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A.W.U. CONFER WITH POLICE Kalgoorlie, November 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919
a.w.u. mferwith P0LI6L Kalffoorlie. No r ember 7. A late wire states that represent* ativesof the A.W.TJ., fearing the possibility of bloodshed if members came into conflict with returned sol diers in the course of any demonstra tions on either side, interviewed Police Inspector Duncan today, and suggest ed that demonstrations of any kind should be stopped, also the sale of firearms and ammunition, or the car rying of same, be prohibited. On the Union representatives giving |an as duramen that they would strongly urge the members not to hold demonstra tions the Inspeotor undertook to see the soldiers' representatives and to advise them to also refrain from par ading or demonstrating. The position is otherwise unohanged.
RACING IN VICTORIA. Williamstown, November 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919
mm ii victoria. Wiliiamstown. November 7. November Handicap. — Probation I, Alilat 2, Highaown 3, (25.) jBargenini Handicap.— JLord Ietay* 1, Landdane 2, Chal 3, (9 to 4 on.) : Federal Elections.' — Mr J. H. Prowiie's tour : On Tuesday afternoon an enthusiastic and representative gathering was Addressed by the candidate at Margaret River, after which a vote of confidence was proposed and carried unanimously. Mr Trinder presided. On Wednesday afternoon a meeting was held at JBalingup, which enthusiastically en dorsed a vote of thanks proposed by Mr Phillips wbo acted as chairman. On Wednesday evening an enthusiastie gathering was held at Donny brook. After hearing Mr Prowse's address, which was interspersed- with much applause, Mr Q. Sharp eulogised the candidate and proposed a vcte of thanks which was heartily aocorded. Mr J. Egan, chairman of the Preston Road Board, presided. (0. Fattorini, Victoria S. t., Bunbury.)
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919
Loci! iii ©iiinSe The Charge for the Recrestloa Ground.— At a special meeting o§ the Entertainment Committee held at the Rose Hotel on Friday night, it was decided to draw up a petition asking tbe Mayor to call a publie meeting to protest against the Mtsai« cipal Council's action in proposing to deduct ten percent of the gate re° ceipts at the Band Contest. London Wool Sales.—- Dalgefcy an*I~ Company Limited advieo bdvlag received the folWing cablegram item ' their London office under dita of 27th inst: — 'Wool sales opened—attend'' ance of buyers larga. CocopotitioB very animated, geod selection. As compared with last sales closing sates Merinos very firm,' any change is is. favour of sellers. Fine and medium crosebreda five psr cont higher. OoarsQ crosabreds unchanged.' A Correction.— Two mistakes iaad vertentiy ocaurred in the advertise ment inserted last issue bj tho Commonwealth Eleotoral OfSeer, Bunbury, re the Electoral Division of Swan. The first should read 'For taking the ...
Lyric Theatre. PROGRAMME FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919
Lyric Theatre. PROGRAMME FOR THE. WEEK. ': ' To.*ay.«-'Fatal Ring,' Episode 10, 'Girl from Bohemia,' Irene Castle. Sunday. — 'In the hands of the Hun,' Charles Ray. Monday.— ? English Pierrots, (ona night only.) Wednesday.—' Hondiui ' ; ' One Woman,' 1st National Film. Friday. — Double feature pro gramme, Bluebird. Saturday.— 'Fatal Ring,'; 'Just Silvia,' World Film. JBunbury Show. — The report of the Industrial and Machinery Exhibits and the list of visitors to the town will be published in Wednesday's issue. . . A New Oar. — The enterprising Hudson Motor Go. of ' super-six ' fame is supplying a new high grade light car at a popular price. The 11 Essex super-four ' will appeal to all oh account of its advantages in design and constrction, combining comfort, - safety, luxury and beaufy with tyre . economy and light operative cost. , ' This make of car beat all comers at the Royal Show in the acceleration contest. Full particulars may be obta'ned from Messrs Johnson, Brad ley and Wil...
