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The Poultry Industry. Report by Government Expert—Mr. Allman'a Inquiries in Britain—Huge Demand for Poultry Yard Products—Breeding and Care in England [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

The Poultry Industry. Report by Government Expert—Mr. Allm&n'a Inquiries in Britain— Huge Demand for Poultry Yard Products Breeding and Care in England— Op- pertunitios for Australian Exports Marketing Methods. The Hon. Minister for Agriculture (the Hon. C. F. Baxter) has made available for publication a report on the Poultry Industry in the United Kingdom by Mr. George Allman, Poultry Expert of the Department. When Mr. Allman was on military service, arrangements were made » through the Agent-General for a portion t)f his leave while in the United Kingdom to be devoted to in vestigations into poultry matters generally. This report is the result, and it is anticipated that it will be found of considerable interest and value to those concerned in the poul try industry in this State: Mr. Allman's Report. 1. The news of the-commission hav ing entrusted me to report on the poultry industry in the United King dom, etc., and the possibilities for opening up an export trade from We...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

- One Minute from Beach and Baths, V ? Q%ATZ&r* R-p»isay» Bulk and \ y Daniel Crawford's Bulk Whisky y f 11s 6d per bottle. \ y , - S. C. AVERILL, Proprteto?, V

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

liiiri^iifEr ?;?!? CAPEL. ; PROPRIETOR - A. E. MOORE. A Delightful Country Holiday Resort. Easy motoring distance of Busselton and r the Caves. ? Best Liquors only Stocked, y

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

^ Stephen Street, Bud bury, ':#.' L. MARSH, - Proprietor. The ' PRINCE ' is the Most Thorough and Up-to-date Houss in the Metropolis of the SoUh- West. The Railway Hotel, Gre^es. Opposite Railway station. Under New Management. STANDARD BRANDS OF LIQUORS ONLY STOCKED. GEORGE SHOOTER, Proprietor. e, Hot^I N&nnup9 Nanriup. Farmers, Orchardists, Commercial Men, Motorists, all will find at the above Commodious Hostelry the comforts of a first-class hotel. Union and all other leading Beers— draught and botbled. Spirits, etc., as per label, Make one call— you will be pleased. Garage for motors. Mart. O'HALLORAN, Proprietor. If you've drawn an overdraft on the bank of health ' You'll right yourself with a draught of ' From All Best Brands of Penfolds Stocked. From g*| Splendid Family Port ^^1 ? *&*** Per Glass ^^B ?? . H. aloffansogi, Proprietor. IMHj JdU IMfirAiuQW« MRS. HEEPS, late of Cambridge Villa, has now taken over the Bungalow. This large and commodious villa is situ...

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

The Most Centeaiiy Situated ? Hotel in BanWy. ? L. G. ILL1NQWORTH. ' ' ? Proprietor. ; Wines Beers, and Spirits of the Finest Quality ?' ? Most Popular Billiard Room in ttie Town. Every Convenience and Comfort for Boarders at Reasonable Rates. **%* Visit Harvey Weir and Miles of Orange Groves. »!9&»ecia! Provision made for Week End Parties and Holiday Seekers. THE HARVEY HOTEL Comprises over 16 Bedrooms Spacious Dining Room, Parlors, Musie :,?jMid Billiard Rooms, Hot and Gold Baths, Motor Shed Stabling, and . ' , 'all the most up-to-date Conveniences. Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. - Telephone No. 34. .' .' ' A. R. Franklin. (Late of Hazell's Photo Plays) Proprietor. ? ? BRUNSWICK HOTEL. - Excellent Accommodation for Visitors. Motofiats especially catere:i for. Commercial Travellers please Note ! Under entirely New Management. \ - ? , Mrs. KELLY ?'' « Proprietress, ' . The ?OldSpot. Victoda Street, Bunhuty* The largest and most comfortable Lounge Bat in the Sout...

