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The Motoring World. THE SPRING FRAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

[?] THE SPRING FRAME. Undoubtedly the most progressive point of design in corporated in English 1919-20 motor cycles is the spring frame, says a writer. It must be remembered, however, that the suggestion itself is not a new one. The average rider-mechanic realised the demand for rear-sprung motor cycles at least a decade ago, with the result that a great amount of thought and experimental work has been expended towards the solution of the ? question. Nevertheless, 'the success rear-sprung motor cycle (with possibly a single exception) has yet to make its appear ance, although the American manufacturers have made considerable advance in this direction. Numerous types of efficient, reliable front forks have been on the market for the past twenty years. With the exception, of one make, not a single rear-sprung fork or frame has weathered the varying fortunes of twelve months' road service. Numbers of so-called ideal rear-springing sys tems have been incorporated in well-known machines...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

-Do not: worry about Gal vanised Iron being scarce and the price ridi culdusiy aigh. ' The NARROGIN TRADING iS; AGENCY CO. LTD. have1 the Agency for this District for ADAMAX ROOFING FELT just as durable and much cheaper than Iron. ' As supplied to the Gbv eramerit;' Stocks on hand, Rolls 72 ft long x 3ft wide, covers 22 square yards, one-ply 43/6, two-ply 53/6 three-ply 66/6. Cenient and nails supplied free. There is nothing better for covering hbtfses, garages, fowlbonses, bee hives, etc. Send for catalogues.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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VALUE OF MOTOR LORRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

.VALUE OF MOTOR LORRIES. A cable published a fortnight ago in reference to the railway strike, made the following significant comment: — A feature of the strike is the triumph of the motor lorries, some of which are running 100 miles from London. This method of distributing food is likely to be continued largely after the strike. If the transport workers and omnibus drivers strike the Government have offers from thousands of ex-servicemen who have driven motor cars and lorries in France. The majority of the taxi-drivers have decided to continue work.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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AN ARABIAN NIGHTS CITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

AN ARABIAN NIGHTS CITY. At the annual conference of municipal - engineers in Sydney, the. . Minister .for Local Government (Mr. Fitzgerald) Outlined the proposals intended . to be given ; legislative effect, if possible, during the present session of the New South Wales Parliament. He said; that when he thought of what 'the Government proposed to do with respect to housing and town-planning it seemed to him like an 'Arabian Nights' story. Mr. John Sulman, rresiaent oi the lown Planning Asociation,' said that he believed town-planning had really got hold of the public and mentioned that 150 students of the Sydney University showed keen interest in his lectures on the subject. Here is a suggestion for the Perth Town Planning Association. Could the members not arrange for lectures to be given at the university and all the secondary, schools in regard to this fascinating subject? Could they not arrange for a series of popular lectures as part of a definite propa ganda to keep the' publi...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

telii 0ifi9@!ii lefts. O ? ; '?Latest vews from Mr J.rA.rBodr, who i holidaying with hie brotherin law, Mr Parker, :up Winchester way, says that he is improving in health beyond c:mpa e. Country hfe, hard graft at the farm and recreation iu hunting kangaroos are the medicines wbich are contribnti Jig 'o bia recovery. It is moie than likely that his brother-in-law will accompany him on the retnrn- journey, as h© too stands in need of '-a 'breath or ttrp of Bniibary ozone. - The }) ize cow known as ' Buckland Daisy Bell 'is being raffled vigorously. Tickets are' going alar, being only one shilling each for a shot at a fifty guinea prize many see a lot of Bport sir it, and are doubling their chances* Some go the length of talcing unto themselves an entire book of tickets. Mr Padbury, of cattle sho?r feme, said that Buckland Daisy Bsll isi simply a beauty. Every purchaaer of a ticket fervently hopes he or she liaay be the lucky winner. It may be you! ...... ........ ..... At last you ca...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

