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Nannup. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

Hannup. The Nanuup Cricket Team went' to Balingup on Sunday the 16th inst where they won a game of cricket by two runs. There are rumours that an attempt is being made to get a Cottage Hos pital for Nannup and the adjoining mills. A bazaar in aid of the proposed R-oman Catholic Church was held in in the Nannup Hall on. Saturday, the 15th inst, and, though only a few. weeks had been spent in making pre parations, the success was beyond the most sanguine expectations. From the sale of goods, raffles, dance etc a sum of £50 was netted. This should go a long way towards pro viding timber for the erection of the building. It is reported that Father -VJcCormack left Busselton for Nan uup to assist at the Bazaar, but his :notor car, acting as such vehicles often do, compelled him to return home. The Fairy Fortuneteller and the fish pond were run by Miss F Grant. The Fancy Stall by Mes dame T Brennan and ]no. Kearney. The Sweets Stall by Miss V Lindsay and Miss M Higgins. Tea stall Mrs B Li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

ALL SWEETS Home-made. ?? : American Candy Kitchen, \ Next Lyric Theatre. I ^^^^ ? ** ' FRESH FISH. SMOKED FISH, BAIT Daily All Supplies Guai'anteed. South-We t Fish SapptyiGo. Corner Victoria and Symmouds Streets, BUNBURY. Address correspondence Michelis & Athass NURSE BRIGHT Has Superior Accommodation during and waiting ACCOUCHEMENT. TERMS MODERATE. Arrangements made for Children. Doctors in Attendance. Zoe Street, Bunbury. Phone 66. A, SCHEKOWSKY, ~ BAKER, VICTORIA-ST, BUNBURy. Wedding and Birthday Cakes sup plied on shortest notice. Small Goods and Bread fhe Best. 'wTTjerbyT Hairdresser, Tobacconist and Stationer, CARR'S BUILDINGS, BUNBURY NOW OPEN: Bendigo Cup, Nov. 19. December Hdp, Dec. 13. I Communicate with Hobart direct by every mail. 'Phone 52. PETERS 8 GILLDV ill monuSntSnH' m\ Sculptors. . P^fep] TCI.A1101 Il^t'iSiSa Head office and ^T^*''^ Show Yard : -3j West Subiaco, yvjj Three Minutes ?^M walk West of ff^S Statton. rSg'j$ Manufacturers %CJ v, and Importers) p...

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THE GOLDEN MILE. Kalgoorlie, Nov. 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

THE GOLDEN MILE. ? » ? Kaleroorlie, Nov. 21. The issuing of relief coupons, by A.W.TJ. to members, is being contin ued at Boulder, otherwise the position with regard to the mines' trouble is unchanged. The parties in dispute are jnst marking time.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

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

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AMERICA AND GERMANY. Washington, Nov. 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

AMERICA AND GERMANY. Washington. Nov. 21. . The Republican leaders claim that Congress will be able, by itself, to pass a resolution declaring that state of war with Germany has ended, without presidential consent. The question is unprecedented and it is probable tha't in the event of such a contingency, that the question would be required 1o go before the Supreme Court. A message from Vancouver states that Senator Hitchcock has announc ed that President Wilson will with draw the treaty, and re-submit it lir December, adding a compromise to the reservations, which will probably^ be acceptable to the Republicans.

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Upper Blackwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

Upper Biaokwood. On Friday November ,7th Boyup Brook was en fete, it being the Wel come Home for returned men of the Boyup Ward. ' The \ programme opened with sports ;it the .Recreation Ground and following is the result of the competitions :- Sheffield, A Jones 1st, W Moulton 2nd. Light Horse Turu-out. W Moulton 1st, S Bilston 2nd. Cigar and Umbrella Race, F Chilton 1st, C Butterly 2nd. Log Chop, J Dodd 1st, J C Smith 2nd. Gents Hack, W Moulton 1st, M Brenrian 2nd. Tug of Wars Soldiers v Civilians, Soldiers 1. The log chop was an exciting event a few seconds only dividing contest ants and it reflected great credit on the haudicapper, Mr Richardson of Wilga. Unfortunately . thunder storms during the previous week had rendered the course too boggy for racing events. Afterwards a banquet was held in the Hall, and this was a triumph for the Committee who had transformed the building with bunting and green ery until it resembled a fairy bower hung with Chinese lanterns. The tables were ...