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THE BLACKBIRD A PEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

THE BLACKBIRD A PEST. The English blackbirds are achiev ing an evil fame in the East as de stroyers of fruit. There seems to be no doubt as to their frugivorous pro pensities, for the S.A. Advisory Board of Agriculture, being recently asked to have them placed on the totally protected list, decided to obtain the advice of Captain White and the Horticultural Instructor (Mr. Quinn) in regard to the matter. Mr. Quinn said that there was no doubt that the birds did useful work as destroyers of insects and snails, but fruitgrowers had a heavy contra account to off-set their work in that connection. His observations had led him to conclude that in the long dry fruit-ripening period the birds helped sparrows, starlings, and silvereyes to dispose of much soft fruit. He was not prepar ed to recommend that the birds should be wholly protected. Captain White was more emphatic in his views. He declared that the black bird, in its native habital a use ful bird because there its diet was mainly c...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

Large quantity of Fruit Cases. Apply— . BUNNING BRdS., iiunbury or Argyle. Uoliolstepjng, French Polishing, Expert Furniture Hacking, Mattresses re-made equal to New Apply Aft Cla J? JfififciJoLj VIOTOKI A STREET, BUN BURY Veterinary. W. G. SLOAN (Reg. W.A.V.B.) All kinds of operations performed with or without chloroform. Horses' Teeth a Specialty. Address : — Toronto House. Tel. 166 The Premier Suction Mart E. A. GRIFFITH (In succession to the late H. L. Griffith) THROSSILLL STREET, COLLIE. Bicfionttr, mm, Produce, farm, Station* Commission and Insurance /faent. Attorney for Absentee Property Owners. Auction Sales conducte i in any part of the State. AH Business Done on a Commission Basis with Prompt Cash Settlements. ON SALE.-Prime Wheaten Chaff at low est rates, Prime Seed Potatoe-, Artificial Manures, Good second-hand Chaff Bags Potalo Baes and Corn Sacks Furniture Sales Conducted. Highest Price Given for Kangaroo Skins Auction Sales held as usual each morning at 9 a.m sharp, o...

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

Railway Mas. The annual competitors in connec tion with the railway, centre of the St. John Ambulance Association took place in Perth on Wednesday, Nov. 1 2th. ? Ambulanca men from all parts of the State and al^ sections of the service were there to do battle for their respective districts. The single handed competitions took- place in the morning on the green at the Railway Institute, Wellington Street. The first was for the district championship and the winner proved to be Mr E E. Williams, Collie, with - Mr F. E. Boyd, Bunbury, seconds The Lord Trophy was won by Mr P. Wheelan, of Geraldton, with Mr A. D. Vince, of Collie, second. The Lieut. Govern or, Sir E. Stone, and the Chief Traffic Manager, Mr Lord, were interested spectators during the morning. Sir Edward stated it was a pleasant thing to : watch the work done by the contestants. He considered that the railway authorities should be proud to have such-a fino body of men, so well trained, ready for any emergency that may aris...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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The Motoring World. To and from Carnarvon Mr. MacLeod's Remarkable Exploit—Two Days off Previous Time Record—A Great Dodge Stunt [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

[?] 7te and from Carnarvon Mr. MacLeod's Remarkable Exploit— Two Days off Previous Time Record— A Great Dodge Stunt. Mr. Hugh MacLeod has been getting some good work out of his Dodge Bros.' touring car. On September 14 he left Perth at noon, and at 3.55 p.m. on Wednesday he handed in a telegram at Carnarvon advising the Winter bottom Motor Company of his arrival there, haying just knocked nearly a day off the best previous time. This was no mean performance, seeing that in involved travelling over 770 miles of rough road and cross-country travelling with many sandy stretches and river beds, where speed is entirely out of the question. Mr. Mac Leod only travelled during daylight. It is quite, evident, therefore, that he did some pretty fast travelling when the road permitted, and must have maintained a good even gait even when conditions were all against him. But it the northward journey afforded good testimony to his skill as a driver and the good behaviour of his car, what of the r...

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SOME CYCLING RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

W' ? i . - - . . . , . . . — --— .» SOME CYCLING RECORDS. ' ' An interesting article written by an Australian ap pears in a recent issue of the 'Motor Cycle and Bieyclt Illustrated,' of America. The history of the various attempts on the Australian 25 miles road reeord are given, and are worth repeating. Since 1902 some particularly brilli ant pedallers have attacked this 25 miles cvclinsr reeord. It was just about 1902 that 'Pluggev Bill' Martin, of Lowell. Mass., U.S.A. paced by n motor cycle, had established a 25-mile road record of 51 min. 10 sees., and there was another brilliant record in existence, an un A Charming Woodland Scene on the recently-completed Welshpool-road. paced one of 1 hr. 1 min., established by H. B. James in 1S93. Jame's time was absolutely phenomenal, for lie rode a machine' of 35 lbs., fitted with big steel rims- 28 x If ins., full roadster tyres, and 63 in. gear, with '6$ in. crank. Had it not been for having to slow up in heavy traffic he v:as confident...