6 big burs in 'each packet for 3de H 5; Tfi© b©st buy In lasting r©fr©sb- ? 9 I * sn©nf and b©n@f if you can possibly *' 8 ?'] ii@pf piififo You iisf If slwsi?s s jy^^T^^^W/m. Wrigley Jr. Co. Prop. &td.,^^9*^jfsBS5Slli| OL_JJL^jJa^,_ ? ,. ? „ ? ££** .5 Opposite the Railway Station, ?? BUNBURY. s ? '.':? ~~ — 2 '.. a- ?; - ? Motor V^isiiior3 by road will receive immediate attention by expert mechanics. No' delay. All parts and Accessories stocked. Your Tyre filled in 30 seconds. Phone 175. : THE ONE SHEEP DIP whidl did ™* ask for, and did not need ,i«iwiHtwMmiw^^™^i-wmij^-«1gjjNm..EJLJ^ Tariff Protection was the AUSTRALIAN Manafact«*ef The makers are quite content for it to stand against the imported article OBI BTS RfiERJTS? We are sole agents in Western Australia for ROYAL SHEEP DIP. Full stocks are now available n ^la..'- ? --.'--uu'.i-wi Stock and Station Agents, Warwick House, St. George's Terrace, PERTH. ' . 9 Victoria street, Bunbury. Grills: GRILLED 0HOPS OR RUMP STEA...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

\K Coming Season I j|j ? SHIP THRQJCJGH US IF YOU WANT THE HIGHEST BE- M | TURNS. AS ALL SHIPMENTS TO THE UNITED KING- || | DOM SUPERVISED BY OUR LONDON OFFICE. || H NOW BEING RECEIVED. DO NOT HESITATE TO 9 H BOOK WITH US IMMEDIATELY. H H ^ 4 ' Head Office: B I VIKING HOUSE, PERTH. I M South-West Representative: ffi I F. H. CHIPGZEY, BRIDGETOWN. I ? ' ' '- ? ? ' ? - ? ? ; ? ; ? ' ' ' ? ' ? - :?'-,;? y%-/ ' -duSr memories ,TteMbonlight Waltz ^3%^%|^bv «y «» , ^^ ///tJ .Give me a little cosy oorner. . ^3* \\%\ ! Acy ^n/' * /w /-» -/BiS''- TT' ? '? n m » «.«.!? ? i- ii. ' ? i ' THF MISSOURI WAIT7 ? .a ^^*^ .^^ \v?P v\ ?? ,,-v'' „'.„,_ . - WE SELL ALL THIS 2A MUSIC' AT 1/9, NET CASH. POSTAGE, lid. ' - ' *'? '-?- ' ., . BUY ALL YOUR MUSIC AND SONGS. FROM US AND SAVE 3d. ON EACH. FROM US ONLY. 1/9. ALL MUSIC YOU SEE ADVERTISED ELSEWHERE, PROCURABLE POStalAddrCSS ! BOX 57, PERTH. ? ?- THE NEW XMAS BOOKLET, BY MAY GIBBS. BORONIA BABIES. By the striking originality of her pictures, May. Gibb...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

: : ' — -* — '. ??? 1 According to the 'Great Southern ^Herald' the construction of the Den mark-Bridgetown railway is to be proceeded with at the earliest possible moment. This work will be carried out by the use of the Repatriation funds. A sum of ^3,375,625 is to be advanced, to the State by the- Com- monwealth Government to assist in ?the settlement of returned soldiers. The advance may be used for pre paring land for settlers, or for the building of railways to open up areas suitable for settlement. The work of survey is making good progress, both for the Bridgetown and Denmark ends. It is claimed that this railway will bring under settlement, a very large area of good land tuitable for intensive farming. No doubt the Nbr'nalup country will be opened up by another railway, but it is understood that the Bridge town-Denmark work will be given precedence of all other railway pro jects. Motor Car Owners Look— We can supply Dunlop Ford covers 30 x 3^ for £5. We also carry large stoc...

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Items of interest Where the Money Goes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

Items of interest Where- the Money Goes. . __. We are not disposed to be captious critics of any Government simply be cause it is a Government. We leave that to those organs .of the press which earn a cheap and nasty popu larity by calculated hostility to every set of administrators. The trouble with Governments is that too fre quently they have to answer for the sins of incompetent or dishonest offi cials. The construction of the Wynd ham Meat Works and the Wooroloo Sanatorium in this State fur nishesn fine examples of the extent to which Ministers may be led astray by the mistakes or carelessness of technical advisers. Judging by the report of the Royal Commissioner who has lately inquir ed into the New South Wales public ! service all is not absolutely' as it should be in the Mother State in re gard to officialdom. ? The Commis ?J?nie£ rf,r- Allard- in reporting on Walsh Island Dockyards, states that Walsh Island had been laid out The Governor of New South Wales, Sir Walter David...

