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

DISTRICT AGENTS: Bunbury-Robbbt Forrest ; Bos^ton-P. C^Oabittheks ; Doxntbrook-O. H. Woodbhoo* BkiDGetown-H. LaL , ~ Head Office for W.A.: F^Sgigh^S %sT ^^^^ on*™, «** s^, THE FOUSE FOR FURNITURE WORTH HAVING. ZIMPEL'S, Hay Street, Perth. 'verandah BLINDS, IN CANVASS OR CANE. -LOUNGES AND DEGK CHAIRS. SEASON GOODS. ICE CHESTS. ALL SIZES IN STOCK. SPECIAL SIZES TO ORDER. AN.INQQIRY FROM ANY LEADING HOTEL WILL CONVINCE YOU OF THE QUALITY.' DESIGNS ON APPLICATION. SPECIALITIES. WINDOW CURTAINS, DRAPERIES. ALL THE LATEST SHADOWS AND POPLINS, IN ART COLOURS. DESIGNS BY EXPERT CUTTERS. ... ;.y BUY OP THE ACTUAL. MAKEK. Hay Street, Perth. For Town and Country Residences. Cheaper than Kerosene, Gas or Electric Light. ABbULU IbLi Jd fJOJu^J, JrCfJUJr. The Cheapest Plant for Stores, Hotels, HallSj Private Homes, etc , on the Market. Plants Installed from £18 lOs A Child could operate this plant. Passed by the Commonwealth Board of 1 ire Underwriters — No Extra Rating. For particulars to — 1 O...

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

v; '/ Have Cured nearly every kind of ''^ ||L iiVl Internal Disease in its early stages with th@ Wm pi aid oi 'LESLIE' SALT LICKS ? || .,4 Suck as scour in calves, cows and grass cattle, murrain, |||| Kv'nl loso of appetite, etc., and always use them with the food ||||| of every animal on the place, which I believe is tfeo l|||j \-*j cause of not having any sickness among them.' J|||i : i, - Such is the evidence of one who feeds hio cows on Pll ;jjg The New Tonic Food for ALL Animals. ;i p|| !'%|Q 'Leslie' Salt Licks entirely solve the problem of how to distribute j p£fj| llljjlj ! salt in a clean wholesome conditioru— without waste — oo that the . fcS?i|| ||11| whole herd will partake of it regularly as Nature demands— no : p|p ^i , more and no leso. Experience shows that the height at which \ WW animals will take salt varies considerably. 'Leslie' Salt Licka are ^'^ in the purest sterilised form - in marble-hard blocks with wire | hunger attached, end can be hung on fences, trees,...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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News and Views. Air Speeds. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

News and Views. Air Speeds. When the Gordon-Bennett airplane race took place in 1911 it was won by a plane doing 78 miles per hour. The other day Brack-Pape's Fiat biplane did 158£ miles in the hour, and since then De Romanet has achieved a speed of 190 miles near Paris. ' -? C- A Cars for Better Roads. Thousands of motor vehicles built by America for war purposes are being presented to the various State highway departments to be used in making and main taining U.S. roads. Australia could do with a few such aids for mending her ways. : . ' * * * . ? ' Stop Thief. ' ? , A new thief-proof device is an arrangement showing disc upon which is- painted in bold letters : 'Stolen if being moved.' When the owner leaves his car he just brings this notice into view, so that anyone seeing the notice on a moving car will know at once that it is being moved without its owner's consent. Foirdsons Busy. Fifty-six per cent, of all the tractors used on Ohio farms are Fordsons. During the past 12 mont...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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GIVING PRINTS A NEAT FINISH. Masked Pictures on Postcards. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

GIVING PRINTS A NEAT FINISH. Masked Pictures on Postcards. When a painter sets to work on a subject he chooses a canvas of the size and shape he desires, and he includes in his picture just so much as he wants and no more. There is no need for him, after the painting is finished, to cut off parts which he has been at the trouble to complete. The photographer is usually in a different position: it is easier for him to use a plate or film of standard proportions, and to trim down his picture sub sequently until it only includes just so much as he thinks fit. There are several reasons why trimming is so neces sary. We cannot always select a standpoint at just the right distance from the subject for it to occupy the proper part of the plate. In these circumstances the best thing to do is to take the photograph from such a distance as to make quite certain that what is required is in the picture, and then to decide the actual limits of the picture afterwards by cutting off what is not wa...