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SOME POINTS IN OAT GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

SOME POINTS IN OAT CROWING. In the October issue of the Agricul tural Gazette of New South Wales, the departmental plant breeder, Mr. J. 'i Pridham, has an article on the grow ing of oats for which local farmers may gain some useful hints, after making due allowance for differeu climatic and other conditions. i.±r. Pridham says: — 'As with all crops, the first of the essential points in. the successful grow ing of oats in obviously the selection of a good sample of seed. -The grain chosen should be plump and well cleaned and threshed, so that it will run freely through the drill without clogging. The last mentioned pro cess is even more important than grading, for a dirty, half -threshed saiu pie causes patchy and uneven germina tion. Oats may be graded wit.p - blower or winnower to separate the light and empty kernels. The latter can be utilised for feeding stock and the heavy grains for seed, so as to en sure a uniform vigorous stand. When oats are grown for hay or green fodder in...

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Federal Elections. MR E. W. CORBOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

Federal Elections. MR E. W. 00RB0Y. On Saturday evening Mr E. W. Oorboy, the retiring member for the Swan Electorate, delivered an open air address to a large audience. ? The meeting was held at the corner of Victoria-'and Wellington Streets, Mr F. Withers presiding. The opening parts of the speech were devoted to the financial position of the Common wealth, and Mr Oorboy pointed out that ;he public debt, which amounted to £19,000,000 before the war- broke out, now amounted to £340,000,000. This was the Com-: monwealth Government's liability, but to this must be added the State's debts, and this would swell the total of indebtedness to £708,000,000. To meet the interest on this amount it wa3 necessary to raise £30,000,000 per annum, which meant that the tax on the ratepayers amounted to ten shillings per head per week. The payment of this enormous amouut of interest would not reduce the principal' by a single pound. To meet this crushing liability it was necessary to the interests o...

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BOMBSHELL FOR FRIESLANDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

BOMBSHELL FOR FRIESLANDERS. A bombshell has been dropped into the Friesland cattle camp in the United States by the publication of a letter in dairying papers from the president of the breed association, exposing the fraudelent practices of an official tes ter in carrying out tests. It appears that the official tester was detected in adding cream to the milk of a cow that he owned himself, by means of a rub ber bottle and tube concealed under the clothing. When the matter was investigated, the information was elicted that this man had been carry ing on these fraudulent practices for some years in connection with various herds, and had been encouraged by the bonuses given by owners for large tests, though in several cases owners were en tirely ignorant of the fraud. The dis covery will cause great confusion in the herd-books of the society, as the records of certain cows will have to be expunged. There will also be heavy losses to breeders, who hav» bought the offspring of these cows...

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

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SUNSET WHEAT. A Drought Resister. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

i — ' SUNSET WHEAT. A Drought Resister. The inspector of Agriculture for the north-western district of New South Wales (Mr. McDiarmid) re ports that the Sunset variety of wheat on Mr. J. T. Maunder's farm at Pallamallawa has proved beyond doubt its value as a good wheat for late sowing and on a . very limited rainfall. On the experimental plots and in another paddock this variety was sown on June 10 and 11 on land ploughed in January and cultivated in May. The rainfall for the grow ing period was 112 points. The rain fall in May previous to sowing was ?3iih. When inspected on October 6, Sunset was within a few days of being ready to strip, and would yield about two bags per acre. At present no other variety on the plots promis ed any grain worth harvesting. Mr. McDiarmid adds that Sunset is an extremely early variety, and must be sown late in the season. If sown early it will need to be fed off continually until the end of June. One year when sown in May at Pal lamallawa it was in h...

