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LOVEKIN'S DIRECT ACTION. Melbourne, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 5 November 1919

UfSriiii @ Pisa Els I illiiSUlio Melbourne, November 4. M Lovekin, of the Perth. ..' Daily News ' has succeeded in his negoti ations for the purchase of a ship. The prioe agreed upon is £144.800. The vessel will convey prim ary produce from Australia to America which will be sold for dollars, and goods, including paper will be purchased therewith, for return to Australia, thus saving exchange and conversion charges.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
IRELAND. London, Nov, 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 5 November 1919

IRELAND. ? *r ?» London. Nov. A. Masked men raided police barracks at Balliver (West Meath) and sur prised and killed the sentrj. They seized five riflos and two revolvers, besides a considerable auantitv of ammunition. The men escaped, and no arrests have been made. A stirring night encounter took place at an isolated police barracks near Na^an (Meath County). A long exchange of shots ensued and ultimately the attackers were beaten off. A sergeant was shot in the head and ribs, but continued to fight, de spite his wounds, until the raiders made off in motor cars. It is feared that the sergeant will lose an eye. No arrests have been made. Later. Ix-ish raids occurred simultan eously. Another account of tke,r Balliver affair states that 'the constabulary put up a gallant defence. The firing lasted 20 minutes, when 'the constable described as a sentry was killed. The raiders, who were iu superior force, overpowered the remainder of the defenders and sacked the barraoks.

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

Public Holidays. Uaa ta!loflria$ a;-KJ i/s b:i'e been. proclaimed. Thursday, 6th November Bunbury Wednesday 12th „ Bridgetown Thursday 37 „ Boyup Brook

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MELBOURNE CUP MEETING. (By Special Wire). [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 5 November 1919

WOHE gyp MiillUg. — sr - ? ? (By Special Wire). Hurdles.— Satrillo i,Lady Regie 2, Silver Heart 3 (10). Railway High Weight.— Colonel Chutney, 1, Mich ael the Brave 2, Girralong 3 (5). November Nursery. — Capella 1, Delight 2, Midilla 3 (4). Melbourne Gup.— Artilleryman (Lewis) 1, Rich mond Main (Killorn) 2, Two Blues (Hillyard) 3. Other starters were : Kenniquhair, Lucknow, Prince Ver idis, Nightwatch, Snub, Telecles, Ian 'Or, Chrome, Dick Meagher, Menin, Millieme, Kienegetis, Ard naree, British Arch, Clever Jim, Kenilford and Sunny Boy. Betting : 5 Lucknow, 7 Nightwatch or Chrome, 10 Artilleryman or Richmond Main, 33 Two Blues. Milleme made the run ning to the turn, but into the straight Artilleryman ran to the front from Dick Meagher and British Arch, and coming on won comfortably by six lengths from Richmond Main, with Two Blues half length off third Then followed Chrome, Snub with Prince Verides last. Time 3 mins 24^, sees. Steeple Chase.— Vainton 1, Compromise 2, Tirrupinan 3....

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

iff & P ^ r ' cP Si ' ' * ? | « When better Cars are built BUICK will build them.' i Recently a motor trip was made by Mr. F. Quilty, from Cloncurry, North. Queensland to Wyndham, I Northern Territory. The trip occupied less than 15 days, and no car troubles were experienced. THE I CAR, OF COURSE, was a 'BUICK.' '1 Oa Saturday last, Mr Fred Mnrray, of Hay, N.S.W., arrived in Perth per motor, the trip having i been, carried out without the slightest trouble, aot even a tyre pump having to be used during the jour? 1 ney. Needless to- say, THIS OAR WAS ALSO A ?« BUICK.' yf In New South Wales, the Automobile Clubs conduct a number of Petrol Consumption trials to deter I mine which cars give tie most service for the least fuel consumption. ' BUIC£S ' won the last three 1 test- '?...??. I Local Agent - - DaSgety & Co., Ltd. I '' PROGRAMME IN THIS I PAPER. | ^_ ? . ? - (Late C. Anderson) Hctom Street, Bunbury '. Aitharised News Agent. Stationery, d Fancy Goods, Toys, etc, |...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