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

? ? = — : ? B ?JPhis implement, which we illustrate below is made of steel, ?' Witc. the exception of handles, which are constructed of wood. It is extended by the aid of a lever, enabling the operator to open it up to its fullest when cultivating between towb of vege tation, when they are wide; on the other hand, he can close up to suit narrower rows of cultivation. These machines are extensi vely used for moulding up work, for potatoes or other growthB. As scarafiers they are unequalled. The points are reversible, enabling the users to obtain double wear from same. Each machine is fitted with a gauge wheel to regulate the depth of . cultivation. Q^diard Plows (single and double fueeow). These plows are built entirely of spring steel, with steel bodies, and steel sole plates; they are fitted with adjustable draught clevises, which enables orchardists to throw their draught cle vises to either side of the plow enabling them to get up close to their work. The handles are also adjusta...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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THE WORLD'S LIVE STOCK. A Tremendous Decline. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

THE WORLD'S LIVE STOCK. A Tremendous Decline. In an interesting article upon the position of the live-stock Industry throughout' the world, Sir Joseph Carruthers says that although accurate official returns are not available in re spect to all European countries, suffi cient information has come to hand to enable an estimate to be made of the decrease of live-stock in Europe at the . beginning of 1919. The Canadian authorities have is sued an official bulletin, which shows the definite decline in the number of cattle in the countries named, as fol lows: — France ? 2,366,000 Italy ? ?? 996,000 Germany ? 2,200,000 Denmark ? 345,000 Sweden ? 599,000 This makes a total of over 6,500,000 head of cattle in five coun tries, of which two were neutrals. Strange to say (Sir Joseph adds) the percentage of loss is greater in the neutrals (20 to 25 per cent.) than in the belligerent countries (11 to 20 per cent.). This is accountable for by the fact that Denmark and Sweden were supplying meat or...

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THE WEED PROBLEM. Appalling Economic Waste. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

THE WEED PROBLEM. Appalling Economic Waste. The N.S.W. Government Botanist (Mr. J. H. Maiden), in an interesting paper. »| lately read before the agri- ' cmtur# section of the Royal Society in Sydney, referred to the economic aspect of the weed problem. After commenting upon the destruction wrought by weeds, Mr. Maiden said that man was always on the defensive aeainst weeds. Practicallv all his dos sessions were held by his capacity to - keep weed-pests in cheek. When he first drew attention to the invasion of New South Wales by the Noogoora burr he had quoted the late Mr. F. M. Bailey, Government Botanist of Queensland, who had said that £50' woald have stamped this pest out of his colony, but that in 1896 it would take untold wealth to do. At that time (Mr. Maiden said), he had written that £1000 judiciously spent would have entirely freed us from tho pest, but that, if allowed to spread uncheck ed, it would deteriorate our territory in a few years to the extent of a million of mo...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Football CLOSE OF THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

Football CLOSE 01? THE SEASON. One of the most successful suioke socials ever held iu Bunbury marked the close of the 1919 season. A large gathering, representative of all' the clubs in the Afatocialiou, mfol in- ilie Recuabite Hall on F:i-i-*y e veiling, wheu thf: trophies won dumtg tl»e year were presented to the win ners. Mr A. F. Spencer, pre&iJe.nc ot ihe Associa tion, was iu the ,ch«ir, aud so super vised things tliat, -from the ? toast of 'The King' until the singing of the National Anthem, there was nocadull moment. - Supporting the president were the Mayor, Mr B. E. Cocks (vice-president), and the captains and delegates of the football clubs. Ex cellent refreshments were provided, and received full justice. After the loyal toast, the Mayor (Mr W. L. Thomas) proposed the health of 'The Bunbury Football As sociation,' and eulogised the usefulness of clean sport in training men for the more serious things of life; He con sidered that the training of the football field ...