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VON HINDENBURG. Berlin, Nov. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

VON HINDENBURG. — ♦- ? Berlin, Nov. 20. A renewal of the militarist demon stration on Monday, in expectation of Von Hindenburg's arrival, resulted in disputes between Nationalists and Independents, necessitating the mili tary clearing the streets. Troops have been posted to prevent a re cuxrence. Major Lutwitz, at the head of a volunteer detatchment, with flags flying and bands 'playing, marched to Yon Hindenburg's villa, where he reviewed the troops. Major Lutwitz was arrested for leading an unauthorised procession.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

We want you to call on us and get our prices and catalogues of the following : — Ford Cars and Ford Trucks, Studebaker Oars . Indian, Triumph, and Douglas Motor Cycles. Armstrong's famous ladies and gentlemen's Push Bicycles. Stocks on hand. Vv?e can arrange special terms We also have large stocks of Danlop a a i Good Year Motor povers and Tubes and all other motor accessories. Massey Harris Machinery. Dobbies New Home, aud Dobbies Special Sewing Machines (stocks on hand). Malloch Bros, (all their lines), including Alston Windmills, Ridd Milking Machines, and Dreadnought Tree Pullers, etc , etc. Moggitts Linseed Modi. Adamax Roofing Felt. We stock everything you require at prices equai to Perth at the Darrogin Craitstg % Jigency £o. . Qnited, General Merchants, Bunbury, Narrogin, William and Subiaco. Are known throughout the South-West. Every Leading Line Stocked. Country Orders Receive Prompt and Skilled Attention. WE KEEP ONLY THE BEST. J. Monkhouse, Victoria Street, Bunbury. ?Pho...

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CAPTURE OF KURSK. London, Nov. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

CAPTURE OF KURSK, ? * ? London, Nov. 22. A Bolshevik wireless claims the capture of Kursk. It also claims in the course of the months' operations against Admiral Kolchak captures include 10 generals, 1,000 officers, 27,000 men, and 30 guns.

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Presentation to Mr F. W. Steere. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

Presentation to Mr F. W. Steere, At the Bunbury Harbour Board office on Monday morning last, a very pleasant function was held to bid farewell to the ex-chairman, Mr F W, Steere. The meeting was well attended by members ofcthe Board, past and present, and included Mr A F Spencer, the present chairman, His WorshiD the Mavor. Messrs H. M Beigel, J G-Baldock, J Monk house, F W Roberts, J J Cooke and W J Cope. The chairman said that they had met that day to recognise the ser vices of one who, during his 22 years residence in the town, had proved one of its ablest and most' useful citizens. It was with deep regret Lhat he heard that' Mr Steere had left Bunbury and, having sold his home, was practically severing his connections with the town. He had looked forward to Mr Steere's return from the front to receive help in carrying on the work of the Board, They would sadly miss Mr Steere's advice and counsel. He felt, how ever,, that Mr Steere had taken on a good task, and that he would as a...

