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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

A -.'Former Chamber Magistrate amid Clerk of Petty Sessions &nd Deputy Clerk of the Peace speaks highly of to thos© who ar@ subjectsd to gmmt mental strain Here it Mr. McNEVIN'S lotto? :- 82 Sun? Slrest, Parlianhurat N. 8; Wales, 8J/5/18 CLEMENTS TONIC IT®. ' ' I was ss oac& a esslfi. So 5!I«bcahh asd h&i norvoo that I osod i@ ?* jeop tmt : o{ ay ekia ' at tbsloasJI ehosh or noioo. Tbia condiJioQ eeatioBad GH8J1 S naQ(3 yoc? Clenaaf a Toaie and dot? S havo a dilforent tale to tell. ? ' ' Wlaara I conld not eaB e? oJocp, I now : enjoy ray »'eep and ascslo. : 'WIsb I was C.P.S.QEd Cfcaober Magistrate, Registrar el EHotrict Coert and Deputy Cleric of tla Peace, ondor two : of eho leading Jadgos of M.S. W. is varioas country towns fer caaay yoare, ! relied a \ jraat deal oa year tooie for aefltal aad physical energy doriDS tbo oshaaotivo trials oi tbe Criminal Saseions xthes I bad to act as Dapoty Chth of tha Poaeo. 'After Isaviog tbo sorviss ia 1S9S oad ioUowiss...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NATURE'S NERVE TONIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

NATURE'S NERVE TONIC. Let's all stop now— think of some of the happy things in our life and smile. The smile is Nature's own blood and nerve tonic. Take it in large doses all the time. Show4ne a smiling man, and I'll show you a healthy, and happy man. Jump out of bgd in the morning and smile. Smile as you take ;iin several long swigs of God's pure morning air, teeming with cleansing sunlight, and. see how much more you enjoy your breakfast ; see how much more pleasant your work. Remember this: like.. attracts like, a happy: disposition is just as contagious as the worst case of smallpox. Come on,' you old crabi ? Dig your way out of that holfc you'vcpiilled in after you, and smile. - — JC^Mahari; ':

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The "Bunbury Herald" Selected. AN APPRECIATED COMPLIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

The Bl Bunbufj Herald ' Seleofed. AN APPRECIATED COMPLIMENT... Messrs Saunders and Stuart Ltd., proprietors of the well known ' S.S.' Vertical Engine, recently decided on an advertising campaign and we take it as a definite compliment that, see ing ODly four papers were selected, The '« Bunbury Herald ' was one cf them. It is a tribute to ' The Her ald' that when, sometime previously Messrs Saunders and Stuart Ltd ar ranged to insert a temporary advert isement that excellent results followed Considerably over ^ioo worth of business was done. For the acknow ledgement as made by the firm's Manager, we are very grateful. . In this issue Messrs Saunders and Stuart Ltd start another short adver tising campaign. They are advertis ing the ' S and S.' Vertical Engine which probably provides better value than any other engine of its class obtainable in this State. The engine is well finished and has an automatic governor (thus cutting down fuel costs) and in addition has a high ten sion wate...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Subscriptions Received. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Subscriptions Received. From now on, all subscriptions received will be acknowledged in these columns, to avoid the cost of postage. Following is a list ,of amounts received from 1st to 18th August, both dates inclusive :— Bunbury: W.P, 9s 4d : W.T., 2s 6d; M.C.D., 2s 6d; J.F., 10s; G.W.K., 2s 2d ; Mrs P., 4s 4d ; J.B., 2s 6d ; H.H., 7s 2d ;' H.H-, Is 2d ; J.S., 7s 2d; J.A.B., 2s; F.W.S., 7s 6d; G.T., 5s; F.W.R., 2s6d; S.B.M.,7s2d; A.H., 2s 6d; G.P., 2s 6d; T.B., 6s 10s ; R.R.E., 8s 3d ; M.K., 5s ; J.W., 2s 6d ; J.McK , 2s 6d ; J.H.B., 2s 6d ; C.H., Is 10s; E.C.. 5s ; J.G., 5s; B.C., 7s 6d ; W.K., 2s 6d ; A.S., 7s (3d ; J.M., 7s 6d ; G.T., 7s 6d ; H.T. A., 9s 6d; S.W.O., 7s 6d; A.R.F., 2s 6,d. Benger : A CB., 10s. Brunswick : M.P., 9s 4d. Balingup : T.H., 3s 9d; S.B., 7s 4d. Bridgetown: A.F., 11s; S.T., 7s. Capel : V.O., 2s 10s : J.M., 2s 6d. Dinninup: W.B., 2s 6d. Greenbushes : N.D., 2s ; D.H., 2s 6d ; R.O., 3s2d; W.B., 5s; W.B.J., 7s 6d. Harvey : J.S., 5s Id ; OD., 2s lid. Kirup :...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Capel Rifle Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Oape! Bifle Notes, It was gratifying to note tlie very large numbers of returned boys who turned up on the range on Sunday last after an absence of three or four years, and Captain Jones, iu a happy speech, welcomed them back to the targets. With the number of prom ?? CL 1 » J- # tit ising coils coming on, ana tne large membership, it is confidently expected that, eve long, . the Capel Club will be secoud to none outside metropolis. .; It is hoped that the competition for the Anzac Cup will be commenced at the annual shoot next October, as all the men will then, in all probability, have returned to the district. It is a cup worth £10, given by tlie Club for competition ajnongst men who have be,en at the front. It must be Avon twice in succession, or, three times in all. It willr 'be' '-'competed forever three ranges, and the ; interest in the competition will be very keen. Mr A. E- Moore, mine host of the Capel Hotel, announced at the last committee meeting - that he would donate a ...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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WIPING THE LENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