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

1 At last you canbuy'the ,Kest lino leum fit a reasonable price/ The' Narrogin Trading. Co have just land ed a special line, very pietty patterns Call in and ;inspect before buying; slse where. It will pay you. ' j

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Balingup. Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

Balingop, (From Our Correspondent.^ Coming Events. November 23rd — Shoot for Cowder oy Trophy, 1.30 p.m. ; Cricket Match, all day. November 29th — Welcome Home social and dance. Mr and Mrs Edmund Moore left for Sdney on Wednesday. They will be absent about three months. Mr Moore has made arrangements for the erection of a brick building for the West Australian Bank. The plans and specifications, which were prepared by Mr Steere, show a mod ern structure with tiled roof. . We regret to announce that Mr H Carlson is stiil in hospital suffering from the results of a burning accid ent. While attending to a leak of petrol in his new car he did not notice that his coat sleeve had beT come saturated wi.h the volatile spirit, and w! en Ik: siru. k; a match he immediately I iccame- enveloped in flame. The prumpt action of Messrs Merritt, Richardson and others pre vented what would undoubtedly have been a fatal accident. Mr M'erritt's right hand was badly burned while endeavouring to extingui...

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

Boaos Christmas Toy Fair offering infinite delight to the ? thousands of kiddies who will have the , opportunity of .visiting it, is now open. *. Unfortunately there are very many 'little ones' living too far.-_ distant to be iible to share xd the actual joy of coming to this great Annual Festival for the children. ' --?' . But our Catalogue of Christinas Toys will in some 'measure ^ overcome this., aud to the children far away -in_the Country it brings ,a wonderous store of Christmas happiness.' SE1STD FOR THIS CATALOGUE.- Posted free on application. BOANS LIMITED, Universal Providers, ; Wellington % Mtirray Streeis, PiRTd.

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

^^^^^^^^E^^^^^^^^^^P^^ ' jSWmJ&T^'^ » *«!**?'' Full particulars and free demona ^^^^iiiP&Hy) W-ia^^^W^ j£$**\^ tration (without any obligation to '~ ' '*^ss^sgj ps^*!!l^*^*Ba ^'M^ purchase) from the W.A. Agenta— , ROYAL Master Model, No. 1O. ? - ' ? DAVIO P¥¥K ^ 1^1^ Royal Bank ChambBPs, nrQTU —f^...*..,Jz VJi^ -w-%^\jf Tel. 112910 ' rtn+H. Vietofia Street, BtmWy. JOHN NUTTALL, Proprietor. First Class Accommodation for ', Visitors. Terms Moderate. ' LOUIS I. IANMUER, 5 CONSULTING CHEMIST, WILLIAM STREET, PERTH. A combination of high frequency electric current, and Ionic medica tion is recommended by the highest authorities for Neuritis, Sciatica, Lumbago, Shell Shock, Rheumat ism, and all Nervous Complaints. Many patients Have been-treated from the Sou th- West with ' com plete success, and I will be pleased to supply names for reference. Keep Coo1.— W Zimpel has been manufacturing Ice Chests for the last twenty years, consequently they have had so many improvements ...

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

It Somes Many Ways BUT, HOWEVER IT MAY COME, THE REMEDY REACH ES ALL. Kidney complaint may begin from sources, such as cold, injury by ac cident, or the result of other com plaints. .'. However. -it may come, Doan's' Pills always cure. .-/Let this be an ever present meriiory with you AH sufferers should be interested, in the following: Mr W Bennett, Stone Street, Sth Bunbury, says : 'About a year ago, a member of my family took a course of Doan's Pills for a bad attack of backache . and kidney trouble, that bad defied other medicine for a long time, and they made a complete cure The back ached terribly and it was impossible to stoop or move a_bout much without 'suffering' agony. The kidney secretions were disordered and rest at night was disturbed. On the advice of a friend we got Doan's Pills; and by the time one bottle was finished, a great improvement Was noticeable. Thus encouraged, we continued the use of ihe- Pills, with the result four bottles made 'a com plete' and lasting c...