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The Bunbury Herald Special Cable Service. CAPTAIN DOUGLAS' DEATH. London, Nov. 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

The Bunbury Herald Special Cable Service. CAPTAIN DOUGLAS' DEATH. ? o ? London, Nov. 21. A representative of the Australian Press Association interviewed Miss Mabel Wooiley, the -fiancee of the late Captain Douglas, who said she was thoroughly dissatisfied with the conduct of the inquest. She was present at the ascent on October 30, when the machine made a bad landing and Douglas escaped with a slight injury to -his hand. Thereafter she saw Captain Douglas daily until the evening before his departure. He seemed uneasy, whereas, prior to October 30, he was full of confidence, and regarded his machine and engine as perfect. He considered it the best that he had ever flown. He watched ihe subsequent repairs anxiously. These lasted until the evening, before his departure. Captain Douglas felt he must get away, and feared people jeering his long delay. Miss Wooiley fears that owing to this he may have departed against his better judge ment, although he never voiced his doubts with refere...

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Social and Personal [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

Social and Personal, 'Mr A. Bknton (General Manager of the 'Daily News'), with Mrs Blanton aiwi family, are touring the Southwest. After a short stay at the Rose Hotel they are leaving to-day for the Oaves and will return and wisit Bridgetown and the places en route. Mr Blanton hopes to proceed to Albany before returning to Perth. If there is anything in heredity, another champion axeman has been born. The happy parents are Mr and Mrs Charles H andmer, of G reenbushes. Charlie holds the present -State title. Mrs Handmer was well known in Bunbury as Miss McLernon. Mr and Mrs Stanley Lewis re visited Bunbury at Show time, coming from out-baek. Mr Lewis is in the Force, and Mrs Lewis all through the war, was a most energetic worker on -. soldiers' comforts. -

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Science Chats. ON THE HORSE AND ITS ANCESTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

Scitsnce Ghats, (By Arnold U. Henn.) ON THE HORSE A^D ITS r ANCESTORS. A short time ago, one of our veter inary surgeons here asked me what was my definition of a 'thorough- bred'. It was not so easy a question to answer as, on the face of it, it seems. I think therefore, a little 'chat' on the subject at the head of this article may be an interesting contribution to the general know ledge of mv readers. It is in nearly all cases, a matter of great difficulty to trace the animals and plants which man has domestic ated or cultivated- to the original wild stock from which they have been derived. It is generally agreed, however, that the Mongolian wild horse represents the chief stock from which the horses of Europe and those conveyed to America and Aus tralia by Europeans were derived. This wild horse was formerly known . as inhabiting the Kirghiz Steppes, and was called the Tarpan. It became extinct there nearly 100 years ago. The natives of that dis trict asserted that the pure bree...

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The Bunbury Herald SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22 Local and General, [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

The Bunbury Herald SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22 Local and General, ? r~ ~^r Federal Elections. — Brigadier- Gen- eral DrakeBrockuian, the selected National Federation candidate for the Senate, will address a meeting at the Lyric Theatre on Friday evening next at 9 o'c'ock. To enable him to do this, the pictures will start at 7-30 p.m. instead of the usual time. (O. Fattorini. Victoria St., Bunbury.) Municipal Elections. — Mr Arthur North is advertised in another column to speak to the elect oi's of Bunbury generally, and those of the Central Ward in particular, to-night at Monk house's corner, Victoria Street. It will be a good thing for every elector and ratepayer to come and hear their , trusted friend, who has had eleven years' municipal experience in the Bunbury Council. Congregational Church. — Sunday, *. ;? 11.30, Young Worshippers' League ; 31 a.m., Service, 'Faith and Char acter'; 7.30, Monthly Brotherhood Service, 'How may we know that we have Eternal Life ?' Nuropathi. — Mrs L. M...

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Bunbury Freezing Works. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

Buobury Freezing Works. Mr, Stirling Taylor advises that Senator Pearce who established the wooHen mills and could give consid erable information on woollen mills, meat works and -the fruit market overseas, will be in Bunbury on Tuesday 25th at 4 p.m , and is desir-^. ous of meeting as many of the farmers as possible to discuss the proposed erection of freezing works in Bunbury. A special invitation is extended to both farmers and fruit growers in the Bunbury zone. .The organiser, Mr G, E. Clarke, hopes that this intimation will be sufficient to insure a large attendance on that date. Reports from the country centres prove that the proposed works in Buubury are meeting with enthusias tic approval, aud it is hoped, in th e course of the next three weeks, that the preliminary report as to site of works will be prepared to place be fore the large Conference to be held in Bunbury early in January. The meeting will be held in'the Municipal Chambers. Until the discoveries of these carv in...