WIPING THE LENS. Instead of wiping the lens with a handkerchief, _or with the coarse fabric of the focussing cloth, it is better to keep a little piece of velvet for the purpose. A square of velvet about four inches each way may be stitched to one corner, of the focussing' cloth so that it is always at hand when required.— 'Photography.' .

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Social and Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Social and Personal. Captain Roy Earl, Military Cross and bar, returned last week to his home at Glen Iris, after exactly five years soldiering. He is a sample of the young Australian who has made good. He enlisted in August, 1914, ? and, as a private, embarked with the 1 lth. Battalion, and was in the famous landing. On his fifth day on the .Peninsula lie was struek in the forehead by a glancing bullet, and this travelled between scalp and skull, coming out at the back of the head. Ifc was a narrow- and marvellous escape from death. After couvales encc, he rejoined his regiment, and, later, .served in France, where, with a few brief spells, tie- continued until the end of tfie war. Mr and Mrs. R^ White, formerly of . this town hut later of ' The Retreat,' Noggerup, have returned to Bunbury and intend residing here. Mrs O W R Simmons is visiting the town. Mr E W Keach, District Superin. tendent at Geraldton, is at present in But bury, and expects to be joined by Mrs Keach and their ...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Photographic Notes CEMENTING A FILM TO GLASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Photographic Notes CEMENTING A FILM TO GLASS. .;.. For certain purposes it js a convenience- to be able to cement a film negative to \ a sheet of glass; and a recent report from the Eastman-Kodak Research Laboratory, describes a method of doing this. The adhesive used is a solution of gelatine in glacial acetic acid, equal wejghts of the two ingredients being used. Solution is effected by warming and stirring at intervals, a little ;more acetic acid being added, should the proportions indicated give a mixture? that is too thick. A little of the solution is applied to each corner of the negative, and when it is tacky the film is pressed down into position on the glass. In about half an hour the negative is ready for printing.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Urgent ! The x Present Scare — The Commissioner for Public Health (Dr Atkinson), with the experiences of all the other States behind him, has drawn up a set of prescript ions, for the use of persons in their own homes, where the attendance of a medical .man cannot be immediate ly secured, or pending tbe arrival of medical aid. Three of the formulae are for internal administration to suit the varying forms of Pneumonic In fluenza,- and, the fourth is a prevent ative or germicidal fluid for douching the nose and throat. All these can be obtained from Thomas and Coy, chemists of this' town, at the price of 2/6 her bottle,. or. 10/- for the set.' While it would be wise for . all to provide for an emergency it is parti cularly desirable for heads of house holds living even a short distance from town to have a supply of these preparations on hand. Prompt at tention will be given to communi cations addressed to THOMAS & CO. 1 Chemists, Victoria-st, BunburyJ

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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PRINTING IN DIRECT SUNSHINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

PRINTING IN DIjRECT SUNsitl*te. ;,-i \\f:-^ There are several reasons' why it 4| uiide|irable^::to print p.oJp. in direct sunshine. ''^^.?^'~^''2-,/\:'\^S'^-' ''' One i is that it tends' to give fl'att;er^;p'finfsv'-.VA3''s'iecoBd is that, the printing being very rapid (unless the negative is very fogged), and so requires very careful watching.. A third is that the strong direct light causes every little blemish or speck oi.dirt on the glass side of the negative to show in the print. . ? : Very opaqtfe' negatives, and negatives of. great den sity/are sometimes all the ;better for1 printing in direct sunshine; but on the whole the advice usually, given to avoid such a practice is based on experience arid.is sound.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

