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The Central Ward. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 19 November 1919

Th§ Oeoirai Ward. Evidently the Municipal Elections are not going to be the quiet v/alk over that was expected, and in additr ion to the Mayoral contest, Mr Alex Richardson, the well known draper, is contesting the Central Ward. Mr Richardson has proved himself a shrewd business man and has ac quired interstsjn Bunbury.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Congregational Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 19 November 1919

Congregational Church. The 52nd Anniversary of the Sun day School was celebrated on Sun day and Monday last, when the Church was prettily decorated with flowers and ferns. In the morning, there was inangurated the Young Worshippers League, and the large number ot young folk who came at 10 30 to become members of the new league gives great promise for its ' future success. The morning service took the form of a demonstration to illustrate the nature of the League and its form of service. It was foll owed with intense interest by adults and children alike. The modifica tions introduced for the purpose of interesting the young people, were found to be as much appreciated by the grown-ups. The crowning event of the Anniversary was the special Parents' Service held in the afternoon Not for many a year had there been so large a gathering. The parents, in response to a special invitation, came in full numbers and filled a large portion ot the Church which had been reserved for them. A plea...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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State Championship Band Contest. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 19 November 1919

State Ohamplonsfsip land Contest. At the Traders' Association meet ing on Monday last, Mr W H. Kaes hagen made a strong appeal to the members for financial support. He outlined the fact that the Season Committee had spent £500 in adver tising the town and distract, and said that this had been a big item in the prosperity of the town. The compet ition from other centres had forced the committee to largely inorease the prize list, which this year would amount to ^'215. There had been a surplus of d890 carried over from past contests, but this would be entirely eaten up this year. Members knew that his committee had considerable loss over the financing of the Bunbury Silver Cup, and this had been a sev ere drain upon their funds. To retain the contests for Bunbury it would be necessary to always hold a reserve of .£200. The Municipal Council had not met the committee with i he same spirit as shown by the Ballaraf Council, on the other hand its action was handicapping instead of assisti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 19 November 1919

Furniture at a lower price — When you are Furnishing in elaborate style or making a simple little home you will find in W ZimpePs showrooms exactly what you seek, marked at a' friendly price. On the principle that there is no economy where quality is not considered, I make strength, durability and artistic designs my first consideration, notwithstanding the faultless merits of my goods. 1 I will show you how to furnish taste fully and well for a small outlay, and the pleasure will not be all mine when you call to inspect. CENTRAL WARD. rmTirriMiiiii iiiiiHiiiiiiinirTiinriintinnMBigmfTwiMiirmiMW* ' To the Ratepayers of Central Ward. Ladies and Gentlemen, As the result of a largely signed petition, I have consented to ^ be nominated as a candidate for the position of Councillor for the Central Ward. It shall be my earnest endeavour if elected, to guard the inter- , ests of the Ratepayers I represent, and do my utmost for the advancement of Bunbury generally. With my business knowledge...

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Wheat, Fruit and Meat. THE NECESSITY FOR ADEQUATE STORAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 19 November 1919

Wheat, Fruit and laat. . THE NECESSITY EOR ADEQUATE STORAGE. Mr. . Stirling Taylor addressed a well-attended meeting at the Bridge town Road Board Hall on Wednesday evening last, when Mr A Oullen pre sided. Included in the audience wer& representatives of faraers, orchardists and pastoralists from Mt. Barker, Bunbury, Balingup, Boyup, Bridge town. Manjimup and other centres. In the course of his address, Mr Taylor pointed out the necessity for proper provisions being made for the erection of Silos and Machinery for the bulk handling of wheat, so that it could be placed upon the market by the cheapest method. He instanced the systems in vogue in America, both Canada and the United States, and urged a careful study of these methods and their prompt adoption. Mr Taylor briefly reviewed the finanical position of the State and Commonwealth, he said that the chief necessity at the present time was that of increased production, and to bring this about, every facility inust be given...

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Bunbury Traders' Association [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 19 November 1919

iunburi Traders9 Issog iation Mr Geo Tipping presided at the monthly meeting of the Association on Monday night, when the following were present: Messrs A North, see tetary, J Monkhouse, treasurer, Ohadd Kaeshagen, Potter, Minors, Richard son, Dewhurst, Wass, Trethowen. North ^ood and Foreman. Apologies were received from Messrs 0 Wood and J Boulden. Mr G 0 Money, M.L.A. wrote ^stating that he had no fresh informa tion to hand re the abolition of the late shopping night and the sale of the State Saw Mills. Sleeping and Dining Oars — Mr Minors drew attention to the small patronage these were receiving. The Association had a hard battle to secure these privileges for Bunbury and now there mij*ht be a likelihood of loosing them, as he was informed that the authorities were not satis fied with the results. He urged all members to take full advantage of the cars. Mr Minors received the support of all members present. Wheat Famine — Mr Kaeshagen stated that very few knew the trouble produ...

