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

[?] /.-.From our Correspondent. Eight Hours' Day was celeb^afcad on the Recreation Ground on Monday 27th alt. The numerous events, such as log chops, sprints and child rens races alone made the day success ful from a financial standpoint, and the entrance fees, refreshment booth and sweet stall added about £20. to the funds. Several of the outlying districts were well represented in the attend ance, with a large sprinkling of com petitors from the town area. The Bed Gross ladies were again responsible for the refreshments. The preparation of the ground was ably carried out by Messrs P Port, Jeffery, Parkes, 0 Port and G Smith. Some of the chief events were: — 75 yards sprint, won by Don Goverley ; Tilting the Ring, Charles Trigwell (junior) ; Sheffield Handicap, W Han meer ; Returned Soldiers' Race ? (1), E Miller, (2); Bicyle Race, E Miller (1), Garfield Simth, (2). These erents were far above the previous years standard, as the ground was in ideal condition, not only for the compe...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Balingup. Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

Balingup. Coming Events. November 8, 8 p m.-r-Lecture by Mr Percy Wicken on dairying. Novemberio, 8 p.m. — Repatriation Committee Meeting. November 14. — Plain and Fancy Dress Ball in aid of Anglican Church. November 22. — Welcome Home Social and Dance. Mr J H Prowse, the Country Par ty candidate for the Swan seat, ad dressed a meeting of electors in' the Balingup Hall on 31st ult. Despite the shortness of notice fnere was a very good attendance. The chair was occupied by -Mr H T Phillipps, President of the Farmers and Settler's Balingup Branch. The candidate was well received, and at the conclusion of a convincing address was accorded a hearty Vote of confidence at the in stance of Mr J Hawter supported by Mr tf ONelson. 0 Fattorini. All the boys are back now, arid it is proposed to hold a social and dance in honour of the last to return, Ptes J Stallard, W Elliott, and A Moore and- Drivei? K Moore on the 22nd. The potato crops along the Lower Blackwood River are doing well ; the c...

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

Here and There An increase in the price of rabbit skins to 8d. per lb. 'will hasten the rabbits' decrease more than the ap pointment of a thousand inspectors. So says a writer in the Eastern press. Good horse sense in this | view, too. Lord Tellicoe's report on tne navai defences of Australia provides, it is reported, for an expenditure of] £5,000,000 yearly. Construction of eight battle cruisers in addition to subsidiary vessels such as cruisers, destroyers, and submarines in view. British Admiralty prepared to pro vide the Commonwealth with as many vessels of various classes as it may require. Difficulty is to maintain personnel of fleet. It may be remarked that sentences of two years' imprisonment for a mere foolish escapade is not likely to make the naval service po pular with free and independent Aus tralians, who have still vast fields of adventure open to them without go ing to sea. New Zealand stockmen complain- ; ing bitterly that while all the freez ing stores in the Domin...

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

i Ei^S&3 ' ' PHI I- '-.Tbe greatest vaSo® In ;| ; beneficial,-, long -lasting re- l§ ; - .fresbment you can possibly j| hmo ? I : 'Keeps' fe-efb cleao 30d 1 1 .breatfi sweet. Aids appetite 1 ^(^-^p^ m^ digestloOo ' I \^l ' Get if wherever confections I / lk\ ir@ m^9 i . \\ Made by H \ I | T\ WM.WRldlEVJR. Prop.Ltd« H \ ^ i ^ Sydney. N. S.W. fi| , w) SEALED TOUT — KEPT RIGHT 1 S/ ? .. ^ . ^^WVb . i . Opposite the Railway Station,.. ' ? BUN&URYe:l Motor Visitors by road will receive immediate attention by expert mechanics No delay. All parts and Accessories stocked. ? ?.'?? Your Tyre filled in 30 seconds. Pnonel76. ....-? THE O^E SHEEP DIP which did nofc ask i?r« and did nofc 'eed , ? i— -p-mp. iwiiiiiiii ? i ? rf»T,w-'f Tnriff Protection was the / AUSTRALIAN Mantifactofer The makers are quite content for it to sfcaud against the imported article ON ITS MERITS. ? We are sole agents in Western Australia for 'ROYAL SHEEP DIP. -' Full stocks are now available ♦ '' ' '''' ...

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OUR ORCHARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

OUR ORCHARDS. Interesting Figures and Facts— Are* Under Fruits— Grower* Urged to Supply Accurate Information — Con* trol of Pests— Valuable Work Done— Codlin Moth and Fruit Fly— Aphis Proof Cleopatras. Mr. Geo W. Wickens, the Officer in-Charge of -Fruit Industries, deliv ered an interesting address at the eleventh annual conference of the W.A. Orchardists' League, which has just been issued in pamphlet form by direction of the Hon. Minister for Agriculture (Mr. C. F. Baxter). The I following ' are some of the salient points of the address: There are 24,000 acres under or- ! chards in this State. Of this area 11,464 are growing apples. Apple growing was entered into upon this great scale because it was believed that a practically limitless demand existed overseas for apples. Western Australia comes next to Tasmania in regard to orchard acre age in proportion to population. She has 69 acres of orchard for every 1000 souls within her boun daries. This represents seven fruit trees for e...