.-?» ..-UJ..^i-.-^-!i4JV. ' '- ?? . \ ' ' Have you seen the 19 19 Osbor ne Binder Catalogue and Price List? , If not, send for one immediately. There is ' A REASON WHY, W© are Sole Agents for— 'OSBORNE' Binders, Mowers, Rakes. 'SHEARER' Strippers, Harvesters, Plows, Harrows. ' BAGSHAW ' Cliaffcutters, Corncrushers, Winnowers, Kerosene and Benzine Engines. ??-:' '^PpT'iBritish.-Built Oil Engines. 'PW; HAMILTON 'Spring Tine Cultivators. .- ' 'IJiTQHELL' ..Drills, Plowsr Harrows. Wa&efor Ulustrated Catalogues, and Pricey Lifts. .-Wellington Street, Perth. TUP f^Mi? €!B-!I17f?|3- FfelP which did not ask for, and did not need * ***-* __^^ZZZ*_ ^n.zf.ZZ^^ Ta»ff Protection was the - AUSTRALIAN Manvkctistet l The makers are quite content for it to stand against the imported arlicle ON ITS BflERSTS. . We are sole agents in Western Australia for ROYAL SHEEP DIP. Full stocks are now available Stock and. Station. Agenta, Warwick House, St. George's Terrace, P8RTH. ' and ??'-??'? -H % Ik...

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TO PREVENT LAMP SMOKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

^ *r ^r TO PREVENT LAMP SMOKING. Those who use an oil-lamp in their dark-room will find it an excellent plan to soak the dry wick in a strong solution of. common salt, dry, then dip again in a mixture nf oil and the. same kind of a brine as first used, putting it directly info*thV:ia'mp. The wick will last longer, give a better light, and will not be tempted to smoke as such lamps too often are--A.S.IX : in 'Camera Craft.' The Model Factory at Roseberry (N.S.W.), devoted to the Manufacture of 'Wrigley's' Chewing Gum. '...'

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HITCH THE WAGGON TO A STAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

HITCH THE WAGGON TO A STARJ A correspondent of an Eastern con temporary suggests; the following programme of work as necessary for the development of a Great Austra lia: — 1. To increase the population orfa. large scale. 2. To stimulate the exports of pri mary production. 3. To increase the exports of nritn ary and secondary products. , 4. To impound all possible supplies of water and to develop irrigation. - 5. To utilise all natural water power for hydro-electric power scheme. 6: To conserve the natural re sources and mineral wealth of the country for the needs 'of future generations. - ' 7. To foster and develop secondary; industries. . / '. ' 8. To establish agricultural settle ment in new districts. . 9. To improve. social ancl education al conditions iil rural districts. 1U lo decentralise the population of the capitals. _ . -.;..?. ;/ 11. To decentralise land' owner ship. : ?'.'?'.'.'; ? ?? r^ ': \ ??'..7 '? 12. To decentralise^ railway?: £n-i shipping facilities.' ' . .\ ' ?...

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U.K.'s BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

U.K/s BUTTER. Last year Australia exported 550, 462 hundredweight of butter to Great Britain, thus taking first place as a supplier of butter to the, Old Country. Previously Denmark had overtopped all other suppliers, . but apparently that little country had to find another customer during the war. The fol lowing official figures show the im ports of butter into'*-Great Britain during the three years 1916-17-18:— Country of 1916. 1917. 1918. origin. cwt. cwt. cwt.. Russia'. . . 31,918 — — . Sweden . . 992 — — Denmark .. . 1434,801 622,160 40,327 Netherlands 36,202 75,880 9,885 France . .130,249 45,707 4,770 U.S.A. . . .131,618 10,534 196,593 Argentine . 117,597 142,300 313,143 Victoria . . 81,032 219,401 217,284 N.S.W. ... 32,575 169,024 210,409 Queensland . 26,913 128,364 122,769 N. Zealand . 331,162 310,925 372,572 Canada . . ;ljpl,5'l 33,057 61,971 Other coun- r.' ' tries ... 18,825 49,164 64,902 Total . 2,175,4151,806,5161,614,625 It will be noted with interest that Queensland, ...

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Joffre on Billjim. "Magnificent." Fighting Men of the First Value.—Mix Verve and Doggedness. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Jo ff re on Billjim. ''''' ,'?????-?? 'Magnificent.' ? / « ?' Fighting Men of the First Value. — Mix Verve and - J ;- ; ' '.' '-.'? '*'??'.'.?.' ' DbggednesB. '_ ,.'?'?''._'; :- '' In an article contributed by Marshal Joffre tx- 'a con temporary, he gives a very flattering estimate of * the quality of the Australian soldier. He writes:— V 'You ask nie my impression of the Australian soldier as a fighting machine and^&ia man. , 'In/a word I can give it you : 'Magnificent !'? ^ ;;' ' . ' 'They are possessed, these men from Australia, of one extraordinary virtue that in itself would be sufficient to marK tnem as 'lighting men or the first value. They mix verve with doggedness ; two qualities rarely possesesd to gether in a marked degree by one man. . . . The English describe this virtue very graphically as staying-power, the quality in a racehorse that enables it to sprint away from its opponents at the finish of a long race over a ^ong and trying course. No troops — not even o...

