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STARVING EUROPE. Hundred Millions Too Many People. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

STARVING EUROPE. Hundred Millions Too Many People. -Mr. Hoover, the American Food Controller, in dealing with the ques tion of food supplies, declares that the high cost of living is largely due to intense speculation in foodstuffs and 'cornering' with a view to pro fiteering. He gives it as his opinion that the Western hemisphere cannot possibly supply Europe's deficiencies. Continued credits would only reduce Europe to economic slavery, leading to fresh wars. The only permanent solution is greatly increased produc tion and sustained individual effort. At present 15,000,000 families in Eur ope receive unemployment doles. Europe's population is a hundred mil lions in excess of its productivity.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

I- ? ? i In business in the one place for over 30 years, again up ? holds the Clements Tonic General Store, 39 Riley Strcot, ^ . East Sydney. 13/5/18 CLEMENTS, TONIC Ltd. 'I have been in business at the above address for over .39.- years, which is a. sure proof of my- eommercial. j position and bona-fldes, \ ' I have at various times (which is the way of the j flesh) got run down in nerve 1 strength, and saffered from [ minor ailments, which were cured by Clements Tonic. 'It was recommended to I me by . one of my customers, 1 who had herself taken it for [ loss of appetite and want of steep. 'It has made me feel better in health, brighter in spirits y^'m ikct quite young again.' (Signed) , ELIZABETH MUBFHI Do not forget this it the medieine (or you if you are down in health and norvy and completely out of : aorta. It make.' | lifi happy for you to live. Try it to-day | and get well | ALLCHEMI TS AMD STORES SELL 1 | \- IT i VERVWHERE | S ? lfir-ents ro-ii- Ltd., Rozel f. N.SAV. @

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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THE TUSSOCK MOTH [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

' THE TUSSOCK MOTH The following. report has been re ceived by the Under-Secretary for Agriculture (Mr. H. C. Trethowan) from the Government Entomologist: ?Tussock Moths (family Liparidae. genus orgyia) are of medium size, the antennae of both sexes, when wing ed, being pectinated or comb-like, those of the males very broadly so The species at present infesting fruit, ? -getable, and flower gardens in the metropolitan .arid hills districts has an apterous or wingless female having serrate or narrowly pectinate antennae. The adult male, which is winged, has the general colouration of the fore or front pair of- wings light cho colate brown, 'being crossed about midway with a patch of white bounded by two irregular wavy black lines. At the tip of the wings is also an irregular blotch of white through which passes an irregular faint dark line.' The. hind pair are of a light stone colour without pattern. The tip of the abdomen is clothed with a ? tuft of light stone coloured hairs. The w...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

DISTRICT AGENTS : Bunbury — Robert Forrest ; Busselton— h\ C. Carutheus ; Donnybrook— C. H. Woodurook Bridgetown— H. Lake : ? : d ' Harvey — P. J.'Ward. ' - ? -.- The Oldest Australian Office. Established 1&49. - Head Office for W.A.: Forrest Chambers, Perth. ' CKas. h. OURLEWIS, Resident Secretary. -': - Thp A-T^tlsoC JH MIP]35iISil0P« '' HAY STREET, PERTH. ' : ??PERIOD ? . ;. ' ?. ::.. ' ' V-:/. Whother it is Gothic, Mission, Chippendale, Jacobean, or Heppelwhitp, made in any Woods which are thoroughly seasoned and tested before they are manufactured by skilled and artistic workmen. I0D6B AND CLUB ROOMS a Specialty. ? ' ghadow and Tapestry Coverings from the best factories in the world, ready to be made up into the Lines you require. Oall and consult my Gutter and Designer about your Curtains.' He will fit you. ?._. ? ? Important ? ..; .... .*.??. - ;...:,: 1 ?, ? Take me into your confidence, and tell mo the amount you want to spend and what rooms you ' want to furnish. I...