I f ©pi. i Ith, iiiiio Many a woman endures with noble patience the daily misery of backache, pains around the hips, nervous spells, dizziness and urinary disorders, hope less of relief because she doesn't know what is the matter. Ifc is not true that every pain in the back or hips is 'trouble peculiar to the sex.' Often when the kidneys get congested and inflamed such aches and pains follow. You can tell it is kidney trouble if the secretions are dark colored, contain sediment; the pas sacres are too freemen t or spjuif.v. Then help the weakened kidneys. Don't expect them to get well alone. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills have won the praise of thousands of women. Read this statement. Mrs S.Bairdr Jones Street, Collie, says i~u'J±s the result of my Jridneys not working properly I suffered agony from- backache. The pain was at times' almost unbearable, and. I. could scarcely get abodfc. Jt was im possible for me to stoo p without auf ? feriag agony, as an awful pain used to strike me a...

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Greenbushes. Coming Events. November 6.—Children's Fancy Dress Ball. November 7—Adult's Fancy Dress Ball. Repatriation. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

8r§ent;y§ti§§. (From Our Correspondent) Coming Events. November 6.—- Children's Fancy Dress Ball. November 7— Adult's Fancy Dress Ball. Repatriation. The Committee met in the Road Board Hall on Tuesday, the 28th October, when Messrs J Lindsay (chairman), C R Scott, T Meldrum, E Parrish, E Robinson and the Sec retary were present. Apologies for non attendance were read from Messrs J May and A Cowderov. A letter was read from the Land Board stating that R G Richards was eligible to obtain assistance, and Messrs Meldrum and Scott were de puted to inspect the property for the development of which .the cash was required. Mr F H Cox's resignation as a member of the Committee was ae. cepted with regret. With regard to a letter from the Deputy Comptroller re J Shaw's, application Messrs Lindsay and May are to interview Mr Shaw and obtain further particulars. Mr A Cowderoy, resigned as a member of the Executive the Com mittee accepted the resignation with regret and Mr H S Bare^more was aske...

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The Bunbury Herald SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8. THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

The Bunbuty Herald SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8. THE FEDERAL ELEOtlONS. Mr Lov&kin seems to bes uafortu nate in regard to the attainment of his very laudable ambition to serve his State in the political arena. That he is in many ways well qualified to serve is Parliament with distinction has been abundantly proved by bis energy aad capacity in tbe conduct pi uis own extensive private affairs ja.ined to a. very meritorious record of public service. There are, it is true, many men highly successful in their own affairs who have never displayed either capacity or inclination for pub lic .work But no lack of public spirit can be alleged against Mr Lovekin. He is one of the farseeiag few to whom the capital city^of the State owes that regal public donriiu. King's Park. He is one of those who helped to fouad that beneficent insti tution, the Children's Hospital, and it is largely to his guarding care that it has achieved the very 'great mea sure ad success which all members of the communi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

N®st Lysic Theaite©, Bought at Phone 94. Near Federal Hotel, South Buabnry. A splendid assortment now on Sal© FRESH~PISH. SMO-KEDFISH, BAIT Daily All Supplies Guaranteed. So«th:WiiR$hSippIiO®. Corner Victoria and Symmonds Streota, BUNBURY. -^ Address correspondence Miohhlis & Athanb NURSE BRIGHT Has Superior Accommodation during and waiting ACCOUCHEMENT. TERMS MODERATE. Arrangements made for Children. Doctors in Attendance. Zo@ St?@^ Bunl»u*y. VICTORIA-ST, BUNBURY Wedding and Birthday Cakes sup plied on shortest notice. Small Goods and Bread Hie Best. Wo JJli JctU 1 5 asi^ Ststl®5agf 9 OARR'S BUILDINGS. BUNBURY NOW OPEN: Bendigo Cup, Nov. 19. December Hdp; Deo. 13. 1 Communicate with Hobart direct by every mail. Phone 52. ' , Syi§t5 -'- * Head Office and ^^tf8^**^ Show Yard: I^^S Three. Minutes gfliSm walk West of mm mmm® g§, pi., With which is incorporated Assets Exceed .£6,000,000.! The Lowest Rates for all classes of F5po ara«2 Acel«3en6 ImiiSB'anco. Geo. E. Clarke, Distr...