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SCOTTS' BROOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

: ? SCOTTS' ^BRtlOK. At Scotts' Brook (Jayes) on the 9th1 inst., Mr ProTrse' addressed ;a large gathering lit' the Rifle' Range, Mr W. Sinuott acting as chairman. At the conclusion of the meeting a vote of thanks was proposed by Mr Doust, and enthusiastically carried ' (Signed, 0. Fattorini, Victoria St., Bunbury.)

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ECONOMY-RECIPES IN TIME OF HIGH PRICES. Sour Milk and Dripping. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

ECONOMY-RECIPES IN TIME OF HIGH PRICES. - Sour Milk and Dripping. The pages of a cookery-book conjure up before the housewife a picture of a dainty table Tvith its snowy linen, and its shining silver and pretty crockery, laden with tempting dainties prepared with her own hands. Many oi tne new- recipes, nowever, prove much more attractive in the reading than do the prepared viands in the eating, and often the housewife wishes that she had remained faithful to her old friends, the recipes she knows. When the prices of cooking in gredients are low, experiments may be made; but at present day prices only the successful cooking is inexpensive. Realising the necessity for economy in cooking, a subscriber sends a number of cake recipes in which dripping is substituted for butter, and in which, also, sour milk is used. All these re cipes have been tried again and again, and the product has proved very pala table. The generosity of this cook does not- stop at these cakes recipes, for she of...

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Country Party's Campaign. MEETING AT MANJIMUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

j tariff Httft '6impSlgis, MEETING AT MANJIMUP. On Saturday, the 8th inst , at the Public Hall, Manjiiaup, the Country Party Candidate for the Upper House (Mr J. H. Prowse) addressed a well attended meeting, Mr M. Johnston occupying the chair. ? In connection 'with State and Fed eral Government ; Department econ omies, Mr Prowse dealt with th necessity for the amalgamation of such as the Taxation and Statiaticial Departments, pointing out the influ ence that such waste in administra tion had upon the cost of living. In the matter of primary produc tion, it was shown that we had land capable of supplying our own needs, and men capable and willing to do so, but, on account of unsympathetic and unjudicioua legislation, we were precluded from holding our own, and were sending our gold to other States, instead of retaining it here' and applying it to' increased production and development. He pointed eut that while the cry was to produce, there was an alarming falling off of the area unde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

h^^^Ms^mS^^i Bw Wheel t- 1 M%Ww^M^SM r eopie Wo MB M^flliday tf Son WAGON AND WHIM BUILDERS. Tel. L119. SPRING PARK ROAD, MIDLAND JUNCTION. ~ Mill lien.— Whims supplied to Order. Our Wheels stand up to any amount of Hard Work. Carrying Capacity, from one to one hundred tons. ? WEST AUSTRALIAN ENTERPRISE. The above illustration is a representation of a pair of wheels just com pleted by Messrs. W. H. Halliday and Co., at their coachbuilding works in Midland Junction to the order of a Collie company for a timber whim. The Brobdignagean wheels stand 10ft. from the ground, the naves are 30in. x 36in spokes 8in. x 2iin., felloes Sin. x 5*in. . and tyres (covering a span of 31ft 5in.), 8 in. wide by lin. thick. The tyres 'alone weigh 18cwt., the total weight of the vehicle being approximately -five tons. There are very few coachbuilders in Australia prepared to undertake a similar contract, the successful carrying out of which is a justification of the firm's claim that there is 'nothing t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

Japan** fiexmnd for Wool. Evidehtly the days of low wages in Japan are passing, and! in bidding tor wools on the open market, Jap I anese buyers w ill not wor^ with such' a great advant* ige as -before, '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

DISTRICT AGENTS: Bunbury— Robekt Fokicest ; Busselton— rP. C. Caruteer3 ; 'DoifNYBROOK^C. H. 'Woodbk6obt BftiDGE;rowN^H.: Lake j; Harvegr—K T. Waejd. . . ...- . ? 'T&s ^Iciest ..Aubteallc&i'pmos. ':iE3tet£tfoh©d.;*f®4©';T ?'*? ^ . 'H^ad Offee'f -Jftr W.A. S' F©fef @©t Cliamb©Ei;:F%irtho CHAS.' H. OURLEWIS, Resident Secretary. THE SOUSE jFQR'FUtolTURE WORTH H^ytNtK ., BLINDS, - iJ IN 'CANVASS '? ^x OR CANE. '?'WVS'GES' ?-'''?? AND SEASON GOODS. ALL 8IZE8 IN STOCK. SPECIAL SIZES ko ORDER. AN INQUIftV FRdM AN Y L^EAMG^OtEL ^VlLL^bk VINCE YOU OF THE QUALITY; V DESIGNS ON ^PPLIGAtaON. ^ SPECIALITIES. WINDOW CURTAINS, DRAPERIES. ALL THE LATEST SHADOWS AND POPLINS, IN ART COLOURS. .'.* vBESIGNS BY EXPERT CUTTERS. -f'.\ .'.. BUY OF THE AGTUAJU-MA&Eli,' ?? ? .,-:. ' ?? Hay ' 'Street ' Perth; ? * - ? v For Totfrn and Country Residences. Light. ; The Cheapest Plant for Stores, Hotels, Halls, Private Homes; etc, on the Market. Plants -Isasfall^d fs'ossi1 £ IB 1O® ? -? '....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