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Self-Made Men and the Power of Advertising. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Power of Advertising. ^^SJHE name of Wfigley ranks to-day in the very || HL- fore of the proprietary lines which are MWm familiar householcpwords round the globe. [e^a^a; wrigley's confections are known where ever man — or woman— has a sweet tooth; Wrigley's gums are chewed with' equal persistency by the Eskimo round the frigid pole and the nigger in the tropic rubber plantations. That, of course, is due to a larger degree to the well proven, excellent quality of these gums. But quality alone,fi however good, will never secure such world wide popularity to any line. Quality is one essential. Advertising is the other essential. And the two must go together, plenty and good, to create a universal de mand for any commodity. Proverbially, it -is bad business for any man, to hide his light under a bush el. For the manufacturer it is worse than bad busi ness : it is suicide. ivlr. Wrigley realised this, after he had perfected his chewing gums to the state of perfection now known in 5. con...

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Boyup Alleged Libel Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Boyup Alleged Libel Case. ? ^- In the Supreme Court, before Mr Justice Northmore, on Monday, Francis James . Wright, railway stationmaster at Boyup Brook, brought an action to recover damag es from J. Inglis, a. frirmer ot .the Boyup Brook district, for an alleged libel contained in a letter written by the defendant to the Chief Traffic Manager of tlie Government; rail ways. Mr T. ? Walker appeared for the p'aintiff, and Mr R. R. Pilking ton, K.C., appeared fur the defendant. William Tames Lord, Chief Traffic Manager, said that lie had received a number of letters from defendant complaining of plaintiff's -conduct The first, dated December 29, 191 7, said that it was time a sober station master was sent' to Boyup Brook as 1 this fellow had been 'soaking' for some time'. A letter dated January 14, 1918, from defendant to the Commissioner for Railways, stated that when defendant's wife went to the station on December 17th, a guard informed her that plaintiff had been' injured through ...

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Antonia Dolores Concerts. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Asitonii Helens .teeepfs. On Tuesday evening next, in the Lyric Theatre, Mdlle. Antonia Dol ores, 'the world's acknowledged great soprano, will give a concert. Dolores is paying her farewell visit to Aus tralia, and she desires her numerous admirers to hear her before saying good-bye. Consequently, her man ager, in response to requests, booked her to visit bunbury. A specially attractive programme has been arranged for the local entertainment, so that all sections of the community will be catered for. . and a universal appeal made to all people with the least knowledge of music. The art of ballad singing has probably never bad a more graceful or conscientious exponent than Dolores, whoss ex tensive repertoire includes not only folk songs of France, but the best examples of the ballad music of Italy and of England, Ireland and Scot land. Moreover, ihe is none the less at home in the ornate embellish ments of operatic aria, or in the elevation of style of a song, from oratnria. Mdlle....

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PULPING FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

- PULPING FRUIT, In reply to. a* correspondent,' who -asked for information regarding the pulping of fruit, 'The Land' says: — 'This subject may be divided into two' classes, viz., dry pulp, 'and pulp or 'wet pulp. 'Dry Pulp. — Treating with dry yuiy, me prjutcss is as iohows : — iaK- irig apricots as an example, the fruit should be ripe and well coloured. Wash, remove the stones, place in , cooking kettle, adding a little water at the start; boil for at least one hour, remove and place in the tins. After the tins have been filled with the. hot pulp, solder down the cap, leaving a small hole in the centre; place in boiling water for ten 'min utes, seal the vent, test, and then re move to cool.- By this process the truit becomes a' mash; it loses at least a third of its.- original weight, . and it takes one hour : and twelve minutes to. produce the pulp. 'Wet Pulp.— This is a very simple and effic'acious method- of preserving frui| for storage or transit, to be con ._ verted into: ja...

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Lyric Theatre. THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Lyric Theatre. THE WEEK!S PROGRAMME. To-day.— ' House of Hate,' final episode; 'Boss of the 'Lazy Y.' 'Sunday. — ' Sandy,' Jack Pickford. Monday. — ' BIGGEST SHOW ON EARTH,' Enid Bennett. The greatest circus picture ever showu. 'The Firefly of France,' Wallace Keid. Tuesday. — Antouia Dolore's concert. Wednesday. — ' Fires of Youth,' Fred Warde. Thursday. — District Nursing Asso ciation balL. . Friday.— ' Back to the Woods,' comedy drama ; ' POLICE,' Chas Chaplin. Saturday. — ' Caroline of the Corn ers,' Bessie Love; Bairnsfather Cartoons.

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