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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 12 November 1919
AT .. ?: which Must Claim Ifcitif9 Attention. We are now showing a Complete Range of New Seaaon's Trimmed and Untnmmed Hats, which we invite you to inspect. Not only are Fashion's Daiotiest Creations to be seen in our showrooms, but many Smart, Useful Readyto ; wear Styles, gwhich ensure a Happy Choice for Every Taste. *4ri&$$$SHH!i^- row .opcciftis in v*niiwr©i« ? ^^Hrr?7^^^^^^ V- ' ' ^^^^^^ Infants' Stitched Silk Hats, 2s lid. ^™™/\^V^^ *^^^j ^^C\ fSr: Child'8 pedal Strawa- 2b 3d- '^m ^E^^S=^::s:::^s::!S^C V\ ' j^VW' /- MaidB* Rush. Hats, bound and banded, 3s lid. bHH * &§l! ^rrk /O \x /S \\ A %l Maids' Panamas, various shapes, 5b lid, 6s 6d ^S«k^gy^^ i\\ // \ » \| f'l Maids' Dainty Flop Straws, 6a lid. ^SSir ^Ifc^ ? P '' ' ' Victoria Stfeefe, » - fiUstitaury*
WHOSE DUTY IS IT. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 12 November 1919
WHOSE DUTY IS IT. -iAL JTo tQo Editor. , . Sir,— -We hear and read a lot about other towns being very prosperous. I want to know why Bunbury is not so? Ifc seems to me that, with a Kttio thinking on the part of the Mayor and Councillors, and then putting their thoughts into practice, trade would soon revive. For inst* ancd some 20 returned floldiers aro asking rf6r houses under the War S»rvice Soheme. The Council has -plenty of class A land, which, if not given free, could be sold at a low price, and tha purohase money spent in laying on the water and alectric light, or repairing footpaths and mak i&g same in front o£ the buildings. Picture, Mr Editor, in your mind, within a few weeks, time these villas being built, employing returned sold iers, bricklayers, carpenters, plumb ers, plasterers and painters, instead of these men, as at present, receiving sustenance *as unemployed. Picture; again these houses being occupied, and rate produoing, as well as im- ; proving Bnnbury f...
Upper Blackwood Road Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 12 November 1919
Upper Bla©Esf@od Road Board. The ordinary monthly meeting .wjasrlieldtat .Boyup Brook, ,Qctqbef '2 5tti at 10.30 kiin. Mr Wade pre sided ov^r- Messrs Bilston, Gibhs, Moore, Lee-Steere, Eorrest, Sinnott, Knapp (Secretary) and Reid (Super visor);, ' ? Matters arising. from minutes: — Board dscided that Secretary send Solicitor a list of ratepayers -with ar rears of rates for collection. Re Inspection of Boyup Hall; — The Chairman reported having ar ranged with Mr Cavanagh to inspect the bnilding at an arranged charge. Mr Forrest moved that chairman's arrangements be accepted by ?' Board.' Carried. - , Board decided jhat Contractor's deposit cheque lodged by A Fuller on account of Tweed Bridge contract be forfeit for' failure to 'complete' and that amount be paid to Board's re venue. Mr Reid then reported on matter of arbitration between A Kelly and Board. . Mr Forrest moved, That legal ad vise be obtained re resuming necess ary gravel pits on C.I. leases in pro cess, of alienation als...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 12 November 1919
% . T&e Moat Geatfatty Sttcsated Hotel la Bnabtffy. , Proprietor. Wines Beers, and Spirits of the Finest Quality i Most Popular Billiard Room in the town. . r- ..Every Convenience and Comfort for Boarders at Reasonable Rates. S? 't^ t, ' ? ? ; — t — ' ? '''' — !''' '? ~ ? : f-.' i^slt Harvey Weir and Miles of Orange Orovet. . . r~'''f - Special Provision made for Week End Parties and Holiday Seekers^ '-* ' ' THE HARVEY HOTEL . Comprises over 16 Bedrooms Spacious Dining Room, Parlors, Music - jad ^Billiard Rooms, Hot and Cold Baths, Motor Shed Stabling, and 'w ' all the I most up-to-date Conveniences ?' JLettera .and Telegrams promptly attended to. -„ . ' 7«Iw-hono tip. 34. : ' ? : ..? o ' A. R. Franklin. (Late of Hazell's Photo Plays) Proprietor. : ' ' ' ' ' . ? j ''''-. Excellent Accommodation for Visitors. Motorists especially caterei for. Commercial Travellers please Note ! 'Jnder entirely New Management. ? ' : : ?The_OId Spot. ?Victaffia Street, jEtanfcogy. The largest a...
Bunbury Show. MACHINERY AND INDUSTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 12 November 1919
;f pb;ur| liew. MACHINERY AND INDUS TRIES. The exhibits comprising these sec tions were a source. of interest to the visitors, more especially the farmers, throughout both days. In the pro duce shed, the fine work of the Re patriation Handle Factory was close ly scrutinised and favoiirafely com mented upon. Another exhibit that drew great attention was the bread baked by the Union Bakery,' entirety from flour produced by Mr R Forrest, at the Koonibana Mills. THE CHEVROLET GAR. Mr H. A. Wykes had a couple of busy days explaining to numerous inquirers the merits of the car. He had just arrived from Perth and had covered 117 miles on a petrol con sumption of 3! gallons, equal to .33 .miles per gallon, on anything but perfect roads. The car made a fine appearance with its rich claret col oured body and fine upholstering. Mr Wykes has travelled many hun dreds of miles with ths car, but it looked as if it had just left the paint er's hands. The simplicity of the working parts and also thi...