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

s . up -i^^fe *s-Szm$&- ^ /Jiiil There is a splendid variety 1 JP^- JC^H^ ^f ^^^^m of the nevsrest £tyles in a11 : Hi *^% iIl^ ^^^^^^^3 ? *the fa™urite materiais- 1 (^ggjigjjv % . y0rj /]/)^i\ jiip^ They come to us- direct . \\ j fl s*-« ? \i(-***'^ ^wl-K\lP^ from tho Manufacturer and 1 VALUES CANNOT BE ' \ See them in one of our Stephen Street Windows. i Sir W Wq are prepared to supply orders in large and small quantities. We thank our many clients for past favours- and we feel confident that our promt attention to business should guarantee to us a renewal of your valued patronage PRICE AND- QUALITY will compare favourably with other pro ducers. Assist your local producers and keep the money in the District by buying ? Bunbury Ice and Bunbury Butter. Plili PHI If ptSiltji ? IjOo© Lifts Telephone IOO. KOOMBANA ELECTRIC ROLLER FLOUR MILL BUNBURY ON SALE by the undersigned — £ s d Local Roller Flour, per ton lots... u 10 o Roller Flour, half-ton lots ... 60 o Single bag Flour,...

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Lyric Theatre. PROGRAMME FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

Lyric Theatre. PROGRAMME FOR THE WEEK. To-day. — 'Fatal Ring' ; 'Rult Brittannia,' English, released by authority. Sunday. — 'Mirandy Smiles,' Vivian Martin. Monday. — 'Vive la France,' Dorothy Dalton : 'Pretty Sister,' Marguerite Clark. Tuesday. — Political Meeting, Sen ator Pearce. . Wednesday. — 'Houdini'; 'When a Girl Loves,' Mrs Charlie Chaplin. Friday. — Double Feature Program Saturday.— 'Fatal Ring'; 'Castles in the Air,' special, May Allison.

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

« When better Cars are built BUICK will build them.' Recently a motor trip was made by Mr. F. Qnilty, from Cloncurry, North Queensland to VVyndham, Northern Territory. The trip occupied less than 15 days, and no car troubles were- experienced. THE CAR, OF COURSE, was a 'BUICK.' . ' . . On Saturday last, Mr Fred Murray, of Hay, N.S.W., arrived in Perth -per motor;- the trip .having been carried out without the slightest trouble, not even' a tyre pump having lo be.used during the jour ney. Needless to Bay, THIS CAR WAS ALSO A 'BUICK.' - , ' / ' In New South Wales, the Automobile Clubs conduct a number of P-etrdl Consumption trials to deter mine which can* give the most service for the least f ueh c&nsnmption. '* BUICj&S,' won the last three test. ? ' ? .?''-???.? ....?'. ''?':';?'????/ Q. E. CLARKE, Local Agent = - ' Dalgety & Co., Ltd. |f ? :m^mj&r^ li : B Jewellery, Watches, Silver, Silver-Plate ; [ || , Leather and Art China. j f Hr Purchases may be ...

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

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

Doan's Ointment is sold by all chemists and storekeepers at 2/9 per pot, or will be posted on receipt of price by Foster-McClellan Co., 313 Murray Street, Perth. But, be sure you get DOAN'S.

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A Personal Note. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

A Personal Note. Mr S C Marriott, who has been editor and part proprietor of the 'Bunbury Herald' since the 1st Sep tember 1.9 1 7, regrets exceedingly that business of a private and urgent nature now compels him to take up his residence in Sydney. This, of course, necessitates his relinquishing bis financial interest in the South West's DODular sheet, but will not preclude him from following its fut ure fortunes with interest. In thus severing his connection with the 'Herald' he wishes to thank all those town and country readers whose sympathetic support enabled him to place the paper on the plane it now occupies. Without their assistance the task would have been much harder. He also wishes to place on record his appreciation of the loyal services rendered him by the staff at the Bunbury head office, and by the paper's numerous corres pondents in tbe country. Amongst the former he is especially thankful to Miss Irwin,who is now tempor arily in charge of the paper, Mr C. E Simmons, ...

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