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AS IT ENDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

AS IT ENDED. A certain clergyman who liked to act the peacemaker recently came upon two labourers in an Irish quar ter fighting, and, emboldened by his belief in the righteousnes of his task, pushed through the crowd and per suaded the combatants to desist. Let me beg you, my good fellows,' he earnestly besought them, 'to set tle your dispute by arbitration. Each of you chopse half-a-dozen , friends to arbitrate.' 'Hurrah!' yelled the crowd. 'Do as the parson ses, bhoys.' Having seen the twelve arbitrators selected to the satisfaction of both sides, the peacemaker went on his way rejoicing in the thought of hav ing again prevailed upon brute force to yield to peaceful argument. Half an hour later he returned that way and was horrified to find the whole street fighting, while in the distance police whistles could be heard blow ing and constables seen rushing to the. spot from all quarters. 'Good gracious! What is the mat ter now?' asked the clergyman. 'Sure, sorr,' was the reply, 'th...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRIBUTION OF POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

DISTRIBUTION OF POTATOES. The Minister for Agriculture ad vises that, owing to representations made by Mr. Thomson, M.L.A., an al teration has been made in the area in which potatoes are allowed to be distributed. The boundary of the prohibited area has been altered so as to extend trom Mundijong to Wagiri and thence south to Tingerup, exclud ing the town sites of Mundijong and Williams. . The alteration of tthis boundary allows potato -s to be sent to towns on the Great Southern line between Wagin and Tingerup, which, previous to. this, were included in the restricted area. The restrictions have been removed, as it has been pointed out to the Hon. Minister that prac tically no potatoes are grown in this area.

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

Harness the Cheap Power of the Wind Talk about utilizing our natural re sources! Why not make the wind lift water for you? Why not water your stock automatically? go as long as there is a breath of wind. They are going when others are stopped. They work 24 hours per day and ask only for a drop of oil every now and then. MADE IN YOUR OWN STATE BY METTBRS L4«S., Perth 139 Barraek St. & Centra! ilrcade, P@rth Our Cabbages and other Plants and Seeds are unexcelled .Lucerne, ?Subterraneum, Clovers and other Fodder Grasses Everthlng for the Garden. stocks Always on Hand. NARROGIN TRADING AND AGENCY CO., District Agents.

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NO SUCH MISTAKE FOR HIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

NO SUCH MISTAKE FOR HIM. The stingiest man was scoring the hired man for his extravagance, in wanting to carry a lantern in going to call on his best girl. 'The idea' he scoffed. 'When I was cbuftin' I never carried no Ian tern ; I went in the dark.' The hired man proceeded to fill the lantern. 'Yes,' he said sadly, 'and look what you got.'

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WASHING EGGS A BAD PRACTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

WASHING EGGS A BAD PRACTICE. The United States Department of Agriculture (states the 'Grocers' Magazine') is authority for the statement that more than 5-000,000 eggs spoil unnecessarily in cold storage every year because they have been washed or have in some other way become wet before being sent to market. The shell of eggs contains a gelatinous substance, which pre vents air and germs from entering the egg. Wash ing the eggs destroys this substance. Grocers receiving eggs they expect to keep ~on hand any length of time should not wash them, even if they are dirty. The dirt is. wholly on the outside, and only affects the appearance of the egg. Wash ing takes away /the freshness and flavour.. Many customers wilt not buy soiled eggs, but it is desirable that the grocer should explain these facts to his housekeeper patrons. Eggs can be partly cleaned by the use of sand paper. AVdry process of cleaning them, while not very satisfac tory, -will not injure- the contents. The public has ...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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AUSTRALIAN FOREST RESOURCES. Increase of Reservation Urgently Necessary. Mr. Holmah Moving. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

AUSTRALIAN FOREST RESOURCES. Increase of Reservation Urgently Necessary. Mr. Holman Moving. The N.S.W. Premier (Mr. Holman) has . ad dressed a letter to : the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) and to the Premiers of the other States,, based upon a resolution passed at the interstate forestry conference in 1917^ to the effect that the seriousness of the forest situation' demanded imme diate action with . a view of 'conserving all prime timber country within the Commonwealth. Mr. Holman pointed out that the total area prqtected throughout the six States for forestry was less than 18,000,000 acres and that it was estimated, that these could be increased to over 24,000,000 acres as follows: — * ? ? / - -Present Proposed Area, Area. Acres. Acres. New South Wales ? ;- 7,000,000 ? 8,000,000 Victoria . . . .? ' ? 4,000,000 . 5,500,000 Queensland ....'. ? 4,000,000 - 6,000,000 Western Australia .. . : . . 1,600,000 .3,000,000^ Tasmania v.- .. .... .. 1,000,000 ;a,500,000 South Australia / ? 176,00...