Kalgoorlie Diocese NEW BISHOP CONSECRATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 12 November 1919
i(a!ge®?tia Isiiii NEW BISHOP CONSECRATED, The ~ consecration rites of the Anglican .Church were performed at St George's Cathedral on Sunday morning, following the appointment of the Rev William Edward E)lsey, M.A., late Warden of the Bush Brotherhood of St Boniface, at Wil liams, as the new Bishop of Kalgoor* lie. y A distinguished gathering of pre late's took part in the performance of the solemn ceremonies, and there was a ', crowded congregation.' The pro ceedings opened with a procession of clergy and lay representatives, amongst those taking part being Archbishop Riley. the Bishop of the North West, the Right Rev Gerard Trower, D.D., and the Bishop of Bunbury, the Right Rev Cecil Wil son, D.D., the Archdeacons, members of the Council, the Diocesan trustees, and the church wardens of Kalgoor lie. Immediately after the opening ceremony, the Bishop-elect was pre sented by the Bishops to: the Arch bishop, who then demanded the instruments of confirmation, which were read, and cau...
Greenbushes. Methodist Flower Show [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 12 November 1919
? Sn!iii§li§. (From Our Correspondent) ?§il Methodist Flower Show The annual exhibition of fruit and flowers was held in the Misers' Hall on Friday, the 31st October, and Saturday, the ist November, In aid of the .funds of the Methodist Olinrch, and was one of the most successful ever held here.- The display of beautiful flowers was very creditable considering the adverse weather con ditions experienced. Mr Waasbrough senior, of Balingup, and the Rev F. Davies, of Bridgetown, two well known experts were judgas. The former commented on the surprise occasioned by such a fine display, which compared favourably with any Metropolitan exhibitions. Mr Davies remarked on a collection of varied flowers gathered by two boys and complimented them on their effort. He deplored the carelessness of some people in pulling up plant, root and all when gathering wildfiowers, thus : destroying quantities of the native flower-bearing plants. He appealed for more space in future to enable the judges to v...
Federal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 12 November 1919
M«I Eti§ii098§. On Thursday afternoon last, Mr J H Prowsa, the country party candi date for the House of Representatives addressed a well attended meeting at Ktrup. Mr Elliott presided and at the conclusion Mr Prowse received a hearty vote of thanks. In the evening, at Greenbushes, it was considered advisable to hold an open air meeting, owing to the out break of influenza. Messrs Prowse and Sutcliffe spoke to a large and at tentive audience and, after answering a number of questions, were heartily applauded and thanked. Mr G Up hill presided. . Friday afternoon saw the party at Nannup, where another successful meeting was held under the chair manship of Mr J Lindsoy. Mr Car ney moved a vote of thanks which was carried by acclamation. From Nannup the party motored to Bridge town and a large and representative gathering greeted the Candidate. Mr G A M Johnstone presided and at the conclusion of Mr Prowse's ad dress Mr A Cirlen. president of the Nelson District, gave a short speech me...
The Bunbury Herald KALGOORLIE DISPUTE. ELEVEN MEN ARRESTED. ALL MINES CLOSED. Kalgoorlie, Nov. 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 12 November 1919
The Bunbury Herald Special CaMe Seriice. K&L6Q8RUI OISPUTE, ? : : - ? . ? «j- ? 'ELEVEN MEN ARRESTED. ALL MINES CLOSED. * '. ' Kalffoorlie.Nov.il. -; Late last eight eleven of the mpBt ''prominent men in connection with the mines industrial trouble were arrested .and lodged in tho Kalgoorlie lock-up, and formally charged uuder Section 6i of the Criminal Code. The charere against each read as follows : — 'That you, on the 6th day of November, 1919, at Fiiuaton, and other places in the State of Western Australia, and other persons assembled together, to numbers of three or more ; that you, thaa&id, and other persons aforesid, being aasanibeld together, then and there tumultaously disturbed the peace.' After hearing evidence on behalf of Oalian&n, bail was allowed in two sureties of £50 each and him aei? in a similar amount. All the oti^er accused were refused bail. All hotels are still closed. A very large cro#S of men gathered around in knots in front of Polic...
The Bunbury Herald WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 12 November 1919
The Bunbury Herald ? / ? ; WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12. [?] Accidents — Mr L. Leguier, whilst playing for the Railway football team at Donnybrook on Sunday, sustained a bad fall and badiy injured his elbow Mr Frank McSweeney of the Rail way Department, broke a small bone in his ankle, through slipping off the footplate of an engine. ioe rieaitn inspector — At the Municipal Council meeting on Mon day evening, the resignation of Mr Golding was received and accepted with deep regret. During his sta^ here, Mr Golding has proved an able and conscientious officer; and the Mayor and Councillors, in dealing with the resignation, spoke in higts terras of praise regarding tbe mas ner in which he carried out his duties.' Mr Golding has secured a very satis factory position at Kalgoqrlie. Soldiers' Housing Scheme — Tw6 delegates from the Department will; visit Bunbury on Friday, next and are- anxious to meet returned soldieis desiring houses, builders and con tractors. They will meet all inter ested...