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

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

* Whem better Car« are; fewalt EU1C1S w|llr;bulld fchenfi,' , Recently a motor trip was made by Mr. P. Quilty, from Cloncurry, North Queensland to Wvulhua, Northern Territory. The trip occupied less than 15 days, and no car troubles were experienced. lifto C£R, OF COURSE, was a ' BUICK.' *6a Satnrday last, Mr Fred Murray, of Hay, N.S.W., arrived in Perth, per motor, the. .trip having been carried out without the slightest trouble, riot even ;a tyre pump liaving to be uM during the 3onr- ; ney. Needless to Bay, THIS OAR WAS ALSO A ?? BUICK.' In New Soujih Wales, the Automobile Clubs conduct a number of Petrol Consumption trials to deter- , mine which cars give the most service for the least fuel consmnption. 'BUICJ£S' won the last three :, test. f. ' ? __' ' ' ? ? | 1: fewelleey, Watc&ea, Sttret, Silver-Plate : | I! Leatf&er &®i &gt CfcSaa. j | : I Purchases may be made by Mail. | 1! -MtSWB - ADELAIDE.,-,, LOND-dN^ [f Bo^e l slip -?' * - i w* . 8 1 -; ...

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Lyric Theatre. PROGRAMME FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

Lyric Theatre. PROGRAMME FOR THE WEEK. ' ? . ' nun iiiumi Saturday. — 'Fatal Ring1', 'Just Silvia,' Barbara Oastleton. Sunday. — 'Woman's Weapons,'' Ethel Clayton. Monday. — 'Her. First Mistake,'' Mack Sennett ; 'On the Quiet1' (Comedy), John Barrymore. Tuesday. — 'Triple Trouble,' a new Charlie Chaplin ; ''The Silent Battle,'' Warren Kerrigan. Wednesday. — 'Houdini,' 'Marie Ltd,' Alice Brady. . ? ...? Friday. — Double Feature Program: Goldwyn; 'Rule Britannia,1' official film released by English Government, in four parts ; 'Fatal Ring' ; ''Final Fraud' (Comedy Drama), All-star Oast. Farmers This Will Interest You— The Narrogin Trading-and ^Agency Co. Ltd., Bunbury have made ' ar rangements to give special demon strations with -the famous Domo separator at their stand on the hrst day of the Bunbury Show. Do not miss this.' ?'?'.' ? . .

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Sea Scout Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

Sea Scout Notes. Since the departure of the Rev. S. W. Edwdrds the troop has been carried on by the Rev. S. J. Mills and Mr J .- Lindnmn,. and enjoyable and profitable meetings have been held every Tuesday :evenmg, with but tew omissions, besides which a number of Saturday afternoons have been use fully spent in overhauling the boat, tinder the able direction of Mr Lind ^man, who has also rigged up a skeleton boat and given instruction in rowing. . Last Tuesday evening the parade opened with some marching, followed by some test work under the super vision of the patrol leaders. Before the roll call the Scoutmaster sprung a .surprise on the scouts by asking each what good turn they had done during the day. Aa can bo imagined, the .replies received were varied and in teresting, not to mention humorous. Two games followed, and caused both -amusement and excitement. j This afternoon the troop will meet' at 2 o'clock. j Latest reports state that our late Scoutmaster, the Rev. S. W. Edwar...

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

Ferguson. - The plain. and fancy dress ball held here on Friday, the 31st October was i\ greaL success, both from :i social mid financial standpoint. There was a good attendance, and dancing wenr with a swing from beginning to end. A dainty supper, which was handed riiind during the evening, was much appieciated. Mr Charlie Flynn act ed as M.C., and Mrs Gardiner kindly supplied most excellent music. Following are the costumes — Mrs Grover, .' Cow Girl,' Miss Mouns ford ' Queen of Hearts,' Miss Dolly Skipworth ' Girl Scout,' Miss Dver ' Eastern Dancer,' Miss Doreen Gardiner 'Mauri,'' Miss Gladys Gardiner ' iS Century,' Miss Ellen Gardiner 'Fortune Teller,' Mr Grover 'Cowboy.' .Having made a close study ot. Go carts and Perambulators for some considerable time W Zimpel 'always stocks the right article for comfort, durability, and value and has had manufactured to his special order a number ot carts, sulkies and cradles, spring perambulators that are not only comfortable but will delig...

