« Minute from Beach and Batho. V * Swan Beer ?£*?»* £ Daniel Crawford's Bulk Whisky i Ha 6d per bottle. ? S. C AVERILlT Proprietor. f ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 5 November 1919

Stephen street, Bunbur#\ K; The .. PRiNCE 'is the Most Th^h and Up-to-date House 1 — , ; y , , m the Metropolis of thje SQuth-West. Opposite Railway Station. Unrf«. NT ' ®*&enhi*^W \ !-,.' r , . a11 theJmnoat up-to-date Conveniences. °CaDllD°' and Trfephon* N*S '* Tele&rams P^ptly attended to. A. R... Franklin. -^^^as^ffg^J^l's Photoplays) Proprietor. I B3Sffi^COmm(?c^tibn ^Visitors. ? motonsts sspeeially catered for Commercial Travellers please Se Under I entirely New Management. ' v:^-y -?:?/ ??? ..;? :.????;'? ;; ? ^ If yow've irawa an overdraft on tke bsak of ¥e«'ll fSglf yoursdf with a draught of ;From. All Besc Brands of Penfolds Stocked. From'11 I ?3c8« sP|en^!^ Family Port ^^ ? **a Per Glass ®fl0 '?''[ Ho Johnsons Fs'@pg-i©t©r. Open for Accommodation on MONDAY _______ SEPTEMBER 1st. ' ? ??? . A ?9ldier.is compelled to go where he is sent. You are master of your own actions and able to pic* and choose. , , Tt? choice for Sj)_ecfcacle?. naturally falls on the l...

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The Federal Elections. THE SWAN ELECTORATE. THE COUNTRY PARTY CANDIDATE OPENS THE CAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 5 November 1919

[?] THE if AH ILieililTE the eoBUTRr run mumirwim im nmmu J¥? 1J*- Prowse» ^e selected can didate of the J-Farriiers and- Settlers' Association, opened his campaign on Saturday evening last at the Bedford , The Mayor (Mr W. L. .Thomas) presided, and introduced the candid-' ate ma short speech, in which he referred to the honorable position Mr Frowse had held as Mayor of Perth and the active interest he took in philanthropic and patriotic move-, ments. ' Mr Prowse, who had an excellent' reception on rising to speak, said that, unfortunately, there were too few townspeople who nnA^a^^A ^«- what the Country- Party, stood. The » and the Association which nadcreated that Party, were only seVen years old, yet the Association bad already over 200 branches in [WesterH- Australia, of which about half were in the Swan Division. I 1 nis - was an indication that the Farmers and Settlers' Association iiad every, ground for contesting and expecting to win the seat. The con stituency was a rural o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 5 November 1919

-. ? ? ? ? * f ^v. . . When you're feeling a bit ~ __^. 'heady*' and nothing seems to rtjtfff|||f|h go right because you're not feel- .. ff^wBBIt ing absolutely fit — just take one ' f^ '^^^M or two of -. ' (]L «£.V before retains;, and see how . //jMkffin-^II^tff ' magically they change your out- ^FTvmiir I 'TT* I look on things in general. JKZ-J^^Wa i While acting as a mild, but jjfc~ \fS, efficient, laxative, they tone up -J*'~^$£E:i_/^ and clear the system and impart ' ^^gTg^^ that feeling of light activity so j fRJHPi I U essential to Summer comfort. yK^il^^w'^^P^^II^I^^^^ : Is. 3d. per Bos l^^M/fM 3^pj^ft but there's a gold miae of health in every one.^Oalfto-day for a box. Sole Agents : Chemists, Biahbury. Telephone No. 71. E--* ? ? -r - . .] Means SEEDSMEN, FLORISTS, N«*sefym®ii. SEEDS, FRUIT TREES, ROSES, VINES, TREES, CLIMBERS. ? Catalogue Post Free. Only Address : IIS QADOAriT C5T* PERTH. KOOM3ANA ELECTRIC ROLLER FLOUR MILL BUNBURY ON SALE by the undersigned— . & ...