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Wedding PRICHARD—MARSH [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 19 November 1919

Wedding PRICHARD— MARSH A pretty. wedding of much interest was celebrated on, Monday, the 17th inst, when Miss Lilla Marsh, daught er of Mr and Mrs W L Marsh, of the. Prince of, Wales .Hotel, was mar ried to Mr John L Prichard, of Bun bury. The ceremony took place in the ConveDt Chapel, the Rev Arch deacon Smyth officiating. The bride entered the ChapeF on' the. arm of her father and looked charming in a lovely frock of ivory satin de soi, embroidered with silver^ thread and pearls. A long beautifully embroid ered train, lined with shell pink crepe de chine, fell from the shoulders, and she wore a veil embroidered with lillies of the valley' and carried a sheaf of lillies. She w'as attended by Misses O Maush and A Delfs as bridesmaids, the former looking well in a prettv, hand embroidered white voile frock, with copper colored hat, and the latter wore a dainty white voile dress trimmed with fillet lace, and a mauve hat. Both brides maids carried bouquets to match their hats. The bri...

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Balingup Repatriation Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 19 November 1919

Balingup Repatriation Committee. A meeting of the aboye was held on the 10th inst., the following mem? bers being present: — Messrs J. L. Rose (chairman) T. H. Wright, J. Hawter, H. Wansbrough and F. W. l,ukis (secretary;. Correspondence was read and dealt with as under : — ' ? Deputy Comptroller — Nomination form for appointment of local medical officer. .This will be forwarded to Dr Hume, of Greenbushes, with a view to his appointment. 'War Service Homes Department — Acknowledgment of receipt of com? mittee's report on Mr S Cluning's property inspected for Mr S A White Comptroller Soldier Settlement — 1 Request for report on Mr E Smith's property inspected for J W Caffin. The report was forwarded. (2) Re port re W. A. Flemming's application for father's property. A further inspection of this property was decid ed on. (3) Authority for local committee to act as qualification board re Mr E R Armstrong's ap plication. Deputy Comptroller — (1) Messrs F Robinson's and W N Holds worth's...

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TO THE WOMEN AND SOLDIERS OF AUSTRALIA. To The Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 19 November 1919

TO THE WOMEN AND SOLDIERS OF AUSTRALIA. To The Editor. What a satire, the way the Feder al Government is helping to ' Build up a Nation.' The cry of all nations during the War has been, ' Build up the Nation,' ' Save the Mother,' ' Rear the Child,' ' We must over take the ' wastage caused by War,' ' We must be prepared for the future both in the practice of the Arts oi Peace, as well as the Arts *of War,' To do this we must have population. . Under' the Tariff Item 55, Infants' and Invalids' Foods are admitted free and have been so classed both before and since Federation. The Peace Treaty has not yet been signed and the soldiers have not yet all returned to their homes and the echoes of the cries of '*£Save child life,' and ' Build up a Nation ' are yet being heard in the plea for our women to marrv and for those that are married to have larger families, with promises of ex tra concessions, and while they are making these promises the Govern ment is taxing the Food of infants and t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 19 November 1919

.^ -Go To No one likes to SHOW ^REOKLES, so use Nyal's Face Cream fs. 9d. 38. riADD JB? f**$*\ CHEMISTS,. W/AJrUIL CIS vUm BUNBURY. . ARTHUR NORTH, . House, Laud, Insurance, and General Commission Agent, AUCTIONEER and SWORN VALUATOR, Near Railway Station, Bunbury. LOOK HERE FOR BARGAINS. FOR SALE: Farm Fob Sale— Boyup Brook, near Railway Siding, Locations 2411, 5253, 100* acres each. Full price ^350. Good chance Jior returned raau. The soil is the best inW.A. Also several other Houses and Land in all parts of Bunbury. See me at once and secure Bargains, they are i croing fast. ? Two^nice allotments on time pa'y ^ ment, -Nice Broomed brick House, tubs, copper, outbuildings, electric light. £900. Terms: £400 deposit, balance ? remain on mortgage. 'Stirling^st. This is the chance for Thrifty Pur chasers. Now is your time. Enquire ? early and secure a bargain. You : cannot build at the prices. Also two Good Cows in full mil if, and three-l,000-Gallon Gal. Tanks. Write at once for full ...

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Farmers and Settlers NELSON DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 19 November 1919

farmers and Settlers NELSON DISTRICT COUNCIL. The quarterly meeting of the above was held at Bridgetown on the 7th inst. The following members were present— Messrs A Cullen (chairman) R G Uphill CBalingnp), M Read (Boyup), G M Johnstone, C Bond, C E Doust, C E Ozanne, (Bridge town), W Sinnott (Upper Black wood). The C.P. Candidate for Swan, Mr J H Prowse and Mr W fJutcliffe, Organiser for the Farmers' and Sett lers' Association also attended. Apologies were read from J Haw ter, J L Rose, F Maslin, A 0 Reeve and 0 Braine. Mr C Isaac Doust, the first secret ary of the Council, was congratulated on his return to civil life and his appointment to the management of the Manjimup Co-operative store. _A message of congratulation was forwarded to Mr W C Hill, President of the Victorian Farmers and Sett lers no his election as Federal Mem ber for Echuca. He is the second direct farmers' representative in the Federal House. Mr Read moved that the Railway Commissioner be asked to put a weighbri...