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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

Mai! lutiiis. Mails close at the Bunbury Post Office at 1.40 p.m. on the dates mentioned for the places indicated: ? United Kingdom, Nov. 15. Asia. Nov. 15, Egypt, Nov. 15. N.W. Ports, Nov-U. America and Canada, Not. 15. 1 South Africa, Not.; 22. .

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Wattle Cultivation. III. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

Watth iultlvatloa. ? « ? (By 'Acacia'). in. r It may be interesting to those who are considering the advisability of going into wattle culture on a portion of their laad, to learn that the pro ceeds accruing from the sale of the bark do aot necessarily measure the whole of the monetary returns that may be derived from such cultivating Increased production is one of the most pressing problems of the day, and^ those whose qualifications and position enable them to form sound judgement, are unceasing in their endeavour to bring about a greater output, not only from our primary, but from our secondry industries as well. The forests of the world are being searched for new and hitherto unutilised products that may be of service in industry. Producers are also being urged to increase the supply of those products that are already yielded by the forest and in commercial use. The wattle is a case in point. Power, alcohol and oils derived from vegetable sources are iu constant and increasing u...

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Shipping. VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

gfiippifgg. VBS8EI8 in Port; Premier, Dredge. ? Barque Garthnei II 1340 tons, (Mil lars' T. and T. Co, Ltd, agents.) , S.s. Lameroo. % Arrivals. Not. 4 a.s. Kurnalpi. Not. 4 s.s. Lameroo. . Departures. Not. 1, e.s. Plaueri. Not. 4, s.s. Kurnalpi.. Not. 6, Barquentine Uniom La Digue. Eipeoted Arrivals. S.s. Huntress, (Millars' T. and T. Co, Ltd, agents.) Notes.

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BLOWFLY AND OTHER PESTS. An Angry Scientist and an Unconvincing Explanation. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

BLOWFLY AND OTHER I»ESTS. An Angry Scientist and an Unconvincing Explanation. Readers will remember (says 'The Land') that Prof essor Lefroy visited Australia in connection with .the wheat weevil infestation and subsequently the Commonwealth Government arranged for him tdreTvisit. Australia to. report oh .methods of com bating grain weevils, the blowfly pest, woolly aphis, the spread of prickly pear, St. Johns Wort, and also to inquire into the possibility of establishing the silk industry inAustralia. He was to come for twelve months at a salary of £3000 per annum and expenses,' but the vast scope of the investigation would have entailed a much longer stay. Professor Lefroy subsequently withdrew from the arrange ment. ' ? ' . - Professor Lefroy explains why he was obliged to do this irr a letter to the editor of the 'Land.' -_Irir- the course of this letter he says : — -, ? ' \ : . 'The sole .reason' why I am asking the Australian ~ Government to release be is that a committee with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

^^^^^ - . , ? '-- ? ? Jl%$*t Opened -A. IP®w ©saly ^ggy ^ ^ 2JJ jg? No on« likes to SHOW FRECKLES, so use 80. Qe3. So. y ^ A IS) TO P$L. (Tttf*^ CHEMISTS* \^JH&Iu£J£ii @g ^^Po^ BUNBURY. I Something for that New H g A Geiwake Wedgwood I I ; . China Pinner Service 1 S oi sixty- six pieces. m if ; . Blue Grosvenor Pattern. m ( — : ? TRY ? — Grocers and -lartiire Merclaets. That is where you will get Satisfaction and Best Value for your money. Traveller calls and Orders Delivered Pmmptfy. Telephone 128. Chmsi@@ SfF@@t, ©unbury. ^ - At th® LYRIC THEATRE ; ''. :' . Bunbury. ^^ ^—^ ^* ^™ ?» ?? ^amm^^^ y i , One Night Only. v' - The Company wil{ cousist of: — Miss EUa Laugley ? ... ... Mr Turner Miss Maxiuai McKenzie ... ' ... .... Mr Laurence - , , . Miss Marjorie Mclntosh ... ... ... Mr Austin Miss Eva Gordon ... ,?«?'. ... ... ... Mr Tyle Miss Joy Rotls ? ... ... ... Mr Cooke Miss Bursey ... ... ... .... . ... ...t x Popular Prices - - 3s, 2s and Is. Central fasapeg. '1 (Late C. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