THE KALGOORLIE DISTURBANCES. Friday, Nov. 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919
THE IIL100RLIE DI8TUR3WES. Friday, Nov. 7. There are no fresh developments in connection with the mines industrial trouble so far this morning. Branches of the Returned Soldiers' Association at Kalgoorlie and Boulder are en rolling members as special police, and very large numbers are awaiting eventualities. Members of the Mia. ing Branch of the Australian Work ers' Union are meeting at the Work^ era' Hall, Boulder. It is stated that the mine managers have no intention whatever of recommending that non unionists and members \ of unions other than the A.W.U. should join the latter body. Neither do members of the- Chamber of Mines intend meet ing the A.W.TJ. representatives jn future, after what they say was a distinct breach of faith on the part of the Union leaders by allowing a mob to congregate and force their into the meeting room of the Cham ber yesterday evening, when the Conference between the Mines' man agers and Union representatives was in progress. Everything, at the momen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 November 1919
C. S. Dickson Expert Boiler Maker. Consulting and Supervising Boiler Maker. Boiler- Shipping and all Classes of Repairs a Specialtiy. ? Cutting and Welding all Metals by Oxy-Aeetylene Process. ^, Coils of AH Descriptions Made. . %t ~2-8 ? JOHN STREET, ? ?PERTH. Phone No.; A 4639. ? ' ' ' ESTIMATES GIVEN. s .' First Class Workmanship. Charges Moderate. Telephone A3237. Empire Motor Works W. Riches, F. Pearce, and S. Watts, Proprietors. 59 MELBOURNE ROAD, PERTH. (Opposite Goods Shed). Complete Overhaul and Repairs, Tyres, etc. : COUNTRY WORK A SPECIALTY. THE RIGHT DIRECTION. 92 MURRAY STREET, PERTH. For all Jfcotor Repair The Right Quality — Car Ready when Promised. Tel. A 3391. MILEAGE ECONOMY : 'GOLO' ? Tyres RELIABILITY, COMFORT Made in Australia for Australian ? -?.?'??'?'? Conditions. ' %:.. Western Australian Depot: L — /'*?¥¥ OrUTB ¥ ¥lkfi¥T*lTT% i 'UlLBfirK I S JLIMI 1 iLU.; -. ' ' : '(Wholesale Only) ; * : 47 Queen Street, Perth. '.?;'??? Td. A2888. Ford Big Ends He metalled....
KOOMBANA ELECTRIC ROLLER FLOUR MILL BUNBURY [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 12 November 1919
KOOMBANA ELECTRIC ROLLER FLOUR S§ILL BUNBURY ON SALE by the undersigned — £ s d Local Roller Flour, per ton lots... 1 1 10 o Roller,Flour, half-ton lots ... 6 o o Single bag Flour, i solbs ....... ,p;i9 0 Half-bag Flour, ioolbs ... ..(. b 13 o Quarter-bag Flour, Solbs ... 0 7 o 251b bag Flour ... ... ... o 3 9 Wheatmeal, pet 5olbs .. .. o 7^ 0 Wheatmeal, per 2$lbs .. ' * ... 'o 3' 9 Ciushed Wheat, per bushel ... o 7 0 Oats; feed, per bushel ... * ^... 056 Oats, crushed, per bushel '- . ... 0 5.-9 Chaff, per cwt ? o 10 o Bran per bushel .i ? _* ..'.' * 0 ' 2^ o Bran, ton lots ? ' .8''lo 0 Pollaru per bushel ? o '2 0 Pollard, ton lots ? ... ? 10 o Wheat, Prime, per bushel \ ...' o 6 G Bonedust, per cwt. ... .*.. ' ] Bone Fertiliser, per cwt.. ...-, ' Mt Lyell Superphosphate, per cwt '066 Mt. Lyell No. 1 Potato Manure per cwt. ... *. ... ' ... 0' '9 U' Mt. Lyell No. 2 Potato Manure . ~ I per cwt. ... ... ... 0 11 o Clean Fowls Wheat, per busr ....'? to 6 o! Sunlight Oilcake, per cwt .....
A Record Trip ACROSS AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 12 November 1919
A Record Trip ACROSS AUSTKALIA. Mr Fred Murray, proprietor of Tattersall's Hotel, Hay, N.S.W., re cently made what is probably a re cord motor trip in Australia. Ac companied by his wife and daughter, Mr Murray left Hay on September 22nd last, in a four cylinder 'Buick' car, motoring 149 miles to Echuca the first day. The following day the party travelled 155 miles to Mel bourne, where they spent a week. They then motored to Skipton, a distance of 104 miles, from Skipton to Casterton, 124 miles, Casterton to Robe, crossing the South Australian border at Mt Gambier, 337 miles, from Robe to Menindie, across the Sandy Coojong desert 119 miles, from Menindee to Adelaide, 95 miles They spent 10 days m. Ade laide, and then shipped the car on the trans-cdritinental and came, by train to Kalgoorlie, where they spent a few days before motoring to Perth and thence to Harvey, where Mx Murray is spending a short holiday with his brother, Mr R 'J Wright, before re turning to the Eastern States. ...
Bunbury Municipal Council. TOWN CLERK'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 12 November 1919
ioitef iteieipa! Oooneli. .' --—? ?%!- — : ? ' — TOWN CLERK'S REPORT. 1 beg. to submit my customary re port for the period 11th Obtober to 10th November, 1919 :— Stone. — The Council were fortu nate in securing a good supply of stone (Mauritius) from one of the sailing vessels in port at a cost of Is 6d per ton. This is excellent stone for tar-macadam work and I am con serving same for the Wellington St. tar-macadam footpath, Granolithic Footpath. — The work of granolithic paving ia Stephen and Arthur Streets is nearing completion and is a very satisfactory job in appearance and in every other way. The contractor (Mr Williams) de serves every credit for the manner, in which he is carrying out his contract. Baths.— Owing to not being able to secure the services of a diver from the Harbor Board, and also owing to the uncertain weather up to a few days ago, the work of pig-netting the shark-proof fence at the baths could not be undertaken. ' However, a commencement has been made with t...