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

Another Gold Rush MEANS Another Land Boom. PERTH SUBURBAN BLOCKS WILL SOAR, HERE ARE A FEW. GET IN NOW. THESE ARE ALL GUARANTEED ?- SPLENDID POSITION BLOCKS. LOOK AT THESE. ' (1) Three Lots each 5 acres. The lot . ;£75 cash, £90 terms — £i5 down, and £5 per month. Single lots pro rata. (2) Nine -J acre Lots right at Station. The lot £l8o cash. Terms (each: lot) £25 — ,£2 down and 3cs. per mpnthr (3) Four ideal Residential Blocks. No better offering ; each ^ ac. The lot £100 cash. Terms (each lot) £30— £5 down and 3os. month. (4) One block, lac. 2r. 32per., splendid ? soil. £25 cash, or terms £3o— £5 down and 3os. per month. (5) One 1 aore lotjjAYo frontages. \£lo 'cash, or terms £ii —£2Tdown and £1 monthly. ALL THIS LAND 18 LESS THAN 7 MILES FROM PERTHG.P.O. REASON FOD^SELLING : OWNER LEAVING W.A Write^for particulars— SUBURBAN This Office. SPRAYING OUTFITS. Hand and Power. BORDEAUX Bucket Spray Pump. FRUIT ALL Barrel Spray Pump. Single or Double Lead, with Auto matic Agitator. ECLI...

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ORGANIC FERTILISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

ORGANIC FERTILISERS. The Department of Agriculture ad vises that there is a serious shortage of blood and bone fertilisers in W.A. owing to the stoppage of shipments from the Eastern States. Owing to the heavy accumulation of general cargo . in Sydney and . Melbourne awaiting shipment west, the nnsitinn is not likely to be improved from that quarter for some time. Some substantial relief, to the position may be expected, however, in a fortnight or three weeks' time, as a shipment from the Government Meat Works at Wyndham is expected to reach Fremantle by the next trip of the Kwinana. The time is approaching when W.A. should be. able to supply itself in this direction.

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

. :? 7 Tie M®gt Caateafty SttoaW Hotel I® fkmbury. . ' ' * Proprietor. .... ?? . ? : ? ; ? f— — ? ?? ? Wines Beers, and Spirits of the Finest Quality Most Popular Billiard Room in the Town. Every Ccravenienca and Comfort for Boarders at Reasonable Rates. ??.. .';.-.? VvJnLJHdJDi jLT® FSJCIIII .:-^U- - STAY AT THE ?^liB,^®sfeiiFy Hot©! Ba 6d p@r Day. 3S« per Week. Hot and Gold Baths. Elecfcrio Lights and Lift to all Floors. Comfortable and Central, : :.Thc Country Visitors Home from Home, |FRBE MOTOR. GARAGE. Victoria Street, Btmtoey.* ? The largest and most comfortable Lounge Bat in the South- West. Electric Fans, Coolness and Rest. All Drinks off the Ice. Afcsofcitefy Only SWAN BEER Dfawn. JL Eo COCKS - Pfogglstof. Under ENTIRELY KE3W MANAGEMENT. Beautiful drives among the most Superb Scenery in W.A. A*. Weal Spot for a Quiet Holiday. 850 feet above sea level. ' ( All local produce used at the Hotel. JConveyances of all kinds for hire Pfogftetog ? ? ' W. R. RICHARDSON. lebuRT house...

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

§ ? .. ? ' ^ X &®mm&to&. - a, e. moore. . 9 \ A Delightful Country Holiday Resort. C Easy motoring distance of Busselton and if the Caves. J g Best Liquors only Stocked. / \ TUP /S=fe /«i tWi { One Minute from Beach and Baths, \ Swao Beer ^5,3? | Daniel Crawford's Bulk Whisky \ 1 Is 6d per bottle. - c S. C. AVERILL, Proprietor. /

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Science Chats. IV. ON DRAGONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

8eS|gi@i Hats, (By Arnold U. Henn.) IV. OlS DRAGONa x Most people have some, idea from pictures of what a dragon* looks like, though very few could give any sort of minute description of the beast. A number of quite distinct creatures, some living on land, some in the sea, are spoken of in the bible by a word which is translated 'dragon''. Ancient WeJsn chieftains, like many fighting princes of old days, bore a dragon on their banners, and were themselves called 'dragons' (Pen* dragon) ; and, ? when a knight slew such a chieftain, fabulous stories grew up as to his combat with, and slaughter of, a 'dragon'. The only dragon of the present day is the dragon of heraldry, which is maintained in proper form and with authorised attributes by the 'Her. alds'^ College'; but whether they consider him as large as a lion, or ten times as large, heaven knows! His body is lizard-like, and cover ed with scales resembling those of some lizards but unlike a crocodile). His head is not unlike that o...