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Trinity College of Music. PRESENTATION OF CERTIFICATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 5 November 1919

Trinity College of lusic. - — ♦ — . PRESENTATION OF CERTIFICATES. . The distribution of certificates and prizes in the local centre of the Trinity College of Music, London, took place in the Rechabite Hail on Friday, the 31st ult. There was only a small attendance of teachers and pupils. The chairman ' of the local committee, Mr W. L. Owen, officiated, and the following awards were made by the local committee :— First Steps j Lucy Nenke (book) ; preparatory: Ena Boor (bronze medal); Junior: (singing) Cecilia Lucey (silver medal); Intermediate (violin) Karl Meyer (gold medal) ; Senior: Olga Urquhart (gold medal); Higher Local: Josephine Mary Buswell (gold medal) ; Higher Exam : Doris : Minnie Bettes worth A.T.C.L. (gold medal) Kathleen Mary Power L.T.C.L. (gold medal). The president, in presenting the awards, expressed his pleasure at presiding at the distribution. It was pleasing to find an increase in the number of candidates each year, the entrances, for 1917^ greatly exceeding th...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 5 November 1919

Cricket. ? ?* ? A public meeting was held at the pastime club rooms on Monday even ing when there was a fair attendance j Mr F Hamilton presided and, after welcoming the visitors, pointed out bow important it was to re-establish iue national game in the district. He referred to the history of cricket m Bunbury and hoped to see its old glories revived. Mr McKernan, hon Secretary said j hat the Pastime Club had decided to form a Cricket Club, but it was no use doing so if there were only one club in the town and players had to depend for their matches upon visits I to or from country clubs. He con sidered that each of the football clubs nouia torra a cricket team, as it was a good way of keeping the members together throughout the year. Mr Scott, of the South Bunbury Club had mooted this idea. I A resolution to the effect ' That it j is desirable to form a Cricket Associ ation in Bunbury ' was carried. Mr Marshall said that he consider ed that a team of older players could be organise...

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Social and Personal [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 5 November 1919

Social and Personal, — ?» 1 At the Municipal Chambers, Bus selton, on Tuesday evening last, an address, appreciative of the services of the late Const. Cahill, and a pres entation was made to that deceased gentleman's widow. On October 25th, at the Bishop's I Chapel, Perth, Alfred Howard, younger son of the late J. G. B. Drake-Brockman, was married to Alice Gertrude, widow of the late Major Clement Gregory, and third daughter of Mr E. A. Griffith, Collie. The ceremony was performed by his Grace, Archbishop Riley. We hear that Mr Harold Boas is expected back from England this month. Mr and Mrs Stirling Taylor have been compelled to return to Bunbury I owing to the Great Western Strike. Mr Chas. Hutton, who was recent ly severely injured at Collie, is pro gressing favourably. , Mr V. R. Johnston, of the Cascad es, Greenbushes, is visiting Bunbury, and after the Show, will motor to Perth. Mrs Johnston is in Perth with her mother, Mrs BrockmanJ who has had a very severe illness.) Mr Joh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 5 November 1919

'SUPER FOUR' totoS* Valvfih?1^6' £3St in 0,ne block' Intake Valves in h*ad, A NEW TYPE OF FINE CAR Rich In Detail :: Strong in Endurance suoDh I m!i?CrJ Hulso° Company of .'Super-Six' fame are out to IS to men ^i ?L«ht C^ 3t a P°pular Price- The *SSEX will andconstrSo? exTfnen£? on amount of its clear advantages in design Smfor' safet iJ tcomblfnesat minimum cost the exclusive features of SSh ori'ced «« V ^'Performance and beauty, that are the attributes of mSfaa^T* ^6 adv,antage oflow first cost, tyre economy, light operative cost and minimum depreciation. Consider what the Essex can do can^hioertr^rkablyJc?mpact ^-cylinder engine develops 55 h.p. and is a?£in a tlSE ***** ?' 6XCeSS °f 6° m*h-p- ^rom a stand&g stet it can nofhTnarSl?^din2f° S6COnds' 58*mile pace iD 52 seconds-leaving effirtt, ? bed.es'edJas far as acceleration is concerned. Its maximum tfSln2Z?^med atj*? speeds from I2 t0 48 miles per hour. ThS call' Tng speeds lt develops foU.paww, and it does so economi T...

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