Show Visitors. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 12 November 1919
Show Visitors. On Wednesday and Thursday last, Bunbury appeared unusually gay and prosperous, crowded as it was with visitors from all parts of the South West, as well as from Perth, Mid land* jKatanning, Northam and other districts. Following is a list of visit ors who were entertained at the var ious hotels during Show week. ROSE HOTEL. Mr and.Mrs Wilding, Mr and Mrs H Kose, Ms and Mrs T Rose, Dr and Mrs Lovegrove, Capt. and Mrs Fox worthy, Capt. and Mrs Dodds, Mr and Mrs Barnard, Mr and Mrs Mar shall, Mr and Mrs W Padbury, Mr and Mrs M T Padbury, Mr and Mrs Hazelwood, Mr and Mrs I L Walker, Mr and Mrs and Miss Castieau, Sir and Mrs Crannage, Mrs and Miss Logue; Misses Morris, George, John ston, Partridge, L Sbenton, Padbury, Dent, Cammaleri, Sparkes ; Messrs Hampshire, McKennell, Gallahawk, P Wicked, J L Rose, Ashton, Gibbs, Chipper, Pilgrim, P Buckenara, At well, Scott, Brean, George (2} John son, Keddie, Padbury (Junr) Palmer, Warburton, Hall, H Smith, Lawson. Deransfield, Mase...
Upper Blackwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 12 November 1919
Upper Blioiwiii/ (Eroni Our Correspondent.) . Heavy .thiinderstorms.iwereveacpeisw ienced in parts of the district last week, and a good fall of rain recorded, causing growing crops to put on an extra spurt in consequence. Shear ing is in full swing and a pleasing sight is the number of clean looking and well conditioned sheep to be ;seen dotting the green pastures. and slops with spots of white. Owners state that wool is light this year, but being more free from yolk* it should bring enhanced prices. Local returned men are taking part, in a big offensive this week, it being the occasion of the Boyup Welcome and Shield Distribution. Following is an extract from 'unofficial' orders of the day : All branches of the ser vice will be represented and troops will parade in uiijtforrti ; equipment and trenching tpplj will not be worn, water bottles may* also be dispensed with. The first objective is a sports' meeting, commencing at 2 p.m. on the Boyup Recreation Ground. After this the seco...
Balingup. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 12 November 1919
r Balitigop. \ A team of Nannup cricketers will visit Balingup on the i6thinst, when an all day match will be played against a team from the local club. Arrangements have been made to entertain the visitors at tho Balingup Hotel. A scratch match will be played on the gth to allow the selec tion Committee, Messrs Rose, Wall ace and M Moore lo pick the team to meet Nannup. The takings in connection with the Parkerville Home Confetti Carnival amounted to ^8/19/6. The organiser Mrs Wallace, desires to express the thanks of the committee to Mesdam es Skett, E Moore, G Bailey, Nelson and H il Moore for providing the refreshments, and to Miss Rhatigan for her assistance in decorating the Hall. . Corporal Dave Scott, who hns just received word of his sucessful applic ation for No 3 block of Glenmore Estate, has lost no time in getting to work. Already operations are well in progress for the building of a house. If all our returned settlers get to work with the same vim the Repatriation Sche...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 12 November 1919
WlillllllPMilliW'llil'i'i'li'i' I ? I' J-u®t ©pes^ed A Few Only ? _____ ^^ 2? 2/ e^ S' No on© likes to SHOW FRECKLES, so use 19. ©d. $8. fJABD JR. HO CHEMISTS, Ladies and Gentleman, . ; ' I having acceded to the request to allow myself to be nominated for the position of Mayor of unbury at the forthcoming elec tion, and if elected, I shall in the future, as in the past, use my best endeavours to advance Bunbury, also to conserve the finances,, giving justice \o all.- My past services for many yeaVs, are, I think, favourably known to you.— I remain, Ladies and (Gentlemen, J. G. BALDOOK. Bear Yc Urn Another's The road of lif« is rough enough, Ills thick arouud us lay ; But, oh, we'd find it h»rd and tough Without the A. P. A, Their poliay it sach a friend ' When sick, and things are multy, Its benefits will you defend From debt and difficulty. So while in time, be wise, beware ! U hy dilly-dallj mutely ; The A.P.A. your ilia will bear, Yes— Abeo-bftlly-lutely. Accident Policies, Straf...
Political Education. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 12 November 1919
Political Edoeatlon, ii. Before Western Australia assumed sovereign rights and attained the dignity of responsible government, a State Governor, an Executive Council, and a Legislative Council, partly nominated, recommended suoh laws as were necessary for the ad* ministration of our affairs to the Colonial Office in England, who approved them, or not, and passed them on according to their deoision for confirmation. No one denies the ability and integrity of those men who, without pay, did their duty as political advisers. With the ; advent of responsible government a new Constitution was formed, with a State Governor representing the King, a Legislative Council, elected on a property qualification, and the Legislative Assembly, elected practic ally on the popular manhood suf frage. The duties of Parliament were to create laws relating to defence, customs, international trade and commerce, as well as the interior matters of land, mining, railways, education, etc. For ten years, under...