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

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

. FULL RANGE. Obtainable at ; ' : phone- 122. . ??. . . Victoria Street, ; Buhbury.' .

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

Hand}r Food Co. — A re you going fishing and wont be- back for lunch ? If so, call at the Handy Pood Co. and they will supply you with luncheon dainties ready cooked. Try their beef and pork sausages for .your breakfast. You can -.always get cooked meats at the Handy Food Co., and all their goods are made on the premises, under hygienic conditions by experienced workmen. The Handy Food Co., Stephen-street, Bunbury.

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

CapeL Miss Coral McCarlie, who has act ed as monitor in the Stirling School for some time, has been transferred in charge. of Klsinore school,, near Wickepin. Miss McCarlie was very popular in 'the district and_ will be missed by^a large' circle of friends. The CJapel cricketers (second elev en) journey to Boyanup today to try conclusions with Boyanup's second elevens; ' Corporal Frank Ben! ley (j'ust re turned) and his genial father-in-law, Sam Rose, put in Sunday fishing and had a 'fine, haul- of 6 large'- perch. Good luck, Frank. Norman McTaggarl (irtta), cough ed up a' shrapnel' pellet the. other day. Good luck Norm. Wish you could remove that one near your spine.- ,' ? . -. - - 1 An innovation in the town is the recently established hair-dressing saloon. The proprietor, Erri Solo mon lost a leg in the defence of- his country, but, judging by the appear ance .of his patrons, when they leave the saloon this has in no way affect ed his skill, as everybody appears to be perfectly s...

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Federal Elections. NOMINATIONS. SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

Federal elections. NOMINATIONS. SEN ATE. Crawforcl, James (Country Party). Risley, Victor (Country. Party). Brockinan, Brig -Gen (Nationalist)., Lynch, Patrich (Nationalist). Pearce, George Foster (Nationalist). Gorman, Thomas (Labour). I Graham, William (Labour). Needhain, Edward (Labour). HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ' Perth. Carter, Lionel (Nationalist). Fowler, James (Nationalist). Cuctiu, John (Labour). ? Hartrey, Gerald (Freetrader). ?-?'??'.-?? Dampier. Gregory, Henry (Country Party). Lo wry; Thomas (Labour). '?' Freniantle. ? ; Burchell, Reginald (Nationalist). Clementson, Andrew (Labour). 1 Kalgoorlie. Heitnian, Edward (Nationalist). ., Mahon, Hugh (Labour).' bwan. - Oorboy, Edwin (Labour).' Hedges, William (Nationalist). Prowse; John (Country Party). (C. Fattorini, Victoria St., Bunbury.) i

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ELECTRIC LIGHT REFERENDUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

[?] The public meeting called by the Mayor and held in the Council Chambers on Monday evening last had a very definite and convincing effect on the minds of the majority of those Dresent. \A/hilfi nearlv all nrp. sent appeared to approve of that por tion of the Council's proposals which related to the purchase of a thousand pounds vyorth of heavier cables for the transmission of electric current, much discussion ranged around the question of the purchase of the Mech anical Underfeed Stokers, but those in opposition seemed to be very un happy in, the position assumed, their chief argument appeared to be . that ,we should- wait a while in the hope of- something better turning up, and that, in the meantime, the question of installing a producer gas. plant should be enquired into. The weigh! of fact and expert opinion was dead against this, for, as was shown, Albany . aud Geraldton had both purchased Pro ducer Gas Plants with most disaster ous results. Albany is in darkness and appears ...

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TRANS-CONTINENTAL RAILWAY. A SETTLEMENT PROBABLE. Kalgoorlie, Nov. 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWAY. ? A ? A SETTLEMENT PROBABLE. Kaleroorlie, Nov. 4. It was rumoured around the Fields to-day, that if the Trans-continental '.line trouble has not already been fixed up, there is every possibility of finality being reached in the course of a day or two.