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THE WOOL POOL. Some Big Figures. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

THE WOOL POOL. Some Big Figures. The ctiairman of the Central Wool Committee (Sir J. M. Higgins), last month submitted a report of the- operations of the committee to date to the Acting Prime Minister (Mr, Watt). The figures for the season 1918.-19 for wool were 652, 109,672-lb.,. equivalent to 2,052,486 bales, which represented. an. inccease of 35,152,963-lb., equivalent to 115,554 bales, :over the figures for the previous season. The average price of wool appraised! as greasy was 15.34d. per lb., and for wool appraised in --a . scbitred state 25;84d. per lb., the whole, when reduced to a greasy basis, averaging 140.98d., being 3d. higher than that for the season 1917-18. The difference between this average and the flat- rate of 15|d. per lb: allows for a dividend of 3 per cent., representing £1,238,295/3/-. Deducting the wool purchased by local woollen^ and wooi-top manufacturers, the sales to the. Bri tish Government totalled 630,290,471 -lb., equivalent to 1,958,7685 bales. The ...

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

3p* -; This, implement, which we illustrate below is made of steel, -?| ' ^tk t*e exception of handles, which are constructed of wood. ;''{ ~ It is extended by the aid of a lever, enabling the operator to ??- i ? open it up to-its fullest when cultivating between rows of vege ?l ' tation, when they are wide ; on the other hand, he can close up to I ' suit narrower rows of cultivation. These machines are extensi-. :? vely used for moulding up work, for potatoes or other growths. . ; As scarafiers they are unequalled. The points are reversible. ' \ . enabling the users to obtain double wear from same. Bach ' machine is fitted with a gauge wheel to regulate the depth of . ! . cultivation. fe ? Orchard PI©WS -single and double fusbow). These plows are built entirely 'of spring steel, with steel bodies, and steel sole plates; they are fitted with adjustable draught clevises, which enables orchardists to throw their draught cle vises to either side of the plow enabling them to get up clos...

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

^ ^^_^__ C^6tfift3f£ tilt Illfiffei fe;1^^, f ' JfY dt\ '^'/JS^t^SS^'Jlr''^ writer's most important feature io its ^^^^^^^^Wl^S^^O 00^ 'FuH iMurttndiin from '. ROYAL Master M®&®19. No. 1O. ... ? JOHN MUTTALL, Propsistoffo / First. Olaas Accommodation for Visitors. Terms Moderate. IMS I. LANDAUER, PERTH. A combination of high frequency electric current and Ionic medica tion isTecommended by the highest authorities for . Ueuritis, 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 pleased to supply names for reference. For Sale* Large quantity of i Fruit Cases. I Apply— BUFNING BROS., Bunbury or Argyle. Upholstering, French Polishing, Enpe-?H-B^te P aeking, Mattnne? m°mttk %qm\ to How Apply— VICTORIA STREET, BUNBURY .Veterinary. ,,,.W,, Go SLOAN (Reg. W.A.V.B.) All kinds of operations performed with or without chloroform; Horses' Teeth a Specialty. Address :— Toron...

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

y . When you're feel]Dg a bit ^~ 'beadv'' and nothing seems to 2fi^H^fRik go right, because you're not feel- °'9P^£gp|pi ing absolutely fit— just take one fk W^R? before retiring, and see hpw ' - /^^^m^I^ff magically they change your out- . : ^^^MhU 'it' I look on things in general. /'^ gc=l#l II While acting as -a mild, but *\T\f& 1 efficient, laxative, th$y tone up )£^/^25:V_/^ and clear the system and impart ^^^''.— — .^' that feeliDg of light activity so ^§^^I11P§ \ essential to Summer comfort. J$ll\ W 7^^^^'^-%'^M mF£p§ Is. 3d per Fox '^^j^Mf^MMi but there's ,\ gold mine of health in every one,jgOall to-day for a box. , Chemists, Bunbury. l Telephone No. 71

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SPORTING. "HERALD" SELECTIONS. BELMONT PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