We want you to call on us and get our prices and catalogues of the following ; — . $&rd Cars and Ford Trucks, Studebaker Gars. Indian, Triumph, and Douglas Motor Cycles. Armstrong's famous ladies and gentlemen's Push Bicycles. Stocks on itand. We can arrange special t@rms We also have large stocks of Dualop -and Good Year JMo^or Covers and Tubes and all other motor accessories. Massey Harris Machinery. Dobbies New Home, $nd Dobbies Special Sewing Machines (stocks on hand). Malloch Bros, (all their lines), including Alston Windmills, Ridd Milking Machines, and Dreadnought Tree Pullers, otc , etc. Meggitts Linseed Meal. Adamax Roofing Felt. We stock everything you require at prices equai to Perth at the Darrogin Craing % Jfgtncy £o. Differ : ;-- ? General Merchants, Bunbur y, Narrogin, Williams an & SuMaco. Are known throughout the South- West. Ev^fy Le©daEi^ Lisa© St^sIkcsdL Owjtttfy Qgies® Receive Ptompt aad Skilled Atte@4t®a. . \ WE KEEP ONIiY THE BEST. y 'Phone 8O....

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Balingup Farmers and Settlers. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

Balingup Farmers and Settlaiis. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Balingup Branch of the Farmers and Settlers was held on the 1st the President, Mr H T Phillipps in the chair. Correspondence Mr F Cleveland apology for ab sence. Mr Kerr, thanking branch for sup port to Greenbushes application - for Bunbury excursion train on Decem ber 22nd - Numerous correspondence was re ceived re the forthcoming election campaign. Mr Walter Kingsmill, thanking branch for donation and outlining the work being done by Mr Fairbridge in England to secure financial assist ance to the farm school. ? ... Mr Percy Wickens will arrive in Balingup on Friday 7th and will lect ure in the Hall on tne 8th. He will be available for advice and assistance to settlers from the 8th to the 10th. Mr Wickens is the departmental ad versory officer for the dairying indus try. ' Vln reply to a question the chairman stated that it was expected that a government engineer 'would be in the district in a week's time to make a...

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Druids' Smoke Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

Dritids' Smoke SoeiaL ? A ? : ? A very pleasing function in the shape of a smoke social, in honour of the returned soldier brethren of the TJ.A.O. Druids was ,held in the Rech abite Hall on Tuesday evening, Nov. 4th. The tables were a fine sight to witness on entering, thanks to the good work of the secretary and treas urei, who spared no gains to do justice to the noble eveutV There were about sixty present, including Brethren of U.A.O.D., sis ter Lodges, and visitors. The chiair was takeu by the Arch Druid, Broth er W. MeCulloch, supported by the Grand Lodge deputies in Brothers Coles and C. R. Hill. 'On opening, the chairman ex pressed his gratification at seeing so many present to do honour to those who had done such splendid work during the last five years, and he asked all present to stand and salute the Honour Board, as a tribute to the returned Brothers and also in honour of those who would never return. Those present then rose and faced the Board in silence for a few minute...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

Envelopes, Luggage Labels, Bill heads, Circulars, Writing Pads, Dance Tickets, Ball Programmes, Visiting Cards, printed at the Bunbury Herald office. Write for quotes.

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The Show Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

The Show Ball. The annual Show Ball was held in the Bedford Hall on Wednesday, the 5th inst., under the auspices of the. Wellington Agricultural and Pastoral Society, and a large attendance of towji and country visitors was present. The Hall was beautifully decorated with flowers and greenery, and the music, supplied hy Partington's Orchestra, was . all . that could be. desired. A dainty supper was served during the evening, the long table in the sapper room was artifically decor ated with roses and fern. The Show Ball is always looked forward to as one of the social events of the year, and we congratulate the energetic Dance Committee on the great gu£; cess obtained. ..'? Amongst those present were the following : — Mesdames H. Rose, (black georgette) ; P Rose, (white' and georgette trimmed with gold; ; E Rose, (old gold tissue) ; CT Clarke, (peach blue aa d green gauze) ; Ray Clarke, (white georgette over silk) ; Lovegrove, (grey charmeuse) , Davis, Bridgetown^ (black net) ; Brock...

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