T 5S JEI 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, ? ' V £48 TON. GALVANISED BARBED WIRE, 14 GAUGE, 57/6 COIL. ? «? ? ? '.???. NEW ZEALAND FLAX. REAPER AND BINDER TWINE, 8d.' lb. ; *0\%ieii purchasing a Stove, -.be sure that it is a WESTRAL, .?'''and- you will get the BEST STOVE ON THE MARKET, j ;j 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. ''? if ?^^u^^^iijL^l^^. ?- ? ^w_^^ ? -? ? .'-? ? nr^sS^- L 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. Tine Most Effici...

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Items of Interest. Adelaide to Melbourne Run. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

Items of Interest. Adelaide to Melbourne Run. The task of completing the Adelaide-Melbourne run in 20 hours is not so easy as people were disposed to imagine. Because Aunger did the journey in a motor car in .14 hours 54 minutes, many folk thought a motor cycle should find the 20-hour record a cinch. But none of the speedsters have yet succeeded in getting through in anything like 20 hours. What Aunger did 'is no criterion, for his performance is one of the most astound ing performances yet credited to a motor car anywhere. No doubt some motor cyclist will get through on time, but so far the road has beaten the roadsters. . ... * * *' ??'? A Big Transport Demonstration. . \ . . The American authorities are demonstrating the utility of the motor truck for transport purposes. A fleet of 35 rhotor^waggons (army type) was recently sent on an experimental trip across the American continent, to test the vehicles. In addition to the trucks, five cars, two ambulances, six motor cycles, two ...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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POCKET CAMERAS AND POCKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

POCKET CAMERAS AND POCKETS. . Nowadays;, when the term 'folding pocket camera' has a real significance, it will not be necessary to tell the careful worker that a pocket camera which will go into a pocket is not necessarily to be carried anyhow and without further protection in any pocket it happens to nt; ana it is mgmy aesiraDie tor the worker who eschews the leather sling case and carries his camera in his clothes to have a well-made, strong pocket in his. coat that will -hold the camera snugly when on his travels, and to use that pocket for nothing else. Many an excellent piece of apparatus and complicated shutter mechanism has gone wrong through the undesirable intrusion of shreds of tobacco, crumbs, fluff, and other foreign matter wont to accumulate in the average coat pocket;.

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BUBBLES IN LENSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

* * * « BUBBLES IN LENSES. One would be much less likely to discover bubbles in an inferior lens than in a good one. The glass used for making some of the finest quality lenses has the draw back that it cannot be manufactured so as to exclude all chances of bubbles. They, are never found in sufficient quantity to do any^harm, however, as if they were present to any extent we may be sure that the maker of the lens would not use that particular piece of glass.

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The Bridgetown Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

[?] Thef centre of the fruit growing dis trict df the South West sterns more than justified in extending its show over j|yo days, and the jcrowd that congregated on the opentDg; day .ex pressed freely the opinion that this was the most successful show yet held in the Garden City. The coun try is looking absolutely at its best, and grass and gardens are showing a luxuriance that would be hard to rival. The main street is one mass of* roses,- and the luxuriant blooms of these flowers, combined with the beauty of the shade trees, now burst ing into full leaf and bloom is a most pleasing sight. The name of the town could, well be changed from Bridge to Flora. There is a quiet air of prosperity about the town and the various business, houses were crowded with customers. Accommo dation was crowded arid many had ;to seek a? night's rest Sin the opeal However, there was no faijurein tlsej catering, and even if the bedding; was 'rough',1 there was goodly comfort fori the inner man. The stree...

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