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MR T GORMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

MR T GORMAN. Mr Tom Gorman the selected Labor, candidate tor the Senate addressed a well attended meeting mt he Public Hall Manjimup on th evening of the nth hist. The chair was occupied by Mr Alex Shand. In opening his address Mr Gorman pointed out that it would be necessary tor him to refer to certain gentlemen who had occupied high offices in pre vious and. present administrations, but his remarks he hoped would be accepted as purely impersonal, but those who entered politics are open to public criticism. It was a very! easy matter to abuse ones opponents but the' public desired rather the elimination of this, and the adoption of a sound businesslike policy. Aus tralia was faced at the present time with many difficult and momentous problems. . One of the greatest was the cost of living, another the proper and fair treatment of our returned soldiers and, as aftecting both ques tions, the state of her finances. Thfi questions people were asking were ' How cau I live on my present i...

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

CASTOR OIL. During the past five years the de mand for castor oil has greatly in creased, and future requirements are likely to exceed those of to-day, for it is the only satisfactory lubricant yet discovered for airplane engines. It has had a number of other uses, in medicine, in the blending of marine oils, the manufacture of transparent soaps, the dyeing trade (as turkev-red oil), and the manufacture of varnish. The castor oil plant (Ricinus com nmnis, L.) was cultivated in ancient Egypt as an oil producer* It requires a warm climate, and in modern times has been chiefly grown in India, al though the West Indies, North America, and Algeria have produced a large annual crop. A few years ago Italy entered the field, and is now cultivating the plant on a fairly large scale. The seeds of the plant contain near ly 50 per cent, of castor oil, which is extracted by various processes, but the best results are obtained by press ing the ground seeds without heating, which gives an extracti...

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

tabloid Sports Captain Rogers, director of athlet ic training to the Education Depart ment, attended at the State School on Wednesday morning and gave a course of instrucijon in what is known as tabloid sports. Captain Rodgers explained that the idea was to vary the physical training of the boys and abolish the monotony, of continuous games and exercises. Several teams, each numering about four lads, would be selected and each team, would appoint its own captain. Points would be equally awarded for each event, but included in tbe list would be discipline, as it was desir ous to teach the boys to realise that prompt obedience to their leader was an important element in winning. He proposed to giye an exhibition, and from that the masters could formulate their own plans. Four teams were then selected and com peted relay, backward and forward racing, long and high jumps, and 3 jumps each backward and forward. 20 points were awarded in each event divided into 8, 6, 4, 2, and a similar n...

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

T X_ 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, £48 TON. GALVANISED BARBED WIRE, 14 GAUGE, 57/6 COIL. NEW ZEALAND FLAX. REAPER AND BINDER TWINE, 8d. lb. When purchasing a Stove, be sure that it is aWESTRAL, and you will get the BEST STOVE ON THE MARKET, 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. ^j ____-tr ? . ? 'V^__£fr ^^^^9t^m PBafa»jC|^—tiiwviw*ffT'''M*!'*'gmB'-li ^?^^^^^^~_Z___^i_iii_ii^i_r^ j^^^^ | j \ | J. AND MANUFACTURING CO., NEAR POWER HOUSE, EAST PERTH. Obtainable from— 6 The Narrogin Trading & Agency Co., Ltd., Bunbury. J. G. Baldock & Co., Bunbury. C. & H. Locke & Co., Bunbury. ft A *BBT*^ftfc ^_m_- s 9 __l___!^ © ' ^9 *|B _ A 'BB' at Work at Government Gar...

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Stewed Ox-tail. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

Stewed Ox-tail. Wipe two ox-tails with a damp cloth, cut into pieces. Put the pieces in a stewpan with sufficient cold water to cover add a dessertspoonful of salt, and bring slowly to the boil; then pour off the water, and drain the ox-tail. Melt about one ounce of dripping in the stew-pan and fry in it the ox-tail pieces for a few min utes; then sprinkle over two table spoonsful of flour, and continue to fry a little longer. Next add two small onions, peeled and stuck with a clove each, also a bayleaf. Stir in gradually about a pint of stock or water and a tablespoon of vinegar, season to taste with pepper and salt, and let it boil up, while stirring; then remove the scum, and let it simmer gently for about two hours on top of the stove, or else in the oven. Rice balls are easily made. Take a small cupful of rice, half-a-pint of milk, a little salt, vanilla essence to flavour.one ounce of sugar, halfa pint of custard sauce. Wash a small cupful of rice thoroughly, and place it in a...

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