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

Stephen Street, Bud bury. The' PRINCE' is the Most Thorough and Up-to-date House in the Metropolis of the Sou th- West. x w . w - Oreenousnes ? Opposite Railway Station. Under New Management. STANDARD BRANDS OF LIQUORS ONLY STOCKED. - GEORGE SHOOTER, Pmpetetos. e, ' , , ^ioift HfflrTO^ WoiB- and Miles of Orange Groves. Sg»©c5al Provisions mad© for Wt&ote End Parties arad Holiday Se«ker«. ' Compriaes over 16 Bedrooms Spacious Dining Room, . Parlors, Music and Billiard Rooms, Hot and Cold Baths, Motor Shed Stabling, and all the most up-to-date Conveniences. - \ * Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. : Telep&ona No. 34. i ; (Late of Hazell's Photo Plays) Proprietor. Bzcellent Accommodation for Visitors. Motorists especially catered for. Commercial Travellers please Note ! Under entirely New Management. ^Farmers, Orohardists, Commercial Men, Motorists, all will find at the above Commodious Hostelry the comforts of a first-class hotel. Union and all other lea'ding ...

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EGG-LAYING TESTS. Results at Hawkeabury College. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

EGG-LAYING TESTS. Results at Hawkesbury College. Farmers' Bulletin No. 123, issued by the N.S.W. Agricultural Department, reviews in. detail the results of the 1918-18 egg-laying tests at Hawkes bury Agricultural College. The con clusion of the test marked the end of the third year of wholly single pen testing- at the college. Egg produc tion, on the whole, was not as good as in the two previous competitions. The average to the credit of the 420 birds in the first year sections was not equal to the averages of the two previous years, but were superior to those of any other year. In the second year section the lay ing, of. the light breeds was on a. par with that of the previous year, but the heavy breeds showed better figr ures. The most important features of the competition were (1) the fine laying of the heavy breeds in the two years' test, following upon last year's good performance; (2) the very high tally secured by Mr. Judson's Black Or pingtons in the two. years' test; and (-...

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

?^t^^ ^b^. »-^^. \ss». -^s-. ^r^ x^s*. ^s^v -s^ ^s«^ \ssa- Ns^v xs®^ y&* ta^K ?^^s^ tf Oood results ®so obsessed is every case where Beechampo Pille em €a6esa € J Aa Important eesult among ethers is the relief of constipation. This i fi disorder Is oae source of many ef ika depressing aliments bom xrhicb ({ J people suffer. Ssvere headache, aervoua debility, lack of oaergy, ars P i fae^tasQtl7dts3 to thia cause aloao. laeehsm'a Pills have st ossa a laxative ft . 9 sad teals d&cst and ozonise -an invigorating influence upon the vrhola 3 J BfBtem. A kr& doses ose seaeeallj sufficient to remove iadigeotioa and to ® ft eesteta tfes stomach and liver to a state of normal activity. Tho happy f[ % Gmabdc££Qiko.tths pesaessloa rfgosd fesalth snouico &j aeoa osf erisaced ^ } fe BEECHAM'S PILLS are epedally 'suitable r.-r TcmaleTof all ages- 3 | -as& SeW « bozeo. labeUc-J price 10JJ (34 pills). 3/li f :-'» P;jlO & 2/9 { 16S Pffla ^J

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RHODE ISLAND REDS. A Farmer's Fowl. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

RHODE ISLAND REDS. A -Farmer's Fowl. . Abputthe hardest, and, in fact the most important thing that any begin ner, in the poultry business has to decide (says Mr. O. Wilson in 'Land') is which breed will he adopt, and ? if he is wise he will confine himself to one breed and specialise in it and en deavour to breed them as near per fection as possible, both as regards utility and exhibition purposes.. A fine breed for beginners desiring a dual purpose breed is the Rhode Is land Red. They are a hardy, vigor ous breed', and layers of a fine-sized brown marketable egg, particularly in the late autumn and winter months when eggs are in most demand. The chicks are active, lively little fellows, capable of hustling for. themselves at a very early age. They do not waste their energy in growing feathers when young, but the food consumed goes towards making flesh, bone, and muscle, and -not until over , two months old do they get a full set of feathers-; so that by two months, with good care ...