SPORTING. - 'HERALD' SELECTiO^:/; BE LMONT PARK RACES. Hurdle Races. — Dovyn Town jj Explore 2, Miarnui 3. Second Class Plate (First Division) — Paddett 1, Exfcoi-fcion 2. Kclowna 3. First Class Plate. — Venetian King 1, Loch Alma 2, Willow Grove 3. Second Class Plate (Second divi-' sioji). — Drury Lane 1, Betty Burke 2, Epsilon 3. Noveniber Handicap. — Bulgooroo 1, Wonopin 2, Jekad 3. Third Class Plate.— Frog Song 1, Nonplussed 2, Loch Vie 3. Welter Handicap. — Spalatto 1, Yalgai-2, Tutu 3. '

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BUNBURY SHOW A Successful Day Record Attendance [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919

[?] Record Attendance .-„ The 1919 Show of the Wellington Agricultural and Pastoral Society opened on Wednesday in perfect weather. The thunderstorms and rains of the preceding days had tho? roughly cleared the air and a refresh ing Seabreeze made the day an ideal one for pleasure seekers. On entering the ground a most attractive vista was -displayed. The oval was carpeted in luxuriant grass which extended over the banks. A. stroll round the arena showed that the Committee had greatly improved the arrangements for the comfort of the visitors and, instead of the fair way being crowded with exhibits of machinery these had been placed on J the west side of the grounds, on the 1 site of the old tennis pavalion. The side shows were placed against the north fence and this arrangement left a wide grassy promenade between the tents and the ring. The side shows were a record for the ; ground and attracted increasing streams throughout both days. These shows included the usual Darto!sr Cock s...

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

**;Wh^n better Cars are built BUICK will huild them.' ' / Recently junotor trip was made by Mr. F. Quilty, from Cloncurry, North Queensland to Wjradham, Northern Territory. The trip occupied less than 15 days, and no car troubles were experienced, 1HE GAR, OF COURSE, was a 'BUICK.' vOn' Saturday last, Mr Fred Murray, of Hay, N.S.W., arrived in Perth per motor, the trip having been carried oat without the slightest trouble, not eren a tyre pump having to be uaed-dunng the jour ney. Needless to say, THIS OAR WAS ALSO A ' BUICK.' . In New South Wales, the Automobile Clnbs conduct a number of Petrol Consumption trials to deter mine which cars give the most service for the least fuel consumption. ' BtJIC&S won the last thre» test. Local Agent - '? - Dalgety & Co., Ltd. , Country Residents desirous of receiving a copy of the above should send in name and full address Without delay. It is the most helpful Guide for shopping by post obtainable, containing compre hensive part...

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

\ '??Mflaamr I SHEDSMEM, ; (FLORISTS NsH?sef?ym-mJ I SEEDS,. FRUIT TREES, I I . . ROSES, VINES, TREES, ' I ' -CLIMBERS. - -I Catalogue Post Free. & Only Address : % 70 o ARK ACifi - 2§T,- - I PERTH. . KOOMSANA ' ELECTRIC ROLLER FLOUR EfiILL BUNBURY ON SALE by the undersigned— £ s d Local Roller Flour, per ton lots... 11 10 0 Roller Elour,_half-ton lots ... 6 o' o Single bag Flour, 1 solbs ' .. o i9 0 Half-bag Flour, loolbs ... '. ??? .... o 13 o Quarter-bag Flour, Solbs ... 0 7 o 251b bag Flour ... ? 039 Wheatmeai, per 5olbs ? .6' 7 o Wheatmeal, per 25lbs ? o 3 .9 Ciushed Wheat, per bushel ..v p 7 0 Oats, feed, per bushel ? 05 6! Oats, crushed, per bushel ,.r 05 9 ' Chaff, per cwt ...- ? olo o7' Bran per bushel ? o 2 o ' Bran, ton lots ... ... ... 8 16 0 ' Pollara per bushel .. ... .,.. o 2 0. Pollard, ton lots ..; ? ... ' ... ? 10 o ' Wheat, Prime, per bushel - .. ... o 6 6 Bonedust, per cwt.- ?'= ... ... ?- ? , Bone Fertiliser, per cwt.. - ... Mt Lyell Superphosphate, per ...

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