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INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES AT THE MINES. Kalgoorlie, Nov. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES AT ? THE MINES. .-:?.??. , ? ? » ? 5-^- KalffOorlie, Nov. 14. There is no change in the position of; the industrial trouble on the mines. To-day everything is quiet.

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Vice-Regal. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

Vice-Regal, His Excellency, the Governor, Sir William Ellison- Macartney, is on a visit to the South- West, and stayed last night in Bunbury, where he at tended a. gathering of the local Masons.

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AMAZING AND EXTRAORDINARY ACCIDENT Melbourne, Nov. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

AMAZING AND EXTRAORDIN ARY ACCIDENT ? « ? , Melbourne, Nov. 14. ?An accident occurred at Port Mel bourne late last night, when a motor car dashed out of Rouse Street straight at Port Melbourne Lagoon, and, turning over in the air, as the wheels struck the raised edging of the wharf, turned a somersault into the water several feet below. ; A diver went down into 12 feet of water, into which the car had plung ed, and found the body of a man with his legs secured iu the ho_od at the rear of the car. It was ascertained that this mau was the only passenger when the car leaped into the lagoon. The body has been identified as McLay, widower, aged 45, residing at North Caiiton. ' Smith, the driver. .. had a miraculous escape, since he had ???~ been freed to float to the surface. The board struck the forepart of the hood and tore ifba'ck, but his unfort unate passenger became jammed in the woodwork of the hood, and when the diver foun-i him, he had evident ly made an agonising struggle to fr...

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

Social and Personal Congratulations to Mr and Mrs G. G. Scott; ;o'f Collie, on the arrival of a daughter./* The. teachers of the Bunbury State School recently presented the Rev-.'. Andrew Buchanan wjth an enlarged' photograph of the group of teachers taken at the 21st annual gathering, held by Mr and Mrs Buchanan for the teachers of the Bunbury district.. The presentation took place at the State School on October 23rd, and was made by Mr Telford on behalf of the donors. He thanked Mr Buchan an for the interest he .had taken in the school in the past, and said that the teachers desired to make a little presentation as a mark of their esteem. Mr Buchanan, who was much niovsd at the action of the teachers, suitably replied, and apologised for the absence of his wife. The Rev. G. A. Legge,, of the Congre gational Church, Perth, and the Rev. G. Morris, of Busselton, were present, and both gentlemen expressed their pleasure at being able to attend and were gratified to know that their old...

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

Yarie@p. Labour Day was signallised here abouts by the celebration of the marriage of Mr F. Eastcott and Miss Flo Gates, as, well as other interest ing events. The former drew enor mous crowds to the Church on the hill side. The other events drew others coast wards. The kangaroo party are quite enthusiastic over the day's sport, and everyone seems to have enjoyed it except perhaps the hunted 'roos. The specimen on ex hibit in one of the shops afterwards seemed unique of its kind, even Mr Twomey might have shed contrite tears at its hasty demise. In its) day it was a sturdy 'roo and nibbled much of our cheese and wheat. The worst feature of the affair was that poor J. T. was harrassed afterwards by local law an' order for 'permits,' just as if our sporty Jack knew of anything so improper. We hope that in future he will try to live, a decent life. Fancy a mouse after a day's kanga rooing ! Verily, it was Labour Day and ' the mountain in labour produc ed only a ridiculous mouse.' That'...

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Nannup. CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 15 November 1919

Nannup. — * — CRICKET NOTES. A meeting of delegates from Nannup, Ellis Creek, and Barrabup, was held at the Nannup Hotel on Sunday, the 9th November, with the object of forming a Cricketing As- sociation. The following delegates attended : — Ellis Creek : Clancey aud Leithead ; Barrabup : Thompson and Mowdy ; Nannup : Blythe and   O'Halloran. Mr Thompson was voted to the chair, and Mr M. O'Halloran was elected secretary. On the motion of Mr O'Halloran, seconded by Mr Mowdy, it was de- cided to form 'The Lower Black-   wood Cricket Association.   Many members of local clubs work at one centre and reside, in another, and a lengthy debate took place as to which club they should play with. Eventually it was decided that they should continue to play with the team that they had previously belonged to. It was resolved that players must be members of a club in the Associa- tion. It was also resolved that matches start at 11 a.m., with a lunch interval ...

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