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

r s^mr\ 'Retn^^s9' Brand j^^^^^^\ NEW SEASON'S Hb^^I*' lemon E otter asid HRffin Fruit Mince Meat ? ^^^R^ HOW READY* \ « ? MANUFACTURED BY /#^I?;^X H. RAYNER& C0'J^^m S67 Newcastle Street, ^^^^^K/

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THE PASSING OF THE GOOD OLD HEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

THE PASSING OF THE GOOD OLD HEN. Tell me not in mournful numbers that the hen is pssing by, That she .doesn't earn her 'fodder' as the grain bill soars on high. Every time the greedy magnate gives the price of grain a boost Means the ? closing of the hen-coop and the downfall of the roost: In the world's broad field of battle, in j the stricken haunts ^f nien, They are crowding out the cattle and .. the meek and humble hen; And we've marked the disappearance of our one-time friend, the. Jiorse, As the puffing, panting motor spints its ;all uncertain course. i Our grave anl learned scientists are busy, as can be, Making substitutes for products erst while 'Made in Germany.' Can it be the time is coming when 'twill be their happy boast They can give the world a substitute for breakfast egg on toast? How We'd miss the cheery cackle of the plump Rhode Island Red, Tjie crowing of the chanticleer that -- calls us from our bed; r Oh, the echoes round the homestead will be void and empty wh...

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

Why should yellow peas be sent to Hammersmith? — Because that is the way to Turnhain Green (turn 'em green).

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

THK HAVE THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF UP-TO-DATE IN THE WEST. SPECIAL PRICE £48. Immediate Delivery on Trucks, Perth. NO. 12i SPECIAL FLEXIBLE STEEL HIGH TENSILE GALVAN ISED FENCING WIRE, £48 TON. GALVANISED BARBED WIRE, 14 GAUGE, 57/6 COIL. . NEW ZEALAND FLAX. REAPER AND BINDER TWINE, 8d. lb. When purchasing a Stove, be sure that it is a WESTRAL, and you will get the BEST STOVE ON THE MARKET, combining good Cooking Qualities with a minimum Fuel Consumption. Note our latest improvements on Nos. 1 and 2, viz. — Flange down each side to prevent mortar when dry from falling out. - AND MANUFACTURING CO., NEAR POWER HOUSE, EAST PERTH. Obtainable, from — - The Narrogin Trading & Agency Co., Ltd., Bunbury. J. G. Baldock & Co., Bunbury. *C. & H. Locke & Co., Bunbury. A 'BB' at Work at Government Gardens, Perth. Tme Most Efficient Sprinkler on the Market. Turntable on Floater — Cannot wear. . Thoroughly watertight — Made of Bolid brass. Greatest amount of work wi...

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FORESTRY IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Forests Not to be Treated as Mines. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

FORESTRY IN NEW SOUTH : wales. Forests Not to be Treated as Mines. The N.S.W. Government's forestry and timber growing policy has been : defined by the Minister for Lands as ^follows : — . 1. The retention by the Crown of ?all valuable or potentially valuable natural forest lands which have not been alienated. 2. The development of these areas so as to ensure the most thorough utilisation possible of the existing growth and to increase their produc tivity to the limit of their capacity. 3. The afforestation with softwoods of poorly - timbered, unproductive lands, with a view to making the New South Wales of the future independ .ent of imported supplies. 'The statutory minimum area of State forests,' said the Minister, 'has been fixed by the Forestry Act as 5,000,-000 acres, but the Government is desirous of seeing this area in creased to provide for the future ex . pansion of the State, and reserves and Crown lands throughout the State are now being examined with a view to revision,...

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

GALV. O. IROW PLAIN & BARBED FENCING WIRE (Iron and Steel). All gauges. Low Quotations for Forward Deliveries. High Grade AUSTRALIAN-MADE Machinery B BHaS H2^ S4225 tl^f « fiLSi H ? IvB B Ewa U fca H/P5& E?PS3 Road Rollers. Light Weight and Heavy Kerosene Tractors, made in Australia to suit Australian conditions. Portable and Stationary Oil En gines, Super-Diesel type, totally eliminating all ignition troubles. All engines standardised. Spare Parts Readily Obtainable. Catalogues and Prices from the Sole Agents for Western Australia: THE FEDERAL TRADING & ENGINEERING CO. LTD. .5, 6 and 7 Forrest Chambers, PERTH. Just Landed New Season's Crop. Extra Prime Quality, Price 9s. cwt. Potatoes, Onions, Blood and Bone Manure, Sulphate of Ammonia. McCORKILL Ltd. GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANTS, 99 JAMES STREET, PERTH. To Country Peeplal Do you know that The Bunkry Herald has THE MOST UP-TO-DATE JOB-^ PRINTING PLANT OUTSIDE PBUTH. Orders for Prfntfns Promptly A«qo-Ich3 So. 'P...

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