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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 19 November 1919

Mail Hofices. v ? _ Mails close at the Bunbury Post Office at 1.40 p.m. on 'the dates mentioned for the places indicated- — (Jnited Kingdom, Dec 21. Asia. Nov. 24, Egypt, Nov. 24. . ' ? ; Easten States, Nov. 20 and 21. I America and Canada, Nov. 24. ] South Africa, Nov. 22.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 19 November 1919

Farmers This Will Interest You— The Narrogin Trading and Agency Oo. 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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Shipping. VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 19 November 1919

Shipping. Vessels cn Port. Premier, Dredge. . Barque Garthneill 1340 tons, (Mil lars' T. and T. Co, Ltd, agents.) ' .S.s. Naimes, (A. E. Jackson, agent) Arrtvals. ? i S.s. Naimes. j Expected Arrivals. '' Nov. 21, s.s. Kurnalpi, (R. For rest, agent.) e — s_s- Kooringa/(T. Hayward and fc»on, Ltd, agents.) Nov. 20, s.s. Baron Elcho, (H. H. Abrahamson, agent.) Nov. 21, s.s. Yankalilla, (A. E. Jackson, agent.) - Nov. 28, s.s. Huntress, (Millars T. and T. Co. Ltd, agents.) S.s. Adra, (H. H. Abrahamson, agents.)

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Madame Roskard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 19 November 1919

t Madame Roskard. Madame Roskard, of Melbourne, the well known skin and hair special ist is on a visit to Bunbury, and can be- consulted daily from 10 a.m. till 5 p.m. at the Prince of Wales Hotel. Mme Roskard has a large practice in N Melb6urne, and does business all over, the Commonwealth. She speci alises in the treatment of superfluous hair, and her toilet preparations have years of experience and success to back them up. As Mme Roskard does not expect to be in Bunbury more than a week, or a fortnight at the latest, persons in need of advice on skin and hair troubles would do well to avail themselves of this op portunity of obtaining expert treat ment and advice.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 19 November 1919

One Minute from Beach and Bathe. SW£§r& ?&$£*«&*- SuUsand Wdlla JOvs»S»iT Bottled. Daniel Crawford's Bulk Whisky ' * IXs 6d per footfcle. S. C AVERILL, P*oprt*to*. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 19 November 1919

CAPEL. PROPRIETOR - A. E. MOORE. - A Delightful Country Holiday Resort. .Easy motoring distance of Busselton and the Caves. , f Best Liquors only Stocked. /

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 19 November 1919

? — i ? — '-';£? |||||||m ? ^__ ? ? [ ? ? ' ? I ,,^^^^,-m The Most Centrally Situated Hotel in Banfettfy. . . ..Proprietor. » ? ? '?'??'. Wines Beers, and Spirits of the Finest Quality . Most Popular Billiard Room in the Town. Every Convenience and Comfort for Boarders at Reasonable Rates. J.~ - Visit Harvey Weir and Miles of Orange Grovos. -' ISpecial Provision made for Week End Parties and.HoIiday Seekers. THE HARVEY HOTEL x '' Comprises over 16 Bedrooms Spacious Dining Room, Parlors, Music '' , ? 'and Billiard Rooms, Hot and Cold Baths, Motor Shed Stabling, and ' ' ' all the most up-to-date Conveniences. 'l , JLetters and Telegrams promptly attended to. '' Telephone No. 34. ;. '; . A. R. Franklin. (Late of Hazell's Photo Plays) Proprietor. -' - BRUNSWICK HOTEL. * Excellent Accommodation for Visitors. Motorists especially catered for. ^ -Commercial Travellers please Note ! Under V, N entirely New Management. Mrs. KELLY jy^ - Proprietiresa - Victoria Street, Btmbfoy. ' ? The larges...

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A CONTRADICTION. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 19 November 1919

A CONTRADICTION. ' -To the Editor .- Sir.— I enclose copy of correspond, ence that has taken place between the secretary of our Greenbushes Branch ?of the'Farmers and Settlers' Associa tion and Messrs Boans, Limited : — Dear Mr Boan. — Mr Gorman, speaking at Greenbushes on Satur day and Sunday last, made the following assertion : That you em ployed a returned soldier (who had lost a leg) as liftman, and that when j you found he was drawing a pension of 25s. you reduced his salary to the award rate, i.e., that you only paid him £2. Can you condradict ? —(Signed; J. O. Kerr. Reply. - ?'.. Mr J. 0. Kerr.— Sir.— We beg lo acknowledge 'receipt of your favor . of the 9th inst., addressed to our Mr H. Boan, and we are astonished : at the statement made by Mr . . Gorman. We can flatly contradict same as it is absolutely incorrect. We shall be glad, if you have the opportunity of publicly contradict ing Gorman's statement, for you to do so. Thanking you in anticipa : tion. — (Signed) H. Will...

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