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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

Mail Notices. . -- - ? v 7 Mails close at the Bunbury Post Office at 1.40 p.m. on the dates mentioned for the places indicated:— United Kingdom, Nov. 29. -. Asia. Nov. 29, Egypt, Nov. 29. Eastern States, Nov. 24. ? gSNorth- West Ports, Nov. 22. America and Canada, Nov. 24. South Africa, Nov. 22.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

[? y/* j-4_3 ', V^gfe** J „ 'We are the W. H. Halliday & Sotk WAGON AND WHIM BUILDERS. Tel- L119. SPRING PARK ROAD, MIDLAND JUNCTION. Mill Men.— Whims supplied to Order. Our Wheels stand up to any amount of Hard Work. Carrying Capacity from one to one hundred tons.

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Shipping. VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

Shipping. . Vessels in Port. Premier, Dredge. Barque Garthneill 1340 tons, (Mil lars' T. and.T. Co, Ltd, agents.) S.s. Yatikalilla (A. E« Jackson, agent.) - S.s, Adra (A. E. Jackson, Agent). AEErVALS. Nov. 20. — S.s. Nainies. Ndfr. 20.— S.s, Adrar Nov. 2i,- s.s. Kurnalpi, (R. For i rest, agent.) Nov. 21, s.s. Baron Elcho, (H; H. Abi-ahamson, agent.) ? Nov. 21, s.s. Tankalilla, (A. E. Jackson, agent.) Expected Arrivals. Nov. 24.— s.s. Kooringa, (T. Hay ward and Son, Ltd, agents.) Nov. 25, 8 s. Huntress, (Millars T. and T. Co. Ltd, agonts.) ? ? Depastures. Nov. 21.— S.s. Naimes,(A. E. Jack son, agent) for Melbourne. ^ Nov. 21. — S s. Kurnalpi.

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LEVIATHAN WHEELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

LEVIATHAN WHEELS. The rohoto print shown depicts a whim built by -Messrs. W. H. Halli dav andPSon? of Midland Junction, for a South-West Timber Company Readers interested in whims and other special requirements m the world of whS should not fail to communicate with Messrs. W. H. Halhday and Son. ? '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

? - -»Go TTo ?? No one likes to SHOW FRECKLES, so use £&. I 8 9 IP33 /^^& SMyals Face Cream Is. 9d. 3s. pADD JSL #^iO CHEMISTS, ^^^^^% HA!B AND SKIN SPECIALISTS. ^K^^i^ SUPERFLUOUS HAIR SPEGiALISTS. ^^^^^M^^^^^_, 121 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. ^™ 7g&Sii2&iiw is 011 a visit to Bunbury, and can be consulted %, at the Prince of Wales Hotel daily '' ' - from 22nd to 29th NOVEMBER. Hours: 10 /' ?- ?* a.m. till 5 p.m. Following are some of the famous Roskard Toilet Preparations— ?Roskard Superfluous Hair Treatment (Vibra), 21b and 12s 6d. Removes . the hair by the roots. 21s Box contains sufficient to cure a bad case. - Roskf.rd Hair Dye, 5s, 7s 6d, 10s per Box. When ordering send sample ' : . of hair. Roskard Hair Tonic, 3s 6d. Stops falling hair aud produces growth. Roskard Dandruff Lotion, 2 6d. For dry hair and scalp. Roskard Brilliantine, Is 6d and 2s 6d. Makes the hair brighb and glossy. Roskard Lotion d'Or, 2s 6d. For tinting and brightening the hair...

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